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The Hockey PDOcast
"halford" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Stories that matter to Vancouver sports fans. Halford and brough in the morning, subscribe and download the show on Apple Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. All right, Matt, sorry for cutting you off there before we went to break. I'll allow you here to give listen, I always have space. I always say it's based on this PDO cast. For Connor Clifton stories because I maintain the no show that doesn't cover the bruins on a full time basis spent nearly the amount of time talking about Connor Clifton that we have here. And I think deservedly so I think I've been I've been vindicated. I've been proven quite right this year because they've given ML larger role and he's thrived and he's shown everything that I've talked about for years, which is despite his frame and despite his size. He's an absolute menace who punishes you and I think this is where you need to do. Next time you see Connor Clifton, you need to give him my business card. Tom to hire me as his agent because he's got a big easy guy I got a big contract decision coming up here this summer and I don't think there's anyone more fit to represent him than myself. You know what? He's really everything you want in the modern defenseman. He loves, like you said, he loves to hit you to reverse hit you. He doesn't mind to be hit. He's just fun to watch from a physical standpoint, especially being 5 11, one 80 or whatever he is. I think he might be one 90 now. But and also, he loves to go, like he loves to take the puck up the ice and wheel the net and look for something, you know, or just kind of get open for a one time or he's so much fun to watch. So the story is his NHL debut came in Dallas in 2018, November, whatever, 2018. And I had a perfect view, I was right on the red on the blue line with a bruins in the bruins on from the press box in Dallas. His first shift. Gets on the ice.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"halford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rangers won in Vancouver. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak. On Bloomberg 11 three O New York, Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C., Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston, Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco, Syria's exam one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app. Good morning, I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow in U.S. stock index futures, little change this morning. We check the markets all day long here on Bloomberg and again, S&P Dow and NASDAQ futures are all little change the decks in Germany is up half percent ten year treasury up 6 30 seconds. Yield 3.78%, Nathan. Well, Karen the rise in stocks this morning follows solid earnings. Let's begin in Europe where shares of standard chartered are up more than 1% the London based lender announced a $1 billion buyback and is forecasting higher returns. We spoke with the chief financial officer Andy halford. The more we can drive the profitability of the business up, the more we'll get the business back in the fairly valued and as I said, that is what we are completely focused upon what is fair value, time will tell, but we are driving the business performance up. Standard chartered CFO Andy halford says the bank is optimistic on income growth for this year, thanks to rising interest rates and a brighter economic outlook. Well, Nathan shares a commerce bank or up almost 8% in Frankfurt, the German bank says it expects profits for this year to be even higher than in 2022, and here's commerce being chief financial officer bettina orlob. 2022 was really really a strong year. I mean, the last time that we have shown a similar net income result was in 2010. It is because of very strong revenues, clearly also driven by the net interest rate environment, but also because of the very disciplined cost management and CFO bettina or lab tells us commerce bank is planning a dividend for the first time in four years. I care in the U.S., Karen shares of Cisco are up more than 4%. The computer networking companies giving an upbeat forecast, Wu Jin Ho is a senior technology analyst at Bloomberg intelligence. Fantastic numbers all across the board. And look, Cisco is part for the course for what I've seen in the rest of networking. We saw arisa networks beating raised last week, as well as Juniper network sell raised their 2023 guidance because demand for networking gear has been resilient. And Cisco is proving that to be the case. Bloomberg intelligence senior analyst woojin hoses, Cisco's forecasting sales this quarter will rise at least 11%. Well, as good as the Cisco gains are this morning, Nathan, they don't compare to the performance of Airbnb yesterday, the stock soared more than 13% after a record year in an outlook that beat estimates. We spoke with CEO Brian chesky. We're seeing more recovery short term stays. We're seeing more people go to cities and we're seeing more people cross borders. Between urban and cross border, that was around 80% of our night's book before the pandemic. So it's really more a matter of a recovery of the old ways of traveling. And a real sustainability of the new ways, including people staying longer and traveling to more places. Brian chesky says Airbnb had its highest number of active bookers ever last quarter, hear more of our interview with the Airbnb CEO coming up shortly on Bloomberg, daybreak. Well, Karen, we have some headlines on U.S. China relations this morning. There's word Beijing is sanctioning both Lockheed Martin and a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies. China says it's over those U.S. companies participation in arms sales to Taiwan, the Chinese government will ban trade with Lockheed and Raytheon missiles and defense. Meantime in Washington, the fight over spending in the death ceiling, starting to intensify the congressional budget office says the government could default as soon as July if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling. Democratic senator Ben cardin says he's all for cutting the deficit, but not by cutting entitlements. Well, we need to do is have an agreement between Democrats and Republicans that have said why 24 appropriation bills are going to contain the capsule of that spending as to how we're going to pay for it. Does it include social security and Medicare cuts? No. Maryland, senator Ben
Bloomberg Radio New York
"halford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the U.S. yesterday so pretty fascinating story when you look in the bond markets and the move on two year yields which have soared like 50 basis points since the non farm payroll figure 4.6% is where we trade on the two year on the ten year we trade at three 78. In the FX markets Bloomberg dollar spot index is sinking a tenth of 1%, the pound regains its footing a tenth of 1% part of the story around the FTSE yesterday was the drop in Sterling, the Euro trades at one spot zero 7, Bitcoin continues the gains we saw close to 9% gain yesterday were up by one and a half percent of this morning. That is your Bloomberg radio business slash Charlie. Let's get more now on our top story. Standard chartered has announced a $1 billion share buyback as it seeks to fend off being a potential takeover target. The London based bank reported earnings for the fourth quarter that were dented by rising credit impairments. Standard chartered CFO Andy halford has been talking to our colleagues on Bloomberg TV. Speaking to anchor Manus cranny, he defended the bank's performance after it missed estimates. Take a listen. With respect, I do think the numbers prove it actually. So what we've printed today is a 15% growth in our top line. That is the highest top line we have had since 2014. A 15% growth in our Boston line. Again, the highest that we've had since 2014, we printed the highest return on tangible equity, which is our primary metric at 8% that we've had over that period of time. And we have had the strongest fourth quarter growth that we have had for many, many years. So I do think the direction of travel here is really, really strong. And the fact that that is enabled as you mentioned to increase the buybacks that we have already done in the past few months by a further $1 billion. So this time last year, we said the intent was to return $5 billion to shareholders over the next three years. So last year of this year next year. And we are now 2.8 billion into the 5 billion. So absolutely on track for delivering that. So I think the direction I travel is a great one and I think we should have a very confidence now in the future for the bank. Is the buyback the $1 billion buyer back today Andy part of a defense against a potential FAB bid was the pressure from one of your biggest shareholders time effect to up this dividend. Is it a defensive move? No, it's exactly not. We would have done this whatever the speculation was out there. As I say a year ago, we'd said 5 billion over three year period. We have consistently looked at where we have got excess capital and said, do we need to keep it in business? If not, let's return it. It shows we bought that last year. We bought back a sub 6 pounds that shares were buying that now will be 7 pounds or thereabouts and hopefully over a period of time we'll look back and see that the money was fairly now is being spent very wise prices and I think this will have happened irrespective of our capital print is very high, very strong. So this is very affordable on that basis alone. So you brought up the speculation and of course it is about FAB here in the region in Abu Dhabi looking at standard chartered. We understand a Bloomberg scoop. Do you see any merit you and the board of a combination of FAB and standard charter? Would it work? Would it be a good fit? Do you see merit? We're not going to comment upon speculation. There has been no contact whatsoever. Bill minor management team, the board's job here is to run the bank, get it back into rude health. That is what we are doing. That is a 100% of the focus our interest should be in focusing our time or what we can influence. And as I said, I think the journey, the direction of travel that we're on is a very positive one, and that is where our focus will continue to be as we move forwards. So absolutely no communication whatsoever from FAB with you other management team. Correct. Speculation is 30 to $35 billion. Is that a fair value for standard chartered? If we are in this season of perhaps satisfied, it is in place to take over. We understand 30 to $35 billion cash offer. Do you see that as a fair value? Or what is the fair value for standard chartered? We are focused on getting the underlying performance of the business up over the last few years. We have been substantially improving the fabric of the business. We have had quite a number of our businesses this year that have held all time record income growth, whether that be in China or Vietnam or the U.S. or Singapore business is firing at all cylinders. And that is where our focus is, the more we can drive the profitability of the business up, the more we'll get the business back in the fairly valued and as I said, that is what we are completely focused upon what is fair value, time will tell, but we are driving the business performance up the share price has been responding quite nicely over the last year and we think there's still a lot of room to go. Your credit impairment charge is $344 million due to China real estate and sovereign downgrades. On the credit impairments Andy, as you look at the UK and you look at China, do you expect this to be a steady state number? Or should I assume that these credit impairments will rise and rise materially? So what we have said is the last couple of years we have probably been by long-term averages in relatively benign times. And I think the context of this $800 million sounds a lot in its own right. But the context is a $300 billion loan book. So actually, it's a proportion of that. It is still relatively modest levels. We said it may rise over the next two or three years a little bit further to normalize with the long-term cyclical averages, not dramatically, but rise a little bit more over that period of time. But so far as you say, last year was really about two things trying to commercial real estate and sovereigns. Other than that, the rest of the book behaved really well. That was standard charted CFO Andy holford speaking to Bloomberg's nana's cranny. Okay, ready, fantastic to get that interview. Now it's coming up to 7 32 a.m. here in London. If you're just joining us, you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak here. I'm Caroline Hepburn. And I'm truly wells. Brief update on the mark is basically with risk on stocks are rising at a despite the confirmation reaffirmation of rising yield certainly from Christine Lagarde, a three 78 of the U.S. benchmark yields stock futures in the green U.S. stock 50 futures up by 6 tenths of 1%. Let's have a look then at our top stories, so we did a chartered let's also talk about Credit Suisse which has paid $210 million to the Georgian tycoon, bidzina ivanishvili, this in a settlement, the billionaire sued the Zürich based bank over money that he argued had been unsafely invested. It comes as the lender is trying to rally clients and staff with employees at its planned spin off investment bank that's first Boston being told that they will become shareholders in that new venture. And former JPMorgan executive just staley engaged
Bloomberg Radio New York
"halford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That replacing halford would mean Bill winters would continue a CEO for another two years. Halford and winters have led a multiyear restructuring at standard chartered, which has led to a loss of thousands of jobs and a greater focus on digital banking. And that is your Bloomberg business flash high bravo. You post Thanksgiving turkey stuffing and all the riches that go with Thanksgiving to buy equities. We're just here seeing the Bank of America survey, which is they want to buy bonds, not equities, and we've just had Deepak macro with me. Concurring in that view, then I was like up three tenths of 1% Tesla has gone for a recall of a number of cars in China. Let's see how Tesla performs later today in terms of the opening when we return from the U.S.. They've record thousands of cars in China on a software and seat belt problem. All markets? Let's have a little check in on the oil price this morning. We are just seeing a little bit of a rally. There's, again, a great deal of soul searching going on in Europe and the G 7 in terms of the price cap for oil, which has not been agreed as yet. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg television. Swiss sport offers a central amino pagado. International dollars, but a must inform us human beyond the sport albeit ocean. Obviously it has three sport punta con Diego careers, palace with sport albeit, obviously sport pun dot com. First, in global business news. The markets matter and they are moving. Yields actually lower globally from New York to San Francisco. Headlines involving Twitter. From London to Hong Kong. It has been a week of huge gyration. The world turns to Bloomberg for market moving headlines. It's all eyes are on what's going on in the tech space. The dollar really taking control here. Bloomberg television. The Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg dot com. Check your local listings for the cable or satellite provider in your area
Talk Is Jericho
"halford" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"He said, when he finally came back to sing, he had a lot of issues with the saliva in his throat, and that sort of a thing. And obviously, his voice now is maybe better than ever, at least in the modern era. How did the throat cancer affect your voice and how were you able to adapt to it and come back to singing full throttle? Same thing. I have issues with my voice with saliva. See, I think what happens is when your head goes inside of that radiation chamber, there are certain things inside of your body that is not going to survive in your hoping that you push the envelope to the brink of death of the organ. Until it's had enough and then you stop and you let it convalesce back to normal health. For me, fortunately, a lot of the stuff that was damaged is coming back. My memory was totally foobar. And I'm starting really. Yeah, I would be in the middle of a conversation and I have to ask the people that I love that are around me to help me because of you know what happened to all of the radiation and the chemo was gnarly too. I had a lot of chemo too. They talking about something and sometimes depending on what part of the day it is, I'll just be tired or medication will catch up with me and I'll forget what I'm talking about. I'll get on a tangent because I have so many stories I want to tell. We'll be talking about something and I'll think, oh yeah, and then it's like, oh shit, you know what I'm saying? All right, all right. Do you have a metal heart to? Spiders. In spiders. Now my nipples get hard around you, Chris, you know that. Of course, nothing's changed. Nothing's changed. Oh my goodness. Well, David, like you mentioned, when you come obviously, you hear the word cancer, you know, all of us were worried about you, but was it something that was, how bad did it get? I mean, was it something that was always manageable? It seemed like you kind of got through it, but I mean, were you like completely screwed all across the board or was it something with a treatment took care of it instantly? And it didn't take care of it. And it took time, you know, there was obviously stuff that Bonnie takes time. I mean, an extreme athlete, you know, when you get hurt, you're hurts, your aches and pains are nothing compared to an average human because you're in an elite athlete and your body has been conditioned to block out a lot of the typical pain most people would experience a stubbed tone and say, ow, you know, you have to have your toe broken, right? Because your pituitary gland is like a full on charge and rhino. Versus other people who don't put their bodies through that kind of a rigorous workout and I'm doing BJJ, sure, but I don't exercise as hard as you too, because I'm not competing. Right. But probably the worst part about the cancer treatment was the side effects, the cancer, we caught it early. We were able to deal with it without having to go under the knife. But it was still trying. And it took its toll on my family because all the different medications. You know, you have to take this one for nausea and that one for pain. And this one's for nausea from the pain, and this one's from pain from the nauseous stuff. And then this one helps you sleep, and that one helps you stay awake. And this one makes it so that you don't piss your pants and this one makes it so that you can go pee and you know and you're thinking like half of these, if I stop taking them, I don't need the other ones, right? Correct. It's just crazy and eating was hard. I didn't have much of an appetite and they said, if I didn't mean I was going to get a feeding tube and I said there's no freaking way I'm getting a feeding tube. So I ate as much as I could and what we were recording the record. We had the luxury of having someone run and get our food for us. So I was able to eat what I had a last minute craving for, unlike when you're at home and you have empty fridge and you figure, well, what's there, how can I make myself satiated with what's here versus you know that I think I'm going to have a left handed banana or something ridiculous like that, you know? Looking back in hindsight, it could have been way worse. I think if I didn't have the support system I had that it would have been worse. It's great because there's a note on will be back. A high scream that is very halford esque and I've never heard you sing like that before Dave. It's right during the solo right before the solo and it's like, wow, that was a hell of a note. Is that something that you just said, I'm gonna go for it? I've never heard you sing like that before. Yeah, I must have got hurt while I was sing because I don't remember it. Maybe it's a guitar solo sound. I don't know. To me, it sounded like a big ice cream. Yeah, thank you. You know, honestly, Chris the record so fresh in my mind and I was undergoing so much challenge from the number one challenge making the record was kind of like a hobby while I was trying to save my voice. And because I kept thinking, they're gonna take a chunk of my tongue out, you know, I'd heard that about sir Edward and right, you know, I mean, he didn't sing in Van Halen. So, I mean, granted it must be terrible to be a person and have part of your tongue removed. But that wasn't the case. I didn't lose my hair. That's a little bit of weight. Had two bad days of getting sick. That was it. You know, I had this where I did throw up, but there was only two days where I had bad days of throwing up.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"halford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We have said that only for the next two or three years as we came down the curve on rates it probably cost us about $2 billion on our top line and seeing those rates could have revert back to where they were previously We see no reason why we shouldn't see the thick end of that coming back into our numbers over the next couple of years At the natural corollary to that then is buyback HSBC were gloomy on the buyback It's an aggressive ops on but they weren't promising A glass half full With everything you've just said to us will you push forward when you upgrade your guidance on buybacks what narrative on dividend and buybacks can you give to the market this morning So we are meat flow in a $750 million buyback program We're about 80% of the way through it So that's obviously the real run through that will complete in the next few weeks We said in February that over the next three years we intend to return at least $5 billion That would be buybacks and dividends over the three year period Okay that was the CFO of standard chartered Andy halford speaking with Bloomberg's Danny burger and Manus cranny after that solid set of earnings that termination being reiterated in that interview to return cash to shareholders We heard a similar thing by the way from Barclays also a beat there a surprise in terms of how well they're trading division has done you saw a similar picture of Deutsche Bank as well the trading division doing very well there particularly around fixed income Commodities and currencies of course Credit Suisse is the outlier strong outlier when it comes to these banking earnings so far because of its own idiosyncratic reasons and the legacies of the archegos scandal which we have updates on Today of course but overall the banking sector has come out with some pretty decent earnings in a higher rates environment We were speaking to a banking analyst earlier on Bloomberg TV who suggested that that picture could continue into the second half Yeah Although of course there are concerns around inflationary pressures both wages but also input costs that we have heard from a number of companies reporting this morning including from Unilever And yes you mentioned Bill bond will of course we can't ignore the fact that he has been arrested and charged released on bail along with the CFO of our key goals And officials in the U.S. prosecutors in the U.S. laying out the case for fraud against these two individuals They have pleaded not guilty but this is going to be a major major financial.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"halford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tensions and the war in Ukraine Now is that futures are up by one and a half percent meta shares rose 19% late trading yesterday had loads of earnings the key one I think Barclays their corporate investment banking revenue 3.94 billion pounds a significant beat but also Unilever talking about the cost of inflation The inflation on input costs really going up That is if Uber media business flashes the angular top stories good morning Caroline good morning to you in let's start with archegos capital founder bull Wang has been arrested by federal agents over in the U.S. a year after the collapse of his family office prosecutors say Wang was behind a vast criminal scheme that misled banks and manipulated markets Wang and his former CFO have both pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud and have been released on bail The pair are due back in court on the 19th of May Now the bank of Japan has sparked a sharp slide in the yen by doubling down on its promise to defend a rock bottom yield target The Central Bank said it would buy an unlimited amount of bonds at fixed rates every business day The aim is to support the BOJ 0.25% ceiling on government debt yields part of Japan's stimulus measures And in bank earnings this morning standard chartered has surged the most in a decade after its pre-tax profit beat on a jump in trading income The bank raised its 2022 income growth forecast and said credit in payments are starting to normalise Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm leann gorons this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Gary with our top stories Let's get more then on that earnings picture Standard chartered reporting underlying pre-tax profit for the first quarter that was ahead of estimates the CFO Andy halford has been talking about this saying that the focus is still on returning capital to shareholders he hopes that the wealth management business will be rebuilt and will rebuild itself over the next few quarters He was speaking to Bloomberg's Danny burger and Manus cranny We turned a great start to the year so our income was up 9% in the first quarter and in fact on an underlying basis that's the best print we've had for about 7 years Our online profit was up 5% and our capital ratios on our capital returns were also very very strong So we've actually upgraded our guidance for the full year Underpinning that very strongly is the performance we've had in financial markets So the rates and FX business with all the volatility has been out there they have had a bump for the quarter and that is more than offsets like weakness in the wealth management space So overall a really really strong start to the year very very encouraged by it Andy I do have to wonder given that a lot of this is due to volatility and financial markets around the war in Ukraine Are these the type of results that can be repeated Well the volatility I don't think it's going away any time soon Now whether it will be at the same height and levels as we saw particularly over the last few weeks particularly in the month of March I guess is probably debatable But our census but that volatility is likely to be there for quite a period of time and hence why we've said the full year outturn for us looks pretty promising With HSBC they said that they had a terrible charge to deliver for the market in terms of rates Do you have the turbocharger in terms of rates expectation for the bottom line for standard chartered Andy You've often complained that you were suffering in a low rate environment What is your turbocharger Ferrari Well whether it's Ferrari Lamborghini I don't know but certainly right is really really really helpful for us The last two years has been abnormally low rates as we all know and that's been very difficult Prior to COVID the U.S. rents are like 2% just the bars are now seeing that forward curve got to two and indeed maybe 3% And in part that's why we said that our target of getting our returns up to by 2024 this is an outside chance we forget they're a bit earlier at the rates curve does hold up So Andy So you say it's going to benefit you but put some numbers on it How much is going to benefit you UBS says $1 billion Credit Suisse that it would benefit them a $150 million if we get the fed going the full Monty what's your favorite Yeah Yeah so we have said that over the next two or three years as we came down the curve on rates it probably cost us about $2 billion on our top line and seeing those rates curve revert back to where they were previously We see no reason why we shouldn't so you've got thick end of that coming back into our numbers over the next couple of years Okay so that was the CFO of standard chartered Andy halford speaking to Danny Berger and Manus cranny in terms we will be watching of course their share price their share price jumped in Asia trading hours So that on standard chartered one of our key earnings interviews this morning But it's not just that set of earnings that we should be looking at earnings from oil firms coming in The Spanish base order Repsol.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"halford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Think for us it's slightly less about the number of the right sizes It's more about how much of an increase in the rates we expect to see And what we say today is that our internal plan is that over the next three years we'll see rates rise about 170 basis points above where they start from this year actually the way the market is pricing out of the moment we are being quite conservative So the good news is whether the market's right whether we are right we do think that it will take us to get to the 10% return on our capital We've been speaking to do for a while is now shortened and though we should the year after the next 2024 actually break through that barrier Okay so that was the CFF started chartered Andy halford there speaking about the bank's results with Bloomberg's Manus cranny are also quite interesting As well as the plan to buy back shares of course which he spoke about with manners the bank reporting a 5% rise in operating expenses for the full year the cost costs going up at banks and also other businesses hugely in focus this year So very interesting interview from Andy halford at the CFO of standard charter coming up next on blue big daybreak Europe We'll talk more broadly about the markets with Freddie Lake founder and CIO of latitude investment He's got a lot of interesting tech investments He's always a fascinating listen when it comes to markets Which at the moment are mainly focused it would seem on Ukraine So we got risk off U.S. stock 50 futures down but actually now pairing some of those declines down by about a quarter of 1% and S&P 500 in.
"halford" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
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The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"halford" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos
"I run sometimes. I'm trying to get back into running. And i don't enjoy it while doing it but i enjoy the fact that i am doing and that's too far. This is my friend and former colleague. Pablo who recently became a professor at the university of toronto. Pollinator chatting about a concept. That's become a common topic of conversation with my college students. The so-called fund scale the funds gail attempts to differentiate between different types of fun. Kind one. fun is fun which is simply fun. Type one involves basically no effort or pain whatsoever. It's fun that just feels nice. Think halford sunday's drinking margaritas jumping into a pool on a warm day. Low efforts stroll in the sun gossiping with your close friends. A nice orgasm. These things are sort of darwinian. No brainers animals that have these desires reproduce more than those that. Don't but interstate phone type. Two fun is a form of fun. That doesn't immediately feel fun. When we first start the activity pursuits like my morning. elliptical workout. A really frustrating puzzle a super super hot bath. It's almost painful to step into a terrifying horror. Movie pushing through a really hard writing project activities like these. Don't actually feel good when we first get started but we often really like them anyway. I wanna be clear here. This distinction between type one and type. Two fun isn't a scientific one. As far as i can tell the concept started as an internet meme that circulated in outdoor adventure and athletic blogs. But it's catchy for psychologists like pollen me because it highlights an aspect of human nature. That's a bit of a paradox. Why is it that some of the best things in life. Just don't feel good when you start doing them. Paul has long been fascinated and sort of puzzled by these kinds of type. Two rewards as he explains in detail in his new book the sweet spot the pleasures of suffering in the search for meaning pleasures that her and feel sucky. Don't make sense from the view that many scholars have about human nature that were built to seek out pleasure and avoid pain and it's not entirely wrong. Anybody who said that we don't like pleasures is just crazy. But it's incomplete. It's incomplete because we often pursue all sorts of difficult and painful activities. I wanna have a good time but also wanna do good in the world. I wanna make the world a better place and often involves suffering in difficulty. I wanna have a good time. I also want to engage in meaningful and purposeful activities. I wanna to be able to run a marathon. I wanna raise my children. I want to write a book. Meadows are flying in the simple sense. It's not you know orgasms in hartford sundays but it offers sort of deeper satisfaction. Pulse book argues that what we like is complicated. Take hard work. For example to most part humans animals. Avoid effort if i walked refrigerant. I'll walk straight terrific. Walk around twenty times after it is difficult. takes up. calories takes energy takes time but the paradoxes. Sometimes we seek it out that said police quick to point out that adversity and discomfort only feel pleasurable when we willingly decide to engage in them. Something paul refers to as chosen suffering critical. That you choose to do it new things. In the absence of choice artist terrible tortured or misery. And there's nothing good to be said about so that degree of choice of control is critical. But what's weird about. Humans is that we often do choose to engage in time. Consuming effort full and even painful activities pause book describes lots of surprising cases of seemingly objectively terrible activities. That many people really enjoy doing one of his favourite extreme. Examples comes from famous paper by the economist. George lowenstein about the challenges mountaineering from the standpoint of tight one fun of pleasure. It's terrible people described constant physical pain. These are high altitude clients have headache throughout just stuck in a ten for day. Going mad with boredom. There's real terror because often people are killed. Our main in these things. And so lois is why in the world. Do people do this. Lowenstein came up with a few answers once the help to explain not just truly dire activities like mountaineering but also the less extreme more routine cases of type two rewards that many of us seek out all the time. His first answer is that we sometimes choose suffering build activities because they helped to bolster our identity. I'm doing tell the world and maybe to tell myself. Look how tough i am. Look at my skills. Look at my endurance but a second and maybe even more important reason we enjoy good heart. Pursuit is because it gives us a sense of meaning. It is purpose given activity that involves tremendous difficulty and so it gives you ray satisfaction but this raises an even bigger question. Why does effort in suffering wind up feeling good. Paul argues that hard work and field good because they take up a lot of mental bandwidth. I think dogs and monkeys and cats may just go for the pleasure to people are complicated and one thing is we have the burden of our consciousness where we're conscious of our bodies were conscious of our history of our futures. We worry a lot and it weighs on us and it's nice to be relieved from it. This is one function of pain and painful experience intense exercises. Is that it pulls us out of ourselves this psychological state where we get so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter. Is what famed positive psychologist me. High cheek set me high called flow. You know urine flow if hours go by and you don't even need this. Time's gone by you. Forget the you've got to do things. I wish i was in that state. more often. check sent me hi. I discovered blow in an experiment with teenagers. He gave his subjects beepers which went off at different times of the day and subjects had to report what they were doing and how they felt much of the time. The teens reported feeling bored are unhappy but there were a few moments of the day when they felt a lot happier. Melania were watching. Tv or eating something delicious but when they were going for harder type two rewards especially ones that required a combination of skill and effort to accept me high also found that. There's a sweet spot the skill and effort needed for flow inducing activities. They aren't so easy that they're boring. They're not so incredibly difficult. That you're freaking out your stress. You just find yourself in the middle and if you do it right time just flies by paul's work on the pleasures of suffering has convinced him that we'd all be a lot happier if we skipped a lot of the easy type one rewards and tried to get a bit more flow in our lives. You read cheek. Semi high subscription at people's lives full of flow and lisa. Jimmy if you envy. I find it tough. I try every morning to engage in flow activities really fully engaged but the world makes a tough as i do this. I have my twitter in the background. I had my email the aztecs. And if i'm a good person. I shut down if i'm normally i'm late this morning. Distractions is just too much like paul. I've seen firsthand that flow. Inducing type two rewards have a real startup cost. That's the reason. I struggle so much had the elliptical in the morning it's often too hard to forego the easy type one reward of staying in bed in order to reap the type to reward that my hard workout eventually provides but the problem isn't just with my morning exercise routine. I'm lucky enough to have a profession that requires doing lots of effort. Full full inducing stuff. But i also spend a lot of my day doing easy things stuff. That doesn't require any effort checking my email scrolling to the next screen read it watching some mind-numbing reality. Tv show and spending my time doing this. Easy stuff as an enormous opportunity cost. There are so many hard but rewarding projects. I want to engage with. I want to write a book and wanna learn italian. I wanna watch the important but kind of intense movie. That's been stuck in my netflix. Cue for months. I want to build up to crow in my yoga practice. All of these activities would give me a real sense of satisfaction and a wad of joy but achieving. Those things are hard and so a lot of time. I just end up. Not doing them and research has found. I'm not alone. They do these surveys where he asked people about flow experiences in her life experience. A just do easy things. And i think that's the bad way to live a life but i.
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Mere Mortals Book Reviews
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"You just said you won't read the introduction yup yup yup yup. It's different people. And this is because in the introductions those things you have people telling you this is what you should think about the book. This is what the author was trying to expose. Etcetera etcetera. Whereas the acknowledgements are very superficial. Thanks mom thanks dad. Thanks editor but it can give you a crucial piece of information which is thank. You publishes for allowing me to take my own work and put it into this piece of what now is. I've expressed many times in the past. I'm not a fan of compilation books. Not a fan of people taking their own works. And splicing it up and putting this and i feel it just reads as if it's not a continuous floor. As if it's the author across multiple different time periods. I get it. You're trying to do this sort of thing. Maybe you're trying to save time. Maybe you're trying to show something with this. That's totally cool. But for me. Every time i read a compilation book i just go. I can see. I can see the flaws in this. I can see why it's not super smooth why it doesn't excite me why i'm not totally drawn into it every time every single time and a little bit for my final summary. Unfortunately the structure is just not my style. Even moss reading it was too jumpy was all over the place to non linear. Why is he talking about him and his wife and mexico in this point. Then the next chapter talking about being in brisbane doing this thing and then the next point going back to single traveller and talking about this and then this author in their works it just didn't particularly line up for me and upon learning it was a compilation made me go see what now. Fortunately it did hit a lot of cool things for me. I love south america. I love columbia. And he didn't talk about columbia. But i love argentina and the different types of things of spanish of learning different cultures of traveling of books gabrielle. Got to see a marcus. All of that way up my alley so that really did save the book and is what kept me going through it so unfortunately just in total. I can't say i loved it. I'm going to give it a six out of ten requiem with yellow butterflies out. It's just not going to be super memorable for me as usual with the ozzy books or give some ozzy slang not too much in this one. The number one would be mate. Of course i've mentioned this before. Mate is just a superstar way of saying my friend or you or hey or etc so a mate can be it can be a boy can be ago. that can be an animal it can be an object. It's yeah that's my made over. They're particularly referring to people. But hey that's cool. The other one was to get smashed and this might not be super stray. And i would imagine other coaches have this as well but to get smashed is essentially to say to get drunk. I was spanish last night of his very drunk. Not so we've come to the end of another book review. And i really do want to thank you for joining me up until this point. If you'd like to hear more you can hit follower or subscribe on whatever platform is. You're listening and if you could go to apple itunes and leave five stars nice review. That really does help me out to interact to connect with me. You can find me on instagram at me models podcast and other than that. I hope you have a fantastic day wherever you are in the world carnet..
Mere Mortals Book Reviews
"halford" Discussed on Mere Mortals Book Reviews
"I maybe more shallower look. It's still profound in a way. 'cause i try and go deep as i can but at least i'll go down like a submarine and then come back whereas might be just going down down deeper and deeper and so for me. It does get to that point analyzing where you're trying to drag out too many things of looking into this and looking to the and saying oh this is what this is and you can interpret this this way and then this for this onto this and for me i just go. That's that's too much. I'll i'll stick with these briefings i can get from it. And then maybe i'll go onto something else onto my personal observations and takeaways and this is the second book in aurora where i felt. Wow this is actually to eerily similar to me but for this one was maybe more superficial so with the other book review. I did recently of my brother jack. We were talking about how my character. My innate personality was so similar to that of david meredith whereas for this one. I see myself in the author james health and go damn. That's there's a lotta coincidences here. In terms of things that we have both on physically in the real world both traveled south america. He was about ten years earlier than i but still. We been through similar similar experiences with both around the same age. We're both from brisbane australia. We both have a passion for reading and literature. We both went to q. With we both had a partner who was from overseas we both that was so many different things where it was like holy shit. I'm very similar to this guy and this is funny in a way and it might just be superficial. Because i actually don't know anything about his personality. The book is really not too much on him. It's more on some of the experiences and the literature and the countries. It's not so much about him. Him diving deep into him and i would actually like to try and meet him at some stage because he is in brisbane so this might be a possibility but it was like wow how similar but not too similar in a way it was. This was more these superficial. This is me and him did very similar things and this is what dreamy into this book because man. There is a lot of cool things i like. This is the stuff that i like. Condensed into a book. But it's not me per se. It's not going into the deep apart of my personality. And what is within me. I guess now this really brought some flashbacks and memories for me and this is good and bad. Maybe for the book as a reading. Because i was associating my own things onto this. So he talked about exact locations. I've been in the medico in the zocalo in buenos iras and plaza. Italian places where i was physically walking around. I was touching and seeing things. I'm chocking all of my memories. And therefore the emotional states and feelings i had onto that and then onto the character in the book whereas maybe he was trying to express something completely different. Maybe this was not what he wanted to charlotte. So whilst very cool because i could totally relate and visually see it in my mind and even go into my computer and pick out some photos and oh yeah that's right that zocalo i was rare. That's over thing but maybe that's not what really gives this book. It's own flavor. Because then i'm adding myself into it and i'm not seeing this as a pure work of james talbot and now it's like james alfred with visual imagery from kyron. Now my final observation. Take away. And i'm gonna say learning is that perhaps i should read the acknowledgments. Before i begin the book would kyran..
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"halford" Discussed on Mere Mortals Book Reviews
"Don't want to be where i was anymore. Find enough reason cool enough to do that. But that is not typically the reason that would save when travelling. It's not running away from something. Kid was one of the other things that i just said. So that travel why we do it. I think there is definitely good reasons for it. But it's really hard when you're in the moment to nor y and once again i'm talking particularly about long-term backpacking travel going for vacations and things like that a little bit of a different story. So let's take myself for an example. What was some of the reasons. I would give while traveling through colombia through argentina through mexico and i usually would say something along the lines of i wanted to broaden my horizon and all i had this inspiration from the bulk of dead bat paraguay etc etc now whilst these were true. I think that were more urgent pressing influential factors. That went into it. So i have mentioned in the models. Podcast a bunch of times. Now that once. I step foot in chile. Once i actually got off the plane i almost would have been content with just leaving there and going back home because i did. What was the most scary thing to me in the world going to a completely different place not speaking the language and so once i was actually there everything was sort of bonus from then on. I did get to experience tons of cool things and meet new people. I would also say that fia was deep within with regards to being a loser to be interesting to not having anything to do as well. It was almost like i've finished the mining job. I was in. And i didn't really know what i wanted to do in life and it was like all right. Let's just attach myself to this thing and this will give me some meaning and purpose for the next fourteen months as it turned out to be so whilst i think there are plenty of good reasons to travel and i think most people have an inkling..
Mere Mortals Book Reviews
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"Then. Benito's mom mammal lattes welcome to another mammals book review. The book is for those who wanna transcend beyond their own mortality to get something juicy fruitful than the books that they're reading and maybe juice seem fruitful. Isn't the correct adjective. Maybe i should be using pretty and magical. Because i have something for you. It is requiem with yellow butterflies by the australian author. James and so what is the book about. Gimme some synopsis current. Okay calm you butterflies. I will this book was published in two thousand nineteen and it's known linnea it's jumpy and it's got a very back and forth structure and it's very hard to describe exactly all the things that is in here. I would say primarily. It is his two thousand seven travel memoirs going through south america in particular venezuela paraguay brazil argentina for example. It's also his present day learnings with his wife in brisbane so he's talking about their relationship. Some of the interactions that they have maybe even a little bit about him as a boy before going to south america and traveling and final pot will be a story with a mixture of an expose of literary figure so the title of this book for example recreation with yellow butterflies while the yellow butterflies. Last mariposas come from gabrielle. Got see a monica's and his book..
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"Dot Halford fost or leaders welcomed into their ranks to the U. S. President Joe Biden welcoming vitals, liberal policies on climate change and open borders. By the spark of unity, but the same time impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump continue. Just hours after his swearing in, Biden began of taking executive action by citing more than a dozen executive orders in the Oval Office. He said. It's just a start. He'll need help from Congress, Starfire keeping the promises I made to the American people. Long way to go. He's just executive actions. They are important, but we're gonna need legislation for love The things we're gonna do. Passing of nearly $2 trillion covert relief bill is one of President Biden's top priorities, Press secretary Jen Psaki says of primary focus for President Biden is getting the pandemic under control this package. Is a pivotal step to doing that, and Saki says the president will take an active role in the negotiations with Congress. He will be very involved. The $1.9 trillion Covad package includes economic assistance for the American people, as well as funding for vaccine distribution. Red Clugston Washington It remarks on arrival in Columbus, Indiana, former vice president Mike Pence says he's visiting Indiana to thank his supporters, but plans to come back to stay. Well. We just come back to India today. I've already promised Karen will be moving back to Indiana come this summer. There's no place like home. That's it says his heart was warned by a crowd of friendly faces. Three National Guard members On a routine training flight of and killed in a helicopter crash in western New York town. Wall Street mark the daughter of President Joe Biden administration, with stocks rally tomb or record highs. S P 500 rose 53 points, the Dow gained 257. And the NASDAQ shot up 260 points. Or the story's a Com. Investors. Are you seeking steady.
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"Used of inciting. But he also says free speech is under assault as he visits the southern border in Texas with an expanse of his signature border wall in the background President Trump pivoted to efforts to oust him in his final days is president. The 25th amendment is a zero risk to me. It will come back to haunt Joe Biden and the Biden administration. He also discussed last Wednesday's capital Siege and what he called the mob that perpetrated it. We believe in respecting America's history and traditions. Not tearing them down. He pleaded for peace and call saying Now is the time for the nation to hell. Good all Scott Fox name House Democrats have proposed a resolution urging the vice president to remove the president from office and an article of impeachment as investigations of last week's breach continue. The FBI now says it briefed law enforcement within an hour after discovering an on line warning about war. And storming the Capitol. The Trump Administration is telling states to make covert vaccines available to more people, including anyone. 65 older, It's an effort to speed up administering the shots. Chief operating officer for Operation Warp Speed. General Gustav Purna defends federal distribution efforts. Our responsibility is to make sure all vaccine that is RELEASABLE available for distribution gets out to the American people, and that is what we are doing. Some states are opening high capacity vaccination centers now, including Disneyland Dodger Stadium in California and Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts. A covert search continues in multiple countries, Canada's most populous province, Ontario, declaring a state of emergency issuing a new stay at home order, America is listening to Fox News. Lucky three w Y PC Mobile news on the level off the go, the cops could face new limits 41 degrees of Monument Circle. Mostly clear tonight partly cloudy tomorrow. I'm Stan Lear. Here's what's trending at four old to Indiana is moving forward on police reform. Eric Berman Reports House committee unanimously supported a bill banning choke holds and less deadly force is called for and requires police departments to supply an officer's full employment record when another department is thinking about hiring them, State police legal counsel Brad Halford, it says. That's been a problem. I can't even tell you how many background investigations I've had to do myself and very frequently the answer we.
What's ahead in the impeachment trial of President Trump
"The articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump has now been moved to the Senate the charges have been read aloud Chief Justice John Roberts is taking the oath and all one hundred seven jurors have been sworn in do you solemnly swear that in all things pertaining to the trial of the impeachment Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god trial begins in earnest on Tuesday well this week was mostly ceremony next week we will see the real process to talk more about it to somebody who's been following the impeachment closely since it began ABC news White House and Capitol Hill reporter Halford folders what we'll see we'll see these house managers they're essentially the prosecutors during this trial there prosecuting the case for the house so we'll see them they will give their opening arguments chairman Adam Schiff is the lead on this they have up to twenty four hours to present their case will also see the president's legal team also has up to twenty four hours to present the case but this is what we might also see in the beginning with there's going to be a debate about witnesses there's going to be multiple motions we expect from Democrats to call various witnesses we know Democrats want witnesses Republicans don't but there's been a renewed debate about it but what we expect our opening arguments in the senator's really have to sit in their seats quietly they aren't allowed to talk and they don't have electronics what's John Roberts role going to be and what are the senators role going to be it is just to simply sit and listen and they can ask questions that have to be written out on paper is that correct right in the those questions on on paper will come after these opening arguments and the Clinton impeachment trial I believe I believe there was a hundred and fifty questions that could last up to a couple of days but all the senators are expected to be in attendance for the duration of the trial we expected to last two to three weeks but it in terms of John Roberts role here he's essentially overseeing this trial in terms of whether he'll have an active role or have to rule on any particular thing that's to be determined but he he most likely it is going to try not to really get involved here as much as he can at least and Tuesdays the day when all of this get started in earnest right Tuesdays the day so it's still to be expected what exactly will see on that day but if it all goes as planned you'll see these managers now they'll do that walk every day by the way from the house to the Senate you'll see there's a house managers that begin a giving opening statements and presenting their case and remember chairman Adam Schiff he's the lead
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Rob Halford discussed on Answers for Aging with Dr. Dan Solloway
"Heavy metal icons Judas priest have been breaking boundaries for years. Now. The band singer, rob Halford says he's finally going to break his silence about his life band and most likely all things leather announcing. He's ready to write his memoir after previously insisting he would never do. So because of privacy concerns, telling radio deejays full metal Jackie in a phone interview. But he was thinking about things that have happened to him that people just
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Surgeons' group: Brazilian butt lift most dangerous surgery procedure
"Of the mystery of the death and. What happens in the unraveling so I would say which one do you think? Would. Go. With. The. Center right perfect yeah okay go at the center and then if you need. To show. We're all done I, don't I, feel like I you know I've got the book the Halford and. Books. For, retired halfway shows. Yeah So One hundred fifty. OK so this morning I had to laugh at GM a had this urgent. Alert it was an exclusive story at like eight fifteen vowed, printing Brazilian. Butler let's roll the audio. Donnie thanks to celebs like Nicki Menaj and Kim Kardashian voluptuous booties are in the American society of plastic surgeons has a new and urgent warning about the large number of. Deaths they, say occurred during a procedure called the Brazilian Butlin according to the society as many as one in three thousand patients, die making this potentially more dangerous than any other cosmetic. Surgery you have an increase in number of doctors who are attempting to perform this. Procedure and, unfortunately a lot of these doctors are not board. Certified Brazilian Butlin is meant to make a rear more. Shapely it basically combines liposuction with fat grafting sucking fat from where you don't want it like the, thighs your stomach and injecting it where you, do but one performed. Improper Early. There's a, risk of a fatal fat embolism is some surgeons are injecting a little bit too deep there's some important veins that, bring blood from the lower aspect of the legs back. Into the heart until the lungs twenty nine year old West Virginia mom Heather meadows. Came to, Miami for Brazilian butt lift in two thousand sixteen. She never made it out of surgery jeeze same happened. To forty year old Kizzie London in two thousand seventeen also in Miami patients to, look for a, plastic surgeon who's board certified by the American, board of plastic surgery Okay okay that, was this Beverly Hills plastic board certified plastic surgeon and then. Here's Dr Jen Ashton which is ABC's medical expert Dr Jen Ashton is gonna join us to talk this is extremely serious I want to put. This into context or through this is the actual. Warning that came out this week from. Five international plastic surgery societies they title it an. Urgent warning we spoke to a. Plastic surgeon this week who said a warning like this is unprecedented they. Are considering even banning the procedure because the risk of intra operative debt this means death on the. Table so high and put to put that into context for you we heard in the piece one and three thousand there have been studies done for, elective, plastic surgical procedures that look it over a, million patients the risk of. Dying on the table is zero his. Procedure. Is more common more popular it's up ten percent in just the. Last year so this is a big.
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Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller is reportedly going to be replaced — Quartz
"Nuclear deal after president trump's decision to pull out and pr's peter kenyon reports are on is demanding guarantees it can keep trading europe and elsewhere the us was missing from today's meeting of the countries that negotiated the nuclear agreement following trump's announcement that unless iran meets a dozen stringent conditions he will reimpose us sanctions iran contends that by pulling out the us violated the deal and that argument has widespread agreement among the five countries left the uk france germany russia and china a senior iranian official says tehran expects to continue to do good business with the russians in chinese but europe needs to find a way to protect its companies from us sanctions if they keep doing business in iran peter kenyon npr news vienna commerce department says durable goods orders fell one point seven percent last month much of that was due to a double digit decline in orders for civilian aircraft a mix end of the week on wall street the dow is down fifty eight points the nasdaq closed up nine points today you're listening to npr are while salaries for most americans have been relatively flat last year was apparently a good time to be a ceo according to data from ecuador company that among other things analyzes executive compensation ceo pay last year rose by eight and a half percent that puts the median pay package of the average ceo halford more than half earn less at around eleven point seven million dollars that pay 'bout matches the increased ceos received in two thousand sixteen when looking at salary stock options and other compensation based on the analysis the average ceo makes about one hundred sixty four times meeting pay of the average worker the the european union is put sweeping online privacy laws into place that's because of some us sites which have now shut down on the continent and peers shahani reports europe expanded with counts as personal data to include a devices gps location and ip address and spelt out new rights over that data for example residents of the eu can demand a company delete whatever's been stored about them now.
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‘So Many Bodies’: Bomber Kills Dozens Signing Up to Vote in Kabul
"This kid was innocent what was she guilty of she was killed today in this attack these people call themselves muslims on such muslims call tonight did look this this is a voting color which is grounded and blunt who come to vote when the government asks us to well the afghan president ashraf ghani has said such atrocities will not succeed in weakening the democratic process several polling centres have been attacked since voter registration began a week ago for elections in october regina brahimi is a spokesman for afghanistan's chief executive abdullah abdullah and has been speaking to the bbc the main objective of terrorist groups including taliban daishin your athletes are to disrupt the election process they tried to prevent the continuity of the democratic process in afghanistan people of on have halford in at the same time they have the experience of this insecurity and terrorist attacks for the last seventeen years they are resilient and pretty determined to go ahead with the democratic process despite these security incidents around the country well i spoke to the bbc's e zara who went the site of the attack it's a very crowded area four story building all the windows were broken and it's an area which has two high schools very close by which as a result of today's attack many kids and women have also been killed there were still angry people who were asking me while you're not reporting the right figure because the government is keeping the figure of casualties very low so it was a scene of carnage and islam excites have claimed responsibility for this attack when we hear these kind of tax in afghanistan we maybe i'll i ascension is that it is the taliban how strong is islam states presence in this particular part of aghanistan this is west of kabul where the majority of the population is shia and hussars islamic state has taken responsibility of money attacks in this part of kabul in the last few months through the winter there have been many attacks on shia mosques cultural centers political gatherings islamic state is obviously not.