35 Burst results for "Hundred Hour"
Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'
"Are you looking for a good movie D like jesus music. I've got an idea. Why doesn't somebody. I don't know who make a film about jesus music. They could call it. You don't even need a title. You could just call it the jesus music movie Why i've been thinking that and then it turns out a couple of guys. I think that they're brothers. I think that they're the erwin brothers. Have made just such a film for such a time as this. I think andy or when might be my guest right now. Andy is that you good to be with you. Buddy all your is. We're on the same plane as usual. I think so. I think so i. I love music in general but the jesus music the stuff that we call you know. Ccm whatever what made you decide to make a film about the music. You i mean we. We love the music that has really shaped career You know. Of course with john. And i started out as music video. Directors and michael w smith was an artist that took a chance on us as kids and really kind of gave us are starting the industry and that led to us telling the story of i can only imagine the beloved song And the story behind that and that was our breakout hit and so for us. We have a deep affinity for this music but when covert hit it kind of shut everything down and we read a place in time where we said what what stories can we tell. Now that we couldn't tell any other time in history and somebody on our creative team said nobody's looked at the origin of of christian debris music and for the first time in history all these artists off the road at the exact same moment and so we reached out to amy grant and michael smith said it is interesting listed knowledge and interesting but we want to produce it you guys and not many people knew at the time but amy was about a month out from having open heart surgery and she was a really reflective time so we set up the cameras actually outside her house in filled through the window of her house with a two way intercom to get her interview and she gave one of the most raw vulnerable interviews. I had heard an artist give and it just spread like wildfire. Next thing you know we have a hundred different artists about three hundred hours of interviews to go through and it kind of morphed into this beautiful all encompassing
Building Systems and Processes to Scale Your Business with Chris Ronzio
"So if you want a playbook for your business then. This is the episode for you. I know we've had a couple of other episodes talking about training and different elements of the playbook. But we're going to do right now. Is breakdown why you want to write one of these. Whether you're ready to write one of these how you can get started how you can leave your team in. It'll be a lot of fun so let's get started all right first part is. Are you ready for this. We talked about in past episode. That an entrepreneur has to be at a certain stage before. They're really ready to start delegating in their business. They have to have some consistency some maturity to their business on day one. You're really not ready to delegate because you don't know how to do anything you're still experimenting you're still figuring it out we talked about. I think on a pastime that we chatted my framework do it documented delegate delegated because in a business you do things. I you learn to do things and you keep doing them over. And over until you refine it until you get it right and once you're doing something consistently that's when you're ready to document it to write it down and to delegate it to share it with someone else so my gut check for everyone coming into this episode is. Please make sure you're doing things consistently you've done it the same way at least a few times. Because i don't want you to write everything down to create this playbook and then a couple of weeks from now a couple of months from now you're like all of that is irrelevant. I do at totally different. Now you'll feel like you wasted your time so please be in a place where at least doing things consistently all right so next step is you need to understand why you're going about doing this for your business. So in in some businesses you may deal with bad yelp reviews. You may have turnover issues. You may be working a hundred hours a week and it's just totally unsustainable and so your y may be correcting some of those things may be just formalizing. How do we do it here so that we don't have to deal with those bad yelp reviews so that every service we offer is the best service is the best version of what we do here. Maybe it's something more positive. Maybe why you on a playbook is that you want to expand you wanna open more locations you want to really grow your business around the world and and that's a great reason to or maybe you're just about to hire a ton of people. Maybe it's a seasonal business and you've got this busy part of the year that you're coming up to and you're just trying to put the building blocks in place but everyone should have a why for doing this because if you don't have a why then you won't have motivation for you and for your team to get involved
Maximizing Productivity and Efficiency Through Delegating With Tech Entrepreneur Aaron Kemmer
"Aaron all we have is time and how we use our time. Is everything so. Break it down for us. How do you know when it's time to delegate projects. He i love that. You know one thing. I often quip about time. As you only get like twenty eight thousand days in line you want to really optimize us when eight thousand days in behind me on my wall. I have a piece of paper that has you know a a little circle for each of those days showing that you could fit each day on one sheet of paper not a lot of time and it really goes by quick and you know i think there's that famous quip like you know you and bill gates have the same amount of time right But the one thing that you can do is maybe buy more time by by delegating. You know and i think a really good time to to start doing that is before you before you think you should or before you kind of get kind of overloaded Because when you delegate you need to make sure you have the time to train. Somebody coached them. Build out a little bit of a process And that's hard to do. If you're completely swamped working. Eighty to one hundred hours a week. You know for instance which many many entrepreneurs kind of have so one of my entrepreneurial goals is usually like get the ball rolling. I loved like kick start something and then try to hand off to someone who's like even better than me at least at that specific kind of project or skill said One thing magic right now get like a few hundred people A few other companies have kind of reached. This this is is well usually when you get to a certain size. Say way before that it's You know maybe out. If it's a half a dozen or a dozen you if you really important aspect of the business you wanna have at least one person focused on that one singular goal that you kind of want to accomplish So it's a really good time to start delegating so it's like i don't know if you're trying to grow the top of funnel of your business you probably don't want If you've got like a dozen people in the company you know your admin exact focus on top the final scheduling emails. You know calendering all that kind of stuff like one person. Kind of focused on
How Casino 'Game Protection' Has Changed Over the Years
"Those you just joining us. I am talking with south. He asante founder and president of universal game protection development and remember to check out his website at universal game protection dot com. I love the stories of how you learn your trade. And and and how it you know. Evolving and i grew up in new jersey and i've seen atlantic city in the casinos. And how the evolved and how these changed from the outside but in your opinion how has the casino business changed from when you first started working in casinos especially with regard to gain protection. Oh my god. It changed drastically when let's face it. Atlantic city had the most stringent rules. You can imagine. I mean when you were you any gaming school you to get the new jersey gaming control commission permission and moved to table. I mean that's a little overkill but they were so strict when you will you opening up a can of worms here when you were a dealer you had to do six you had to go to do jersey accredited school and then when you graduate school. You auditioned as you were dealer. You were black and whites black shirt. Black pants white shirt and you went to an audition for your instructor if you passed addition. Then you've got you're doing then you go to jersey gaming control you gave me license and you know you'll license we'll say. Let's say for instance. Bjp look blackjack dealer. Then you go to apply for a job where you apply for a job. They they capitalized game wants to do is elisa was only watching. Four games watches you deal and then he she will say okay. Now you're good. You could deal now. You must deal eight hundred hours of four. You're allowed to become a supervisor. Anthea deal eight hundred hours. Meaning you know you have enough hours in that game now. You could deal now. You become a supervisor. Now you go back to the gaming commission you pay another fifty dollars the upgrade now. You licensed says bj supervisor and that's all you're allowed to do is to deal that supervised blackjack only now. You wanna learn craps. They go back to the school three months dealing course and now you know craps there you go back to the license and your dealer so now you'll licenses blackjacks. Supervisor feeler and that was what every game you so people were licenses that look like of honors. One would say blackjack pit bull crap. Box person. rule that dealer and the only physicians they were allowed and we supervise. You'll washed four games today. It is a joke today. You apply for a job. They bring you into a room. They asked you to do a hula-hoop they actually found to feature ball what get on stage until jokes and human resource additions. You and then you get the job at the dealer and then we become a supervisor to deregulate. One person who watch games and some places more so gave protection has definitely taken a backseat.
Interview with South Africa Pilot, Thomas Marrow
"Welcome to another addition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots and demanding situations for we learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host richard mcfadden. Today's guests is all the way from south africa. Thomas has been flying since he was twenty one years old. He's got about two hundred hours any flies a sling and most recently a kid plane for africa safari. Think of it is kind of like kit fox but a little bit bigger. Thomas flies out of yohannes berg and flies all over the south africa back country thomas. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me so thomas. I was surfing the internet the other day on youtube and came across your video and watch a bunch of them. Some of the stunning footage that show and in around south africa just sounds like stunning flying but the one that got my attention of course was the one that you threw out for that purpose to get pilots attention about an incident. You had flying in your kit plane for africa safari. Do you mind sharing that story with us in some your lessons learned. Of course. I think we should probably start from the very beginning. Because obviously these events unfold over a period of time but essentially what i do is we do fly back. Country style sort of aviation in south africa ruling has a little bit different and this sort of ties into how this all happened as well but essentially what. I have a youtube channel in which we post all of lying adventures and also things from flying my playing to flying aerobatic aircraft and all sorts of stuff like that. Tell us the name of your youtube channel. Place the name of mighty to tunnel if this mine. Which thomas matter it's sort of has evolved into something that's separate from channel now as well but a news series which we released on south african television schooled stick and rudder So we're doing lots and lots of stuff with education essentially trying to boost the general aviation fraternity within south africa which is sort of on a slow decline.
Miami Building Collapse: Two Dead Children Found in Rubble
"For the first time in a nearly week long rescue effort the remains of children have been recovered from the collapsed Miami area condo tower the mayor of Miami Dade County visibly moved as she announced the grim find of six more bodies two of these were children H. four and ten adding to the already palpable grief says mayor Daniella Levine compa the loss of our children is too great to bear the difficult search through rubble continues another federal team is coming and crews will build a ramp to allow heavy equipment to come in Miami Dade fire rescue chief Alan Kaminsky says it's treacherous for the cruise but they remain motivated it's over two hundred hours but there's a hundred forty five individuals still missing so we'll continue to to move forward and you know do do what we do audio courtesy of WPLG
NTSBs Robert Sumwalt on Next Steps for Safety
"Welcome robert great to have you on this podcast leeann. Thank you so much for having me. It's wonderful to be with you. Great to have you and so let's kick it off with talking about accidents. Which makes sense you know. Is there one accident that you think was the most consequential for aviation safety during your tenure at the board. And if why. I do think so. I joined the board in two thousand six and i'm about to leave at the end of june so i will have been there just about seven weeks shy of fifteen years and in those fifteen years i would say by far the cogan. Air crash was the most earth shattering accident in terms of being able to change things in the industry. There were massive changes that resulted from that now to refresh your listeners. Memory kogen air was a bombard a dash eight that crashed on approach to buffalo new york in february of two thousand nine. The board's investigation of course was extensive. We issued Twenty-five safety recommendations and as a result of that crash legislation was written and passed into law and now under mentally the way that pilots are selected has changed. Now there's the introduction of the pilot records database so that a perspective employer can really look at the fine details of that pilots Prior experiences The qualifications for being an airline pilot have now been raised substantially. It used to be you had to have at least two hundred fifty hours to be hard. Now it's up to fifteen hundred hours with a few exceptions The way that pilots are trained and maintain proficiency has changed. There was new fatigue regulations. Or i should say flight and duty time regulations that were changed under the federal aviation regulations. That would be part. One seventeen
How to Win at Work and Succeed at Life with Michael Hyatt
"Today. We have a lot of celebrity entrepreneurs advocating what we call them the book the hustle fallacy. Where you just work hard. Keep your nose to the grindstone crank. You'll put in the hours crank out the work. can eventually. you'll be able to slow down. Give attention to your health. You most important relationships and and be able to have some semblance of balance. There are some people that choose sort of the opposite approach and we call this the ambition break where they just pump the brakes on their career. And they say look. It's it's not worth blowing out my personal health or my most important relationships so i will settle for less than what i know. I'm capable of in my career. We think and by the way. I wrote this book with my oldest daughter. Megan who is the ceo. Michael hanalani albany now but the we believe that's a false choice that that it's not either or as you said but it's both and and that's the double win double win fire nation and. I hope you're listening to michael right. Now you're asking yourself these important questions. Are you right now. Claiming a false summits about that. Are you putting yourself in a situation where you're facing an impossible choice. These are hard questions but imported ones. You wanna answer now not five years ten years from now and your book's subtitle michael is five principles to free yourself from the cult of overwork. Why did you choose to subtitle. We really came to the conclusion as we listen to. A lot of people like elon. Musk for example which has done amazing things in the world. But when he advocates that people should be working eighty to a hundred hours a week and he's done that at numerous entrepreneurial conferences because he said if you can put in that kind of time you can do three to four months what your competitors will take a year to do and that will give you a competitive advantage. But what he doesn't share is he's now on his third marriage his five sons by omission. Don't speak to him. You know it's come it at considerable cost and i know you know. His driving. Passion in life is to go to mars but he might be there alone when it's all said and done and and this is kind of a cult and it has all the same kind of addictive properties that you know. Alcoholism would have or any other substance abuse or even unhealthy religion. And that's why we named it
Steelseries's New Accessories Are Streamlined for High-Level Play
"Series announced new gaming accessories that the company says or designed to win championships. On the wired. Side is the erc disc prime headset for one hundred dollars which has a mute button and a volume wheel along with mike proprietary usb cable and three point five millimeter ports. The one hundred thirty dollars prime wireless mouse has a high arch designed for right. Handed gamers a lot of nicer more of an an extra style. Usb charging port battery life up to one hundred hours and magnetic optical switches rated for up to one hundred million clicks on the wired side steelseries announced the eighty dollar prime plus and sixty dollar prime mice.
Build an Online Knowledge Based Business as a Health Professional with Eva Synkowski
"This episode was speaking with c. cynic hausky and she is a biochemist engineer. Cross china who teaches athletes. How to eat well. She's extensive education and the life sciences with a bs in by chemical engineering a first m s environmental sciences and a stake in nutrition and functional medicine. She was the program manager for cross fit inc altering the training course materials in savings a subject matter expert. For this station's she has also accumulated more than six hundred hours of public speaking teaching fitness and nutrition Including ticks baga out with more than twenty years experience and academic training seamlessly translates even space scientific data into practical solutions for everyday success. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me on society. I wanna give out some context as to what you do where your expertise lies at a new passion lies in before. We're kind of talking about a lot that you do with educational programs so it gives a bit of background on you how that relates to that. Yeah background on me. I always had a passion for athletics. And that kind of background constantly as i of pursued engineering and career environmental consulting and all these other things but i was always doing on the side and eventually led to a career in cross it and cross at the base of bear. Teaching methodology is actually nutrition so it was a great way to combine my passion with some of my background in biology in the biological sciences. So yeah that's sort of the background and nutrition is interesting and and really yet with my programs. I try to make some of that. Basic education to be to be in bbc format. Nakai talked me about what you do with with educational progress. What does that mean to help. People build them build them for others. Would you do. I build them for customers to take them whether or not. They're members at a gym whether or not they're sitting by themselves at their house. I build a program that people go through to learn about nutrition and there's a couple different levels of them are sort of more basic. Hey let's get you go and then there's more of the heavy hitting you wanna learn about insulin and all the other details questions. People have
Pokemon community divided over Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl’s graphics
"Pok mon everywhere. It's focus on the first. One is the pokemon legends. Look at all. This is legend arkadiusz. Our our kids. Yes and it's an open world. Rpg that we've been driver out for as. Tom said ten years fifteen years easy ever since the game cube came out. I would say like pokemon stadium. i think. Yeah that's what. I'm saying like the first three games came out and that wasn't like immediately after red blue. Yeah we five years. It's only been twenty five years guys. Yeah that's only been twenty four years. It's it's a free cau- to every single pokemon game that's ever happened in the snow and the snow snow area. You're getting these steam punk wooden proto balls. They're called to catch pokemon and you're literally out there in the grass sneaking up on pok mon two toss and catch. That'll be fine and then the one. I'm very excited for as well as we're getting a remake of diamond and pearl called brilliant diamond and shining shiny shiny. Is it shining shining pearl. Thank you which. I was in the digital green room talking about how. That's probably i mean. Obviously red and blue pave the way. But man i spent i think i sold my parole game somewhere. There's like four hundred five hundred plus hours on that on a little game. So i'm going to be getting that day one. I'm a pearl guy all day. I love me that pollock but it looks really cool. I want to add one. Quick thing about pok mon arcus and i made it apparent on social media all mad that jif is pronounced jeff. I'm still mad. That arche is is arthritis. I can see. That's it's but. I will say that game. I think is going to live and die by. It's how well you move in the area the poco on catch ability and the battle system. If one of those things are not good. Well it looks like it's still turn based battles which is fine but and like if it doesn't look great it's going to be really boring and stale. Yeah and showed a showed in the video showed a pokemon using what looked like tackle. They're actually hitting each other now. Which is like we haven't well. Yeah that's what. i'm saying. The battle animation. If the battle is just gonna be really boring. That's that's what a lot of hardcore poem on like fans get upset with the newer games because the battle emmissions. Don't get better when you have games like pauken tournament. And you're like you do this you can do it. Yeah excited for those coming to the switch Signed me up for both but man pearl my heart. Strings were plucked. When i saw that. I zoom in on the old they zoom in on the original and then it starts up with that like loading. Obviously i've seen that screen for five hundred hours and it was just like it's
Persona 5 Strikers Review
"Let's talk about persona strikers review roundup gathering this at nine. Am it sat at an eighty. Four on metacritic. Twenty eight gave it a four point. Five out of five were keenum. Call says persona five. Strikers is proof. That change isn't always a bad thing. While it may not hold onto everything that made its forebear a phenomenon the new elements it brings to the table more than make up for it and show that the series future lies in more than just straightforward turn based jr pg's. It's an experience fans will find more than enough to love about And that will give them plenty of hope for the series. Bright future over at games beat. Mike manati gave it a four out of five and rights now. Strikers isn't exactly on the same scope as a full blown persona game. the social aspects aren't as robust. You weren't forty relationships with your characters. Are eating beef bowls increase your personality traits and not as long persona five may take you about one hundred hours to beat. Strikers only took me a bit over thirty hours to complete. I'm not gonna complain about that. Though that felt like a good length for an action role playing game and it makes sense that the experience would be a bit shorter without the counter events. That felt normal persona game prince parentheses. You aren't studying for tests or picking up after school jobs but you're still collecting personas. Infusing them to make new ones. You're still rocking out to an amazing soundtrack which includes a nice collection of new songs and remixed tunes persona five. And if you liked percent of five you're going to have a great time. I'm not sure. I'm not sure if you would call five strikers a spin off or a sequel honestly it feels more like the ladder but if you want to call it a spinoff. It's the best one that the persona series has offered yet and then it. It was an eight point zero from tom marks. Who writes persona five. Strikers main story is every bit a direct sequel to the persona five that it is every bit the direct sequel to promote a five. That seems making this summer road trip with the phantom thieves essential for fans of the original and probably pretty confusing for anybody who hasn't played it. It's lack of personas signature. Social calendar systems are the only places its spin off. Status becomes a bit of a letdown but even replacing turn based combat with real time. Action doesn't stop it from recapturing. The feel of its predecessor overall. Its structure is far more close to closer to the action. Its structure is far closer to action. jr pg's like kingdom hearts then the mousse omega force. Its best known for but the varied play styles of each character and the story that pulls them along made the fairly simple active hacking through shadows enjoyable to the very last surprise.
Professional video-gamer, 25, hangs up controller over thumb injury
"A top video gamer has been forced to retire at age. Twenty five because of a thumb injury. That's very early to retire from anything. Twenty five years old. But you imagine he's probably been playing video games for twenty four and a half years. Correct these dudes just come out of the womb looking for a controller. Ready to play games. Kids start early. This guy's name. Is thomas zuma papa arado. He says he's stepping back from professional gaming due to injuries. I've never heard of this guy. I don't do gamer stories. I don't really follow gamers. But i thought hey. Let's do a gamer story on weird news for one time now. I think i covered video game a few months ago as as well so it says here. The twenty five year olds zuma will stop competing for the foreseeable future because playing through the pain in in his hand just isn't possible anymore. Here's a quote from zuma. It breaks my heart to step away from a game. I put my heart and soul into every single day for eight years. I tell you. He said that on his twitter account going through that process. You know getting healthy again was one of the hardest things i ever had to do. Both and mentally which led to a lot of stress and anxiety. I needed surgeries. I've been struggling with injuries. It's the hardest thing ever. Yes got wrist thumb problems a makes this makes it tough to compete against the best players in the world. I don't enjoy competing. When i can't be the zuma everyone knows and loves and and feel like it's not fair to myself or to or to my team to go through all that again potentially causing more damage to my hand been grateful to have had a very long playing career. Actually i've met so many amazing people through e sports and have made so many friendships continue to cherish for the rest of my life. Sure i can't use my opposable thumbs. Which really is the thing that distinguishes us most from the other mammals and it really allows us to live in life. But you know what this just some things. You gotta sacrifice when you want to be a very good gamer. I can't pick up anything now. I can't eat a twinkie. i just can't have. You should see me and peel an orange. It's just terrible thankfully. I've made enough money in east sports to hire somebody that appeal on my oranges for me. That's what's going on here. And i cannot hitchhike because i can't raise my thumb hitchhike. You think that's an old school thing that no one does anymore. Well i'll tell you people do it. People do it sometimes. You need a ride okay. As always only half of that quote was correct. I just can't take this guy so seriously. I feel bad you know. He's he can't play video games again. Know get a real job. Now just go and get a real job like the rest of us now zuma welcome to reality sir although he probably has made so much money playing video games these east sports. If you're very good at it you can make so much money from what i understand. He probably never has to work a day in his life ever again. He probably has enough money to buy biotic thumbs and fingers to replace his regular gidgets. I'd imagine Do they do that yet can you. Can you get like a thumb plant thumb implant like a robotics. Thumb seems seems possible. I mean if you if you can install a vagina. why can't you get a robot thumb. I feel like now it mentions at the end of the article that the video game that zuma most successful ad and has to retire from his call of duty which is a first person shooter. Game that i used to play along with black ops. I really enjoyed those games and played them for quite some time. But i had to stop. Because i had this moment of realization word. I looked in my xbox and you can see how many hours of accrued video game time you've been playing and it was like almost eight hundred hours and i was like. Wow what a loser i was like. I gotta get my life together. One eight hundred hours. What does that like. Several months wasted playing these games. It was it was a real sobering moment. I got rid of my xbox and now you know now i record a podcast in a closet so you know sometimes you just got to pull yourselves up from your bootstraps and just you know. Be successful like you know like me.
Interview with Prof. Mark Schroeder
"My the purpose of mark. Who's professional philosophy at the university of southern california. He's interested in the race reason. Be trash nalty reasons. Value and other evaluative normative categories are related to the monte physical world in which we live investing around grad or left of one another kamarck. It's great to be here. Thanks you want to start with one of your recipes. Persons s stings. You say the biologic of teachers thinks of blood whose behaviors by the same principles that govern the behavior of any other social mammals plus of migrants complications that come from the kersee possibilities of access to natural language. That much fact. I have one you mark. I had no philosophy board in my body and to the interesting to make matters worse. I'm in the business of making people less relevant in essence replacing people with machines. And so in. That context will be an interesting thing to think about so supposed to be have a machine that replaces person would think that machine is in. The machine is thing than person is also updating. There's a sense in which that's true. Also the christmas north at things then has to argue that the machine is not the either right and so if the machine has fully replaced the person yeah believe place a person so so what are the implications of the essay. Push incest yes. So it's one of the central questions of philosophy how we fit our lived experience it into the world as revealed to aspire science inexperience. And there's something about being the business of replacing persons by machines that can make us all wonder. Can i really be replaced by a machine. It's one thing to know that everything that you do is the results of lots of smaller and easier to understand processes that can be built up another thing to look at the machine that's replaced you and feel as important as it used to feel before that machine came along replacing right so The i've got into this topic. Not because my philosophical research was originally about the relationship between person things but rather because my wife. And i were living in santa barbara which is about one hundred miles away from the risk of southern california where i teach and she was doing her surgical residency working about eighty one hundred hours every week and we started expecting our first child and we sat out in the evening. We yourselves how. How are we going to raise a child whose mother is working a hundred hours a week. And whose father is communion hundred miles each way to and from work and my mother-in-law came through and she moved in with us for a year to take care of her daughter caroline and so i spent a year living with her with my in laws. And so ever. Since then i've been thinking a little bit about interpersonal conflict because of that experience and so what happen is i read a very important philosophy paper by the philosopher ray langton and it really helped me understand something about the relationship between myself and my mother-in-law having a really hard time understanding while we were in that experience you And i and that has to do with how we understand each other and why it is that we can sometimes feel bad about the way that other people are treating us And there's a particular way of feeling bad about the way the somebody else treats you where you feel like. You're not being taken seriously. You feel like you're being written off or ignored or like you don't matter so that other person we think you ought to matter to the as their friend or your spouse your parent to your child or your colleague or something that you have a relationship with and that's really the that feeling of being let down or dismissed is the feeling that i was trying to understand in this paper and the thing about it now. A couple of years after writing that paper is that there are a lot of things that we want understand about. The relationships that we have with other people but interpersonal relationships are by definition relationships between persons between people
Leland Melvin's Journey From The NFL To NASA
"After playing college football. Leland melvin was drafted by the nfl when his football career as a wide receiver was cut short because of an injury leland pursued his passion for engineering while working at nasa a co worker gave him an astronaut application but leila didn't intend to be an astronaut so he didn't complete the form when the next round astronauts were being chosen. His friend once again handed him an application and leland was accepted into the program. During a spacewalk simulation melvin lost his hearing a small phone block that allows astronauts to clear. Their ears was missing from his training suit. It was two full years before he recovered enough to be considered for spaceflight. Yet leland went on to log nearly six hundred hours in space. Now retired from nasa leland encourages people to stay. Curious followed their passions. And never give up even when your dreams have you chasing
Seaplane Pilot Genesah Duffy on Living Your Dream
"Let's get on with the show first of all. This is the person i have on today. Is somebody that i truly admire. Because of the fact that Her persistence perseverance. And hard work has gotten to the position where she is today and again. That's as chief pilot and manager of operations flight operations and training for icon. Aircraft has a sea plane pilot and her name is jeanette duffy genesis. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. Yeah this is awesome as you know we were just talking off line. We met a few years back when you actually were introduced to pulse. Stay college and your on boarding there. That was pretty exciting time. We're getting started in your career and it sure has blossom From that point so you are a graduate correct of pokes. Yeah awesome awesome Well before we talk too much about bulk state and we'll talk about that later and you you really have had a varied path to the flight deck and one thing i want to mention is That you are Ex or retired navy. yes. I was in the navy. Four I just did one term for years but I'm a veteran cool. We appreciate your service and all those that are listening right now. So we'll talk a little bit about that too transitioning as a veteran because You know we do a lot of career. Coaching with veterans coming out. There are some unique things. It's it's definitely different world. that's for sure. Yeah for sure but genesee you. You took a different path and we're talk a little bit about that You became a sea pilot instructor and didn't go the route of the airlines which It was seems like that was kind of the direction. You may have been Heading towards so a lot of people are. I'm sure they're gonna be saying why in the world a seaplane pilot. I asked that sometimes to back. When i started flying and when i go to the military i really had no idea what i was going to do in aviation klein was not remotely in the realm of things that i was considering the time So it just kind of be. It was happenstance that i fell into Going on discovery flight and realizing i wanted to be a pilot. But i didn't know anything about aviation like nothing. I knew no pilots. Nothing so when i started flying i kind of assumed while all right i'll be an airline pilot. That's that's what you do you become pilot For delta or american. Or whatever. And then once i got my commercial rating was actually right around the fifteen hundred hours switch so before just assume as get my commercial rating star working for murph operator planning on being i And then fifteen hundred our role kitten play. Sounds like okay so now after struct this is going to be different. Also didn't really know anything besides meeting my instructor for the first time didn't know anything With that was like or or what that could be like But then i actually kinda enjoyed instructing a little bit. And i started down that path and then i realized i don't know about actually want to go be an airline pilot. I liked. I mean. I like flying smaller aircraft. I started looking into more of the adventure. Type flying i even i debated before going fixed-wing being a helicopter pilot. I'm so i was kinda just all over the place. Since i was so new into aviation in general i just wanted to explore the different avenues. Before i committed to going to the airline route. I felt like the airline route was a safety net. Were all pilots can end up going to the airline route And then i started working actually an aircraft maintenance job because i also thought about getting my amp license. And i wanted to know more about maintenance and and really just general aviation as as a whole and i felt like working at a maintenance shop would have Did give me a lot of information about the industry. And and i met some incredible incredible people on the way And that made. It shop was at winter haven airport which everyone knows is is jack. Browns is so just one day. I decided i was like you now. I have no idea what. I'm going to use this four but i feel like one day i might use it so i just over a weekend. I went over to jack. Rowell's got my seaplane. And then i think maybe it was a year later that i actually started doing some seaplane instructions so i didn't do anything with were while and then it just kinda started to fall into place after that
Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall
"Show. I'm joined today by ace spiel. If you've ever seen the pictures or the videos of a seven forty seven carrying the space shuttle on its back aces the guy flying that he's a nasa pilot. It's really cool having you with us today as thank you so much for being with us. Thank you george. It's a real pleasure being here. Thanks for having me. You're willing to tell us how you got your start in aviation well. My interest probably probably started with my dad who is a world war two pilots who have six hell cats in the pacific right. He was a fighter. Ace jot down. Seven zero sank destroyer so that that probably would what's first introduced me aviation muscle lived in the san francisco bay area and i can always. We could see quite often from where we live going up. Point the final approach for san francisco international airport. So i've really enjoyed watching the airplanes. Come in and that just kind of got me interested in aviation basically so i assume that with your dad as an ace after the war where people were there a lot of adulation or was it kind of a a normal thing to be ace. Well i don't think it was a normal thing. I think a lot of people were proud of it for that but but as time went on it became something more within the family that you know we we. We knew he was guy we thought of him as kind of a hero in his flying endeavors and listening to stories was a lot of fine. You know sure so. Wendy take your first flying lesson first. Flying lesson in nineteen sixty. Seven is my first year in college. I graduated from high school. And i was interested in the asian so i wasn't sure you know exactly what i was going to study. The only college in california that offered a four year degree in in Aviation was san jose state but that was in business administration the the college of san mateo community college. They had a two year. Course that specialized the end basic training to be a pilot studied aerodynamics amex navigation in urology and stuff in in in one of the three hundred courses was actually forty hours of flying a cessna down to san carlos airport so i thought this is the perfect way to get going and so i enrolled in that program guy solo to november of nineteen sixty seven eighteen. Okay now did you. Did you collect ratings right away. After that i got my private and the course led to a commercial a rating but after about the first three semesters i kinda realizing that. This is really what i want to do. My goal is to become an airline pilot. And i knew it'd be an airline pilot. That i was gonna actually need my adp. And soft. and i was going to need to accumulate. You know quite a bit of experience. So i kind of decided you know. I'm not going to spend any more money trying to get my commercial because right now. Let's talk to serve me. 'cause i plan on getting a bachelor's degree us like to go into the military base. Oh okay so where did you go to get your bachelor's. I ended up at san francisco state university. I got my bachelors in mathematics. And then you went there were you in. Rotc not was it. Ninety day wonder and ots officer training school. At lackland in san antonio. So i i graduated from college. In june of seventy two and two weeks later. I went out to san antonio and started into your ot s for a for ninety days and they were gonna pound with training. Poetry was up. Advance up in enid. Oklahoma and i enjoy them quite a bit. It was the i found all came fairly naturally and easy the advantage of already abbot close to two hundred hours of flying time so i knew all the basics basically so it was you know i. I really have good pilots right. I felt for the guys really haven't or part wasn't that tough
Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer
"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm great this is our third guest and we are excited to have her on the show today with us as a pass flight instructor from united flight systems current southwest airlines first officer and someone with a very interesting aviation story that we're gonna talk about today today. We have on the show jessica garcia. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. And i know We're gonna talk a lot about today but you also have to be married to a pilot as well an my wonderful husband. Ricky who also instructed here structure. And i heard good news for ricky recently. Is that true. He got hired at commuter airlines Friday very excited and so he was an express jet in lives in houston listened to show. They probably have heard about all the things that happened. Express jet so it's great to hear that ricky's back in the in the in the cockpit. Doing great things for aviation excited. I'm i'm pumped for him. He's ready to get back in the airplane so we have a lot to talk about today but as the current owner of united flight systems. It's a it's a great time when a previous flight search comes back and shares with me stories and things from the past. You've obviously spent many an hour behind a prop as an airplane owners still today. You spend a lot of time on the probe had any idea. How many hours do will you gave here at this. Oh it's gotta be at least twelve hundred I remember one day sitting down with my logbook in between students. And i recognized that my total dual received in total dual given was equal spicer past that milestone here and then i think i want to say about twelve hundred dollars instructing here nice and that that was that in the day where you could just get the fifteen hundred right to the airline sort of. I was in the weird transition area where the atp was being required by the by the regional airlines to get hired. But it what you didn't have to do the atp p. course so i ended up being able to do my atp on my own without having to the course but you still have to have the fifteen hundred hours so kind of an awkward phase. I think i got my atp in june and the the law passed in august. For the so. I guess for our listeners. We've we've obviously prepped and talked a little bit. Tell us a little bit about your aviation career where he went to college. How you found this place and then did you go right to the airlines are or what will happen there. So i started flying recreationally in abilene texas. Where i'm from Just doing it for fun. I grew up flying with my dad in the right seat of various aircraft wanting bananas barons and the end of my freshman year of college. He said okay. You can go to summer school. You can get a job or you can get your pilot's license and so i opted to go get my pilot's license obviously and had an a wonderful instructor. Who is now one. She is my best friend. We are incredibly close. She flies for fedex and she she said you know. You're kind of good at this. Have you considered doing it as a career and up until that point i hadn't been exposed to the opportunities in careers in aviation so took me to my first women in aviation conference and it was like being around thousands of my taipei. Best friends And they all took me by the hand. I was nineteen years old. And said we're going to show you what it means to be a professional pilot and i decided right then and there that was going to be my career up until then i was studying marketing And liked it but didn't love it so went back to abilene finished my instrument rating then i transferred to louisiana tech university where i finished my commercial. Cfi of mea. I instructed for the school for a few months loved being attack. I'm very proud Louisiana tech bulldog and but it wasn't building flight time quite quick enough and so a friend of mine called me and said there's a flight school in houston. I think you'd be a great fit at work. Consider interviewing so. I called united flight systems. Talk to the previous owner. Bob watts and his daughter laura and they brought us in for an interview me and my husband. I secretly brought my husband along with me to interview as well. And we they us right then and there and so within a month. I moved houston and begin. Instructing here instructed for. I guess it would have been about two and a half years and then had one of my workers official instructor. Here come into my office and say would you like to fly corporate. And i'd always been really interested in corporate aviation i. I grew up around general aviation being there in abilene. We had a little bit of a regional airline flying but not a lot So i had more exposure to corporate. And i said sure didn't know what the airplane was had. Never heard of. It was a cessna. Conquest twin engine turboprop and met with the the woman who was flying that airplane and we went and just had dinner and and chit chatted and she said. I think you'd be a great fit. Would you come fly with me. So that was my introduction to part one thirty five Flew for them for a couple of years loved it. That was a flu for a family. There's still a dear dear and special in my life The woman i flew with is still very dear to me. We get together as often as we can into pilots
"hundred hour" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"Hundred hour. I want to say is Atlanta United one respect. Thank you. Say it's your first one, do, you know? You know? I do not know. I do. Okay. Great my favorite MLS too. I believe it's Simba. Honestly, why is that your favorite molest team? I've been more MLS games that any other sporting on see your plan. Possum, I thought you were soccer. I'm non European soccer. I like it Merican. Four threes. I love MLS the timbers. We are champions thought we were going to win this year. Save the crew. We did it. Yeah. They're still around teams are fun. Columbus crew. Yeah. Little stadium and ever. That's a fun little thing. It's a cozy environment. Like, really, cool molasses crack. Timbers games. Timber. Sounders Seattle Sounders is but nana's. Yeah. But nana's best time you'll have you just got to pick a team in ride with them. And then learn the hate the other. No, no, Atlanta. United those games crazy is like an English environment. They have. Right now, somebody is somebody going get the stats. We have had the longest sell out. We have to actually re continually rebuild our stadium because we who in more. Portland has continuously cities. Arizona. And now was like, we know I. I was born in New York raised in Arizona in my finish one hundred percent. But now that I have roots. Now that my children have been born and Portland. I'm an Oregonian Oregonian transplant. Whether winters are we're the sickie and their oxygen is a lot better than everybody else in America. So. You know for me. It's really big. I'm trying to be clean in one full. When I when I leave them. West coast of eight you get drafted to the west coast. Yes. Okay. You go to what school? Wait. Wait. Wait. You say why you boo like a cow while you. No is everywhere. I go farmland Wyoming later, I been to Wyoming hold on what parts of Wyoming. Have you been to let me guess Jackson Hole? Exactly actually when fishing out there. And you're gonna claim that as farmland. No, that's beautiful, and you notes desert. It's beautiful. I went and shot moles. It's beautiful. And you know, it is beautiful. Thank you, the trout are luscious and one full creatures of God. What is it mazing things about Wyoming? Tell us something. About the my favorite things about my experience at college. Is that? Yes. Yes. So like there are there is no other the only team they have the root for there's no other for your university. Then the university of Wyoming in the entire state right council because nobody can get there. And of course in buggy. And so we are like a professional sports team. You know, you play basketball play football. And it's like you go anywhere the state rodeo out there little all right are rodeo team is bad ass. Don't don't. Yes. First of all, okay. Rodeo wrestling, those I respect rodeo belts Aben to I've been to rodeos before bell, try everything. What's that? Oh, the rodeo championship bell. Oh, okay. Okay. Forget them from Eddie again. And oh, yeah. No. It's hard core bug. Core Parker now rodeos people go on man. That's you know, on TV if you watch like, that's crazy. Yes. When you see animals and person get healed on let me wrap the nuts up on f one fifty make it angry at get on his back. Yes, literally. Yeah. Hitting car and his nuts. Sit on their about four seconds waiting to ram you with its sharp horns. Yes. Yes. I said not not for a no amount of money on this earth. And we're amongst the best in it. Oh, could you imagine being an amateur and you're like here get on Ola? Over here. One for pound. But I like how we both came up with Bessie vessel. This just a classic. But that's okay, come on. Let's keep going to Wyoming, Wyoming, send you free gear ever. No, they don't know. They don't maybe they should maybe after the podcast. Maybe it's the podcast. But that's not like, I don't I don't wanna go out. I don't want to like knock them. But what are they sponsored by new balance? No there come on, man. Start again. I'm sorry. Working. Who strike strikes? Sell those that you have to strikes one more one more. And we have problem do. No, we're Dita's. We switch from Nike to Adidas last year jerseys from the East Bay rivers..
"hundred hour" Discussed on No Jumper
"Because I would just like fuck like I like I like I'm like selling myself short by spending my time watching other people play rather than like studying or working on my own shit while I mean, if you learn from what you're watching. I mean, sometimes you can observe even a bad player and he can make like an interesting play. And you can kind of added to your arse. You can be like, well, he's not that good of a player, but this play he he made right here. This interesting play like it's like a really nice play. Like, I think I'm gonna I'm gonna use that one day like I feel like polka players sometimes they think so much about poker. I I dream of making certain plays against players that that that the situation hasn't come up yet. Like, I just have it in my brain. It'll happen like I'll be playing someone here. It is like you like you kind of see it in advance almost that some of the shit. You know, what I mean you like, I know him a bluff this guy because like he's just been kind of giving me so much respect lately. Like, I just like I'm already planning like if I play with this guy in a month. And I just know that like I'm gonna bluff them a little extra in. I mean, like you plan on these things, you know, it's interesting poker players are always obsessing about this. And that, but I mean, I guess some of that obsessing helps helps us earn a little bit more because he just gets so nerdy with it. I feel like when I look back at the time that I spent playing online that I really wish that I had put more time into studying and may beginning coached and shit rather than just like grinding ten million fucking hands. Maybe. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah. A lot of people will offer coaching nowadays. There's been pretty good coaches. You know, you could just like go to like one of the best players in the world. Maybe just be like, yo, especially if you've got the money, you know, and yeah, I mean that might be a good route for people and just be like, oh, I'll pay five hundred hour or whatever..
"hundred hour" Discussed on DLC
"Allegra you our guests. So you get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week who? This was definitely a busy week. But one those mostly dominated by rented and like the patient of red dead. So definitely for me. What stood out the most was all this rockstar talk? That was that's the big continuing story. I think. Yeah. Yeah. Sort of the conversation around crunch and the quote unquote hundred hour workweek over there. So that continues to be my story of the like last couple of weeks. Yes, certainly has been here. We've talked a lot about it on the show, and it is continued to evolve more employees at rockstar have spoken out and spoken up about questionable practices. Weirdness of being expected to do things being told that they were not welcome. If you know certain above and beyond kind of expectations weren't met. What is your take on this whole thing? I mean, we've had I have spoken out a lot on the show about my desire to see the games industry unionized. And I think this is just one in a number of stories that proves that that I think is is needed in this space, but what's your take? I mean is there part of you that? Feels a little conflicted about promoting this game in light of what we know about those big business practices. Yeah. I mean, definitely I believe in like considering the totality thing when we're sort of analyzing it and addressing it and the case of game so big and so- monumental as red dead and coming from such a major studio. I mean this is Rockstars. I new release in such a long time. It's really hard to divorce the two right? It's really hard to sort of look at this project that so grand in scope and not think about the behind the scenes part of it that were being told about now, especially because that's such a rare thing to hear from rockstar directly about sort of the the working conditions in how this is sort of revolved really points to how unique situation this's, and it definitely for me. My reporting has mostly been from that perspective from that angle of like, yeah, there's something going on over there. But of course, like we're all still here for the pony game. Like, I'm still very Tony game. But yeah, I mean, it's definitely something we've seen in other industries as well. And when it comes to games, it's still Justice top to kind of figure out how to navigate like this is a really fun game. And I'm really excited about it. But also the thing that or the process behind making that game was something that I am not excited or happy about. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we talked about it on the weeks leading up to the release..
"hundred hour" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Mattresses office. I worked hundred hour weeks in the last couple of months shop -solutely. And by the way you shouldn't work when our one hundred hour weeks and I shouldn't have either. That self-employment so weird thing and it's win. It becomes hysteric, right? It's very powerful within an organization. I mean, you and I were together in media and media's reknown you're newspaper guy for crying out loud. I mean, how many times we they're putting the paper to, you know, that was that was a print medium where yet deadlines, mechanical processes that had to be turned on and people get stuck there late constantly. So yeah, there's nothing wrong with wanting to work hard. There's a lot wrong. It's business culture. It's people. Yeah, and that's and we're gonna use a word like abuse. We darn well better be right when we're using it. That is a serious word full of gravity. Again, I'm talking in broad terms criticizing on point at me. No, I'm not criticizing you just want to make sure when when we talk about things that are weighty, we speak about the with authority and that's what I wanna make sure happens in this situation, mills chop rights into kind of funny dot com. Slash KFI GD with two things. He says, number one or she. Number one, a lot of folks including Greg and Gary yesterday have been saying, quote, I'll wait longer for game, but would you pay fifty to two hundred percent more for a game two because one hundred hours of work is one hundred hours of work. If you force forty to fifty, our limits it not only takes twice as long because twice as much because your overhead costs keep adding up as you extend about men. Obviously, that's it's all dollar and cents at some point in this business, and that's where it comes down to. Again, we're back to just compensated for the overtime. How are they doing. But I've been on the record for a long time of, yes, I pay more for video game. I've talked about this. I when calling was here. This used to be a long running thing of, you know, explore the scale and if a he would always talk about, like, what, if the three one hundred hundred dollars or more because they're giving you so much content? Is that think of? Yeah. Like I know that's not a popular opinion at all, but especially for a game on of which are of a red dead of a cyberpunk. I literally play that for months and months and months and months. Okay. I'll pay union fees paying tax. Yes, and that's the that's the other thing, show games more expensive. Okay. But if it's taking care of my creators and helping them not burn out in helping them stay around longer, I mean us talk. We just heard from somebody who claims to be AAA Deb that burned out. Right. And it were people responding to jobs thing from rockstar former extra. That's why I left because GTE was killing me like there's, I mean, yes. I wanna see people rewarded for their hard work and I'm not gonna. I know that's not a popular opinion. I know it change the industry, but maybe industry needs change number two, though. Unionisation is not. The gods. Everyone seems to think it is look at the public teaching profession. Teachers are often underpaid prince. The primary reason we struggled to get quality stem teachers is because they can get more money elsewhere and sees and overworked. Prince sees eight to ten hours at school plus a ton of worked on after hours, grading papers, creating homework exam, lesson plans, etcetera, and prince. These not to mention school. Budgets are so shallow teaching. Teachers often pay for Michio out of pocket. The union Hesse value parentheses job protection to go. She and prince these, but I'm not certain. It's the end all be all answer the salute situation..
"hundred hour" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Ryan says, Andrea is on Twitter. You are re tweeting crunch stories after the rockstar news in light of this, would you be prepared to wait longer for games to prevent this? And do you think the industry should unionize as so often suggested. Ryan had been re tweeting because I think there's a lot of people out there providing some really interesting perspectives, particularly people who work in the field of development and some people who have responded to me and to what I've been tweeting about. I obviously don't know what it's like to make a game. I've never made one, so I have to trust the people who work in video game offices to relay their experiences. And when I tweeted the quote, I was quote, tweeted games, industry business article about Mr. Hauser's one hundred hour work week. Quote, I left it open ended. I used a bunch of maybes because we don't know what the situation is. And quite frankly, Mr. Hauser probably doesn't know what the situations like inside of his studios on the ground level, right executives like that. Don't see the day-to-day operations, the way that their managerial staff underneath them sees it. I mean, first and foremost. So when he made a rebuttal speaking about his experience. His small writing team working these long weeks or these long hour weeks for short duration of time. I don't think it's fair or smart assumption to say, oh, well, he was just talking about his team. Everything's good to go because I've heard from developers who worked at rockstar, and I've heard from developers who work at other companies who say, yeah, that's not true. We do crunch in crunches brutal and hard and terrible, but it's also really complicated and I thought, you know, Greg had a really great discussion yesterday about it, talking about how it's such a unique cultural thing, depending on which country you live in and the type of industry that you work in in how crunches view differently is only now recently that we're trying not to glorify crunch because it used to be something that you wore as a badge of honor. You know, instill is you think about these people who play video games for thousands of hours and say, I remember when I was proud of the fact that I had played skyer him for like three hundred fifty hours. And these people like parachute in on my like, look at how much I played parade on the like they're like bitch, I played skyward for two thousand hours and I'm like, oh, that's cool. I mean, I have other stuff to do in life so, and it always turns into this competition. And when you put that competition in the workplace, talking about how many hours you can put on a project, it gets really dangerous like gilt. Right. Like if one teams crunching really hard, right, and they're staying late or even people on your team, if you're like, okay, guys, it's five. Oh, one later hunching out. Yeah, you'd like feel bad or be scared that maybe people would turn against you or something like that. Right. So it's really easy to see how like even some select teams doing it sort of perpetuate into all teams doing right or more people than are actually necessary just working hard to get it done. Absolutely. But then it also doesn't make sense because if you're working that long, the amount of strain than it puts on you, you're not working at your best. Right? So. It might be like a self-fulfilling prophecy of why you have to work so much right is because you're never operating at full capacity. Absolutely. And it's, it's obviously very different for each project and each companies in a different situation. But I think you know, universally, we can agree that working for one hundred hours in a single seven-day period is not healthy for anybody no matter what you're doing. But you know, sometimes the job needs to get done in if you need to crunch to get done. That's one thing. But I think the reason why people got up an arms is because the video games in particular has made this a culture crunches part of the culture of video games. And we are hearing from people about how to how do we fix this. How do we talk about changing the culture and saying, we want to move away from incentivizing people either financially or just with like in office praise about working long hours. And say, hey, you can do your best work, working fifty hours a week..
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Probably billing at about twelve hundred hour i mean the burn rate lawrence here is significant it's it's probably about a half a million dollars a week and look this is no different than than many other criminal whitecollar prosecutions you know you have a defendant that starts off to fight like mr cohen who talks about he's willing to take a bullet for his co conspirator and all of a sudden the burn rate sets in and you realize you're burning through your cash and you're never going to get that money back that money's going to be gone forever and you put on an island by your co conspirators which is what has happened to him with this president with with mr trump they put this guy on an island which is beyond stupid okay this is a president that that demands values loyalty but provides none and we've seen that time and time again in this case it's going to alternately cost him because they're basically putting this guy on island knocked to mix metaphors but when the music stops he's not going to be left with a chair and this is a very very dangerous situation for the president i mean i said this nine weeks ago over two months ago i said said that mr cohen was very very dangerous this president i said he was going to be indicted i said he was gonna flip on the president and that he posed a bigger threat than the molar investigation because see helping him out financially with these legal because he's not smart lawrence i mean why would the president of all the attorneys in the world all the attorneys the united states why would the president higher guy like really giuliani dazed and confused rudy to go out on on the airways and spew the nonsense and the sexist comments that he has i mean this guy is a walking disaster i mean every day he speaks archaic gets better and people get more and more outrage rudy hasn't been speaking lightly i think for obvious reasons let's listen to emily jane fox in the last hour with rachel maddow as we know emily jane fox has direct contact with michael cohen she has the best source about michael cohen which is michael cohen let's listen to what she told rachel about how michael cohen is feeling.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"Eighty two hundred hours just on communication we absorb all of it was even if you do digest it and then they let it said hi books i good 'cause you can come back to back to yeah and we've decided to feels spacious in the book itself from people can make their own nights and that was aaron tension as well beautiful book yes i've noticed let it the instructions in the book are really around cultivating joy of students fine in a communication skill so gentle keys to help them chained the unsubtle awareness of mind and body do you explain a little bit about that concept of experiential words yoga if you think about it suppose experience of a slates end a wing courage these experience woods to invite people to to focus inward so they can be with what's happening for them as they practice and would ever have the practices whether cosimo premium meditation you know it is for me and i think for many the the process is eugenie on your yagi path is to more more become comfortable with who you are and but you have to pay attention to hell you atone about who you are and we forget you know mind goes often a million a million different directions monkey mind and so as a teacher if you constantly inviting people to bay with their experience in using variety of managing different words to do it than that hopefully will help them bay they're more present for their their experiences if you told matt class direction of class on the other thing that struck me as well we just spoke to joy buick trauma sensitive yoga teacher had jarring conveyed as hell someone what their experience is opposed to the only like just relax into that delicious inside win baby it's feeling really painful for that hosts lay here yeah i listen to some of what to say like i really like.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"In case you think all millennials are deadbeats just listen to this show i talked to the sharp ones every day granite there's only two types sharp and sucks but there are really the ones that are sharp are super sharp and their hustle and the grind and get her done and i love this generation they are fabulous when they are game on their game on open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five jeff is on twitter my mortgage just increased by three hundred sixty dollars a month one hundred fifteen dollars in taxes in two hundred forty eight the next twelve months because they advanced my escrow due to going negative in my account oh escort shortage okay the total i was twenty nine hundred dollars the pad and negative balanced does this go on my debt snowball or let it ride as is i'd let it ride just run it out and if you if you know if you get to the end of it you got your merchants refund in place you'd find some extra money if it isn't cleared up by the end reach over and cleared just so you get your monthly payment back down to where it should be but escrow shortage is not something i put in there and you really have to watch your actual house payment for those of you that don't know escrow is when you pay a house payment in almost every case you're paying p i t i principal interest taxes and insurance which one twelfth of your property taxes won twelve of your insurance cost is part of your payment and you send that to the mortgage company it goes into an account called an escrow account to the side and then they use that money out of that escrow account to pay the taxes and pay the insurance that way that lender is ensured that the that the house is insured they're positive houses insured and the you're not gonna lose the house that they have a mortgage on tobacco taxes it forces you to keep the house insured and be current on your taxes that's the purpose of it the problem is a high percentage of these.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"But it in her name i think her grandmother would be sitting in heaven smiling that she knows she that she wouldn't know that she paid for her granddaughters college if he still she's still hanging on she's an haven't yet okay that's that's good glad she's still with us anyway i suspect she still be smiling that she knows that she paid for her granddaughters college because affectively that's what we're doing here student loans i hope went to pay for college and and your household income is what that's another thing i wanted to follow up with so hurriedly she graduated in december so she's been doing some subbing and just kinda find it as much could but she got she got a job starting in the fall so in the fall we'll be bringing in about eighty seven thousand but currently about forty with you know what she's able to smart you know running camps doing some other things like that so so that's my question is do we start in the fall and we pay that off in the fall now you can live on your living on the forty now aren't you yes yeah forty okay okay you're living on the forty plus camps and stuff and you keep living on that in the fall you start making more money you just accelerate some of your baby steps finish up your emergency fund and you start putting fifteen percent of your income away if you're saving for a house she start doing for that just work work the plan man you doing it well done very good that's very impressive very impressive a love talking to these young folks that are really doing it man in their twenties that's two of them in a row boom boom just one two punch just like that.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Not much man i just kind of make this quick for him watson i we got married about a year ago july and we've been budgeting we've done our envelopes we've got our emergency fund so we're really things going well here's my question for you we have some student loan debt it's about thirty thousand but when she was little her grandmother put some money and some gross stock mutual funds and for so kinda decide we take those out and pay that the student loan debt off i'm you know we're we're both really pulling heavily in doing that but i've had i've had been talking to some peers about it and i've had some say hey you know that's a that's a long long term investment deal you know that the rate she bought those that you know if you're trying to get back into it now you know much higher price so i should not take financial advice from broke people so let me ask you this are you on a budget nisa budget and you're living your living towards a plan with every one of those dollars everyone those dollars has an assignment you're working system okay i would pay that student loan that off by the end of the day today okay and then i will take the money that you were going to use to get out of that and i would build your emergency fund of three to six months of expenses and then i would start putting fifteen percent of your income aside by the way i think her you said her grandmother left her that money.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"He's less concerned if you're cool when your dad love it well don you guys so you're coordinating a class together you pushed all the way through this when people find out you paid off one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars this so impressive i'm so proud of you well done when they find that out and they say how did you do that what do you tell them the key to getting out of debt is go ahead definitely daily choices controlling your impulse buying was big for me i specially a mistake at home mom of two girls and just making those daily choices of not going over budget on groceries or wanting to shop or do different things a budget gave you a benchmark and if you got up next to the edge you said that's it we're done yes so out of bounds marker but once you had that you could spend up to that but then we're going to go back to the goal that's right and also i mean i would say for me having the cash envelopes really important that's one of the big reasons why i kind of didn't do so well in that time from when i took fbi you to then later when we got married i fell away from using the cash envelopes and really convincing ourselves although we're putting a ton of money towards this debt every month convincing ourselves the cash and the envelopes all we have and it really changes your behavior right so we get to the for example to the end of the month and we've got a few bucks left in them below and we need say you know paper towels or something like that we might go scrapes from change get ninety nine cent roll up paper towels to get us through instead of the normal amount we would get or really just usually people go in to get the ninety nine cent paper towels and they come out one hundred dollars later.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Welcome back to the dave ramsey show if you are looking for fun practical ways to save money this year you need to check out the right joe cruise joe and the star of that show rachel cruze ramsey personality joins us this segment how are you good how are you better than i deserve to be home we were going crazy and san antonio and you were there last week merger money event that was a big event right les parrott myself we're there in san antonio about two thousand people and did that event thursday night and then you guys came in on saturday to do entree summits which i heard was amazing it was absolutely amazing and merger money kicks off again in the fall and september in orlando and then houston los angeles and phoenix you in the les parrott rachel cruze show continues to be on the road but in the meantime the rachel cruze show all new video series is booming on youtube yeah it's been fun youtube and facebook and yeah it's been an exciting thing this is our fourth episode to launch so we're still a little bit in the new phase of getting everything out but it's really it's really great it's thirty minutes show all about how to get control of your life and in control of your money and create a life you love and said this show episode four specifically that just came out on monday is all about home hacks that will save you money so kind of going through and say okay if you're in a home that you know you'll be in it for awhile what are things you can do to save money in its and also maybe you wanna start renovating how do you do that on a budget and even if you wanna move what does that look like so everything around home and hacks flow was on as the decorating segment right yes.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"So if you make you got thirty forty years that you need to offset real estate costs and so forth yeah you definitely got put buying a home in your list of things to do oh man i thought i was feeling pretty young i was thinking about going the lake this weekend barefoot skiing i'm i'm fifty seven i probably shouldn't do that call him more i was old but now i'm worried compare i'm really old shelby shelby's madison wisconsin are is y'all we i'm doing great it's still good i'm so glad to talk here's crazy how can i help you well so i i been wondering i saw so my husband and i we've been you know we went through financial peace we're in baby step two paying off her debt we so can we actually just paid off our car yesterday you know that it's just feels so awesome to be able to do that now what i wanted to ask you about we're still on baby step two we still have some we have student loans that were going to start paying off next month and now we just recently moved to wisconsin from arizona showing that you know we just made this big move the beginning of april and right before we we made this move i found out i had no idea about this but i found out that i actually had an inheritance i've you know kinda came out of the blue i had no clue and it was it was really crazy and it was a seventeen thousand dollars and i wear my own will you receive it.
"hundred hour" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"In helping people achieve financial freedom to real estate what are the traits that you see in someone in you know that guy or that girl's gonna make it okay well i have no idea because it's very difficult to figure out so thank you for the false sense of confidence but very difficult honestly to know let me actually pick up on one thing that you said let's see how to put this i it's hard because i'm looking at it as the president of a couple of realistic companies i have seven hundred and fifty agents and honestly we think we're pretty smart and we think we're pretty good at this it is so difficult to figure out who is actually going to succeed in investment and in real estate but i really do think it's the people who are measured who who aren't sort of one timers like they're gonna do the greatest thing and they're going to have the greatest open house and everything is always the best in this and that it's it's the much more boring people so in real estate as an agent it's about the people who prospect who make the phone calls who are likeable people in helpful they have a lot of common attributes except they're they're good people they're honest people and they're good business people you know it's it's not complicated it's that i wish i had a more sexy answer for you but i you know i i'd write another book if i had the answer you guys would right now the book if you had the answer but i i'm not a i'm not a dreamer and i don't see dreamers tend to be successful flippers i don't see people with the with the unique ideas like i'm sorry i i know a lot of people say it's all about creativity i hate creativity why because i see the vast majority of people who of this or creative that fail in these not that people these are good people their mothers and fathers and sons and brothers and sisters and more often than not way more often than not i'm afraid i see creativity fail and i see business sense and hundred hour weeks exceed yeah i think a lot of people.
"hundred hour" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Hours to keep things online to help people get the support they needed etc so i i have a couple of questions that came out of that because you just said i would done a lot of things differently what are those things i mean i could probably rattle things off but i don't like or mall list if i could go back in time one i would have set up the company earlier and made sure that the paperwork and all of the sort of formal things were done i would have had informal conversations and informal agreements i would have like the conversations that nobody really wants to have earlier for sure i would have chosen to communicate differently when i was starting to like really struggle and like working you know hundred hour weeks and sitting in front of my computer all day and all night if i could go back in time knowing what i know now i would have looking back like fuck dude i was so sleep deprived so frustrated i was so overwhelmed i just like i felt like this immense responsibility as people were asking for support and things weren't working properly and the respond reports etc etc so i hope that if this were to happen again and i knew what i know now that i would have chosen to really emphasize what i was doing and also like what i expected out of my partner and if he had said no i don't wanna do this or you know whatever it is then at least we could have that conversation earlier than we did but hopefully you'd have those sort of like expectations and agreements and make sure both people are on the same page even earlier than that right before the sleep deprivation and anger kicks in front or so runs.
"hundred hour" Discussed on The Polygon Show
"And so like the maps and stuff like sometimes it's just not clear where to go or like the controls are very finicky and you're just like why am i spending fifteen minutes trying to get out of here when i just want to i just want to leave i but honestly though it is very nicely like the music is super soothing to just listen to again that's what i've been playing post japan like your other hundred hour rpg oh yeah honestly i i really said the two allegra i wanted to start a new game plus plus yano now like because this your feet new game plus no but i'm like towards the end and like i just wanted to date someone else this time unlike or i guess allowed the started no one hundred hours of our two dates a widow date the stomach forgot i hit who me the show he player what a good choice due to fucking confident rugged reanked as best very useful first are really good yes so i had intense persona five nostalgia what i was there 'cause i saw the chew is station in like the green car where the politician guys be everything is there and i yelled julios so cute because we are seeing and should be unlike on ever we'd walk some whereas ruby like i know this is from person so not just like the which it's based off a real place and ask you is like i want to complete by persona map i have to go to all these places for my plo my gosh i'd like your your meal or feel that said sounds amazing it that's what i wanted to do i bought a more a shirt because i'm stupid and was like well i won't find this sunday were also just pay thirty two dollars for it chelsea are you going to get to go to tokyo when you go to japan no gonna i'm going to osaka osaka's fun i want to uh persona land i got us about too many things anyway though the one of the good games i played it.
"hundred hour" Discussed on Here & Now
"That's what i love about him and that's what i love about the writing on the show both from david on their n bidermann at that they're interested in those polarities that duality that's what makes great dramatic literature mnet's that's the key to shakespeare duality you yourself had a had a pretty unusual and difficult early childhood um the do you drawn your own experiences at all to sort of hold that pain in i i think i must but i don't know i never i've never been heavy heavy practitioner of the method or at least with any specific content i'm kind of an impulse space person like you you know i'm i'm sort of waiting for something to happen that i'm not expecting an i'm kinda wanna jump on that train of emotion or whatever it is both from myself or from the other actor it usually happens in the interchange between actors are when you start playing with rhythms of the scene or mixing it up removing it around in ways that you're not in tisa painting it then emotional things happen and those emotional things that happened that the don't have specific narrative attached to them i think are always the most interesting ones now of course those emotions probably come from some history but i can't remember or connect them i just know that they exist in my body and when i work with another good actor they come out so i want to ask you about something that you probably have been asked about in a long long time but it's the way that i i got to know you as an actor which is the movie mixed nuts that you did in 1994 a year yeah you remember that one very well worded more tr maryland masing experience favors a new i was i was got out of school was doing three hundred hour week shakespeare in the park.