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Interview With Signet EVP And Global CIO Howard Melnick
"Howard melnik. Welcome to second ovation. Thank you peter adding me. That's a pleasure. I thought we begin a howard with your your role. You're the executive vice president global chief information officer of signet. And i wonder if you could take a moment for those who may be less familiar with the company. Can you provide a brief overview as to what you all do. Let me tell you a little bit about my role and a little about signet. So i i've been at signet for about two and a half years and drew me to signet was that the company was launching transformation with a digital focus and a real customer first mentality. My sweet spot has always been integrating business and technology to create value as you mentioned. I'm accountable for information technology as well as analytics programs really focusing on things like being customer centric digital first or accelerating our cloud adoption and using analytics with machine learning in ai the Overall focus is really on driving business value. I part very closely with both our chief innovation officer arner chief digital officer To really create a world class customer experience. And so peter as you mentioned many people may not know the name sick but you're probably really familiar with the brands that we represent so first. Six cygnets mission is to celebrate life and express love so kind of what a what a great place to work at a particularly in these times where the world's largest retailer diamond jewelry and the largest specialty retailer in the us the uk and canada the brands that we have our kay jewelers zales. Jared piercing pagoda people's jewelers in canada h samuel and ernest jones in the uk and james allen which is actually a digitally native company which was a out of tel. Aviv's will thank you for that overview howard. I appreciate it Would love to talk a little bit about your your current strategy. I know from our past conversations that you've talked about the aspects like the path brilliants Some of the omni channel type aspects that you're doing and so on maybe you can dive a little bit further into some of the details of those if you would okay. Great peter so. I let me give a little background which i think really helps frame up the business strategy so signet. The group was founded in nineteen forty nine and grew organically until the late eighties early nineties. Back in february of two thousand fourteen signet acquired zales corporation which was based in dallas. And then two thousand seventeen we purchased to net. Which are the owner of the company. James allen which really starts to be our innovation hub so these acquisitions were great because they gave us breath and scale but gave me the ability now to say i have multiple technologies. Or how do i leverage that scale but at the same time be able to create really unique experiences by brand for our customers so with that we born are packed. Brilliant strategy now if you go back and think five or ten years ago. Julia was not a big on line. Purchase category jewelries intricate people. It wasn't a book and so we started to develop a strategy back in two thousand eighteen. That had three strategic pillars the customer first on the channel with a digital focus and building a culture of agility inefficiency and so peter when we last spoke which was about eighteen months ago we were just in kind of wrapping up to your one and one for us was fixing operational issues building a foundation getting us ready ear to came and that's really what strengthening our foundation rebuilding on the channel capabilities. We're actually getting us more product diversity and starting to really focus on innovation and then in year three where we sit now when we really were gaining momentum cova hit and coded for us was actually an accelerate. I would say in two months of kobe. We probably did two years worth of work. And so many companies kind of shutdown. We really started to accelerate areas of digital growth. And i think what we've seen is customer treads also accelerated things like buying line up in store curbside pickup. These are things that were kind of emerging at at slow pace but have really accelerated. I think in a post covid world are going to last forever very interesting and talk. Talk a bit if you will about the the way in which that. It strategy that path the brilliance supports the broader enterprise strategy with paths brilliance laid out. We developed an it strategy that had four key areas. I was when i called fix improved so a certain areas that we inherited that we wanted to make better Around people process technology data than the next area was with multiple brands. What are the areas. I should harmonize and then modernize and then the last area was really around innovation when we think of innovation innovation for us isn't just catch up. Its halloway leapfrog the competition. What can i do to really position as well so let me walk you through each one of those areas in some of the give some examples of things we did so if we look at one of the first area which was fixing improve. I'm a big fan of jim collins. The author good to great and one of the things he says. Is you get the right people on the bus. So the first thing we did is get the right people on the bus and then we started to look at our operating model and so since we had grown up with multiple banners multiple campuses traditionally were organized by technology by geography with some people sitting in akron in some people sitting in dallas. What we wanted to do is organize by foce. And so we started to make that shift where e-commerce team moved from traditional project teams to product teams but in other areas we started to leverage the concept centers of excellence particularly around areas like integration. Devops testing analytics.
"You so much for joining us again Dr Christopher. Halloway thank you so much for having me. Again. This is like on the east of the honors. I. Created a word. I'm just thrilled that you could join us again as you are also in Georgia. So I know you kind of through facebook and I don't think we've had the chance to actually meet in person yet but I feel like I know you and a little bit about your family just from being France on facebook and I, want to hear a little bit about your home schooling journey because you were homeschooling even before the Derby I was home schooling for the Pandey and I will say we've met at a ca or something. You're right years ago. We ready. Dump -solutely. So my home school journey though as you know, I, have twin boys that will that are almost six than they will tell you their birthday if they were in. But almost six years also, we are now in our third year of home schooling. So that means we were doing this way before Kobe decided coming here and be real disrespectful showed nations takeover. So we are in our third year, the boys are in our spray just because of their level, their knowledge skills and things like that they have. So they are actually in first grade, not kindergarten and I could talk about that more if you want me to as we go along and how we may decision, but we started within pre K. Ish in all. The way up to where we are. Now, we had a short term where we did try outside and did like art time story school outside of the home but we decided to bring them at into the home probably about six to eight months into that probably about six months actually. So for the most part, they have been home kit in it with me. Yeah, and I think you have always been working at least part-time correct while you've been homeschooling actually all time all the time. Yeah. Yeah. I have a private practice located in Douglasville Georgia in still although I do not see clients every day of the week, you know how it is like managing a practice clients it's a group private practice so just Making sure the INS and outs of the practice are good and going making sure my Africa the clinicians who are also making sure they are good as well and handling all at aided as stuff goes on with at and what is now almost two years into Bob also been an assistant professor in an online department or college yes. A lot going on. Yes. So did you know if you feel comfortable sharing? Did you know that you were going to home school even before your twins gun here? So it's always been a desire of mine wasn't too sure what that would look like my husband's in educator in his we both say that we came up through the public school systems in we are great lick it s titled and so it was something that he i talked about what we wanted the education for our children to look like and. If that could happen in the various settings that were made available to them outside of our home at the beginning I didn't know what that would look like how long we would be doing it. I just knew I candidate and want them in daycare or preschool setting at that time, and so we just really started doing everything at home with them, and then we said let's do kindergarten. Let's take it through that in. That's what we did not. Erin the first grade in. So we just say we're GONNA. Do it as long as it works for our family, the voice of never really expressed interest or asked to go to outside school I don't WanNa say reels Luca's all of Israel school when you're regardless if you decide to public private home or whatever world schooling, but they haven't expressed the desire, the most a did probably about two years ago, they wanted to ride a school bus. Most cases I owe us but so are we didn't know what that was going to look like in the beginning but we in bearing very pleased with the decision to start it answer, still be sticking with it guided, and so now that we are in the of pandemic I, do think that this is something that other parents are maybe considering even more than maybe they were before and so I'm wondering if you can just share like where someone might even start to home school because I know that there are still things you have. To do like with the state and I'm thinking, it's probably different for each state will where with someone even get started in you know making sure that they are taking the right steps to home school their actually that is going to be the first step looking to see what the requirements are or their states. Some states are very laxed some states or kind of very strenuous and have a lot of requirements in some states are Akanik inbetween of what they require. So simple here in Georgia all you need to do is just submit. Your Declaration of intent leading the art of education know that you have your child and you are educating them and that's really it. They don't ask what my education level is a don't ask what's my curriculum or what we'll be learning. They do ask the started end of my school term or semester things like at just the age of the kids.
Disappearance of Jennifer Kesse
"Picking up where we left off captain we are discussing some of the possible suspects or at the very least people that we think should be looked at in this case we we now need to take an in depth. Look at two men whom Jen worked with many people believe that one of these men not both is likely responsible for Jen's ends abduction. There is a lot in this case that points to Jennifer being abducted by somebody who knew her knew where she lived her routines whom she might have have trusted and possibly let her guard down with. Perhaps this person confronted her over her recent trip with her boyfriend and an argument ensued. Dude the story about the two co workers at Jen's workplace makes them suspects in the eyes of many followers of this case. The Orlando Police Least Department did not prioritize Jen's workplace in their investigation. Probably because she never made it into work that day the crime happened elsewhere. Swear we said that in the week after Jen's disappearance the Orlando Police Department conducted interviews with some colleagues of Jennifer's and took her computer. But really that's about it. The building she worked in had over three thousand employees Orlando. PD did not speak with every every or actually very many of them at all and there are two in particular who are Internet favorites for being her abductor. These men and were not interviewed in-depth until three years after Jennifer vanished drew. CASSIE has long told a story that may have helped spark public interest in a Co.. Oh worker of Jennifer's as a possible person of interest. He enjoys maintain that a manager in JEN's office. We're going to call. Oh Him John. He was her peer not her superior but he was very interested in Jennifer and repeatedly pestered her about going out with him. Jennifer did not date colleagues and this manager was married. Drew enjoys suggested Jennifer that she handle it by having lunch with the manager in the building's cafeteria and letting him know firmly that she did not date in the workplace drew says that as far as he knows. Jennifer did do this then after her abduction at a public event the Kassy's conducted publicizing Jennifer's case. This manager approached the Kassy's en- gave them a secret Santa Ornament Jennifer cap on her desk. Now if that were all there is is to it. Then the manager would likely get a side I from the public but he might not be a person of interest but there is much much more to this story. Oy In two thousand ten. Another Co worker of Jennifer's who is known in online forums as the pseudonym Adam Frank although although that is not his real name filed a harassment suit at cf I west gate resorts against the manager. Who We said had a crush rush on Jan rain? The manager was Adams Superior at work this lawsuit alleged that the manager was known to have a relationship with Jennifer Kesse and to have made comments deemed threatening since Jennifer went missing these included comments. That Jennifer was likely eaten up by alligators by now which he said to more than one person. It also alleged that the manager was late for work on the morning of the twenty fourth of January. Two thousand six the day that Jennifer went missing according to this complaint. The manager made disparaging comments about about Jennifer's boyfriend and he was obsessed with her Adam. Frank claimed that the manager and Jennifer had a confrontation about her trip. With Ron Ron on that Monday morning after Jennifer got back from Saint Croix within days of Adam. Filing this Rasmus suit. He was fired from West Gate. Now it is is not known whether the manager was actually late for work that day as alleged by Adam managers were not required to keep time cards but in the wake of of Adam suit and dismissal from the company a source told on concluded that it was Adam not the manager who was obsessed with Jennifer. He had sent her an email telling her she looked nice and he was creepy Stalker Ish by these accounts. It seemed that this Adam Adam Frank Guy may very well have made up the whole thing about the manager to cast suspicion on this manager on John Rather than himself right. The upshot is and we don't know but a private investigator who worked for the Kassy's views this manager as the the prime suspect and says that he has not been cleared by Orlando PD. Which one the manager? John John this this manager John was the boss us of this other employees. Who later filed the complaint Adam? Yeah thank you it is. It is difficult to follow because you really have one man saying. Look look at the manager. He said some weird stuff he might be guilty of this one. He's also saying that he also came in late that day and we have no evidence of Jennifer talking bad about this Adam before she went missing but we have evidence of her talking to her parents about this John Character. That is correct. The weird thing though is we have other sources that say that it was Adam who was late for work on the twenty-fourth and not the manager The private investigator also states. That Adam Frank again. A fake name passed a polygraph and she was able to corroborate his statements. Somehow the manager knew about Adams complimentary email to Jennifer indicating that he was monitoring her emails emails again. Another thing we just do not have answers to but it looks interesting. And I'm going to point this out here captain i. I firmly believe in reviewing this case that the individual or individuals responsible for her disappearance. They had some knowledge judge so it whether it be extensive knowledge about Jennifer Cassie or even just some general vague knowledge but they had some knowledge about this young young woman and her activities. One man that we have not yet addressed and now many feel could possibly be linked to what happened happen to Jennifer because of similarities between Jennifer's disappearance and one that he is believed to be responsible for this is two two thousand and nine a young woman named Tracy. A Cossio left a lar- in Metro. West neighborhood of Orlando with a man named James Hat. Away away the bar was called the taproom and Jennifer Cassie and her friends had been to this bar at least on one occasion which was in Jen's old neighborhood. Tracy Cossio was never seen again after this at that bar at the taproom with this man and her case is is still unsolved her. Chevy Cobalt Tracy's car was found in Cohee just blocks away from the home of the man. She left the bar with James Hat away away. Jennifer Kesse worked in Cohee hat away is now serving life in state prison in Florida convicted of an attack on another young woman. Rachel Rachel Clark whom he tried to strangle to death in her car after she gave him a ride. He was known to Brag about how he liked to strangle his victims and break their necks. Had Always ex-girlfriends told detectives. He had a morbid obsession and vampires cannibalism encierro murders. The Orlando Police Department has looked at James Halloway and Jennifer Kesse case but the fact it is there just is no real evidence to make a connection for one thing. Both Rachel and Tracy were voluntarily in hathaway's presence whereas it is very unlikely that this would ever have been the case Jennifer Cassie. It is theoretically possible that had away saw all Jennifer cassie somewhere and decided to attack her. That is possible but again it doesn't seem to be that there's any anything of evidentiary value to connect him to her missing persons case. Yeah doesn't seem like there's much of a link at all. I mean definitely similar cases but no link yet and it's it's interesting that one of his possible victims. It sounds to me has never been found as well. I think that is. There are several problems with Jennifer Kesse case. And when I say problems I mean. They're they're mysteries. These little mysteries that are inside the big mystery and one of them is not only. When did this abduction take place? And where. But also why is she never been found Bryant. There was not that big of a window a to get rid of her or conceal her and we went through a lot of the searches that were conducted. They had some hits and some leads along the way but she's never been found and that's another thing that is cadaver dogs hit on her car. Rei either right. And that's the that's the other thing that is still so troubling and hurtful to her family to this day
"halloway" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Selection for the trial of the murders of Nikola fellows and Karen Halloway began during the third week of October. A two thousand Eighteen Brian Altman key see acted on behalf of the Crown Joba Nathan. QC was counsel for the defence. Since the six men and six women of the jury told Russell Bishops acquitted of murdering Nikola and Karen was quashed by the High Court. aww appeal after new evidence was brought to light through. DNA Testing Russell. Bishop arrived in a prison van for the start of the second trial. He's faced aced accused of murdering two schoolgirls thirty two years ago. The fifty two year old has pleaded not guilty to the charges Karen how to weigh Nikola. The fellows were nine years old when they were sexually assaulted and strangled to death in woods on the outskirts of Brighton in October. Nineteen eighty six. They were near neighbours purpose and had gone out to play off to school. The jewelry heard both girls were afraid of the dark. Their bodies found the next day half a mile away. The discovery led to the largest and longest running inquiry Sussex Police have evernote prosecutor Brian Altman. QC The address the court he said the killings were entirely intentional and they were carried out in the woods by man who sexually assaulted them for resigned. Gratification that man say the prosecution was this defendant Russell Bishop.
"halloway" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"If anything my rule is that I set aside money every month for investments, but I don't always put it into the market. It's more question about whether or not I can find a great investment. And if I can invest in it, and if not I won't the coming you referred to is that I felt I was or trading because bought two new stocks. Unlike like to provide some context to that the reason why asset that is that a generally have very concentrated portfolio less than fifteen stocks. I simply can't watch hundred stocks. So wanna do is monitor a smaller amount of high quality stocks that I feel understand and training. Good prices. And the good businesses. Do come across but trading at a great price. That's really hasn't happened for a long time. Now that being said, I don't want to have much cash in my portfolio as the opportunity cost is high. Since Casto yield. And it's a balance since the opportunity cost of being invested in oil. Valued market is also high since you're taking high risk of losing your principal. So the approach use is the best high quality stocks even at fair prices that way feel like the best of both worlds or perhaps I should say the least bat given the current my conditions. I still get a return and my risk of losing. Our principal is limited. This can actually be a bit higher mentally than what it sounds like since investing in you winners, for instance, berkshire-hathaway for much higher nominal price than what you bought it. For in. The first place is difficult because it increases your average price of the stock. For instance, if you bought books Halloway at say, the fifty dollars and now you adding to that position at a stock price of two hundred dollars you feel like.
"halloway" Discussed on Double Toasted
"A fantasy the days were filled with magical childhood adventure experiences lane tag watching movies. Eating junk food, anything you could ever as a child. It's like hanging out with a friend. That's more your age. Just kid things. They would just doing kid things. He just came across his loving, caring kind sown. It was easy to believe that he was just that. Storybook fairytale Halloway today is your birthday, so congratulations. I love you. There's no thoughts of this is wrong or anything like that. Told me if they ever found out what we were doing. He and I would go to jail for the rest of our lives secrets will get you up. You feel so alone. I wanna be able to speak the truth. As loud as I had to speak the lie for so long. Oh, man Christian. Let me tell you. I am. I am not looking forward to this. Because listen man, despite those allegations way back when when Michael Jackson pass away to me personally. I don't know if it is true that sucks, but is not going to kind of fact, you know, what I felt with his music and growing up with him as an artist over the years. But, but I'm sure you know, you kind of have more emotional ties to Michael Jackson yourselves. So how do you feel about watching something like this? That's not painting him in good light. Rubber? Let's go way back in the way back machine for a second. Because you and I were sort of tangentially together when Michael Jackson died, which is you off with a friend in the I was I was over here. Anyway, the point is when he died, I freak the fuck out. Not because I was like a huge fan of anything. He had done recently. But growing up Michael Jackson was the fucking truth dog. Like, he was the best and I loved his music..
"halloway" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Her to the hospital. They knew that she had a mental health issues before that that's on the family to get them committed to a hospital and get that help. That's not what the police are therefore they're there to respond to make sure that no one gets hurt including themselves. Now, weekdays ten to eleven AM to three PM on NewsRadio KLBJ. Eighteen ninety minutes. Casey Halloway is safe. There's no one questioning this. Knew somebody in the news not around off. Get supply eighteen degrees in the pouring rain. Actually that would've been. Mom, left me Facebook. I told her. Which would explain why there? Explain what why would have their child. That doesn't make sense behavior for. Forbear expect. Votes. Is that sasquatch, Nick? Spirit phenomenon you will. Why do these children record company by guerrillas? How does a little three year old is not dressed for the winter? Stuck in the woods survive? Two full days. I'm too full four hour periods. Two nights in the woods. But actually happened. Actually, this is a North Carolina. This kid was lost in subzero. Temperatures three years old. And when they finally though, he being he came back, and when they found him he said that and it wasn't a low twenty s Fahrenheit. I mean, it was well below freezing. Two days. Kit says a bear. And and.
"halloway" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Both from fans and from people like Haley donelson, she's a freelance journalist in Scotland Suissa threat, she pieced together the whole story of tools failures it went viral. Honestly at the time when she denounced did I was just sort of in a can you believe this kind of mood and when I put it on Twitter. I really don't like people that we're going to talk about it where my friends who also knew she was because at the time, I didn't name her she walls, and the original part, the Fred it was just kind of oh Instagram there at me. Here's the thing that I think is worth talking about an Asda. Fred went on. I really did want to dig more into that particular. I had not specifically with miss Calloway. But it was more notions of of the influence our economy. More about the influence economy and abyss initially. Kaley donaldson. She didn't name Caroline Calloway in hit tweets and just referred to her as scammer. Okay. So just to be clear here. There's no evidence that this was a scam or a deliberate ploy. In fact, we've looked into it. And we think it looks just like, I don't know this organization. Exactly. I mean, I I it's a Kaley. When I spoke to her that, maybe what happened was simply a mistake. Like, you say disorganization on the past of Caroline Callaway. I could have bought that if she had cancelled the turn and learn something from it. She uncanceled at twenty four hours later, and then started to very specifically talk about me as being the source of all problems, including sailing, a t shirt with my name on it and people to pay twenty dollars for it. So that they could systematically harass me about the t shirts. That's true. Caroline, briefly tried to sell them before an online shop took, Dan. And again, we ask Caroline Calloway for comments on this and everything else we've been talking about. But she didn't respond to our messages. As you can imagine. There was a huge amount of debate online about the cancel tall and about Keighley's tweets, some people accused Caroline Halloway of disregarding, her fans, others continued to praise her Kelly was celebrated but was also accused of being nasty or a bully. What was most disappointing to me in? This is this is one of the reasons I have I'm done with the phrase, and I'm on social media spackle for awhile one. It's my mental health, and frankly feeling. But Sanders, I was very disappointed.
"halloway" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"I show like an episode TV I applied for this fellowship with some independent call project involve and would they do is they take like five directors five DP's five editors five like producing fellows and throughout nine months. They get paired with a mentor who's working in Hollywood. And then they also have to come together and make a short film, so myself in this amazing rated named Hank Jones came together, and we come up with the story caught masculine masculine and his a kind of an expert is a satirical expiration of gender roles in a world where like the matriarch easy operates very much like the patriarchy now day, but it's still very much like not quite mumble core, but is stylized in also like a slice of life. And so that's kind of the thing that we're we're straddling the line were straddling. So that premieres at LA film fest on September. Twentieth. Can you tell me more about that like the matriarch yaks like the patriarchate? Can you explain that more? Yes. So we were like Hank is is black man. But willing were talking a lot about how like there's just rampant misogyny in our community in a way to Everett. Never unchecked is just so obvious that like you go to a party and guys be like feeding girls drinks and like being super aggressive Stanley and in cat, call in all that stuff. And you know, he was talking about how he feels uncomfortable around it. And how like that type of stuff is usually like a mass that guys don't like a lot of times. Most guys don't want to do it. That's what big been taught as what is going to give them power in the universe. Like that's their. That's their Trent the transactional like currency is power like sexual dis. And so we have first started the script, and it was going to be like two guys going through the word. World. And I was like a has not sitting well with me about something. And I was like what have we flipped it and made them women? Just stay still operate. They still like they look like women there, you know, dressed in whatever, you know, feminine, you know, things whatever that means. And, but they talk theory in a way that feels I think familiar to audiences ear as in terms of like misogynistic terms, but just towards men so they're doing that. But Tories men, and it is not just a I don't think it's just like a calling out of Halloway men. Treat other women. I think it's also how men treat other men and how like that actually is not a helpful practice for like them leg is actually like hurting you guys because you could never be vulnerable. We each other that stuff isn't considered currency in that world like that's not we don't need that. And I think that like, yeah. You say toxic masculine. He doesn't just hurt women at Hearst the men as well. And that's kind of what we wanna do it..
"halloway" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"And I wanted to be a foreign correspondent. So I really had to work for the financial times because it was the only paper in Brinson that had a sort of large number of foreign correspondents in lots of different places. It would have been much tougher. Elsewhere, and it was an overwhelmingly male profession, but then the corridors of power overwhelmingly male. So that didn't really come as a shock, and you did realize early on the does of women you couldn't make any mistakes, you adjudge. They're a different. I mean, I remember one senior editor at the F T telling myself and a close friend Lizzy Halloway, he went onto become a business columnist for them that we were the first women the F T had employed on the same basis as men in other words, we had. Good degrees from Oxford or Cambridge. You know, we'd had a couple of years of journalistic experience instead of appointing in some specialist role. We were sort of going into the mainstream of career developments at the F T long with men of our generation, the idea that this was unusual was really preposterous. But it was a paternalistic rather than a misogynistic organization, and he really did have a sense that if he worked hard and did well, which meant, you know, going in every weekend to sort of you do your job on weekdays. And then you need to do something extra to really stand out and shine. But I mean for me, it was never a question as to whether I was going to do that. I always knew it would be worth it. How did you move from working as a foreign correspondent to working primarily as a writer about design? Well, I worked for the financial times for nearly twenty years. And so I wrote about politics economics corporate affairs, affirmed correspondent in Paris than I write about the crew. Of industries, which I was really the only person on the paper who was obsessed by those subjects I kind of been in long-term training with all the indie music magazines. I'd and style magazines been reading for all those years the creative industries than economically exploding and just starting to be taken seriously in terms of investment. So they needed someone to cover them. So it was actually senseless them to point. It was great fun for me. But after Milly twenty years of general journalism, I decided I did want folks on something I was really passionate about Anna. I chose design because I was passionate about it. I'd been introduced to it by Domus at Cambridge. I then read as much about it as I could. And actually there was quite a sophisticated design culture in France when I was a foreign correspondent in the early nineties central Pompidou had fantastic design collection and particularly the foreign correspond. You'll really thrown into the depend on a daily basis an expected to come to grips with a massive development. Whether it's economic political, cultural, whatever analyze it. And then describe the important implications of it, and so onto the readers so is used to doing that in lots of different sectors in areas of life. And I've always felt that that not knowingly in strategically, but instinctively has been my approach to design writing I kind of treat it like being a foreign correspondent all over again. And I love the variety of having to immerse yourself in different fields because oversee designing gauges with everything. So if you'll writing about it, you have to be prepared to do the you became the architecture and design critic of the financial times.
"halloway" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"My favorite part of every night is when we start talking bad about people in between breaks in a break. And we got time we've got five minutes where we can really get in some good digs at others that you know, we don't approve of or that. We don't you know, let's say follow their thinking or their, you know, anything get in our way. See what happens type thing? A little story for me tonight. No, nothing. I would tell him the air not on air. But just as good for me. I promise I won't tell it on air when I come right around the corner. Do you think that mean this question, mafia? How do you think TR is gonna do? He's afraid of the dog already. Right. So the Dodd tonight the dog Boston got a new bone, right? When he gets a new bony. You know? What happens is a total. You know, what you don't go near. You. Don't go near it dog when he's got a bone or food or a towel it his mouth. He's got a he's got the tally. He walks around. With you go near the towel. And there's potential to have your hand bit anything in his mouth state of Halloway state of LA, and he'll growl at you'll give you a warning they'll give you one warning like. And then if you proceed you're gonna you're gonna get a little action, they you're gonna regret. So I think TR is actually. Dial. My dog is a dangerous and my dad who's in his mid eighties is afraid of him. The. There for today. Got here this morning. My plan did work mafia getting my father at the baggage claim did work with the limo driver. I was very surprised considering the stories I've heard about him not even be able to even as her cell phone. I was worried that you'd be able to find his way from the gate all the way to the baggage claim Jimmy them an extra forty skins for picking up. My dad by you know, by foot going in park and going in and getting him. I gave him an extra forty spot. Is that a decent, Deb? I think are just picking him up at baggage claim because my dad a does not know how to answer a cell phone anymore, which is a problem. So he's got a phone not answer. It. That's that to me is like problem number one of the day, if you're out and about like, you're at some airport or something you don't know where you're going, and you can't answer your phone is not a problem that that to me is a problem. So I'm a little worried about him. But I'm I'm very worried about him walking around the house with the dog the dog if my dad goes to the bathroom, let's say late night tonight at four or five in the morning. The dog will growl. Well at him when he comes out of the room because my dad is a new obstacle for the dog in the way. Right. Who's this guy? Who's this old guy? Inhabiting my space. Because as you know, my dog jumps on furniture beds, sofas chairs it just runs. The roost right now used to be that you kept them in the room in the the master room there. But now I hear that. That's the case. Now, the doors wide open against Roman nights because he likes sleeping on the king chair. He he calls it. The king chair Boston. He sleeps in his king chair by himself in the dark. He's afraid of nothing the dog if you if you can ring my doorbell my house or come near my house. Trust me. You're not going to have a great evening. You are not gonna you come near my house, the dog will it'll kill you. It'll literally eat you yet is insane. There's some something wrong with it though is a couple of screws loose, but that dog's not afraid to attack someone, of course, not now forget fighter flight. There is no fight with that dog. Everything's fight. If the dog if you came in my house, what would happen to you or me nothing. He loves me. But what would happen to someone that doesn't know him? You jump? Take him down. Go nuts on him and bite him. And when it by you, it doesn't let go. I mean, it's it's a full body. Grab Thomas in Dallas on the ticket. You're on CBS sports radio. Hello. Thanks, royal. A I wanted to ask I mean. The fight. And I regret that I did seem to fight. And I didn't hear your first reaction after the fight from what I understand is that Kerry won most of the rounds. And while they got know the two crazy down. Yeah. I mean, the bottom line is very one to fight and everyone that knows anything about boxing. They know that very wanting to fight he wanted at least seven or around. The problem is is that I have no problem with the draw because wilder knocked him down twice with heavy shots. The money round twelve round knockdown was super impressive right left hook. It was like a right hook and a left cross that got me hooked at across and nailed in the knocked him out flush, but he got up at the count the guy popped up like he was on adrenaline or something. Dinner Adderall, and the guy popped up was throwing hands and he survived and he finished the fight. And then, you know, you couldn't take it away from very he clearly wanted to fight seven eight nine rounds, some people dot and the other guy he can't take away his WBZ bell. When he knocks down a three hundred pound guy twice like he was Kleenex. So he dipped him over like a Christmas. Tree. All I know is I had the end of the day the more. I thought about it a day later and a dollar short. I thought it was a draw myself, and let me tell you, and let me tell you this story. Here's a little surprise for you. It looks like that fight in Dallas at Jerry's world Carver high spans and Mike Garcia. That's on FOX in March. There's a heavy consensus that will be rolling to the big d for this fight as well. Gets ferrallonthebench on the road again on the road again, again, wait to get out on the road again. Bam. Bam back to the big Dallas again with all those Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders that I wanna sleep with young. There's certain things in life. You.
"halloway" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"You're out a pay. How can I balance this? Hi, can I still have my identity, you know, personally and still be a great mom. How can I still be true to who? I was before. I was a mom, and, you know, no matter kind of training, you may get, you know, you don't get like a training to become a Ma. Yeah. Is like a life journey where your your your training on the goal? You know, you're learning on the goal and mall. Bring so many different emotions where like you feel like sometimes you news a sense of who you were and that may need to filling or feeling guilty for feeling that a and so many different emotions come up because you like payments, should I do should I act this way. How can I balance? No continuing to be who I was and being able to balance this new role that I have. So you say something Sarah about this whole idea of like holding onto who you were before you became a mom in some ways. I'm wondering if that is also not an unrealistic expectation, you know, because I think you can hold onto some pieces of maybe who you were. But also have to allow for that to be very flexible in for that, look, very different. You're. Trying it can be very unrealistic expectation because this is the new journey that you're evolving, you're getting a new role in your offing. You have to give yourself permission to be able to learn how to be in that new vote on how to be learning scenes, and you're not really losing a sense of yourself. You're actually janey because now you're gaining new volume learning sings, and it doesn't need that. You're gonna lose who you are. You're actually adding value to who you are like deepening your understanding of yourself in like stretching in wave that you maybe didn't even think possible. New you learn so many things like, I don't know. I could do this like, you know, become more aided, and it could actually help you to reach your goals or even give you more pervasive. Because now you have this new being that you're living for and you know, you want to do the best that you can because you know. Okay. This new being this new child is baby. As counted are meeting, the best that I can be and it actually adds that value to what it is that you want to do at life. Yes. Erin. I also think it's important to make sure they're paying attention. You know, I had a recent episode with Dr Christopher Halloway about like postpartum depression, anxiety in how just all of that can also shake these experiences of mom yielding like how you're feeling about becoming a mom, especially you know, some of those things are in the play in the background. Yes. Ness because it does exactly can start feeling anxious. And it can lead to depression. If he do on those thing than allow yourself to actually sometimes get the help. I'm when those things happen. So something she mentioned Sarah was about you know, reaching out for help. And I think, you know, a lot of like really ambitious really driven women it can be sometimes difficult to reach out for help. So what are some suggestions?.
"halloway" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"They're all looking at that point. He goes, ladies and gentlemen, I looked at the stats of the company, and I looked at the national stats sales down because we do everything on these like, this is a commercial. And he goes we'll go back out there talk. People get back in people's faces. That's how you saw accounts. Good luck, gentlemen. They were looking around like each other. And it said like the name of the company if they're seldom make camp, but it's true. We've forgotten. All those personal little things that PERC. I sold cars. I was two things. Guess what? I used to do a lot a lot more than I do. I was a letter writer. You are I loved writing letters to whoever you would do a four someone like I. This is this is contact. There is in may. I was gonna say I'm not I'm not trying to make joke was from you being in prison. Don't this was something that I learned a guy named call my mouth Zana. When I was growing up. Talion? Ashim guns. This guy got caught with fucking. You know, not paying parking tickets, ripping tickets up you'd come two thousand thousand tickets and they'd rip him up this live corruption. But what he did was write letters to editors. And he would get his stories always printed. He was a letter writer, and I would look at that. And he always say the. The pen is mightier than the sword. Sometimes, you know, he'd say in his words, sometimes the pen is mightier in the gun. You know, he was he was a cop and something he did something just I got into writing letters. And if somebody did something like TIMMY Halloway put up some pictures of media day, and he goes the ashes fall, the Where'd you get these pictures from. He goes after cocoa weap-. He wrote us lead of the thanks for everything. We had done for many include those pictures, he was fine. I was a letter writer I love sending out lettuce. But when you go to prison when you go before a judge before I went in front of that judge. I wrote that judge fifteen dollars you did. Oh, yeah. Talking about what what happened. What my situation was what I learned from it. You know, but the probation report said, I still didn't have any empathy. I wasn't taking responsibility for the situation. But I built a relationship way before I went in. Once he sentenced me, I wrote them letters in prison. You did thank you was in a lenient wasn't more of a lenient sentence because you had establish that connection with them. We'll we that. I could my lawyer could set a motion for reconsideration ninety days. Wow. That means a good judge, though, good that guy going been fucked as I also had a friend of mine that his brother was a dentist, and my friend was best friends with that dentist, and he went ahead and play goblin. So I reached out that guy to reach out to the dentist hitting area. Because I've never done this for anybody else. But I'll do it for you. Because it seems like you really liked the kit. So he talked to the judge. So because he did that I kept in touch with that judge for years. I sentenced today eighty eight and I was still riding lettuce. Judge ninety two. Oh, yeah. I was added. I you are I was out of the system. I had no reason letter, but I would still write him letters and one day. I got in trouble. And I got taken to civil court by my ex wife, and who was the now come on Brighton. Them letters about our situation. She let me see the baby. I don't know. What to do? He's not replying. Right. Well, these getting knows and he's reading. Sure, they read them. You gotta remember when you're a judge you wanna move up politically. So when a person dies. Funeral Paula makes two hundred and fifty mass cards that means that every time I come in contact.
"halloway" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"They do through. This reasons to be cheerful with Jeff law. Elo happy spooky Halloween week. Yes. Gonna go dressed up trick or treating. I don't know if I've ever dress Halloway, my wife is my donate because she's American and a lot of people will get angry. If you talk about Halloween this Americanism invading, our culture, I just think it's just another thing, isn't it to give the yearbook shape. I did it when I was seven. I remember when I was living in America. And it was a massive thing in America, then and it was not thing it's all at can Britain. So what did their thing when you growing up? You grew up a longtime off. I think a little stuff bobbing. Apple seems to be a thing of goals and goes the guy. Seven. What did you go? Then I think I had this little skeleton, the skeleton, costumes. Yes event, I went to one house, and they had really peculiar. That's all. I have like HD my mind. I think they were not didn't really like kids going to Halloween today. They like gave you some light horrible goulash thing. Stay in your bag. That'll teach upcoming actually slightly of memory of this. Should've lash goulash getting maybe stuff forty years. Do you think is this week is budget week yet, Gary? Well, it's going to ask you is. Is it scary? When you were in the treasury team is that we look forward to as we dread depends on what the situation was. I we, you know, Gordon Brown. Sears a big sort of big opportunity for Gordon Brown to shape, you know, government policy used to solve basic Trump over everybody else..
"halloway" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"Be for healthy for you so that you can connect to this baby new pain attach in that you can, you know be the mom that you were hoping that you would be. So you brought up another thing that I think we should touch on Christopher Halloway related to breastfeeding because I do know that oftentimes like the relationship that you have as the mom with recipe. Ding can bring up a lot like if you're doing it right, or if for some reason you can't do it, but you really wanted to does that bring up, you know, feelings of regret or sadness or guilt for you. He talk a little bit about how breastfeeding as another layer of this whole puzzle. Absolutely. So, and then that even goes in with education. So breastfeeding can do one of two things. It can really promote this attachment in health among because now she's still like I'm doing something right, you know, on connecting on feeding my baby, I may be depressed. Maybe. Sad, I may be anxious. I may not know anything else, but I know that I last baby to my breasts, nourish it and everything that it needs on the flip side of that you may have someone who has not been properly educated about breastfeeding in someone. I say that what I mean by that is maybe they don't understand how their milk comes in the process of black tation. They think maybe as soon as I give bird, my milk should be flowing in, you know, just running in and so they're not educated on, they're not educated on latching, the baby or how breastfed babies make more off in than babies at are given formula. And so now it's creating again, eight ninety. It's creating unfailing my baby. My baby are being because it's crying or it hurting me to breastfeed because maybe they haven't been shown how to appropriately latch the baby. So they give up or they decide to, you know, not. Pursue it, or it's too much of that can bring on some depression in Zion because this may be something that they had is expected of in a really, really wanted to do into a fatal. But because now they feel like it's not working, they're not successful or maybe they are successful. They just not understanding what it looks like. And so this can also increase because now, again, all these expectations that I may have had when it comes to brisk eating, my baby is not happening. I'm not nourishing my child. I'm not giving my child what a knee or sometimes -ociety does his mom shaming eight and you'll have folks that are just saying, you know, breast, it's best. You'll have other folks say formula than you'll have some people in the middle that may say it is best in his long as you're eating your baby, you're giving it what it needs some times the mon-, Kim, get a little discouraged thinking that she's Elling this baby or les mis baby down in intern leading herself down and not meeting. All of those expectations that she had set up as it relates to how she wanted to nourish is eighty. And so again, I taught with moms about this. I'm not a lactation consultant, but I am a advocate in, so I'll talk to moms about that and then also put them in touch with lactation consultant or knowing what's request. If they're having a hospital, knowing what's requests of that, they can get the education before leaving. And then also maybe some different base support groups are Instagram following that they can do that can kinda help educate and keep him motivated as they are trying with their brisk aiding journey. So Dr Holloway, you mentioned this whole idea of expectations in do think, especially as a first time mom, there are a lot of education's about like what everything is going to be like. And so I know I knew another thing that you really work with women on in your practice is related to birth traumas in maybe not having the birth outcomes that they wanted. You talk a little bit more. About that part of your work? Absolutely. So yes, I do with or work with women who experienced birth trauma. And so one of the things that always say Trump as in the eye of the beholder, it is not.
"halloway" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"All. I ju just the day when the thirteen FIT been released was his. Basically if you are an Esa mentioned the US and you men's for more than one hundred million dollars, then you need to disclose that once a quarter. So the market open thirty three minutes ago. So I'm really putting you on the spot here, but have you seen anything like pup if for this thirteen f round or for the previous one, that's really just very interesting both in terms of value and in terms of price momentum, the data is still very fresh stick. I haven't. On it that that that I intend to do. The one easy one here for me is the fact that Warren Buffett is buying more apple, and I think that is a really great lesson for individual investors to hear because you see, you know, apple is at all time highs. It just past the trillion dollar market cap and buffet continues to buy it. And I think so many of us who get involved in the markets succumbed to the to the very unfortunate idea that, oh, it's at its all-time highs. I can't buy it here. Right? And so seeing buffet continue to pile into apple, you know, it just crushes that mindset that you can't buy at new highs. Look at what he's been doing. He's been accumulating it for a couple of years now and then you know, brust through a trillion dollar market gap and he's still buying it. So I think that's a great lesson for individual investors to that we can take from from invest. Others like buffet. I also have done a little bit of analysis on the kind of what the billionaires are doing overall sector wise. So I have a little bit of data on that so far. It looks like they've kind of backed out of the consumer discretionary sector a little bit. So that was one that I had talked about back in February ten cut pair position thereby about fifteen percent or so really increase their position in industrials and in energy and in materials. So those were smaller parts of their portfolios over all. But the biggest increases than I'm seeing are in industrials, which is interesting because the industrials have been so beaten down, especially the Dow and energy as well, which. The sector that I'm pretty excited about right now. I'm curious to buy response here to the next question. You know, we've talking about Warren Buffett quite a few times here in this episode, but also really well while full years in the in the making here of ta. Really like someone we should, we should follow. So we always looking forward to him disclosing what Birch Halloway buying four times a year. Whenever you.
"halloway" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball
"They have these screamed. They don't have anybody yet. Hopefully they'll rectify that in the off season. You so you'd add yourself, what would you I like when you were done and then I was something for you. I said he was probably gonna get if the Mets had fifteen phase. He gets them. So I totally on board with him. I think he's the best pitcher that they have in the bullpen, and I think they'll utilize them. Buckley sometimes might mean that they get in in the seventh inning. I, if that's kind of bullpen philosophy that we're seeing in the league, especially like Halloway has proven that he's going to be like that, but push comes to the show. I think he's gonna get the most out of out of that. I'm a little more skeptical than you, but I like the point here about the league's shift the league trend, and that's why we have to talk about a player like this. Why we have to talk about situations like Baltimore and the White Sox. I mean, Michael Gibbons getting saved the other day, but then they headed that game against the Yankees where they were going full out committee Chicago. I mean, the wasn't Theodora VERA? I hope I got this right. I should look it up AJ's, but the audio siato re. The era gets a save the other day, and he was only recently called up so it kinda shows how much they're going into a committee situation. There's two others that have proven names that are going to committees, which also cast some shadows here. So I'll add these in for you age as well. Milwaukee, giving Josh hater. Save the other day, giving Jimmy Jefferson saves the other day, Corey able at times not looking great. They could be somewhat of a committee and the Cleveland Indians who just distinctly went through Kodiak in setup spot and then closed with Brad hand. So clearly there's some sort of committee going on and Indra Miller is back your thoughts on any of the four all of them for I think of Cleveland. I think Andrew Miller is he, he's eighth-inning like that's kind of where he's been used over the last few seasons, and I don't think that that's going to change both Ellen, enhance suddenly go into into a spiral at the same time. I mean, that's what I got him so that when Allen has his his downfall and. And it looks like he's hit that going that they could put him in. You know, I always say that, you know, one of the reasons that I look towards the batting average of the first batter that a pitcher has faith for the season as as a as a sinus, whether or not they're gonna stay in the role..
"halloway" Discussed on Living Regret Free
"Life as you're making choices. You know, along your journey, it'll help you immensely in this regard. Now, with that being said, most people are very challenged by meditation, especially in this part of the world because in this part of the world were so. Addition, it's all about gogo. Go do and you know, I'm all about doing things. I'm all about, you know, committing to the right steps of action in our life. However, what I see over and over again in my seminars is people are doing so many things that quite frankly, they have no business, no right and even doing in the first place. In other words, there misaligned then when I ask him when was the last time you took some quiet time for yourself or when you stepped into silence for five minutes, a sat on a park bench, you know, for a few minutes, let alone actually sit down as a practice and meditate every day. And of course they look at me like, what are you talking about? I don't have any time for that. If you see my list lately kinda thing. That's so and so this is a skill. It's a life skill. It's one of those skills that can just really make a big difference in our lives. And so now to meditate because it's about really slowing down the mind, slowing down the thoughts that are showing up on the screen of the mind in order to get there. One of the first things I teach is how to clear yourself before you step into the meditation. So those those thoughts that are spinning in your mind or those emotions that have been activated near feeling it somewhere in your body. Maybe you're trying to promote your ability to feel those feelings, whatever those are, what I do is I teach people how to connect to that, how to connect to that emotion that they've been running away from and how to actually process it out of their system. I teach him how to connect those negative thoughts that are spinning or looping in the construct of their mind. And how to actually release them for when we learn how to do this. This in itself sets the stage for helping to quiet the mind or helping to calm calm you down inside of your body. And so then it's at that point, then I'll lead them into a meditation. Now in the meditation, meditation, conservatives coming back to what I said, if you moments ago, which is now, people are more receptive. The whole idea of meditation is to receive. You know if it's about receiving guidance, it's about receiving higher information. It's about receiving direction on what to do next with a decision that we're currently being confronted by or even challenged by. That's really what it is on the other side of the meditation. Of course, when it's done in this way, people often feel lighter. They feel freer. They most certainly feel more centered more planted in their own body. And quite frankly, if it's done at whatever time of the day, once they have this kind of a meditation experience. And again, the this is this is something that doesn't have to take a long time, but once they get in the habit of doing this on the other side of it, there a lot more ready to take on to encounter to embrace whatever it is that life is presenting to them at that point in time. Well, let me ask you then because we have about five minutes left and I wanna get to your book first of all, where can they find the book? Tell us a little bit about it and. You know also I think you may have an offer for our listeners. So anyway, tell us a little bit about the book because I wanna make sure that we find u n give us your website out. People can contact you all of those good things. Okay. Well, the website would be Dale Halloway dot com. Dale DA l. e. hell away h. a. l. a. w. a. y. dot com. That would be the best the the best way to reach us or someone on my team..
"halloway" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"All right let's get the negative halloway the sanity debut was just is very ma especially right after the bludgeons or it was right before the budget of the budget i feel like they missed the boat on saturday and i understand why they had to miss the boat on saturday because there were visa issues with people but the chant the the really the time today you them was when you first call them up and now we're three months out from that you really have done a lot with them in terms of advertising them and so now is just like oh hey look if sanity yeah and there's no nicky cross one that did not know how to the entrance properly it was annoying it's never do they never do when they come up from an xt it's like if they have a really special entrance the camera crews for whatever reason do not talk to each other and they don't know how to shoot that entrance it's like god damn it hunter would you would you have these people get their stuff together well wasn't there so he couldn't help but still it's you you'd think somebody could text somebody else in the figured out like the did the entrance properly but the building so much wider until much difference with the angles are off on it it just didn't work properly yeah they have to work on it because it just didn't look right that's one the be the meaning to use okay we're going to get the program with the associates fine it just didn't work well it didn't work you those fan compares it to the lax entrance kind of sort of with the camera cuts against it but they've been doing that for a while but it just i don't know they just came out they didn't look as impressive as they didn't extend just look like a bunch of guys that may be their issue where like inex team the big menacing they like this big menacing presence and here there's more giants bigger people they just don't look as menacing as they wanted it got the retool things for them we'll see how it goes that's the negative onto the positive we had a very awkward and i mean awkward white only reunion because picking the budgets budgets came out they got the rematch against good brothers or the good brothers got a rematch legends one and as the blood is they're leaving daniel bryan comes out and the the three pass each other on the ramp and there's this really awkward stare down between luke air in brian where it's a k i think remember you and you know like yeah yeah you were in my family you dick and so it's just this really legs at awkward stare down between the three and they sort of all move off from each other and it's golic match between you know brian pretty much everybody else brian big which was really good brian's abode joe was really really good so after by one of brian samoa joe match i want it so low i want it for twenty minutes give it to me please after brian beach joe by cowan which music do a proper finished could go back again the magilla horrified joe you had ever chance to get him back in the ring every chance so he blew that that then the blood came back and they beat up down your bryant so you go what's going on here are regained brian in versus the bludgeon or was did the ms pay off the bludgeons because after this ms came running to the ranking beat dander bryan with a skull crushing finale onetwothree that adds he to that feud than the lie for summer slam this works a love that ms be brian just like that because now the egotist go ms can't hold that over dinner brian and that is perfect yes he's gonna make brian's life hell with it and it's going to be amazing but it's more it's like so after keep it was that three years four years the bludgeons finally get revenge for dana briing infiltrating the wyatt family and taking out very white longest payoff ever to that and then it was reuss of ms and roussette of now you're number one contender for the smackdown wwe championship roussev they everybody russa i was okay with this i'm fine with this something different something different we'll see how the match goes at extreme rules carmella was good with with james elles where oscar got left lying again to there's more coming there jeff hardy chips gained going to be a program which fee thing okay.
"halloway" Discussed on WJR 760
"Light bleeding into another area ivo halloway you're going you know you've heard me say a path that i believe one we will probably increase is some of the anti police weather few of the violent directly police officers now we also know that they a large number of suspects involved in the attack on police officer suffering from some form of mental illness i'm not the case here about all about the fact that he will be career criminal uh but i do moawad will follow form down a lot of time wimbledon's a supplemental physical national crisis apopka extensively about it about well we don't treat both suffering from mental illness google comical hap host with honors our police officer firefighter who are dealing with uh though suffering from on it uh if a recipe for disaster how how do you described the the sentiments of your police officers as they go about their jobs bravely defending the people of detroit every each and every day what's what's the what's the attitude like these days it going to do the job certainly uh they're cautious waymo underreaction yet who bad is overreaction a complacency dove keo so i'll horrors uh well try there have been several instances here in detroit uh over the past several months will a of respond appropriately in a world of the go home of former house go out to off johnson with flow of we skate fighting for life uh after game sza a responding to a domestic discu call so uh also uh what uh the vile who real uh but they have tremendous respect for our community again overreaction watt from the on the reaction is not an option and will want him to go home care family oh but the reality is that if a very dangerous while it's changed as a chief of the the whole situation has changed the the attitude has changed in and the the the.