21 Burst results for "Gema"

Explosions Hit Military Base in Equatorial Guinea, Many Feared Dead

NPR News Now

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Explosions Hit Military Base in Equatorial Guinea, Many Feared Dead

"Equatorial guinea has appealed for international help following a series of explosions at a military camp. Which killed fifteen people and injured. Hundreds the bbc's wilbur ross. Has more videos from. The scene showed injured people staggering through clouds of smoke to reach safety in a statement. Read out on national television. The president of equatorial guinea teodoro. Obiang gema said the explosion had been caused by the negligence of the team in charge of storing dynamite inside the military base that put an end to hours of speculation over what exactly had happened. It's not surprising that the health services were quickly overwhelmed. These were extremely powerful explosions. That flattened homes and tore the roofs off buildings. That abc's wilbur. Ross

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Chelsea Coaching Carousel Continues

ESPN FC

05:23 min | 3 months ago

Chelsea Coaching Carousel Continues

"Lampard site as chelsea the stevie nicks and don hutchinson here to discuss that decision. St let's start simply showy. Was it fair. i don't think he's fear. No the problem is that we're talking about a club that's not normal. We're talking about club that regardless of the name of the manager regardless of the cv yelich or experience or whatever it may be when you lose so many games You don't get a chance to to get back your way. You may have been before you lose games. You lose your job. That's kind of their immortal. And so frank just falls into the into the spot where others before him. Have you lose goodbye. don't they. Size it in the statement. They weren't saying any particular progress under lampard fair. I think that's fair. I do think though he should not have been more time. Try and get his way out about for me to goodful missile and such distances all full still in the last sixteen. The jump zeke's but there's a couple of performances at the end of last season stall will season not worried that three down against west brom come back to three three sat on in game. Gema chelsea will unbelievable for forty five minutes and fought in southampton that drew dot three three will hang towards the end of the game so this being being games where he got himself into goodful. There's one periods on november december. Where the at the most clean sheets in the league and there was sitting On december the fifth on never had them is titled favorites. I didn't get carried away. And nor did frank on each Will not ready for title challenge. Anatomy bottle molested performance. Really worried may done. thousand tuna. Lost lostock could easily have been five six. But i still think you know if you'll wrote abramovich annual no the board of directors at chelsea. You must understand that. Frank lampard chelsea is going to have a difficult time. It's just not gonna come into legend and tried to call plate while cloth Lots in in a pet quality ola and marino. It's going to be difficult for him so when you are in difficult times. I would've thought. I would shut him a little bit loyalty and more only little bit patients and if it didn't work out in a month salmon chelsea was still in his position then tell them to stop in time and just seems a little bit off. What was it. What was the last straw. Well not not the luton game because they wanted strange when you suck someone to win we even. If it's in the autumn of to hold up in the league for example. I think he's an accumulation of things like the boys of said. The results haven't been good enough. He's the manager of the abramovich era with the lowest point tally per game again which is just not good enough. It's not good enough the performances that they've put the way they played no identity and we at the end of january. Now no patterns of plano star. There's nothing you can see really in the game. They played too many defeats sunday in the last six weeks and i think he also pays the difficult relationship behind with marina. Grownups difficult relationship that he had some of the dressing room. Certainly the fight. That tim of hobbies have failed so far to establish themselves in. That team is also on him. He can argue that he wanted can ride. I didn't think the team was balanced. He needed a bit more time. Whatever excuses he can come up with. I think overall is just not good enough and and we've seen in the past sake managers who've won great things like marino konchalovsky and keeping some like sorry like to finish the season and finished with with with a trophy as well for he must have. It was the right time to change and to bring much to what you don. I'm not hearing of drought. Jody morris a texas I wouldn't i wouldn't bombard the Text because a frat will be hutton. And so so. We'll jody morris But front knows. I think he's he said dot stipends not nice disappointed in raleigh saw. I'm not just go back to the bigger picture dot unless i'm naive. When you see other gonna solve show on your say mccullough frontline pod come into the league expected to win the premier league. Expect to get close to wouldn't jump. His legs latte is so difficult and you say we'll all these. I mean. this guy was going to be cycling. They when they failed to qualify for the last sixteen of the jump zig and went out ridiculously early on bodily as well or not. it was under pressure. Walk two months ago. An authentic turn things around episodes slowly. All he's not sitting tilt the league's just think a little bit of patients unfortunately talked about chelsea and night on any monitor patients when they win the league a win the very biggest these japanese. They still pull the trigger. Do you think he's biggest. Mistake has been the when you go and spend so much money on attacking players and you come to the halfway stage of the season. Nobody knows what your front four is going to be. Then i think. I if i'm looking at that from their point of view swirl ho ho long do we give this guy t saw how we're going to go forward because right now you've probably got what seven or eight players vying for four squats and we have had every single combination and we still don't know come come saturday afternoon. Who's going to. Who's going to step forward and plan that front force. Or i would suggest that's been his biggest mistake.

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"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"For from other people. Yeah yeah yeah and really I analyzed and when people have difficulty receiving even if it's just a gratitude from someone else obviously the celek their lack of self loft we. That is not ready to accept this appreciation. But it's also been not giving you the opportunity to express your gratitude fully. I don't they realized that that you really want to say thank you You listening to me. Thank you or you open the door for me. Thank you really thankful. And express that relative. Because i it's an expression of my soul on my soul wants express it because he's good for me and so when people know they say you don't need to say thank you. There's no need for that. They don't see that you do it for you because if good for you it's not only for the is good for you to express the accusation that your soul is feeling about that moment in time and that gratitude that appreciation that you've expressed in is actually going to open more doors for more good things to come to you because you feedback feedback. Latitude under expressive. I'm so. I love people to be aware that expressing gratitude. When you hear thank you. The person is doing for themselves. Not only for you for you to for you to it the doing for themselves. So we we have to allow the other person to say thank you ask because they do it for himself so now and i i love I love the word in spanish. Gracia's it's very similar to grace right so You're in in my in my point of view you're you you realize in that moment that What another person did was graceful. Like with grace and that There is something outside of you that did something for you that in one way or another can be interpreted as The grace from from god from the creator because In my in my belief god manifesting himself through through people and Through their actions and their love and It's it's a beautiful way of connecting with that understanding the fact that You are interacting with other people. Who are manifesting the creator and We are appreciating that then. We are seeing grace that we have in in our life through them. That's such a beautiful way of putting each you compare. It was grace graph. The sec is just so similar Yeah i love that. Thank you for that. Yeah sure i think it's it's very beautiful to to see how How people like what word and do people use to express gratitude and I think in the before there were words. I think there was the feeling and people thought. Ok how can i express what i'm feeling right now. Like what word can i put. So that I can't express it properly and That's why i believe. In in the root of of these words there is. There is a lot of wisdom and there is a lot of Beauty and Yeah i think it's it's something that It's it's worth exploring. I always loved as people from different parts of the world. How you say thank you and Look into that more. Like what what they're actually saying With those words or with that word as i'm helping people move their businesses online by using my web expertise. I also want you to experience more abundance through gratitude especially in this troubling times and i have put all the i know in this step by step course to help you go from lack to abundance in seven weeks go to georgia and banta dot com slash abundance to find out more. That's dear jim. Benton dot com slash abundance. See you their best beautiful. I love it. I i like looking into into the origin of says while they do say and out about the worst And in spanish because we come from latino is is really to to see the see the analogy with letting winds usually for But like you said the feeling comes before uneven. If we didn't say the word just with feeling with this station that you get from the other person you you can feel the gratitude you can feel the appreciation and in the eyes of oven avowal if you focus on the heart energy so will. It's just an expression of the feeling that you would token while thompson drinking exactly exactly and it's beautiful letting in different cultures we we have that Have similar things like in talian. Its garage which is very similar to grace. So i don't think it's It's a coincidence. It's definitely something that had a common route. And.

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"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

07:37 min | 6 months ago

"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Really interesting story You studied in spain and in britain. Right wing yes. I was born in in spain. I think many people probably who who listens to this will will feel identified with what i'm about to say. I was one in spain. But i never really felt i. I was born in the right place. All i always felt out of place didn't really fit in anywhere on was twenty four. I decided to migrate to the uk for some reason. Always attracted me the idea leaping there and as soon as i got there it was just literally coming up to the plate putting my foot on the ground and smelling the air. I knew i had the right. Are i don't know why by just new. And i went back full for the month or so. Just visit state two years without coming back. I'm ben. i'm ben. I lived there for over two over twenty five years in the end so my cope relied my professional light develop. Have many of these met wonderful people supporting me. Along the way and must be alive also was developed came into contact with web beautiful people in wyoming and a fought over the magic things that will happen to me And i think will happen to me. We'll happens to many many people on the spiritual path that a hat do they life. I have my spiritual life with special friends must be Professional life my home life on either side and they were going different. White was really stressful at. I didn't want both of the clash. Sub-field amid embarrassed of the things that was doing on spiritual side on that. I fairly happens to many people. Swear and then one day you realize that you cannot continue ways really stressful and it's not offensive so match the to obviously when the hackers many things changed some people disappear from your life jobs go. You have to sell a few things because you don't resonate with them anymore and your life changes theme from them. He was the the moment where i really took starting to take responsibility for for for for where wanted to do and realizing that. Okay so busy services leading somewhere. And i'm going to find my life purpose now but that this is happening today was that was really interesting and happened. I was in the uk very happy. You're with neo return to spain. When mom was enough that she needed me. And so i came back. We had a few a couple of years from having a good time. And then obviously she was two year old and My big x project fi toco somehow life projects and the thing to have helped me really going within myself on no myself has been the the last two years of looking after my mom until she passed at As being intense difficult it's been stressful at times But now looking back is the most beautiful feeling thing of created in my whole life. And it's giving me a huge sense of peace and accomplishment began anything that i've ever done before the really grateful for that talking about what i promise. I'm really really grateful for the opportunity to be looking after my mom that many people have Bradford denise choosing that survive in because he was really hard at some point shows. Wanna make it. It's really really hard being careful someone that'd be the know hoti was so materially appreciation for anyone who's listening who cares superficial a professional always actually carrying anyone an israeli beautifying really that that's you spin is it's been beautiful So now i'm in a position. Buying going back to have to stop for a few months and coming back with renovated enthusiasm owned a more humble and grateful person than i even will for and also i also also Ask you this question. Because i'm curious if you've seen Some interesting things about gratitude. That were Either in the spanish culture or in the british culture that that you've seen like maybe differences or some things that you resonated with the religious question because living in the uk and you become very quickly that people say thank you all the time. I wasn't used to that old when. I'm staying in fact in spain when i moved in twenty five years ago now We went used to say. Thank you Culture in in spain and may allow people say. Thank you all the time. Sometimes it was just a habit. I realized that it was just some sort of prolife into to say thank you. Sometimes they have meaning but it didn't matter in may the different even even fates it didn't have a meaningful if people were saying without really thinking about what they were saying. It made a difference to me. I realized that it was lovely to be said. Thank you even if if anything Special i started doing when i Came to spain on holiday or to my family. I thought to say thank you. An- bene- realized that people in in spain factor embarrassed to be. When when the when the here thank you oh no. You'll need to be to be thankful you only to say thank you but i want to know what you need to get up in in coach Things have changed a lot because many people have gone to a uk since i bab Many people have probably experienced the same thing and we moved grateful now over the more verbally expressive of gratitude. We do say thank you more than before but there are still location occasions where people still feel embarrassed to hear to hear. Thank you like. There is no need to say thank you. I'm doing because. I want you to need to thank me. And that's still in the case. And i wonder if it's because they don't fail enough loaf of it for themselves to to take appreciation from someone else and i was thinking about the same thing. I was wondering why maybe they have a hard time to receive honorary.

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"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Catalyst for spiritual transformation and a human in service to love for more than twenty five years. She has been working in the corporate world for the big blue chip companies. It companies in the areas of customer service team leadership it training project management change management and coaching. She has been doing some amazing things. She just released Very interesting course that she will also talk about and then ray very happy to have her here with us. Welcome jemma ramirez to the gratitude. Podcast thank you so much it decem. It is a tree real honor to do bahir sharing with them. Authentic sends people. Thank you so much for inviting. Yeah my pleasure my pleasure so that is a little bit more about you. I've just touched on some things. But i know that you've done some amazing things throughout the years and You're working on something really interesting now as well thank you. My name is jim. I ran the color of consciousness. Where i do what people have been coming to me for. I hear the soul. I haven't defined peace having to return to flow and basically cleaning the blocks that keep people away from leaving a heart center unconscious peaceful life in all aspects of the nice and so inside a business personal life and After fallen the of authentic a marketing on sales techniques from cow which is a common mental that we have so i apply those to everything i do unto my consciously the sheep which is a key aspect of what i do in fact is the is the coat of my vision. I envision a world where everyone is a cautiously that and division came came to me as no mind when you have a vision is not your it comes to you just a vessel for it. I thought okay so everyone. Everyone is going to be a conscious sleep. I'm not gonna add in this lifetime assets okay Hopefully the people we come up to me and continue on another are many people working unconsciously the sheep as well but then the pandemic came down the coronavirus and all that and i so very clearly in march. Bcs don't see that they what was leading to that that the solution to the problem where we getting into was to raise our consciousness. He'll also find peace within and become consciously. This is happening. I'm as over the months of this year. Have seen more and more people waking up to the chew sows going winning wanting to hail wanted to know more and becoming leaders of the lies more responsible for for the instead of falling into victimhood is just the beginning of thing. We're gonna see most people becoming conscious leaders in indivi- near future unto me. That is no more about becoming hot scented leading your life from your heart at taking responsibility for your own. Happiness and thrilling wanting to leave alive in service to all this and to the planet wanting to do things that goodful oil for humanitarian for the climate about those the basics of consciousness sheep to me actually anticipated my question. I wanted to ask you what is conscious leadership. So yeah thank you. Why did they started with conscious leadership. It was the culmination of alive dedicated to personal development that led to spiritual awakening Eventually i realized that the only solution to create world which is exactly what we're trying to do right now as a community. The whole humanity is to is to become conscious is to become conscious and become leaders. Many people ask me. Oh but what you me leaders because the concept of lead is still very much associated to corporate world or to work and it's not like that we can be leaders in all aspects of our lives just leading our lives instead of following someone answer following idea of following the program meenan the indoctrination that we've had since we were born to take the bull by the horns say here in spain what i am and lead your life decide who you want to be on by deciding who you want to be you to changes within you. Changes in your life appear on. That's really taking responsibility for who you are. I'm back i'm bountifully. Leads to more set. Love consequently marlow for best and ultimately to the realization. That we all want an interconnected so he just a tool consciously that she to get into the colder we love and interconnected everything and on the one. that's beautiful. that's beautiful i think it's It's something very important in the that we we need to become aware and become aware of our role as as humans and how much we actually inference each other And that even if we see or we don't we are influencing other people and we have leadership roles and it's much better if we are conscious and we we make a conscious decision of how you want to influence others how we want To be the change that we want to see in the world am your but I also on to ask you On the personal side. I think have.

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"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"gema" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"I don't know if they realize that that you really want to say thank you to. You know you hear listening to me. Thank you or you open the door for me. Thank you to the effort. I'm really thankful. And i won't express that will attitude because i if an expression of my soul on my soul once per expressive attitude because good for me and so when people they say you don't need to say thank you. There's no need for that. They don't see that you do it for you because if good for you. It's not only for the other person is good for you to express that accusation that you're solely feeling at that moment in time and that gratitude that appreciation that you failing and you expressed in is actually going to open.

"gema" Discussed on Masters Decoded

Masters Decoded

08:31 min | 8 months ago

"gema" Discussed on Masters Decoded

"Had a separate isolation units for children undergoing treatment as having. Everything was sorted. We just went through different phases as in you know that are. S Katie level there was a reputation nine. There was action could happened, and then at this point right now, your kind of ready as we knew what what has to be taken or has done. It was faces actually. And it's impressive what you guys are doing I think. Kobe Kobe I I have been to Santo personally the Chamber One. and I've had the pleasure of meeting the kids and looking around the center is just. non-event. But let's remind us a bit and I believe this journey where you had your for center started in two thousand fourteen. I central Gema, but it is not Bernie Fourteen read this actually started it started much earlier between the two of you. And, I, would, how have you met? And how this thought about? Doing what you're doing before in the winter came up before even access live came up you're doing certain things together. So let's rewind back. How did you need? How, do you know each other and then? y'All started doing certain things we'll. Talk a little bit about that going back to the history. The part about how we met and. And Keep Ganic. Springboard. To, I was I was using the edition. I used to work with the if your air conditioner remains in then British to yacht. In that way. You know I was I was with divisive group in I was handling the mine my sister guns facing. You was handling the reliance speaking on caboose handling the celebrity aspect of that. In And it so happened that you know the company was also sort of. I'm too much horses so Embarrassing artnews shifted within the also kind of shifted into one office school. Of Board the system since we're looking out from the same through mice. and. I used to see all the time you used to read this. In that was that was kind of diskette, district awards will. And I would make sense guy he's got an. Engine and I'm. Thinking vitamins would probably he knows a lot about and I. Nine into by his lawyer can you help me with that and that's that's how we started speaking to each other. Indian Why not why not you know you just you just violent and I can him to isn't it? And I and I believe the whole Ding banking I kind of research and the nine by A. Cannon Seventy Tonight All access cities that comes through the you know everything. In the ready did not give. Let's let's go for a photo shoot any calls me you're going for this book for. Up. I in the money and we catch up, we go there. The whole trip. Was All about food and request an editing Levy never even shot. and. Then he does we and then I ask him, what am I supposed to do with it? He is water the settings and everything and he knows me it's very simple you just. Automatic more than you just keep looking. Disappointing shoot. I bought the beginning us into this. I realized that you know this this is this is going to be fun we I mean the the big sisters happen more often after that I didn't complain about it but we had fun and that that's how we can. Nice So then. What got your started to go to hospitals. And I I know a little bit about the two of you way all specifically focused on. Cancer focused hospitals. And helping around those individuals who are in the hospitals, not the caregivers at the doctors but more about the patients who were there. So what got you y'all to the hospital? So you could tell you how we happened was because of one of grants was claiming they happen to have any event celebrity event and they had invited couple of these people. A people are stuck with cancel to come and see a movie in the Metroplex and I think that was the first time I. Don't in fact, game closer to any NGO and That event happened me being looking for that brand and we being in charge of. My focus was to ensure that you know when news happens and media comes and everything it has to be all about my brand new. When they use up your. When I saw the news I was. I was happy because my behind was like everywhere but. The, quickey made me think. Is the name of that in June which came. and. So by the time benign hide underneath went with them is set. Up, come lasted even here, where is the pitchers I would wear widened your incomes. And then they were like in Albany never comes but you know it's just that we feel happy that patients are invited. They have some birthday we have just happy. And you know that started me thinking. Maybe if I can be, I cannot go with five Jake's but if I had been getting the Was it's important to. Have could be marketing there could be an remembered. This Angeles they need accused name coming so that people want to support, they can come read the name. Edison's. So I. think that's how it all started. spy became only considered to this NGO. So for any. Activities on Iran's I just go down. and. That's when you know what not are common interest of photographing. While because we decided we can again you know same thing. Good. We will with checks but we said, okay, begin who photograph. And maybe without those pictures and had women that domes. and. Indicting advocates increased into the hospitals in okay and there was lot of these places many an argument allowed to. So then we would just going you know being by offered if there is some book distribution happening food distribution happening anything of that sort. I think that stepping into hospital gave us. You know like A. Big Boom sort of thing that kids get affected by cancer really know that much. Okay. Even being in inner being. Around all those things we even this knife to those things people to live that a review of the spokane you're doing all those things only to get cancer. But this was a shortcut. and. Seen those gates meeting them understanding seen. Other caregivers. I. Don I think that's when the action began, which goes with it and we wanted to do more. We said is just doing. This is not enough. What is it that we can do more to support them because? We had seen shortage of. Beds we had seen certain things shorted of humorous times. and No doctors in team would work so hard. So we enough you can get something and support them with all those things maybe it could have. A when we discussed with them. I think. These kids getting. You Know Boorda. Mode. Mendel finished treatment at go back on the street. and. The cats can infection. If you want to do something you want to work towards that. That's very need your. So if you can. Come up with something for that. It'd be really nice. So I think that's what it. Does rent. And I remember..

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Atlanta - GEMA/HS, DPH Distribute Largest PPE Shipment To Date

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta - GEMA/HS, DPH Distribute Largest PPE Shipment To Date

"Home the Georges largest shipment of personal protective equipment is distributed this week across the state governor campuses Jima homeland security and the state public health department teamed up to dole out the one hundred fifty pallets worth the PP the shipment included face shield gloves and surgical masks spread out across more than six hundred orders to healthcare facilities and test sites

Examples of Gamification in the Workplace

The Future of X

08:48 min | 1 year ago

Examples of Gamification in the Workplace

"Gamification. Does today and tomorrow represents I think a very expensive kind of new possibility particularly for engaging folks around collaboration but also around things are quite frankly are not that much fun right. They're not as engaging this is. Dr James Aims Canton the CEO and chairman of the Institute for Global Features. A think tank based in San Francisco or do think the world of game of -cation in terms of work can represent a new area area to Kinda invigorate people for deeper collaboration. But again you gotta think about this as convergent technology so think about gamification when you combine that with virtual reality and you have avatars that you're interacting with in worlds that can be customized and personalized. Now that's the future pitcher of gamification convergent technologies one result is what canton calls a blended reality. One in which the objects in our physical reality interact with the virtual sure realities that a layered on top of them kind of like that pokemon go craze swept the world pokemon go has been out for just six days that it's become a national national addiction but is not limited to actual games like poker Mongo another example of blended reality being employed in the workplace is digital twins Digital twin is a digital simulation of an actual engine or manufacturing process and the way you experience this and interact with it is through virtual reality. Such technology could go beyond gaming altogether could be used to allow doctors to actually operate on patients remotely. You're talking about a whole new again. Category of work. Where are you into a virtual reality and actually conduct? Things will have an impact in the physical real world. Twenty five percent of our allies will be living in virtual reality and we'll be working in them and that will be a a work requirement for certain jobs gamification virtual worlds will be important in terms of engagement training and learning in the future of work. But he's not locations might be limited when it comes to work and tools. We use it work. I think there are elements of gamification. That make a lot of sense and there are others. It probably are not as relevant. Jeanne Ferrell is a chief product officer at smart sheet which builds software tools collaboration and project management the dangers. Or some of the some of the watch outs when you start to think about gamification particularly when it comes to bring them to work is losing the seriousness and the kind of the purpose of of why folks are are at work to begin with right. Federal says one risk about Gema undefined. Work is that people will get so caught up in the game or the contest that they basically lose focus on what they were actually trying to deliver for the business you need to think of gamification nation in the context of how does it promote the outcome. I want not become the outcome. There's also the possibility that gamification will rub some employees up the wrong way. There's a line where the game elements start to become either a complete turn off or at a minimum a nuisance. If you're in a real hurry to go get something done and and you open your business tool and it asks you to complete some task in order to get to the next level or unlock emoji. you know at least me personally. I'M GONNA be Kinda ticked off because I need to get to whatever work it is. I need to get done. And and so I think I think there's a real risk of of surfacing gamification elements at the wrong time or in a way that's inappropriate that they can be a turnoff and how receptive someone is to gain. If there were could well depend on their own background around including their age millennials and Gen Z. are much more Receptive to achievement based and more interactive active types of gamification in their work APPs whereas I think the baby boomers or Gen acts are going to be probably a little bit more hesitant to say work as a place. It's very serious and we need to be you know. We need to stay focused on the job at hand. I think the trick is figuring out. How do you enable experiences to be customized meiser tailored to me those preferences in such a way that you can have multiple generations working in the same platform also tactical reason for all this gaming? You may have guessed it. You're one of the things. Obviously related to give is artificial intelligence and machine learning and how business users and actually consumers in general will start ought to think about actually leveraging technologies as people start to understand the utility they will be more willing and open to leveraging artificial artificial intelligence and machine learning to help them do their work and federal says. The biggest change ahead is not in holding joystick but in using our voice. Maybe it's five years. Maybe it's ten years but I can certainly envision a day when your interactions at work are mostly talking to your computer and and think of it almost like a lightweight lightweight digital assistant that is omnipresent. If you will right you're not opening your calendar up to check your calendar you're asking maybe it's Alexa you you know. Hey what what. What's my next meeting Alexa? Where am I supposed to be? Hey where where we add on the that proposal. That is due next week. I think as we start to get that knowledge login. We start to get that permission from our users to understand what they're trying to do. We'll be able to take that next step to say well. Let me tell you about some best practices. That may help you help you do that even better but even if we can use game affiliation to improve motivation for a range of employees jobs this still concerned that technology like this might isolate us even further Kisha Howard. We all sort of have this understanding that to work well together. We need to have some some some personal Contact so when people work remotely or when everything is just digital. You Miss a lot of context you you miss a lot of of the human experience that comes with Communication how it says the gaming and virtual worlds else however might be able to help us preserve some of this human experience even as we work at a distance from our colleagues people can see expression in body language in in Vr. And you're using more of your senses and you're not dislike typing words on a screen with an Emoji but you're you're actually using some sort of a representation of an individual that has a little bit more you know communicative language whether it's body language where there's tone whether it's you know posture We use all of that to determine How a person feels about different things and to determine if a person is comfortable with different things and while gaming can cause a certain type of isolation she says it also creates a different type of communication pation a more sophisticated one? I've noticed when I see people playing a game like destiny for example and they have to a group group of individuals have to solve a elaborate puzzles and use a lot of different strategy. And they do this all online and they might not even have to know each. There's names or know how the other person looks where they live or any of these things but they're in this digital virtual world and and they're all placing a lot of importance on collaboration working together solving problems in a way that I don't see often in even even real life scenarios when we are face to face as today's gaming generation into the labor market they really are helping to reinvent it. Companies and their staff alike like are already tackling disengagement with gamification all around us and in the future we may spend as much as a quarter of our lives in these virtual worlds completing eighteen tasks under the surface. Not worrying if we fail and learning useful team skills along the way that is if we don't look up cheat code online in in the next episode of the future of X. we're going to further explore the types of teams. In collaboration that will define the future of a workforce force currently housing five different generations. And if you can harnesses you've got this cognitive diversity that you can really deploy we'll companies companies live from head hunting to team hunting. And what will this mean. Current corporate hierarchies and workflows.

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"gema" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Cost you're stupid, rules and your St. down watchers country anymore. We gonna do can kill me. But I m Tarin antenna that dragon is like my son sort of. So I'm like, I'm gonna have an awesome time up here in the north. It's can be super awesome. God, you cry face doesn't do well in win. And you know, with us that cold, but I guess he's used to the cold guys Jon snow. Hey, it's no. Leave it to John's no to go north of the wall, one last time before the show, banishes. Okay. One more trip north of the wall Yip. So that brings us to the end of Gema throw that it's like end. That's it. There's, there's nothing left to say. I actually really enjoyed the episode. Even though it sound like many times, this recap was like, oh, shut up. I actually really enjoyed I actually enjoyed the fan service that they did. And I didn't mind that there were happy endings, I liked it. I was it was such a great show. Out of all these epoch shows that we've gotten from TV over the past couple of decades, you know, some of them really fall on their face heart. Just I'm looking ost for being such a great show. And I don't think this was a lost kind of ending, where people are going to be that mad or at least hopefully in the future, they won't be at least I wasn't because I watched every show, that's like that. And I love I've really loved this towards the end. I was little like me, but I feel like it was pretty pretty solid ending. But overall, I just fucking love this show loved it. I loved it loved it sad to leave it. There was there was actually a really great article in the New York Times this week written by Wesley Morris, who's one of their one of their critics. And he basically he kind of went through the same experience that I did. And he wrote about how he hadn't watched game of thrones. And knowing all his friends by not watching it, and then he finally likes doubt and then watched the whole thing became current. And you know he loved it enjoyed it cetera. But what he said, which which really resonated with me was that ultimately as much as he loved it. He felt like it wasn't his because, like I people who've been diehards have been watching it for eight years, and they've had like years to claims to really feel these characters. So, like when the show is not in season. It's like you're you think about it off the off season and years of talking about who your favorites are in years of talking about your favorite episodes, and commiserating about things, and it's like a very different experience. And like just watching it all at once, and while I love the show and, you know, I definitely felt passionate enough about it to want to do this podcast with you. Like I will never know, unfortunately, really would've liked to have been watching the show for eight years and been so invested in all. All these characters for over a prolonged amount of time. And. No, I know. That's gonna say, I feel really bad. I was laughing at people shutting bro tears, but the truth is. You know, I feel really bad for everyone who like it's a major part of their lives, and has been for nearly a decade. And it's sad to some damn thing vision. That's for sure. I'm gonna miss you game of thrones HBO ended up by showing all their Nisha that are coming up and being like don't cancel because. Yes. Thank god. We're gonna wake up tomorrow, with, like nineteen million cancellations. I know. Well, it's funny because I stuck around because I was like, well, I wanna see the inside the episode, and they didn't get did not give it to us. But apparently there's gonna be a documentary next week documentary. So, but I also I just wanna thank everyone who has tuned into listen to our podcast here. This is the first time we've really tackled scripted fair. And, you know, we sort of like burst onto the game of thrones seen really's almost last minute.

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"gema" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"So I was reading the Atlantic. And they had a piece about the hottest chat app for teens. Apparently, it's Google docs. Really? Yeah. We use docs, all the time chatting in Google docs. So so first of all this piece by Taylor. Lauren's and tiller Lawrence wrote about how this is the new way that kids in high school specifically or sliding into each other's DM's. They interviewed a bunch of teenagers. They said we really don't pass physical notes anymore because they usually have to use their computers in class for projects. So they're so smart these sneaky little teenagers. They'll it says though, clone of teachers shared, Google, doc and then chat in the comments with each other. And it appears like they're working on notes further project. And then if the teacher coaches, they hit resolve and everything disappears. Oh my God. That's genius. Right. When this is incredible. Does make me sad that the art of like, the handwritten note is gone. Now, those paper airplanes are so passe. Right. But it like so. And then there this is so jeans 'cause sometimes all right? Don't tell any of our podcast guests this, but we work out of a Google, doc. And sometimes if we have to say notes to each other, we will type into the Google, doc. We do that the part where we know the other person's looking and it's a way for us to pass notes to each other. While we have another person in the room when we don't want that personally, see our notes, whether it's just like, okay, let's move on let skip this question, or you know, whenever never say brood things like Z. But if we wanted to we could right. We do like a version of this. We do we slide into each other's DM's slide into each other's Google docs, and then they get even sneakier. So the way we used to use aim when we were younger they for their like when they're doing their homework at home. They'll have groups of kids will collaborate on a document and their parents think they're just working on a school project. And this kind of like when I first saw that they were using Google docs. It was like, oh, this is just to me showing that aim needs make a comeback like everything old is new again. But no this ads like other layer of like camouflage. It's so genius. Yep. I love this so much, and parents can't really like they can't really sneak around into this yet, and you can't link ban your kid from using Google docs that they need it for homework. So it's kind of full proof. It's mazing. I mean, I definitely have a bad poker face. I think is even when you and I pass digital notes Google docs. I'm always like, oh my God can guest. Hell I'm reading about them. It's like my mom would probably catch on. Yeah. Your mom would for sure. Catch on. But also your best with your mom. So I feel like you aren't the kind of person that kept much from her yet. It's true. I mean, I definitely there was no greater high than flirting with boys on aim. Yeah. That was fun. We all did it and in Google docs. You don't get to have melodramatic away messages. So that's the one downside. But now, otherwise, I do like this. This is cool. I love it. Yeah. What are you reading 'bout size reading men's health? This is an article by Edward Cooper. And he wrote addicted to dating apps, you'll never find a love suggest new research by Gema fine. Dating apps is killing your chance of finding a better half..

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"gema" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Is that sustainable from from horford's perspective on Yoenis what is your honesty to do? Well, his individual defense is sustainable. Yes. I think the issue is that there aren't any other creators here. I think the Brad Stevens defense you knew where going to devise a way to keep Janas from dominating them will somebody else do it without brogden. There is Middleton the type of number two guy that can really take you to the next level. I don't think he is Janas might need some more help down the road. So do I think that this is a full-time thing for the rest of the series? No, I think these guys can get hot. I think somebody else can create some I think Janas can do more on his own. But it's it's crazy. Jalen brown. Jason tatum. They turned into different players in the playoffs and Gordon Hayward giving you good postseason. It's hugh. It's almost like an you cover this team earlier this postseason on the sidelines Israel, but it's almost like a face time. You had say two and a half weeks ago when you questioned whether the Celtics would ever be able to change their stripes in. Turn it onto the postseason. They're five. We don't forget things here. Plaski last word on the bucks and Celtics. I don't see this change defense. Doesn't change Janas win two for ten. When guarded by Horford Aron. Baynes. They're not going anywhere. You're honest doesn't have the kind of outside game to counteract that much help. The Celtics play great team defense. I'm not betting against Brad Stevens in this. I heard I know you've heard Paul say it's over and you got jealous just a minute. Just a minute. Oh, I should have had that spur. She. Flash game. All right. There's your war, and we're going to get to the rest of the NBA in buy or sell you guys want my game review right now. Ready Gema throws review? All right, everybody starts running start drugs, right? All right. Khoury? I was over one Drake with wearing a nineteen jersey. The Hornets presented or lipids to killer shot worth taking part.

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"gema" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"Or I'm Louis Gema on Twitter on Lincoln. So I'm available. Here. Hope you enjoyed that interview. Hey, I wanna make sure you're checking out B two B revenue dot com. That is where you can get a free copy of an e-p-o-c-h that I did is a real e-book. It's not. A fluff book it shows and talks about how companies make buying decisions, and how you can influence that from both the marketing and sales standpoint, how to find all the people that are in the decision path and what they need to see no, touch and feel before they make a product selection. If your team needs some coaching some help some training some systems and processes that do work today because we know what doesn't work or you know, it doesn't work. I'm I'll show you what does work and how to connect and get into pretty much any account. It includes steel coaching and content community, and I can customize it for your particular company. Just go to be to be revenue dot com. Look under training scheduled call with me, we can talk it over or just sign up you can pay per month or all at once whichever makes most sense for your budget. Also, I put out videos pretty much daily on a in and on YouTube on linked in its Brian g burns and on YouTube. It's Brian burns sales. Just search for that if you like to consume some video content, and if you see me on linked in please put a comment and share and a like on some of the videos. I really appreciate it. I've got a company page for each podcast this one the B two B revenue leadership podcast where I put both content and humor videos out daily and tell a friend about the podcast, really. Appreciate your listening. Check out the show notes for all the partners and connections. You can make their the coupon codes for the products evaluate them. See if they're right match for you. And we'll see you next time.

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"gema" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

Arrive Early, Leave Late

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

"He's the one of the moment in the question is whether or not there will be others who would look in go. You know, what he was right? Less contained to do this. So when. Gentrification happens. We're not left out. But we're a part of it. I would see him at Laker games. Every now and then usually rocket a Laker jersey. And before I even knew what he looked like I heard his music, but I didn't know what he looked like, you know, when people on the floor before a game everybody standing around. You'll see certain players were the Lakers are visiting a member of the team will go up to somebody. You know, whether it comes up, he gets up everybody, you'll certain people just have that I'm asking who's hustle. He was always I run that corner. Kinda Denzel kind of sits. And he was one of the guys where he was sitting. But the players go to him the connection with NBA world seem very unique. Definitely did. And it wasn't just the NBA a couple of days before he was shot and killed. He was at the elite eight on the sexes tech game. Yeah. The Sweet Sixteen. Yeah. Basketball, culture, and the larger culture are married. I play basketball my whole life. I know whenever I'm doing reporting in a new area. I go the barber shop I go to sofa restaurant not try to the courts. That's what you. Find out what the hell's going on even to this day. One of the reasons why still my knees are shot shot. But I risked it all. All man game the game hook you in a second man Gema, pull your pants. Nineteen. Also is an opportunity for me to just listen, listen to the young people listen to the other old men and talking about what's going on in the neighborhood. Yeah. We spend some time BS an talking smack about the Lakers, etc. Cetera. But it's also real talk happening as well. So I love being in those community pockets, and that's the reason why basketball is has been such an important part of black cultures..

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"gema" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Eating For Free

"A horse that Porsche de Rossy fell off of is only good person in this entire story. No. That was actually very serious Pol wasn't trust. Yeah. Summiteers? I mean, that's really all about it. I just think that. Ellen Degeneres singlehandedly forgiving him on behalf of the LGBTQ community since we don't even know your name. We don't agree with you the who like him the gays you're not right on with the LGBT. Not. We actually asked you to get out of the Uber a longtime ago leg, this is not Uber pool. You don't get to just jump in. When you want to enjoy out when it's not that appealing like SIS, we forget sometimes that these people that came up in the media in the fucking nineties are lack like Ellen his fully sixty like we forget that as much as as much as a blockhead her takes our she's fully sixty like, I don't expect better from her. But at the same time to with the amount of money, she's paid it just feels like the consequences are so dire. Well, it's like I get what she has done in the past. In the nineties past regarding the community. But in the full twenty nineteen I don't need you to advocate for somebody. That people are not advocating for into actually pretty much make up or stretch the truth as far as you possibly can to support your argument that is literally pandering to the audiences that are like actually ruining a bunch of America right now thinking we can bridge. These are not this Ellen Degeneres and Roop hall are both LGBTQ people that came up in the nineties new fully have not known how to adapt their politics two twenty nine. They're like we've got this cash amber gonna continue this beheading as I'm thinking things. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. And also, the Ellen Gema games. I just tried. Look, I saw some parts of it. I can't look NBC programming. That's not like a very specific very few specific shows. But looks like it's just one like to beauty ad and like something for like, you know, Honda or something like, I I'm not I also don't also can't take really that much credit from somebody who's TV show was just a giant advertisement. Like, the Ellen show is an these game. Gameshows pretty much anything on these titles. So anyone with such lack of vision at that is their preferred font when using their ham. What kind of iris sent? No, no, she can us at all. No chanice. Let them those grabs because we've really together we do really don't want to be in here much. I'm going to end with two, and then you can take it away from me if you had an kogo so one I think this is very interesting. A blind woman is suing beyond dot com for alleging the singers website is in violation of the eighty as so if you don't know what the is it's the American with Disabilities Act, and she is claiming that beyond says website is inaccessible for people with visual impairments. So basically, the Aideed a has stipulations that websites that sell things are extensions of people's businesses. And as you know, businesses are required to accommodate people with disabilities in a lot of ways, and there are programs out out there that allow the visually impaired people with. With the inability to like us mouses type or any of that any kind of impairment that prohibits you from using the internet lake I guess able bodied people. Yeah. Like their text has to be able to read by computer to be read aloud. It prevents websites from being inaccessible to people who are not able bodied. So the lawsuit basically says that the one and only form of entertainment that truly presents an even playing field between the visually impaired. And the cited is the joy of music. Unfortunately, this is where the connection between the artists and fan, and at least where the fan is blind or visually impaired. So they're basically saying that beyond dot com provides the public a wide array of goods services price specials and other programs offered by Parkwood yet beyond say dot com. Contains thousands of access barriers that make it difficult..

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"gema" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Download This Show

"Out an app called alva- lose small, let capital that avai nice spices anyway, the smartest grain time and parental control. Now, what is interesting about this is that these trading screen time four choice, do your homework, aiding vegetables. Polat set the dinner table be kind. They sort of options I have available. I'm sure you can tailor them to your family's we'd quirks, but I want to talk about his idea of essentially Gema filings, cream time itself. And is this an altogether smart way of managing it now? Full disclosure, you don't have children, but Maddie's a child. Essentially. I'm how it makes in the middle and screen time is. It's I'm wondering how you feel about this as as a person that has kept me random all the time. Do you think that trading screen time for choise is a necessarily healthy way of building relationship? We've technology look, I don't hide the idea, especially when we're living in a world now with this so much panic over things like full at night, which you've told about before, I feel like it's not a bad thing, whether this app is the solution on, I don't think it's a bad thing to be discussing ways to more healthily look at screen time because obviously it's heated stay. Just taking them away is always going to work. So I really don't hate the idea of turning it into this honor almost prison like monotone fiction. But you trade chose for digital prison, like probably push. How much time you spend. No, I don't mind it. I do wonder whether all of the chores is or if you can put your in there. I think that would be important. Let you know, doesn't have to be be kind Kennett b. You get twenty minutes of screen time for making a mummy Montigny. I don't know what you laugh is, but if you can't program that into it, what is the point Ryan? So I don't hate it, especially record mummies. Gin and tonic. Fair enough. But especially again back to the iphone, you're talking about screen time and in the new ones, there is all Surrey that Biltine ability to watch the screen time of your children, which I find. I'm sure it's very necessary, but still vaguely creepy. I've seen people using going, oh, my daughter didn't pick up her phone at all at school today. He's my rule. If I spend five or six years cleaning up your poop, I have access to everything. I like the sheer and I like the energy. Good, Matt. How do you feel about an app that allows you to fill lack of a better word game that you also want you control at the same time goes thinking about it and I kind of side taking thing any other day, there was kids right. Great idea because like seven north parents being version, he's fascinating because most parents are, I reckon would love this. And I'm like, I wanna control like screen time, but I don't know. I want to tried like I'm quite happy to to have it be a thing that we establish this amounts of time for it, but I don't wanna turn it into tried to like how eat is instilling that notion of like, hey, it's really cool to play with technology and everything like that. Fully gird, man, I can batch for that convenience. What I do enjoy is that it it kind of it's trying to instill values of, like, yeah, you can have time to play for where the hell you wanted to. But you also have responsibilities and you have to complete those first before you can have time to yourself, which child doesn't necessarily understand. Arguably I would maybe a parent can establish just by telling them to do this, they'll do it, but perhaps the would be good if some parents are having more of a problem with children, they're a little bit more problematic in some sorta way. All won't be doing their chores. Maybe this is a way to further instill that in them. I don't know. I'm not a parent. I love watching you dance. Making them to chew. I'm your some parents probably have no problem telling the kids. You can't use the ipad until you've done these shows. Maybe some other kids more problematic..

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"gema" Discussed on Z100

Z100

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Z100

"Delicate, Taylor swift at fourteen and Meghan Trainor deepen a wedding planning mode. Here's one about how she resolves arguments. Were there beyond say lets you be right A, forty extra? Love me doll. Maybe. Been coffee. Hate me. Stupid foolish the way within. Massan? You know that? Gets me. You'll be thank you. Me. Just me say, thanks me. Hey. Stupid foolish. The way we've been behaving. John. You'll be right. Field. Excuse me. The next. Thank you. Me love me. Don't forget me. Me. Building the next. You'll be right. The next. Not forty number thirteen. Love you. Donna gema. Anyway. Olga..

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"gema" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"So this is their attempt at basically getting people to to monitor things themselves instead of having to hire people to do it, you'll be able to, you know, rate things and as well as to how newsworthy they are as to how fake news e they are and the more on you are they hire your rating will go and the word trustworthy, you'll be apparently they're making you do their job for them. Exactly. Yes. All that is. Now I can't. I. It's actually smart. I've built systems in the past. The kind of did the same sort of thing. Like, you know, any kind of like image uploading system. I would love people to to flag things if it hit a certain amount of flags than I could go in and look at it, it's kind of theoretically sort of what they're doing, but it just feels we're well because when you did that, that was to make the service a little bit better, but it wasn't tied to a reputation score. It wasn't Gema fide is basically what I'm trying to say. You didn't game fight their game, filing it with your reputation, which I think is definitely not a good thing. Now, it's funny. I saw a Boing Boing link on this in just wanted to read a little clip from the article because they were just talking about what is it about idea, probably yes. And this is from Corey, Dr. Oh, I wrote a dystopia novel in two thousand called down and out in the magic kingdom in parentheses, which many people have mistaken for a suggestion rather than a warning. That that alone, right there pretty much sums it up because yes, the he's calling this new trustworthy nece system, the reputation score, whatever weaponized Woolsey which I thought was. Fantastic. Nice. Yeah, that was a good book for for his first attempt. I thought I thought he did a good job, but that's all this is now. Yeah, they've weaponized everything. Yeah. I mean, this is exactly what we were talking about insecurity a couple of weeks back about the China's rolling out their citizens scores. There's not much of a difference to this except it's not government backed at least at the moment. Well, yeah, kind of an Facebook. Like we said before is bigger than many governments as true. Facebook also had one of their apps pulled from the apple store this week. Okay, wait, it wasn't. It wasn't technically pulled. Apple demanded that Facebook quote, unquote, voluntarily removed the app. There's a lot of that going on these..

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"gema" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"gema" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Maybe Gema Reminding me No To the Still Me So Gave That's up four remind me to forget number. Twenty.

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"gema" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"gema" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Dominant the rough you got a couple of prospects for yeah yeah we currently we've got six look into saying little couple not get too big foot i keep it relatively boutique and really hone in on representative players and making short don't have to worry about anything other than the ball in the hole better than everyone else what's the biggest thing you learned during your time having that agency i just believe the mental ability of some of these guys are emigrates to me i don't i would never have the you know the stable like like never have like mentally game at these guys have to be twenty one and be able to take gema gulf up to stretch when you're young and i just find it on if i not what sportsmen and jenner at sports people in general and how i just found the reason i wanted to set up the base in the first place because i found a lot of players here players complaining about their flights not being books not knowing where they are going to be playing on thursday on tuesday and things like that and it was like very regimented don't have they shouldn't have to worry about anything but you know hitting up involves they kinda and that's the way i was looking at it so hopefully it goes well and we have some good players european tour cards and it's it's just very exciting that the woman so i understand that you plan your tower in a way so that you could make sure you were available this week for.

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"gema" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"gema" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We are steering adds a very high stakes gema of nfl qb musical chairs in this off season so the newly gear starts march fourteen we know we've already had some movement among cube ease that we had more news on thursday so we've been asking you to write gum sports fans are also obsessed with ranking things and so we are asking you to rank the best qb option out there this off season whether it be by trade or whether it be by free agency and side note we did leave drew brees off the list obviously he would be the numberone option we believe that he and the saints will come to an agreement but if that doesn't happen well hello nfl and so you can find us on twitter a law radio you'll see the tweet that i put up with her show from our show account in which we've given you the top seven options we believe they are the top seven options you can do right in if you want to but rank them give us number one through seven again a law radio our show account after hour cbs then you could also weighed on facebook and you'll see pictures there of course because that's how we get you to our facebook page in our phone number eight five five two one two four two two seven that's eight five five two two four two two seven i am in a very chip mood because not only is it friday morning not only did i get to go running outside wisdom spring de temps and fresh air on thursday but i didn't collapse because i feel the best i have in ten days my voice sounds almost completely back to normal since that makes the weekend even more palatable even more thrilling and so thanks for joining us on this friday morning we will get to the latest from young chang team usa with a really difficult friday except for the us men's hockey team otherwise it was a disappointing day for team usa but we're going to start.

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