17 Burst results for "Kathleen Yeah"

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:41 min | 7 months ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It in Hong Kong? I'm Kathleen Hays and I've dug prisoner we're coming to from the Bloomberg Interactive broker studio. In New York on our and a half away from the opening of cash markets now in Tokyo, Sydney and soul, We do have a weaker dollar and a stronger yen and that looks like it's restraining the gains that you may have hope to see in the Japanese equity market. Given the move that we had in US stocks today, that's not going to be the case. I'm afraid Chicago Nikkei futures down about 200 points below where we were yesterday in cash. Take a closer look at market action in a moment right now, Kathleen and I want to look at a few of this hour's top business stories. Kathleen Yeah, here's the Here's the notification that no employee wants to read in there. Morning. Email del Technologies. Telling employees that's going to eliminate jobs this week. The hardware giant seeks to cut costs while navigating a slowing economy. Thank you. Coded. Dell has already suspended for one K matching bonuses and promotions for the fiscal year. The company declined to specify the number of job reductions. Overall, Adele had 165,000 employees as the end of January, according to recent filing Well over a J. P. Morgan. They've discovered that productivity has fallen for staff working from home. We have that story from Bloomberg's Charlie. Pellet, according to findings discussed by CEO Jamie Diamond and a private meeting with Keith Bryan Woods analysts work output was particularly affected on Mondays and Fridays. That, along with worries that remote work is no substitute for organic interaction is part of why the biggest American bank is urging more workers to return to office is over the coming weeks. JPMorgan's findings provide a data point in the debate over whether employees perform as well at the kitchen table as they do in the workplace in New York, Charlie Pellet Bloomberg Daybreak Asia Speaking of work we work is making its Brooklyn office of Elbows staff who don't want to commute into Manhattan during the pandemic, the Coworking companies that it's more than 1500, New York based employees can now choose to work out of the Brooklyn Navy Yard or two other Manhattan locations. Companies based in Manhattan, have been seeking flexible options from workers who may want to avoid public transit and stay closer to home. While covert 19 is still a threat, some banks have been considering short term offices in New York City suburbs. Well at Mizuho International, the firm his temper to move to allow all of its staff back to the Japanese banks London office during a rise in covert cases, they're the firm told workers on LY employees performing business. Critical roles can return. Normally, this firm at that facility houses about 1400 staff now. Monday was the first day The policy was applied. Previously, Mizuho had given the staff all of the stuff a choice to return, as long as the building's capacity did not exceed 50%. 33 past the hour. Now, let's get you caught up on what we are looking at in markets. We had a flurry of deal activity today. That was one of the moves behind the gains in US equities, with the NASDAQ composite rising about 1.9%, the S and P better by about 1.3 in the Dow is up about 1.2% today. We were talking earlier about Oracle and its bid for the U. S operations of TIC Tac. Well, now it's going to have to pass a U. S. National Security review that didn't stop shares in Oracle today from rising by more than 4%. Gilead Sciences, buying the cancer drug maker. Immuno medics. This's a $21 billion deal. Immuno Medic shares today. Rallying 98%. Can you believe that one day 98% Gilly a chairs up more than 2.2%? No, You're not allowed to trade stock Cat Lance, right, but I wish that's when I had quote unquote invested in well, let's find out more now about global news. We're going to Ed Baxter in the San Francisco 9 60 newsroom, taking a look at the UK House of Commons backing Boris Johnson's plan to change the U Brexit deal. Wow, this is still an astonishing story. I think, Ed Baxter, what's going on? Yeah, And you know, at the end of next month, we're talking about Brexit and the you now says that it looks like it's going to be hard. It'll go to the next stage of Parliament. This vote today on Boris Johnson's play on Prime minister says the bills intention is to keep the UK together and to protect its integrity. What we were simply seeking to do is to ensure this country to protect this country against the years proven willingness and that's the crucial point. To use this delicately balanced protocol in ways.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Did you get to a point where you able you were able to look like a I don't know it's kind of like how I opened the first big shot you just do you know you just just do because what's your choice were you better for you just I mean because I can imagine I would be right where you just like seizing I don't know thank bitter I don't that's not that's not my nature either I was angry yeah but I didn't have a choice but to start again and do what I knew that's how I did it so you you decide that you were going to your every concert to this business and by the way keep your held in place yes and so what what were you gonna call Tate's bake shop and how did that what what are the name come from takes it was my dad's name was it pretty clear to you pretty soon after the launch tapes that you know this wasn't just about survival mode that this could actually grow this could actually get bigger than than Kathleen's yes because that was my plan but how are you going to do that because you know food companies do the big guys right the General Mills Kellogg's and I mean they they have a huge distribution networks they decide what goes on the supermarket shelves where were you guys negotiating and and getting big companies to pay attention to you and to continue agreed to distribute and put your stuff on their shelves well that took time I mean first of all we started with first we had our own trucks and we went for small guys with like ten to twelve SKUs and then we would strategically take areas of the United States that we were going to go sell to start to build our foundation with upscale gourmet shops so as you were kind of re branding and.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"Hope you're enjoying this podcast and sorry for the brief interruption. Kakinada not only produces the AI podcast that you're listening to right now but we also generate research and advisory to help companies make sense of cognitive technologies. We also run the most authoritative vendor neutral. Ai and machine she learning training and certification on the market. If you're looking to make ai reality for your organization are a three-day cog. Lick training is for you. If you're interested in attending you confined pricing and registration on our website at cognreznick dot com. We'll also provide a link in the show notes. We've met many of our podcast listeners in our classes and we hope that we'll see are you there. As well now back to the podcast or of intelligent automation organizations need to combine technologies and approaches together in a seamless manner to can you share share with us some examples where and other approaches have been used together to help automate routine operations and really help increase it up that ladder of intelligent ignition question. Kathleen our software is built to work with just about any system and we have a lot of partners we built to work specifically alongside in fact we have an online store of prebuilt spots that organized the applications they are designed to work with like Microsoft Office. SAP Oracle for example. I would say one really cutting edge example of intelligent. RPA paired with a technology partner is automation anyways. I Q bots. Let's combined with data robot. Though this pairing works is let's take an example a company who may be submitting a claim to the government could be a contractor could be a beneficiary could be a medicare provider. Take your first step and automation anywhere. Digital worker are collects that submission and sorts the data into the highly organized flexible format Deccan step that data's fed into the data robot machine learning Latte form which is designed to automatically train the model or produce a prediction for example. The model might flag certain transaction is high risk potentially fraudulent three that prediction would be Ben. Fed back into the I q dot to take action on that information by doing whatever task is necessary for example Learning Special Investigations Unit to take a closer look the client the more transactions you run through the system. The more accurately detects fraud and saves taxpayer money and the government really needs to get better at preventing fraud. Did you know since two thousand four government has accumulated one point three trillion and improper payments. I like to see this as an example of how the bots are getting smarter every day which results in the human worker gaining more and more time to creative analytical Oughta work. They were generally higher to perform yeah. I think that's really intriguing. I think that's for us. The most intriguing being benefit of this technology that's being used in the public sector is that governments are supposed to serve the constituents and citizens and supposed to be affecting affecting a lot of very necessary things organization but of course we have systems that are very paper bound and document bound and people bound process bound and of course that does prevent these organizations comes from not just serving an increasingly larger community but doing broader things in a world that doesn't slow down at all those news all the Times news today. That's causing the markets to go crazy. Sorry things got a response so what are you seeing some of the most interesting use cases so far with governments adoption of our sort of like some of these interesting ways in in which RPA's helping in the public sector already several successful implementations have emerged one government health agency for instance tapped RPA to automate thirty thirty four processes that improve data quality over a hundred thousand records which equals thirteen thousand five hundred manual labor hours save per year bring up employees to focus on strategic tasks a couple of interesting things here I this agency is using bots on their back office systems which is a traditional use case as well as using them on frontline mission processes or one of their sub-organizations is using bots to identify linkages between older and new drugs drugs second item here is I point out. This customer ramped up to ninety five bought within five months of launch which seeks to their ability to scale quickly and realize it's near term benefits. Another customer of note is a legislative one who is deploying. RPA bots powered by artificial intelligence process hundreds of forms related. It's a judicial actions which are generated from emails online submissions backs missions and snail mail. You can imagine how much manual effort they have to do to sort all that together and put it in one cohesive place but bots are helping them do it much more simply and much more quickly. Yeah those are some really okay. Great use cases and you know every agency and department has their own journey and they're all at different stages so for agencies that are very new in this journey and are just just looking to get started with intelligent automation. What are some of the do's and don'ts and lessons learned that they should take into consideration. I would start with say begin with the end in mind. It's great to explore shallow end of the pool with a trial set a box but if you stall out and just a handful of bots that automate a simple task or two. It's really hard to call success so when you're thinking about scaling to hundreds or thousands of the industry leaders have done. You really need to keep three things in mind. I is a system easy enough for business users to deploy think about if each time you want to build a bottle even tweet one if the business user has to wait in a queue for a programmer progress us slows to a crawl the key scaling is a user friendly intuitive environment where business user can build her own boss automate tasks. She does every day every month. Every quarter issue is do you have a good governance structure to avoid bought sprawl decisions need to accommodate large numbers of Bots in order to achieve efficiencies as well as making sure that bots are believed allies danger is that without an enterprise view to programmers are likely to be building similar box in two different corners of a department wasting testing time and money third and this is really important for the government. Make sure you have a product that meets all the security standards required to operate safely on a government network. Nothing it'll get you in more trouble than to have a security violations and today we've had no hacks of any significance or of any time. That's that's great. That's really important you know because that's the last thing that I think people want to make sure that these systems are not safe and secure and make sure that you're you're using them effectively. You know we always say start small think big iterating often and so you know you're right. You don't want to just one or two bots to replace one or two two manual tasks while that's great and can save a little bit of time in the end. Is it really the looking for the efficiencies and improvements that you want yeah I think part tired of this thinking big starting small and thinking big is also thinking about that angle is that start with the end in mind and SORTA work towards that end and not think in terms of these additives which is absolutely true and you can think about that even broader to like we'll where people heading these cognitive technologies and with artificial intelligence which itself can be applied to a wide range of things so I would love to hear from you what you I believe the future of a is and in general and its application to corporations public sector agencies and beyond the former transportation department research and development official. I was lucky enough to see some cutting edge research around driverless cars and I'm really excited about when that comes to light. There's benefits in terms of safety productivity convenience environmental imagine a car that you can trust. Dr Itself to run to the store for milk or pick your kid up and soccer practice. What a huge time inconvenience savings. It'll help boost national productivity safety wise we have nearly forty thousand highway deaths every year and the vast majority order caused by human error mainly speeding and drinking but cell phones are not helping the matter expect these cars would be environmentally friendly so that should get environmentalists excited. Harking won't be an issue. We're making our way toward this with ways. I no longer really know which direction I'm going. I just blindly follow the voice commands and when the day comes that's what I can take a nap in the back seat. I won't even have to listen to that anymore. You know that's great. I'm really excited for autonomous cars as well. We because I don't love to try and so I think man. How could I be spending this twenty minutes that I'm driving here doing something else optimistic. We've we've made the commute on the beltway anytime soon. It's a dream optimistic that the twenty minutes well depends on where I'm going but yeah those were some really great. You know examples of what we have to. I look forward to in the future with an. Ai Enabled Future and actually we've talked about in AI enabled vision of the future and autonomous everything is one part of that vision and also for those of you who are our listeners we talk about this pattern with therapy and process automation intelligence automation is part of one of his seven patterns of Ai so we'll link that in our show now we talk about at that in what's called the autonomous pattern the sort of the goal of the autonomous pattern for our listeners that may not be familiar with our seven patterns to reduce the need for the human in the loop to basically basically make the thing happen that doesn't mean eliminate the human it just means. We're just the need for the human to basically be non-emissive eventually be right eventually but that's not that's sort of the pattern is is to basically build those systems that don't require the human in the loop so this fells into that how do we talk about this in terms of intelligent automation cognitive automation so definitely look through through our research for that and through other podcast that we have on this subject so Keith. You've been an amazing gas. You provided some really great insight into what's happening. Especially within public sector and you're amazing experience experience has been there done that and I guess still Glenn for punishment because you're still doing it so a Keith really want to thank you so much for joining us on this podcast. We really appreciate your participation appreciate Ron. Thanks Kathleen Yeah. Thanks so much for joining us today and listeners as always will post any articles and concepts discussed in the show notes. 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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And with that. I must say that you, sir. Under historic scrutiny were proven innocent. Thank you. Dignified indecent. What does that yelling background Whitney? She's not there. She wasn't there. He was nine back there. And I don't know. I just I loved reading about the fact that in Kevin starts today. Like he's going and he's going to meet the Justice. Yeah. Today here in some case like he has already thrown right in earning that paycheck, and he has hired four law clerks all of whom are women. Yeah. We heard we heard about that when he was going through this whole craziness. He was talking about that. He was talking about how he would be the first to hire all women. And I mean meeting the Kathleen. Yeah. He's doing that. He's doing that. And I'm sure that liberals will find some reason to say that that's not. Okay. That's not a good thing. But I would be really curious to know how they would spin that because he's a person who has given and continues to give women massive opportunities. And that is awesome. And they can't spin it in the way, they can't say, well, he's doing that. Now to appease people because he was doing that before all this even went down. That's right. So this is something that he he this is who he was necessarily is. Yeah. So get over it. Yes. I hate to switch gears in this way. But we need to talk about stormy Daniel why?.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Back in nineteen ninety seven i hit a dream that i was at a farmhouse and a doctor a woman doctor she was doing pat test army and she told me you got cancer more gosh and i was like what and so when i woke up i thought i gotta get to the doctor sure enough i had stage four cervical cancer vicky it did say my life i always pay attention tonight you're going to have to send an email to dr burke in the end kathleen yeah it was pretty amazing wow great i'm glad you're still with us on the same issue did fifteen years ago i look the same to yards you thanks for calling hope to see you soon brings back great memories from those days i was doing just the local show you two in saint louis and now i got spotted to fill in for art bell who just passed away tragedy we're going to do a tribute to him on thursday by the way devote the whole showed him but these dreams are our mazing now does anybody ever kathleen talk about a a a woman and angelic woman who comes and helps that always seems to be you know a a monk or somebody in a robe or something like that or a guy no i think there are definitely women that that comment help other women and dreams and sometimes it's just voices or it could be a woman's voice often it's a woman's voice so you know and and actually one of the dreamers in the book had animals i mean this dreamer had a dream where a bluebird came down hecht his nose grabbed the worm a worm in his nose pulled it out and blew away i mean it was it was an amazing dream and then an eagle came down and basically pooped in his nose and the home his nose in it it closed up and everything was great so he went to the doctor if he found out that he had cancer in his son says so you know it doesn't always have to be a monk it can be a bird my mother doesn't like birds that that try to get in your house she always thought that was death interesting customs larry what do you think of that george c we do have one story in.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Do just natural healing and he's still with us today he healed himself so you know it kind of depends on the people and what the goal is is the goal to maybe teach the doctors or is the goal to have your story that you can do natural healing go into a book so that other people can choose what kind of healing will fit them vicky in saint louis hi vicky go ahead yards spent a while it is he's an old listener of my saint louis nighthawk show i got some pretty amazing the show you i hope i get to run into you real soon i'll be back there in a couple of months anyway i was gonna tell us about how dreams are so fantastic i always pay attention to him back in nineteen ninety seven i hit a dream that i was at a farmhouse and a doctor a woman doctor she was doing a pap test armenian she told me you got cancer and i was like what so when i woke up i thought i gotta get to the doctor sure enough i had stage four cervical cancer vicky it did say my life i always pay attention to my grades you're gonna have to send an email to dr burke in the end kathleen yeah it was pretty amazing wow great well i'm glad you're still with us.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Back in nineteen ninety seven i hit a dream that i was at a farmhouse and a doctor a woman doctor she was doing pat test army and she told me you got cancer and i was like what and so when i woke up i thought i gotta get to the doctor sure enough i had stage four cervical cancer let's say my life i always pay attention to my dreams you're gonna have to send an email to dr mark in the end kathleen yeah it was pretty amazing wow great well i'm glad you're still with us on the same issue did fifteen years ago i look the same to yards thanks for calling hope to see you soon brings back great memories from those days i was doing just the local show you two in saint louis and i got spotted to fill in for bell who just passed away tragedy we're going to do a tribute to him on thursday by the way devote the whole show to him but these dreams are are amazing now does anybody ever kathleen talk about a a a woman and djelic woman who comes and helps that always seems to be a a monk or somebody in a robe or something like that or a guy no i think there are definitely women that that comment help other women and dreams and sometimes it's just voices or it could be a woman's voice often it's a woman's voice so you know and and actually one of the dreamers in the book had animals i mean this dreamer had a dream where a bluebird came down packed his nose grabbed the worm a worm in his nose pulled it out and lou away i mean it was it was an amazing dream and then an eagle came down and basically pooped in his nose and the whole in his nose and it it closed up and everything was great so he went to the doctor and if he found out that he had cancer in his sinuses so you know it doesn't always have to be a monk it can be a bird my mother doesn't like birds that that try to get in your house you always thought that was death interesting customs larry what do you think of that george c we do have one story in.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on Z100

Z100

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on Z100

"Drunk and i can't i don't even want to say one more thing if it's a little embarrassing do you really want to say this i think you should they were playing one hundred on the radio station at the pizza place and i said by the way thank you for plagues even hundred do you know that i am web girl kathleen scary scary shamed of myself i'm a radio person they were like okay okay so do me a favor all of the above is great i'm glad you went out and had a good time please tell them they work at light fm sorry for him and i walked by this piece of place every day i'm so embarrassed to have to like shade by face when i walk by now shoutout to tornadoes pizza from talbot for putting up with my behavior this weekend please don't say their name with replace another call there's going to be a connection again just leave it alone sorry i am so i've had drinks with kathleen yeah in her husband neil remember we were in what foreign country in mexico like bloody marys at nine thirty in the morning we had the best bloody marys this not what's the most embarrassing thing you did this weekend no throwing i wish i had after throwing up dana nothing embarrassing this weekend i mean one of my kids started acting up and you know he he got in trouble he had a fight with his brother so he got in trouble and he wasn't happy that he got in trouble so he started crying at the baseball game and everybody was like what's the matter and i had to explain to everybody he got in trouble he's not happy so someone's texting you wanna call them they sit next to you grand van yes hi dolphins okay so four or five how many of you were there there were four or five between four or five bottles so your name is allison yeah but there was a little like photo session going on in the one ever friends yeah some people would find that embarrassing it with somebody will find it that sounds like fun the morning show.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And as well as the iranians outside is well entrenched in power in in the western part of syria so i you know it's it's hopefully this will deter future chemical weapons used but what it will unlikely deter is continued attacks on syrian civilians through conventional means and so from that perspective it will not quite a star after the killing in syria unfortunately russian troops and facilities have we assume quite deliberately not being targeted they'd been avoided is esscalation likely given the russians threat to respond well i think it's you know i think it's affected that the russians would respond with tuck rhetoric given their strong backing of the awesome regime and and and try to dissuade this type of military attack but the united states made it very clear both in the president's statement as well as the department defense the pentagon briefing on that the coalition was not deliberately targeting russian forces very clearly as stated both in their targeting and there signaling that they were going after syrian military assets and that they were working with the russians on deconfliction and that's really important because there was very much concern in the in certain circles of this escalating to a broader war with the russians clearly that's not something the pentagon wanted and it seems they had the upper hand in this in this instance would certainly continues on the late last night president trump was warning russia and iran pick their friends and enemies kathleen yeah absolutely i think you know again no surprise there that the president would would you strong words against both the russian and iran iranian backers of the regime but very little action to follow up with those statements so again the the targeting was very specifically focused on syrian assets there's gonna continue to be concerned about iranian presence in the country particularly from the israelis i think a lot of our regional allies will still be asking what is the united states really doing in practice to really push back iranian influence in that country and and probably for good reasons the united states is limiting its objectives and it really is very clear this attack was focused specifically on chemical weapons not on an overall strategy to either visavis iran or toward ending the civil war in syria what president trump is doing is likely to be politically popular at home how into are americans in what's happening well.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The rest of the week one starting quarterbacks in the nfc riots race on projections with trades and free agency and we're not we're not even talking about the potential injury were just not going there so we'll have the nfc we did the afc today and there were some stunners are definitely worse than standards you had died in the first couple of exit you at three rookie starting quarterbacks yet we did in the lineup so we'll see what happens in the nfc will also talk more about the combine as we are getting about ready full swing for that combine and all the all the jobs that are out there plus will have still got is with us and todd shea and just if nothing else today we want you to know that we all i got eight i guess any good morning welcome in on espn with thousand was great jordan cornet i'm david kathleen yeah he is he's back ladies and gentlemen good to be back good guy i must sank the next three weeks latta who police we got you here we're doing the show from spring training that i was in london for four days and it was sick praise i want to hear all about it when the show gets cracking but how much each syndicate bekenibeu i was reading like after one one day i have rugged time it was amazing and i'll be can play all a dolphin sound you want soccer at that level is amazingly cool any wow so is a good experience it menu it was amazing we'll get in all that jd joins us from india at the indianapolis combine nagy's press conference i will try and turnaround some ryan pace jesse from the desert and tom waddell blesses us with his presence at eleven thirty two water wednesday crossed out with carmen jerk at eleven.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on 790 KABC

"From cafe alistair winfrey yeah no doubt anyway we'll talk to duck drew about that later on in the hour but first there's been a a surge in flu cases that have been keeping southern california hospitals very busy held officials are saying the flu outbreak is the worst they've seen in fifteen years nazis the flu these are like almost eur almost at death's door there was a young other guy with four kids and his wife inch he was like oh i feel ache he i don't feel right and she said wool go to lie down he liked down for two days finally need to go the emergency room and his whole renal system was shutting down and she said we didn't get flu shot sincere he was completely he's on death store right now and he's he's like in his forties apparently nobody's getting flu shot because they're not very effective that's what i've heard on my friend got one today she sixty four kathleen yes she said you know what i did it i i wha wha how the do the kolomanski me whatever the heck that is and i feel i thought will give you the flu shot and i said how you feel she goes fine but i thought when you've got the flu shot you sort of feel sick because it gives you the flu symptoms and i think that old wives all okay now the you should the doctor to k a b c back with disneyowned us okay and they would do the flu shot at the office but it wasn't a shot it was the greatest thing i've ever seen or online at higher lows no has had a gun like it looked like a glove gunboat yeah and they put it next to your arm yeah and they pull the trigger pull the trigger and it just went yep and it shot this serum at your at your arm so fast that had penetrated your skin and went into your blood system and you felt nothing that's fantastic yeah well you know i up out pretty fast dr drew i do the he'll dot com and they'll company door.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Battle in the news staff accommodated that down to me when you go gregory goo goo ga ga good boom boom boom boom gray john when you live she goes to bed down the guest dan word around things he kinda buzz buzz now uh uh burma's louis bullets at the club down a tenth of a manned on opening if you bought the villa better jobs maybe bill bill woman tangos down with john lewis chip that company gedeon upi billion grappling you can gain some me zone guujaw hands gonna his ring that count them me baby no that'll from used i had a promise to that down to me yeah yeah yeah kathleen yes nah then gus gyp that governs the begun yet long girl was ju that red me your egger god girl cohosted dead davlenie gay 27 kiss up ram and now it's not roads his dear ryan insists any here's the public service of ryan throws my husband and our old son went to disneyland got a few days later my son told me that they bumped into daddy's friend and her daughter the theme.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"A firm focus on what's happening in madrid good morning everybody i'm guy jones who we take you there and just a moment let's talk a little bit about where the markets of this morning generally to be honest i think would just waiting for the payroll statesa markets are going nowhere to art market is going somewhere in a hurry is the eye banks which is down six tenths of one selling in the spanish bull market this one expreso wiping out once again elsewhere to be honest equity markets on doing much footsie100 starting back above seventy five with seventy five seventy borneo by onetenth of what was said the bank's trading just shy of thirteen thousand twelve thousand nine hundred seventy seven s p v features absolutely the blue book critics is getting a little bit actually we are up by onetenth of 1 percent where it's coming session highs on the beleaguered index you a dollar trading 116 suggested a low that one t level as we await the dates were out of the you out of the united states nikkeis in focus the cable rates on thirty 74 just discussing british politics and this plan by growing ships the fortune of conservative party to oust theresa may the a give you a little bit more against the yen one thirteen is what would trading politics again a theme the year 236 the german 10year yield two point four eight now guy spanish lens will shift its had cool after kathleen yeah and the bigger rival bank is said to be considering a similar move when he bought meets today this raises the stakes after last sunday's independence referendum the drugmaker always genome x was the first listed companies to announce its leaving kathleen yeah this week is chairman and ceo connah's quay set told that day by us car caroline heck amok has celts and that the decision was taken to guarantee the firm remains in the european union volume the key to avoid any ambiguity we were on that he seemed to be put into bed into this looking to our aim now fully were unknown or or maybe in the future that was the ozone chairman nca caught us let's go to barcelona now we find bloomberg's reporter maria today owes standing by the banks kaisha dow took you are moving their headquarters how has changed since cement.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to the savage nation we're following the story of uh the old muslim who drove a van into the barcelona crowd killing twelve and injuring over eighty a by this evening on msnbc it will be trump drives van into barcelona crowd or attacker copy trump and drove a van for the barcelona crowd killing twelve and injuring eighty that'll be by tonight i mean there's only so much trump bashing they can do not how they going to shift gears all of a sudden and talk about muslims tonight they can't do that so i'm sure that uh those on cable news are gonna have to stick to the script it was written for them by the bolsheviks in a back room taxi drivers van at the barcelona crowd recalling the attack renault muslim because we don't want to smear an entire great religion of peace so it's an all too slow i must 101 a slow must would be a radical so we could say an old is a follower of a slump that's too many words would ask three all moslem all two muslim because the word altus now being used every all right all left all aboard let's take some calls on the savage nation uh wabc kathleen line six go ahead please get afternoon mike it's a real pleasure to talk to you i'm digress for a minute it's a good thing you're on the west coast and you're mary because i am fell in love with you that i would've a great way to review you were right here in my backyard idaho that so that so that's so provocative kathleen yeah yeah i know it is but i waited a long time but i i you of the right eight how old yo you over the over the legal age or you over eighteen ira five in july so i got scared for a minute a guy thought it was a stalker who was a uh so what's what's on your mind what i wonder mike up and none of that happened uh out of a vacuum part of the long mark that culture a mock talked about for a long long time i know come on your using words i've used over and over and over and over and others are yussopo give his el athlete give me kathleen can be something new give me some new grist okay what accu there we know.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Welcome back to the savage nation we're following the story of the old moslem who drove a van and through the barcelona crowd killing twelve and injuring over eighty by this evening on msnbc it will be trump drives van inter barcelona crowd or attacker copy trump and drove a van into the barcelona crowd killing twelve and injuring eighty that'll be by tonight i mean there's only so much trump bashing they can do not how they're going to shift gears all of a sudden and talk about muslims tonight they can't do that so i'm sure that those on cable news are going to have to stick to the script it was written for them by the bolsheviks in the back room taxi drivers van at the barcelona crown recalling the attack renault muslim because we don't want to smear an entire great religion of peace so it's an all too slama 101 a slam would be a radical so we could see an old is a follower of islam that's too many words would ask three all moslem all muslim because the word altus now being used every all right or left all aboard let's take some calls on the savage nation wabc kathleen line six go ahead please get afternoon mike it's a real pleasure to talk to you i'm ready digress for a minute it's a good thing you're on the west coast and you're married because i am fell in love with you that i would've a great way to do if you were right here in my backyard idaho that so that so that's so provocative kathleen yeah i know it is but i waited a long time women i i you of the right eight how old yo you over the over the legal age or you over eighteen ira fifty five in july so i got scared for a minute ago i thought it was a stalker who was a uh i said what's what's on your mind well here's what i wanted to say mike uh none of this happened out of a vacuum uh there is part of the long march that cultural mark talked about for a long long time i know come on you using words i've used over and over and over and over.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"But that to me as the place that you should not be skimping in your business what do you think kathleen yeah i totally agree the free versions doolan on give you what you need two segment and automate the way you should on the thing about the free version as it doesn't even have those options so you don't even know what the potential is there not even available to you on on the dashboard so yeah i think some started will love you know ten fifteen twenty dollars a month and yeah i think it's one of the best investments that you can make for marketing your business and i don't think it's optional right i definitely we have to invest in our businesses and yes we all made huge investments to become certified but that's not wear it stops there are weekly month i shouldn't say weekly monthly business expense says that are required for us to be in business it's just part of you know the doing business business model we have to have some things that make our lives easier make the lives of our ideal clients better and this is one of them so that you have automation this is the first place you should be automating in your business this is more important than you know automating your social media pollster any other type of automation this is the most important because once you automate like i said you your clients for these new email subscribers fuel lake make hash she's in contact with b you know every day and this is so great in these resources are so valuable like what all the list that i've got nod for free dairy brie right that has become so valuable to me and i wait and see like okay what i know they're automated what autoresponder my going to get today it's exciting.

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"kathleen yeah" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"kathleen yeah" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Now you sudden we are empowered with a way to reach that ideal client agree kathleen yeah completely in the way you communicate your message the things that you're posting are really going to resonate with those people so much more so instead of your acid being very general where you're feeling like you're trying to appeal to everybody you're really going to attract the tension of those specific people that's what makes such a huge debts sincesoi think we would be a at doing everyone favor if we didn't approach the hear that a lot what of wellknow this is ness owners have around making a declaration like best because they feel like if they need down too much that they are going to miss out on a potential client so what were jeered thoughts be around uh why they should not fear making this declaration yeahi think everybody does feel this way because it feels very counterintuitive right instead of going well i can help everybody anybody to gosh ami really going to restrict myself that much for example if i think an really easy way to niche down is if you if you're really not sure and this is really frustrating confusing for you is tipped pack am a line of work or career whether it's teachers attorneys on real estate agents but can you imagine becoming the goto person in that field you can attend any of their events and seminars may be set up some sort of boo.

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