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"kanai" Discussed on The Who & How Club
"I think because the already like a woke person. If you ever in experiment with drugs like get dark well no. I think you'll have a kajority. Have such an amazing understanding of yourself. You'll have the best time over. So i've definitely had some bad trips and a definitely had some awesome trips where i think the the bad ones were when when i was just waiting to hot and it was just not a good environment outside should waited iras also late in a space where i was figuring out like who i was and i think the environment that i was in just wasn't lake for me and i was. I would at that point i was like i would fly off the seat of my pat Like the the. How do you say this. I have the seat of my pants. That i've never heard that. Is that an amendment. Why yeah yeah the seat of your pants. Yes that. But i was very like impulsive. People be like oh. Do you want wanna take this. I'd be like sure giving all the drugs and it was a time. And then i would feel bad the next day because i was like did jamie really wanna do that or did like j me just wanna you know like the other way. What is the correct one though. I haven't done Anything like drugs minus weed. But i don't think we did drug it's like Thank skar like the t. I haven't done anything like years. I think it's because Of the last time. That i did it. I was like i'm done like i did it. I'm glad i've lived at. I don't need to be this person anymore. Just like said goodbye to the party. Girl was like kanai. I'm thirty two. So i wanna try it at some point. I just don't know at what point but you know we'll see but i'd love to share that experience with somebody. I don't think. I want to be by myself or it has to be some sort of like iowa's thing like i wanted to be Sa- term. I'm looking for like for you for work. I know it'll be therapeutic but also sort of not like written like Like ritual you know. I wanted to be around a bunch of wanna be free and nature and experience it with people that just have good energy and stuff like that. So that's early music festival in the. Yeah let's close. Oh sorry go ahead. Oh yeah i i did. Mushrooms wasn't thailand. I've got up Mushrooms straight off the beach nods was highest for eleven hours and I can actually say that that experience was like truly does mall. It alters your mind any need to study mushrooms more like how it can open up consciousness. 'cause like that trip really changed me..
"kanai" Discussed on First of All
"Yeah. I wish i had more support. So i definitely felt alone in that in some regard But there are also people that that that did support and You know i became friends with and whatnot. I think one of the big things that that i had to do was i had to actually stop youtube videos or to police transition over Kanai it's almost like it's almost like saying i need to work out and you get healthier and you never go to the gym. You're still at home and yeah you can do pushups in run around your neighborhood. But i actually had to deal. I actually had to quit like equivalent of driving your asked to the gym entering that door and then sitting in front of a machine or or a weight lifting it up. They had to do that fully in in for me. That was quitting youtube altogether. So i did and it was scary and it was tough and it was a new foreign world in i was in survival mode and i You know sacrificed. why i- risks. I took a huge risk I was living off of savings and nine lived through all of my savings pretty much in you know. Got to a really tough place but is it was. It was worth it. Because i learned a lot from it. I gained a lot from it. I gained a lot of great from it. life experience The ability to be to have more gratitude in life for small things and those things. You can't learn unless you go through the struggle so hopefully for me that that That really helped me a lot Yet but i would say the biggest thing that i did was actually quitting the thing that was holding me back which was to moving forward. Those spoken to how do you. How did you make that decision. Like 'cause you're i just do it. You know it's like it's like you know when. Have you been to a cliff where you jump off into a lake. I have not done that yet. See i to do have you gone i. It's the same thing he on the suit you sign the death waiver. Go up in that plane. Right you go in the plane and then you you i mean you jump the do the person behind. You will probably jump for you but it going out by myself. Yeah but it's the same concept you just got gotta find the courage and in trust that you what it will be okay. What is the worst. The absolute worst that will happen. Will you die. No most likely not the worst. That will happen is what you move in with your parents you ask for help or maybe if your parents can't afford you yeah you're gonna what crash on your friends is couch in. Be sad for awhile and then figure out what you're gonna do next and then in the will move up useless. Move out from there right. I mean these stories have taken place billions of times billions of people on earth who've made it and you know for me i was like yeah. I'm not that special in terms of like like the the hardships that i'm going through the struggle for she way worse who've done way more in so for me i use that as a source of inspiration and Way for me to just. I mean it's hard easier said than done right making it sound easy but it got to take that step. That's that's all you have to do. It's like anything else beyond taking the actual step is just you convincing yourself to not move forward. Basically it's an excuse at the end of the day absolutely because like. I don't think you're making it sound easy. You're making it sound simple. Because it is and i think that's like the unvarnished truth right. It is that simple. You either do it and you go for it or you. Don't and you're gonna find a million reasons and i could list ninety eight percent of them for you because i have the myself like it. Can't i can't do this right now. I can't but but you know. Like i i've had so many i think for me personally right now. What i'm feeling. And i won't bore you with them at this point. But like i feel like i've so many things kind of tying me to shore. And what i want to go and take a machete and just like cut them all off. I just don't wanna be tethered to things. That are unnecessary right. These these doubts in these like fears of all. But if i don't i'm not gonna make any money that's a big one curry this benji of this. When are you going to cut in. Machete all off within this month actually. That is something that i i've been in the process i will do. Those are those are those are. I'm giving you my word. David on moyer podcasts. 'cause yeah 'cause you're somebody i do respect end like you've done it. That's that's why. I also like the environment of who talk about these things like who you're getting advice from. I realized like i have had. I've been really really fortunate to have really supportive people. But some of them are also quite risk averse right. And they don't quite know the world that i inhabit some of them and they are looking out for me quote unquote so like i just had to learn over time and experience like was there Advice the best advice right like you have to learn.
"kanai" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast
"I am sell sell tickled and delighted to welcome you to this. Oh jenny clarin mary. Kay welcome to the for the love. Podcast wait look at this. That's you that is that is me. That's my signature by like. I don't do a lot of hair. I don't do a lot of hair and so i'll everybody watching on. Youtube can be real delighted with this really really on it so you guys are in the same house right now we are explain yourself cynically one home that she has a whole house phil crazy. It has a a gorgeous flat. And brooklyn i was like come out to the burbs. We'll do the podcast together in the same walls. I like this. I like this and the flat in brooklyn like to to be honest with you. It's remarkable yeah. it's amazing. Soak it up right now girl. You're living the dream. You guys okay. So i have already told my listeners about you kind of from a high level and so before we get into the rest of this. I'd love for you guys each and introduce yourself and give us a little bit of background. Like what's your deal and who your people and where are you at okay. So jennifer. how about you. Go i so i guess a little over a year and a half ago almost now. Which is bananas cane is shows got put on hold and pause and probably about a month into said pause and canine. We're on the phone. And she said i think it's time we start our teaching business. I said what teaching business she said. The one we're one we're launching now and tell you exactly yes and and so we had both kinda taught individually and loved working together on stage and always kind of looking for business ventures to do together offstage and brought our best meredith honest business manager and may twenty twenty launch double name which is which was sort of the nickname affectionally affectionately. Give to us by wicked fans and we were on the road so because we both have to first name. Hey i get it yeah I mean we kinda started small. We said you know if we could start with two classes of eight. That would be amazing. We wanted to keep our class sizes small and intimate you know in the zoom room and at that point. I think everybody was still we. Were still figuring out zoom anyway and almost one hundred editions for that first round of classes and ended up. I think that that first round may was that for classes to kick often. And we've been going going ever since and our shows are coming back this fall. I found out this time last year. That i was pregnant with a little bit That's exciting that's definite whole whole baby. I know it was actually it. Was this time last year meredith. Kanai were on a call and we were planning our fall semester. And i said guys before we get started shop to let you know about this thing. That's growing inside me and might affect our fall classes. Maybe or maybe not but he was really good. He gave me no nausea. So we we. I think we ended up doing seven or eight classes last fall so it all worked out. How yeah and so. Can you tell me a little bit more about classes. How many what that really look like. In the pandemic and k yeah. The classes were built for teaching theater. Virtually so it's not necessarily a class that you would see in a room live right. It's all about jesse. And i did a lot of work. Like what do we have available to us here. That we don't have available in the room. And how do we use that to our advantage. When it comes to teaching things that then they can practice and use in their craft in a room but like how do we use this moment right now to teach and not just try to bring something that people taught before into the zoom room. It doesn't work like that. It just doesn't so we did a lot of viewpoints work. A lot of. I mean it sounds silly as musical theater class but juicy and i built like three sturdy curriculums like we really. We really did. We started that first class. Utah was four weeks three weeks of class at one one recital but then we moved into ten week long classes one is called groundwork that is about exploring your own point of view in the world. And how can crossover with your characters and sort of narrowing in on. What's important to you and how you apply that to your work. Sort of like being your own director but also giving people confidence like explorer and actually care about the things they care about ends. Everything is going to be more interesting. If it comes from you write everything if it comes from your own point of view of comes from your own experience so kind of giving people permission to explore that in utilize that and kind of layer it onto the work that they are presenting and then the other big class that we did is called stages of drama which she she was kind of giving you a little bit about but we. It's a five chapter along class. That's ten weeks. Each chapter is an era in musical theater. We moved through the twenty s to today and the first class of the chapter is like a lecture led by g c. That's about a half an hour long. That talks about the history of the time. And how it overlaps with the broadway stage and then a forty five minute criag orphee study from one of our broadway friends who is either done. The show or knows a lot about the show or is the dance. Captain in the show broadway and then a vocal study led by me. So what specific about the vocals during this era and how we can use these as like seasonings for our own voices on. We're going in for those roles. And then we interviewed icons that have a lot to say or a lot to do with those eras rebuffed robot. Yeah it's like. When i say sturdy like i think the reason why we have so many people coming back is because what we're doing is really intentional and it's not like hey come learn from us. It's like no. We learned so that we can teach like we are like we put this together so that you will succeed and it's incredible. You drill down. Yeah what does this mean. i mean obviously will. I don't even know but it appears of the world might be coming back. I'm not sure was. Just the verdict. Al by i swear to the lord if mine and meredith tickets to opening night september get pulled again. We are gonna riot up in these streets. We had seven o'clock tickets and we started getting taxed at five saying everything's ruined everything and so we had like a sad struggle dinner after that. And so yeah. We have tickets in hand to see wicked on september fourteenth fourteenth. I know. And i swear. I swear if they pull it again you guys. It's not going to happen. So here's my. This is a roundabout way for me. Say as of now normal theater is a is on. Its way back. We're to ask becky theater. And so does this mean the classes will be on hiatus or do you have them such that they can kind of be in perpetuity now or no. I think i've formal group classes. That may have been teaching together will be on a temporary hiatus.
"kanai" Discussed on Power Flow Podcast
"Kay i'm so excited for this conversation. Well i am too 'cause i we have to learn to figure out how to collaborate more always been very impressed with you and you are the rocket scientists in. I'm a lowly engineer. I love your work. Aw thank you so much and likewise you can tell listeners. There's a ton of mutual respect here. kanai i met We sat together on the board of the distributed energy conference power magazine for a few years. And you could tell like when that group met that. Like every time k said something i would light up and be like yeah. That's it every time that you're probably cringing going. Oh god she said that again. No no i think we've beat the same drum and a lot of ways which is which is really excellent So i wanna start out and just dive deeper into your areas of expertise. Because i love it and you have you have such a wealth of knowledge and experience but so you know unlike me the somewhere where we differ you know. I came into energy from aerospace. And i kind of came into it late later in my career But you've sort of been here kind of the whole time You know you. Your education background is is in energy. So tell me about that. Tell me about you know getting interested in and living the dream from the beginning. Well unfortunately unfortunately i had to take a hiatus in the middle because i graduated in eighty seven from a penn state with that degree and the i was the first graduating class of that program and there were three of us and none of could find jobs so i had to build my own job when i got to college and that turned out to be designed bill. That's where my architectural design process were came in But interestingly i took a hiatus and went to aerospace for short period of time. Because i was working for british aerospace know totally and i i have discovered and i.
"kanai" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan
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"kanai" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"And make sure that i could throw the lead rope all over the mayor So i wouldn't start with trying to get it around her legs. I would just start tossing it over her back over her neck and shoulders over her rump. And then i was start just tossing it around her legs so i wouldn't actually try to go in there and wrap the rope around her legs. I'd stand at shoulder and just kind of fling at ford rapper under back legs and release and do the same weather front legs if she moves keep her head tilted toward me and i wait until she stops moving her feet and she settles them. My stop throwing the rope. And i do that all over every body part i can imagine but especially the legs so make sure that she acclimated to the rope in that way. The next step that i take to actually trying to the feet handled. Is i had one of those natural horsemanship sticks But you can use a whip. You just need a an extension of your arm that can reach out and touch the horse without you. Getting kicked her trampled or struck or whatever So i don't start by touching on the legs with it because that is a very sensitive part of their body. I i make sure kanai rub it all over your back. Can i rub it on your rump. In rabat olive your head neck and your shoulders. Then i will start working my way down the legs so i like to do the back legs. I for some reason. So again. I stand at the shoulder. I keep their nose tilted toward me. So if they moved they'll swing their hip away from me not toward and i'll rub on top of their rump. If they're okay with that. I'll go down a little bit and then retreat back to their rump. If they're okay with a go down even more. So maybe i'm around the hawk area now and then i constantly go back to that kind of home base..
"kanai" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast
"I'm a relatively new player. Only playing for about two years off and on because of school mccain since the start of my career and i've noticed that with his transformation it's always one or the other one is just okay and the other is god like you. You don't have to say one of the other. You can only good one. They're hardly any times. When both have been good and picking blue were read when the other is just inherently better troll obviously their games we should go read when there's no squishy tank bruisers except the are needed etc or you should go blue in case like anyone would get instant killed by your w combo so my question is how would you balance canes that both forms are good enough to play in any game And so that you could play both and neither is overpowered. I've always wanted to choice to play both in games that allow it but it always seems like it's one or the other. Thank you for taking the time to respond. But i will never apologize for the length of this email. Ps i know a couple of you are smash fans so i'm going to throw this out here. Hashtag play project. And so i i'm a. I'm a huge cane Hater i s in the fact that i've always had pretty strong opinions on like i read cayden. I think gains almost always been the better. Cain despite the fact that i've never played run kanai only played blue came when i do plan way more fun that being said. I think this season has been the closest they've ever been in like power level. I think blue came is actually stronger than read kenneth near the season but i think it has slowly shifted to read came just being fucking impossible to kills does almost the same damage and healings out of control because healing reduction isn't good enough. Even though they made better healing reduction items the season A best the best way to balance that though is like the reality is that blue kane it's supposed to characters but read. Cain does a lot of damage still And is impossible to kill as well..
"kanai" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"I remember talking to the producers and saying hey guys i in on kind of torn because yeah wants closer to to being with her but you know anything that i've had in life You know i've worked for and it's much more gratifying. When you feel like you've earned it writing told her it would amend that much work. She handed me that rose. But i felt gums by the fault. And so i guess answer question What wasn't seeing you know. I saw people kind of making fun of dermot hometowns One par said. There's nothing missing from our relationship. You know there are a lot of things that were not surprised. were cut out. kanai At a constant banter back and forth we. We had a very similar team but we were always laughing on camera off camera giving each other going spirits high You know the physical connection was there From wedding date everyone saw the the dry part. You know where where i had to like. What would these vows like. Yeah it's awkward right With there was a whole second part after that where we have a honeymoon suite portion the day where we can just be fine and and goofy and also explore like that physical side which which we had a strong connection facet as well And then we were able to which become too late in our relationship We're able to be serious in how important meaningful conversations with each other solve which were aired as you saw during the night portion of my hometown. Katie shared something very important with with her family. But know also share things my family that weren't aired so we had that trust neck connections well yesterday during a live show. You said that you felt like Like you didn't get enough time. You're kinda like cheated out of time with her. What were you referring to not moment like. You didn't get a full enough chance. You said right yes. So i was referring to The fantasies weekday want it. Even after what went down with blake.
"kanai" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Just sitting there and she's really uncomfortable. I see him anywhere near this. Michelle looking like doc man. Yeah exactly the opera dressed and he's naked throughout this. Is this how the humans cleanse themselves. How the the shower works. None of this shit works. Are you pregnant now. Not a set works to. She was like get the fuck out here man. No we're doing it. Oh okay. I guess that's how it to show. He's very slow wall. Goddamn destroyed has a chrome right class. You know you probably try to take it osceola. And i'll put this shit. It works better the scene. If you keep it on you can't look at me. The spiderman kiss through the bandages. The i came down through. I can't do it. I just can't get much mind works so instead insane man. I really do want this guy is he. Is he fucking busy from another planet and kanai designed to make movies. They're not the fuck he was doing. So many crazy things going on this shit man. This is how on break it down and try to figure out what this is about. Because i'm going to try to figure out. Everything has gone is moving by telling you all the movies that are going on at once. They're five fuck and films going on at once. Just just just a fucking movie car crash pile up right. Here is five films people. Maybe more if you really want to split them up. But i want to just broken down simply five films going on right here man one. You got this this drama going on with this book company that i thought made a fortune for you. I don't know you anything. I in fact. I'm not gonna give you the next book that's it don't call here anymore. No more damn fox box but don't all why are we. Why are we throwing things. Why are we going to talk about how much this moving loved. Throwing and dropping sit man. This is moving drafts. More shit than the pigeon minutes. This is insane. they love dropping. They'll just don't drop ship for no reason man. They'll put up a dump. Don't take a plate and put it on the most the on the flimsiest the flemish shouldn't a room just to see drought. Why are you don't do it again..
"kanai" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"Right is like the dog is fine. Any circumstances will. The dog actually isn't find the dogs actually shut down. They're not seeing. You're not seeing behavior from them. And that's the distinguishing factor. Right so these are things that you know. As the dog guardian you do have to be detected. You gotta take notes. I always encourage people like. Where's your training journal. What did you write down about that day. Like what was important. What was relevant. What was different for the dog and can we extrapolate some stuff there that we can use to inform the behavior modification. We do going forward absolutely and we also urge pet parents to educate themselves as much as possible on body language because so much of it. I mean we've set it like a zillion times already kanai body. Languages is really weird. So much of the information lies. Because that's where when your dog is not reacting or maybe not biting or not growling so not doing behavior where to an untrained eye. The dog might look fine. Well you know somebody who understands a little bit more about body. Language might be seeing the lip. Lex might be seeing the whale. I might be seeing the yawning noticing. Oh wow wait a second out of my three four options. Fear fight flight freeze fidgets another one but fight flight or freeze. Wow i'm seeing this actually. Looks like might be the freeze Yeah so you know. Obviously every dog is an individual right and like just because you have a breed that maybe as more a more susceptible or more prone to territorial motivations Doesn't always ring true but i think that it's really important that you do more research on your individual dogs free ride and lake. I'd love to hear your perspective on this too. But like i find that mastiff type dogs rate whether they're pure better there's a mix of nair. Oftentimes livestock guardian breeds rate or some sort of mix sometimes shepherds rate german shepherds in australian shepherd in particular. I find they are a little bit more prone to some of that territorial stuff and knowing that about the breathe and taking behavior history. I'm i'm going to do something different for those dogs than i would. For you know are mixed. free dog. territory behavior in his very clearly upgrade and fearful of strangers. Totally and i actually have a story about a livestock. Guardian dog really quick. But it's this was a great as it was so being in washington. Dc a dense city environment. It's hard for even the most stable dog now. You put a sting in livestock. Guardian dog in a basically row home in northwest the busy part of dc. And of course. It's not going to go. well now. This was a couple years ago and didn't know quite as much as i know now and it's so interesting looking back i'm like oh my gosh. Why did we try that. But the dog was surprise guarding the house..
Myanmar air strikes send ethnic Karen fleeing to Thailand
"Thousands of villages in eastern ma'am all her from the Karen ethnic minority fled across the border into Thailand the exodus was prompted by several S. strikes on a Carrington with a position in the area the bombing of Karen states metro district near the side win referred by minimal forces left many injured in some dads the director of humanitarian group free Burma Rangers David you bank says the attack was unexpected there are multiple airstrikes and what was very different for us is we haven't had air strikes there for over twenty years tension at the frontier comes as pro democracy leaders are seeking to have the Karen and other ethnic groups join them as allies which would add an armed element to that struggle so far the ethnic armed groups have any committed to providing protection to protesters in the areas they control the Karen National Union okay I need the leading political party for the Karen minority is one of more than a dozen ethical Kanai stations that have been fighting for decades to gain more time to me for me MO central governments I'm Karen Thomas
"kanai" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Shout out for tearing and drop it to the end and a great 55 conversation. I love that was cool. Yes, Segways into you know something we wanted to talk about. Which was the pass rush, because when I asked hot Orlando that question or maybe us and shot like, did the thing During the summer. We were interviewing Todd Orlando and one of us asked that question about 55. He was pretty open, he said. Drake Jackson could wear it. And, uh, I'm guessing maybe that to Chris Claiborne is thinking about and he's been living in the backfield. Certainly against Utah. He was fantastic. Yes, I I think that may have been who coaches was referencing. Yeah, but drinks been having second year so far, you know, Unfortunately, he's missing time, though. It was some dehydration against Arizona State of the little banged up in another kind of the lineup, But when he's in there, he's making plays, Man. He'd be able to get after it. You know on Lee has one sack on the air, but it's the pressures you see from. He's coming. He's coming back there. He's harassing guys. You see the interception here where he just Ah, ball hawk making plays, But I think he would look good in that 55. Max. I mean, the nine line is clean, but I think people linebacker ask. I love the 9999 sick, but 55. I mean, if you go USC 55 those names and he left it off. I mean, It's quite the legacy trick does have that does have two sacks to correct what we saw there. Those two in the Arizona game remember in the second half, but, yeah, The turnovers came from the pass rush last week. And it was ah lot of Drake Jackson and then the other guy Marlon to Apolo to actually forced to turn over in the backfield of fumble. But if you go and watch some of those picks, it's just the quarterback thrown off his back foot because Drake Jackson's bearing down on because drinks there and credit taught Orlando to it's a byproduct of calling those blitzes and even if they don't get home You're forcing the offense to account for those blitzes and have the offensive line, communicate every single time and that can wear down a defense. I think it was very anxious to see against Utah how they were using both linebacker was very clear. Cut rolls. Railing go forth was more of the coverage Linebacker when USC blitzed and Kanai Maoga there you can tell. They're just tell them. Hey. Go get the quarterback Rush the passer, use his physicality. Tonto get a rush on the quarterback and those two different roles between both linebackers. I think I like the strategy there because I think it plays to their strong suits. And don't don't forget about Hunter Eccles, Man he's been getting after. I agree. It's a linebacker nickname. Figueroa, too, has been in on a lot of pass rush, but but real quick on those linebackers there still banged up, Shawn, We're not sure if we're gonna see a today Raylan go forth his dealing with some issues. He was fantastic last week. Can I'm algo right now. Maybe that the mainstay of that spot? Yeah, kind. Magda and you see some Raymond Scott. He's comfortable in there. You know, he was learning position a little bit, but I think it's gonna be. It's gonna be huge yard and it's going to be used for those guys have a big game because you saw how much better the defense played when their linebackers step up the level of play. No doubt. No doubt Kanai mouth just right from the start, just added a level of physicality we had not seen from the U. S defense. Up Until that point this season..
"kanai" Discussed on The Wellthier Together Podcast
"Was not to ask kanai but ask. May i insist teaching us the difference in the ability in having the ability to do something asking for permission and often times we know and we believe that god has the ability to do something because he is god but what happens is where our belief is hindered. It hinders our faith. And we don't trust and we don't give him permission to work in our own lives and that is that is one of the biggest things i think we can. We can flip the script on and we can say okay. I trust god that he can do this for me. And not only that he can but that he will and i am giving him permission to do. So that is. That's definitely a good memory from first grade. And it's a good distinction that she made free all and people don't really realize that when they focus on fear they're putting faith in their circumstances instead of god so your perspective should be like. Where am i putting my face. And my putting my faith in god that he's going to be with me and carry me through or my putting greater belief in that my fears and my circumstances are defined. How my life is going to go. And i think it's important. There is a verse says. Choose life you have before you life and death choose life but we still have that choice even though the strong emphasis on choose life with You know but. I think women. It's easy to focus on your circumstances because they're just around you in some some of us. We're not really good at setting good boundaries and things like that so we get overwhelmed and we just go for the first feelings that we get and like you were saying that when we don't put our faith in god we don't believe that he will do it for us it really does put us at a disadvantage and it hinders us from actually living out our purpose in that specific time or our moment and so..
"kanai" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi
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"kanai" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The fast interview. And I want to get his take on the story going to talk about right now. KFC formally known as Kentucky Fried Chicken, the legend in the chicken industry, Right? I mean, if you as a kid didn't smile from ear to ear for a week when your mom brought home a bucket of KFC. I don't even know what to do with you. Did you have that? Where you grew up. Hungry? Yeah, games. He was It was their own. Actually, Montana might were there. Any KFC is growing up near you. It wasn't even a KFC in the state. Really? Oh, So what? I only got one. Maybe when I was like 10. Yeah, no way Only I can't see when we're literally on vacation at a state we have mined. My town was late to the KFC. Yes, but that one they did come those the KFC buffet, and I've told this story before they use disposable plates, and they would buy him at the supermarket across the street. I'm the KFC like bulk, you know, so well, you just have to go up. You just have to bring your own plate and just come in the side door And you're not getting a drink because I'm not going to be a cop, but you could just eat for free. Offic. I mean, I don't condone doing when you are food insecure in high school. That's what you did, and you ate it anyway. I I I love Casey's a kid. Sadly, the one on North on Ah, how mill Road no longer exists. So it's a struggle for me to get it, But they have like the $20 Phil. Anyway, That's not the story. $20 Fill a bucket is not the story. So KFC is long time slogan has been finger looking good right before they were KFC. They were conducted right chicken. It has always been Finger licking good. And I love the fact that they haven't changed the models, right? I mean, you need to. There's no need to, but they're doing it now. They're changing because of Kobe. They're they're getting rid of trying. Yeah, because, well, I mean, it makes sense. I don't I don't think they have to do it, but they're doing it because people shouldn't be licking their fingers during the cove. It I don't think they had to change it. I'm glad they did change it. For one reason alone. Looking your fingers while eating is maybe the most disgusting thing I've ever seen. Don't take it literally. It's no but people do it literally. And it's the growth. There was a co worker here. Everyone turn off their mikes. I'm going to tell you what is his name is ready. You guys remember him so good A good friend of mine. But every meal we went to between a bite. He would lick his fingers a lot often that often it was almost like it was a nervous tic. And in a meal where there was no I mean it was the what I think. Is that using utensils and still can't remember. We didn't go to many utensil restaurants together, but I mean like ribs are guess I get people you know the software wings, maybe, but like he would eat a fry. And then lick his fingers. And I would like, try to be subtle, like, Hey, buddy. Want a napkin? No good, like it's so freaking gross. It's disgusting that our ice chips which is worse for you, so I know it's one of those weird. You. Have you had one on the right. Listen one in the traffic center. Little guy eat nice or actually licking. Um All right, I'm gonna go. I could close my eyes and not see or turn my head. So I have to see them licking their fingers. You go with that I would go with that. The ice chips. You can't get it. I mean, even if I cover my hear different, there's another coworker. Hear this before you guys were coming? We're gonna Waffle house on occasion or silver skillet. Like for breakfast. We leave the traffic center Go out. And he would use like you know, you get hash Browns of Waffle House, and he would he would use his fingers on his plate to like, push them onto the fork. And then lick his fingers after that's the toast is for well that whatever, nine Yeah, something orjust scuba. We'd like to get to the end you get to the end of the of the hash Browns Waffle house and there like there's a bunch of little scattered potatoes all over and he would use his fingers as a shovel. The shovel Mondo is It is and that he would like his fingers after he did that, like, so I'm actually they changed. I am. But I don't think that the problem is, I don't think they had to. I mean, let's let's be honest. I'm glad they did. The problem is It's not going to stop anyone from licking their dang fingers, and then they eat I Ah, and it doesn't matter who I could be eating dinner with the Queen of England. The president and they start looking there figures I'll call Mom. You're Mr President. Eating napkin? What they call the Queen Your Royal Highness, Highness Kanai offering my hanky stopped looking your damn face like pay good money to see that I would. There's there's literally no like meeting my eyes, Dad for the first time if you started licking his fingers that big dude, I got a napkin. You know you don't have to. It's such a what Maya started licking your fingers. Just brand like just started No now like now. She's She's very Proper proper like she knows my thing like the other day, and it was something there was no way you can eat this thing like quietly. I don't know, like carrot sticks or something. And she's like I'm so sorry. I just apologize like it's okay. I understand. Listen. There's there's this. There's no way Yeah, there's no way around it, but she's aware that I've got to think ahead. So there's two topics I wantto talk about with the KFC things. The first is, what are your thoughts on licking of the fingers while eating, But to me, it's a It's the most disgusting thing you could do. Literally. Perhaps the most disgusting, like, uh, so freaking gross. Second, I won't talk about company slogans. Finger looking good is an amazing slogan. It's been there for decades, one of the best company slogans of all time. Two categories to top his conversation on the KFC 40487207 51 800 WSB talk on a Twitter instagram at market and this is the marquee from show. W Travel Time is 6 45 good news on the loop. The only delay has left over in the cab right at the crash scene to divide Westmoreland Avenue exit 53. Is there loading the rest of what was a seven vehicle crash upon a record and the only other slow spotted.
"kanai" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Highest selling jersey in the game. Right now, he's the face of baseball. He's an indisputable, transcendent talent, but it's 67 You know, even though Dave Winfield was 66 and winning outside of the back issue, had a lot of healthy seasons. You just don't know how those guys unnecessarily going age now. Kanai Sierra judge playing first base when he's 34. Yeah, I could, I probably could. But his contract with the Yankees is going to be interesting, and it's not a layup. Not that not that it won't get done. It will, but the amount and the amount of years is going to be interesting. Yeah, I know it's not going to be a Bryce Harper contract. Now are any of these, you know, massive $300 million deals that we've seen because it's not happening. At least 30 You know what I mean? So mean, they could do it early. They could buy out arbitration. But who knows? If they're they're actually going to do that. But you're right, BT it's like, how do you value a guy that's physically a freak is a is a super athlete. Eyes clutch. I mean, his home runs all six of his home runs have been either tied or game winning are going ahead hit. So it Sze clutch right. That clutch gene that you can't really define. You only know it when you see it. He's got it. And so you know you want to reward him, But, you know for how long do you want to reward him? That that is a It's a tough question that the Yankees are gonna have to answer either relatively soon or two years from now. All right, 877337 66 66 Teak Interior Tiki Barber brand. It's here here on the fan. We're here all week. Sit in from Moose and Maggie. Hopefully, those guys who joined a little downtime. I just thought that would get a break. Here we come back. We'll get into the mess of the Mets. The Yankees situation which is great. Well, even squeeze a little fibs and Jamal Adams and maybe a low hockey coming up in our too. But before I forget real quick, did you see the tomato that looks like Larry Bird did see what I mean? You see that people make up the find or create the craziest candy I know. It's a kiddie. I just I was getting ready to go to break. I saw it on TV in like I mean, of course, I get a little derailed here, Mister. Mister lack of focus of a fly could buzz through the room and I could lose my train of thought. But I just saw that tomato. It's tweeted at last night. It is. It is, among the funnier thing unique things I've seen on the Internet the wall, go check it out Social media. It's all over so Our two coming up Take interior will get these calls The Mets situation. How do you remember? Cess pit is the Yankees situation? I know there's a few of you who want to get in on the whole diagram. Cole thing is, well, I'm there. And running 877337 66 66 Tiki and turning on the fan. Hey, guys, it's Maggie. What are you excited about? What? I'm excited. A big Mac Chicken.
Living A Wild Nomad Life With Uwe Allguer
"Hello Travel nerds and welcome to the extra pats travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less I'm your host Chavakacheri and joining me today as someone who is a founder through and through. He's founded a CO working space in bonds go, Bulgaria, a nomad sailing retreat, and he just started another project called wild nomad safari. I goya from while nomad safari dot. COM did I. Get that right. Awesome. You did very well Travis. I'm so happy to be on your show. Thank you so much. Thank you for joining me, and it might be the hardest pronunciation I've had. You helped me out before this I, asked you to say it I. Spelled out phonetically, so I probably won't say your last name again, but who? Else, I can say the first name I've got it going on. Thank you. Thank you for coming on and the first thing I'm gonNA. Ask You because I get asked this all the time because I like you I have ideas, and I want to do them and a lot of them I. Do and a lot of my don't do. Why so many different projects like? Why did you feel called to do so many different things? Oh Man, this is a this is a hard question, but I just love to do things and I love to do things together with people I love to you know actually I started traveling I always traveled since I'm young since I have a passport I obviously. I had this urge to go somewhere to find out. You know not to run away from something, but to go somewhere I was always drawn to fireplaces. Across the Atlantic duties. And Yeah So. Then I got to know my mom. Go friend at the time on a sailing trip, and so I got into sailing. And saving was just. It's amazing. I love saying I love being out at sea, and so forth and Yas, so I love to do different things you know, and I think adventures If you if you are on adventures, it's where life happens. You know out of the comfort zone. Many tear down walls of comfort zone is like Benue, fee your life, and when you do this like it. And you go, and you'll find out you explore. This keeps me going this your life actually yeah. I think one of the neat things about entrepreneurship. Just you know and starting different things is it gives you a similar feeling too? When you're traveling right because it's new, that's that's that's. The rush were probably after his. Yes, we like to see new places. Eat New foods, but the key is that it's something that we are not doing our regular life, and so these new projects that you're launching and trying out and starting, it's again. It's a new thing even if it's even if it's not getting out and traveling you starting a co working space is a new thing. It's something you haven't done before and I. Correct me if I'm wrong. That seems to be the draw right of just of a challenge. I think you'll like the enterpreneurs. We have a problem you know. So the thing is. We have to Shiny Object Syndrome okay, so there's something POPs up and you're like all. It looks Nice, and I think the problem with me is rather not to do things than doing things, so it's. More challenging for me not to start something, but although I think I have time and. I was working in most of my time. I worked for a corporations. Had good jobs I was well paid I was like I had a great life. Work life and it was really cool, but on the other hand you know I was wondering what is out there what I can do what I haven't done yet you know, and for whom do you go and work? You have to eight to five and you know like. It's it's the daily grind, and then you know at some point. I I asked myself. Why should I do that? And now I have the time to do different things and I laughed. I laughed to be the master of my time. I think this was always my biggest goal. To Mazda my own time. Yeah, we have a little quote or are saying that that Caitlyn and ricky who were parts of our location in the community, brought up, and and we kind of adopted it as well, and it's this idea that freedom is our currency, and so it's not saying that we don't grab the money, and we don't do businesses to make money, and we don't want to be good business people, but it's prioritizing freedom and one of those kind of people don't think about is time. Right is like we we talk about. About Oh, I wanNA make enough money, so I can have enough saved away so I can retire, or I WANNA be location independent. We hear that a lot and I talk about that a lot rate, but the other. The third part of that is the time and that's something that I think people don't prioritize enough is saying okay well, what am I if I'm working towards something and give out my time? What am I getting back and is that as valuable as having my time? Because a lot of times, the answer would be no. Yeah. Absolutely also triggers if you don't mind I want to tell a little bit of my story, so the thing is you know like the background? I did lots of stuff. Also jobwise I couldn't keep longer with the company for two years I had to. I was always drawn by our stuff anyways, but one time I thought you know like I was so disappointed by by one of my bosses. Said I'm going to create. That's for sure, but I didn't want to quit in the blue. I wanted to do something meaningful brings something meaningful to my life, and then I thought I. Want to learn a language better, and I want to work overseas and this before monster or chop search online. You know this was like. Two thousand six sexual, I can say to you, and then I was like applying like. Randomly basically to find a job overseas I talked to my friends to my travel friends, and so on support, and finally I got the job as development aid worker in Zimbabwe in southern region of Africa. So this is stockton and. So I really got the job and I went to symbolic and I so guided the project and ahead them to to do ICT to bring computers into rural areas in. Coastal Lake Kariba. And this is where I found out. I really got grounded. This see the people in Africa and you see their problems, and you see their lifestyle, and you see what they do, and these you know, somehow these really shook me in a way. It awaken me you know like. The people are happy. Their basic natural, being state of being happiness, which was completely I couldn't understand that at that time I thought pulling my leg. I. Thought They Make Fun of me. You know, but their natural state is happiness and I saw this. It was so interesting and the people are so grounded, and this is when I started more intensely traveling, and you know like and very got more grounded and looked at things. Rather on the lifestyle. Then then on. How much Kanai accumulate. Of, because this doesn't bring you any. By the end you know like when you look back on. Your Life is not what countered on your bank account what Collins is. What
"kanai" Discussed on Stayte of Mind
"Tune in on Saturday for five states show all await with their weeks Saturday. It's not Monday there no way no place it's Monday is is there an alcoholic you know. I don't have days really I gotTa know what a day and sometimes we especially when he surprises me. Well it's nearly Monday. I told you it wasn't Monday yet. GotTa be clicking Sunday here for it to be Monday. Hey there and I got another couple of hours I have to come. We gotta do something this week grow targeted for. Aw I gotTa Guess Leitch but I want to do something. Wake Sweetie squad many. I gotTa look at that computer computer thing. I've moved around. We'd lost last night. It was crazy. Everything went smooth tonight rock on Helen. Keller you know he's best various makes no sense. I've pressed it like fifty times last night. Yeah you go light light up everybody up three let me say thank you. I have to thank us from start to everybody because I didn't last night. And okay look guys. If you had any new subscribers here. Is there anyone new in the House I WANNA know. Give me another one. It's it's the first time on the show because I have a gift for you. If there are. Don't lie like Nero and Coachee you all put up a number one. I want anyone knows first time here in the state of mind with me and the Lunatic Chat Meant Darwin's meant Medicare Dr Ian. Tell me if you see a one while I get my thing out not sanitary did my notes. You've got to do this different. Say No you idiots dummies. So why would a check go home. I listen to everybody have have a good time. You're all had a good time right. We have a good time. Kanai always good time right. We have anyone that's new. I'm not doing it now. Nobody's nobody's new year old union so it's GonNa be fun. I saw so funny. Erica uh-huh homework right anybody. Anybody started mission statement at least a one bullet points on it yet. Have you lazy. fucking get your index.
"kanai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And we're back with university of Massachusetts Boston professor Chris both full and director of the U. K. organization henpecked menopause in the workplace Deborah garlic Deborah what have you heard from people in the U. K. who feel like they were discriminated against because they were going through menopause we have research that says one in four women considers leaving work as a result of that maniples experience I personally I thought that was too high when it came out in two thousand and sixteen but the stories that we hear from women ages they've got to a stage where and their symptoms are affecting them that much and that they can't cope with work on top of everything else we're gonna talk little bit about what you are doing in the U. K. to move this conversation forward but Chris in the United States particularly right now a lot of the issues that affect reproductive health and women's health are under the microscope have you seen or heard from women in the workplace who are suffering or feel like they've been discriminated against because they're going through menopause generally speaking women experience discrimination and and the experience of discrediting ation if you will because of the reproductive bodies right so across the minstrel lifespan women often experience that they have to keep their bodies if you well disciplined which of course isn't practical I mean we bring our whole selves to the workplace and of our whole selves are accommodated that we're going to be more productive on our work quality of life is going to be stronger so it's not isolated to menopause it's really the whole reproductive life span experience for women separate your organization is helping to bring these issues about menopause policies to employers what is that look like right now how do you even begin that conversation I'm AT we think in that conversation we've actually developed what we consider to be best practice broken I stations an analysis based. as with awareness getting everybody to talk about menopause open late and so many people I use a Cody fights to and they'll say the M. word dole and use any term rather than actually stay maniple so we encouraged it everybody's talk about menopause open make men and women this isn't a women's issue we do lots of education both the line managers because line managers don't know how to deal with an apples and most importantly how to support to menopausal woman I'm so we help them understand what reasonable adjustments might look like and Debra members of parliament in the U. K. have called for employers to have menopause policies let me what's really tipping the scales here. I was taking the scales is the context in the U. K. menopausal women are the fastest growing and group of workers it is covered by employment little bags age sex and disability discrimination in the U. K. and more importantly lost pumps is one thing and it will be great if we do get sent to the point where men pulls policies on the quiet legally I'm but over the last three or four years many inspirational Kanai stations have already put in place maniples awareness education support they're already educating all of that teams on manta polls not going to change the culture of the U. K. and our perception of maniples Chris are we any where near that conversation in the United States right now well I think there are conversations but it's a real contested conversation often centers around the question of leave in the context of something broader menstrual leave and that's hotly debated policy move because it can actually be regressive some argue in this sexist workplace in which were embedded because we still haven't you know crack the nut of gender inequality in the workplace was still constructs the woman worker as less reliable is less attached and so on and so while putting menstruation menopause on the map in the workplace and acknowledging the real embodied needs of all workers and not only those on the man strolled spectrum but all kinds of workers with all kinds of embodied needs well that's really positive in some ways many people worry that these kinds of accommodations might be ahead of their time because we they are forged and a site where we don't take women workers seriously compared to their male counterparts Chris bubble is a professor and chair of women's gender and sexuality studies at the university of Massachusetts Boston and double garlic is director of hand picked menopause in the workplace thank.
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