31 Burst results for "Halston"
How often should I increase my rates?
"So doug asks on cuny wednesday. How often should i increase my rates. Last time doug increases rates it was all over eighteen months ago. So it's in my opinion time to do so. I actually think the maximum time. You should wait before you increase. Prices is eighteen months actually. I think you're just at the point where you really really really should be increasing prices. Especially if you're doing regular work this whole time the value you're giving your customers day in and day out now project after project is getting better and better every day and therefore you should be charging more for the increased value. I want to address A little bit of doug's of raising his prices he does own a ternary his existing customers. Ona discourage them from working with him again. I want to tell you from a customer's point of view. Who hires a lot of freelancers. That hires a lot of employees. If i work with somebody who delivers who. I come back and work with again and again. My biggest concern is not really them. Increasing the prices. My biggest concern is that they're not gonna be able to do. The work might have to find somebody else. That's really my worry paying a little bit more in order to get the same town. Does he get the consistency to get what i expect. Is a very very small price to pay. Many people. Don't realize that from a company's point of you from our point of view consistency is so important knowing what you're gonna get Having expectations and having them fulfilled this is incredibly valuable them so they don't wanna let that go and if you say hey My prices have gone up by raise. Gone up it's not out of this world. You know this is normal. Anybody who believes the service or create any kind of content. You know musician makes more money today than they did. Three years ago because they've gotten better as a musician or an athlete or any kind of professional. Like i mentioned a doctor lawyer. A service provider plumber and again from my perspective as somebody who's hiring somebody to do a service. I'm okay with paying more. If i'm getting good work done. I actually found that higher rates are not discouraging to actually things. I look out for actually want somebody who charges a bit more for example. Your website developers. Somebody comes to me and says hey you know. I charge eighty dollars an hour. You know that might seem expensive. But that person charges eighty dollars. An hour is experienced. The know what they're doing and they're probably going to be able to complete the project faster more efficiently And more accurately than somebody who's charging maybe half that forty dollars an hour depres is going to take a lot longer is going to have a lot more roadblocks and may not be able to do the project as well as somebody who is charging much more so sometimes you actually save money in the long run and serious buyers who aren't so price sensitive are the kind of customers you want to attract so in the long run increasing. Your prices are really going to help you. Increasing your rates so minimum increase their prices every eighteen months. You can even do it every year. But that's kind of my recommendation chain a year eighteen months now how to do this well. It's very simple the next time you engage with customer you can just mentioned it. Hey by the way last time this was my rate since then i've increased my rate. It's currently this over this project. It's going to cost x. Amount of money and stop talking or stop writing a lot of people that go on and on. Is that okay with you. I hope that's okay once you is that okay with you. Ask a question. Is that okay. That is opening up a negotiation. Because they can say well actually you know if you just say it as a fact. This is my right now. This is how much it cost now. And there's no question at the end of it people gonna be like okay. That's what i gotta do now. Many service providers have done a to type pricing strategy to. I think is really good Actually increase the prices for new customers at one rate and recurring customers or a returning customers than others. So for example they'll take their rate in the increase by twenty percent. That's the new price for new customers so people that don't know any better. You know know your first price. Best the price they know and four returning customers. It's fifteen percent and you can mention this to your returning customer. Because a hey buy. New prices are twenty percent higher. My new rate is such and such but I can give you a return customer discount so it will be so so and so it'll be only fifteen percent more the shows that you respect loyalty and appreciate their business and then hey you're giving them a little something special. How much should you increase. Will it depends on how often you increase your rates. Let's say for example you're increasing. Every year i would say no less than five percent and no more than twenty percent any more than twenty percent. Twenty five thirty It becomes a dramatic jump. This is why it's more Advisable to increase their prices every year rather than waiting every two or three years because then the jumps are going to be quite high but even fifteen or twenty percent increase may not seem too high but will make a big difference for you for all your clients so say for example. You're alary fifty dollars. A twenty percent increase is only going up to sixty dollars but across all your hours across all your customers. It makes a significant difference now. One of the things i recommend is when you're delivering the change of rate to are turning customer. You can offer them to lock in a longer term package for example to have you on retainer so say for example you say hey. My hourly rate is now a hundred dollars. is usually increased my rates every twelve to eighteen months. But if you'd like you can lock in this rate for the next two years if you want to. But you'll need to commit to a certain amount of hours on retainer month so you might say i need to have ten hours on retainer every month. That means a thousand dollars every month. That means a twenty four thousand dollars for thirty two years and this can just be a retainer Four any kind of work that they need to do Maintenance work update work and then anything outside the retaining hours you can charge them early at the current rate and people that like to work with you would like to lock in a great rate that they can have and have predictable pricing for the next couple years. This could be done in a very low pressure just by the way. Here's something that i offer and you'll be surprised. How many of your customers. We'll take you up on it. Because people like to save money. People liked to lock in a discount more on today's cuny wednesday but before that. Let me love to sponsor support for today. Show comes from our very own whether ninja looking for a webinar platform to host. You're alive tourelles classes or special events feeling. You're stuck on a never ending journey to find that. Perfect webinar software. That's not gonna break the bank. We get it. 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To sign up for our next live demo. Again that's webinar. Ninja dot com slash workshop to answer. Doug question on cuny wednesday halston. Should i raise my rates. Well like i said you shouldn't wait more than eighteen months. The sweet spot is anything between every twelve and eighteen months and you can increase it as low as five percent up to twenty percent and as long as you consistently do this. Every twelve to eighteen months you'll continue to be able to charge more and earn more based on your increased value.
Cryptocurrency Company Ripple Facing an S.E.C. Lawsuit
"In an unusual move cryptocurrency company ripple ceo brad garlan house told fortune that the securities and exchange commission is going to file a lawsuit against ripple in the near future for allegedly selling unlicensed securities with garlan house and co founder. Chris larson named as defendants at issue is whether x. p. which is a digital currency associated with ripple is a security which must be registered with the sec like a stock would be or an actual currency. That doesn't the sec previously ruled. The bitcoin and a theory are not securities in part because they're decentralized with no person or company at the helm and are minted through mining process. Back in twenty twelve ripple created one hundred billion units x. rpi for a company called ripple. Labs gardellin halston larson each significant amount of x. arpey but say they don't have access to reserve funds off schedule and extra p. is no more decentralized as banks and merchants use it as a bridge currency in cross-border transactions.
ACCOR and Ennismore Partner to Create New Lifestyle Brand
"Europe's largest hotel company echo and the owner of the hawks. Ten are set to bring together a number of the boutique brands under a new umbrella. Following a cash free merger announced last week the group will retain the name the hawks transparent parent company. Ns more and include the hawks in gleneagles in scotland and ecorse ten lifestyle brands including montreal s. l. s. monaco's executive editor. Josh bennett spoke to sharon has richer who ceo and founder of ns more. We've had a busy last couple of weeks and months the lockdown and we're we're delighted to emerge creating new joint venture with i call. Who the europe's largest hotel company and part of this joint venture really is a merger of their lifestyle brands alongside our lifestyle brands and collectively. This new joint venture becomes the world's largest and fastest growing lifestyle hospitality platform which is incredibly exciting. Because i've spent the last decade building and this move from ground up piece by piece having taken the halston from one hotel. In east london to cross europe and across the us will recently and of course taking taking gleneagles and reimagined it to the glorious playground once was in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s the geneticists or the sort of discussions with our core started several months ago. What was interesting. As part of our discussions was really getting to know. Akwa chairman and ceo. Sebastian buzzer and core of lifestyle. And what was cliff for them was. They were very keen to create an autonomous entity because they realized early on that really have lifestyle brands flourish. Create lifestyle brands that authentic until stories. It needed to be outside of a larger web or larger corporation and the second we both aligned and agreed on that vision. It made the beginnings of this joint venture incredibly easy to form the basis of if you think about lifestyle generally or son hotels and these are hotels that have a mission they have a porpoise. They tell stories through incredible interiors. They have restaurants and bars that are local favorites. They are more than just a hotel. They have incredible cultural programming. They have amazing events and this segment which has now become lifestyle has been one of the faucets going segments across the hotel industry. You know somebody always had global ambitions and scale at mind. The second this pandemic hit. I knew i needed to do something that was created. I need to do something that was slightly out of the box. And that field my desire and more to create this joint venture with that cool because what it's now done is allowed us scale like we've never historically had an accessing kids and regions that would never be able to access. You guys have done a great job of i. Suppose bringing people together selling people to people in in beautiful spaces. The other day you talked about there was growth. And you've undertaken particularly with the hawks. Turn group impressive and dare. I say fairly aggressive growth already. I don't know rome's number ten. Maybe i've got my numbers wrong but a a tremendous surge in the number of hotels and the identity of that brand being built around the world. Could you may be hone in on that vision. Little bit i mean. How many hotels do you want to open the markets. That you find most alluring as you look out at the end of twenty twenty and i suppose into q one q two q three next year. If there's one thing. I realized over the last six seven months is brands with purpose brands with a mission matter. And we've seen that. Even though our revenues have been hauled and some of our some of our hotels had to reduce capacity way doing substantially better than any of our competitors in that neighborhood purely because off brand stands out and i think it's me so much confidence that as we come out of this pandemic that hotels that so of the local communities that are in hotels that have more than just a bed for a night hotels that a narped utilitarian law substantially longer in those brands will live a lot longer. And that's giving me a lot of confidence that what we managed do so successfully in ten cities around the world with our collection of oh tells if we can now take that formula. And i don't mean formula in the sense of you re create things in exact the same way. The forming of frost is more about the mindset. How do you create products. You create brands that kind of inspire inspire discovery. And we've learned so much all these markets that we've kind of grown and it's really allowed us to hone in on what each hawks ten means in each of those communities so now we've got an opportunity to take the hawks ten david larger platform and even more communities so they can get a sense of what these hotels what a culturally relevant hotel feels like in some of the most exciting destinations in cities around the world. What's exciting for me about the future. Is that all learnings. We've had about taking the oxygen from one to a dozen two dozen all the learnings. We've had about reimagining gleneagles to nineteen twenty s glorious past those are amazing skills that we can now hold on on a wider global portfolio. There's some incredible brands in this portfolio. Such as twenty five hours mama shelter. That are incredibly authentic that have found a lead and i'm incredibly excited to now work with those founders and the founding teams to make those brands the best they could be and there's a bunch of brands that core of created through the in house teams and i can't wait to work with them to make those brands the best they could be. So we've got a really unique opportunity on a global scale now to harness all the amazing ways of how we worked as more the last decade in terms of course curiosity intensive of obsessive design in terms of really rethinking the digital experience in terms of partnering collaborating with incredible designers and artists and makers around the world to take that insight that knowledge that skill base that process and now redo it all over again across the portfolio brands. And i'm incredibly excited to showcase that not with ten hotels at twenty zero tells but hopefully several hundred hotels that we could build around the world over the next couple of years.
Leslie Blodgett, former CEO and founder, bareMinerals
"Hey everyone this show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. This is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today Leslie Logic joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is a trail blazer of the beauty industry leslie founded bare minerals, which she grew into a global empire by tapping into the power of marketing and community. And in two thousand ten, she saito acquired it for almost two billion dollars while her new best selling book. Pretty good advice. Give some pretty great advice and is available now leslie were except to have you welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you so much for having me looking forward to hanging with you guys. We have been very excited to do this. We met Leslie at a conference that we were at about almost two years ago year and a half ago we. Didn't know who it was like we knew her name, but we didn't know that she was the Leslie blodget. We just saw this like friendly looking who was wearing this very cool hat and standing outside getting coffee and she came up to us in and you're a huge fan of the scam and when we realized it was you I think we both like didn't even know what to. stadio. So I think it goes to show like you have such a friendly personality and. That makes everyone feel comfortable in talking to you and is also harshly how you are able to talk yourself into any room in in your early days of your career, which we're GONNA get into. So let's start off with our standard first question, which is Skim your resume for us our. Newspaper Out McDonnell's what did you do at McDonalds? Everything. I started with like cleaning toilets and sweeping the parking lot and then moved up to making burgers it Max then at fit. Two years of fit graduated in turned beauty companies. Always wore is shadow since I'm little kid went to work in the industry or selling makeup behind the counter spritzing fragrance bloomingdales in New York City in macy's met my husband at macy's while I was working behind. The counter is part of my resume I know it's a career thing is he's he's important. Did he keep coming back or did he like ask you on a date while you were working at the counter? All right. So I worked in macy's and part time because I was going to school and his girlfriend who's really cute. Girlfriend had the same shifts that I did like. He they lived in Brooklyn together and he would come in. So she didn't have to take the subway by herself at nights. and. That's how we met. We I I never knew the story Oh my God. So he would he would come. He was so sweet I kept asking do you have a brother friend and he did hook me up with friend once that didn't work out but it wasn't until they broke up a couple of years. Later he got a number and called me so what I didn't break any relationship. Okay. That's a good story though. Okay. So keep keep going macy's macy's then got a job at Halston Orelon you guys probably don't know a Halston, the fashion design end ud line I worked there for a little while then the big job was working at Max factor and then we were acquired by Revlon and moved to La? The company Max factor acquired by PNG and moved to Hunt Valley Maryland Maryland Baltimore had a baby in Maryland that was the best part. Of Maryland then we moved back to la because Keith wasn't digging Maryland so much whatever, and then he became the state Dad didn't have a career anymore after that I ended up being the breadwinner starting the kid was born and then were worked neutrogena. And then San Francisco in here we are what is something that people can't Google about you that we should now. Aren't. So here's the thing to that I. Don't have a Wikipedia page. My team for years wanted me to build one, but I had this issue with being. Out there. So I don't know what's out there and I'm very uncomfortable with what's out there. So what would people not know about me? That I can play the harmonica and hula-hoop at the same time. Did you do that growing up? On hula-hoop for sure the Harmonica, I learned as an adult. So I have a hula-hoop now as an adult that I use regularly. So then I just combined two gifts that I have. You write about a quote kind of stuck out at me. The quotas get desperate I wanna dig into what that means because I think you know when in reading about your story like we've gotten to know you a little bit over the last year or so and I knew the high level part of your story. But in researching for this, it don't think I really could appreciate her understood how you really got your foot in the door and so I want to understand what get desperate meant for you. Yeah I think for me. I always had to work hard to get noticed it in everything I did and I think number one is my parents were divorced when I was nine and we were left with her mom not that there was a bad vanishes that she was the the strict one the tough one. So I was always like driven to please her with I think a lot of kids have that too. She was never quite one hundred percent. Happy. So I was always trying to please her. So I was always going above and beyond to get the grades and to get on the teams and that type of thing because I wasn't. We didn't have a ton of money growing up I had to be creative. So by the time I went to two years of college and I. My first two years. It was rough because it was my first time being outside of my mother's like grip. So kind of had a little bit too much fun when I realized that I had to. GET DOWN TO BUSINESS. My mother helped me figure out what my passion was. I UNI but couldn't get in to fit I couldn't get a job behind the beauty counter, which is what I need to do to get into the cosmetic program and I had to so learned that when I'm desperate when I can't seem to find my way is when I get most creative by when I'm at the bottom feeling down instead of being depressed for long periods of time I just started thinking what would I do in little steps to get there the story I have in The book is about Bloomingdale's I. wanted to work there really did but they would not give me the time of day because I had no experience on mcadoo, you have it if you don't get it the only solution to that was to just be in their face and I thought without being too annoying I'm GonNa go to the buying office. I'm going to go there every day every morning I know when they come in because the first time I went and it was a very narrow hallway. And I would smile and they would have to brush past. We had to literally touch audience for them to get by, and they just saw me every day and I think you don't persist Internet way just. So dedicated to your personal 'cause I had no choice for sleeping on couches I didn't have a place to live. They said. Why don't you come in? We'll find something
Finding New Antibiotics with Machine Learning
"Don't you break down for me? What the machine learning approach that they used here. And what kind of advanced does this represent took this machine learning model that they made and they traded on about twenty five hundred molecules and use that to train binary classification models to predict probability of whether it new compound would inhibit the growth of e coli or not and then turn to the truck library Library of six thousand compounds. That are ready in human clinical development for wide variety of indications and at this point the compared several different models and after narrowing down there's molecules and actually predicting toxicity using different neural networks. They've came up with this particular molecule and Howson and then thirdly lastly in the process they went on to apply machine learning motto after iteration and optimization too much broader set zinc fifteen data set with over a billion a half structures and under machine learning side. What's key here's the deep learning network that the US didn't really rely on any information about the chemical structures of molecules. It actually really built new representations called for years. A lot of people represented molecules with these fingerprint factors reflected things like presence or absence of functional. Groups are descriptors and comparable properties but relying on known fingerprints. Didn't really work that well. And that's why you know. A lot of the old antibiotic screening process gives you a lot of the same classes of molecules over and over again and what they did here they actually have these fingerprint descriptors that were built from. Scratch well you know. What you're describing is still a fingerprint. Right into dimensional vector to describe molecules. I think perhaps what's different is at deep learning approach. You can try to infer what the right descriptors should be. That's the hallmark of all of the deep. Learning approaches for drug design is at the end deep learning in general that recall even when we're just talking about conventional neural nets for image recognition the ideas that CNN's for image. Recognition versus classical computational vision. Is that in the classical approach? That person's defines what the right features are and so similarly. You know it's interesting that you can feed any representation of molecule into computer which parts of the interesting ones. You can have just like old school computer version. You could have a human being say all these in the important ones but a a beauty of DNA approach which is Ucla but also in many precursor works. That helps understand. What are the key aspects? And what are the interesting ones? And that is really. I think the big difference between what you can get in modern deep learning with machine learning versus classical machine learning with like random forest or something like that right so deep learning helps us figure out what we don't know versus focusing only on what we already know or what we think we know what makes Alison an attractive candidate for further research and development. What are some of the properties that they discovered without a doubt certainly a really potent inhibitor of e? Coli and you know. Further investigation showed that Halston has strong growth. Inhibitory effects on a wide following spectrum of pathogens. They tried it on. C. Money and which is one of the highest priority pathogens that is urgently required for in terms of antibiotics and then more. Interestingly it was even able to eradicate equal I persist yourselves that remained after episode and treatment so pretty strong efficacy and pretty low talked based on their screen. It also checks the box of something that is really structurally divergent from conventional antibiotics. And so certainly a very powerful new class of antibiotics that could potentially be strong candidate for further development. Yeah the fact that they found the antibiotic they showed it worked in vitro they showed. It worked in Vivo. And then they also did some experiments together this mechanism of action suggesting that Howson selectively disrupts the Ph potential across the bacterial membrane this saps the Proton motive force which is like the battery of the cell so all antibiotics. It's disrupting an essential cellular function but this appears to be a distinct and new function. That's being targeted super elegant work such a complete well rounded story. Yeah well I mean I think one of the things that really stands out here. Is that full stack of experiments. That they've done where it goes. All the way from looking at they might see in a dish to going through mice and one of the appealing things about studying antibiotics. And this often even pertain. Santa Viral that the animal models are pretty good with something like alzheimers. On the far extreme where animals are generally not very good. And so it's appealing that one could go. Do all of this. You know. Probably not requiring huge budget and therefore get something on the other side of that. Looks kind of intriguing beyond initial discovery? Can this kind of machine? Learning based approach be applied to other aspects of either earlier late stage drug development. Yeah it's it's brought Tommy with the fun thing about it. There's a reason why it's a broad topic because there's a broad range of things you can do. I mean you could talk about identifying targets and there's a lot of work to do there an extra shooting novel targets. It's really interesting. Time to go after novel targets. You could talk about identifying leads. Basically what's been done here that identification leads and then the testing of them. These compounds are leads but presumably. They're not drug like so they have to be optimized so there's these methods helping lead optimization and then along the way hopefully you'd want to also be screening for talks and so there's a ton of methods that are getting really surprisingly accurate basically the beautiful thing about a machine learning approach like this is at the approach for the most part is pretty agnostic to what you're predicting and that the processes you're building up can be useful one last thing and this is maybe the holy grail dream is that if you're predicting a lot of properties for a lot of different systems with a whole bunch of molecules in some multitask like framework where one model is predicting all of it. You can learn from all of it and that you develop even though you might not have a lot of data in any single project or any single area here. The sum of all this data now is huge and helps to regularise your predictions to make them less over fit and more
Trump administration suspends enrollment in Global Entry for New Yorkers
"If you've gone their costumes at an airport. Recently you may have seen or used that fast track line global entry. It's an enrollment program. Tsa Pre check that prescreens travelers in this case to give US citizens sends expedited entry back into the United States. The trump administration is now suspending enrollment in the program but only for New Yorkers that changes connected connected to New York sanctuary laws which are designed to safeguard immigrants who come into the US illegally from deportation joining me now from Washington to explain is Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle. What's the department's reasoning for suspending enrollment? For New Yorkers in these programs sure so New York state passed a law aw it went into effect in December called the green light law and it does two things first of all it allows unauthorized immigrants to apply for driver's licenses but of of more key concern to the Department of Homeland Security. It also says it also shields the state's driver's license records so all the records of the DM Vive from from the Department of Homeland Security and that was intended as a sort of protection for unauthorized immigrants in New York. Obviously ice and C. B. P. or Halston the Department of Homeland Security and can do often use DMV data to track down unauthorized immigrants and deport them. So that was the intent behind the law but what. Da H justice saying is. This is a really dangerous thing you've done. You've cut off a really key investigative tool to us you know. We use this information not only for unauthorized immigrants but often for criminals that were tracking down for people that we want to be able to match up their face with their photo get their address other information that's contained in the database but Michelle. How does cracking down? Enrollment among New Yorkers in these so-called trusted traveler programs fit in with the trump administration's overall immigration policies as. Well it's two fold. You know says that these programmes we know when you apply for something like global entry or a century card something like that. They check state driver's license records as part of the check that they put you through to make sure that you can be trusted traveler and not having access to. There's information really impedes their efforts to do that. And so they said you know it's not really safe. We are going to just cut off on New Yorkers access to these programs but I think it's also also meant as a a warning to New York to try to get them to change their law warning to other states who might be considering adopting similar sanctuary laws that you're going to face consequences. If you do this I mean. The the trump administration really hate sanctuary policies in his willing to will be sort of blunt access to try to change them right. This suspension comes after the president spoke out against sanctuary cities pointedly during his State of the Union address. And we're hearing from critics including putting a spokesman for New York Governor Andrew. Cuomo who called the department's move political retaliation. Is that the sense observers. have of this move. Yeah so I think that there you know there is some legitimate security concern however the fact that VHS is really airing this argument publicly with New York rather than trying resolve it with them rather than even trying to go through. The courts suggests that there's there's some political upside for them. Here you know they really like fighting sanctuary policies that they think are unpopular. They think that plays well with President. Trump's base and. I think we're going to keep seeing them. Do things like that. New York is also a great fo- for them in that respect. So what about New Yorkers who are already enrolled in these programs will they be impacted and our other people interested in the program being discouraged from applying. Well so they're about eighty two thousand New Yorkers right now according to the h s that had applications in process for one of these programs global entry etcetera that are going to have their applications occasions denied. Those people will feel real impact. Immediately people currently enrolled can keep using their status but folks who would have had to renew this year. There are just not going to be able to renew. That's Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman joining me from Washington. Thank you so much
Zac Efron Is in a "Serious Relationship" With 'The Orville' Actress Halston Sage
"Show Zac Efron has a new relationship or dare I say publications ship done done done done quickly oblation ship is a relationship in service of celebrity what's going on with Zac Efron are former heartthrob an ex boyfriend so much to Bradley so not only is Zac Efron done with his swimmer girlfriend Sarah bro but he's also in a serious relationship with former Disney Channel star Halston sage why why hello first of all how do we know this before we dig into it how do we know that Zac Effron is with an essential oil named Holston set for the phones are oddly things for asking because a sources telling us weekly exclusively okay so that means somebody on Zacks PR team sent us weekly a memo yes and it said thank of get more role thorough full from paper okay so we have to take these words at face value not at face value well in so far as the faces of us weekly which means this is probably coming direct from the celebrity so what are they actually telling us about this relationship well this exclusive sources telling us a lot about this relationship so they're saying that Zac Efron and Halston sage quote or in a serious relationship and in love they spent the holidays together with part of that time in Santa Barbara
Cortisol: What It Does & How To Regulate It
"All is often called the stress hormone because of its connection to the stress response however cortisol is much more than just a hole in this released. When we're stressed it's one of the steroid homes and it's made in the ADRENAL guns. So most cells within the body cortisol receptors and the secretion of course oil is controlled by the hypothalamus. The church rebound on the ADRENAL gland and together. They're often referred to as the HBA access web. MD described Cortisol as nature's alarm system. It works with certain. Poke your brain to control your mood. Hilo Survey Shen and fear and especially in helping fuel your body's fight or flight instinct in a situation of crisis Sokoto levels can fluctuate among individuals and then people at different times of the day so normally cords those present in the body at high levels in the morning thing and its lowest at night and then the cycle will repeat daily. Most of our body cells have cortisol receptors so it affects many different functions in the body. The hypothalamus Ella. And the treasury land can really sense whether the level of Cortisol in the blood is at the optimal levels of the levels. Too Low you're just the amounts of Holman it makes and vice versa. Your Reno Gladdens. Pick up these signals. They Find Shunde amounts of cortisol lay release the receptors as I said there are many different cells in the body as as well also use the whole nut in different ways and all needs because all differ from day to day. Say for instance when your body's on high alert cortisol can alter or shutdown functions that it gets in the way Saddam I includes you'll digestible reproductive systems or your immune system to really focus on releasing cortisol and giving you that vital flights instinct so the functions that the court so might be involved in include helping control your blood sugar levels regulating your metabolism helping to judicial inflammation and assisting thing with memory formulation as well and his controlling effect on salt and water balance and helps control blood pressure and then within a also supports the development of the fetus during during pregnancy as well so it makes crucial whole note to protect overall health and well big to where does the link of course all Stroman Nielsen here. Ono dangerous levels of course solar solar increasing cortisol levels in the body. Say where this will come from. Let Your Body perceives stress. Your adrenal glands. Other said make release the coastal intial bloodstream. And this causes. Is it increasing your heart rate on your blood pressure and the whole trick is a flood of glucose stop supplies and immediate energy. Large Muscle was lost. Also inhibiting insulin. Production Reduction so that glucose work be stored but will be available. For media's use it also narrows your arteries whilst another home at the effort increases your heart rate right so working together. They fall short blood to pump harder and faster as you confront as The situation of conflict you might be and so when you're in a constantly hi pace false coach that steaming or leading you to a loss of high stress this can lead to higher more prolonged levels of cortisol in the bloodstream. Obviously because if they halston constant blood pumping around your body to your heart. Working Foster are the narrowing of the arteries it can lead to some negative effects. Such as high as I said high blood pressure it can lead to impaired cognitive performance a decrease in muscle tissue lowered immunity and inflammatory responses in the body and also increased abdominal fat. But why why is this happening really so the way game is often resolve yourselves crying out for energy. Because you're using the energy from the glucose instantly and so your body may send signals to your brain. You're hungry and you need to eat so again. You keep eating as you know. Having energy stored for later use the constricted arteries and high blood pressure can lead to blood vessel damage plaque buildup in your arteries and this could set the stage for a hostile stroke but there are ways to take action. Obviously see your doctor if you're having any symptoms solve chronicle stressful had higher levels of stress for a long period of time. Make sure you're aware and you reflect on whether you are stressful. Take time out of your day to manage this Lupi through a mindfulness breathing exercise or some form of physical exercise like yoga or even run and show getting adequate sleep and if needed take some time away and spend it your friends and your family because all of this can contribute to lowering your stress levels and therefore lowering your coastal levels to proventil proventil. The issues I've just laid out
Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn on Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease
"Today I'm here with breath. Dr S Halston. The one the only we have ten questions today and one when bill this question tell us a little bit about yourself and your journey and becoming Vegan leader in the field. Also if you'd like to tell us about the books you've written or new projects you have coming up well first of all say thank NCUA pleasure to be with you and with your team and talk about Probably most of my emphasis might be on my research which is coronary artery disease. A leading killer of women men and Western civilization which the truth be known coronary artery. Disease is is nothing more than a toothless paper tiger that need never ever exist and if it does exist in need never ever progress this is a completely benign foodborne foodborne illness where I got my start was in I guess the late nineteen seventies early eighties. I was increasingly disillusioned that as is chairman of our breast cancer. Taskforce Cleveland Clinic for how many women I was doing breast surgery. I was doing absolutely nothing for the next unsuspecting affecting victim and this led to a bit of global research on my part and it was very striking to see that there were many cultures where breast cancer rates were thirty and forty times less frequent than the United States states for instance in Kenya and in rural Japan in the nineteen fifties breast cancer was very infrequently identified yet as soon as the Japanese women would migrate to the United States. The second and third generation still japanese-american. They still now had the same rate of breast cancer there Caucasian counterpart And even more striking perhaps was a cancer of the prostate in the entire nation of Japan in nineteen fifty eight. How many autopsy proven doing desk where they're from cancer of the prostate eighteen in the entire nation more nineteen seventy eight? They were up to one hundred thirty seven which still pales in comparison to the twenty. Eight thousand will die this year in this country so at about that juncture. I thought we we get more bang for the buck if if we could deal with the leading killer of women and men and Western civilization which is our disease coronary or your coronary artery heart heart disease and so the dream has worked out. Was it if you could get people to eat to save their hardt also say themselves in the common western cancers breast prostate colon and perhaps pancreatic. That's the background. What what are your thoughts on a low carb Paleo and kitone Diet Kito service versus Kito acidosis and what are the dangers of of each I think that those are some interesting questions. I think that you might start out looking at the epidemiology analogy of of heart disease. And it depends what your goals are if you want to slow the rate of Heart Disease Development The Mediterranean Diet is probably the second the worst of course is the typical western American Diet. Fill with dairy and meat and cheese and Bacon pork possible oil and it just absolutely ravages the Guardian and the life checking of our blood vessel which happens to be that delicate innermost lining of the artery the endothelium which manufacturers absolutely magic molecules of gas that nitric oxide that protects us all and nitric. Oxide has some absolutely marvelous functions keeps to sell your elements in our bloodstream flowing. I tough lawn rather than velcro
September Jobs Report
"It's the first Friday the of the month jobs Friday. When the Labor Department releases the number of American jobs lost or created the month before as well as the latest unemployment number jobs. Friday is always weighs on Friday and it's always at eight thirty. AM So on Squawk box. It's pretty much always free. There are a lot of voices in this conversation including our economics reporter. Steve Liebmann plus all of noisy traders behind our reporter. Rick Santelli who joins the team from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Andrew will walk you through the rest of our panel joining us now Halston Goolsbee in the Windy City University of Chicago Booth School of business professor and former council of Economic Advisers who's chairman. It's great to see you my friend. Kate Moore's here strategist at blackrock. Dave macintoshes joining US President of the club for Growth and a former US congressman. It's great to have everybody here. Let's get to Diana like she has. The numbers one hundred thirty six thousand nonfarm payrolls increased by one hundred thirty six thousand in September. The unemployment rate fell to three point five percent down from three point seven percent. That is the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine Diana thank you we're going to talk about all of this with some reaction from our jobs panel right now kate. Let's start with you. We never put anybody on the spot with saying exactly what that number was going to be but you were looking for a strong number and this is this really solid number the number. I was going to give one fifty nine with some downside. I feel like one thirty. Six is a healthy number especially because you saw the good healthcare number we expect expected little weakness in manufacturing retail. I think that's kind of par for the course of where we are in the cycle so I feel really good about this especially in light of what we had earlier this week in terms of 'em so so I think equities will do well to balance of the day. Hey Steve. You've had a minute to dig through some of that. What jumps out to you is the most important parts in this report are just trying to see the last night we had to be and a half percent unemployment rate and it looks like you gotta go back to nineteen sixty nine for one look. Here's the problem and we sorta flagged this problem back. in August as at August is very typically typically revised higher so the slowdown we thought we had in August at one hundred and thirty which we thought was hey. We're coming down to the place where we think we ought to be. That was your vice one sixty eight yeah and I think those are good. I think that tells us that. We're doing a little bit better than we thought we were doing. Retail has lots of problems down eleven thousand and then down on six thousand. We have to watch that sector. There's a huge transformation as you know happening over there. Look there's two scenarios that we're watching for here. Scenario number one is is a sort of expected slowdown as the crazy two hundred plus job gains of last year. Come back down to normal if we can settle in call it a one on twenty five to one fifty range that would be good and we're worried about the weakness going down below one hundred thousand. I think the idea that that we're now in zone own where it looks okay. It's pretty comfortable. It's not great but it's not terribly week. I called a win. Hey Rick Walk us through the market reaction to me. The biggest news without a doubt is that the markets looked at it as good news stocks and treasury yields but it's really a bad report in not for the jobsite wages this this is terrible unchanged month over month under three percent two point nine on a year over. Excuse me month over month year over year basis this these are good numbers. It's all about the money I stand. What do you think of this report. You know this kind of a mealy peach of a report. We're we're a little under what what what the forecast was okay like. Steve said it's it's okay but it's not it's definitely not Great Austin though you're looking at the wage issue decelerating eating not accelerating. How important is that to you. I think it's pretty important now that wages are steady after we've had several months where where they were growing. Hopefully this is a blip but I mean I'm telling you the thing driving this whole thing is that the GDP growth rate is slowing down and and a lot of the forecasters are now saying that they expect a one handle for the rest of the year if we get GDP growth falling down into the ones. I think the jobs odds numbers are GonNa fall apart and the ways numbers are going to fall apart dave when he think growth expectations for the rest of the year what are yours continued to be strong in the two to two and a half percent a from a political standpoint. This is very good news. The fact that the unemployment rate is an historic low. That's what most people around the country look at and the job. The creation rate is averaging now at one sixty three hundred sixty thousand a month when you compare that to pre trump the the Obama era at one oh nine that's very good news that he can take to the public and say we're. GonNa continue to grow the economy create jobs and the wage. It's a slight downward trend trend in the direction but it's still a positive increase rather than decrease in average wages
Trade war dims outlook for U.S. business operations in China
"A lot of american companies that make or buy products from china are starting to rethink doing that as a new round of tariffs takes effect this weekend. Import taxes are making king chinese goods more expensive in the united states but finding alternative suppliers. Isn't that cheap either. N._p._r.'s scott horsely has the story. Many american companies are facing rising costs because the tariffs ba- robert delorean doesn't have to worry the lawrence c._e._o. Of the x._l. Brands company which sells clothing the isaac mizrahi right and halston labels among others he began moving out of china some time ago not because of tariffs but in order to find faster more flexible suppliers who could jump on fashion trends and turnout clothes in just six weeks delores x._l. Now manufacturers in a variety of countries including indonesia india and sri lanka and is exploring production in central and south america. You never want to have all your eggs in one basket in terms of supply china was easy in retrospect. Probably we had ninety percent of your production. In china that wasn't good risk management planning the laura and has gone from making seventy percent of his clothes in china to less than twenty percent sent but it wasn't easy. He spent two years flying around the world trying to line up factories five deliveries to get it right everything that could go on clothes from the new factories didn't fit right but i or the fabric wasn't what he expected. Many companies are now going through a similar process s. of trial and error as they look for alternatives to chinese factories in hopes of avoiding the president's tariffs the truth is that the trade war is a little bit of a wakeup call for many companies jerry matias vice president with bain and company consultants based in singapore. He says rising labor costs in china. Were already causing some companies to look elsewhere for suppliers and the trump tariffs have accelerated that but uh other countries will need a lot of investment match the expert manufacturing base and the robot shipping shipping network that china's built up over the last two decades a survey by the american chamber of commerce in china which represents has business there says most companies that do relocate okay look to southeast asia the at phnom exports. The u._s. jumped thirty three percent in the first six months this year. Mexico is another popular popular destination. Roberto deraza works for company. They're called events that helps manufacturers set up shop in mexico also held three conference calls with potential clients in in a single day this week but for now he says most are keeping their options open. Not many of them are pulling the trigger. My feeling it's that many of them are gathering information nation and if the trail continues for a long time just making the decision of coming into mexico mexico offers the advantage of much shorter delivery livery times to the u._s. but it has risk of its own just three months ago president trump was threatening tariffs on goods made their trump has urged companies worried about tariffs to move production election back to the united states but only about six percent the american companies operating in china are considering that harry moser who runs the reassuring initiative estimates twenty five percent would find manufacturing the u._s. competitive if they took tariffs transportation and all other costs into account. Probably they made the right decision going to china when wages were so low probably should have reevaluated at five years ago but now that they feel they have to bring a lot of work out of china. Now is the perfect time to reevaluate the u._s. As an alternative but some companies are staying put louisiana-based crown crass makes baby blankets and other products in china ceo randall chestnut told investors this summer he looked at moving production to half a dozen different countries but ultimately decided it was cheaper to stay in china and pay the tariffs but we think we're going to have to bite the bullet according to the american chamber sixty percent of the u._s. This companies now operating in china have no plans to relocate
"halston" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"I had three drinks and it they went down like water because it is so hot you celebrated an event not hammered you celebrate an event I did I celebrated my fifth or sixth birthday. Happy Birthday by the way also not only did you celebrate your birthday but you also got remarried to your ex yesterday because at one point Dylan Call Japan Paul Dillon Gay but the host of the show now. I'M GONNA throw down now now. That doesn't mean we got remarried. That just means Dylan forgot my married name. I have a question so most most people do that. I have a question I've asked you this before. Because I really really do love Jake I think he's made some questionable decisions but so of I we live a lot of our live in front of the camera and we're GonNa make mistakes and we tend to make more of them than everyone else but it's fine. I don't think I'm not done okay all right. My question is this. I've I've always wanted a little brother. Is there any chance you would conceive another child with Gregg Paul. That is a hundred percent no but I have another plan so I was just babysitting Halston I mean he was her music. Halsey the fish fam- Halston and I I'M GONNA I'm GonNa take her. I think they're going to give her to me so I can have grandchildren when you say you want to produce one way. When you say you were you were sitting in Austin? You're babysitting Austin mcbroom mall stint halston Austin mcdonell Halston Halston holidays guys. It was nice. Yeah I love. I love George but we're talking babies. I WANNA grandchild. I'm working on it. Okay all right. I've made it very clear by the way right right vessel vessel no. It's not a best dad. I we're talking about this way here. A woman and I were talking about this on the way here. Mike is convinced that you are an alien because you're not even using any any real terms. You're just you're looking for a vest vassal in your life. I don't know how I'm not going to sugarcoat this. I'm not ready for a relationship. Both of you know that I want a very well put together woman with phenomenal genetics to carry a child of mine relationship deanship. You care about the person ideally yes but here's why here's why so we're at Jacob Tana's wedding. I'm just concerned they might conceive and have a baby before me well. What if the child becomes a mass murderer which taunt Jake and tanner his his this child that he's looking? Let's let's back this up here on this planet Short Pam Paul who thinks all is ready for fucking child. That is the scariest yeah I was ready to nominee deaths. We've had in the house over the past few months. Yeah animals are being eaten. Can you imagine ginger with the baby because no one's watching it. The baby crawling beans. I would take the baby bro if ginger has not consumed evan yet. The baby stands a chance on God..
"halston" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"'cause we're desperate to get Trump out of office? What does that have to well, joy joy essentially admitted it in their frustration. They they don't like President Trump. They think he's gotten away with something. It really bothers them in any way that they can slander other Americans who either support him or like him. They're going to take it and they jump on it because they're frustrated because they're angry. It's like they're slamming doors. They're they're they're pounding their fists on the table. They're they're at their wit's end. And it's irrational. I'm sure that's something that she's not willing to admit. I'm glad she's willing to admit that the reason they're flailing around, and they are willing to blame innocent people and take down students in anything else. They can do to damage people's reputations. It's really really terrible the piling on. And this was a it was a crystal clear example of that why is it because they're frustrated because they don't like President Trump. So the fact that these kids had a mega hat on made them fair game to them. So my question to you. Would you wear a maga- hat and public? Would you go out with it? I I wouldn't I wouldn't because I don't want to be attacked by idiots. So I wouldn't wear the hat would you wear it out in public. Now, look, I'm criticizing people. I would like to mercy who did a tweet. And I said look this shell shocked. They shouldn't be reacting to this. And then I was kinda bragging I I don't have any regard for these people. So I'm not afraid of them. Obviously. I just admitted I might be a little afraid of them because I'm not going to wear a maga- hat to an award show. I'm not even going to wear it into a a subway to order a sandwich. I mean, a subway or into the subway certainly not into the subway. I don't want someone to hit me over the head. So is the what is the mega hats say exactly what does it say. I mean, all it says make America grading, and obviously it's a little bit more than that. It kinda says I support President Trump. Right. I'm sure there's a way you could walk down the street and say, no, I just wanna make America great. I don't even know who this guy is Trump, but we all know the mega hat is a Trump thing now, but listen to sunny hostile listen to sunny hostile on the view, the ladies of the view, they have a way of admitting things and saying things eight a clear way, it's amazing to get their viewpoint. Sometimes it's so wrong and sunny halston is so wrong here. But listen to the way that the media or the mainstream people want to treat this incident, which is it's nothing but fraud a fraud was perpetrated on students in the story. And there's not there's no other angle to this is nothing confusing about it. But they want to always say, it's so complex and the kids. Start started this chance one kid ripped off his shirt, and you know. Which chanting? Prolife were there for them. And that's the other thing, you know, Catholic churches, you know, you get this this exemption this tax exemption because you're not supposed to be through medical, and and they had these fees. These political these hats on these these outfits again where were the adults advising them that they can't wear that. Where were the adults advising them? They can't wear that hat says sunny halston these people are so clueless. But I love to hear them talk because they this is mainstream America. This is someone who's paid to be on TV everyday to analyze the news. And she's wondering where we're chaperones ordering the children that they couldn't wear those hats why because the school that they go to belongs to a church that receives some tax benefits. What are you kidding me? So how does Sonny halston think that students shouldn't be able to wear those hats? What does that mean? I get another amazing quote from sunny hostile on the story. And again, this is why I love this story so much it is eight is it crystallizes what's going on in America. So much. What's the mega hat mean? Would you wear out in public? Because it is being called. It's undeniably in the clip. I'll play when I get back. They say that they had itself is the latest. You think it is a racist symbol, they think it's a symbol of racism. So you should be able to essentially judge someone based on this make America great again hat eight three three eight five two four eight six six. Eight three three eight five two four, Tom. What does that mean? What is what does the magazine? I mean, what does it say? Tell me what it says when you see someone with the hat on. What do you think about them? What does it say? What are they wearing on their head? What are they telling us? This is Tom Schiller. We'll be right back. Tom.
"halston" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Other hand, this is where it gets a little confusing for me because on the other hand, I'm seeing that regarding this the federal proposal, let's in congress right now, there's a quote here in the Miami Herald from Ted halston who's the CEO of the climate leadership council. That's a a. Group comprised of oil companies and other businesses saying that the introduction of the energy innovation in carbon dividend act provides a clear proof of concept that a conservative inspired carbon dividends framework can attract bipartisan support because they're looking for the fact that he says, it's no coincidence that the first bipartisan climate Bill in nearly a decade is based on carbon dividends a plan that returns revenue to the American people an appealing to all sides of the climate debate. So are are is the oil and gas industry is there something they see in this Bill that they like is it an exchange for I don't know fewer regulations or what? Yeah. I mean, there have been some plans over the years that have been supported by Exxon and shell and other other fossil field companies. So this new proposal from Deutsche prevents new regulations on carbon dioxide if it was implemented for like a full ten years. So the wouldn't be able to make new rules. Limiting it other. You know, more conservative just jump in here. Sure. That sounds like a pretty big deal like say at the PA cannot make any carbon regulations for ten years if this Bill passes. Yeah. I mean, the idea is that it's going to have a big enough impact that the that wouldn't be necessary. But that's definitely a concession for conservatives or environmentalists. Okay. Because the Bill says that aims to reduce carbon pollution by forty percent within those ten years, which would outstrip even the the goals. I believe that the Obama administration had. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, it has potential to be pretty effective. Okay. Potential to be pretty effective in practice. But again as you talking about the political potential perhaps is lacking. So I want to actually just get a couple of callers in here. If I can let's go to Rebecca who's calling from Bettendorf Iowa. Rebecca, you're on the air. Hi, hi, Meg this is Rebecca I just think taking my call. My husband is active duty military. So we've been all over the world, and we paid carbon taxes and other countries. I think that our country would benefit from this. Perhaps it would encourage people to use public transportation more. We're rural here. I wish we had a better public transportation system here. So if that carbon tax would then help fund better public transportation that would be fantastic. I think you're seekers, right? That folks are resistant to change. I think back to the recycling issue. We could do a much better job with recycling. But we're doing better than we were fifteen years ago. So I think that this carbon tax kind of falls into that same category. Well, Rebecca, thank you so much for your call. Let's get a different view. Here rolled is calling from lacrosse Wisconsin rolled you're on the air. Yes. Hi, thank you for taking my call. I wanted to emphasize I guess the education piece, and that people want understanding, this would I think support it. I think one key part might be just a simple equation that if I drive say ten thousand miles a year. What might I be expecting to spend extra on this e and then also what might my rebate be being that I would be a normal user versus a airline or a much larger user we'll rolled. Thank you so much for your call. Let's get an answer to that question from the co-sponsor of the energy innovation and carbon dividend. Act. Representative Charlie Crist joins us. Now. He's a democratic congressman from Florida's thirteenth congressional district. He's with us from Washington Coachman, Chris welcome to own point. Thank you Meghna. It's a pleasure to be with you today. It's good to have you. So so you just heard. Ruled they're asking what I think fundamentally is a question of is it possible that if and I know we've been talking about why it's a big if if your proposal gets anywhere in congress could it. Yeah. I mean, but could it have the effect of ending a being a slightly increased burden on the people who are least able to afford..
"halston" Discussed on KOMO
"Deadly car crash has left the seatac city halston and a south Seattle community in mourning. A newly appointed seatac city council woman has died Saturday around one Amina Ahmed was killed in a head on collision on south one hundred eighty eighth street in seatac she lived in south King County for the last twenty years as an immigrant. She was a voice for immigrant and refugee rights and in October was appointed to the seat. Jack city council, I mean as friends had planned to meet and greet. So the community could get to know the new council member it will still take place on December twenty first. Instead, it will be a time to honor the life of Amina Ahmed state troopers were out in force this weekend across the state cracking down on drunk drivers. In just the first couple of hours Friday night, five DUI's were caught and sahoma county alone was state trooper John ax men took part in enforcement action. It's a really big deal for us to work as one unit on to achieve a goal to used a mobile unit that allows them to process DUI's faster, getting them back on the road faster. Statewide, there've been nearly fifteen thousand DUI arrests this year, two troopers will join the DUI taskforce later this month in Snohomish county police continue their investigation of a fight that broke out at a Lynnwood bar this mish county sheriff's office is a group of alleged white supremacists. Walked into the rec room bar and attacked a black DJ witnesses. Tell us the group was yelling racial slurs. The DJ in a fight broke out. The DJ was taken to the hospital with non serious injuries. Police say they arrested eight men for suspicion of malicious harassment and assault. Can police are looking for a man they say is considered armed and dangerous after a deadly shooting and happened in the parking lot of the Tara via apartments overnight. Friday police do have a person of interest. No, they are. Now looking for hosts way Rivera Cruz. Anyone who sees Rivera crews are knows where he may be should not approach him, but call nine one one Renton police have arrested twenty five or twenty year old man in connection with the deadly shooting that happened last Friday the shooting stems from two men fighting with twenty year old Jason Hobbs junior. Hobbs was later found beaten and shot to death in the parking lot of the Renton ridge apartments. Police are still looking for another suspect. Police in Lacey are investigating a fire that destroyed Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall early Friday. The fire is the sixth incident since March, and what appears to be a string of attacks target. Jehovah's Witnesses Thurston county sheriff John snazzy says local church members aren't edge after the attacks. Makes you feel.
"halston" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Hey, guys, brand new podcast. And we are in the magic hours of sobre ctober, the magic hours baby think the twilight hours right hours when the sunset and you can drink. That's the magic. Oh martini. We're in our MARTINI shot that's meant to say, teeny shot MARTINI shot. That's Magnon a-. No. It's actually I don't know if I'm gonna start drinking. Tomorrow. That's so funny. You know, what I was today thinking I wish he wouldn't start drinking again. I'm definitely doing it. I fucking. I think you finally gotten kinda settled in the beginning. I think you were of it. Rocky emotionally, you've kind of settled emotionally. So is nice when you're settled feel settled right now feel very subtle right now. I know we shouldn't go to the improv like to go work out all night. We're still in the fuck and the weight loss challenge challenges been fun. It's been a little stressful. A lot more stressful than I ever imagined it to be big. Did you lose weight in your head lose weight? My head. Does you really wait everywhere? I don't know how much lost weight. But I think my measurements. I think I'm guessing them bleed. We haven't measured technically. But we've ballpark it. And I'm roughly a couple inches smaller than I was who's we may halston. I guess technically. I know we're not sure I'm not sure I'm gonna way myself tomorrow. I just put that on Instagram you want to check out my measurements. I'll read them to halston. You still have them. My measurements were my here. I weighed two hundred forty six pounds when this started. My chest was at forty nine. That's crossed the nipples forty-nine inches stomach around. The belly button was forty seven inches waste forty four. Biceps sixteen twenty six inches and calf fifteen inches. Yeah. I would I would do this. I liked last year's better with. Hi, doing hot yoga, so funny. I just said that today on the podcast morning for us. Robbery. It was less comfortable. Fall for you. This has been really stressful because it's been a little bit all consuming..
"halston" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Loved how twos and I just I never part of me was I don't wanna have to spend fucking in our covering it up and I'm going into some shooting, you know. But now at this point it's like the business people in the business. They kind of they didn't YM if they're gonna hire me, they know him not like this guys, this bad guy with because I have a tattoo. They know I'm like silly. So you know, they know what they're getting, but as fuck if they they wanna cover covered up. But I literally feel like I saw today, you got that you posted on this way. I went, no, wait, no, we didn't have any twos. Yeah. No, it's interesting place to start. Let's do a list of things that I'm going to. I'm going to try to think wholesome, please feel free to help of things that you go that you may not. You may regret? Not doing okay. Okay. So drugs are not one of them now alcohol's alcohol. Will you ever go in fun? Maybe maybe. Okay. I mean, I I'm not saying I would never drink scuba diving. I mean, I've, I've done snorkeling. I feel like a little. Oh, yeah. But I'm saying that's like when I did snorkeling, I was like, why would I wanna go further down. Hunting. I don't imagine I would ever do hunting. Yeah, yeah, motor I I've been I don't imagine I would ever. I've been like to the hunt. I don't imagine I would ever do the actual hunting is what I mean. Oh, you like camping? Yeah, I would see it. I've seen it, you know, but I wouldn't actually do the actually go with the guys I've been with the guys to she the shooting. Yeah, but I don't the guys see. Yeah, but I don't. I, I should be a magazine for that. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. ONA motorcycle. No, I don't imagine ever fucking do that. Really. It's just like. Why? Because you're going through a midlife crisis. But I mean, yeah, shave your head. I would do that for sure. For apart. Yeah, percent, yeah. Okay. Halston any other good ones. Okay. Going to church. I would go to church, but only because only if someone I cared about really wanted me to go. Okay, release your own album as a music? Yup. It depends like a serious one. I don't know. Fuck no serious. A joke one. Yeah, I've done it like I did a fucking silly rap one like check Smith. My alter ego like fucking years ago. And that was fun to me. Reality show..
"halston" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"He's always, he seems always happy. Seems what he's found religion or Fadeev. Some sort. Yeah, it's like lease not doing drugs. Nah, gives a fine now that guy really turned a corner, man. I mean, I think he was people were be obviously unfair to him like because like all. Yeah, he's a fuck up. He, you know, he's doing you racing Lamborghini down fucking the street in Miami, but it's like, yeah, he was also seventeen and had two hundred million dollars would have been killing people just for the thrill you've found. I think pretty big success young and but you've never fucked up. You don't fuck up. Yeah. Well, in that in that way, and the drugs drugs driving getting fucking nine children, you've, you've kind of been real then. Do you think you make a good dad. Yeah, I think so. I've been thinking about that lately because I never wanted will. No, I I wanted. I always in my in my family. I just thought, oh, you know, growing up. The thing you do is you just get married and you have kids. So I always was like off kids just put ever so I can't remember having the thought it was just something that I was just part of me. And then when I got older, I got married to a girl that I was at blew me away. When someone said that have been you Allston my guy runs. My podcast is one of your biggest fan. Fuck you'll world like he said to tax delays coming over and he's, he wrote back. I can't wait to meet my leader. That's right. That's right. Yeah. So you can feel free to ask them gonna have a section where you can ask him any question you want. Halston aren't kick. Okay, but but yeah, wait, I dude. When I, I might have been hosted..
"halston" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And you can't imagine from Trump being flight enough that he just didn't think about Trump. I can but all of his advisors as chief of staff is other trade people as they see that. That's where it gets to his are they all in on subverting the president because they think he's a danger. That's what I don't know. Let's get the news now with Marshall Phillips am my friends forget gun control. The new push is four bullet control. New York Times says California's new plan to reign in gun violence is going to be aimed at controlling ammunition. Limiting internet sales banning large capacity magazines, raising taxes on bullets and insisting on serial numbers or other traceable markings on bullets so police can more easily track them now Nevada now around the country bullets remain subject to far fewer federal regulations in actual weapons, but in Sacramento in LA, the elected officials have long ago demanded ammo dealers, keep detailed records of all sales records at detectives go over looking for people who shouldn't own firearms or ammunition. The article cites sergeant Greg halston the Sacramento police department tells them times about a recent murder where he found expensive type of bullet at the crime scene. He used the sellers. Bullet logs to come up with a shortlist of people in the city who bought that type of ammo and says it led him right to the suspect. As of next year amunition dealers across the state will be required to maintain logs of all sales again when a many steps California is taking to limit access to bullet. I think this is a classic it penalizes the law abiding, and we'll have no affect on the the the the evil doer. I think it will prevent the buying of ammunition by evildoers who lack ammunition and a motor car, right or not familiar with interstates eight ten forty fifteen and eighty which will lead you directly into other states or they have so no, no such restrictions. Meanwhile, if you're a law-abiding citizen, you're never going to do anything wrong ever in your life. It's more paperwork. It's more cost. It's.
John McCain, Joe Biden Biden and President discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Baptist church will include lots of music and bagpipes because John McCain loved music and bagpipes we're told the main speaker will be. Former vice president Joe Biden Biden, lost
Abby Huntsman Leaving Fox News to Join The View
"Way you think Abby Hudson is leaving Fox, News for the view Huntsman currently co host FOX and. Friends weekend is set to, replace Sarah Hanes Sarah I felt the same way everyone talks about her like she's this huge star, who and I had to Google. Her I. Don't she was apparently she used to do dispatches for like the today show or on the. Weekends she was there features. Reporter I never heard of. Her never seen her on TV. Ever I don't even know if she this sort of Oculus. Blonde, yeah I. Okay I've. Seen, oh. Yeah so then she shows up on the view and I didn't know who the hell she was, there and now she's leaving because she's going to co host GMA with Michael Strahan in that last, hour Oh that's weird okay So now the new lineup on the view is, going to, be, Whoopi, Goldberg, joy Behar sunny halston never heard of her is, any host and host and she, really good, looking woman Megan McCain. And then
"halston" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Hagar's brand new podcast. And if those you wondering where open tabs went, don't worry. It'll be back this week. It'll be up tomorrow. We, I was on vacation with my wife and my girls for two and a half weeks and I couldn't do it on the road. So it's going to be a good one. We're going to cover Rover fest, house Rover fest, halston. I had absolute time of my organ cover Rover fest. I'm gonna have my wife come in. We're going gonna cover. I don't have video for this, but I, I'm gonna cover it from my stories. We went to Universal's. We went to Disney with my dad and my mom and my daughters, and we rode the avatar ride wait for it tomorrow when we do open tabs because it is the funniest fucking story. I've got video from Rover fest will show that we'll talk about that. I started thinking, maybe I should. Maybe I should change open tabs into me going around and videotaping myself doing stuff and then showing it to commenting on it. Like, I don't know if that's going to be a better idea. But anyway, we got suffices say that I've been googling stuff for two and a half weeks, so it'll be a good open tabs. Today's podcast was Zach, bitter bitter is my marathon training coach. He's also my wellness coach. He wanted me to do this diet, but then I got a nutritionist, rival nutritionist, triathlon coach, travel on training is legit. Right now. I've been. I've been running just about every day. I've swam every other day. And right now we're focusing on food and booze. That's what I'm focused on right now. Nobu week of the triathlon. This week, maybe no booze this week starting. Now we'll we'll see at the store tonight with two shows maybe starting now, maybe maybe tonight. And then when the Marie Thomas anti Samara. So probably have a drink there. They have stuff going on. Now we'll say what. Another stuff going on later in the day for them. Now they've got some text messages, you know. Wide. You bring up anyway, Zach, bitter, you'll hear he oriented talked about going internationally, autumn marathon. I'll cover this at the very end of the read. Maybe I'll do that but Zac bitter. If you if you're familiar with him, he was on Rogan's podcast. He's an ultra marathoner. He ran a hundred miles on a track and I, I wanna say like seven minutes a mile, and he is ridiculous is insane as his wife is on his wife. He's his wife, not sure. Yeah, they're married. They lived in Wisconsin before now. Live in Arizona. I should probably I'm sure he tells people where he lives anyway. It's a great podcast. And so you'll hear about we talk about, I'll talk about this a little bit. We've got some sponsors this week, some great sponsors. It's so funny. My dad said to me this weekend, we were sitting in the law in his laundry room and he said, you know, but you should go on. You should go to four hymns. I swear to God. I swear, I swear to God. He goes, you're gonna four hymns as really goes. I on this prostate medicine and it grew on my hair back by the way. My dad didn't have a full head of hair, but he I looked at it for the first time and I was like, well, you have a head of hair like you have air. Yeah, he does have hair and I was like, get it stuff works for my prostate, but at the same stuff that they do for the hair loss stuff, you should try it. And I was like, wait, hold on, how do you know about four hymns? He was like, oh, forums, dot dot com..
"halston" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast
"You're gonna see a lot of innovation once they figure out once they get in with these guys it might take them awhile and again this is something we've talked about a fuel doing and might be something we ended up doing in the future but it's interesting though because it seems like the takeaway for this year is really the year the pms accurate that it seems like everything is kind of more whereas last year was very aspirational hey this would be a cool idea but this is more she's done this is this is definitely a lot more grounded i wouldn't call it necessarily the pms but i would say it may be the year that the pms companies a waking up to the fact that innovation is being stifled by the pms companies you know they are the legacy dinosaur in the industry that is preventing a lot of what the innovation this happened outside of the halston history right if you look at every other industry i felt like further along than than hospitality in terms of technology so i think this is the year that people are waking up and solving some of the real limitations that have held back the company so the next one i want to talk about was released to that is happy so i kind of mentioned them earlier these these guys that and i want to get to know them a little more and understand it a little bit more but ed from flip to saint onto the gotta credit easy yelled sold at travel travel quick he's speaks really really highly them and he's not the kind of guy that just is gonna talk highly of someone unless they're legit and they're trying to do this data stream thing with their ina integration between everyone and everyone kinda use them as a data hub but they're doing some interesting stuff related to how to use the data which which i think is what's missing in a lot of these other things so for example he gave happy access to the data that flip to has for the past twelve months and said run a third your algorithms and have your kind of look at it for insights so see what transa see what you can find related the sentiment stuff like that and he gave me a bunch of examples of actionable things that they learned from it so one of them which i thought was really cool was they looked at the car relation between negative stays like people that said they would not stay didn't have a great time and interaction at.
"halston" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On halsted street just north of fifty in halston funeral home call catch mcgill him catch and kill was real really kill them funeral home and halston chicago surprised it's not still in business i believe this was in the thirties in the forty all my god yeah i remember him talk rate name betty thank you so much you guys have a great day you're so nice thank you cue have fun and stewart has one to i think these are wives tales i don't know if they're true stuart this is believable this is real this is real you can check it out how you guys doing by the way listening to you you crack we drive for a living and you make the drive much less more it sounds like working it's like just having fun thank you very nice i live in rockford area and there's a tree service that's been running a commercial lately on tv got one other one for you it's not really a name as it used to be an advertiser i don't wanna get anybody in trouble i don't say their name but it was a hostas and their tagline was such and such hospice live life like there's no tomorrow very nice i thought it was a joke at first it's like you dear on saturday in my one of those steak.
"halston" Discussed on Acquired
"Was a feature of ordered process feature of word yeah well i was going to save this till till the end i think it's like the most fun idea to this whole thing forethought has this like tragic history of a company they're always perpetually raising money to doing bridge around after bridge around after bridge around it's impossible to raise money the irony is that because of powerpoint like powerpoint becomes goal by which more money is raised in the history of humankind over the next thirty years than has ever been raised in history until that point and the irony is the company that made it could not raise money so great but it also reminds me of the dropbox episode and steve jobs telling drew halston that it's a feature not a product ten billion dollar feature i guess there was no difference around in apple in whenever it was two thousand ten to still tell steve that this is a product now now did you research get into the talks that microsoft was having with another potential company only a little bit they supposedly there were two other companies that they were evaluating once jeff raikes had convinced bill gates that this actually needed to be a product within the suite of applications that microsoft productivity applications microsoft would make for windows but they evaluated the powerpoint was the best so apparently dave winer had a company called more capital m o r e and microsoft actually issued a letter of intent to purchase them and ended up walking that back they basically took.
"halston" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"There are a couple rules that i wanna tell you about lawyers and that has to do with disciplinary hearings one of the things that particularly here in california but i think across the country that lawyers should be most concerned with is the concept of abandonment of client because what ends up happening is they have bought themselves a good healthy investigation which you know almost any complaint will buy an investigation now usually disputes as to money not so much but disputed as to violating the canons of ethics stealing money misrepresenting clients not showing up at hearings that sort of thing by the name of justin halston who was actually at a hearing a disciplinary hearing when you are in front of the board in front of the judicial board determining what kind of penalty you are looking at suspension a reprimand public reprimand private reprimand you have to be a little careful now usually if you have any brains you're gonna hire a lawyer to come in and represent you a lawyer who has experienced dealing with a bar a lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with attorney disciplinary actions that's what you do matter of fact i've had a couple of complaints about giving bad legal advice on the air there have been a complete a couple of complaints to the state bar saying bill purports to give legal advice and it's horrible and always do twice is sent a copy of the show where i say this is marginal legal advice where i tell you have no case disclaimer i go beyond that you're crazy to listen to me you're out of your mind this is free advice and you're overpaying but there was they opened up a file they contacted me a letter went out so this lawyer justin all halston front of the kansas supreme court shows up at his hearing because you can appeal and go right up the supreme court and there is a hearing the problem was he showed up to the hearing falling down drunk you can't do that panel members became concerned that he might be under the influence of alcohol slurring his words not having much balance making no sense so they said you want to now we have to have a blood alcohol level i one was point one eight five twice the legal limit the next one was point two zero on his.
"halston" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"There are a couple of rules that i want to tell you about lawyers and that has to do with disciplinary hearings one of the things i tell you constantly on not happy with my lawyer my lawyer screwed me my lawyer hasn't called me in months one of the things that particularly here in california but i think across the country that lawyers should be most concerned with is the concept of abandonment of client because what ends up happening is they have bought themselves a good healthy investigation which you know almost any complaint will buy an investigation now usually disputes as to money not so much but disputes as to violating the canons of ethics stealing money misrepresenting clients not showing up at hearings that sort of thing by the name of justin halston who was actually at a hearing a disciplinary hearing when you are in front of the board in front of the judicial board terminating what kind of penalty you are looking at suspension a reprimand public reprimand private reprimand you have to be a little careful now usually if you have any brains you're gonna hire a lawyer to come in to represent you a lawyer who has experienced dealing with a bar a lawyer who has a lot of experience dealing with attorney disciplinary actions that's what you do matter of fact i've had a couple of complaints about giving bad legal advice on the air there have been a complete a couple of complaints to the state bar saying bill purports to give legal advice and it's horrible and all we do twice is sent a copy of the show where i say this is marginal legal advice where i tell you have no case disclaimer i go beyond that you crazy to listen to me you're out of your mind this is free advice and you're overpaying but there was they opened up a file they contacted me a letter went out so this lawyer justin all halston front of the kansas supreme court shows up at his hearing because you can appeal and right up the supreme court and there is a hearing the problem was he showed up to the hearing falling down drunk.
"halston" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jermaine jackson heard the gunshots i lost count at the difficile defects that agus nike tell it was two to three different types of god stanley died at the scene the other victims were a man and a woman former first lady barbara bush has been laid to rest in houston matriarch of an american political dynasty barbara bush never let the spotlight change her the former first lady now in her final resting place at her husband's presidential library next to her daughter robin who died of leukemia at the age of three at amazing life marked by service to her country her unwavering faith but above all love for her family that's abc's amy roebuck united nations meeting in sweden today secretary general antonio catanha's expressed optimism about north korea's surprise announcement that they're halting nuclear and ballistic missile testing and closing down a nuclear test side ahead but possible meeting with president trump abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran president trump greeted kim's announcement with glee tweeting this is very good news for north korea and the world big progress look forward to our summit that summit tentatively set for late may or early june a likely factor in kim's decision as he tries to show flexibility chicago police say they're looking for suspects behind the north side crime spree it began with an armed robbery than a carjacking beliefs spotted that corn gave chase the suspects hit a pedestrian and several cars at halston lincoln and fully where the pursuit ended police superintendent eddie johnson and so we have three vehicles taking taking we have an idea or have some good leads on who the individuals are the screen is hospitalized the suspects dumped that car little village then carjack somebody else there sports traffic and weather next on wgn.
"halston" Discussed on Coaching For Geeks
"What teams do you have at the mind the moment we've got a a halston pool one of the best allstone teams in europe at the moment that we've just part ways to the rocket league team currently in the process of picking up some new teams but don't wanna give too much way but yeah we quite small of the moment because we're kinda rebuild in a little bit re in what we do so we've cut back a bit to to build up again it's up since started out playing in each that rise at six yeah most succeed was was my game play on xbox bought quinn there was competitive seen on spokes which there isn't any more on that kinda bill team around a new cycle exits on uk and that anyway i part ways from them on made my own team which was cold coke nate east both time and then outside go better i started playing bathroom that people on still we had a really good team on than some point decided i'd say i expand cognate and into bringing on the teams and it's really good overwatch team on the apiece e randall sixteen which went on may the pro league as well we just kind of expanded from that until the g bowl araj which was already established bruns on that i've been moving stints no i got involved too late then and start minding but what do you chilly feel teams as a as a tim barrel east say are certainly get good at so i'm not.
"halston" Discussed on WCPT 820
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President, Us and Aaron Katersky discussed on News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum
"The mexico border if president donald trump requests them brown democrat and in a tweet today said she was deeply troubled by the plan from the president and militarize the border in her words and democrats responsible for most of the record numbers of women running for the us house this year but republicans part of the surge to the associated press informally counts that three hundred more women have filed their paperwork to run for the us house of representatives and more are expected to join a man holding what turned out to be a metal pipe was shot and killed by police in brooklyn abc's aaron katersky tells us the state attorney general is now investigating callers to nine one one said saheed vessel was walking around crown heights pointing what appeared to be a silver firearm passersby including children people in the community thought he had a weapon and was aiming at at residents mayor bill de blasio called the shooting painful and a tragedy the victim's father said his son was bipolar and no threat put these up to to the responding officers were from a specialized unit not beat cops that might have recognized basle police released video of him with what does look like a gun though turned out to be a metal pipe aaron katersky abc news new york seven years ago woman who was found dead in cal in a california mansion was thought to have killed herself death ruled a suicide but now a civil jury has awarded her family millions of dollars abc's sunny halston reports case that really just captured a nation and a family who insisted on seeking justice for their sister thank the jury for spending so many weeks to get justice for rebecca bombshell verdict in the civil trial centered on the mysterious death of thirty two year old rebecca's how.