35 Burst results for "Irvine"

Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

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"irvine" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"irvine" Discussed on The One You Feed

"A few years back, my wife and I were in Paris. We went to see the Mona Lisa. And it was just the most striking thing. Because people weren't looking at the Mona Lisa, what people were doing is doing selfies with the Mona Lisa in the background. And so what were they doing? They were spending this time in this museum. Posting stuff so they could create an impression. So other people could admire them, and that's craziness. Because you don't know these people. And why should they play this role in your life? You're spending the one life you have to live, trying to impress complete strangers. That's crazy. That's crazy. But here we are. And I'm the outlier in talking this way. And I know that. There are some people I want very, very much to please. There are other people who, if they like what I'm doing, I will rethink whatever it is I'm doing and think they've got such different values that I do that if they like what I'm doing, I'm doing something really wrong, right? I've got to think this through again. Also, the desire for affluence, it's easy to go overboard on this. We're living in the dream world of our ancestors. You own right now. I will predict. You own something that the richest man on the Planet Earth could not have owned half a century ago. A good chance it's in your pocket, you call it your cell phone. You've got one. Right? Oh yeah. And the richest person on the planet. A mountain of gold could not have bought it that device. And you've got it. And yet, so how are you responding? Gosh, a newer model iPhone just came out. And if only I had extra money, I could get that. It's a recipe for a dissatisfied life..

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"irvine" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"irvine" Discussed on The One You Feed

"But the one I want to hit on is the practice of stoicism because you do make a good point that zen Buddhism is a practice is an ongoing thing. We keep doing it. And some of the goals, particularly in zen are aiming even somewhere different than just tranquility or equanimity..

"irvine" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"irvine" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Gosh, a newer model iPhone just came out. And if only I had extra money, I could get that. It's a recipe for a dissatisfied life. What's tragic is there's another way you can go where you're going to have maybe not more things, but more satisfaction. And that just seems like the obvious path to take. Welcome to the one you feed. Throughout time, great thinkers have recognized the importance of the thoughts we have, quotes like garbage in, garbage out or you are what you think, ring true, and yet for many of us our thoughts don't strengthen or empower us. We tend toward negativity, self pity, jealousy, or fear. We see what we don't have instead of what we do, we think things that hold us back and dampen our spirit. But it's not just about thinking. Our actions matter. It takes conscious, consistent, and creative effort to make a life worth living. This podcast is about how other people keep themselves moving in the right direction. How they feed their good wolf. This segment has been sponsored by novo Nordisk. There's a lot of bias around weight in our society. We play the blame game. And for folks living with obesity, they carry the burden of that blame every day. But contrary to what many people believe, it's not only about willpower. There's science behind weight loss, losing weight and maintaining it is hard because of how the body responds to weight loss. After losing weight, the body tries to put it back on. And while healthy eating and increased physical activity are important. For many people, it may not be enough to maintain weight that's lost..

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Why America Is at the 'Abyss of Infinite Insanity' With Dr. Gad Saad

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Why America Is at the 'Abyss of Infinite Insanity' With Dr. Gad Saad

"With us right now is one of my favorite guests. He's a lot of fun. Gad sad is the Professor of marketing at concordia university and former holder of concordia university research chair in evolutionary behavioral sciences. He has held the visiting associate professorships of Cornell University Dartmouth college and University of California Irvine. And he also has a phenomenal book that he has authored called the parasitic mind, and he is one of the most articulate and effective opponents of wokeism and the moral decay that is occurring in the west. Professor sad, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. So nice to be with you, sir. So I think it would be helpful, doctor for you to kind of introduce the thesis behind your book, the parasitic mind. A lot of our audience is new and it has been a while since we've had a conversation. Reintroduce kind of the argument you make in that book. And why you've believed that these parasites, otherwise known as kind of the woke variants, are so dangerous to western society. Right, so I face two great wars in my life. The first great war was growing up in Lebanon when the Civil War began, and that allowed me to see the dangers of identity politics because everything in Lebanon is viewed through the prism of your religious identity. And then the second great war that I faced was the one the war that was being waged on reason, science, logic, common sense that we saw on university campuses. I've now been a professor for almost 30 years. And so I wanted to write a book that documented all of these dreadful ideas which I refer to as idea pathogens, postmodernism, radical feminism, cultural relativism, the fear of using biology to explain human affairs. So all of these idea pathogens have correspond human minds, leading us to the abyss of infinite lunacy. And so I wanted to explain first the pandemic of the human mind of the viruses of the human mind and then to hopefully offer inoculation a vaccine against these dreadful

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Former UCLA lecturer threatened to 'hunt' female professor

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Former UCLA lecturer threatened to 'hunt' female professor

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UC Irvine Professor Fired for Refusing COVID Vaccine

The Larry Elder Show

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

UC Irvine Professor Fired for Refusing COVID Vaccine

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"irvine" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"irvine" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Same woman. And I was like, what? And she behaved in this weird way where she wasn't acknowledging that we met earlier. We had very meant. You thought it did, but she was like, it was like, it was the same campaign. And he was like, hi, nice to see you. Welcome to his apartment. I was like, Kristen, we don't have to do this. You've done this before already. No, she has to watch just to run the program. But it was just terrifying. It would be great if she had met you. And she actually had a different name. And she was just completely different. You know, it was just a clone. I'm Christian too. Hi there, you know? I don't know if you guys watch Avatar the last ever. Yeah, but it's like, the woman who, oh, yes. Welcome to the kingdom. Is that like tourist guide woman? It was like that vibes. Oh, okay, okay. I love that one. It makes that Avatar reference. Love it. Love it. Come back to back down to my level. Okay. Let me ask you something like, so you see Irvine. My country's I'm wrong. This gives a lot of Asian American kids there. So I'm thinking, Australia, I don't know exactly where you grew up. I don't know if you're surrounded by a lot of agents growing up. Something that Asian Americans, I wonder if you first went to UC Irvine, you said it was the best year of your life. Did you have a lot of Asian American Friends? Was it weird seeing them? And did you feel like Asian Americans had a completely different vibe than the Asian Australians? Because I know there are a lot of shows. And like, tell me about that. What was different about us? It's like, it's weird. It's like alchemy. It's like ups and downs. There's pluses and minuses, right? In Australia, it was nice. I actually didn't have that stereotypical like, oh, believe in high school like everyone was super welcoming. You know, I had a lot of white friends. I had some Asian ones too. I had like four or 5. They're like four or 5 Asian kids. I thought I was close to, you know, in high school. And it was a.

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"irvine" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"irvine" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"And now you're as a rolling way the fuck far away. Christo cathedral's there, fucking. Yes. Which Irvine is the most white it fence. Oh yeah. We have a color. They have a color Irvine Brown. Yeah. And it's like, oh, this is not what I thought it was going to be. At all. But fortunately, unfortunately it worked out. It was the best day of my life. Fortunately. Okay. Okay. Well, 'cause I was gonna say, I was gonna say, you know, I grew up in Orange County where that was. And Irvine is exactly what you kind of said. For me, it always got that I always got the feeling that everything was too perfect. You know, like everything is so clean and nice and new that you're like, okay, for sure there's a satanic cult here. A 100%. A 100% they're kidnapping children and murdering them like in the In-N-Out. You know? Because it was just too nice. You know, I don't know if you ever got that sense there. Oh, what I was looking for apartments that I didn't know as well, but every single public apartment on a public line. But every single problem is owned by the same company in Ivan. The third event company. And so I walked in in the morning. I had two I had two apartment tour schedule. So I walked into the first one and met this woman named Kristen. And she was very nice, very pleasant blond woman who was like, hi, welcome to our apartment complex. Let me show you the facilities and all this stuff and would you like a cookie? Scary welcoming, right? But this is nice. Okay, great. And then later in the afternoon, I went to this other one on the other side of Irvine and it was the.

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Bill Clinton released from Southern California hospital

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Bill Clinton released from Southern California hospital

"Bill Clinton was released from the southern California hospital Sunday where he'd been treated for an infection in a statement tweeted by Clinton spokesperson the university of California Irvine Medical Center reports president Clinton's fever and white blood cell counts are normalized and he will return home to New York to finish his course of antibiotics and aid to the seventy five year old former president said Clinton had a urological infection that spread to his bloodstream but never went into septic shock a potentially life threatening condition Hillary Clinton has been with her husband at the hospital and left with him Sunday in two thousand and four he underwent quadruple bypass surgery and after that embraced a largely vegan diet that's all his health improved I'm Julie Walker

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Former President Bill Clinton fighting infection in California hospital

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Former President Bill Clinton fighting infection in California hospital

"An aide to Bill Clinton is offering a few details about the former president's hospitalization the aide says Bill Clinton is in an intensive care section of the university of California Irvine Medical Center but he's not receiving I see you care the aide who spoke to reporters at the hospital on condition his name wasn't used did not elaborate on the reason the former president was in the I see you but he does say Clinton had a urological infection that spread to his bloodstream the A. dad's Clinton never went into septic shock and is on the mend Hillary Clinton is with the former president in the hospital the was daughter Chelsea Clinton is not there's no word on the timeline for Clinton's release I'm

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Bill Clinton hospitalized with infection but is "on the mend"

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Bill Clinton hospitalized with infection but is "on the mend"

"Hi my cross your reporting former president Bill Clinton is hospitalized for a non coated related infection former president Bill Clinton is hospitalized in southern California with an infection but a spokesman says he is on the mend spokesman says the seventy five year old Clinton was admitted to the university of California Irvine Medical Center Tuesday evening for non covert related infection the second statement Porter Dr Alpesh Amin and Dr Lisa bar back who said the former president has been administered IV antibiotics and fluids Clinton

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"irvine" Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

04:47 min | 9 months ago

"irvine" Discussed on Trina Talk

"Yeah i i. I have again and the other way in the heat of the moment i have. I've said some things that hurt people and and you know there are things that you can't talk back and there's a few times in my younger life. When i say things that i i just really regretted what is your definition of success. My definition of success would be when You are doing things that align with your deep values and if you were there in life than Then there is meaning. And i think at the end of the day. That's what we want. We wanted to have meaning in her life. How do you recharge. I recharge Through reading and cooking and travel So it has been difficult eighteen months. I i love going to places where i am out of. I'm a out of sorts. In the sense of that. That i'm i'm a culture that's different. I just gets my curiosity going. i love it. I'm taking my head. Because i'm the same way. I love traveling internationally. So yeah it's. I've had two trips land in these last years council. I'm not happy about what are you awesome at. I think i am a gift in connecting with people and People feel that that that i create space where they're heard and they're appreciated and celebrate. What legacy do you want to leave. That here goes a person who built bridges. not walls give the listeners one motivational takeaway That we have lived in eighteen months where we have been afraid of an invisible virus and yet each and every day. We get to sewer emotions and we catch the emotions of others. And it's a power in a choice that we have and so be deliberate in sewing positively being delivered and sewing compassion and love beat deliberate in listening to others because it truly can have an impact beyond your imagination so irvine tell the listeners how they can work with you I believe we have a book out. how they can get all of that and give us. Actually 'cause i didn't touch on it. Tell us a little bit about your book and as well as how we can get it so. The book is called leadership lessons from the pub. I grew up in a pub in northern ireland Where my family We lived it and We were very impacted by. We actually lost our business a terrorist bombing when i was six and so the book was into that goes into the resilience in talks about What happens in this space this pub that creates relationships that can leaders can really learn from so it's That's what the book is. And if you want to contact me. The best is my website. Newton dot com and book information. As there. I also have a youtube channel and every wednesday an episode which looks at emotional intelligence at work and at home so you might want to subscribe there and then i also have a little course. Unemotional intelligence people wanna grow a little bit more. It's totally free. And you can find it at irvine. Nugent dot com forward slash gift and you can access that courson..

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Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 9 months ago

Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

"Talk about the truth. Let's talk about science with one of the few doctors who's out there telling the truth about what we need to know about. Covert therapeutics boston. Vaccines welcome to america. First one on one. It's dr jeffrey balki. Board thirty five primary care physician. Welcome dr to one on one so great to be with you. Thanks so much for having me on. Well we had you on the radio show a week ago. It was super. It was too short. So we've already invited you back for a one on one discussion for those who missed the interview on the radio show and who haven't heard of you before. Just by way of introduction. Who are you what do you do. And what is our ex liberty our expert liberty is my website sev- where people can go and learn more about me. I've got a newsletter that i put out every couple of weeks naked subscribed it out by the way i recently started. A podcast. informed dissent the intersection of healthcare in politics and that can be found at in armed descent media dot com. I'm a primary care physician board-certified. I've been in private practice for over twenty five years i've served as an assistant professor at uc irvine. I've also served as a board member at the orange county medical association and in my spare time. I work as a tactical physician role local law enforcement agency emily last year. I started a charter school. A hillsdale affiliated republic charter school in the city of orange here in southern california but my day job is treating patients that i've treated literally hundreds and hundreds of cova patients successfully by instituting early treatment with many of our repurpose medications. That were really well. You can get visions early

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Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President  of R-Zero

Outcomes Rocket

02:47 min | 11 months ago

Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President of R-Zero

"Talk to us a little bit about our zero. What is it that you guys are doing. how are you adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yes so it was almost sixteen months ago. Now with the academic. I started a a ticket hold. I got in touch with the two mentors in mind. Both entrepreneurs who i've known for about a decade and the three of us started talking about how there's certain events throughout history that just create everlasting societal and infrastructural changes in a dork way. We kinda like in what was happening of the pandemic to nine eleven. How after nine eleven. We have the department of homeland security. You have. tsa fourteen thousand agents. You still can't take a water bottle of where shoes through the airport. You go to a ballgame. You walk through a metal detector. These are all new standards that were created and adopted post nine eleven in some of these psychological star tissue after that event accelerated decrease adoption of those standards. But we never arrest fundamentally the world took on a new posture around security in all shared spaces at our thesis. Fear was at this event of the pandemic was going to broaden that word security to biosecurity to biosafety and in the standards that all organizations are gonna fold as they regard a human health in the safety of their staff their patrons of their communities at large so what we did. Kind of unpacking the disinfection industry. And we've learned quickly that this is a massive industry. Hundreds of billions of dollars market cap governed by these goliath players. Ecolab clorox se. johnson diversey. All of these companies are extremely old. Some over a hundred years old and more or less all pushing commodity chemicals and our response to the pandemic was to go around and host buildings down the chemicals. And that's what we did in. This industry has not evolved with the technology that is becoming become commonplace in almost every other industry. It's extremely antiquated in what we're doing with chemicals. I mean there's there's a lot of limitations there one is. They're not always that effective. There's a lot of human error and how they're applied there's a massive labor cost a massive op ex chemical costs at. It's horrible for the environment. So we got in touch with. Dr richard wade and dr wade actually ran cal osha for fifteen years. He taught at harvard oxford. Uc irvine. We like to call him. The michael jordan's disinfection. He's he's forgotten more about this industry than most of us will ever learn. And he's quite special but he let us on a study to really understand. What are the best tools that exist in infection prevention today. And why have we not democratized access to those

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Standing up for What You Believe in

Creatively Christian

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Standing up for What You Believe in

"Hello everybody This is brandon hollingsworth coming to you. From the theology. Media's creatively christian podcast and i am super excited. I think this is the first time. I've had to people on the podcasts. With me at once with these wonderful. Ladies that i met at international christian music and film festival. Angela and valencia. Say hello ladies. What's going on my god. Yes tell everybody which one is which 'cause you guys are irish twins. So irish twins. Yes i am. angela. And i'm valencia. Irvine is Siblings of saint parents that are less than a year apart. So you're exactly ten months apart so we're like right. Here is irish guess. July twelfth valencia. All right slow everyone out that needs to send your birthday presents. Right no excess. Here's the po box. Well i. i was Privileged to meet you ladies again at international christian film festival and we had a blast. We and we're playing around and collaborating on some projects that i'm really excited about. But we'll leave that over to the side for now because we want to talk about you ladies so so tell our listeners. A little bit about yourself and what you're all about because many of our listeners might not know you so we are like we said irish twins sisters abandoned in this in this wonderful thing called life for for a while blessing and loving on the lord. We're christians i And we always had a like a a little next to just wanna be in front of people to blessed to help to encourage to inspire to you. Know all these things and we just know. God gave us these talents because he gives all of us gifts and talents every single person listening. Now you have talent. You have a gift us. What guy is giving you So he gave us gifts with singing first of all and we just took that gap. Don't just begin lessening his people and singing his praises and you know from nat Joining writing do see all of it.

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"irvine" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"irvine" Discussed on A New Direction

"Dot com and. We're back here on a new direction with dr irvine nugent. In his book leadership lessons from the pub and man we packed a lot of stuff into about fifteen minutes. I was like wow. We've covered a lot. So let's move on the chapter three and now now urban. You have to promise me that if i pronounce these gaelic words incorrectly. That you'll correct me okay. We okay but i'm i'm working on gaelic here okay. So chapter three is mind the crack. Did i get that correct or earthquakes. Which is a irish for a fun atmosphere and the first lesson that you teach us from the pob. Is you get to set the tone. What do you mean we get to set. The tone has a leader. Talk about that. well you know. We're in the midst of a pandemic emmer midst of this invisible virus that everyone has become aware of. And we all are reacting to that in different ways. but we're all reacted in some way and and and really you know emotions are contagious We know that we catch the emotions of other people. There's there's research is replete with examples of of people catching the mood. That another person's in and we also know that leaders have special place in that leaders. Defer a what people defer lots leaders so therefore the leader gets to set the tone because how they show up will be caught by others it will feed itself through the organization and had something at times we leaders don't think a lot about but i always say be very purposeful very purposeful first thing in the morning When you walk in what tone do you want to send. What is your intention and very purpose to check in throughout the day because that has an impact If you go in full of anxiety if you've with some anger etcetera it will impact those around you and your astute enough you'll catch it. You'll catch how people are reacting. So this is a fundamental piece of emotional intelligence in a fundamantal away that a leader influences everything. That's happening around. Your dad had a quote on page thirty. six that i just felt was so powerful. Whatever mood you're in will be reflected back to you by the customers within an hour i you. You don't think about those things. I worked as a bartender for a dozen years and so i- or so and i worked as a bartender and a bouncer and manager of restaurant and it is so true. I remember when i was managing used to tell people you know what it doesn't matter what happened in your day to day or how bad it was..

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"irvine" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"irvine" Discussed on A New Direction

"It doesn't matter the latest sales training at you get etc. It's not going to operate at its peak capacity because we're operating with low emotional intelligence and that impacts in permeates everything. I have a smile on my face. Because i wish more people would grasp what you just said because we do not do a very good job of understanding the importance of the emotional intelligence in expanding hardware and you know you talk about the four dimensions emotional intelligence self awareness self management self social awareness and then social interaction and which i don't know should we talk about those sure. Having where i mean. I'll of people say what is emotional intelligence and i i always say you know. You wanna understand emotional. Intelligence here are four things that emotionally intelligent people do very well number one. They are self aware they know what emotion they're feeling in the moment that the intensity of them emotionally know. What triggers them. They're able to have tools which can actively manage whatever emotional state they're in they're able to recognize emotions and others. They're able to feel a room. They're able to show empathy to others and then they're able to take all of this and manage the relationship towards an outcome and a goal that benefits all the parties concerned. That's beautiful that's just beautiful look. The book is entitled leadership lessons from the pub. his name is dr irvine nugent. By the way we just got started. And is he not brilliant. I told you he was and he is. And you're gonna love because we got more to come. You're listening to him here on a new direction. Hey folks. I have two amazing sponsors epoch. Physical therapy and linda craft and team realtors and epoch. Physical therapy offers just an amazing array of services. Like if you've had surgery they offer that if you are injured they offer help with that. If you are a professional athlete they work with professional athletes. If you have a young athlete who wants to get better at the sport they offer. Help there if you just want to move better. They offer help their listen epic. Physical therapy is the.

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"irvine" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"irvine" Discussed on A New Direction

"A new direction. Mind name is jay is how do we have a great show again for you. This week i would love to say to you that all the way from northern ireland is my friend guest urban nugent. But that's not true. He's he is from northern ireland. He just happens to be here in the states but he is joining us and he has written this outstanding book titled leadership lessons from the pub. Yeah that's what i said. Leadership lessons from the pub. Harnessing the power of emotional intelligence to build a fully engage workplace. Yes dr irvine. Nugent is with us and tell you something about this book. First of all there are some critical lessons for you. Your team your culture That i know are can help you immediately. It's very well written. It's an excellent book. We're going to dig into this But you know what we do right before we get to him. Let's do we do every week. I walk you through the four areas of your life. We are physical mental emotional and spiritual people thought. It was really interesting that in his book. Irvine really did pull out that. We are physical mental and emotional spiritual people it just is truth it really is and so i wanna and here's the deal because i want to do this every week because as i do this. I know that if we're not growing were dying in one of those areas. We do not say static. If you don't believe me look into mere from now to about twenty years ago or ten years ago trust me. Your body's changed. No matter what you did it's changed urban and i- i color my beard. Urban has the gut courage to nut color his beard. But i have to do is just not ready for that yet so listen. Let's talk about physical right. So what does it mean me. Metaphysical on a of went to ten. How would you rate yourself in the areas of getting exercise every day or most every day. I'm eating the right foods right. I'm getting enough sleep drinking enough water. If you were to put that altogether together how would you rate yourself on. Scale wants ten one being miserable ten being great in terms of growth right by the way it doesn't matter what the number is whatever that number is that number is the point is having number so that you have a place that you can grow from. That's the point so if you numbers of three. I'm not trying to get you to attend if you numbers of three. Let's go to a three point five or four because you could certainly do something to change that. Maybe it's give up the soda. Maybe it's cut the sugar. Maybe it's you know. Take your hand at the bag of chips. Whatever that may be right. Maybe it's taking the dog for an extra walk. Whatever it may be go to bed a little earlier right whatever it is. That's where we start okay. So you got your first number. That's fiscal numbers. Second member is the mental number. What i mean mentally what we can all mentally grow in whatever we do. How's your knowledge of what you do in your work right. What are you reading..

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Activision Blizzard Employees Push Back Against Leadership's Lawsuit Response

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Activision Blizzard Employees Push Back Against Leadership's Lawsuit Response

"At activision blizzard. Inc are calling for a walk out on wednesday to protest companies responses to a recent sexual discrimination lawsuit in demanding more equitable treatment of underrepresented staff last week. California's department of fair employment and housing sued the publisher behind games. Like call of duty world of warcraft detailing disturbing incidents of sexual harassment and assault and a culture in which women faced unequal pay in retaliation. Active call the allegations false and distorted in a statement last week in france Executive vice president of corporate affairs sent a letter to staff echoing. The claim infuriated activists. Employees have spoken out on social media in more than two thousand staff. Signed an open letter calling for the company's response calling the company's responses abhorrent insulting. Now they're planning to strike. The walkout is being organized by a group of employees at the subsidiary blizzard entertainment where the majority of the lawsuits allegations were focused in a statement to bloomberg. The worker said the goal was quote are starting to go was to quote improve conditions for employees at the company especially women and in particular women of color in transgender women non binary people in other marginalized people. The strike will take place outside of blizzards campus. In irvine california on wednesday the employees are demanding that activision ditch mandatory arbitration clauses in all employment contracts current and future new practices for recruiting interviewing hiring and promotion that facilitate better representation agreed upon by employees in a company wide diversity equity and inclusion organization the publication of data on relevant compensation promotion rates and our promotion rates answer just four employees quote of all genders and ethnicities at the company. That diversity taskforce be allowed to hire a third party to audit the company's leadership hierarchy in hr department quote is imperative to identify how current systems have failed to prevent employee harassment and to propose new solutions to address these issues.

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Hewitt: Military, Any Government Arm Can Require COVID-19 Vaccines

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Hewitt: Military, Any Government Arm Can Require COVID-19 Vaccines

"Indiana university yesterday Got the green light from federal. Judge saying it can require kobe. Nineteen back scenes and by the way any arm of the government can indeed require. Koga vaccines for those who use its benefits or who are in its employ. I personally believe the military ought to have done this a long time ago in the national guard. It's a national security issue. Ted nolan the great water polo coach at uci. Irvine used to scream at his players to get the flu shot in the off-season saying if we're in the finals and you get the flu. I eight say at very colorful. Because he had a language like a sailor you will never be in my presence again and it seems to me that if you're a warfighting unit you have to be wore ready you can't risk getting the delta you need to be vaccinated and sorry. Join the military. You don't have any rights. But i would extend that to government employees and yes and matija indiana university. If i'm a college and i make that choice and it's up to them. Some don't wanna do that. That's fine but if they do it there can any private business can do. It doesn't violate your rights as an employee. The only thing that can happen is that the government can't make you do it. There would be some legislation possible. It would then be subject to constitutional stress test depending on the exemptions that allowed and and whether or not it was uniformly applied We would take a look at that point but you certainly could have the military do it in the military

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"irvine" Discussed on Civil Engineering Vibes

Civil Engineering Vibes

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"irvine" Discussed on Civil Engineering Vibes

"But for many people it's like that becomes a mystery and say for example that just that simple thing of naming emotions their are people who later in life and they've such a limited vocabulary on their emotions. You know how you feel angry or sad. Or i'm happy and that's it and well. What do you mean by your angry. You know what that means. And there's no nuance. And there's no ability to differentiate how they're feeling the strength of their emotions so an answer to your question absolutely. I think we should have courses in. I believe in grade school. you know. There's some amazing research now. Being done and children at young ages being taught to meditate been taught to to be just simple practices of being silent with themselves etc and the impact in that is is enormous. I like that. I like about it because to be honest i am but only because i was with that i personally was facing from some of the interpersonal skill and intelligent and because i was not a quick tournament because even because i walk a couple of work but i never courtroom alongside like when my dad my career experience when i understand that they have this show i had to resolve it and when i start you know going to enter and i got by one more diligent because i was talking about one. Abundant than health discovered more about set for three on top about that. So really it's fantastic topic hundred tastic talk with you. Need to so while fantastic. So what do people can find. What about you. Sure if people just type in my name. Irvine newton dot com. They'll get to my website. There's a number of different links there. I'm also pretty prolific and youtube. Every week i put out a different video on a topic of emotional intelligence education. So i invite people to put in my name and youtube and subscribe and you'll get the weekly video which manages talks all different aspects of emotional intelligence in work and i think that people may benefit from that and just one other thing is i did put together an online course which is totally free. And it's really the basics of emotional intelligence and it's an urban nugent dot.

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A Brief History of Neuroscience

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

A Brief History of Neuroscience

"So neuroscience. The study of the nervous system has had an interesting history of being both extremely old and extremely new Ancient greeks and egyptians went back and forth whether the brain or the heart was the center of intelligence and hippocrates argued that the brain was the center though this wouldn't gain traction until the roman physician galen proposed it It took until an understanding of electricity. In the nineteenth century before we could really understand the brain the experiments of luigi gala vanni and the electrical activity of the body pave the way for research in the nervous system for awhile. Neuroscience research was divided into different fields such as physiology anatomy zulu psychiatry etc David roche helped integrate these fields creating the neuroscience research program at mit in nineteen sixty two. james mcgowan established the first department of neuroscience at university of california irvine in nineteen sixty four and later major neuroscience organizations were created including the international brain research organization. Or i bro. because it's a bunch of bros. Working on brains at that could be like your pneumonic for it That was established in nineteen sixty one and the society for neuroscience was established in nineteen sixty which is known for its annual meeting. One of the largest scientific conferences in the world so we're gonna start with neurons aka the small stuff so adam is and again. This is all adams words. I i am not the data scientist or the neuro scientists in this situation. I am just. I am the female voice of adam. Large in this specific instance. Everyone so all my words are his words. Except when i do inside you'll know when that happens on many less syllables. Yeah it would be those. Those observations will be much

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Collegiate Esports with UCI's Mark Deppe

Esports Network Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Collegiate Esports with UCI's Mark Deppe

"A very solid listener base for you to talk with Blossom. I think most people especially if they're following the ecology Sports feed are pretty familiar with the University of California or New Jersey. It's e sports program but we have a lot of people from the East Sports Network podcasts as well who might not be as familiar even after that introduction. So you see I was really held up as one of the early leaders in Collegiate Sports a lot of attention on the program from really the first days of it how have you felt that the program is a whole have you have you felt that the program is in a bit of a guiding position when it comes to the expansion of college sports cuz it feels like you guys are kind of at the Forefront of a lot of the different areas of Collegiate Esports. Yeah, I do feel that way when we started our program, you know, like like everybody else. We had a lot of questions. We didn't walk or doing. I think we did a few things that have been very notable that other people have looked at and and these are kind of things that I share with people when they they first call was a lot to school as I've talked to hundreds of schools and universities. It's become such a heavy time investment that we now have a Wiki that we share with all our frequently asked questions FAQ. Academic conference where we help teach people we're doing we've done webinars. So we definitely take that role seriously, but I think initially some of the things that really were groundbreaking was one. We we really identify pillars of our program what we were going to do our mission essentially. So we do five things we compete we support academics or research we engage with the community we create entertainment and we launch careers and so everything we do goes into those five things and we We Don't Stray outside of that too often because you can get distracted pretty easily. The other thing I think people really liked was our space that we built we didn't realize how important it was going to be. We needed a space for people to sit and to play it helped fund our program initially are are the arena which is powered by other powers you mentioned and not once we built that a lot of schools thought that was kind of required piece of the program. So a lot of people have come to look at our place toward our space to see what what they can build on their campus. So I would say those are two dead. That Drew people in and the third and final thing would just be UCI is just a really respected University. It's from all I can see the highest-ranked academic institution that offers suggestions for Esports from where a public university part of the most prestigious Public University system, and we're the only School in California. That's really this invest in these Sports. So a lot of jobs make a stand out and unique and because of our our position people have reached out to us and we've been happy and honored to share what we've learned and to be part of the thought leadership of the police force base. Absolutely. I think there's everybody any student who currently has a nice sport Three Dog campus or e-sports loud or place to crash just hang out and play video games. A lot of that is probably fakes to some of the the work done by by UCI and pushing this forward even at the University of Oregon when I was in school after birth. The iBuyPower Esports Arena had been announced there was no e Sports Lounge and I would back right before everything shut down due to covid-19. to adjust to what was going on and for those of you are familiar with Irvine U Irvine we don't have a football team we're one of the younger you see schools so long it's hard for us to distinguish ourselves among our peers like Berkeley and UCLA because we're just so much younger and newer and so I think e sports are viewed by money and a lot of our campus leaders is something that makes us unique makes a school of First Choice so if you're a gamer if you want to compete and you also are really smart student California you see I might be your top choice and there are a lot or cidar few other programs or services or attributes of Campus that can say that that they make you see is school First Choice definitely the leaders don't have any football program that stuff to hear that such a great mascot I would love to see yeah it's been a point of contention for many years but at this point it's a dog too expensive to start up and we probably be good anytime soon if we did well yeah it's showed

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UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

Leo Laporte

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

"The Corona virus and help with the common cold. You see, I professor Bashir boat, Ben Mohamed says Corona virus outbreaks have been happening for decades and will happen again. Next outbreak would likely come from those coronaviruses that are going to emerge from the bats. And cause the next outbreak in 2025, 2028, or 2030. He says the vaccine would then be shipped wherever the new Corona virus strain popped up, essentially stopping the next global pandemic Before it spreads you, CI has received $3.7 million in federal grant money that will help a clinical trials get going. By this summer. A state parole board panel has recommended parole for Bruce

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UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:14 min | 1 year ago

UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

"You see Irvine School of Medicine is working to develop a new vaccine that will defeat all strains of the Corona virus, including those that haven't arrived in the U. S. Yet One of the chief scientists overseeing the federally backed effort says the goal is to stop every single variance between cover. Also, all the other strange off the virus, including common called Coronaviruses, as well as most important tree cover the viruses that are parks right now in mass that have not emerged Yet. At the White House briefing Thursday, Dr Anthony Fauci Voiced concern about new, highly contagious Corona virus strains that are appearing more frequently around the world Bottom line. We're paying very close attention to it their alternative plans. If we have a have to modify the vaccine, you see I officials believe the new vaccine will serve as a backup to the currently circulating Fizer and modern aversions in the event they aren't effective against a future strain of the virus. They're hoping to prevent the next pandemic before it starts. The potential new breakthrough is in the early trial phase, and scientists will soon begin tests on lab mice that are expected to conclude by the summer. The developers hope to start clinical trials on humans by early next year. The announcement comes is California deals with a spike in infections from a new covered 19 sprain that has been spreading rapidly since the fall.

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Charles Yu Talks About Interior Chinatown

The Book Review

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Charles Yu Talks About Interior Chinatown

"Charles. You joins us now from irvine california. His latest novel is interior. Chinatown at just won the national book award for fiction. Charles thanks for being here. Thank you kremlin. I'm excited to be here and let's start with that. Winning the national book award. Your speech was so great. I just loved it because you used seemed genuinely surprised. Don't what was that moment like for you. I was genuinely surprised. I was screaming. As they're reading the citation my family. And i wear all sort of looking at each other and just yelling and we didn't know what to do and my son after while that i think you need to give a speech and so i sort of pulled myself together but i didn't really because then i proceeded to forget to thank my wife my kids and my parents so a half of whom were in the room with me. It was just awful. You know there's a fine tradition. Though i think of of leaving like the most important people out in acceptance speeches hoax out. I don't know. Do you think it would have been different. If it had been in real life. I guess it may must have been nice to even if you forgot to thank them at least have all those people. Those class close family members in the room with you. One of the weird unexpected. I guess benefits of having a virtual ceremony was that we got to hug each other immediately after and then change back into shorts. And why didn't you think you'd win. The chances are pretty good. When they're you know only a certain number of finalists. that's true. I suppose maybe underestimated the chances a little bit but i i don't know it just seems like something that happens to other people. Well it happened to you. I think deservedly. So this is your fourth book affection and they all have really amazing. Titles which i'm gonna read aloud. And then i love you to start. Walk us through them before we talk about this latest novel interior chinatown so the titles are third class superhero. How to live safely in a science fictional universe. And sorry please thank you which is a collection of stories. I mean just those titles thanks. I do enjoy titles. I wish there were a job where you could just title things. Maybe i'm trying to make up that job. I don't know what that would be exactly but yeah it's fun it helps me both. I think sometimes have a handle on what i'm trying to do and also i just imagined when somebody encounters that title. I'm hoping that they get that feeling of. Oh i want to flip to that page and see. What is that you know. It's funny when you say like you wish you could have a job coming up with. Titles i just feel like i have to bring up the fact that writing fiction is not your first job. It's not your only job that you started off as a corporate lawyer. How did you get from that life to this one. Well it took a while. I graduated from law school in two thousand one and as i was supposed to be studying for the bar I found myself in the bookstore instead. Reading george saunders and lorrimore and and people like that and and just kind of diving into the world of i guess contemporary fiction at that time and just getting really excited about it and i think also procrastinating from studying and so then i I started to write these sort of weird. The first thing i wrote was A love story. That is a set of physics problems like that you would find an undergraduate physics textbook Thought i don't know what this is but it's something to do you know on nights and weekends when i'm waiting for waiting for the senior associate to tell me all things did wrong in my merger agreement so severe that it. It'd be it was just this sort of thing. I was doing on the side for many years. And somehow i was creeping towards this. Tv land without even realizing it. Because a few years ago. I i was at work at the time working in house for a tech company as a lawyer and i got a call to come meet for potential spot on the writing staff of this show westworld and i thought well this is. This is not going to happen. And but somehow they hired me so so that was few years ago. And that's what i've been doing since as my day job

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Seattle named 3rd-best city at keeping New Year's resolutions

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle named 3rd-best city at keeping New Year's resolutions

"New Year's resolution are still right in front of us, right. How's yours going? Well, there's no evidence that people in Seattle are pretty faithful to. There's more from comas. Greg Herschel, a new report by Wallet hub names Seattle is the number three city in the country for people keeping their New year's resolutions. This despite nationwide results that find seven in 10 admit they failed to keep up. Researchers measured data from 57 key metrics across the country from exercise opportunities to income growth to employment outlook. Seattle Right number four in the financial category number six for relationships and there were 15 and school and work We come in just behind Scottsdale, Arizona and Salt Lake City. Irvine, California in San Diego rounded out the top five other Northwest Cities measured had Portland at number 26 Tacoma at 93. Greg, her

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"irvine" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"irvine" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"This company in Irvine die and I allowed to say names so that I wouldn't I wouldn't. Cause neither what? I don't want to get soon do you? Not tonight. Okay. Good. No names. I worked for this. I worked with this pharmaceutical company in Irvine. Right? And I was working for almost half a year. Then then, then this owner of this other company reached reaches out to me because I guess he found my rest Make And they're thrilled toe cut for me to go to their company and actually sit down with them and see if they can if I can work for them, Okay, Why go to Corona? To this company that deals or court or bills, a C metal company that builds Shelter sport for the Holts, like all the cities along the country, Okay. Mason craze, right? Yeah. All right. I got there. I get I get the job. The manager job. Right. And the pan managers like this is what we're gonna do. We're gonna go ahead and and and don't tell anybody. You're the boss. Know them who they are. How they work on Do figure out. You know how you can Okay, This is what is that? This is the first wait a SEC First company. Ask you to go to the second company. And don't tell anybody. You the manager. I'm a little confused. Or is it the company that hired you? Don't tell anybody. You're a manager here. Okay, so I was working in urban. All right. Hang on. You know what? This gonna wait too long You able, you know, I'm not gonna spend eight minutes on this. All right? You get hired by another company. All.

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"irvine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"irvine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In Irvine them from the National Security Council and the recall of European Union ambassador Gordon silent both were key witnesses in Ukraine investigation Lisa Rachel president trump tweeting thanks to Attorney General bill Barr for taking charge of the stone case which the president says was totally out of control and perhaps should not have been brought the World Health Organization hosting a second meeting in Geneva with more than four hundred scientists and other experts and stopping the spread of the new corona virus or Colbert nineteen it's now second over forty five thousand people with over eleven hundred killed mainly in China during the U. S. federal health officials say a mislabeled sample taken from a patient infected with covert nineteen led to her premature release from the San Diego hospital she was taken back to her quarantine site at marine corps air station Miramar before officials discovered the woman was not among a large group of American evacuees from China who had tested negative for the coronavirus oxes Jonathan Serrie the number of confirmed a US cases remains at thirteen America is listening to fox please radio Kaylee J. on Patrick Osborne this news brought you by J. Connell roofing topping Austin's news a group of various attorneys and judges and elected officials this Travis county should follow Harris county's lead which recently implemented its own bail reforms Amanda will with the Texas fair defense projects as would be a real cost savings by helping keep the jail population down taking conservative numbers from Harris County for talking about seventy five percent of people charged with misdemeanors not going through that the group is recommending that the county specify criteria that would allow non violent defendants to be pre approved for a personal bond without ever having to see a magistrate judge first similarly the Travis county correctional complex will be losing a hundred ninety two beds and three buildings that have sat unused for more than a year sheriff's office says new diversion programs help drop the jail population by twenty two percent and cutting loose those buildings could save twelve hundred Bucks a month the Austin city council is standing firm amid heavy push back over the proposed land code rewrite Nelson justice coalitions Ron Paul calmly says their overall encouraged by the city's work but believe nuanced improvements are still needed because we think that both the unqualified calls for more density and the qualify calls against densification in neighborhoods both does have a kind of historic legacy and racism in Austin other activists say the LDC is a way to get the community together and discuss what role segregation has had on growth and development John Cooley newsradio kale BJ and counsel will again take up that issue this afternoon the Texas Rangers have arrested former San Marcus staffer Jason pants on a charge of theft by a public servant this was in charge of managing city construction projects the city awarded one company with a three point two million dollar contract but pencil legibly use change orders to increase that company's earnings by nearly thirty percent he was fired last month and now you're.

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"irvine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"irvine" Discussed on KTOK

"Was in low thirties when she got elected to the house of representatives from Irvine California and when you're elected to the house he should conduct yourself with some level of class and respect was busy having lots and lots of sex with lots of lots of different people sometimes three people or two people at the same time call me an old fuddy Duddy if you will this seems to me if you're young person or an old person and you get elected the house representatives you should conduct yourself with some level of decorum and then she resigned because she's a coward because she's a hero why would she be a hero there is going to be an ethics investigation because there is an allegation that she was also having an affair with the director of legislative affairs in our office which would violate the ethics rules to rather have an investigation she resigned now she's running around calling the president an M. M. M. effort this is the quality of Canada apparently that the Democrats are nominating to the United States Congress this is the quality of candidates there nominating intellect thank you had Katie hill part of the fresh me that there's a great freshman class part of the freshman class yeah I have tallied back Kelly Bob part of the freshman class Omar we never did get to the bottom whether she was married to a brother and of course the meeting could care less I was curious personally but I didn't really talk into it that much what a freshman class actually that was Omar we may I straight from bar tending to the philosopher king of the Democrat party and what kind of drink would you like a I am in a dirty martini am I not that is but okay dirty martini you get selected I want to reorganize the economy I want to re organize the environment I want to re organize and I I this guy should do that which is while genius who knew no I don't even drink I didn't know she was at smart but she's brilliant what a freshman class and by the way anti semitism can't beat the freshman class Hey I Omar tallied back the three Stooges of anti semitism there they are and Nancy Pelosi protects everyone of them because she is a strategic genius she protects them this Omar repeatedly with her a smearing of Jews now the house can push through these bogus articles of impeachment when it comes to actually punishing one of its own Democrat members for being a discussing slime ball anti semite who happens to hate her country well can't do that why these are women of color you can attack women of color unless of course the conservatives and or Republican then they can attack women of color woman of no color get attack women all you want but not if they're anti semite Democrats can't do that so this freshman class has been fantastic for the Democrats don't you think then we have the freshmen who were moderate Democrats who got elected all wow did you see how they were they were really torn these moderate Democrats allied to the voters to get elected you know we really centrists and we want to get things done here and many of them said they were not going to vote for Nancy Pelosi to be speaker every damn one of them maybe except for one but I believe every damn one of them and then every damn one of them voted for impeachment but they really struggle with their conscience ladies they struggled the press told us how they struggle they didn't know what to do but they had to they had to vote I own impeachment both articles except for one plant at a main who thinks he can slip split the baby thinks he's king Solomon he's not yes the drama they the pain but they had to do the right thing which was follow mental nervous breakdown case Nancy Pelosi in the editorial pages of the country they were so courageous to cast their votes as they did not come home now because they're in recess and they will live through the teeth to you you know what you should do a little less listening to these people and a lot more talking to and you want to make it abundantly clear you're gonna throw their houses had a either **** out of Congress and you're gonna work against you're going to support the candidate against you're gonna help raise money against because really it's up to you to put an end to this it's up to you we're gonna miss Katie hell are we Mister producer terribly gonna miss Katie hill she had such a magnificent future ahead of her so entirely back should be around a long time she's in one of those gerrymandered districts and all our no this well by the way is it art Omar anti leave under investigation for violating rules for their campaign finances I could be wrong about that one or both of them thank not exactly Gandhi are they we care about the poor then why you were I take the money on the campaign because we care about the poor everything goes when you care about the book I have access Bernie Sanders multi millionaire we're going to get the people what what what what what what Bernie of three homes yes all right I'll be right back van it's.

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"irvine" Discussed on Faith Collides

Faith Collides

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"irvine" Discussed on Faith Collides

"Some way agree to and I start. Just promoted started getting more the essentials gold thing while Peter felt he should be speaking into the lives of business people. It became more and more difficult for Peter to have a stake at Gloria jeans. So nearly after twenty years since Peter got into the Gloria jeans agreement it seemed like a door open to sell the international business to retail food group. A publicly listed company Australia. But this decision meant Peter. Giving up what he had envisioned into Gloria Jeans to think a little journey. It's very hot too tightly Pepsi with a business. She ever will you money otherwise known. Everyone looks after the way you would like. It looked after when you guys sold or your jeans retail food group. How did that make you feel over decide by that stage relieved? We still had a lot of debt personally as a partner so getting selling the business enabled us to clear that they will be fully focus without the hangover offer. Business another people running it in control without that being like a new syringes ache so he could actually are fully on the ministry in developing materials and resources and develops programs that would help business people in leadership in churches around the world as well as business played pool in Australia. Gloria Jean's coffees had reached five hundred stores when it was sold to retail food group. In two thousand fourteen it was sold for what was equivalent to one hundred and fifty million. Us dollars this was significantly. More than what Peter and his partner had put in for some people selling business to a bigger company for more than what was put in is a huge win and Peter's journey to leave a normal day job to get into a business venture like Gloria jeans was really something his family never could have imagined him doing. Viewer someone coming from a family. That just had the mentality to pay the bills. What did your mom and dad feel about what you're doing at Gloria jeans ability. What I was talking about I grew up in the mountains. Where IN THE EARLY EAST? Where there was a lot of transport side they area or influence Was very small by the Tom. I grew up in to the stage of my life that they just wouldn't have learned concept in a in a circle with on sons or daughters. Could Abba be involved in something like this? That not only touched around Australia but the will It a. It's not a criticism overdose. Just a sphere of influence was where he'd to get bond high bills growing up. Did they take you guys to? Cafes are independent money and really capitalize and restaurants hardly existed of treat for us was once a year. We would have fishing chips on stuff. Wow even though Peter's vision for Gloria Jeans didn't Pan out as he liked Peter beliefs. What happened has allowed him to be more focused on what he wants to do today. Today Peter is in his early seventies and says he has not retired. He's passionate about work and about helping people of faith to succeed Peter. Irvine's website provides free resources and practical guidance on all the lessons. He's learned in life. It's really interesting. How he didn't grow up with the best education to get where he is yet his faith and his calling the help others grow and business. I had to ask what gave him such a desire to think big for his life and for others when his family upbringing didn't and this is what he had to say a number of years. You start to grow and you start to rethink stopped alone. You're planning sessions. You see how other people have vision and you see how people are. They live on the people learn. Some of it starts to rebel from but you gotta get it for yourself. Probably too many years to actually start realizing that God had a plan and a purpose for my life and it wasn't just get by bills but it was to seek city and basic successful so I could be a blessing to other people so it sounds like a personal relationship. God Yes allowed you to be encouraged to know. Even though maybe it was absent with your own father stopped to realize I taunt then God is just someone and Athena Anthony. You start to read. This is in verse and it goes like this goes is. I have a lot more to tell you the engine. You insisted this is a variation on the same old thing is your brain you something. Never Guess Dream Up. He'd be out of sight that alone and I started to realize that when I speak tolling of starting to give these. Id's and solutions to my our bill. And you that because I never had any idea about that in our real lost interest in the business along that he's GonNa give me words he's GonNa Challenge Peter's background didn't disqualify him from aiming high and it shouldn't be a reason for you either if you already have a vision or want to pursue something more with your career or work. You're actually ahead of Peter when he was in his mid forties who at that time was content with where he was as general manager at the same Ad Agency. He worked for since he was fourteen years old. It was a process for Peter to be challenged to think big and to consider the opportunities in business since for Peter. He wasn't raised in a privileged family or highly educated yet. He was able to be part of an incredible opportunity to build the Gloria Jeans brand in Australia and sell a profitable business and this he credits to having a personal relationship with God who he says is a father to him who believes and delights in him so no matter where you are in your career or how you feel about going to work these days. May you to be reminded of a father who delights in you. This Juan hoping to bring you stories. That could revive your workweek. Thanks for listening. Just a quick note at faith collides. We do our research on each of the valued guests on our show and while we realized that Peter Irvine has received negative media attention and was part of a legal proceeding regarding a us-based charity at some point in his career. Peter says it was a role he took for an interim period and was not part of his calling. We also found it not critical to include as part of the narrative and we hope he can still be inspired by Peter's life story. Thanks for listening..

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"irvine" Discussed on Faith Collides

Faith Collides

08:40 min | 3 years ago

"irvine" Discussed on Faith Collides

"Midway through ninety nine hundred seventy two. Let's see the two. We've lost among cheats stay. Were Gods booth birthdays. What he's birth. He's GonNa like so the Knicks styles and walking in the morning early as I used to walk around the streets syndergaard if you've got a miracle that is very production more from lex Mandy. You're listening to faith collides. It's a show about industry leaders and the stories behind how faith plays into life at work. I'm grace walk and on today. Show Peter Irvine shares what. It was like to go from working at an AD agency at fourteen years old to becoming a cafe entrepreneur in his late forties. Then Peter Opens up about praying through difficult moments after opening up the first stores and what they had to do to make the Gloria jeans concept work in Australia to one. They sold the business so that Peter could focus on what he's doing today. Now at seventy one years old. Peter is still passionate to speak into the lives of people who care about faith and business just to talk before. I get into Peter Story. What does it mean to have? Vision the vision that Helen Keller. Who was both death and blind spoke about when she said the only thing? Worse than being blind is having sight but no vision. That's a pretty powerful statement coming from someone who later became an author. Political activist and lecturer. Helen Keller wasn't handicapped by her circumstances when she set her mind on not what she couldn't do but what she wanted to do which was to make an impact on others and just how important is having vision. Having vision can help us stay focused because people like you and me going about our daily lives at work or at home we can often get distracted doing all the little things in front of us and maybe not accomplished much towards a bigger dream. I really got thinking about vision after talking to Peter. He's one of the two guys who successfully brought the US coffee brand. Gloria Jeans to Australia and turned it into the global brand. It is today but what I found interesting about him is that he didn't grow up environment that would encourage him to think big. He grew up in the outskirts of Sydney Australia. Right after World War. Two when I was growing up wouldn't talk about things like vision mission and values because it wasn't even thought of that taunt but must people would work to earn money to get bombed by bills. What type of things did your dad tell you to be speaker in that sort of stuff? He wasn't highly educated because Arab. Be Famously said I will. In their early teenage season will start work kind of work. Did your dad do and usually ease. He worked as I tree logging in the mountains and eventually He worked for Manufacturing Company is a full moon and then eventually worked for himself. He's on small truck to deliver products. Full can be out and a hardware stores so that probably made you really think you had to kind of pay the bills mentality year. Well I just assume you GONNA work. It wasn't a high expectation it wasn't like stay at school and go in education and I just Eventually the age fourteen. God I Joe Visit Genia in an advertising agency to earn money for your family or just for yourself. We'll come on back in nineteen sixty. Three's very small. Incomes are a third of that income would go as bold towards parents towards Let's that top of seeing another third of that was for transport from way relieved to where I had a weekly ticket and then you had a third over to To do something with your new self so at fourteen years old you are already contributing to your room and board. We'll pay just small Amanda Woods appearance because it cost to look after forest. Peter says most people from his town in Australia didn't continue with her education in the nineteen sixties because families couldn't afford paying for education so Peter got her certificate for finishing year nine which is equivalent to the eighth grade in the US. Then he got a job working at DNI him one of the largest advertising agencies in the world but after working there for a few years Peter had a desire to upscale and he asked around how you do it someone suggested should do. The advertising certificate course of college was a huge number. People started nothing. I finished her for years. It was a course it was slide tedious and probably Already learning wool working in the advertising agency doing the coolest idolize limit to stick it out. That was the only certificate I have a God really live at all by working and learning at watching observing at working with people who probably had the education and looted a lot from but a lot of mine started count from seeing God works through the Bible. Id's and can you describe a moment when your faith became real taunts ruining my life took a leak was when all sixteen or seventeen after a Sunday non Use Mri driven. Challenge me about not having vice based on other people just pushing the church and its dotted to realization. That it's actually from my relationship with God about thirty six years old. I had to realize that a saint gaudens impression that your Tree Small Valley Wall in my mind and they realized that was maitree wiping out versus chapters folks. That people told me don't apply to the jets. Robo advisors SPA until you that delegation Michigan Consumer. Hey go about doing. It will lead story in Nevada. It says really Peter says even though he was raised Christian family his faith grew when he applied biblical principles to his life at work especially when he became national media director at the Ad Agency in his mid thirties in this role. He saw how he couldn't do it all by himself. When he became responsible for planning where advertising money would be spent for negotiating buying and scheduling all the media across the country. He broke delegation into some practical steps. Four sequel Colin's bones on a piece of pipe and one was watched the job. Secondly what's the detail of that job? The third thing is who's going to do it and when you actually put nine against your nine doesn't have to be against everything and I learned that that my nine couldn't be against their rethink as many items jobs needed doing but lack of proper paypal against that and even if only half did the job it would be half I on the journey. Peter says he got the opportunity to grow within his firm as people saw he could do it. By MID FORTY S. He became their general manager to manage day to day issues for two hundred people across four floors and he also got to handle the major McDonald's account. Peter was happy where he was so it came as a surprise when he was asked to take a senior role at. Dd Him as called back from holidays and the chairman called in and said the managing director is moving to America around the Dallas Fort Worth Office and all the working directors by hold onto managing director. Thinks I never sold out? I didn't WanNa do that. Might sound strange but it wasn't something that I pushed full and expected always happy to do much all politics while they did are done with a nice swim is self talk but I said to the chairman now and I think sirens and then he pushed it off go to high pri- about it He didn't understand world's talking about so I got home and I said to offer disposition etcetera etcetera. And she said you should take it civilized. I.

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"irvine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"irvine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It out deep left center field Irvine turns in just choose number thirty one in the brewers are on the board to one game this is after hours with Amy Lawrence can yell and she hit his major league leading thirty first home run and it's cool to see his repeat performance the in the first half of the season at least after winning the NL MVP in two thousand eighteen so he factored in the brewers taking the lead against the red but he also factored in the Reds come back in extra innings as they win five to four he misplayed a ball in the eleventh inning that extended a meeting and eventually the Reds were able to come back and walk off on a yeah I feel pretty good single with two outs in the eleventh yeah I feel we can infer that he is such an odd mix but he definitely has a chip on his shoulder and something to prove and we know for sure he can play baseball but another home run for Christian Yelich as we get close to the all star break it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio Jeff levering with the call on the brewers radio network some really odd it finishes in baseball so we had a walk off with the Cincinnati Reds also had a walk off with the Washington nationals though a lot of that game was also focused I think muted for the players themselves because of Tyler Skaggs and and his passing away he was so close to Patrick Corbin who mentioned that Tyler was in his wedding and and Corbin without they're wearing number forty five in the mail so they went through a rain delay and and Patrick stated on the mountain not paid seven innings then was really emotional talking about Tyler afterwards so that game also had a pall over it is many of these games did but the the finishes still though by the time they get out there and they play through the night evenings or more to to see them sometimes come down to these quirky finishes always fascinates me the Los Angeles Dodgers are in the midst of a bunch of games against the the National League west so the Dodgers were trailing the Diamondbacks in this one I happen to be listening to the game as I was getting ready for work so they had a home run Ricky gay Fernandez I always I always do that ki K. Hernandez they had a whole run from him that tied the game in the fourth inning but right after that in the fifth the Diamondbacks come back and they take the lead and it stays off for three lead for the Diamondbacks until the ninth inning so this is that Dodger Stadium where the home team has been pretty dramatic over the last a handful of games there they keep coming up with these crazy finishes so they're trailing forty three of the night they're down to their last out they have nobody on base and the Diamondbacks implode specifically closer Greg Holland so you get double walk and then another walk and then another walk and the bases are loaded by virtue of the walk and then he walks in the tying run so now it's four to four I mean talk about I'm to the growing or do the midsection if that's too much but to not only walked the bases loaded but then walking in the tying run so there is the blown save for Greg Holland but that wasn't it now again they're down to their last out and this is all happening with two outs and then you get Cody Ballenger at the plate so what do you think it whole run big kid maybe a double there's a pitching change Ballenger's ready to go note something completely different I'm very into with the bases loaded T. J. McFarland Ballenger.

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"irvine" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"irvine" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"And lastly, you can just tell your friends and family about the show. That's honestly, the most important thing that you can do is get the word out. Thanks in advance. Our guys this week. It is a really fascinating episode. I interview the author of you a natural history. Dr William b Irvine now, Dr Irvine is a philosopher, and this book is a really cool book because it takes multiple perspectives in telling the story of us kind of the physics perspective. The chemistry perspective, the biology perspective, the social perspective in a you're a member of a species, you're a collection of cells era collection of atoms. But always with a really interesting, philosophical bent. And we dig super deep into the stoic position. Something that I really didn't know anything about before. And it's really. Lightening Ida great time interviewing Dr Irvine. I think you'll have a great time listening. So without any further ado here, he is Dr William b Irvine will thank you so much for joining me today. It's a pleasure to be here. I am really excited to talk all about your new book you a natural history. But also about all of your incredible work as a philosophy professor because I don't know if we've had I don't know if we've actually had a single philosophy professor on the show at the very least we haven't had too many the show is very science heavy. And of course, this book is also very science heavy. But I think that the philosophy of natural science is such an important field. It's such an important, I guess perspective to approach science from. And I'm just not sure we do eat enough in in the sciences. Well, this is science with a philosophical viewpoint. But for ordinary for ordinary people. So I'm not writing for specialists. I'm not writing for scientists. I'm writing for people who have just had some very basic questions because because I found that I had some very basic questions that it seemed like the sources, I was reading always assumed that the answer had been worked out. Now, we don't need to think about that anymore. Let's go on from there. But you know, when you start thinking when you start talking about species, for instance, it becomes quite an interesting conversation. You can you can have. And I started thinking more carefully about the things in science. I had taken for granted. And and this book is the end result of that thought process. Let it so perfect for those of us. I think most of the people who listen to talk nerdy are really in a similar boat. I I've done a couple of what do you call them like polls or, sir? Surveys of my listenership, and for people who tend to respond to those of course, it's a small sample, and there's some selection bias there. It does appear to be that a a small portion or maybe a decent portion of the listeners are in academia are working on either their undergraduate degrees or graduate degrees. But the vast majority of the listeners are I guess what I like to call science enthusiasts people who may be never formally studied science, but are super interested in it will flip to a cool science doc on television, or my pickup if they're looking at a magazine about to board a flight, they might pick up a discover or National Geographic..

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