18 Burst results for "Hebei"

Jonathan Corbblah on the Big Poker Boom

The Grid

03:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Jonathan Corbblah on the Big Poker Boom

"Welcome back to the grid. I jennifer shoddy today. I've got an extra special dare. I say delicious guys. It is jonathan core blah. Blah is a man of many games we met through chas where he's a blitz legend and renown coach. He's also a jeopardy champion. Anna hosted the game show masterminds the game show network where he works with ken jennings. Jonathan has been on over thirteen. Game chose from cass cab. Who wants to be a millionaire to wheel of fortune. He appeared in a few projects produced like x. Chess and american. Just star many of the games at jonathan. His bastard involve grades whether it's jeopardy or chess or scrabble and honestly that's why i've wanted him on the show from the start. I've been nagging him for two years. And finally i captured him for the grade. He brought a hand that he played with nine five suited just a few days ago. It was in a home game that i played into jonathan. My i live guests in the grid for over a year. We aren't a beautiful beach and poker retreat weekend and so john that i have to thank you for taking time out from champagne and sicilians for this little chat. It's actually really really funny. I'm glad that we were able to meet up this weekend. Were out here in southampton. And i'm glad i was able to shenyang only fill a spot in the grid with a hand that you saw me play so that was actually kinda fun. Was the nine five of clubs nine five of clubs and tell us a little bit about your relationship to poker. Now i came in with the big poker. Boom of chris moneymaker like many people our age when it was first on. Espn and You know the the world series started growing and we started meeting. These guys. Like phil hellmuth and phil ivey and whatnot. And i became extremely interested in playing. So i got a party. Poker account full tilt poker account and luckily living in new york city. I had a lot of opportunities to play in some underground poker game. So i would say of all of the poker played in my life. Probably eighty percent of it has taken place in underground games mostly in new york city but also other places around the country starting with cash games. You know when my bankroll was really low one to no limit will come up to two five and five five these days playing a lot of five ten pillow so bring us back to those days. What was poker like then. Well there were so many people who played and because of the numbers so many who thought that they were amazing so many people who consider themselves professional regardless of how much they could support themselves with the game regardless of how much they think they knew that perhaps read. A few books played a bunch. Got a few cashews. And i can't lie. I probably was one of those people you know. We were all kind of swept up in the u. Fauria of everyone being able to play their poker rooms opening up all over the place on riverboat casinos and indian reservations in a c- in vegas and you know Foxwoods mohegan sun. So everywhere. I would go for instance. There was a long-term tournament at the foxwoods casino in connecticut. And i would often play. Maybe the first few rounds get a little bored and then eventually miss around and go to the poker games because i was doing a little bit better in the poker game so definitely poker was there was cachet. I mean if you recall a time they had the heads up. Poker tournament on nbc. Cyber poker shout at exactly celebrity poker showdown poker was in the zeitgeist definitely between two thousand three and two thousand eight ish and i would say that was really a part of the hebei of me playing.

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"hebei" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"hebei" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"So can you talk about that. Just a little bit while it's obviously secene you day-to-day and you're so fired up to go to work that in the afternoon or at night when i'm cooking dinner in your leg. Hebei of connecticut pop on slack off for ten minutes. As you do. Get this off my plate. You know what i mean so seeing in you the passion and the drive it kind of allows for the freedom later. You don't wanna stop somebody from dreaming from driving away at their goal or getting something off of their mind. They need to focus on things. So it's like all right. Why would i be the one to hold you back when this is a partnership thing here. I respect you. I totally agree that we should be together. The family but right now. Totally take your time and talk to your team. Get whatever needs to get done done yeah. I think we've come a long way with. This is to burn the candle on every end when it came to work. And i was never really present and i think that you know a few years into my business i realize like i'm missing out on life like these ideas can wait and i think we just work at very different pace now. There's a lot more balanced. I think motherhood has been a huge factor in having cocoa around obviously makes you wanna kinda like a work on her a little more. Yeah and you even said like last night here like you've been really good at just like leaving your work at the door not bringing it in and just being fully present. Even if you're tired or you're excited or your creatively driven having a separate space where we live two is also very productive for that. Because you can set it at the door set in the other unit not even have to think about it. Yeah just totally immersed in cocoa in me and it's the best like when you first started. Obviously you had tons of. Can i go step out do this or that. Can you just love what you're doing now having the system in place. It's huge yeah. Moms you know postpartum hair loss. It is a real thing. And even if you're not a mom or you're not planning to be. Did you know that thirty million women are impacted by weakened or thinning hair..

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"hebei" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Vis. Trolls with by Calama Nacho club James and paid them again, lane from the Hebei C, which stands for a Buddy's car where we're recording this episode this week. We're not allowed to even pocket at the one spot because we can't afford to pay for the parking here. With your house band Ida bought rose in the water to go sleep on the straight orchestra. With Ewing thing that happened in the south of France over the weekend, just don't call it rice disease books of neutrals, my name's Colombo joining as always eas- real James who's that? I it was I can tell you that much. Someone made a very good point needs in which is very rare. People paint to what's this. Good point. I my favorite commit of the weekend. Was that every every single viewer received the penalty this what he was the controversial penalties to our time penalties, not good. You, you never gonna get it back. That's well, what are we gonna talk about here knows because there was no race this weekend, as far as I know we'll talk about the incision tests. They call the French grown pray plus Lewis Helms, says Dr Blimey if the racism boring, that's probably fair Pasu of thought two weeks. After the fact we stupid until that penalty in Canada. And you know what else is no pouring all up lap, five? We've signed a syndication deal exclusively with Teke, maybe a podcasts and be. I've done it black ops doll so that everyone's Peavy should it's a very exciting time to be a box of neutrals lease now this week in review, the French girl impre when I was young. Xiaomi. Pita. Mcginley. This trail. Said, f one is bullshit because just go round in heaps of circles. They don't go and he wear. Mike and rob James reviewing the anyone a site. Just. Paul Ricard would be spitting in his grave. Yeah. It'd be he's dead. Isn't he he's dead is Paul Rakadh. We'll piss. He invented that drink pastis the that's the only thing I know about it. It's one of these, I think it's one of those things that you the three facts, the Formula one coverage, gives you. They pull off. Kapadia say infringe. It's called pester, then if it's if it's produced anywhere outside the wells cold yellow wash. Protected today of Arjun. Absolutely right. It's incredible, isn't it? Because the French chrome is only in its modern incarnation, two years old. And it's taken exactly two years for the sheen to be completely. People to knock he wouldn't even turn up this year. The traffic was bad loss. They didn't turn up the tell you what if you didn't turn up. You didn't miss anything wins the contract out. I don't know. I actually should have looked at up and unafraid of into depressed if it's at ten years. Ten days of that night. Thanks. You know, it's really irritating. Is that there was so all the camera shots, obviously, all the overhead shots, even the shots, you could see all the different because this is a test track. And that's part of the problem, you could say all the different configurations essentially is just a huge bit of ashphalt weren't. They just changing change the configuration. Learn that, you know what? People always say they want, you know, bring back like the cigarette, he stumbles bring back Keelan via. We've got South Africa. Kyle me why aren't they just painted that circuit on that he'd Yash fold? We have the South African grown free FRANZ, the Turkish grown pre of FRANZ, what any track you want every year just changing? What if we set up boom gates every ten laps the configuration changes? So. No. We I three and full dining city guys right now. And then there's a completely different lines who in tuned, four, five and six why don't we just use the potential of the track? Let's not this is the problem with foam in the one we always were exactly that would problems. We never bring solutions. I'm bringing to the.

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"hebei" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Lot of electric car technology. They're willing to share with Ford actually, make sense to be honest with you. There's a lot of big car companies. Getting very excited about electric car manufacturing and autonomous driving self driving vehicles. Why would everyone spend money on exactly the same bits of research when they could pull their resources? I it's actually a reasonably sensible thing to do if you assume that neither company's going boss. Neither company wants to run the other into the ground. They accept that. They're going to be around for a long time have a little bit of sharing because we've seen alliances between call manufacturers owned anything particular mean, we had captive imports and things for years where you'd have a warm model badge with a particular badge in one country and in a different country, but the different body fold Mazda with doing it for many years, for example. But it does seem unusual for the the two of this size to get together. Bill, I gone to know Toyotas, BMW together or something. Yeah. It's it's interesting. I think it shows you how real the threat is too common factors on both the Malk is that are available to them. And how worried excited nervous they are about. Electric cars, whether they are ahead of the curve or behind the curve. And you know, I think there's there's a lot to be said for for joining up with people who have slightly different ideas and have teams that may have already done the work. I think I think it's a sensible thing. I suspect we'll see a lot more of it. Now, the South China Morning post to Whipple solves around the world into Asia is I was scratching my head over this ban. Is this this proposal in Hebei's province in northern China for two and a half day weekend? And then I realized that they're not somehow warping Saturday and Sunday, but that proposing that workers take fraud afternoon off they owe. And you know, when is the Chinese state talking those proposals tend to have a little bit more weight than they might here. You know, you will be taking Friday afternoon often. There's no two ways about it. The aim is to increase consumption, partly offset, the impact of the trade war, partly to move China away from being a producing economy, quite a long way. Now already into a consumption one. The other point as well, as you know, there are lots of Chinese workers earth, essentially, subsidized by the state into inefficient industries, actually, if the state continues to pay them the same amount, they have an extra half day to go out and spend it could create a bit of a positive boost it shows, you just how worried China and the Chinese authorities all about the current economic slowdown that they are considering things like this. You know is a little bit of an exceptional policy. I wouldn't surprise me. Sit rolled out across more of the provinces. They tend to do that choose one test out the policy and then rolled out wider. Just don't tell them Macron he thinks everybody should be working longer. Absolutely. Right. Thanks for joining his band. That's been Kuma from seven asset management you with the globalist on monocle twenty four..

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"hebei" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on No Agenda

"Like what what are the Al goes do? This is a good point because this is actually stems from diffraction of semiconductors and one of the greatest thing semiconductors could do as amplify. It's yeah. It is a fraction. That's it's either compression or amplification he could do that too. Yes. Because the world that mean, we, Mr. compression. Yeah. Well, there's different kinds of compression. But compression in time, you know, abstraction of of operations anything that can be compressed is it's in it's in our human DNA almost want to compress things. But the amplification part dad that that is truly what computers do amplify ST compress. Yeah. Najah late de modulate. Well, here's Rick Perry. Man buying their Hebei. Hound binary man is nothing else to it Rick Santelli from CNBC at his own take on this is the Treasury Secretary during the crisis. You know, what I they were going to borrow three quarters trillion dollars by toxic assets that never materialized morphed on the fly things could get messy. I can't believe some of the nuances though, really can't understand that anybody would be worried about liquidity. I'll tell you what. Go visit any major SEM in this business and ask them how many hours a day they're putting in what markets are moving like this or talk about margin and Loveridge for how many times Treasury Secretary Mnuchin was concerned about market structure all the articles beginning in December. Listen, I understand every nuance is the wrong nuance because the message isn't really any of these individual thoughts. But what the Treasury Secretary saying? The issue is quite simple. The central banks of the world propped up the stock. Market to a point where ten sustain itself. Three normalization normalization of only a few of the participants in the grand liquefied scheme of things that is the main issue the markets have to contend with and they could point blame. But whatever they want. There's an oil industry that does that. And this president certainly doesn't get the benefits of much. What did he actually say? I have no idea. I mean, I kinda was catching it. And then at the Andy talks about the president doesn't get something. I don't know what he meant by that. I don't know. I think our thesis here is actually quite a good one because end of year. There's always stuff going on there's pension institutional rebalancing. Thank you chat room troll room. There's a number of things, but it's the algorithm. Ick amplification that gives you these wild swings. And we can probably look to see this is something we need to be on lookout for anywhere. An algorithm is running. Let's see if we can find the amplify or over amplification. Because Venturi something has to break. Yeah. Amplification for amplify -cation sake is not the way to go. That's why audio amplifiers need a preempt with was a volume control on it. You stick your your stuff into the amp straight up. And then you just gets Blasio Blat you blow your house up. But if you have a preempt, which is a little controller that says, hey, I'm gonna give you a little bit of this juice. Not all of it. Then it's it comes down. We don't have a preempt for the economy. Interesting. What the fed I guess would want to be the dial Turner die out the volume control the volume control. They I guess that's what how what they feel their role is, you know, turn up interest rates turn him down or inflate the money supply. Tone control. But then they know. There you go. And with that. I'd like to say in the morning to you. And thank you to the man who put the sea in compression, John C. Well, I wanna thank you. And I want to thank all the boots on the ground feet in the air. Subs in the water and all the Dame tonight's out there..

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"hebei" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on No Agenda

"Like what what are the Al goes do? This is a good point because this is actually stems from diffraction of semiconductors and one of the greatest thing semiconductors could do as amplify. It's yeah. It is a fraction. That's it's either compression or amplification he could do that too. Yes. Because the world that mean, we, Mr. compression. Yeah. Well, there's different kinds of compression. But compression in time, you know, abstraction of of operations anything that can be compressed is it's in it's in our human DNA almost want to compress things. But the amplification part dad that that is truly what computers do amplify ST compress. Yeah. Najah late de modulate. Well, here's Rick Perry. Man buying their Hebei. Hound binary man is nothing else to it Rick Santelli from CNBC at his own take on this is the Treasury Secretary during the crisis. You know, what I they were going to borrow three quarters trillion dollars by toxic assets that never materialized morphed on the fly things could get messy. I can't believe some of the nuances though, really can't understand that anybody would be worried about liquidity. I'll tell you what. Go visit any major SEM in this business and ask them how many hours a day they're putting in what markets are moving like this or talk about margin and Loveridge for how many times Treasury Secretary Mnuchin was concerned about market structure all the articles beginning in December. Listen, I understand every nuance is the wrong nuance because the message isn't really any of these individual thoughts. But what the Treasury Secretary saying? The issue is quite simple. The central banks of the world propped up the stock. Market to a point where ten sustain itself. Three normalization normalization of only a few of the participants in the grand liquefied scheme of things that is the main issue the markets have to contend with and they could point blame. But whatever they want. There's an oil industry that does that. And this president certainly doesn't get the benefits of much. What did he actually say? I have no idea. I mean, I kinda was catching it. And then at the Andy talks about the president doesn't get something. I don't know what he meant by that. I don't know. I think our thesis here is actually quite a good one because end of year. There's always stuff going on there's pension institutional rebalancing. Thank you chat room troll room. There's a number of things, but it's the algorithm. Ick amplification that gives you these wild swings. And we can probably look to see this is something we need to be on lookout for anywhere. An algorithm is running. Let's see if we can find the amplify or over amplification. Because Venturi something has to break. Yeah. Amplification for amplify -cation sake is not the way to go. That's why audio amplifiers need a preempt with was a volume control on it. You stick your your stuff into the amp straight up. And then you just gets Blasio Blat you blow your house up. But if you have a preempt, which is a little controller that says, hey, I'm gonna give you a little bit of this juice. Not all of it. Then it's it comes down. We don't have a preempt for the economy. Interesting. What the fed I guess would want to be the dial Turner die out the volume control the volume control. They I guess that's what how what they feel their role is, you know, turn up interest rates turn him down or inflate the money supply. Tone control. But then they know. There you go. And with that. I'd like to say in the morning to you. And thank you to the man who put the sea in compression, John C. Well, I wanna thank you. And I want to thank all the boots on the ground feet in the air. Subs in the water and all the Dame tonight's out there..

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"hebei" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on No Agenda

"Like what what are the Al goes do? This is a good point because this is actually stems from diffraction of semiconductors and one of the greatest thing semiconductors could do as amplify. It's yeah. It is a fraction. That's it's either compression or amplification he could do that too. Yes. Because the world that mean, we, Mr. compression. Yeah. Well, there's different kinds of compression. But compression in time, you know, abstraction of of operations anything that can be compressed is it's in it's in our human DNA almost want to compress things. But the amplification part dad that that is truly what computers do amplify ST compress. Yeah. Najah late de modulate. Well, here's Rick Perry. Man buying their Hebei. Hound binary man is nothing else to it Rick Santelli from CNBC at his own take on this is the Treasury Secretary during the crisis. You know, what I they were going to borrow three quarters trillion dollars by toxic assets that never materialized morphed on the fly things could get messy. I can't believe some of the nuances though, really can't understand that anybody would be worried about liquidity. I'll tell you what. Go visit any major SEM in this business and ask them how many hours a day they're putting in what markets are moving like this or talk about margin and Loveridge for how many times Treasury Secretary Mnuchin was concerned about market structure all the articles beginning in December. Listen, I understand every nuance is the wrong nuance because the message isn't really any of these individual thoughts. But what the Treasury Secretary saying? The issue is quite simple. The central banks of the world propped up the stock. Market to a point where ten sustain itself. Three normalization normalization of only a few of the participants in the grand liquefied scheme of things that is the main issue the markets have to contend with and they could point blame. But whatever they want. There's an oil industry that does that. And this president certainly doesn't get the benefits of much. What did he actually say? I have no idea. I mean, I kinda was catching it. And then at the Andy talks about the president doesn't get something. I don't know what he meant by that. I don't know. I think our thesis here is actually quite a good one because end of year. There's always stuff going on there's pension institutional rebalancing. Thank you chat room troll room. There's a number of things, but it's the algorithm. Ick amplification that gives you these wild swings. And we can probably look to see this is something we need to be on lookout for anywhere. An algorithm is running. Let's see if we can find the amplify or over amplification. Because Venturi something has to break. Yeah. Amplification for amplify -cation sake is not the way to go. That's why audio amplifiers need a preempt with was a volume control on it. You stick your your stuff into the amp straight up. And then you just gets Blasio Blat you blow your house up. But if you have a preempt, which is a little controller that says, hey, I'm gonna give you a little bit of this juice. Not all of it. Then it's it comes down. We don't have a preempt for the economy. Interesting. What the fed I guess would want to be the dial Turner die out the volume control the volume control. They I guess that's what how what they feel their role is, you know, turn up interest rates turn him down or inflate the money supply. Tone control. But then they know. There you go. And with that. I'd like to say in the morning to you. And thank you to the man who put the sea in compression, John C. Well, I wanna thank you. And I want to thank all the boots on the ground feet in the air. Subs in the water and all the Dame tonight's out there..

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"hebei" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"And that stuff. But he's lost couple of weeks. You've been like surprisingly attentive unnoticeable about it. And that. A really trying to actually navigate how that makes me feel interesting like it, potentially. Not a good. No. Here's the thing. It's so amazing. But I don't ever want to take it for granted. It's like when I say access service is a nice little sign on that day today. The I mean, something she gets from me every morning, and I sat he got into point. Where realize I've stopped thinking you, and that's terrible. It is not good. Right. But it's not good for multiple things. It's not good because I'm not teaching you in a sense that like, hey, you should keep doing it. Because you're still getting the award. Now, it's become an expectation, which isn't a nice thing to happen. It doesn't make you feel good about the fact that you the Cavs for me now it's like a job for you, which I don't like that. And so I don't want this to become an expectation. So mean so much to me that you've recognized it and you'll the one reaching out saying Hebei, we should skip. The Jim let's spent on morning together. Or like, I'm gonna stay up late. So that means you can hang out like that. You don't ever do that? And it means so much to me that I I'm worried I don't want to take it for granted at all. So that's why I'm kind of like trying to figure out how a feet about it because it's so nice. But at the one take what it's good. Yeah. Don't take it for granted. Because then it's less likely to occur to me next time because there's no reward that I'm subconsciously moving towards. But if I'm honest like I'm not doing it right now for any sort of emotional reward. It literally is it's all over my radar. Like, I said this morning were in just a brief moment right now. And this like, do you know how arrogant this makes me feel about being good relationships because I know right now we're playing a dangerous game. With how busy we've gotten. But that were sitting down together. And we're talking about it. Which is how you keep it from being like a hurt feeling or quite frankly that it really then does become a problem. So that I can say like, hey, we're playing a dangerous game. Let's have it both on our radars right now. Now that you're going out and speaking more networking and stuff more..

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"hebei" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"I need to feel when you look at me or when you're in the moment that you think I'm like the hottest thing in the world because that's gonna make me feel amazing and get more into it. Yeah, and it's going to be this giant back and forth of being amazing and feeling amazing. Yeah, that's good. See, now you're going to have this conversation. I know. Should I say you should. I'm just going to go home and be like Hebei and there's just play this part. The good thing I know really seriously you should yet because I think will because we're like about this too. I will answer your question. Is that because even makes you feel good when you setting confidence? It doesn't have to just be about sex. I feel really good when you're on time, it makes it turns me on when you make plans for dinner like that. I'm not gonna go where to go even though what about sex again, this will could lead you down a path to know what makes you feel good guy. What makes me feel good, everything. Same thing, you know, I'm a huge compliment hoarder. I love them. I love compliments. I love so touches like making out. I love massage. I mean, swear to God like that makes me get. I think that's massages. So underrated because maybe people not underrated but under practiced, because I think people think they need to have like a massage table and all these lotions and potions, and really just it's those on your nurse system. It reduces the anxiety, I dislike, you know, that's what makes me feel good saying these things to me, bringing me. Chocolate. Okay. What kind of touched do you not feel comfortable with now? This is something that I'm trying to think right now how I would answer that. But for some people they might be like, you might ask this question to because in your brain you're like, I do not like doing empires touches me. So you're allowed to to say asthma question that you actually want answer yourself because again, this goes both ways, so you could ask your parents, let's have some fun and talk about sex. What do you, what do you like and what aren't you comfortable with? Like if they don't really answer, they don't know. So what don't you like trying to think what I don't like anything. I feel like everything I like variety. So to me when I mean, I guess you could, you could say something like, you know, it doesn't really feel good to me when you can tell that like I'm dry somewhere, but you keep going at it. So some lube, like does the thing like I feel I feel the same way like I've told my partner, I'm like, I feel like I don't jerk. You off correctly. If I don't have any loop and he. It's like, well, I can't even drink myself off correctly if I don't have any loop. So unlike. Okay, because that's what I'm saying. You know how sometimes in the morning. Yeah, some thinking I'm like, I gotta have lube by me so that that way, if I want because I know he's getting nightstand in your new home. I am is moving finally into her own place, some friends and nightstand legit one about, can I buy you a nightstand? I mean, my dreams every night stand for real..

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"hebei" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

"You create more language and communication within a work team to say, I'm gonna give you clues and cues to say that a is very urgent be is medium. Urgent and see is not at all urgent so that we can help each other begin to discern. And so how would we. Implement that. I mean, I, I know you talk about that and for some people, I think everything seems. So I think just making sure that everybody's on the same page in terms of what is I like to save urgent for when it's actually urgent urgent client request or an expected change of plans. But if I'm honest, I think I've probably created and see from people on occasion because I've either not giving myself enough runway or should have delegated better. I think everybody had those. Yeah, all those kinds of moments. So. So on those three levels, how would we sort of think about moving into that? Yes. So just understanding that we should have an out loud conversation with our teams about urgency is a great thing, and beginning with Email is a wonderful starting point. I think you may remember from global leadership summit, we covered some content. I won't cover it in depth here, but it's on a web page will be giving you later called the n. y. r. codes and the codes are codes that we use in the outbound subject lines of emails to help people indicate what true urgency is there, but they're really. Just the beginning of curbing, this constant state of urgency, a piece of language that might be wonderful for your listeners and audience members to ingest and then share with your teams are the three levels of time sensitivity that we use in white base. And once you start making this conversation normative, it can really be helpful. So there's three levels of how urgent something can be at work. It can be not time sensitive it. I shouldn't say levels. I should say types because they vary by tight more than level. You can either have something be not time sensitive. You can have it be emotionally time-sensitive, or you can have it be tactically time-sensitive, and deciding which of the three is absolutely critical. Something is not time sensitive, truly has no negative affect on the business if it waits a while to be addressed, and it's incredibly generous and a wonderful gift to people to let them know when something is not time sensitive. The middle category is the most strictly and sneaky. The emotionally. Time-sensitive request, and I'll use my own vulnerabilities and mistakes here to let you know that when I really really feel like knowing something and that's the definition of emotionally time-sensitive, just really, really, really, really have an urgent need emotionally to know a piece of information. It's really hard to wait. It's really hard not to ping your colleague or your system Hebei by the way, where are we on that file? Or did you hear the outcome of that acquisition or whatever the the topic is that your dying to know? But if you become a expert at this, you can discern that from the third category when something is tactically time sensitive, and that means that it's speed to action, affects the business and very, very important to know which is which so this is language that you can share in teams. Maybe somebody says we need to work on this vendor project and someone else can say that feels like it's emotionally time-sensitive..

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"hebei" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Word wash before your comments you aren't ready to do that no emotionally i'm not ready like i wish we could leave our four year old rival at two gets plenty on and there's plenty of family that would love to watch denardo i just don't feel comfortable being away from him for any extended timing case something comes up but that's me that's not because i think he's too young or whatever um but yeah i wish i was i envy i we i envy couples they're able to do that going to la this weekend can't wait to get away yes you love my daughter who's almost forty almost forty at greatest thing i've ever been a part of in my life the one thing i get teary eyed thinking about it because out of all of the things have done wrong in life she is the one thing i tried to do right and i know i'm not perfect but i can not ways for a week now has nothing to do with not helping her her with me fine but you know what have things to do more to have some stuff to take care of doesn't mean i won't get back on sunday night and be like hebei milan let's go gala dinner daddy took monday off so let's go but what about you and has this happened to you and what have you said to friends who have been in the situation where the al dean's are eight say ninety seven forty three sixty whether we can hour winds to hear what you have to say about this this morning it is seven fourteen still be in chile in the morning a ninety seven point one wash up fm your thoughts coming up in minutes but now traffic thanks to farmers bumpertobumper plumlee sabeyton why the way that's white pyla's sank two oh on vacation now i just go it begin should it's.

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"hebei" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on The Read

"I'll be changing my password the in a you can boycott afflicts all you want to encourage you won't be logging into my account number two leader juibar carb again there you go your boycott starts narrow this this you know netflix because you were standing in and fucking up my recommendations absolutely does that no problem the p sass waddell shermo password are won't do it i will let my ex watch my netflix not even share passwords just you know at my house in you them on tv so you're watching whatever you want to and all these crazy tv shows that i would never my life movies this shit that i watched the front all recommended why i do not watched it like is not watching and give him my gentle funny white people on alma gentle funny white so and let it be watching that others i love how blacks trying to think of a name for this organization oh no blacks united in fuller house fandom oh yeah i'll four young what is that buff flags united but yeah you ignore the in yeah you could just put an image clean them to ask the fine is still buff data silent by yeah it's tough there you go so y'all eggers came together as a large conglomerate to tell us how much used it's all of ten of you may be that was gracious i really wanna carla arm our friend who loves this so but i'm like oh same her like the on which i'll tweeting her nbn in her instagram countenance about it as don't guarantee is not good ver wherever we talk about yeah we not we will never gonna be boycotted netflixing awni we will never going to that i was i was already never going to happen so you didn't even really get the response that you would have liked from the community in and i'm saying why people continue tonight temperature and then you know is just has been even worse because it now it's just like why babich and a hebei bitch over there too and i hate the abyss but i love.

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"hebei" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Approach come from walmart that warmer com actor you you from the minute you got to the nfl you're third round pick what you were talking about i want to be great i want to pursue greatness i'm curious first of all where did the attitude that did that approach come from we always have called me from from coming from back in my hebei of lombi's poly play to that time you know having player who left and right commodities who alltime great though from obt to become me both in the nfl and you know make another how po naperville felt there is growing of been around those people who have in our motivation around you kind of i worry all started though the mind but if it was really out the plan in really felt like i have no great years in high school and college in you know air wiped though on earth made me you don't they fiddled thing i'm a good have good player built in you know what i love to do to get food beat a bit and i will told me to be come in today and akoitai you know what no matter where i'm drafted no matter what day the perfect question we got a blog me and quote he's going to have to respect me up and if he my game and that would that would with the hoping it really everybody know at dinner building up in a way that in a whole pain if they live in your name on his game enough though that the whole market girelli casey joining us i'm glad you mentioned lob beach bali the homeless scholars and champions now my wife went appallingly or parents to pauley her brother's kids went to pauley so i mirrored into a family real three generations of poly we're talking about where the legendary high schools in the country so what do you mean represent pauline how is probably do you take in that program and these started there are men let me everything now you've got you very may accompany people that copremier from nominee to border from every and the payment background popped will different professions there were you were you got to have much pride in a school you.

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"hebei" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Remember a time when we said back in the nineties this political correctness stuff has got to stop because there'll be a time where you can't say anything welcome to the welcomed to it and if i could just remind you of what everybody's at all jewelry ridiculous and your slippery slope renault own let me slump has a name because it's a really good at it you start to go down a hill and then you slip and go all the way down to the bottom yeah it doesn't always happen there's a lot of times that people are worried about slippery slope sued it doesn't get there but with with speech right now it's it's bizarre yeah the problem is there some were slopes were down all of them are down there bottom no ldl no no no no woody allen said this weekend he hopes that you can still wink at a woman in the office in all my i can't do i hope so now the whole now look i know raymond our office wait a minute i read that may thought rule why would you be whoa thinking at a woman in the office joaquim why why would you until we look you give them to go in hebei baby that's what it then a little wink says unless you're in on a joke and you're like yeah bob you ever nerd url though hole neighborhood where you live in burned down wink without the dudes married to his daughter so he's got the right the metal earth well he's got to the point where you can't merrier daughter really at that the only thing here is that you there is a a a slope right where we're seeing this we had we had some stuff pull from from from the web maybe to me will do this later in the week but where it's going to be impossible look how i hit it you know in in woody woody allen's world right winking is the old tiny way that you flirt right and and k a k u lurked legally the alleges that does 81 wayne carey is that a third.

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"hebei" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"The world is rental daddy hebei i'm at work but uh uh i i couldn't be any kind of hope you've got me where are you okay and yeah i'm fine i do um i need to be picked up from improper french anka because i got in trouble wait what you're the french and what happened honey i'm sorry daddy i'm sorry why regarded anger one of my time phone you what i i was pick you oh my gosh i we put you make it pressure in the bathroom entities are taught me and so dumb i'm so far what i what did you do ferry oh god i don't want to run ali what do your girl i i what are the what you replace no longer making the pictures and a teacher caught me doing it and i mean oh my god and you have to come get ron arad why i never wanted you to have a so far degree can where what remind no pictures of your self what are you been monet prairie feel i promise they're really overreacting repair work there are really overreacting every there's really reacting it's not a big deal over without taking you care got the phone and the first thing your drew you pick nude pictures of your pro i'm sorry hello and why did you were one hundred forever well you will never have that phone again our i'm coming to the right now your mother are race you so much better than dare oh my god before my job interview about heart how you know voters eggers who did you send them to.

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"hebei" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It after the construction's completed for all the work working clearance they're going to need and then put the new white lanes and things in there as opposed to doing it and then having to come back and read corrected after several construction is move get it around so it really depends other construction schedule either way we'll get that worked out his for the fire a terry goes i believe you're in milwaukee for the announcer the sad to noon it in are going gonna find the mou at the market keep our physio why did you pick the rpr's him but my stepmom notion is that your symbolising that this is it foreseen this isn't kenosha this is the entire southeastern in wisconsin area and that's what you chose a visual liz asian of the city of milwaukee um i write about that at who a m seven with kiddo all the clap uh you had folks from iraq well from the far from g e immediately sister spent a total team effort to get the mayor to show up this afternoon the whole region gonna benefit as well the state at all thank the mayor of milwaukee might show up what chris hebei came to the white house the county executive i asked the butter different guy well the mayor sent me a letter last week and mark hogan thing he was all iv either for you so this can bring everybody to tell them to show up this afternoon all right thanks for joining us governor thank you mark that's governor scott walker talking a lot of the fox cut announcement we are not going to be carrying that event uh this afternoon because the comments that were made you her we carried nearly the following the announcement from the white house yesterday in a governor walker on today and it probably would be a little repetitive to this afternoon's abetted milwaukee is a little more ceremonial reception uh the whole thing the foxconn story the governor's describing it as being transformational this is one of the biggest things ever happened in the state of wisconsin and as i said with a vitamin questioned to him there are some people might be saying that may be were overstayed as it made were going.

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"hebei" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"I can't imagine that my greatgreatgreatgreat aunt from texas was saved andrea hebei that such a sophisticated alias okay dots more like it so buzzfeed collected a few different this sort of studies or stats i guess i should say on porn i guess we could call a gay porn but that their categorising as videos of men having sex with men so that that's what they're calling gay point i and they sort of broken down into a different list it this doesn't account necessarily for the sex rowdies of people watching so right echoed assery people watching a grandma grandpa's as well us on sexuality but yeah exactly although what are you into grandma health exactly what so according to acts hamster which is the foreign site yes the most popular surge is that why is it named that i don't know richard gere i dunno hasn't he been through enough that's i feel like when he ever to help tibet he's got enough on his plate that i feel it gives when hamster sort of became sexual is not that not that they became said but like but boy i don't know where that came from but anyway xing feel good to have a hamstring your plateau it also do this so the most popular search of the month was daddy rich you that that is a term in the world someone older than you may be yeah we don't have that with women ratio yeah all right sucker that was most popular search for the month also coming by the way nia.

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"hebei" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"hebei" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"What are you eat for free breakfast there is that even assess they had a what a fat russell that's why you've got a free breakfast sierra but that boards i hear here's the one recommended it to the hebei i think you should get on this diet were she agassi a because she looks amazing when the some say that is my favorite person in the world yesterday the celebrities i i've i've known you long enough to know no i like your tell you i know you're type and build we re fighting in a club no i i will pass a let you have but yes but i get your time now for if wonderful beautiful women wa back attila well that's a that's a widely measurement maximum ackerman are your type now nobody will i so preview at yours for breeding factors shut up with new one athletes hell yes shots ameri just won't choices yom preoil referee breakfast you have you and you know how you can say i don't do and i don't have what i eat before breakfast yes sleep like stay sleep not wake okay just so he asked pre breakfasts now what does it tablespoon of allman butter in a tablespoon of jam anybody in on that uh you know a half of a moppingup now look that will give me throw workout nauseam the the i say worker but i'm santa workout before breakfast this is a prerequisite okay so i usually eat the first thing i eat is usually four four meat sausages links hey baby links pork yep yo you note eh conan black hub andronik will that's why you wouldn't want salama elda i final calling it a thought had been i got by four lease an epic one egg and some ordering centigrade scrambled eggs lack of argh line life rocky crack cracking in in this new round scrambled eric prevalent you're more than an age northern rues ruling to exit too much sarghoda one crew but you we twelve tacos i don't get the savoy i so here that was your breakfast here is his breakfast his breakfast consist of two cups of cooked oatmeal curse ready for this six whole eggs.

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