29 Burst results for "Joyal"

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:12 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"The books available on amazon kindle and And audio book. And it's me reading it so and i love you narrating your own books. I like it when the author narrates her own audio book. Because you put the emphasis on the on the right point And i i would recommend that our listeners. By all three forms by the physical books he can make notes in it By the e books so you can read it on your reader and then listen to the audio book as well. But i know you've got another site That might be useful for our our listeners. That might Kinda help accelerate the learning because of some of the other features that come with a joyal dot com is where they can get the the the exercises. They can download a pdf of the exercises. If you want to go straight into amazon you go into g and i dot us slash super bowl and you capitalize the s in super bowl and that goes straight into amazon. Where the book is you can go to fred. Joyal dot com if you need any any of the other resources to put it for our listeners benefit. I'll put a link in the in the show notes. So you can just go to thriving dennis dot com and you'll just scroll down open a length. Just one click. I will take you right. Those sites will put both the fragile dot com in g. e. n. I dot us afford slash super bowl member to capitalize es We'll put that in the show notes. So you don't have to remember it right now fred. I just as we're coming to the finish line here. I just want to say that You know what i love about our profession. I know you and i are are simply brothers. From differ mother on this one. And that's that we have the ability to change people's lives everyday and i'm gonna tell us to this book. Reading this book will change. Your life will be doing it with my clients is book club. I'll be purchasing it for all my team members will be doing this book club in my own office and i will become a zealot advocate of helping me. I'm gonna practice some of those bulletin skills. I'm going to tell everyone i meet that. They need to read this book and it be because it will change their life. Fred thank you. Thank you for thirty five. Plus years of friendship Thank you for all the professional knowledge and inspiration. I've gained from you. My practice wouldn't be what it is today if it wasn't for your influence and that goes back we've owned paul paul and i now pauline tim own that practice for many years and it simply wouldn't be what it is if we if we didn't have your influence on our practice I can't wait to share this book with paul. And tim in my entire team I know our listeners. Take action so. I hope you've enjoyed our interview. But more importantly i hope you apply it because it will make a massive difference in your life..

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"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"It's not how much you do anywhere near as much as how often you get to it. That's this is again. It's about neuroscience in the end to translate the neuroscience into something simple is the the brain says. Oh i guess this is who we are if we do something every day if we're consistent about it if we're if we do it on the weekends or we do we feel like it. We're dabbler in the brain and this is something we dabbled right. And so it doesn't. The brain doesn't build the neural pathways. But when you get to it every day even if you get to it the five minutes. I i mean i. I've all my books by getting to them every day. I even if it's for five minutes even if it's once at my my my my requirement is one sentence. I've gotta right at least one sentence everyday till the books on. And i and i'll i'll go a year and i may miss four days the whole time but what happens is i do more right but in the end i four hundred pages. I got too many pages now. You got suspended everyday editing. But that's the power of of the pride methodist all of these steps that pride method since. I've read it in your book. It's bits become daily activity for me and it's so powerful bringing it back to dentistry. I had the Privilege recently spending. Some time. With frank. Spear audience will absolutely recognize frank spirit. And i turned to frank and i said frank. Can you share one tip That dentist at with manuchehr with one one tip with me that i can share with dennis. A that would accelerate a dentist at any stage in their career. Early career mid-career late career and without a moment's hesitation. He said gary. Can i give you two. I said since. You're frank you can give me to. You bet said number one. I would of tactical. But i would teach them to use digital photos for patient education. And that's because we all know that the pictures were thousand words. He said number two. I would teach them how to present and how to communicate confidently with that in mind fred. Can you share some application of your book to our dental professionals that our listeners. It if you are old enough to ask for more valuable more. Let's call them expensive cases more comprehensive treatment plants. I do this exercise with dentists. When i lecture and i say okay we're trying to find out who's handling the biggest case in the room so everybody stand up and then i go who's had a case bigger than fifty thousand and if not sit down sixty seventy eighty ninety hundred. I'll eventually get down to two people with cases over one hundred thousand. I said these guys have had one case that is more than what are the average. This makes two months because they're confident enough to ask for it. And i said and i say now does that person complain about the hundred thousand dollar cost and they go no not at all and yet the rest of you have people complaining about two hundred and thirty five dollar charges right so when you are confident about your dentist and bold enough to ask for the treatment you deserve. You're gonna make a lot more money and you're gonna create people who are out there with eighty thousand dollars of treatment done. Who's who better to promote your practice. That the justify spending eighty thousand dollars. They got the best dentists in the world. It's how they justify it they become your super fans so you can find out more about the book and meeting everything on fred. Joyal dot com. And of course you can just click and buy the book..

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"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"People say a you nervous though is like i can't wait to get on state. I've transformed all that anxiety into feeling energized. I'm excited to get in front of those people. Because i know how to i'm relaxed. I'm not drowsy. i'm fully energized. But i'm complete in my core completely relaxed. And so there's a couple of techniques as breathing exercises very simple ones that that i teach in the book and and a couple of things. The the the next step is insight. And i've talked about those insights but it's having insight about the situation and about things in general the big insights. Nothing bad's probably going to happen. I won't actually be harmed right and that the upside is probably waiting at failures is just another step up. That's what bold people see failures stairway up right whereas the under confident people go like failures is a barrier. It's like as a field of landmines. Right at the next step is for dosage control. The dosage of the experience the intensity of that experience. If you're incredibly shot. I don't say i'm gonna go to a party. And i'm gonna meet everybody. Go to a party and say i'm gonna meet one person having in-depth conversation. Don't overwhelm yourself. You're going to move out of your comfort zone into your discomforts out. But you're not going to go up ten miles it your discomforts you're gonna you're just gonna keep expanding it by moving in just far enough where you get stronger than you come back and refresh yourself on your comfort zone so controlling the dosage of these experiences as you build your muscle. It's just like with doing anything you wouldn't do it with exercise. You wouldn't lie down. And say i want to be able to bench press three hundred pounds so i'm gonna start with three hundred pounds right because you're going to be crushed to death right as an endurance athlete. Someone who does marathons half methods and triathlons. This relates very specifically You don't run a marathon without some preparation without some dose interest. a for yes And then the final step which is critical is every day action. We build more for ourselves by what we do every day than with anything else..

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

04:08 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Pathways, the under confident neural pathways. Those things, those reactions, that program, because the brain is just all code, right? In one form or another. They atrophy, which is fascinating. They become the constricted roadway that the brain goes, I'm going the other way. Go in the bowl in this way. Because what happens is the boldness builds the rewards. I mean, we're in a reward system. The brain is looking for rewards and reinforcement. The more you act boldly and that's the beauty of the exercises is your expectations are, I'm doing something with nothing in return except expectation, except to do it and have done it, right? I'm gonna smile at 20 people today. And if nobody smiles back, I don't care. 'cause I smiled at everybody because what happens is 19 people smile back in the 20th doesn't. And you just go that poor guy. He must be having a rough day, right? And all of a sudden, new neurons going, look at all that reward that reward, you know, I feel good about making them feel good. You know? And that's, you know, we're getting to one of the big principles in the book and what I call the prime directive, which is to make everyone you meet feel better about themselves. Imagine if we all did that. Imagine the change in the world. If that was our intention with everyone we met. I love the insight about how in the research that you backed it up with how the brain can continue to develop throughout your life. You and I are similar vintage. And I'd like to state for the record that it was a darn good vintage. Yeah. Yeah. Some good years there. We're very similar vintage and our brains can yours and mine can continue to develop we can continue to mold it. And we can continue to develop it in a really positive way. And that's a breakthrough. You know, in the world of psychology, experts will tell you that you're born with your IQ. The experts in psychology say that, you know, you come out of the womb with your IQ, and it doesn't change. I don't know that I fully believe that, Fred, but that's what the experts say. Emotional intelligence on the other hand, EQ can absolutely be developed. And one of the things I've noticed in making my life's work studying world class Dennis is I've yet to meet a world class dentist that didn't also have a very high level of emotional intelligence. And I'm going to also make a statement in the context of your book now that I think about it. I've yet to meet a world class dentist, who I wouldn't also think of as being bold. They are both. And they're all about their passion. They're bold about helping patients. They're bold in their behavior. Well, I want to pivot and make it real tactical here because your book makes everything very, very practical. And you introduce a method you call the pride method. And pride is actually an acronym. Would you share the pride method with our listeners and then we'll talk a little bit about how the book has these brilliant exercises that convert everything from academic to actionable. Yeah. So there's 5 steps to building your boldness in any situation to be able to turn to the steps that say, how do I act, okay? It is preparation, the P relaxing insight, dosage and everyday action. I'll break them down a little bit. Preparation. If you're coming into a situation that you're not used to or that you want to be confident in,.

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"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:45 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Can i help you right and you just go something you say something like a. I'm looking for the bananas right. And they look at you like you're crazy right and they go there in the rotors section. Oh yeah yeah. I should look there first But but it's it's to make you go into this situation where you go. Oh something. nothing's going to happen. Well then what's you. It's building the neural pathway. It's changing it's again it's neuroscience it's changing the neural pathway. 'cause bold people have this super highway of in their neural pathways. And under confident people have have all sorts of neural pathways to talk about danger. Risk embarrassment humiliation. You share a fact in in the book that is is literally you worth reading just for this fact and that's that Many people have been taught that The brain develops at At an early agent at a certain age it stops developing. And that has that's old thinking and that's and in fact And you share some research and share some data about the fact that the brain can continue to develop throughout your entire life. Would you talk a little bit about that. I mean they have. They have found that you can stimulate different parts of the brain and you can create new neural pathways which will be which will have more neurons built in the brain will actually cheap building neurons and and it will be more interesting thing is when you start becoming in this case boulder and create those new neural pathways. The under confident neural pathways. Those those things those reactions. That program does the braves. Just all code right in one form another they atrophy which is fascinating they become the the the the constricted roadway that the brain goes. I'm going the other way go into baldness wet. Because because what happens is the baldness builds the rewards. I mean. we're we're in a reward system. The brain is looking for rewards and reinforcement the more you act boldly and that's the beauty of the exercises is. Is your expectations are. I'm doing something with with nothing in return except expectation except to do it and have done it right. I'm gonna smile at twenty people today and if nobody smiles back. I don't care because i smile at everybody. Because what happens is nineteen people. Smile back in the twentieth dozen and you just go that poor guy must have having a rough day right and all the sudden new neurons going. Look at all that reward that reward. I you know. I feel good about making them. Feel good you know. And that's that's you know we're getting to One of the big principles in the book. What i call the prime directive which is to make everyone you meet feel better about themselves. Imagine if we all did that. Imagine the change in the world. If if that was our intention with everyone we met. I loved the insight. About how the research that you backed it up with how the brain can continue develop throughout your life. You know you. And i are similar vintage and i'd like to state for the record that it.

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"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"I think I know the answer to this, but I'd like to ask it anyway. Who's the book for? It's really for anyone who wants to be more confident than they are now. Somebody anybody who feels like they've missed opportunities that they've missed sales. They've missed relationships. They missed adventure. And they feel in the grip of something holding them back. And sometimes it's the stories they're telling themselves or the voice. I call it Dr. No, the voice that's telling you everything that's going to go bad and why you shouldn't do this. And because bold people have doctor yes. Talking to them. Like, yeah, let's go. You know, let's try it. Let's see what happens. And. Say charismatic, you know, you can go from undercount confident to charismatic because that's how people perceive you. It's not me going, oh, I'm charismatic. It's like people will see you that you're so comfortable in your confidence in your boldness that they see it as charisma. You are magnetic to people. We're all drawn to those people. Sometimes if they're so bold, they freak us out. But they don't care, right? It's like you're telling this story, it's like, oh, they're a show off, you know, their attention whores and stuff like that. It's like, no, they're just, they're just getting the most out of life. And why wouldn't you want to live a life that you're proud of that you didn't miss many opportunities? Instead of, you know, I think people, you know, I don't think people give up on their dreams because they fail. I think they gave up most of the time because they stopped trying. They had a couple of failures that had a couple of disappointments they got embarrassed. They got, you know, humiliated even. But a bold person realizes that there's no such thing as dying of embarrassment. It is not a medical diagnosis. It is a thing you tell yourself happen. Embarrassment is a.

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Never mind express my appreciation to him for all the sacrifices he made with me growing up. I mean, he was he was always there. He was going to be home when I got home. I was going to be able to borrow his car. You know, he was going to lend me money as I was trying to figure out my way because I was a vagabond and a wanderer and directionless guy for many years. And but I did get to eulogize my mom. And it made all the difference to be able to honor her. And you get one shot at that. So well, Fred, thank you for sharing that. And I think that resonates with our listeners or will resonate in many ways with our listeners. So hey, I've got some questions for you. Can I fire away? Yes. Well, it's the title. But what do you mean by super bold? Super bold means you have gotten your confidence, your boldness to a level where you can act, no matter what the situation, nothing is going to hold you back. If you want to meet somebody, you're going to meet them. If you want to try something, you're going to try it. If a moment presents itself, you are not going to think about it a long time and overthink it and talk yourself out of it. You are going to act, you're going to have the ability to be energized and relax at the same time, be able to say what you want to say..

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"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"I have an awesome episode for you today. You know we mix up the format a little bit in the traveling dennis show and this format. I have an interview from someone that you'd likely already known if you don't already know my guest. You're in for a real treat. My guest today is fred joyal. Hey fred how are you. Dan tastic our great to see you. And let's just let the cat out of the bag fred. The interview that we're doing today is to talk about your new book. And the book is titled super bolt and i was privileged to receive a pre-publishing copy. And i've had the privilege of reading it and fred. I've gotta tell ya you knocked this one out of the park. This book is absolutely amazing. And it is such a powerful The content so powerful not only four our profession in for healthy for dental professionals..

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"joyal" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"joyal" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"So here. We are with our friends. Comedians apart adventure and joyal nicole. Johnson joining us to play the very last word game. I think we're ever going to play on. Ask me another welcome back. I know hey here so citizens our last show just wondering do you have. Are you kind of per people who plan for endings. I have a go bag. You have a golden back. Wow might go back is just my purse psyche around. I mean there is like many pounds of stuff in there. I don't know if anybody use but if apocalypse calls per receipts from eight years ago a very good so part of joyal when things get hectic or stressful at the show we have always said. Wait a second remember everybody. There is no such thing as a trivia emergency but you can never be careful enough so just in case something goes wrong. We have set aside an emergency game for a very long time. We've kept it in a box behind glass and that's it. This is the time. So i have it here with me and now i've got a hammer ready. You have no idea how long i have wanted to break this. But here we go all right. I'm gonna pull out the game. And i actually. I didn't tell you this if you're but a couple years ago i was just curious. I already smashed my glass box. So i have the script already. Course wasn't supposed to. But i really wanted to see what it was all right. Well let me lay headed. I'm looking at it for the first time. Let's see oh okay. In this word game you'll mash up to terms linked by the word box little on the note. A little disappointing actually right so for example if we said once they got this microsoft video game console. These kids from beloved book series stopped solving mysteries and became twitched celebrities. You.

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Lessons We Learned From Launching And Growing Our Membership Site

The Email Marketing Show

09:53 min | 1 year ago

Lessons We Learned From Launching And Growing Our Membership Site

"If you're thinking about launching a membership site or you're going to launch memberships. I in in the next few months don't like spent months building. The whole thing is trying to get it just right instead. Just put the bad bones together in fact you could get away with just having a sales page somebody that takes into a thank you patient. It's great we're going to send you the fuss content next couple of days literally have it not bad boon's and then just test the concept use email to saw driving people to that so many people like delay getting the proof of concept finding out whether people will actually pay for this thing and making sales because that busy still building the membership. I'm still building. We've got loads of friends. Who are in that phase arm still building. It and i'm like come on mate sell it to somebody. Let's find out the actually wanted the likely where you're selling it. Let's find out and just be honest by the way. Don't be dishonest. Don't be like. Hey this is the best super duper membership ever be like. Hey we're launching this. They've this website this new this new membership. It's going to be launching on day. Which is in like two weeks time but if you get in before that poverty email promotion angle. Is you getting a discount. You're getting in i. You're part of the founding membership so get in now so that's a really good lesson. Give yourself a week to get as much as you can gather be honest and the marketing be honest in advertising and get it launch. Then once you've got some cash in and you know people are going to like it you get in touch with those people and help them help them to help you shop the content so yes it does not have to be finished three days to launch as the first one the second lesson we learned was really about when a new member joins your membership. You can use email to give them a really good slightly custom not not massively customized but a customized experience so that you sign post each individual person to the content within your membership is going to help them the most depending on the needs in that situation so the big challenge a membership is for example as soon as you log into the leak. All league members will be completely agree with us. There is a lot of stuff in that. There are like twelve or thirteen complete email campaigns in there and they are beasts that allows us to read through that. Then there's like a whole bunch of training videos and then there's all the qna sessions and then all of the the the the the guest trainings. There's a lot of content so expecting to somebody come in and figuring out where everything is and what's relevant to them right now is too much of an ask so what we do instead. Is we ask people on entry wherever you are what you focus right now and then we put them through an email campaign an automatic email campaign which up once and it's been running for months now which guides them through every few days. Hey rob since your focus is on building. Email list right now. Have you checked out this particular trainer. All hey sarah you your you said that your membership. Here's an email campaign. That's that's really good for selling membership sites and we use it to sell ours. So just drip-feeding that automation signpost and people to different content by just having three four five maybe six tops different automations to help people depending on what the needs. All right now. Means they get results foster. They stick around for longer and they're much happier members. Yeah and you know what it doesn't have to be massively. Complicated can be quite straightforward. You just need to be able to figure out which path by going to go down. Put down that. And don't over sally because a lot of the time actually know people in that. They don't need a million emails to tell them what to do. One of the lessons that we have learned along the ways actually our our on boarding secrets. Initiative was a bit too heavy. We went a bit too hard. Said whoa. I just need a little bit more time between those emails soccer energy. Go and do that thing on my schedule just because you sent some email today saying look at this thing they might flag on so i'll have check that out tomorrow and then tomorrow remailing about something else so just realized that actually sometimes more as long as it's there and it's pushing them in the right direction. Yup you put the problem. You've got there if you end with three days of still that you haven't checked out yet you might think i haven't got time to consume all this stuff and the membership. Which is something. We've heard a lot because there's a lot of stuff in the league so space on those out. What's spacing out right. Now ron to give some people give everyone a little. Bit of more of an idea have we. I think don't down to every third day. I think is what we've done when they got an email pretty much move into the next segment of the campaign at some point when we have to re signed we'll actually teach our on boarding process inside of the league binding. Yeah we wanted to a bit more data because we only teach that we know absolutely smashes it okay. So that's the first two. Also third lesson this of launching the league rob so one of the things i think a lot of people are guilty of we definitely were back in the day is using email as china can new once. Sunday's joined so once. Somebody's a member on that. Paying you every month you use email to notify them about the stuff that's coming up so maybe you've got a live training or a guest workshop or something else and you email and say hey. Don't forget the things on friday. Here's the details and his link see of that and it's very much. Education bats the equivalent of facebook emailing to tell you that somebody's just tag coast poked. I'll email you say. Oh johnny's just poked you. Thanks let it looks a law. Thank you johnny. And so instead what we wanna do is one realize that every mocked every communication that you have we members after they joined is a marketing communication. It's a sales communication and so that means the treated like one through the woods if you think about our approach to solve daily email which. I'm sure you're talking about. One of our frameworks is to take a story and a lesson on an offer. Will you can do that. When you're telling your members about this goofing that's upcoming because it makes your emails stickier. It makes them more interesting than just. There's a thing on friday. If you've got a new thing every day we'll people are gonna get used to the fact that something every friday. They're not really gonna pay that much attention to those emails whereas if the emails offline an interesting in educational and attending in that room right then. That's going to help you along way. So when we send the emails to all members about stuff that's coming up. We don't just say there's a thing on this day about new trainings now inside the membury instead. We'll tell them a story will pull something out of the training. We'll talk about how we met the person doing the trading. If it suggest we'll talk about one of the questions. We answered on the training last night so every time we do it you can pull out something that could be story lesson offer. It could be any other frameworks from the daily email strategy. Basically how about stuff. You're gonna share it on again. Make your emails more interesting effectively. Imagine that you are using those emails to sell it to people who aren't already membership in a second but imagine marketing to your members. Imagine your members to pay to come in at ten bucks. Email should be not good that they would want to go and do it so tree every email communication to you're paying them this like it's trying to resell them which it is remember really is is trying to resell them. Bring us nice and smoothly onto episode episode onto number four point number four which is about every single week or every single month you are almost certainly creating and releasing new content to your members and the great news. Is that is giving you brand new angles. Brand-new stopped talk about to your email list of non-members. So let's say we've just dropped a new training. Which has about how to make sure that you'll grow your list with maximum profitability at one of our of our of our battle plans inside of inside the league so they'll be emails around how it's important to on november saying it's really important to me. She don't run out of money when you grow your email list. Good news is that's one of the things that's dropped inside of our membership. The league come and join the league so you sell. You'll membership based on the content of the membership individual pieces of content. And that means people can go. I'm really interested in that thing because you people are looking for a reason joyal membership and it might just happen to be something you release this week this month or this quarter is the very thing that holds them over that thing so whatever your content is that you're releasing makes you use that as the basis to sell non-members into your membership very cool and again it. Just it just gives you a this unstoppable run of content because you can pull several. Emails are of each and every one the fifth lesson that we learned is that we need to have a series of different promotional campaigns to sell the membership from different angles. So obviously we do day to day my marketing what we call us noble emails. That's like a podcast episode in itself but like just you know ate today emails but also we run these campaigns which have a beginning middle and end like over the course of three days or four days or seven days or ten days. We'll send people to bits of content. Which then linked to a sales offer which then have a bonus or something something cool to hook people in and we know that different people different things appeal to different people and therefore we wanna give people a vast array of different reasons to pay attention to us so sometimes we have campaign which is all email lead and it's just designed to help people what the league is but then they will buy from that will the next campaign might send them to a free video where they go. Watch the free video. That's some education in and if they go march that free video than we put them down a different route so we want to make sure that we're on the you know. Sometimes we might do a free challenge. People enrolled in this five day free challenge. We share a bunch of stuff at the end. We can sell the so. We want to make sure we got a whole bunch of different ways to wrap up the league so that people can see it differently they can understand it differently and it allows them everybody at some point to have seen heard the binny's to see or hear in order to make the decision that that going to actually

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Thousands detained in protests across Russia backed by Kremlin foe Navalny

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands detained in protests across Russia backed by Kremlin foe Navalny

"I'm Joyal Snyder with these headlines a wave of protests in cities across Russia today as supporters of opposition activists, Alexey Navalny are demanding he be released from jail. Protests are the first sense of all these returned from Germany, where he was recovering from a poisoning. Police have declared the

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"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

"Com slash clean energy PROBE NPR news on Joyal Snyder, The Senate is back from recess and has gotten to work. A serious of confirmation hearings got underway a short time ago for key nominees to Joe Biden's cabinet, including for Janet Yellen to be Treasury secretary. Also for His nominees for national intelligence director and homeland security secretary Here's NPR's Windsor Johnston. The Senate could move as soon as Wednesday to confirm some of them to their post just hours after Biden and sworn into office. But the chamber's facing the additional challenge of balancing confirmation hearings with the impeachment trial of President Trump President elect Biden plans to immediately saying Congress a detailed immigration bill after he swore an end. It reportedly offers an eight year path to citizenship for several million people living illegally in the U. S. Details of the plan of Come to light as a government took. Guatemala says it has broken up a caravan of several 1000 100 migrants who crossed into Guatemalan territory. Real Martin has more what I'm Ellis Migration Institute gave no number says to how many migrants left voluntarily were deported or still remain in the country. At one point, reports said about 1000 migrants had crossed into what the mullahs as of Monday evening official figure said about 2000 were returned. Some immigration advocates called the roundup of migrants on Monday, a military operation Martin reporting and Listening to NPR news from KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser with state and local headlines. If you're 65 or older and live in L, a county your weight to get a coded 19 shot, maybe over well. Kind of the head of the L. A County Board of Supervisors Hilda Seles signed an executive order last night to make the doses available to older residents starting on Thursday, But it's KCRW's Larry parole reports. The question is whether any doses of the vaccine are available. When Governor Newsome approved vaccinating the older group last week, L. A County said it would wait for the vaccine to make its way through the health care worker population first that was expected to wrap up at the end of this month. But Seles said, if we're to make any headway getting over the pandemic, it's critical. We give shots to those 65 older as soon as possible, Public health director Barbara for rare said last week. Expanding. The program was largely dependent on the local supply that was also before word of federal stockpile of doses doesn't actually exist. Further Complicating matters was an order from the States Epidemiologist on Sunday the pole a batch of Madonna vaccines because of allergic reactions in a small group of people in San Diego. It's not clear when stock will replenish and the operators of a newly opened vaccination side at Dodger Stadium Ward over the weekend that they could run out of doses as early as tomorrow.

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Blizzard covers Spain in white, brings Madrid to standstill

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Blizzard covers Spain in white, brings Madrid to standstill

"Say Madrid's airport, two will remain closed today. Heavy snowfall causing travel chaos around the country. Spanish soldiers had rescued trap two drivers from their vehicles. Today they've been stranded for hours on roads around Madrid, Madrid and four other regions remain on. Red alert has more heavy snows in the forecast. Joyal

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Dyscalculia: How to Manage Maths Anxiety

Qualified Tutor Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Dyscalculia: How to Manage Maths Anxiety

"Judy. Tell us about a holistic approach to the teaching of mass night. That's how. I try and teach. I try not to be teaching for task. Don't like teaching two tasks like to teach for understanding the children to really enjoy. We start to enjoy what they're doing in most of the children. I teach Come to me because they've got really really bad math anxiety. They've they've main off. Lots of them have had a previous shooter. Hasn't worked mind very quickly or you know a couple of months and then the chargers go royal. I want to know the show that didn't work. And then they've reached this awful point weather feeling so bad about my state just can't function And then the parents being really worried on they found may try to teach them In a way that brings down their anxiety. So there's a lot to do with The getting getting them said at the moment that they're not really bad anxiety. Why they they. They can't function that That working memory doesn't mean isn't working the processing speed is just gone. Room right down On that they just can't function so it's all about trying to get it so that we can bring down anxiety enough for them to function so can teach them so. He'll talk about the connection between the mental health and the readiness for landing. Oh absolutely yes absolutely not If that if that you scared in still not fight or flight mode. It doesn't matter wall. Brilliant lesson you chuck out. It's not gonna win and it's not gonna help so When i i. Don't a tutoring child. We play all sorts of games and i'm really into gamification of my lessons. A teach On zoom and. I use a bit paper. Think's brilliant really setup as interactive whiteboard. Especially for for chooses. That enables me to Bill to preload anything. I want from my hard disk or the all of the internet of resources i can make can bring on. I can pace them all into into the paper. And i have all loaded up almost pages. So those will be games like bingo. He had lots of things like bingo. Children love snakes and ladders yang jiao older traditional board games. I will have a aboard posted up onto my into my bit paper. And the first few you i if the child is really acutely anxious to that point you know we we. Just we just play snakes and ladders. I'm you know. I'm not bring in bringing down the level of difficulty or something to a point where it joyal i point. They can start to succeed. They can start to enjoy it. They can start in enjoy winning and that kind of feeling of yakov is kind of failing and you know to be honest. I don't have to play that level only playing the game if for very long. 'cause i generally get sick children. We've got a big Reach from now here. A giant dice. I've made out a twelve sided. Yeah we'll get it so that they've got one end the iran they've made up and we said that we can roll them. Show the camera how they wanna be. My my elephant along to was cutting crew. So they're just playing time and that that starts to bring down there that wrong society so that it can actually actually engage with me once they can start to engage with made than their anxiety does start come down. I mean very gradually i start to increase. We go right back to basics now. Children children come to me who are not managing to do the now. They can't do the gcc because many layers back down through the wool. I'll gaps and the thing i do a lot is is trying to find the gaps. I find by lots of all sorts of things that i do but not really aware that. That's what i'm doing and and very very quickly within the first session as we might be playing leader whatever particular snakes not as is one because children love it if you owe ono a three ono on the snake and you can't run the under the desks tonight that it's so psychological things isn't it and they will then you know. Even charlie's massive anxious will laugh. All i've gone down a snake and broken the ice and it's all about breaking the ice being to start to improve that confidence because they've heard the word matt's been in mice lesson they will have just gone into this complete lockdown on so say that that that the memory in the processes we all. That's just gone to. Paul won't do things i i hate tying tat's absolutely deplore because it really messes with children If you ask them to do the same thing not timed they will manage to get masses more done and masses. More roy nt the moment it becomes against the clock in any way It sets off this fight or flight response And then you brain diverts all the energy away from the processing speed and everything so therefore they lend then can't do and it's just this massive vicious cycle which is a tried to sort out or all the way through It's also this terrible habit that we have of teaching children to think quickly instead of deeply

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Ethiopia: Tigray leader confirms bombing Eritrean capital

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Ethiopia: Tigray leader confirms bombing Eritrean capital

"Ethiopia has filled across the border with Eritrea. The leader of Ethiopia's Tigray region has confirmed firing missiles at air, curious capital to your eyes. Government has accused Eritrea of attacking at the invitation of Ethiopia after fighting erupted earlier this month. Joyal

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Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails set for Rock Hall induction

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails set for Rock Hall induction

"And the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is annual induction ceremony is tonight. It had originally been scheduled for May, but it was delayed by the Corona virus pandemic. This year's class includes Whitney Houston, the notorious B I G nine inch nails in the Doobie Brothers. Joyal Snyder. NPR news.

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Early morning military parade held in North Korea for anniversary of ruling party

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Early morning military parade held in North Korea for anniversary of ruling party

"Joyal Snyder With these headlines, North Korean State television has been broadcasting video of today's massive military parade celebrating the 75th anniversary. The country's ruling party. The parade featured remarks from leader Kim Jong UN who did not make any direct mention of the U. S or the stalled nuclear talks. There are questions about the cease fire agreement of the disputed region of Nagorno Karabakh. The truce brokered by Russia took effect today. Of both Armenia and Azerbaijan are accusing each other of violating it.

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"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Joyal Snyder with President Trump due to arrive in Northern California this morning for a wildfire briefing. Firefighters on the West Coast are bracing for worsening conditions today. Forecasters say strong winds and low humidity could help spread flames that have already charged more than four million acres. And led to the deaths of at least 35 people in California, Oregon and Washington since last month. President Trump, meanwhile, has signed an executive order that, he says we'll lower prescription drug prices by putting America first. Experts say the movie is unlikely toe have any immediate impact. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. This is Trump's second order with the same title. Trump initially signed the order in July, but said he was holding it back for a month to see if he could negotiate a better deal with drug companies. But no deal came through. White House spokesman Judd Deere said negotiations did not produce an acceptable alternative, so the president is moving forward. A new executive order repeals the original and expands the drugs covered by Trump's proposed most favored Nations pricing scheme. The idea is that Medicare would refuse to pay more for drugs than the lower prices paid by other developed nations. A order launch is what is expected to be a lengthy rulemaking process that may never yield the results. President Trump is already touting. Tamara Keith. NPR NEWS This is NPR news. Your listening to K C R W I'm Cherry Glaser. To L. A county sheriff's deputies were shot in the head over the weekend are now in stable condition. The department has announced a $100,000 reward in the search for the suspect, they say ambush those deputies while they were sitting in their patrol car in Compton Saturday night. Sheriff Alex Vienna Wave identified. The deputies has a 31 year old mother and a 24 year old man, both forced warning just over a year ago and worked with the department's Transit Services Bureau. Sheriff he and wave a called the shooting a cowardly act. Two deputies were doing their job, minding.

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"joyal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joyal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The forecast for today. All smoking conditions out there once again and asperity air alert continues throughout the weekend as well have temperatures ranging from the sixties along the coast seventies and eighties around the bay to the lower nineties, well, inland and pretty much more of the same continuing through tomorrow. Joyal Snyder With these headlines, the head of the U. N nuclear watchdog agency is preparing to travel to Iran III, a chief Rafael grossly confirmed of Monday visit in a statement today he's expected to press Iranian authorities for access to two sites where Iran is suspected to have stored undeclared nuclear material. Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is being treated by doctors in Germany. He arrived in Berlin today aboard of medical plane evolving remains in a coma after a suspected poisoning. In South Korea is expanding its social distancing guidelines amid a growing Corona virus outbreak. South Korea successfully contained its first outbreak but has experienced a string of new infections in recent weeks. I'm Kyle Snyder. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from capital One capital One's banking app lets people manage their money anytime, anywhere. Capital one. This's banking reimagine what's.

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An Excerpt from Project 333 by Courtney Carver - The Emotion Chapter - Minimalism with Clothing & Dressing with Less

Optimal Living Daily

07:06 min | 2 years ago

An Excerpt from Project 333 by Courtney Carver - The Emotion Chapter - Minimalism with Clothing & Dressing with Less

"Excerpt from the Book Project. Three thirty three the minimalist fashion challenge. That proves less really is so much more by Corny carver. If you're reading this book hoping for a recommendation for the perfect pair of jeans or a little black dress that you don't want to live without do a quick review of your wardrobe history. How many pairs of jeans have you owned in your lifetime? How many little black dresses? How many stylish bags? How's that working for you? The truth is there will never be an item of clothing. That changes your life or convince. You're someone you are. Not Shopping. Won't fix the past or secure. The future more is not the answer before I discovered the power of less reduce stress and simplify my life. I thought the answer to all my problems was more. I thought I'd be happier with more money more closet space more shopping or spending more stuff overall. I thought people would like or love or respect me more if I did more for them and prove myself by doing more in every area of my life but more more more din result in more happiness closer relationships or better health. It did the opposite my quest for more resulted in stress. Depression strained relationships and eventually lead to exhaustion and illness. My favorite place for more was my closet if I gained weight I bought more clothing if I lost weight by more clothing if nothing seemed to fit I bought more shoes instead. Find an upcoming events. I bought more clothes and more accessories to dress up the close if I had a good day at celebrate with a shopping trip if found assured I liked about more of them in different colors and then were the black one all the time if I had a bad day. Odd Medicate with more shopping seeking more was one way to go. But it wasn't a good one. Bs contributed to my sense of discontent. Something wasn't right but I didn't know what it was is trying to figure it out. I turn to more more stuff. More business more shopping. When things are broken but bearable it feels easier at. I stay at bearable rather than address. The problems as began to let go of things in an effort to reduce stress. I felt something I hadn't felt in many years I felt light also began to feel happier and healthier so I kept going soon enough less replaced more as a new direction in solution that I hadn't expected less was the answer. I noticed that when I had less to take care of worry about and think about I felt lighter. I removed things for my diets my calendar and my budget. Then it was time to consider my stuff at first. I didn't think my stuff declutter had collected for. Decades was stressful. But eventually I realized it was a way down and kept me distracted once. I saw the stuff as stress. I wanted to give it all away. Luckily I didn't otherwise this might be called project thirty three instead of three thirty three. At first I back Bernard more in my closet because I didn't WanNa go there. I had some pretty solid reasons for holding onto the stuff in my closet after all had spent a lot of money buying it all and some of it has sentimental value also thought people judge meal. What else wearing at all kinds of identity issues in emotions tied up in my wardrobe so it was hard to think about. I worked on simplifying other things first and then decided it was time to go into my closet. His start project three thirty three more of the good stuff what to expect from project. Three thirty three the one thing. You should know right away. You don't have to get rid of all the more in your closet when he star project. Three thirty three in fact. I don't recommend that you do all I ask is that you hide the extra stuff. Get everything out of sight when he started to challenge. There's a method to my man is here to separation. You create will matter later. I'll make it easier to identify what you enjoy doing. And one needs to go the distance you put between you and your staff will make it easier to let go to. You simply won't care about it like you did when you had to look at it every day when you open your closet. I remember going into my boxes in stored items after my first three months with thirty three items and my first thought when looking through everything was what was I thinking. Why are they held on for so long? The pieces that I didn't enjoy never war. Why did I spend so much time? Feeling bad about wearing them a few months apart and all I could think was time to donate this stuff even though all the extra stuff eventually went out the door. If I let go of it immediately I wondered if I had made the right decision and worried that I would have to buy everything again. Creating extra stress take this part of the challenge more cautiously and instead of letting go right away of all the excess stuff. Fake it by getting out of sight for three months even though less replaced more as my go-to problem solving technique. I can't help us celebrate the kind of more that has come from dressing with less. Everyone experienced this a little differently but this is what I've heard from people who try project three thirty three one. I have more time in the morning. This is usually the first benefit people notice when they take the challenge. Is that of spending time trying on different outfits or stressing about what to wear. They have time for breakfast meditation or starting the day at a slower more peaceful pace number. Two I'm saving more money. No doubt about this one. I took my weekly shopping trips to quarterly or even less frequently with project. Three thirty three number three. I've more attention for what interests me imagine. If we harnessed all the energy and attention we spent on how we look and what we wear and instead directed it towards things that really matter to us into the world number four I get more compliments almost surprise I started to receive not only more compliments put different compliments instead of. I like that necklace or those shoes are more things like you look so good or what is it about you. That's changed. You look great number five. I have more confidence. This was just one of many inside shifts. I give him so much. Power to my clothes are forgot. I could be confident wearing anything. These weren't the only changes people who try project three thirty three notice less anxiety and more clarity and focus. They reported they and more patients with their children and that they were sleeping better. The shifts that were happening in my life and that US hearing about from others and nothing to do with shirts shoes scarves or belts the changes we noticed were harsh shifts. You have to start somewhere. Minimalist Fashion Challenge Project. Three thirty three isn't about fashion or clothes. But that's where it stars when you realize how much stress you can release how much space you can create how much money you can save. And how much joyal? Experience simply by reducing the number of items in your closet. You'll wonder why you didn't start sooner. This challenge begins with a focus on less in the form of fewer items in your wardrobe but the results and insights. He'll glean will have very little to do with what's on your hangers instead. They'll be focused on more of the good stuff more proof. That less is in fact more. If more isn't working you either try us you. Just listen to an excerpt from the book project. Three thirty three minimalist fashion shaller's that proves less really is so much more by Corny. Carver

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Voice Development and the Creative Process with Ilarna Nche

Bixby Developers Chat

10:42 min | 2 years ago

Voice Development and the Creative Process with Ilarna Nche

"Today I have the honour talking to Alana Chad who's a voice developer. Whose boiled many many different experiences for Alexa. Google and bixby. And what really impressed me about Lorna is her creativity and all the things that she's done with voice. Some really really excited to talk to her alarm. Why don't you introduce yourself? Hi everyone my name is Alana. I am twenty four years old. I am working on voice. Assistance will be free is now and I recently graduated from the University of Kent For Year pursued. Waste Industry Kind of Siebel where it was all about added Paid off and I've recently been announced Alexa champion and will serve Recently announced as bixby develop theories. Well said a very pleased with how guarding. I'm glad I took the the junk ready grades. And congratulations on being the bixby developer. The air at project voice and Being Alexa champion. That's quite an accomplishment of I have to ask you. What did you get your degree in technology degree or completely different? Yes so I was down that route of going into university in thinking what do I actually want to do and I never I? I was at the point where we have to decide what route you wanted to go down. I'd never really done any of computer science or anything up until hours around sixteen years old because they didn't ready introduce that into into schools much so it wasn't until I was sixteen. Monday introduced Him It's like a high school the high school side at. That's what I saw and I was like. Wow I wanna try it and I kind of not with the whole computer science as and I knew then I wanted to do something in that field but did I want to do it as a job. So that's why I chose. Degree weather is very broad so it. It kind of varies from Web Design to games designed to photography reading modeling like any module any cool secret drink. It was very very broad. Silos able to be like take if I liked it will hide the just will not go down that route because I actually did want to do reading log lane. I thought was really cool. What I saw the course at Casino Harry possible violence the Pixar than when I came to ours like actually this is quite hard and also quite you have to patients because you'll be making a ten second clip in the whole time. I literally I. I have the patience with that. So I did like the whole mobile application development and everything else that came with the coolest so I tied down the the programming side. That's how I kind of figured out went to be in fields. Great you know I encourage people to go explore different things and try things out right because who knows I think should reinvent yourself every end years and figure out what really excites you and go pursue it and even if that means a big change so good for you to try a bunch of things and and you landed on something you enjoy for right now and Yeah go pursue it so learn by my count you created twelve different Vicky capsules and they arrange everything. There's some educational capsules was capsules. Fitness. There's an. As Amara capsule yes in Quiz Games. Can you describe a couple of those big speak capsule in experiences? Yes with with big beat being so new and that the market is well. I I wanted to basically kind of see which type of capsule John kind of like making the Live at the mall one. It was simply something. I bake these experiences to me some cause before I related to other people by decided. Let's take an approach. Like make them for myself. I would you so I'm a big fan of they. Samah I love going to sleep to the mall and I noticed that there are no asleep. Sound experiences out that the A very big market. When look on Youtube for example a lot of people do love a law on it so different to ambient noises because of the whole experience is supposed to deliver this brain light tingle to grain and relax your brain so I wanted to make one and the best thing about putting it on bixby. Robin like Youtube is that we've topped the screen on and you're trying to get to bed the light shining in the room at least if you put it on a voice platform than kind of eliminate the whole having to have screen on and you can just listen away and go to sleep at sun baths with the small one with education. I've kind of always with me being in education for so long you kind of It's kind of a nice way to just keep shop and keep lining whether is learning a language learning maximum stuff stuff that you kind of need to keep learning with at and also fitness. I never really did many experiences and I wanted to see especially when it comes to the end of Christmas. Everyone's not fitness mentality. And you always WANNA keep so i. I've never tried one of my capsules. I made my yoga. I never done yoga before. But I forbid good. experienced Yoga positions as well as make something. I could use to win. You know I love it when people say they built something for themselves she we're talking about. Am tomorrow the Yoga Capsule Education Capsules Unit? You sound found personal benefit to these any wanted to share it and always find that when you build from the heart something you just do your much more motivated and it really really shows in the quality of what you build so great great job you touch them. This a little bit alarmed. But how did you first get involved with building for voice? What what motivated you to to build for this new medium. The main difference the main encouragement life for me to get into voice was honestly. I did that Michael sweaters on full of different modules. And I I knew that where I struggled was with visual graphic design and I love my lapse. I really did want from that. Was My design Like designing the the APP so visuals so when we Amazon dot came out. I notice that you could speak to it. And it will these skills and I didn't realize it was a third party developer. Who'd made these this experience so i. I love learning skills. I'm always up for landing anything so when I when I saw you could make one yourself. I jumped at the opportunity and I started building. It was really simple experience. It was gang could odds on why you would not match the same number of Alexia so that was by really enjoyed Also collected have to think about the design side of things so fast already love love voice. Yeah that's great so it sounds like followed your strengths so I was gonna ask you. What your first voice experience was. But you said it was the odds-on is that still out on the skill store. I had I had no idea still lacking yeah. I think we all have our first things that we built. They think the first thing ever built is a jokes scale. I don't know if you're not have to go check. But when and how did I get started developing bixby itself? Yeah so I was invited to be developer partner program and yet I was told you want to start developing on BEC- speak I had heard expe- before the the the sound on Samson Introduced to the essay the Galaxy S. nine and I was like of course anew scaled the I'd just I just love learning anytime some of that. Something I'm like. Yes for and then the Simpson team. What me on. Everything the ide- e the Bixby Studio hand it kind of was very very intimidating fast. Because I was like a new platform is different syntax using bid. I'd never hundred full but I think it made it easier once I once I kind of just in that whole Amazon Mine Alexa. Mind watching the fall but once I remember that was we did not. You did a tutorial that Webinar with the horoscopes. A yeah actually. I think it might have been atom uncharted the Horoscope to Joyal few. It was about horoscopes. But yeah coding without him. Yeah yeah it was yeah Lebanon end it was like Every helped so I always say like a lot to learn. Visually visual linings. Always our big eight for me. I I kind of documentation is good with support. The I thought visual AIDS so when there's a lot of videos stuff out there examples not the example is really helpful. It really helped kind of move my Experience with big speak

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"joyal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"joyal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Roared for the resignation of Hong Kong's, top leader, carrying lamb and withdrawal of the Bill, which would allow fugitives be extradited to mainland China, like last Sunday. When by some estimates million people took to the streets demonstrators this week, including many students, and families with children many carried flowers and deposited them at the spot where a protester fell to his death on Saturday. Carrie Lam told a press briefing yesterday. The extradition law is well intentioned, and it'll be fixed re-submitted to the legislature. Although probably not this year. Anthony Kuhn in PR news. Hongkong US, military now accusing the Iranian Revolutionary Guard core trying to shoot down a US drone in a statement this weekend you as central command. So the drone was observing one of the two oil tankers attacked in the Gulf of the mon- last week. When you're on fire to surface to air missile in an apparent bid to disrupt the drone Iran has not commented, but has rejected the US claim that it is responsible for Thursday's attack on the tankers Venezuelans fleeing their countries political and economic crisis. Now having a more difficult time entering Peru. Catherine Osborne reports Pru. Tightened its entry requirements as weekend Peru for awhile allowed Venezuelans to work and study inside the country, attracting the region second highest number of in Israel, and migrants. But those permissions have now ended and as a Friday night. Special humanitarian visa is required. For Venezuelans to enter at all proving officials say this to cut down on rising crime on Friday alone. The UN says more than eight thousand Venezuelans crossed into Peru, before the new requirements took place, the UN set refugee relief teams to the proven border and called on the international community to step up assistance for NPR news. I'm Catherine Osborne in Rio de Janeiro and imposing new tariffs on twenty eight categories of products that imports from the United States, including apples almonds new duties announced last year. But delayed until today as impure Lauren Freyer reports from Mumbai India was holding out during talks toward abroad, or US India trade deal, which broken down after Washington dropped India's preferential trade status last month new daily decided to allow these tariffs to take affect. They cover about one and a half billion dollars worth of goods and were originally announced in retaliation for the Trump administration's tariffs. On imported steel aluminum. This is NPR. The US is preparing to take on chilly today and it's second game and the women's World Cup after around of Thailand last week that opened the team up to criticism for running up the score. Then Pierce Laura Walmsley reports from Paris, United States made a record breaking entry to the tournament with a thirteen zero trouncing of Thailand, seven different US player scored goals and Alex Morgan, scored five herself. Now, the team is taking on Chile in Paris and front of a sellout, crowd, midfielder. Lindsey haram, said it felt incredible to score in front of so many who traveled from the US the first game we had so many US fans that it almost felt like a home game. Most teams here in France will struggle to stop the Americans fierce attack. But coach gel says the team wants to keep getting better and entirely focused on victory against cheat today. You can do a lot of breakdown on games you played. But the takeaways from games you've played has to be on what's in front of Chile lost its first game Sweden. So it needs upset if it wants to try to move on. Laura Wamsley NPR news Paris, gov. Gary woodland remains the leader heading into today's final round at the US open. California's Pebble Beach. Well, he says he's happy with his position on the leaderboard. He has not won anything yet, I'm gonna get spot. Obviously you come here with with intentions to play to win and to give yourself a chance. And I've done that through thirty to fifty four holes and so now we gotta go out get ready in the morning. Have some fun with attitude and, and see what happens with an as a one shot lead over Justin Rose, as he seeks his first major championship rose that depending champion Brooks KEPCO, and ROY Mack ROY among the players who remain in contention, as well. Joyal Snyder NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from the size SIMS foundation since nineteen eighty five supporting advances in science education in the arts towards a better society. More information is available at SEIs him sewn, Dacian dot org. And the listeners of K Kuwaiti six minutes now past six o'clock is Father's Day..

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"joyal" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"joyal" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Was like, hey, what one it's coach Bob. Okay. That, that doesn't want to cash, and I was like here to thank, thank you very much. Thank you. I was like, okay, this is it. I was like, I suppose, say something more. Say something more. Sure. But something more memorable right? Right. Coach. I'm sure he did. Yeah. For sure. Right. So outside of your teammates, who's the best player. You've played with for sure he would say speaking. Outside of your own wanted. You know, get new trouble your current teammates, but removing them the best player you've ever played with where you're like this guy is the result talent. I've the best plan for sure. I can take Duncan because like he was he was he was there, and I was there and like an even Monge nobility to write this dislike took place when they when they when I saw them. Well, I played with his people. Right. The reading locking remain. Who's the toughest for you to play against in the NBA who stuff and starting Joyal Joyce, tough trial and BC, refute it off. And like, you know, like he's Bill really kept watch him when I when he was on the court and I need to stop him and I was like anti felt how it it's called thirty points in fifty balancing their. Yes, as you can. If like that, what was it like I probably know the answer. But I it it was a brutal brutal bounce of the ball on the rim in Sunday. What this, this is this is crazy. You know, like every like didn't see nothing like that. Like how many games I watch in my life, and how many comedy shot somebody take it, you know, like he's because I'm I was there. I think on TV games, like never kept a something like that. What is like what is like to be honest? It's good shot if you if you take he made it and it's, it's, it's sad because we finished season like that. But we can be proud on our team because we like I think it's like we play very good refi fighting till the end and of course, everybody makes mistakes but you know, like we know we know for next time is be. Dan? I mean it's I every time I see it. I still can't believe it went a shot it over over Embiid who, who played great defense. Can you do what he's like, and he like, fade away? And it's like back. You know, it's, it's really like to be honest. It's a good shot. I, I don't know. I like you say she how bone to get out and they'll come back. Yeah. Right. But was it like in your locker room? We will say everybody's so quiet and like you take like this really happened. Basically, I was sitting on a bench because we like it was there and many they hit first time I will sit on the bench. Look up to the to the big screen. L sitting there like everybody everybody, it was like freezing. It was freezing. You know, this is this is like my still like I still kill them believe that's happened. But it's well Bobin it, if it didn't happen, you might not be on this tour is, obviously look. I'm sure you rather be playing, but you know, I'm glad that you are here.

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"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:42 min | 3 years ago

"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

"Com slash join. And I assume then you'll join that what you do there. Joyal Snyder with these headlines so state Mike Pompeo was leaving today for Russia. He'll be meeting Tuesday with Russian President, Vladimir Putin and foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in the black series sort of Sochi. It will be the highest level face to face talk since released. So the special counsel's report on Russian election. Interference voters in the Philippines will be casting ballots. Tomorrow president Rodrigo territory is not on the ballot. But the elections are not for him to tighten his grip on. Power the opposition hopes to make inroads in the Philippine Senate to block to territories legislative agenda. And today is the next to last phase in India's nationally voters have been going to the polls across seven Indian states, including the capital, New Delhi. I'm Joel Snyder NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from this station and from the university of Arkansas tapping into the history of the earth's climate by studying the rings of ancient trees, hoping to find clues helpful for the future. One example of how the university of Arkansas is determined to build a better world from the Kennan Lucy. Leman family who appreciate that. For three decades. NPR's helped them to better understand the complex nation in world through its end up coverage of events ideas and cultures and from Americans for the arts. This is weekend. Addition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro last week shooting at stem school highlands ranch near Denver left, one student dead and eight injured, and it took place just miles away from Columbine high school with twenty years ago thirteen died in Littleton, Colorado. Patrick never was a student who survived that massacre at Columbine. And today, he's the minority leader of the Colorado house of representatives, and he joins us now. Welcome to the program. Hey, thanks for having me as a survivor. It must be hard for you to see all these school shootings. It is hard. You know, we definitely wanna work to fix the policies and fix what we can find some comfort in just this latest one. There was some real heroes there that day. And I think we've come a long way where after Columbine everyone knew those shooters names, really well, but they didn't really know too. Many of the rogue x to happen that day at Columbine. So we're seeing some different reactions today. And I think that's important. You're a Republican proponent of gun rights in Colorado. And in twenty eighteen you introduced a Bill to allow concealed handguns on school grounds that Bill didn't pass. But do you feel students would have been safer with concealed firearms at stem school doing I think it probably wouldn't have the shooting probably wouldn't happen in the first place. One of the reasons I propose this Bill year after year is the fact that it's a major deterrent. If they know they're going to go in there and face off physician, and they don't know where that opposition is going to come from probably think twice about doing it in the first place. So I think they've probably would have been safer had actually broken out. But I think probably would have prevented from even happening in the first place, where do you get your information that it's a deterrent? Because of course, people on the other side would say actually more guns mean it's less safe where there's any logic and those kinds of statements from the other side, but I will say that if people target these areas specifically and they've targeted them more and more since we've had gun free zone policies. You put out a statement after the most recent. Shooting urging support of school safety programs. Tell us what's needed in your view, Colorado schools, obviously, I do propose the Bill every year to lift the ban. But there are some other things that we've been able to come together on two years ago, we were able to push for to build it provided thirty million dollars for school safety improvements, whether it's infrastructure improvements, whether that's training for resource officers. Whether that's training for staff to have the proper assessments. Unfortunately, all our efforts spent more money into that. Many of you peers from Columbine and other kids who have survived school shootings over the years have come out in support of more regulations on guns. They point to the fact that America has more school shootings than any other developed country in the world combined. The only difference between the United States and them is that the United States has more armed individuals. Why do you think you position has diverged in the way that it has? Well, many of my friends to correct you would say actually came out and supported my policy. I had quite a few friends and colleagues from Columbine high school who came out and testified in favor of my Bill. I've met many of them just through this process. So I I think there are some out there. There's people on both sides of the issue. Just like there is with any other issue. But I point to the fact that we really haven't seen this problem in our schools until Americans adopted gun free zone policies throughout the states. And that's what's actually contributed not the only Cozma contributed to these happening. Patrick Neville is the GOP leader of the Colorado house of representatives. Thank you so much. Thank you. We're joined now by Martin kaste. He covers law enforcement for NPR Martin. We heard Patrick Nevelson say that if a school is in a gun free zone. It's more likely to be targeted by shooter. Is there dated back that up while they're competing sort of studies? They tend to be aligned with advocacy groups, it it's a real problem to study that in any serious way because we're talking about is trying to discern motivation. Means you know, the idea that yes, of course, schools are in gun free zones. These school shootings happen at schools or go the attacked it because it was a gun free zone. That's hard to make that connection. And yet that correlation is often held up as evidence that people were picking on the school because it was a gun free zone. But the real fact that people have to remember in America is that despite these Riddick headlines about school shootings actually schools are statistically, the place where kids least likely to get shot if your child in America, you're more likely to get shot in the street or at home. Do we know why shooters choose targets? It really varies a lot. A lot of this tends to be about the place where that person spends most of their day, you know, the few times when these shooters survive in our debriefed, they tend to talk about just a situational anxieties and angers they had where they were either going to school or going to work. It's not necessarily a place that they picked out randomly. It's usually a place. They had a life. They have a connection to. Yeah. You cover law enforcement how how does law enforcement view the presence of guns in schools. They're very tentative about this. When I talked to them about especially tactical officers swat teams that kind of thing they're very worried about the idea of civilians with guns the barge into school. That's having active shooter situation. And if they see someone with a gun in their hand, and that person isn't wearing a uniform that person's very likely to get shot in that situation. So they're really worried about good guys with guns in the chaos of a school shooting. The other thing that educators worry about a lot when I talked to them. And again, we have no direct evidence of this because isn't attested, but there's a worry that the knowledge that some teachers have concealed weapons on them may cause troubled adolescence, especially to seek out confrontation in the classroom situation. Very similar to the phenomenon. You see in the streets of suicide by cop. You may have children seeking out presumably armed teachers for suicide by teachers situations, perhaps threatening classmates, so we don't know gonna happen. But that's certainly a fear that educators have that's NPR's Martin custody. Thanks so much. You're welcome. Let's say you have an idea for a startup. You can probably guess what comes next lots of brainstorming whiteboards asking for money begging for money, then launching a product and hopefully making a big splash. But what happens when your startup doesn't kick into gear? How do you shut it down? Abigail cliff Johnson is trying to answer that question in part because she might need that advice herself. She joins us now from our studios in New York to explain Hello. Hello. Thank you so much for having me. We'll get to the project. You're calling the shutdown in a moment. But I want to begin by talking about the startup you founded and run it's called racier. So is customizable, toy cars that help kids. Learn about science, and engineering and the idea was to create a physical product that kids could use to play and then learn while playing and then from there we had a whole big hairy audacious goal as they call it to build out a community and online apps and all sorts of fun stuff that you have to think about when you build a startup, but because we are building hardware is much more expensive. It's very very cost intensive to actually make a physical thing. And we've figured out that we probably can't go it alone, which I think probably a lot of startups. Discover they run through their journey. Yeah. So you founded in twenty fourteen but later, you started a Kickstarter to raise money, and you found yourself at a crossroads exactly so we were trying to raise enough money to make a thousand units. So when we went onto Kickstarter we had to have a fairly high price point to be able to cover the cost of production. And we realized that we weren't going to hit our goal. Which is upsetting and embarrassing and painful, but it was also a really clear signal to say, okay, you've tried every which way to do this on your own and to raise money, and it's not going to happen. The way you thought it was going to happen which brings us to this idea of shutting down a startup, which is what I understand you're considering right now we are. We're actually looking at multiple different options. But shutting down certainly one thing that we have to consider an as I started looking into what that would be what that would look like and how that would happen. I realized that it's kind of a mystery because lots of people have talked about shutting down their companies. But usually, they only talk about it on the other side, right? Once they've passed through the pain and misery and the embarrassment that they come out the other side and say I failed. But now, I'm doing this amazing thing, and we love that story. Right. Everybody loves the redemption story. But when you're actually in the middle of it. It's like, you're a leper. Nobody wants to come anywhere near you. Because they think the failures contagious. And so you suddenly find yourself completely isolated. And so you've asked the internet for help you set up a Twitter account and a Google form asking people who have had to shutter their startup for help. Because as you describe it. There are proximate -ly eleven billion resources for building a startup. They're practically none for shutting down. What kind of responses? Have you been getting it's been really amazing and impressive. And also, it feels really cathartic because what you realize when you start asking the question aloud is how many people have had to go through this. And how painful it was for them. And the things that people have found to be the most helpful is talking to other people who have been through it about the real detailed information. People have asked repeatedly for I wish I'd had more help valuing my assets. I wish I'd had more help talking to my shareholders. I wish I'd had more help communicating this whole thing, and knowing if I was suppose. To file for bankruptcy or not? But even that costs money. So the shutdown is hopefully going to be like the decelerating as an adjunct to all the XL arrives that are out there for startups. So what do you hope to do with all this vice once gathered it could this be a new startup? No, please. No..

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"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"joyal" Discussed on KCRW

"Joyal Snyder with these headlines state media in North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Il oversaw alive fire drill this weekend testing. What it said, we're large-calibre long range rocket launchers and tactical. Guided weapons report today came after South Korea's military said the north launched several identified short range projectiles into the sea of Japan on Saturday, hostilities between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza. Have stretched into a third day. The Israeli military says more than four hundred rockets have been fired into his Rayleigh territory, prompting retaliatory, air strikes and tank fire. And pope Francis is in the Balkans arrived in Bulgaria today on a trip that will also take him to neighboring north Macedonia. Where voters today are casting ballots in a runoff election for president. I'm Joel Snyder NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from this station and from the Carnegie corporation of New York, supporting innovations in education, democratic engagement and the advancement of international peace and security. More information is available online at Carnegie dot org. From the Craig Newmark foundation committed to the values of fairness opportunity and respect the new Mark foundation, supports veterans and military families voting rights truth in journalism and women in tech and from Americans for the arts. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro uncertainty over the fate of Venice Walea is steadily growing deeper a few days ago. It looked as if President Nicolas little was about to fall opposition leader one guy, though, tried to trigger a military uprising with the support of his closest ally. The United States it failed the leaders of NFL military. Stuck by my little US officials are trying to figure out what went wrong, and is NPR's Philip Reeve's reports they're blaming Cuba. No one disputes their accusers in Venezuela. The is dispute though about what they're up to u s national security adviser John Bolton says that Cuban security forces. He says there are at least twenty thousand of them Kuba says that's nonsense. There is no dissipation in any sort of military or security operations in Venezuela. Johanna to blood is deputy director of y-. Affairs and Cuba's foreign ministry. She doesn't really argue with Bolton's number of Ruffy twenty thousand but says civilians, most of them are medic out arsenal. They do their flown a very novel work.

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"joyal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"joyal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You look at the Blue Jays. And you know, they beat the as but five straight now they're tied up today. I know that but tip obey still hanging in there. Blake Snell's toe may hurt you've got, you know, you got the Red Sox that can't get out of their own way. Chris sale. Can't win a game. Yeah. The Yankees with all the injuries. It's kind of the way. A baseball season starts at least talk about the AL east a little bit. Yeah. You know? Tampa Bay got great. I think it was a one run win over the Red Sox yesterday. They are just really really tough. I don't think we should feel too sorry for the Red Sox. Chris sale completely. You know goes on the shelf or just can't get it together. That would be a big blow. I think he's pitching a little bit better price. Didn't look too bad yesterday. You know, there's so much talent there. I think they're definitely going to get in the race Baltimore's about the only team you can you can rule out as as Chris David thoughts up to I. But. Tampa Bay there seventeen tonight. I'd I don't think it's I don't think it's a joke. I there's certainly not gonna disappear they play the game. Well, we talk about the act, and yeah Toronto they've got a huge boost of energy with with Wadi Joyal junior coming up he probably should have three or four hits. Now, he's he's been close to getting a couple per game. He has gotten one per game. And you know, you talk about great follow-through Bellenger hobby Baya's, isn't this guy is right? You talking about violent, right? But you know, what? In the in the minor leagues. He had more walks and strikeouts. With which was with did not characterize his dad. It doesn't characterize a lot of people. And that that's a good sign for his discipline. He's he's certainly not rod Karoo up there. But he he's he's a fairly disciplined hitter for a young guy with all that tower. Yeah..

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How Moths Hide From Bats

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

How Moths Hide From Bats

"Don, that's the terror of the night sky. They hunt in darkness using sonar echo location to detect intercept flying insect prey Joyal among insects, most mall species are active at night. It must be really dangerous to be a moth. Yes, but moths have evolved numerous ways to protect themselves. Many moth species have ears that can hear the bat. Sonar pulses and take vase of action, but many are death in two thousand eighteen a team of British scientists reported a new way that these moths protect themselves acoustic camouflage, Joe schwa- camouflage makes things hard to see acoustic camouflage makes a moth hard to detect with sonar. That's right, moths and butterflies have similar wings. But most butterflies are active during the day and don't face the threat of bat predation when the research. Compared the sound reflecting properties of moths and day flying butterflies. They found that nocturnal moths have special add up to reduce the amount of sound. They reflect at the ultra sonic frequencies of bat sonar, they can absorb up to eighty five percent of incoming ultrasound compared to only twenty percent for butterflies moths have scales on their bodies and around there wing joints that is thicker and denser than for butterflies the scales are like for and absorbed sound removing it increased amaafuza chances of being eaten by a bat by thirty eight percent. The researchers found the scales of moths are structured on the microscopic level. So that they vibrate. It just the right frequencies to cancel out the ultrasound frequencies of bat sonar moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm and I'm ya Cassandra.

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U.S. court blocks transfer of American detainee held in Iraq

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 4 years ago

U.S. court blocks transfer of American detainee held in Iraq

"From npr news in washington i'm shay stevens new york's attorney general eric schneiderman is stepping down npr's diaa snyder reports on the statement he's issued after being accused of physically abusing four women eric schneiderman issued a statement hours after the new yorker published an article detailing the accusations by four former girlfriend's two of whom spoke on the record schneiderman says he strongly contests the allegations but he says he's stepping down because they will prevent him from effectively leading the attorney general's office in previous statement he acknowledged engaging it role playing and other consensual sexual activity but he says he never assaulted anyone schneiderman has been a leading opponent of president trump and his administration's policies and a strong supporter of the metoo movement though to be taking legal action against former film producer harvey weinstein joyal snyder npr news president trump says he'll let everyone know tomorrow whether he plans to keep the united states it's in the iran nuclear deal in a tweet trump says the expects to makes as announcement at two pm the president has a facing a may twelfth deadline over whether to uphold the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal which has long criticized a federal court is blocking the trump administration from transferring a suspected enemy combatants from morocco to another country npr's ryan lucas says the detainee is an american citizen who was accused of being a member of the islamic state a federal appeals court in washington dc has upheld a ruling that barred the us government from sending the us citizen against his will to a third country the reasons behind the court's decision remain under seal pending a review of confidential materials the man was taken into custody in syria in september the government suspects he was a member of the islamic state and his held him without charge for more than seven months at a us military facility in iraq the man's identity has not been made public but it is known that he is a dual us saudi citizen who attended college in louisiana he.

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Turkish military and allied rebels in ‘total control’ of Syria’s Afrin, Erdogan says

NPR News Now

04:58 min | 4 years ago

Turkish military and allied rebels in ‘total control’ of Syria’s Afrin, Erdogan says

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder. Turkey says it, Syrian allies have entered the center of freen in. It's now under Turkish control and Turkish president dared wants as Kurdish fighters fled. The area claim has not been independently confirmed, but it's the BBC's Mark Lowen reports footage posted online shows fighters with Turkish flags inside the city. The entry into Afrin has been funk quicker than on -ticipant. It Syrian rebel forces backed by Turkish. Empower moved in from dawn president. Adleman saying the town centre is under total control, troops, combing the streets for white PG, Kurdish finances hooping. The targets of Turkey's two month, long offensive. Many had reportedly fled some of the hundred and fifty thousand or so people who left Afrin through a corridor. A Syria monitor says, two hundred eighty civilians have died in the Turkish operation. Ankara denies it. The question now is, if Turkey will move onto target other parts of northern Syria also. Held by the white PG who had caused terrorists separately as Syrian rebel group in the Damascus suburb of eastern Gudo says it is in negotiations with the United Nations to arrange for a ceasefire. President Trump is attacking fired FBI director, Andrew McCabe deputy director, Andrew McCabe saying on Twitter that McCabe never took notes while the two were together. He's raising doubts McCabe documented their interactions. McCabe memo's. Oh, are now believed to be in the possession of special counsel? Robert Muller's team in a separate tweet. President Trump renewed has concerned that Muller's investigation into Russian election interference may be biased against him. Militants ambushed, a medical team backs needing against polio in a remote border area of Pakistan. The AP reports that to workers are dead. Another two injured NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Mingora. Now, the three members of the vaccination team will missing after the attack. It comes after a killing in January when a polio walk and had daughter was shot. Militants have attacked paalea workers in Pakistan for years ever since the CIA used vaccinators in their attempts to identify Osama bin Laden. He was killed in two thousand eleven in the city of about Abed hooters in Russia, going to the polls in the country's presidential election Vladimir Putin all, but certain to win NPR's. Lucian, Kim reports at the main issue for the Kremlin is boosting turn out to give Putin a convincing mandate for the next six years. Polling stations have opened across Russia's, eleven timezones from Toco, which touches Alaska to Kaliningrad on the border with Poland flooding Putin who has ruled Russia for more than eighteen years is on track to win a fourth presidential term besides Putin. Seven other candidates are on the ballot. None of whom are polling above the single digits. Turn out in such a predictable election as the Kremlin's biggest concern and local authorities are getting out voters with free food selfie contests and mandatory attendance lists for government workers. Lucian, Kim NPR news. You catcher in Berg, Russia, and this is NPR. They are news southeast Asian leaders and Australia's prime minister or showing unity. When it comes to North Korea, leaders of Ozzy on where the association of southeast Asian nations have issued a joint statement, calling North Korea to rein in its nuclear programs. AUstralia host of the summit meeting this weekend despite not being a member of on a busy weekend for sports apparel. Lympics has wrapped up in South Korea with today's closing ceremony, much attention on college basketball, and which teams will advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the in the NCAA tournament for the second week in a row. Tiger Woods is in contention on the last day of golf tournament heading into the final round or the Arnold Palmer invitational woods is five shots behind the leader from Orlando, Florida in Paris. Tom Goldman reports the fact that Tiger Woods, one of golf's greatest players is even in contention. Again, that's a big deal. Even woods doubted. He could recover from the back problems that have. Him winless for nearly five years. But his fourth back surgery has worked so far. He comes into today's final round Orlando, having shot nine straight rounds of par or better over his last few tournaments. I still feel like I'm coming back. I'm still getting used to what my body can do shot some hitting and playing competing. Again, it feels good to be back out. There would says he could win today if he shoots very low score, but he'd also need a bunch of players ahead of him on the leaderboard do poorly. That's not likely since those players include majors, winners, Henrik, Stinson, Rory, mcilroy, and Justin Rose, Tom, Goldman NPR news, Orlando, and Joyal Snyder in Washington.

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