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Fresh update on "harris" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:55 min | 25 min ago

Fresh update on "harris" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Since falling behind two games to one against the Lakers in the first round. The Phoenix Suns now have an eight game playoff winning streak. Today in Game one of the Western Conference finals. Devin Booker leads the way with one tend to go Booker Snakes around the screen pulls up over Beverly Here is hotter than fish grease. Devin Booker has the last 16 for the Sons no need for other shot makers. In the House. Mark Jones and Doris Burke on ESPN Radio. The Suns beat the Clippers 1 20 to 1 14 Devin Booker with 40 points. 13 boards. 11 assists the Sun's first playoff triple double since Steve Nash 16 years ago. Game seven in Philadelphia tonight for the 70, Sixers and Hawkes and our Game seven coverage at 7 30 Eastern on ESPN Radio in the ESPN APP tomorrow morning at nine Eastern on Key J and Z Hall of Famer Magic Johnson. Talks with the guys about the playoffs and more here on ESPN Radio final round of the U. S open, coming down the stretch Louis Eustace and now at six under par with a two shot lead over John Graham and a three shot lead over Brooks kept a Bryson Shambo. And Harris English..

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Curry, Harris Help 76ers Stay Alive, Hold off Hawks 104-99

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Curry, Harris Help 76ers Stay Alive, Hold off Hawks 104-99

"Seth curry hit six three pointers and scored twenty four points as the top seeded seventy Sixers down the hawks one oh four ninety nine to avoid elimination Tobias Harris also had twenty four points including four free throws in the final thirteen seconds to protect the lead Jo Ellen beat added twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the seventy Sixers who will host game seven on Sunday we just kept telling each other you know forty eight minutes all your god before his full forty eight minutes seven oh so this will be hard to do before the hawks led by twelve in the first period and never trailed until the Sixers open the second half on a twelve all Ron hawks guard Trae young scored a game high thirty four points including a three pointer to pull that landed with a ninety four ninety three I'm Dave very

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Fresh update on "harris" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 min | 37 min ago

Fresh update on "harris" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"I'm Ed Donahue as he announces more progress in the nation's vaccination push. President Biden says the numbers are proof the shots work. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The president says 300 million doses have been administered during his 1st 150 days in office. Nearly 43% of the population is now fully vaccinated deaths and hospitalizations. Drastically down in places where people are getting vaccinated. But he says some areas with lower vaccination rates are seeing more cases and deaths. How are you doing at Atlanta's historic Ebeneezer Baptist Church? Vice President Harris watched people get vaccines and urged others to follow We together have the power To end this pandemic Saga or Megane Washington A new A P N O R C poll shows some people are feeling the lifting of Iris restrictions may be happening too quickly. Tourist Alicia Walter in Washington, D. C still uses a mask. I think I'm getting a little more comfortable. A weird feeling, but I'm getting more comfortable. It's nice to see people's faces again. 34% of Americans think restrictions in their area have been lifted too quickly. Juneteenth celebrations in Mississippi and Alabama.

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Vice President Kamala Harris Visits Georgia to Urge COVID-19 Vaccinations

Ben Shapiro

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

Vice President Kamala Harris Visits Georgia to Urge COVID-19 Vaccinations

Fresh "Harris" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:02 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Harris" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Counts of first degree murder, along with attempted murder and assault charges. The man accused of Selene fallen SPD officer Lexi Harris personal car after she was hit and killed by a driver last weekend will remain in jail on $325,000 bond. 49 year old Roger Lee Owens Jr waived his right to appear in court yesterday, but his attorney was there on his behalf. Prosecutors argued Owens was a threat to public safety. A judge found probable cause for several charges, including hit and run, fatality and theft of a motor vehicle and firearm. Last Sunday morning, officer Lexi Harris pulled over Have to tell people who were in a crash along I five and that is when she was hit and killed by a driver who stayed at the scene. And Seattle Police continue to look for the person responsible for shooting the handgun at Westlake Park on Saturday afternoon. Luckily, no one was hit. Witnesses tell police the suspect was a black male 5 10 and was wearing a white T shirt and tan pants. Homeowners. Time is 2 34 lots of people out on the roadways on this Father's day. Evan Smith has the latest in the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Still seeing the collision north pound five near the Nisqually River bridge, blocking the left lane and slowing things down back into Lacey from their meanwhile, we're seeing a crash on Highway two West found an average just used to buy five that's blocking the left lane as well and slowing things down back to about Highway nine. And the express Lane closures, uh, adding two volumes on I five right now. Both directions HBOS still filling in from about 85th to the ship Canal Bridge North on slow from the convention center. So up to Northgate. Our next coma traffic is at 2 44 barons on checks. The forecast sunshine throughout the afternoon highs today in the low to mid eighties. Tomorrow, mid to upper eighties. Even some loan nineties on Monday is a sunshine rolls on.

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COVID Lockdowns and Social Anxiety

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:10 min | 2 d ago

COVID Lockdowns and Social Anxiety

"Curious as somebody who's really specialized in social anxiety. What has the overall impact of covid been. Has it been great because People who are have any degree of social anxiety you know. I would put myself on the spectrum. There is a mild social anxiety Well then then you don't have to deal with the what makes you anxious or is a terrible. Because avoidance is What puts all of our anxieties on steroids. Yes oh my gosh. Magic word avoidance so. The answer is both so short term. I think the pandemic has given people with social anxiety or introverts or folks who are shy and all of that can overlap. There can a big ven diagram of everybody. Just mentioned has given everyone permission to opt out or to not have to force ourselves to go to the gender reveal party or the holiday party at work. so it's been a nice break. I have talked to several clients and friends and colleagues. Who have kind of like leaned in. And said i love. This is the best. I hope we never go back. As as if this is illegal. You know and so short term. It's been a nice reprieve long-term. it's not so great. Because as you said avoidance is a primary driver of social anxiety and so you know rightfully so we have all been avoiding normal social life for more than a year and just like behavior can follow mood. We can do things we feel like doing mood. Also follows behavior so over the pandemic as we see ourselves behaving in ways that suggest social avoidance isolation withdrawal our thoughts and feelings follow

Fresh update on "harris" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "harris" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Be caught off guard. That's almost call Miller The man Police have been looking for a connection with a deadly rampage in Oregon has turned himself into authorities in Wisconsin 30 Year old on Nicholson turned himself in less than 12 hours after police identified him as a suspect in the killings. Nicholson is accused of killing his father in an RV park, hitting and killing a man with his father's truck and critically injuring his wife near a casino on Friday and then shooting and killing a woman at a nearby marijuana shop. North Bend Police chief Robert Cappleman says it's been an emotional couple of days in the team worked diligently with the goal. Finding the truth. For these victims. I can't think someone on Thank you. Nicholson currently faces several counts of first degree murder, along with attempted murder and assault charges. The man accused of Selene fallen SPD officer Lexi Harris personal car after she was hit and killed by a driver.

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The Neuroscience Behind Making Mistakes and How Failure Opens Doors with Josh Harris

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:20 min | 3 d ago

The Neuroscience Behind Making Mistakes and How Failure Opens Doors with Josh Harris

"It's a kayla. Go back and see the mistakes and grow. We need to change and it's good to change and it's also good to go and see the impact of how we think and try to fix it as far as possible. And that's a really admirable thing. So i wanted to just under you for that. Thank you so much you know. It's it's a scary thing to do though because when you open that door to consider that you've got some things wrong you have to deal with regret and you can't always just easily fix that right. You can't make it better. You can't make the person that you hurt feel better about things. So it's a it's a scary process for. I think all of us at is to have you handle that process. Have you learned the listens and dealt with regret word of you. you've done. Who with a big picture and we can kind of go into the detail however you want to know well you know. Sometimes people i talked to say. Oh you're so courageous. Or how did you come to see these things. And i don't really feel courageous because the truth is is that me waking up to see areas that i had been legalistic where i had taught things that were controlling to other people and harmful. It really took massive failure in my own life to begin to question in other words. When everything's going great when you feel like you're on top of the world you don't second guess yourself you don't question things and so it really took things falling apart in different ways for me to kind of let go of that identity of being you know the author who had all the answers about dating relationships the pastor who could stand up teach thousands of people the husband who had the great marriage and so. You should listen to him when he talks about relationships. All those kinds of things. Like i had to fail in those different areas in order to say. Maybe i don't have all the answers. Maybe i need to listen to other perspectives. And honestly that listening to other people's stories that were different than mine and in many ways began to show me you know begin to mirror. My own story helped me to see things that i hadn't seen before so the pain of failures something. We often want to run away from but for me really was a door to to change and to to

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Anxiety, Explained with Luana Marques

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:00 min | 4 d ago

Anxiety, Explained with Luana Marques

"Do you define anxiety. So i think there are lots of definitions but less think about it and overestimation of threat in the rest of nation of your ability to actually handle that threat it's really related to what you're saying to yourself right. Anxiety affects our thoughts. Our emotions our behaviors really our prediction. That we can't handle what's gonna be thrown at us. This is navigating the world fretful frightfully. Both in terms of the challenges we face and our resources. It's absolutely right now. We imagined that resources are not going to be enough to handle. Whatever it is predicting is about to happen. That will have a negative impact. What do we know about what exactly does to the brain. Zaidi really often turns on our amid la the old lizard brang and allows us to start preparing for five flight or freeze in extreme signs of anxiety. It also does something unique about our ability to think it turns off. Our prefrontal cortex should say it is just not as activity. So that's why often when somebody comes to me and says hey i'm anxious and i can't think straight and that's absolutely right. Your brain is just not working. it's best when designing it becomes too much. It's so interesting. Because i mean this is sometimes referred to as the amid della hijack that you get activated the libertarian gets going the repealing folds of the brain are activated and the newer parts of the brain. The prefrontal cortex which does are planning and rational thinking the ability to use that goes close to zero. Sometimes it really does because we don't have some things to run for an alliance in fact the body shuts down a lot of the oregon's so if you are really in a threat situation often people are gonna say in a stomach ache or a have in. I'm sweating that's your body. Just preparing you for dealing with what needs to be dealt with. It would just keeping you safe. And you don't really think in fact you don't

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Kamala Harris Promoting 'Reimagine' Marxist Rhetoric

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 4 d ago

Kamala Harris Promoting 'Reimagine' Marxist Rhetoric

"Harris. True to form We must reimagine our economy. Ladies and gentlemen, yes. Reimagine immigration. We must reimagine And one of the people who push this the most. As a woman you'll learn about. She has since deceased. Iconic in professorial circles as One of the lead quote unquote thinkers about how to promote Marxism in, uh in the classroom. And not just Marxism, but activism based on Marxism. And she was talking all the time about Reimagining reimagining. Re imaging re imaging. So here's Kamala Harris cut 12 go as we begin to emerge from the pandemic. We have the opportunity to take stock of where we've been. And where we're going. And so this much is clear. The pandemic exposed the flaws, the fishers and some of the failures in our economy. No, it didn't. It exposed the flaws, the figures and failures. In our political system. They're power hungry thugs grabbed as much of our liberty as they possibly could. Little third world dictator types all over the country. Didn't show up. Flaws, fishers and fellows for our economy. My God, the economy kept chugging along. It was it was handicapped as a result of what state governments were doing to it. But if anything had showed how magnificent our economic system is, But

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Young Leads Hawks' Rally Past Sixers With Embiid Hurting

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Young Leads Hawks' Rally Past Sixers With Embiid Hurting

"The hawks even their Eastern Conference semifinal series at two games apiece with a comeback win over the seventy Sixers one oh three one hundred Trae young overcame a cold shooting start to score twenty five points including a floater that gave Atlanta the lead with one seventeen left the Sixers lead sixty forty two late in the first half before Atlanta rallied Bogdan Bogdanovic scored twenty two points and John Collins had fourteen points and twelve rebounds young made only eight of twenty six shots but had eighteen assists Tobias Harris led the seventy Sixers with twenty points while Joe well indeed added seventeen with twenty one rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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VP Kamala Harris Urges People to Get Vaccinated During Visit to Greenville

The Vegas Take

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

VP Kamala Harris Urges People to Get Vaccinated During Visit to Greenville

"President Kamala Harris visiting South Carolina, urging more Americans to get vaccinated as a month of action continues aimed at getting at least one covid shot to 70% of U. S adults. By July, 4th the vaccines. Let me say it again. Are safe. They are safe. And they are free. They are effective from. The administration's appeal coincides with more incentives and giveaways and more walking events focusing on the south, where vaccination rates have lagged

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Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

On The Media

02:09 min | Last week

Critical Race Theory: What Is It?

"Is critical Race theory? Yes. So critical Race theory began around the 19 seventies with the law professor Derrick Bell and a couple of other legal scholars trying to understand the ways. That race and American law intersected how history of slavery and segregation was sort of codified and continue to influence American law Today. Adam Harris is a staff writer at the Atlantic. His most recent article was titled The GOP S Critical Race Theory Obsession, Harris says. One of the first instances we started to see critical race theory being used as a political bludgeon was in the early 19 nineties, President Bill Clinton nominated Atlantic near to the Justice Department. She was a legal scholar who done a lot of work and voting rights and conservatives effectively used her previous work in voting rights to sort of tag her as someone who was arguing for racial quotas in voting for the amount of seats that people should hold on city councils. They also tagged her as championing a radical school of thought. Called Critical Race Theory. Amid mounting pressure from conservatives, President Clinton has withdrawn his nomination of Lani Guinier to head up the Justice Department's civil rights division, claiming veneers writings lent themselves to views that he could not embrace the president cut her loose rather than fight a divisive battle on Capitol Hill. From there you have A kind of dormant period. It's not really until after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the murder of Trayvon Martin, the Jesse Jackson like race profiteer race grievance industry says everything's about race. America's a racist nation. You see a mention of critical race theory after a video surfaces of President Barack Obama hugging Derek Bell in 1990, you know When he was a law student at Harvard Law. The president is actually kind of aligning himself here with a well known campus radical. There is a conservative back last thing that he believes in this radical critical race theory. And then they're a kind of a couple of mentions up until 2020 shortly after George Floyd is murdered, You start to see a

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VP Kamala Harris Attends Pride Parade, Pressured To Visit Southern Border

News, Traffic and Weather

00:41 sec | Last week

VP Kamala Harris Attends Pride Parade, Pressured To Visit Southern Border

"About the southern border were front and center at a pride rally in Washington, D. C is a BCS Lionel Moise explains. Wearing a love is Love T shirt. Vice President Kamala Harris made a surprise appearance at the Capital Pride, Walk and Rally in D. C Saturday with the second gentlemen Dr. We still have so much light until they celebrate. We celebrate all of the accomplishments. Finally marriages, the love. But some in the crowd were concerned with more than pride month pressuring the vice president of finally visit the US Mexico border. I will. Minamata Disease. ABC NEWS The

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VP Harris Participates in Washington,  DC Pride Parade

Jim Bohannon

00:20 sec | Last week

VP Harris Participates in Washington, DC Pride Parade

"Today. Vice President Kamala Harris took part in the Washington D. C Pride parade. We are committed and we understand the importance of this movement and our roles of leadership in this ongoing movement, The vice president says the administration is doing all it can to protect the movements made by the LGBTQ

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Embiid, 76ers Beat Hawks 127-111 to Take 2-1 Lead in Series

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Embiid, 76ers Beat Hawks 127-111 to Take 2-1 Lead in Series

"Joel Embiid scored twenty seven points in the seventy Sixers rode a dominant third quarter two or one twenty seven one eleven victory over the hawks the Sixers took a two one lead in the Eastern Conference finals and ended at Lana's thirteen game home winning streak Tobias Harris had twenty two points and Ben Simmons added eighteen for the Sixers who led by five before outscoring the hawks thirty four nineteen in the third period and the test Simmons with the catalyst in their big third quarter are you still involved well you got needs new should be a question this works because that's a lot of streets those Russian armed with the way of their garden so that's one should you be aggressive birds go on the engine down Trae young when it landed with twenty eight points game four is Monday night in Atlanta on the ferry

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Texas Democrats Who Blocked Restrictive Voting Bill to Meet With VP Harris

Joe Pags

00:20 sec | Last week

Texas Democrats Who Blocked Restrictive Voting Bill to Meet With VP Harris

Administration Ramps up Outreach on Child Tax Credit

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | Last week

Administration Ramps up Outreach on Child Tax Credit

"Is pushing the child tax credit while on a tour of schools in Washington, D. C. Kamala Harris says the value of the tax credit has gone up and will apply to a larger age group. We increase the credit from $2000 per child. $3000 per child for Children over the age of six and 3600 for Children under the age of six, and now it also applies to Children up to age 17. The IRS says it's sending out around 36 million letters to families who are eligible. Those payments begin in July.

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What Is the Significance of VP Harris' Trip to Mexico and Guatemala?

The Takeaway

01:05 min | Last week

What Is the Significance of VP Harris' Trip to Mexico and Guatemala?

"Us now with oriole ruez soto. Who is a policy analyst at the migration policy institute arielle. Welcome back to the show and given me so. What is the significance of vice president harris's trip to mexico and guatemala. Well first of all. I think it signifies that there's going to be a different use approach to the region one. That's focused on co-responsibility and really seeing the capacity so his governments to have a larger role in migration management meaning not just immigration control efforts but also thinking about communitarian pathways Legal employment opportunities to come to united states or to mexico in that scenario and understand and coordinated development easier. I'm more effectively going forward. Of course two visits are not going to change things overnight but they do pointing to it the the a good direction and understanding how to change the dynamics and how to make sure that the governments can do more and should do more In their own neighborhood.

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Harris' Univision Interview Heats up When Anchor Asks About Border Trip

Mike Gallagher

01:57 min | Last week

Harris' Univision Interview Heats up When Anchor Asks About Border Trip

Danielle Harris: What if You Knew Your Death Day?

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

01:52 min | Last week

Danielle Harris: What if You Knew Your Death Day?

"Who exactly is danielle harris. Wow that's a loaded question It depends on the day. i guess I'm a mother. First and foremost am an actress. I am a wife. I am a little bit of everything i always say. I don't know about one thing in its entirety. But i know a little bit about everything or at least i like to think so. I'm curious i am gosh. I am figuring out as i go with. That was the perfect answer danielle. And but you give me so many questions. I want to ask as a follow up there. Okay so when you say you know a little bit about everything you can delve into things. Where does that motivation come from. Why is that important to you. You know i. I don't have a lot of fear when it comes to trying new things depending on what it is. Of course i think of my whole childhood was sort of controlled and regulated. So as i got older and a much quicker to be like i wanna go get an rv and go camping. I've never been before but let's go do it. I wanna travel there. I wanna hop on a plane and go to. I wanna just a bit more freedom Because i didn't have that growing up. So i can't i can't believe it. I was raised by wolves. Like who i am today. Verse and what. I liked to do and things that are interesting to me are are not something that i was brought up with. That's for sure. Like i don't think my family. My mom hasn't been on a plane in six years. I could never imagine how di di eye coordination was death for me. I mean they need to be able to experience and explore and see new things. And i can't imagine living life without having those things available

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How To Start A Meditation Practice And Create Healthy Habits

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:29 min | Last week

How To Start A Meditation Practice And Create Healthy Habits

"Of us have at least a few items on our list of things we quote unquote should be doing whether you want to start meditating or incorporate any other new habit there's amazing science that can help guide us to the results that we want. So what do we know about setting ourselves up for success. When it comes to creating healthy habits. Dr hyman spoke to journalists and the host of the ten percent happier podcast. Dan harris about his own johnny into meditation. And how just one minute. A day may be enough to get. You started with a regular practice. I had been assigned to cover faith spirituality for abc news. And i didn't want that assignment nine percent this stuff at all. It actually turned out to be great for me. And i met a lot of interesting people and that ultimately led me to reading a book by eckhart totally. He was the first person i ever heard. Describe the fact that we have a voice in our heads this inner narrator. That's diam wearing all the time at us. Mostly thinking about the pastor the future crazy and your head. Yeah or the buddha calls at the monkey mind but i had never heard that theory before. That was a major a moment for me. Because i realized okay. This is just intuitively true. A and b this theory about the human situation that we have this nonstop voice in our heads really explains why how. I had a panic attack. Because the voice in my head my ego my inner narrator Is what sent me off to war zones without thinking about the psychological conferences. And i came home and i got to press. Didn't even really know it. And that did this dumb thing self medicating so that was. That was really interesting to me. And then i started looking at the science. And then i started thinking okay. Maybe i'll try this. And as soon as i tried it. I realize this is not you know like hacky sack or you know. Lighting incense is not some hippy. Pastime this is a this is exercise for your brain. It's it's happens without effort in other words. You just have to do. The practices like exercise. You do the exercising our body shape whether you like it or not and yes it happens in that way and in a you can read about all you want but unless you begin to know your mind which is what meditation helps you do. It's like slowdown what's going on. It's not like blank slate. You closure is in your in bliss and that's not how goes right. It's a very. It's a very interesting way to sort of reset your relationship to yourself to your world experience to the meaning you give things and everything sort of shifts whether you want to make it shift not as is the act of doing

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"harris" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

Making Sense with Sam Harris

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"harris" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

"Mm-hmm there's so much here that's confusing. So let's first talk about what went wrong and what could have not gone wrong. You hope podcast is about just having honest conversations about topics it's offensive to your and my sense of justice actually care. How has my mind been fundamentally worked. So the topic. Today is the threat of nuclear war. Slow erosion of the social fabric synthetic media revolution collapse of our economy. The role of religion in public life morality and moral disagreement breakdown uproot. I'm scared that us to in a room with egg each other on. You can't have a saga anymore. there's no place for nuance avenue. Last to be binary for the for the right people to agree and disagree. It's not a healthy place for society to be when everyone is afraid to say anything. I've to exercise censorship and in a way that is deeply disturbing. I do feel that. I should have to. I appreciate who you are really and you elevated me and those ideas. i'll never forget you for. We'll danger during the cold war. But blundering andrew nuclear. Roy and i believe that that is the same situation today. And with at least the same likelihood today you're so full of christmas cheer to begin with robert plummet. Your i reached out to jonathan. William j perry i am here with gabriel dance. Dr mukherjee david miller band. Graham would ricky gervais even fraud. James stan hair michael kamal. No ship welcome to the podcast. This is sam harris..

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:10 min | 6 months ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Get endorsed around the difference between formal practice and other ordinary moments and you know this kind of a coarse grain. One is the the difference between retreat and the rest of life. You know that we've all noticed that you're on retreat. You have a whole set of expectations and you go deep into this kind of cultivation of various states. Even when you think you're it's not about cultivating states. The certainly noticed the signature of success seems to be. Wow this is really different than me. Just being on twitter in normal life this is very peaceful and very expansive and oh man look how beautiful the sky is and and then that was just a thought and now i'm just oh. This is mindfulness of a sort. That you know man. I if only i could link these kind of moments together in my normal life is i would be you know if not a buddha. It'd be maybe we'll be good enough. Oh what that was just another thought and so we get a kind of drug trip quality to meditative states that becomes the signature of being closer to the goal. And be kind of hitting the target. Like this is this. Why meditating right this thing. I'm feeling right now now from a a nawal perspective from his auction perspective from advisor perspective. Whatever the canonical. Non dual description is for you. All of that is a symptom of confusion and it's on some level. It's never too soon to realize that now again many people conceptually realize it and that becomes its own deviation point raymond the truth is it is necessary to actualize it right. You actually need to be experiencing non duality not just thinking about it right but once i started doing is jen practice and this many years ago. Mindfulness for me became really synonymous with recognizing that the nature of mind already free. There's no problem to solve here really in the sense that there is one is a dream that one just kinda fell back asleep into and you know the next moment of mindfulness is really powerful enough to wake up from that dream. It really is a breaking of the spell right. There was a story that i discovered. Recently i talked about it in one lesson on my app but i think it's more like ten years old or so but now i forget whether it was in norway or sweden iceland somewhere in northern europe. The story of a tourist bus that pulls into a rest stop and people get off the bus. You know go get something to eat. Is the bathroom. And one of the tourists believed he was asian woman who is described as an asian woman. Not sure got off the bus and changed her clothes in the rest stop and everyone got back on the bus and at a certain point someone recognize that someone on the bus was missing those of asian woman who had gotten back on the bus and you know the word spread among all the tourists that if someone was to. We can't leave the rest stop. Because someone's missing right and this person didn't materialize to that so a search party was formed to find this missing asian woman and the asian woman herself joined the search right so she was like you know surely the might have been a language barrier here who knows but she did not recognize the description of herself in this initial emergency and set out along with all the others to go find the missing tourist right and this went on for hours in a helicopter was prepared to take off at first light right at somewhere around like three in the morning. This woman realized that she was the missing person right now. This is just an amazing. Like found poem ryan A perfect dharma analogy. But it's an analogy. That runs pretty deep. It's like when you think of what that the fulfillment of that surge was relic. It's not true to say that they found the missing tourist. That's not what happened right. Like these search evaporated and these search itself its goal the project itself they the logic by which it was prosecuted the methodology. All of it was part of the problem and on some level. It was the only problem right like this confusion even in the proffered remedy here. And it's again. It's just an analogy but it significantly applies to the project of meditation. There's something that we cultivate. That is an illusion here around the boundary between former practice and the rest of life. So is okay janice often recommended that you know. Rather than sitting long sessions. They recommend you many shorter sessions as a way of no longer. Falling into this pattern of feeling like okay. Here's the practice part of my life and then whether it's an hour two hours whatever it is now i get up and now going on with my day. And there's here's the some saric portion of my life and tomorrow in the morning i've had my coffee. I'll do the practice part of my life again rather than that. The framing is to punctuate every period of the day with actual practice and ultimately. It's to view ever really. I mean i mean more and more viewing my day to day life. And is actually. This has been really thought about this. But i think this has been enhanced under co vid because you know for like now nearly nine months. I've been functionally locked down right amid almost on like spaceship literally like almost never got my house right so it's a very weird circumstance but it it feels a little bit like a retreat right and it's it's not a retreat we're in. I'm practicing formerly very much. But i'm viewing every moment in my day as one of these transitional moments whereas okay. Now i'm getting up is like the way you feel on a retreat. Where like getting up the sitting session and his going into the walking session. I don't know how many times a day my experiences punctuated with this transitional The next thing that i'm gonna do is framed by a really clear.

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

06:46 min | 6 months ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"For me is not the usual buddhist one amount. I rarely almost never do compassion. Meditation specifically metta meditation and the kind of bending toward human suffering and cultivating compassion for me. It's much more based on a philosophical and scientific understanding of the role that luck plays in everything. I recognize myself to be fantastically lucky. Right and i recognize that everyone around me. The all the differences in outcome in life is advertising one or another degree of good or bad luck. You know being healthy is to be lucky and to have people around you who are healthy is to be lucky and to be born into a society where you can take advantage of opportunities to become. Wealthy is to be extraordinarily lucky and to be born into a society that has a reasonably safe and functioning democracy. Compared to what's happening in the rest of the world is to be lucky and no individual has created their own. Look right now. You know you didn't pick your parents didn't pick the society into which you were born and compassion is the only appropriate attitude to have toured all that. There's just no other code compiles right. it's just no you didn't make yourself even the people who are a self made as anyone can ever be right. The people who started poor started orphaned. And then you know pick themselves up by their bootstraps and became entrepreneurs and silicon valley and made tens of millions of dollars in and no one ever gave them a handout of any kind right. Well these people were almost certainly very intelligent. They have zero responsibility for that right. There's like you did not create your own brain right. You didn't create the fact that specific skills produce disproportion advantages in our society given the way it is the fact that you happen to be good at software engineering right that that proclivity is something that could have taken root in you. As a person is one something you can't account for and to you didn't create the society into which that proved a massive advantage. Right so is just a luck all the way down even if you literally climbed your way out of an orphanage and made it happen and billion dollar business in silicon valley right so people are confused about that and we have an ethic of kind of mine randy and pseudo philosophy that is you know disproportionately influential in very wealthy successful circles. At the moment where. It's just you know i i made them. I did it myself. I don't owe anyone anything. I've got nothing to apologize for. I don't wanna pay any more in taxes. i'm done right. You guys sort yourselves out right. That's the libertarian vibe. When gets among the the billionaire class rather often and again that's another thing that trump tapped into right. It's immoral error because even for self interest alone. It should be obvious that we all no matter. How wealthy you are no matter how isolated you are from the moment to moment concerns of average people. I think you want to live in a society where you can walk the sidewalks and not have to step over the bodies of the homeless right or worry about rising levels of crime. Even the richest among us have to understand that theirself interest entails all boats rise in with some tied here and compassion is readily available. Once you recognize just the nature of causality in this world so it sounds like you're cultivating compassion through what you just described as looking at the world through the lens of kazan and not doing it on the cushion per se. So what is your on the cushion. Practice look like how much meditation is the guy running the meditation app. Doing so i mean. I occasionally sit. You know formerly. But i don't do it i do it. Sporadically now honestly like for me at this point in my life erasing the boundary between formal practice and the rest of live is the whole game for me. My practice for many years has been not to acknowledge this conceptual difference between meditation and life right because there really is no difference right now. There's a difference in certain kinds of meditation like it is true that if you're doing concentration practice will then. Success in meditation is obviously state bound. You're trying to cultivate a certain state. You're trying to not let other things happen right. I mean there's a kind of control of experience that is the is the actual method and the goal right. You're trying to get concentrated and in a situation like that thought is the enemy right. I mean like you'd like success is thoughts no longer arising in concentration practice or thoughts apart from the one thought that you might be using something like meta ultimately thoughts are no longer horizon. And you're one point now. That's as you know in pasta. That's not the practice one does but there's still an illusion that gets ramified for many of us. Which is that. yeah. I get that. Ideally there's no difference between practice in life but boy that must be a long way off right like that's you know you got to do a lotta practice before you can even pretend to be talking about there being a difference that there be no difference between a formal session of practice and the rest of life and that's not strictly true. I mean there's no good reason why that's true. Descriptively may be true for many of us. And i have done obviously done a fair amount of practice logged my ten thousand hours certainly. But they're just many illusions.

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"My own spaceship against a obvious leaks so that i can actually make sense at scale and make it safer for other people to travel in this direction but in terms of why you do it why you to use my terms. Put yourself through it. It seems to me that there's in your mind the service aspect here that the world's troubled and voicing sometimes unpopular opinions in having difficult yet hopefully constructive conversations seems like a necessary act. You're thinking about human wellbeing and how to save carded and increase it. I think the longest lever we can get in hand ever is ideas right. I mean every idea. Good and bad is far more potent in the end then. The individuals who traffic in the world is not filled with bad people. Doing bad things for the most part. It's filled with good people. People who could certainly be good. In other circumstances doing bad things or misguided things or dangerously stupid things under the sway of bad ideas. I can quite convinced. That's the world we live in. It's not to say there aren't some bad people for the most part we're living in a world where people are incentivized badly and this is where we can get immense leverage in discovering bad ideas. All the bad work they're doing and Correcton them and amplifying better ideas. You talked a while ago but Developing compassionate for trump given though that you contend with people on the left and the right can you generate compassion for people with whom you disagree and if so how many ways let me one is just to recognize that everyone is going to lose everything they love in this world. Everyone is suffering for will suffer. Everyone is confused. Everyone is afraid to die. Everyone has is trailing just an endless series of disappointments. And you know we're all in a mess together and one of the things that makes it so hard to feel compassion for trump in particular is. He doesn't seem to be somebody who is suffering or capable of suffering in the normal in which we experienced that. Notice it in others right i. He doesn't seem like someone who has any ethical engagement with the world and he doesn't seem like someone who's capable of deep relationships so he doesn't even seem like someone who is capable of suffering all that much when the people close to him die ryan. This is he. He seems like he's missing module in his brain that is critical to the ordinary functioning of an ordinary person. He does not seem like a normal person to me. They're very few people. I've ever come across personally seen in public life. Who i would say that about and this is not you know. Granted on some level. This is just my opinion is an opinion formed by knowing a tremendous amount about him as a person and this person has been living in public view. For almost as long as we've been alive right this time of decades of data on this guy. Much more of my.

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

06:33 min | 6 months ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Hey guys sam. Harris who by the way has no relation to me. although i wouldn't mind it. Sam has had a formative impact on my contempt of development. He was one of the first quote unquote normal people. At least that's how i it back when i was still a rather judgmental skeptic. He was one of the first normal people. I met who was really into meditation which gave me a lot of courage and inspiration to pursue the practice myself. Sam later helped me get into my first meditation retreat with his old friend. Joseph goldstein which was a massively important event in my life and the beginning of a deep an important relationship for me with joseph for those of you who are not familiar with sam. He is a neuroscientist philosopher. Author podcast and app founder. He first came to my attention in the mid august when he wrote a bestselling book called the faith which was a jeremiad against organized religion. I was surprised to learn that notwithstanding his hostility to religion he had spent cumulatively several years on meditation retreats often in the company of joseph sam later road another bestselling book which touched on his meditation career and contemporary of subjects. In general it was called waking up waking up is also the name of his meditation app but while he has one foot firmly placed in the world he's also very much in the arena mixing it up on twitter and on his extremely popular podcast called making sense with his controversial views on hot button issues. From trump to race to islam. Sam believes that the future of civilization depends on our ability to have rational conversations on thorny issues and he has a new book called making sense conversations on consciousness morality and the future of humanity in which some of his podcast conversations are revised and extended. So i wanted to have him on here to talk about the book and to explore with him. How somebody who is so fiercely. Engaged in the public square uses meditation to guide and sustain him. I'll say before we dive in here that i suspect many of you may disagree with him on key issues. I know personally. I wrestle with some of his ideas quite a bit but no matter where you stand. I think you'll find his answers to all of the questions. I pose to him fascinating so here. We go with sam harris. Hey dan hi cousin sam so what's happening here. I'm well i. I got a million things could talk about but What what what are we talking about today. Well you know what i'm just you know. I follow your podcast very closely. And i follow your utterances on twitter very closely and i had a question for you. I've asked you in private. That i wanted to ask you in public. Which was given that. You have such a long history with meditation and given that you engage so ferociously in public events. How does one inform the other. Yeah that's interesting. Well hope there are few answers to that or a few levels to that. I mean one is on one level. Some of what. I do in public certainly on. Twitter has seemed like a painful distraction at times from my my core interest in my core values and then meditation or your insight into the nature of the mechanics of my own mental. Suffering is an antidote to that problem. Right so i you know i recover from things. I shouldn't have said and shouldn't have done as anyone does by recognizing the real basis for mental ease in wellbeing. And i'm just you know it's an absolute lifeline for me to have that training and have that awareness. Oh mission critical. But the line isn't where many people certainly many buddhists many meditators many dharma people think it is. It's not that missile. For instance you know you. And i both have meditation apps so we have many people who are aware that we're identified with this whole pursuit of living in examined life amplifying compassion and wisdom. Both are on other people's and advocating for that whole project and then our politics takes a turn toward authoritarian capture in my view. And you know i In this last week. I've been very active on twitter. Just hammering away on trump and the misinformation we've seen polluting our public conversation and there are many people who see that and think. Hey looks like you could use your own meditation out. What the hell are you doing. You know why who. Who are you going to teach the meditative. You're so caught by politics. That's the wrong place to draw the line right. I actually think that emotions. Like outrage and anger and fear are salience signals. That are worth paying attention to and i'm not spending all my time or even much of my time angry and afraid when i am signalling on twitter. Something just happened. That is outrageous that we really need to pay attention to right. So it's it's like analogous to get into the car and putting on your seatbelt and you do that because you don't wanna die right. You don't wanna be needlessly injured. You're aware of all of the bad things that follow when you'd spend your life driving cars without a seatbelt. They've been well advertised to us. And it is an awareness of all of that that causes you to buckle your seatbelt. But you don't actually have to be feeling afraid every time you get in a car to buckle your seatbelt. The norm is not enforced by a feeling of terror to of death and of dine in car accident so people get a false sense of how just the nature of my mind is. It's not that. I never get bent out of shape around the things i'm reacting to but there's compassion and there's idiot compassion right. I mean this is a phrase that you may have heard in various dorm circles. it really is. there's a an idiotic norm of quiescence and non engagement and.

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"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"Did you say that companies with more women serving on the board do better financially the sponsor of the bill said that I think that research on that is probably mixed but there is a general idea out there that having more diverse backgrounds on the board of directors is beneficial to the managing and shaping a company. I think there is some support out there for more diversity being beneficial to companies and certainly it's something that people are paying attention to and whether it's true or not companies May increasingly see some pressure from from their shareholders from their customers and from other partners that they do business with to have women represented and other social minorities represented on their boards. So in light of these new findings about diversity and the new changes in law, what should businesses keep in mind about diversity reporting and diversity compliance. Well at this point, it doesn't require companies to change anything that they're doing. They simply have to report but the information will be publicly available. So in addition to sneak State studying at you may have outside groups looking at it and kind of amplifying the information that's out there and I think well not a stated purpose of the bill. It does force companies to kind of take a look and realize that this is something that is under consideration. It might prompt companies to consider whether at this point, you know to get ahead of changes that might be dead. They should consider having a woman placed on their board if they haven't yet or other diverse members of the population. So I think it's just something you know boss has nothing to do now. It's just something to kind of keep an eye on and it's possible that you might want to get ahead of where this may go in the future that make sense a certain job. year of changes we've covered a lot of information that businesses need to know. So I'd like to thank both of you for joining me today. Thanks for listening to the Harris Beach podcast. Be sure to visit Harris beach.com to join the conversation and access show notes. Please rate subscribe and leave a review wherever you listen to your podcast..

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"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"Year both covid-19 and current events have prompted us to re-examine everything from how we gather together while social dancing to how we might best represent and support diversity. These concerns are just as pertinent to businesses as they are to culture and society today. I'd like to welcome virtually dead Tori Rainer and Amanda Dwyer attorneys who practice corporate law at Harris Beach to discuss key updates and business law during this Unforgettable year. Welcome Tori and Amanda will start by talking about how many business meetings including this one have migrated online due to covid-19. What does New York state law have to say about shareholder meetings in this state of emergency. Well short answer is that New York has provided corporations with the ability at least on a temporary basis to hold shareholder meetings virtually rather than in person. So by way of background the, New Jersey Business Corporation law or b c l which governs all corporations formed in New York state historically has required that all meetings of shareholders be held in person depending on the corporation bylaws. The board would have the ability to set the location for the meeting but the statute specifically refers to a location. So the physical in-person meeting has been required now in recent years many states such a Delaware began to change their corporate statute to permit corporations to hold virtual only annual meetings where the meaning to be held entirely virtually whether by conference call or video call app or online platform or you know, some sort of similar technology or to permit what are called hybrid meeting and they're the meeting must have some kind of physical presence but shareholders could participate virtual life. So as long as there is some physical meeting held somewhere shareholders can dial in or do video call or some other sort of virtual participation dead. Now New York hasn't gone to Virtual only route until now in October 2019. Did BCL was amended to permit hybrid meetings. So again, the meeting would have to some physical presence but I could participate virtually then of course covid-19 and all non-essential Gatherings of individuals were discouraged or prohibited. So even that limited physical presence became problematic for companies that were having to hold.

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"harris" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"harris" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

"The bite in Harissa Obama ticket that's what it is. The Biden Harris Obama. Ticket. has a complete monopoly on everything that is wrong with twenty twenty. This has been a crazy year a crazy year. Forty. percent of Americans believed Biden to be suffering from dementia and sixty percent don't believe he'll survive a full forced term as president. Let that sink in. We have a man that almost half of America believes has dementia. Being, supported by the Democrat Party. If this is an elder abuse than than what is. We've talked about this often I mean I'm just shocked that his that is leading. Do this let alone his inner circle of the Democrat Party what does that say about them? Joe Biden. Can't even answer questions though I mean he he gets mean he starts screaming obscenities. He begins shaking as fast when he doesn't understand the answer. Then, you got a camera is a camera Kamala because that's a big controversy these days. which she asks a question that she can't answer. She just grins like a Cheshire Cheshire. Cat and just starts whooping and giggling. When you ask them both the question together is. Like it's like a rheinland overdose. It's like crazed. What are we watching. Here's something else. It's crazy and it's not going to be talked about. Because they won't even allow for for for Kamala Harris to answer questions to be asked questions by the media after the big announcement yesterday they just hustled them off the stage GONNA put Kamala Harrison same basement with Biden. I didn't think not going to let her be her. Can they allow it? Kamala Harris strongly believes that Joe Biden is a serial abuser of women. But will do everything in her power to elevate the the hair sniffing Predator to groper in chief. Joe Biden can't even remember Harris, his name without looking down at his cheat sheet. And a lot of people now starting to think that of course. Barack Obama who could not persuade by the not to run that he's he's orchestrating this from the background. By the so lost in the past. That it many times he doesn't have any idea where he is. And we're starting to learn more about Kamala Harris Sketchy. Pass. But but the media doesn't care. And I think that's what's most frightening of all the media does not care. They have already cited up with Camp Biden. They're already sending memos back and forth. This is the same thing we saw what Hillary Clinton. Only, tried to kind of keep it a secret until wikileaks y'all just broke it. You'll bus it all up, bussing it out. Now, there's no they're not trying to keep a secret there. They are in alignment they are in collusion there they are in cahoots. And their goal is to get. Joe Biden across the finish line now wing. That, he won't finish his first term. What are we watching? Will you look at the background and when you look at the hypocrisy? You have Joe. Biden accusing trump president trump of being a racist bringing up Charlottesville I gotta get the trump camp credit because they knew this was coming. They were ready for a series commercial doubt that are absolutely brilliant pushing back against the false narrative in the meantime. The. Trump camp is also taking the offensive of using Joe. Biden's words and actions over the last forty years in Washington DC to demonstrate that if anybody is a racist in this in this race, it is Joe Biden. And doing the same thing for Kamala Harris using her words and her actions. The media. Especially, with the television media, we don't have news will we have is propaganda and far too many people are still wired in an hooked on a that propaganda. And they decided that they're not to have any inkling of the truth being towed. About the trump pence camp they're going to lie when necessary even if they can't get away with it, they're going to put it out there because they know how those lives shape public opinion. You still have people running around saying that president trump said all they were good people on both sides. That has long been debunked. and. It's all too easy to even look at videos of that press conference, but the media is powerful. Under biding Obama Black Americans were left poorer than than. than. The last three years the last eight years have been a complete turnaround. Economic growth historic economic growth in the black community in just three years and yet. You have Joe Biden. Kamala Harris talking about the devastating impact that the trump administration has had on black, America? On the Black Economy Whatever that is. What is clear going forward is that for Democrats fraud is the name of the game. If you can't. Pretend to be for the people actively working against them. Then you can't rightly be a Democrat at all right now. This is scary stuff. And we're going to half. To. Find a way to fight back against it and win in November. There's a controversy out there. We talked about it on the show yesterday. Is Kamala Harris eligible well. I'm thinking that this might be a nothing burger, but we're gonNA talk about it. At six eighteen. You are listening to the conservative circus. I am your ringmaster James Harassed on forget your chance to win one thousand dollars is at the top of the hour. Make sure you're tuned in. Looks like we have another birther controversy. All my goodness. You remember during the Obama years. You. Had to none other than Donald Trump. In Sheriff Joe are pile investigate the the birth documents of. Barack Hussein.

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"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"Under the old rule de far an organization, could self certify to being compliant with the law so they? You basically say I'm doing good I'm good I'm so give me the contract. I'M A guy. And and that would be adequate under the CNN though now you have to have external certification by A. Person Authorized give that type of certification, and they'll come in and do an audit and make sure that the controls are in place so. You know I think there are a lot of companies involved in the defense, industrial base and I. Don't think they're that. Many people doing the assessment, so you definitely want to start getting the controls in place and start thinking about how you're going to get certified so that you're ready to bid on contracts when they come. In to elaborate a little further on that and. I was that last piece is absolutely critical to this whole thing because it does require someone independent of your own organization to verify that you're doing these things. And Ellen Reference Heart attack earlier in our conversation. You know this is being phased in over the course of time. But come this summer. Contracts will begin to establish what level of certification is required for an organization to bid on it, but there is. Theoretically sometime for they should get this thing going, but they will start to see this process start rolling out over the course of the the months ahead an umbrella into the next couple of years. It's hundred percent mandated across the board. We're always ready to work with manufacturers in the area I think the pause for Covid has generated a lot of interest in getting their houses in order. So. We're working with to manufacturers. They'll be kicked off the past two weeks to help them. dangerous EMC level three. Audit Capabilities Audits don't begin theoretically until this fall. We have an axiom unit. You never went undergoing on it onto your assured that you can pass an audit. Try to help them. get their a level three certification and walking them through the process, actually one of them. We did a gap analysis for them last year around bars or dating them with the new CNN. Sea Level three controls. As starting to rate their system security plan so. We're seeing a lot of activity. In American place during Calvin organizations trying to. figure out how they get their security by has written and prepare for these type of want it's we are to Harris Lotto companies realize that they've got a lot of risk right now and they've changed the way they're working right the everything in their network everything has changed, and so you know a lot of companies are actually owning that and recognizing it and taking steps to improve their their security profile so. And then maybe you know. The beginning of this thing. Maybe it's because to some extent. There they foresee a more remote workforce. Going forward or you know 'cause there. There are some benefits to working from home. There are some. You know you need you need to look. Let's space there. There are benefits to it that I. Think a lot of companies are talking about how to how to carry forward even after all the lockdown. And what's interesting for from my perspective is you know when I think about this or I I heard about this mandate? I was thinking it was going to be geared towards the small to medium-sized enterprises that play in the defense industrial base, but You know anecdotally. We were contacted by a very large government entity just last week..

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"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"But due to recent events triggered by the cove in nineteen outbreak. A portion of this episode has been updated. I'm joined by Joan Sullivan Harris speech partner and leader of our government compliance investigations. Practice Group. Joan. Thank you for joining us again today. How is the pandemic affecting the lobbying community in New York? Thank you for having me on again. I just want to say that. The lobbying community consists of many businesses both large and small healthcare systems not for profits. All of whom are grappling with the covert nineteen outbreak. Just like the rest of us as we all know. No one is immune from the business interruption and that includes the regulator which is Joint Commission on public ethics. So they're not now operating remotely As well They've done a few things In reaction to the crisis one of which they've extended some of the time to submit lobbying filings so they were filings for the january-february period that were due on March fifteenth. And they've now extended that deadline until March thirty first. So if you are a filer I would suggest checking with the JAYCO website to make sure Whether there are any further extensions the other thing I've noticed in reaction to the current crisis is I've gotten some questions about gift giving by registered lobbyists. So there's definitely been an increase in the spirit of giving Many of these companies are very generous. And they WANNA help in any way. They can to the relief efforts by giving to their state or county agencies that support our community however onto the lobbying act..

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"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

The Harris Beach Podcast

16:31 min | 1 year ago

"harris" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast

"You're listening to the Harris Beach podcast show that explores evolving issues in the law and how they shape organizations the way businesses conduct Voted in how we live and work the information provided in this episode does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice instead all information content and materials or for general informational purposes. Only thanks for listening here's Today's host my name is Melissa. Peterson and I'm sitting down with Beth Wilkins partner in our corporate practice group who was retiring this year after spending over four decades here at Harris Beach Beth what made you want to become an attorney Ashley at a time when there were not as many women attending law school or entering the profession it's odd because it was sheer luck I really we had no intention of ever becoming an attorney and I got to the end of college and decided maybe if I went to law school it might help me get some interesting job I got to Cornell and within about three weeks I realized I loved the whole way of thinking in the law really appeal to me so at that point I sort of did a three sixty turn and decided that maybe practicing law would be something that I would really like to do I was lucky enough to fall into it I hadn't really thought about they're not being that many women in the profession. I just always been optimistic enough that I could make work whatever happened so maybe a little foolishly I I just forged ahead and did it and had a great law school experience at Cornell one of my instructors there was a partner at her speech who came down to teach seminar once a week Com Hamson and I had so much respect for him really enjoyed him in his approach that ultimately that's what linked me to hear a speech so I started my career I summer clerked in New York City and then started my career permanently appear in nineteen seventy four and it it has been a terrific experience ever since the firm has been wonderfully supportive and open the most important thing me was let me make my own way sort of define my career the way I wanted to define it when I came out of law school I was pretty sure that I did not WanNa do litigation Shen I have ultimate respect for litigators but litigation is a very difficult process for both the clients and for me it would have been as a lawyer because ultimately even if you succeed you lose because it's expensive it's time consuming it's emotionally draining being in its people who essentially haven't been able to work things out and you have a a defined set of facts to work with and I much preferred the Dan kind of work which is really unlimited opportunities to be as creative as you can to make things happen in a positive way for your clients and ultimately as corporate lawyers what we really try to do is work out beneficial arrangements for our clients that have to benefit both sides of the really gonNA work people tend to have better long term relationships because they're always a something you need to work out later so having built relationships as you go as a really positive unhelpful thing what I call front and work or corporate work is really planning trying to avoid big problems trying to keep your clients out of trouble and really in the most fun way trying to be a strategic part of your clients direction so the specialties you show is like bankruptcy securities banking and finance have placed you within a male dominated client base how did you approach or maybe embrace that challenge actually found it to be an advantage I came out of law school would a time when there were a large number of women attorneys the result was oftentimes if I would go to a meeting or if I would be in an event there would be a whole room full of guys what I'd call all at the room full of gray suits and then there would be me sometimes see head to hold your breath a little bit and get up your courage to just go in and do your thing but out of that meeting or out of that event people were going to remember one person because you stood out so if you didn't do a good job you were sunk for ever but if you really well prepared and on top of things people remember you and two years later they might not remember the other and guys in the room but they would remember you because you were different and so to me it was an advantage because it just gave me an opportunity sometimes to surprise people who didn't necessarily assume that I would do a great job and then realized Oh wait a minute this person is competent and so they remembered part of it is attitude I think if you are confident in yourself and your abilities and that means working hard and being prepared trying to be the best that you could be and if you're confident in that clients they bias for our legal skills they bias for our expertise but they can get that in a lot of different places what they really highest for is trust they really want us to be able to understand the end them but to have their needs at heart they really want someone who can help them sort through things in a way that's meaningful to them because for many clients allies kind of mystery it's overwhelming doesn't seem to make a lot of sense it's often something that is asking them to do things that they don't want to do whether it's a regulation or whatever it might be and even if we can help be an interpreter are not necessarily to justify an unreasonable regulation is there but to try to help our clients understand what might have caused what might have led to its passage or what the whole context was they may not like it but they may be a little more except adding and oftentimes when as lawyers we lay out what the options are for clients they don't have a context to put it events so we can where you have these five choices well they don't necessarily have all the background the understand where we'll each of those choices lead the down the road so part of our job is again is to try to interpret not just this is what at the law says or this is what the cases are but what does it mean for you and how's IT GONNA play out for you over the long haul and that's what I mean about building trust that our clients need to trust us to help them sort through their problems in in an appropriate way if you can talk through something with your clients the often know what we're trying to get but they don't know they ask a question but it's not the real question and so if we talk we can often sort through what it is they may have asked a question thinking that that'll get him to what they're trying to accomplish but it's it's not really the way to get right there in only if we talk can we figure out what's the way in the longer that we can work with our clients the better attorneys we can be because we really start to understand the INS and outs of their businesses what drives their decisions even knowing their family relationships we represent many privately held companies and having a sense that someone trusts their child to take over the business or hopes that their child will take over the business in thirty years is very different than someone who we know loves their child dearly I wouldn't trust their business with them to save their soul and that's not something that you just go in and ask somebody well do you trust your son it's a sense that you get by word with somebody over a long term and you really learn what drives them and what's behind a lot of their decisions what worries them why do they make a particular investment I don't WanNa make a particular investment even though it seems logical maybe they're not making the investment because they're thinking that they're going to take the in different directions sell it or whatever it might be so we only learned that through talking given the importance of listening building trust and figuring out what might drive a client can you give an example of a time you help the client solve a problem or overcome challenge one example would be a client that we had who had essentially built up of a successful manufacturing business had an outside fund investor that the time had come when we needed to buy out the fund and started looking for as to do that and the client though at that the best way to do it would be to sell the business as we went through the process of working with potential buyers and really looked at how the business was positioned and what its opportunities were it really could do we ended up reversing direction midstream and working out arrangement where the client actually kept the business with figured out way to finance out the fund that needed to get out we were able to do some good things for some key employees as part of that and the result was is that now a number of years later the business has probably doubled tripled its far exceeds the value that we would have sold it for and it was really by trying to be flexible and at every stage looking at wizard better attorney that would better suit our client you were elected president of the Monroe County Bar Association at age thirty four not only the first woman hold the position but also the youngest what was it like to fill that role of leadership well I I have to give a lot of credit to the Monroe County bar because the leadership at that time was wonderfully open to the idea that the bar needed to spread it's ten and to a broader constituency and there were more women coming up in the profession at that time so I give them a lot of credit because it took some courage to make somebody president who is probably twenty five years younger than most of the people who who had served in that position people were wonderfully support I and it wasn't a problem I had an opportunity to put a couple of women in his chairs of a couple of key committees of the bar we had the first woman share that Court Committee for example but we also had a lot of wonderful men who I worked with really well the year I was president was a year that we actually as a minority county bar adopted our first antidiscrimination guidelines and there was a lot of thought that it went into that has the bar head traditionally not taken positions on quotes social issues had really more focused on things that were her purely evaluation of judges or things that related more specifically as a profession itself end building a consensus that these kinds of guidelines were really part of what we're all about and were intrinsic to what ars should be I'm I'm very pleased that we were able to do that and in conjunction with some other bars later that same year we also were able to get some sense Muller work done at the New York State Bar Association through the House of delegates so it was a it was a something that I'm really glad sort of started process what advice do you typically share with attorneys who are just starting their careers in many ways. I've been unfortunate. I've I've been in a large firm I've been in a firm that was very supportive I've had wonderful client relationships and that's not always true for all women in the profession so I'm very aware that there is still discrimination in summer areas sometimes over mostly covert what I really hope we can do is continue to show that women are just as good or better so that we aren't hiring someone because they're a woman were hiring someone because they're really good and to me that's the real benchmark and we have a lot of women who are really good we just need to keep working at that it's interesting because we come out of Law School Oh and we know nothing practical we might be able to make a theoretical argument for the US Supreme Court that's about it but drafting a contract doing a trial closing a deal those are all skills that the law schools have been very slow negotiating a very slow.

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Apologies to those of you in line is the way karma works apparently. Karma date. Various forms of meditation exist and just curious are they all created equal? Or do you have specific advice on? Well, they're not that there are different forms, which have different purposes. So there. To use the Buddhist framework here there are there are concentration practices where the goal is to focus one pointedly on on some object could be the breath, it could be a candle flame, or you know. Inner visual ization and the goal. There is really to focus so one pointedly that you notice nothing else. So thought thoughts really are the antecedents of that practice? If you're thinking, you're not focusing, and you're you're you're failing in that moment. And that kind of concentration becomes a tool that can be used for practice like mindfulness. But that isn't it's not the same as a practice mindfulness mindfulness as much more about you need some concentration, but it's much more simply noticing what is arising without having any expectation that any thing should or shouldn't arise and that begins to change the character of your experience, and you begin to have various insights, but I concentration practice is much more narrowly focused thing, which is a useful skill. But it's just. It is the thing that becomes in the end of the day. It can seem like an artifice is more like a drug experience because when concentration really works. It has become a novice with very pleasant states of mind, and you kind of have this sort of heroin addict like attachment to the pleasantness of meditation. But then it's it's transitory when you're no longer concentrated. You're no longer getting that high and so the so the other type of practice is called insight BRAC, which mindfulness is the technique and there it's not about prolong any specific state. It's about about actually seen what is common to all states of consciousness, and therefore no longer clinging to one of the things that's common their impermanent, and you're no longer cling into the highs or pushing away the loaves I'm gonna soom maybe wrong, but I'm gonna -ssume that under girding. Your question is kind of sense of what kind of meditation should. I be doing. And I guess what I would say to you is at the beginning. There can be a real sense of like wanting to try everything which I think is cool. I think you should try a bunch of things and see what speaks you what tradition. What's slave meditation speaks you the most? But then I would stick with one thing because if you're jumping around too much for too long really can't get a clear clean signal of what what's working, and I would do it for a little while a couple of years and see what the benefits are get grounded one tradition before you go flitting around too much soaring to bring this to a close. But thank you all for coming. It's really honored. That was a lot of fun big thanks to Sam for doing that. And big thanks to the folks at the screwball cultural center in Los Angeles for hosting us that they're truly beautiful facility. Okay. That does it for another addition of the ten percent, happier podcast if you liked it. And I know we say this and podcasters say this all the time. But there's a reason we say it if you like this, please take a minute to subscribe rate us Telefe Renta's about us because all of those things that ratings this trip numbers social media love that makes a huge difference for us and helps us continue to do what we wanna do here. Also, if you want to suggest topics that you think we should cover or guests that you would like to bring on a hit me up on Twitter. I actually look at this at Danby, Harris importantly, I really want to people who helped produce this podcast that includes annual Johns and Ryan kesler and the rest of the folks here ABC news who help..

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"It seems like a lot of the ailments that plagued humanity are this same types of ailments that arrest loose mind experiences. We fluctuate from war to peace to polluting the environment to trying to clean up the environment than polluting it again to. It's just chaos, and we don't quite know where we're going as species, I'm just wondering if you guys think that's a helpful metaphor to to you where we're at. And do you think there's some kind of collective meditative state that we could we could reach some kind of way that we could structure society or some of our institutions that take some. That take mindfulness and meditation and those and what that can bring you the level of awareness that can bring you into account if that makes any sense, it doesn't take long spending time in the meditation world before you hear claims about how meditation we'll fix everything. It will surprise you to hear that. I don't believe that. I think however that if we see a broad societal embrace of the practice. There will be salutory changes. If we had the same. Proportion of the population practicing, mindfulness that currently engages in physical exercise. I think we've probably see real impact on things like. Road rage. Bullying type of comments you see and social media. The quality of our politics. I don't think it would make everything barking unicorns. But I do think you would start to change things. Maybe ten percent at a time. There harris. So so I I do actually think I'm not a utopian by nature. But I do think that broad embrace of mindfulness could make a difference. How much I don't. It's interesting to realize that we have virtually no norm around mental training like mental training is still a totally esoteric concern. And yet physical training is is just an absolute norm where it's impossible to doubt, the utility of whether you exercise a lot or not there's nobody who's living in doubt as to whether or not there's something to be done to be physically better off most of the time. And it seems should it seems obvious even just thinking of it in physical terms, the brain as an organ, which changes depending on how you use it. And we're training ourselves all day long based on how we use our attention to fixate on various things, whether it's social media or so much of it now is is driven by the phone. We got in our pockets and. You can get better at doing anything you care about you can get better at having conversations with people you can get better at in your relationships, you've your marriage can get better. The thing you're doing by default is rarely the best possible version of that thing. And when you this becomes so obvious in athletics because you're learning to play a new sport that you don't know how to play and you're not in that in shape for that sports say, and so everything you do is wrong. Right. But most of what we are doing with our live go through school, and you get to a point where they say, okay. There's no more school for you in this on this topic. So you're done now get a job. And there's no notion of mental training the on that you're just basically who you are trying to figure out how to live a meaningful life after that and the traditions out of which practices like meditation. Come a very different picture of what? Life. What's possible in terms of the comfortable here in your own skin as a as a human being navigating social space with other human beings. I think if if we just acknowledged that emotional and moral development continues throughout life, and even in predictable ways, if you if you apply attention in certain ways, or you think or you just forget about meditation. Just reframing situations conceptually can do enormous work in terms of how you feel. It's like road rage. Is the perfect example. That's a it's a it's a cliche that we've all become right with we've all experienced the saying, we're just magically you're in a car and somebody does something in front of you or just driving too slow and a part of your personality, emerges that simply does not emerge in other circumstances when you're not surrounded by glass and metal you never never comes out of you. In an elevator with other people right unless you're total sociopath. But you're seeing the safety and relative privacy of your car all of a sudden your day Hussein and mindfulness is useful there, but it just reframing the person who just cut you off maybe on on on route to some medical emergency..

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"We want that long while QNA's. So it might be the moment to transition to that. It's a brave young gentleman. I'm niko. Thanks for coming in chatting about meditation. I guess my question is when you've gone on these long retreats, and I guess Purtill you Sam who's been away for ten years going on these retreats on and off. What point did you decide this time to come back given that meditation mindfulness is such a critical part mental health, and if you were in those moments of mindfulness being super happy, mentally when when you say, hey, you know, what's actually tend to end this and come back. Well, I was writing and originally I thought it was going to be writing fiction, and if you're writing fiction, nobody cares that you dropped out of school and didn't make much of your academic career. But the moment you transition to nonfiction all of a sudden, it becomes highly relevant. How you know anything? So I decided I just had it. I couldn't keep just sitting retreats and being entirely self-taught to write what I wanted to write. And it was very useful to go back to school to do it because I was not had that point all of the liabilities of being self taught in every area that was relatively at that point apart from detention, and now I just have some of the liabilities of being self taught. First of all, thank you guys very much for doing what you're doing. I think like what you're doing in the public sphere. And your individual ways is immensely helpful. For people like me and probably people here. My question having to do with meditation is how often you Bledsoe in your practice, and how do you deal with that? If at all. Wanna take sure with the caveat that I'm not a meditation teacher? I'm just a guy writes about meditation sometimes, and that Sam knows a lot more about this than I do with that caveat. I think plateauing or the perception of plateauing quite common and probably not that useful to get too hung up on. Our mutual friend and my meditation teacher, I was introduced to by SAM's got him Joseph Goldstein. He's been on sans podcast at least twice which I recommend to everybody. Because those are rate interviews just seen often talks about this habit. We have playing what he calls the practice assessment tapes where we're just obsessing about the state of our practice right now. And have we plateaued or has our concentration level, actually, maybe diminished is this whole thing wasted time. I- helpless case, blah, blah, blah. This is just. To put it in Buddhist terms. The classical hindrance called doubt, not doubt in the positive sense doubt in my line of work as journalists is quite positive with this doubt majority, which is this quagmire this quicksand of. Useless self questioning. And so I would just put that flag out there for you to to be aware that a certain amount of practice assessment is healthy and might be worth talking to a teacher. But in my experience, this can turn into rheumatism spot spirals that are entirely unconstructive. And to know that the way Abraxas goes over time is, you know, some sometimes based on whatever factors exaggerates factors your life. Your ability to concentrate, isn't that good or maybe actually you feel like you're not able to apply to lessons of meditation off the cushion and the rest of your life. There are many factors that go into that. But my experience over time, it's sort of wavy line. But it does kind of go in the right direction. Thank you. Thanks Ariston Harris for sharing this with us. Dan, I wake up to you on my you're my weekend home..

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"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"harris" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"This is a live conversation between me and Sam Harris. Sam has had I say this a lot about our guests, but happens to be true in this case, especially Sam had a massive impact on on on my life in my meditation practice Sam if you don't know him, he's he's got a long resumes. Neuroscientist he is an author of some bestselling books, including the end of faith. He's a very prominent atheist. Atheism was at the core of the aforementioned and defaced. He's a podcast or he's got a podcast called waking up. That is just now switching the name. He's actually changing the name of the podcast for reason. I'll explain it a second to making sense one of the most popular podcasts on the planet. So was waking up now it's changing to making sense. He called it waking up because that was actually a name the name of another book. He wrote that meditation was at the center of that book, waking up as amazing book. I recommended highly and unreservedly to everybody, but he then went on to found a meditation app called waking up so he decided to change the name of his podcast to making sense. And he also now has this new app called waking up, which I'm a horrible friend. I haven't checked out yet. But I can guarantee you is excellent. Just because everything Sam does in my opinion, happens to be excellent more about how I got to know Samsa. I met him. Oh, I mean, probably well over a decade ago when I was covering the religion beat at ABC news. And as part of that, I did a big story, but atheists and met Sam at a big conference of atheists and just really hit it off with him. I wouldn't call myself personally in Theus, I would say use the term respectful agnostic, and Sam is much more as much more personally provocative style than I personally would adopt. But I just found him to be very interesting and intriguing. And over time just got to know him personally. And and we've become friends and friends with his wife, Ana Kaz. Well, who's been on this podcast before and will again be in the future because she is in our own, right? Fascinating human being so overtime, salmon, I became friends, and I got to learn that he was interested. And I talk about this in in my first book ten percent, happier. When I found out that Sam who's the ultimate skeptic had a long history of meditation. Dating back to his college years and had done weeks and weeks and weeks and months of silent meditation retreat, I was at a sort of a tender moment in my meditation career was I was trying to figure out how seriously I was gonna take this thing. And and I saw salmon, and I think it was the second or third time. I ran into him. And he happened mention to me that that he had as long as meditation, and I thought, okay, if this guy's into it, I can get into it. And he really encouraged me to do my first. Meditation retreat and introduced me to his friend Joseph Goldstein whose subsequently become my meditation teacher, and so just over the years talking to Sam about meditation practice, and how it shows up in his life and getting his advice on all sorts of things has been incredibly meaningful to me. So when the kind folks at the skirt ball cultural center in Los Angeles invited us to do a conversation in front of a live audience. I left at the paternity because anytime we can spend I can spend Sam is time well spent so this coversation we talk about what meditation is, and what it isn't. We talk about the experience of being on a meditation retreat, something I know a lot of you are curious about and we take a lot of questions from the audience, and for that reason, I am not going to do voice mails this week because we're effectively doing it within the body of the episode anyway will resume our voicemails next week. But there's you'll get to hear people ask very interesting questions. And luckily for you won't just be me answering them you'll you'll be hearing Sam Harris's well for those of you want to hear more about SAM's personal history. He's been on the podcast before you can go back and find that..

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"harris" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"harris" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"Emails to info is Sam Harris dot org and do this by January fifteenth because on January sixteenth the remaining seats will be released to the general public. So this is time sensitive. I know this doesn't solve for all of, you know, many of you are traveling to New York for that conference. In fact, some of you traveled only to find out that it was canceled. Needless to say, I feel terrible about this. But unfortunately, I can't make substitution like this at other shows this sort of things actually hard to work out with live nation holding back hundreds of seats for one of their events. I'm very happy to do it. But unfortunately, I can't do it for other shows on other dates it just introduces too much chaos into planning this tour. So this at least something I can do in an attempt to clean up Pangbourne mess. However imperfectly again the event is at the beacon theater in New York on March first. And for those of you in Auckland who were left holding tickets for that event that Pangbourne cancelled and were not refunded, please get in touch when I announce events closer to you. I'm not sure I'm coming to New Zealand next year. But I'm almost certainly come into Australia. Probably in the middle of the year. Anyway, stay in touch stand my newsletter. And if I come anywhere near you, needless to say, I'll be happy to give you tickets to anything. I do down there. Okay. Patriotic is many of you probably know I deleted my patriot account, and I issued a brief statement, which those of you who are on my list received. I'll just read that here. So we're on the same page. I have a little more to say. Is very brief. This is what I posted. Dear patriot supporters as many of you know, the crowdfunding side patriotic has banned several prominent content creators from its platform while the company insists that each was in violation of its terms of service. These recent expulsions seem more readily explained by political bias, although I don't share the politics of the band members..

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