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Welcome ainsley. Sedition ESPN AFC. I'm Tom Thomas shown by pool. Mariner Ali Moreno and Stevie nicks and later in the show, Frank Leboeuf. Oh, we talk about troubles of lates. But we saw in Spain comfortable, right? Of course at the semi final stage is what a game we saw real axis against Valencia today. Finished too old to playful then in the second is, of course, and the other seminary semi semifinal boscell and against ram Madrid finished one yesterday the camp. Now's we welcome into the show that what was the big takeaway from that game. Well, I think fundamentally the two men really start were young Brazilians by playing on the same win one on the left one on the right? So obviously occupying the same half the page Vinicius eighteen who created the first Gulf around Majaida, and Malcolm who's twenty one and has been under pressure this season as a real sense that perhaps he's not quite the level the boss Bosnian require. But he then school the question, I think you could say any celebration how how emotionally walls how much that matter to him. And this now a guy that will depend on the second leg move, depend as as indeed everyone. This one would on the fitness of messy messy played around about half an hour by thank you very much played with the ham break, she's precisely what is manager said they shouldn't do the day before every time. You're on said, I feel like we're talking about each go in his future and news new developments today. Ruined ella. Read who used to play for Rams roadmap. Paul. The club came out and said Rahmatullah is a club that does not wait for anyone every player in the squad is good enough to take your place inside. Whoever isn't. Warming to the required level. We'll be left behind each go. Then took to social media to respond to this. He tweeted totally agree with the red. But when you are not enjoying the same chances as you'll teammates things change sin on working and fighting waiting for those opportunities, Allah Madrid's. What do you make of this? Well, I think what we make of it. First of all the courses that this is a confirmation of what we already in you. But it, but it's nice to have that confirmation. The iskoe. Feels like he's not getting the opportunities Scofield's like this is more than simply a manager. Choosing of applies ahead of him. The every time someone is out. And you think well, maybe there's a chance of getting in the team. It doesn't happen. I think he's on east is three times this Lori and they will buy unimportant matches. So I think that's that's the first thing to say the second thing, I guess he's that while on the guys in the studio feel about this. But while I can understand that plas- get frustrated place speak out. Of course, this won't do him any favors this won't help him. And it's not the first time. I think that Iskoe is allowed himself to be riled and sign something in public which doesn't help. It's it's not the brightest of responses from him and the truth is he's he's not going to get those opportunities. And it's not just because he's a manager. He doesn't really see where he hits. He's got managed isn't particularly enamored with him is, partly and this is a cool red was. Getting at is part about Iskoe about whether Iskoe dozen nothing training sessions in those few minutes that he gets in games to try and demonstrate that he deserves those opportunities Recco Cha's points. If you look at Twitter and got all these says, he's working on as everyone else should give them a chance thieving. Nineteen times a hundred I would agree with said, you know, speaking only this does you need those. But I think he's gone too far. This is not this is not this is not a two or three weeks. We're talking about here since since the very Menor. He's been left. He hasn't been given an opportunity, you know, there's one thing to complain after you've been given an opportunity not taking daily rid team. Will he needs to be more to train and giving somebody up? But when when the manager is throwing you into situations, we can't do. Well, then what do you expect? So normally normally I'm against. Yeah speaking, but I think it's gone so long, and it's become sore this that he's just been blackballed. Then that's up. There may just be a recent as to why he's being as you say blackball as to there has to be a if you're seventy Saudi and you have had multiple opportunities to place giving the injuries that Real Madrid has had and you've decided to go in other directions to put just about everybody else on the field except east. There's gotta be more than just him blackball. He's gotta be seeing things in training that he doesn't care for. He's gotta be seeing behavior from the player that he doesn't care for and says, you know, what you have chances here in front of you, this is where I could use you. And even when this is where I could use you it looks like it looks like and again, this is us just kind of taken the information from the outside looking in. It's almost as if these says, you know, what I don't really mean to work as hard as I as I have to inorder to make sure that I am available to be chosen by the manager. I think he's going to. I don't think you might as well as those in training them. He the sell out. He's made he's made up, and regardless of those those you can't tell you can't tell me this doesn't know east kudos. We'll in though is the whether it's a drop off because no Iskoe was planning fun Tustin football either. Either talk till this day my mind, this lows of suits is going to be to pick him up. But you don't all of a sudden fall off the the rock? I like he's done is too good a footballer. We're hearing about whether he's going to be thrown into a deal. Maybe Chelsea with who knows? But there is a place for for. This guy's a play top level form on and going back. Just for a second to the social media stuff. We go back to when he's taking pictures himself. Having an argument with whoever said that he was overweight. Say look, I'm not overweight. Why why why it it does absolutely nothing for him? And if indeed it doesn't matter what he does in training, and he's not gonna play because and this allowed but not gonna play him. You cannot take the position saying, well, I'm just getting my chances. So that's it you you're a professional, and you're paid to show up every day as difficult, and as stove is it may be you're paid to show up every day and behaving a certain, man. What you do you show? You. Yourself as a professional to all the all the suitors are looking Iskoe. Yeah. Of course going on with this kid. So if he's also professional than the been knocking the doing over on these mode, right? What would have happened? Nothing nothing. Nobody nobody would annoy on nobody. Nobody would have any idea was. News, Twitter, and sweets outgoing. I'm trying as hard as everyone else after four months would certainly be doing something you have to do something unless you want every food with these descend a corner, and then the women of the manager and see nothing, but what's a coach does that make sunny Sonora is influenced by tweet. Well, doesn't make him a very good one doesn't make him. So then why doesn't make on monument, Betty good? I'm sticking east here. It's fun. Out until out of these concealed told these Allie. He's but bowl and that's set. But if you reach go who do you do can you tell me what else he can do other than reply? No because nobody nobody's doing Hanan forum going said. Yeah. I was just gonna say you say does this change anything in terms of slowest position? And so therefore, what's the point in the tweet, I suppose I would say in response to that. And actually we've Steve slightly defend disco. And this is what I think this is necessarily for salaries consumption, Iskoe knows what the situation was was flowery. Steve says he believes that there's no way back from this. And this isn't really as a way of scientists Laurie come on give me go because I've said publicly that you're not giving me ago. It's his way of saying to people publicly. Look I'm doing what I can. But there's only so much can do. It's also, I know it's not the wisest thing to do. And as I said before I think this was this really help him. But it's a very polite tweet, it's a relatively carefree worded tweet. And then very briefly to pick up on something that the Audi said when you said when scenario looks it says could use you there. I do think that's another element in all of this vase, go. There isn't actually that. There doesn't exist at rounded. Iskoe wants to be the number ten behind the truck, and that position doesn't exist in the formation that scenario wants to play. It's not just about as I think, it's. About the system. We all say, Gotha. We come off the bench what's going on. And he got whistled at the weekend. It just feels like a really weird ending to this story. Well, it does except I suppose it might not be the ending. I mean never mind that guy file didn't play vice it all the way through the spring last year, and he comes on the champions. They final schools two goals one of them. Arguably the best goal of European fund has ever seen. And then suddenly everything looks good. Again. He's he's he's kind of reintegrated with with your potato. Now. It's not quite happening salon was being was planning him on on the left hand side. And I personally at least felt that that might suit him a bit more, even though he doesn't think so. And it just does feel very very flat at the moment. But it might well be that as Champions League comes back only takes a couple of games get kind of back into the routine, but but it was very striking the came on in the classic, and it wasn't necessarily the did a lot of things wrong. It was just that. It was kind of flat and the excitement that we'd say in everytime. Vinicius bull run at people. We just didn't see we've both. Meanwhile, the boss alone and the big talking point from that performance was the lack of performance, I suppose from Coutinho who was pretty anonymous again sit. Yeah. And it's interesting we've Coutinho because one of the things that anissa Val where they keep saying. And he gets sauce denounce him naturally enough in virtually every press conference. I'd like Coutihno because he's brave because he also because he wants to do things he Pissy plays. And that she curiously enough while it is true that have but one issue that you makes himself available when you see him place lost three or four weeks. Actually, the impression you get Gucci. No is to Mitzi. He seems he seems kind of inhibited if he feels it feels like he's not really flowing. It feels like he's he's actually not got that bravery, or at least doesn't failing totally comfortable in himself. And it's a problem for him. And it's a problem not just because of how he's playing. But of course, maybe this weekend something if not least weekend next weekend, then ballet will be back, and then Coutihno almost certainly won't have a place in the starting eleven attentions turn banks allowing this week. And no doubt about it. The big game athletic Madrid taking on around during that match the one on Saturday. And we'll be looking at it. So that game in more detail on the next dishes of the show possibly looking ahead as well too much city against Chelsea. Technology truth brought to you by Geico. Truth. You will certainly send any text about your supervisor to your supervisor. What's Janet's fangs? Did she lose that? With a weed whacker? Oh and Sint, wait. No. No. No. No, no. It's so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geiko dot com. Janet, I think my phone was hacked or something. Gogo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. Despite all their success domestically for PS. She the holy grail remains to be the Champions League. And they haven't really got close closed over the last few seasons the quarter-finals as far as have come. Of course, the champions the returns next week PS, she taking on manages United as we welcome Frank Leboeuf to the shy Frank before we look ahead. So that game in particular. It's been a strange oh few weeks as name for PS. She think they've lost two of the last six games yesterday that falls into extra time against team that play in the third division in France semi professionals. What's the mood like in Paris at the moment. Let's say that people have lots of question marks, you know, whether I'll do teams going to cope without name. Oh, and VERA, Chee, maybe and little soul. What's going on approaching the last sixteenth of the chimpanzee last year where name good injured and the lots their spirits so mentioned starting on top getting better and better. So is is it going to be like the last year, the your before when berries is not the person that we? That was usually see, and yeah, we are wondering if they're going to be ready and they're going to stop the game, especially truffle like wires like they didn't guess Naples or like they did it against bed. Grad big picture, Frank. If they don't make it through against Manchester United how significant is this for PHD, given how much they covet the Champions League. Is going to be a disaster. Let's say because every year we really hope that is going to get better that suddenly they can at least reach the semifinal. But last year last year, they didn't go to the last date through quarter-final. So it's. Everybody gets very tense. Let's say and and it's like there is a big inning of occurs. Every time we reach February. Where Nimmo getting that also players getting that the results are note that we are expecting, and so what's going to happen to to to essential and like a month ago. We would say, nah, there will be no game. No tie against Manchester night. The not good now. The the we have the right period poobah is becoming who he used to be? So we we have again lots of question marks. And wondering if. Would be able to do it. Even if we think that. Overall prices on my is better than Manchester United. That's it. It's named Frank. I think you would agree in the bookies great in the fact that PS she despite the fact that name I'll just a massive question out over variety. Still a very good side and side who let's face it. We've got enough quality surely to being Manchester United. Definitely. I mean, if you compare the players that you have in mind United with all due respect. And even if they are mostly all internationals and you compare with the with the person shaima squad. Definitely everybody will agree that they have a better team. But the spirit that we know the English spirit, even if you have lots of foreigners. Can make the difference and against all tra- fold and the history of the club that they're going to face. They can be in trouble. But definitely even if they mothers and play maybe Drexler play maybe Paradis will play. The have the quality to beat Manchester. United even away from home finally Franklin asks you about name. Oh, you mentioned it. Of course, he's out with that minutes, also injury, and that big birthday party this week where he made that emotional speech. Would you make about everything around name a- at the moment? I wear Saad for him because it didn't go. Well, you know with these with these these food, and and the Perm Kim back like like fifteen days ago, and we we quite upset because we think that in France, you know, we could have could have gotten the surgery, and maybe would have been better. Disappear for like, two three months. And the result is a year. After is still has the problem. So we. I think the club for that time that he could stay to Europe we went to bustle Alana, but he's going to say, I think he'd Barry's maybe go back to Brazil for the. His sister's birthday. But otherwise he's going to stay to get the treatment ear in France. And but we have lots of lots of things going around name all asking wondering if he's. Strong enough mentally to to cope with the situation meaning come to Perry. Someone the big the stars like MRIs NBA's. Lana Ronald do now in terrain. Easy. The reliever that Persia may still expecting. All the wise, you know, the party or he has the right to do whatever he wants to know. But you don't have to put the video on the social networks. I think if especially when you injured know keep it secret make little profile that would be better. I think where do you stand going forward? Frank. Personally. Do you think he can be the leader? Does he have what it takes to be the leader of a side of PS? She ambitions that they have. I would say, yes. Because he changes spirit like I would say two to three months ago just before Naples where we didn't see him the first game against Liverpool away from home. But since that game received so many criticism again saying that he was fainting too much going on the floor on the pitch to much falling easily. And and he changed he became a little bit tougher e e studied to even defend but also score goals is connection with Kim pay became much much better. And I think that just before his injury. He had the right attitude, and we were saying, oh that were all saying well name or is becoming name are the relief factor pushing everybody up and. And tried to do to give his best to twist, Tim. But the injury can back now what's going to happen with him. We don't know Frank birth. As always thank you very much. What a class is going to be between PS g and Manchester United next week. Now for more of all about all the drama. That's going around the French champions at the moment checkout GM runs. Let's go over on the website. So we're all tired at the top of the table after Manchester City's victory against Everton made wake However Liverpool to have a game in Hannah's pain. Tough few weeks for live opponent hasn't gone unnoticed in the manage the city campus. What Bernardo Silva had to say? Phil to come out and say now for new council, we old thought we'd lost the league in that game foolish and Liverpool drew against less than then there were another joy against West Ham. And that means the race is on mentally is a big boost for us. I was scared. I'm a camp. Well, I would I would hope the Liverpool will thank about as. Yes, we're going through a sticky part, but we actually with a game and Honda still top of the league. Right. The you're not overly. Yeah. But that's how you think. That's how you have to think about it. You you level in points with a game in hand. So is used to give away the Leech for you to throw away. And and what's going to happen? Between known end of the season. Is both Liverpool and months. Going to draw point. And it's the timing over that Mars more Liverpool can say, well, we tend this well because Manchester City lost in Newcastle. And we've dropped point since but was still top of the league. If you want look at it that way, it was all about it's all about timing. And all about who you mentality is how you look at house the schedule. Let's just take a look at the upcoming scheduled for both these teams more matches for Manchester City tricky, it's ties for livable. Is that fair? Personally. Really? I'll look at Liverpool schedule, and I don't have a problem with live Liverpool said last we have gone by to define the tough games. They played well on so I don't need to worry about. And that's that's the balm of the Waqf of the Evan. You late woven? A winner's getting this done. So I'm really not too concerned. With what sets doing if I'm Liverpool significant match, obviously with regards to Liverpool and the title is that game in hand that they will then play on February twenty fourth asshole traffic, and you don't have a problem with. I have no problem with that. What you of I think I think Blida pill Mancha she and aided. The we Manchester United's by liners Liverpool rarely get an after school forward. They will have problems with Manchester United but up shortly. I can't remember thinking about a livable teen going Old Trafford. A years. And I'm sitting here thinking this could be a good result. Those another cover that ten day. Rest is coming up moral assuming that they're going to get got by the game at the weekend. Which I think they will you've got plans already coming by. They're on the verge of maybe being ready for selection this weekend without ten daybreak us. An absolute got several of a pool that can get those boys fit and raring give the pleasant needed a little bit of a break. Give him a break authentic. That's coming at the right time. Very pro livable segment. Yeah. So let me take the other side of the argument that would be Madison city, we're not just told you we thought this was over. And now, it's not now we have a chance, and you we have that chance because Liverpool drop points in games that as you said if you're going to win the league, those are the sort of games that you have to win they didn't. And so now Mantas the city are back. And so as we look at their schedule, then I have to think that meant to city feels confident enough that they have a deep enough squad. In order to tackle all this game. And they're willing to do. So with a far more positive approach than they would have otherwise, I think might to societies into win it. The city now told the momentum to checkout extra time we recorded already today. The big question, say Zad Jose. I always power rankings Hines city. Let's say. Hey, boss Celona jump to second round Madrid. Yes. Yes. Why why is live oppo even in the top ten number five? And they've only one. Maybe come top of the Premier League. If only there was a person that was responsible for this could potentially defend his choices all way. Team. Boy state. Oh, the the number finally even the world pretty watch. This is unleash Akkas. Justification. He won. They must be getting ready for the sick. Because they couldn't that's going to extra time. They lost the Endsleigh on. And who they go to extra time against come on that same in the third tier Brian. Run VM from Donna. Good memory. What's your thoughts on the parenting rush on the atoll ready? We still got thirty seconds to fill. Well, the terrifying. Send is months city up six points where the six points should not be a run. I to say it back to the top of the places that they've gone up. I know there's from saying what is it? Really, really good. I don't think he understands the rankings. I don't think anybody does. It doesn't make sense. We're going to keep that. All right. What? Welcome into extra-time. Sid low is with us off as well today. The first question is saying not many podcasts said regularly pair on I've heard him at least three different ones. Get you something about it. Yeah. Probably the question question is what you mean by regularly. Well, this one, of course. Yeah. 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Power of Positive Thinking with Francisco Oller Garcia
"Welcome to live love, engage the podcast where we share practical advice from a spiritual perspective on how you can live fully love deeply and engage authentically. I am your host Gloria? Grace Ram now, let your light shine. Nama stay an welcome to live loving. Jj I am Gloria Grace random delighted to be with you again and. Bringing new another interview with an interesting person, and I'm so blessed to be able to have the most amazing guests on the show and This young man is no exception. His name is Francisco our Garcia and he is a marketing and. Professional who works with forward thinking consultants, advisors and executives to design innovative group health strategies that measurably improved health outcomes and deliver a strong or what? And within his work, he pierces expertise in healthcare with his passion for helping others, and that's what has allowed him to actually excel as a subject matter expert in guiding employers to ideal solutions. Primarily through structuring health plans offer the highest quality care at an affordable price and I know that can be a challenge for a lot of companies in. An employee's these days, so it's great that Francis was able to help them out he. Not only transforms the idea of healthier ways, but he's also enhancing their company culture. Also been recognized as a rising star by employee benefit advisor. He's deeply analytical thinker. Goal oriented problem-solver, a lifelong learner and You know what and and other things that are put on here I'll probably put in the show, as but just a talented young men and I'm. Pleasure to meet you especially I got to meet you through linked in so which is always cool to be able to connect with people that way, so welcome for staff and Francisco's that that? What you like to be called. Something have a nickname or anything but. That works. Like Vince Iskoe, one of my fun fact style like. From the movie, the movie al.. Franscisco is a fun name to say. Okay look! Very good. So. I thought we'd get started a little bit in just talking about the healthcare industry in y. you're so passionate about it because I. Know I've in talking with you. We've had conversations before. And I've seen some of your talks that you have done that. You have A. Unique perspective in particular when it comes to healthcare, so, but would you share with the audience why that s? Absolutely I think it's important that when you find of in in any line of work right speaks to your wine that it speaks to your purpose. Every day becomes much more meaningful. It's still a job to job where you feel renewed in renewed in rejuvinated because you're doing something that has a societal impact. Right in for me. Working in the healthcare and health insurance industry is directly tied to my life experience, a someone born. With a physical disability at navigated the complex complex healthcare system by come complex many ways, but one of the ways that because sometimes we don't understand how to use the benefits that were offered by employers becomes kind of like this. It's great that we have it, but use it then we may go bankrupt, or we may explains other financial difficulties. Rates are part of part of that. I do every day is. Removing that barrier removing the barrier of Congress but more removing the barrier to high quality in affordable care, because by getting the care at the right time at the right price at the right place. Then you're preventing. Medical conditions from getting worse anouilh getting ahead in getting the treatment, you need to live if a feeling, productive and healthy lifestyle. Well I. Definitely appreciate the Africa's. Healthcare especially even right now I mean healthcare is on everybody's mind because we're recording this, we're still it's it's. The middle of June already and we have been dealing with this pandemic feels like forever, but last few months so Is there anything? Unique we. Challenging, maybe even for you, even from dealing with your employers are or or with your. Company and how they're handling managing. Dealing with the pandemic at all. I think what the the biggest thing than something. There is a big advocate for is transparency and empathy when you communicate, people understand that you don't have all the answers right because it's. It's an evolving situation. What we known today changes so rapidly because. We're getting all this information. We're trying to process China. Analyze it a week. Munich Kate with empathy, and we communicate with transparency and we open environment in. This environment where it is a conversation in not just statements being around, it makes such a difference. His people want to be seen in the want to be heard in. They weren't be valued and I think that's the biggest thing that's important whenever you're dealing with any sort of. Crisis and or challenging situation where you're kind of thrust on the decision. Is You y'all s be very tactical, very careful very strategic in how you approach. As, you do that. Communicate and be honest and be transparent because I think the the most challenging thing is is. If. People don't understand where you're coming from than that makes it hard to understand your point of use wires, a India actress actor taking. Absolutely and it's. Interesting that Mentioning. Misunderstandings in particular were communication because. As I mentioned earlier we connected through social media, and that can be a really challenging, but he's sometimes score communication because the often is a lot of miscommunication. Sometimes, that's out there, so how? How can people use social media as a catalyst really developing deeply meaningful relationships, and not having to be just a place where people are spreading misinformation. That's a thought provoking quest right because he the when we think about the premise and the purpose of social media, it's chief facilitate the connection of people. Not Doing Away with the usual challenges of distance or industry or job, function or any other. Thing that would prevent us from interacting with someone. That's. So To to give a high level of you know what I'm. GonNa talk about next, and I think you have to communicate with purpose in you have to communicate with intention. Right if you see. Very interesting point of view obey interesting at somebody does. Comment comment in such a way, or it's not just one sentence right Michael Golden Rule for commenting on social media is more than two sentences. Meant you put a question at the end, because then you're creating a conversation, it's not justice. Here's this information, but here's this information electoral your thoughts on it, or let's build off this ray in. Also being mindful to be that when we on social, media Kinda tapped have heightened sense of respect in the sense of communicating, because we don't have the advantage of being able to. Expand. Expand opponent point if somebody doesn't asked dusty right, so we have to mine on thoughtful about what we talk what we say. At the same time it's this like playground for creativity and innovation in. In meaning and purpose, and the more you nurtured, the more you can grow it in the more you will find your life renewed great, because for me now is to say this is our lines are made richer while the people we meet and the stories we hear in social media's one way, or we can do that every day. Yeah, absolutely, yeah, I mean not even. Me Certainly right now. The world has moved online in a big way and social media is part of that, but even when things are not quite so challenging. Social Media's clearly here to stay. It's going to be way for us to connect and. I'm because it has really allowed me to meet people from all over the world and people that I would not have had the opportunity to do in necessarily earliest not as easily and so when it is used for good, and when it's used for creating authentic relationships. I think it is. An awesome tool so and I haven't seen like somebody who posted I. I do appreciate the fact that you putting into those comments. Because yeah to too often, people will just be like Oh. Yeah I agree or yeah, that's a good point. And then they leave it at that, but I love the idea of being able to really expand on that conversation and then. And then make it a conversation by asking another question because you do that. One person was someone to. Have have. You Found any though challenge sometimes still in in using social media navy. That or or how would you? Maybe what advice would you have for for someone Maybe some mistakes. People make other than like just like a one sentence imply. I think they I think the. Biggest mistake but the biggest hurdle. To, overcome as I face. This is that we sometimes say. What do I have to say what what what meaningful peace cannot add to this poster? What meaningful say can I talk today? Today's publish right in for me facing this. Faces about. A few months ago when I was starting to get active on social media and the way that I. This is mice pride in the way. Reviewing like a little bit of a secret behind my. The way the way that I were at the engine behind on my my brand is. One day a week. Pick a topic for week. Right for me. It's been gratitude Sundays and gratitude Sunday. You've been apart wandering to believe I'm tag doing it. And what gratitude Sunday was was my way of showing recognition ingratitude for all the people that I had met with throughout. You know about week or the week before. Showing explicitly impact they had had on me when I have noticed what I've learned. Is that when you champion people? People want to champion you I think that's the biggest thing you know when we're starting out in our careers or even in our personal lives right week in sometimes. It becomes sometimes things that we are alone in this journey that we have this big burden on top of us, but the truth is people want to be there. They just Kinda want to know how. In through this initiative. In power of Lincoln is that by me tiny person they get visibility into my community in visibility into their community, so it's always about. Finding ways to drive reciprocal value, and if you can do that on social media in your will on your way to success, but start with just. One time a week. One topic right when you think about the topics that people to talk about meter ship authenticity, gratitude appreciation, these topics that you can expand on. You can find articles online, and you can put your own two cents about it near, and you have something. People understand because when people see your values who you are what you stand for. It makes such a difference in other relationships you may, because you've connected on a personal level innocuous on this earth. That's so awesome I love that and yes I did see that that you are tagging, so thank you for that. I I love the gratitude ended. It's interesting because I was actually parking gratitude this morning on facebook so i. I. Think. It's so important that the more we show others gratitude it. It does then come back to you so I love that you're doing now. One of the things that I think especially though in particularly entrepreneurs and I knew I. think a lot of Why do people I deal with our Moore of my clients are entrepreneurs and Intending that people listening to this are also entrepreneurs. especially people who are. Well I, think any. It doesn't even matter if you were. If you get a small business or you've got a large business. Sometimes, you're going to have moments of self doubt so how? Do you deal with that. How have you found to? Manage it or corral. What do you do about it? I. Think The you know the biggest thing when it comes with challenging times. Is that they steer away from what we know from what we are confident in right, even the things that we are really really good out. Kinda like it's like outlook. Avowal Kinda just like balloon quickly right in this one in a strategy that I use is. To to acid in it depend on the situation warning. MSU. Ask myself a question. His End, not leading mytalk down a path of assumption assumption assumption writing. It's it can be any kind of question. But I think the questions that drive the most value that help us reset our mindset, cords, positive, ice or question like what is one thing that I'm grateful for today? What is one thing that I'm looking forward to this week? If it's the weekend in with these things in start to kind of get momentum in other situations under strategy I'm uses sometimes. We feel kind of that. The idea is to be or that path is clear. On them when we start writing it down and we look forward and we reason back. Up and we create little that Jessil pieces right go on to two-goal three, and we put deadlines deadlines, but like timeframes to them Yup. That can that can also unpack, but it's also important to anything. This is something that we must be cognizant of is. Plans are evolving documents that chain. By in there's there's no. There's no drawback to having to adapt in pivot as you. Game information is not is installed I mean there's something. There's no bench, taxes and other in those or other things. Planning. The beauty of it is is as we go on. This journey of discovery will learn information with our information law latch onto a new trajectory that could be yield even more than we thought originally. Yeah absolutely it's. It's. Interesting that. South down is definitely something that becomes up, but I do like the idea of gratitude and one thing that I've. Even in coaching. My clients always reminded them to keep a record of client. feels so that when you have those days where you're like You know you're just like. Sure I'm good enough, and then you go back and read a psych Oh. Wait I. Did help them do this and I did -CCOMPLISH net, and it can go a long way towards lifting your move because. I know for me I definitely think that. Having a positive mindset is is super important. What are your thoughts on? That big cares I knew especially, because you don't listen challenges in your own life and one of the ways, maybe that you I think have overcome possibly has been through mindset work. So why do you think positive mindset is important? To GonNa give you a little bit of background, so I was with a physical disability. Baseball means that I'm cool, chater, which makes the hospital to say fun. uh-huh like no matter where I go them always on a role. In the signs besides being a funny Pun, each chose the value of perspectives right like I was born amazes everyone Puerto Rico when she college in Rhode Island. which if you can imagine? Wheelchair blizzards all that fun stuff, right? It's not gonNA. Go well together. But Tom is that. What we know can be our greatest asset. Right in in that part of that mindset. Thing is because we don't low some low something. It's not attractor because we're going into it with this yearning to learn one to learn, or at least that's come my star all right when I. Don't know something every single little thing about it. But at the same time you know as a person with a disability things that I've been very that. There are limits. There are only opportunities impossibility by that I mean is might pass, would I do may not be as same as others, but it leads me to different perspectives in two different ways. Ultimately what is? Not, what happens to you, Elaine, but how you reacted that matters, and that's one of my favorite quotes from the Greek philosopher epoch TATA's. Now I know that You know part of what we talked occasionally is. Offering practical advice from a spiritual perspective so. I understand like providence colleges. I think Catholic College, so does your. How does your face help you? with even with your challenges or helping you even cultivate a positive mindset. Of so that's a great question in what has done is in a one one thing. Zach me a desire to to give back to really look a purposeful life in part of that is the understanding that. No no matter our time on this earth is is limited right because of that's just the nature of life for human beings so. What that has gotten me towards design everything that I do I wanted to you something. Right in that manifested itself in when I looked at the year twenty twenty. I sat things for my cell phone roles themes in number one was. To be charismatic, cloudy to partner in everything that I did. To be a champion of lifelong learning encourage. In three to build community in in those things because they're kind of touching back upon what we said, right? There are things that I can haul worse every day. Things that I can uses little victories drive me to bigger victories, because what is a breakthrough, if not new accumulation of all the knowledge we have gained from previous attempts that been on go the way we thought that's one aspect of it. Then the other from mine. Under Vander Education is. Very reflective, introspective and Mary. Asking, questions right like that practice is deeply center in a very spiritual belief of going beyond my south. Touch a little bit upon something we'd discusses. self-doubt is something that will be a constant throughout life remotely. How Wyatt goes beyond us then we find a feel everyday to rise above the challenges. That's awesome. So. Lamar can wrapping up. Here would like to ask you one last question which is. What advice would you have for people who are dealing with challenges in their life? On the than what we've talked about a new kind of talked a little bit about that already, but is there anything else any other important point you'd like to make? Absolutely what we about life life in its simplest form is a series of challenges that we get better handle. looked at those. Challenges is opportunities to grow into live than we unlock a secret sauce that is. Why Mindset in intention herself important is because that is the groundwork for everything. Banana combine that with purposeful action. In, we truly are onto creating unstoppable momentum. If, there's one thought I liked. Leave with everybody. Today is life Eric Coates on the writer of Winnie the Pooh. Who says braver than you believe and stronger than you seeing? Like that I always loved one able to is. Awesome, said when one more time I just WANNA, make sure people really huge is. Absolutely you're braver than you believe in stronger than any seen in smarter than you think. Awesome I love that. Thank you so much I'll. Before you go. If people want to be able to learn more about you than what would be the best place for them to be able to connect with you, how can they find you? Connect with me on linked in always excited to meet more individuals in to be impacted in influenced by you, and if there's something I always like to says, let's make today extrordinary for others in our selves. Awesome. Great Great. Thank you so much Francisco for being here. Really appreciate it and thank you everyone who's listening in watching I. Really appreciate you as well and until next time. I am Gloria. 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Zidane triumphs on Bernabeu return Navas says "the joy has returned to the dressing room" is Courtois facing an uncertain future, Icardi transfer potentially back on as Eriksen move stalls.
"Welcome back to the rummaging Paul cost where one week calmed from his returns Zenit incident. Navigated his first ninety minutes back in charge of the club successfully with victory over Celta Vigo, and that letter co- losing in Bill, bath the gap. It's second place is now cuts to just two points. Now the mood amongst the squad is somewhat euphoric as well. The joy has returned to the dressing room said Keelan Navas well now onto the international break. So the next game isn't until Sunday March thirty first against bottom club kweskin. Now, there were a few audible gasps wounds that when Z Dan revealed his team for these Celta Vigo game, which included not any bail Asensio and Iskoe but Marcello back and Caitlyn Abbas the gamble on the day of Peres, celebrating is nine hundred matches the Madrid president proved to be well calculated down, by the way was taking charge of his one hundred fiftieth or Al Madrid gay. Let's been some rain. Hesitant for federal these in situ for nineteen years since taking control from Lorenzo Sanz during which time the club has won forty one titles in all twenty four in the football page seventeen on the box. Goofball course weekend has z Dan had reiterated on numerous occasions was all about winning the future titles cups, major celebrations. They are all for future planning as the dance. Trust was obviously repaid without to nil victory. And after the match he was a relieved happy. Matty said we were good. And we finally got a good result to start wasn't the greatest from. We had to be patient. We were much better in the second half on the current squad. He said, listen, nobody can take away what these players who've won. We have a staff of twenty five I need every one of the squad up counting on everybody to play that part. I'm not thinking about the future of the moment. Everything is about the here. And now, of course, they will be changes. But I'm not saying Moore now onto the goalkeeping situation the Navajos or Courtois debate look at it is not a final decision Tibo will play. Again, the third keeper is Luca but rid needs three or four great keepers. You cannot play four five or six competitions. With one keeper not a spoke after matchy said, I'm not going to give them pack coaches. The past is the past the group is working very, well, the joy has returned to the dressing room. The Dan speaks with everybody's at face to face. I don't know whether the change was needed, but the club. So it's necessary. We have to be professional on just get on with our job. I haven't played for a long time. I'm obviously, very happy. Most I remain here. I will continue to be as committed as I always have on Gareth bale. His performance was summed up by the sentence. Really bail played the best game of his season. So far was one of the editors written in Spain. The problem Nafez it. Is to get into replicate. This every week. Now, there's being plenty of room and speculation this weekend on who will sign for z. Dan, over the course of the next few months ikat. He's name is back in the frame his release clauses. Remember one hundred ten million, but of summit deal could be done for about eight million. Euro the club of already made contact remember with his wife and agent now showing how desperate some people really offer story a French newspaper this weekend posters, an interview with a relative of back pay who it's revealed said sees himself playing from Madrid someday. Well, who knows perhaps an interview with the postman next week? We'll be the Sunday exclusive there now mealy tau arrives this sum up with the additional burden of being the most expensive defendant in Madrid's history. The fifty million paid being twenty million more than I paid for the likes of pep paint amino or resort or Fabio drought. They also lands as the sixth most. Expensive defender in the world. Now, it seems every player is tried to impress the returning sedan. Not all of those on the dribbed based either hammers Rodriguez after an anonymous performance against Liverpool for by Munich and Champions League scored a hattrick inside thirty minutes by media crush mines by six goals to nil. Now hat tricks on something that he's ever celebrated in the leagues in Germany Spain, France, Portugal, all 'Argentina is only other hatrick whereas back in may of twenty eleven in a six two away victory for Porto over grim array as in a Cup tie. Whether or not impressed anybody Madrid. We'll we'll have to wait and see now for some in the media. The fact that pledge what they termed the old God doesn't change the view from within the likes of Iskoe. Asensio bailed, nervous crews will all be sold. If they can find bias to raise further funds to bring in new talent with that group alone. Expected to raise a minimum of three hundred fifty million unlikely for the Dan will stand in the way of any of those players exiting the club this summer. Now, there's some potentially good news full the sandals coach for gays simply early. That is the Rigo may well be staying in Brazil for the remainder of the year as opposed to arriving in June. The final decision on Rodriguez coming or staying with rest with Z down in that decision will be made the end of the season on Cantero is still desperate for a move back to Europe. I in his desperation, it's affecting his performances on Fitch. The Libertadores is up and running again river plate's managed only a draw against Chile's Palestinian. That was Neil nil at home can tell it was hold off to sixty five minutes by guy outta picked up a full point five out of ten match rating. Not very good at all. And a lot of negative comedy in the press. Twenty five million still the asking. At present. There are still no takers now. Back to one of the media's favourite subjects Sunday, derail Madrid's eat. It has out him Peres is said to be pondering a potential swap deal to secure that man where the transfer embargo meeting Chelsea may not be able to replace house out if they let him go. They believe is now within Real Madrid that if they offer plus swap deal, this may be more acceptable. And with that in mind, Gareth bale would be the Bates, but more likely, it's perhaps Iskoe or maybe even Asensio zoo. Dan remains desperate to land the player that has been his number one transfer target for the last two seasons and who in his previous three hundred and thirty nine appearances for Chelsea scored one hundred and five goals and provided eighty six assists for if not as well, maybe Christine Erickson, he's still a wanted mantle. He was until it was revealed over the course of the weekend. Spurs still want to hundred million euro for him, which is. Viewed as absurd by Madrid four player who is only twelve months away from walking out the door for nothing. So Nestle v wants to apply degree of realism that will be no further contact no further discussions zig Emma's asked to gain about bales future. He said, I'm not going to talk about bail or his season. There are ten games left again to count on him. Like just about everybody else. He's ready. And he's looking good results at pressed on the Commons of Perez from last week about embattled he said, I'm not going to talk about a play that. I don't have what I can tell you is there that to name an Mapei have a lot of quality soft about military's when he said, he's a very good player with a good future. He's young. He complained to positions is preferred as central defender, he will have a solid future here. How had he down actually noticed any differences within the club from when he left nine months ago. Sounds to that was well the ambition here remains the same as it always has been. Gareth bales agent has been highly visible in the press and media again over the last few days he said belt wants to play his entire career here in Madrid. He will speak to zoo. Dan, the end of the season he went on to explain the differences that the two had he said Gareth wanted to play one way sedan another if you let Gareth play the way he wants to play having a run of matches. He will be up there like Rinaldo. He doesn't care what the press says he's a calm, Matt he has a regime. He is the perfect professional. He's also very friendly with everybody and playing Gulf on his day off is not a crime. He loves his life in Madrid. I assure you that Gareth does not read the papers. Well, it will be quite difficult. Really because he doesn't speak the language, but not so sure that comments like that really do help bail much as it comes across his sending just a little bit arrogant now as for the next generation of talent Julian Br. Grant. Currently it's by Leverkusen is under the microscope. Again, the twenty two year old Jim at international is under contract until two thousand twenty one. But he has a release close of twenty five million. Euro if Leverkusen don't make the Champions League next season coming into the weekend that were six on forty two points. Four points off of AVI. Likes in third. Lots been seen of Marcello over the last few days with a grid permanently attached to his face negate, he reiterated his position I've been captain. He said for six years, it's a source of immense pride that carries a big responsibility. So no word of a move to you Venter's there on Venecia's. He said he is more mature here than I was when I first arrived. He's a very mature young, man. He listens to everything he wants to learn everything he's learning Spanish at that moment because he wants to speak. Well, I help him. He said whenever I can now. Inevitably occupied. Plenty of headlines is well on its apparent that his future mate. Now, not be away from the drid as z Dan has been given the task of trying to rehabilitate it getting back to being the asset that he once was Iskoe himself was quoted widely at a PR event for added as on Z, Dan. It's good news for everybody that he is back. He loves rail Madrid. It's not being our best year. But from now on we work to get back to where the club deserves to be fans of fierce jeered being shifting around uncomfortably after Z, Dan's appointments, birth PS, Jia gain made clear that Mbeki and neymar. We'll stay for next season the project, they say continues there cancel may public is. Well, the back end of last week it was revealed clubs sold. No fewer than eight hundred thousand shirts and eighty percent increase on the year before most of it. Of course, Dan. To neymar and combat pay. And finally today the last word goes to the man who many thought would be back in control of rabid Riddick Ford next season Josey Marino commented on Z, Dan's return. He said, I think it's a perfect appointment when you consider all that he's done in recent seasons. What he's one. It's the perfect opportunity for him to show. How good he is. And that is it for today. Don't forget it didn't catch up with all of the seasons news as it happens by going to the website of remedy podcasts dot com, you can follow the links on there as well. Or you can catch up on Spotify tunes, Google, Stitcher or anchor for the moment that do enjoy the international break. We'll be back with a brief update toward the end of this week for me though, Tim capable till then Bye-bye.
Back with a future, Zidane and his first 48 hours back at Real Madrid
"We'll come back to the Real Madrid podcast as we look back at H mulch US loss, forty eight hours, which will slowly exit and the return of z dam. Little cer- catch up with all the latest rumors and speculation surrounding transfers and impending you arrivals for the summit on so often just two hundred forty eight days ways down his back. And so what now for the club and the place the future? What promises were made Tuesday DAT by path to get him to return to the club after less vannice season away? I see that his contract will run for the remainder of this season. Plus three more to follow. The big question is though can he rebuild a team to add to his nine titles? One in his first spell here, which remember him the second most successful coach in the club's history behind Muna f- who accrued fourteen and water Salah ary. Well, there has been an offer to him to remain in the club in a position yet to be confirmed. He is at present thinking the offer over as for any conflict with Z, Dan, his relationship with them over the is is always been very good and the role. So plenty of messages of thanks to the ad and coach from a number of plaza, Regula nsaid. I will be attorney grateful to the coach who trusted me. And I am convinced. He will go on to do great things you deserve it. He said thank you for believing. In me, Venecia's also added thank you for everything for helping me since my arrival for the trust. And the opportunities you gave me God blessed? Look as vast square also added. I thank you for your trust in me, and your dedication. I wish you the best of luck in the future. And finally, Marcus the thanked him as well he said for the confidence you showed in me the opportunities that I was afforded Perez. Was prominent at the presentation he welcomes back what he called the best coach in the world. You'll passion for Madrid brings you back to the best club in the work. World and Barath had words as well. For solari. I want to thank you for your dedication and loyalty to this club. This is your home. You are part of this club based on your merits unto. You showed great commitment for day one in adverse conditions, we want you to remain attached to the club. If you wish that it was it ends tuned to take to the lecture. And he said sit is a special day for me. I'm here because the president called me, I am very happy. What I want is to get to work again puts this club back to where it should be things going to change we have to change for next season. But now is not about that. Now, we have seven games left, and we want to finish as well as we can. Well, if we were going to get a return of Zinnat into what about a return, then for Cristiano Renaldo this, of course, was before the hat trick that he scored for eventers in the victory of Athletico Madrid. He was asked do you want him to come back and the? It's not the issue. We have eleven games left thought as we are thinking of of the moment, we all know, what Cristiana means to the history of this club. He was one of the very best. But it is not something for now. Whether that means it's something for the summer who knows? Well, the one question that everybody wanted answered what has Peres had to give him in order to get him to return. Well, he will have the overall sale all footballing matters. No decisions on signings will be made without his approval. Plus that will be a salary commensurate with his position. Remember, he wasn't even in the top ten highest earning coaches in the world last year. That is not the case now is contract will be initially twelve million per season plus Adams, which is still by the way significantly less than DA Simione at hats Letica now asked if he was refreshed after his break. Yes, he said nine months in Madrid living here recharging my batteries. I am now ready. To experience the thrill of training round the trade on his technical team will be the same team. He said, then there were the names of surgeon players that popped up, Iskoe Marcello bail. I'm back. He said with the players who have won a great deal. I will go back to work with all of them. I'm not thinking about signings or who is leaving. I'm only thinking about the first eleven games as first job though. After this press conference was a telephone call to Sergio Ramos now fan polls were running in full force within our Seventy-three percent said he was the right choice to return Z, Dan, which plagued they think would benefit the most from his rear rival here. It was Iskoe the tops that phone on fifty plus percent. The biggest loser would be Gareth bale. Forty seven point one percent saying that the key to the summer Mejic clear out and plenty of new faces that was what was wanted by forty eight percent of the poll seventy nine percent believe that Z Dan should have the final say. In any signings? As for who. He would prioritize longtime favorite eating has out. Fifty one percent of the vote then it was all the way back to ten percent for neymar. I'm cain. Emba- pay didn't actually register two percent of the vote of the positions. The fans won strengthened. Well, seventy four percent wanted new Fords. Finally was Z Dan right to return to the scene of his past glories sixty four percent relieved that he was then as the nights went on a few more comments appeared from the Dan he said is a man who produces enthusiasm all over the world on Cristiano Renaldo gain. Remember, this was before that half Drake is that he is where he is. And he is doing very well ASTA about which they would choose a witch downward shoes given neymar unabashed pay better answer. Why not both the media spend the night lapping all of this, plenty joy. Joining in the discussion as well. Eka Casillas joined it on social media, the festival of comments comparing the Dan's return to that of Michael J, FOX in back to the future two. He was saying some sequels a better than the original onto the potential signings for next season firstly combat a heat already. Remember spike in an interview in the last few days, saying he will stay in Paris post that was before Zidane's return. This may have an effect on his decision. It said on eating has now if sanctions that Chelsea remain in position, and they cannot buy any plas-. They may well be forced to keep eating has out, regardless of the fact that he could then leave for free in twenty twenty but in twenty twenty would ram adrit still want him would they have already gone elsewhere, not a foregone conclusion than this move for hazard and a lot of hurdles still yet to overcome on. Then to name our another who had said on record in the last few days that he was going to be staying in Paris. The next. Season equally Z Dan was never really in favor of his arrival last year when he was here in his potentially divisive presences something else that he wants to avoid at all costs. The chances of is a rival. If these deals are going to be sanctioned by sedan is very slim onesie, Dan, would definitely prefer is Manchester United's pull pumper, but it does mean though that they would have to do with me. No rial. And that is that they have tried to avoid it all costs in recent times that it might not put Madrid of this time around, but with the turnaround in fortunes at Manchester United would he actually want to leave the chances are yes, he would see a big chance of title uncut winds with a resurgent wral Madrid. What about Harry Kane not Z, Dan doesn't rate or one team? But a two hundred and fifty million Dan's view, is the money could be spent better. Elsewhere the military deal that is. Is still very much on the table despite his recent transgressions, expect bad deal though to go through Palacios. Another casualty it seems the Dan at present has little use for the Argentinian on day one of the new regime manned the first training session on Wednesday. By this go Marcello were in on their day off Venecia's was also in continuing his rehabilitation Sergio Ramos was filming himself and making sure the postings were going up live and regularly on social media's from his home, one of the first requests of the Dan is that's Marcello will stay according to reports from Brazil coaching play. We'll meet this week to discuss his future. Now earlier in the week. We reported that the Columbia wind Kantar had grown fed up with waiting around from the dribble was looking at say contract offer from River Plate as well. As potential moves to the Premier League. He was left stunned. Oh after allegedly receiving a coal from the club on Tuesday. Who said they want to? Get the move back on again back onto the transfer. Rumors and speculation the strike hunt is going to be halting up very soon. Look Yovich of vine tracked Frankfurt is still on the agenda. But his goals have slowed up. Robert Levin off ski has taken over as the Bundesliga is number one goal scoring seventeen goals this season four in the last two. Now his contract has another two years to run remember last year really harness refused to meet him to discuss a move before deadline day and despite his desire to move after five seasons. He realized that was utilized by simply wouldn't sell this some of the with by Munich rebuilding as well. The situation may differ, though. The fan today still one eighty million plus for him which player at thirty one is a lot of money up potential move to round Madrid is still a way off good news though, for Ashraf had Keaney who was on his way back this semester. Dan's arrival will not endanger that return. Nor the return of Rowley Tomasi either the one player that it may not be good news for is Martin Odaguard and bring you up to date with the smoking's news stories. You didn't has odds. Name and face again is highly visible in the media and comments forthcoming from a range of quarters on his potential move away. Or a better Martinez said as odd is showing the best form of his career. He is ready to lead whatever project or team that he plays with watts though if a deal can't be done well names in the framing clued Zadie Amana most Saleh Jaden Sancho now reports in Italy have alleged today that Madrid have been back in touch about is the possibility of signing Hikari contact has been made where the wife and agent one that NADA UVA. Remember also remain interested as indeed are Napoli who have offered close to the ten million per season that he wants latest surrounding Kilian mbappe as a two hundred. And fifty million packages being put together to present VS g which could include just the money or the cash plus a range of plasma. You could pick from the likes of Iskoe essentially, a Benza or indeed Mariana and finally today Christian Erickson is again being sounded out with the intention of him being the ideal replacement for Tony Cruz look sets to leave this summer Erickson's agent. Martin shoots has refused to comment. He said ident- one to add to any more of these speculation Christian is focused only on playing football with Spurs at present. And that is just about it for now. Remember, you can catch up with all of the seasons news so far how this extraordinary year has unfolded by going through the website of remedy podcasts dot com all going to Spotify June's, Google or stitch away. You can find all of the last year's podcast together. Now, we'll be back on Monday until then. Do enjoy the rest of the week and Z Down's first weekend back in charge. We will be back next Monday for me, Tim capable until then. Bye bye Fennell.
Eriksen warned on pitfalls of Madrid move, Pogba remains Zidane's 1st choice, Vinicius concerned about his future and has Jovic decided to stay in Bundesliga with Bayern Munich
"Welcome back everybody to the RAB Madrid podcast. Well, the last few days have seen a continuation of the transfer rumors as rat Madrid seeks from putting plays a strategy for next season. All this, of course, being done the spotlight of world football falls, not for the first time this season on messy and Vasa letter. Instead, the club and fans have to satisfy themselves by planning for next season's recovery. One of the most prominent names again over the last few days, Christian Erickson who had one of his least effective games Tottenham against I actually other night. He's again being confed with pug by plenty of medium fans alike, as they try to guess, which would be the more suitable signing Erickson at one hundred million, of course, much cheaper of the two and for many his style of play would suit Madrid's system much better than that of Pago Pago, though, as we know desperate to get out of Manchester United to play for. Rayle Madrid and some of the even speculated that he would take a pay cut in order to do sibiza. Dan is going to press on trying to convince pad amongst others. That Paul is the right man to invest one hundred fifty million euros in it appears as well there are plenty of data's existing in the dressing room as well. With reports about is salary demands. Of course, very public already is a rival as potentially the highest paid player at the club has not gone dab. Well, with the squad's senior pleasant Christian Erickson, if he opened his ipad up this morning, he would have seen plenty of people, including de Mita Bev it'll warning him about the perils that lie ahead. Should he moved to rail Madrid? Look at Bailey said he's one everything he's schooled amazing goals. He should be a hero yet. They still don't even like an Levy sticking to his gums, by the way on. Erickson's evaluation around one hundred million and Eric's unless that fee is met will not be going anywhere. Just yet another offering view at opinion, his Stephan Edinburg who offered up his views on the situation of Rigas at by Munich. He'd must recognize that it is time to leave by Munich. He has to play an enjoy his football. It is impossible to do. So if you are playing ten to fifteen minutes in every game, and he has to be realistic yet it there will be few opportunities either. Should he return to route Madrid, and that is reiterated across the media again, most pointing to the fact that Rodriguez left initially two years ago because he didn't see eye to eye with zoo data that situation as not changed for others there. The question is why they cannot find a place for a player who was hardly a disappointment in his time with realme trip thirty goals and forty assists in one hundred and eleven game. It was only under the Dan that the return slow down Sean on the answer. Lottie? Remember, remember, also the Napoli did show interest? But it wasn't reciprocated that faded out. And also not a surprise to see over the last few days, a long list of I x flares being touted as potential summit recruits. Vanda bakers being schooled at the academy since he was fourteen is now the prized asset for z, Dan, as we said, it is polka who remains his first choice in midfield. But competition for Vanderbilt, by the way is already very intense. PS g boscell Alana event, a Spurs and livable all interested in signing, the player all arrays one. I ask player who would love a shot at the really big prizes. Dusen Tadic the thirty rolled four to join from Southampton as an incredible season thirty four goals, twenty one assists. This campaign with evaluation of just twenty million could be the bug in of the summer. However, the fantasy score just Twenty-one goes in four seasons at Southampton in the Premier League some believing he would struggle in Spain as well interview with renowned good appeared on Friday published in France, very amusing. Final question from the interviewer. He said have you ever thought about retiring to boscell Leonard because there's a lovely beach that Rinaldo apparently loft boss'll onery cities. Not for me. I went there once or twice. I did get the feeling they don't like Cristiano much down there. Discussions remain ongoing at present over the future of Martin Odaguard where they robbed if punches from. I ex expected this summer D young, of course, already signed for bossa. Learn it licked we'll follow either to Boston or by Munich of Vanda. Bake also expected eve I XE are reportedly ready to offer Madrid twenty million Odaguard with. The option open for them to repurchase in two seasons time as for the play himself player of the month incident. He in additive Z this month. He sounded suitably infused any play he said would be flattered club. Like I XE or is interested in citing them figure out a few comments faked up his views on Nate mobile published. The other day, I have no doubt he said that Madrid or love to side him. He is twenty-seven years of age. He doesn't need much advice from anybody these days if he changes club, it will be just to move some wet better either financially or for the prestige and winning trophies at on his future hid seems that the on off saga will be concluded not this year, but it is next season with Madrid nor anybody else willing to go near the player for the valuation of PS of of around three hundred million at the end of next season. Of course that drops. Release clause will then be one hundred and seventy million. And that is when the battle for his signature will begin keep an eye on the relationship is well between Vinicius and Z, Dan, which is being discussed it hasn't. According to some go off on the right foot Venecia's fearful that with the muted signings potentially this summer, including has out Yovich, maybe Eriksson may be set in Mani. It could affect his potential to get a starting place in. He is not prepared said to sit out a season on the bench waiting phase chance. It seems that despite his recent return to something like active service, Iskoe is doing little suit tempts other clubs to take him seriously as a potential citing Manchester City's alleged interests looks to almost dissolved. And so two is any desire for eventers all by to even consider him in there? Plans. And so it seems the plan to play Iskoe and others, including bail in order to stimulate interest. As basically backfired and failed with nobody remotely interested in bail either. And I need Dortmund and arsenal still with any interest in Iskar, and I just stayed with bell. Pat is again said to be tried to use him as part of a package deal to tent PS g to selling Neeman Marcellus future is still very dad full. Indeed, there appears to be no visible end in signed to these slump in his form this campaign. The Dan is once again looking to France for a replacement Leon's Twenty-three-year-old left Bank. An and Mendy is interesting him menu came through Laverick couple of seasons ago in his second year. We're Dalil his form this season has led him to pick up his first full cap where the French national team played in the one hill victory for France over Uruguay. Last November's contract runs until twenty twenty three is valuation is a random about forty million on or could potentially take over that physician. Of course is Ashley I've had me who has speculative his desire to get back to Madrid to work under sedan. It will be a dream to be back in Madrid. He said as soon as possible, I would be lying if I said, otherwise, I'm a Madrid fat. It has been a difficult season for them. But they are the best club in the world. And they will bounce back talking about his time at Brucie Dortmund. He said it has been the learning experience that I needed to. I have come out on loan, and I will go back as a more mature player. I made the right decision to come here. Now up until the last week's also it was believed that Ramllah drid had won the race to sign lucre Yovich, but despite cordial relations between on Frankfurt and rail Madrid. No announcement looks imminent. It's now emerged that by Munich in the mix of serious players as well. And they posted an offer of around seventy eight million which is fifteen million more than rail Madrid Yovich himself as Rudy enjoyed his time in Bundesliga, and is not said to be in any major hurry to leave it by Munich could is well satisfied his cravings to win trophies as remember they embark on. I major some of investment is well and finally today caddying Benza is Danes subject to remove survey potential some of move where PS g again said to be waving a huge check room it to be a hundred million in Perez direction. But the reality is it's hard to believe that there is too much truth in this. As of course, we know they're getting rid of Cavani who still had a pretty good season seventeen goes. Seventy games this season and to spend that type of money on a player who is one year younger than Cavani seems to be not great business. Really, however, thirty goals and tennis cysts, which is what Benza Matt has produced this season. Does look compelling. And that is of course, if they don't get their first choice who is Roberto for me. No, I'm not just about wraps it up then for the week. Dan, forget you can follow us on Spotify tunes and Stitcher, of course, as well. And you can catch up on all of the seasons. News and podcasts by revisiting all of them via the website at studied WWW Ramadorai podcast dot com for me, though, Tim cable till next week. Bye bye. For now.
Episode 486: Birds, Orphans, and Fools (1969)
"Christopher media. Let's make some noise. This episode of the projection booth has brought to you by OVID DOT TV over that TV is the independent streaming home for people who want to watch foreign films thought provoking documentaries and art house gems that are impossible to find anywhere else for just six, ninety, nine a month. You'll have access to a Cornucopia of films to watch anytime and on any device vanity fair calls over dot. TV, a fantastic streamer for people with a taste for foreign political and otherwise beyond the American mainstream films discover Art House titles, documentaries, works of global cinema all in one place start streaming at www dot O. V. I dot TV highlights include the. Documentary let the Fire Burn. It's a shocking true story of the escalating confrontations between the Philadelphia police and the back to nature black collective. The conflict culminated in nineteen eighty five with the death of eleven move members, six of them children, and the destruction of an entire black working class neighborhood. When police bombed the group's fortified House, you'll notice echoes between the film and today's clashes between citizens and the police from now until October twenty first twenty, twenty, six, fifty percent of your first three months of over DOT TV just head on over to www dot. Ole. V. I D. that TV and sign up with the coupon code projection at checkout what number we thinking of Sixty nine If the. US. Another year would not do. Welcome to the projection booth. I'm your host Mike White. Join me once again is ms cat, etlinger. Also back in the booth Mr Jonathan Owen Hello. We continue check timber with a film that really makes the word chick timber. We are discussing the Slovakian film. Birds Orphans and Fools, by euro, Yuck. Bisco. I've spoken a little bit in the past about the difference between Muhima Moravian. Slovakia especially on our episode about the joke but we will be discussing that a bit more as we talk about Yacob Iskoe and his relationship with his fellow family filmmakers, Birds Orphans, and fools as a wild ride. It's the story of three young people in the turbulent year and place of nineteen sixty, eight Slovak. There are birds, the characters are orphans, and they often play the fool as we experience a slice of their lives. This is either going to be one of those episodes that helps explain things and it's good to hear before watching the movie or it might just devolve into something that will confuse you to the point of madness you have been warned. So Jonathan, when was the first time? You Saw Birds Orphans and Fools, and what did you think? I this in two thousand and three and I think touches started researching Czechoslovak stadiums around this time and I'd read a little bit about it and I'd seen still. In a couple of textbooks including Amos Vogel's amazing. Film is this so I think texting. And I was really excited by because it just looked so wild and it was the first time I'd really heard about Slovak cinema as opposed to Jackson so. Slovak, stadium it was still a bit of a mystery and I just got this impression of complete kind of visual craziness and when I did get to see the film I think it was one of those rat times that he really did live up to I was imagining and so yes, it would be my first taste of Slovak film. And it was pretty much Wyatt hopeful I was really shocked at the time by the ending and I think every Tom Watch it again, I'm always shocked by the ending how about you? Can I have Jonasson hits. Thank for this today. This was a recommendation came through Jonathan. Borrow I think maybe five years ago now, which seems crazy I. Wish for sit in this chapter for become folk corre on Czechoslovakian Folk Hora. An although this isn't a Faux Corre Jonathan gave me some how the chapter especially that wonderful battery carton. Able to. But we just I think talking about the Pagan Animus in in checking stove failed, and this was one of the recommendations. So I picked up the SACKMAN DVD over an like, Jonathan it was really one of those times where it met my expectations even exceeded them i. love any sense of paganism in film. This is just such a pagan film. He's so vague in the colors and just everything. So I was just blown away by oversee also really shocked by the end I've seen it a few times in stop. So you love is probably one of my favorite. Czechoslovakian films. But watching it back for this again, just ending it just it still it never loses power to shaw can it's too so sad as well on the music everything even Ariza film awards with my Mouth Open because I'm just. Like, literally, every frame is just gorgeous. Kind of like you Jonathan I. I ran across this in that Vogel. Book and a lot of Yacob goes films were just impossible to find the ones that he made just prior to this and the ones that he may just after this were just so difficult one I did find them on VHS bootlegs they wouldn't have subtitles and it's not like you can really watch movies without subtitles because there is soo much stuff going on this movie just floored me when I watched for the podcast and just seeing the colors the editing style, the way that this is put together. It's so anarchic, but there's a logic to it and I feel like I would have to watch this. I don't know how many more times before I could even start to glean some of the symbolism that's going on in this film I mean the use of the flag, the USTA, the colors of the flag. So often is just it's wild I mean just having to look up Stefanik is. Looking up where they're at at one crucial point in front of a big memorial I guess it is just so many things happening in this, and so I'm really excited to talk to you guys and try to figure this one out a little bit more. He is a really visually impressive on I think the made this is I think his best film I would say in my opinion, I think the film where he most fully realized his. Aesthetic and I think that he said at the time or just before this was made, I think that he was worried that he would never be able to make a noble film that he just didn't know how to make a normal film but the May I think that this is the film where he really I think shows what he is about I. Think it's worth noting that he trained as a graphic designer I think before he trained as filmmaker. then he actually originally was interested in cinematography I. Think he originally wanted to be a cinematographer, but the story goes that he was not accepted at. As a cinematographer on only on the directing course. So he kind of became a direct to by default but I think that says a lot about where he's coming from as a filmmaker in I think, the visual side is really crucial. He does approach filmmaking as a painter radio as a visual artist and as you say, I, think every frame is just so full of images full of motifs and the way he uses I think he's really striking. I think he can make the film or I think a lot of his films almost like. H I think that can almost be too much going on I. Think we can feel overwhelmed sometimes worry that we not getting a lot of the references, a lot of the the meaning behind things and I think a lot of it does have a meaning that you can attach to it I. Think the case is I think a lot of it is very intuitive and I think a lot of it's very playful as well. On of the things that struck me when I first saw it was and sort of matched. What I'd read about him was I. Think this represents. A Slovak aesthetic I think represents something different from while a lot of the Czech filmmakers doing. So I think, could Bisco I think he's one of the three filmmakers in Slovakia. He represents what could be seen as a as a distinct Slovak style, the kind of chief element that is this combination of the influence of Foca with avant-garde modernist elements and When you think of the use of Cola and the way the kind of color will change I mean I think this really matches that Berry vivid use of color the UCLA can flow back. East European Boca in general the interesting thing and I think this is something that makes him almost come built somebody like, Cloud Borussia. Brazil. Contact in sometimes top to know where the kind of folk artist and I'm the Abbot God is begins because I think some of the techniques devices I mean we can see them as avant garde in a way. They also relate back to vote tradition very kind of Vivid Cola vivid imagery. So on Jonathan. So I was GonNa actually cause your oversee the expert on the vacuum Vilma often gets pushed and I know I've been guilty of this sort. Of Czechoslovakia, Prague staff really takes prominence and easy to get hold of his while like mark said, this issues refined in some of the films but one thing that really interests me about the director in the interview that mark sent over closely watched films by Antonin J. Lean the facts that he didn't necessarily see himself as a and was really into this idea if they saw of multi-cultural mixing Paul an embracing of all the different cultures. Whereas you have someone that you right here he was also. Slovak. But always like sorry to family because of the. like the new way for we found like the side during a bit push star wearing. Yaqoob iskoe seems to like the complete opposite. He seems to just been told lean to you not destroying from this like fo- car but this whole mixim. Paul of. Energy in you know the people he was working with his while people heated. UVA. Example and. It just really struck me the contrast between that attitudes. Dot is one of the ironic things about yackobitz filmmaker in the is you say I think he did feel that he was re PA of that the generation of Slovak's who did not really feel any antagonism towards the checks he felt that these ethnic these cultural differences would not really important with noting to that Yaacob base go like a pace fellow slug that filmmakers from that same generation were farm your graduates, and so I think that possibly as one of the reasons why maybe he didn't feel that sense of distance difference from the new wave I'd come trust with with her We still can justify this film as a check Tamba entry because even thinking the production of the film I mean there are sort of check elements in Nassau, for instance, years used to Kota who plays. and. Who was in another? Of Yacob, iskoe's films I. Mean is a check actor at apparently there was some objections about him not speaking good enough. Slovak. I think he's dubbed Anyway in this film but. Clearly Yakobus. Goes happy to use a check out to the CO writer as well with check interesting late the correct delight to become the chief rabbi of Prague so. You've gotta a rabbi involved in the writing them, which is interesting. The race that sort of engagement I think we chat culture. As you say I think there is that you know the idea of the melting pot of mixing, infusing these different influences, different cultures together, and then of course, the the. National Element in this is the French element because this was I think this was a French co production and It's one of the film's really resulted from the production agreement that was set up in. Relation to upgrade and replace the man who lies which has been made I. Think he gave before in Slovakia. There is some kind of ugly the lap without film as well. I think the producer is the same cinematographer. And apparently. Yaacob Bisco, I believe chose this figure of Stefani Milan it who is this who was this Slovak statesman and with also French, general and I think Yacob Biskra chose. Stefanik has a motif partly because that's the kind of connecting point between France and Slovakia. So yes, something that's very true that he's interested in. Merging different influences or different cultural. Trump's together and Away I mean I. I I've I've argued before I think in in in in what I've written about this that I think there is a kind of postmodern element even kind of before postmodernism which radio thing in that you know you do get these. References to cultural phenomena from very different COMTEX I. Mean they referenced Mouth For instance, they reference. There's a Coca Cola Cam that you see at one point and some of these things seem completely alien really to this context. y'All think that's definitely true that he's bringing in a lot of these other elements as well. So I one of the main themes of these characters though isn't it because like one of them's g one, they come from these different backgrounds and shouldn't really be friends and they then form this tight close relationship despite that differences. So one of the main thing seems to be by overcoming those differences even though it kind of ends up badly for. Of them but. Yeah I think that's definitely true the I think you can see that connection between the characters I'm visions and your statement that you know we roll deciding basically not saying whether the Stefani memorial on the flag and You know Yackobitz feelings as a member of this year generation. So I think again, it relates to the idea that this generation has the possibility to be different and has the possibility to be more progressive than not to see these ethnic cultural differences anymore the Slovak flag is through there so much the red, the white and they blew. A little bit different than our red white and blue over here or your read writing white and blue. Cat. But also, uniting these three very different people that we do have. I'm trying to decipher what York's his fatherhood is motherhood I mean, he says that Stefanik was his father. Obviously that's more symbolic father but then they also say that they're all or fence Marta the jewel. Stocks about how polls killed her parents and Andre the poll talks about how Jews killed his parents. But we we don't necessarily find out what happened to your parents but all three of them are these orphans that are all living together and in the in this just wild dilapidated crazy house that they live in, which is right. Next door to what looks like some sort of an asylum which is filled with kids with little people with people. With Down Syndrome. So it's just a they kind of are these orphans who are living next to the fools, but they're playing the fools as well. I. Mean of course you're having his name Yorick tapping on that whole fool character from hamlet I thought was a very nice touch and it seems like they're kind of running away from the world by playing the fool and I think that comes through even in that initial voiceover week at from. Someone who says they're Yaqoob iskoe but sounds very much like a child. Yes I think that's a part of his game playing the way that it set up like that where you have yet statement. Iowa Yacob. Bisco, and then it's a child's voice then shifts to a woman's Voice I. Think That's I think a of setting up the kind of playfulness about identity am game-playing. Throughout. What I like in that introduction to is you see the kids you see the people I think with down. Syndrome. Possibly, and I think there is that sense of they embrace of. otherness to to word or this embrace of light marginalized people which I think the me I think ties in with a lot of watch of the filmmakers doing in the late sixties early seventies, how rough ski for instance but I think it also feels very hot bell I think women to. Almost identify with these people I think. It's the way of opening up this idea that you know. We can look at things from different perspectives. We're GONNA. See things you know not from the establishment inspectable, the dominant. Going to sort of take things from other points of view. Children, they want the central characters that like the children that live next door to them and I. Love the fact that these kids just seem to wonder in Iowa of the highest without old guy, the sage. I think Mike said he's is total I cannot regard but that like children. Even, though that so paying fulls, they can be very cruel but I saw can naive. About the one thing I never is the way it tends not to jump had in. The last stocked in the they've they've been forced to grow up it. Something that Yorick in particular solve rejects and he rejects Ni. But. All the way through the film that like these Berry carefree childish characters, you can do cruel destructive things but so can kid so. That very much alike kids even though that fully grown adults and the new teen sacks is while in the film. But that ideas about life to seem very, very childish and that just all about play they just WanNa play and do city things an interest me. This is connected to the Prague spring whether that's a comment on that is why like this freedom to explore and then all of a sudden it's gone or I don't know if I'm just reading too much into it but I think it's totally right to connect to the the political context I mean. This was made I think I think the story was drafted originally in sixty seven but I think they didn't stop making it until October sixty eight. So this is already a few months after the Soviet invasion. So I think he's very much made under the shadow of the debt of the death of the Prague Spring and at the end of those I guess illusion those promises of more liberal society that that brew and so yes, I think that's very much that would have been very much I think on on his mind. Making this. That's true about the context in that they embrace of playfulness and this embraceth This ideal of freedom I think it does relate a literal way I think to the contact the ability of the prog at least and I think Czechoslovakia as a whole was quite into the hippie culture, which is that may be surprising I. Think it was I think prog was known as the Hippie capital of your around this time. So I think he was definitely tapping into something that was sort of in the wider culture and. That's a lot of philosophy and a lot of a lot of the sixties culture. I. Think. He's about that embrace plays knit really in about even. Look at somebody La D. lying in Britain he was. Advocating similar thing they embrace of. Conventionally known as mountainous, the madness daddy mountains can be something positive Cambay, something Labor Atri. Perhaps, walked makes this. A little bit different. I think whether the context of the invasion does count is in the sense that here I think the characters are embracing madness. So they're embracing play. I think there's almost a kind of dissent dispatch kind of underpinning that because. It's ultimately because they want to escape from the world. So I think this idea that you can transform the world three play or through the imaginative. Liberation I think the idea has kind of gone by this point I really it's about the idea that the world around you is horrible. What you can do is you can escape from that. You can as your accessories you can build this house in yourself. You can create a space within yourself where you can kind of ignore it and you can live freely within your own sort of little corner. But Yeah I think it is very much time I think can they embrace of playfulness and an childishness in any kind of a positive sense if I think the title of Touch Cova, translate more accurately as biddies little bit. So I think even that kind of childish connotation to it. That also speaks to the whole idea that the freedom is really associated with these birds that live everywhere and they're all over the place but for whatever reason Marta hates them and as setting traps for them, which is interesting. So this whole idea of you know you can be used free as a bird you can do all this play. But yet here we are trying to kill these birds and just do awful things with their eggs by playing pool with the eggs. That was really bizarre when she drops that one into the paw I mean there's a lot of not very nice things done to animals in this and I don't know any animals were harmed, but there's also the hedgehogs is while get candles the poor hedgehog I felt so bad for him. I know it's like this is sort of thing a child would do without actually realizing it was dangerous that not militias characters dislike Jonathan says, it's a sent this like a sort of mildness. At seems to have a certain parallels but not toe or we've heated over Stacy's in that regard where you offer t female characters, you would just they don't take anything seriously but they get more and more destructive in their games that game. So of get Waldo and they start smashing things happen you know. And so it seems was so of parallel to that in a way but I see him parallel to free paradise is while his idea, the garden of Eden, the loss of innocence stuff staffers. What you said is like that you could just sit here I think for days. Looking into every single strand, which I'm sure Nannies that by accident on I'm show, which is why it's such a rich film because of all these things. Looking at the wardrobes and I kept thinking is this some sort of obtuse reference to Polanski with two men in the wardrobe because there are wardrobes everywhere in this movie to the point where Europe is even sleeping in a wardrobe and comes out almost like it's a coffin but then you have these and I'm I don't know when cs Lewis wrote his stuff and like is this supposed to be a transportation to another world or something so? This is like the wardrobes become almost the walls to their little living area, which is actually. Living area with this huge ceilings and everything where the birds are flying around I mean. Just, the setting of this movie is so wild and that's so much of it takes place in this one area. Yes. They do go out on the road at at least once if not twice and there are scenes from outside the outside, it's pretty dangerous especially with these machine-gun-toting Grammy's that they have out there. Yeah I'm glad you brought up the wardrobe with because I I that is something that are never able ready to. Get handle on as to whether there is a precise meaning to that I think as as you said, I think that I thought of planned skis while I put the two men and a wardrobe and I wardrobes do have a place I think in surrealism I think Meyer US wardrobe few times and I think there is a kind of magical significance to the wardrobe itself in that it is this place to hide. In He's also I guess associated with dressing with playacting not sense as you say can function as a coffin as well. I. Mean in terms of the the space I mean, this is really interesting space isn't it? I think that they live in because I think on the one hand I mean he's kind of a ruined space. It doesn't seem to be an inhabitable space in any kind of sense so I guess that can. Relate to this idea that we are living in this time of ruin and devastation and a lot of that kind of space that we see kind of ruined as well. There is this constant sense. The Wall somehow is going on still he's scrambling timelines law as well because you see like slow parties and you see the street battles outside the appearance of Marta when we first harassment concentration camp inmates which have caused. If we see this film is set in notching sixty nine or sixty eight. That's kind of impossible but he meant to evoke the sense of this background of woolen persecution. But on the other hand, find that space that they live in quite fun and I think it's also quite a playful and laboratory space in that I think represents stay of pure. Logicality it's almost a bit like immigration painting or something and We never seem to know how the characters kind of come in and out really I don't think we really see like an entrance or do away where we could say, well, this is this is the entry point is this entry points everywhere again with the flaws we don't show how many floors are there in this building and you know how do you go upstairs I think they have like five and Powell at one point but your Shit sorry. She's seems like a weed invention, these weeds. Gadgets just to with another wardrobe Joe Boxer. Waltraud. I just wanted to say if you just take this as like pure fantasy film say so remove it from the. Political climate, which is kind of impossible but just second one family reminds me of thematically but the. E in it, and the idea of this dangerous landscape is Louie malls plot mean. Because in not, you've a really strange house like a fairytale house in the middle of this very dystopia Paean Wall Street. Culture and it becomes like a weed sanctuary for these bizarre things to happen. So I don't know if that film is out. So it kind of reminds me of that. Without the we'd breastfeeding I must admit I've never seen black moon with really keen to watch that now. Yeah Kinda Kinda takes place in this sort of distort pin wool landscape where and it's A fairytale, very perverse one where this this business spoiler for anyone. He wasn't insane it, but it starts with the skill. He's. He's a bit like comics in wanted on. She saw of comes out if this dangerous landscape and drops into this little cottage where she meets, I could talk in Holson strange women. In this, we'd pair of twins wanted in Playboy Joke Dallas Sandro Honest really surreal you don't really get to work out who these people are why they exist. But just the contrast of having this we'd. santuary place today for nothing. Really make sense in the middle of you know when they go exciting BITs, often fools is the same thing that seems to be war everywhere. Irony seems very dangerous and. This conflict. So it just reminds me of that just to in that way radio nor also that both really whimsical films and resource solve cereal I'd say this definitely has adamant fairy tale like black means a lot of times. These characters feel like they walked right out of a French film Especially, I would say a good hour film because. Even though they have a jules and Jim relationship if feels more like a like a band of outsiders as far as the way that they come in, there is this political element to it. They are very anarchic, but they're they're not necessarily spouting as much politics. All the time is say that could go dr protagonist yet was really sort of conscious influence on on Yacob base. Go I think cast actually at this point in his career is interesting because he's often described as a slow back Fellini, which I mean does make sense as well and I believe that Fellini and Yacob discussed it become friends later on. I think is definitely the yet a cool influence here I think the the appropriate editing and montage as well like the use of sales from other sources like the scale of Dalai that Pairs one point the two editing is for me quite good audience well. I left E. to know Fellini. Oversee Fellini is told to buy coffee times probably my favorite filmmaker of all time. And there are elements of leanness in the. I saw it is in that sense of task carneval and the Little Pagan motifs. Necessarily see this are seen a few comparisons to Fellini S. Both visually, very rich filmmakers who used color in a very specific way new surrealism in a very specific way obviously have. An interest, a grotesque, the call novel oil and Paganism but beyond that I don't really see them as having matching common night. Fini was never political. All these films were about himself. They will like a former personal therapy they're like puffer for me. So criticisms of Italian culture perhaps in religion I wouldn't say Panini was particularly political in any way was told the so it's a strange when someone just take his his value of. Something looks like just say, oh? Yes. Bright. It's colorful. Yes. It's like Fellini when. Totally. Different I. Think thematically. The the motivation I all. Totally, totally totally different in that way. Probably. They pay to found the obvious. It was one of the things that I. I responded. He was that really rich you I love cinema. That's totally visually over the top very caterpillar cutting technique anything intact Nicola like. Anything that just house crazy source sack? design. A very visual person and it's the first thing that all know is so obviously, yes thought would be my point of reference per. No no I don't see any other sort of. You know connection to fitting the thing they would totally doing different things with film. Yet I think perhaps more that the I think they would shite by that wider context because I think the LE- made satyricon. The same year is days which I think was his maybe apart Julia dispiriting system to really go in this kind of if you like psychedelic or this kind of light overreach visual direction. So I think it's more that they had shad trajectory than the this go taking the leaning to go back to really appoint is what I think even though he was older, he was in not sort of. So, of. Sense of experimentation you see from Judea Own Woodson, you can tote say embiid's olefins, impose this this sense of the sixties and experimentation. So yeah, they do so of. On that is explain, it was kind of very interested in our culture in very interested in what was going on stocks got really experimental. The same period even though he was from a totally different nation. Yeah. There's definitely some parallels, but I agree with the gold thing in the characters that no really Fellini ask cowardice tool that something something else. By political context by sentence of time in play. So I think even though it does it does that move into sort of phantasmagorical. Area Eight eight always maintains that awareness of the specific time place as much as a stylized. I, think it is also kind of documents of the period that it was made in, and it's interesting because in Yackobitz does previous film desert in the maps, he actually included a footage of the invasion of the Soviet invasion, which is interesting to kind of put documentary element into a stylized in some ways than testicle films so I think he always, he always maintained that connection with reality, and in fact, I mean in terms of the politics, there is a a comment off tonight about the final stadium and again I'm jumping ahead a little bit here but when you are it commit suicide. One of the ways that he does that is by setting himself on fire, and this was made two weeks after the death of young Pawlak, who was a a check, a student who protested against the invasion by setting himself on fire and then died from his wounds and I think Bisco who has denied that he was influenced by this but to me, it took to incidental I think can I think there are other actions why this happened to think there was the event in Vietnam. Wasn't South Vietnam Amongst immolating themselves so I think. I feel that that. Motif of of self immolation meant to I. Think conjure up political associations whether it is the whether it's closer to home. His death is just so layered when it comes to symbolism to as far as. Hanging yourself by the statue of Stefanik and not only are you setting yourself on fire, hang yourself and drowning all at the same time it's like okay so I remember the first time I sorry I was just A goal like Jesus Christ this is. Five. So after I'd seen, iffy Tom's a star to read. he kills Malta we mentioned is okay like I said earlier I don't know if we're going to make more sense of this film. Hopefully, we're not confusing the listeners to badly with this because yeah, we are jumping all the way to the end here but the fact that he was, you know because she's become a grownup on Jay Malta got this family going in. So they got these responsibilities and they're in A. New Highs. It almost seems like he does it to free her our in the first time I. saw it. I ready is just purely as sort of jealousy ongole in in it was all to do is ego but the more I think about it's almost like he's he's so sat in free from whatever because I don't know again, I might be reading too much into it, but I started to change my attitude to. What the end in May because again, Noah militias character. Even though he does crew things which might seem like a bit of a paradox but. None of them seem to be malicious. True really I think there are a few ways of reading the but I think the me that's definitely the the the one that I would go with the most the Andre and marked by this point more of a conventional couple and I think walked helps to signify that as the house, that living in the end, which although still very bizarre looking space, it's more of a conventional domestic space is not. It's actually I think in contrast to the former space, which was all about openness and all all about permeable spaces. They see that actually space that's very highly secured and sort of set off from the rest of the world you have these ladders to get into and so I think that's dignifies the fact that they have embraced. Yes. I'm old conventional domestic lifestyle and It's interesting that Yara by the sort of laugh but by the last act is always seen in a suit, isn't he again that sympathized that change tire and and I think he's also about the fact that he himself has lost this former Joie de for this the passion he had the foolishness and I think you could maybe suggested in killing her in committing these acts of violence. It's also kind of projection may be an also this rage against what he has become too and I think monster says to him you you've lost your courage to be foolish and it's just the stance that the energy has gone gritty this this this commitment to this. Radical this foolish lifestyle in the best sense it's kind of. All dissipated at this point I mean I. See this very much. The end of the sixties fill on. It's kind of like an eccentric companion in a weird way to something like. Easy Rider or Alex Restaurant in the People to take including me I think take from a quite a kind of positive optimistic I'm playful feeling and yet when you look at the endings of all these films, they're all ready bleak can really about You know suggesting that there was this possibility of some kind of lifestyle change. There was the possibility to live a different life style but at the end you know we blew it Seoul Olympic dreams died after the end. Billy. We blew it. sixty-eight, the difference between sixty, eight and sixty nine, a total shift isn't every coal trees becoming more violent and it's almost like an end of innocence as well. Not just in in Czechoslovakia because of the bring boot. So almost simultaneously, this is happening all over European in America. You start to see a lot of violence in culture and we would just about to move into the seventies as well, which is like one of the most neither state periods for cinematic expression and you and I totally agree can kind of fee in this film it slightly it's like the end of something it's like this is what we had but it so. Now and kind of to kill a martyr Yorick oversea read is, is you know the the only pace to go now is this call rebel death, which is awful Yeah. A change in the subject though. So I was just thinking he takes out photograph the peephole which highpoint really sobbed. Over his friend of coal into Malta but the use of cameras infos in this is really really interesting dob even just actual cameras. But then the way will one we've got the reflection of Yaacob iskoe and the crew. So we see them, we see them in pictures but then when there's one scene in particular were Ondrej is. Mocking like he has a camera and he's taking a film of Marta. I believe and it's just like, Oh this is really interesting that that he is even aping that he's the cameraman that he's got her in his gaze. I. Thought that was very fascinating but yeah, every time they go out they have the camera it seems like York mostly is taking photographs. He is taking pictures all the time like he's documenting what has happened to the world at this point I, never ed the points where we see the camera crew is well. which is almost like almost break in the four four is, is cycle they of this narrative day there to make documentary like who are? The children as well with with film cameras well, aren't you one of the two sequences and the does that constant? About framing with the And then I think Marta goes one third by kind of doing the kind of film real thing when she's holding the book this whole idea that she espouses about. Photographing with is on its way to absorb the ugliness of the world. So I think you have an interesting comment there on the function of maybe or the function of representation where we could say well, film or As a means to somehow reflect the horror of the world and possibly to help to change that with to make things back to a because the same. Childish idea to take an evil literally with your eyes I think possibly. Suggesting some doubt about that about the function of our Dan? So yes, I think you can see very self reflexive film in that way in the sense that he's considering his. Position as a filmmaker on where where his places as an artist wall effect can he have sort of making the world better I guess again, that relates to God influence and That whole sort of play as well with film the film Friday itself isn't the way the frame will shrink and. He's constantly playing games with the that, and then also the tinting of the film. Of course, I'm reminded of somebody like tear Yama and the way that he would use tinting allot. It's funny because thinking back to last year when I was putting this year's program together of entire year films I. Think you are both aware that we started off the entire year the first three months with Phil's for nineteen, sixty nine and when I came to timber I made sure that I had a few sixty nine films in here. So looking at this one, looking at all my countrymen, which is another kind of allergy to a age gone by that, you can never get back to in the way that neighbors have against each other because of the communism but because of the the invasion. That film was banned this film was banned but even more than that cat I, I was thinking about relationships when it comes to this movie and it's almost like we have the flip flop of the relationship from the seeds of Matt. The way that we had the two women in the one man, and now we have the two men in the one woman and just all of those sexual politics that go on in there and this weird thing too and I'm sure that there is some sort of common phrase or something but the way that when Andres gets. Sexually aroused I think he starts having nose bleed, and then later on in the film when Andrea and Marta together then you're to get a nose bleed that that was a nice little callback there. Yes. Amazing. The sexual stuff in is makes an the. Sexual film, but there is of Saxon if that makes sense. Sachs's is the really entrusted way as new. This trying to capture people need. Multiple Trick, the boys into get naked. So it's not just hen you debate site literally everybody's nudity which already loved because it's like equal opportunities in that respect but the just the way sexy used as Paul of this. We saw childish pay thing that they've got going on. He's really interesting. I really liked the way he extends that idea replay play acting out of of changing identities playing with identity to the sense of gender fluidity is is. The exceptional I think in this period in Czechoslovakia and. It seems like Rick and. Andrea have a romantic relationship in a way that will kiss each other and it's going said the beginning in that Baugh they seem to be in a gay bar. Don't not guys I called the beach boys and he psych right are you a boy or girl? It really doesn't matter and the way that Martha's Harris Really. Shore. Autism and Georgia's. One of the things that you already know when he comes across the pregnant is a has grown. Oh, you're hashbrowns. She's become move convinced like she looks more like a conventional woman. She's called the head scarf on the long Ha- whereas when you one of the things that I really love to buy when you first meet martyr, she's like experience Georgina she still very sexual, but she's very androgynous scopes really show Hash you as a uniform ball he wakes up next door and says, you're girl I must have drunk a lot. This great it. Yeah. That's just bizarre because I I've come across really nothing else I think in in Czechoslovaks Eddie Murphy's time the. Sort of comfortable with that I mean as the fact, not only that he includes that. That I guess gay, Borrow, Gay, party but he doesn't seem to make a judgment on as filmmaker. It's really just It's just part of the you know the playfulness embrace of different identities and he's he's fine with an. A really unusual element I think talking about the cameras stuff to there's seeing that happens right around that point after he wakes up with Marta, we're it's York and Andre and they're at some sort of a party or wedding or something. There were these two girls there and the running naked through the forest and new. York says that they don't mind being new but they don't want to have their picture taken because I. Think it might be one of those like they. Their. Their religion prevents them from having their picture taken or something I was like, okay this is interesting. Yes. That kind of charging. Bull would moving camera style. That's really I think Distinctive technique of Yakobus ghost films. It doesn't get quite as much play I. Think in this film is in his previous one, but that's definitely something that he was into that kind of. Yet of convulsive kind of moving camera. Say. Suddenly, I wanted to bring up from the interview enclosed films. And he talks about film is a collective are, and you can definitely feel that energy this is very much like an all. Standing at the top, but it's very, it's almost feels like this weed. So of Bohemia maimed facts size with all these all t people getting together in stripping all. and talking about all in politics it's like totally go that vibe, which is quite innocent. He told about when he would on the seeding on, he says, she makes a film as if she will buying a hat, a magnificent ceremony foot of Atkinson Feminine Cleverness and all the while she's suffering an awhile the hat she bought doesn't appeal to anymore right there a start of storytelling images and it's interesting how he saw story making storytelling this kind of organic process even for himself but not star in with the script to eighty to our ideas which to go back to what we were saying any explicitly possibly. Relates to him. Then bringing in all the sixty eight stuff 'cause it's almost as if he was just stall in with the concept. And then just sort of you know like heated a very was also very organic. Of Glow going with the flow and seeing what we could bring into it, which are find another I think is something that stands out in it'll Czechoslovakian films of that period. They win afraid to just experiment. They would just kind of go in. You know with an idea and they would literally just kind of. No Tony make up on the spot, but you do get the sense of the creative energy with with a low of the checkers out. But with this one is specially does feel like you can just feel. That they would develop in this is they went along and prompt site in contract in a parallel to the film plane themselves. Pray acting in. So of doing doing what the characters Redo, it's worth not when you look at like production stills of the film that I mean Yakobus go and the cinematographers old maxine to be dressed the same way as the characters and south look the production photos it. It's hard to see the crew and the actors begin and I think that what you said I think very much not choose what I've read and understood about the the the process of making I think that Yacob Bisco did say that basically the script that he was ready justice sach guidelines for what he made and. I think according to Ajaria? Who Plays Mart she said that. He was quite careful with quite organized in terms of the visual side. So I think like the setup with very. Catholic planned out but in terms of the acting on the dialogue he kind of would would basically allow them to kind of play out variations on on the scenes, and then he would just keep them kind of the lines and things and does. So there was a lot of improvisation I. Think in terms of the dialogue and the acting I, like to that they are looking right at the new wave and the whole scene where they run across that big pile of film stock is wild. And just covering themselves, they look like there's some sort of creatures shambling through just covered with film. It took me a little while to figure out that it was film for whatever reason I thought was ribbon at first until they started holding it up and I could see the images on it and then setting fire to it is just like see later new wave we're into even something newer now and again yet that's really exceptional isn't it? I think to make direct reference to the new way by. Any other film actually mentions the new wave in that explicit way and I also kind of crude poem because urinating on he's also the wave of your and I guess also you can say without fantastic what was about to happen where I mean this is made in sixty nine whether still is Still is a large amount of freedom. Things have not ready kind of turned yet and. The sort of new system, it not really established itself but I think filmmakers were aware that soon. Things are GONNA stop to be bombed. So. I think. He's almost looking ahead to the destruction of that whole kind of cinema and. I I love that sequence on the ice as well. I think that's the already. Sequence where they They act out the different sort of movie studio logos down that they do mgm. I think he's MGM Rank Must Film on Columbia those full, day they. Imitate on I'm not sure what that saying by that's Abou- Attack Angle making fun out the kind of dominant institutions of sending the or whether it's just part of his playful can have homage to to move is the problem when ram playing the piano and stuff is this real sort of classic Hollywood slapstick Volley Patil Israel, which is an and the music that goes along with that wonderful music will the score this is just incredible anyway but. They've called that. So of real sore slapstick. So thing in their out tonight, these kinds and it just. Seems like he does bring in these other little hot tips tea at the of cinema. The you know you don't necessarily seem many new wave films. Says another thing that stood out to the idea of the climb, but in a systematic way. Does have a specific convention it comes off Hollywood. Films that very close to is another Slovak. Film from the Scientific Cold Party in the botanical garden, which I think really does away real discovery on that's model is still almost like a companion piece to this lawn I think can also actually stars usually secure in the main roles. So it's very closely connected to that. What you said about the kind of homages to reminds me the fact that at the beginning of policy in the botanical garden, you have a recreation of the brothers film about the train. So I think that must have been something that was in there in Lubbock here at the time this kind of interesting in silent or early cinema I feel really terrible actually because. A confession to make but I remember when you you Recommended this film the Battalion Botanical Garden was the other one. You said I should check out so I go both of them and I watched this one and the other one got stashed away on a hard drive, which ironically I found by accident about a week ago and so oh Christ I haven't watched this year. I should watch it before the episode and didn't get time but I'm definitely GonNa fade that went in because I've seen still shred. And it just looks asked wonderful tonight rages is this one and just seeing the pages on Oh God I do need see that. So I'm going to schedule Latin very soon. It's gorgeous. It's almost like kind of a nice antidote to the ending of this film in the die is a much more kind of positive uplifting experience and I think what's telling for me in terms of the kind of motif flight is that Party in the botanic cookout knowles also is very interested in flying as a metaphor I think the. Difference is that he embeds often some fills characters don't really managed to get off the ground or what actually happens is that they tend to fall or plummet whereas in touch in the botanical garden at the end of the characters do actually fly. So I think that to me tells us a lot about the differences I think between these two films. This film is all about the failure of flights in a way which again I guess relates to the Stefanik who of course died in a plane crash so I think that. Said something about this, you know the the idea that flight to all United States senators about as. An ambition it's an ideal to be able to fly to to escape, but it doesn't tend to succeed. Mugabe will tell you and it's not a bird. Walk. I wanted to talk about that bazaar scene. When you're gets arrested, I mean what is going on there? This is just wild that the is he taking a bullet for the other two are they? Doing something wrong or is it just this fear of cops? All this happen to them is that they run out of patras listener and the car is stopped. You do see that weird I think he's like a grenade launchers or some kind of weapon that monetary is holding which comes out no way but I think that's after the call after the police have already come out. So it's not Really clear. They've done to attract the attention if the police maybe the just the thought that dressed widdly that they're in this I think what looks like a Cadillac tomato like some big American. Cau- probably could just be that they look bit freaky in Slovakia in nineteen, sixty nine. But yeah, it is strange that he just immediately assumes they're GONNA get into trouble when he's GonNa take the blame for it. To go back to Mike, said about the see mine though he kind of reminds me that in not way because the police are oh either we'll just stop in order take over your life and question you and it has a similar sort of. Anti Establishment. So avoid been not way although it to the culturally was very different. Than Survive Kia but the dot, you said like a of the police or thority the. Thought sort of almost paranoia that it's not good to be stopped by even doing anything thing seat of mom definitely house out same vibe and it tends to popper in the low around sixty, eight, sixty nine even in America and Britain there was becoming. A growing source suspicion. Any sobar authorities and law enforcement and stuff, and of course, you've seen it all of protesters while which Kinda powerhouse to what we're experiencing. Now, it's just that sense of kind of omnipresent threat on violence and persecution sort of surrounded the characters will times like it's natural that the police would just be another element of that and one of the other kind of weird omnipresent presences in the film is the the nuns which I think is ready with half the nuns who usually I think male actors out Bay in non costumes, and even in the climactic scene of the murder, there is none outside shooting I think might you said it's like a flag on. Vigilante Nans like Whoa is his space marauding nuns yet, and the way that is cross cut is very purposeful I mean the film that you have to be sky today Swan. Which is called C. Hell my friends is all about this group of characters who actually David similar thing to the characters in this film in that they try to escape. From, the world and live this kind of very bahim in live but keep being kind of. And basically harassed by this pair of. Thirty, two. Nuns who kind of always trying to get them to come and at read our, I think the political symbolism in in that light to them it's not very subtle but I think. In in that film it clearly like Coal presence with this implicit kind of about communism. So maybe there's a similar intention here I think but then I won't choose on the nuns that did the wayside watching. We talked a little bit about the landlord slash full slash old man character. There's another character in this movie that we haven't mentioned, which is this red headed woman that is in your life that he seems to escape to every once in a while and when he sees her at one point he's putting apples around her naked body and I was struggling trying to figure. Out If that was a a memory of that was happening currently, and then there's a moment when she takes him in and introduces him to her two children and that seems kind of sour the relationship kind of like Marta being pregnant but I was just like this interesting thing that he's got this a Catholic woman on the side Kennedy thing because it seemed like there were romantically involved. Yes she is really interesting. She's like a mature character like she's a mother and it goes back to what I was saying about the Pagan Ataman sentencings without women. Could have come out of the wicked mom especially symbolism with apple's naked bodies and babies and. You know just all kind of fatility staff and I think, Yaqoob, iskoe. So said, the film was partly sort of statement against commitment and your accent in the house commitment issues. If you call that he will try and so of escape and but at the same time, it keeps getting drawn back is out to these women and so it's interesting what it says about him as a character and when you look at them in the relationship you so of located in the more traditional way but then when you stop to think about it you. Is No she that like you said Jewison GM NERI's. Certain aspects of, but then he's no are either saw everything else kinda double and triple meaning. So. Yeah, it's like he's interested in this woman, but he caught handle the cades like. Know. you don't see Hassen anymore or anything so. It's a strange. You know besides Iraq that he always wants to be a child you know having babies means you have to be the parent doesn't `ambiguities net he's putting the apples around the redhead and then I found it interesting. You mentioned fruits paradise in this whole thing and and I find it interesting that when he's Smarter at one point I, don't think we necessarily see the stabbing. We see the blood on the stick that he's holding, and then he takes a bite of an apple again before he covers himself up with a sheet and proceeds staffer even more. So that's like Okay Yeah to within twenty minutes. This is very interesting. Okay. Eat a huge play of Spaghetti. Out Maybe he's a foreign. Interests needs what when he stops there is like a vampire steak is no even with a naive. It's like a it's like the sword thing. You would see a hammer film from this period it's like it's horrible. Wouldn't stay which you would imagine would be weedy painful is well, he's not just killing her he's killing the unborn child to which makes it maybe even a little Manson family ask to do he. Goes through my mind and of course, it's the same year. Isn't it as well? which is kind of UNCANNY. Before rafter though I didn't WanNa bring I think case I was like reaching. Something that kid to me. Straight away it's like you know the in I think it was after because the Manson, the tate labianca murders at think ritualized sixty nine. Is still is harrowing the fact that you know any guests this. Note just a knife but something that will actually impale Roy through her. And the child which is just is just horrific, but it also feels really side for both of. which is something that you don't like Germany when you get violence in film might. Assaults spins lever. He's Chadha Sin. He'll be a bit of a psychopath you kind of hate the guy in you feel really sorry for the women. Initially feel sorry for all of them like even Yorick, he just feel sorry for for every single one of them which is. Really exceptional in really difficult today. So I wouldn't say your at WHO's necessarily as sympathetic character, but there's something endearing about him all the saying no, I like all three of these people. If there's one person I didn't like that much of his Andrei just because he's kind of A. Milk Toast that that he kills the unborn child as well. I think suggested the murder of the future isn't it or the recognition off the death of future ideals? Oh, totally totally because. It just seem if if children to the whole thing and you've got over abundance of children fatility, you know with the apples and the other the red Hat lady I don't know the actress who played the but the fact that she's over seabury first title is while and just society repetitive these very pagan. So sensitivity and it all ends in that room and then it's interesting. The Spaghetti's is just very blonde slightly pipe very bland spaghetti and it just seems very symbolic is to that makes before it's overabundance of children and bright cutted free and fresh fish, and then he sits down and he just eats this. Very, Blam, Mayo. The faded in film really fascinates but in particular field in check film because I know ask the chrome of uses food. In a lot of all things that she collaborated on my feed, she's in a very specific way daisies a Houston Paradise Oviously and you've got oranges in nine an apples in not which he then seen bids olefins falls. And it seems to recur across Denison Combat Uva and I just find it we in particular fascinating how they use it in the new wave because it seems to be a thing that crops up time and time again, eating food meals the Richard of eating the fruit appears, hey, Aaron everywhere Yoshinaga about using food a lot as well and Yeah I guess to some things you can do with it on the because I can relate to ideas about ceremonies and so you can give the political dimension and you can talk about moral or. Social Codes. Pay. Food has kind of physicality to it. So I think you can connect to the day the interesting sexuality and it's Kinda endlessly, endlessly valuable in interesting motif is. None of the food I think in check film look particularly appetizing. It doesn't do any. So it's like Kinda grotesque food but still fastened I mean even something like the report on the part in the gas, which is all about you know uses. The conventions of a dinner party to make his soul political allegory of way you said and don't say in who sits in won't table on how you e in how you dressing? Yeah. Just seems to be saying that I've no extend 'cause. I, love feet in films anyway. But I just know. It seems very dominant in the chat new wave. I think a big part of surrealism as well. I think burn. Well, he's quite interested in dinner tables as well as he and I'm thinking about that image of Dali that we see where I think we see Dolly where the woman kind of like spread out on a table and I feel the same with the with the red headed woman with the apples. He's almost like a an attempt to imitate that age and the two images run together in my head actually. So I always tend to forget where they occur. So when we do see the scene of the red headed woman on the table. Like, you said Mike I tend to forget whether that is something we've already see whether that's a flashback to an alias sequence but I think that is the first time we see it at the end, but it does seem like something we've seen before but I think maybe because of that image of Dolly, crops Palea I, think that the woman played Marta was also market. Yeah, yeah she's talking we talked about this. When we did that Marquette Lacerra episodes, it seems like five hundred years ago. Now she is what didn't sheep account a politician in the end She is wonderful. I'm not going to attempt to pronounce the name because it's terrifying go the all. But she she took into paganism marquette allows our a river as well is an another film that's the interesting things about pagans and sexuality and being, wild, and of course, Sarah Solta tied to animals. But Yeah she she's fantastic. A think like we've set up in terms of the scrambling of timeframes. I mean there is a sense in which they seem to be taking place at like a daily. At time period I think there's a lot of. Visual motifs that recall like Bosch. Oh. I think one of the reference points as they book ship Fools I think that your Illustrations with the fools hats and so I think he's always playing with that sense time periods. So they still seem to in some ways to belong to a daily at time period and. He does not going a few of his films ready. I. Think where you feel that you know you could be watching like Medieval Villa Jura, village in the nineteenth century, and certainly you'll see like a car you'll see helicopters anything on. This is actually Times and he's just using these kind of older sort of busy will references I love movies like that where they are just so completely out of time and and the ad though those things will throw you. It's like when suddenly there's a VCR in Edward SCISSORHANDS and you're like, wait a second. In. The costumes. Why are these are these people I? AM. I know. Does confessed that he wears and then like. Soviet. Has and. They could either be here or there could be something from what Slovak. Rural Rhode Costumes. So again, it's not merging together why you don't know where the Ashbury carnaby street look star wettest instead of the Slovak outfit and you know it's kind of like playing I read similar is film described as sort of like magical realism. Now, I haven't seen a lot of his films. I. Think just because I find them. Really. Difficult to get hold off and it's something I. Really. WanNa, find more of his films because he's interesting when I've seen no, no of people like is the battery one which I wrote about I go of Dalton's book and as it presents his office historical. The is so goes most of the factual side of battery in politics and all this but that all scenes not film that seemed to slip into this weird fantasy, the sort of magical world the. Conflict with this I'm going to tell the tree historical story of contests battery, and this isn't a horror film and is wonderful when it crops out I? Know it really annoyed. So the historical people. And I think at one point he apps bathroom avenue and affair with CRAVAT. which she's like thing happened. It's like, yeah just decided at the his films finale obey the I've seen and I've seen dessert is in the know, say they seem to take Peyton this magical realist universe where anything is possible people can just ten they say so blown to anywhere and everywhere and I really thought. I. Think Bids Orphans enforces such a magical film in that respect because it eased slightly total universe wear place who these people were if they come from the draft slightly been. Thrift shop just picking up random autumn's more different areas in its start. You comedy pastes them anywhere but then you have these very specific real references to the real world. So it's like he saying you know this magical world exists inside our world, which is, is I think one of the powerful think to go back to what you said Jonathan by building high with inside Jay is it's almost like it's you know you can build this magical world inside our world. Yes. Celebrity thing about the film. I love films that have kind of world within world I. Think they still almost one third because you the house itself as like a world within a world, and then later on after York has come back from prison, they built like another little half within the house. So it's like A. World within a world and it's the sense of kind of like spacey's within spaces and yes, I love anything like that as well. again, I think part of the kind of contradictoriness and the sort of illogic they use of space and you have that God and as well. Don't even the tree inside the house as well to me almost relates to what he says at the beginning of what the what the narrator says about. Life being sobbed but not completely sad on. It's always about this embrace of contradiction where you can say one thing is true but then you can turn around will say actually no, it's not the opposite is true and I think there's a lot of references in the film to things becoming the opposite and to me I think the way he used. Space is kind of a waste of visualize that idea that you know. We can have contradictions. We can have this space that is inside, but it's also outside and so to me I, think that's almost like the space like a metaphor for his approach to narrative his approach to represent patient where you can hold two contradictory statements together sequence I really like. Is the scene in the countryside where they go to the countryside and. To, me I think that's interesting because that was I think like a cliche really have a lot of socialist realist communist style filmmaking where characters would go to the country and they would meet with you know the ordinary people. Shepherds or the Labor is in farms and that would kind of like regenerate. Then that would give them this kind of new outlook and he's almost like the characters kind of play out their own version of that I think they go inside a few times. One is when they're chasing those women through the forest. There's the when he gets arrested in this one in between the house where they go to that monument and I had to look it up that it's the the monument to the Slovak. National Uprising of nineteen, forty, four, which I found you know super again loaded with symbolism to what are we doing at this particular place with the Slovak flag and talking about how we're all orphans seemed like a luckily not being a Slovakian I. wasn't getting hit over the head with what's the real meaning but I definitely was picking up like there's a lot of stuff going on in the scene. Yes. I mean I think the a lot of the references to Stefanik as well as quite interesting I think the Kinda makes of I, want to make feelings they represent I mean I don't think that Yacob disco was kind of mocking Stefanik mocking the kind of national mythology. There's that line yard says where he says, you know people need heroes I. Think there is the idea that defining did represent some promise that was not fulfilled. There are lots of conspiracy theories about phonics death I mean define it was basically one of the. Architects of the founding figures of the checkers back state in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen with a mastery can banish who by check, and so there are conspiracy theories that mass orrick was Sr that Stefanik was killed by. Check ministers because he was holding out base. Poverty more independent, more independent Slovakia. So I, think you know you can relate to phonics death to this sense of unfulfilled promises of independence for the nation. So I think. You could say Yacob Bisco I mean I think he's sympathetic to that extent in that it represents a failed promises but I think at the same time there is also some. I think Gentle Mockery of national mythologies and if the white people cling to these past heroes and. Is Interesting thing that you also see that slow back parties and fight to who is still fighting the war and I think he's like this. He's like what the war's over yesterday has been for for twenty years and just like whatever, and he goes on with his machine gun and they usually old people they the people fighting sexy sends not moved on I think what one of the film I think is quite closely connected as the man who lies because I was just thinking that's all about the Slovak national uprising well and That's also kind of like spin on just as they says, and also very surrealist while in place with time and narrative and yeah, I didn't know that was his vacuum film until you pointed out Jonathan ages ago but I really love thought fell. Yet. Has US thought when not not then and then go back to it knowing it from the little the I know about vacuum films you can see the use of the the. And staffing eyesight definitely got that vibe. I think that Ego Lita, who is the the cinematographer on on this? Was a cinematographer from both upgrade a Slovak films, and apparently I think recrea- basically gave him a lot of freedom and I think by the time I made Eaton eat enough A. I think that basically was choosing like he was actually kind of creating a lot of the setups. regs let him play with the camera so I think I do. Not to kind of. Denigrate recreate all because I think he he has great visual sense himself but I think there's something about the camera work in both those films that I think is reminiscent of this film as well. I mean there's a lot of game playing in both of those films as well as the really in in man who lies there is this sort of Lineman's buffet game as well. Isn't that which is kind of a little bit creepy and yeah and they cypress playing with time and narrative because in. The very beginning of the film itself paces in this specific historical periods. But, then you have the main protagonist. Paper show neutral take nosy Boris or something is amiss and he's wearing sixties clothes, but he's supposed to be in there. So it does similar thing in bits oftens enforce where you comedy quite place people or they say that from somewhere but the what they wearing. OF INDICATES NOT ENTIRELY TRAE goes by different names doesn't. In Different names and then he tells people different stories. He don't know ever. You'll see in a flashback or by Aura. Yeah. So much pray in Iran dinner in that film. All right. Let's go ahead and take a break and we're GONNA play preview for next week's show how to continue a television series after a major actor has left the cost. Part three, the doctor who Give the character the ability to complete Yalta. And this played by any Beta back to. This also leads the character evolve into suitable form for any given audience. The more about shot section television listen to the British invaders podcasts, www dot British invaders dot com. 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Neymar updates Madrid to include Vinicius in potential deal.
"<music> i love that welcome back to the real madrid podcast as we had into this final week of the european transfer window with media all over europe and in fact the world in in full speculation mode as they try to second guess autobody the app come over in particular the some longest running transfers saga notably name amo will he stay. Will he go if he does go. Where will he go. So from the french capital at the moment offers received so far they say from row madrid combust selena andy events have all been rejected although this morning reports suggesting that bustle and will return midday today with a bit of a ran a hundred great and seventy million but this remains significantly less than p._s. Fees valuations that is unlikely to be accepted as secondly various french media <music> over the weekend had been reporting on improving dialogue between plan and club which could point to him remaining in paris this season of remember next next summer is released does dropped significantly and it could bring into play a number of clubs who'd like to take him previously could not afford the transfer fee ninety his front cover all the latest edition of france football magazine which is add this week. The headline alongside says neymar or a disaster career red. They say that a stalled an image which is tarnished on my desk sectors two seasons the injuries the scandals off field at i've tried reading ooh of this you think that most clubs would actually run a mile as opposed to mortgaging themselves to within a whisker of solvency in order to get him but this as as they say is football normal rules simply do not apply to life in this world have a gain told madrid that they are all including any players in any potential deal with cash to try and sent them into selling neymar to them then it is venecia's or nothing now on three occasions. This has been to doubt boscell and are still very much in the hunt. Dr resigned neymar rail madrid are now going to reconsider consider this stance and it said that resolve he has been broken. Yatra dig a little deeper here and look further into some of the media coverage over the last few days. He's one of the other debates beginning to rage his own venecia's and what is it exactly happen to the exuberant. If slightly naive play who was the only flickering light of redemption for a team in its dacas thousand the lead up to salaries exit sedan taking over there is now a fear of that is confidence is slowly beginning to be eroded by coach with mixed messages coming his way from hint and of course he loves seeing the steady stream of columns in the media over the last last month. Also highlighting alleged views of z dan on a player venecia's who he is said to believe simply isn't good enough for route madrid at this mamat. All of this of course is potential music to the ears of thomas took all over its p._s._g. Would love to see venecia's arrival on the back think of a name our exit now. There'd be no indications on the player himself has to his preferred choice of destination beit madrid or indeed indeed boss learner that was until yesterday when those looking for a sign solar neymar at himself added a light to two photographs are uploaded to instagram instagram from brisbane and roberto the players themselves continue to be questioned about a potential neymar arrival sergio ramos student entity stray trey from a diplomatic name is one of the top three players in the world. He said <hes> raoul however when he was cornered and asked didn't even want to talk about neymar outside that onto the weekend with vialli would have been eighteen gold schooled by madrid in the last six meetings with violating few games as your gonzales team much <unk> hope here but in a game which madrid dominate their failure to school more than one goal despite having sixty six percent of the possession and creating twenty two chances his was worrying to say the least and the return of eden has simply cannot come quick enough for sedan the numbers then will just fall of twenty two attempts on goal cold will on target <hes> birth gareth bale and hamas rigas back in the side for the first time at burnaby since may of seventeen in rodriguez casey had plenty dave attendance full for hamas rodriguez six for gareth bale to those on target <hes> benza the other who had two shots on target he accosts scored goal as well not bales certainly up to his contribution overrule in the opening two games of this season as well as the six shaughnessy made six runs it opposition position plays he won five of those and he managed to put an eight crosses picking at a madrid play on three of those eight was more than anybody else marcello an kalahal each provided seven crosses and his passing statistics were pretty good as well forty-two process he made in the game thirty eight of those were successful successful older no very easy to see why his performances in the opening two games of actually drawn praise froms dan as f- a cruise sola ball more than anybody else eighty-eight passes today accuracy never an issue with him eighty-six finding a teammate those dan was critical of his involvement in in what led to the equalizing goal he did make five key posses though the most gain of anybody today one more than iskoe and kaba hall and again it isn't justice short passing either ten of the twelve long bulbs replayed actually found an apparent onto casamayor. He was as engaged aged as ever twenty three one on ones for him today and that was double of anybody else he won. Thirteen of those e also will more bulls in the than anybody else at their today in the back four same stories usual guy with ramos winning madrid possession in the defensive third on nine occasions four times in the midfield third. I'm talking about winning the ball in midfield. It was iskoe's day. He won position more awful madrid in midfield winning double the amount of bulls there than anybody else with eight. I'm finally the one who lost possession overall. Today was marcelo asset this season at four different assist providers full of four goals scored ben zimmer remains the most dependable in terms of attempts on goal still averaging averaging the most shots off to two games four and a half shots per game ahead of gareth bale and hamas rodriguez both on four next step is villa royale alawite. Not an easy game at all should be goals there. They've scored five and concede six so far this season and they've got a real physical elements to their game game as well. They've racked up five yellow cards already so the reaction often match then to that drew fifty the attendance sixty three thousand thirty seven was very high considering that it's holiday month in spain significantly higher than the forty eight thousand three hundred lost years the fans prepare for this new era or is it a new era quick perusal of that team that started you will find an incredible nine of the eleven who began on saturday were to madrid in two thousand fourteen twenty fifty coo trois and casimiro. The only ones who weren't has rigas got a fantastic evasion from the fans. I'm for the first time in one hundred twenty five days. Gareth male started a match. We'll optimize down revealed his disappointments that crews do not noughts deal with the situation that led to the golovaty lead. There was a modicum of praise for hamas rodriguez. I'm as he said was good today and you couldn't hi hammers rodriguez enthusiasm. He was quoted as saying after a lengthy time. I return to the bernabeu. It is an incredible sensation for me. I want to thank thank everybody for their love and affection toward me and i will continue to work and improve ramos speaking about the drool said it hurts today because it was the first game that we wanted to play well and dedicate a victory to our fans. Today i think we played more with our hearts that we did god heads for madrid player. Miata vich is being highly critical in the press as well over the last twenty four hours about the teams remodeling over the the summer. He said if the team stays as it is. I think we can compete but we cannot be optimistic and think that we are the best as i say we will compete beat but i think others are better than we are. The midfield he said looks lame. The only player that can make a difference here is has our ally very surprised decide to see the bail is now indispensable understand way that gareth bale for the moment many see this bill situation as being the most surprising of the entire summer now remember. He is always said that he wanted to stay and he would stay and he's agent commented about the relationship with z. Dom by saying that he's never had a relationship with him. Then can the comments from zip down on bail play. He said it would be best rule if he left then can comments over the weekend again where he said the only thing that's changed is that the player wants to stay. That is the most important thing we are now can't on him. He is a really important player for us on as has demonstrated that in the first two games he has to continue to play like this but many though this is far from a vote of confidence from sudan more more the view of somebody who is beginning to lose focus on what he was trying to achieve when he first came back and with that in minded sir no surprise either the face of jersey marino is beginning to appear again across media as z dan's return one subject the board board only feelings of joy and expectation is now being thought of as a potentially costly mistakes this for some is why any deal designed pokemon is still a way of becoming a reality but it's no forget the zoo. Dan has written at a many stool amendment before but after promising said on on his return the growing number of skeptics a watching closely and that just about wraps it up for today remember to catch up with all of the previous episodes of the ramadorai podcast head to the website at w._w._w. Dot rail madrid podcast dot com or you can follow us on itunes google stitcher spotify plus all of the major agent platforms. We will be back later in the week with an update as we look ahead to villarroel and the conclusion of all of the summers transfers till van and from tim cable bye-bye now.
How an Austrian ski resort became the centre of Europes Covid-19 outbreak
"Today. How a luxury ski resort became the Center of Europe's covert outbreak. I mean, what was that? What was the sal what the appeal of going to a show? Well, it was firstly the it's It's a really good ski area by all accounts, the outages incredible place and going out with a good bunch lots and having a few drinks with was appealing expected it to be full of forty to fifty year olds look sort of going out and being children for for a few days. and actually that was pretty much what I would i. So I arrive. This is nine Melinda from. Hampshire. Back in March he was looking forward to hitting the Austrian slips for Yeezy break with his mates in the resort of ischgl. Were you thinking about Corona virus before un Of course, by actually double checks, the the Foreign Office advice on on travel before going at that point in time the Italian situation was brewing and starting to go in an exponential way. But I took the view that since there was no apparent news or warnings about traveling to to Austria that that it would be a relatively safe bet how wrong I was. What happened to Nigel and thousands of other Finnish go have led to them bringing a class action lawsuit against the Austrian government. From the, Guardian I'm Rachel Humphries. Today in focus was a ski resort Europe's covert Ground Zero. But it tell me about a school what visitors expect when they go that. Skill is a very popular ski resort for many reasons. One is that the snow is reliably powdery. They're all the away from November through to May Philip ultimately as the Guardians. Berlin bureau chief. It's very compact. Don't need a car to get around. Forty five state of the Art Ski Lifts Three of which take you directly from the edge of town up to the mountain, and then one of the other features that make ischgl sort of place it is all the Apres ski balls, which are I think a lot of people go there. They are sort of wooden huts where you can get beer. Rounds of Yoga mice, two shots, and there's very loud music. You're a pop schlager as they. People sometimes for Makanga and sometimes leave one and go along to the next depending on how many acres shot Steve. Harvey. Presumably. Yeah. Yeah. So it's it's to real reputation has ever being a party resort. Some people, call it. The IB on is I think it's worth saying it's it's not a it's not necessarily a trashy sort of place because it's also quite a luxury tourist destination that some bars the only serve champagne, and so it's the sort of place where you need to have a bit of cashing pockets to to go on holiday there. When did the knees the virus? Spreading in the typical region emerge. The moment that fiscal should've realized that something was up and the moment at which perhaps authorities should have started to act was the fourth of March at eleven forty five, one of the hotels in the city received an email. From Icelandic tourist, a woman who's been skinc trip to Google the week before. And she told the hotel management but she had. been tested positive for covid nineteen. This woman had been part of a group of skiers who Were doctors so that all been quite aware of the virus and the symptoms and the risks. So as well as informing this individual hotel shortly before midnight, Iceland's top health authority also sent a message to its counterpart and Vienna to tell them. They thought that it was possible if not likely that this person had called the virus in iskoe. The next morning Iceland officially declared Iskoe a high risk destination. So it was in the same category at that point is Wuhan and Iran so Iceland would taking this very seriously but what about your thirties responsible for the region in terrible? For reasons. We do not entirely. No. Authorities in the terror region. Ended up deciding on the fifth of March that this wasn't. A big threat, the state's medical director that afternoon put out a statement in which he said was very probable. That is landing tourists who had cool. The virus had done. So on the plane from Munich to Reykjavik and not in iskoe, this was based on. Half sentence really in that email that was sent to the hotel. Tour said that she had heard that been informed by the airline that that was one tourist from Italy on the plane was also positive with covid nineteen. So on Saturday the seventh of Notch Saturdays other turnover day stuff's at the hotels they changed the bedding, clean the rooms and checked in another group of guests for for another week. A barkeeper at a bar code kits law, which is the same bar where a couple of Icelandic tourist not spent time on that trip tested positive becoming the first confirmed case of Covid nineteen, thousand ischgl itself. But on the Sunday, the health authorities still insisted that they thought it was. Unlikely from a medical perspective. That the virus could have been transferred from the staff at the bar to tourists. That theory. Didn't survive for very long because by the Monday the ninth of March. It was confirmed that fifteen people had been in contact with that back you but also supposed to. Okay. So now the virus is in the resort and in the places where everyone gathers, which is the bars. Did authorities. Interpol. Now start reacting differently. We know from text messages that were later leak to Austrian blog that just minutes after breaking news a pair in Australia that it wasn't just one isolated page, the owner of the bar where that bombing worked received a text message from very senior authority in the tail. Region. From the deputy head of the Chamber of Commerce there also a spokesman for the cable car writers and a member of Australia governing. Party the Austrian People's Party. This text message said, please shut down your kids bar assumes possible or you will be to blame for the end of the season in Iskoe and possibly terro. The entire country watching your bar is sent in a second text message sent a couple of minutes later. And did the best shot. Kids locked did shut its doors by six PM. And Really, you would have expected that the other buzz in the area also shut their doors. That wasn't the case we know from a videos taken a mobile phones but also I know from talking to people who was at that while that was an order to close the oppresses ski. On Tuesday attempts much wasn't yet policed. Nigel you arrived in issue on Tuesday the tenth of March. What did you do I? Why did you go? checked into the hotel very nice little hotel and. SET The dog meat bill down in this bar. It's four o'clock four thirty something like that said our evening when I got there there was no sense at all that people were worried about the virus no retool. TIPTOP at the bar. The place was busy as per any ski resort suggest as as the closing down. The. You didn't know that eight ast other bars to close. You know all felt quite safe. I had no idea that that actually the by that I went to wasn't even supposed to be open. Clearly the virus was spreading why didn't they decide to close are more of the resort is point do you think it's remembering? This was this was at an early stage when? We didn't know that much of a high virus bread and in other parts in in those days, they did just shut down venues Ravin all the bars in in the city or country that point. We can speculate that maybe there were other reasons why with authorities wanted to keep the resort as open as I've been for as long as possible the cable 'cause in particular are really key to not just to iskoe but the entire region we know the every third era material comes directly interest from tourism mainly from visitors from Germany Italy. Spend around a point four, billion euros every year. So Nigel arrives six days after Iceland raised the alarm about potential covert cases in the resort. But most of the because a still open, what next the next day police began to enforce the ban on the APP risky buzz. But the social life and the nightlife issue didn't come to a complete standstill either we know that restaurants stayed open some hotel byles stayed open on the Wednesday and Thursdays and the ski lifts continued to to carry a people up the mountain. At. What point then did the resort actually realize it had to close down completely So it all came to an end at two PM on Friday the thirteenth of March when the Austrian Chancellor Sebastian. Coats. Held a press conference in Vienna is the here does put snow. Owned Sankt Anton. Otto Beck. On talk about Anthony. State. announced the entire a pass. Now, the valley which schools goes based would be guaranteed with. Immediate effect and tourists were advised to leave valley speedily. I got a phone call from the young lady at the hotel. And, she said Misdemeanor I'm afraid you can have to come back here as quickly as possible and leave this point they were. Austrian police cars appearing on the road masked up policeman basically checkpoints on the road. For Nigel this is one events began to play out like about disaster movie. Thousands of panicking tourists were rushing to lead the valley at the same time. Roads became blocked and taxis were full. He got back to his hotel as fast as he could packed his bag a made for a bus, stop the bus arrived, and by that time the probably another ten or twelve people. Who arrived with all their suitcases so we will pile them on onto the bus. He pretty crammed on a wasn't at that point in time, but it became more so as we go down into issued. By this time we will almost standing traffic. It was moving at a snail's pace. It was just one long tailback traffic. How long was that journey for me? It was eight and a half hours and how long should it have taken about forty minutes? Did it ever cross your mind that someone on the bus could be infected? Yes, it it did but we had no option. If, it wasn't already a pretty ideal environment for covid nineteen. It certainly was on the afternoon. Friday. At the thirteen's when people were locked into close spaces trying to get out the valley. Knowing what we know now about how easily this virus spreads. I'm just sort of imagining all these tourists cramming on buses and heading all over the world. We know where they were returning to just to sort of give a picture of where these people were going people from at least forty seven countries were in Iskoe over that period almost every country in Europe particularly northern Europe particularly Germany Denmark and the Netherlands also from Cambodia from Zimbabwe and a lot of work from Britain. Night a when. T. realize you ill. I. Think it was. Probably. On the bus actually but I wasn't sure whether it was A. Culmination of the fact that in a with. A few Biz and and skiing and unite being tied at Etcetera. But some I didn't feel. A hundred percent I didn't. I can't say that I that I felt ill. Wasn't coughing or had any other. Major symptoms I just felt a little bit under the weather. When did that change? When did you'll? You'll symptoms change? We had managed to book a hotel in Landeck and we choked off to bed and I had. Mild sweats full year she this is probably just a little bit more than than than just being a a little bit tired and stressed the felt that. Possibly ended up being infected with it. When you landed in the U. K. what did did anyone ask you any questions or check? that. There was no screening or anything of that sort and that was when was that? That was the fifteenth. Fifteenth March. You'd had a very difficult journey home and you finally get back to your family, but you have to sell vice away. How did he fail and the days that followed? I'd actually like in like in this. Insidious nasty disease to a cat, the catches a mouse. It sort of announces its presence. It gets a hold of you. And then it let's go view just to make you think that actually getting better and that happened repeatedly I'm by the time we got the week of the twenty seventh it became difficult for me to breathe. My Wife's Ns Michelle. Came into the room. She's she sat at the bottom of the bed and she said, you're right. And I probably could. Get three or four words out before I had to stop. ANDRO breath. I said I'm okay. at and she looked at me sideways said type thing you are GonNa take this out of your hands and And paramedics arrived and and down into into the ambulance That was a fairly major moment I recall that. With a reasonable amount of emotion. Because walk in my house and I was actually one hundred percent sure whether owes be coming back. On my feet or during books. After this. Why Nigel has joined a Lucy against the Austrian government. Do we have any idea now how many people got coronavirus Jerry met at the result we don't have any official numbers from the Austrian state or the to region. How many people coke covid nineteen initial what we do have is a lawsuit that has been put together by lawyers in Australia. They've collected signatures for more than six thousand tourists from forty seven countries around the world. We know that at least twenty people who visit this goal in late February and early March later died of Covid nineteen say six thousand people apart of this law see. How are they going about bringing the complain. So this class action lawsuits being altogether by Australia's Federal Economic Anti Corruption Office and particular lawyer there who is called Pataca. And he has put together a complaint which urges the state prosecutor to examine why venues like the APP, risky bars, why shutdown satellite and the role that played allowing the virus to spread his. Criminal complaint now twenty one bar owners and local officials as potential suspects. But ultimately, that complained puts the blame at the door of the Austrian government and what's the colts to calculate export of the virus. They are planning to launch a test case. Later, this month to to see how the coats react whether they find that a vast government could be liable for what could be millions of euros in settlement compensation. The Australian Chancellor Sebastian Curve does not think there was a delayed response. When asked by German talk show hosts if he? Oh, the authorities in terror were to blame you he said. As Vegas Act Vamos here the took Communist. See Him what happened was that something was covered up. Then of course, it will be punished in Austria just as it would be in Germany. If the question is, did we act in time date and I can only say about us, we acted significantly faster the most of the European countries we had lockdown before Germany did. Look dumpy mouth is. But for Nigel, who was one of the tourists bringing the complaint is important to understand what went wrong in Chicago. I would want to give the benefit of the doubt. Given that we are in extraordinary time wherein extraordinary situation with this virus. However if considerations such as you know financial viability. Or making money if those considerations came first and and health and wellbeing and safety came second then that needs to be cooled out and you think that's what happened here. Having, read more about the time leading up to to what happened in ISCHGL. After, the fact about the Icelandic situation and and you know had I known the the Icelandic government told their citizens not to go to Bali because of this thing I think appropriate is seriously reconsidered with visited there. You know. Let's not forget. I mean on one of the one of the lucky ones that people have died because of this, you know some people didn't didn't get to see their loved ones again. The Ski Season Is Ju- To stop back up again soon. So what's GonNa Happen initial now? ischgl is fairly hopeful that things will be back to normal and to be fair I've spoken to a lot of tourists who say the skiing there so good the snow. So powdery I'm going to go back whatever happens. The less I think even though thirties are there where they have a problem school has become a by word for for mishandling of the pandemic really across. Europe. So they have a reputation reputation problem and as far as I can see that trying to. That really by becoming a slightly more high end sort of destination and that say they're gonNA be closed down there prescribe house a bit earlier. This has affected issues reputation as been described as the Ground Zero for Europe's cove outbreak is this fair? Issue has been called the. Covert Ground Zero of Europe, and that would slightly imply that them the virus actually had come out of this school. That's not the case we don't know how the virus actually got to. But I think what's Undeniably true is school turned out to be a key accelerator of the virus of that stage of the pandemic because manage to very efficiently catapult this virus all across Europe in a very short amount of time. That was Philip Holtman are Nigel melander. Read the full story of what happened initial out the GUARDIAN DOT COM. Today's episode was produced by Elizabeth. Casson and sound design was by Axel Katie. The executive producers on Co Jackson and Phil Not we'll be. Back tomorrow. 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S2. Ep.17 Squashing Beefs, Why Do People Avoid Opportunities? Thanking You The Essential Workers.
"Thank you for listening to this. Podcast on the TATTON HIS Co. Network. Welcome Ladies and gentlemen a Mercedes kind of sentimental luxury and trusting me to on the free. We also be sons. Al Bursts into in Anyang. What's up yards? He Boy Tana's thanks for listening to this podcast once again for checking us out your new and we're GONNA get into some shit today about squashing beefs because sometimes you just do for this ship man but sometimes you know things just ain't that easy all right so we've been gone for like a minute and I don't want people to think that I've quit the fucking show or anything like that. It's just you know I felt like with everything going on and I'm not going to get into the fucking whole thing because I feel like it's so unoriginal at this point everybody's talking about this shit and I think people need a break from this fucking hysteria bullshit. You know what I mean. It's cool to be all precautious and you know fuck informed. But here's the thing the reason not getting into it. Okay like we took time away from the show for a little bit because with everything going on honestly felt like people have more important shit going on than worrying about my opinion on things so I took time away. And I've put that time towards revamping TAXCO DOT COM and fucking. You know new products. Everything just revamped everything. So I've been busy just kind of giving people a bit of a break and but I was going to say we've been checking the analytics. You guys are showing much love. I get it because if you're being smart during this whole thing year staying at home you need something to do. So you've been catching on the show. Which is Great? Yeah it's definitely appreciated and I was. Kinda surprised by that. I thought people better fucking more important shift to do than worry about you. Know my shit but at the same time I guess. There's the need for entertainment. I guess at this point and he and like you said to the reason that we've been kind of not really gonNA go into detail with this. You need to escape like trust me. You go on facebook or wherever everywhere and trust me in the field I work in. I have to listen to it because it's part of my job so it's nice to escape that just you know relax and enjoy. Or here's the thing man if you want to hear about that crap there's all these platforms where you could get fucking more information than anything. I could offer you know expert on what's going on. I'm not a professional in that field. So there's more educational informative places like sources to get that information. This ain't it. I'm not an expert on it. I'm not going to try to be and discuss it. I feel like every fucking show is talking about this shit and I can't stand that yes me too just like I said again. I want to escape from it and it's like I actually. My mom yelled at me because at one point she did you hear about this with the latest. And I'm like no. She's like well. You need to be informed on Mike. I'm sick of it. It's messing with my mood. Nut and people trust me. You're getting very fucking cranky. Well you know the thing is man. It's for me from a show host perspective with every fucking show talking about it whereas the diversity It's not entertainment. People are coming to your show for entertainment and not fucking. They don't want to feel like they're listening to CNN. If they want that they'll go fucking find the channel and they'll watch it exactly so if you want legitimate sources saint it no. It's you know again. I don't have the the boots on the ground. Like you know these sources do so if you want updates on that and all the conspiracy theory bullshit and whatever then go find it you know at those sources but it's just not my field of expertise nor will I try to have an opinion on at all. Yeah but in terms of what's going on Tatton Iskoe again like a lot of new designs new product We have a promotional video. Now just to explain the brand and we've been working hard to expand our shipping to reach other countries in the world wide except rate. Now we've run into a snag. Where certain countries have closed their borders due to? What's going on so I totally understand that? Yeah but that means shipping to certain countries will be suspended until further notice. And when I get that notice we're back on will be Shipping everywhere. I've turned this fucking thing in from the ground up. Started this from the ground up four years ago and now we're worldwide. It's fucking great. I love that my company is now worldwide and of course timing is hilarious because the second I breached that fucking worldwide border We run into this snag of suspended ship. Unfortunately so essentially you know we could see much love from certain countries and one of them. You know being India. Yeah but unfortunately due to the laws right now. It's services suspended like being smart. They're being safe and that's great. I GIVE THEM A. I think it's funny. You know that the timing was the way that it was but you know we got a lot going on manning to start doing. Maybe some video podcasts. As well and You know fucking just kind of expand everything. It's been fun so far it's been a lot of work. It's been stressful. But it's also been rewarding so anyways the subject for today one of them. Anyway that I WANNA get into was a few weeks back. Maybe a month now time flies probably a network owner who love. He's a great dude. He's one of my boys from over in the UK. Hit me up one night and said look man this This beef going on between you in this other. Do fucking not going to say names because again as I've addressed before some people. Just try to use your name to kind of make a name for themselves and nine playing that Shit So he was like. I think we should like kind of Hash that out. And I'm talking to him on his video fucking alleged show or whatever the fuck he calls it is still like. I don't think getting drunk for four hours in a shed on fucking facebook live as a show. It's not content but okay Me and he's like I'm on the phone with them right now and I kind of pitched him the idea of getting you on a call and having y'all talk this out and fucking you know. Are you interested and it was like? Hey man you know i. I believe in communication if somebody's willing to man up in fucking talk about our differences or whatever so I did it and of course you know what? I'm saying Alex fucking Sake especially because he's a good dude. He doesn't like tension between people and he tries to moderate and squash beasts and shit so it got me thinking man like. Where do you draw the line at one point? You Know You. Kinda say enough is enough and I mean this dude. It was a waste of time. Because he fucking he just wanted attention on his fucking video. He wanted to talk shit whatever and continue to contradict himself saw. You don't Fuck it whenever I leave it alone at this point. I just let it die. I'm not going to give him any more attention. Because the soon as I stopped giving him attention people stopped paying attention to shit you know and I realized. Yeah this is someone that doesn't WanNa work for anything but they know who I am and they wanna make a name for themselves by using my fucking name and get me to pay attention to them so then it brings my people you know my followers to his shit and I'm like now I call him out on his own fucking video so they got me thinking like at what point do you just like pick your spots right in this industry. You have to be aware when somebody is doing. Just that and trying to make a name for themselves based on your success and using your name if they can get you to say their name they fucking just got themselves a lot of fucking wjm. You know what I'm saying and I wasn't about to do that shit now. And so do contradicted himself a whole bunch. He was clearly trying to get me rallied up but then trying to say I'm not trying to offend you or whatever it's just like no I know what you're trying to do. You know what I'm saying. And then this motherfucker is like are chucked out your your network and I gotta say man like you know. I'm not really impressed and I'm like well I'm not exactly wowed by your call center job either. I guess or even have fun at work on Monday. You down. This is what I do and you know so you teach their own. I guess You know I to me. I don't see anything like fuck in it. Eight man shit to try to offend somebody by attacking other people saying that this shows online network. Don't fuck in well him big deal. You know what I mean. So you're going to put down their hard work because you wanNA fuck and try to Razz me like fucking stupid. Men Immature so. I'm like you know what they're getting attention that year. Not So. Obviously it's just you know fucking sour grapes right is so I don't know what's your take on that bullshit you were there you saw. Yeah I was there. I witnessed it firsthand. I just think he's just not a mature person. Let's just leave it at that and the contradiction in that I unfortunately think it's his drinking problem rearing its head because maybe he's legit forgetting stuff that he said or he's embarrassed that's why look good say that into even though there's video proof and it was a live video. So here's the thing man like you talk shit about me because I said I call them out like he was totally fine with me kissing my ass all this time and then I called him out because he was trashing somebody and then he got all by her. He got all fucking offended because he got called out and of course he decides to run his mouth and I didn't say Shit but then at all hours of the morning this motherfuckers calling drunk calling on live video my boy over the UK and Fleck in different times different times those trying to wake him up and fuck in his wife talking about his kid and his wife fucking sand this that and the third about them. And that's when I was like. Oh Hell no now this becomes my beef because I don't play that Shit you don't talk about a man's wife and kid so that's when I stepped in. It's the loyalty in me. Man in the ghetto in me. As like I come from a place when you fuck it open your mouth and start talking about someone's family you better fucking be ready for. Shit to go down because that is inexcusable. Absolutely and we handle that shit you don't mean and so the thing is you know fucking said what I needed to say and I called him the fuck out and then I left it alone and it's funny because the whole got me thinking like I'm over that Bullshit. I wanted to say it's dead now. I left it at that. Yeah not giving him any more attention you know. And that's not the point of this show is to give him more attention at the point of this show really is to kind of get into like the way people are. People love drama. You know what I'm saying. But here's the thing is people will encourage the drama in the beef and then they'll criticize at the same time that you know what I'm saying but then if you are the mature person and say fucking letting it die or I'm squashing it or I'm talking out. They'll criticize you for fucking not you know handling your shit with the drama. And what have you then? It's like so you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't exactly if you're a mature person you say let's squash this shit before it gets. Outta hand. Then people criticize all what a fucking vagina move. You know what I mean like. You should just stop that motherfucker out Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Because as you recall. He didn't know who he was dealing with at the time. And fucking low saying. Oh let's go to JIM OUT HERE. Fly Out here you got money. Bubba fly out here. And let's fucking do this. In the Octagon not realizing he's challenging appro fighters. It'd be like abuse basically only be an assault because it's like this is some drunk right person who has no nine experience or he doesn't look in shape at all so it'd be assault to the Poor D. so I said earn it like everyone else men become an actual legitimate competitor train. Lift some fucking weights and I'll be happy to fucking flight to you on a competitive level. You know what I mean because then you know but he wants to film that ship and like so you want attention you want me to fly there whip your ass on video so you get all this recognition like. I'm not dumb. No so it just got me thinking like people are into that kind of Shit and they love it but then they criticize nonsense in the things people do for their reputation. Whatever you know. That's the thing where it gets weird right. It's like you criticize a motherfucker for having a reputation to uphold. But you know you talk shit. They handle it but then at the same time you in spite of criticizing because motherfuckers have a reputation. That is important to them. They only take so much shit when step on their fucking toes then they have to do something about it but at the same time as you criticize that you know you also got women that are bill talk shit about men fucking being that way like so stupid such dumb man Shit but then you WanNa fuck man that if someone says something about you. They're going to defend you. It's the same thing you can't criticize and encourage things at the same time you have to pick one. It's like he said damned if you do damned if you don't and I don't know I feel like women do the same thing in a sense like you know talking. Shit about a woman You know on like social media to friends or whatever but then when it comes down to it when say the other woman that you talk shit about or confront you and then you don't want to fight in that it's it's across the board. It's weird in it's like I don't believe in being two faced and shady and saying shit behind your back and smiling to your face I'm GonNa Fuck and say you know what I need to say right to you and call you the fuck out. Yeah exactly and be mature about it. But then if you had don't write checks Gerash asking cash like basically you say all this shit make sure you. Can you know back that up? And here's the thing right. This motherfucker went and said like he didn't say this that the third it's like Bra it's on your own videos. You could go back and watch the shit catch where you said it anything. I said you said it I. It came out of your own mouth so anything I said about. She was straight fact. And this new fabricates Shit. He always says Oh probably this probably that because he knows sparking absolutely nothing about anybody. Talking about the has to fabricate things in his drunk in mind that you know it's like this and it's like that and it's like he's telling people nobody listens to their show. Whatever and it's like how would you even make that claim you have no access to their analytics. Exactly so what D- have mind reading powers. Funniest too was when he told Alex. Fuck in the whole world's fucking watching. There's like three million fucking viewers right now on the top of the fucking facebook live screen said twelve people and that dropped seven when he said that. Dumb Shit. Gosh. Apparently he doesn't know he's not very technologically inclined and in his mind. He's some kind of legend in. It's like nobody knows who you are. And it's not content to get drunk on fucking so this is what I wanted to get into with. That whole thing is like it doesn't matter on facebook live if you have five thousand followers and fucking whatever which he doesn't even if you did and your content. Is You getting drunk and calling people's wife and kid names and Shit like that? You're never going to fucking turn that into money. Nobody's going to sponsor you if they see that shit you're blackballed immediately. You know what I'm saying and this motherfucker claims to be so successful in worldwide fucking known and Shit like that and it's like you're not making a dime you're doing shit on facebook live and people are watching you crash and burn and it's not even know with it. That's the thing right and it's like you don't know the first thing. He Criticizes People for Advertising Their Shit. Calls it whoring themselves out so that's where it started when I fucking said don't let people that are broke as fuck trying to tell you how to advertise your Shit and be successful. Because if they fucking knew what they were talking about they would actually be doing something for themselves rather than working a call center job. They would know how to advertise their fucking so-called show and monetize that bitch and make fucking money and build connections with businesses and sponsors. And things like that and you know. There's that old saying that this motherfucker couldn't sell pussy to sailor on shore leave so who is he the criticized and talk about fucking anybody Whose advertising their shed dudes advertising his network. Because he's proud of it and this motherfuckers like oh you look thirsty bro. So then all those major companies. I do advertisements everywhere whoring themselves. I mean it's just such an uneducated thing to say so I said don't let broke motherfuckers. Try to tell you how to advertise business. Because if they knew shit they wouldn't be broke. Exactly you know what I'm saying and that RUB THEM THE WRONG WAY. So he fucking got all salty and started insulting. Everybody in took it out on Alex rather than me like. I'm a little bit because he probably knows like Alex is more Saas Focus. Not so you know. That's why he didn't go after. The big dogs not not trying to find Alex here. He rather not have conflict. He's more he's a good dude so you know he's mature like that. Some of US are ghetto. Comes out and we're like Oh hell no exactly so I mean but I don't know just got me thinking men about how people react to Shit. They defeat into drama. And that's what I'm always cautious of and I'm aware of it and I fucking you know I'm conscious of it all I don't feed into because people encourage it as they criticize it. Then fuck and be like Oh. This is so nonsensical but KIEF and man. We love that Shit. We WanNa hear you fucking you know. Custos motherfucker out and this that and the third draw. I'm here we want to see it. Escalate and fucking get out of hand. And it's like now. I'm not going to give you that. Fuck enjoy because it doesn't run that deep now I call someone out because they fucking shit about a man's family and you don't do that you don't fucking put down kids especially you know what I'm saying and I made it fucking clear to his own video. I said if you ever talked shit about fucking ever said a slick fucking thing about my deceased son. I put a fucking million on your head and you ain't got no damn money so you ain't GonNa fucking counteract that Shit so you'd be fucking buried. You know what I'm saying. That's walking on my life Bro. So you know fucking is why. When you talk about someone else's child I take great offense And I jumped in cars. That becomes mind immediately. I inherited you know what I'm saying. And so you know I. It's just people encourage this. Kinda Shit May love to see drama. And it's like look at how many you're fucking your viewership went up because of me and I was like I see what you're trying to do trying to gain some popularity from you like stupid you're trying to get some clout and it's like now. I am about that so I spoke my peace and I said what I need to say and I fucking left it at that but it got me thinking like about how people feed into shit and then criticize. It's such a double standard. You know how you're gonNA fault someone for putting ship behind them and saying yeah. Let's just fucking agree to disagree and that. Shit you don't say and how you GonNa Fuck and say that. That's a boring way to deal with things or whatever. The flock in China put people down for being mature enough to talk shit out. You know what I mean is so stupid. People need to chill the fuck out and stop encouraging drama in defiance of Shit you know what? I'm saying like fucking. I called him out because I feel like as a person that your responsibility to let someone know when they're fucking up. You know what I'm saying because I don't know there. Is You know I don't like this idea that. Hate people that in the third and it's like I'm fucking hate anybody on give anybody that kind of energy man. I don't necessarily agree with the ship. People doing all call them out on it. Maybe it'll get heated but like I don't fucking hate that person. Yeah you know understand. I just feel like they could do better. And they're fucking up. You know what I'm saying and I expect to be called that when I fuck up. They're going to lose my fucking cool. I say some. Shit I probably. Shouldn't you know what I'm saying? Call me out on it fucking. Tell me that you know across the line fucked up and it'll be the first to fucking degree like Yo my bad but I don't know I just I think people feed into shit too much and you know. Where do you draw the line? Exactly at what point do get to a point where you have. I've said what I needed to say. And there's no reason this needs to continue. You know what I'm saying. I like what basically dictates that I don't know I really don't know but I think it depends on how the person themselves feel about it and if they're ready to move on in that I think that's what it was it is it doesn't depend on what the public thinks about it. It's on the person themselves. Decide if they realize they've had enough and I think it comes back to being introspective and looking at yourself you know what I mean and being honest with yourself and how much you've grown and it's like I'm fucking you know. I don't need to be doing this shit. It's child that you know what I'm saying at what point so Alex. You don't want me to squash my beefs and shit and I'm like yeah. That's a tall order sometimes but not always that simple. You know you let things die if you can't come to a fucking compromiser some kind of an agreement that sometimes it's just better than say. Okay fuck it. I said what I needed to say. Keep my name out your mouth. I'll keep it the same and this ended there and you leave it up that you know what I'm saying like we're going to be beer beer buddies and shit anytime soon are bff's yeah we're not. GonNa be drinking buddies. You know and Shit what? I'm not gonNA sit and slander motherfucker. Every chance I get you know what I'm saying it's just here's what I saw and here's how I reacted to it. And here's my view on it saying like get on my level motherfucker and then we'll do this. You know what I'm saying like start outselling me start fucking making money. Start fucking and then we'll talk. You know what I'm saying. Then you fucking say that you're in my industry to talk and have an opinion on what I do until then shut the fuck up. You know what I'm saying. Exactly keep your name out of your mouth right because it's like you could talk shit about my business. This is the third. But it's like you said it was dope as fuck until you had a problem with me and then you're like a kid and like like what. What do people do when they don't have something going for them? They find what you got going for you and they talk shit about it. They try to bring it down. So it's not so great. You know what I mean they wanna tarnish what you have and just be like fucking great all right cool. That's your opinion. The people that support it feel differently because they feel differently. I get paid exactly. You can't say the same so you go to your Shitty Little Call Center job and you're miserable. You don't like your job but you're doing nothing to change your circumstances. Exactly you're not trying to go educate yourself and learn a skill or go to school so you can improve your career. If someone's above me in any way and makes more money than me or whatever in their business and more successful than me than value their opinion yeah I learned from it exactly but when you're broke his faulk and you ain't got no ambition. You've got nothing known for yourself. I'm not going to bat an eye when you talk shit about what I do because that's just being sour right. It's pretty something better than do do better than me. And then Talk Shit. Yeah but it's kind of sad when you think about it because not persons truly unhappy with what's going on in their life and that and they're just have no ambition or drive like you said to do self man. I get it to lifebeat some people down and you know they just find it hard to recover from it or you know circumstances it makes people fucking find it very hard to believe that they have the ability to change their circumstances. But drinking yourself into a fucking oblivion every fucking night is not gonNA help no and for the whole world to see. Yeah I it's it's not a good luck now especially say you try and find another job. A potential employers can easily access that and. That's not a good luck. They the current employer could see that video and be like this is not who we want representing our company. It's time to go. You know what I'm saying like people need to be aware of the ship. They put out for the public. You know so. I don't know it got really ridiculous and it's actually like pitiful the watch you know and So you know. I think that the other point to this is that people need to be aware that there's only one person that can change their circumstances in their life if they're not happy it's them if you're not happy with your life do something about it exactly. You know what I'm saying if if something isn't working for you change it you have the ability and it's not gonNA happen overnight. It's going to take work but every step that you take towards doing that. You're actually coming closer to bettering your circumstances absolutely you know what I'm saying and You know I think people sometimes doubt themselves fucking much. They feel like you know other people can do that. But not me why. You're the same flesh and blood as anyone else. We're all made the same. We start off the same way. You don't Amis some of US get a shit hand dealt to us. If I could fuck in turn my life into something with the hand I was dealt from day. One then motherfucker. There's no reason anyone else can't I truly believe that you know what I mean like if I could fuck go from having no one in my life believing in me. I'd never had no parents support and Shit like that fucking encouragement or someone telling me I could do whatever the hell I want. I just told the complete opposite. I was told I'd never be shit. I ain't shit. I'm fucking worthless and fucking stupid that the third and for the longest time as a Kid. I believed it so I acted that way but then when I left that situation and fucking you know I went from living on the streets at fifteen to fucking look. Rahmat now so you know what I mean like. I did that Shit because one day something snapped at me and I just asked simple. What if what if they're wrong? What if I can do something I that's all it took for me to attempt it and once I started believe that I could because I start taking steps towards seeing changes. It's all it really required. You know what I mean and now I never fucking doubt myself if I want to do something. I'll be damned if I ain't GonNa do it. You know what I'm saying I'll accomplish whatever the fuck I want. The only you know blockage the only Limitations are the ones we create for ourselves in our minds absolutely and I place no fucking limitations on myself if I WANNA do something. I'M GONNA fucking figure it out. You know what I mean. You're so I think people need to be aware that that is how they should be thinking because they can change their life in any way they want. They just got a fucking do it and believe that they can. Yeah and you're GONNA fall on your face. Of course we all do. You can't reach success if you don't fall a couple of times on that's how you know what doesn't work. Yeah you know what I'm saying. And that's the process of elimination. Every time you fall on your face something no word. You've just eliminated one thing that didn't work. Yeah and now you find what does work you know what. I'm saying that. Step closer to figuring out what does work and I don't know man. I think people either so full of fear. They claim they WANNA make it so bad. And then when you give them an opportunity could like no one's ever given me and they just don't jump on it they don't fucking they ignore it. They they don't take the chance on. I think people are afraid of success because it is so life changing. I think they think they want it. But when there's that opportunity to help them get to it you extend your hand and fucking CEO. The mountain tops pretty dope. Let me fucking throw down a rope and help you get up here with me. People Freak out and it becomes to real and then they just like they ghost you. They don't fuck in take the offer now. You know what I'm saying I've offered like some producers and shit music producers that are like you know little indie producers trying to make a name for themselves offer him a fucking opportunity on my shoulder let hundreds of thousands of people know they they do. This shit may even play some of their Shit Man. Get them a fan base and they don't respond. You know what I'm saying because they're fucking terrified it's like oh it's real now. Npr people are just afraid to make the change. And I think people again it's life changing and people are aware now that once you have you have to maintain it and that's fucking harder than getting. Yeah and of course. The fear failing. I think that's the biggest thing that people back they don't think of. You know I will succeed. They're like oh I'm GONNA fail. Or what if I feel? I don't want to do that but if you do so. What you move on with Your Life. I think that's a great point. And I to to your appoint I think what it may be is like people would rather hold onto the what if and the the dream of becoming successful rather than finding out when they get the opportunity that it doesn't work and then it's like now they feel it's off the table. That's fucking soul crushing scary. You know what I'm saying because they view it as well if that didn't work nothing will and it's like no that's you know steppingstone it doesn't just 'cause you get on my fucking show for hundreds of thousands of people to hear your name and now they know about your work doesn't necessarily mean that the next day you're going to have all these fucking people interested but they know you exist that's step one yeah now produce dote content and fucking get it out there more. Come back on the show and be like Yo since my last time on the show. I've done this this and this up my game fucking you know what I'm saying. Yeah then people are like Oh. I've heard of this to you before he was on before. That's cool. Maybe he's a big deal because he's like fucking on this fucking show a few times or whatever you know what I mean but I think people feel like if that opportunity doesn't work than they know for sure that they will never be successful and it scares them. They'd rather hold onto the dream right lot. F- yeah the the fuck in. It could happen rather than well it. Didn't you know and I get that to a degree. But it's a terrible way to live like why live that way You know I would rather not go to my death bed saying what if I attempted to become successful the enemy instead of actually doing what I've done if I just said what if I did do that if I tried. I don't WanNa fucking go like you know what I mean so I did what I fucking have accomplished. I chose to do it. Take my chances and yeah fell on my face a lot along the way you know what I'm saying but I got the fuck back up and I went back to it you know and you just keep going until you figure it out and of course every time you attempted you make a little bit of yardage off and you you take a few steps forward you know. Sometimes you're GONNA fall back a little bit because of something that you've done that shouldn't have happened or you know. Life happens sometimes consequences to certain things or just happenstance timing but whatever you know what I mean. Never rely on other people to get your foot in the door. You know what I'm saying like take opportunities when knocked though and roll with it right if someone offers you an opportunity jump on it. Don't don't Piss it away you know. And and they don't come back and you know what you'll probably have regret regret is the worst thing you can carry with you and your life. Yemen if I if I offer someone an opportunity to come on my show and in yeah promote their shit and they ghost me and don't show any interest. I'm not gonNA offer again now period. There's going to be like okay. They're not interested. So why right and I don't chase nobody and I think it's a valuable lesson. They need to learn that when opportunity knocks youth. Fucking rip that door open answer. And you don't fucking expected to come back when it's convenient for you. Now you jump on things if you really want it as bad as you claim that you gotta show that you want when the opportunity arrives you need to welcome it and if you're not gonna do that don't tell me. I've tried everything and I didn't succeed. You didn't try everything just the way the opportunities that came your way and that's not GonNa do anybody any favors now if you don't want it that bad man life is like that where it's like okay. You don't deserve it then. Yep So screen. We're moving on. You know like you don't get what you don't earn and if you jump on every opportunity that's given to you you're working towards it. It's not a guarantee handout. It's an opportunity to gain exposure and maybe generate some interest among people. And you know then you keep grinding from there and people will fucking eventually figure it out. You know what I mean. And they'll kind of catch on but people just WanNa fuck around you know. They want to claim that they tried everything they wanna be that huge percentage of people. And you know I. It's a weird thing where you hear about the one percenters and shit like that. It's not that we are the one percent man that can be successful. We are the one percent decided to grind for. Never take no for an answer. Never Stop Ninety. Nine percent of people don't want to do whatever it takes. They WanNa claim they tried everything. Because it's easier it's comforting. It's bullshit it's a lie. You tell yourself because you tried everything you'd be successful tried everything you'd be wealthy people would know who you are. You know what I'm saying so I think people bullshit themselves way too much and then use families as an excuse will have to do the same thing okay. What's safe about Doing a job that you hate when you could lose that job you know what I mean and then you're back where you started exactly. Why not do the unsafe thing and pursue something that makes you happy that makes you feel like you're alive and make your family proud of you right rather than some soul crushing job. Because you think it's safe and then guess what day comes where there's layoffs there's fucking you know budget cuts and you lose your job and you spent thirty years. They're miserable. Yeah you know what I mean. When that thirty years you could do whatever you really wanted to do. And take that risk. Exactly I mean and look at even today like Sarin on bringing it up but with this pandemic going on a lot of people have lost their businesses and their jobs. Because they're like well shit we can't afford to keep these people and pay them so there you go life happens. Just take the risk. Take the chance exactly. I think you ought to yourself to do things you WANNA do. Man Because it's not gonNA happen overnight. No but it will happen if you keep on grinding. Eventually you wear life down and says okay. You really want it. No matter what I threw in front of you got you got back up and you pursued it regardless no matter how grim it looked no matter. How fuck in Unlikely it may have seemed you were not going to be denied in eventually life. Gets out of your way and says okay. There's no stopping you. You really want this. You pass the YOU'RE GONNA get people are attracted to that ambition and that drive. You know what I'm saying and the people that you're going to attract are the ones that can make it happen for you. You know what I mean and if you don't show that you want it that bad that the second something doesn't happen overnight you want to give up on it and say maybe it's just not meant for me. I think that's terrible. That's tragic. It is truly is because at the end of your life. You'RE GONNA regret that you're going to look back at your life. It'd be like did I really fucking do anything you know or do. I play it safe the whole time and use other people as an excuse as to why. I was doing it for them. Now you weren't you. Were doing it for yourself because you're terrified of failing and you didn't believe enough in yourself. You know what I'm saying I. I strongly believe that we're all given talent and a gift that we have to discover and learn how to utilize and share it with the world man. And if you don't do that I feel like you're doing everybody a huge disservice including yourself. You know what I'm Sam I don't know. How do you feel about my two cents? I feel the same way. Because it's like you keep a gift talent to yourself and not share it with the world. That's really do injustice to everyone including yourself. I feel like that's our purpose in life is like we were all given something to contribute to the world and lame as it may sound. I feel strongly about that. That's why there's people that are like absolutely insanely good at a sport and there's people that are insanely good art or music or fucking whatever. Imagine if they kept that exclusive to their home or their garage or some shit backyard and never let anyone know that they're this talented. You know what I'm saying. There would be a dull place. We'll exactly what if artists never fucking did their thing. Yeah and you actually mentioned that to me the other night saying imagine a world without art like you said if these artists cap their talent themselves life would be so doll just ugly. Yeah we wouldn't have these beautiful pieces to decorate our homes or you know museums and galleries to display that talent and to appreciate and admire and defy culture like certain artists for instance like look at the Leonardo Da Vinci for instance like he defines a lot of Italian culture. Imagine if they didn't have a well. Yeah I mean it's expression to I mean if you don't express yourself to the world and have people relate to it then I guess music wouldn't exist now movies wouldn't exist. Tv shows none of that shit. You know what I mean. We'd have no fucking entertainment now. She not I mean and I think that's kind of a scary thought because life and the world would be so frigging doll. You just see concrete everywhere. Never see art never see it. Look at art like there's people that make gardens that look beautiful. You know it's in. It's and things like that. Just brightens things up to them. They feel like that's not much of a skill but it is there's other people that wouldn't know the first thing about gardening and shit. I can't even keep an aloe plant. A live song could kill a fucking plastic plan. I'm sure you know I do are all the time and I fucking train people for free you know in the gym and Shit like if they want advice and they want you nutritional advice and shit like that you know what I'm saying. I hope people that can't afford it so like off fucking do it for you. Free of charge. I don't think that you should have to pay to better yourself and be healthy exactly and be robbed for it. You know what I mean. And putting a huge price tag on someone's concern for their well being I think is so shady so I mean imagine if I wasn't doing that Kinda Shit you know what I'm saying. Dropped Art Morons. Like I don't do this anymore. How would be like depressing will? Then I mean my clothing language shut down because I designed everything you know what I mean like. I personally designed Shit. Yeah so then there'd be none of that either. I would never do anything in life. You know what a terrible thought that is. It's so sucking on. It's like I would want to imagine it. It's I don't know man I just think people need to stop being so hard on themselves and thinking that they're the one person that can accomplish something and so therefore they're not gonna try. You know what I'm saying. Believe in yourselves man and do what you WanNa do. Change Your Life. If you're unhappy with something you only get one shot at life on this fucking ball a dirt so make it counts. Exactly you know what I'm saying. If you're not happy with something exercise your right to change it to your life. No one's GonNa Change it for you. People will criticize sure but at the end of the day. Who gives a fuck? They can't live your life. They wouldn't if they could. So why should they have an opinion on what you should or shouldn't be doing? You know what I mean because it's not safe. It's not you know what I'm saying. They will tell you not to do something because it's not a smart move. It's not guaranteed. It's not safe because they didn't fucking. They played it safe themselves and now they're unhappy with their jobs. Yeah and their life. They didn't fuck in pursue the dream that they had so they don't WanNa see you fucking reach it because then they'll be like shit. Yeah a Lotta people. Think their ages the reason why they can do something like they wasted their youth and they fuck in should have done it then. It's never too late. Well look at some of these successful people that didn't become successful till they're like seniors Colonel Sanders that's the prime example there and like sixties when he finally made it yeah he finally pursued his dreams and that and look them look at his legacy. I don't believe in putting things off like that but I mean I'm saying there's no age limit to success. You know what I'm saying. It's it's there for whoever wants to take it man exactly but you gotTa fucking mean it. You know what I'm when you say you want it. You best mean it and you better fucking showdown. Everyone's throats enroll until they realize like you ain't plan you don't just. Kinda want you want it more than you want anything exactly? You know what I'm saying. You want it more than you want to sleep so you fucking stay up all night and you grind and you fucking do this. That and everything that you need to step toward your goal. You don't say you know. Well it's hard so. I just don't do it exactly because then you ain't GonNa get shit. You're not deserve it. Don't WanNa work for something you ain't GonNa have it period. You know what I'm saying if you don't bust your ass for what you want you ain't ever GonNa get it absolutely. It's just that simple. That's the rule of life. Nothing just falls in your lap. You know what I'm saying. Schwarzenegger always talked about. The one exception would be like the dude that discovered the gold. You know Russia in California Way Back. In the day it fell into his lap. Got Lucky that don't happen for people. Now that's a once in a lifetime. Fuck him you know thing that just Kinda but again. If he didn't go digging you found would've fell shit if he sat in his living room talking about it so even he had to put in work. He's got faster results in those people. Yeah you know what I'm saying but then again you don't know his story neither. Maybe he was broke as fuck his whole life and finally stopped talking about Dylan. That shit decided to do it. Who knows you know what I'm saying exactly but nothing comes for free and we all got a grind man earn it but hey if you enjoy it. That's the trick enjoy. The process makes it worth doing. I always tell people especially when it comes to the gym and Shit but I think it applies to life in general. Don't fuck in focus so much on the end goal and enjoying the end goal. Enjoy the fucking trip there. Yeah enjoy the road to it. Enjoy the process. It'll make it a lot more pleasant absolutely. You know what I'm saying. I love what I do. But there are times where certain aspects of it are chore. Fucking job they're boring they're tedious and whatever but it needs to be done less. You've gotta take the fucking bad with the good. You gotta take the boring with the fun. You know what I'm saying. I can't all be fun games right. There has to be some dull parts and anything right obviously designing my product is way more fun than marketing. It yeah you know asked me done. You'd have the coolest designs on the planet but if nobody's GonNa see it who gives a shit. What good is it right So you know I I feel like people need to really just learn to enjoy the road. There it's exciting because guess what when you finally make you become successful. I can tell you from experience. It's not the success that you talk about all the time that you're enjoying so much it's the memories of what it took to get there that you look back and be like man. I remember when I was struggling and start out when I finally decided to. Just go for it. I remember what should I ran into? And all the reasons why you know people feel like it probably shouldn't have worked out the way it did but it did because they view it that way because he oh and you kind of you that way sometimes yourself because you're in that mindset of remembering what it was like to find it so easy to quit when something happened you're like fuck you know. Maybe this wasn't meant to work but you kept pushing on and that's what you remember when you look back at it and be like I remember more of the struggle getting there than I remember the day I became successful. You know what I mean. The day that I discovered I made it or I realized I finally made it. I don't remember all that much. I remember the struggle getting there. I remember having nothing. Yeah you know what I'm saying. I remember working eighteen hours a day to support my fucking family. You know at the time and you know what I'm saying I did work eighteen hours a fucking day crazy. I did fuck in you know ten hour shift and then I would go on to my next job from there for eight hours no like another. You know I'm talking about the commute there and everything and do another five hours at the job so three hours apart so there was no sleeping in. Then I'd get off the second job. I do an hour at the gym and then I would get home at eat. Something spend a little time with who is with at the time and then like sleep for maybe an hour or so and go back and do it all over again crazy. You know I had to do what I had to do. Analogous to do whatever the fuck I want. It's amazing you know what I mean but I remember more of that struggle to get there more. So and working the soul-sucking corporate careers. Shit and Just knowing Mrs not what I want life to be you know I mean the companies were great. The took great care of me and I appreciate everything but it wasn't my passion man. I was making other people rich. You know and fuck and helping them build their dream and I was neglecting my own and I was like now. This is not what I want. You know so finally I just said this is not life you know not for me. I'm going to do what I WANNA do. Pursued the fuck out of it until I made it you know so I had opportunities that were given to me and I knew when to jump on them. You think I wasn't like skeptical. Your fucking thinking that I I may follow my face in you. Know in spite of the opportunity what if I take it and fail you know what I mean? Yeah that's terrifying sure. But my belief is if you ain't terrified you ain't doing anything worth doing you know what I'm saying you if it doesn't give you that fucking butterfly feeling in your gut than while you're wasting your time doing it exactly. You need to care about it that much that the idea of not being able to do it anymore terrifies you. You know what I mean. And that means you're doing something that makes you feel alive and worth doing and I feel like that. Truthfully I feel like that is the biggest sign. You're on the right track if you feel butterflies doing shit jumping on opportunities that come your way taking risks right if it makes you nervous. It's because it's worth worrying about unanimity afraid to lose it. It's worth having and that's the greatest feeling really. Yes you got to always chase those butterflies man in my view. That's how I feel. You know what I'm saying and I think people need to experience that I think people need to chase that a little bit more and really learn to appreciate it absolutely. I mean. It's all hard long road but when you get to it at the end and you get that like you said. Look at that feeling. It's just makes it so worth it and you don't you can go to your death but God forbid you know when that day comes. Just happy insane. I did so much and I had so many good memories. I struggled but I did what I wanted to do. I wouldn't change the struggle at all. I love it at the time. It was hard sheriff sucked but it builds character dies like really if you never really struggled and then you face it once in your life like say down the road. It's a shell shock. Yeah it really makes you appreciate the success more. Yeah because you didn't have anything handed to you. You know you know the other end of the spectrum and you know that this wasn't guaranteed to you. This wasn't promised to you. You know and here you are enjoying it because you earned it and it makes it so much better because it's like man. I remember having nothing and I think it's more rewarding when you never forget where you came from after you agree with you. Never lose sight of where you came from. Because you know it's easy to go back there absolutely you know and so I think it's important to kind of lend that hand to people that don't have the success that you have and Remember when it was like to be in their position and maybe help them the way. No one helped you. You know what I mean because obviously it's a game changer. Matadors and sometimes never know that maybe the difference maker where it's somebody feels like. That's luck to them. Maybe it's time to try their luck with pursuing something to get their life better. You know what I mean like. What are the odds? Someone's GonNa come out of nowhere. Helped me like this person did? Maybe it's my lucky day. Maybe I need to take that leap of faith and say you know what I'm going to apply for that job? I didn't think I could get our apply for the career. I want that I didn't think I could. Maybe today's my lucky fucking day. You know maybe this is a good sign and today's the day I should just take a chance. You know you never know how something like that may affect someone and make them feel like. They're confidence rises. Yeah like hey man. It's not always going to be this bad. There's people that care. There's people that come out of nowhere and just kind of give you an opportunity. You know what I'm saying burst right. You never know how it could affect someone in such a positive way so I think it's important to help It helps you stay humble and stay hungry. I feel like that's so important man just because you become successful doesn't mean it's time to put your feet up and relaxed now is when the real work starts exactly to stay relevant to stay successful to maintain that success never ends You know what I mean. My brain never shuts off barely sleep because my brain is always like how can I fuck in improve the business? How can I improve my show? How can I improve the stock of everything? You know what I'm saying. I'm it's such a fucking trip. It's so much fun but it's exhausting at times too because your brain doesn't know when to quit and You know that's the fun of it is is like it's the adrenaline of winning a race. You know what I'm saying when you look behind you see people chasing you for that spot and just saying I hope I make it without them catching up. You know what I mean and what that's when you don't slow down that's when you speed up you know what I'm saying and push right. You know what I mean and then you gotta start maneuvering better in. Don't run into the snags and To me that's the fun part have saw because there's so many people that want your spot and some of them are hungry enough to try to take some of them are constantly grinding. And that's what I feel is important while everyone else is sleeping. I'm doing business because I want to be the best at what I do. You know what I'm saying. It's all over the gym at fucking all hours of the night and lift because I want to be the best idea while other people are sleeping or fucking sitting around eating junk or whatever excuses taking a rest day you know. I'm I'm grinding. Because that's who I am what I've learned in all of this and I enjoy every bit of it. It's fun and you know what they say. Man If you enjoy what you do you never work a day in your life and I truly feel like it's a vacation just working on the shit. I do that I love doing so you know. It's been a lot of fun and I think people need to. You Know Be Hungry at all times even if you become successful. It's never enough. Because you could do. Better you could push harder you could create more. You could help more. And that's what I always wanted to. I want to help more people. I want to create more shit. I WANNA create more opportunities for people create more jobs for people. I want my business to expand to a point where I could hire a ton of people create all these jobs and help people change their lives. You know so it never ends and I'm not going to be able to do that further if I don't keep grinding expanding and building on the empire man so you know it's It's a cool fucking experience absolutely is and I think people should do themselves a favor and chase it and experience. It themselves Because you can you can accomplish whatever the fuck you want. If you set your mind to it you just gotTa you know as Cliche as it sounds. You GotTa believe it in your head that like you can do this shit and just keep doing it and you know. You're not going to see results overnight. Now but little by little you'll start to notice small steps giving closer to the goal. You know what I'm saying and over time it's like eventually you're going to get there you know. I'M GONNA HARDER. You work the fucking closer you're going to get to absolutely Lastly I WANNA get to is You know with with doing your own show you know. I'm all over every platform among fucking Sirius Satellite Radio on iheartradio inaugurate Shit But there's people out there man. I don't get this that have these so-called shows I can't call it a fucking show when they say it's under ten minutes. It's not what could you get into in under ten minutes in depth? That is worth talking about missile. That's a fucking infomercial at best. That's a commercial. That's an advertisement. You know what I'm saying. You'RE NOT GONNA get on fucking radio with less than ten minutes whereas what can you possibly address when you have an intro? Whatever the fuck that's like two minutes whereas the CIA going. I don't get it. I don't even like I'm not trying to knock anybody but it's like if you don't feel like you really have anything worth saying. Then don't do this because then you're just insulting people. It's clearly a cash grab you're trying to create a name for yourself and become successful with minimal effort and. I don't think we do for those of us that really grind right absolutely so we're going to be more consistent again. We took a little of a break to get other business things done and I just want to know I didn't fuck around and catch the Rona. You know what I'm saying. It's not why I was gone. I just kind of wanted to give you guys some space and let you figure out all this shit because I know a lot of people have a lot of shit going on and I'm GonNa keep bringing you shit to entertain y'all inspire y'all and shit like that but I'm not gonNA fucking contribute to the hysteria in the fear mongering of all this crap. I'm depressing shit. We'll get through like we always do get through every fucking thing there's always pandemics hitting us in shit. We always overcome it so I believe everybody will be fine in the long run. Yup As long as people listen and respect the rules on that because frankly if we all just listened it'd be over lot quicker. Yeah exactly and I mean people are not taking very seriously. I don't take it seriously in the respective like. Oh I'm so terrified. I feel like there's so much hype around at all but you know I also feel like if the proper steps are taking everything will be fine. Yeah like I said it'll be over a lot quicker so you know I just WanNa say. Please don't yell at people like grocery stores or whatever because of all the social distancing in that it's not their damn fault if you just listen just be kind that's like I say every day be kind. Everyone don't fucking yell at people over things they can't control my hats off to all the all that work grocery stores and Shit like that because you guys fucking are necessary as faulk when the you know. I think things like this is your time to really fucking show your value because people overlook y'all and don't take your job seriously and shit like that because they're full of themselves and Dick's and I don't know if it's entitlement or just taking things for granted but it's times like this that you see that these younger people especially that are grind. And maybe it's your first job. Maybe it's just a career where you fucking decided you got to do something to pay them. Bills Take care of your family. Your appreciated man. You know So I hope people fucking respect what you do a little more after all this and like I said like everyone has their part to play in this and good on you for putting in the work and putting yourself at risk right and thank you for fucking risk in yourself so I can eat exactly appreciate it and because you don't have to you at the end of the day. Yeah you can say well. It's my job but you could find another fucking job if you wanted to. You always have the right to quit exactly if you feel unsafe. Yeah I remember that you have the right to refuse unsafe work. I appreciate you all that fucking out there still doing your thing. In spite of the risk you know just so cats like us can eat can get our food on and shit. You know what I'm saying and you're barely getting paid enough to eat yourself And so I respect the fuck out of that and I appreciate you all. Thank you deserve all the credit in the world. Exactly so people just be kind. Yeah not just grocery stores either. I'm talking gas stations and fucking convenience stores whoever to flex open exactly whatever it is you do. I appreciate you And let's not forget. The healthcare workers not to toot our own oil and we have a lot of stress because especially we have to listen to absolutely everything going on to understand the proper steps and Linesmen Year. Fucking some people like you know they have no choice. They have to be exposed directly to. I mean infortunately where I am. There's like a ton of voluntary base thankfully. So if you're putting yourselves directly in that line of fire my hat's off to what y'all do appreciate all the healthcare systems and shit and grocery stores and fucking any stores. I don't care from ground up even the janitors. They're keeping shit clean. Oh Fuck yes sanitize that anyway. I appreciate all y'all for what you do in. Your contributions have not gone unnoticed. That's for damn sure. Thank you everyone. Maybe although here to nothing. But you're going to hear from me. Man. You're boys fucking grateful so I appreciate all your fucking scrub them floors and shit sanitizing everything. He would never even give you all a fucking thought because they just take for granted what you do you know what I'm saying and I think that's a shame so I think this is an eye opener and maybe it should remind people that yellow valuables fuck. You know what I'm saying. And they all play a part in society. Yeah Man I'll be the first to say US athletes and shit like that ain't exactly fucking doing nothing for the world right now. You know what I mean. We can't do our job so y'all are important. You know what I mean. The ones that seem overlooked in three hundred sixty five days a year are really the real fucking pros here real. Mvp absolutely man. And I ain't just blowing smoke up your ass to blow sunshine up your skirt. I'm fucking telling you the truth because the world may have stopped but yours is continuing to go. And you're keeping fucking things open for the rest of us you know to keep some sanity and necessities intact and available to us and Y'all are keeping the shit sanitized and putting yourself at risk in the process so I appreciate all your man from the ground up from lowest fucking tier to the top. There would be no top without the ground level. You know what I'm saying so everyone. That's climbing that ladder. Yeah so we're going to wrap this bitch up. And we'll be more consistent again. Now we just want to let a space bit of a breather to kind of take all this shit in and figure yourselves out and get your situation settled and things of that nature but we'll be back now so thanks for listening to man appreciate y'all through all this craziness are catching next. Time to destruction of the sphere.
Manchester City stun Madrid at Bernabeu in Champions League
"I'll ever welcome back to the Real Madrid podcasters. Madrid's awaken to the reality. That Champions League exit is staring them in the face off to the two one by Manchester City at an obey have. The media's responded today well sedan selection was seen as something of a major gamble with Venezia starting the two however remember Dick Combine four-round Madrid's goal on sixty minutes but it was a night where Madrid created very little just three attempts on target all night. In comparison to Manchester City's eight ISKOE's goal was his first in Champions League since September. Two thousand eighteen when he scored remember against Roma now. The views on the key decisions of the night have been disgusting. Great detail across the broadcast media and in the written media over the last twelve thousand also most seem to agree that the big decisions with the correct decisions cases did not ramps cub a hall giveaway clear penalty and says you're Reynolds. Was the last man in line so we had to be sent off. It's only ramesses. I read Cobb by the way since his soulread cod last year when he was red-carded against your back in February of Twenty nine thousand nine overall. It's his fourth red card in. Champions League does placing on top of the list as most central flares in Champions League history with four red cards. It places him alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the people himself remember Edgar Davits now after the match. Ramos was in bullet mood. He said after difficult tonight. Vera TWO OPTIONS FOR US. We can think about yesterday's loss or we can work on tomorrow's win. As far as the play a reviews Tiba Courtois made three outstanding saves. His contribution was highlighted He avoided any real criticism. Mandy as well made few errors defensively he wears. Madrid's best in the first half for sure. Valverde also impressed with his physical presence. In midfield moderate was also praised for his directing of Madrid's Gabe in Midfield Casimiro though did not escape criticism for his performance is in the second half where he was said to be unrecognizable from the player that they knew now he spoke after the. Gammons that if there is a team that can overcome this that it is this Real Madrid team. We had seventy five spectacular minutes. What we didn't do is complete the job. This is not over. There is a lot of work to do. What about the views of the coach sedan? He said we played very well for seventy five minutes. We are very annoyed with this loss but again this is one hundred and eighty minutes. It is not over yet on the team's defensive errors on the night. He's at Ariza Auras. They are part of the game. It is as simple as that. We have given everything out here tonight. We like ten minutes concentration in the end. That is where we paid for it. I was also asked to buy why the team had hit this. Slum was to do with fitness all. The number of games played recently now. He said he doesn't think it's physical. It is more of a problem of concentration. What about Guardiola's he? He was asked if he thought of the tie was all but one his response. Quick and unequivocal. No if there is a team that can turn this around that is Real Madrid. We have one nothing yet. A Spanish media was also asking how this team could be. Twenty two points behind Liverpool in primarily Kevin Brenna was simply described as a genius. Now the editorials have been blunt and very much to the point of this Madrid. They say is not good. Enough bellowed one. Also took aim at Z. Dan Highlighting needless team changes and bizarre selections they say that cost them initially in the Culpa del Ray on this night when Manchester City had that Kevin de Bruin a sedan elected to leave out one of the season's most consistent performers Tony Cruz. This was the first time since crews arrived back in twenty fourteen that he didn't actually start a knockout game in Champions League now some journalists have Chosen to speculates that there were other reasons beyond technical why crews didn't play a seven hundred. Didn't even go out to warm up. And of course in this era where cameras are literally everywhere in every corridor one did catch of course. Guardiola groups having a quick chat. Which of course was enough for some to speculate that the there are going to team up again in prem elite next season all of this of course has absolutely no foundation. What so ever one piece of good news is the Venecia's will not be sanctioned by UEFA after his comments criticizing the referee after match couple of other stories with mentioning. Here ofter hockey. Men's name has started to appear quite regularly again if the last couple of days with mendy having taken over from Marcello on the left the time they say is now right for hockey me to return and takeover Kaba House position on the right. He has already stated goals on numerous occasions if that isn't a key role for him don't expect to see him leave. Germany where he is currently settled. But these situations around in Cobb Mahal and indeed last night's performances led to the speculators. If you like saying that Kabul's time is now over. It's time for Madrid to look to the future and Kimmy is just that front of goals. The debate rages on ladder. Martinez name highly visible this last twenty four hours. It was suggested boss alone of course where to be his next destination but without messy seal of approval. Nothing really does move over there now. This could let in Madrid providing valuations of met and he is enjoying another very good season of course in Syria with Inter that rounds up. Today's podcast. I'll be back on Saturday this week as we look ahead to out classic which takes place on marks the first in the meantime UK and catch up with all of the seasons news so far via the website at www dot round Madrid. Podcast DOT COM Also it's tunes Google Stitcher Alexa spotify and Anka FM. That's it for the moment from Tim Capable. Thanks for listening and we'll see bit later on in the week
Serendipity Will Find You w/ Lynn Power - TT 096
"Life is not merely series of meaningless accidents or coincidences, but rather, it's a tapestry of events that culminate an exquisite sublime plan. Welcome to Trina talk, this is the podcast where guests shared their stories of pursuing their passions, living fulfilled life and empowering others each week I talked with inspiring leaders, business owners, and people with amazing stories from around the world, an unscripted conversations as they share successes and failures. This podcast is all about empowering you to keep striving in your personal. And professional life. And I am your host Trina L. Martin. Hello. Welcome to train a talk this episode ninety six. Before I get into this week's. For those of you who are wanting to do a podcast or want to learn how to live stream and do it with you look professional I am offering a special pricing on my technology assessment. That is one hour you get with me one on one where you can ask questions on how to start a podcast. You should use for live streaming in anything else that you can think of. To take advantage of the special limited time pricing. Goto Tech Dot. Trina L. Martin, Dot Com. The topic of this week's episode is serendipity will find you. My guest this week, Iskoe Lynn Power. Land is a thirty year advertising executive with a love of beauty who turned entrepreneur. She locked Masami a clean premium hair care brand in February. She has worked for various BEC- iconic name brands such as Gillette Venus. Clam Nique and Lori. L.. She building teams, reinventing cultures, and disruption. Hi Lyn welcome to Trina Talk. Hi. Thank for having me. It's a pleasure. I'm so interested in talking with you because you're in the beauty space. But before you actually get into the beauty space doing what you're doing, you had a thirty year career in advertising as advertising executive. So tell me about your journey tell me because that's a pretty pretty nice job I think it would be pretty interesting. Tell me what made you decide to leave that in do what you're doing today yeah. I. Mean it was certainly a long time. Right? I mean when I hear that Thirty Years Mike. It so long but yes. I loved being in the advertising industry for a long time it was for me Just. A sort of really fulfilling career because I got to work on lots of different things all the time and learn lots of different things and Yes, there were moments of it being a very testosterone heavy environment Hopefully that's improving every day slowly. But I. Did get to the point where after thirty years I kind of risen up the ranks than you know you always have this perception of the big job being like that much more. Awesome. But actually when you're managing large office, you're not doing advertising. You're doing everything else you know you're dealing with finance and HR, and I was dealing with the press because we had a very public lawsuit I was dealing with lawyers and all sorts of stuff, and it was not what I enjoy. So I just kind of had that realization that I'd gotten myself so far removed from getting. In there and really working on brands and building brands, and that's what I really loved and I wanted to get back to doing that but I wanted to do it on my terms. You know I was sort of tired of doing it and having other people call the shots and I just decided you know what I've been doing this long enough time for me to walk the walk. And do it for myself. Wow and isn't that? Like. US. Entrepreneurs entrepreneurs the same with I. Think Everyone we get tired of doing that for someone else being stressed out in being underappreciated. Undervalued we say, Hey, we have that expertise. We're going to take it upon ourselves and and walk our own road. So I always love hearing the stories but tell me. Now, you're in the beauty space but tell me how did you come until the people? What? What exactly I'm talking about? Tell me how you decided to do. What you're doing I mean, no path is ever that straightforward right when I laughed I didn't know that was what I was going to be doing. I actually started a brand consultancy with a partner and we were doing a lot of work with startups helping them figure out the brand positioning brand story, their narrative, their content and I really like that because I felt I was making an impact again I could really see the business and see the impact. But. Then, of course, fate stepped in and I took a turn because I met my partner James. Who I actually met through my husband and James had been at clairol twenty years in the hair industry a long time and was like Uber Producer and had transitions the advertising world and my husband and I met an advertisement. So that was the connection. So James is this really intensely passionate individual. I have not met many people like him in my life because he spent about ten years working on these formulations for hair care. So you asked me what the beauty businesses it's clean. Hair care. And it's really hard to make clean haircare. It took him a really long time. He found the insane ingredient called Macabre Northeast? Japan which I'll talk about later but. I met James and He gave me some products to try and it was just one of those things where it's like, Oh, I gotta do this. So we decided to partner were a really great Yin and Yang because she is like the product innovation. Like like almost like the mad professor. And I'm like the business person I'm the one who's like. Like let's figure out partnerships and you know which salons we want to be affiliated with. Our go to market stor strategy and what are we going to do an Amazon and all that stuff so I'm doing all this stuff I love and he's doing a list of he loves in it's awesome. So James is he a myst-? He's not which is even more interesting. It's like he knows enough to be a chemist honestly because he's done so much research. But. He's he's not a chemist. So what he does do is drive our Kennison sane because he will do his own digging on ingredients and be constantly peppering with them with what about this what about that? Can we take this one out? This one is on a maybe on the dirty lists maybe we need to rethink it may end up and. They are awesome. With is really brick chemists in Chicago. And they have so much patience, God, bless them. They really do and James is so lovely. But he does throw a lot their way and they they handle it beautifully. So I think there is definitely collaboration between staines and our chemists that gets to the final product. Okay. So your company is called Masami So, and you said it's clean premium hair care. Tell me exactly what that means. So we basically created hair care products, which is shampoo conditioner styling cream and shines serum where we took out the sulfates, parabens and phthalates which are sort of the big knows. That everybody agrees on there. A lot of ingredients that people don't agree on. That's what's so difficult about clean beauty. But. Those three pretty much everybody agrees on we took those out. It's really hard to do in hair care because those are the things that create censorial experiences and suds and. A sense of feeling of clean people like. You have to find alternative ingredients to replace them at. We wanted the products to still feel very luxurious in high-performing. And when James was created wny's. He intuitively knew without knowing the way I I worked on here care for a bunch of my career and I know from consumer insight and Research Perspective hydration is the number one issue for consumers. James. Didn't know that he just intuitively knew. That people would always complain and their hair would be dry and it be fried and he'd be dealing with models at clairol where he took color their hair colored back and so he kind of just knew that if you solve hydration pretty much everyone's Harish isn't actually the truth you can your hair we shinier healthier less frizzy more manageable fuller. All the things you want with when it's just properly hydrated. So now I'm sorry. Go ahead. No No. So I was just wondering is this haircare can it be used on all types of hair? We tested it on. Every type of hair we could find. We did quite a bit of extensive a consumer testing. our chemists are also African American and they tested it on themselves above. because. They're like, you know. Torture tests and and I knew if they were happy with the products and they would actually use the products that a lot of other people would be happy with them as well. So we tested them to sort of crew that out and see is that actually the case and test it on all types of Asian. Hair we tested it on like my kind of hair which is very straits and thin and colored. tested on in a super course hair super curly hair. I would say. It's not like there's no product that's going to be one hundred percent everybody. But. We felt that we could make a product that was going to work for like ninety percent of people and I think that's been proven out so far since we've launched the people that really like it the most tend to be on the ends of the spectrum what I mean by that is either like me like very thin. Fine. Just not good hair. Or very course very curly unmanageable hair people that have looked good hair to start with. They don't see as much benefit you know because it's like. They were already at nine out of ten. So it's like music lesson. Okay fine. It's a little bit better, but it's the people that have more challenges that really see the benefit. that's very interesting So tell me what this key ingredient is and how did you come guys come to find it. So the key ingredient is called Mkaku. It's Japanese Osha Botanical and James found it because he was visiting Masa and that's by the way James. Husband. But also the inspiration for our name 'cause Masa is really are muse. James Masa have been together for I think about fourteen fifteen years something like that and James would go to Moss's hometown not SUCI Japan Wrestler grew up it's actually where the soon. Nami hitting twenty eleven in got flattened. Still, rebuilding it. It's I. was there last year year and a half ago actually and it's it's amazing. It's It's beautiful but it's still not back to what it was before the synoptic but anyway James Go back with Masa visit his family and was just always amazed at how healthy and young everyone looked in was really curious about their diets and how they think about how. Their personal routines and he saw that they were eating this ocean botanical that comes right from the bay they're pretty much daily, but then they would also put it in there. He haircare in on their skincare and they all look like they're about twelve. Maybe. Moss mother is like wait a minute. We look like we could be like sisters you're like. She she's really beautiful. So. but she looked so much younger than she is right. She just look straight and so they just have this. Different approach to health. You know it's it's an it's not like you know the American approach where we consume a lot of sugar and fat and preservatives and things in our diet that are not good for us, and again in our beauty products all the same things like there's a lot of stuff in our beauty products that are toxic me ninety percent of hair care that's on the market today has toxic ingredients in it so. Yeah. Not. Good Yeah I know and from property for about ten years or more. Now I've been very cognizant and watching what I put as far as skincare and haircare and things like that. So getting things without the sulfates and all those things that you should not have is very important to me. So. You had this twisted fate once you left your advertising. And it. Brought you to hair care now was it first and foremost? Always hair care was it something else and how did you just say, okay, this is what we're going to start. We're going to do the champion conditioner and serum, and are you thinking about branching out doing cosmetics? So James was super focused on hair and the irony is I already explained I. Don't have good hair and he's fought. So here we are. You know people that are hair challenged launching a haircare brand, but he's always been about hair because he spent a lot of fear and I spent a lot of my career doing hair. Well, I work on Loria nexus also done a lot of beauty. Clinic can be she and other things like that but but he'd been really focused on really perfecting his formulations and it took him almost ten years to do. So when I met him, they were pretty much like I. Don't know maybe eighty, five, percent there, eighty, eighty, five, percent ready tweak them a little bit more. We did more testing we made them even a little cleaner. and so that was really the idea is to to solve that hair challenge But I will say we're already working on more products in the pipeline. His Jane's can't stop himself. He's just one of these like you know. Always always thinking always producing. So we have three products that were working on. That are GONNA launch early next year. But to answer your question about what else I mean we've talked about actually going into body care and going into nutrition because people eat mkaku. They don't just song they don't just put it in their their personal care. So it's like it's interesting to think about holistic wellness and for body care people love our sense and the texture of our products. So people have asked US repeatedly can make a body lotion. And my answer is yes but not now like we just we have to get our haircare launch first. And then at some point, I would love to do that is I would like it you. Yeah that makes sense especially if it's all natural and has. Great Properties about it. I would love to have something like that and I think about son who has extra. And as a child as a baby I went from thing to thing to thing trying to get something to help him out. The venos- to every just everything under the sun because the poor kid scratch himself and you would just see his arms bloody. So that's very important and I and I asked about the cosmetics because I do see that you've have that in your background as well, and I was thinking well. Clean. Hair care. Clean cosmetics something like that would actually work well. But when you said the body products Oh yeah. That's actually that's a good companion as well. Yeah because think about it. We're all about hydration right in your body and skin needs that too. So I would definitely like to do that at some point We have so much to do just with what we've made so far you know and the other thing that's interesting about our products. IS THAT THEIR GENDER NEUTRAL? So the sentence not overly feminine, it's sort of a fresh clean. Light sent and. So there's things we create men to. So wow. Yeah. Wow Yeah see my wills attorney to enough to get. Oh Yeah. They could do this. They can do that. So where are where can we get the products are since they are premium hair care? What are their the price range? Are they in exclusive stores or can I go? To the comments storing yet it. So I guess if you think of Amazon is the common store you can get there. That's my comments store. So we're on, Amazon the products are priced sort of the same of pricing as an rn cocoa or a living proof. More. SORT OF ABRUZZO GIO type of price range which means were premium. We've really cure ingredients. We get our Macabre Puerto Right from Japan. So that is are expensive. Agreements are not cheaper that way, but we wanted to use topnotch products in top notch get. So a chronic retail four, thirty, eight dollars for the ten ounce shampoo or conditioner. And thirty six hours for our styling cream and thirty dollars for our shines serum. You can also buy the products on our website, which is loved Mazda meet Com. We often have deals via. Our. Newsletter our email. So if you WANNA, get a coupon sign up for our e Mail on our website and we. Do stuff around the holidays. Yeah. That's and then we all we also could be. A big one I almost forgot mentioned it. We are also sold at spoken wheel, which is a nationwide chain of salons I hate to say chain they're not a chain they are like perfectionists they are. They have eight locations nationwide. So they have La San Francisco Palo Alto New York to New York Chicago. Nashville Boston. Outlet Yeah so they are now hearing our products and also using them on. At the back bar so you can try them outer and then you feel like it. Wow that's great. That sounds really I mean and your prices are. I mean I think they're fine because I've bought premium products in their they're in that same price radio. Yeah I think it's very well priced not a problem at aw. So wow, this is this amazing. I was like ooh hair care of never never talked to anyone who passed on hair care. So it's very interesting and in your background is just so impressive with brands that you have dealt with your partner James You said, he has had a long. History of it. Now did James Leave his corporate job and he's doing this now to yes. So it just against serendipity. he ended up leaving his advertising job and. Just. The timing of everything worked out brilliantly and we are pretty much fulltime. You know we've got a team of about eight people that are not full-time but are some and passionate and really good at what they do. So we have you know your person and a digital acquisition person in Seo person in all that stuff that you need these days to build to build a brand. Really. but. We feel very fortunate that we have such such great talented people to work with and that we can do this I mean. You know my days are so fun now compared to. When I was dealing with the the lawyers everyday. That's of a so. Yes. So it's been really for me. It's been really fulfilling, but I'm glad to hear you say that you don't think the pricing is out of whack. You know it depends on people's mindset I find because there are people that are more like you. You're more evolved. You know about clean beauty, you look for products that deliver that. You want performance to you know. And people like that are willing to pay a little bit more because they understand what goes into it. And, they prioritize having products at work you know and and then there are people that just don't care like the RAV and spend two dollars in its level right? They just don't see why. Would spend that kind of money on. Shampoo. And I it just depends on your your mindset. You know you know that is so true and it's funny because I was going to say that you have people who go and buy the I. Say Drugstore for you know for lack of better drugstore products and they're just fine with it like I'm always shocked at women who say you know I'm like, okay wh- what. Kind of make up. Do you have on there like Oh whatever I find in in the supermarket and I'm like, Oh, really you under your make from the supermarket. Okay you know and I'm just like how do you do that? So yes, it does depend on your your mindset because I want to make sure that the things that I'm putting on skin in my body are. Things that are going to be beneficial net things that are going to harm me. So I will pay that extra money to get a clean product that I know that. Five years from now. You know I won't be getting a letter saying okay. Now you have cancer because. This product, right Now, you're right. Yeah. So that's that's very important. Yeah, and it just it depends in who you're talking to but I think the market is great and I think you guys have good following. So how long have you been in business only since February? Oh Wow. Yeah we launched we launched it New York fashion week, actually in February. Wow. So how things going? Really actually. You know I can't complain they've been they've been really good despite all the craziness around us. I think there are more people that are tuning into their health and looking at. Ut in clean beauty clean products in general So feel like we're definitely on trend. And I think people want self care right now as well? So that's good and I think a salons open hopefully will build even more partnerships there and. Insert good. Yes I would imagine. You want to put this in salons everywhere that you possibly can. So that not only can someone get it at Amazon if they go to whatever salon go to get their hair done at a be one of those things were only I need a bottle of shampoo so they can pick it up there as well. Yeah in my whole thing is the more people that try it. That's a best marketing because when people try it they. A lot of people I can't say every single person, right but a lot of people feel and see the difference after just one use and they're like, wow. So, a big part of our strategy launching Liz like how do we get in a samples and get as many people can try also on salons and obvious an obvious way to do that. So That's a part of our our strategy for sure. Now, you may be doing this but I'm going to ask as far as your strategy. Do you have like a starter pack a starter kit that someone can got get like? So the shampoo, the conditioner maybe they're syrup all in abundant for price or do I have to buy each thing individually? No, we do. We actually have wait we call a travel kit there they're sort of a luxury size samples of all four products and ask been a way for people to get in because they'll try. They'll decide you know. Some people, it's interesting. Some people love the Shine Sam and some people love the silent green. Other people just WANNA stick with the shampoo and conditioner, but it's a great way to try it for sure. And I can get that on Amazon You can't travel kit on Amazon you can get that on our website. Okay. because. It's funny. We're actually talking because the other day I was thinking, you know I need new new hair products. I'm using some that I actually. Order online because you can't get them in the store and I like them but I will say I. Wonder if I can get something a little bit better so I'm actually going to go on your website and Look for that pack to give me a little kit to start off with knows I may. Be a convert. That would be amazing. So where are you guys located? I'm kind of everywhere, but we're really in new. York City. Okay. Okay. Great. Well, that's the hub. That's the place to be to get everything out there. Oh Wow. So I'm going to go into the questions. So are you ready? Yes fire away. Okay who are what motivates you? I would say my kids because. They're so interesting in other nineteen, seventeen and. Stuff that they're into and then try and explain to me why I can't go on Tiktok it's not cool. Yeah, okay, I WANNA know. So I always learn from them and that's motivating. What demotivates you? Bad negative people I just I don't do well with people that are pessimists or just sour grapes or just negative. I'm an optimist at heart and I I like to see the glass half full. When was the time that something was said or done to hurt you but it worked out for your good. I would say you know maybe this was would be a situation. Oh, I. Know I had someone give me a performance review. And they're going to be women listening to this that will will be nodding. Along hopefully that I'm not I'm not the only person a told me I was too direct. Oh that all the time. Thank you see. And you know at the time it was said in a mean way like it was a thing I had to fix. Realized I don't want to fix it. It's actually a benefit and yes, there are ways to be direct and not nice and there ways to be directed. Nice. So at probably made more of an effort to be the nicer direct. But it was definitely one of those things like I don't think I want to change that. You know. all the so funny. Yeah. Has Someone told me that in a workplace to? Your to direct you should you should change I like what? I'm right now I don't think so. Okay. What is your fear? I don't do well when I'm doing nothing. So like. Like if I like if the Internet went down. And we are stuck inside because Cova. Ed. And I'm literally like in this little apartment and can't do anything. I would go stir crazy because I am somebody who gets my. Energy from heart activity. So that is like, I, just can't sit still. Is a time when you wish you had done something that you did. I. Mean I probably wish. I. Would have left the AD business a little sooner than I did. Because I really didn't enjoy it at my last job at all. And I kind of knew what I was signing up for a new is going to be hard. But you know sometimes you get yourself on this hamster wheel where you think like that's what you have to do because that's what you know. And Yeah I wish I probably should have gotten out but then again, look at against serendipity if I have. quit a few years before I might not met James and might be doing something else and that might not happen. So true. So true. Is there time that you wish you had not done something? that I wish I had not done something Well, I kinda just set it like maybe not taking that last job I took. Yeah, you know like that would have saved me a whole lot of angst. I learned from it too I mean it was painful but it was a learning experience so. I guess it was worth something. Yeah I you know nothing. Happens. Just happens right reason for something. What is your definition of success? You know for me it is about like building something positive in the world. It's as simple as that I know it sounds sort of quaint but. You know I just think There are a lot of. Products and brands that are not great. And being able to make something that's high quality and good and good for you and good for environment were always trying to evolve and get better. So we're not we're not perfect. It will fully fully acknowledged that. But striving to make things that are you more sustainable, more breakthrough, more more you know. Healthier. I think is really exciting. That's what I would think is a success. Okay Miss Productivity, how do you recharge? Okay that one's easy because I've started doing yoga every single day in lockdown. At found this Yoga I've been talking about her all the time. This woman must be thinking like who is this woman in a Yorkie keeps talking about? But this. Youtuber called Yoga by Adrian and she does online courses on YouTube. So you can do anytime you want they're not classes where you have to be there at a certain time and. I found that when I do it every single day it definitely helps me reset recharge start the day. You know it's just been a really good practice. So I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Attempt to do that as long as I. Hand I don't know we'll see. What are you awesome at? I would say my superpower is in building high performing teams on really good at identifying what other people are good at and helping them realize and see their capabilities and bringing it out and then putting those people together to make like. Magic happen. What legacy do you want to leave? I mean I would love. Ramasamy, TO BE A. Highly regarded high-quality successful in those standards ran that my my kids could it's some point point to say. That's amazing. You know my kids have seen my husband and I in work situations for a long time and I think most of them, turn them off. Because they see us come home and get frustrated inventing and. and I I would love for them to see the possibilities of making something that they wanna. Make you know? It's not that they don't want them to love my business. It's not like they should but I want them to see that they could do that too I. Guess. Yeah Yeah I get that. Give the listeners. One motivational takeaway. I would say. One thing that I learned in my career and I wish I status to women all the time. And I wish I didn't have to but you don't get if you don't ask. If you want something. You can't think that just because you're hard worker and you're really good at your job and you show up every day motivated. It doesn't mean anything people won't give you things unless they know that you want them and they don't know that you want them unless you say it. And so for a long time, I was the person who had put my head down and I never asked for anything and I just felt like I shouldn't have to I, work speaks for itself without a stupid. Men are asking for things all the time and they're getting s so it's like you shouldn't feel bad about asking for things. I've learned that late in my career and I just think that's something. You shouldn't have to you should do you should do as early as possible. Agree Yeah men men going and do it all the time and it's like Oh. Wow. He's a great negotiator and women do it. It's like Oh. Can you believe she's acting like it's like being told you know your direct right? It's like a woman ask for four day WORKWEEK and it's like, oh my. She did that and then a guy will come in and ask for a twenty thousand dollar raise. They won't even Blake. You know what I mean. It's just I know. So anyway, that's always my was pushed women to like don't complain just demand. Yes yes I. Oh yes. I'm so glad you said it because. I felt that way for a long time. He's yes definitely. So Lynn, tell the listeners how they connect with you We've talked about the products but tell them again where they can find the products and whatever else you have on your horizons that you want them to stay in tune for. Yeah. Sure. So you can find the products as I said on Amazon or on our website, which is Love Moss Dot Com. You can follow us on any of our social channels which were on all of them including TIKTOK. Love Masamichi hair and my my personal on link. Din. You can find me only dinner or Lynn powered is my social handle on much everything? Oh Wow. When you know I thank you for taking time out of your busy day to be on training talk. It has been interesting I learned something new Who knew that you could find a product in the middle of you know Japan and the ocean and make it a hair product but. Yeah I'm. GonNa try it. Awesome. Well. I really appreciate it and thank you so much and let me know what you think. If you like Trina, talk please don't forget to go out apple podcasts of subscribe. Also, who else in your life do you know that needs some motivation and inspiration in their live? Don't forget to share train of talk with them. I hope you have a great week and remember if you change your mindset, you can change your life keeps driving because success is a journey, not a destination.
Cavani won't be going to Madrid, Liverpool ready to challenge Madrid for Mbappe
"Welcome back to the Rail Madrid podcast and after twenty rows of reflection on the Drawer with Saute Dad. The general feeling is that whilst it wasn't the Wind Dade Hope for there is a preference for a positive outlook. Of course, there were no goal scored does mean a list of potential forwards are again being linked with that potential move and number one on the list of name which is dominating most of the media outlets is that all Edison Cavani, the player courses, the out of contract and basically available as a free transfer. Forty three year old Ford is looking for a two year. Contract is currently at home on his farm in Uruguay training on waiting for the right offer to arrive the market remains a potential October, the fifth of Media View in general on this issue hasn't really changed Ben Zimmer they say cannot be expected to do everything the biggest surprise war. Some of the commentators in the president media from the weekend is the factor to Eurovision Myra. Both on the bench did not get any game time also interested remembering Cavani athletic after that forward department is. Reshaping. Murata is in cheering and of a offset to have this verbal agreement where the Lewis swatted remember sedans comments is well be press conference this week until October. The fifth anything is possible with regard to players coming in and flares going our about this. By all of this remember the club are maintaining the stance which has been clear up to now that will be no new arrivals this year primarily. Due to this possibility of salary reductions for the current squad coming into play of course, due to the current crisis Cova crisis, which is in -veloping the globe at the moment Jan was asked in case you missed it why he didn't play Yoga your data. Meyer. Out His reply was I have nothing against the elevate your everybody else but we had many available and I went with what feed the game plan. The squad happy back in four trading today and aside from Mariana who's recovering from tonsillitis and Media Tab who's in the gym everybody trained and that is including sincere and has are both were out on the pitch. A little bit more on has out in a few minutes. Time Tony Cruz has been talking about is admiration of Captain, Sergio Ramos, and some of his latest broadcast he said that he is quite simply the best captain played under when Ramos has an opinion he said he expresses without reservation I've learned a great deal from him. He's at he leads by absolute example on his coach Dan? He added he is incredibly good. At managing a group of stop players, he's he understands them all and has everything under control to could was widely praised in the media over the last twenty, four hours for his contribution in the game on Sunday evening he was talking about the team he said, we're happy with the organization. He's the only thing this on Sunday obviously was a go. You do have to give the opposition some credit here nobody is going to find it easy to come here and win games remember as well. He added we haven't had much preseason given times. The goals will come and ask important he added don't forget we did start with a clean sheet. Bamboo name is up in lights again across the media particularly in France as they speculating on what will happen to PSG star man in the next year as as reveals that Madrid on the only club. Liverpool creditable alternative have been in contact on more than one occasion and a staying instead in contact. But Madrid, they add still remained the favorites due to backpack desire to play for one of his idols, which is of course Zenit in. G here is speculation will be rife for the next ten months until the players own plans are revealed, just returning to eat in has as we said, he has been out straightening today, but there is this fear of being in back to early and that is that he could end up being another iron Robert or indeed Gareth Bale whose careers were constantly plagued by niggling injuries at times never really seemed to heal. So as far as return date is concerned, well WTI. Is Really asking any questions at the moment they're leaving it to the medical staff at Madrid and Z. Dan to make the call when. The time is right although there are a few speculating, but he could be ready or used in some small part in the game against. Real Betis coming up this weekend some media continuing to talk about and see impatience with Yovich Iskoe with regard to that conditioning. He wasn't happy with the state of that preparedness on returning three weeks ago and improvement is said to have been slow Yovich of the picked up on this, and some of you might have seen the videos appearing on social media him today scoring goals in training There's also speculation about whether or not tzu-dan now thinks it's worth keeping him here. Or. Whether he should go out on loan, he has said that he prefers a move back to Bundesliga and preferably back to. Frankfurt now, hell swear across the media. There is a multitude of speculative headlines with stories, linking plays with moves to Madrid. Let's look at some of today's most prominent. Beginning with row human earth. Now, if you were watching the primarily last night, you may well have seen him score very good goal against Manchester City, as in his third season with wolves the Mexican International, clearly, very much more at home than he was when he first landed in Europe a few years back when he went to athletic. Madrid. Just one goal in twenty one appearances Madagans severe back in September of twenty four t now he moved quickly on that until you Ben Fica but it's in the primarily where he really has it come to life not two goals in seventy appearances for wolves. Likelihood of a deal here doesn't look great. He's got three years left on his contract wars would put up a struggle to resist especially with no ready made replacement. Well. If not him about Federico Key as a whole field and Tina has been linked to gain in the last couple of days son all enrico the suit to be twenty three year old attacking midfielder is in his sixth season in Florence. Law season with a hat trick in my recall gains at Bologna on the penultimate day of the season, where took him into double figures for the first time in his career chances of a deal here could be higher is age will one? He's yet twenty-three. So most of his career is in front of him and his contract ends in two, thousand, twenty two and having been just one club or his entire career. He may now feel the time is right to switch sooner rather than later and Fiorentina will not want to lose him for nothing either worth keeping an eye out for. That just about wraps it up. Then for today's review, I'll be back on Friday as we look ahead to Ray Al Bettys at the weekend forget you can catch up with all of the previous episodes off the podcast by the website, www dot remedy postal come ovalles, any of the major streaming providers thanks for your company. Today we'll forward to joining you again on Friday for me Tim capable till then by now.
Why Itches Spread, Ancient Vending Machine, and Not Realizing When Your Beliefs Change
"Hi, curiosity dot com to help you get smarter in just a few minutes on Cody gov. And I'm actually Hamer today, you learn about the world's first vending machine that was invented nearly two thousand years ago, and why you probably don't realize it when your beliefs change. We'll also answer a listener question about why scratching niche can make it spread? Let's spread some curiosity. The world's first vending machine is two thousand years old care to guests, would it. Dispensed eminem's. So I don't think around at the time. Well, like an early predecessor like holy water. Oh, like is that what you call energy drinks, spiritual energy, actually, I really can't confirm the caffeine content in holy water. Two thousand years ago. But I can tell you that ancient churches were pretty happy with this invention the point of origin of the vending machine. I'm talking about is Egypt during the first century CE Egypt was controlled by Rome at that time. And this vending machine was designed by the Roman Heron of Alexandria. Hereon invented a bunch of things back in the day, but this object, I'm talking about is something that looked like any old pitcher at first glance. But this pitcher could dispense a set amount of holy water. Whenever a coin was dropped in this lot at the top this strange device solved a major problem that the churches of his town were struggling with C before you could enter certain temples in Egypt at the time you had to cleanse yourself with sanctified water, but it was too much trouble to the priests to have to hand out the water at the door blessing. Each handful as they did. And when the priestess left a large pool of pre blessed water for worshippers to us. They inevitably helped themselves too far more water than they needed, just like Halloween candy just like Halloween candy. The vending machine changed all of that. The priests could just bless the water in the vending machine, then leave it at the door to meet out a reasonable amount and do a little fundraising to boot when a heavy enough Quyen was dropped in the slot of the top it. It would pull out a stopper and let the water flow freely until a counterweight, sealed it closed, again, the next major advance in vending machine technology came about eighteen hundred years later, when the invention of instant coffee, made coffee dispensers, a reality, but as for the mechanics of the machine, itself, they were pretty much the same thing as herons device. Maybe it's not surprising that his design would survive the millennia. He was a renaissance man who predated the renaissance. Luckily, for modern snack companies he wasn't too protective of his intellectual property. We got a listener question from Julian, who asks is there any biological reason for why once you scratch an issue in your back it spreads to other parts? I know once I asked my girlfriend at scratch, my back, I immediately asked her to go higher or lower after the initial each great question Julian, yes, there is a biological reason for this. And scientists actually know the answer. So for a long time, we thought that itching was just a mild form of pain. All we. Now know that pain and itchy each have their own sets of pathways and chemical signals pain is still the number one way to cure an inch. I mean scratching slapping even intense heat or cold can make an Iskoe away and in a study published in the journal neuron in two thousand fourteen scientists dug deeper into why when you scratch, it sends pain signals to the brain, which scientists think interfere with those original signals to calm your but it also does something else. It makes your brain respond to those pain signals by producing the neurotransmitter serotonin to control the pain the problem with that is it serotonin also activates nerve cells in the spinal cord that are responsible for relaying each signals from your brain to your skin. So what happens those ist specific nerve cells, get all excited and start sending more signals to your brain, which tells your mouth to tell the person's scratching your back. Oh, higher. No lower a little left that might sound like. Malfunction of your nervous system. But it's not all bad news, identifying the interaction between surrogate Onen and those nerve cells has the potential to help scientists develop drugs that can calm itchiness in people with chronic skin conditions. Thanks for your question Julian. If you have a question, send it in to podcast at curiosity dot com, today's episode sponsored by arm and hammer in their new cloud control cat, litter. You're loving this arch. Ashley. Yes, I am. I love talking about my cat. Do you know what an aglet is Cody because that's my cat's name. I think you'd be that. What is an exit? It's the plastic thing on the end of your shoelace. That's what you name your cat after. It's an interesting word, and I thought it was a good name for her. I mean, I would have gone with LOKI. Okay. Do you think she looks like a low-key kinda because she's a calico Katie? Right. I'm pretty sure my friend Blake has a cat named LOKI. That's alco interesting, not sure. But I don't think that he has cloud control cat litter. Which I think you should probably get right? Because. Regular cat, litter can kick up all these dust storms into your face. When you're trying to clean litterbox, which is already a chore. That is no fun to do. So that's why arm and hammer created new cloud control litter. There's no cloud of nasties when I scoop, it's one hundred percent dust free free of heavy perfumes and helps reduce airborne dander from scooping. So what happens in the litterbox stays in the litterbox. Right. If you're a cat owner, then you definitely want to check this out new cloud control cat, litter by arm and hammer. More power to you may believe were rational thinkers with open minds, ready to be swayed by convincing evidence, but in reality research suggests that when your beliefs change you probably don't even realize it because your brain fights attempt to be open minded, and your brain Hanes being wrong so much that it actually adjusts your memories to make you right in retrospect, this is science. That might make you reevaluate your mind, shortcomings, and. Careful about being persuaded in the future. A study from researchers at grand valley state university, where looking to find whether people were even aware that a persuasive article had changed their minds. They recruited more than two hundred undergraduate volunteers and asked them to share their beliefs about whether spanking children was an effective form of discipline. The researchers picked this topic because previous research had shown that people are more likely to change their mind. When it's about something they don't know a lot about, and they don't feel very strongly about. I mean it's likely a lot of these undergraduate college students didn't have kids, thus probably not very strong feelings. The students I filled out a pre screening survey that rated their beliefs, then two months later, after enough time had passed to forget the survey, the students were given articles to read the presented arguments, either in favor of or against the effectiveness of spanking after they answered questions about the article's contents. They again, rated their beliefs, and we're also. Asked to recall their beliefs from the beginning of the study as could be expected for an issue. They didn't know a lot about reading articles for or against spanking was enough to change the students minds. But when they were asked to recall, what they believed that the beginning of the study, the students remembered their previous beliefs aligning more closely with their new beliefs than they actually. Did the researchers blame poor meta, cognitive awareness and proposed that people do not monitor changes in beliefs? But rather use the information they have on hand in the moment to reconstruct their previous beliefs. Of course, this study only looked at an issue that the students didn't feel strongly about and didn't have much knowledge in. It's probable that people will be less affected when they believe something more strongly or when they're experts on a certain issue, confirming those ideas, we'll take more research. But in the meantime, be aware of your mind shortcomings, you might be more easily. Persuaded than you think before we wrap up. We want to give a special shout out to Muhammed Jaffa's, Dr Mary Yancey, who were executive producers for today's episode thanks to their generous support on patriotic. Thank you so much. If you're listening in, you want to support curiosity daily, then visit patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com all spelled out. Join us again tomorrow for the award winning curiosity daily and learn something new in just a few minutes. I'm Ashley Hamer and Cody gov. Stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.
Frisco: Its Not Just for Tourists
"I met this week's question asker near a playground in Oakland's Chinatown may name is renowned Yang. I grew up in Oakland, California when Reno was growing up she came here. A lot to hang out with her friends after school her family spoke Chinese at home. So she relied on these friends to learn the local lingo my friends. They're the ones who taught me all the slang words that I know like this one though, save Frisco is Frisco that so I was safe Iskoe Rena used the nickname four years and didn't think much of it until one day when she was sitting next to a co worker at the guy just threw out the where Frisco she stops me or she kinda looks at me says wait, I thought people don't like that name. And I said really I didn't think so suddenly Rena felt like an outsider a thrown us what's happening ever since then it's been bugging her. So she wanted to know why do San Franciscans not like, the nickname? Frisco. This is baked curious the show where we answer your questions about the bay area. I'm Alan price. Today. We try to make heads or tails of the Frisco debate. Bay curious is brought to you by the institute on aging a bay area nonprofit, providing personalized home care for aging adults throughout the bay area. Live in hourly care for aging loved ones is provided in the comfort of their own homes. I o aging dot org reporter Vinnie tongue takes it from here. So you wanna know how annoyed people get by Frisco. Pretty annoyed. No, I keep it as San Francisco when people say like Frisco, or they did bothers me for some reason friscos opposed to be not the right way to call. It just never have liked the sound of it seems really truncated and kind of almost offensive how about s. Possibly and Frisco. No. No, no, no. Clearly, people take this really personally. But despite all that hate there are a lot of people who love Frisco, like the owners of this tattoo shop in the mission is called Frisco tattooed Joey Wilson, he and his wife Lila own this place now born and raised in San Francisco. Joey's the kind of guy you want on your side if a fight breaks out in a bar. He wears sunglasses indoors he's got lots of tattoos. There's one on his wrist in fancy lettering. That says Frisco, what parents always called it that there were blue collar workers. It was just something that was instilled in me as a kid when I was a little kid. I think I was twelve or thirteen those a bike shop called Frisco. Choppers and race down there on the bus down Valencia street just to buy a t-shirt that said Frisco in big bold letters because that was like the coolest today. Joey's in the Hells Angels the Frisco chapter. Joe his wife. Lila says they have lots of friends who've love Frisco as much as they do a lot of our friends. Join is friends are kind of small business owners in the city here, actually and really are owners of the name Frisco. We have Frisco boxing. We have four thousand five clothing. We have. We had Frisco choppers that years back and just really the kind of route and background of that name in really took it far with t shirts and tattoos. And you know, religious blew up that name sounds like joy Wilson inherited this word from members of his family, and we actually heard from other people who associate this word with an earlier generation. Yeah. I think they're partly right. I met up with Charles frock you to see how far back this name goes. He's the founder of the San Francisco historical society. He says nobody knows for sure. But he does have a theory. I wanna fill who's been drinking too much. Good to be back numbers Frisco. You know, it's kind of contraction in that makes more sense frock you think's Frisco popped up in the late eighteen hundreds maybe on some sheet music. Others think maybe during the gold, rush Frisco was probably in its heyday when the ports were strong here around the time of the second World War in the nineteen forties. Kind of a working round period of time. The poured was thriving lots of spoiled ninety factories here. Those kind of friscos kind of because I said it was kinda working toward the other thing too. No, not long after people started using it. Other people started hating it. They said only out of town or is used it tourists, basically, San Francisco's self proclaimed emperor. The Brit Joshua Abraham Norton supposedly banned the use of Frisco in eighteen seventy two and said whoever used it would have to pay twenty five dollar fine. But that's not been verified one person. We do know hate in the word. Herb cain. Herb cain. The revered writer for the San Francisco Chronicle when he wrote about the city people listened hurricane made San Francisco. Oh into almost a village by the fact that he has caused a very popular was kind of lingua franca about about the cane came along after the city had grown from a dinky west coast outpost into a gold, rush BoomTown with saloons and devante Trie and later into a city that looked more like the east coast and European cities wanted to imitate he wanted San Francisco to be more classy more chic his book. Don't call it Frisco came out in nineteen Fifty-three. Don't call it Frisco. It's San Francisco because it was named after Saint Francis of Assisi, and because Frisco is a nickname. That reminds the city uncomfortably of the early brawling boisterous days of the Barbary coast and the cribs and sailors who were Shanghaied and because Frisco shows disrespect for a city that has now big and proper and respectable. And because only tourists call a Frisco anyway, and you don't want to be taken. In for a tourist do you? So that's I think what it became Potter virtual contentious frock. Yes. Says canes book ruined the nickname people wanted to seem proper and cultured. So they listened to Kane and shunned it and now people like Joey Wilson wanna know, why canes opinion should matter more than there's I mean Cain was born in Sacramento. So that's the question. Why does it upset you to call? It. I go give us a reason. And who are you to tell us what we can. And can't do them. I'm from here, I'm born and raised here. So I think I got rights to call it wherever I want working on this story. One day, I grabbed a lift and got to talking with the driver a guy named Lorenzo. Beasley are grew up on the bottom of the city and small neighborhood called visitation valley. More of the I guess you call it the urban community like like blacks are Spanish in the city. Those people always grew up using that way Lorenzo says you hear it in visitation valley of play like view feel more Charles hill the mission. Especially the mission. So the strong there is. I asked him who doesn't like Frisco slug a higher class of people. I guess like people who stay like a knob meals and stuff it look at it. It's like slang as definitely a a been a snob. The host nothing volved in it for Lorenzo whether or not you use Frisco says what neighborhood you're from now when I met Lorenzo I was on my way to the baby you I met a Stanford linguist Theresa Pratt at a restaurant known for its chicken lanes. Yeah. I'll take that one to ten with the lemon chicken. Lemon in a drink. Where at Frisco fried. I believe it's mostly fried chicken that looks like they have some fish on the menu in the baby you on third street. Pratt said when you wanna talk about language and word choice like nicknames. You're virtually always talking about money and power institutions that have power people that have power haven't have an interest in maintaining that the way that they speak is the right way to spend great because that helps them because it it's coupled with this ideology, that's really widespread that there is a quote right way to speak or a way of speaking that gets you ahead language has cultural capital, right? So it's something like knowing exactly where to put your forks at the end of a meal. So the words we use are really markers to show other people where we fit in to society and nicknames are even more like that knowing which one to use and which one not to use is kind of like telling people where you belong which gets us back. Back to Reno. Our question asker who suddenly felt out of place because she was called out for using this word in the wrong way for someone. Correct. The on that kinda like oh. I haven't wrong this whole time. Well, Rena we have some good news for you. That's right. Herb cain. The arbiter of taste eventually flip-flopped on Frisco. A couple of times in the ninety s we've built our anti Frisco bias on some shaky ground Novyny. I have to ask you after all this reporting. Are you pro or anti Frisco, definitely pro Frisco, it's punchy and kind of cute totally endearing and I've got Joey Wilson the guy got rights to call it wherever I want and even to pock on my side. Stolz skull. Plus is this city really a place for snobs thinks many anytime, and thanks to reading hang for her question this week in Vinnie story, you also heard the voices of onc- ceann, Linda Lucero, Tom Scholz, and Bob Brandis who are interviewed on the streets of burner heights and the mission. I'm Lydia Allen price bay curious is made at K Q E D in Frisco. If you like the cooler another podcast, you should check out his bake curious each week, they answer listener question like is the Castro getting less gay. 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Startup Playbook: Hiring the Right People
"This is startup playbook and alternatives podcast series. That shares advice from founders and product teams about how they tackle some of entrepreneurship biggest challenges. I'm your host Marie McCoy Thompson. So longtime listeners of the alternate podcast already know this. But all turtles is a global AI product company on our podcast. We usually talk about artificial intelligence and the startup ecosystem. But something we haven't done in a while is to highlight the teams of people who build all turtles products, we figured it's time. We showcase exactly how they do what they do because alternative product people are creative and passionate and mission driven. I should know. I work alongside them every day. And they have a lot to say about entrepreneurship designing products dealing with competition, and so much more and these are lessons that any startup founder or product greater or anyone interested in the entrepreneurship space should now. So to kick off the series. We'll jump into a topic that startup founders will have to learn early. On in the product process, and that is hiring people their number of people at all turtles who know a lot about hiring, including our CEO, Phil LeBron who makes a guest appearance about halfway through this episode. But today will mostly be hearing from someone else all at him introduce himself. So I'm Jeremy, I'm I'm one of the co founders and CEO disco. I'll explain what disco is in a minute. But let me take a second to talk about Jeremy because he's not someone who's going to spend a lot of time talking about himself. Jeremy is someone who cares deeply about other people like, for example. So our company how to worker treat recently? And at the end of the retreat, we were supposed to be in small groups and go around and express things we appreciate it about our other group members and Jeremy had the best most thoughtful compliments about every single other person in the group he knew how to single. People out and articulate the best contributions that each person had made. He's great at celebrating people and carries about doing not so much that he made it into his livelihood by co founding disco. Let's get into what discount is. Discos away to celebrate your people in your culture inside the tools that you you. So things like slack. Microsoft teams. We kinda help bridge that digital divide and building deeper relationships, and helping you bring your culture online when more people are remote and not working in the same room. So this is how disco works if you use slack or Microsoft teams as software to chat with colleagues at work. You can invite disco to a discussion channel and in doing. So disco will listen for certain key words like kudos, and it will award points or reaction emojis to your colleagues. So for example, if my worker Leah helped me out on something, and I wanna give her public acknowledgment. I'll go into the office wide channel and give her shout out with some disco words like kudos to Leah for helping me with scheduling today. In this. Go will pop up with reactions and points that colleagues can click on to reinforce the celebration. And disco will also attach those reactions to the company's values. So that is what disco is their bread and butter is company culture and they care about each person on a team, but how'd disco build its own team. How did they hire people? Hiring can be a long process as Jeremy says, but thought process has a beginning. I think it's like first figuring out what you need as a company where a technology company a product company. So there's you kind of start with his default. Like, okay, you need somebody who can manage a product. You need a great designer you need as many engineers as you can get your paws on who are both talented. And at this stage. I think it's almost as important to be bought into what you're doing. Finding people regardless of function who are bought into that is is super critical 'cause like this shit is hard, and we're we can't compete with big companies on salary. So there needs to be some deeper meaning of not just financial upside of if the startup works out. But like why go through it? If you're not really passionate about it. The first truly passionate person Jeremy found happened to be sitting right next to him on the couch. When he was outlining the early stages of what disco could be that person was his own brother, Justin. I don't think we ever have formally decided we were gonna work on this together. He just kind of said, hey, I'm going to start working with you that initial higher. I'm doing air quotes, if you wanna call that was pretty informal, but I had known him for a long time for, you know, thirty years he has this infectious energy in its that was kinda my first time when I'm like, I wanna work with people who. Who see it? And and who are going to bring everything that they have to it. He's kind of the best example of that. Then we met Joseph actually, who's the third co founder who he's not a blood, brother. But through this process is basically a brother now through a mutual friend. So discos co-founders came from within Jeremy's network. They were able to join forces and move ahead quickly because they knew each other and they had established trust between them. But they knew if they wanted to build a more diverse and inclusive team they need to expand beyond that, you generally wanna find people who I guess, no. A lot of other people, right? It's a function of how many nodes you have in the network, and it's a function of if you can find those inspiring people that become centers of gravity, then you'll just kind of kinda track more and more talented people to your company actually, finding those centers of gravity these people who can bring. Others in with different backgrounds and perspectives and ways of thinking that requires having a strategy. It's a funnel like you want to get as many qualified people as you can't at the top. We had a bunch of different ways to do that. Like, we would use recruiters. We would go on sites like hired dot com. We would do like more inclusive stuff like women in product and just places that we've felt groups were underrepresented and try and like build out, you know, more diverse team. Jeremy says this kind of process definitely takes time. I think initially I was looking at it. As like, a the right person will just present themselves. I hadn't fully grasped yet. Like how much time and basically fifty percent of my time turned into like, okay? We need to hire this person spending all that time on trying to find someone and having it take longer than you'd think can start to feel discouraging. I think a lot of out sets in it's like shit. Like, I mean, we're all running out of time in grand sense. But. Like, it's very it can be paralyzing most where it's like if I don't make this happen. Then like, I'm not moving the business forward. And I'm not finding the person that is gonna help me move business forward. But I think he just got a kind of a cliche phrase now trust the process and trust that through that process. Getting a better understanding of who you need. But what is that process? And how do you do it? Jeremy team is actually hiring right now, they're hiring engineers. So if you are an engineer, or you know, someone who may be looking for a new opportunity you can check out just disco dot com in this current hiring process. Jeremy is pulling from what he already knows about how to do it. But he's also someone who is always willing and eager to learn more. So he had a conversation with someone who could help give additional pointers. Phil levin. One of the alternatives co-founders. I feel thanks for coming in and talking about hiring today. Hey, thanks for asking. Okay. First question. Forgot the head like a good NPR radio voice. It's very nice. You can't you don't even get in the full experience. I couldn't really experience this early in the day. We're some good banter already. All right. First question. How do you think about hiring the right people? Try not to boy when people ask that question. It's very often the wrong question. I think that the larger questions like how do you assemble a good team part of that is hiring people? But but only a relatively small part. It depends a lot on the stage of the company. So I kind of see it as. This is really four parts to to making a team the first two are hiring. So the the first thing is how do you get as many people as possible top of the funnel cutter identify who you talk to. And then the second one is how to choose to actually make an offer. And then make an offer whatever. And then the third one is want someone actually hired putty deal with career development. How do you make people advance had he make a better job? And then the last one is fire people over those four, I think most people really focus on the second one. Like, how do you make it selection? But of the four the second one is at least the -portant, I think by far are there any lessons or things you learned scaling several companies now, but like through Evernote all turtles things that worked there that didn't work here or vice versa? The main things that I am doing differently now that they used to do kind of in the beginning of being a CEO is the really big one is when I first started out I thought that I could do most people's jobs better than they could. And but I just didn't want to because you know, I don't have time. I remember my first company like, you know, look at an engineer that was like doing database under day or something. And it's like my background like a program I used to make databases, and I would think like I can like totally make database better than. Gay can. But you know, I'm the CEO enough time. So I'm gonna let him do it. And then I would like look at the guy that we had doing sales, and it would be like hike totally sell things better than that guy. But like time see we let him do. It would like look at the person answering the phones, and it'd be like hi a much nicer phone voice than than than he does. But like, I don't have time to answer phones on the CEO. So we let him do it. And of course, I realized that that's like if that's how she thinks. Then yet you just gonna wind up with really weak team. Because with the hell wants to work for someone who things they can do their job better. And then it was always micromanaging everything super stressful for me, and then the head this epiphany where like I can I must only hire people who are ridiculously smarter and better than I am at the very least that their job, hopefully, everything, but at the very least their job the little mental jitsu to get. There was I cannot hire someone it is not possible for me to hire someone unless I think that they are ridiculously better at their jobs that I could possibly ever be which there are some things that are pretty good at and so there's a high bar. There's other things that I'm just terrible out. So it's a low bar. That's probably my biggest thing the second. Biggest change in my own approach to this used to be kind of fixated on brain teasers clever interview, techniques that kind of realize that like all of that was just nonsense. I could just didn't Carl it with anything, and what was important was like attitude work ethic. And then if I had a gut feeling that this person might be awesome fine as long as it was confident that it'd be able to fire them if they weren't awesome. And that was clear. Yeah. It was just give it a shot did more and more of this. It's a product organization for the most part. I like people building products they should have pretty robust portfolios. A lot of experience that they could either either totally owned or made up a lot of so has that made its way more into that part that people focus into much like what have you actually done and basing the interview or the process more so on their merits than how well they interview there's certain jobs that you want the years of experience, and they're certain jobs for just Matt. So at less in general for most things, I kind of find that attitude is more important to me that experienced by a long shot, I attitude, and like a big part of the attitude is like willingness and ability to learn because you know, most the things you're gonna learn you can learn on the job. And if you wanna do that quickly you understand that you can learn that's just more important, and almost everything not everything everything. But almost everything like, you know, if I think about a lot of the people that you know, that we have here like, yeah. Some of them really do have decades of experience in their particular field are specialists though, like Susan who he had on this podcast Isla go. She's their head of of US research. Like, yeah, she's got a lot of experience doing research. And that's great. Because that's not a thing that I'd want someone to just read the Kapiti a page about and figure out, but she can mentor and tutor all sorts of junior people at for engineers, you know, a lot of the time. No one's got twenty years experience in machine learning because it. Isn't really been thing for that long. So is hiring for general intelligence and attitude above everything else. Thanks for coming in Philip regime. You talking about hiring and in the four steps to to building team. It's it's so much more than hiring. And it's been a privilege to to learn from you as we build our team goes, well, fun talking to you. Thanks for thanks for asking Phil's advice provided some scaffolding for a lot of what Jeremy had been thinking in terms of hiring. And as fell says, assembling a team that assembly is a process that is made easier when companies complete a crucial step defining their values. So the disco team sat down together to come up with a set of values felt right for them and in true, disco fashion. The names for their values were creative the first is make cupcakes which is like we don't wanna make wedding cakes. We want to like build quickly and. In small batches and just like deliver value quickly. We also like cupcakes. So like, we can he cupcakes a lot. It's more like a a quality saying of like don't over produce anything but still want like we call Ed sprinkles and make it sparkle. So it's still be good. But even before we had the value. We were shipping stuff for we knew it was ready and just learning from the market. So we want to carry that forward and allow people to take risks and and move quickly. We got into a pretty serious debate about meaning cupcakes. And when does it end, I think there's a Kevin Malone from the office. He gets mad that mini cupcakes cupcakes are already Meany cake. So like it needs to stop somewhere. Anyways. Our second value is called open mic, which we're working on. But like, how do you have, you know, constructive conversations about how the company's doing about how the product is doing about interpersonal? Conflict just creating a space where you can kind of air your grievances. Not just celebrate what you're doing. Well, but like talk about what's not going. Well, and it can be really easy on a very positive team to brush them that stuff under the rug. We want to be proactive about that. And then the next one is is called pioneer. So basically in all of these have corresponding emojis, obviously. So this one's an astronaut, but we were very early on in the messaging space, and I think we want we don't want to stop innovating because we times that right? We wanna keep pushing the the needle the ball forward. I guess because there's a lot of innovation that we see ahead of us. And the last one is just bring energy. So we want people to feel like not necessarily always positive energy. But it's just bringing that passion that we talked about. It's one of the pillars that we hire for. And even though sometimes my voice sounds monotone. I'm very excited Sanada, you have your values defined. How do you think that's going to impact the hiring process moving forward? It's a layer that we kinda add on top of our lens that we look through each each hiring conversation. But like I said, I think they'll continue to evolve as well. Like, we don't. Want people who are just gonna keep us the same. We want. We want to find people who are going to push us to the next level. So I think it's one attribute that we we measure against so having those values defined has been a tool set that Jeremy can use win assessing different candidates. But as much as he's vetting them. Applicants are vetting him to and Jeremy takes seriously at least for me. There's always been like, yes, I'm we're very excited. What what we're doing? But you also need to really internalize. The fact that you're up rooting people's lives because we've had multiple people move across the country to like more with us. So that's a very it's a big honor and a big burden that you wanna do right by them. So it's even more important to make sure that it's the right fit mutually when your employees are committing to. You you owe them transparency about what they can expect at your company. Jeremy had had an. Experience at a former company where that wasn't the case it worked at a startup, and they really over like oversold me on where they were kind of mentioned that earlier really great people. But I you can feel the challenge of we we need to find this person. And sometimes we'll say or do whatever we need to do to bring this person. In speaking, the third person me, but just being honest with a candidate on on where you're at the challenges that you're facing, and that you don't have everything figured out, and if you're transparent, and like nobody wants to work with you, then you should reassess how things are going. So you need to communicate transparently to the candidate about where companies that, but you also need to assess who they are and what they can bring to the table Duri said that finding that out in a day of interviews is hard. But there are key things to keep in mind. What we're really vetting? I think is like will. They be incredible at the job. Right. 'cause we want to build something. Great. And you need great people to do that they need to be passionate. And then it's like, do they actually fit our culture or will they push us in a direction that we want our company and culture to go not necessarily are. They exactly like us. So those are kind of the things were assessing while we're meeting with people through this process with those values in mind, it's time to conduct the interviews at this stage. Jeremy likes to do the initial screening himself. So he can feel out who this person is. And whether disco may be a good fit. Once we kind of check those boxes, it would be kind of more what you'd expect? Like we do. Maybe two phone interviews. Those went well would be with again me and like the hiring manager, which is just me or Joseph pretty much on the product or the engineering side. And then they would come on site. So we would have would meet them in person. They would spend quite a bit of time with the whole team. And do more of a functional interview. Like if it was a design study or a programming challenger like co programming or things like that. Once you and the necessary people on your team have all interviewed the candidate. How do you decide who to hire? You just have this gut feeling in. We would ask everybody that interviewed them to write it down instantly. Like, don't wait just do it as soon as you get out like don't like talk to anybody who else is on the interview team. Because like we just want your unique perspective in your opinion, because there can be a lot of groups Hank if it goes onto lawn. So I think as an optimistic founder I over indexed how well I could diagnose talent. I'm like, I'm met like a bunch of people on like this person is it. Because I just want everybody to be great and do great and have fun and all this stuff. Which is I think the opposite mentality. You want to be open minded. But like you said you need to you need to realize that this is a big change for that person for your company like every person you add at a at a company that's less than ten people. They have a huge impact on everything. So to to look at it with a much more acute filter. I guess is a. An attribute that I learned in ink after that whole process and with a bit of luck, you'll have found someone who you know, will be a good higher. When you find the person that you want like go above and beyond. What you think you need to do to get them not in like a creepy way? But like Casey one of our art our only designer she lived in New York, and we knew it was like a big move for her. So like, the founders once we made her an offer we made this like, I hope it got deleted. But it was like a video of dancing like using star pillows, and like being just genuinely excited to possibly have her work with us, and we sent a tour, and she's sent it to her mom and her mom's like, you gotta go gotta work with these guys, you know. So I I was like I don't think this is ever going to as my creeper out of anything. But like that was who we were. And I think in its own weird way at attracted people who bring that exciting energy back if. You think you find the person like be authentic and energetic to get them to to join you. I've seen that video and it's great. It was the perfect way for them to convey to potential higher. Just how excited the team was about them. And they did it in a way that was true to who. They were playful creative thinking out of the box. It helps convince someone to move from New York to San Francisco to join their team. This go has also made remote hires as well. And deciding to hire remote employees was a decision that had multiple factors playing into it. It's far easier to clever when you're in the same room. But a big part of our product is helping teams and companies connect Bill culture remotely. So that was definitely a part of it too. Like, how can we kinda use this to better understand our customers as well? And I think it's I think it's working out. We've had people in. San Francisco LA, Brazil, Canada, Australia all over the world. They're remote hires where an asset to disco to help them better serve their customer as a big part of the product. They're creating is the fact that it can strengthen teams cultures across multiple locations. So it made sense for them. And it's worked out the process for finding those remote hires and the people who are located in San Francisco at them today may have been time consuming. But in the end that was time well spent the people they brought on board are passionate creative driven and they've been able to contribute to discos greatness. Hope this episode provided you with some general wisdom and some specific logistical advice on the hiring process if you care about people as Jeremy does it's a process, you'll wanna get right. This podcast is a production of the alternatives worldwide media empire. We recorded this episode the Donatella studios and Terence Iskoe California. If you have any questions comments suggestions citizen, Email at Hello at all hyphen, turtles dot com. I read every message thanks to Jim Mets indoor for editing. This episode Chris blue for his audio expertise eilly Packard for artwork and Matt Amerman for our theme music on behalf of Philippine Jeremy van hey and the rest of the alternate team. Thanks for listening.
#ItzOnWealthTech Ep. 67: The Start of the ESG Data Wars with Will Trout
"We're at the beginning of the she data wars. What does this mean for the industry? There's more and more data coming into the market more and more information that's tremendously useful if only, you can process it and so analytics firms, data generators like the exchanges financial information providers like we're finished and others are all struggling to solve this question. There are trillions of dollars flooding into the eastern investment space. The number of firms that have billtown data infrastructures to aggregate and analyze ESPN related information has exploded. They're all rushing to reach economies of scale and developed distribution capabilities to claim their share of the market. For. ESPN. Data. I spoke with wilt trout about his new report on ES G in portfolio management. How Discrete Klein stock restrictions are slowly being replaced by an integrated approach and a whole lot more on this episode of the Wealth Management Say podcast. So Great. The having here with me in the wonderful world, of Wealth Tech and you're listening to episode sixty seven of management say podcast. I'm your host Craig Iskoe it's ironic consulting firm called. Ezra group where experts and everything related to wealth tech and we'll take strategy while opperations We have a growth oriented solutions to banks broker dealers. Asset managers are I a aggregates as well as all those. Wealth, tech providers out there through our premium advice and targeted market research on this podcast I speak with some of the smartest people in the industry who are on the leading edge of technology and innovation, and before started the episode, please subscribe to this podcast on Itunes or so spotify or wherever you listen to your podcasts and leave us a five star review it early health and I appreciate it. Thanks. Happy to introduce. My next guest on the PODCAST is we'll trout head of wealth management at celant will what's going on man? Hey Craig. Good to see you again. It's good to see you as well since we don't have any conferences to go to. We don't see each other as much as we used to see each other. I know I had the buffet all to myself. The buffet for no more running we used to go running in the morning when whatever city we in. Whatever? Places we were I was always fun us want to figure out how to do that again. But on this podcast were talking about a new report that selling just put out that youth put out the percents It's called ES G in portfolio management from data to deployment, and before we do that, can you give us a quick thirty Second Elevator Pitch for silent? Sure thing crack I'll give you the fifteen second version. So Silent Is Division of Oliver Wyman where the research and advisory. Of the business and our focus is the intersection of strategy and technology and financial services. I had the wealth management practice. Excellent. So let's talk about the report. Let's just dive right in es GE portfolio management from data to deployment. So yes G. is a big hot topic everyone's interested in it. We've been a couple podcasts on different aspects of it, and some of the key points pulled out the report of the money's flowing is this huge amounts of assets flowing into espn what are you seeing there? Well yeah mean yes, she is exploding. In terms of the asset flow. So several observers have estimated es driven investments totaling. More, than thirty trillion dollars in that was two years ago. That was in two thousand. Eighteen today we're approaching fifty trillion dollars and and and should reach fifty three by the end of two, thousand, twenty one so whether you're talking about funds or manage to count sir, other types of investments, you've seen an explosion of interest in the topic and I think a lot of people understand ESE environmental social governance criteria as most the eat. So environment or sustainability, but obviously with the social tensions and governance issues that have emerged in recent years you're seeing. A broader adoption of this criteria for investment decision making. A COA focus on a couple parts of the report I think will be more interesting to all our audience and we work with a lot of broker dealers, banks as managers and. Implementing systems of building software around managed accounts, fee based advisor platforms. So I was really interested in the section you have on screening versus integration. I didn't know what you meant by those terms. Can you explain what that means by what you mean by screening Brazil integration in terms of the? S. G. Great Question. Crack, and so screening I. Think everyone understands Tabet an intuitive level right might say restrictions or you can screen out an entire sector say oil and gas for example, or you can screen out individual individual companies Exxon Mobil that you know have a heavy carbon footprint integration on the other hand is a more holistic wide lens approach where. You're basically taking into account es she criteria from the very beginning of the investments processed, and so you've seen blackrock, for example, announced that all investments are going to be. Driven. Rather, they're actively managed funds are GonNa be Ese driven from two thousand, twenty one onward and UBS. Just announced something similar You know I think what investors portfolio managers doing. More sophisticated. Approach investing so Exxon Mobil actually may be a great fit for your portfolio and their You know they have a carbon footprint to be sure but they're doing a lot of social good and and and and positive actions from from other standpoints perhaps, and you do you want to restrict your portfolio in a way that will lead under performance that the big difference on the integrated approach does not assume any sacrifice returns whereas the screening approach says, Hey, you know we're going to screen out this company and if it damages returns well, that's you know part of part the game. Exactly. That's why we always did screening on all the systems we built it or help designed for custodians broker-dealers. There was always a restrictions parts of the managed account process where you lock out different groups of stocks either you're beginning feed from a vendor that said, here's our list of of stocks where you can block oil and gas or or weapons or energy. or a different levels. or specific stocks for whereas now, without as you said before that was. You were you're willing to underperform. If tobacco stocks overall outperform because you didn't want them with the integrated approach that doesn't happen. Yeah. I mean the the screening. Method is a pretty blunt tool. It's sort of the the hammer approach Craig whereas with the the integrated approach really looking at the whole portfolio, and so you're not being as black and white and of your decision you're going to see where the portfolio is Sits you know from a from a broad perspective and not restrict or or exclude any particular firm or actor you know from the get go So would this be? Looking at the technology part like a wealth management platform, they wouldn't be dealing with integration comes from the asset manager. Well, a lot of the business is it's fun still mutual funds or or ETF, and so If you if you're looking at at at those products, individual securities, it is possible to screen out Runs firms have been doing for years, sectors, individuals, securities, You know it's it's really about the report. Rebalancing software allows you to get granular in terms of the holdings, and so you know that might be part of a trading platform that might be self-standing rebalancing traction. there are a number of ways to slice that. Something we see a lot. We have a number of clients who offer rebounding software and the new the always looking for differentiator I think this could be something they could offer that would help their their clients, deliver better results to their clients. Well absolutely, and you've seen the growth of direct indexing, right? That's a recent phenomenon and and you have a number of vendors playing in that space the ability to do that. you know is is is powerful and you can customize those indexes those direct indexes to reflect PSG criteria as well. Constructed a great a great weapon here. The next thing has taken off the number vendors is twenty years ago, fifteen years ago it was the only one or two even five years ago. There was very few now seems to be twenty or so firms that are supporting director next thing from custodians to taps and other vendors. Bu-. Fractional shares really facilitated that it. Well, that's right. Zero Commissions and and fracturing shit traction will shares allow you to build the an index portfolio? Yes she's centric or not for a fraction of the cost you know you would have to build that stock by stock yourself, and so that's all part of the democratisation of investing trend that extends from the Robin Hoods. you know more sophisticated providers including family offices that are that are you know really eager to offer an entry point say for younger investors or or or otherwise would do the minimum needed for entry. So just like rebalancing software you Ama has become democratized. Fractional shares allowed the construction of portfolios to range of criteria that simply would have required. Millions of dollars to construct. Dot Com today and you you had you know. Texas and a perio and firms like that doing it parametric as well. Now, you as you say, you've got. Practically dozens of firms with these capabilities. No Ryan announced Fractional. Share some of the bigger. Broker dealer technology platforms. Along Looking into it. Even, an alternative. And the liquid. Share of you know Nineteen Twenty eight Rolls Royce Right? If it's if it's securitise somehow. So yeah. You no longer need to have three thousand dollars to to get equity in Amazon, for example. A fraction of. The days right we'll even less you can. Now you can buy odd lots remember when you couldn't buy a lot lots or it would cost a lot more to buy that you headed by an row in row lots of one hundred. Now people can still buy one share but. The the. Nation as I see, it is when the fractional shares came out that you could buy one hundred dollars worth of SNP. Not just buying a fund but buying an actual group of stocks and owning shares of that that level. So. with with the Big One big part of that is tax optimization and on a wealth front. Was First Robos. To offer that where they believe they can generate tax alpha for even the smallest clients in an in a taxable account. That's right. I remember when they launched their their direct indexing proposition and. Follow so the ability to build around concentrated positions to generate tax alpha. To incorporate social criteria or environmental social governance criteria are all present us. Upside. owns. And we want to know the part of the report and It's the data requirements and the what we call the It's the the figure five E S G marketplace in data flow and I'll share this up on the screen on the video of the podcast casino I'll put on twitter. So people can see this diagram, but it's a dog on the shows left to right the data flow. Where on the data generators on the left and a bunch of a bunch of logos of different companies, and then is the trading risk management vendors filtering of data providers, and the analytics of the buy side he explained how this diagram. Works. Yeah sure. Well, you know they're they're been A number of articles in the general media, the rise of the exchange and say we were wanted to clube sort of quiet backwater organizations. Now, the global financial institutions that are generating data they're distributing that data to the asset managers or or even wealth managers on the buy side, and they're also analyzing the data producing analytics and you have in that category of Data Jenner raiders not just exchanges who who are really the vertically integrated providers of data generate the data and distributed downstream. You also have firms like we're finished. Did you have firms like? Morningstar that Bloomberg about that produce Analyzed and distribute data What is happened in the market however is you know there's been the emergence of all these really cool next generation analytics firms you've got. Analytics. Gut. True value labs, Arabesque firms like an. That are solving a problem in the marketplace. They're providing acid wealth managers with derived data in other words, not just the raw data but. That data at the asset and wealth manager of consumer a quick immediate fashion. And so there's a titanic struggle going on who owns the data right data's an asset who owns that data asset who distributes data asset, and even what I would call data mastery or taxonomy like how this data structure via knowledge graphs, for example, which. Has Done which aws Don Neptune this is a huge deal because if you're able to classify or or dictate how the data is structured, you have huge control and you can analyze the new ways and distribute it to the end consumer As a as a one stop shop. So we're seeing a lot of interest from the cloud providers, Microsoft, aws Google others in. Basically you know finally getting to that point where they can monetize data's and asset. Yes. It as an asset by generating it slicing and dicing it and distributing it to the to the buy side. So I call this the data wars crowned, and now the exchanges enjoy a privileged position in that they they control the data flow but there are a lot of new entrance very hungry for part of that game. When you mentioned was knowledge graphs on. So I have a degree in computer science I think of in terms of the computer science knowledge graph of A. Data model but I think you're referring to something different. What do you mean when you say knowledge graph? Sure. Sure. I would describe it simply as something akin to Lincoln where every piece of data is linked to another piece of data, and so there's coherence in the larger data set whereas you know you look at a traditional database or or data data storage structure, you have all these different data points that are unrelated in a knowledge craft. You have a structure of the data where. Every piece of data is connected to another piece of data which is connected to another piece of data and what that just like linked in right on network. Second with that needs, you cannot just throw in more data into the architecture into the data storage. It actually needs to be connected or linked to another piece, and that gives the data real structure and coherence and power in terms of the logic and how data can be used. So it's a tremendously powerful tool for analytics as anyone who you know has huge linked in or facebook is quite aware. Data as well taken, we seem data being important part of wealth management business in wealth management technology for quite some time will will this become a problem with these firms and with if if these own the data will I, it will drive up costs full the. Data, war firm. So you don't have this data. We're not going to give you access to belong proprietary universe or is this something that's all going to level out where the difference between a reflective or an MCI or espy global won't be that big of a deal. That's a great question Craig and actually I think we're at the beginning of the data wars rather than the conclusion first of all busy emergence of new types of data whether it's you know satellites pulling data from the proverbial Walmart parking lot or data from the Internet of things You know how hard you put your foot on the brakes, for example, used for insurance assessments There's also huge disparity among the ratings and other of evaluations delivered by the data provider. So I call that comparability. So refinish gives ratings are not necessarily the same and sustain Olympics or those of I s S, and so as a consumer, you're faced with the conundrum not only do you have different ratings or grades assigned to your the investments you're looking at but you're not necessarily even sure how ratings where where derived or or the methodology may be confusing or you may have trouble actually using them in a in a practical away. That's why many firms on the buy side wealth asset managers are looking to broad data data straight from the satellite or data straight from reports issued by the company or whatever the case may be. The problem is, how do you consume that data? So there's this entire level of analytics that represent sucrose area this business I think it'll be awfully hard in short crack to corner the market on data. The invest in others. Charitable Foundation recognizes individual advisors and firms that are making a difference by donating their time and money to causes that they care about. The invest in others. Foundation bills critical visibility encourages to get involved and channels additional resources to those in need and highlights the important work being championed by the financial services community. I volunteer with a and others not where I can also on some the judging panels and this is the awards we normally held impersonator in that they gala or gala up in Boston, but can't do it now with covid. So it's all virtual and this week they're announcing the winners and all their categories categories, include catalysts, community service, global impact volunteer of the year, which should be today September twenty, four, th of when this podcast drops and then tomorrow the death this podcast drops depending on you listening is the lifetime achievement award. You can go to invest in others, Dot Org and watched the award presentations and please specifically donate to this great cause I would really appreciate it. Indeed, is always more data I. Guess the question is is a compatible and do people understand that when they see a rating that this company's good on s g whatever the number is how of defines it or I'm yeah we've talked to a couple of other firms act analytics and. You know all these MRI MCI and the other from firms that are creating these data sets that have there. There's a misunderstanding at the other end whether it's investors or CEO's or people who are now consuming to know that. When representative says, he's guys are good and he or when you're doing a screen and here's all the levers, you can pull the gap firms that you think are good. You might get a completely different set. Go to MSN or you go to sap global right. So you're saying you can get a complete different screen of affirms using the same criteria. The underlying data. Well. That's right and then I would would even take that further and say you know what percentage of that data that should being being provided by the company that's being profiled by Exxon Mobil to use an example again or or or vp or whomever what you know what is is basically you know from their corporate report is that relevant or is that entity what what's sometimes come greenwashing right efforts to to virtue signal So there's real questions about, yeah. What goes into soup and whether you're seeing is comparable to someone else's and and that's hard and then you know that. Actually why firms are using things like controversy ratings like like you know how often does your company if you're in the news and in what sense? Because a lot of the ratings are by definition, the traditional ratings are actually fairly static right and they rely on information that's months old, and so how do you get a real time update in a way that helps you manage a portfolio? That's the million dollar question. Or Billion dollar question depending right. Trillion as we as we say in the report, that's right and I want before dawn running out of time, I really wanted to touch on the implementation part of the report which I find the most interesting. That's the part that my company as a group gets involved in a lot which is how these the tools and technologies and data get actually run by enterprises talk a little bit about the roles in the workflow of ES G. as you haven't defined implementation in your report. Absolutely I divide portfolio management from an Ese perspective into three broad categories, there's customization we talked about that before the ability to create spoke portfolios. That's really not economics most firms or it hasn't been. until the onset of fractional shares. But now you have family offices to have sovereign wealth fund type affirms quitting portfolios from scratch that reflect their unique criteria more common is is going to be an NBA or managed account whereby you're buying the intellectual capital, third, party asset manager, and your. Managing these these these intellectual capital or models. some sort of coordinating technology rebalancing other basically, you're accessing the best in breed. Funds and security selection processes out there on the market. Lastly, and perhaps most interestingly is direct indexing in es she context that would be modified directing taxing recreating an index. Yes G. Or. Or SPX S and p five hundred but then custody customizing the individual holdings to the criteria of the investor or two, and yes, she based plans and we've talked about that's been made a lot easier by by the arrival of fractional shares and and Zero Commissions. If you're no longer worried about incurring costs and you can find tune your investment decisions to to capture say a tenth of share of a of an Amazon or whomever you can really deliver that kind of customization and with modern technology, deliver it at scale. That's a very powerful proposition, craig? Indeed that's the one thing. A lot of our enterprise clients want they want to deliver all any solution at scale? That's the whole point if you've got a great solution, but it doesn't scale well, then you're not gonna be able to you're not gonNA be, profitable. And the other part of your implementation was about specifically about managed accounts and that's something we deal with a lot fee Mesa advisory platforms managed in managed accounts and the the full structures for es Gee. I thought that was interesting how that's that's different scale ability customize ability between the different portfolios talking about that a little bit. Sure to tell me where you'd like to focus because there's a lot there, Craig. We'll just talk about the the index replication, maybe be in the models. Yeah. Essentially, if you're able to access models of multiple managers, you can draw in all different types of products you can drink bring in funds you can bring an ats individual securities. Fixed Income. And you're able to slice and dice at a at a pretty fine level using fractional shares. You can really build out and diverse and Ese Standard Portfolio in a way in using automated rebalancing haven't updated on a very frequent basis of course that requires some operational agility right if you're using actively manage models, you're going to need to to rebalance often but lower transaction costs and the ability to take positions on a fractional basis really enabled that agility and for those firms that invest in technology that developed technology for. Wealth Managers You know they're quite aware that that the nimble nece and the ability to manage exceptions and build around existing conditions to it at scale is has struggled to come to holy grail so. Breaking. The trade off between customization and scale is is is is is today's reality and I'm excited to see where we go from here. I'm really excited and we're out of time I mean where we go from here there's there's so much there. So the the world is a kind of are our on this and we're really at the very beginning as you said earlier, rather than even in the middle of the holiest she trend I really interested in this report, this allowed to dig into I'm a share, a couple of slides in the video for people who are watching Youtube, and we'll put it onto twitter couple pieces of it for people who all are going to listen to the podcast and will thanks always a pleasure to talk to you very informative. Look forward to seeing more stuff you guys that them. Thank you Craig Hey It's Greg. Again, another fantastic episode is in the can- my top three takeaways were fifty three trillion in es G. Investments by twenty, twenty one, which is up from thirty trillion in two, thousand, eighteen at seventy, seven percent increase. Restrictions are screening out specific stock sectors has been morphed into the integration of Ese inside of the investment process of asset managers, and finally itchy data wars with providers like refinish Morningstar facts at all battling out like a UFC steel cage match for dominance in this hot investing category. Please drop what you're doing and leave us a five star review on itunes and share linked the episode on your social media networks talked y'all again next time.
Happy 118th Birthday today to Real Madrid today a look ahead to Real Betis and Hazard update.
"I'll everybody. Welcome back to the Rail Madrid podcast on waters a special day for the club. Today as they celebrate that one hundred and Eighteenth Birthday Club. Remember who voted the greatest of the Twentieth Century? Also its most successful thirty three titles home. But it's in the European theater where the legend has been forged with thirteen European Cup victories out on the World Stage three intercontinental on four fever club World Cups all of which have been celebrated by worldwide support greater than that of any other clubs. So it's a happy one hundred eighteenth birthday that to rail Madrid today. Then we will look ahead to this. Weekend's opponents rail teeth but first let's round up what's being making the press and media headlines over last few days virtually some good news eat it has art has been successfully operated on in Dallas. The doctor Eugene Kerry who is the specialist consultant for the Dallas Cowboys successfully completed surgery on hazards. Ankle now begins the rehabilitation on this road. Recovery is expected to loss between two to three months. The likelihood is that he will not see I in football for the remainder of the seasons. The club certainly won't want to rush him back preferring instead to make sure he's ready for the new season. He is expected to be able to play some part in this summer's European Championships. Lots of over the last few days about Mariana. What tzu-dan will consider for this weekend in this ever changing chart who's in and WHO's out? His goal says has elevated him above Yovich and bail sedan for remember last weekend said he is the third strike. Nothing has changed. Well expect to see him at least on the bench this weekend and it was still level with ten minutes to go. Maybe we'll be seeing in for the second time in two weeks for the first time this season and what off Gareth. Bale Wellhead hasn't escaped the media attention that he hasn't played any part whatsoever in the two biggest games of the season as the. Dan Continues to say that he has not lost. Hope with bail but the press kimes aboard shouts bales diminishing returns. He scored in just one game. In very this season it was bank. Owns ten of the sports school too against villareal? Then sensationally got sent off as well as Cintas when he's managed just one goal at against Union Isa's in the cabinet present least impactful season since two thousand seven hundred eight when he scored two goals in his first season at Tottenham Hotspur uh one of those who has profited from bails fall is venise. Ese was on Youtube today clearing up. Exactly what happened in that incident when Jira? Pk squared up to him asking. Are you crazy what's wrong with you? I didn't touch you now. Venecia's answered I thought that he stepped on me but when I saw the video I realized it wasn't him it was art. Or that's why he asked me if I was crazy now. Let's take a look at some of the transit rumors and speculation. Madrid in particular. Dan have been told to hurry up. A make a decision on Donny Vanderbeek or he risks being cleared to Premier League. At this point they have to say with God's turn fit eight and a half zodda young valverde crews still in. His crime is difficult to see where he would actually fit into. Sudan plans now. Mariana might have scored a goal. But it's the search for a strike of roles. Zombie latest name under the microscope. Argentine Ford Luke Campbell sports by severe and La Taghi last summer from Ma safe just fifteen million euro. Are you settled into live relatively easily in Spain as you can see from his return? Eleven goals and three assists so far and that form has got selected for the national team where he scored as well on his debut two in the first two internationals versus Germany and Ecuador. He's well traveled by the way. Monaco Marseille Genoa Milan on loan. Since his move to Europe from River Plate a few years back Tim. Nation clause sits at around sixty eight million. Iskoe's future. What looks to be very much away from Real Madrid over the last eighteen difficult months but such has been his transformation. Any interest will now full pretty much on deaf ears as the. Dan has let it be known that he has no intention of letting him go as for the play. His next job is to convince Louis. Ck To pick him for the European Championships. Now very very excitable press and media remain awash with rumors of a summer double deal with bushy dormant for both ordering Holland and Jaden Sanchez. Now Dortmund's have set refused to budge on the evaluation of one hundred and forty million for Sancho where Holland valued at one hundred billion as Sancho. Let go by Manchester City has been a huge hit in Bundesliga. Twenty seven goals in sixty eight for nineteen year old This season fourteen goals with fourteen assists now Holland is full has been equally as meteoric with berry any letup in his fold from sales book season. He scored twenty six goals in Twenty. Three Games of both clubs. Since his move to Bruce Dortmund that form has continued. He's played nine games in Bundesliga Champions League and cup and scored twelve goals. Now another name reappearing in the news. This time in Italy is Milan. Keep Donald Rumor whose contract is up next year and he had said this report is wanted as backup for. T- Makoto you'd have to say the likelihood of him signing to sit on the bench and play second fiddle to cook swatters being in such incredible form while it's likely to be zero. You would've thought to look ahead to this weekend's meeting with Array Albuquerque's first of all the predicted lineups from today's Media Kuchwara Mendy Ramos Veron Kabo Casimiro crews Valverde iskoe than easiest and Bensman Iskoe who missed training earlier. This week returned on Thursday. The full squad is available for the Sedan Bar of course censor- and has odd now overall. This is the one hundred twelfth meeting between Madrid and rail. Betty's the overall record sixty two victories vol- Rail Madrid. Twenty four draws twenty five losses earlier. This season is ended nil. Nil in Berna Bay on one of those days when whatever Madrid created and they created a lot they simply couldn't break Betty's resistance twenty two attempts on goal creative without any luck. The feature of that game was bettys ability to hit on the counter-attack no despite the fact they had just thirty seven percent of the possession they still created thirteen chances in that gay men just Madrid taken just one point from the last night at home against Betis and they hadn't scored a single goal in those three games now. Compared that to the recent way record is thirteen points in the last fifteen and get this. Nineteen goals scored as well in that time. Last year hits was goals from Moderation SA- BIOS which injured two one victory. Betty's record at home against Real Madrid is not good since a three one. Victory in September of two thousand and one Juande Ramos was the manager. Charge back then. They've won just twice a term in February two thousand hundred eight and the last time they wanted home back in November of twenty twelve thirty seven gains in total this Millennium Betty. Self one just five. These games aren't usually competitive. Whatever Madrid take from this game? It will be worked for a dribs recold score here by the way six goals to one. That was back in October of two thousand sixteen. Now seven of the players who started that day could start again this weekend. Take a look at the tale of the tape then ahead of this game betty starting in fourteenth place on thirty points in the League. They've won just seven of the twenty. Six Games played this season. And they do concede goals forty two in all which is the third worst defense in league this season. They haven't won a game in the last seven since an impressive victory of southeast back in January and that's the only win in La Liga since early December home form is erratic at best on the very day as they beat Valencia Athletic Club and Software. Dads and they ran. Bassett close as well here. Losing three two on February. The ninth teams. Do though come here and score. They've suggested one clean sheet at home. This season were more to look out for van just seven players in the squad of actually scored a goal this season. Top-scorer is lowering on nine goals as an entity school the home since November. But that said he's still having his best season for goal scored in his time in the top flight. He's also provided a couple of assists eleven different players of provided assist where the twenty one year old Brazilian Emerson. The right sided defender providing the most with five ahead of callous and Marino. Who were on four each? Keep an eye on the discipline in this game because it's fair to say the Betty's have had a problem all to this campaign seventy four yellow cards and red cards being shown Moroccan international fed Elvis being sent off twice this campaign Granada Dada Mandy Emerson. All being yellow-carded eight times each in all twenty one players in the squad picked up at least a yellow card this season as the key numbers than one point four goals per game for. Betis one point eight for Real Madrid. This season fifty four point five percent average possession but he's fifty six point five around. Madrid pass completion eighty two point nine percent for Betis Eighty six point six route. Madrid twelve point three shots per game for Betis Sixteen Point to Madrid and Thirteen. Point three tackles per game four. Bettys sixteen for wral Madrid. Now they will not want to revisit. The performance result. Lighten avantage couple of weeks ago that to defeat for round Madrid ended a run of six straight away victory overall then for the season. Nineteen Games have been played away from home row. Madrid remember have lost just three. That's in all competitions as well winning twelve and drawing four. And that's it for today if you're having your own Rab Madrid birthday celebration than wherever you're listening. Enjoy your day and don't forget you can catch up with all the seasons new so far via the website at www row Madrid podcast dot com or across any of the streaming media platforms. I'll be back next week. In the meantime enjoyed this weekend's match for amendments though for me Tim Capable. Bye Bye for now.
Madrid set to complete on the new Kaka, Reinier Jesus Carvalho, Pogba discussions Kroos exit? Luka Jovic -Timo Werner swop for next season
"And welcome back everybody to the row Madrid podcast. Now don't forget you can catch up with all of the previous versions of the cost of the website. WWW WWW dot com naphtha. First Business of twenty twenty was to agree terms with Brazilian champions. Flamengo to sign Fania tasers. Scott via now he wouldn't be eighteen until January nineteenth fee is said to be in the region of thirty million Euro which is the release fee for the play which was reduced this year after he signed a new deal lost year another only made it senior debut back in late July appeared in the cup of the door as since when he appeared sixteen times in total scoring six goals. We'll go instead. Straits over to the custodial squat wherever it appears that not everybody was aware of any impending arrival win. Raoul was asked about him yesterday. He replied account. Actually tell you anything anything because I didn't know myself. Nobody has actually told me as when this play is arriving in the player himself was met by a flock of journalists. Whilst with Brazil's under twenty three squad training for this pre Olympic tournament event in Columbia put on the spot about his impending move to Madrid all he would say is. Let's wait and see moving onto Ashraf Kimmy. Currently in his second season with Buderus document he'd given notice of late that he had no intention of returning to Madrid to sit on the bench unless he's guaranteed a place that he would happily look elsewhere to continue his career. Now now this in turn has alerted by COMMUNICA looking to rebuild for next season is not going to be easy to placate Hakimi. WHO said two really good seasons in Jimmy with Marcello and then D. at Madrid possibly in front of him at the moment something is going to have to give outweigh that it might by Munich ready and waiting in the wings to pounce with a bid of around sixty five million euro mulches nightmares once once again being linked with a move away from Ram dribs? This time DC united's of MLS said to be in contact with moderate GES agents They'd like him on board for next season. He's has refused to comment any further on the speculation his views he said remained the same and they have been good. He wanted to retire and ended his playing career in Madrid. It's also said that. His contract runs until twenty twenty one of the signed an extension to his lost. Some of that apparently is not the case is contract runs until the end of this season. It's out in June of twenty twenty around Madrid are yet to sit down with him to try and work out an extension if indeed. They want him to stay beyond the end of the season. Now we haven't heard much on the name of situation. For quite a while birds with remedied cooling their interest Neymar and Barscelona our gain looking like a potential possibility for next season That it appease is not all with another row Madrid target of late Martinez also being linked with potential move to Barcelona at this this summer along with Neymar. Now with look Yovich being given until the end of this season to make his mark in the first team plans are already of foots for his potential replacement in the summer with Holland of goals. Now Gum to Dortmund focus of attention shifts to PSV's twenty year old donyo modern. Who has been something of an instant hit since arriving from arsenal to plan the young? PSV T- McCullough years ago Since his elevation to the first team last year he's managed twenty one goals in forty nine games now said he's enduring something. Lean spell at the moment with just one goal in nine Boscell and also keeping tabs on him but in the complicated world of football politics. Leo MESSI has a preferred alternative to him. And that is Fellow fellow Argentine from Inter Milan Loto Martinez keep an eye out for another young talent. That is on the rise in this wasn't being champion by none other than counting. Benza is the sixteen year old four Radicek. Who currently is Leo? He made his senior debut. This season around Madrid are currently in negotiations with Lille for the sale back all the Mariana Diaz. I've just pretending to additive izzy. Remember terribly I xe. Hakim Z could be on the move this winter into his third full season now in Amsterdam. He was persuaded to stay. Lost just some of it is desire to move on. It says hasn't gone and I excel ready and willing. He says to do business with anybody. Prepared to hand over around around fifty million euro. It seems despite his return to First-team. Ut's recently he has resigned himself to the facts that his time Israel rayle majorities coming to an end. After seven seasons. His contract runs until twenty twenty two. But he's still he says doesn't feel that he has the full support of his coach Chelsea Chelsea leading the chase for his signature for next season few stories appearing as well around Europe suggesting that an instant Kabbani will leave. PSG this awesome and had to Madrid on a short term deal. He'll be thirty three on February fourteenth. It's been something of a difficult season. Vietnamese appeared only eight times for those as a substitute he scored only one goal in open play. Plus a couple of penalty kicks in. Moore's being panties lease productive season of his entire retire career Verna over at rb. Leipzig remains as well a big target for next year. The twenty three year old has a gain being in outstanding form. This season twenty four goals in all games played so far this campaign. RB HAVE HIM under contract until two thousand twenty three. They are a desperate to keep hold of in Madrid though are looking to potentially offer look a Yovich up as a swap deal sending him back to the League where he made such an impact and finally today Paul puppets name. It simply won't go away with it from the back pages and do the front pages the play who continues to have pretty much no impact whatsoever on the football pitch is still an object of desire for Real Madrid and Aventis. It emerged today that despite despite claiming he would not move in January Manchester United have held discussions with Real Madrid. Map remains adamant that he does not want Sudan remains adamant that he does well as for the alpha. Manchester United not shifting from this one hundred and sixty million euro valuation for Plas- whereas names of being mentioned as part potentially of any deal of those only one would really appeal to Manchester United. That is Tony Crew Sue. They've attempt to sign on a number of occasions previously. The other names mentioned iskoe Maldrich and bail and that just about wraps up. Today's roundup roundup of what's being making the news over the last few days we will be back later in the week until then as we said. Don't forget you can catch up with all of the previous episodes of this this podcast via the website. WWW dot around the trade podcast dot com for the moment. Though for me Tim Cable. Bye Bye for now
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Journal Club: Building a Better Chloroplast
"Hello I'm Lauren Richardson, and this is the a sixteen Z bio. Journal Club. This is our podcast where we cover recent scientific advances why they matter and how to take them from proof of principle to practice. In today's episode, I'm talking with. BIODIESEL team partner Judy Savitskaya a resident expert in all things synthetic biology. We cover recent research that seeks to improve the processes of photosynthesis and carbon fixation, and how these advances could one day be used to improve crop, growth and carbon sequestration and plants i. a quick Biochem refresher. During photosynthesis also known as the light cycle, light energy is captured by chlorophyll and then pass through a series of reactions to the energy. Rich chemical COFACTORS ATP and NA BPH. These co factors are then used by the carbon fixation, cycle or dark cycle to drive the capture and conversion of carbon dioxide into more complex carbon molecules like glucose. Plants and other photo tropes use these two processes to turn sunlight and carbon dioxide from the air into organic matter, these are hugely powerful processes have generated essentially all the organic matter on earth from the wooden trees to our own bodies. But these processes also aren't perfect and scientists have for decades been trying to make them more efficient. The two articles that we discussed today we're both published in the journal Science and are both from the lab of Tobias at the Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology. The first article published in twenty sixteen develops synthetic pathway for the fixation of carbon dioxide in vitro. The second article, which was published in. May combines this synthetic carbon fixation pathway with the natural photosynthetic pathway isolated from spinach to create a synthetic chloroplast. This combination of natural and synthetic components to improve the efficiency of these pathways as a number of potential applications, including engineering our crops to grow faster. Judy and I discuss these exciting applications of evolution has restricted the efficiency of carbon fixation, and how these bio engineered solutions get around that problem and the use of micro fluids for vastly improved experimental design. The first we start with a discussion of why the dark cycle this process of carbon fixation is not as efficient as it could be. The key thing here is that the dark phase has this great limiting step, which is this enzyme known as Rube? ISKOE is just super slow, and that's the first enzyme in the pathway that binds carbon dioxide, poor older, Bisco, when I imagine it, it's like an old man enzyme with like a long white beard, and it makes a lot of mistakes, and it goes really slow but it. It evolved really early on, and then was a key requirement for these organisms to live. Furthermore Rib makes a lot of mistakes, which is that it often subs in oxygen molecules for carbon dioxide molecules said there's huge body of work trying to evolve risk to better, but as it stands. Our plants are stuck with this really old enzymes that is not as efficient as it could be. Yeah instead of evolving rube, Iskoe, it seems like plants have evolved kind of everything around it, so there's all different classes of plants that have modified to support the slow cycling of Rubik's going to be efficacious in different environments, and to limit the air as you call it of of Bisco which is also known as photo respiration kind of crazy that rather than this enzyme. Enzyme evolving to be better, there's entirely mechanical systems of all like open, and these pores in the plant cells to be able to let in more or less oxygen at different times of the day, and it's this highly complex thing that has evolved to make up for the just poor efficiency of one enzyme. The Tobias Herb lab developed essentially a synthetic calvin cycle so. So it's a different method for fixing co two into some sort of carbon containing substance icee dark cycle, you say Calvin Cycle Fun factoid is that it's actually the Calvin Benson Bassim Cycle, but Bassam doesn't want his name. Include it because he thinks it's a disservice to all the students that worked with him on the project, so he has requested that it be called. Called the Calvin Benson Cycle in the two thousand sixteen article that you mentioned authors developed this very cool synthetic pathway for Co, two fixation that did not use for Bisco instead. It used a combination of seventeen different enzymes from nine different organisms. That could do this dark face half of the reaction ten times faster than the plant version that does rely on were Bisco. And they called this the catch cycle or the C. E. T. C. H. Cycle in the previous paper. They sort of cheated by in these enzymes that would just produce an ADP H. and ADP as starting points for bear, synthetic carbon fixation cycle so that they can kick start the part of the experiment that they really cared about in this new paper, whether doing is adding in a module to create that any deep in that. ATP That is light driven, so it doesn't require at the experimentalist to add in these enzymes or to add in the substrates for these enzymes. Yeah, what they're doing here is. They're linking the light cycle so the photosynthetic. To dark cycle, the carbon fixation part, so the goal is to have this own self sustaining reaction. That's what plants are, so let's talk about the implications of this research. The biggest and most interesting implication here is that you could use some of the insights from these papers to upgrade plants perform in the idea to basically counteract some of the evolutionary pressures that were present when we weren't using these plans for crops or to sort of make up for some of the inefficiencies of natural selection like for example, re Bisco being about enzyme. This entirely new cycle for doing carbon fixation could really dramatically increase the rate of carbon fixation and the rate of growth for plants that we use crops, these synthetic chloroplast that they created are actually more efficient than natural chloroplast, and that's because they don't. They don't have Bisco which is slow, and they also don't suffer from photo respiration, which is wasteful process. You're talking about where we're Bisco uses. Oxygen instead of carbon. Carbon, dioxide, and in most plants they waste about twenty five percent of their energy from photosynthesis on photo respiration. So there's this way in which you kind of get around the photo respiration problem with something like these synthetic class when we think about on a global scale, the carbon cycle, and if we're concerned about release of too much carbon the atmosphere, there's sort of an interesting class of solutions here which is. is to increase the rate at which are crops poll carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, and that kills two birds with one stone. One is that it increases your efficiency of of food production, and at the same time you're removing more carbon dioxide from the air. You're actually using it for something useful. Yeah, that's possibly a very elegant solution. Let's dig into these methods and results now so in plants. Photosynthesis happens in. In chloroplast and chloroplast contain an internal membrane structure called filed quite membranes which contain chlorophyll, the molecule that actually is able to capture light energy, and converted into energy that the pant can use and all the other enzymes in the pathway that needed to go from light energy to ADP ADP. which are these energy storing molecules so the way I see? There were three Ki- advances in this paper the I was. Extracting these membranes from spinach that contain the enzymes four the light cycle. And getting into a functional unit, then linking it to this synthetic catch cycle this synthetic carbon fixation. Pathway that they'd created. And then the third was to use micro fluids to really optimize an integrate these two cycles together so that there was this self sustaining basically. A chloroplast I mean I think it's cool that they're able to show. You can get this by liquid membrane module separated from the rest of chloroplast, which is a integrated complex, large or canal. They can just take this one piece of it, and then it works like the black box you would expect to. There was one change they had to make which was to oxen, which is like the one component of this sort of electron transfer process that is not attached to the liquid membrane. Other than that it kind of just transferred wholesale into this in vitro context and worked so I'm sure there's like lots of experiments here. That were failures that we're not seeing where that early buried in the very very large supplemental materials for this paper, but it's really impressive that they're able to basically showed the function of this module in Vitro without all the bells and whistles surrounding it from the natural organism so next they linked the style quake membranes. Membranes, the part that's performing photosynthesis to the synthetic catch cycle. What do you think about this fusion of the natural and synthetic components? What they're basically they're doing here. They've got the natural photosynthesis machinery, and then they've got the synthetic stark cycle machinery. Yeah, it's interesting because it's sort of like demonstrating that we understand half of it right so there's this. There's two approaches to understanding the parts of a system. There's the bottom up and the top down so. If you understand all the components of Psalm enzymatic pathway. You should be able to add them all in one at a time purified and then recapitulate behavior of the full pathway, so that's sort of what they've done with their first paper with the catch cycle a non. There's a different way that biologists understand nature which is by breaking down, so you start with like this is how the organism works in the takeaway pieces. Until you figure out what's like the set of things that is necessary to do in reaction, and this is kind of cool, because it's fusion of both of those worlds. Yeah, I think there's something interesting in the rate limiting step. Step is this visco that's part of the dark phase. It makes sense to tinker with that element, but you don't have to reinvent the photosynthesis arm. The part that is working you can appreciate kind of the beauty that nature has already provided and the used in combination with the things you want to change. Yeah, that's a really good point actually. I hadn't thought of that, but this really suggests that you can move this catch cycle that they've engineered into an organism that already has that quite membrane piece intact, and you should expect them to just work together well, so in the third aspect of the paper. They're using micro fluids to integrate the pilot. Pilot Quaid membranes with the catch cycle, and to create these basically artificial chloroplast, so talk to me about what they did with the micro fluid, and what the benefits of using micro fluid for this approach are yet. The real benefits of droplet based experiments is that you can do many of them at once, so the idea here was to create lots of these little droplets, so that each one can contain a different experiment with a slightly different version of the catch cycle, or a different ratio of these components that putting together, and they used color based bar-coding, so they could tell what reaction was happening in a given droplet by changing the amount of. Of, these different dyes, they added in the idea to basically be built to do many experiments in parallel and look at them in one go to. Basically it's the way to multiplex the experimental design. Yeah, that's that's a perfect way to say. It was this interesting figure at the end where they showed that they get more production of Gleich, lays sort of like output of their process in the droplets than they do in oak solution given the amount of chlorophyll to start with my understanding was that it's all about the right amount of cofactor regeneration so ATP AND NAACP H regeneration from the liquid membranes to support the optimal functioning of the catch cycle. And then do you think that inherent next step is using micro fluids? Would they be able to kind of does end the exact amount for optimal production? Yeah, I mean they've got seventeen enzymes to play with so that's like a lot of parameters that you can modify than you can change the levels of each of those enzymes, so this microphone tool gives them. them the opportunity to test lick at very high levels of multiplexing how to optimize this cycle and optimize its interactions with liquid memory I'm wondering. How many steps do you think there are between this work what they've achieved now and actually getting that into plants? That's actually a really interesting question 'cause they've shown that. This synthetic like hodgepodge enzyme set works in vitro. That does not mean that it's going to work in Vivo at all, so the first thing is to put this into some really simple organism. That's easy to engineer like like an algae on the idea here is that you would use the natural. Filo quad membranes activity from the organism, but then it would express the enzymes from this different catch cycle instead of the Natural Calvin Cycle. And, what you need to do as a ton of optimization I'm not gonNA sugar coated. So is this on the horizon? Probably not I think the microphone experiments that they are going to be helpful, because if they can start with sort of extracts of this algae put it into these microphones experiments, and then do their ball deflecting there. They can do many more experiments at once, but they're still going to be a big jump from that to the actual organism. Yeah, it's kind of like the benefit of the catch. Psycho was that they could use all of these different enzymes from all of these different organisms and create this brand new pathway. Which is so neat, in vitro, but that creates a whole host of new problems for that in vitro in Vivo switch. Yeah, absolutely I mean I think that's actually where a lot of like the interesting insights into biology come from is like we understand how the system works in isolation. We put it into the context of the sal, suddenly everything breaks, and so now the question is why did a break so lots of cool biology coming from trying to transfer this work, but I would not expect you know next year to see a paper where the cyclists fully-functioning the authors of this paper really blew my mind with the last paragraph of their discussion where they talk about. Using these synthetic. US In combination with other life characteristics such as self, repair and reproduction. In, the idea of basically creating a fully artificial south when you start thinking about fully official or synthetic cells that makes you think about fully artificial or synthetic tissues and that kind of scale stop to fully synthetic organism, having the ability to synthetically harness the light from the Sun. Harmon dioxide from the air interns. This into you know a designer. Metabolic pathway. That could fuel. Synthetic life force is very exciting to me and just kind of wild to think about I love the term synthetic lifeforce think about. The sell all of its functions as a graph like in the classical computer science sense of the word graph, it is like a super complex structure with like many interacting nodes in. It's like very hard to get your head around it. How could you ever built from scratch and make it self sustaining, but it's like this is a really big piece of that generating energy making it happen with out an external agent putting in. Putting in new molecules like that could that could handle like a very large portion of the graph that is necessary to make life work. I will say what this gets. You is that you don't have to feed sugar right? There's definitely something about the. Independence of it though like there's providing. Or feeding it versus is able to create those energy storing molecules Novo, which can then be turned into mass or broken down again as sources of energy. I think it's really interesting to think about like what are the essential processes that you would need to create a fully self sustaining independent of human support system that is lifelike in this way you know based on biology and not. A robot that we built in the lab, but also like how do we define lifelike? Just because we metabolize the particular chemistry that we used to do that? That's just one institution. It's kind of like. What happened to result from evolution, and then like stick, because it's really hard to evolve out of this made even local minimum, maybe not global minimum in terms of how good the the processes are so yeah I, think let's definitely push synthetic cells, I think it makes a lot of sense to start with like things that look like on existing biology Uhlich right stop there. Why not go to something? That's the sort of hybrid explore. Explore entirely new chemistry that we've never seen. Yeah, in this kind of can even get us back to what we were talking about at the beginning, which was like how bad re Bisco is as an enzyme, reb iskoe originally evolved in environments where there was not a lot of oxygen, so as before the great oxygenation of the atmosphere, and so this problem with substituting oxygen for carbon dioxide. Just wasn't a thing when it first of all. And as Oxigen, increased in an atmosphere, it had to start making trade offs between the specificity of whether it chose oxygen or carbon dioxide, and it's efficiency, so it could be more efficient, but then it would incorporate oxygen more often, versus it could be more specific, but then it would be even slower. So if you're designing a system to Novo. Is there a way to bypass some of the evolutionary inherited trade-offs and make something that's just more finely tuned to the situation that you want to design so evolution's always lagging behind how the world is changing, which is exactly why we're Bisco has evolved for a world that we no longer live in, but but humans can adopt much faster. That's like an interesting philosophical idea that people will say. Evolution has on infinite creativity like we could never think of the things. Abolition has created and. I think that's true to some extent, but. Is Fundamentally Limited to be designs that are within of certain distance of the designs that are out there nature today you're not going to get a really huge rapid change in an organism, just because it wouldn't survive that sort of transition period, so there's all of these transitions. Evolution can't pass through, but we can as humans, so I actually think in a lot of ways human creativity can go way beyond what evolution has made and I think there's a ton of opportunity here. Yeah, it's I. Don't think it's necessarily about being better than evolution. It's learning from evolution and seeing all the different ways that evolution has functioned and then kind of taking you. You know the best of the best in matching our own our own knowledge and you know what a I will be able to provide to us as like even beyond our knowledge is like new ways of looking at these problems in these solutions and say and like being able to input them in completely creative ways that you know evolution hasn't hasn't found yet and neither people. Thank you, judy for joining me on. Turtle Club this week to sum up. We are excited about this work. As it demonstrates that you can improve the process of carbon fixation and link it to the natural photosynthesis machinery from plants. This bio engineering solution could be applied to our crops to improve growth, efficiency and carbon dioxide sequestration. That's it for Journal club this week. You can find all these episodes at A16. Z Dot, com forward Slash Journal club. Thanks for listening.