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"heiner" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 2 d ago

"heiner" Discussed on WTOP

"Caused the crash? Arlington county fire captain Nate heiner. We're gonna do an investigation in conjunction with the police department, but right now it's too early to tell. In Arlington, Kyle Cooper, WTO news. You can see pictures of the aftermath right now we haven't posted for you at WTO P dot com. Ten O four, 7 months after a massive snowstorm shut down I 95 for hours, Virginia's top watchdog is out with a new report on what the state did wrong and what Virginia agencies are promising to do, so it won't happen again. There are three glaring missteps. One, the lessons from a similar snow incident in 2018 on interstate 81 near Bristol were not applied to what happened on I 95 in January. Two, the Commonwealth has no specific disaster plan for a snow event, and a winter weather exercise that was planned was postponed, potentially contributing to the challenges during the gridlock. Three. Virginia agencies didn't effectively communicate to the public to warn drivers away from the I 95 area near Fredericksburg. And while the report acknowledges that some drivers ignored messages that were sent, the messages that were sent were not clear or accurate. According to the report, the relevant agencies generally agreed with the findings and will implement recommendations including holding a snow related disaster exercise and develop a better way of communicating with the public. Shayna sulan WTO news, ten O 5 D.C. health is expanding its eligibility criteria for monkeypox vaccinations. That criteria now includes anyone who has had more than one sexual partner in the past two weeks, and anyone who works at an establishment where sexual activity occurs, such as a bath house, a sauna, or a sex club, D.C. health says that so far it's received nearly 22,000 doses of vaccine and has given out well over 15,000 doses at its D.C. health clinics. Nearly 29,000 district residents have registered for a vaccination so far. Monkeypox is transmitted through close physical contact or when a person touches infected fabrics, such as bedding or towels

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"heiner" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"I sony properties that. I wanted to my boss's office. I gave my new boss which a great boss and everything two weeks notice. He asked me a question. What are you gonna do. I don't need to do anything. I literally have real estate. That's gonna make me money without working. You remember that story with me. Walking down the hallway where felt like hallway got longer and longer longer well. The last day. I was thirty seven years old. I leave my office and i take the mile and a half walk to my car because working downtown fresno you have to pay for parking and so i didn't wanna pay up really frivolous. I walk that far taking this walk douses the times this last time i felt like i was on clouds because i knew that i would never ever need a job again because i put the value in myself different than my job so everybody listen to your values so much more than anybody could ever pay you you all right. Welcome everyone to the show. Were joined today by dustin heiner. He is the founder at master master passive income dot com and. Dustin is wearing a shirt that i think we have to start with. I absolutely love it. I love the feel of it. Dustin thank you so much for joining us today. You've got a great story. I'm excited to share it with the audience. Think you're going to bring a lot of value in the passive income space. How we doing today man. I'm blessed james. Thanks for hopping on the show. I love the fact that at my shirt says successfully unemployed. I love the fact that i at thirty seven years old. I became successfully unemployed by investing in real estate rental properties and so after thirty plus property like man. Why am i working anymore. And so i quit now. I could just have fun. Great people like you on podcast and teaching people how to invest in real estate. So i'm interested in the story for a number of reasons right. We're in a moment of time where folks are really exploring the possibility of being true on entrepreneurs now Cova one of the few silver linings coming out of covert is that People are reevaluating. You know they're really taking the time to take the time if you will You know we've talked about this before on the show. It typically takes somewhere around sixty four sixty five days for people to break a habit any kind of habit and then it takes another sixty four to sixty five days for them to replace it with a new habit and this went on for so long. That people really started to take stock and think may be a different way So i'm curious. What was the trigger for you. Can you give us a little context. Maybe go back talk about your life before being successfully unemployed absolutely yes so i've always been entrepreneurial innocence where i've had my. My dad was an entrepreneur. My mom and he split up at my mom. Remarried in my stepdad was also an entrepreneur as well and so i had a little bit of example from them in their businesses..

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"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

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"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

03:57 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

"Of fha so you free up a slot for another fha loans get at regular conventional loan. That is not fha. Then you buy another house with an fha. Low three percent down to move out of that one leave that one has a regular mortgage on it and get rent out of that one. Then you have the second house and then literally do that same process over and over again so. This is one of many many ways to do this. Yeah i love it on on the fha loan. What are the requirements roughly to qualify for those very minimal. Like okay you not me. You could literally have millions of dollars and still buy your first or a house with an epa jail. The basic minimum thing is you cannot have another jalen. that's really that's really all it is. It's very very simple so are there. Is there a rule that i think i ran into this rule. Maybe because i. I wasn't moving out. I wasn't making it my personal property and so do banks normally Require a little more down if it's if it is a quote unquote investment property out of the gate. So there's there's a couple of different Go from one so the first one is your primary residence. When you're buying efforts i give example. You know go from house asked by the one as a primary residence. Fha loan then you buy your second one. You're going to move into limited to it. Don't tell them it's a second home. Tell him i'm going to outlive in this one. They don't need to worry about. Which do this one if they want to they can ask say why am i sell it or my rented out. It's not other business. You're buying next one with an fha loan. Now what you were talking about is an investment loan which is a higher fees higher interest rate at the same time. There's a second property. So if you had an airbnb you could buy a house with a second property. Second basically second property. That's going to be. It's not be as high an investment loan but not as high are not as low as a regular home. So that's another thought is maybe look at it being a second home just an idea. But you're right when you get into where you're buying investment properties you're gonna be paying higher in interest but the great thing is you need to make sure that the seller is paying for that by buying the right property at the right price. So let's getty round numbers you're gonna buy one hundred Let's say a hundred thousand dollar house and to make the numbers work where you're going to be able to afford this higher interest unique to make baby in house for seventy five thousand dollars you know that going into it and so you negotiate to where you don't buy a property unless it's seventy five thousand dollars so we already know that going into it so we account for that so we make sure and here's a great sang. Everybody needs to remember you. Make your money when you buy the property you realize it basically you put in your pocket when you sell it so buying.

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"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

"Making two hundred fifty dollars a month in passive income so ramming back to your other your next question on figuring like the business side like making sure we have expenses all covered what i love about real estate. Investing among many things is these these expenses. These costs are mostly fixed or very closely fixed. Your taxes go up very very little maybe two percent a year. That's that's that's almost nothing like you can absolutely compr- that european jiffy it's literally ten percent normally. It's just ten percent so whatever your rent is figure out what ten percent of that and that's what you're gonna be paying per month. Your insurance usually insurance is about sixty to one hundred dollars a month. That's that's kind of a hundred dollars higher end but you can account for that. But here's the great things both for taxes and or not solvent so taxes your insurance your mortgage like your mortgage is basically thirty or fixed your property manager these all. These are going to be fixed but you have other people. I love hiring experts. Like i said. I talked to you a little bit earlier that i went fishing. I just got back last night for fishing. Alaskan i paid an expert a guide to tickets to the exact best place to find the best dish so i could save a lot of time and effort and i get the most ish same thing. When i'm buying houses just like finding fish. I hire the right people that are experts in that area then that area for contractors realtors property manager. I hire all them so that they tell me how much my insurance is going to be. So i know. I can't open line. Item boom done already. Know what the dead as i know. What my taxes are. Because my realtor looks at the tax ram roll and i put that property manager. How much that's going to be basically all these types of expenses. There's not a lot them that i account for. And they're basically six. And then i figured out how much rented for the great thing is as i pay off my mortgage take back. My tenants pay off my mortgage. They pay the principal and the interest in a toddler. they're paying the taxes might principal comes down every single month because what they're paying their and also on top of that appreciation six way quickly. Go through six ways. You make money when you invest in real.

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"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

"To students come to mind right now One of them in twenty nineteen in december. Twenty nineteen right before. Kobe bought his first property. It was a duplex and all through kobe. He bought i think seven more duplexes and since then he's so. This is basically almost year and a half later. He's got twenty two units. he's making over five thousand dollars a month in pasadena now. He's a hard worker absolute hardworking. But it's actually possible even through kobe. Another one of my employees or students he literally has. I wanna say twelve units and he's making like four thousand dollars a month passed income. So it's absolutely possible but for me. My endgame is how many people i can serve their so excited. Those guys they literally loved it so much and love me so much that i've helped him. They say how. Can i help you like i. I just want to work for you for free because of how much you know you've given me so now they're helping me in the business. One helps me in my podcast youtube videos on some other calls long short. Try to help as many people as i can't at the same time. All that money get masterpass income. I put in real estate because the end game is. You're watching this. If people are watching the cds kids that are here. These are my four kids. My endgame is to get as much real estate. That i can pass to my kids because generational wealth and as much knowledge as much business that i could pass to them because now i'm only forty two. I quit my job when i was thirty. Seven and i. It was always like what can give for myself and then realized. I don't need them. It's more but then shifted. What can i build and grow and gain. So i can give to my kids not necessarily for me more. It could be anything from buying gold silver by real estate by an ammo. 'cause that's definitely. That's a commodity now to businesses like literally creating new businesses that i could literally give to them..

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"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

05:58 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

"Up the story by same. I wanted my boss's office new boss boss and everything I said hey. Boss i am done so i said i done. I walked out of the office and remember that. Walked down that hallway. Where i was about to get laid off by my boss feel like lead bricks well i worked to downtown downtown fresno and in fresno you have to pay riverside park really far away. Because i'm pretty frugal anyways. I'm walking about a mile after two miles to my car. I felt like. I was walking on clouds. Taken that walk thousands of times. This is the last time ever going to do it at unsuccessfully unemployed now and i will never need another just overrode job against so that was so for everybody listening this everybody needs to realize that your value is so much more than anybody could ever pay. Because they're only paid your bosses like that you just enough to keep you working without quitting but not so much as taking money out of their pocket so your value needs to be whatever you give yourself in and once i realized that it just took off in a my real estate doesn't just explode. Where did you. I have the idea that you should choose real estate. I mean someone could say. I'll get into passive index funds. You know just any number of other very passive. I i would say that. Real estate is less passive than index fund. Investing for. Sure if you're if you can hold on and not look at the market you know if you can just kind of keep your head down and not be active. But it is real estate's quite passive. I own some properties. As well. And i can attest to that. I don't think about them a lot. But i'm curious what what gave you that. I push toward real estate. Why that. I create some member entrepreneur. So i created lots of businesses but basically i created a lots of tiny bosses like every customer was awesome mine and they fired me like each one that i didn't have the money and so i realized that i needed passive income. And what got me down to route past incomes a red rich that i had no nobody ever taught me about tacit income school or anybody. Tommy that didn't teach me. And so when i realized i can work. What's like work one time and get paid over and over and over again. Then i realized us talking about businesses and real estate. I realize all the businesses are creating. They were good. But as i bought properties realize the easiest one and the one that took the least amount of time and made the most money was real estate when you talk about like index funds or anything like that. I realized that. I wanted to not work for somebody else and i need to save up a lot of money and remember..

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"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

"Fantastic. We had our forth kid. And i went on paternity leave to be with mommy and bond with the baby and stuff like that and i'm offer about a week and then i'm i'm working for the county government in california and i get back to work after attorney leave and to work in his job. Don't know fifteen years. So quite a while and i get back in friday at three thirty in the afternoon. I get a call from my boss's boss's boss's secretary she says does wo- would you please. Would you please come to the boss's office. He'd like to talk to you. My said sure. I hung up the phone and then i pause for a second. I thought what could they be wanting before like. I haven't done anything that i know. I've done anything good quality. So i sat there for a second in my head. I remembered that maybe about a month. Prior there've been some rumors or rumbling about possible layoffs. And i said no. I've got so much money already. There's plenty other people that would get layoff before me. So i then i get up and i walked down. Turn the corner walking down this hall. It's not a very very long haul but each and every step i took. It's not like a got longer and longer in every step. Though i was returning into lead breakfast and the heavier and heavier because it started dawning on me. Oh my this is not normal. I might be losing my job. So i get past. The hallway turned the corner to where bosses Secretary is where the doors closed and a secretary looks man says. Would you please have a seat sheepishly. She's grinning at me. Kind of the trying to console me with Is because she knows everything has gone zero. What's going on. I go and sit down. And as i'm sitting there. The weight of the world starts getting on my shoulders. And as i'm sitting there i'm realizing this may be the time that all my life had been working career. It might be stripped away. And then i started realizing. Oh my goodness am. I have failure as a husband a my failure as a father provider. Five family like is everything. I've done failure then my hand started. Get all clammy forehead. Gets all sweaty. 'cause i'm getting so much more anxious and nervous. Then my bosses door opens up and out walks a lady with a piece of paper in her hand. And she's noticeably distraught. Like you can just tell. She wasn't but you could tell her world was rocked and she leaves and my boss has dozen. Would you please come into my office. Will i get laid off and remember this. Is the county government. Nobody ever gets fired or laid off from the government. But i did so. It's possible and as i take that piece of paper. Walk back down the hallway and sit down on my desk. And i'd take a second. I think okay. What am i learning from. This learned to or realized two things number one. I need to find a job. So i could provide for my family. That's my number. One thing that i need to do provide. We just have four kids at babies brand.

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"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

You Need a Budget

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"heiner" Discussed on You Need a Budget

"Heiner he is a real estate investor focused on passive income. And what's interesting in chatting with dozen is one you can tell that he's very passionate about it too. He had a bit of a wakeup call as he well experienced a shaky foundation in his. What should have been very secure and Stable job and that kind of just jarred him and action. he speaks about real estate. Investing in a way that is refreshing to me because he is all about building the business of real estate versus you know going out and buying a property and kinda. How can you through the thing. So i really appreciate that this coming from a guy that went out and bought a property. Kinda act his way through the thing for a little bit i kind of stumbled into. Oh this needs to be a business. Needs to have some process later down the path but doesn't e- he makes us very good analogy into kind of instruct on How you should think about it and basically everyone thinks about it backwards and again raising my hand here. I did that and wish. I would have had his advice to Get started differently anyway We discuss very briefly. What passive means and That it doesn't mean no work ever. I discuss you know why not just do Index funds or something that are really crazy passive and you just you know. Check your brokerage balanced while you're sipping some fancy drink on a beach right so dustin pushes back on that as well anyway. I are thoroughly enjoyed the podcast. So here is my conversation with dustin heiner of.

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A Ouija board mystery

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:55 min | 1 year ago

A Ouija board mystery

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. Heiner host kit chrome in my month-long search our investigation into different forms of nation. I touched on the wage board last friday. And almost as a cautionary tale and immediately received some emails. Asking me to back that up. So i put it to my team of urban legend writers to come up with some information. That was something. I can validate with police. A names and numbers and read over this podcast so here. It is in the small seaside town of dungeness bay. The bodies of seventy five year old eric ward and his seventy two year old wife. Mildred were found on the beach without a mark on either body. The clothes were soaked with seawater. The autopsy report indicated. The water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger who tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. at twilight. The couple's adult son clayton ward. Came up from california that after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and clayton had to get back to his job as a technology specialist for the silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the dungeon is bay. Police was that when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one the patent was granted to elijah bond for the we g board but one of the first mentions of the review board used was in asia around eleven hundred. Ad and historical document documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of ohio produced by kennard six months after his first visit to dungeness baked clayton more restrictions on the list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murderer of his parents. Seven days later after following the various clues. The police brought in steve hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking. He was however unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. When asked by the police where he got the clues clayton more replied that he belonged to a small group that used the ouija board to solve crimes and that when his father was contacted his father's spirit told him steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged him into the waves thinking they would be washed out to sea where they would drown but he was unaware that it was low. Tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. He further toll clayton that. If the police went to steve's house they would find the bloody tire iron news to knock him unconscious. Clayton return to california but when police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues they found his address was nonexistent. Phone number disconnected no record of employment at the apple corporation. Then investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that eric and ward owned a ouija board and from journal they cap learn that they were often the host of the spirit calling itself. Dozo now we g board users will tell you that. Zoe is the demon spirit of the ouija board that sometimes he becomes protective of those that. Hold the open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of a protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was a door that allowed so to pass back and forth between this world and is shut. In which world is he

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Super Bowl is here. What TV should you get and what are mini-LEDs

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

Super Bowl is here. What TV should you get and what are mini-LEDs

"So let's start with some practical advice and talk about the super bowl which the sunday think actually haven't been really watching the nfl myself but let's most it's all right but for folks who actually do care and wanna watch the big game on a big tv. What are some of the top televisions you recommend. So you mentioned the biggest sharpest. Tv at the top all start by saying unlike last year the super bowl is not going to be in four this year out so fox went out and went full pulled out all the stops in in two thousand twenty for leicester super bowl and they had a four k truck they did all this great streaming and four k this year Cbs's handling it. They said we asked them. Like why. why aren't you guys doing four k. This year back the answer is with everything. Else is covert related. Apparently you know it's an issue to get everybody together and extra staff and everything to to make the fourcade production work so right off the bat. We're intended ep. Land which is fine. Still expect a four k tv So right right now again with kobe. We've had some weird things happening with the tv a inventory for example my favorite tv of the year. The tesol six series is kind of hard to find right now so my top pick for the money at the sixty five inch and larger size because hey for football you wanna go. Big is a video m series so that thing is about six hundred bucks right now. It's on sale one hundred Less than normal for the sixty five inch size A great television for the money and again at that price. It's it's pretty hard to pass up. There's really nothing that inexpensive the forms. That well i know i've got a video believes in series on your recommendation. I'm more than happy with it. So you're in good hands with cats his advice now if you had a limitless budget and let's just say hypothetically he was broadcasting this in four k or heck even eight k even further sir what was sort of what would be the the the top tier high intelligence to buy right now so that's continues to the lead roger. The oh led tv's from lg. You're my favorite the ten. Looks like when you see it printed out online that. Tv's actually on sale right now a little bit. They saved the lowest price of the year. It's actually hundred dollars more than it was in black friday but still on sale compared to regular price Sixty five inch for a two thousand dollars again. That's the best. Td on the market. If you just want to pull out all the stops that's a great television and then if you wanna go crazy this seventy seven inch size is down to its lowest price yet at thirty three hundred again again. Crazy amount of money for television. You can definitely get an eighty five inch seventy five inch. Lcd for thousands less but it's not going to perform as well as a led technology. It just has great black levels. Superb picture quality no issues with angles. Yada yada yada. It just looks great for football and everything else afterwards. That's spending Ludicrous amount of money on televisions Is a good segue to the other part of our discussion. And that's still look at this new type of television technology called many led. And i know. I had jason heiner on couple of weeks ago and he kind of gave us a kind of a quick run through but For those who weren't listened to that that episode nine on why you weren't but For for those of us who don't know what many led can certainly give us a quick definition what it is where it stands in. The hierarchy of different led televisions so many led. The first thing. I'll do is not to be confused with micro. Led so people. Make the mistake that you know many. Led mike really do the same thing. They're not annoyingly their sound. Pretty similar but micro led is very different. It's the really really crazy when you might have heard of. The samsung tv called the wall. Two hundred inches plus Samsung just announced that the latest version of it which is one hundred ten inches off and they priced it in korea. Two hundred fifty six thousand dollars in case you're interested so that's crazy crazy crazy. Expensive brand new. Tv technology really promising but a few years down the road before anybody can afford it. Many led is kind of an evolution of standard lcd tv technology so it uses smaller led back lights and tcl who i mentioned before makers of my my favorite tv right now. The tcl six series that television uses many led and it's very affordable. So what happened is is that samsung and lg pretty big names in the tv industry announced that they're also going to be selling many led's tv's so in twenty twenty one we're going to start to see an influx of competition for those televisions.

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"heiner" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"heiner" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"With the Heiner 52 in a low near 37 right now Fair and 38 degrees news brought to you by classic Chevrolet. Covered 19 vaccination centers are opening up in North Texas. Plano City manager Mark Israel son says a new drive through side of Clark Stadium is being operated through our private partnership with curative, and it's by appointment only anticipates operating through the end of the work week so through Friday of this week, On that's based on vaccine availability. Appointments are being given to eligible patients who registered through the Collin County website. As Americans continue to wait on registration list for covert 19 vaccinations. President Biden is outlining changes expected to ramp up inoculations nationwide correspondent Colonel Scott First the president says more vaccine will be sent out to states up to 10 million doses. He also promises to be straight with states on how much vaccine there is, he said. As that first will require securing more of it will soon be able to confirm Purchase of an additional 100 billion doses for each of the two FDA authorized vaccine. Fizer and Moderna President Biden says securing the doses and giving the shots will take months. Until then, it's masks that will be the best way to slow Cove. It's spread. GURNAL. Scott Fox News. The city of Fort Worth, is awarded a $35 Million grant from HUD to revitalize the struggling Stop. Six neighborhood and neglected public housing community is being rebuilt with the master plan hub with modern apartments and aquatic center, Child education center and.

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"heiner" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"heiner" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"To become more profitable in their businesses. So whenever we're talking about businesses. I learned many many years ago for forty years to go. A business is all about numbers. It's all math. So business is a series of mathematical equations for example If you don't know what your lifetime value is of a customer. You can't know how much you should invest to acquire a customer if you don't know what your costs of goods sold are you can't know what your profit margins are if you don't understand your numbers for leads for sales for a top line revenue bottom line revenue if you don't understand your numbers you don't understand your business if you don't know what your refund rates are you don't know any of the numbers or the details of the numbers you cannot and will not scale business properly and so every department That you have has key performance indicators numbers and metrics that when you understand the details of those metrics you can make smart decisions whether you're a startup or you're a thriving business that's wants the scale at conscious me. We have a formula for creating wealth. It's conscious focused action but the more of applied that i realized that it applies to any area of life in any area of business today. I'd like to kind of take it a different direction and ask. What is that conscious focused action that on a regular basis you do to create a bigger contribution. I'll i'll answer that. But i would like to challenge if you're okay with me challenging you heiner perfectly fine if you want to challenge me okay. So conscious focused action is great. If the things that you are consciously focused on are the right things in the right order at the right time will actually in our formula. That's what you decide in the conscious. Stage great okay. So as long as you have expertise to know that i would agree with you right until a lot of the biggest challenge that a lot of human beings make is they are working really really hard on the wrong things and so i share a viewpoint that says don't just work hard and smart but before you put time into what you're doing. Is it the right strategy. Are they the right tactics at the right time because the details do matter and if you don't understand what the right things are what the right order is. What the right timing is. You will not have predictable success and outcomes. You will have random outcomes so for me. You know to come back to your question. You know everything that that..

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Google is working on its own debit card (again

This Week In Google

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Google is working on its own debit card (again

"In our never ending quest to find stories to talk about Because as you know times have changed and there's not a lot of news but there is some Google news. Google is according to the verge working on. Its own debit card. Now the weird thing is Google used to have a credit card. I remember getting. They stopped at two. Google this is. This is short-sighted from High Garden Berg. They're coming back although it wasn't a debit card and I guess the Apple Card which is Goldman Sachs Bank Which is Weird Phantom? I don't know I don't know you have to have a certain credit rating to get it. No well wasn't there a big kerfuffle around getting it women not getting a couple of Steve Wozniak and David Heiner Meyer Hansen who created ruby on rails. Two well-known D.C. Icons both said I got a much better credit limit. Then my wife who has my same finances because she's my wife but anyway apple says. Yeah well we talked about this. The ways of the credit score are varied in mysterious. That apple said okay. We'll fix that. Lisa got a better credit limit than I did on mine. So some prizes based on your personal credit I would guess yes exactly. Yeah and if you see under sixteen hundred dollars thermo mix exactly exactly. Google wants to Google branded smart debit card Actually the apple cart which I've had for a while works quite well. You get cash back. The Nice thing is tied to the watch which is kind of something I guess Google Google has android wear but does anybody where android wear but the idea of a close eventually. Maybe it does have me. Yeah so nowadays. Not Touching money or credit cards but Attack at the grocery store if you have to go to be Embraced so maybe that's maybe this is a Cova thing. I don't know Came into our meeting thing because data thing you're right so you can get a lot of information and like facebook even has deals with credit card companies to to say. Hey what are people buying? So I think Google's like oh I would love to know and about tying that back possibly advertisements you could actually say. Hey this since saw this ad. They already do that their they already do that. Yeah but the so they have google pages like apple pay and Samsung Pay But the normally those work by you attach your existing credit cards to it. So what's different about Apple's credit card is you can use that as your primary payment. Apples is actual charge card. It's a credit card. You rack up a bill. You pay it in the month. The Google supposedly. According to the verges a debit card. They're going to partner with city Stanford Federal Credit Union. It's visa but most debit cards are either visa or MasterCard But it but it will take it right out of your bank account as opposed to adding up the charges till the end of the month It will do virtual card numbers. That's one of the real selling points on the apple. Credit Card is that the merchant doesn't get any information about you They don't even get your credit card number they get a token and they don't get your address your real name or any of that stuff and of course merchants hate that. Google apparently wants to do the same thing. But you know who gets the information apple and Google in Google's case so it's not like they're giving up any information customers will be able to use the Google play APP to lock their card in the event of theft or loss according to the verge or lock the account entirely Google Zap reportedly and there is a picture of the APP so this leak is pretty well. Sourced will reportedly allow customers to easily track purchases using Google maps and its database of retailers. Would you get goal Debit Card or not?

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Indigenous legislation update

Native America Calling

09:58 min | 2 years ago

Indigenous legislation update

"South Dakota is a hotbed of proposed right. Now that could affect a number of states Native residents from banning offensive mascots to boosting native voices and policy decisions proposals have both beneficial and detrimental potential to tribal citizens. One bill from the governor's office defines what a riot is and pushes for violators to be charged with a felony. The bill replaces previous legislation. That was dean largely unconstitutional. It comes as the state prepares for construction of the Keystone Excel pipeline. Won't get an update on this. Another bill provides funds for community schools with the native culture focus. And we've got a state senator from South Dakota Phillips in on what he's working on and we're also GonNa talk about national legislation that aims to change important tax policy. And we'd like to hear from you give us a call. If there's a particular piece of legislation you are keeping an eye on the number to join us is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight today. We're GONNA start off in Olympia Washington With us today is Senator John McCoy he is a Washington state. Senator Representing District. Thirty eight and he is. Tulalip our pleasure to have him here today. Senator McCoy. Welcome thank you. I'm happy to be on the show. Well Senator McCoy you're here to tell us about Senate resolution eighty seven three. It has to do with boring schools. tell me a little bit about that. End Of course an update on some of the legislation. You're working on okay. The boarding school resolution Was brought to you by one of the staff. One of the native American staff and so I head or begin with the you know with the first draft and then we have other native American on staff and Of which was a collaboration going through and developing that He's legislation and then Me As the member than I introduced it and We heard it on March second and We had a number of folks from tribes near here and we did have one elder that That was at a boarding school so she was Quite pleased at resolution in so when issues like this are being addressed through legislation. What kind of message does it send out to the community? Think well to begin with I've introduced quite a bit of legislation around k. Twelve schools in one of those is a group of curricula On since time immemorial and this is giving the A truer picture of Tribes here in the state of Washington and Those are being integrated into the social studies. of Washington state. Because we have twenty nine tried and so There's a lot of misconception about tribes and so This is one way of helping reduce that and getting the factual information out so I have a number of bills that that are working to their The majority of what I need. It are done Now it's changing. Some of that that was permissive. In the beginning I now need to make it mandatory. So that's the process that I'm going through right now. We know a lot of work goes into holding these positions in bringing issues to the fore and in especially giving a better understanding and so Senate McCoy. Is there anything else you'd like to give us an update with before we let you go? Yeah Quickly This week We will be Passing a tribal tax bill and I found it interesting that the US Congress is bringing that subject that today or are yesterday That anyway That's another one that time has come. That needs to be done. Well I appreciate you spending your time with us today. We she well as you continue to work for your community. Maybe Senator McCoy is one of your senators There's an update on some of the things he's working on Maybe you are keeping close attention to certain Body of legislation of it is moving through the system. That may affect. Maybe even your own family. If you'd like to share some thoughts on where things stand right now or ones that you want to put on folks radar go ahead and call in one eight hundred nine six. Two four eight is a number. Thank you senator. John McCoy for joining us today. We now skip over to Pierre. South Dakota on the line is troy. Hind Heiner D- He is a state. Senator Representing District Twenty Six and he is Rosebud Sioux our pleasure to have him here. Senator Welcome. Thank you for having me in. So we're going to keep this momentum going tells a little bit About I guess let's start with SB sixty six To provide for the creation funding of Ojt chicagoly community based schools. Tell me more well in this This bill really came into design Last summer I was approached by a group out of rapid city that they just wanted to see a different avenue for native kids in our state. we're losing far too many of them Out of our traditional school model and they said we want to try something different so we worked through. This process got to the legislative session drafted a bill changed it numerous times. We we were able to gain governor support and by the time it hit the Senate floor I it came off the Senate floor. I was a thirty five to zero. Vote something I had I didn't expect in was pleasantly surprised with And it it works with the local public district and that was important to me as a former public schoolteacher. I wanted to make sure that the public schools still had the opportunity to be involved in this in this process. unfortunately It had its house hearing this morning and there were Individuals came in and and offered some testimony that kind of muddy the water And it it's failed in committee but we do have a plan To maybe resurrect Senate bill sixty six and hopefully get it hurt on the House floor and and regain its momentum that it had coming out of the Senate in sometime. Senator when something like this happens It is also time to maybe retool or even bring the need of the story Ford more in so understand how you see. This isn't a setback. A lot of this is also about educating communities or fellow Congressional folks about you know our native nations and our needs and so We're really interested in hearing some of the other things that you're working on to You're also sponsoring a bill to create a commission on Indian affairs. Go ahead and tell us about that. So you know in South Dakota we. We've done a few things. Throughout the years. Last year we we passed Indigenous language veal indigenous language of South Dakota with our our nine tribes So we're working at educating my colleagues on on native issues and the importance of them They I mean affairs commissioned it was really designed to be another Educational Tool For the State of South Dakota you know we do have the office of state travel relations. But that's really about you know And that's a governor appointed position. So that's really about the governor trying to reach out to the nine sovereign nations and South Dakota this. This commission would would be a place where we can talk about either the coming session and legislation that is needed or relationships between Towns and cities and Native people of South Dakota. It's just another sounding board. That hopefully could be used To increase the knowledge base of our. You know South Dakota friends and neighbors as well as a place where native people felt like their voices are being heard

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South Dakota Senate committee rejects resolution urging Congress to rescind Wounded Knee medals. Spokane Tribe celebrates legislation to compensate tribe for losses from dam construction decades ago.

Native America Calling

03:50 min | 2 years ago

South Dakota Senate committee rejects resolution urging Congress to rescind Wounded Knee medals. Spokane Tribe celebrates legislation to compensate tribe for losses from dam construction decades ago.

"The National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a South Dakota Senate committee is rejecting a resolution urging Congress to rescind the medals of honor given to soldiers who participated in the wounded knee massacre. The sponsor of the resolution says senators miss their chance to make history by saying what happened at wounded. Knee was not okay. Lee strube injured reports on December. Twenty ninth eighteen ninety around four hundred and seventy. Us soldiers surrounded chief big foot leading his people to the Red Cloud Agency in Pine Ridge. A shot rang out and thus began one of the deadliest massacres in United States history. It happened on South Dakota soil estimates range of one hundred fifty to three hundred Lakota elders women and children were killed. Republican state senator. Jim Bohlen is a former history teacher. He opposes the resolution which came up in a Senate military and veteran's affairs committee. He says the decision to resend medals of honor given to soldiers who participated in the massacre is a matter best left at the federal level again. None of these people who were involved in these horrific horrible terrible despicable acts were residents of South Dakota and none of the orders that were given at any time. Were to best my knowledge or what was testified here. Today were ever came from anyone in the WHO wasn't an official of the South Dakota State Government. Which at that time was only one year old had only been in. Venice state for one year of those nearly four hundred seventy. Us soldiers twenty were given medals of honor by contrast twenty seven medals of honor were awarded Marines. Out of the seventy thousand sent. You would Jima. During World War Two Democratic State Senator Roy. Heiner brought the resolution. He's CICHAGO's Lakota from Michigan and says a Senate resolution is reserved for petitioning the states federal delegation to read some of the accounts from people who were there both Indian and non Indian. They all said what happened was terrible what. I don't understand is the congress awarded Congressional Medal of Honor for those acts and we aren't brave enough to say we shouldn't Heiner says we're sending those metals would go a long way in helping descendants of wounded knee survivors. He'll for national native news unleashed Jupiter. Npr The spokane tribe held a long anticipated celebration last week over passage of legislation to compensate the tribe for losses incurred after. Grand Coulee dam was built decades ago. Steve Jackson has more the completion of Grand Coulee dam in nineteen forty one meant the loss of homes as the Columbia River. Rose over its banks. The impact on the culture was just as dramatic in meant the Sanin very important staple an icon would no longer be able to make it upstream tribal lands. It took decades to convince lawmakers that the tribe deserve to be compensated for its loss. The bill received bipartisan support from Washington State Lawmakers Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell and Republican Representative Cathy. Mcmorris Rogers Ninety five year old tribal member Viola. Brazil remembers when the dam began to flood the tribal lands. I was GONNA make it my. Gosh live that long. But it's Kinda sad that might never got to enjoy everything that's going to be coming because I'm happy for the younger people that you know that will have schools in college funds. I hope you know something to go on. Travel Business Chair care. Eleven says the annual compensation could bring the tribes six million dollars a year in perpetuity for national native news. I'm Steve Jackson reporting from Spokane

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"heiner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"heiner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A high near forty two mostly sunny on Sunday and breezy conditions will Heiner forty seven on a Monday it's gonna be partly sunny with a high near fifty Illinois department of public health investigating a multistate outbreak of eat coli infections possibly tied romaine lettuce from California's Selena's growing area ID PH director Dr and goes he is he can we know of forty cases and those forty cases are spread out from east coast to west coast and north to south in sixteen different state yes you have romaine lettuce at home or plan to shop for sound check to see if it has a label and if it does and it says windows don't buy it or get rid of it Chicago police officer Robert retail mall has appealed the city's police disciplinary panel decision to fire him in the fatal shootings of two people all responding to a domestic disturbance call on the west side nearly four years ago we almost lawyers argued that the panel's decision last month was contrary to law and sound public opinion incoming interim Chicago police superintendent Charlie back says the biggest challenge he sees as he prepares to take over for superintendent Eddie Johnson is the federal consent decree one that I faced in Los Angeles and one that we will successfully able to to lead the the city of Austin just out of and there is no doubt that the same will happen Chicago but it but it's not easy and it's not quick you know there are many many changes that have to take place many things that be funded many things that have to be done to to make that happen specs of former Los Angeles police chief was brought in when Johnson decided to retire at the end of this year search for a permanent chief police is on going just days after cook county state's attorney can function noun she's seeking reelection mayor Lightfoot is throwing her support behind her candidacy I have a lot of confidence and faith and her leadership I know many of the people on her card leadership team and I think they're moving in the right direction and I think she deserves another term to finish the work in her ad announcing another run Foxit minute she didn't handle the jussie Smollett case well saying I own that former San Diego county sheriff's captain is in federal custody facing firearms trafficking charges first assistant US attorney Peter masa and said Markell Garmo also planned to relatives marijuana business about a planned please register Garmo again while serving as a captain the sheriff's department and in charge of the Rancho San Diego station tipped off the the operators of an unlicensed marijuana dispensary in Spring Valley to a planned law enforcement action that was to be taken place the next day US attorney's office says twenty seven of the more than one hundred farm sold by Carmel are still unaccounted for Amazon locking horns again with the federal government Amazon is suing the Pentagon challenging the defense department's decision to award a ten billion dollar cloud computing contract to Microsoft Amazon's previously said there was unmistakable bias on the part of the government president trump had said he wanted the Pentagon to take a closer look at the deal defense secretary mark espers maintain the process was conducted fairly without outside influence services Brian Clark reporting as Chicago snowy winters are fast approaching the Illinois department transportation announcing their winter weather get it together campaign role hand Gail is the roadway maintenance manager for the one or toll we talked about the preparations his department is taking we stock up on.

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"heiner" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"heiner" Discussed on KOMO

"With more determination if the Syrian Kurds don't depart before that deadline and less than two weeks after blocking out much of northern California the state's largest utility is warning the dangerous fire weather could prompt it to shut off power to about half a million people PGA any telling customers it could begin the shut off to parts of sixteen counties as early as tomorrow mostly in the Sierra foothills and to the north of the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday sports Monday Night Football patriots pummeled the jets thirty three nothing sunny Michelle at three rushing TDS New England seven in a row NHL blue jackets beat the maple Leafs on a penalty shot in overtime flyers lose and stars also one big night tonight game one of the World Series in Houston the Astros Gerrit Cole against the nationals mixtures and opening night in the NBA Rep doors raise their championship banner before hosting the pelicans than the Lakers and clippers begin their battle for LA and the NBA also college hoops Michigan state number one in the pre season AP poll I'm Robert workmen thanks Robert to check on conditions now around the country with accu weather meteorologist dean devore Michael as we look around the country this morning city by city we go Atlanta you'll see table choose up in the low seventies pretty nice there today Chicago a morning shower windy and chilly temperatures staying mostly in the forties today Detroit windy cool you'll actually be in the upper fifties little milder than Detroit but with a lot of wins Kansas city sunny breezy Heiner sixty today low sixties in Salt Lake City and Washington DC will be in the upper sixty some spotty drizzle this morning maybe some rumbles of thunder with some showers this afternoon complete accu weather forecast details on your app on your device.

"heiner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"heiner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Effective full spectrum hemp oil rich in C. B. D. isn't CBT bio naturals dot com that CVD bio natural dot com he had noticed it's very windy outside it's going to stay that way for the rest of the afternoon with a high wind warning up for the Cape and islands through five o'clock tonight a wind advisory for Boston and suburbs in when told just about six we could see gusts near sixty miles an hour here in the Boston area seven year seven the Cape and islands temperatures holding in the low to mid fifties most of the day showers moving in from the west the feeling the forties just raw damp out there today very fall like weather for tonight still blustery wind slowly starting to die down pretty chilly low though rather low here forty well inland forty eight or so in the city feeling like thirties breezy again tomorrow not quite as chilly more sunshine Heiner sixty in Boston right now it's fifty four but it feels like forty five this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm Nicole Davis in here the five things you need to know at twelve fifteen still about two hundred eighteen thousand customers in the dark at this hour here in Massachusetts line crews struggling with the elements just trying to get the power going to storm damage to hang rover at Logan airport flights into Logan right now but our delayed a ninety minute delays out of login to New York the house oversight committee in Washington Rep Elijah Cummings has died at the age of sixty eight rabbi on the Presley says she's warming the future of transportation caucus over on Capitol Hill in Washington lawmakers in the house morning Cummings is death as the impeachment inquiry continues they're busy today is the US ambassador to the E. U.'s been testifying behind closed doors.

"heiner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"heiner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Mistranslation the name that's being given for this planet was originally planned it acts later it was changed to point nine based on the demotion Pluto so you may ask isn't like where is any of the seven three like where is any of this to making sense well it's very important to stand that in nineteen eighty three NASA sent out on a pro called pioneer ten and the goal of paying your tennis pro was to explore the outer solar system and the only reason they did that was because they were finding these per two genes to the to the orbits of our outer planets Uranus and Neptune they found that their children on their axes in something is disrupting them far out and they want to find out what it was and so they sent pine your ten out nineteen eighty three and and they also send another another of Procol pioneer lead and they both went different directions hi near eleven in find anything the pine year ten thousand seven most significant discoveries literally in human history and people don't even know about them that's what's so amazing about it and the reason you know that is go look upon your can go looking into this incredible piece of information that is just starting to be known by people it's called the nineteen eighty seven new illustrated science unicycle invention encyclopedia volume eighteen so this is what this is is there's a volume of encyclopedia's that comes out every year and it was it back before the internet these encyclopedia's were the rule when it came to information that's how you that's how you look things up yeah absolutely seven they released this encyclopedia that cover all aspects of everything but one part that it covered with about the solar system and on page two thousand four hundred eighty eight the included information about what pioneer ten found now if you go look in other places you won't find anything say is like the only information about what part of your found just disappeared except for except from one from a few of these places in one of these places was when you look at that page you see a picture of the pioneer pro ten and you see the trajectory that talk and I quote it says in the this is all it says this is litter the only thing it says in the caption but as a photo that goes with it now described for really quick in the second it says Heiner ten became the first craft to passengers into interstellar space in nineteen eighty three the diagram shows the path of the two pioneer probes and again it it says nothing about any of of what the tire probes found which is so peculiar.

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"heiner" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"heiner" Discussed on KCRW

"Or it sounds good. Holy thanks. So much check back with you just a little bit right now sixty five in Oxnard and sixty three in Burbank at six twenty. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro. Nelson. Chain nearly eighteen years after the US began finding enough ghanistan special operations forces remain in high demand. These elite troops are deployed around the globe. And the strain may be showing a handful of special operators have been charged with drug trafficking and violent crime. Six navy seals will be on trial this year for war crimes and all of this has military leaders and some members of congress questioning whether special operations forces can keep up the pace. Steve Walsh reports from member station. K P B S in San Diego. It Heiner retired. From the seals in two thousand ten after nine deployments sitting on a couch. It is home in San Diego. Haina rattled off a list of combat tours, Iraq, Afghanistan, and even Philippines post nine eleven that operations tempo as he calls. It isn't unusual Heiner also says it's not. Sustainable any. Optima went out to figure that out. We're going to have to mandatory put people away for a couple years. Let them take a breather from it. You can't keep letting them do this active duty and even veterans of tighten its special operations forces often shy away from talking openly about their service. Some have become more public as a series of negative headlines threatens to tarnish the reputation of these elite fighters Heiner convince most Americans really don't understand the crushing demands of their jobs. You have to look at the context in combat to kill people. Their mission were to kill ISIS people, and they were fighting street to street house to house Heiner is a supporter of Eddie Gallagher. A San Diego based navy seal accused of killing teenage ISIS fighter in his custody. In two thousand seventeen Gallagher is one of six zero scheduled to go on trial this year for crimes aside from Gallagher and his commander. There's the case involving three more seals in their commander who are accused of abusing prisoners in Afghanistan in two thousand twelve. And then covering it up the headlines don't stop there. To east coast seals are charged with murdering a green beret in Mali army special forces operator and a national guard special forces operator pleaded guilty in January two smuggling cocaine. They're spending number of incidents, and they're tragic in their stain. But we've got to address them that Stephen Maxwell senior fellow for the foundation for defense of democracies and a former army special forces Colonel he stresses these incidents represent a tiny fraction of the special operator community. But then there's the suicide rate among special operators, which has tripled the twenty two in the last year. What we're seeing suicides is another manifestation of the stress on the force with a total of seventy thousand people spread among the services special operations forces are roughly two percent of the US military for eighteen years. Their central mission was fighting Qaeda and then ISIS beginning in two thousand sixteen special operations became the lead. Command counter weapons of mass destruction increasingly they're also deployed to train special forces in other countries, they come home, they go to another deployment. They come home after train. And you know, they might get a certain amount of what we call blocked Lee's where they'll they'll be able to take thirty days off. But you know, that's hardly enough to spend with your family and they'll go right back into the rotation. Maxwell was still on active duty in two thousand six when the Pentagon tried to dramatically increase the number of special operators at the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan army special forces never made its quota. We can't mass produce special operation that's one of the problems by trying to increase the force. Even though we pledge never to reduce standards. You know, it often happens that people will slip through the cracks people with personality defects that might lead to these incidents. The stress isn't limited to win there on the point David Sherman was seriously injured after graduating in two thousand eight from the famously grueling seal basic training outside. San Diego when I graduated. I thought that you know, it'd be feel huge sense of completion. But you know, the job you're always preparing always training. So it really felt like less of a mouse done than I had expected the day before his first deployment charbonnet parachute malfunction about one hundred feet from the ground. When I looked at my legs, they were laying different than how I expected, and I touched my me confused, and I knew exactly what had happened. And I knew that I wasn't going to be going on deployment Serb-only now lives in a wheelchair is president of a physical therapy nonprofit, which has other medically retired seals among its clients. He tried to describe the special forces mindset, it's drilled into your head. So that when you know these impossible situations come up it doesn't deter you mentally and there to push through. So I don't I don't know if I could have been prepared better for breaking. My back in that sense. The Pentagon is beginning to acknowledge the strain at a chain of command ceremony in March the former head of special operations command general Ray Thomas went through a list of combat locations right now as we sit here are teammates on point for the nation in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, the general remark that four hundred and thirty special operators have died since nine eleven and another twenty nine hundred have been wounded including his year. We're four Americans died in an ambush in two thousand seventeen three of them. Green berets. This has been an extraordinary period of time in terms of operational tempo and transformation. The word relentless comes to mind. Thomas says the number of operators deploying every six months came down under his watch. The Pentagon is considering longer breaks between deployments and the head of the navy Admiral. John Richardson whose responsibilities include the seals says the special operations force has pull. Pulled back right now, we're paying a lot of attention to make sure that we don't run that team at the red line. So that sailors can come back gets a rescue elec- station and all that sort of sustaining type of support that allows them to restrengthen recenter themselves last year, congress ordered special operations command to review the state of ethics and professionalism in the force in its report, still not public. The Pentagon said it is assessing quote, the cumulative effect of over seventeen years of continuous combat one telling detail special forces are researching the impact of PTSD traumatic brain injury on the quality of decision. Making in the field. Heiner the nine eleven retired CEO with nine tours has grappled with issues from his career in the past. But he's never sought counseling. Most of us. We get together. Friends get together, we kinda talk through when you have an issue because we can talk to each other. No shame. No. Just no guilt. Anything issues. We like we say.

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"heiner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:03 min | 3 years ago

"heiner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And more at zoom dot US from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro chain. Nearly eighteen years after the US began finding enough ghanistan special operations forces remain in high demand. These elite troops are deployed around the globe. And the strain may be showing a handful of special operators have been charged with drug trafficking and violent crime. Six navy seals will be on trial this year for war crimes and all of this has military. You leaders and some members of congress questioning whether special operations forces can keep up the pace. Steed Walsh reports from member station. K P B S in San Diego at Heiner retired. From the seals in two thousand ten after nine deployments sitting on a couch at his home in San Diego. I knew rattled off a list of combat tours, Iraq, Afghanistan, and even in Philippines, post nine eleven that operations tempo as he calls. It isn't unusual Heiner also says it's not sustainable in the optimal went out to figure that out. We're going to have to mandatory put people away for a couple of years. Let them take a breather from it. You can't keep letting them do those active duty and even veterans of the tighten its special operations forces often shy away from talking openly about their service. Some have become more public as a series of negative headlines threatens to tarnish the reputation of these elite fighters Heiner is convince most Americans really don't understand the crushing demands of their jobs. You have to look at the context in combat. To kill people. Their mission were to kill ISIS people. And they were fighting street to street house to house Heiner is a supporter of Eddie Gallagher. A San Diego based navy seal accused of killing teenage ISIS fighter in his custody. In two thousand seventeen Gallagher is one of six Sio scheduled to go on trial this year for war crimes. Aside from Gallagher and his commander. There's the case involving three more seals and their commander who are accused of abusing prisoners in Afghanistan in two thousand twelve and then covering it up the headlines don't stop there. To east coast seals are charged with murdering a green beret in Mali army special forces operator and a national guard special. Forces operator pleaded guilty in January two smuggling cocaine there spent a number of incidents and their tragic and they're staying, but we've got to address that Stephen Maxwell senior fellow for the foundation for defense of democracies and a former army special forces Colonel he stresses these incidents represent a tiny fraction of the special operator community. But then there's the suicide rate among special operators, which has tripled the twenty two in the last year. What we're seeing suicides is another manifestation of the stress on the force with a total of seventy thousand people spread among the services special operations forces are roughly two percent of the. Military for eighteen years. Their central mission was fighting Qaeda, and then ISIS beginning in two thousand sixteen special operations became the lead command to counter weapons of mass destruction increasingly they're also deployed to train special forces in other countries, they come home, they go to another deployment, they come home after train. And you know, they might get a certain amount of you know, what we call block leave where they'll they'll be able to take thirty days off. But you know, that's hardly enough to spend with your family, and you know, they'll go right back into the rotation. Maxwell was still on active duty in two thousand six when the Pentagon tried to dramatically increase the number of special operators at the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan army special forces never made its quota. We can't mass produce special operations. That's one of the problems by trying to increase the force. Even though we pledge never to reduce standards. You know, it often happens that people will slip through the cracks people with personality defects that might lead to these incidents. The stress isn't limited to win there on the point David Sherman was seriously injured after graduating in two thousand eight from the famously grueling seal basic training outside San Diego when I graduated. I thought that you know, it'd be feel huge sense of completion. But you know, the job you're always preparing always training. So it really felt like less of a mouse done than I had expected the day before his first deployment Chardonnays parachute malfunction about one hundred feet from the ground. When I looked at my legs, they were laying different than how I expected. I touched my knee confused, and I knew exactly what had happened. And I knew that I wasn't going to be going onto point Sherman. Now lives in a wheelchair is president of a physical therapy nonprofit, which has other medically retired seals among its clients. He tried to describe the special forces mindset, it's drilled into your head. So that when these impossible situations come up it doesn't deter you mentally and to push through. So I don't I don't know if I could have been prepared better for breaking my back in that sense. The Pentagon is beginning to acknowledge the strain at a chain of command Serra. Ammonium in March, the former head of special operations command. General Ray Thomas went through a list of combat locations right now as we sit here are teammates Ron point for the nation in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, the general remark that four hundred and thirty special operators have died since nine eleven and another twenty nine hundred been wounded including his year where four Americans died in an ambush in two thousand seventeen three of them. Green berets. This has been an extraordinary period of time in terms of operational tempo and transformation. The word relentless comes to mind. Thomas says the number of operators deploying every six months came down under his watch. The Pentagon is considering longer breaks between deployments and the head of the navy Admiral. John Richardson whose responsibilities include the seals says the special operations force has pulled back right now, we're paying a lot of attention to make sure that we don't run that team at the red line. So the sailors can come back gets Alexei Shen and kennel that sort of sustaining type of support that allows them to restrengthen recenter themselves last year, congress ordered special operations command to review the state of ethics and professionalism in the force in its report still not public. The Pentagon said it is assessing quote, the cumulative effect of over seventeen years of continuous combat one telling detail special forces are researching the impact of PTSD traumatic brain injury on the quality of decision. Making in the field. Heiner the nine eleven retired CEO with nine tours has grappled with issues from his career in the past. But he's never sought counseling. Most of us. We get together. Friends get together, we kinda talk it through when you have an issue because we can talk. No, no shame. No, just no guilt. Anything? So we have issues we like we.

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