35 Burst results for "Irma"

"irma" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"irma" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Everything Which you probably never heard of Irma It definitely is It's an Irma Right And it acts like an additional tax base on your income That gets added of course to your Medicare premium It doesn't just hit the wealthy it slams everyone who again who's done good who's been a responsible saver over the years And it's a big problem And our government loves it and they'll probably increase it Why don't we just call it a stealth bomber It's stealth and it's gonna bomb you Yeah really All right really It's a stealth bomb So surprise avoid these surprises folks All right in the final chunk that we need to get to before we finish this fabulous episode is stave Elizabeth How can we guard against these retirement tax traps Maybe the best thing for someone to do is really compact us Talk to a professional person who has been doing a some more than 30 years We see what's going to be happening We know what's going to be happening and we are prepared for working at our existent clients and new people because I do believe you need to talk to professional There's a lot of questions I get over the phone and tax as well as email Can you just answer this one question for me How am I going to be taxed Well we don't know your full situation and knowing your full situation no one can give you the answer We have to dissect what is your full situation What's on your tax return Comment and talk to us The more data you give us the better our answer will be It's that simple We are a firm that again not only prepares taxes we give tax reduction strategies We plan out a lot of our clients have not just 5 but they've got 5 ten 15 yesterday bringing on a new client We went through the planning situation and they have a 12 year tax reduction strategy A 12 year strategy why 12 years Because it fit into their objective It's perfect for them based on their ages what they want to do it's a 12 year tax reduction strategy So please ask yourself this question Do I have any tax reduction strategy at all The answer we're not surprised is going to probably be no So pick up the phone Give us a shout and we'll sit down with you Look at your tax return Look at your structure and we will put together a written plan And especially since the tax situation is very wobbly right now there's a lot of uncertainty but most likely with all of the proposed spending they're going to be new taxes It's already proposed and everyone's going to be affected when they say to you all you know you're not going to be affected you're not at a certain income level Everyone's going to be affected because when they start walloping corporations with higher corporate tax rates all those increases are going to be passed on to you And it affects everybody ultimately here So how do you look out for how do you make sure that you're not a victim of tax traps in retirement Well it all starts at Steve said by giving them a call You know we call this program retirement success from the Holland group retirement wealth advisers and it's just that They want to build you a successful plan Steven Elizabeth Holland at the Holly group retirement wealth advisers they want to start with a phone call That's where you just call the office and you say hey I'm listening to the radio show and I would like to get an analysis I'd like you to take a look and see what's going on in my portfolio my plan listen maybe you want to get a second opinion Maybe you've been with an adviser or broker for a long time Are they handling all of these tax implications along with having the right strategy for growth and financial success get all the Stephen Elizabeth Holland at 7 two 7 to two 8 6 four four 9 Call up say hey I'm listening to the radio show with you guys and schnitt And you know what I'd like to have a conversation That's as easy as it gets And that's exactly how it works Just call the office 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 that's 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 and that'll get things started You can also text the word retired a 47 47 47 The website ask.

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Community - burst 3

Bald and Blonde

02:55 min | 5 months ago

Community - burst 3

"I had a similar situation when in two thousand seventeen hurricane. Irma came through the florida keys and the level of devastation. I've seen with my own eyes. In real time was beyond words. I could probably find to explain. And the level of community that i've experienced here was just absolutely worthwhile to endure that devastating hurricane and the aftermath. The way how we treat one another the way how we lifted one another up the way how we helped out. Everyone helped where they could. And that is very important in days of peace and in days of turmoil when it comes from nature or elsewhere so community is very important. And i do believe that. Somehow in our societies especially the western societies we almost unlearn. How healthy community can function. And what are the ingredients. And what can we do to rebuild that or reestablish community in the first place and of course when we establish something. I always suggest and i rarely use the generalization of always but in this case i do generated in healthy ways and created in healthy ways yeah. I'm so glad that you mentioned all. I sings dicey. Because that's exactly where i'd like this podcast to guard but i i want she touched on what you just said. You gave some really great examples of when communities have come together in across this. And i'm lucky enough to have also been brought up in a town where community came together like that and it is amazing to see and does alleviate. I think a huge portion of what would have been much much harder and today i also want to urge people out there like you said at the end of those examples to do this every day. Not just win. Wear in little crosses. Ob crosses because that is when you see it the most and you perhaps take mice notice of it but it's the every day acts of community and neighbors ship that really can change people's lives and can i think make a much better environment for a better mental hygiene within those communities to especially when there is something going on worldwide like right now we are in extraordinary times so i suppose we are in across but my point was for us to be able to help people do this in their daily lives. Because i think it's a super important component of living your best life is having a great community being involved in a great community and having that nurture you and you do the same with them. I very much agree with

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Prime Day 2021 Postponed in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Prime Day 2021 Postponed in Canada

"I mentioned in a recent flash briefing. That prime days is june twenty first and twenty second and irma. Dorning in the community pointed out that On the amazon dot ca website. It states that prime days has been delayed in canada. And here is the thing. Unfortunately that is true. Prime day appears to not be happening in canada this year. So i need to apologize. My previous life. Breathing was incorrect. Prime day has been postponed in canada. And i don't know if it's actually going to be happening when you log in to your amazon account and you browse the site. You may come across a notice and the notice actually says and i'll read this to you quote. Prime day is postponed in canada. Due to covid nineteen due to the increasing impact cove nineteen across canada. We have decided to postpone prime day while we focus on the safety of our employees and supporting our customers and selling partners.

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Why Tech Visionary Irma Olguin Jr. Went Back to Her Farming Roots

Latina to Latina

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Why Tech Visionary Irma Olguin Jr. Went Back to Her Farming Roots

"Year junior turned a lot of heads when she raised twenty seven million dollars in series a funding and incredible amount of money and the largest ever for a lengthy her company bit wise trains people to work in tech. It develops software and invest in real estate. The whole concept is inspired by parts of your own personal journey and offers really powerful model for rebuilding and reimagining underdog cities. It must so much of we are we built. Goes back to where you come from. Can you take me back to growing up in the central valley in the nineties. When folks extra california they think palm trees they think of beaches. That can come hollywood. I think of the bay area but a lot of people don't conjure an image of when it comes to central california is like giant magnificent loss of produce in atalante. They may not realize that the central valley inside california's responsible for exporting between twenty and thirty percent of the world's food agriculture has been the driving industry here since these cities were born. And think that that really is what people think of. Like heartland america i think of cornfields and buckeyes and i'm talking about grapes and almonds and teaches cows. You know just a different image. I think than than what most people think of as california so when you imagine yourself there in the nineties or you're managing yourself. They're here in in central california two things to know number one that creates a system where almost like modern day feudalism where the folks who own operate the land really. That's where wealth is concentrated. And then i think secondly is that there's another side of that coin which is the labor that powers the land and gets that land to produce

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Why a Charleston woman decided to demolish her home

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 11 months ago

Why a Charleston woman decided to demolish her home

"Years. Elizabeth boy no lived in south carolina. You're the ashley river and charleston harbor but when two major storms brought flood waters close to her door. She realized her home is at risk. And it would get worse with sea level rise. It became so real an even more frightening realizing that the next flood that came through could be the end of me so boy no listed the house for sale but before it sold. Her fears came true hurricane irma in eight inches of water filter home. The house became virtually impossible to sell even after multiple price drops. So boy no decided to sell the property as a vacant lot. She requested a permit to tear down the house and applied for fema grant to help cover the cost. It was an unusual request that required extensive documentation city staff even gave boy no nickname. They call me the trailblazer because they said they learn something new every day from my situation the process took years but eventually at work boy no had the house torn down and sold the lot. The new owners built an elevated house. Boy no was charleston's trailblazer. But as sees rise and extreme weather intensifies other coastal homeowners will be forced to make similar tough

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Community-powered solutions to the climate crisis

TED Talks Daily

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Community-powered solutions to the climate crisis

"Home. It's where we celebrate our triumphs. Make our memories and confront our challenges and these days there are plenty of those an historic pandemic wildfires floods and hurricanes all threaten our basic safety. These challenges hit even harder in communities that have been cut out of equal opportunities in the us. Unfair and racist housing policies called redlining have for decades forced black brown indigenous and poor white families into areas rife with toxic chemicals that make people sick. They're surrounded by concrete that traps extreme temperatures demand more cooling more money more energy more carbon. Our problems are interconnected. Imagine all we can do when we realized the solutions are two at the solutions project. We've seen that some of the people most impacted by covid nineteen least likely to have a steady place to call home and most affected by the damage to our climate are already working on effective and scalable solutions. Take buffalo in miami where affordable housing has become a community solution to the climate crisis. Buffalo new york is the third poorest city in the united states and six small segregated but our people. How're is strong. Over the last fifteen years my organization push buffalo has been working with residents bill ren- affordable housing deploy renewable energy and to roll the resilience in power in our communities. We saw heating bills soar over the last pay. We organized state policy help. Small businesses into our people to work. By the rising homes we responded with equal landscaping ingredient infrastructure when record rainfalls flooding our neighborhoods. We replaced the concrete that overwhelmed and may heat ways unbearable. Let us visit school. Seventy seven and eighty thousand square foot public school building that was closed and abandoned for nearly a decade but pushed off low in the community transforms to solar power forcible senior apartments and a community center. This is what the community wants it when private developers were school building for high end loft apartments eight hundred residents mobilized came up with a plan. We became new york. State's first community. Solar projects in during the coronavirus pandemic abon tier running mutual at catalyst. Miami anga miami climate alliance. We work with dozens of other organizations to enact policies. Ride safe housing anthrax climate. Here in miami. We've seen a four hundred percent increase in tidal flooding between two thousand six and twenty sixteen. And i've seen forty nine additional ninety degree days per year since nineteen seventy. We fought for the miami forever. Bond to fund four hundred million dollars for affordable housing and climate solutions. Yet every day we continue to see luxury high rise condos being built in our neighborhoods added more concrete in heat on the ground. Some of our members are taking matters into their own hands. Literally conscious contractors is a grassroots collective that formed during hurricane irma to protect rebuild and beautify our communities all while increasing energy efficiency. They don't think that anyone should have to choose between paying a high a. c. bill and living in a hot in moldy house that will worsen respiratory illnesses such as asthma or corona virus. They fix problems at the source. Advocates across the country are holding their governments accountable. Climate solutions that keep their communities in place we need to push from reportable housing green infrastructure and flip protections because these are the solutions that solve many problems at once.

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"irma" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"irma" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But wait a minute. What about the present You were going to get for Irma, if you don't work tonight, Where will you get the money for it Gonna hock my watch? But that's the only thing you own. You know that no matter how bad times have been, you always said you would never hock your watch. Well, a man like me. Don't need a watch. I sleep all day long. So, so time is not important and a night It's too late to do anything. Come in. Oh, it's you, Professor. Excuse me, Jane. I've been thinking about pull it Lima and well. Decided to give up the job's Tonight I could be with her. But Professor won't that cost you money. You get big tips during Christmas on Christmas Eve. It's not important to make money. It's important to be with friends. After all, what's money? Well, it's pretty important. I see you've been talking to Mrs O'Reilly again. No, no, My little Emma has no father in New York. So tonight, Professor Kropotkin will be her father had a boy pop. Listen out the first chance I get I'm disinherited you Excuse me, everybody. I took the liberty of walking in on. This is a rally. I thought you were on your way to New Jersey. I changed me mind. I got to thinking about poor little Irma being all alone tonight. And I just didn't have the heart to go. I'm going to stay here with her. Oh, isn't that wonderful? Professor Kropotkin just said he's gonna be your father. I tell you, If that's the case, I'll be her mother. I got news for you. If you're the mother, I'll be on the train for Reno in the morning. Listen, everybody. I've got a wonderful idea. Everyone was going to throw a surprise party for us. Now we'll throw one for her. We'll give her the best Christmas a girl ever had. Well, I'll go out of hock, my watch and by the president, I'll get my wilding. When we could have the party in my apartment. It's bigger. Come along. Jenny was start decorating. Oh, it'll be American isthmus. Come on, Professor. Take me arm a fair swap. She's been taking my blood all years. Wait until Irma finds out. She'll be the happiest girl in New York..

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Chicago's IRMA CEO criticizes face mask policy

WGN Programming

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago's IRMA CEO criticizes face mask policy

"Association CEO Rob Car criticizes as contradictory The state of Illinois is facemask policy. The state of Illinois has said. We want everybody to wear that. But we're not gonna hold individuals responsible for not wearing that, but businesses. We expect you to make people aware that well, businesses can't detain people visit. We can't physically hold them. We have We wanna follow of numerous federal laws and some state laws if we deny services to people who are joined WGN's Eric run on Chicago's afternoon news, he says the Ir. Emma has supported the use of facemasks since the beginning of the pandemic. Philadelphia's health

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A Conversation With Hans Skillrud

Hallway Chats

05:51 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Hans Skillrud

"To hallway chats. I'm Cara Clays and I'm Liam Dempsey today. We're joined by Hans School Road over the course of seven years Hans built a 12-person web design agency in downtown Chicago and then sold it in early 2019 to focus attention on his new start-up long-term again. Mm, Getting is an auto updating privacy policy generator Hans. Welcome. Thanks for having me. Hey glad to see you here today virtually hans-georg. Thanks so much for joining us. I love for you to share more of your story here. Tell us more about yourself. Absolutely. So, you know, I like starting I have to pick a divided somewhere. So I'm going to start it when I found WordPress because you know, I should date myself free WordPress and post WordPress cuz that's really been a big determiner of my career. We all have that that DeMark wage. Some point, I think you can start where ever you want though. If you want to go back further, that's fine too. Well, maybe a good example is how I got to Wordpress. You know, I was one of the first employees a Groupon Groupon was a hot young company. That was seemingly helping small businesses get more traffic through their doors and I drink the Kool-Aid as we would say a Groupon. I'm very much believed in the model of discounting a company 50% offer more for one day only and you know bringing people together to try out a place over the years though that company went public and I think their priorities changed and I shared my concerns with management they disagreed so I quit I was managing a sales team about a hundred fifty people and I decided I don't like their business model anymore and someone with a small business owner is passionate about what they do within their doors, but they aren't necessarily passionate about bringing that information online. And that was what group I was taking advantage of in my opinion. So what I'm Off to do was to help small-business owners share what they do best online and I think that message, you know, that was the that was the fuel to my midnight Midnight fire Midnight Oil. I'm always so bad with those things. It was the fuel to my fire to to you know, help the small business owner out and over the course of seven years. I found WordPress. I started building websites helping small business owners with their exposure online and the company was successful. I built it up to a 12-person team in downtown Chicago and I happen to be dating a privacy attorney at the time and I told her how I used to copy and paste privacy policies over dinner and her jaw dropped and she's like, what are you doing? I'm like, that's what everyone does. She's like, that's not what you do anymore. Not not what we're dating off and threw a few discussions we decided we we came up with the business model for Irma gettin which we I now have sold my agency and focus all of my time with Sonata on wage. Again is a privacy policy generator. What's cool about our Tech is that you copy and paste the embed code from turmeric added onto the website and that's what allows us to push updates to the policies when the laws change and we give web agencies a free set of our policies in the host that they like our product enough to want to offer term of got into their clients. They can resell it or use our affiliate programs whatever they wish off. But but what we're trying to teach the web industry is something I failed at multiple times, which is the era of copying and pasting privacy policies is over people like we have to accept the future. What is about to happen, especially in America with privacy laws. So that's where my focus is. Now. I am married to Donna and you guys are the first people get to say that publicly to Tom Thumb and yeah, we work from home now and we run from again together and and the rest is history great great story. There's a lot there to unpack and talk about Going to go back to the beginning part cuz I'm curious about Groupon as somebody who used it and hasn't really seen much of it is it sounds like and I don't remember when that was that Groupon and became a thing but it's just before small businesses had web sites. Is that what you're saying websites were definitely a thing. It was 2009 when Groupon which was typically previously called the point which I loved that website named the point., because what someone would just say, what's the point and you're like, oh, you know some kind of joke, but the point became Groupon and I shortly joined group on home sites were still around I was 2010 and you know, I was it was a wild ride watching a company go from a hundred employees to thirty thousand and three years and two years off, um in my career went along with it because of its growth. I naturally I was put in a position to manage people which was a wonderful opportunity. I love sales. I'd love song Is I love sales because I think a lot of people think of sales is bad and I always try to say no. No, no, no, no people are bad or people are good. It is sales is just a Communication channel. So am I only want to do good things with sales and and that's how I train my sales team. So that's something I really appreciated at Groupon. They they gave me the ability to do that for a while, but I felt like watch company went public priorities had changed and now all of a sudden we need to be focused on taking additional margins from small business owners and you know, that sounds good and all but when you're talking to a small business owner asking them to discomfort sells more than 50% and then you're taking more than well you're taking well, it's public knowledge. You're taking more than 50% of a revenue raised. I don't know some didn't feel right. So, you know, that's what I decided was no longer fit. And at least if you look at the stock market how Groupons performed over the last ten years. I think I was correct. But

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A$AP Ferg Interview

Toure Show

06:58 min | 1 year ago

A$AP Ferg Interview

"Plain Jane. Is a monster song. Thank you and I wanna hear about writing it making it is multiple take. So you punching in You know and it's an interesting vibe to it because you talk about family talk about pain and trauma but you also talk about hanging out having fun a lot of in the choruses. Crazy. Thank you. I love the fact that you broke down everything I talked about because I feel like playing Jane. People love it. I don't know if everybody knows why they love it all like if they can pull out those parts, the trauma, the the cookouts that you that we used to have to dodge gunshots and You. Know me going allow barrier for the first time and come back and feeling like I had to do more from our community Irma's link official village in our Beria that came from me spend like one hundred thousand dollars on a chain with Ben Abimbola and then going to. Liberia Sei starving kids is out there announced I came back. I wanted to give all my jury away and I was like man like a link can literally feed village area and I'll give some money to them. I was gone out there to put uniforms on kids 'cause out there like they can't. Go to school without uniforms. So going out there and put uniforms on the kids. was with. This. Brand, called uniform okay. Chit Liberty. Is My partner's name that he started his brand because when the Ebola outbreak happened out there in Liberia a lot of people were scared the by product out there. So he had a lot of materials and things like that. So he brought a factory a All of these women that an average jobs and things like that. To make uniforms out of these materials and he will use autism has influences and and just influence period to collaborate with to sell clothing. And partner. Rela. Bloomingdale's so that's what. I did I basically partnered up with him and Bloomingdales to make a line with some material. I designed a line with trap Lord and uniform. We sold it. The money went towards putting some of the money went towards putting the uniform on kids. Wow. Yeah. I WANNA talk about design because I know you're into that to like. Talk about making this record. So Plain Jane did was the beat I wrote in the studio or so I'll listen to juicy j slob on my knob like on on a cop I was in La and me and my uncle was just listening to the radio and it just came on and I'm like Yo this song is amazing like it hit me is like I had a perfectly like. Nobody did this song over? And I'm like, why doesn't this happen in the song? Check me and everybody screams I mean the whole song is like a hook. Really off bridge is sold sticky is to start with the hook instead of a lot of people start with verse and into it. But when you start with it, that's the beyonce's loves to do that right but the song don't even have a hook. It just really does suck a NIGGA. dickerson. So that comes one time and then it's like back into the verse but I don't have enough. That's really a hook and juicy J. that's his first song. That, he put out a rope. Like, which is intriguing to me because that's a huge song. So Our Rights at a soon as I got to the hotel stuck in traffic. I. Had this idea GIS Brewing, in my head. To write to the Slough Manabi. And then I was like man I gotTa, make this shit new I gotta make it feel like young the young people got to own it. They gotta be anthem for the young people and I gotta say something I had so much to say on his record because I just came back from Africa I've been traveling the world and. I'm always got the New York state of mind but I'm like everywhere. I was like Yo and I wanted to get an underdog to going to be Saga Kirk night. Okay. Yeah. To Do to be over like elbow, I got a Bangor for us to do kirk is like. He's amazing like he's amazing I I can't think of anything else like genius. And I, feel like he doesn't get enough credit on people don't even know taking can goal with his music as musicality. So when I approached him I knew he will bring me different sonics in different sounds but also understanding bpm how important Edelweiss Susannah trump's and everything like that. And I the verge down and. I recorded the whole thing I didn't even put that for the. Recorded the whole thing on my apple on my computer. My laptop in a hotel. No the. Studio. Okay. The whole process of Mea Kirk working on it

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The Slow Regrowth of Vulnerable Coral Reefs is Solvable

Solvable

03:54 min | 1 year ago

The Slow Regrowth of Vulnerable Coral Reefs is Solvable

"Minds. Sarah, Hamlin I'm a scientist Mike Marine Lab in Florida and myself is growing car rates forty to fifty times a spade that Karl grows in the wild. Now there's a number of reasons while Koru is really important I mean who doesn't love going out snorkeling and seeing colorful reefs teeming with beautiful fish but they also provide us with goods and services whether that be tourism or employment the food table. And Florida align every system he is estimated to be worth about eight billion dollars not only that but these race protect I landed property from things like storm surge. So really good example of this is Hurricane Irma which was in two thousand seventeen had twenty five foot waves heating the Florida race track down in Lewke where I am and we had a storm surge at building, which is in Summerlin K. of only five foot. So we didn't have a rift system they're healthy ray system there you can imagine that that storm surge those waves would really decimate the land. So I I can hear your Australian accent Australia of course, famous for the Great Barrier Reef what's going on with climate change and coral reefs around the world? Well, wide was seeing a great reduction in live Carl Kaba So this is across the well whether it be Australia United States or any Pacific Ocean island nations. You might have heard of coral reefs as the rainforest say and that that's saying is because even the car reefs tyke out less than one percent of the seafloor. twenty-five percent of nine marine species actually rely on car roofs. At some stage of their life we're seeing Wolmar, she anik temperatures. We're seeing a lot more pollution going into the oceans, and this is resulting in las of live Carl tissue almost as much. If any consequences of climate change, I can think of the people who are really in contact with this are shocked and appalled and upset at a level that those of us who don't come into coral on a into contact with Karl on a daily basis. I don't really get I mean I have your you're in the Florida keys I have a nephew who's into a skin diving and spearfishing in Miami and he's a young guy, and just in the years he's been doing this the coral around Miami I mean he's like shocked and upset when he sees it and says, he can't really fish anymore just because of the change in the last decade, we have lost around ninety percent of that Caro cover in the last forty or fifty years and some of the race in the. Case now or the Florida Reef tractor as low as between four and six percent starting Caro cover, which is quite loy. So we're talking on zoom you have a fantastic backdrop of coral and I don't know enough to know what kind it is but we hear these terms like staghorn coral and I heard of Elk Horn coral what are the main forms of coral that you're working with and what do they look like? We have branching corals and we have massive Carl's so branching Caro's the Stag owns the call and you. Can picture what the antlers of a staghorn or alcorn look like they look exactly like that. So skinny branch is really perfect three dimensional habitat for fish and shrimp and all the Little Rafe critters out there, and then we've got a massive Carl's and these might be brain corals essentially look like the folds and grooves of a brain stock Carl's have They polyps alike little cop. So little stars and their every feeling Carl's they the Carl's that are creating the race and really growing that lodge Rafe structure that remained stable off the storms

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"irma" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"irma" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Unless so they're basing your premiums on income from two years ago, you can mark a box that says work stoppage, which means I have retired. And then you give them some proof of your lower earnings. And in many cases when your earnings are lower because of retirement, you'll see that they will approve that and then adjust your premium downward. Yeah, that's the beloved Irma right income related monthly. Adjustment amount we all hate and Irma when it comes to Medicare, right? Yeah, People don't realize that Now. What do you thi hit Irma? What is the income that you have to hit? What did the income thresholds? So the first threshold occurs when you are at 87,000. If you're an individual filer, so if you have 87,000 is an individual filer Or last. You're just going to pay the base premium for Medicare. But if you earn more than that, then you could be paying in. Irma, if you're married, That figure is 174,000. And there are five levels of higher part B premiums ranging from to 02 40 for the first group all the way up to 4 91 60 if you earned more than 500,000 as an individual or 7 50 as a married couple. Okay. Fantastics of folks give us a call 889.

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Kamala Harris accepts Democratic Party nomination for VP

AP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Kamala Harris accepts Democratic Party nomination for VP

"The course of history. At the Democratic Convention. Kamala Harris accepted the party's nomination for Vice president. Theeighty Song Irma Ghani report. She's the first black woman on a major party ticket. In a largely empty arena near Joe Biden's Delaware home. Harris recalled her upbringing as the daughter of immigrants from Jamaica and India. And said she shares Biden's vision of America where all are welcome, no matter what we look like no matter where we come from, or who we love right now, Harris says. That country seems distant due to nearly four years of chaos and incompetence. Donald Trump's failure of leadership Has cost lives and livelihood. Sze, echoing speakers like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, who urged Democrats to vote in force warning re electing the president will endanger democracy itself. Soccer Megane Washington

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Hurricane evacuees from Miami-Dade and surrounding counties, would spread COVID-19 cases by the thousands, new study finds

Todd Schnitt

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane evacuees from Miami-Dade and surrounding counties, would spread COVID-19 cases by the thousands, new study finds

"Expect a spike in covert 19 cases if South Florida residents are forced to flee from a hurricane this season. A study by the Union of Concerned Scientists looked at how the spread of Corona virus would be affected by millions of people fleeing Monroe, Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Scientists, Christie Doll says the size of the increased depends on the virus transmission rates in the county's people go to the other factor that's really important is the ability of those counties are receiving evacuees to keep those transmission rates low, even when they were The fake influx of people. A simulation using the evacuation around order during Hurricane Irma showed it would result in 61,000 New Cove in 19 cases. When did Grossman Miami,

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Hurricane evacuees from Miami Dade, Palm Beach, Monroe and Broward counties would spread COVID-19 cases: Study

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane evacuees from Miami Dade, Palm Beach, Monroe and Broward counties would spread COVID-19 cases: Study

"And covert 19 cases. South Florida residents are forced to evacuate because of a hurricane. A study by the Union of Concerned Scientists looked at how the spread of Corona virus would be affected by millions of people fleeing Monroe, Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Scientists, Christie Doll says the size of the increased depends on the virus transmission rates in the county's people go to the other factor that's really important is the ability of those counties are receiving evacuees to keep the transmission rates low, even when they receive a big influx of people a simulation Using the evacuation route order during Hurricane Irma showed it would result in 61,000 New Cove in 19 cases. One day

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Tropical Storm Isaias Arrives To Florida

No Payne, No Gain

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Isaias Arrives To Florida

"Storm Yes has already begun bringing heavy rain to parts of Florida correspondent Randi Kaye and Palm Beach County says the state is preparing for the worst. The governor says that we are prepared. Still recommending people have 3 to 7 days worth of water and food on DH medication just in case and, of course, the key thing Is those generators at the nursing homes and the assistant living facilities here, especially after what happened back in 2017 after Hurricane Irma knocked out the air conditioning at a nursing home here in South Florida, and 14 residents parish so That is certainly concerned, but the good news is no word of that so far this year is weakened from a hurricane to a tropical storm. Yesterday,

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Science News Briefs from Around the Planet

60-Second Science

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Science News Briefs from Around the Planet

"Hi. I'm scientific. American Assistant News. Editor Sarah Lou in Frazier and here's a short piece from July twenty twenty issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science, technology and medicine. The article is titled Quick Hits In it's a rundown of some non corona virus stories from around the globe. From, Turks and Caicos Islands analysis of Ano- lizards collected before and after hurricanes, Irma and Maria in twenty seventeen and eighteen months later revealed that the surviving lizards and their descendants had larger and therefore grippier Topaz. The team examined Lizard photographs from natural history collections and seventy years of hurricane data to confirm the trend. From Italy sediment samples drawn from the tree and see revealed hotspots with up to one point nine million micro plastic particles per square meter, the highest concentration ever recorded on the sea floor. Most of pollution comes from wastewater and sewage systems. Researchers say. From Antarctica, paleontologists found a fossilized forty million year old frog on Seymour. Near the tip of the peninsula, The FROG is related to modern ones living in temperate humid conditions in the Chilean Andes. From Iraq researchers probing the Turkish State Archives found the earliest known record of a meteorite causing a death. The object struck a hilltop in neighboring Iraq in eighteen, eighty, eight, killing one man and paralyzing another. From Japan results gathered from the KAMIOKA. Observatory which includes an underground detector tank filled with fifty five thousand tons of water, suggested intriguing discrepancy in how neutrinos, an anti neutrinos oscillate potentially violating symmetry between matter and antimatter. From Kenya scientists identified a malaria blocking microbe in mosquitoes on the shores of Lake Victoria. Every mosquito catalog with this apparently benign fungus was free of the disease, carrying parasite and experiments showed the fungus prevented its transmission. That was quick hits. I'm Sarah Lou Frazier.

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Reboot Amazon Alexa

Voice in Canada

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Reboot Amazon Alexa

"Questions from the community, and this might be a little bit of a quick one, but it's a great great a reminder for all of us. On the facebook community page, there was a question asked by Irma. Door Nick and. She had a great question. She said for some reason. LEXI has lost control the volume it used to be consistent and now basically somethings are loud, or some things are more soft. And what are your thoughts on that so p, too often will help to answer. These questions jumped in, said, try rebooting it and your router but there there can be variations in sound from different sources, and that is exactly right. Sometimes depending on how the music source has been recorded, there can be some variations in the music, so it might or the sound whatever that is flash briefings, even and so you may find that there is some variability in that. Case. There's not a whole lot. You can do about that because that's the way it was recorded. However, the reminder here is that. Yes, if Lexi's doing something really weird, you can't figure it out. Sometimes, it is a good idea to unplug it for a few seconds, and then plug it back in. Let her reboot and make sure that everything is running smoothly. It's the same thing kind of on your computer kind of. Weird and you WanNa shut down your computer and rebooted to just basically refresh everything and clear the memory same kind of deal so. Yes sounds are sometimes up and

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Hurricane Season Collides With Coronavirus, As Communities Plan For Dual Emergencies

Environment: NPR

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Season Collides With Coronavirus, As Communities Plan For Dual Emergencies

"Hurricane Orlando. season starts today June first. You are allowed to take a moment after hearing that. I depend then waves of protests now. Hurricane season forecasters expect above average activity in part because climate change is making the Atlantic Ocean warmer. Amy Green of Wfan. Orlando has been asking. How do you plan for hurricanes during a pandemic Robin? Roku Bauer doesn't like to chance it when there's a hurricane. She almost always. Always evacuates roku bow our lives in Cocoa Beach Florida on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and Indian River Lagoon. Her mother is ninety three. She's gotTa have flushing toilets. She's gotTa have fresh water. She's just got some physical needs that require that, but this year Roco Bauer is thinking hard about her hurricane plan. She sixty five like her mother considered at higher risk to the corona virus. Virus if I have to go any further, or if I have to go somewhere, then you're going to be exposed to more people in different environments, and you don't know where those people have been he in Florida, a record, six and a half. Million people evacuated for Hurricane Irma in two thousand seventeen this year. That will be a harder decision. Craig fugate used to head the federal emergency management. Management Agency and it's Florida counterpart. He fears some people won't evacuate because they'll fear exposing themselves to the virus that may result and more people saying behind in increasing the risk of loss of life, but there's another risk sheltering evacuees together in school, gymnasiums and other enclosed spaces as Florida. Governor Rhonda Santa's points out pile people into a place under normal circumstances. That may be fine, but that would. Allow the virus to really spread if somebody is in fact infected. That's why his administration is considering. Stay at home. Orders in were houses are newer and Sturdier or sheltering evacuees and hotels and motels. The economic collapse has left vacant. Most at risk are nursing home patients. Many low-lying facilities have evacuation agreements with facilities on higher ground, but kristen nap of the Florida healthcare. Association says this year. Nursing homes will have to reexamine these. These arrangements if you are a facility that event, an evacuation zone and you have positive cases in your building, you may not be able to go to the typical facility that you would evacuate to if they don't have positive cases in their building, Florida leaders also are socking away protective ear, four shelter and utility workers, and they're making sure stores have plenty of food and water, so people can stock up before a storm. Storm in central Florida before Irma hit utility crews converged from across the country to help restore electricity this year. Linda, Veroni of the Orlando Utilities Commission anticipates longer outages than usual. That's because cove in nineteen makes it harder to house and feed these workers while preventing the viruses spread, it will take longer to check them all in. It will take a little longer to get the mall to the point that they can be out. Out in the field working, robin broke our of Coco Beach considered not evacuating, but feels she would have to because of her mother already. She's checking with hotel, so she can be ready for a hurricane. I hope we don't have any I. Mean we've been through a lot this year. Meteorologists are predicting up to ten hurricanes and up to six major ones between now and December

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"irma" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"irma" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Hurricane Irma in my own community we lost the fronts on all over we are at royal palms and they look like cigars yeah the storm but they came back eventually no problem we'll talk more about that later yeah a royal Palm I would be concerned about parking a car under Neath it in okay that's very good advice you know a foxtail palm probably less so you know in some of the problems are self cleaning and others are not sable palm fronds really pretty small pretty insignificant rebelling he's the same all right well folks should keep that in mind if you have some royal palm's that is Mike says some of the Franz and the individual fron could weigh thirty pounds I'd never consider that before and maybe some of you for listening had not consider that as well William yeah exactly and fortunately raw palm sometimes they plant them in places where we do have vehicles and along roadways on so they're not always in the best locations so you know cleaning off sometimes the Daimler's or the heavy seed pods there yet or they're called a fluorescent cleaning them off for the palm prior to a storm it is recommended very interesting now the hardwood you asked about yeah that's a different story right because there you've got the potential for an a weighty lambs the come down and that's where we get back into this whole conversation about will you know what makes a strong tree and the research done university of Florida by Dr Gilman and others around the country has consistently shown that largement medium to large maturing trees so we're talking mahogany is oaks gumbo limbo is and what not are the strongest form was when you have a single dominant trunk he not for trunks three trunks and I see this all over we call those co dominant leaders and basically somebody's got to be the boss and what happens when you have let's say two trunks next to each other they get here they they they kind of begin right bump into each other they develop it like I've been inside the crotch a pressure point we call that inclusion and then when the it winds blow the canopy intercepts that energy of the wind in these two trunks kind of grind against each other and that's when we get the splitting the colossal splitting up the trees in half or right I'm sorry a third of the Little Falls so that's the beauty of doing the structure pruning which is something we teach in the classes that you are five this extension and we have a lot of resources on the web and you know and print that talk about how you do you structurally prone entry to improve its when tolerance we really highly recommend a particular for trees that are in areas where there are targets in parking lots playgrounds bus stops you know a tree in your yard that could be split apart would definitely benefit from structured printing all right very good well Mike Michael orphan eighties with university of Florida institute of food and agricultural sciences you can email Mike at Broward at I. F. A. S. U. F. L. dot EDU you can call Mike at nine five four.

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More Lysol, No More Pens In Rooms. Hotels Adapt To Win Back Guests

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:18 min | 1 year ago

More Lysol, No More Pens In Rooms. Hotels Adapt To Win Back Guests

"In Normal Times hotels tried to attract customers with star chefs or high end design. But these are not normal times seven out of ten hotel rooms in the. Us are empty now and to survive hotels adapting. Here's NPR's Berliner. The news from Hilton lately isn't about craft cocktails or a spot. It's a partnership with Lysol. That's right Hilton. Is Teaming up with the parent company of Lysol? It's all about the hand. Cleanliness Phil Cordell was Hilton's global head of brand development. We know that through this pandemic the that expectation of cleanliness is probably been elevated to the point now where it's cleanliness almost with a double exclamation point after it at Hilton and other hotels guests can expect disinfectant being applied liberally and visibly leap for the sake of cleanliness and for reassurance says. Jim coyle who consults with hotels on customer experiences. When you get a guest key you will see the staff members. They will conspicuously white. The guess key in front of you before the Hannity when he arrived at desk. You're going to see hotel staff wiping the desk. A clean in front of even though there's nothing and when you get to your room efforts reassurance Marriott International has identified twelve. Touch points for extra disinfectant. Ray Bennett is the company's head of Global Operations DOORKNOBS IRMA. Stats door handles Drawer handles things of that. Nature Has Hilton Rolls Out. It's clean stay campaign. Cordell says guess will notice some familiar objects missing. They will soon that some of the items in the room. That could likely be fingerprinted by previous guests. Magazines notepads pens those items have been removed from the room. And there's likely to be more. Here's industry consultant. Jim coyle again. The phone will probably be something that's seeing. Its last days because of pelvic in that most divisive object in the hotel room I think the the death of the mini bars. Probably finally here. All of these steps have one purpose to assure travelers. That are safe. Released a safe as they possibly can be. While Corona virus is still with us. An early test will be convincing business. Travelers like Liz Oppenheim. Who LIVES OUTSIDE OF BOSTON? She's itching to get back on the road. The longer I go without traveling the more I just don't feel like a person. I literally have dreams almost every night about traveling. Oppenheim works with drug companies on clinical trials and only spends three or four nights a week and hotels. She enjoys it for one thing. She rex up a lot of loyalty points. All the status says for now travel is on pause and his Oppenheim. Imagine staying in hotels again. There's one word. She uses a lot anxious. So there's something about slipping between the sheets of the clean white Christiana hotel that's just incredibly relaxing especially worked at a really hard. You Know Tense Day work and it's just so wonderful but I think I will be anxious. I think I'll be anxious. To as hotels spray. Disinfect and purge their rooms of pens magazines and note pads they may eliminate germs but will they eliminate anxiety

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NFL Schedule Released

NFL Live

03:00 min | 1 year ago

NFL Schedule Released

"The NFL is prepared to be flexible. Based upon the Pandemic Commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement which read in part in preparing to play the season as scheduled. We will continue to make our decisions based on the latest medical and public health advice in compliance with government regulations and with appropriate safety protocols to protect the health of our fans players club and league personnel and our communities. We will be prepared to make adjustments as necessary. One is just nice for everyone to have something to look forward to but Dan tell us about the contingency is the just in case things in the schedule your Susan the NFL releases a schedule. That indicates that they hope and plan to start on time and play the full sixteen game schedule as usual and that remains their hope. They're optimistic that it'll be the case but as you mentioned and has Roger Goodell mentioned there is obviously a chance and circumstances dictate otherwise so look for early things in the schedule that would allow for adjustments season being delayed season being truncated in week to everyone who plays each other and to the same bye week later in the year as their opponents. So if if that were to get eradicated you'll be able to make it up during the appropriate by weeks. There are no division games in week three or week four so if you had to miss those two weeks you could. You could have a season where everybody plays their usual number of division games the Super Bowl can be slid back a couple of weeks every city that gets awarded a super bowl has to have a contingency planning case. The game has to be delayed and Tampa obviously has one of those so those are the kinds of things that are in there that allow the NFL. A little bit of flexibility. If as they hope does not happen they have to make adjustments to the schedule. What's interesting we always talking about contingencies in the abstract? What if what? If a couple of years ago we actually lived in Miami Hurricane Irma came in. It was a very unusual situation. Tampa Bay was supposed to come to us in Miami to play the opener. That game was postponed. We immediately went into a bi week. Situation both US in Tampa and since we had matching by week's game shifted to later on the season so it was very surreal situation where we went training camp by week. We were all their players. Were allowed to be dispersed all through the country and then we reconvened in Oxnard California and the rams and the cowboys were tremendously helpful. We went back into a training. Camp Mood St Ross. The owner of the dolphins was tremendous. He put up a whole organization support. Staff families and our opener was actually on the road. Week two in the chargers against the chargers and we played sixteen games straight. So I know we're saying these things happen more in the abstract but who teams just three years ago actually live this very scenario. You have to be prepared for the what if and we all know putting the schedule together is so complicated anyway without contingency plans but it really looks like Howard. Cats and his team did a solid job of trying to prepare for everything.

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"irma" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"irma" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One with my friend Irma starring Mary Wilson as Irma and capitalizes Jane tonight is a very important night for me I'm anxious to be bright and gay and I want to look my best the reason I made a new fellow I really kind of like him so I decided to discuss it with my roommate Irma Irma yes Jane I know this may shock you honey but I have a date tonight and it's not with Richard not with Richard Jan you're going to get a reputation for being Footloose if you want to go around with Lucy must stop being a puritan this is nineteen forty aids how long can a girl wait man I'm getting older so what you know what they say Jane wine improves with age I know if you wait long enough it can turn into vinegar personally I think which is just wonderful but it doesn't seem to be getting any more serious the sound of those wedding bells seems to be growing fainter well that's one problem I haven't got you know you're bound to my head all the time your new fellow his name's Peter Guilford my he's nothing short of sensational just like my alley the sensational nothing to you can say that again but I wish you wouldn't because the subject bores me Jane what is your new fellow Peter gill for do what I don't do much about it honey because I just met him but I know he has an important job with the government he yeah he mentioned something about being in charge of financial distribution chain even though you made another fella I still think you love Richard now tell me the truth well I don't really know sweetie sometimes I'm not sure that I was ever truly in love with Richard well that's where Allen I are different we know we're in love otherwise why would I get all confused and dizzy well honey the answer to a question like that has many ramifications Hey I just can't wait until my date tonight with Peter Guilford yeah I'm really excited about him coming it's only.

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"irma" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on WDRC

"Now for my friend Irma situation comedy series set in Manhattan came the radio in nineteen forty seven now there was movies about these characters on TV series Marie Wilson starred as farm up Peterson a dim witted felines did not refer and Kathy Lewis was her roommate Jane Stacy now she was very smart of course at the smart girl and then the not so smart girl I can how that worked out was a friend was al played by John Brown out al was a deadbeat jeans boyfriend was the millionaire banker Richard Rhinelander played by Leif Eriksson was created by sight Howard and outside Howard also created life with Luigi time now for a my friend Irma broadcast from December eighth nineteen forty seven it's called the eyes have it it stars Marie Wilson here is part one of mine brand maaf the brothers company makers of swine the soap that gives you a wonderful new kind of suds presents me and one with my friend Irma he will when you live in a teeming metropolis like New York for any length of time you tend to become blase and you develop the feeling that nothing can confuse a bewildering then you run into someone like my friend Irma and you're a Babe in the woods again don't get me wrong because I love the girl it's just that well for instance the other night I noticed German putting X. ray pictures and our hope chest so I said my why are you putting those X. ray pictures of al in your home Amazon because I read that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach and I want to see how I'm doing I.

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"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

HIT Like a Girl

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

"Back decades in your age. I read that took me back to my travels in Peru Peru in much peach featuring some years ago and really took me back there but what I liked. I mean. It's kind of like metaphysical and it's like new agey but you know we talk about prevention and personal empowerment and there was a lot of that in that book. So it's kind of like a new way of thinking and you know anyway so just want to just wanted to challenge people by throwing that. Alan is a really interesting one one. I thought of Mike when I read that I remember thinking it was like you. There's sort of a reason for everything in your life. Are you gonNa meet somebody in their purpose for it. Coincidences right makes you a little bit more mindful full of who am I around. Who Am I surrounded by? What is it that I can learn from or what can I contribute can make? Can I think leads you to connecting some dots within your own life you may be otherwise win and that's an interesting suggestion. Maybe I'll maybe I'll stop there because once the interviews over I'm going to remember the exact list of the books I should've said right now. I asked her right and a lot of people say that or they see one second. Let me grab my phone. Let me look on my bookshelf south. Yeah so if people WANNA find you they want to know more about the company in what you're doing now or they wanNA connect on social. What are your handles? What you're where can people find you absolutely so probably the the best way is on twitter at ut Austin a short my name in half so IRA R. A. S. S. T. E. Morality on twitter? Also very easy to find in Washington and our company website is Vera dot health or health dot com. Either way will get you there So I be very curious to meet new people and learn more about them. I just I love learning about what makes them tick and what they do and I can never get enough of learning about what people are doing in healthcare and health tech. Tim always open to having a conversation when well thank you for speaking with us today. Thank you very much and thank you for listening listening to the hit like a girl podcast. If you WANNA know more about it or this guests check out our website at hit like pot dot com while you're at it. If if you found value in this episode we appreciate the ratings on itunes or simply tell a friend you can also connect with us on twitter or instagram at the handle hit. It's like a girl pod. Thanks again see you soon. Thank you chirpy bird health. It consulting you can find out more about them at W._W._W.. Dot Chirpy Bird. I N C DOT Com..

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"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

HIT Like a Girl

15:14 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

"I think they are the ones who have the biggest chance to succeed And the research a lot of Or like Warren Jeffs one of our guests and you to actually build the community the co op to put those people. Yeah and I'm a member of savvy coop belated live I believe in them mission Russian. Obviously as a patient is patient advocate and as a engineer a product developer. You know if I were a to develop now I would want to do what I did when I When it was my career get stakeholders wolf if you need to understand the pain points and the need and then built the solutions for that so but I wanted to talk about the other point you mentioned about the complexity so what I find summed oftentimes actually's that you know we have a call with somebody that we're just learning about the their their business business and what they're doing and usually if it's a technical person usually sometime? This is a technical nope person who's actually developed a product. They jump right away into telling us about all the technology and I wanted to say stop. PUT IT in context. Tell me what is the problem trying to solve. And then you know what are your thoughts. This is how could be solved. And then present me was was that solution not necessarily every minor technical detail but at kind of high level and then if we need to go into details will will and that's actually. Interestingly that's similar to the flow of how'd you deliver a successful tech talk is. That's what I coach terrific next speaker is is I you present a problem well and you have audience agreeing with you and kind of saying yes I see this as is a problem. I agree with you than you. Present a potential solution. This is your big idea and then you want to be there with you and see it make the connection that yes. They agreed problems. This and then they see how what you're proposing could actually solve them and then you can talk about you. You know more and paint the picture of the Bright Future Etcetera so people you know you WanNa peep take people along Wiz you so yeah. That's Ted Talk. We have directions from like three minutes to eighteen minutes in there and I coach enterpreneurs to follow that Kinda flow when they do their pitch to investors. Clearly depending on what they're doing they might have two different points. But if you're bringing people along with you it the message gets lost and you say that similar to like an engineering mindset but I was an English major and it aligns very well L. With just general storytelling right. You know you build the introduce the character. What is the plot? What is their journey and typically that involves some sort of challenge inge or a problem and then you know it builds up and what is the solution and can we all agree like okay? There's going to be some sort of resolution to the problem. I think a lot the times when you're working with technology developers of some sort if you're starting with what's the answer you're leaving a lot of people behind in it. Getting people enrolled in your big idea is essentially he to being able to follow through with it. Absolutely I mean by in is important so we just talked. We talked about building it for the right building. The right things for the right Problems that exist then a start up early stage company. I mean you need funding so you need people to believe in your vision enough to invest money in it Partners so so you need to be able to clearly articulate your value proposition and and find the right partners bring additional expertise and then obviously asleep when you go out to the marketplace and you offer your solution whether that's you know B. Two B. or C.. Then you need to clearly articulate the value proposition there and why people should give you a chance because so many solutions out there even for the fixing the same problem interoperability or like patient data. There's so many people doing that work. And then who's GonNa succeed. I mean this is very complex area. But who's going to succeed so I think the jury is still out so year bringing up Gandhian bringing up a problem problem in our. We'd like to ask everybody if you could solve any problem and healthcare or health. It with your magical hat. So time name is non-issue money's not an issue resources. You have all of them. What problem solving so on the it can a health continuum? I'm a big advocate of prevention. So the way in my mind the best way to solve all the problem is to prevent it from ever occurring in the first place so I been big advocate of kind of healthy lifestyle L. and disease prevention knowing kind of knowing yourself and doing everything that's in your personal power to keep yourself healthy. So as I mentioned I grew up seeing a lot of illness. Autoimmune disease and heart disease blindness is and all of that so I didn't start from the point of going to be healthy and illness just sometimes happens. I started from. This is GonNa Happen. Everybody's anything I can do to prevent it So I lived in a lot of spend a lot of years living in fear of not not wanting to have that outcome you know and then and then over year over the years I seek out actually a lot. The older women who are leaving vibrant lives. Who are working or doing something that the they're passionate about into their senior years and I've seen those women as inspiration and as a way to pivot from? I don't want to be misdiagnose like my mom was misdiagnosed for three years of cancer. Got Missed and then she ended up badly for twelve years. Various advanced advanced cancer. I don't WanNA end up like that so I've pivoted to say I want to be like other women like one of our speakers who started started surfing at fifty and still serves in her seventies or a lot of other or care and find seeing that. I've watched that global movement from Beacon Street stage. I want to be like those swimming. I WANNA find my passion. I want to unchain myself from things that are impeding my creativity or preventing me from being my whole heart itself to whatever I'm doing and eh and that's where I wanna go as opposed to prevent so the mindset means you know mindset is important so obviously we don't know it's it's not a hundred percent proof we can do everything we know is right and we could still get disease is now majority of cancers still show up and people without family history. Korea was already genetic mutations so you know there's only so much we can do whatever we can do it then step two is early detection section. Because I've seen it with my own eyes. When devastating disease detected early cancer could become curable is detected late it it becomes a death sentence so prevention when we can as much as we can early diagnostics and then you know if diagnostic happen then personalized treatments so whatever diseases detective hopefully super early than personalized treatment to get that addressed secure so I'm very interested in to testing genomics and precision in personalized medicine? And then of course moving on diseases chronic or couldn't be cured and we have kind of next is level. It's therapies and drugs that can support a person was serious chronic disease so recent city of those medications so making them also personalized. So that you know Matt Persons microbiome microbial comes into this as a big factor now that is being investigated investigated then the water. Work is being done. That space in terms of making therapies work better Depending particular person's particular genomics Jason microbiome etc.. So that's so it kind of moving from prevention to various interventions so I had that magical Michael Hat that I could put on Then what would prevent all the all. The disease as possible will be empowered to prevent the disease his If that's not possible than early diagnosis and personalized treatment. So that the whole goal is so that we can continue to live breath. He'll see vibrant productive happy. Lives I like curiouser and that you talked about how you've sought kind of mentors in this space as.

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"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

HIT Like a Girl

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

"We have absolutely and they were talking about health literacy recently and thinking thinking about you know forced learning a lot of times people. Don't go and find the information they need on until either they get sick or somebody in their their their family or loved one. Get Sick but being on the other side how how do you make it easy for people to understand all of the either technology or information that is out there. That is irrelevant Yeah so that's actually a very interesting question because as an engineer ear was two masters degrees and having done a lot of program management and Working Cross functionally always just needed to do a lot of Research and dive into areas might not be so familiar with and bring myself up to speed very quickly and then as a patient advocate. I mean I've I dove into all kinds of areas. You Know Cancer Research in clinical trials and understanding. You know minute details of different tests etc catch catching preventing if you medical errors. That could have occurred if I wasn't diligent and they're so so so I I know how to do it. I don't stop until I get an answer but when I learned I had cancer myself it was almost like I couldn't Yucel missile same muscles. Because you know my own like I kind of you know. I didn't completely fall apart or anything because I kind of knew like okay. Well now I have to to deal with it and and I have the resources that I need and I have the capability to maybe look for the answers but you have a different kind of almost easier easier to go to bed for somebody else. That is self sometimes so it was just an interesting to observe that even the most educated educated and the most resourceful person would also need a patient advocate themselves if they end up being in the in so you know in the critical situation. Yeah but then there's also The help of community that you know I kinda had a lot of support support and I was able to come turn that around and like okay. I'll be my own advocate. I know how to do it and then you know I. Just keep advocating for myself although that's hard sometimes so we sometimes share there's other patient advocates that it's could be frustrating system you know we'll bumping up against assistant. That is not always optimal the. There's there's some barriers to getting out patient formation whether that's cover shirk or the whole idea of challenges and of course when somebody stealing was a physical challenge it just makes it so much more difficult to deal with hoping other aspects of healthcare that show shortly related to just getting just getting help me that just getting treatment. I'm sorry. What was your question about education right so I think which was it's getting too is if you're obviously very well poised to have been editor mother's side to be that advocate and I think you did a beautiful job articulating? You know how how that doesn't always translate when you're package yourself. What about for just lay people in the marketplace or people that may be lacking that same level of attune tournament to the healthcare system or just knowledge resources barriers? You know how do you translate or even with some of the customers you work with now. How do you to make sure that that technical or these very sophisticated systems are these ideas? Come across in ways that everyone can understand So then maybe that is a job of Somebody like myself or the function that we as marketers. Now take on ourselves is how do we communicate that message message who is the Quote Unquote target audience that we want to reach and what is the what are the right breath channels and what are the right ways and the right language to use to To communicate that to reach people and I think that is you know comes back to storytelling in an relating and an empathy and getting besides somebody Who needs help and getting arm around them? What didn't you found to be some of the more effective ways of storytelling storytelling? Has it been through. A certain medium has been through video or certain educational channels or is it literally just as you're saying being side by side with somebody and along with them as they're going through their journey well absolutely so the face to face connection is always the strongest. We knew it in business. And obviously within you know come to Interacting with patients or patients trying to make impact them and in any kind of idea. You're trying to communicate. So that's that's the best if you don't have that capability ability to be somewhere you're physically present with somebody than video so we're talking about the rise of health telehealth so that's ability ready to bring people together who are not physically In the same space so there is some challenges to adoption of telehealth and spend a lot of talk about wise. It's not and why is it not picking up quicker and maybe especially in those areas that perhaps need those solutions most they might be just not equipped quipped or afraid of the technology or they might not even have Little Internet access that would be necessary for it to work so there the various like that certainly but you asked what channels what ways work best well known that for a while like live live video connecting with somebody over videos one thing but posting continent video form. People are still drawn to that but also audio podcasts. As you know you're talking you're you're very successful podcast right now. So that is an amazing medium that continues to grow and you know we. I know that people are different. Learners some vision you know visual learners an auditor Laura. Some people are drawn to video and some people actually processing permission veteran audio. I love boasts but I really liked the audio format myself. I find that video could be a little bit distracting instructing for somebody like myself was ad so even when I'm talking to clients or unless it has to video actually prefer to talk on the phone. Yes I can just focus on the voice and message result destructions technology was video. Could actually be sometimes very distracting. Because you know it's just a the connection challenges and this and that and people shuffling papers or you know that anyway. So so I find it actually destruct and then I think even with text you know social obviously can use video you can use a images That's important but I think words matter and the way you Use the language which to bring idea forward I think is is important and we used to have one hundred forty characters on twitter announce to eighty. But it's still a very succinct message and I find I find it is a different kind of challenge and you know writing long form content But I think there's an opportunity to grab somebody's attention then if you're talking about somebody something that's of interest to them and then there is opportunity to learn more you know. Get people resources or you were talking about making Accessible information accessible so that could be opportunity to kind of break it down into small chunks and then give people additional additional resources if if if they're interested so the companies you work with now that you consult with that you're helping do some help them get their message out and their big ideas ideas you said that you know the Beacon Street. The tax is a great platform to do it. Have you run into anyone. That has a solution or something out there. Air That maybe they've brought you an idea and it just seems like a solution for the sake of a solution. Maybe it's not solving a problem in health care or maybe they have have a great idea. Maybe you have another example. Give you another opportunity that maybe it's not just a solution that you might not see a lot of value for but and it's just out there not really solving a problem. They're searching for problem right or have you met somebody that just. The radio is so complex. They're not able to break it down or even in articulating rickie leading it to you. You have trouble translating. What's going on because we've made some people and it really like you have to sit there and dig under all these layers to be able to connect the the dots and I think someone like you with your level knowledge education and understanding in the space? You know these people do have trouble letting them know what's going on on so do you have any examples of people work with where again they had a solution chasing a problem or maybe they were just. They didn't job simplifying what they were trying to deliver to the marketplace. For sure I can talk to this from a number of different perspectives so I have a particular client example because we tend to not work. We wouldn't take people like that on if it feels like. It's just the solution looking for problem. That's not a real world issue that the to solve but ahead ahead come across this in my coaching clients often for like a storytelling coaching for enterpreneurs. And I can. I can relate to some parts of because I'm an engineer. have to advance engineering degrees in. I think like an engineer so when people get excited about the technology has some really cool thing they could actually put together a do but they don't have an understanding of You know real your world applications of it or they need out there that I've seen it a lot where as you said. There is a solution looking for a problem. And and there's been some successes where actually things matched up and it ended up. You know maybe that technology just nobody thought of what problems could solve so it is sometimes situations like that but I see a lot of engineers and I can recognize that. oftentimes maybe maybe people want to just focus on what they know and focus on technology and do you know cool Develop cool things. And they don't have the expertise themselves but which is fine but what I see sometimes in startups they don't reach out to get that expertise or they just all we need. We need to have a product I want you to have min valuable viable product. And then we'll start you know showing around to people etc so so you know. Bring the patient experience. There's a lot of conversation on social my friend. Grace Court of Hana talks about it all the time and also the Gen and others the savvy. Coop they talk about it all the time and bring patients in early on asked patients. What is the problem and not? Just patients providers doctors physicians like US paint points everywhere. Yeah it's mind blowing that we would ask the people that it might actually be four or that have to put their hands on the stuff and I mean it's it's I can see how could be scary to talk to people. How how'd you find the right? You know how do you tap into the right population so the companies that figure out how to do that..

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"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

HIT Like a Girl

17:38 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on HIT Like a Girl

"She has so much to share. So let's dive. It feels now where you're I had begun and then it's been twenty plus years in between because growing up. There was a lot of illness us in my family so I I think I never felt invincible as a child because I always saw others. who were not invincible around me? So I think I was. Always sensitized sensitized to that Experience of somebody who has health challenges and You know when I first came to this country I I was the only one in the fat and the extended family. Who thought that the spokane? I thought that I just begin English but it was better than them. So had so many opportunities to translate and take my family members to medical appointments and so that was my very first introduction. The whole healthcare system was out really knowing anything about the country's new immigrant and barely knowing your language and trying to navigate You know helping family remember with these complex medical issues that they've had so So that that I can pick my interest in this whole you know. The healthcare works in the United States. Eight and then when I was getting my first degree studying software engineering systems engineering so in terms of where to apply my skills that was quite open so what I ended up getting my first full time job is working for Medical software startup. Actually it was a medical device company with medical software startup arm mm-hmm and I got to do Hands Work Developing Medical Treatment Planning Systems For Use by Europe's neurosurgeons surgeons and medical physicists. To treat diseases of the brain so brain tumors and brain aneurysms using a novel technology that was developed in conjunction conjunction with that company by company and the joint central relation therapy. It was part of Dana Farber and how h system so there was no radio. Surgery was the noble approach of treating brain tumors Living Radiation in the way that spare the healthy tissue so off it was fascinating to have my dream job and do computer graphics and backbone architecture for Feel that those just felt so very meaningful. All I'm doing something with my My Day to day job. That is saving people's lives and that felt very meaningful and important. And so do I spend their for years. You know start up culture just an incredible experience group of people very satisfying and important work We'll just so happen that During those four years my mother was diagnosed with stage four metastatic breast cancer that was very danced so as I started to be the major caregiver to her. It wasn't you know I felt like well. I'm already cut in the medical field as a caregiver etc to new to deepen my mastery of A software skills. My technical skills moved to a different industry and ended up working in the eight years before moving to consulting. But I've because I was a caregiver for my mom can it be at every step of the way for twelve years as she battled metastatic breast cancer. I've the healthcare system from a whole different perspective as an insider being side by side was a Very ill patient. That's actually benefited from quite a few traditional therapies and clinical trials and the number of different Chemo's and also hormonal Donald Treatments etc.. So it became a become a patient advocate. So helping my mom and then over time helping a lot of other members of my family in others. There's so here I had my feet planted in the high tech world. I was still doing product development. I was You know patient advocate. I continued to be since one twenty years of patient advocacy and And then they moved into technical consulting outing I ended up somehow moving further and further away from direct product development. But I kept looking for other ways to be engaged engaged with the whole medical community inovation community so I ended up co founding a ted Ex event independently independently organized Ted ex conference of. If you're familiar with Ted talks. Those eighteen minute talks that people. See here around the world old so We started a nonprofit seven plus years ago here on the Boston area called ideas in action and Main thing we do was that nonprofit which is an education space is organized conferences and advanced tax beacon. Street is Familiar to people in the Boston area. as somebody who's been so passionate interested in the space of medical technology in healthcare innovation and and can level healthcare the delivery methods and Kostanic changes from that improve patient experience at Cetera. So I've brought the number of speakers to today's Beacon St Stage that talked about those specific issues in fact a couple of years from our stage Whole new movement at got launched A? We're a global is a women's health activist movement. That is actually doing the work. Around the world on a mission to use the power of women's activism and the desire to bring about change from kind of human centered to space space. So I I'm happy to have been able to. You know have a small part in Kinda like giving the platform for that initiative to launch but additionally so what I Do a lot with ex beacon street designed coach speakers so I've grown to really love storytelling rolling and I've grown to understand the importance of storytelling physically. Anything so to bring it back to what I'm doing we now and what might piece of the puzzle is I see myself as an innovation catalyst so I see my role as to find those pieces the puzzle that need to come together to address. Healthcare needs people's healthcare needs in the healthcare healthcare issues in a holistic way so going back to technical career. My last corporate GIG was with Google. Where was for more than five years variety of different roles us and I mentioned how over time had moved further away from hands on development but I also moved further away from in my day job working on things that that were meaningful to me so as I was doing a lot of passion projects Beacon Street working with speakers in in mazing innovators and people who are passionate and accomplished and did work in the healthcare space. I wanted to be there full time. I wanted To-do Can get go back to that work that I still remembered from my early days is being very fulfilling and an important. So while to goes looking can for ways to get involved with Initiatives in the space life sciences at Cetera so It just seemed like it was a great opportunity to move on and carve out the new project for myself going forward so that go back three years now. Ah When I love Pogo without knowing exactly what I was going to do but what I did now is that I wanted to combine the my strong technical background around experienced by that time already had my second masters in engineering management so combining those deep roots in technology he also having had experience in life sciences medical devices medical software having been a patient advocate for twenty plus years and now I didn't do that having become a cancer patient myself I wanted to An explosion experience with storytelling. I wanted to bring all of these aspects together and do something meaningful. In the health tax space and then so I continued to coach entrepreneurs and and business people in storytelling and delivering winning pitches information competitions and consulting business strategy. But what I'm doing now would have your health as chief innovation. Catalyst is We've joined forces with seven crystal. Who is a well known? Social Media. influence Eric and a digital practitioner. And very well known in a lot of emerging technology and a little different technology Arenas so join forces to create of your house. They'd be to be marketing consultancy With a focus on social media so we actually used social media as is a platform to give a variety of people and an organization and companies in life sciences in hell stack space that ah exposure that voice that opportunity to bring forward. Those big ideas I can you know Ted Ted talks talks big ideas of what they're working on today and connect them was the audience that is eager to hear this information. So that's what's what I'm most passionate about now. Invasion catalysts is using that storytelling in this form of social media. Didn't also mention is. I've been always connector of people ideas so I built communities of the next because the street is also a huge community that had been growing over the last seven years. So what I find is is that social media is also a tremendous community. I've met amazing people over the last three years that I've been on social I love engaging with people and I love bringing people together and that's what we do is if you're a halse probably at this point I don't know there's a lot of any say you'd think that made I think you seamlessly wove together kind of the narrative beginning to end to allow allow us to understand where some of that early exposure even as a young child. A young adult has really landed you where you are now. I'm struggling with where to begin. So you're telling us when we first met before we sat down to record that you were really doing. Three D.. Mapping of the brain kind of by excuse my ignorance by yes. Yeah so I can tell us until this week what was what was the rudimentary work going on. And you know what it feels like now. Maybe a couple of decades later in a position to see what's going on currently in that space well absolutely so What what was so? Oh interesting fascinating about my first full time job in the space and being a software engineer in the in the start up working with is Images of the brain. So I'll just talk a little bit. About what the technology was back then in one thousand nine hundred and then I'll talk about what I had scene at him just earlier this year. And how the particular technology had evolved in what is now possible so so what we had to do. Twenty years ago for patients with brain cancer we use the cat. Scans a series of two the images. Scan where the metal frame literally had to be bolted on the patient's head to provide that frame of reference that Eh Allowed for sub millimeter accuracy. which was so important in using radio surgery to treat brain tumors in the for listeners? That it said no meter accuracy is what allowed them to target the therapy in the right location of the brain exactly literally Shape the site. The shape of the radiation literally around the tumor could be actually very Kind of funky shape and spare the healthy tissue so a lot of work went into preparing pairing for that radio surgery so medical physicists or the neurosurgeon had to outline on every two D. slice off Patient Anatomy the brain scam. mm-hmm medical physicists. Would outline literally the size of the shape of the tumor but it also optic nerve and brain stem and is is all the critical structures that needed to be avoided during the delivery of high levels of radiation So so that was dead and and then what what what my work was actually take those three d images with the outline little pencil outline dumb computer. The structures in three D representation of that could be manipulated in space and then that was used to create a treatment plan. So and how long did did that take at that point in time when you're using it for somebody that was making moderately impacted. That needed that type of treatment. Oh so the patient had to be scanned the day before was was that the metal frame four bolted on the head. They had to keep it on until the images where process than the outline was made just in case if they had to be scan again and then so they had to stay stay overnight in hospital for the night before and then this would happen and then the medical fizzles out lentil structures and run ronna software that would actually create beautiful three d graphics and then plan the surgery etc so it's Only interesting to talk about what happened. Twenty years later because at hands just earlier this year I saw what is happening now in the company brain lab which used to be extra competitor of ours twenty years ago so what they do is done now by them and others is all of that. Reconstruction of Humor Humor krill structures three Ds that had the medically. So there's software now processes cans. There's no need for off off frame. Metal frame patients has all of that. You know increases the obviously patient safety and comfort and also the speed you of the procedure etc I saw operating room of the future. was exhibited in the eighteen business booth so there was a combination of technology like a five G. enabling technology communications and then a brain lab that the all the imaging image processing and three d instructor generation and also used magic leap. which is those A are goggles so the combination of all street technologies has is just a tremendous potential. Not only of the replacing all that unnecessary now work by medical physicists and neurosurgeons and the patient involvement but was the magically augmented reality glasses eliminating the need for computer screens because because during a procedure you know so complicated after have nursing and staff and you have to have a Lotta information displayed. So they now can eliminate computers and all that information displayed literally on the display on the Had said man reality headset. It was just I was just just established. I knew there was tremendous progress. Dan In twenty years. I mean and so many different areas. It was just amazing to be like literally. The there was a mock-up operating room. which I I used I used to go? And we used to calibrate systems and hospitals in the operating rooms etc and then to be operating room of the future where patients patient's still get brain tumors. Obviously right so But the technology has Gone so so much forward with that. It was just you. You know exciting. That was specifically what I used to do. Twenty years ago is being done now this way but where it was so exciting for me. My current role is like I cannot talk about it. I can block about it on social media as part of my coverage hymns or You know we can highlight with our clients are doing and a lot of people who are not connected with us now can know and what is also empowering is is that let patients potential patients current you know patients with these diseases could know what's available. What's possible so I love social media's in education too I learned a lot so social media myself but I also love using this as education tool for patients to to find resources find other people find that communities find information that is sometimes needed to basically kill?.

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"irma" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on KTRH

"To see this before you leave for this news back we got in our discussion yesterday got a picture of cousin Eddy from the movie Christmas vacation this is Irma Hey were they you know use much as he possibly can but that was for fun I was looking through some of the stuff that people that work with us we're able to post really good information about getting the mulch volcanoes don't tell him he starts to get me started on that one the proven three step flea elimination program poison ivy control all these posts that we got to post on Facebook and the reason I bring all the steps if you're not follow us on Facebook you really should because we've got a lot of good information comes out every week every week in more than just a great radio show like Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays their stuff being posted on the garden line Facebook page and we're gonna tie you into our nurseries friends like I was just talking about Warren sending guards here's another great one mas nurturing their got brought up a couple times in the conversations that people live on the far southeastern side near the water Texas city league city Seabrook kima bay cliff Clear Lake Pasadena laporte this is your go to garden center it's at fifty five eleven Todd mill road in Seabrook and if you wanna landscape near the water you need the experts understand landscaping near the water and that's mas nursery plus they have everything I talk about and then some plus the decorative accessories the kind of cool your garden just things around the you can hang on the walls with the roof extension the patio is that if.

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"irma" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Home but everything it's like a chain it's like exiting the front door but it we're all still connected bitcoin turn joy to each other that the sharing of joy of harmony of teaching you can see the trees you can see the lake and the rivers you can see the an where you need to receive that peace and tranquility to a place where you need to find what you're seeking let me hold.

"irma" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

17:03 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Bendy Janas this is real science bettas of Gafa seat the break and I am here as so haven with two of my favorite lady He's Judith Grasshopper and Irma Star Spirit to they were going to be talking about what is this Shit Manic so without further ado to introduce Miss Judith Grasshopper who's win to welcome US hey soul haven in the house thank you everyone my name is judith grass offer and I want to the audience and of course Rolls Angel Little Wolf Peres it's wonderful to share this time again once with Star Spirit woman and this beautiful healing space that we have here located at fifty six West Forty Fifth Street Room seven gene old to hear evenings added as in Sunday's offering many classes with many beautiful teachers many learnings gotta love and compassion laughter you know as my thing I love to laugh I love to live in a and I need to move my body that's why I got little advancing here with chair yoga last month down and hang out with us this is the space that we have located since last Caprio we've been holding it down trying to to reach our beautiful community to come and shared their energy with us and you say you know my laughter shared your laughter with my laughter and Mike My Heart grow even wider wiser wider and wiser my heart opens to laughter I get wiser and then the sun shines down on me and I get to sing sing sing you gotTa Roll Roll Roll that Boat Rolling Roll Roll Back Roll Roll Roll Die Volk down to forty fifth street come on down role that bold drink that wine row that broke drink some cheese throw that bode but being sing sing it with me well how do you drink cheese you mix it in your mouth with some water and so so welcome that's my little and introduction thank you I'd like to introduce the audience to Irma's Star Spirit High Armand and the heavy one thank you saying Tofa agonise again welcoming both of us gross at burn me I go by the name of Turtle Women for many years now and I just want to open up with a little indication for the community Ah to remember that the hearts the hearts of the sky open and blacks US keep us well keep a strong keep is protected keep us aligned in medicine and I'll walk in talk may the spirit of the light beings the holy beings the ancestors always be with us Scott higher the earth be with us me this earth be blessed be protected be watched over be kept from harm's way from the natural earth disasters map people be there for each other may we remember all our relations from the four legged to to Lincoln the six legged the eight legged creepy crawlers to the fish to the whales dolphins two turtles and heart of ourselves hard of who you are hard of knowing who you are hard of knowing right you have a blood lineage whether you know of who you come from you hold that blood that bloodline strong keep it saying exploiter depths explorer your life explore your passions toy no you're interconnected to the three world upper world lower in the middle world within the next two directions to accompany US also the elemental for the Miami the east the fire the West the earth the moon the north the aw in style water these are my in directions we have all types of actions the medicine wheel is a wheel of life no way you are where you're centered at where you're walking and where you also need to move to don't get too comfortable because the shifts are about movement in about moving so today's agenda or what we're GonNa talk about little is about me movement and the movement beyond this world so welcome everybody sh about two with the shot up to Alex a to everyone that always takes time to listen thank you I noticed that whenever we open with the directions with an invocation with a prayer that does shift it feels like before we started this interview those etc Geico like a chaos like there was a lot of unsettling rate in his to sell people stuff right why is why is so important because this is I think that I see in classes where people are in a circle and they're inviting what's important the space that transitioned prayer why even have it is an unnecessary does really do anything isn't it signed wherever wants to respond well like you said the transition we're coming from a location from from school from shopping from hospitals visiting would've oh person going through trauma going through traffic we're all rushing huffing and puffing worried about the time arrival hoping to arrive on time hoping to not miss anything coming into the space and this is not only for our location but at any classes I've taken many classes I've actually Russian there and I'm sweating and my body's shaking and I need some water and I need to really lacks yes we take off our shoes we put our bags down we look for space to govern sit we say hello to our neighbors to the left to the right of us we have alone good teachers but we're still not really centered where like our hearts are racing and all of sudden it's time to just breathe in the teacher comes and say as beautiful words like Irma's just star spirit woman said Jokester I'll let her say a prayers and yes when it's time for me to step in I won't take on that role but when it's that moment a shift in the energy will occur because our bodies now coming into center to focus paying attention to all surroundings our two now being shared with the higher rooms to spirit guide to Jesus to Ray Buddha to Anna more kingdom to our walks we pray with the waters wash US invade us to the feathers animals that surrendered to us and we now hold a sacred object so once we're in this space energy medically comes in the mind becomes more focused with the fullest attention connecting once again it's always connecting to the heart the heartbe well the heart received well the heart undestands well the heart shares I love with others within the space that's the rush the doors now close in different environments all that is appeared and spoken with in this space when other classes once again in any space that you go to it's to be kept in sacredness within the race and as you finish the class okay were to spokane everyone speaks up shares and hugs and laughter interiors come out because our hearts become one in this space there is no discrimination there is no discretion there is no anxiety there on the worries out is a listening listening through is aw we're hearing through our heart is at sea so within the space and within the space of many in in this room all that attend we say to each other we're here for each other L. is they speak I am here I am here to hold the space with you you are here to hold this space with me and everything shifts everything just the energy automatically shifts sometimes people sell them I saw warm in here just you know you feel the heat I think it's because allergy has not come in and some we carry spirit archangels here no I love talking walking with my Buddha so as I come into my sacred space I'm calling migraine Buddha and some other guide so it's the F- The room when it's only like fifteen people it's really a multiple of thirty or forty five shoveling and we feeling share it we feel it but it's all over and as you come in you're hustling again bustling and trying to fit you settle in and Olsen everything changes shifts it's like your shoulders go back and sitting in a higher share you're sitting in a nice comfortable chair and the whole entire mind everything changes your persona changes you're here to learn and you're here to share and as we said rope or McColl's the thread world connected as the door opens were all exiting going down the elevator understanding of compassion everything has been connected and no worries no worries no worries or worries had left I love that you mentioned the keyword one of the key words to the focus topic of today's discussion worship which is manic journey now outs side of the space people may not know what that means can you share with us a little bit of what it means to have a shamanic journey what is that shamanic journey a demonic journey is like we said before finding a place we're you can find that tranquillity tranquillity can be as long as you can breathe in breathe in bring it down to the throat bring it down to the heart down to the stomach the solar plex feeling the energy travel straight down to the feet they had come down to the root k but you really go down try to pass the routing just go down to the feet that's where earth earth stories and just grounding that and you can actually breed that relaxing the mind breathing it and you can actually relax breathe in the subway station yeah and go on Chamonix journey a journey is going to a location at brings peace tranquility a place where you can actually relax and also a place of intention what is the intention behind Chalon journey what is the intention behind journey why do you wish to journey they said that you misplace something you want to connect to up to one you want to journey into the future you want to journey some where in the past you want to journey into of location of place location time and place in the near future to actually see your well being gene something good come out of the journey to release anything that does not surround you in harmony so you can go onto a nice journey see yourself in amounted you're leaving Eric City you're going up towards ban mountains you can see the travel calls you can see the birds you consider raccoons squirrels chump and harp as you're walking up to this beautiful sacred mountain has been there for hundreds of years before Al creation you could see the trees as you walk you can see a beauty full land nice grassland shines gleams down from the sun and this asked land is beaming the Sun Right on introducing inviting you.

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"irma" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Was the costliest hurricane to ever hit Florida until Irma and revisions two years ago and people certainly remember Irma and what Irma did so anyway fingers crossed really really hoping that we don't see the worst of Dorian get maybe a little bit lucky and fears in a little bit of a different direction here's the big shocker on the political front and I just mentioned I was in Iowa the Democratic National Committee is going to reject I was planned for virtual caucuses that complicates the Iowa Democratic Party's implementation of what they call the twenty twenty presidential caucuses and threatens really what's happening with them going forward but it was confirmed late on Thursday that that's what the deal is it follows a meeting of the DNC's rules and bylaws committee last week in San Francisco where members voiced concerns about the security of the Iowa plan and the potential for hacking because of course were always worried about hacking and that if you think about it though the idea of the virtual caucus plan was to work with New Hampshire which follows I with the presidential nominating process and has certainly talk to any changes that make Iowa's caucuses looked too much like the primary for years there have been complaints that I was process makes it impossible for people who can't show up on a caucus night at a precinct location to make their voices heard and that it takes too long people are complaining process is too long too long so that was the idea of doing this and it's not going down some is less so that the DNC rejecting the virtual caucuses does Conor through this all in two questions so what's up next speaking of what's up next and my little version of odds and ends this is kind of interesting I drove by a target today and I said to the hubs who's with me wow target used to be the place that everyone in our opinion this place everybody went then they had the hacking with the credit cards and now they're doing some interesting things Walmart and target are hosting carseat recycling events in September so what does that mean they are offering big incentives to keep the seeds out of landfills because the timber is national baby safety month so they've got these in store training in events to recycle the seats anything about the get a twenty percent coupon on baby gear in exchange for old seat that could be lucrative for some people so for Walmart they've got about four thousand stores and then they're saying you get the Kerr so you get a thirty dollars gift card that can be used in the store online or you know what not and I bet you that this is interesting but they're going to have a lot of people turning in car seats target I guess did it back in twenty sixteen and they had a half a million car seats and about eleven point nine million pounds they say of materials that have been recycled a I'm for that units be on any political team to say that's not a bad idea why not and then you get something for it in exchange because I've seen those car seats I was doing historian a landfill I remember it is odd and this is why I bring it up it is really stuck out to me like wow it seems like there's a lot of our sleeves and of course it goes to that whole recycling and what's tougher to you know what what's done can't the landfills was tougher to to break down and certainly there's there's more difficult things than that but it was something that stuck out to me that in this particular place where I was it seems like there's an ordinance number of them so Bravo over trying to figure out a way smart on their part right because it's commerce get people in the store but it's also smart because they're doing something about a problem frankly right so that's pretty good I saw this too I happen to catch this that Alex Trebek who is seventy nine completed his chemo and he's taping season thirty six remember he's got the worst of the worst stage for pancreatic cancer and that's like a death sentence for so many people when they hear that but he looked okay I mean he said he's thankfully that's over any cities on the man's best you can hope for and he's doing what he loves doing and I didn't realize this because I was thinking what's the number when it comes to that kind of cancer and remember Patrick Swayze had a lot of famous people I have had that cancer about fifty seven thousand people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the US that's engine six from the American cancer society forty five thousand are expected to die of the disease in twenty nineteen the survival rate generally very it's very difficult we have tank reality cancer he is under contract to twenty twenty two anything pretty upbeat he made a really funny joke I thought he said he wondered who might play him in a biographical film Betty white the legend who's not ninety seven and I thought that was quite clever so he still has his sense of humor which is a very good thing when you're going through something that's really really really tough and and obviously that is already mentioned coming up I have a quick give away for somebody I want to make it official I thought I did on their concert here this person or someone from their organization on their whoever it is I don't think is going to win but they're all kinds of groups at this speaking engagement or I was in the morning Iowa so somebody will win flush you win these are taking the movies spider man far from home don't let go and spend its war those are the three movies that will be looking at this time around the sort of a sneak peek at something that you might want to go and see on this holiday weekend.

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"irma" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"irma" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Today. She was a preschool teacher. Yeah. You just never know where you're gonna hear for Morgan Morgan Felix taken over next. I'll talk to you tomorrow morning, five am on AM Tampa Bay here on NewsRadio W F L as the warm weather returns. So do mosquitoes, termites and other annoying pests take stand this year with a five star pest control experts at crop Metcalf. Their pest control technicians, have the training and techniques to stop mosquitoes termites or any other pests that might be bugging, you and your family. Call one eight hundred go crop or visit crop Metcalf dot com for more and remember. Yeah. Metcalfe hall of the five star technician, and proud partner of the Washington nationals. This is ninety seven point one worship him until being up here. You've got to hurry in for this. The buy one get one event. It's on mattress warehouse. Select mattresses are buy one get one free bed pillow. Buy one get one fifty percent off at mattress warehouse. Now carries mattresses. So now you can try it before you buy a limited time. Save one hundred twenty five dollars on your Necker mattress purchase and get to pillows free and buy with confidence with the mattress warehouse one year price guarantee. Find a better price someplace else they'll match it plus fifty percent of the difference. Mattress warehouse checkout sleep happen dot com for a location near you. Dot com. States. News, traffic, and weather. This is NewsRadio WFL a Tampa. And Rex TB HD two Clearwater. Hurricane season begins Saturday, emergency managers, fear the day cat, five hurricane hits, Miami, Tampa, or Fort Lauderdale, but even small storms have the power to wipeout smaller communities. We must have a plan going forward of how are small cities, and our small counties can afford cleanups. We cannot expect a city with three and a half million dollar budget to afford a forty million dollar cleanup, Florida emergency management director. Jared Moskowitz says they're still working to reimburse counties that were hit by hurricane Michael last year. Florida's emergency managers are repaying a favour from their counterparts in Oklahoma. The Florida Department of emergency management, is sending a team to Oklahoma to assist with response to catastrophic flooding. They'll help with local operations in Muskogee county and also work with the Cherokee nation, which encompasses fourteen Oklahoma counties during hurricane Irma in two thousand seventeen Oklahoma sent an eleven person team to Monroe county to assist with local disaster response. I'm alan. Factor. Many people don't carry cash, especially coins, but tell that to the TSA a report released by.

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"irma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"irma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Existed before hurricane Irma hit a lack of affordable housing simple geography is one of the biggest obstacles to building of any kind. Here. The keys are one hundred twenty mile long chain of narrow islands. A cost of land is more expensive the cost of the materials to come in to our county is more expensive. And then finding the people to build the homes is more expensive because we're in a workforce housing crisis. Who's going to build the homes where? Where they living when they're here working as a construction worker for our families live. Michelle cold iron is the recently elected Commissioner of Monroe county that includes all of the keeps. I think where we're being challenged right now as being is getting our reimbursement from FEMA. There's so many moving parts getting funding approved for getting a Bill approve its multi pronged. So it takes longer the avenues neighborhood on big pine key is one of the polices Irma. Hit the hardest. The island lies between two of the bigger population centers, key, west and marathon, and many of the people who live and work in the keys. Call it home. Some people never came back like they didn't come back after after the storm. There was nothing to come back to. And I think they knew it. It's here that Lantis Maggie Whitcomb is trying to help address the affordable housing problem. One car. Outage at a time. You can say the water that window, the Florida Keys community land. Trust is building homes that will be designated as forceable rentals permanently stackable laundry that was donated one is finished three more or under construction with mortar follow the structures are elevated to avoid flooding and engineered with stem two hundred mile per hour winds we can't survive here. If. If the people that that make things run every day aren't aren't here, and they can't stay if they don't have a place to live, but the need here is greater than the land. Trust can meet homelessness is a real problem here. Stephanie cable who works with people experiencing homelessness in key west hurricane Irma. Only exacerbated the problem. A lot of individuals who are impacted by hurricane Irma. Don't believe that they are homeless. They consider themselves survivor of the storm. But as the programs have ended and.

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"irma" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"irma" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I do chicken. But that noon whistle wakes me up every month. Speaking of factories. I think I'll go back to my room and punch it. Budget? Yeah. The door is talk. English. What a language. I'm glad at this chance to be alone with you because I want to talk to you. Well, if I said, it was for my sake, would would you learn the rumba the rumba baby. The Park Avenue crowd. Go far because they're going to do and having nothing else to do. They get nervous and start the shake. I think you know, they meet another there kinda was also shaken put them together you've got around. Selfish. All you wanna do is sit here on the sofa when we could be dancing. So chicken what I'm doing is for the good of my fellow, man. Let me ask you how many guys in an orchestra. I don't know. Fifteen I guess, you know, how many guys are employed in the sofa factory ten thousand should I put ten thousand guys out of a job just to keep fifteen working. We'd have so much fun together chicken watching backup. All well. If you would let me teach you the rumba this afternoon, we could go out with Jane, and Richard and the Watkins tomorrow night. Sorry, Irma not interested. No rumble for me. I'm not one of them guys who has to keep bouncing up and down because he ain't got the nerve to look at Damon the. All right out. But don't blame me for what might happen. What are you talking about? Well, Al you're not the only pebble in the sea. And there are plenty of fish on the beach. Because I run but don't threaten me. You're a sweet kid, but take it from me guys are very scarce nowadays before you find another guy at might be a long long time. Harvey concert. My time flies. Was that chicken? Oh, it's not my fault. You see, Jane plain, Jane? I'll find out for my show. Laura, emma. Gosh, it's been a long time. Yes. Harvey. I want you to meet Al this is Harvey along. Well, it's nice to know you. Harvey. You haven't changed a bit? Neither of you. Accept the you're much earlier. Ever hear from any of the folks back home just one remember Tommy Clark. Tommy clark. Certainly he was the first fellow I ever kissed. Gee, how he could kiss. Yeah. Nice guy. He's a glass blower now. But why don't you get lost lost? Well, Irma's roommate. Liz, Stacey said something about Irma wanting to go to a dance tomorrow night. That's why I dropped around. Well, kid change your plans. Sorry, you got rush along but keep in touch. If anything turns up, we'll call you don't bother to right now. He's an old friend. We wanna rumble contest together. Minnesota didn't. We are. Yes. It's been a long time since I danced with you, shall we dust off the old insteps and give it a whirl. Hold up there. Girlfriend of mine is going to dance. But no talk city slicker now just don't make a scene. Hi, everybody. What's going on? Jane, isn't a terrible. They're fighting over me. Fighting. Oh, this must be hard to get out J now. Wait a minute. Al Irma is titled shown pleasure. And if you don't give a tour, she'll get it elsewhere, or you know, what this guy how are you going to prevent it. Hello. Say it, Al. I'll learn the rumba. Thanks. I'm sorry Harvey, but thanks for volunteering perfectly. All right. To tell you the truth. I'm glad it turned out this way, you see this is the same suit. I war when we won the rumba contest. And it's a little tight on me. Well, good bye. Goodbye harvey. Well, I'm glad to see that. You're such a good sport. Don't rub it in. I'm going to let a teach me today and learn to rumba show good. She'll think she's dancing with Arthur Murray, you'll be silly. I wouldn't go out dancing with Harvey. I'm certainly not going to someone else. All right. That's the first portion of my friend Irma from December fifteenth nineteen forty seven dancing fools, starring real Wilson. We'll get back to that. And just a few minutes. With.

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