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"joe wallis" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

09:28 min | 2 months ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"We're following breaking news. In taiwan were derailed. Passenger train has killed. Dozens of people and many others remained trapped. It's the island's deadliest rail accident in more than four decades will keep you updated on wsj.com. We're reporting that. The fda is investigating what caused a batch of the active ingredient. For johnson johnson single-dose covid nineteen vaccine to be scrapped over quality laps at a contract manufacturing plant. That's according to a person familiar with the matter. The fda may send an inspection team to the plant operated by emerged bio solutions. Emergent said the discarding abacha occasionally happens during the vaccine manufacturing process adding that its confidence ability to meet. Fda requirements separately. The fda has authorized the first covid nineteen tests for repeated use. That can be used at home by people without symptoms over a few days. Two of the three newly authorized cereal tests don't require a prescription. The fda previously authorized such tests for use only by people with covid nineteen symptoms in minneapolis. We heard from the police. Sergeant overseeing former officer derek chauvin on the night of george floyd death david plugger testified in court that chauvin used force longer than was necessary. He said chauvin could have stopped. Restraining floyd shortly after he quit resisting arrest rather than keeping his knee on his neck for more than nine minutes. Prosecutors also played part of a phone call between chauvin and his supervisor. Shortly after the encounter with floyd the recording offered a rare explanation and chauvin zone words for how he and other officers handled. Floyd chauvin has pleaded not guilty in the case were exclusively reporting that president biden has ordered the pentagon to begin removing some military capabilities and forces from the persian gulf region. The reductions are part of a new effort to realize america's global military footprint away from the mideast and come after biden pledge to recalibrate the us relationship with saudi arabia. Us defense officials declined to provide specifics about the removals. Saudi officials didn't respond to requests for comment about the. Us plans and new jersey is trying to attract film and tv business away from georgia. After that state passed a voting laws that has drawn criticism from several business leaders. That's according to a letter new jersey governor phil murphy's sent to studios that was reviewed by the journal. Murphy offered companies including netflix disney and warner brothers tax credits on production costs that are equal to what georgia offers. Georgia's governor has defended the new law as a necessary measure to prevent voter fraud. Today's good friday which means stock markets in the us and many other countries are closed and the us bond market will close early today. We'll get the. Us jobs report for march later today. Economists are expecting employers will add an average of five hundred fourteen thousand jobs each month over the next year you can follow the data as it comes out. Wsj.com yesterday on the podcast. We talked about how small cap stocks have been on a tear recently. Today we're looking at one area. That hasn't been performing strongly. Gold futures have just had their worst quarter since twenty sixteen in fact only a few assets like orange juice and the turkish lira have performed worse. The journals joe wallis covers commodities from london. And he explains what's behind the drop off while is surprised to see smoke sting ball at a time angola's faltering gold. Prices shot up last year in the early months of the pandemic hasn't she about the prospects for the world economy. People boggled in part because they saw as kind of haven asset now. Most economists projecting a huge rebound in us economic activity this year. People are on the hunt for assets which might stand to benefit from that things like what within commodities industrial metals like copper. That's one reason. Mike investment mantra goethe's phoolan related to that bond yields have risen because investors expect foster economic growth inflation and then finally the dollar has strengthened and that's That makes gold more expensive to overseas bias. In just a moment a look at where the us economy could be heading this year. After the break at janus anderson we believe you can generate consistent. Income without on one surprises are fixed. Income solutions designed to navigate uncertainty. So you can abandon your doubts. Not your financial goals. Please visit janus anderson dot com investing involves risk including the possible loss of principle and fluctuation of value the. Us economy is expected to grow by around six and a half percent this year. That would be the fastest expansion since one thousand nine hundred eighty four and it would be good news for much of the rest of the global economy which relies on the us for imports and exports. But it also could be a mixed blessing for some national economies here to explain as a reporter. Paul hannon who spoke with our charlie turner from london. Paul thanks for coming on the show. I want to start by asking why the us economy is expected to grow so much this year. Okay we'll two big reasons. One is the fiscal support package. The biden administration has just gone through congress. That's one point nine trillion dollars. And that's going to deliver a big boost to demand for you know hustles across across the country. The other thing is that the vaccine program the vaccination program is doing really well. It's it's it's moving much more quickly. I think than people had expected when it was first launched and that will allow the economy to reopen. You know it will allow people to feel safer about going back to bars restaurants. Sports feels dot kind of thing so you stick those two things together and it's it's sort of like a perfect growth storm. You've got a lot of push coming from the stimulus package and you got a lot of poll coming from the attraction of being back in kind of normal life when you go to the mall or go to the bar. Whatever and so. What's the upside of rap. The us growth for other countries and who would benefit the most. The upside is that. Us consumers will be spending a lot more money on things that are made overseas and the place that makes most of those things is east. Asia china taiwan south korea vietnam in particular have done very well in the last six months or so and and they would be the main beneficiaries this year and europe as well it. It still makes a lot of stuff to that. Americans buy so two parts of the world should get should get a big boost. And then you've got commodity producers people who produce things like oil for example which you not that sort of took quite ahead when the pandemic struck and everything closed down and reopening would increase world demand. So we'll be good for the oil producers as well at the same time. Are there things that could limit the benefits. Yeah there are. I mean if you think about the the way in which quotes is gonna look to for most people it is bad going back to bars and other services that have been closed so those those things are mainly happening inside the us. There isn't that much spillover outside So it's slightly different from a typical period of really strong. Us growth which would tend to kind of suck in more more in. You know household goods gadgets. Stuff like that so Yeah it it's going to be much more concentrated in the us. I think than than is typically the case. And then what are the downsides with the rest of the world be at a disadvantage if the us economy is growing rapidly overall probably not. I mean you know this is mostly a good thing you know and it will be a great thing if everywhere else could grow as quickly as the us is going to but there are some risks and the one that mostly is drawing the attention of economic policy makers is the possibility that you'd see a repeat of something that happened in two thousand and thirteen when the prospect of higher. Us interest rates which investors are convinced are on the way. Kind of drags money away from these. Developing countries and forces central banks in those developing countries to raise their borrowing rates in order to hold onto that money. And in that case you you'd get a situation where countries that are already struggling. Because they don't have access to the same kind of level of vaccination the us does and you know we've had a really bad time of the last year Are hit by another blow because you know for central bank raises interest rates. It's going to. It's going to slow growth and finally for many people getting their covid. Nineteen vaccine after all this time means a lot will almost nothing related to the pandemic has been joyful at some vaccination sites.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"To weaken as it heads. North through Arkansas packing, enough strength to keep causing damage. Following up on our discussion last night, there's new information from Kenosha Wisconsin, the State Justice Department says, Rust and chess ski is the officer who Shot Black Resident Jacob Blake in the back. It also says Blake admitted to having a knife in his possession after the agency finishes investigating the incident there will be decision on whether to prosecute federal investigators are also conducting a civil rights investigation. The shooting widely seen on social media led two days of protests, some of which turned violent. TIKTOK CEO is leaving not even three months into the job. Kevin Mayor said the political environment has changed and his job would be very different following the sale of tick talks US business that's widely expected following. White House moves that would effectively ban the video sharing. If, it's not sold to an American buyer. The former Disney exact was one of the highest profile American business leaders to join the Chinese. Company. Do. Weekly jobless numbers are out later today here's our markets reporter Joe Wallis son what forecasters expect. So the number of Americans who are applying for unemployment benefits probably held around million last week, and that's an indication that companies keep on laying off workers even though the broader economy is showing some signs of recovery new applications for unemployment benefits have stagnated around the one million mark recently and that significantly lower than the peak of almost seven million march. But it still well, above pre pandemic levels of about two hundred, thousand claims a week. So they're assigns the Labor. Markets Healing Stephanie Healing slowly than in the spring. Checking the earnings calendar, it's a big day for retail with dollar general dollar tree and the gap reporting results no mountain view this year the Kansas City Fed's conference in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Usually a major event on the calendar for the global banking elite. This year it's virtual because of the pandemic fed chair Jerome Powell will give the keynote this morning just ahead, the latest the GOP convention including the conversation and how the Republican Party.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"To try to find hints about a future recovery plus us. Banks are strong enough to withstand the pandemic this according to the Federal Reserve Stress Test and the heavy lift facing gyms across the country covid nineteen has really turned the entire finished industry up on Ted. We'll tell you about the specific changes. You may see when you return. It's Friday June, the twenty six I'm Mark Stewart with the Wall Street Journal, and this is what's news. In new attack to the affordable care act the trump administration is asking supreme court to invalidate the healthcare law. The Justice Department argues in a brief that the law is invalid since Congress eliminated a penalty for those without health insurance, although a decision likely won't come before Election Day, the move is a political gamble Democrats have accused president trump of endangering health insurance during the pandemic. The US Senate has passed a bipartisan bill that would put sanctions on some Chinese officials. The bill aims to defend human rights in Hongkong. Where China is introducing controversial new Security Law, that could erode the city's limited autonomy. The sanctions could also hit banks and firms that do business. With Chinese officials, the White House didn't respond to a request for comment, but officials say some of the trump administration feared the mandatory sanctions could hurt diplomatic efforts. The National Park. Service is restricting access to a memorial in Washington DC. After protesters said they're planning to bring down. A Statue of Abraham Lincoln areas around the statues would be closed through the end of July, according to a memo viewed by the Wall Street Journal, the emancipation memorial is facing criticism for its imagery, showing President Lincoln looming over kneeling Black Man, and his broken shackles erected in eighteen, seventy six. It's meant to commemorate the eighteen sixty three proclamation free slaves. A warning from South Korea's president to North Korea, not to launch an armed attack Moon Jae In's remarks that South Korea would respond to any threat is unusually strong for a president who has spent three years trying to improve relations with Pyongyang. It comes after weeks of rising tensions. After North Korea blew up as on earlier this month. It said this week it was suspending military action plans against the south. It says it's committed to strengthening its nuclear arsenal in criticize Washington. Coming up. The health of our financial systems is crucial right now. We have the results of the Fed's latest stress test on banks, including the impact of the pandemic. Who? Lou. The Fed says. US banks are healthy enough to withstand the pandemic, but big losses are possible comparible to the two thousand eight financial crisis. That's the finding of the central banks closely watched stress tests this year. The Wall Street Journal's Joe Wallis has more on the results and a worst case scenario the Fed yesterday protest annual stress test of the US banking system needs tested designed to gauge the health of the nation's biggest lenders and this year they're expanded to study the effects of the economic downturn brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the central banks prolonged downturn could saddle the biggest use banks with up to seven hundred billion in losses on soured loans. That's a worst case scenario where unemployment remains high economy doesn't bounce back correctly. defecit banks will still take a five hundred and sixty billion dollar hit. Even if the economy rapidly recovers, but either way, the Fed said banks are strong enough to resign the crisis. The federal did impose some limitations on banks that several keep them healthy during the crisis, it all banks to cap dividends, and also told them to suspend share buybacks in the third quarter to conserve funds. Share back to the main way that US bank's return capital shoulders,.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Idea. Is that much like the prizes? Your name is George Valentine. You're not so sure you do. For instance the surprise of meeting the booking agents who got brown eyed audrey at her job as Lissi lamb partner in a successful shadow dance act the agent's name is Franz cling but he doesn't use it anymore. You're dead marriage. You don't shoot us over thirty eight pistol do you doing Lieutenant John I am with myself dot says it could happen several hours ago some this morning elevator man says he's got a toothache didn't notice who's been up and down. You'll be back in a minute but I don't see any reason why this murder have to have anything to do with Lucy's new partner dear Miss Brooks in one half hour census was reported. We have got witnesses to what the fact that playing was an agent with no license with no visitors except guys on the finance company and with no plans Miss Audrey Murphy. Oh in fact. His desk drawer shows the same thing not much of a death. Not Much of an office of an agent. Oh No people. Next door. Didn't hear any shots or anything. They just confirmed a proactive Andrea. What do you mean up here several times in the last month also out a few times? Where the guy on the evening? Hello how Valentine you know took lizzy home but audrey. It wasn't. They're not losing their no. No only the practice there. She's got room in a boarding house downtown out at home. Landlady wouldn't notice a time. David gave her a free watch. Good case cases like this nice and flare alright. Alright so I bring in nothing. What did you find here just going over his things? George to claim was up to something with audio era such as well he got a job with Lucy. For instance what. It looks like more than that only more of what? Don't ask me okay. Hey Hey hey why are you going? You just got here. I got a shadow. I'd like to get rid of them. Come in wally. I thought I left you back in that drugstore. Make sure I know what's going on if you're Lieutenant Johnson you see. I'm the menace. Started with an I did you know this. Guy Cling No Sir I never met him. Lucy ever mentioned no sir. She didn't know him either. Just man who sent Andrea Tour Holy Smoke? You must've been so glad to finally find somebody you could use it a button. I mean people would notice a difference. There is I mean. Why should lucy go ask and a lot of questions? Why didn't you tell us about Adriana in the first place why I mean why should I was Lucie? That man gift following audrey she was never around there and we're getting a sense out of him. Thanks while he goodbye. Wait a minute Joe Wallis. I WANNA know why you're so anxious about Lucy. Oh well you see. She's got a good deal of money. She and her sister making years past. That's what I mean. Why does that Empress Joe so much? But somebody like Muskat might be accurate or Adriana. He's not the kind of want to work for money. Or this cling man you I mean you. I mean that's why I worry about Lucy so much. Just try and whether the BOYS DANCE NOT. GonNa want it. I said well and stay away from Lucy. We'll look out for. What have you say? Now look my fine grande soy and the boys dense. But he's right. It does all tie together. Have you been going through the stuff in the desk drawer? And that's why it didn't shut the door and look underneath o'clock the matter the rug that'll tie it together. I wanted another diamond from muscats ring this time at the scene of a murder..

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"Others this year so we're excited about people that did it last year. Have you found that they continued it since they kind of started and felt pretty comfortable with it. Yes so that's always a risk about these types of events right is like and you guys know because you're in that business to like what's a real. Roi for the people not just from a networking standpoint because there's value in a networking standpoint. But then when you look at like did they just take notes and then kind of go back into their daily grind or did they actually apply their knowledge. So I'm really really happy to say that the many people who attended the conference reached out some me personally after. I'll give you ones I'll give you two specific examples. One being a client a Web web client at the time who attended our voice conference really knowing not that much about voice challenging us to build a skill on Alexa that has a the video component of visual component. So thanks to her. I learned a pl right so I learned so yeah like double benefit of the conference right right and then another one another small business owner that wanted to build a quiz you know To help his ECOMMERCE clients find the right product for them based on their lifestyle choices so then I had to learn you know the logic and the capture and all of that so yeah very very cool on both sides. That's that's good to hear. And I liked that workshops out at you're taking king because like you said most people go they take notes very passive is going to be able to build something that you understand how to do and then continue. Obviously they have to be consistent. But that's extremely mainly helpful. Yeah well thank you. That's that's our style right like we like getting ask questions by our clients and then we turn that into content. That can help everybody so. That's our content strategy and then our business development strategy has been just have like ten to fifteen person workshops and in helping them do stuff like facebook business manager Google analytics Google ads stuff in wordpress and so the voice one superfund though because nobody nobody nobody really knows what to do. So we're learning and they're learning and yeah the workshop styles just us and that's why we can pull it off. I think if we tried to do something much bigger or you have a bunch of keynotes and stuff. I just don't think we'd be as good at it right well and I think it's good to stick to what you do. Well we're doing you know. So how is Nashville Asheville in Chattanooga here for project voice had a Nashville and Chattanooga differ. How are they saying when it comes to technology as a whole invoice technology our people a lot of companies as within both Nashville is very in my opinion established especially in the healthcare space and the business services space? There's some brilliant companies in Nashville that are like You know diamonds in the rough basically because they're so established. I don't WanNa say say. They're stuck in their ways but there are very strategic about like what new types of things that they want implement and there they really need to be proven why they need to go. Oh into a specific space. So that's actually why we're data driven design. I won't get into the long story but like just having to prove so hardcore that they need to do something and so as I understand. But that's good about Nashville right like that's very positive because then when somebody makes an investment into that like you know that they're invested so oh voice in Nashville was not surprisingly hard. It was a hard sell to get people to pay attention to it. And now that there's some momentum it's GonNa still still always be a hard sell to like get them to try it but it's happening Chattanooga the home of project voice seems to be more open minded initially about like embracing new technology and they both that they have the fastest Internet country. Nashville I can. I am from Tom Springhill and Thomson Station. Which is like twenty minutes south of Nashville very very slow Internet so two differences? I think Chattanooga's may be a little bit more willing to to try different things. Faster Internet then Nashville right interesting. Yeah no that definitely helps. What have you learned from being here at project voices? They're kind of a common theme that you're seeing within voice whether it's from the development side design side or what there's way more than I ever thought existed in Boyce way more like I've been sort of heads down on building voice APPS and so my mind has been on getting clients on Alexa and Google and and then being here I'm like holy crap like there's way more than that these these assistance like the custom assistance. That brands are building. Aren't even they don't have anything to do with Alexa. Google but then they that brand will have an Alexa skill or Google action that will basically be like the top of the funnel. Maybe you you know. And so. That's super interesting to me. And then if I didn't know anything about Bixby I didn't I don't know anything about bixby. Joe Wallis CTO at data driven designed. He's he's funny. We were in the keynote this morning and he does this thing like sorry for the listeners. You can't see me but he does. This thing really puts both of his hands on his and I know he's like going into like processing mode like he's processing he's really thinking in in like fifty percent of the time he'll verbalize what he's thinking and the other fifty percent he'll go back and do what he was doing and so he does this thing where he's like and then he looks up at me and he goes Paul. I think everything about myself and the way that I've ever done anything thing in the way that I'm going to continue to do anything in my life just completely changed based on that team. That's a shout out to them and talking talking earlier with another guest you know so Amazon Alexa and Google assistant and bixby's still fairly new. And so you know really a push for them to push the marketing You know and Roger. Roger Kibbe at labs working with them is doing a great job of expressing the creativity and the third party development and being places like this to to teach more about it. So it's great to hear that. There's there's an interest. There's an excitement for people on the technology and development side. Yeah I think you bring up a good point. I mean Amazon Google and Samsung mad props to them coming to events like this and even they they all walk the talk like they're they're giving developers the I think the most access that I've ever seen anything and it's really cool for enterprise level of biggest companies in the world to be here at an event like this and giving developers access to their platform and like really caring about the Development Community. It's really cool. Yeah I was telling someone earlier you know last night Google had them speaking and they gave out an email and then it goes to one guy and I was like. That's amazing. You know you really are here with the pioneers and the people starting out and you know in ten years. It'll be amazing to see what happens. Absolutely I love it. It's so good work. The people are more about your connect with you go to data driven dot design. That's our website and the Nashville Voice Conference Dot Com so Nashville Voice Conference Dot com data driven dot design perfect. Thank you so much I appreciate it. Thank you for listening to the inside voice podcast. We greatly appreciate appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love it if you would subscribe follow like share. Leave a review of the show. Joe If you have any questions comments feedback people. You WanNa see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Carey at motive dot com that's K. E. R. I at M. O. D. E. DOT COM and be sure to check us out online at voice summit dot Ai. Thank you and we look forward to chatting with you next week..

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips

Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips

"Up. I'm curious and Sarah and we're now live at the first day of project voice you might hear some clattering and banging. That's because they're building the future of voice at this conference literally they are and I'm excited. This is our first time. ABC's other face to face. I mean I can say that Paul lives up to it you've got. You've got the same great extremity and just innovative thoughts on what's that large invoice in person. So thank you for joining me. Thanks Q. Here Man. We've got more and more days of this right. Yeah Eh. Now if you're looking to get involved in the voice APP voice skill were world and you own a business or you thinking about starting the company. What tools would you use if you wanted to make your own skin okay? So there's some really great tools to make your own skill It depends on what you WanNa do but if you WANNA to get started actually Amazon has blueprints and Google has templates and so you can actually go in and anybody can do this. I would recommend you try this first. Jason just see how far you can get. It's almost like buying. A wordpress theme was a lot of small business owners. That have actually gone out and bought their own wordpress themes and tried to do it themselves in mid level marketers in larger companies. So you could try Amazon blueprints detract Google templates but then just to take a notch. There's I would recommend three different the other platforms depending on what you want. And so one is a power user of Voice Flow Boyce flow is Gives you the ability to to build custom voice apps without coding but then for example like Joe Wallis Our CTO WHO's project voice with me. He and I can collaborate. He's a coder. I'm not I can start a skill I can start an APP invoice flow. He can come and layer code over top of that The second one would so voice as flow. It sounds like it's a great introduction for someone that is a little bit more technically so inclined in savvy but doesn't necessarily WANNA put the cold to to the application literally right so if you're the marketer at a convenience store that has let's say fifty locations and then you're responsible for all of the marketing like you might update the website you might fool around with a blueprint but you're probably not going to go into voice flow and build anything because it's a little bit a higher level. You might have a dedicated employees and your team. That would do that. or You would hire an agency like us or make sense and then the second one is sorry go in if anyone has any questions on invoice flow or anything in that route. Were Paul's mentioning. I'll linked to you in the in the chat after we get done. Yeah that'd be great. I'd be happy to help anybody ready with that and And then the second one that I'm obviously big on because we built a data driven design is called the voice designer so it's a wordpress plugin that allows you to build a voice APP. which is both Alexa scale and Google action from the back of your wordpress admin dashboard and then utilizes the continent wordpress? Yep That's interesting bide on cocaine you can get Not yet you can buy it on our website. The voice designer dot com or download the free version and the Weird Plus Plugin Directory. You can be in the back end wordpress site now in search the voice designer and you'll see charging people to get going so we're not but but we are charging to publish the skill so so you can download it for free. You can build a voice up for free and you can test it on the Amazon and Google and then in order to publish it. Indy live to the world. You'd by either a single site license or developer license got it got it got it. That's pretty really fresh. And what was the third thing so the third thing is is called engaged by voice voice dot com. They have built some really sweet templates Orca so like for example. If you you just want to build like a quick voice based text campaign for example where you WanNa maybe allow somebody to Save their phone number into into a voice device as part of your campaign and then they get a text with a url on it or with called action on it You could use engage by voice so They're good friends of ours. We've tested there's their product. It's awesome so engaged my voice. That's more action specific. What a little bit further than what? A blueprint White Golfer. Me exactly exactly. It's a template like a blueprint you can't really customize it whereas so I would say voice flow you can get super custom the voice designer you can get the the next level of custom engaged by voice. You're using templates but they're really sophisticated. Let's make sense. It makes sense already. If you have any questions about voice I would go ahead and let me know when the comments below will get to those other than that Paul. What are you expecting to see a project? Voice Twenty twenty. I mean I'm expecting to learn about A lot of the stuff. That voice is helping consumers. Do you know I mean you and I have talked offline about some of that stuff kind of trying to make people's worlds a little bit. Maybe a little bit more fun. Maybe a little bit more convenient like giving him some stuff to try so. I'm excited to learn about some of that now for me personally I wanNA know stuff like My clients have a lot of questions on how to get found on say the ECHO show Device for example. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean. The echo show was cool because the only way I find apps currently is those flash briefings that yes Amazon puts up Alexa as for the suggestion suggestion. So what I want to learn from project voices. I want to go to the people at Amazon and try to understand. Okay what does that ecosystem look like to try and get feature either featured or suggested or in another example Q.. Is like even if you're not on the show if your daughter something you might try to invoke skill oh you might try to say You Know Alexa Wears The nearest Arts and crafts store to me and it might did not know the answer but what it started to do is started to say. I don't know the answer to that but I have a few skills that can help you with that God and so I want to try to understand how how again. How does that ecosystem work? If we're building a skill that has content related to a local arts and crafts store right are there keywords as we can put into the back end. Is there description. We can put in their content in the skill. Amazon's looking for or Google looking forward to elevate that up. So how do you build awareness for correct skill that you've put a lot of time and energy without having to you without having to promote it on instagram and promoted in your email newsletter and promoted everywhere else because we know as marketers that that's what our clients have to do and I said our clients like we're talking about like mid sized level company mirrors and startup founders and things like that but We we know that those things have to happen you have to cross promote. Yes but what are the things. What can you do on the platform to be found those well? You can catch us in the future. Thanks thanks for joining our livestream. We will chat with you and many others in the in the following days to come absolutely all right..

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"joe wallis" Discussed on All In The Mind

All In The Mind

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on All In The Mind

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"You'll hear him talk about how the top five companies invoice tack our positioning themselves in the market which includes Google Amazon Samsung Apple and Microsoft and how facebook facebook may become another top player invoice. Plus you'll hear his thoughts on how designers and developers should be preparing and creating in a way that allows skills to be on all the platforms and and if he thinks there's room for third parties to compete with the big players in the space. High inside boys podcast listeners. Today my guest is the CO founder of the U. X. World and the host of the great voice podcast with the same name B. U. X.. World Mister Cain. Sam's thank you for being here. Welcome Kennedy appreciate. I'm moving the work you're doing on the podcast. Those fine. Hopefully we don't destroy all of that with this talk just now. Hopefully we can continue what you started. We'll thank you. Yeah it's been. We were talking talking earlier. I have seen you. I have watched you now. We get to have you on here and discuss the topic together. I'm really excited about but before we get into it. You've been a writer and you've been in the digital marketing space or many years. Where did your interest in transition into boys come in? And why Tonto pinpoint a specific. Take time both before uncle into market in on and all that Kinda stuff. I was familiar to music on not that I was successful. asheville music producer. Or anything like that. Did you submit music on a very very small. I wouldn't call it a career mainly we had one kind of CD Out Buckman CDs with the things that you kind of did and quite a few gigs down the country now that loss of USA right or wrong music choose our roll music and still flat out so I kind of Creative and this was when I was like some fifteen twenty so I've always kind of been a bit of a creative and then kind of went and did mock in rocket not unique events. Both dyson do you should be a freelance writer for awhile. The mall going global market and the closer to the end user. I ended up getting until eventually I ended up becoming a designer and then into you X.. Consultancy position and so really when I I think I've seen something online about Alexa on. That never really understood what it was all. Come across it and seeing this thing that we're talking to and I was thinking if you could and this is before. I knew that you could do this but I was thinking if you could create sink fall this this platform it'll be unbelievable because it's like basically covers every single one of the skills alkyl audio production right in on user experiences on. It's almost like perfect and then not doing against Research found that you could build things fall this thing but I thought well what I'm GonNa do is going to cost. I'm going to learn about it and I'm going to publish. What eleven so so that everyone else can learn as well if that would be useful and the demand Empha- The US world? When I had the idea which was in June twenty-seventh but I couldn't find anyone who interview about about it? I just literally couldn't find anyone who had any experience or who have done and it was kind of going on in America in small pockets. Nothing over in the UK from find sauce on the idea for about six months. And I think across the this week in boys costs discussing news. This news about this industry is an industry than the most people. Doing something with this is not doing a bit of investigation and before you knew our recorded forecast. In December put out in February. I think it was two thousand eighteen. Take that it's being kind of constant Evans and from there we've done you know. Not just the PODCAST talks and hosting events consultancy design studio with doing a whole host interesting. So it's been fun so far as gray. I mean congratulations to you can definitely see your passion for it. The hard work you put into it how much you're posting on social social you know people are definitely looking to you as a source of knowledge so again. I congratulate you and thank you for doing that now. You wrote an article a while back a vow. The current voice assistance and their marketing positions in other words. What makes them unique? And what you feel is missing from the space and I love for you to take us through the top top five and the newest one that is trying to fill the missing piece. So let's start off with Google Assistant. You say their current marketing position is search. Can you tell us why why you think they are the best for this. I think this echo was in May and things have changed since then so I think that Google position has also changed slightly out obviously first ciccio various because Google is predominantly a search company. So I'll kind of all of its origins. Are I think with the kind of Google Assistant. Searching on it will be and is conned of high volume newscasts that bound to be focusing their efforts getting such right. But I think what they've done in recent months is festival trying to keep pace with Amazon and some areas saw for example voice in the car the list Nissan. What is it about what kind of ugly looking one? Duke is it. Jukes in America Nissan Juke. I'm not familiar with it now. haven't reached the lens of the US yet the Horrible horrible looking cars. But anyway they have Google assistant in them that was on TV about the Google amid partnerships with The kind of released are going to release the pixel votes phones phones. which have Google assistant in them on the rebranded? The whole thing since May the rebranded all of the Google home devices to nest devices. So they're obviously trying to make a play in the small but I think all of that stuff really is just them trying to keep up with where I'm at and so things like pushing it into the car on releasing headphones phones. I'm trying to kind of get a grip on the spot. Home and smile hormone. Admissions to flood is more of a kind of following strategy. Well I think that will lead is mobile successive almost and when it was Iowa which might have even been before this was shut my interest off the last IRO events this year they released things like in options auctions on Beethoven. It's only a small number of use cases that can actually take abundant to it but essentially if don't know about what it is you can stop the interaction on Google Google assistant and then that will take what you say to Google assistant and pre populate your APP with those fields for example. You could say a Google book me a table a Friday night at seven fifteen people and it will take all of those things that you've just said on pre populate the fields within your with the information so it's Kinda like a shawl all courses like sumit's shortcuts it'll take from Google assistant into an op way already halfway through the user journey so I think Google General undestand pedigree and mobile. All is pretty good as well so I think mobile is one area where they will do really well weather one. That differentiates is and then also what they've tried to do as well. You'll notice is trying to kind of thread together. All of Google's services over the top of having Google assistant as the primary kind of interface foreign. So they've got the Google calendar g mail things like Youtube things like Sergio Google profile all the services that they have like docs sheets and stuff like they've got quite a lot of services services. They provide in different avenues that I could tie together on how Google assistant as the thing that beds them all together because they have a mobile footprint with you ninety nine percent of you think they can be the single and not necessarily single but the primary voice assistant fall certainly people in the android Loyd ecosystem and do you find in the UK that people are using Google assistant more than Amazon Alexa pretty consistent people using Google assistant without even realizing is in the using. Google assistant is the thing I mean. The other day wasn't actually the other day. It was a while back now and above probably told this anecdote on the podcast. Motta was here. It is fifty eighth breath. Left this all happy birthday if you are ever listening if you managed to find out how to listen to podcasts He would describe himself as someone who isn't necessarily technically savvy. Oh boy has the devices we go Michael his birthday the or the On a Samsung Galaxy. Utah whatever it might be. And he was down and we were talking about whisky. And we're trying to figure around what the process is called but turns a whiskey into the kind of Caramel kind of Dark Cola. So whiskey when you brew it. It's just white. It's clear and you need to in the Kola China because me and my brother in law no whiskey tasting Trying to figure out what China remember. What the term was whiskey? Dhakal and Madonna's whipped phone and just asked Google. What's the process for whiskey getting Dhakal? How does whiskey gates called an assistant? It took him to WHO A featured snippet Kemoko unto question. And he didn't know he was interacting with Google assistant but he was doing anyway. Upton Amano side the post this is gonNA sound like a typical set up bump into a friend of mine outside the post office and this is generally true. And we just had a general contract and still flatten out and said you know that's organized something. That's gopher drink think and he said well okay well. Let's do it in a few weeks time. And he asked his foreign what am I doing on. XYZ Dead Friday. There's something and told him that. The evening was afraid he said well. Let's pencil he didn't know that it was using Google assistant even like reference Google assistant at all. It was just talking to his phone so I think that people are using it more than we actually think but the not abusing it because they want to use Google assistant does use in their voice to do stuff because it's more convenient. Yes it makes so much sense. 'cause I know when I talked to people that are not in this realm. They have no. Oh I dea. When voice is and they always think of it as just the device in your home? But you're right. They're using it already and they're not even aware and I guess I didn't know personally that Google was attached android so it's probably a lot more effective in some ways than apple. Siri which will be getting a little bit. You phone is the thing that you have with you. The vast cost majority of the time for Google is an Auburn. The the mobile will be really important for them moving onto Amazon Alexa. Now in this article again as you said was written in May so I love that. You're kind of updating your thoughts on this you had said that their angle was primarily in the shopping realm. Why do you think this is their most important angle or do you think it's changed? I think some things have changed. I think the Alexa Platform has matured a little bit but fundamentally that's kind of where it is all going to end up for Amazon in some way shape or form given that half of that business or a large chunk of that businesses retail. I think about having worked with Amazon I wouldn't say it tight be tightly Fairly you know quite a bit over the last year and we've been involved in things like the lexical which we were in with. Charlie Qadri Brienne Sundays on on Joe Wallis upset now in book scale. I was invited to be part of that team for the electrical which we come first in the UK office in Europe and said in America in the world rather which was actually a last minute finally and also which. I didn't get a chance to go to I was on the cruise my brother-in-law's wedding anywhere throughout the EXA. Corp you kind of a sense. The Amazon already prioritize in the guidance and the mental ship that you were given throughout the whole process was very much about festive. Almost make it something. That's a good experience. This is grounded in something that is useful secondly us all of Amazon's features saw create a multi modal experience on third and one of the things that are pushing pretty heavily as in skill purchasing. And they're trying to drive everyone who's building skills now to experiment with in-school purchase and I don't think there is a coincidence. Y The developer rewards program people don't know about it's a program where Amazon will pay developers for high performance skills. Just meant in your skills. I'm it's kind of uncommon understood thing in the industry that those developed rewards have been declining in terms of how much develop is again paid by Amazon. That's been declining recently. And I think one of the reasons for that is because they are probably trying to push developers into use it in skill coach in interviews on his pay within the kind of experiences so conversely shopping will be huge for Amazon fundamentally. That's probably what they may be using. I don't definitely.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Sure, you I'm trying to think if I could get Sylvia's favourite Cobb of all time because it may be different now with the current success. Can I put THEO as? In your arms and take a bigger. Matter with your child a child. Places a tough one. This is a tough one speaking something don't think I know because there's a part of me that's going hobby numbers. That says Ben zobrist doesn't get the let me start here. What about SARS? Long. Sorry. All those old guys have been overtaken. Listen what this team is list down. All right. I'm gonna give you my card hiking. Get yours. On my list. Bill Bill Buckner. Number one on my list. My favorite player. That's for you. Number two casing. No Rick Monday. Okay. Okay. Exactly what he did the anniversary of that was the other day. Yes. Number two. Rick Monday, number three, Bill Matlock? I knew you were going to third basement he wants to banning chasm. Nobody cares about that. And that drives me absolutely crazy my partner, I knew he'd be. I knew thank you number four on my list. Rick Russell Tarzan. Joel right. One of the greatest nicknames of all time. Great nickname Tarzan, Joe Wallis and never my list of forgotten. Russia.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on All In The Mind

All In The Mind

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on All In The Mind

"Actually. So what do you think is the most important area of research to be done in this field now in the future? Some really big questions around how we can improve the speed at which people have come fears. The learning of that information was still doing that type of research, and it's fascinating. I really love the idea that we can understand the Brian mechanisms and really help people to learn much faster. I think there's also a big societal issue anxiety is very common and people need access to good treatments. So how do you improve access and how do you deliver treatments in a way which can affect large numbers of people? People that are supporting someone with anxiety. It can be really frustrating. Because when I watched the person fear, whatever it is it's hearts as snakes. I sit there, and why can't you just do that? It doesn't make any sense. It should be able to do it. And they get frustrated but that frustration. It's I'm the part of the Bryan that drives decision making and sensible decision making, you know, faucets. You. He's ten thousand dollars invested in bring it back in a year's time with as much money as you can then you sit down and hopefully use the decision making power to the Brian to make that decision. Renzo is not like that E. See it feel it just as you react, you stunned thinking there, and that problem means that part of the therapy process is helping to get the decision making part of the brain to talk to and to begin to control the situations that drive the enzyme. So often clients will side of me, Adam I know that's not gonna happen. I know I'm going to be safe. But get me out if you about to die, and they're just describing the biology of already which is you've got the decision making prices, which makes complete sense. But then you've got the fear which is automatic habitual response without any thinking process and just on a fried get me outta here. And I think that if you're supporting someone with anxiety, you need to be patient in aid to be supportive in to make sure they're in control one of the worst. And you can do is surprise them and to try and push them into go them into doing things that I wanna do also as they confidence bills then gradually encouraging them to face the fees. Professor, Adam Steeler, who's the Michael crouch chair in child and youth mental health at the brain and mind center at Sydney University. If you've been disturbed by anything you've heard in today's program. Call lifeline on one three double one one four and hit to the all in the mind website. We will put links to further support, thanks to producer Diane team. And sound engineer. Joe wallis? I'm Lee, Malcolm, it's great to have your company catch next time.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hello. David you're still with us. Yes, I'm here. Okay. Do you get hiccups? No, okay. Yeah. Any rate will you got you got several of the disease occur when the cranial nerve squeezed by Yossi process, filling the tunnels of these nerves kosher. So you're privy candidate one hundred seventy four pounds give it all the bad news, fried, foods, processed meats gluten. So we probably Ryan hose went to. Go ahead and be sure you're gonna take two healthy, brain and heart PAKs per month. Is the biggest hammer in our toolbox. Two healthy, brain heart PAKs your month old those earning a breakfast and dinner time, you're going to get the glucose gel, fifteen castles day, five five and five dollars a month to support promote maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue, and here comes bone matrix voted self, okay, your face, your skull, and those tunnels will open back up. Take the pressure off the nerve your Kiesel giant backup and Henry seen gums and bleeding gums L stop. And then you need the vitamin d three those twice a day. That's two bottles a month. And then you need the three of those twice in his one month. Again, they're designed to promote maintenance repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue, just between vertebrae bone make supposed sell and doctors don't even know about osteoporosis goal. They think you only get out poses to your legs and your arms ear. You're right, doc. It's everywhere. Yeah. It's everywhere. You get as poses is everywhere, and the skull you can have twenty-five different diseases, and we are losing your hearing. So hearing loss you have any hearing loss for not at all. Okay. Voice change. Only from this smoke right now. Okay. Stop. Story there. Yeah. Yeah. You have osteoporosis to the skull. And so all of these things we've suggested will support healthy major pair of your skull and all of these symptoms go away, including it will tighten up your teeth. I'd give it six months before. He started thinking about implants in these total. Yeah. Because once you once you go and get those teeth out. That's it. They're gone. They're gone. And it doesn't it doesn't help the osteoperosis either. He keeps getting worse. Here's that number to call to David since one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four very schooled people there. One eight five five nine four nine radio critical health, news dot com. Good luck. With you David as well. We did a poll one stock of just how many people had afflictions, and it's uncanny. How many people at almost all ages have something wrong with them? It just doesn't stop doesn't kids. Your barn was on not. There's not a gender age thing Kizer. Born now with MS roses 'cause mothers are eating a microwave popcorn in early pregnancy. In the brains for me. So the kids are born with him as and they will die of stroke. His little dives Fokker blood clot in the brain. When they're six eight ten years old is a disease of middle aged people. And this is because the nutrients near food are way down if he eat, well like doctors tell you all you need. We'll be like putting Durkee your car from Texas. Don't put all in your car. Why waste your money just jerk from Texas, and there may be some more on that dirt. What about I got an Email from someone who's got scoliosis? Which is a spine thing, right? Yeah. Let's go to do degenerative disease, and the, ligaments and tendons and muscles are pulling down on the vertebral column and caused the district getting thinner economy instead of being vertical goes into an s shape or w shaped, and so it's a combination of treating nutritionally as you would ask you and using inversion board. I had one gal Judy I'll tell you her first name Judy. She's from Detroit Michigan. She's sixty four years old and she had lost seven inches in height because of her scoliosis. Just I mean total I mean some of her down to like two millimeters instead of a half inch. And so we got her on one of these inversion boards got around to healthy bone joint tax was an extra vitamin d three and the MSN and six months time. She gained five inches of at seven inches back in all of the scoliosis is gone. That's a remarkable four years of age. Oh, let's go to Perry in lompoc, California. Hi, perry. Go ahead, sir. Hello. Hello, gentlemen. My favorite guest. Dr Joe Wallis. Well, you're very kind. How can we help you? Yes. We I wanted to tell you a brief comment here. We had offended printed in the family here. Her name is Renee, and she's been fighting brain cancer for the last better part two years they overdose. You're here at a local hospital in lompoc, and she almost lost wonderful. God. Okay. So here we go again. My main question. I'm sorry, sir. Go ahead Perry. Oh, my my main question is I had the snow to note of my upper back in my neck. And I I would fall from tennis time. My right les. We'd go out. Okay. They treated me with that. I'm still on a lot of pain here. You know, it goes down my legs and everything and I still am in a wheelchair right now. And I just I had two hip pain. And and he goes, yeah. I get I get it. Okay. So you want to save a little time here. She'll only go with you. I okay 'cause I can ask you questions if I need to deal with the other person after we do as you basically how much you as her. I am about a hundred and eighty five pounds, right? Okay. So you need to get revolved the bad stuff. No fried foods, no process needs. No agrees need to be able to the nutrients. So you've gotta be gluten free. No, we'd rather. I not everybody in the house. Who's the dog the camp the bird the fish? Everybody's gotta be drop dead gluten free. So there's no cross contamination the laundry preparation services and the couches and so on and then you need to healthy, brain and heart PAKs, your months of bulldozing twice a day. You need the vitamin d tree tree. Those twice a day. Is two bottles a month. You need the glucose gel, you prefer camps and take fifteen a danger for for the liquid victory ounces. They algebraic dinner glucose jail again to support and promote means repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue gifts between the vertebrae bone. Makes you phone itself. Includes the hips in the back in the shoulders and the neck, and until then the MSN like us, Amazon take nine of those day, treat three and three. That'll be two dollars a month in sulphur compound is supported him promote maintenance repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue bone makes. And then lastly, handy take what we call immortality them. It's gonna that's my favorite talk. That's it. Everybody loves that one. But it makes all stem cells. Your body is the Rama chills, you stem cells the epi it takes them out of hibernation make sure stem cells go to work and do their job, which is retire everything. And so I'd go ahead and take three of those immortality twice. Maybe two thousand month Marcello him and just like like George says actually thinking loves that one because things were coming along. Suddenly now remarkable how can you have pain? We have our new hint. FX products are CBD oil a no THC in it. And we have for pain is called sued is a pump bottle of the cream in it. And so. THE I like to get her trauma while for deep bone and joint pain trauma while from aromatherapy, all division drops to trauma. Well in a half a teaspoon of that sued SO THE wishes are pain relieving CBD oil product from hemp. If extradition exists to together apply that to your hip your back..

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"joe wallis" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on KTRH

"You're right talk. It's everywhere everywhere. You get out. She poses is everywhere and the skull you can have twenty-five different diseases. And we are losing your hearing slow hearing washer you have any hearing loss. Not at all. Okay. Voice change. From the smoke right now. Stop the sad story either. Yeah. Yeah. You have osteoporosis in the skull. Until all of these things, we've suggested support healthy means of your skull and all of these symptoms go away, including tighten up your teeth. I'd give it six months before. He started thinking about implants in these total. Yeah. Because once you once you go and get those teeth out. That's it. They're gone. They're gone. It doesn't help the osteoporosis either. He he's getting worse. Here's that number to call to David one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four very schooled people there. One eight five five nine four nine radio critical health, news dot com. Good luck. With you David as well. We did pull one stock of just how many people had afflictions and it's uncanny. How many people at almost all ages have something wrong with them? It just doesn't stop doesn't. Barn was on is not a gender age thing 'cause you're blind. Now MS Nelson's roses as mothers are eating a microwave popcorn in early pregnancy. The brains for me, so it gives you bond with him. And they will die stroke. His little dives Shoka bug Clinton. The grain six eight ten years old issues disease middle aged people. And this is because the nutrients food or way down and eat. Well, like doctors tell you. Need would be like putting dirty your car from Texas. Don't put on your car. Why waste your money? Just put dirt from Texas in there. More on that dirt. What about got an Email from someone who's got scoliosis? Which is a spine thing, right? Yellow scoliosis to degenerative disease, and the ligaments and tendons and muscles are pulling down on the McCollum and the district. Getting thinner columnists that are being vertical goes into an s shape or w shaped. And so it's a combination of treating it nutritionally as you would. Desserts riders and using an inversion board. I had one gal Judy I'll tell you her first name Judy. He's from Detroit Michigan. She's sixty four years old and she had lost seven inches in height because of her scoliosis. I mean total I mean some of her down to like two millimeters instead of a half inch. And so we got her on one of these inversion boards got around to healthy, bone and joint tax was an extra vitamin d three and MFM and six months time. She gained five inches of seven inches back. And all of this has gone. That's remarkable years of Asia. Let's go to Perry in lompoc, California. Hi, perry. Go ahead, sir. Hello. Hello, gentlemen. My favorite guest. Dr Joe Wallis while you're very kind. How can we help you? Yes. We I wanted to tell you a brief comment here. We had offended of the family here. Her name. Her name is Renee, and she's been fighting brain cancer for the last better part of two years. They overdosed. You're here at a local hospital in lompoc and almost lost wonderful. Okay. So here we go again. My question. I'm sorry, sir. Go ahead. My my main question is I had this to this of my upper back in my neck. And. I I would fall from time. My right. They would go out. Okay. The treaty me with that. I'm still on a lot of pain here. You know, it goes down my legs and everything. I still am in a wheel chair right now. And I just I have a hip pain. And and it goes and king. Yeah. I get it. Okay. So we're gonna take a little time here. So with you. I can ask you questions if I need to deal with the other person after we do is you basically how much you wager. About a.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And promote maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue and here comes bone matrix bone itself. Okay. Your face and your skull and those tunnels will open backup. Take the pressure off the nerve your keys will die in backup and everything gums and bleeding gums L stop. And then you need the vitamin d tree tree those twice as it's two dollars a month. And then you need the ZIM three of those twice in has one by the month. And again, they're designed to promote maintenance repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bone makes supposed self doctors. Don't even know about osteoporosis. Let's go. They take you only get out you poses your legs and your arms ear. Oh, you're right talked. It's everywhere. It's everywhere. You get out your. Opposes everywhere, and the skull you can have twenty-five different diseases. And we are losing your hearing slow hearing loss you have any hearing loss for not at all. Okay. Yeah. Voice change. Only from this smoke right now. Okay. Stop. That story either. Yeah. Any rate? Yeah. You have osteoporosis in the skull. And so all of these things we've suggested will support healthy means you're of your skull and all of these symptoms will go away, including it will tighten up your keys. I'd give it six months before you start thinking about implants in these total. Yeah. Because once you once you go and get those teeth out. That's it. They're gone. They're gone. It doesn't help the osteoporosis either. He keeps getting worse. Here's that number to call to David for some assistance, one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four very schooled people there. One eight five five nine four nine radio critical health, news dot com. Good luck. With you David as well. We did a poll one stock of just how many people had afflictions, and it's uncanny. How many people at almost all ages have something wrong with them? It just doesn't stop doesn't kids are born with Dr is not a gender age thing Kizer. Born with MS Baldwin's grosses because mothers are eating a microwave popcorn in early pregnancy. Brain is for me. So the kids are born with him as and they will die of stroke. His little dives Shoka bug climb. The brain. There are six eight ten years old is a disease of middle aged people. And this is because. Nutrients your are way down and he eat well like doctors, Georgia's eat, really get everything you need. Would be like putting dirty your car from Texas. Don't put all your car. Why waste your money? Just put dirt from Texas in there. Probably be some oil in the dirt. What about I've got an Email from someone who's got scoliosis. Which is a spine thing, right? Let's go. Degenerative disease, and the, ligaments and tendons and muscles are pulling down on the vertebral column and caused the district. Getting thinner columnists that are being vertical goes into an s shape or w shaped and so the combination of treating nutritionally as you would. Riders and using an inversion board. I had one gal Judy I'll tell you her first name Judy and she's from Detroit Michigan. She's sixty four years old and she lost seven inches in height because of her scoliosis. Just I mean total. I mean, some of them her desk were down to like two millimeters instead of a half inch. And so we got her. I'm one of these inversion boards got around to healthy, bone and joint tax was an extra vitamin d three and the MSN and six months time she gained five inches event seven inches back. And all of the scoliosis is gone. That's a remarkable four years of Asia. Let's go to Perry in lompoc, California. Hi, perry. Go ahead, sir. Hello. Hello, gentlemen. My favorite guest. Dr Joe Wallis. Well, you're very kind to how can we help you? Yes. We I wanted to tell you a brief comment here. We had a friend of the family here. Her name is Renee, and she's been fighting brain cancer for the last better part of two years. They overdosed. You're here at a local hospital in lompoc, and she almost lost one of her kids. God. So here we go again. My main question. I'm sorry, sir. Go ahead Perry. Oh, my my main who is I had this note stenosis of my upper ah back in my neck. And I I would fall from time to time. My right les would go out. Okay. They treated me with that. I'm still on a lot of pain here. You know, it goes down my legs and everything and I still am in a wheel chair right now. And I just I had two hip pain. And and it goes, yeah. I get I get it. Okay. So you want to save a little time here. So to go with you, I okay 'cause I can ask you questions if I need you will deal with the other person after we do as you basically how much you wager. I am about a hundred and eighty five pounds, right? Okay. So you need to get rid of all the bad stuff. No fried foods. No, processed gluten need to be able to absorb the nutrients. So you've got to be gluten free. No, we'd rather I know cherry by in the house who's the dog the camp the birds the fish. Everybody's gotta be drop dead gluten free. So there's no cross contamination. The.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So just go if you're on Google or apple and pick up the absence put in critical health news and the apps will pop up in grab those they are absolutely free doc wallet back with us here from critical health, news dot com. Enter calls, doc. I can't tell you as always telling the pharmacist Ben when he was on with me several weeks ago. How many people come up to me at live events thanking both of you for the service. You do one lady said you saved her life. And you know, you can't get a bigger compliment than that. Doc. That's correct and money can't pay for that. And that's a testimonies where people say, thank you save my baby say, my husband would say, my mom, and that means everything. And so we really appreciate when people do give feedback. And of course, in many cases, they will send pictures before. And after and we show those the people my presentations, and people are just say overwhelmed with reality. What they're seeing and hearing absolutely knowing your schedule, you're going to be gone on thanksgiving or you're going to finally be home normally be home in San Diego for thanksgiving. But I'm flying on Friday. You don't stop my gosh. How many miles? Do you? Log a year. Do you think? Oh, it's more than more than a million miles. I get all the million mile perks was the Delta Airlines. And you know, we buy the cheapest tickets that we always get upgraded and. And just wonderful. Let's go to some of the calls, and we will go to David Norville, California to get a start started. Hey, david. Go ahead, sir. Thank you for taking the call Dave wallet. I went to the answer. They said that they found Asian for the teeth loose on they had to be a pamphlet for implants. I don't like that idea. Too much who well, how old are you? Phone line. You're young you're young young child. How much you weigh in? How tall are you? Five eight. One seventy four. Okay now gimme history in the years or tone. You like of thing. No, not at all. Okay. Do you ever? Have any vertigo reveal like motion sickness any noisy anything like that? Well, back about twenty years ago when we're going out to Baraga for San Diego was one time. Okay. So you had you had a version of it. Episode episode. Yep. And we move your head is right and left. Your neck, crackle and crinkled. Kinda here a little bit. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. You have osteoporosis of the skull. You're getting bone loss in the John face. Yvonne, cheap Rosenthal. There's about twenty five diseases that people can get everything from Bell's palsy, try Jim Moraleja receding gums lose teeth ringing in the ears tonight of the vertigo, which can be called years disease. You can get belly felt like gastric breezes or your stomach is empty right away. Without even guessing food. That's the biggest near the train alert coming out of the skull. And you ever get hiccups. Hello. David still with us. Yes, I'm here. Okay. Do you get hiccups? No, okay. Yeah. Any will you got you got several of the diseases occur when the cranial nerve because squeezed by Yossi process, filling the tunnels of these nerves goes through. So you're privy candidate one hundred seventy four pounds give it all the bad news, fried, foods, processed meats gluten. So we went to. Go ahead and be sure you're gonna take two healthy vineyard heart PAKs per month. Is the biggest hammer toolbox. Two healthy brain heart pains, your months bulldozer. Running a breakfast and dinner time, you're going to get the glucose gel fifteen castle today. Five five and five dollars a month as to support and promote maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue, and here comes bone matrix voted self, okay, your face, and your skull and those tunnels open backup. Take the pressure off the nerve your Kiesel in backup. And if you Henry seeing gums and bleeding, gums L stop. And then you need the vitamin d tree tree. Those twice today. There's two bottles a month. And then you need the three of those twice as one bottle of month. And again, they're designed to promote maintenance repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bone make supposed self and doctors don't even know about osteoporosis goal. They think you only get out you posted to your legs and your arms. Oh, you're right talk. It's everywhere. It's everywhere. You get out. Your poses is everywhere and the skull you can have twenty-five different diseases. And we are losing your hearing slow hearing loss you have any hearing loss for not at all. Okay. You haven't voice change. Only from the smoke right now. Stop. Story there. Yeah. Yeah. You have osteoperosis to the skull. And so all of these things we've suggested will support healthy major your skull and all of these symptoms go away, including it won't tighten up your keys. I'd give it six months before. He started thinking about implants in these total. Because once you once you go and get those teeth out. That's it. They're gone. They're gone. And it doesn't it doesn't help the osteoperosis either. He keeps getting worse. Here's that number to call to David fisa systems one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four very schooled people there. One eight five nine four nine radio critical health, news dot com. Good luck. With you David as well. We did a poll one stock of just how many people had afflictions, and it's uncanny. How many people at almost all ages have something wrong with them? It just doesn't stop doesn't kids are born with honesty. Posting arthritis is not a gender age thing Kizer. Born now MS multiple sclerosis 'cause mothers are eating a microwave popcorn in early pregnancy in the brains farming. So the kids are born with him as they will die of stroke. His little dive stroke a blood clot in the brain. When there were six eight ten years old issues disease middle aged people. And this is the cause nutrients in food or way down if he is eat, well like doctors challenge, everything you need would be like putting dirty your car from Texas. Don't put all in your car. Why waste your money? Just put dirt from Texas in there. More on that dirt. What about I've got an Email from someone who's got scoliosis. Which is a spine thing, right? Scoliosis Hindu, degenerative it, and the, ligaments and tendons and muscles are pulling down on the vertebral column and caused the district. Getting thinner columnists that have being a vertical goes into an s shape or w shaped. And so it's a combination of treating nutritionally as you would you and using an inversion board. I had one gal. Judy. I'll I'll tell you her first name Judy. She's from Detroit Michigan. She's sixty four years old and she had lost seven inches in height because of her scoliosis. Just I mean total I mean some of her were down to like two millimeters instead of a half inch. And so we got around one of these inversion boards got around to healthy, bone and joint tax was an extra vitamin d three and the MSN and six months time she gained five inches of at seven inches back. And all of the scoliosis is gone. That's a remarkable four years of Asia. Let's go to Perry in lompoc, California. Hi, perry. Go ahead, sir. Hello. Hello, gentlemen. My favorite guest. Dr Joe Wallis. Well, you're very kind to how can we help you? Yes. We I wanted to tell you a brief comment here. We had a friend of the family here. Her name is Renee, and she's been fighting brain cancer for the last two years they overdose. You're here at a local hospital in lompoc, and she almost lost one of her. Okay. So here we go again. My main question. I'm sorry, sir. Go ahead. My my main question is I had this note of my upper back in my neck. And I would fall from time to time. My right leg would go out. Okay. They treated me with that. I'm still in a lot of pain here. You know, it goes down my legs and everything and I still am in a wheelchair right now. And I just I had two hip pain. And and it goes king. Yeah. I get I get it. Okay. I want to save a little time here. I go with you. I okay because I can ask you questions if I need to deal with the other person after we do is you basically how much you ways her. I am about a hundred and eighty five pounds, right? Okay. So you need to get revolved the bad stuff. No fried foods, no process need to be able to absorb the nutrients. So you've got to be gluten free. No, we'd rather I not everybody in the house. Who's in the dog the camp the birds the fish? Everybody's gotta be dropped in gluten free. There's no cross contamination the laundry in the preparation services and the couches and so on and then we need to healthy,.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Super Station 101

"He guaranteed he wouldn't get reelected if donald trump who let's be real i'm going to build the wall i'm gonna build the wall i'm going to make mexico pay for it i'm going to build the wall more than any other issue more than anything else he said that was his campaign that that was his campaign issue if he goes back on that he'd pay a serious price if he goes back on that i think he would have a devil over time trying to get reelected you see the difference right eight five five six four to fifty six hundred look whether the eu is a waller nihad when you make the wall your campaign baby you guys you've you've got to keep to it you've got to hold to it you've got to build the wall when you make that thing your campaign you can't walk away from it trump will all wheeze have people who will support him no matter what he says no at as he said i could walk down the middle of manhattan and shoot people in out still have supporters he's right there will always be people who will support him no matter what bye he doesn't build the wall he didn't get that thing built at all i don't see how the tweet mm are you ready grow up be free this is the joe walsh program congressman joe wallis public enjoy all things yelled wall on the salem radio network this is elizabeth kramer with the yellowhammer news radio network.

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Super Station 101

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"joe wallis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"joe wallis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Tickets for next year is a direct should you with the monaco a weekly now we like to say friendly with our neighbours here at midori house one of them creative agency publicis are encouraging all of us to do the same the could a new exhibition in that hq just round the corner on baker street it's called there's a good immigrant in it gathers talent from visual artists to spokenword creators in display looking to highlight how diversity benefits the united kingdom and indeed everyone wherever they are on the globe one of the osce's exhibiton is sorrow sham safari and she joins us along with publicises joe wallis welcome both of you to the monica weekly great to have you with us thanks for kind see us even know it's not too far away from the exhibition we should says and he just a stone's throw from midori house germany will start with the first time a bit about the the origin story if you like of the of this exhibition and the message i don't know if ills incredibly timely in terms of the message in terms of the works tell us how to come together i guess for me it's kind of on a crater in advertising and i remember pat quinn we brexit he'd and i went into work and so many people were pretty much in tears and i kind of felt very so hut myself and i think it so to seed of doing this exhibition and then the whole trump election took place and the political landscape started to feel quite scary to me.

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