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"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Look it's always great catching up with you and thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with everyone. Today it's incredible. I'm sure that there's a lot of people that have gotten a lot out of these in particularly some of the female leaders who would look at you doubt and be completely inspired and i have to say on behalf of late agent and l j hooker in everyone did accelerate. We will also prince fahd by you. Know your journey and what you've done you know. You're an incredible latest. I thank you. Thank you i just love it and i'll be back next year on. Just keep doing it in finding one thing to improve on bringing my whole tame with me. Hopefully sorry yet now. It's good thank you guys. Just give back so much. I get the magazine and i think i was thinking about it the other day it was roxanne. Pattison was on the cover. He twenty maybe fifteen. Fourteen account remain. She was nail jayhawker rookie. At the time. I remember going. What is this magazine. We've got a copy now back at the conference and from that di. I've looked forward to the issue coming out. 'cause it's just so much gold in it Excited failing copro. But i'd never. I wrote it down as a goal and that was just. Oh my god. That means i've become successful now. Industry very excited. I think everything happens at the right time for the right reason. A great act grave anyway away with my final question to you which is my final question to everyone on the show is that is if there was something that you'd like to leave listeners with or an important takeaway that you'd like people to remember. What would it be. i think for me. i've let that. I can have it. Oh i actually can be a great mom. I can have a great business. I can be a fantastic wife. And i can actually look to myself. You just have to fight song dicing and really complete lena. Compartmentalize you you loss. And just just a little bit of fi casino h those regions and you can have everything you've just gotta bay patients and have a plan and it all leads up for sure doesn't it did not yet. And it's if anyone toji copy everything. I think nate mattie last guy actually i cannot just state a plan around tidally colton. Thank you so much. Thank you hope you until episode the elevator with thanks to connects now dot com today. You don't forget to download you'll written action guide from this podcast containing extra tips links and shortcuts visit a lead agent. Elevate dot com..

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"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Messenger chats going. What's happened i mean. Obviously the markets had big turnaround in nwa recently. But how do you motivate your team win. Tom's or a little bit tough. Yeah so. I think these really a lot during covid when covid fist he. Everyone was not sure now. Now we know now if we're gonna look down as as the dole's get locked in business as usual but when we fist when in you know there was so much fear in the taint could feel it around. Am i gonna have a joke tomorrow. So i might constant message to everybody was all i'm trying to do is keep everybody in job because we need night how long it was gonna Iran is what it was like. And i really fans motivating people under that. Fia was really hot so the lessons. I learned from that i've continued to grow around two might invite a attain. Feel i think. I caught remember. Somebody accelerate will transform. But someone said you'll never outgrow the energy of business later. Maybe tom from eljay. Yoko yet could could have been quite a few of them. Yes that selling that has risen item. Which may wear. It's up to me to debate the energy in that way and so sorry. I can tell very quickly when someone's not in the same flow is us in the business in Massage it's just a coffee. We talk about what's going on. It's usually something going on outside of work and united. I might just need a mental health. Sti- ally mock need to heat at psychiatrist to have all your sheet to get. Yeah and i guess you just reinforced again. How important it is to look after yourself and your own mental health. Ck's later because you know your energies is teams energy absolutely and it's got to be aware that not everyone is going to get up at five. Am and be spryly. And that k. If i coming at ten. Am and they sprightly. I'd prefer that and then coming to thirty in they grumbly. You know you run out of battery. Three o'clock that's like Just big energy In your energy affect others that says a be cultural point in abbas messy..

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"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"With plugging new pissing to the business. And we did that during our good times on united in the last either and then when the market shifted than it came back very quickly we looked at the business and wake dot straight four hundred thousand dollars in salaries in the business didn't change so he was sorry top heavy and people and what we went through. That is how we can be up more efficient. Whether it's with more technology that a sense better prices side now that the market's changed and we are super-efficient. We more profitable than we've ever been amazing in the early days. What do you think or even now. What's most important risk that you took a look. I think we tighten risk every day on employing people. I also took a risk of getting rid of the speak. Many manages out of the business Looked that way the more those people i got rid of the mole that came back onto me. Sorry that was a big risk. Look i think if you're not taking risks growing cy where always happy to take calculated. Risk some of them haven't paid off in january with paypal. I looking at management roles. We've put on some people that we think they gotta be up to where we can move forward. And they haven't end being in separate geographic geographical offices. Sometimes you let them go to came out in a guy yet a dozen workout and there's a lot of work for us to go in and try to build. Usually paypal is the biggest risk for us. Yeah we're gonna move onto paper now. So what's your favorite question to ask someone in a job interview. What does it tell you about them. Off favorite question for me. I always awesome. What it parents would be most proud of. However did i answer that tells me a lot about the values so you know i always say to someone. If i was sitting here with your parents what would be the thing that i tell them is proud of And it's not usually the thing. I'm looking forward to have. I answer in space kebabs. They parents all brother lacey. So whoever it is that would. I want them to side. So that's a really good gone. Emma ally question is if you're not successful. what are you gonna end. A lot to think you'd buy side is still going to continue pursuing these corre- that makes me really happy dioxide things like. I'll just look for another korean will s. t for job. Yeah so probably to questions. Yep great questions. Had you help. New employees understand the culture of your business. Yeah so we have a induction program which she's round Office manager looks to them. Die coming this you find your desk. How we lock up everything. How to ex I generally tried booking like a lunch with that in the Monks stamina. I and i can have off now time in any questions. They've got but for us. It's more a heavy very flexible culture and at todd familiar with new people to explain what that means to me. A have no time for anyone who watches the clock..

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"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Going all in with release and growing them and taking ansari ask systems and processes. What you i job in. What did it teach you. My first job was wrapping fish and chips and calling out the order numbers and i guess it helps my auctioneering i if i look back number thirty six show fishing but that it actually told me i got to end some money on the weekends and it really details me the link between money and we can you know. It's very grateful for that. When i was fourteen. And a yeah. What's one common myth about real estate or about leadership that you'd like to sit strike. Think accommodates about latest sheep. Is that each this job in business and you really have to work hot. And i think it's a very lonely road at the top. And you you never gonna be ought to make friends with everybody so i yeah i think being a later in the business is definitely. They hottest row intensive mike. Control the welfare Tame is where should be. We discussed this a little bit will but what does the first are viewed. I look like and how does it go after that. Suffice pretty much looks like up fading kids getting my kids out bid my otis discarding to speak bid so he's usually banging on the usually screaming a bottle side. It is very hectic. But i get up a full them which it really depends on the not up had them and if i do if i'm able to get up it's getting up writing down rightful full looking at my intention to the die and we can feeding an hour of meantime. Am i going to applaud his. Am i gonna do a podcast on the way into work like. How does that look. Because i need to have that. Who is three people that have been most influential to you on your leadership. Jaydee semi mom definitely number one. She she's not. I know you told me about real estate. and later. she but she's don't make piss in a good moment in that. That's far more important than anything frank. My business partner hearing pit a hey seventy something alright giveaways age but he's still got the energy of a forty five year old and hey has told me about legacy important that is to work towards leaving good legacy and you know i probably wanna say my kids now. They have to did they. They've told me more about latest anybody in the world and probably starting to take me more about negotiation than anyone else to me. I think if you you become a fob and shadow when you have your children. I think i think on the whole kids are the best negotiators in the world and the best marketers is in the world to straight. I do not stop negotiation about. Why have absolutely looking back. What do you think was your biggest mistake in growing your business. What did you learn from it. I think the biggest mistake was when cash fly. Easing isn't any sheree. I think he's roy paypal at problems. So i had flies many shea. Someone comes to you with a problem. You can generally fix that.

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"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

05:46 min | 3 months ago

"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"I like you can pay self to what everyone's highlight reels and just didn't have time of spice verde muhiddin and it's a really good lesson for show and so you won five thousand dollars. What are you going to spend the money on. Well i'm going to spend it on the tame. Because i think my biggest lesson was putting yourself first in really looking after yourself. Say look after. Angie and i quickly realized that are not the only person in that situation by ninety nine point nine five percent of outta tammy's in that situation whether the single moms single dads have no children have children whatever it is. I think i always feel that. I need to put out business fists. Which is a great thing but it's also terrible culture s- couldn't Counter intuitive soy on doing a die on with details on how to get the hit brought get the wake on the health wealth. Whatever they want to work on. That's going to be incorporated cousins fake. His who are gonna come in and really wake with the team on that and they decided to Not the prize money sought his. I just wanna give everybody. I alice every quota that they can use in weight onto on themselves whether they want to do some volunteering oak. Gene guy for woke long debate on k. Have i screamed the right house out. But we're going to give clemency You've got to do something fi self not fee family. Copy someone else. And they have to send me a fighter with the hashtag. I was selfish today. So that's all. I'm asking so i'm just gonna try and build more of a culture rounded psychiatry selfish for a little bit absolutely well. I can't wait to see some of those fighters coming into making that there's a lot of scope they beca you ready for quite being that. I'll make sure our marketing team them clean as absolutely so. Let's talk a little bit about your career because although you're young and you've got a young family but you've been the real estate in st for like twenty five years in your second generation agent. How did you get your In the real estate industry. Yeah so my mom was a real estate agent and she's always switched to the oj. Who sorry. I grew up knowing the brand and she was very successful southeastern and then when i when i asked him she had arrived business. I asked her if be part of the business end. She said she thought. I was just trying to get a job and probably was united to a certain extent. I wasn't really sure what i wanted to finish my study. And you know. I saw mom a really successful person but i was also highly aware the hours she because she missed out on a lot growing up in a row off the guy in school events and so i sold outside of it as well anyway. She said why..

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"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"halton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Where we delve into some of the most interesting minds in business sending real estate for the very best tips and strategies to implement. Elevate your business. I'm smith mclean relate agent and host today show. We have a pretty special guest on today's show that also happens to be a winter edition cover story. And that's rebecca halton of l j hooker city residential impressed away with almost twenty five years of real estate experience. Rebecca is ceo of three successful franchises and is also that she's winner of the elite agent thirty day accelerate challenge so beck. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me well. It's great to have you on the podcast particularly after your recent success accelerate said how did you find the most recent program. Sorry i've done a few now outside. It was It was good to get back into it. I found i found these fun. Probably the mice life. Changing because of my situation i think going into it and where i was and is the first time i actually stood back. I wasn't in it to win it. I was in to actually change what i was doing. I had a real sense of purpose. What i wanted to get out of it so i think that helps And it's funny. And i want you to wipe from winning in. It just happens. Because i was just focusing daily on what i needed to get the best out of myself not thinking about what. He's everyone else doing. You're not looking at the late aboard. I just let that guy. And i don dailey. Retains them what i was doing. It's really interesting actually. Because that's one of the big lessons that everyone says the real estate industry On the outcome but rather focus on the prices such a good lesson and one that way i think as real stack ficials naked raila and runs away saying the big picture in new and and that's always good to look at that and if you thought of that but i think you need to look at your daily and even your alley. What are you doing alley. That's productive will try not to be productive which was my kaizen. Typing time out of the business in looking at unites impersonal stuff. Yeah it's interesting. Because i mean like so many agents. You've got a lot of competing priorities in your life. Your mom to two young boys..

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U.S. Lifts Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine

All In with Chris Hayes

01:45 min | 5 months ago

U.S. Lifts Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine

"We are no longer recommending pause to the johnson and johnson vaccine. I support the a cip's recommendation that the johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine be used for persons eighteen years of age or older in the united states population under the fda's emergency use authorization. And i have signed this recommendation with these actions. The administration of johnson johnson covid nineteen vaccine can resume immediately. Where you haven't ten days. After pausing the use the johnson johnson coronavirus vaccine and fda cleared the one shot vaccine just over an hour ago. A decision praised. Dr fauci the fact that the cdc in the fda originally hawes wiz should underscore to everyone that we take safety very very seriously so when a vaccine is let out again to be able to be vaccinating people in this country you can rest assure. The that's a safe inefficacious vaccine early last week. Federal health officials call for halton usa vaccine after six women between the ages of eighteen. forty developed. A rare blood clotting disorder at the time more than seven million doses have been administered since. Then we now know of fifteen cases of this specific disorder. Three people have died. Four people were sent to intensive care. Those cases are not nothing i mean. There's a reason. I think they paused it. But today s cdc panel that went through this thoroughly said the vaccine's benefit out with risks. Although they did pose a potential warning label the decision to resume using the vaccine gives us back another important tool in our arsenal fight. This virus as ever. us adult is now eligible. Get shot

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"halton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"halton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"Minutes on this if if you please. You mentioned your. Was it proved V. Privy three. Three being charitable arm. Just describe exactly what that does. So. I guess it was on. A, what for a period of time with the? Best Gray and you would know of Beckham, show Chris, and so she's been with us last sort of three or so years. Out that. Really struggling as a as a as a really aspiring professional player. And you know it's been as high as maybe four fifty singles and one fifty doubles. while. Crowded into Wimbledon doubles lost year. Just just being out with her and you know at some twenty-five Kazin. You just recognize the challenge. It is to keep going. These some of these. You know players outside you know two hundred three hundred in.

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"halton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"halton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"Listen to because they know me. But the. The even now I'm thinking right adult thinking I WanNa take tennis vits Chris Journal, because I get lots of people, right site tennis, and then eventually eventually I would like it to be called the Journal podcast millet, not but enemy combat are point the other thing that that serves you well it with that business is that you can then create outreach. So you could actually create satellite programs in other clubs is not just the Holton coaching program, because then again not has the same effects. If you're the Holton coaching program, and then you go to answer the local club and say we want to come in there. The instantly the human nature thing kicks in of what we don't want Holton coming in here, but if it's every bowl that that's a different Arcana second thing, but the biggest thing that screamed out from that little two three minute spell was what you said by. The end of the day when all is said and done, everyone gets paid and the Prophet. Gets paid forwards into junior program your charitable arm, and so on which is like for me, Utopian in terms of I'm trying to spread the word on in terms of creating a business that people can get guaranteed income and be part of a team like you say come in every day. Be greeted where that comes also coaches, you know. The the coaches walked through the doors in their greeted well treated well. That's a good slogan that and kill. And Jim the but this whole thing of the motivation is a bigger thing than just making money, and even developing players. What you talked about near the end there is a much bigger thing. Mental health wellbeing is more important than the ranking or the states is of the player gets two hundred percent and I think that you know when when when it comes together for for a player. You know to to read the Excel and go on and do super super well that. That's a perfect storm. Isn't it so many things coming together? So you know we use the the happy consequence of end. If if if the happy consequence of what we do here is that we developed. You know some great tennis play is. That's fantastic, but you know what I'm really interested in is having a hand in helping develop great people. Having a hand. In. Developing and helping people with publishing their lives with their overall health, and the that that fitness and the confidence and it's been amazing loss Q. Few days, just saying the members coming back in. You know requiring some real support to get them back on cool develop that confidence again in just playing and being out in and getting out of knock down so the place here wholesome serving serving that role I think is being in a place of. Without using the PUN to. Unashamedly but being a place of service. And you know there's an element of servants servant leadership. As leaders. How can we? How can we serve on members at show our coaches? How can we serve able year? And develop you know a the best possible environment and my goodness. We're not without. Without all the COPS and. And and I certainly don't get everything, right? That's for sure, but I think. It's important to take kind of ownership of the old. The overall process and And take that responsibility you know and. With with with a great team and a lot of support I think is way you can do it. You mentioned early role in the you. The camera exact words, but essence of it was that you know you can come in the learn on the job, and actually you know nothing that's in a way. What you do is a program or the club. It feels like an evolution doesn't feel like This is job done box. Ticks were happy is just a constant evolution and let's. Give show to here a you strike me as the sort of person that would bounce forwards in A. Bounce back from saying you just you can apply in on. You knew what you want again. Of course you're going to have a hurdler hiccup or a wall to get round and so on, but you will continue to go forward which things an important trait to have as a as a and never heard the word the expression servant leader before, but I'm definitely going to Google that if it's an actual thing. And I think the concept of the Malaysian moving on. You know people ask me now, sometimes while my Gosh Mike, you've been you still Holton. You must've been there twenty seven years and actually. That's probably about Bengal I have. Why have I been here that long because we're able to continually evolve I've had. The, Opportunity in the freedom in the permission to try things to do different things to explore different avenues to. So every year feels like it's just not a repeat of the year four twenty years. Experience is not the same thing each year. It's different things over twenty years. And I've really felt that then I think it. You know I often. Often, but I say to our coaching team. Look. We're not gonNA grow old together here. In a Pov, mom I roll is to help develop people and. Spend some time with spent some years with us, but then then go out. Lead Your own club. You know, take take it on. An because That's that's what part of this whole kind of evolution in journey is about it's. True, you know had a young guy. Thirty now been with a sixteen years old. He was an apprentice with us right out of TC's to this level one level two level three level four. Know his is handed in his resignation a couple of days ago and said look. It's time for me to move on and fly, and I was like Delighted for you that you've been able to make that choice in that decision. and. We can't hang onto everyone as fish. You'll definitely and I just one more thing you got get on the court, but then. The that what you just described there you could use the analogy of a a good pedants, because I don't believe I think it's a terrible shame, but I don't believe that most of US appreciate appearance. Do for US until we're much older and we probably don't ever tell them which is also a terrible shame, but that's exactly what you do is you? Would you? Not Coin can of Cliche. Cliche phrase of give them the reach to grow in the wings to fly that that's what you do and I'm sure there are coaches. Probably listening to this the actually hopefully on reflection will go go actually. Yeah, he did. He did do that for me. He gave me the freedom to an strength to actually know that I could leave and you probably going to have some sort of them. Turnover in terms of coaching staff, and naturally anyway, so why don't make a postive expedience rather than actually I'm too good for you now. I'm going to do what I need to do so last thing for me. Couple of.

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"halton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"halton" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"My you, podcasting systems, five utilize son Max. This week. I have another fantastic guests for you. His name is Mike James. He is the director of Houghton. Tennis club absolute soul to the. Nicer Guy, you can never wish to meet. The tastic coach leads an amazing team. He has about fourteen or fifteen fulltime coaches club, and they cover everything in the tennis world from complete beginners all the way up sued to professional tennis players, he would be one of the few people that I would actually send my children to for tennis lessons if they expressed an injection getting involved, and he is originally from Kenya, went to at Zony thirteen went to Arizona University and has run this program for twenty seven years, which is testament to his vision and his constant evolution of the program. It really was fantastic chats, and I'm sure that you will get as much. As. I did before I pass you on. By. If you like this shoe, take a second press that button on your podcast, APP and give us a five star review and Spend a minute to write a review on what you like about the show namedrop guest. Tell me what you liked. Then it really does help us get discovered on the search engines so enough for me enough from my assistant Max I will pass you on to Mike James Enjoy. So, you are my. Forty first entry. Into My tennis journal Mike James. Welcome to the show, thank you, Chris! It says a longtime Hong type coven. I've been speaking to you for ages of this. For the purpose of the listener. Can you give just an overview of what you currently do in tennis? Currently. Director of Tennis Holton Tennis Center. So run a pretty big program here at the club. Under the brand of every tennis, which which have run for many years, so that's how coaching Brian Holton Sense. Responsible for team coach is delivering that program. The overall club everything that happens tennis-wise the Santa. A. A few of my own individual clients is still quite heavily involved sort of on-court on the performance side. and. What would you good chef Chris as a tutor and? The level, four senior performance coach qualification a. That's. Broad kind of day. I had done a few soy earlier. This week I did a bit of a recap of revisits to how many countries listen to this show and I was blown away their eighty seven. Countries where people listen to the show, so for those that are outside the UK, Describe Your Tennis Club in terms of what is in the UK, but also the can a slightly. Say Yeah. Unique History of the tennis club. Yeah so we are in Buckinghamshire and quite quite. A Rural County, but not too far from London so you know forty minute train ride into London. So Beautiful area around the sort of the Chilton Chilton hills and. Glorious area! and. It very much shun the clubs. History's very much steeped in a very very strong relationship with them. The Royal Air Force. and was for a very long time. The RAF Tennis Center. An and back in two thousand two. Way developed a really really interesting partnership with with RAF tennis, and to be able to run the center. And provide. For All of their needs and their teams, but also really put us in a position to develop the facilities the overall club. And really develop what we what we kinda. Hope is just a a world class club. And his clock. That's a I love that expression world class. Club, and they often too much of a tangent. I think we're both fairly philosophical, but. And this idea I think it's a UK thing that a club. is on a hierarchy. Scale is not. The, order, If you said. I run a club versus I run a performance program. People would think performance program is more important or more more complicated, and I know the size of your club and I notice from the various discussions. We've had over a drink after a module of the SBC that. You know what you do is phenomenal in terms of the the. Over arching reach that you have within your tennis community, and of course you're. The Person Directs that circular WANNA to try and build up this picture of if we can, but before we do that. I'd like to go back to your first tennis. Experiences so describe how you go into tennis where you were in the world. Now, thank you Chris Snow I well I was born in born and raised in Nairobi Kenya. and. My first experience of tennis was and my dad built my brother and I a tennis court. You just get not no background in tennis, but decided. You know we were quite came. Spokesman the both of us sin. I must have been six seven. And he built us this cool. Literally with his bare hands, it was incredible out of. Marham so what they? What? The the roads in East Africa were made of this kind of really orangey clay type sort of surface, and that's that's how I that's how I began. I? Would you tell me about your DAD building your court? I naively thought he painted lines on grass. In. Venice is actually the real McCoy yeah. Bill chat rolled. It got the Merriman and I mean it was an absolute labor of love. Muster taken in. You know best months to do it. We can't and. An offense! Defense Toe fetched. I mean the the only issue we had. We had a family a will in the garden, so they would come and destroy the fence every night, and it was you know we all kinds of things to battle with, but. I was less send my brother and I began to play on that court and then. From their own woods. Voting schooling Kenya have played at school and then when I was twelve thirteen, we moved to the US to Arizona. Kind that square. Montana's probably really really to call. The school back a little bit and actually. Because we hadn't miles maclagan on the show. And he described his upbringing in Africa in. It sounded so. Organic for lack of a better word, especially in the sporting sentence, and it's probably again. This slightly rose tinted spectacles that we can sometimes be guilty of.

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"halton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"halton" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Matter organizers in Seattle ordering a two week Halton police use of tear gas pepper spray and flash bangs against peaceful protests in New York governor Andrew Cuomo is moving ahead with police reforms that cities and counties will have to follow to keep their state funds it is not just about Mr Floyd's murder this is been forty fifty years and calming let's be honest and let's restore the trust because if we don't the police can't do their job and the community won't feel safe the CDC is out with new coronavirus guidance Dr Anthony Fauci says one thing has not changed please wear a mask all the time because the mask will give you some protection the best thing to do is to avoid crowded areas but if you're not going to do that please wear a mask the nationwide death toll has stopped one hundred fourteen it's time to check the roads from the Dr traffic sponsored by liberty mutual insurance where you only pay for what you need that construction project continues for the new hockey arena that is shut down water both directions just south of Pacific so if you're heading home this afternoon in that area you're better off on the boulder highway crash with injuries on lake Mead eastbound at ninety five that is blocking off the right lane good way around that would be Vegas drive nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage liberty mutual customizes your coverage so you only pay for what you need I really Palin the Kate on traffic.

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Are There Zombie Viruses  Like The 1918 Flu  Thawing In The Permafrost?

Environment: NPR

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Are There Zombie Viruses Like The 1918 Flu Thawing In The Permafrost?

"Now we take you to the top of the world to the Northern Coast of Alaska where a cliff is crumbling and exposing ancient hunting site. There's another head back there. GonNa head right here head right their main body right here. Across the Arctic these prehistoric settlements are being unearthed. And the reason why is climate change as NPR's Mike Lean do cliff reports? Scientists are worried about something that could be lurking inside. These settlements Zombie pathogens up on top of an ocean. Bluff team of archaeologists is trying to pull off an emergency excavation. Here we have ribs and vertebrae other long bones. That's Dominique Tulu. Student helping to dig out hunting cabin. He's found a stash of animal bones at the other end of the house. Glenis on shows me where someone was storing fresh. Kills so this. Is this skin right here? At my feet are mummified seal. These seals are incredibly well preserved. You can see their skin their whiskers and this odsal paw. Oh Paul everywhere they dig. There's another surprise owing us. This is ridiculous. That's an Jensen the archaeologist leading the team they're out of coastal site near Ukiah that the town wants known as Barrow. They're rushing to save a piece of history before it falls into the ocean the cliff where the cabin is buried is going breaking apart because of climate change bird bird after bird after bird stack up in their skin. There there is the whole boy. Things are getting super stinky. The birds are thawing in rotting. That's right when students hands covered in black king bird flesh. Oh yeah hands. Oh my gosh. Oh now Johnson starts worrying about something. We can't see even flu virus. Oh norovirus yes. The team realizes there could be bird-flu hidden in these carcasses. You he all across the. Arctic climate change is causing the ground to warm soften like butter and there are a lot of things buried this ground. Not just animals but also their diseases tinkering take a rank colleen. You're GONNA drive yourself seriously. You need a break cooling. The major as a student she puts on gloves. Yeah you should probably do that hand. Because I mean a lot. Dunkin you at this point. In the excavation something even crappier happens. A human molar appears really human tooth. Now the site rat isn't a burial ground. There shouldn't be bodies right here but the two does make them pause because it reminds them that there aren't just animal diseases buried in the Arctic but also possibly human diseases. There are tens of thousands of bodies hidden in the Arctic permafrost. Jensen knows this better than anyone. I've gone a lot of burials. Yeah I've probably Doug as many variables was anybody. Some of the people buried up here. They died of smallpox others from the nineteen eighteen flu. Have you ever seen human remains like as well preserved as this seal? Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah well the little the little frozen girl from rookie. Avic ARE NYACK. Yes she was. She was actually much better preserved than the seal. The little girl was just six years old. She was carefully wrapped in duct skin. Parka WITH A FUR-TRIMMED. She had this little sled with her. She died about eight hundred years ago. Water in around her burial I think and she was socialist. Basically encased in ice. We're able to take her out in a block of ice. Her body was so well preserved that Jensen shipped her to anchorage so doctors could do a full autopsy. One of those doctors was Michael's Zimmerman a paleobiologist at the University of Pennsylvania. I've done the number studies on frozen bodies in Alaska and when you open them up the organs role there and they're easily identified. It's not at all like Egyptian mummies where everything is shrunken and dried up. So it's easy to see what a person died up for the little frozen girl. It was starvation. But Zimmerman has seen infections embodies excavated from permafrost in one case a mummy from the Aleutian Islands. Looked like it had died of pneumonia and when he looked for the bacteria inside the body there they were frozen in time. We can see them microscopically in the in the lungs. There's this fear out there that once human bodies are exposed by melting permafrost. The pathogens in them could come back to life like Zombie pathogens. It's not unheard of anthrax. Can do it. It happened just a few years ago. In Russia a massive reindeer burial ground thought in the anthrax that killed. The reindeer woke up and started an outbreak. Were these new moon. You bacteria still alive. Zimmerman tested it. He took a smidge tissue from the lungs warmed it up fed it and tried to revive it. Nothing grew not one single cell though. I was happy because I didn't have to worry about catching anything. Zimmerman says he wasn't surprised. Bacteria were dead. Anthrax is a special case. In general bacteria that make people can't survive deep-freeze we're dealing with the organisms. That are hundreds of years old at least of the stuff. I work out of their frozen for hundreds of years and I really don't think they're ready to come back to life. I asked him if the same is true for viruses. I think it's extremely unlikely we've never been able to Culture any living organisms out of these bodies in nineteen fifty one a pathologist from San Francisco. Johan Halton decided to test this out. He went up to a tiny town near nome Alaska in dug up the bodies of five people who had died of the nineteen eighteen flu a virus that killed at least fifty million people Holton told. Npr Two thousand four that he cut out tiny pieces of the people's lungs and try to grow the virus in the lab. I hope that I would be able to isolate living virus. And they couldn't they ours is dead. And in retrospect of course maybe that was a good thing a good thing. But here's the crazy part. Holton tried to capture the virus twice. He went back to Alaska when he was seventy two. In Russian. Scientists like Holton have intentionally tried to revive smallpox from bodies in their permafrost. They recovered pieces of the virus but couldn't get that to grow either so maybe when it comes to Zombie Diseases. It's not melting permafrost. Me Need to worry about but what scientists are doing in the lab mike do cluff NPR news.

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"halton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"halton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Halton debt Elkin fama and crying can heighten that is good and it I looked at it's funny the real translation I think of that is on the temperature in diseases but if you type into Google translate it comes out as the best heavier of the intrinsically warm and sick units that's the subtitle yeah yeah so anyway he's a guy that came up in ninety eight point six and that's good for a long time but that's just so if that was just based on his observations his study yeah Duckett was an average it wasn't like this is what you should be it was just the average of all these people right and then a hundred and thirty years later we finally got around to verifying whether that was actually true or not well I mean it says and I need to do that that they said it was ninety eight point two from another study but then everything I still read as ninety eight point six so all right but I know you're talking about though I had heard in the last few years that they're like the ninety eight point six as is kinda kinda made up right so the point is is that your body is going to be roughly somewhere around there right at your normal body temperature yes and then depending on the time of day it's either gonna be a little cooler than that or a little warmer than that yeah and our body temperature is regulated by something called the hypothalamus and like I said depending on the time of day your body temperatures can fluctuate and that's tied to sleep apparently says your body temperature is rising usually in the late afternoon is about where it peaks during the day that's associated with wakefulness alertness yeah not necessarily just having a high body temperature but it in incline in the temperature in your body yeah I mean you're awake you're alert you're ready to go right yeah ready for action if they want to search the decline that's associated with drowsiness and it it's it's some it's trough your body temperature is at its lowest right about before you wake up right and that's actually associated with R. E. M. sleep yeah so there are some some stuff started to come out just bear with everybody we're we're laying the groundwork so your body temperature changes in the hypothalamus is directing the whole thing and sleep and wakefulness has something to do it's related to your body temperature changes all right did not you take.

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Italian police officer, allegedly slain by Americans, mourned. Suspects In Custody.

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Italian police officer, allegedly slain by Americans, mourned. Suspects In Custody.

"Two American teenagers are accused of killing a police officer in Rome one of the teen scene Adeline folded and hand cuffed inside the police station before being questioned by police now wouldn't it it was a mistake to cover his always like this eighteen year old gave the Tolly jewels and nineteen year old for the good elder would taken in for questioning to tell you please say the two Americans confessed to stealing a backpack in an alleged drug deal gone wrong security footage showing the two suspects fleeing the scene attended with the fatal stabbing of newlywed officer Mario church yellow rega the teenagers metal school in San Francisco Gabriel traveling every year with his father to visit his Italian grandfather his friend joining him on vacation just a few days ago police say they were demanding a hundred euros and a gram of cocaine to return the bank they'd stolen two plainclothes policeman was sent to respond and that's when ray got a thirty five year old officer was stabbed eleven times police say they apprehended the man at the hotel while they were preparing to leave the country investigators say they found overwhelming evidence in the room including the supposed murder weapon concealed behind one of the ceiling tiles as well as bloody clothing elders neighbor back his home stoned by the accusations and since she was born and I'm in shock the nicest guy elders family telling ABC news they haven't heard from the sun in three days adding as any parent would be would deeply concern for us some of the Halton by the expressions of sympathy and support from our friends and neighbors this is a community mourns slain police officer now being hailed a

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"halton" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"halton" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Okay. Made me think of the awesome video that are boy Halton now. I want to talk about that. I don't want to talk about that. Dude. I don't why I watched that. I watched the whole thing too. I watched the whole thing all sixteen seconds of that. The first one is bad. The first one's bad enough trying. Oh my God. You were eating. I was and I was eating. Tell what this video is. Because I don't know, man. It's like really gonna. Let us know what an anal prolapse is. This. This is the only so this is the only woman who can handle the X men super cock. Yeah. Yeah. Holy. That's what it was. Oh my gosh. So she's dressed like fucking more tissue from the Addams family. She sitting with these two giant like they're not even those. Sculptures. They're looking like I was trying to honestly looks like some shit like like a like an Addams family person would have as like a decoration. Yeah. They look like to like like, vases or like, yeah. I don't know. What the fuck? Yeah. It's like it's like the top shelf thing Pottery Barn Pottery, Barn, color, me mind. Yeah. Like you go in. You're like, oh, it would you like to pay a plate? We have a very expensive. So he Pena's of their two hundred that won't take seven days to bake seven days to cool down takes about two weeks to make that one. Oh, it looks like it looks like some like cool modern art that a Miami businessman having their home or like, they would buy from like, you know, like analogous -opoly type. Dude. That makes the big teddy bears, whatever that type of sculpture. Yes. Just a weird sort of shape that people would have just in the middle of their foyer is all white room. And then just that Senator tastes really, I think that's a date. Yeah. Is it? What is it is? And it was four hundred thousand dollars. Oh, okay. Yes. Made by man in Italy. The rumor is that it's shaped after his grandfather's. Cock supercar actually seems gale gale. Yeah. No. But this girl this girl. I mean, if you haven't guessed already, she proceeds to sit on all of these. She sits on the first on the first one in gyms the second one dude in basically every time she'll jam it in there. And it goes in all the way in all the way in and she rips it out and then her ass. I haven't even explain her asshole like breathes. Dude. I'm gonna throw up this is so funny. She like, no the way it's edited. 'cause it's cut by someone. It's the most like fucking mind, destroying sixteen seconds. Oh fucking. I'm getting worse. Feelings. First of all, I said this to Cody where dischord he doesn't have like push to talk. So when he speaks his Mike just picks up. I just feel like on. No. No, no, no, no. I'm like same reaction. I'm fucking laughing so hard like no sound is coming out if you like if you like zoomed in on our ass and like crop the rest of our body. It would look like it would look like that shit in Star Wars like that. Sandpit with the monster in the middle pit of Kaku. Yeah. Whatever fucking that an antiquated one pod. Racers. I don't I don't know. But I dunno pit of cock. Yeah. Sure. Giant ill. Astle almost like he had teeth. It would've looked like like an awful like fictional vortex. Do she was like pull like it was cut? So she like sit on this phone. Push. This massive dill donor ask like like, it's like this fucking huge. Like, it's like the fucking width of a basketball. Now. That's that's the second one. The first one is more like a like a, Canelo. It's like it's like holy shit. Man. She pulls it out, dude. She was like pulling out like fucking sort out of the stone. Like, it was just the base plate of that thing was based played out a plate like you can mount that like like a fucking cinema tripod like it was at thing was fucking huge amount that on the walls and trophy. Yeah. Oh, fucking hell Tom Brady could like kiss that thing after a fuck and the second one the second one was like a Super Bowl trophy. That's the best way to describe it. Really? So the first one she pulls it out, and she has her legs wide open. And she's like she's like, oh, yeah. Her. All just does like just like puckering, spitting things..

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"halton" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"halton" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Kent ohio white for sure matters to me but it matters we're trying to white power last bullet who maybe don't do that as james halton emc that luck as the sane oh james halton the brute the quarterback you guys back oh i did it's the quarterback the white man's position to think amanda i i'm quoting i'm quoting him adjust the holding my father yoga every single jostle eric's serve his quoting hate breeds the mc is names bad luck yeah that might be hard with a trademark there really good man what about the merck dam that was good how do you try mark john about that man what happened you what happened to jimmy john's little hardcore do james i don't know player haters gonna do but i really think it's going to suck dick compared i like player here got less boring winning look what you've had to read nightmare last week to oppose episode to get any of it they're not that's last bullets byles crazy what a budget jerk offs right hey this is the generation jer i had some is like i started my dad magician us this guy was hugh went to the stupor marquette he also i don't read a whole bio you go to college they're like they're like oh bring you up and you're hoping like tonight you netflix and then they get up there like from old hickory tennessee grew up in you're like biscottis like thirty minutes the worse for the worst for me is when they always go is always did they go are you guys ready for your community on stage all right big j o kherson he's been on pd's comic they always say your name buckets the worst thing ever and then they say your name first and they give your credits and then they don't know quite how to bring you up all right.

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"halton" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"halton" Discussed on Revision Path

"Hey man that's that is a great age to kind of just see what he latches onto and you know help nurture that both you and your why we just got wando and he loves that so well just to kind of wrap things up here where can our audience find out more about you and about your work and everything online my website is daniel dash dixon dot org and those are my you know a lot my recent works for like for nickelodeon for vivo tribeca also have been instagram feed is pretty cool it's i'm dan is all right i have a trash news right now so people can check that out a trash series photograph like like pretty common objects but it's trashing the infected it's like on the street okay i'm about i know it's gonna weird but i you know i'm coming up on like one hundred posts one hundred light trash picks yeah but they're they're tasteful though so it's not like grotesque things like rotting food range like that but it's like it's like you know it's common objects but there somebody just like put them down and come back to get them so i call it track i don't know if you've heard of a designer named diane halton is a name sound familiar no at another so she is the howitzer title she's deputy art director at aarp dope designer she's been on the show she's up so one twenty nine if you wanna take a listen but she just finished a series that she was doing on instagram was called daily digits and what she would do is take bombing objects and arrange them into numbers so like she'll take i don't know like bobby pins and form the number eleven or take flowers and make the number eighty eight you know what i mean like something like that.

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"halton" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"halton" Discussed on Revision Path

"A look as far as long as we'll give out already know i know most of us are going to see this these multiple times there's so many events around it like you know as far as to what i'm creating like i am working on a post there now um maybe creating some pieces for it is so so that is exciting is exciting that we are excited about this and we know hearing the reviews from people who went to the premier in how they are saying this is like no other marvel found they've seen before and i believe you know i don't think he's just people talking i i believe that the experience is going to be very immersive is going to be inspiring it's going to be empowering in in so that is exciting and is exciting that that everyone is is fire even aesthetically like people are talking about the outfits and so that and the design around that which which i didn't mentioned earlier but that on the aesthetic of the film is going to be uh is a big part it's a part of aung where what people excited about you know the premier was all about these outfits and you know the red carpet in just how beautiful everyone looks so i'm excited about black panther and excited about it as a creative work and just as something to be inspired by uh and empower by and then i have a project in a working or well yeah i'm working on a with a a friend of mine nicole crowder she does upholstery and i'm diane halton which i think you know diane so and weird the working on up a project for the local west elm and it's so it it involve creating some nicole is going to a pulse though some furniture pieces that she hansa let's and so on designing fabric that'll be use and diane's going to be creating some outward pieces is so exciting that's going to be in june of this year so i'm been were you know working on.

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"halton" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"halton" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"There were both cool cool they're both fucking vans socks yeah they were both that sucks we gotta lose one of them that's to open three that was fucking saw bobby anything in the chat with any point remember do porn subscribe a winner my head already with reason because around we only get ten seconds so you got to bring in some some outside factors do you want me to go first with who i'm going to vote for or do you want to i i have i have a decision i decision i i'm gonna go with james halton and bad luck here's why gamma goals were i was really cool when i like that that old school can like new york punk style that i've never been a huge fan of but it's always cool i mean getting knowledge this talented could also that was a good version of very good sounding the production was really good on it james houghton and bad luck i'm so in i've no idea what's going on in hip hop now i don't understand i've watched a bunch of it and listen to a bunch of it doesn't make any kendrick it's no kendrick is you know hip hop you know really breaks down well owen benjamin's twitter gets to the the little news everts and little yachties and all those gucci gang guy i don't understand them to understand they don't have a they don't have catchy songs i don't know i don't fully understand that rapper name is lil plus eight that you.

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"halton" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"halton" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

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