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Toyota scraps V8 in Tundra redesign, adds hybrid powertrain
"So it has made some bold moves in the redesign if it's full size truck in an effort to make stronger U. S. fuel economy requirements that will soon be imposed Toyota has unveiled its restyled Toyota tundra it's full size truck that's poised to hit dealerships later this year they ditch the V. eight engine for a three hundred eighty nine horsepower three point five liter twin turbo V. six there's also an optional gas electric hybrid system years Joe Moses with Toyota North America hundreds new core power train offers impressive horsepower and torque they not only improves on the outgoing VA in terms of performance but also it's more efficient the company has been struggling for market share in North America never really got much over about a hundred thousand sales a year compared to about nine hundred thousand answers here Sam Abell sumit is an automotive analyst with god house insights that massive grille on the front is going to be interesting to see how people buy into that I'm Jennifer king
Microsoft Teams Is Getting Hybrid Meeting Features, Including CarPlay Support
"Announced several updates for teams including audio only support for apple. Carplay is also a cameo feature coming to powerpoint live to insert teams camera into a slide deck slide and ai powered speaker coach. Coming in twenty twenty two. That will offer speaking tips and automatic correction tools for video in the coming months. Teams will also add support for intelligent cameras from. Oem's like jabra neat polly and ye link able to track speakers during a
Apples iPhone Launch Event Is Confirmed. What Do We Expect?
"Joining us to come through the mess of rumors and speculation out. There is fun. Reviewer patrick colin. Welcome patrick hello. Thanks for having me first off. When is this event actually happening. It's happening tuesday september fourteenth. All right so it's less than a week away. And i know some copies in the midst of this pandemic have been experimenting with different kinds of presentations than i know. Google had a hybrid one with some folks there. This one is this. Are we expecting some a virtual only pre canned type fair. Or you think the be any kind of wrinkles. Toss at us here. That's a great question because to be honest we don't know really but we do so last fall. Apples event was virtual only and predominantly over the past year. There's been one one exception where their events have been all virtual that means everything's either prerecorded or or filmed and edited and they're basically playing video as they announced these products. And the was the google. I o event where they had some of their developers in employees. That was like a a live broadcast but it wasn't kind of like our typical event. And actually i went to a motorola event for a much smaller muss well-known phone call the motorola edge and that was the first in-person press event for a piece of hardware. I believe in the world since the pandemic started. So it's interesting. I think a lot of its are hoping that this event might be in person. I think there's a thousand reasons. Why part of the biggest reasons cove it. And when we received word about the event we received a invitation and on the invitation said california streaming which could be a reprint of the fact that this is a virtual event that will be streaming. So
"hybrid" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"These lied. Dozens of times usually tells us that. It's for our own good but yes. He is disassembled his obfuscated as other nicer words but he has definitely lied to the american public and he should be held responsible but not just that the the the judgment that we should continue to fund this lab and that the virus all like good came to the lab. I think it's such incredibly poor judgment that he should be immediately removed. Yeah keep your clippings on your side of the lawn. That senator rand paul. Wow talking about. Ain't never forget senator rand paul. Talking about anthony vouch either so who can busted fao g. Call him half a crook. The randy man can that randy man ran paul. They're bringing so it's pretty obvious to me the last time rand paul and found she got into it. That rand paul was doing the whole clinton definition of is is thing. You're you're a bad spots. You're having to come up with a very particular legal argument that you may be right on but that obscures. the question. the main question that everybody's asking did you have sex with someone or not or did you. fun gain of function research. And he got into some very particular definitions to find a way around that well the the intercept has come into possession of more nine hundred pages of documents through the freedom of information act lawsuit That they're writing about right now and if there was ever any doubt and then there's certainly hasn't been for very long time But if there was ever any doubt that there's a significant chance that the The chinese bad fever leaked somehow from the lab and that experiments were being done Fairly risky ones on this. Sort of corona virus. It all that out has been removed. It is now utterly clear. I'll radio from the intercept and then Stay tuned for glenn greenwald giving the intercepted good solid and well-deserved kicking but anyway newly released documents provide details of us. Funded research on several types of corona viruses at the wuhan institute of virology in china the interceptor obtained more than nine hundred pages of documents detailing the work of eko health alliance a us-based health organization that used federal money to fund bat corona virus research at the chinese laboratory. Glad the of my tax money could go to pay for starting something that has made everybody's life miserable. Well i hate to jump. Yeah yeah. I hate to to the end. You were talking about whether she was a crooked criminal whatever. I think these guys were doing important but risky work. They spent their their their careers. They spent their their reputations on convincing. Everyone that we can handle it. It's dangerous it's technically demanding. But we're so good at our jobs. You can not only trust us to do the safely but you should give us bunches of money to do it because it's so important and then when you know the virus leaked out. They were frantic to cover their steps but anyway because of embarrassment or legal repercussions have been. Why were so frantic to cover their steps. Why wouldn't they say crap. I know what's going on there. Because this is something that i'm really into and i found. I can tell you exactly what happened there. Why wouldn't they do that. Well i think they felt responsible for killing millions of people got. I don't know maybe. I'm missing a step there. I would think that that found a yeah. I think that's a good thing to To do gain of function. Research is important. And i've thought they wouldn't be the sloppy. That's terrible. well. He was involved in in up to his neck and again. They said they could handle it. They couldn't and millions of people died. And you're asking. Why are they denying responsibility. I think it's self evident anyway. The trophy documents included two previously unpublished grant. Proposals that were funded by the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases fao cheesy as well as project dates relating deco health sciences research. As it just pops into my head. I guess what still confuses me as to why they would do that. I just keep leaning toward what a decent normal person would do. Because you'd have been able to jump on it immediately. I know exactly happened there and what we need to do. Because i've been funding this for years to help stop it from getting worse and from killing millions of more people in costing trillions more dollars. Be the hero. Well as many criminals have done they made a hasty fearful decision to cover instead of confess wrong and once you make that decision you your launched down a road. Yeah that seems said. Human nature says gary ruskin executive director of us right to know group. That's been investigating the origins of cove. Nineteen quote this is the roadmap to the high risk research that could have led to the current pandemic one of the grants titled understanding the risk of bat corona virus. Emergence outlines an ambitious effort by echo health. Alliance president peter das- zach that name again to screen thousands of bat samples for novel corona viruses. The research also involved involved screening people who work with live animals. The documents contain several critical details about the research and milan. Including the fact that key. Experimental work with humanized mice. Oh my mammals again in the news. Wow was conducted at the biosafety level. Three lab at wuhan university center for animal experiment. Not at the institute of virology which was the level four lab and there's a huge difference the level four lab two of the floors of that four level. It's actually four story building in addition to being a level for lab Two of the floors are entirely devoted to filtration equipment. That's a level for lab a level. Three lab is akin to a dentist's office. People were masks. I feel like you're glossing over the animal human mouses creating human animal hybrids are existence must not be. Maybe we'll get back to that some other point. Yes but let's let's. Let's put a pin in the whole human in mice. Creating human animal hires. Yes mr president precisely. that's right We will circle back to the mammals anyway. The documents raise additional questions about the theory that the pandemic may begun in a lab accident at idea. The nasdaq is aggressively dismissed. You remember last year. He organized that letter from nineteen zero oilman and scientists. He's saying that was impossible. You realize this makes them evil. Yes it makes you evil if you covered if you help to the chinese well for a couple of different reasons. It made the pandemic worse so many many people died as you tried to cover up. The origin cost trillions of dollars. kids not learning blah blah blah suicides. We know all this stuff. And you're helping the chinese which is an enemy of humankind so it is evil that you tried to to help. Cover this up yeah. There were some sort of prison for moral failings. I believe nasdaq would be in solitary confinement. Never see the light of day again and perhaps pouty but going on because there are a couple more key facts you need to know. The back. Corona virus grant provided eko health alliance das- attack a total of three point. One million including six hundred grand that the wuhan institute of virology used in part to identify and alter that corona viruses likely to infect humans even before the pandemic many scientists were concerned about the potential dangers associated with such experiments. The grant proposal acknowledges some of these dangers. Quoting fieldwork involves the highest risk of exposure to sars and other co vase while working in caves with high back density overhead and a potential for fecal us to be inhaled. Alina channel molecular biologist. At the broad institute said the documents show that eko health alliance has reason to take the lab theory seriously quote in this proposal. They actually point out that they know how risky this work is. They keep talking about. People potentially getting bitten and they kept records of everyone who got bitten. Does he go. Health have those records and if not how can they possibly rule out a research related accident. Well they can't obviously. They're just covering up that they only ruled it out because to rule it in would be admit responsibility for.
Why Remote Work Could Last for Two More Years
"The next one. He an article from the wall street journal. Remote work may now last for two years. Actually i've been having a lot of conversations in the last seven days about this From both sides some executive flying some some none excecutive client looking how their companies has been continued pushing. They're now pushing to january or february and that basic makes two years. You're not close to the case. Being two years out of office gave we survive. We grow the business why they want to buy and there is a lot of people. You know asking sinus interesting. Because when the beginning of the pandemic we discussed that around thirty three percent in each group you know the people like me who many years ago walkaway from dell food to people who were going to discover okay. I really like this working at home. People like what we mentioned into prior on a condo us group of people who are counting the seconds to get back to that world to live to their an old this. What is interesting is there was more movement doors that middle category that. I don't want to come back. I want to find a hybrid solution. Go once in a blue moon but not every day but still have the opportunity to buy than any of the other two extremes at least for the people who i have informally Question about it. Then he's really interesting for me because he's like okay so you discover now we have cake and now you want to make sure you make the cake i needed to so you don't want to go to the office but you want to. Have they office or when you went into go It's not how it works. It's still this is getting worry for a lot of people because there is. There is a lot of really valuable people who has been buried vocal about. I am not coming back or you figured it out or i will say that
Temi: The First Personal, Autonomous Robot for Your Home
"I wanted to spend a few minutes talking about Timmy because this is really interesting because it kind of brings the best of voice and healthcare into this personal robot. Just to sort of level set, what is Tammy? So Tammy is the world's first personal robotic voice assistant platform. And the operative keyboard there is platform because it really enables anyone to really build anything custom for their needs. So when we look at robotics, there's sort of three robots, you know, you have your utility robots that just kind of do singular things like deliver food and do just one thing and then you have Hemi which is sort of that hybrid robot that can deliver food, but it's also very engaging. So the only voice enabled Alexa platform out there that's on a robot. And then you have sort of the more humanoid robots that Mark was talking about, you know, where it's actually census things like emotions and it's got the deep learning and it's more conversational. So can you sort of write in between kind of robots? And we were fortunate during the pandemic to really accelerate innovation and sort of bring our platform onto Tam, but also put in things like an integrated remote patient launching platform. I mean, you heard Mark say that, you know, the cost of healthcare is rising. The one wants to go to the emergency room. You know, there's obviously benefits of having virtual care in a home setting. So we were able to do all those sorts of innovation on Tammy. Quickly on the specifications, I won't spend a whole lot of time on this, but the nice thing about Tammy is that it comes pre loaded with 16 sensors and they're all over this robot. They've got a LIDAR sensor at the bottom that shoots lasers so it can autonomously navigate its way around, avoiding obstacles. It's got depth cameras. It's got RGB cameras, dot proximity sensor, so it knows when someone's close by and you're going to see all of this live. It's one thing seeing a video, but it's another thing when you actually witness this thing live and you're going to see that here in a minute and all these sensors really enable tami to find its way around and avoid obstacles and of course its head is an autonomous tablet, which is really nice because you don't have to touch anything. You know, the old days of telehealth, you're pushing these cards around and touch things and, you know, you hear about 80 year old timing that's very dexterity issue you don't have to touch anything that can be just rolls in, and its head is a tablet and it's literally like having a person on the tablet communicating
The Science of Masks Is Still Uncertain
"New york magazine is on the left on occasion. It produces a non left peace new york magazine. Science of masking kids at school remains uncertain. The title is way. Way understating vic. The arguments of the article at the end of may the centers for disease control and prevention published a notable yet mostly ignored large scale. Study of cova transmission in american schools. These findings cast doubt on the impact of many of the most. Common mitigation measures measures in american schools distancing hybrid models classroom barriers hep filters and most notably requiring student. Masking were each found to not have a statistically significant benefit. I'm allowing that to sink in. This is a cbc study which needless to say made no headlines that i'm aware of in the united states but this experts say masks on children harmful or and useless to year olds have to wear masks onto airplanes. And we're proud of our society and there are people on the plane who were scared of a three year old. Not wearing a mask. I fear irrationality and i don't fear much in other words. These measures cannot be said to be effective. Many of america's peer nations around the world including the u k ireland all of scandinavia france. The netherlands switzerland italy have exempted kids with varying age. Cutoffs from wearing masks classrooms really. They must be dying. These kids must be killing teachers conspicuously. There's no evidence of more outbreaks in schools. Those countries relative to schools in the. Us does that matter. Those of you who say you follow the science and take the left wing. Positions on science are lying to yourselves.
Is This the End of Going to the Office?
"Let's hop into our first part of our stories of the week worked our productivity articles and gustavo. What's our first article this week. So the first article. It's called and of office and come from seth cuttings blog and is interesting because he's he's claiming this story of their back office. Okay worried the bike off his comes. And how this concept of the office as we understand. And he's fifteen years old or maybe a little bit more on. How is oldest changing all this pandemic all these work in remotely an older discussions that are back and forward. He goes out ical saying well. We're social created creatures. Many people need a place to go. What community to be a part of. But that doesn't mean that the nineteen fifty seven of his building may be the best way to solve the problems and it is interesting because we have seen a lot of people wanted these remote or hybrid mode to stay and it is interesting also when you look at the our societies in the past we used to have the clubs and the other places to do that social life not necessarily office that social life in the office summited much much recently in in history. So where this is going to go. I don't know but we thought any doubt it is interesting. You know as a person who has been working for more than a decade. I'd home. I don't want to go to an office building if possible ever again. Let's do a fund soon meeting There are many ways to connect that do not imply office even with people at work even with people in you know that goes to the office there so many ways to interact in a much better way than going to
Helping Your Kids 'Focus' on Zoom
"Zoom another video. Conferencing tools are here to stay as businesses press pause on the return back to offices. It also means students may continue learning remotely so zoom is introducing a new feature to help keep kids be less distracted. Yeah that's right. zoom revealed. A new mode called focus and it's aimed specifically for teaching environments such as obviously being in class During the class the way it works is if when it's run through zoom and you're using this focus mode. Teachers will be able to see every student in class but students will only see the teacher. So when a student's view you'll have the usual zoom view but instead of seeing all those faces different tiles students will only see the names of other classmates in available windows but they won't hear their peers talking if there's any and they won't see any non verbal feedback or hear them when they're on muted basically just looks like it's the student and the teacher in the zoom at all times It also works to for teachers when they want to enable screen sharing so say an instructor is trying to do some kind of presentation and kids take turns presenting stuff in class. They can basically screen share with that individual child and then everybody else can focus on that. And there's not a zillion other pop ups that are there that are distracting And we've seen zoom take several steps over the last few months to shore up its platform as americans have grown more reliant on using videoconferencing like zoom a to get through working to get through school We just saw last month. Zim zum rolled out apps so basically it just merges popular productivity and entertainment services like games directly into the zoom window and they also launched an events tool to host hybrid meetings or conferences directly within zoom. So we're seeing a lot of different changes with the platform over these last couple months. Sounds pretty interesting. i mean. unfortunately we're going to be doing zoom for the foreseeable future. It sounds like in some fashion. You know whether it's school are worker. What are happy hours. Or whatever so Sounds cool
Where Big Companies Stand on Delta Variant and Return to Office Plans
"To the office. Target planned a hybrid model in September, but corporate personnel will now be at home for the rest of the year. Lauren. What does this say about the kind of brake pumping We could see for businesses as we, You know, Lots of folks are talking about heading back to work. I mean, I think the adults a variant, you know, you see a lot of memes on Twitter that your fall plans and then the adult of area. Essentially the delta variant is very wreaking havoc on not only your fault plans but also on businesses plans to reopen, But I think it's important to note. There's a lot of folks that have been at work this entire time. And what does this mean for them? That you're seeing rising levels of covid in their community? Not everyone has the opportunity to work from home or to work from a hybrid model, So it's not. I mean, it's not just folks that you know there are folks that may get to go back to work here in the next couple months, but I do think you're seeing more corporations delay that until next year is it likely will see something from the CDC recommending moves
Hall of Fame Chicago Blackhawks Goalie Tony Esposito Dies at Age 78
"The Blackhawks lost one of their legends. The numbers retired. He's in the Hall of Fame. Do you know that Tony Esposito's last season? Was 1984? He still 10th all time in goalie winds in NHL history? Tonio is one of only 13 players in the history of the league to ever have at least 400 victories here. He was a trend center. He was one of the early pioneers of the butterfly style of goaltending, which is pretty. I mean, that's not pretty. I mean, is ubiquitous throughout the league today. I mean, the only way really goalies play. I guess. Some would argue that there is a It's a little bit of a hybrid. Maybe now more than seven. Um, but I mean, he was one of the early sort of pioneers of of that whole thing in that entire style where you got away from the stand up gold and you started. They started playing in the butterfly. Great, Great Black Hawk.
Why Fame and Success Won't Heal Your Wounds
"I found out about your story because you wrote in About your film the golden age and. I think that the thing that really struck me was that you wrote about this idea of this obsession that we have is a culture with fame which i thought this is kind of a no brainer to me because it's so important because i think that often we've prioritized fame over mastery and craft but before we get into all of that I want to start asking you. What is one of the most important things that you learn from one or both of your parents that influenced and shaped who become in what you ended up doing with your life while it's a great question Well i think you know. It's the parents came from a generation where they did what. They felt that they had to do but didn't necessarily want to do you. Know of course have a traditional family. My father was an attorney. My mom was like come dance teacher. And but secretly. My mom always wanted to be a singer. My dad was this really great saxophonist and they both loved jazz. And the irony. And i talked about it a little bit in this book. That accompanies the film released later. This fall as the irony is. I became like the hybrid of what they really wanted to do at an a generation where they couldn't my dad to be a musician. My mom wanted to be a singer. And it's like i became a high bit of what they wanted to do. Was kinda strange but i. I've learned so much from them especially like my love of music like my dad was incredibly large beach. Roy beach boys fan and as a kid. I just couldn't stand. Listen to that music but i realize you know i didn't realize brian wilson's genius as a child and and now i realize how much brian wilson's affected my life and how important they are in my life and it was almost like i had to go through all this crazy tutelage with my father. He was an alcoholic and abusive a gun into it into the film a little bit but it was like he was training me. You know with all these jazz records than the beatles and you all these different bands but especially the beach boys. And it's like i get so obsessive recording with all the production stuff and i can't just make regular album it's like oh here's me on piano singing. It's like i have to do my brian wilson and i i realized that was kind of the badness of being raised by my father's like he was training me for something that i didn't even
Automakers React to President Biden's Electric Vehicle Announcement
"News is the president coming out with his statement in our automotive industry is already responding and reacting. Yeah, I think that there was there were conversations earlier in the week. Amongst all the stakeholders that have gotten us to today, and what we're seeing is as GM and Ford insta Lantos have issued a statement that they're also targeting Between 40 and 50% electric vehicle sales by 2030 in the United States and for them. This is going to include fuel cell vehicles, battery electric vehicles and plug in hybrid electric vehicles as well. Um and and the president is going to move forward and trying to adapt the California framework. That was an agreement that between California and several automakers a couple of years ago, try and move forward. And and get better relations and the road quickly.
Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over ‘Black Widow’ Release
"The Black Widow is gunning for Walt Disney to go back to work Scarlett Johannson is suing the Walt Disney company the stars potential earnings were tied to the box office performance of the film Black Widow in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles the star who's also an executive producer center contract guaranteed exclusive theatrical release the company released it simultaneously in theaters and on its streaming service Disney plus for a thirty dollar rental the lawsuit says Disney intentionally induced marbles breach of the agreement without justification after a pandemic delay Black Widow debuted to a hundred and fifty eight million dollar earnings but grosses declined sharply after its first weekend hybrid streaming releases are becoming the norm although the national association of theatre owners has issued a statement criticizing the strategy saying it lends itself to lost profits and piracy I'm Jennifer king
Volatility in the Greenbay Packers Creates Betting Opportunity
"Let's get right to it. Number one story volatility in the green bay packers so obviously a lot of questions about aaron rodgers was gonna play and what the books did is initially. They went in lowered. Green bay season win number from ten and a half down to nine and that really was a hybrid number that assumed the at about a two thirds chance to go ahead and stay in green bay and they left it up and then finally the books rightfully so were afraid that there'd be resolution on this matter and rogers would be reported in or out and a lot of the books did indeed take it off the board which was a smart move because inevitably the tweet came out that rogers was going to report to camp and things returned back to what the expectation was earlier in the year that green bay would be one of the contenders in the nfc. With rogers their season wind goes back up to ten and a half and with that volatility created some opportunity in terms of betting. You don't see this every day in the nfl. Last thursday night. I bet green bay against the saints. I bet green bay plus three this. Nfl week one lines turn right around. Today it's a wednesday. And what about the saints plus three and frankly with my With the current situation for the packers. I would rate green bay. Don't have to guess. I have my numbers here. Preliminary numbers still tweaking all of them get green bay four points better than average team. I have the saints as an average team. So four point differential give the saints at least three for their home field advantage. That would only make the game one. So given that solid value for the saints catching three in this game. Of course you do have to be concerned about brand new quarterback for the saints and them not having michael. Thomas who frankly wasn't any good last year as well but At this point the line just moved enough. That i think that the saints plus two three would have the
Choosing Not to Care Changed My Business for the Better
"Not to care. Was the single biggest thing that shifted things for me in my business. I remember the days where i was. I'd in a cold sweat hosting and social media for the first time for the complete fear of wondering what my ex corporate colleagues would have thought about me or said about me or people in my local village. We're going to say and think. And here's the thing when i was staying safe when he was hiding like that my business was completely stop. I couldn't get clients. Because i was trying to do everything as the invisible woman so choosing not to care was the single biggest thing that transformed everything for me in my business choosing not to care. What are people thinking choosing not to care. What are people saying. What are they saying to each other and my advice to you is literally be like who cares because they are not living your life. They don't know what it is like to be an entrepreneur. They don't know what it's like to have the dreams that we have to dream at the empire that you're going to have the life that you are going to change as i always say we are not normal people. We are wired differently so choosing not to care choosing not to care but the judgment and what people are saying and all of that kind of thing is so so critical going all in is one of the most freeing things that you will ever do and when you're kind of in that hybrid mode where you're half in half. I'd you haven't gone all you won't be getting the results that you know you can get so please for me today. Choose to go all in and choose not to care what anybody thinks because they aren't living your life and you'll hear me say this over and over again in this podcast but everything comes down to choice.
ON24 Chief Marketing Officer Steve Daheb Describes The Hybrid Future Of Marketing
"Yesterday we talked about basically the transition. We've all gone through not just for marketers. Where probably relatively familiar with webinars and digital events but there are other industries that were forced to go digital. And now we're sort of faced with this new normal of we've all understood the power of digital technology and digital events but we kind of are used to going to in-person events so we're facing this hybrid future of marketing. Talk me a little bit about what that means. What is the hybrid future of marketing to you. When sort of interesting thing to think of his since we have gone through this change in cheer point we've experienced these benefits of digital engagement. It's like as we move to including physical events in our marketing in our engagement. How do we make sure that we still retain those benefits that we've all enjoy going to digital i whether it's extended reach or his idea continuous engagement for the first person data or even were able to get a lot of this data on the integrated into our ecosystems. And so i think what we found was a lot of us just sort of had to move to digital first and then i think like so many things. Maybe you're forced to do that. I don't know my dad or mom amy. Do you realize there's actually worse in. It's sort of a better way. But i do think for many less. We do want to get back to more of a hybrid type rudge so blending that digital engagement with physical and one of the things that we're looking at doing hopkin to our customers about is actually how to trade a single integrated call it simultaneous experience for both in person and virtual attendance because that gives you the benefits of maybe not. Everybody's gonna comment verse or a lot of companies. Ray able to broaden their reach instead of getting people at a particular location that they have a flyer to disengagement web in our. Let's use sort of anybody at ten wherever they want. And you can rerun it or have it on demand so one of the things that were focused on is providing what we're calling hybrid audience engagement. There were audiences whether they're physical or virtual. They can do the same presentations they can interact with the same digital content. They can participate in the same polls and surveys request trials or demos in. Even we'd have this idea of breakout rooms. Were once a presentation. Estan bunch of those to jump out into breakout rooms in network. Imagine you can do. Hybrid breakout rooms. Where those who might be in person as well as those who might be attending remotely can still network together so we think it's interesting how it's gonna
"hybrid" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"We go guys pretty. That's kind of cool and even like danae that israeli defense minister. I think he's really and that guy that came out and called trump out for like not showing the not telling the citizens about what the alien stuff they discovered and they're like in israel. They're kind of admitting stuff like the general omitted guy. We don't know what the fuck somebody's objects are. They will be from outer space. They're definitely not things we've ever seen before. Like some countries do come out more than others. Ours is not at all hybrid. Children community members refute the airforce though they said that the phoenix lights were actually just the spaceships. That aliens flew the full round according to the hybrid children website. There's five races of human and alien hybrids not including the newest wave of the hybrid descendants. These three races are yet unnamed. Don't even know yet what these aliens are allegedly. Shailene ya jesus race. This is a race of beings of the shy linga. Ya shelling the saying that butchering but don't give a shit linked. I need to know the exact pronunciation. So i can tell my friends about s. h. a. I need. I need you to pronounce it correctly shea ling shea street fighter does it does actually that that young shame shalin. Y'all the shalin. Y'all race i started..
"hybrid" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"That's a lot still a lot of hybrid children. I might one girlfriend was pregnant with a centaur once why x. because shiite shit she she was a bowl and and at half human or does she. Was it look a half dog. because then you'd be a bitch. Whatever stupid that was for the hybrid show. The community members believe that their hybrid children live in a different frequency. In another dimension so hybrid. Children are even fucking real. Use psychotic fuck it could exist. Billy anything is possible. You never know. It's fucking certain that it's not. I've seen some hybrid shoulder man. Your mom claimed you get abducted in mexico and then a bunch of horny alien mexicans funk probably you were born since the children are totally in inaccessible. They're not in a place that they can actually access right so the communication occurs primarily through. Dream is so they have dreams about the crazy looking hybrid. That's why they believe it because they dreamt to. That's those are facts when you when you dream something. It's like known to one hundred percent all the time. Be one hundred percents. Sure so. I had a lot of crazy things in my life. Happened at all. Ofek all right. So the human parents teach third or ascendants about the human race during these dream sessions. So they're these which is still like the alien parents say they're now than this community and they're like no medicine with me and think about your hybrid baby think about it is do. Are you in touch with jim. Glacto i keep thinking of like an alienated galactosyl clitoris. Yeah that could be now soon soon. We'll probably see names like that. Man people authorities storm and rain and fucking hippies doing that forever. i know this is. This is a rock to be fair hippie..
"hybrid" Discussed on Before Breakfast
"Good morning. this is laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to get your hybrid schedule. Bright lots of organizations are moving people back into physical offices at least part of the time but there is a lot more flexibility now than in the past so this can be a great opportunity to consider how you work best and what might make your work life balance possible. This episode was inspired by a question. I am getting a lot. these days. People note that their organizations want them to work in the office three days per week and at home two days per week. So which days would they like to work from home on some level. This isn't quite the right question. True flexibility means working from home when it works. Best for you which could change week to week this week. Your kid has a special lunch at school on wednesday so it would be good to work from home that day so you can dart over and back without losing too much work time or maybe you look at the traffic tuesday morning and see that there's a gigantic star on the bridge. You have to take to get to the office rather than sit in a solid hour of traffic. You decide that. That is a good day to work from home. But i know a lot of teams like to coordinate in-office coverage or when would be best for meetings and many people like to create a weekly rhythm that they can plan on. So i understand the impulse to designate. Which days will be worked from home days. That just leaves the question which days my first bit of advice don't automatically pick fridays. This is probably the most common choice and pre pandemic. it was basically the only day. Many places would allow people to work from home but friday tends to end earlier anyways so if it helps your work life balance to be home earlier you will automatically do that on fridays. You want to find different days where your work life balance could be improved. If you've an awful commute my choice would be to work from home. On tuesdays and thursdays this can make a bad commute more bearable. Because you never have to do it twice in a row. If you have trouble concentrating in the office my vote would be wednesdays and thursdays. You can schedule your meetings for mondays and tuesdays and have social time then on wednesdays and thursdays you can hunker down and work from home on your individual deliverables and of course. Friday is the slow day with lots of other people working from home. Then you can probably concentrate in the office. Brilliant if you are experimenting with living far from your office not just a long commute but maybe you have a weekend house or something like that. Then i'd recommend choosing to consecutive days to work from home wherever that home happens to be the most obvious choices thursday and friday. You can head out wednesday night if that works for your family schedule and head back sometime sunday. The alternative is to use monday and tuesday as work from home days. I kinda love this idea. Because honestly i think working from home is more productive than working in most offices but i know it might be hard to pull off in many places. Monday and tuesday do tend to be the kickoff days for many projects in those do tend to be the big meeting days so that is something to keep in mind. One idea to put out there is to shift hours even on the days. Do go into the office. There is no law that says those hours have to be nine to five as we have seen during the pandemic if the work gets done when it gets done and where it gets done are not quite so relevant so if your organization has pledged to be more flexible and you would really prefer to work early. You might see about doing a schedule of say seven to three or even six to two if you are more of a night owl preps ten to six or eleven to seven would allow you to be more productive. Plus if people stagger their commutes the roads will be better for everyone in any case. Think about how you work best what days you tend to do what kind of work and what the rest of your life looks like then think about how a hybrid schedule can best support all that. My hope is that there will be a lot more happy people. When fewer organizations are demanding people be in their desks from nine to five monday to friday. We have seen in the last year that this isn't absolutely necessary for most knowledge work. Let's keep those lessons to create a better way of working moving forward in the meantime. This is laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody i'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter. Facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast p. o. d. you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts. At iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. I look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows hey listeners. You know that when it comes to your schedule. I tell you to question everything. Well hyundai questions. everything to. 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Working From Home: Get Your Hybrid Schedule Right
"Of organizations are moving people back into physical offices at least part of the time but there is a lot more flexibility now than in the past so this can be a great opportunity to consider how you work best and what might make your work life balance possible. This episode was inspired by a question. I am getting a lot. these days. People note that their organizations want them to work in the office three days per week and at home two days per week. So which days would they like to work from home on some level. This isn't quite the right question. True flexibility means working from home when it works. Best for you which could change week to week this week. Your kid has a special lunch at school on wednesday so it would be good to work from home that day so you can dart over and back without losing too much work time or maybe you look at the traffic tuesday morning and see that there's a gigantic star on the bridge. You have to take to get to the office rather than sit in a solid hour of traffic. You decide that. That is a good day to work from home. But i know a lot of teams like to coordinate in-office coverage or when would be best for meetings and many people like to create a weekly rhythm that they can plan on. So i understand the impulse to designate. Which days will be worked from home days. That just leaves the question which days my first bit of advice don't automatically pick fridays. This is probably the most common choice and pre pandemic. it was basically the only day. Many places would allow people to work from home but friday tends to end earlier anyways so if it helps your work life balance to be home earlier you will automatically do that on fridays. You want to find different days where your work life balance could be improved. If you've an awful commute my choice would be to work from home. On tuesdays and thursdays this can make a bad commute more bearable. Because you never have to do it twice in a row.
How Your Own Experiences Can Inspire Others
"If you want to inspire of us looked yourself and ask your getting out the whole process of content creation from my side. I think if every new initiative experimental can learn from sharing why discovers. I'd give a loan when you immersing yourself in something it helps to have a platform from which you can aerate and explain your own trial era. Success and understanding. The reason i do this is to give myself a clear. Review of the present for instance when we started our zoom shows with you the media online in march twenty twenty i believe we could create productions not just weapon us and as the pandemic tightened its grip those who are already creating content found. They just keep going well. When we launched you the media in bristol. we filled pob. And how did that happen because initially when the event was first announced we had to six people book on and we found ourselves having to cancel the event another reason is that as we delivered the first hybrid event in july. I shed how i thought. This format could work for businesses. Would you block or share audio or video. It's not just about attracting clicks shares and engagement and achieving an uptick in awareness and reach. It's also a way of sharing your own learning to check back in with yourself and help abbas benefit from that. It's not about sharing successes around product dates or self congratulatory messages of client or award. Wins thinking through taking a scrapbook approach of frigging figuring things out in plain sight having a place document but also knowing that you're not always going to get it right is important. It doesn't always have to be about who is reading watching listening. But your own goal of creating and charting break. Foods and realizations
"hybrid" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"We all know the challenges of working from home from spotty internet connections to taking care of children. It can be daunting but work from home. Hasn't just been challenging for employees. It's also been a headache for. It teams trying to protect their company's cybersecurity now as more employees get vaccinated. Many offices are moving to what they're calling hybrid work a few days in the office a few days out every week. That means more places to log in and potentially more risk cybersecurity and cyber attacks have been in the headlines a lot lately we spoke earlier about colonial pipeline. Ceo's upcoming appearance before congress at a press conference yesterday. The federal government's urged companies to step up their defenses. Here's deputy attorney. General lisa monaco. The threat of severe ransomware attacks pose a clear and present danger to your organization to your company to your customers to your shareholders and to your long term success so pay attention now invest resources now failure to do so could be the difference between being secure now or a victim later. So how are. It departments coping wsj report. James rundle covers corporate cybersecurity. He joins me now from new york. James good morning. Good morning james. If you look at the recent data the world economic forum estimates that cyber attacks more than tripled globally between february and april twenty twenty so basically from the time before the pandemic lockdowns to the point where many. Us office workers working from home. What are the big areas of concern for. It departments and what kind of strategies did they employ to try and bring this number down. Well the big concern for. It departments was that for the first time. The bulk of their workforce was working remotely. They were out the office. They also the traditional defenses that guarded corporate networks from hackers so the strategies they employed at the start were pretty rushed to be on a lot of people really scrambled to set up ways in which they could have what for log insecurity ways in which they can do their jobs from home and so a lot of people turn to cloud that works to virtual private networks to a lot of technologies that they had to sort of patch him pretty quickly and since then it's been a game of catching up for a lot of people try to expand the capacity expand their integration. Understand exactly how they can keep the work for safe. A lot of plans to expand that were accelerated quite quickly. Something that would have perhaps been on the docket for four or five years suddenly reduced to four or five months time and we've seen lots of companies have really changed the way. They work a lot faster than they otherwise would have done. James now is companies switch into hybrid. What are some of the new challenges. They are facing well the challenges. They have to do both things they used to and have had to get to grips with during the pandemic at once so before the pandemic would have all your workers in the office maybe a few remotes during the pandemic ever almost remote. So you're supporting those specific infrastructures. Now that we have hybrid coming into focus that well some people in the office for some days out the officer others. You really have to maintain both environments. It sir is a challenge for it specialist look just from a skills perspective but from a budget of as well and so what will this new hybrid environment mean for employees. We're used to things like authenticating password. Keeping them updated but are there other security measures in the works. Yeah obsolete visible to employees others will be less so until quite both on the visible fronts. A lot of security chiefs of worried that if people are using devices for personal use such as downloading apps or on my banking or shopping or whatever they might have picked up something nasty so a lot of employees might find when they come back to the office that they have to give what devices to receive security patches to be checked by the it department to make sure that they clean and then the backgrounds. There are other things going on the low people talking about this concept. Zero trust is particularly important. Well explain that to me. What is zero trust so typically cybersecurity defences have been positioned as fortress walls to keep people outs. But we found that. That's not always the best way to do. It has no matter how good your defenses is on a matter. How was are someone's gonna get over at some point so zero trust assumes that hackers are already inside the network and the it stops team is to make sure they can cause little damage as possible so essentially a lot of employees will see the what goes on but in the background. Their devices that logan's we constantly checks and questioned so much busier time for the teaching. What's the bottom line. Are the cybersecurity measures enough to protect this kind of thing from happening. And what could the damage be if they can't frankly. The current cyber security measures that companies employ onset of and we saw that the other day with the white house sending out an open letter to us companies saying listen. We really need you to work with us. On this and invest invested your cyber security and make sure that you are not easy targets for cybercriminals whether that's nation state attack is or whether that's ransomware gangs or anything else and we've already seen the damage that can happen. If that investment doesn't occur cleaner pipeline. Shut down for six days and gas prices driven up to the highest point in six years. the jbs meat processing plant attack could have been much worse if they want Prepared we've done it. See on that front. So everyone is saying from the governments to cyber security specialists to everyone in between what people are doing is not enough and it needs to be improved. Otherwise damage could be beyond what we've seen for james rendel on the corporate cybersecurity beat james many. Thanks thank.
"hybrid" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"Bill hater into. What's the douzaine patrick. That plays like the older liquid mental. Man the t. One thousand yeah. Yeah it's t one thousand. I don't know what it is. But what's that that. I don't have to bill haters. Face really these deepfake videos man. They're they're they're scared again. I know this is why they're scary is because you don't know like they could be making these videos of people throughout like the internet and not labeled them a deepfake and sometimes you wouldn't know if it was real or not like they could make people say things and do things that they have never done and that is terrifying. Because i don't want to be put on the face of kim kardashian and be out in the world as someone like that. You don't want to be a sex symbol right. I'm not a sex symbol. I know the clothing. I wear it. Yeah it makes people think certain things. Okay and when when i wear a zip up hooded sweatshirt. sometimes. I have zipped down but don't look at me as a piece of meat kris okay. It's annoying in. I'm sick of it fair enough. I was listening to this guy. Joe rogan listening to a lot of joe rogan recently in the tractor and they were talking about the next like evolution of a and how they're not really there's companies out there that are working on. They think that we're going to get to the point in not too distant future probably in our lifetime. Where like basically when you die. They'll be able to take all of the audio and video everything and basically recreate you digitally. Were you the one that was telling me that they can download your dna. No yeah we had a conversation about this really. Yeah where they were like they were putting. They were writing your dna onto like a like a plash. Drive to where you were like saved forever. And then they could rewrite that. Dna into human being have the technology to synthesize a human being true. They will eventually but this one was more like you do that. Like a pig heart. I don't know like isn't like most pig anatomy like put into humans all the time. I don't know that's why they do the monkey hybrids so they can get like what we talked about it on the show. I forget these things human monkey high. They made human monkey matching pansies. Human monkey embryos. I don't remember they're making. It makes you feel so uncomfortable did did they like one grown yes. They've you're growing them but not like to raise them up the ideas that they'll be able to like create organs like grow organs. But is there a human monkey walking around didn't elaborate now. I mean in a cell. Listen in china to proudly is yeah. You're right. I wanna see it. I mean it wasn't a china recently. They did those leave modify children. They like gruesome kids. They genetically modified some embryos to be so they were..
"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
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"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"The hands going up. I wish i knew what the fuck she was talking about. With the tax without representation. I'm gonna guess it from the book of palin chapter huckabee understanding though the council of what our primaries were. We gave direct message to our city to toward the priorities. Were astle so remember. The city every member of the city of buildings that vote san is a resident. These represented on city council and our job as c. council members is actually to represent our constituents base when we do not vote. The priorities are for city council. So numbers attention did happen. Did occur if we as an individual person how eater era of mass issue with certain bill. Seren helena the pulsa but we voted on on this on council hers and we majority vote and interacting systems status. I think that's important tracers masses getting more certain great job on behalf of the city of thank you. So the phrase taxation without representation is a huge reputation because we are representation. Well i hope by the raptors say that again accounts got him. And okay can see if i can rewind. Can you your shirt. So i just have two more than anything on some of the the bills senate bills and house bills that have been presented and use lobbyists have sitting has officially homes those who supported certain things. I think one of those specific lynch special districts for some we do think that hospice special districts. The has the flavor of counsel at any given time wavering that they can raise those assessments. And it's all to point taxation without representation elmer into those and so just four against the public to know that all of council desert breeding with syllabus stances. And we have that imposed those and that's fine. I just. I just felt like it was important to say that for the public so that they know that. Not everyone council book. And another thing well aware charleston south missoula representative districts representation of the city of missoula to thank you. Yeah thank you. that's piggyback on that. I look at penny's face up and are you serious. She.
"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"House replacement. I'm not sure what that is anyway. So you have. Frank is probably one you know. I could be at home having some some tea. Can we do that again. Thank you mr moore. So mike on what are your size. Where has the recommended heart development. I too salty development. You have south wall and bath house replacement. I'm not sure what that is. Yeah i don't either. It's a. It's a bath house. Oh gosh weird okay. Just i feel on the viewers or listeners. Some whitney south part of bath house in pool that south park pool. It's bath house. That's been there since the beginning of time just wanting to replace that put that in the capital improvement plan for the parks as discussing on the fifteenth. Believe think that sounds right there should also be a little bit of money and therefore refurbishing sky point. Oh boy what's happening there Sales are worn out. They're supposed to be replaced after ten years. It's been twenty years. They're they're a little threadbare that got some holes and needs a couple of paint touch-ups touch-ups the degrees forty. Should we see what they're doing. Oh it's still amy one zero nine thirty so we don't have a corum. Have you ever have you ever gone to hell enough or anything like this. No i have not. They loved to make meetings really really early in the morning so nobody can show up for him that great. Yeah we had to be in helena at seven o'clock for a meeting once and so we left to billings at three thirty. Am so we could get there in time out of yeah never really understood why they would hold the legislature at this point. You're like should we not hold the legislature in the middle winner in the middle of flu season. Now we should keep doing. This is the way we've always done so we should do it like this. Just all right. That's eight hours from any other point in the states. No big deal god. Should we see. Here's a no no context in the wild so.
"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"Comment planned. Parenthood window bulletproof. Why why she dick cheney to make it look like to make sure that they know it's them giving public comment. They did to see the lips. Moving gotta be further listener at home or in your car. Pooping or whatever. You're doing frank. Just put his mask back on after taking asking this question the effectiveness or the longevity of the vaccine. How was wondering who's asking john felton. Our local county health officer. How long are the last you betcha magnificence magnificently demonstrated. How you put back on them. Ask it was flawless. Wanted exactly strapped it. One ear stretched it right over his face and a proper motion and then yanked it right off of his nose in the upper lip on it. Just like you're supposed to do. Yep dislike a like a frank would do. Yeah what would frank do. That's what we need community. Seven television one person watching now on youtube stream. It's real popular show yup getting whereas he's going over to work station. I don't know what he's doing audit. Let's go where the twenty second what happened on that one. Everything.
"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"Into his hand. Those sassy i liked it. Good for him. Good for him march fifteenth. I kind of miss completely. I've been busy. I'm not gonna lie. Yeah fulltime job. Obviously okay. I keep saying that. That's like you know could call ski. Mania run wild nuking block. i just got here. I don't know what's going on. It's pretty much that excuse. That is gravitated out of my face mouth. All right a happens. I don't think anything happened. The march fifteenth one. So much we can shit again and we've got all sorts of stuff. We can just see if i can find the city council work session. I know i watched some of it. Yeah i've been getting about ten minutes into him and falling asleep. I shouldn't put him on at ten thirty. Okay was all laying down in bed but miracle could not be clearly hurt. So he's mask is now down and screaming into the camera and to the crowd. Just wanna see got. Amy grow mollahs. Who is amy grimala. Well i'm glad you asked out there. Listener. she is the one of the chief lobbyists along with gregg during from crowley flack. Who lobbies four billings. Because it does say greg don't under her face. Oh my goodness background. Yeah look at that gorgeous. A up by the later okay. Let me see here. I'm going to see what the agenda was for. The march fifteenth see if it rings any covert update legislative update trust for public lands conservation. Finance feasability study park funding. That was the and count council priorities or that one's a good one. We skipped six plane. Wave why the priorities and then we skip the meeting where they discussed the council priorities. But i can tell you what. It probably is without even listening to dan meeting. We need to get all the homeless people out of downtown yup We need that means more to cops. We need a supermax gaol. We know we need to build up at yellowstone county detention center. We wanna go up. Who want to build a skyscraper of detention south of buildings there. And what else with nine descending rings of punishment ooh all the way down to the frozen lake at the bottom like it man keep developing the skyline trail that i get it probably Yeah and make sure that single family zoning never goes away absolutely the fewer people per square foot. The better That's the way to build an efficient town. Oh what are they doing. A gypsies l. mask off mass off pam on your shields off just primarily through the unity being programs are set up your the pharmacies also on the hospitals out is a community planning to read about slash. Those are all the washington getting there. They're not seen through a direct allocation. And we don't know have that number is the state department mopping up some requested. The.
"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"The perks and benefits. That do come along with that. Which aren't a lot but you get to be called robocup level member so but that on your resume it's worth good indeed dot com and put that on the on your resume. I'm pretty sure they'll go. Yup hired so like. I said this week is the first hybrid meeting. We've got people council members at home and we got council members in the library. I don't see city hall so they must not be involved so it looks like just the library and people at home so he got joy niece. Ewald y'all way. Is cole their calls at the library. Calls at the library joys. Not at the library. Oh is she. I think it is. I think you might be ready to go. Panda or can you always think we're just gonna computer. And i think you can just touch the button. I'm like oh wait. They're just us. As their control. In control you're just a byproduct of i guess. Technology age growing up and now. We're learning boomers here so we don't know what's going on. Yeah we're about this episode. I think we're about three weeks again behind. So we missed the fifteenth or whatever eighth fifteenth and twenty seconds so we missed two regular sessions and one work session agenda. What does that mean. you're asking well. Let us inform you. So the regular session just to refresh her. We all know your these senior lever level private first class sergeant major robocop with members all know this but regular sessions is where the business happens. Actual decisions get made the real shit money starts. Flowing cast starts flying It's we're going to the atm zones. Get to change and we're going out network we're gonna pay that five dollar fee on that we're going to start cash and checks. That's basically what regular. Jenny is so they vote on stuff. Writing checks mostly. Yep they prove work orders and zone changes and yada yada yada and a work session is more of an informal setting. There isn't a prayer before that one which is probably way should be all the time but who you know government you have to pray to christian god before you doing in the united states so all the way back on the eighth so about a month ago they finally. Oh my god. We've gone to a wide screen so we can actually get. There is a public school comments square in the. Oh god now. it's kind of. Oh jesus john's our screen share and again. We're going to hop back and forth between like i said history being made this is like watching. What's good historical. Ventoux reference against a spilling city council like Gettysburg address gettysburg address. Yeah supposedly what ten years ago. Ground zero yeah. Yeah yeah or like. Mlk's march on washington. Okay seventeen march or march or some. Oh yeah yep. That's the one okay. That's.
"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"Around shiels did allow women to works. I suppose there are some small differences between the good. You can really see the current for person city council meeting here. Frank get it together buddy. What's up a mask could. Are you think franks inoculated look at our stats completely covered up by all the people that's really really really informative good stuff so this is The this is the april fifth fifth. Two thousand twenty one edition. Friday pack was talking. Stout it's a. It's a special live edition here on the package. We've really outfitted the the dump two point. Oh studios with the finest of technologies and we are watching a history basically watching history right now. We need one for the graham. We're watching the first hybrid meeting and billing city council history and the entire. I'm going to go with twenty twenty year. I a longtime this dismal rough concrete while in the back and shit on the floor. They can't tell what's going on. That's fine where they are. This is a show about local billing city council circling the number thirty seven oak now. We got back hangover. This is really enthralling them. Love and this Boca podcast about billings goings ons mostly about the city council and news. In such around the city abilities montana thriving metropolis that provides all the revenue for the state of the montana to take away from billings and ordered for themselves dragon sitting on top of gold as a really nice way to describe it. I think so. -solutely dragons name is helena. We're on he gets questions concerns. You can go to.
"hybrid" Discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"I hybrid meeting ape role death. Twenty twenty one is at the final countdown. Final countdown day. It's fine oh four. Three two one four three two one. Yeah we miss that one day real tragic did but yeah. We're watching history here. We got cosmopolitan with giant piece of pyrex on her face council members now doing remote stuff. It's really blowing my mind. What are we talking about today. On the podcast. It's kind of abbreviated it's disheveled. It's all over the place the scattershot it's buckshot of a of a show. We're going to ask shots a lot. More accurate than we've been fucking target load. What are we today. what do you want we. We've been drinking basil hanes with drinking green dot irish whiskey ordering spot single pot. Still irish whiskey finished in bordeaux wine casks it's satisfying satisfying irish. Whiskey is triple distilled. Yeah if you like This is i feel like it's a step up from my breast. It's really good. Yeah it's good. And i've i've compared it to basil hayden and so far today to your palate is refined at this point. It's numbed just. I'm drinking water. No i don't think either of us are real sure what we talked about today but we meandered through three. Maybe three well three and a half really because we're this is one of the meetings right here right because we had one of those mysterious mondays. There wasn't a meeting in the intervening time since the last year last recording. I hope we get an explanation of that sometime during the show. I'm feeling like we probably will we. We started out with the good old March fifteenth further back. Went to eight thousand eight probably.
"hybrid" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast
"The creative confidence series. I'm suzanne gifts howard founder and dean of ideo. You and. I'm thrilled that you're here with us today. I also want to have a special welcome to our guest today. Sasha connor thank you for joining us again. Thanks for having me. Sasha is the founder of virtual work insider in organization that helps to coach organizations to work more seamlessly across distance. So i'm sure you can already see how relevant that is your world today and so what we wanted to do. Today is bring sasha back. I met her just over a year ago. it was a time when the covid nineteen pandemic was unfolding itself across our society and all of us had our heads spinning trying to figure out how we were going to do this remote work thing wild taking care of all of the other things that were going on in our lives and for many people absolutely still are so. Sasha came in with us at that time. It was one of our most attended podcasts. Ever sharing tips and tricks for being part of a remote workforce as today what we wanna do is come back and take stock on where we are. Now you know is in person work dead. Sasha i don't think so we think we're going to something that's more like a hybrid is workforce some remote some in person. And so we're going to talk about that today. That's the first thing. What is this hybridize work for us. How can we peek into the future through the eyes of sasha get some insight into that number two. We're going to talk about things that you can do. To thrive in a remote and hybrid workforce and three will talk about combatting remote fatigue and some particular things that you can do with culture in order to get there so with that sash wanted to get us all started with a tiny warm up. And then sasha's gonna tell us why these warm ups actually matter so the up we have for us. Could everybody's share one thing that is new but also positive in their life and sasha. Maybe you can started sharing. What's new and positive in your life and the talk about remote warm-ups hi.
"hybrid" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"There's those other people that they look for those degrees accolades as people that they they wanNA know if they if you know what the proof in the pudding as before they moved forward. That's you. You know really you can establish every bridge of trust to being the duality of those two things, and clearly that's what you guys have going on over at hybrid. Now. At what point in your career did you decide? The hybrid method is something I want do or you and Hayden more maybe a both on board into into the the idea in its entirety. So Hayden had a head. Start in you know in the industry fitness of about three years. He had started another really successful profitable. Business. With someone else was called working against gravity, and it was a nutrition consulting business. To help athletes and non athletes you know, understand nutrition better, and whatever reached their body opposition goals. They did us for about three years, and were super successful than when Hayden met me, he ended up. You know having some issues with his previous partner ended up selling his shares, and there was a time here there where you're just kind of brainstorming right like eight and Hod. We had just met a few months prior. To starting hybrid and moved to the states we were talking about. What's he gonNA do next. I was in physical therapy school at the moment and I told him I'd I'd support whatever he whatever he decides to do whatever it. Yeah, he has a one hundred percent back, but I didn't quite understand the base right like the online fitness market at all. I didn't understand how much opportunity there was there in. He did right, so that's why he pushed to start another online fitness business so at time. I was training mainly on a big weightlifting and he was training mainly powerlifting with some Olympic weightlifting. And as we kept training started, we started gravitating towards incorporating aspects of both Olympic lifting are lifting and bodybuilding. Because it was essentially the three, the three things that we were interested in right, we wanted to be athletic. Move quickly we wanted to look good naked and was closed on. We also wanted to be as. Strong as we could a strongest possible, so that's. How high the idea of highway training program started, and what was interesting was that there was a very genuine response from You know people who used to follow us on social media that time I, had maybe like I dunno five thousand followers in Aden out like twelve thousand followers I used to think he was famous. Sending slid into. I. Listen to my. DM's. I'm like damn famous a famous. But you know there was a very genuine responds to what we were doing and a lot of curiosity so. Hayden at. He didn't actually pitch the idea. Like Hey, we should sell these work programmes. Apparently enough people are interested in IT PEOPLE WANNA. Learn how they can be strong, athletic and look good all at the same time, so maybe this is something we should offer, and I'll be the first man in Yanni's that I when he pitched was like. Now you're crazy. Why would? WOULD PEOPLE WANNA learn from us. You know we're nobody's you know we. We don't know there's so many people that know more than us that are more more well known than us I just couldn't see how it would work, but like I said I will support whatever he wants to do, so we decided to invest in a hiring a full suffer developing team. And kind of wanted to differentiate ourselves from other people who were offering workout programs at that time by being professional, and you know having having a a method of delivery for our our work plan. That was different and that was easy to use and. You know that just look more professional. We were after something that was really important for us. Was building our own brand? In making sure that we did right from the beginning so anyway you know we build the software and posted on our both of our social media that we wanted that we were looking for existing Beta testers. We're like hey. We need fifty people to test our software. See See how this works. seaview like the workouts if you like this format and seats, the method of delivery and give feedback at the end for free. And we ended up having about four hundred applications at the. At the end of the day in that for me was Kinda like that FM woman like. Maybe we do have something interesting here. But from that to become to. We're becoming what it is today. I honestly had no idea that it had the potential to become what it is today. I'm cast him and you guys. You had set in place, so that's obviously something that was very structural when it comes to the foundation of Hybrid, but what other primary components were also set in place. That sort helped you guys launch. finished. Components time he members if you said you had, the workout plans obviously but. Knowing. Mean at the beginning was very simple. We only had one program that we offered it was. That hybrid method knows that the company she knows what a bodybuilding powerlifting weightlifting and every single thing was handled by eight and a night. You know we we. We didn't have a team yet. We always spoke about we and the team. We wanted to appear way larger than we actually were. Hidden and I were hustling to answer customer service emails all day long. We had a facebook that we had to monitor you know make sure that we're allowing people to get in than kicking people out the council Making sure that we put out the exercise examples. If people didn't know what to do, so you know honestly like we didn't do much more especially at the beginning because I said we didn't know what it could have become an in, and that's one of. That's one of the the the most. The most valuable lessons that I learned is that you don't really know nothing to lose by naked or stabbing the? Proceeds from the beginning to make sure that you're building a sound. In solid organizational structure! Because from there on you know yet. We get adding people to the team to help us, you know. Manage customer service to help us expand in, you know, get into other space, says to help us with branding marketing, but it was very informal in. It was very scattered, and you know there was. There was no structure at all, and eventually that bites you in the ass. So now now. We're paying for a lot of mistakes that we did that. We made the beginning and You know some of 'em are really have been really really really challenging over the last year or so in the you know. We're just trying to to make up for for small things that we didn't do at the beginning. Sounds like a lot of entrepreneurs they have that mom and pop type mentality going into their kind of just figuring things out as it happens jumping in the deep end, so to speak, and then you end up paying for it later, but you also realize that you can't do everything by yourself, and as you guys grow and expand. You had to build your team now. You guys have an all star team. Nutrition Gymnastics Olympic power and cross fit style lifting coaches. How did you go about seeking everyone out? How did you decide on long run candidates? you know those were all that we've been. Floyd have been people that either. We know personally or people who've been reverse to by people that we know. So. The hiring process out I'll I'll admit this. The Harry's rushed to. The beginning was not great. You know is more. Everything was like handshake agreement? Oh you WanNa be a across coach You've you've done across that are to. You. Seem like you know what you're talking about. Hop on like. Let's do this, you know. which is not the way that you should? You're someone. Did it initially now. There's a whole hiring process in hiring team have interviews. We have a trial period were. Like like like all good enterpreneur. Stay slow into higher. Click in the fire. That's something that we're still trying to implement mud. Yeah. Want to find the quality candidates I'm sure it's. It's very intensive.
"hybrid" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A hybrid that will meet your needs and the place to start is B. spots where I perched high above the financial center of the earth scanning the markets the way a family steeple stands for easy way like a wounded trial tour limping go three so coral with the Bloomberg market on seven hundred W. L. job it's eleven goats out there I think we're gonna have a couple before this day is through all right John a lot yeah China's living in another batch of tariffs on US the U. S. looks like it's just headlines coming through now but I'll be terrace on another seventy five billion dollars worth of US goods they'll be done in two batches the first will be September first the second will be December fifteenth and that December fifteenth date will also mean a twenty five percent tariff on cars so that is December fifteenth and I'm looking to see if there's anything new that has crossed since then women the minimum the minimum twenty five percent tears in US audio autos from December fifteenth that would be bad news for GM her view X. are huge in China they are sort of nine AM all right elsewhere we have MLB is taller players they cannot play in Venezuelan winter leagues yeah apparently the they are signing an executive order issued by president trump to Venezuelans are well represented on MLB teams and it is common for them to play in their home country's league during the offseason an American players often do it too but trump's stepped up sanctions on the country this month adding immigration restrictions as part of efforts to pressure Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro into leaving office so now the M. L. B. S. and sorry guys can know do and do it all right now the world's crying out for this we have cannabis flavored send alone scented what again flavored well probably is cannabis scented colognes as you said their high end beauty companies are embracing fragrances designed to highlight the aroma of cannabis one see sent is cold dirty grass it will set you back one hundred eighty five dollars for a bottle little bottle here dear I got you some dirty grass yes or you can say here dear I got you some chronic that only goes for a hundred seventy five Bucks but it contains notes of grapefruit and moss that's the good news for one hundred twenty six dollars at the low end yeah replica which is said to smell of patchouli and fresh blood it is a an homage to the Woodstock music festival but I do love this one comment when bioengineering researcher says the appeal of cannabis scented perfumes may lie in their ability to provide help fond recollections of the past what was that does the Woodstock one come out like mud an accident near route for one recollection and the driver of Woodstock was arrested so far he's only been identified lord yep as a man do in expensive his late for a gag thirties gift so a man good wanted luck for murder I'm miserable on the sense right on right the west side of Cincinnati all right you has choose now or been what arrested in well Los we've Angeles turned lower Matthew on the Arnold China news taken S. into custody and P. futures last and I down night ten to points the shooting nasdaq death of Ricky down thirty Jackson six junior from the Bloomberg who died news on remind August the Petry first Sikora after being on shot newsradio inside seven of an apartment hundred WLW complex on Westwood northern Boulevard police say Arnold it is is a awaiting level extradition right now it's seven hundred WLW.