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"georgie" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

03:57 min | Last month

"georgie" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

"Surprise me not until we've got a productivity commission inquiry that's just been finalized he in stride and at Commission's interim report estimated that this one hundred, eighty, billion dollars lost productivity to mental illness take each year in this country Australia, and that's such a wasted contribution at such a waste live in such a waste of talent and you know we need much more investment in genuine prevention. What's the worst misogyny you've had to deal with in your career? This relates to not necessarily as. But it relates to an ongoing theme around my leadership style and especially in dealing with tricky situations that I felt could be resolved much more effectively by listening by empathy in by compromise. And that cross swords with more characteristically male CEOS of leadership I crashed through tight by prisoners stay down and for that I have been crude wake and that was extremely agendas the absolutely, and I'm sure many women listening would know exactly what you're talking about in their own workplaces to if you could change one thing to make women's lives fit I've nod if you had all the power, what would you change just going back to that significant unpaid work that women do as caregivers and cares the immeasurable economic and social contribution to society to economy to healthcare aged care At and women give up correze they changed our ambition. It stymies their relation, their advancement than learning patty. So I would really focus on policies incentives that do better right nosing not. The Wolf says, some people got a place Abbas to poetry I to my friends, Georgie says. Junior and I ask kindred spirits on this machine guys to have friends. So ten long to family entered cheeks. WHO's a very good list the I'm not making any progress on the Jigsaw. Thank you very much, Georgie Spain. Delightful conversation. Thanks.

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"georgie" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

05:17 min | Last month

"georgie" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

"Possible mental health, and to do that, we need to work with the community to help them to achieve that we started off really focusing on awareness-raising back in twenty years ago who end but really focusing on stigma reduction as well, and now we've evolved into behavior change. So how do we actually influence all the parts of where people live their lives to help them to be mentally healthiest possible and we're open the first place that people guys. So I talk about us being the big blue into. Amoroso evolved into lots of service provision. Well, we we provide everything from early intervention support right three to supporting people after the attention suicide. So it's a big job but very rewarding job best Yoma the head, what is the pandemic main for the work of beyond blue? nope. The pandemic is coming off the back hove devastating season bushfires here right. So we thought that that was all big event. In Twenty twenty a week we've been running ever since the beginning of the to support the community to recover from that. So it's been a pretty extraordinary time and I think there's a couple of things that have already struck me. There's not one person who hasn't been touched in some way in terms of they will being the result of the pandemic and the emotional impact as well as the financial. Job Stress and everything else. Some people are doing much tougher than others but we've also seen record numbers paid pool come to us for the first time and they've come onto a sort of sites in our platforms in that gone. Wow. So here I am you know I never thought I'd be here but here I an and one of the really positive things I think we've seen come out of that he's a greater sense of empathy and understanding what people experience who do live with pool mental health unhurriedly hoping that's of the good things that comes out of they send that that sensitive empathy and understanding stakes. So seen record demand like sixty, six percent increase in. April compared to the same time last year that's falling away a little bit as the rest of the country opens up a bit odd. It's still experiencing record demand. We've had to adapt really quickly to ensure business continuity on I. Guess we've really come down to why we're here what is the singular purpose now singular purpose has to Be To support the whole community to to recover, and we know that we need to be in this for the long haul of social and economic off to show will be profound, and that will have a profound long-term effect on people's mental health and wellbeing. We seeing increasing isolation, exhaustion, family, stress, financial job stress, and a greater QC in distress while increasing suicidality, which is really really big concern. We set up in a matter of a week occur in of our mental wellbeing support service thanks to federal funding, and that's really taking a twenty four. Seven digit to I approach is going to dedicate phone line at Scott Web chat with professional counselors reformed a number of new partnerships, which is fantastic but it's it's really about taking up pop culture population prevention approach..

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"georgie" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

02:12 min | Last month

"georgie" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard

Democrats Sue Georgia Election Officials Over Long Lines During Primary Election, As People In Metro Atlanta Waited Hours To Vote

Herman Cain

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats Sue Georgia Election Officials Over Long Lines During Primary Election, As People In Metro Atlanta Waited Hours To Vote

"Georgia Georgia being being sued sued over over those those long long lines. lines. Some Some people people in in metro metro Atlanta Atlanta waited waited hours hours to to cast cast a ballot in the primary and the federal lawsuit ask the courts to step in to avoid a repeat in the general election, it says. Georgia voters say some of the longest lines in the country to voters in Fulton County and another in Kabul, bringing the legal action along with Georgia Democrats, They're calling for more polling places. Better trained poll workers and Urgency. Paper ballots. Georgie Elections officials have already announced plans to add voting locations and poll workers, but the lawsuit claims the problems cannot be fixed. Unless a court it's involved. Bill Koto

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"georgie" Discussed on TRAINED

TRAINED

07:35 min | 2 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on TRAINED

"And vomiting around her menstrual cycle and actually doing some mindfulness with her was a game changer. It sounds simple. It sounds basic, but it's not. It really can be very powerful. There's loads of data behind supporting not. Yeah. So some of the research that you've done in your career is around iron deficiency. I know for a lot of women they hear this idea that Oh, you know women are iron deficient. Can you talk about what some of the biggest? Miss around that or things you hear from people that just need they need to think differently about yeah. Great question one I'm extremely passionate about say fasting is big big myth is that every woman out there is eye division and everyone out there needs to supplement with iron no definitely not a mission supplement with iron. If you have been told by a medical professional supplement with iron if your blood tests suggest that if you've had blood blood test as suggests that you are deficient in iron I passed the knee was hold supplement with iron my choice. And my my former cage and I very nearly had to have a blood transfusion because my favorite image is a key Markelle. One of the Chemo because of Einstein was three, the reef say that should not be followed unless you're medically do that being said is a very good idea to optimize intake of iron which food. So you read me opposes your beings, your spinach. Green leafy vegetables et CETERA. There is really good thing to get them in on a regular basis. Now, again, I I, think there is a genetic predisposition to certain people be more susceptible to end efficiency, but just because someone in your family might have I presume but also asked the question particularly if you're heavy leader, then your likelihood of being deficient is that much greater. And that's a lot of our research is very much leakier that at the mechanism around what causes I'm deficiency whether actually unofficially causes heavy bleeding or have you. I deficiency that's a whole different conversation. The other thing is, if you all told to take iron tablets, then is not always a question of like having as many as you can. Because, there's really nice research out there highlighting the actually if you take on every single day that she is ability to absorb, that may not be quite as good as taking them every other day. So it might be more of a case of more with iron supplementation or microdosing are spreading the Dozo Yoka yet but. I would say am ensuring that you're taking the ionised far away from training as possible is really important because we know that as we've talked about as we chain, there's an increase in inflammation and actually is toxic. So taking too much I is not a good thing, but the body is very clever at self-regulating. Ion Ion absorption into the bloodstream, and if you have just excised as an English inflammation, which through a complicated mechanism effectively shuts down the body's ability to absorb this N. so if you take on in the immediate aftermath from training the they'll be limited absorption sword suggest taking. Away, from trainee as possible and. Mainly if you can take care of mortar to low intensity after moderate to low intensity training session by the won't be so much inflammation would definitely be advisable. So one of the things I wanted to talk to you about because you mentioned it earlier in the interview and I loved what you said riding looking back at trying to go back and fix. Things, that we've met maybe missed like looking to the future of like what is possible and for love to hear what do you feel like is the most exciting frontiers in women physiology that you're looking forward to kids Christian and say right now I think we're at this point where of the crane viruses ongoing bit rare a time where we can really am I think push this area for would say, yes, we could look at things very negative right now negativity right now across women's boot and women's recess generally like say many research Charles of had to be stopped but actually can we know use this time to say now is the time now is The time to really factor in women across the board from a research perspective, different performance perspective in kind of reshaping the landscape now I think you know there's a lot of talk around individualized medicine and as positive my roller Orca in as part of our female athlete program, I really liked to individualize my work with our elite athletes. So we're going to one to one basis to understand each individual psycho the thing I guess really that's exciting. Me Is the appreciation that we need to do things on this individual level and we need to step on and think we'll hang on a minute what about performance what about training? What about nutrition bit from optimizing perspective? I think that's really exciting. The more we can do to come up with smarter ways to measure homemade's more regularly to work out west someone isn't them as was like, oh, the better the more people globally during research around female health, but then needs to be more, but it also needs to be little at more positively like I want to hear more newspapers saying, oh ex-athlete's didn't perform well because she was on our period. That's ridiculous. Be Training Women as women not just training women as men with periods. For example, women's football women's soccer like that shouldn't be compared to men's. Soccer is a different game and then he's been appreciation for that as like as she loves appreciate female physiology here and the more we can do to really understand female physiology the better am I mobile ordering this really excites me. You know what I'm so excited about just add onto that I'm answering the question that I ask you basically is as I think we have yet to. The potential of the world records that we've seen of the potential of human performance great female human performance yet because of the lack of research to help highlight the strengths that come with being a woman and and physiologically the differences that can make them perform at a high level that we have yet to see. One hundred degree and you've just discussed my seconds light of my. Days. Because actually that is about I. Really believe that we're making women are getting faster women are jumping higher and throwing further but I I believe they can get them much better if we the chains Masa. George thank you so much for the time. Personally I've got so much out of this and I really appreciate it. I think this was one of the most practical information-rich episodes we've ever done Georgia's breakdown of each phase of the menstrual cycle was so thorough that I think anyone who men's straits or trained someone who does may want to listen to this a few times and take notes. Personally one of the things that I found fascinating was the way that the menstrual cycle can act as a guide for how you structure your training routine telling you when to decrease or increase intensity focused on recovery or adjuster diet knowing that you'll want to watch out for inflammation in phase one or up your protein and face three. These are incredible opportunities train and recover more efficiently and just feel better after your workout. On the next episode, I'll be talking with wnba star Jewell Loyd also known as the Gold Mamba about the intensive mental training she received from her friend and mentor Kobe Bryant, and now she's passing that knowledge on to the next generation. This has been trained talk to you soon..

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"georgie" Discussed on TRAINED

TRAINED

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on TRAINED

"Today I'll be talking with a scientist WHO's breaking new ground in our understanding of women's physiology in sport entering. The measure psycho is actually she assigned how? Normal natural process home as a fluctuating in a cyclical manner, and actually having regular menstrual cycle suggests that you body is in a good state of health we. Sign and it suggests that your buddy kit adapt and get the most out of what it's doing. In Work work-life beaten exercise performance like is really important. Mark that women are locked have and I think reframing it in that regard firstly is important. That was Dr George Grenville, a senior research scientist at orico creators of the fifth woman APP talking about how important it is to look at the menstrual cycle positively even to look at it as a guide and not just during menstruation Georgia's research shows that learning about the entire hormonal cycle can help you time you're training and recovery to increase results and decrease symptoms. This kind of research has. been a longtime coming. It seems like for the last hundred years studying performance has been studying men's performance Georgie and scientists like her are changing that, and they're having an impact far beyond the lab today will be getting into the state of the science. We'll discuss how you can hone your training for each specific phase of your cycle, and we'll even debunk a few minutes while we're at it. Hey, Georgie our thank you very much having me. To be I'm really excited to have you on the show and I've been really looking forward to this conversation. I just want to start with a little background on you your career, and then your research on the menstrual cycle and performance. Yeah. So I think as a pastor and I've always been interested in the way the body works I. Remember I must have like fourteen getting this book on the human body and I was like this. So interesting I wanted to learn like everything. I. Want to memorize the whole book say was brain. If it meets to union study at physiology my an undergraduate degree in physical science and I enjoyed it so much and I felt like I'd come out of lectures. So inspired and put pressure on myself just one of those like good. And I think I needs to take a step back and say I didn't want keep. Straight going into academia. So I just wanted to come out for a bit and I stumbled across this job at U. Candidate paying managing the testing program, and that gave me a really good mix of working with athletes on the education side but it was planning the testing on the signing the science and I, go to the London Games and oh my gosh, that was the most incredible event. I very to a load of different people who I would look up to you. In science well, and I just had how did you get a joke and they said it's going to. So I did a PhD. Very much guessing on female physiology and Menstrual Cycle, I n deficiency accenture, and that's really how this in my life began and ever since then I haven't really looked back but you also got to this point as a runner right I mean you you ran at a very high level. So I mean part of you being an athlete is also what created even more passion for what you're researching today correct hundred percent say a game way back to when I was young I started. Off I guess doing all sports but I did a lot of swimming and I'd be swimming with the boys and there was a time I kids keep with them and same when I was running against him I keep up with him then suddenly they go so much better but I was like well I getting better obviously I understand that now but the gender divide in like physiological elements just wasn't a thing or was never explained to me and that really frustrated me. And then I guess I time to sire. Many things have come together to really feel this fire of passion around really understanding what a woman needs to support their training and I'm also very keen on doing exercise myself and take my own athletic career a relatively seriously. So for me, it was always like I want this on everything to make me the best version of myself. But then over time that has massively changed it like what about everyone can we understand this better to help so many different people. So what motivated you to look into menstrual cycles for athletes and in relation to performance was there one Aha moment for you. I think my real penny drop moment was. The first, if my PhD involved interviewing a load of women at the London Morrison pre-event Exhibition, why you and collect your number Two Thousand and seventy four women think three days out from the Morrison and I interviewed one by one. It was a great thing to do and you. Just run my first marathon as well like a few days before. So that was Malaysia very tired by the end of. for anyway I I think it quickly became obvious to me that there was so many questions that they will all skiing. Like and they had no idea like, Oh, I'm GONNA be menstruating on Sunday on the day that London math can I ask you run? I am premenstrual just before the marathon. What should I do? How can I help myself? I get such bad sentence. Can I just say laser painkillers and they were just there was this question after question after question and I felt like maybe. Continue a questionnaire around women's health gave them that motivation and almost like a sense of passage to Sundanese say I can ask this question and it was like the this had never been asked before and then I quickly realized that while in my head everyone understands this because I went to union I studied to. Three, Miami kind of training myself. I understood. I quickly realized that most women outlet do. This year s holding them back but say, they just suffer in silence and I think. That's no. Okay. So I want to take a step back and I just WanNa talk through the foundations of your research. Can you give us a brief overview of the menstrual cycle what happens physiologically throughout each phase and then how those phases relate to training? Stepping back, the menstrual psycho is that she of house is a normal natural process homes a fluctuating in a cyclical manner and Ashti having irregular mass psycho suggests that your body is in a good state of health. We called a vital sign is a really important mark that women are lucky to have people talk about the menstrual cycle ingesting about bleeding they think about periods and they think, oh, that's really gross but Ashley home as a continually changing as continue variation fluctuation as we call in Homa ins, the brings about this menstruation, but that's always like a by product. Of the whole process on any one day of the menstrual cycle, the two primary verion homemade's estrogen and progesterone a constantly changing. So it's a very complex process as to how they released effectively, they're released from the ovaries and the amount that is released varies based on Someone is in them as recycle and these homemade travel in your blood say a traveled to your brain to eat your fingers to your heart your lungs. So they can affect the way you move the way you think the way you feel the way your buddy like adopts some response parts of. Oric, we've labeled the mess recycle stages into phases. Say We have a phase one which is like when individuals she menstruating a face to you, which is the second half of the. Philly phase, which is the first half of the was like Oh a phase three, which is the possibility. Oh, phase early tested of mid, and then the face four is the premenstrual phase. Now, we use that as a a new kind of terminology that doesn't have that Oh you're on your period. Oh, you're in phase one yards. It's really smart to bring it down in those terms and it's just a lot more specific. I.

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"georgie" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"We as we told you, What the the you know the winning choices there. No fans in the stands would have the biggest impact on a successful bills season. Um and Georgie answers that that's number one. And I mean, I get a kick out of fans in the stands being the top choice. Sorry, we don't have nearly that much impact of reality. Georgie not not believing that I don't think it. I don't think it has to be that. That they think they're going to affect the outcomes of games. And that's what will make it a successful season. They'll help the bills win enough games. But I do think a successful season means successful for the fans who are voting means they get to take part and they get to be there and they get to watch it. S so I think that's part of what the success. They're looking at four. Maybe I maybe stepping out on a limb here, but I think that's where they most people say, Listen, it's not going to be a success if I can't be in my seat. Right on, you know who cares and watching on TV like everybody who's not a fan s O. I think that's one of the aspect of that. You might miss it if you follow me, Brownie. No, I know what you're saying, Um I think I tend to agree with the point you made earlier, which was across the board. Every team's in the same boat. There's no fans in the stands, so there's no home field advantage. There's no road. Feel disadvantage so To me. I You know as much as I think the players appreciate having the fans behind him for home games. I don't know that it's gonna have a dramatic impact on the success or failure of a season. Lots coming up chase. Good bread of NFL dotcoms. Come on. He's a college football columnist. We've also got NFL true. False. We've got what's for lunch coming up. Lots going on, plus more on the Twitter poll. If you want, you could get us. Give us a call of a two or three or 5 50 will get you on.

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How Does Uranus Work?

BrainStuff

06:32 min | 5 months ago

How Does Uranus Work?

"Scientists have coined an appropriate term for the large chilly bodies like Uranus ice giants. Neptune falls into the same category. But you're in. This is quite an odd duck compared to its neighboring planet. For starters you're a spins on an extreme tilt resulting in some truly wild seasons around the polls even the ice giants name is a bit peculiar and not just because it makes school kids chuckle. Okay let's not kid ourselves. You're never too old to enjoy good year in joke. Headline Writers certainly don't thinks so if article titles like NASA wants to probe urinate in search of gas and Uranus. Smells like farts are any indication. These jokes if you're not getting them hinge on the spelling of Uranus you are an US allowing for an english-speaking mispronunciation as your anus meaning rectum that where classy puns. Aside you're in his represents a break with nomenclature old tradition mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn and Neptune all took their names from Roman gods or deities however uranus uniquely was named after a Greek God in the religion of Ancient Greece. You're an was revered as the primordial God of the sky he had a son named Cronos and a perhaps more famous grandson notice Zeus. Those two figures were later conflated with two Roman Deities Saturn and Jupiter though the planet Uranus was discovered by Stromer William Herschel March thirteenth of seventeen eighty one. He didn't give it the name we use today. A loyal Britain Herschel wanted to call this far away. World Georgie 'EM CD's or Georgia Star. In honor of King George the third but by nature. That name was politically charged to avoid. Alienating non-british Stargazers German astronomer Johann Alert Buddha suggested calling the planet uranus in seventeen eighty three eventually his alternative Monica one out but back to that axial tilt a planets rotate around an axis. Which is the imaginary line connecting their northern and southern polls and they simultaneously orbit on an imaginary plane around the Sun now Earth has an axial tilt of twenty three point five degrees. This means there's a twenty three point five degree angle between Earth's axis and its plane of orbit around the Sun without the tilt our home world wouldn't have seasons or possibly life. Uranus is skewed to but to a much greater extent in relation to its orbital plane. The ice giants access has been tilted at a chopping ninety seven point seven degree angle next to Saturn and Neptune. Urine looks like it's lying on its side so what we are orientation. A computer simulation published two thousand eighteen suggests your was hit by a huge Proto Planet. Around four billion years ago then again there may have been multiple impacts or a long gone circum. Planetary Disk could have played a role however it happened. The tilt subjects both polls too long dark winters long. Bright Summer's on Uranus was orbit around the Sun or one year lasts for roughly eighty four earth years. Each poll is aimed almost directly at the Sun for about twenty one St Earth years during its summer season. Meanwhile the other pole faces the opposite direction. Enduring Alliance Dark Winter. Despite the extreme tilt urine is warmer at the equator than it is either poll. Nobody knows why. And this isn't the planets only mystery. Jupiter Saturn and Neptune already radiate more than twice as much heat as they received from the Sun. Yet you're innocence. Heat output is significantly lower. This disparity has long baffled planetary scientists as we already mentioned. You're innocent. Neptune are both ice giants planets of this sort have rocky cores covered by mantles rich. An icy half frozen slush of ammonia methane and water next up there's the atmosphere whose outer level is full of hydrogen helium and even more methane researchers found that urinalysis atmospheric clouds contain hydrogen sulfide. A compound responsible for the rotten egg stench. We all know in hate so yes. You're in literally stinks to the densest part of its atmospheric sees brutal temperatures of negative two hundred forty three to negative three hundred seventy degrees Fahrenheit. That's negative one fifty three to negative to eighteen degrees Celsius. That's hardly a welcoming environment for any future astronauts but at least the color scheme would be familiar. Earth isn't the only blue planet in the solar system. Methane absorbs red light giving Uranus and Neptune deep blue complexions of the two worlds. You're in a slightly greener since nineteen seventy seven. We've known that Ernest has a ring system around its equator to date. Astronomers have counted thirteen rings encircling the planet the structures are relatively dim and lack the fine particles observed and other rings systems like Saturn's each one is composed of debris chunks that are golf ball sized at minimum for some reason smaller material gets exiled and space between these rings in also has twenty seven known moons twenty five of which renamed after Shakespeare characters like affiliate Juliet. There's Dimona puck and Miranda who's namesake appears in the tempest geologically complex. Miranda contains the single policy cliff known to humankind dubbed Verona repays. It has an estimated height of twelve point four miles. That's twenty kilometers. Meaning that if you happened to be walking along its peak and you happened to fall off. You would plummet for twelve minutes straight before hitting the ground. Others satellites of note include sicker acts and Caliban while most of your Ennis's moons spin in the same direction as the planet does these to revolve the other way. Scientists think they were once independent objects that the ice giants gravity in snared by the way how ban is another tempest character and sicker. Iraq's was said to be his mother from it's weird rings. It's puzzling climate. You're Ennis's found plenty of ways surprises. Only time will tell what further mysteries the planet holds until then although it's very dim your is visible to the naked eye on some dark clear nights if you have sharp vision if not so much. It's easily visible with noculars or a telescope.

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"georgie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Are joining us now is time Georgie from Georgie brothers and as I've said on the show many times the corona viruses affecting everybody in business Georgie brothers has been with me for a long time I couldn't do the shows without the fabulous people at Georgie brothers and whether it's robin Tom Steve Elise they've been there through thick and thin with me and I appreciate them coming on today and they're representing Georgie brothers is Tom Georgie top what's going on in Georgia brothers well it your Q. brothers for taking an abundance of caution and with the exception of Sundays we're going to be available to consultant to help make this time not have to be totally unproductive you know use this time to evaluate your furnishings call us email us even facetime us in certain process you know that maybe even put off for awhile not everybody is as fortunate as you are Marty who had the foresight to get distressed list here but if you're gonna sit for hours and hours watching TV or working from home I would hope you would want to do that and comfort and that's something that the people of the area can't control and we can definitely help with your two brothers right now those shipments are still coming in people are still ordering online and you're working with people that still business as usual that is I mean the process is rolling we might not be able to be face to face right now but that doesn't mean you can't repair project ahead or make plans on that new self you know the virtual world digital world is giving us a lot of tools to be able to communicate literally in real time with people Preciado thank you for the support G. I. O. R. G. I. Georgie brothers but it is wonderful to have you on my love to the whole family and stay safe and we'll catch up with you as we go through this process thanks Martin you're too and we love the act keeping us entertained like this is crucial you're doing this.

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"georgie" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast

Martha Runs the World Podcast

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast

"Accurately measured distances. Immediate race results quality shirt designs blame and a low key friendly atmosphere. Come Join US OUR BIBS say have fun out there on them and we guarantee that you will. What are you waiting for? Sign up and if that's not enough. Coastal trail runs is offering a five percent discount. Martha runs the world listeners. Use The code. Rt W five on the link at Martha runs the World Dot com today. Hi there welcome to episode sixty eight. I have a great guest today. Well all my guests are great. This one is especially great. Okay George fear is an athlete. She's a nutrition coach She's author. She's podcast her. She has a really great podcast called breaking up with binge eating. So we're GonNa talk about something that a lot of people don't like to talk about. It's a little uncomfortable to talk about. We are going to get into binge eating. What is what is as opposed to over eating that kind of thing. We're to talk about that a little bit. We're going to talk about her podcast which is really good. And we're GONNA talk about her books that she has written and she also has an upcoming book and so with all that. I don't want to delay it any longer. So here is Georgie fear. Will you please welcome to the show? Georgie fear high charge. Hi How you doing Martha. I'm doing. Great how are you today? I'm great. I'm Greatest Beautiful Sunny Day here in Alberta Canada but we actually have a snowfall warning for this weekend despite being mid April so slow down free easy crazy so much snow in the Midwest and up where you are insane at our yes so now just so. Everybody knows a little bit about you. Can you tell US W- What led you to start the podcast. Sure so Marie-claire my co coach. An We've been doing a coaching program called breaking up with binge eating for I guess about three or four years now and so. Many people have asked for a podcast. They just really want this information so I guess we were holdouts for a long period time because you know we felt like we didn't know what we were doing. What are we don't belong podcasting? We're we're coaches and we finally kind of bit the bullet and decided we could learn how to do this. Just like anything else. We bought the microphones and learn how to write a podcast and started recording and editing. Them and we got started and at first. I wasn't sure it would take off and fly but it's just grown and grown and grown. I think we are above seventy thousand downloads. Now and we're both just really happy that that many people are interested in the help that we have to offer we'll just very clear and succinct and the episodes a short. You take one or one concept and you just spread it out into and it's almost like we're we're hearing you think in your mind but it's very Organized insistent glad I have given you the illusion. That my mind is organized. Well doesn't just like helping people and you know I try and think about the different people.

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"georgie" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on Uncommon

"Respect my body today and that's been something that I've only started doing the last twelve months and it just gives me the feeling of lack ha and it's two minutes and then I have coffee wine some different stages and I. It's one thing I lack is probably a retain that's always stick to my grocery stages someone radic. It'll be lack fall in Rhode healthy eating crazy. That's what I'm doing and also preached in and then next minute online not often not given I'll get out when I want to get up. I'm not like sleeping in but it's not like I'm getting up at Seventy Jamie at seven and all this stuff so I kind of waving out. Stephan I've been trying to get up. I mean we probably do it through three times. A week at the dog had a coffee. Come home first thing in the morning which has been great and I find scarf or stroll similar to that. Get up and don't get up and stop in your emails and go crazy on. Yeah yeah very Yeah absolutely I mean. There's a lot of the time Steph when I got out of bed at the moment different Thompson. Sometimes she's up really early to be somewhere else lighter illeg whatever so it's kind of. I mean I need to work more on having something. That's more specific. I'm up at seven every day. I'm doing this evening routine ahead. You guys decompression not doesn't is on his compete at two or three nights a week. I go to bed about three hours before him. He's a fool. Not How are we talking one? Am One. I am three or four nights a week working for me. I'm obsessed with Netflix. Or I always series so at the moment strapped to survive deepening outlander. At the moment. Didn't lock it after a few episodes in just kind of out myself. Yes three episodes nod if I can decide. And then I'm trying to get back into stretching every night. That was a Steph one as well just finding twenty minutes to rot like Lion Plots Rolla. Luke's running two marathons. So he has fueled as well because he's buddies just taught you plan your. Yeah so I've been really struck with slightly. We actually have. I mean it's kind of our sense. But we steph when that instagram. Because what's every single movie? You have to watch a have to wash. Give us all the best ones so we got this jar now at movie every movie watching movies like most nights. And that's you know an hour to two hours before bed. No firing this on the couch. But I don't really agree with it because you're looking at your phone. Yeah before bed really like us trying everything in the moment and yeah yeah it's hard. It's time I mean I love. That helps you dislike Fulla site. But everyone's different my punish gone to do at the movies and trying to be fine. Well last question for you guys. If you had to recommend the movie Doco or show what would it bathes. The audience I should I yeah you should ask you love to do you know.

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"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

"I love that If you were If you're calling the shots shall we say sorry? We're we're big on punts here. A what would you change about the medical field the politics I didn't like the politics like just were. I fell especially on MED surge. If you have five patients in you are it is a long long long day. Juggling five You are most of the time understaffed I had a lot of struggle with like being with a patient who I felt really needed me but my beeper going off like a hundred times and we pause your conversation at a heart to heart but I have young because this patient and who like maybe wasn't like emergency most of the time it's not you know. No it's like. Can you get me a can of soup or I did not order this for those like me? I did not learn or like even the I v like Oh. My was was beeping but I have four other co workers who are just as busy as me in no one could go in and you know press start on the you know so Just feeling that we were overworked in in quotes like overworked and understaffed. Like that's something that I won't really s about about bedside. I really wish that they would like adequately staff nurses and I feel like they did. We would have a lot less a lot less people side so like all better working conditions nurses. They do which is why they go into the profession back. Nurses leave the profession because they're leaving it earlier and earlier heard. They are just working under these conditions. Where they're just exhausted after every shift in it's mostly due to either like having like maybe a manager that's like they don't feel supportive a unit and like listening to their concerns and their needs They just don't have the Like there's so many times were like we didn't have even texts on the unit and we had a bunch of primaries so now we're doing two jobs doing three jobs if you have to do the respiratory treatments and transport now you have four jobs and it's just like yeah. I don't have time to do all these things little creating a better division of care. Yeah yeah and I feel like that's why nurses leave the bedside some last two years like me Ted and twelve last over. Yeah I definitely there is I mean before Holly Blue I had seen myself going to. Er I felt like it was going to be a good good unit for me or yeah just going into clinical instructor because like I said it's in home education so I love teaching. I catch myself feel expend time teaching a lot with my patients And so I might. I might go into. Maybe there could be a segment on Holly Blue. Yeah you can have a teaching segment. We're going to have so we're GONNA have a youtube channel. He can come like learn like my job is to help create the social affect. They don't have social on Hollywood yet. But we definitely will so. That's so awesome. Yeah which usually I am so excited just to continue to watch your career grow N You just grow in this space. Because you've you've definitely have like the heart in mind and spirit for it and I'm just really excited to see where you take all of this. Thanks Danny also I love my nurses. I love nurses supporting nurses nursing inspiring nurses I. We are special breed in For Sharon early like will never leave this space. 'cause I love nurses in Yeah healthcare professionals in general. It's it's awesome. Awesome that Leeann I think. I think that's all the questions that I had for you. Thanks for having me Tell him tell everybody where they can find you? You can find me at nurse. Georgie nurse Georgia on Instagram in nurse. Georgie DOT COM or my website in. Yeah I'll always reply such as shoot me a D. N. or you can email me. Contact me with website. All right well thank you so much. Thank you for having okay might. Wow what. I'm really loving about this episode and podcast in general is that so many women. Don't just describe themselves as one thing. I really love hunters. Georgie released shows us how to live outside the box. I think a lot of y'all will relate to this. She's a great resource for questions on traveler. Saying if you like what you're hearing please feel free to leave a rating review us We'll have another episode for you next week. And in the meantime please tell me with any topics you'd like to discuss or people you'd like me to try and reach out you bring the pod. Follow me on Instagram and twitter at the Mohmed or you can follow my personal account at. Dm Won't be. This has been a Niller. Awesome empowering episode of the Woman Out..

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"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

11:55 min | 8 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

"If you if you WANNA start an ice cream shop because you love Ice Cream. Gladden do that. You could be like this. Ice Cream shop is only open from like eleven. Pm nine o'clock in the morning because this is specifically her when women get off of work or they're awake all night because they work night shift. You can do whatever you want on its We contain multitudes amount of tangent. If I love it but like life really is too short to like live knowing man. I wish I would have tried that out when I had the chance. I wish you would've taken that opportunity you know. So it's like more people just need to say yes chopper. -TUNITIES Stop Griping instagram. That's like my motto. Like yes you can in like just yes yes yes you can buy. Don't over commit but I mean I believe in a truly believe in like positive affirmations like telling yourself you know you can do it and like so many times like I wake up and I'm like I got this. I got this maybe sometimes I I'm terrified but I'm like I could do this in exactly done things that I didn't even know I could do but you know and I did it and it's just because I had yes without we fully ready but experience with opportunity brings experience to as well yes so love it makes me so happy So when did you start your start your blog and lake really start leaning on Instagram as as a as a platform for change definitely so after? I'm trying to think it was right. After and Clark's and I'm like I'm not gonNA. I felt that I could not make nurse Georgie until I was a licensed nurse so yes that was my reward. I would've you thought about it. I wait bill passed. I was so happy I had like three month. Gap between passing clicks in like starting my first job opportunity to like start my platform. I Ever Young. I think my name was originally Latina. Inner storage so so passionate. Like the Latino community in nursing bill like the lowest minority in nursing house under seven percent of all nurses are knows it says danger. If you have your masters which I do it's four percent. Oh my goodness not know so. But I realize especially in my like diversity inclusion organization Cargo that on you could still market to everybody an MBA Neha van. And it doesn't just have to be a Latino page so in yeah I started And it was mostly just to have a voice and also I was following really inspirational people at that time on my personal page like he add nurse. Mo- you has season mazing. Speak with her. Atta you had nurse Mendoza Mike. From simple nursing like those four accounts were super super inspirational for me and all that they were like chasing drains designing their own life. They had the following. They had this like overwhelming sense of confidence in just speaking to you and I was. Yeah Yeah they really spoke to me so great and so I I was super. I would say that. I must super resourceful person like my parents didn't go to college so I always by my mentors. Any en let's Kinda when instagram didn't really have a lot of like healthcare pages. I feel like now. People are making page specifically for like their profession. So so it's like a little bit over a couple years ago and I started my page in it. Turns out that was pretty good at it like I. Kind of like from the GECKO. What I did was one of the first things that I did was Go to Cherokee uniforms event that nurse was hosting. I think once into my account and I met her when she was so find she so rarely sure haven't met her in person but we got to speak with her and I'm like I didn't know that you're that church. I have shoot me from below like I look really work. Because her personality's like so much bigger than life. You know so you. She was adorable and I want to sit in a meditation circle with her. I think that'd be great. I mean I am such a fan of social you know. I met all these people that I just told you. I met them within a year. I met I met Mo Katie Duke Mentors Mendoza and Mike. They reached out to all of them. They all had open arms in. Like if you know and a lot of these like influencers they host events hosted a meet and greet you and so. That's why I went to the events I met. Ben We connected in all of them like we ended up doing collaborations like I would have never met Caroline for the founder of Holly Blue. If I hadn't went to nurse and yet ho a year later had invited me to speak at one of her events that so gray who found me online so she said she was like stalking me media so I didn't even know she was awesome. She was following me on social and to the two events that I hosted that month. She went to events and It's it's really awesome at nurse Moses. Then she had asked me questions like on community and she kind of goes hand and I had seen her face hadn't really developed a relationship with her yet and I was asking like what is community. Means you like. How do you build your community on social media following was kind of like interviewing you for this physician in? I didn't even know wild. Yeah it was amazing That's what I'm saying like all these things are like a part of the story now. Yeah Nursing Nursing. Gave me this opportunity. That's what I that's what I hope is like the biggest takeaway from this episode is that you can literally do anything with a nursing career. It will introduce you to so many different. People is such a tribe of incredible heart. I mean late. Men Women like every lake. It doesn't nursing doesn't discriminate. It's just everyone's end goal is to take care of each other but they will go to bat for you. Yeah and we're so passionate and like even school they teach you as the nurse. You are the advocate. You are than the other. You are the caretaker. You know you are the clinic clinically wise. You know you're the educator like still many he had But at the same you learn time management you learn you relate to them talking to them so it's Kinda crazy that I'm kinda turning into businesswoman now and it's like marketing. What is crazy? Yeah because you've you've learned we you learn how to do everything in nursing school in in. It's like yeah I don't think that's crazy at all. I think it's like the natural progression almost now for nurses definitely. Yeah and like that's nothing like I never wanted to go back to school for like a nurse. Practitioners on Sierra a I never wanted to go back for my masters I was like. I really love being at the bedside like being resource but you reach different stages in your life and you're like you know what I'm GonNa try something more but it doesn't necessarily have to be going back to school you know they. There's just so many different avenues so you can play around with a nurse. It definitely definitely definitely yes. I won't be going back to. I think you have enough degrees. I haven't enough degrees at enough that goodness but yeah I just. I mean so so many things that they've learned and in these last and I can't believe it's only been two and a half years of nursing. I've just grown so much in these two and a half years. Yeah and in so many ways than I liked my fingers in so many different like even work marketing and so many different things and And I love it. And that's why I say. Nurses are the perfect entrepreneurs. They really are So I also understood. This new little segment called. Everything is pulsing who so I am curious like what do you still hope to accomplish? Flake on this new career path on this new career path. I I honestly wannabe that nurse. That people can go to in need. Help them fine like me. Help them navigate or give them tools to help them like lead fair their dream like help them pursue their career so like with Holly Blue. Like my whole goal. Is that like a nurse? Entrepreneur will come to the platform or a nurse. Who's looking for mentor or Nevada or John can come to the Auburn with. We can provide everything like it'll be a one stop shop for nurses like I will ultimately help create that APP for nurses and just build this amazing community where the three million nurses in the US like every nurse come to our to our APP in like find a tool finding events finding nothing of use for them like. That's what I want Hollywood today and I want that's going to be like my mission like the next five years at like I help do that. Create that platform in that tool that APP for nurses to like find whatever they need. Yeah I love that. You're so inspirational makes me very happy. what is on your bucket list laying. It doesn't have to be nursing related but like the tip top of your bucket list or visit other was on the top of my bucket list. I've been wanting to travel again. We're talking about going to Japan. I really want who I love. Thailand supposed to go to Japan but we didn't Japan's beautiful yeah. We spent a Lotta time in Thailand. But yeah probably travel always have Definitely always have that travel bug But I mean when the biggest goals in my life is just to be able to like work really hard in like by my parents. A HOUSE. Really want to like get them. That's like Michael just like. I always have that in the back of my mind and then like on my free time. I like to go home because I moved to Chicago. Travel always WANNA go travel..

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"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

11:52 min | 8 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

"I like going to the unit smiling. Introducing myself to everyone in the being that personal super helpful from the Gecko in day. One because I think a lot of people like unit who see a lot of travel nursing just imagine the staff nurses. They're having to like teach them like teach. The new traveller's time like where the supplies are. Like who the museum so you kind of feel bad at the same time but I always try to be super friendly and try not the same person for like the same things all the time and Yeah I think depending on your priorities like some people want to do a travel assignment and enjoy the city and make new friends and then other people may the author like entrepreneurs or they have a loved one that they wanna spend all their time where they're doing that so depending on your priorities but as far as like being at work. I just like to be a friendly person. Hello Person I think the first week I was already helping people like put G. Tubes and like do their IV's and then after that first week everyone's like we like Georgie. Like she's super helpful. Yeah definitely helps to have that personality on the unit to I've I've worked with. I've been I'm a mild unit. I was on the chargers. We've had a lot of travel nurses and stuff come through in just like knowing that it's hard to step into a new unit Felt like that was something I could take from my time travel nursing. Because I wasn't I was just like thrown into it. You know it wasn't I mean there's there's no one holding your hand but like people also are like okay. Well you're the travel nurse will give her the assignment that no one else wants. Oh I think so We'll many also don't know everyone's skill sets either so like I always made it a point whenever I was on charge to try and figure out like okay. These are a list of travelers. Let's see what their skill sets are and like what types of patients they like taking care of but like also taken that step to go and be like okay. Are you doing okay like do you need help? Do you need like a refresher of the unit like nowhere. Everything is so. Yeah I totally feel for. All the travel nurses out there on my first assignment was not a great one two days of orientation and that was by myself full load. Like that's awesome. What would you say is your favorite part about travel nursing my favorite part about travel nurse saying I guess the variety like I was on a unit for thirteen weeks and then they had asked me if I wanted to stay but I was excited to like? I was kind of asking. What's next like where to Stena nightline love about travel? You're you're not stuck in one place. You have the flexibility to around like maybe. I wanted to clinic now. Maybe I wouldn't do fusion nursing navy. Yeah you know I. I love that. I love the flexibility with with banners. That's awesome So let's talk about this like big new change that you have made. You've decided to step away from the bedside like your fulltime pursuing during the nurse. Preneurs thing you've working with a Holly Blue Collar blue yes is that what what is Holly Blue. Yes so holly blue is a nurse APP. It's exclusive to nurses it's free. It's secure APP. Essentially it's like a management tool so you can contract assignments It's like an organizational tool. So you can keep track of your Us and then it's essentially like Lincoln for nurses so you can find local jobs in a network. So is that like when you say manage your assignments. Is that like a daily? Like report tool you can use at your at what hospital you working at or you mean like manage your travel nursing assignments so to manage your assignments that you accept through the Hollywood APP. Okay so nurse. For example we all know nurse grid which is like a great calendar APP to share your calendars with like nurses but as far as our APP you would have a calendar that would show like your assignments through the holly blue through the Hollywood lap. So I'm like a nurse and school is like we're saying that it's a great tool to find like site the exercise hustles because Sam but I wanna pick like a four hour infusion or drip therapy shifts. We have a lot of he on the APP. So you can go through our APP and you can sign up for like a four hour infusion or like vitamin infusion. No make a few hundred bucks then call it a day. You only worked for three for three hours. That's amazing yeah. So are all have side hustles. That's the nurses love side hustles right now. We also kind of need them to survive too. I mean depending on where you work. Just don't make them. Yeah Yeah exactly on. I mean we work three twelve Were the perfect entrepreneurs as wall like we kind of if you have a full-time family gotta have time to like start. Something else especially for the nurses are really burnt. Out at the bedside. They can kind of get a taste of like what private duty nursing has or concierge nurse saying or just all the different types of nursing the ads going be really wonderful. That wonderful for that. And we're actually in Beta right now. So it's a really new APP and I'm just really excited to be in the beginning of this like what? I call like a long like three to five year journey with the APP like I'm so excited about I believe in the founder so much also registered nurse worked idiot on college at the Children's Hospital in La while she worked bedside for a long time and then realize that there's a lot of politics in the hospital a lot of things that she wanted to change in her vision groupie on the bedside as well and she. Yeah she went for cut so awesome. I just I love hearing all these stories. I really hope they empower other women in the medical field to just like you don't just have to be one thing if you have a dream to like change something else in the medical field or you. WanNa do more than just bedside nursing. You know like there's so many different avenues you can do travel and they're saying there's like you can be a a medic on like TV sets. Yeah you know I have done all of those things it's like. There's there's just so many different things that you can that you can do show me. Bell is the the she can be both pain like where did tell me about that. Because that's one thing I've always people are like. Oh my God okay. Urine nurse so like. Why are you modeling like? Why are you doing this? Like your just a nurse. Sounds like why? What in this box logs like. I'm not in a box like I can. We can do whatever we want. I was super. I mean that's definitely my favorite campaign That I started to come up with that. I did yeah. It was a language it was actually during a roundtable with two of my girlfriends who are nurses and we were just having nurse Chat And we were talking about that. We're talking about how I think on on social or like in conversations. How people always WanNa put you in a box you know. Women are so dichotomy where so we do so many things in I was inspired by like mom's doing the hustle like they were monster were nurses. They were businesswoman. They were just doing everything and I just had set it up so we can do. Both she can be. She could be both and clear. That's an awesome. Hashtag even told them like because we have like a few cocktails to start this campaign. Okay and I'm GONNA post you. Send me your like hottest and one of the girls that I was talking to was actual model in totally Ademir. Sexiest photo. Like I'm GonNa put them side by side at avenue that we could be both and exactly blew up in like five days and I I would say I have a good instagram tribe. Where like we are just always supporting each other and sharing each other and being each other's cheerleaders but I mean in like four or five days that they blew up in we had like thirty thousand people like using the Hashtag. Fred I was at work and I was trying to keep up with everything way guys and yeah it was. It was amazing in So so so. Inspirational people might favorite part was People were tagging but they were writing their stories about how much meant that. This was being accepted and they really feel that they are just more than their profession and I mean there were so many amazing people doing amazing things so you can still have a service say. Let's let's research that when when this episode comes out. Where we're going to do a whole she can be both bringing to make another wave of it. Yeah so I. I tried to work. Get so busy in. We had talked about like putting your hands in so many different things so I hated instagram for it. But now that I am like fulltime entrepreneur have the time to like trade market in started actual community business out of it which. I'm really excited to do because it's so important to me. Yeah I still like till this day get people saying that was such an awesome getting paid like you should do more with it and I'm like I definitely wanted to but it's all a process. Yeah no I definitely feel you on that but it just I read. That knows like oh my gosh. I wonder if she's I feel like she's speaking to me with camping. Yeah so many of us we don't we don't want to be put in a box. We we Londono. It's inspirational because you you think you can't do things and then holy can you for one hundred percent and it's one thing that like. I used to get a lot of hate for on instagram. Even after the bachelor like Oh she went on the bachelor. She's not a nurse anywhere else. Like excuse me how it right back to the fucking bud bedside. Okay like because I I had to. You feel like you had to but if you like it's like I also wanted to you know because it's something identified so much with so it's like why are we telling people and women specifically that you can only do one thing like when we are so capable of doing so many different things and and life is so short. Why why would you want to do? Just one thing leads to complacency you know in.

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"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

11:08 min | 8 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

"Like I didn't know that you could even do that as a career. Pathway like like just start like a master's in nursing. That's that's amazing. So can you tell me a little bit more about that? While so I think a lot of people were getting double bachelors in Nursing World Field other than nursing like bio or even any arts and then they realize that they wanted to do nursing so in order To kind of change. People Getting Double Bachelor's started the entry level program so into the entry level Master's program you cannot have a bachelors in nursing you have to have a degree field other than nursing some buying was in health education. I was able to do that program. And it's usually a two year zero ram okay and I had got accepted to USF in San Francisco in Chicago. And I had that it's to move again in in travel. Yeah just travel loved. Traveling one of my goals was to travel nurse eventually and went to Stanford I went. I went to Chicago I love Chicago. Soobee Coal China Cava girl but I mean the ad that huge city beautiful city awesome people. Awesome food I got when I came to Chicago not full rival almost so it was a really big reason to to come out here and Echo. Yeah well Nice so then. Are you bears fan? My wife is trying to make you. They don't want you to be a bear saying I'm from Wisconsin originally so go back but but you can like whoever you want so. I'm really curious about this. Like Masters Program. How like do you just do? They just like throw you into clinicals right away or do you have to. Redo like anatomy and fit and like by grow in Like Pharmacy Pharmacy. And Stuff. Or Yeah no so pharmacology. Even more if I remember like over seventeen units a semester like I had to do my pre nursing rex while I was doing my double major so I was. I was taking like six classes every every term. I completed all my pre nursing rex. So that when I started my nursing program I had all Iraq's done and so the first day of nursing school you go to clinic it's only goodness. So what was that like for you? I was terrified on well across the board I was terrified for my first clinical took excited because it was such a long journey like I mean yeah I mean six or seven years in you know only adds. I guess five years in college and to start Mike Mike Grad program. But I was excited. I try not to be scared like I try not to let fear get the best of me so I think that those nerves like except like just being excited in goofy sometimes so why did for my first day in clinic but yeah it. It's like you know Your Med surge rotation the most they have you doing glucose checks that that term but I mean you are used to pharmacology in all those all those hard classes so I mean I had my head in the books. 'cause I for me like my sister. She's years younger than me. She's like I like to say she's naturally smart like she doesn't have to study as long as I do but I will. Yeah one nursing school started. I was like Okay Georgie. Time to buckle down like Delegates serious now so. I spent a lot of time in the library. The no I always had a really hard time with With school and stuff too like I did well in it but I've had to work really hard and had like a really great group of Friends. We'd make up stupid like games and acronyms to remember things like that. Was that got me through Nursing School. So you went. Straight TO MED surge oncology in. How long did you work in that? I WORKED IN MED search for two years. It was kind of full circle because that hospital. That my great grandma passed away in with. Kiet was actually where my first job was. I really wanted America go-getter. I really wanted to work at UCLA. I actually moved from Chicago just so I can like apply to. Ucla I did not get into the UCLA NEW GRAD program. I was like mart roken buzz. I had a a coat like a family friend who had worked at the hospital that I worked at for the last two years. Who's in La County and they reach out the Georgia? We'd love to have you like calm and I go. You don't let that be really amazing to work at the hospital. That actually inspired me to go into nursing and I loved it. It was med. Surge Oncology I had the best coworkers their Mea Joel much. It was a community hospitals. It wasn't like a huge facility with a lot of resources so I really hung down on my skills there. Man Be hit at a good like interprofessional collaboration working in a hospital. So I have some crazy stories but I actually up working there and I was waiting for a two year. can apply at do travel nursing because that is one of the requirements for travel. You most travel agencies. Want you to be in your field for minimum two years like a year and a half but most travel recruiters that I had talked to. Two years is better. Two years as better MIA yeah I did a I tried out travel nursing. It was it did not end up being like a good fit for me because I didn't like being away from my family and stuff but I think now I'd be more apt to but Bay I was like every like everyone wanted like two years. Nick you experience but then I had trouble getting My first assignment. Because I didn't have any travel experience. I ended up having like two and a half three years. Nick you but I didn't travel experience. So is that a problem that you faced at all getting your. I travel assignment. No not at all. I actually had an amazing recruiter and I told her. Just get me a job at northwestern it just let it. North Western Chicago Beautiful Facility Diskette. He had on right. Lester and I hopped on a ten minute phone call with melodic charge nurse case manager. Yeah and I was like Oh my God I got it like Abdallah phone calls like I got it and I did get it. So that's always probable. Finding my travel assignment was. I would say very easy. Thanks to Leah my recruiter. It's important to have a really good recruiter. Kelly Johnson from Miss California. She actually hooked me up with my recruiters so you think so was. There was ever a moment for you. That just really made you want to pursue travel nursing or is it just. You just have this big love for travel. I have a huge love for trouble. I didn't travel too much with my family. They worked a lot. Yeah and my just being the owner of a business. You don't really have that freedom of vacation ends. The was a lot of. I feel like promised Hawaii Trips. That like my parents are amazing. Like we went camping. We went to the mountains. We went to the beach like we did all the things every year all year round. California's amazing place. New All those things. Oh one hundred percent And I just. I had that those dreams of like going to stay in going to Rome going Germany going to Asia and just traveling the world. That was just like some people have that that travel bug each and I feel like some people are super content with being like home grounded comfortable and I'm just always throwing myself in these crazy and I truly feel that you learn the most about yourself when you when hundred percents golfers in change of scene with People Different Cultures. And you learn about yourself you learn about other people so yeah it makes you actually a better rounded person as well so traveling. Saint Louis something I was scared of but it ends up working out perfectly. That's that came to Chicago Mea So important just to throw yourself into those like really uncomfortable environments. Because that's really where people like you test yourself in the you you realize what you're capable of And it's just such a I love personal growth and I love like challenging for that so yeah I I love to travel in sometimes like. I just like to take like my own password. I travel even if I'm with a group I'm like I really want to go to do this on my own. I'll catch up with the later. I exactly in. I feel like especially traveling for work or school big at least for me. Immigrants School. It kept me away from my distractions like might have been at home. And every time like I moved to San Francisco I was able to just fully immerse myself in like the school activities like I was president at Cross Cultural Club and then when I came here I'll go. I started an organization on campus. And I had that like time and freedom to do those things. Because MIA didn't have distractions. All right guys. I'M GONNA take a real quick second year. You guys might remember my girl. Katie Duke from episodes fourteen and fifteen. She started her own podcast. It's called bad decisions. You can say fuck lot. Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuck. You fucking fuckers. Well there you have it but she talks about all things bad decisions life goals all this cool shit go listen on all podcast platforms new episodes drop every Tuesday. Listen when you're coming home from work listen on your way to work. They're awesome awesome episodes. You can also listen when you're taking a poo or that. What advice do you have for? Nurses considering doing traveler saying I get this question a lot and for travel nursing like you definitely..

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"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

07:49 min | 8 months ago

"georgie" Discussed on The WoMed

"All RIGHT EVERYBODY. Welcome back to the woman. I honestly cannot believe how far we have come just a few short months and I say short months. But it's almost like Danny Nice started this my God to the first episode aired in like May so I mean it's it's been A. It's been a bit but it's been the time is just flown by And it's just been so much fun obviously Danny is not Joining us on this episode or or in this New Year right now but she will be coming in for special guest episodes And I just love her to pieces and I'm so proud of her for realizing that she needed to take some time and focus on other things. This episode I'm speaking with Georgina. Viario otherwise known as nurse Georgie from her blog and on instagram nurse. Georgie is a first generation college student and she double majored in Health Education from San Francisco State and she also attained a Spanish degree from Madrid. She completed her master's in nursing from rush and she has worked BEDSIDE IN MED. Surge oncology and then started traveling. They're saying she has recently made some big changes in our life and I am so looking forward to getting into all of it. I love a nurse practitioner. That is in new word. We're coining it. We've we've talked to some other nurse entrepreneurs but I think we're gonNA stick with the word nurse practitioner. Y'All can yell at me later. If I get that wrong. All right everyone. It is time for the nursing energy moment of the week and today's is brought to us by Katherine and she the MD me to tell me that Patients wife who has a nurse manager before retirement message the Dean of Minors Program to tell her how incredible my care was best way to start the last stretch of fourth year? That's so awesome. Hold onto that. Because Mattel you another me some days that are going to be tough you know as with everything in the nursing field but it's really important to hang onto those good moments and kind of put them in a good moment bank so you can go back on them if you have a bad day or like a really tough day and cling to that because if you ever doubt yourself just remember nurse manager reached out to your Dean to tell them that you're a bad ass. Congratulations alright a huge woman. Welcome to Georgina via Al. Otherwise known as nurse Georgie. She's what I like to call a goal getter which also works because she is a soccer player to okay. But you have worked bedside oncology you travel nurse and blogs and now you're a nurse printer and I hope I'm saying that right. Everyone's Entrepreneur Entrepreneur So I'M GONNA go with nurse poor I also can't wait to talk about All these different light campaigns and things that you've worked with Beyond the bedside she can be both. I'm just so excited to learn everything about you. So welcome thank you. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be on the woman podcast yet. Today it's GonNa be great so we keep saying we. It's going to be a hard transition. Danny I know you're listening So one thing well we always like to start with and I'm going to keep starting with is education because that's what we get so many questions about A lot of nursing students In in docs stuff to their like wanting to everybody's career path so you are first time college student. So once you just kind of walk me through your whole career path. Of course so I have really young parents on my mom had nineteen man. Her and my dad separated when I was four and then my mom my Stepdad. Who raised me and my whole life. Stage just always said we really want you to go to college. You have to go to college. You can have a bedroom. We did 'cause they worked really hard. Their whole lives. Both entrepreneurs both owned their own business. They were in like automotive Ren Kinda like the fast investment and furious came out always saw my parents work super super hard and so I just knew that I had to go to college on. Yeah I ended up going to San Francisco State University. I'm from Los Angeles area so I wanted to go far enough to where I wouldn't be at home but like close today. Today's yeah so I went to San Francisco. State's beautiful place super diverse. I learned a lot of my like community involvement like culture and diversity up like in San Francisco. There's just so much culture over there and I wanted. I didn't know like get that feeling like wanting to do nursing until I was seventeen. That's where my great grandma had passed away with Chia. I spent a lot of time with her. First Time I had ever been into a hospital was when I was seventeen like Great Grandma's fastening allow so. I just remember like right before she passed away. I told her I said it out loud. Grandma I'm going to be a nurse. I loved handlers. Nurse and like during that time. I was getting trouble in like high school to shed a lot. I was a rebel And I knew I wanted to go to college but I was really focused on like social like I was a soccer player. At had unloaded friends a Social Butterfly. And Yeah after that I had moved to San Francisco right after my grandmother passed him to San Francisco and I was over five years I ended up studying abroad in Spain at Madrid for a year. That's amazing I realized that I couldn't do perk pre nursing right away that In order to study abroad in Spain which is something I really wanted to do. I had to change my major. So changing my major to health education with an emphasis in community public health and Yeah I love love. Love that Major. I spent a lot of time like in. The city in rural areas in minority communities are really working on my Spanish. I ended up getting abroad learning Spanish Just because my my parents mom is second generation Mexican and my dad is Colombian so we have like a Mexican Colombian household and we didn't speak Spanish annouce Though I had to when I when I went to Spain I learn Spanish. That's why I told myself that I that I really learned Spanish in so I I came back. I think my my senior year of college and then I graduated my economist. Super Senior Year fifth year at the Great. And I love it so I double majored in Spanish and health education and then it was around that time that I had applied for the entry level master's in nursing which is actually really popular now. Yeah I was so when I was reading through your profile and stuff. I was confused. I was like okay so when did winded nursing actually come into play like how did you.

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Kingpins Rewind: Diamond Jim Pt. 1: Vincenzo Colosimo

Kingpins

08:44 min | 8 months ago

Kingpins Rewind: Diamond Jim Pt. 1: Vincenzo Colosimo

"Jim knew the stakes from the moment. Bath House. John Inky Dank had called. They had put their faith in him giving him an opportunity to be more than just a two bit pimp and now he had to show them that they hadn't made a mistake. He thought the local politicians had liked him because he was tactful and quick thinking the kind of guy who could make sure his people voted the right way but now jim saw things for what they were more than anything the Alderman's respected him for this his willingness to get his hands dirty to do what needed to be done. That was what made big Jim Different. Jim had been trusted to collect protection vs from the city's illegal brothels the price of protection had gone up and some people weren't happy about it. Particularly Georgie the meanest Madam in town. Jim didn't feel guilty about beating her. Perhaps the brass knuckles were a bit much but he had to send a message to every barmaid and madame around big Jim Cosimo had arrived and he had no intention of leaving. I'm how hard it and I'm kate. Leonard and this is King Pins on the PODCAST network every week. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses will explore how money and power change them and how it changed the community around them. This is our first episode on Jim. Cosimo one of America's first modern kingpins. This week we'll be exploring his rise from indigent immigrant to crime. Lord of Chicago's Red Light District. Next week we'll look at his fall from grace arrest and the lasting legacy of his empire. You can listen to. All of Park has shows wherever you listen to podcasts. And if you enjoy the show one of the best ways to help us to leave a five star review now let's dive into the life of Chicago's first notorious Vice Lord. Big Jim Cosimo. Jim COSIMO was a self made man. He had come from nothing and yet had risen to become. Chicago's most feared and respected crime. Lord everybody knew Damon Jim and not just for his jewelry and that flashy three piece suit. He always wore for every moment. Jim had spent as a beggar peddling newspapers on the street corner. He intended to more than make up for it now that he had money in his pocket. Jen Colosio wasn't a pimp. He may have begun his criminal career selling sex on the Chicago streets but he had worked long and hard to become something much more than that by nineteen fourteen. Jim just turned thirty six. He already controlled be directly or indirectly more than one hundred businesses in. Chicago's first ward the Red Light district. He owned gambling joints and opium parlors billiards halls and saloons. Some even whispered that he sold Italian national lottery tickets and ran an underground wine business. Jim was in the business of sin and business was booming estimates at the time had him clearing well over half a million a year which in today's dollars would equate to roughly twelve and a half million. Jim Rarely traveled anywhere. If not by uniform chauffeur his elegant jewelry it led many to start calling him. Diamond Jim a name. He more than willingly accepted. He had a reputation now and it was one. He looked forward to living up. Two years. Spent living in luxury. Had led jim to develop an affinity for the fine arts. One art in particular stood out as his favourite the opera. He came to every show sometimes buying up as many as thirty seats. He always brought an entourage. Sometimes it was just a few of his men and their wives other nights. It was the men and their girlfriends after every show. Jim was welcomed backstage. Every member of the Chicago. Opera Company recognized him. He invited the singers. And the Maestro over to his restaurant call a simos cafe. He knew they would come. They always did after the show. Jim Returned to the restaurant and poured himself a drink since its opening in nineteen. Ten COSIMO's cafe had quickly become one of Chicago's hottest nightspots politicians celebrities and wise guys alike all gathered there each night to enjoy the old school Italian cooking and lively entertainment but it was the after dinner activities that truly endeared cosimo's cafe to the Chicago elites gambling joints were dime a dozen but where else but coliseum ohs could an intrepid diner go upstairs and gamble until the wee hours of the morning with hardened criminals state senators and foreign actresses alike. One night at cosimo's cafe sometimes bag jim more than a week's worth of his brothels receipts and Jim knew he was really selling the same thing at either venue not just food or sex. He was selling something far. More important. An experience Jim saw little distinction between the customers at his brothels. And those who pulled cigars and gambled away thousands at his restaurant as far as he was concerned. The only real difference between the two was that you never had to pretend you cared whether the brothel patrons had enjoyed themselves and for Jim pretending to care was the worst part he had lived his life without conscience never stopping to consider who he was hurting along his way. This way of living had done him. Well it had been the factor that allowed him to grow from nothing into the Titan. He had become the story of Jim. Cosimo begins in colostomy a small mountainous town in southern Italy with the birth of a child. By the name of Vincenzo. By the time Vincenzo Cosimo was born on February sixteenth. Eighteen seventy eight. The economy in southern Italy had taken a turn for the worse with jobs. Few and far between men of working age. Were already starting to ship off to the United States in hopes of finding their fortune but leaving colostomy was hardly an option for Vincenzo. Father Luigi who had grown up in the tiny mountain town Luigi Zone father remained. The area's most wealthy landowner. He would raise his family here. No matter how difficult it may be. Unfortunately those plans were dashed by the tragic passing of Luigi Wife Vincenzo. Mother JUST SUBPOENA. Luigi was now a widower with four children to take care of and with his own job prospects dim at best amid the stalling economy. He made a decision that would change the course of history in eighteen. Ninety one Luigi send his youngest son Vincenzo off to America. He was only twelve years old with a bright future ahead of him. Luigi hoped the boy would become wealthy enough to support the rest of the colosseum. Oh clan three long weeks after departing from Naples Vincenzo and his twenty one year old half brother. Antonio arrived by steamship into New York Harbor. The pair hardly had any time to enjoy the New York skyline before they were put on a train to Chicago where Luigi had made arrangements to have the boys room in the city's ever-growing Italian neighborhood Antonio was ready to go home before the pair had even arrived he'd been tasked with leading the youngster across the Atlantic but he had no interest in staying in America as soon as he ensured that Vincenzo had a roof over his head Antonio bid his younger brother. Good bye and luck.

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DNA firms are set to profit from your data as testing demand falls

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

DNA firms are set to profit from your data as testing demand falls

"This is a Bloomberg money minute have you taken one of those DNA tests meet your chains with over a hundred and twenty five genetic reports the shine on spitting in a Cup to read your DNA appears to be wearing thin apparently people are catching on to the possibilities concerning a lack of privacy in consumer DNA testing over fifteen million people on our network that's almost a trillion connections ancestry dot com chief executive officer Margot Georgie got it says a lot of people have spent in the Cup twenty percent of the US of people that have taken one of these tasks and they're more more millions are coming into the kind of all the time twenty three in the C. E. O. and we'll just be says twenty twenty could be a difficult year for her company she expects a slowing of growth due in part to consumer concerns about privacy last year sequencing company a luminous had there been a lowland direct to consumer genetic testing concerns about genetic privacy came to the fore after investigators used an open source genealogy website to track down the suspect in the decades old case of the Golden State killer Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg

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Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi's killing

Morning Edition

03:46 min | 11 months ago

Saudi sentences 5 to death for Jamal Khashoggi's killing

"Green Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor announced this morning that five people have been sentenced to death for last year's murder of Jamal Khashoggi let's recall that Chris showed G. a columnist for The Washington Post and critic of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin so mine was killed in the country's consulate in Istanbul investigators believe the killers then dismembered and disposed of console Jeez body US intelligence concluded that the crown prince was involved in the decision to kill Khashoggi and Generac has covered this grisly story from the beginning and she joins us now from Amman Jordan hi Jane hi there so what do we know about the people who've been convicted at this point well it's still a lot of questions about that because this trial was very secretive there apparently few diplomats that into the trial as well as some members of casualties family those members of course living in Saudi Arabia are under seventy pressure so the names of not been released yet we do know that five of them were sentenced to death that can be appealed though and the thing that's important about this is who wasn't sentenced the trial will determined that two top officials the Saudi crown prince's former top adviser and the consul general in Istanbul workers Georgie was killed were innocent and it absolves them of blame now the U. S. doesn't believe this it's placed both those men on on sanctions for involvement in the killing well then you have the question of the crown prince and in Saudi Arabia maintains that he had nothing to do with this and have have we learned more about this killing in in the time since so many questions we still don't know what exactly happened but what seems clear is that the the Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin someone who initially said that he knew nothing about it probably did know what we know about this very grisly killing is mostly from the Turkish government he was killed in the consulate last October after he went there to get papers for his marriage and during that time he was confronted by Saudi agents who had flown in on a private plane one of them the head of the autopsy department carrying a bone saw the Turks released what they say are recordings of part of the process in which she was killed the body disappeared his remains still haven't been found can you just step back for a minute I mean you mentioned the US sanctions on some of these people believed to be involved here how much has the U. S. Saudi relationship been impacted by a bucket so Jeez death in an investigation since then well she was a columnist who wrote for publications including The Washington Post he was a U. S. resident Saudi Arabia's not seen as as the most fantastic of allies not just for this but for its involvement in in the war in Yemen and other things but there are a couple of things about the US Saudi relationship one is and perhaps the most important one is the president trump really values this relationship as does his son in law Jared Kushner who has bonded with the Saudi crown prince trump has made the point of the there are billions and billions of dollars at stake in U. S. arms deals arm sold to Saudi Arabia and that doesn't really wash with a lot of other officials and in fact the Senate has asked for the head of the US intelligence to come and brief them on what they know because the CIA has concluded according to a lot of reports of that in fact the seventy crown prince ones involved in ordering the killings in pairs Jane arrive in Amman

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IMF pegs global economic growth at slowest rate since financial crisis

Morning Edition

04:07 min | 1 year ago

IMF pegs global economic growth at slowest rate since financial crisis

"Finance ministers and central bankers from all over the world are getting together in Washington this week for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank they will be talking about an economic forecast that is not looking great global economic growth this year is expected to be the slowest it's been since the financial crisis ten years ago David Wessel of the Brookings Institution is on the line good morning David the morning around so what goes on at the IMF and World Bank meetings well there are a lot of formalities are a lot of speech is there a lot of meetings but we have a lot of people here a hundred and eighty nine members of the IMF's and their central bankers and finance ministers to Washington so what's really important is they meet informally with each other to compare notes share frustrations in trying to figure out how to resolve both the short term and long term problems that plague the world economy and they will be talking about the economic forecast which shows the growth is slowing is slow I'll what do we know about about how big a problem is this well here's how Christina Georgie ever the new managing director of the IMF put it as she previewed the semi annual I am F. world economic outlook two years ago the global economy wells in synchronized upswing measured by GDP nearly seventy five percent of the world was accelerating they even more of the world economy is moving to the same Bucks unfortunately this time growth is decelerating to be precise in twenty nineteen we expect slower growth in nearly ninety percent of the world's so the US economy is still doing better than other big economies around the world but it's part of that slow down manufacturing is down business investment is weak surveys of business executives find them in a funk partly because of president trump's trade war the bond market is pessimistic the federal reserve's seems worried enough to be expected to cut interest rates one more time at the end of this month on the other hand the job market is still strong and that's lifting consumer sentiment and business spending the stock market is upbeat it's hard for me to believe this situation can process but it's also hard to know whether the good news will prevail or over the bad or vice versa you and I have a deal where I don't ask you to make predictions that I'm gonna stick to it but it is certain point we will know whether this is the beginning of a recession or whether it's just a slow down when will we get a sense of that exactly we're at an inflection point the US and the world economies are slowing but whether this is a prelude to recession depends a lot in fact more than usual on what politicians and policy makers to I think the last few days have brought us some rays of hope there's talk of a truce in the US China trade war now that may not be a lot of substance to the so called many deal struck between the Chinese in the US but if it materializes it's a step away from a confrontation and that should lift business spirits maybe dispel some uncertainty maybe Boris Johnson in the U. K. can cut a deal to avoid a messy brexit there even stories in Germany that the thought that they might increase government spending both the fight a climate change and to fight a recession I don't think any these are sure things and I'm not overly optimistic but what politicians do in the next couple of months could determine whether the slowdown degrades into recession or not and in particular it sounds like what you're saying what politicians outside of this country to exactly there's a lot that happens inside the U. S. influences our economy the fed will the GM strike be settled and stuff but you know a lot does depend on what happens outside the United States will China arrested slowdown will European governments open the fiscal spec it will our training Parker's raise terrace and ratchet up the trade war or come to terms with president trump and avoid that it sorry but I got more questions than answers as usual David Wessel director of the Hutchins center parking

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"georgie" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello welcome to run. Put the run club of the podcast worlds. I'm jenny falkiner and every episode. I chat with someone who loves to run and hopefully by getting them to share their passion. It will move to be you to get there yourself now. Sometimes it's it's raining and the thought of getting your trainers and is really not so appealing. Well hopefully by listening to run for not only for you have as you're running companions but also you be inspired to get up off the sofa a made the effort required to just put one foot in front of the other and gopher that joke the bulk or that run down the road this week. I have not one but two guests here in the studio between us. There are three enthusiastic runners but two of us can talk walk and have two legs on the other one. Can bark has four legs. Please welcome george lambert on her gorgeous seven-year-old coyly the spaniel cross is that right benson hullo there hi sue nice to see you too and thank you for bringing ben into student by the way we're both sitting on stools and he is just spread i on the grave and he says he's such a good dog. Yeah bribed them yeah you so we're recording this in in central london and you just did you get here today. Train okay and he was really good. Literally about everyone stops and talks to you yeah i. I spoke to lose different people. It was really funny and he took up so much room in the train. Yeah it just it was spread satellite. They get so. I'm a dog lover and so i'm really excited about what we're going to talk about today but listen if you are just sitting on your run right now and you're not necessarily the biggest dog fanatic dorn that were this. I think you'll find this. It's really interesting because it's a whole world the i knew nothing of i in fact i didn't even know this world existed and georgie will you're quite involved with it and it's cold. You say the word kinda cross cross. I didn't even know that where it exists <hes> so before we start talking about can't cross and hear more beautiful ben. Let me just ask you about running because you wear a runner anyway. Yeah quite quite seriously competed and everything yeah i guess i did but from a young days and i think it's a lot easier when you're younger and going into the senior ranks and fulltime work and coming up education i found it quite hard and it did take the back seat the show right and what kind of running distances reading our country i always loved being outside in nature getting lost and adventuring a that was something that i've always enjoyed but some tank as some half muffins and samathiwat somebody. I love her casually interested. You know that though <hes> i mean here's the thing so if you love running yeah what do you do when you grew up. You work in some kind of running realm as well because what you deny yep so i've always been in the running industry. I'm sports industry of sorts. I worked for a brand brooks and that was so much fun and then i met my husband who is running retailer kayla oaten sports and now i work there so basically between the you have the trainer including for running collection ever disgusting jealous l._s. signs of easing okay so what is can across so it's the the dogs in harness urine harness and there's a bungee line and the dog can me pulling. It cannot be pulling. It doesn't really matter but that is the form of candy cross pursue. If you run with your dog you're not holding elite because if you knew when you take a dog for a walk and you've got a lead on the colour. That's not going to be very safe for them to know. It's not very comfy so yeah harnessed so your dog. We were a harnessed simple harnesses. You get you get fitted into them. That's low two different ones out in the market and then there's a bungee line which connected to the harness and then you're like a climbing harness. Oh so it's not just a belt range much fear. I started off with about angie waste and backer. It's quite quickly okay. I looked online actually am i saw saw you. I mean even from things like amazon. You can buy the county cross basic and says a few little bits like this that you can come to you. You put your you step into your with your bungee lead. Attach it to your dog and then you start running yeah exactly so does that mean they pool. You propel you forward more. How can you improve your speed for instance. What is your five k. speed. If you were going to new ruin probably just under twenty. Wow that's fast. I served the income fifth. Okay a few where with one of the dogs yeah. What would your five k b seventeen. No yeah oh my word. It's it's amazing. Isn't it has impressive on paper. They say a minute a mile if you're doing it probably be don't have to do it like that. And that's what i love so i mean that's you've got a five k. Type i mean adult can't run the marathon kennett would they can so you just have to train the dog late. You train a human just to upset distance and <hes> yeah and just watch them. Is it like is it late running on a treadmill but you're not making as much effort because someone's pulling you along yeah so the name is really hard but i found it really hard and i still do kind of question whenever i do. I'm really tired. The next day like really fatigued masseuse. Does it really hurt your if you race jason yeah by the second day i'm i'm really tired and say if you go like a downhill section or something you like you in your head. You're going let go and use the tokes momentum <music> but your body show in the hill actually even dogs pulling you hard because you worry that you're going to go flat in your face well. That's what i worry. Is it the same in you've got some yeah yeah and you've got to learn how to run again. The way you strike the ground everything's different do is you need to go as fast the dogs govern and that's a waste eastern name of the game you need to just try and be as fast as sloop yeah and they've got four legs and they've got sent gravity like lower so they're like brilliant downhill downhill. This guy and i'm like but i've got i've got better down. How you've got to let go think if you're in the air the more you're in the ad the more the talk can can help and you also not doing dokes pace because when you're breaking with your heroes trying to slow down <hes> you ruining the dogs paste and presumably maybe your legs your quotes must be amazing that they need to be peto hit flexes and gluts definitely an area of <hes>. You need to strengthen aunts and those who your runs in front of your drugs. I would probably be dry. Dog wants to sniff everything so where we're just kind of cross come. From whose idea was it in the first place. I don't know they need to have the handshake though it's it's a sledge dog spor that was used when it was the summer season when this ledge stokes are on their summer break they need to keep their fitness up both the musher the person who's controlling the dogs and the dogs themselves so they used to go out and do these dry land mush ings which would generally be on warehouse. If you commissioner like huskies edge on greg and then you can do bike and then you can do it on a scooter whom i and then you can also run and then obviously that keeps the mushers fitness up which is why we use a now well. If you've got like a chihuahua yet five yeah honestly you can as long as the dogs up for it because there's also the greyhounds that on up for running as long as you've got the mental faster than you can out and <hes> do any dog so much fun. So what are the different terminology 'cause. I knew that you have lots of words that you used to kind of like getting to move left or right. However wha what's the cannon cross terminology needs to new yes so you left left and right rights teaching them which way to move ago-go is generally the gbi on on on like to go past people up people who passing with dogs you teach them to keep their job which is to run in front as opposed to stop in sniff. Yes stop and say hi yeah yeah. It's great and then slow some people who teach behind like if you're going to steep slope obviously don't want you to talk to and teaching behind and then they stay by aside and when you come into the finish if the doctors finishes coming up so you can say on on going stop stop yes stop so pleased appealing mic so i i didn't know anything about it three years ago and for one one session which they taught me the commands and basically where to stand and how to say to the dog on on because you don't generally teach them to hill hill clearly filled with my dog sometimes comes to me if i say biscuit treat. I think we thinks that's his name yeah literally. They taught me how to do it safely as well for both of you because it is different so you basically have a personal training session with your dog. I'm like i mean if you're running now and you have a dog and you're laughing because your dogs like mine into disobedient and you can't imagine this is fascinating you when you see so any dog can be trained to be a running companion for you yeah for sure. I love it so as an official sport as well yes yes. I promise i mean forgive me for so so we can earn on this. I just i'm fascinated by it and i wish i knew innovative because i used to run with my dog bit younger. He's almost twelve and he loved it and he got oh really excited to run and try. He still has a race against me yeah. Is that what it's like for them night. Yeah i mean i ben you see him now and he is just crashed out on the floor racist. He's almost the worst dr once he his tannoy or if you start counting down i can't start coming down from five because he knows and he gets up and he stop barking funding round the house you watching like a race in the t._v. Like damalf and he wants no other runners have gone is so he goes mental so they definitely liikanen and they love it. So ben is my you know my i would say is happy hannukah from like the horse world and i just he's easy..

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"georgie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"georgie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The social media there your love pastor Georgie's is full of women vinegar he's he's in his eighties and and met Ronald Reagan back in the eighties and he Ronald Reagan had a dialogue so I love the support for this president is present doing very well now he was referring to some comments allegedly between Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon this week or Reagan make some derogatory comments about people in Africa and I don't know the context was the whole conversation was released just as little tiny snippet in alleging that he's this bad racers races guy and it is ridiculous Ronald Reagan showed himself to be a an incredible present an incredible man and somebody who loved all Americans and the a B. alum everyone who's a Democrat the call him saying something allegedly racist I don't know the president go already dealing with his own fake news so probably will delve back into that but we'll see having said all that back to the debates they focused a lot on healthcare healthcare is a right says Bernie Sanders the socialist who actually want you people all live in squalor you want all of us to he's got his mansions now he's got millions but he thinks he has a better way and because he's pro free college and pro marijuana the younger crowd thinks they like Bernie Sanders they haven't spent much time looking into a resort will guide I don't I will personally be horrible guy politically horrible food lines all good yeah she said that he meant it you want to wait long for some food maybe a bolo for bread which it will that your guy Bernie but health care was a big focus and they actually tried to hang healthcare as this functional as it is around the neck of president Donald Trump I don't get it but that's what they tried to do seriously course obamacare was shut down our throats in two thousand nine when the house and Senate were both Democrat and the present was a Democrat Barack Obama the federal government took over one sixth of the economy by forcing obamacare down our throats he had to pay off Nebraska the Cornhusker kickback had to pay off Louisiana Louisiana Purchase had to make a false promise that abortion wouldn't be would not be covered to get bart Stupak and a group of six or twelve Democrats in the house to agree with obamacare also you can get it passed and they got a past and was challenged in court John Roberts makes a ridiculous decision siding with Democrats re writing the law to make the individual mandate attacks which made it legal in his mind and not a fee or penalty it was going to say it was twenty five hundred a year household it didn't it cost us five thousand more year it was going to see a decrease of force a decrease in our prices of the doctor didn't it's our all of our deductibles go up all over premiums go up the insurance companies loved obamacare because it helps insurance companies incredibly to the tune of billions more dollars and now the very people that voted for it wanted it and but and supported our standing on government on Democrat debate stages acting like healthcare is broken and insurance companies are making too much money they all knew this would be the by product of being for obamacare and then they actually stood there on stage and try to save the current president somehow is the reason why our healthcare system is broken what on god's green earth are they Smokin it's like they'll get good and good high before they walk out there on stage and then just act like idiots so healthcare is a big focus does it need to be fixed yes hi senator John McCain not done the thumbs down at two o'clock in the morning obamacare would have been gone we would have gone back to our system that we had before and then we come up with a better system a socialist takeover a socialist takeover of anything he's never going to benefit the government doesn't fix things by taking them over it always ruins them and and squanders the money how do you fix healthcare it's easy you get healthcare account when you're born it starts being fed by your parents or when you start working at fourteen fifteen years old Hey you start donating into it generally speaking people are much healthier younger we generally runs or health issues as we get older so you feed money into that whatever percentage of your pay we're represented that your employer wants to match whatever percentage your mom wants to give you whatever you put into an account and you have that account your tire life you leave one job you still have your personal health account go to the next job it never stopped that solves that problem of losing your health care would you change jobs you also allow for competition across state lines brings healthcare costs way down you incentivize businesses the offer health care some sort of supplement to their already already owned and the head of their old lives healthcare account of Manson's birth you incentivize them by lowering taxes Lauren corporate rates you see what happens when you do that bonuses happened wages increase more people are hired that's a fact it's it's a simple solution to what we've made.

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"georgie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"georgie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Now to take snaps right up under Hudson his center. Now's a little bit of a change of the line. Derek stands up. Now, he gets set play action to Washington looks deep. Incomplete who was covered. It looked to me. Like Jordy Nelson was a more open option. Did you see it that way essays? Exactly, right. And he's the fact is Derek took his eyes off a Geordie Georgie was running a seem route and the coverage had broken down. He would have been opening Derek just trusted projects in just a little bit longer. Georgia was wide open in the middle of field. I will say to unusual play calls, but Washington in the game for the first time. And so here comes your third down now and Jalen were chard the receiver in Washington out. Four receivers cars gonna throw it from the Giannis pressure. He's going to go down sack at the thirty five by you-know-who, Gino Atkins. Now Zeno may too big plays on that drive and Derek. David try to fight it when he saw Gino breakthrough. He just kinda coward and went down eight to easily. I understand he's been quite a bit. But. Trying to make a play. You gotta try to do something. Place election that last drive either. That's the third sack. They had great starting field position. And didn't take any advantage. Now, they put towns and other gun. Trying to come up with something here. Wounded moves up. Now, he lets it takes.

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Moscow, Steve Tasker and Dr Jon Murphy discussed on One Bills Live

One Bills Live

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Moscow, Steve Tasker and Dr Jon Murphy discussed on One Bills Live

"Mccoy on instagram he has been accused of domestic assault child abuse animal abuse steroid use accusations made in an instagram post uploaded earlier today mccoy responded to the allegations quite quickly saying for the record the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false the bills reportedly are aware of the situation we have no further details on that about shawn mccoy the allegations made just before we went on the air at twelve noon today meantime the nfl players sociation has filed a non injury grievance against the league on behalf of players challenging the league's new anthem policy the union says this new policy was instituted without consultation with the union the two sides you're gonna talk the nfl's agreed to proceed with discussions close confidential discussions as they try to find an answer to the anthem issues the sale of the carolina carolina panthers to head fund hedge fund billionaire david tepper took place yesterday in nfl record two point two seven five billion dollars tepper now officially takes over the day to day operations of the panthers it's official lebron james is now a laker the lakers announced the signing last night as a free agent confirming the shift the brian agreed to a four year deal worth one hundred fifty three million dollars with the lakers the tampa bay lightning have signed an eight year extension for winger nikita kucherov that kicks in in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty world cup semifinal and all european lineup being celebrated by the world cup belgium in france play today in saint petersburg russia two o'clock this afternoon then croatian england meet tomorrow night in moscow it's the fifth time the last four teams left as featured only european teams and serena williams remains on a path for an eighth wimbledon crown and twenty four grand slam titles you beat italy's camelia georgie to reach the same finals earlier today that is the update from one bills dr jon murphy and steve tasker in our one buffalo studio joined right now by senior writer for sports illustrated and the m qb happened to have our friend jenny renta's online hi jenny it's jon murphy.

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Mattel CEO resigning “to pursue a new opportunity’’

24 Hour News

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Mattel CEO resigning “to pursue a new opportunity’’

"News time four fifty six now bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins here's larry kofsky technology and consumer products company stocks led a modest wall street decline the dow jones industrial average dropped eighty three the s and p five hundred fell fifteen the nasdaq composite tumbled fifty seven a change at the top for mattel ceo margot georgie she's leaving after just fourteen months she'll be replaced by the company's incoming executive chairman tells shares lost half their value while georgia yadda was at the health at and t ceo randal stevenson took the witness stand today to defend the company's planned takeover of time warner he's expected to be the final defense witness is at and t fights government lawsuit to block the eighty five billion dollar deal i it was then it wasn't elegant said it won't be for drug maker shire hours after indicating that it might the brief drama followed shires rejection of a sixty billion dollar offer from japan's takeda pharmaceutical talk calling it insufficient bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour i'm larry kofsky for ten ten wins news time four fifty seven experience the phenomenon critics can't keep.

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