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Why You Should Promise Less To Make More

The $100 MBA Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Why You Should Promise Less To Make More

"We all heard the saying under promise over deliver now. I don't actually agree with that statement because under promising sounds like you're holding back purposely so you can overdeliver. There are too many coaches out there. That are promising. I'm gonna get you to seven eight figures there's too many software platforms out there. That are saying it's going to do everything for you including making breakfast every day. Every answer to the cue's is yes. Yes yes we can do this too many online courses or her saying that we cover everything under the sun. This is really dangerous. And it's for several reasons number one when your product when your offer when your course when you're coaching says it does so many things. Most customers read that as these are all the things i have to do. These are all the things. I have to learn. These are all the things. I have to utilize the software. And it's actually a turnoff. It actually turns away customers because it becomes overwhelming. You think. hey i wanna give more value. I wanna give them so many things. I want to show them all the things they can do. But that's not how we function human beings. We love small promises. We love very focused value. Think of your favorite restaurant okay. One of my favorite restaurants is a japanese place. Okay it's a little is a kaya joint that's really really delicious. they do. Little is a kaya. You know a type of platters and they do rahman and they're really focused on kind of japanese street food and i love them because our menus very very limited. I go there for the delicious food. The atmosphere is just simple and fun. Rarely is your favorite restaurant. The place that serves a japanese food. Chinese food italian burgers steaks seafood indian food. No that's overwhelming and it's very rare to do everything. Well

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Atlanta-based CDC chief warns U.S. headed for ‘impending doom’ as Covid cases surge

Atlanta's Morning News

00:42 sec | Last week

Atlanta-based CDC chief warns U.S. headed for ‘impending doom’ as Covid cases surge

"Here's Marcie Williams and John Take Above of Rising Covert cases have the head of the Atlanta based CDC worried about impending doom. DOUBLE DSPs Bill Kaya Geo reports live. Recent trends suggest there may be another surge of the U. S death toll now tops 550,000 and President Biden says it appears people are letting down. Their guard is not the time to celebrate Spring. Coming next week in Georgia. More than a million passengers have been screened US airports for 17 straight days, infectious disease expert Dr William Shafter says With more people out and about it's critical to increase vaccinations. More likely it is that we can blunt any surge that's already starting up. The president says 90% of all Americans will be

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"Kaia Rolle Act" bill moving in the Florida senate

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | Last month

"Kaia Rolle Act" bill moving in the Florida senate

"Led to a proposed restrictions on what police conducive with young Children. The Kaya Roll Act, which bans police from arresting kids under the age of seven. Advancing in the Florida Senate. Kaya was arrested at school back in 2019, her grandmother says. Her grades have since dropped, and she suffers from PTSD. Try up best to see that no other child No other family goes through. What tire myself My daughter. Hi. His mom on our family has gone through bill sponsor, Democratic Senator Randolph Bracy is calling the legislation common sense. Adding, there's rarely a

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Biden Imposes Sanctions on Generals Who Engineered Myanmar Coup

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:12 min | 2 months ago

Biden Imposes Sanctions on Generals Who Engineered Myanmar Coup

"At russian protests. Plenty of people holding up gold painted toilet. Brushes luxuriant lose can tell you a lot about despotic leaders. So we head into the smallest rooms from history but i for the sixth consecutive day across me on mar. Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets. They've been demonstrating since the military seized power last week. Overthrowing the elected government of aung san suu achieve. The army has claimed without evidence that an election in november one by miss sushi's party was fraudulent cinema. Today you've got. Where do ya on monday. The top military commander now in charge me. An online made his first televised address since the coup. He restated pledge to hold elections after year long state of emergency and he tried to reassure the public and investors that his interim government would be different from the oppressive That ran the country for nearly half a century. But america said yesterday it will impose fresh sanctions in response to the coup. I've approved a new executive order enabling us to sanction the military leaders who directed the coup their business interests as well as close family members and myanmar's biggest protest movement in a generation isn't backing down every night since the army toppled me and mars civilian government on february. First people all over. The country have banged their pots and pans at atm. This is an old ritual to cast out evil spirits which has morphed into a protest. Totally mccann are southeast. Asia correspondent. Many of these demonstrations have the air of carnival yesterday about one hundred young women paraded around downtown gone wearing disney princess outfits because they wanted to make the point that it wasn't just grownups who are angry about the coup. It's also girls. Their age and the streets are flooded with red balloons. Red being the color of aung san suu cheese national league for democracy party then lt in fact if you look at pictures today you won't see that many red balloons anymore. Because they've all sold out and how has the military reacted to all these protests. What's changed since we spoke just over a week ago when the protests hadn't started but there was clearly discontent about the coup. The army is trying to put a stop to these protests on monday. It's ian named true news. Information team issued a statement saying that action would be taken against wrongdoers who disrupt the state stability true to their word in cities across the country. Police are lobbing tear gas into crowds firing water cannon in mandalay me and mars second city. The police tried to disperse a crowd by beating them with truncheons and police are also firing rubber bullets. Three protesters are now being treated for wounds from bullets. And two people in the capital naypyidaw were shot with what seems to have been live ammunition and so as the military response ramps up our people frightened of what might happen if they continue to take the streets. Yeah i mean despite the carnival ask air of some of these protests. There is a deep sense of foreboding. Military rule only ended ten years ago so people remember how the previous junta crush dissent huge rallies took place nine hundred eighty eight and two thousand and seven and the army responded by shooting into crowds of protesters killing hundreds of people so protesters today are right to be worried. And they're alive. The fact that the military regime is up to his old tricks again. Agents from feared intelligence service or knocking on doors driving many activists and journalists into hiding at least two hundred people have arrested and on monday ninety districts including in the largest city and the capital impose curfews and restricted gatherings to no more than five people effectively criminalizing public assembly and last night the draft of new cybersecurity law. The government wants to pass was leaked. This would give regime sweeping powers to control the internet and effectively end free speech online so given all of those risks. Who is it that that's daring to go out into the streets. It is people from all walks of life. Teenagers labor's professionals. Lots of people are on strike teachers. Firefighters and health workers government workers are resigning en masse among them the entirety of the ministry of welfare. We saw extraordinary scenes on tuesday. The handful of officers in the police force actually broke ranks and join the protesters extraordinary because the police under the command of the army. So it's very unusual for them to be doing this and joining them yesterday. Where nearly fifty police officers from kaya state who declared their opposition to the coup. And what does it they all want. Of course they to reverse the coup they want to restore democracy and they want the release of their hero. Aung san suu cheap as well as other members of her nationally for democracy party who also been detained and do you think there's a chance that with all of this unrest who might backfire on the general's not just the response of people i suppose but also international response. It certainly hasn't been the fate of they expected. Mass resignations. i mentioned are roiling. the bureaucracy and form businesses are exiting the country so analysts saying it's going to be very difficult to see how they got some kind of status quo ante and younger generations are not going to back down easily. They're educated than they were a decade ago more organized and much more connected because of the arrival of the internet about a decade ago us leaders demands are hardening. They're talking about ending army rule altogether and scrapping the constitution which the generals wrote some activists. I interviewed said that if non violent protests fail they are bent on taking weapons and fighting when it comes to the international community in america. President joe biden said yesterday that he had approved an executive order that will pave the way for new. us sanctions. We will identify first round of targets this week. And we're also going to impose strong exports controls we're freezing. Us assets that benefit the burmese government while maintaining our support for healthcare civil society groups and other areas that benefit the people of burma directly but will these sanctions do much. Do you think. Joe biden has staked his foreign policy on reinvigorating democracy around the world. And that's why he's so keen throughout these sanctions but they are unlikely to convince the generals to change course just two years ago and nineteen the commander in chief minister lying and three other generals had sanctions placed on them by the us they proceeded with their coup. Anyway they're used to being isolated by the world and i just don't think that america's sanctions are going to convince them to change course. I feel that this conflict from the protest was in the army may be coming to ahead. The commander in chief is a deeply proud man and he will not stand by as the institution to which is dedicated to his career is humiliated by protesters and disney princess outfits at the same time. The protesters are digging in their heels. I think it's become clear that over the last week there's no returning to the quasi democracy at me and mom -joyed of the last decade either. The army cracks down and it's returned to the battle. Days of military rule or a new political system is going to emerge from the rooms of the old one. My fear is that the former scenario seems much will likely the ladder.

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What Women Think About Valentine's Day

the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

06:00 min | 2 months ago

What Women Think About Valentine's Day

"Men tend to look at valentine's day as a second birthday for women. I mean we know there were supposed to use the date to focus on intimacy in closeness but a lot of us think that it's also an obligation to make her look good in front of her friend co workers as well because you don't send flowers to her job if you want to wait and see what happens if you do that. And i'm sure there are a lot of guys who are thankful that ladies are working from home after valentine's day this year at least a lot of them are as opposed to previous years. However that's kind of our mindset towards the holiday. So eric i'll start with you. I be real. Is valentine's day holiday for women i mean. Do you feel like it's your queen for a day type of holiday for you for me particularly. I've never really been big on valentine's day because the men in my life have not been the kind of men who were who put a lot of thought into it they just go into walgreen's get some candy. Get a teddy bear in bringing home like millions of women all over the world. Have this same teddy bear insane candy and really didn't put thought into it because if you did you would know. I don't even like teddy bears so it's not a big day for me. What kaya what do you think about. It is valentine's day just a holiday for women. Yeah it is supposed to be for the lovers of course but Absolutely as it was before the levers and funny enough. My little brother's birthday is on valentine's day. So i have always celebrated him on his day of birth and barnsley levers though i feel like you're supposed to do something sweet to celebrate the love between the two of year speak aren't so christina. I mean what do you think about. Valentine's day is it just a holiday for Guys are included as well. I'll never bill wants to think that is a a woman's holiday like i know that my grandfather used to come in and he will make sure that his ladies were taking care of with their box of candy and their roses but me. Al always been the person to try to find something that he liked. I'll be snooping around asking questions. Favorite color Which liking this like. That's always been my thought on it. And then i was introduced at sixteen to The holiday is in october the sweetest day and somebody told me they was like. That's the valentine's day for men but my thought process nobel's valentine's day is for everybody. Everyone should be appreciated at some point. I think it is a anniversary For a period of which refer love. I liked it like that all right. So let's talk about your level of expectation may depend on how long you've been in a relationship with someone so kaya. Let's say you've been in a relationship with someone for about three to six months. What are your expectations of him when it comes to what he does for you on valentine's man funny because this is kinda my situation now I honestly did not have any expectations. I always just kind of forget. I usually work as it'd be like the first year. I'm not working on wednesday in a long time. So i mean just appreciation. I would say like a small token something we. If i've been with three to six months i say like cute little chocolate figure out. What type of candies i like. Because it's new. It's fresh yard by all means. Do your thing i would expect. I mean honestly not very much. I would just be so appreciative that someone thought of me. You know three to six months in that they wanna get such a very sweet. So now and christina. What have you been in a relationship for over a year to the expectations. Change for me. I'm not gonna speak for everyone but for me. Naar not really. I am a sentimental person. My love language is words of affirmation followed by x. of service. So if you can remember you know some things over the course of the year. That i may have mentioned does something a little sweet. That means the most to me. Up where eric what. If you're married. I mean our expectations lower. Because you can only do so much for the same person year after year or does he get higher. Because you expect more creativity it'd be involved. Says he now knows everything that makes you tick. I think is just appears. Don't couple and you know what they've agreed on In their marriage is valentine's a big day to you all every year. If it's not the no big deal But i do think it should come with some kind of thought If you've been with somebody that long period of time you should know what they like and do a little surprise for me. Things like planning a night out planning a trip on cooking dinner. Experiences are more important to me than actually buying something christina. That you for a second. How do you feel about non personal gifts. You know what if he give you cash or give car. How do you feel about that. I think the presentation matters the most. Don't hand me like you got to do something creative with you. Know the right a car. Something like i said my love. Language is worth of information. So right me. They're nice little car and often to go with the gay.

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Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

Monocle 24: Midori House

06:39 min | 2 months ago

Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power

"Let's then continue to estonia. That has become the only country in the world with women serving both fest prime minister and president. The country's new government was sworn in earlier today. Officially making connel's the country's first female prime minister the previous government had to resign due to a corruption scandal. God relief cassini policy fellow at the european council on foreign relations wasn't to surprise that estonia goes new female leader. Let's hear what she had to say. Stone years to wherever always has been gender equality. Women have always worked as hard as men things with worried. People have always been such things but the united states men and women rob divide. I mean when i grow up increase of soviet was the big thing and dealing with that men and women were same. So i didn't see. That's a such a big breakthrough but of course i mean normally it is because it hasn't had that sort of thing earlier but i think it happened naturally because many of resumed women on the top of reform party. They are close associates of of kaya colossus. So it wasn't like set thick just because they were. We mean the patriots. Your pirates places. Politics code released mr union herself there denny on what does it tell us about a country if it has a female leader. I take what Qadri leak said there in that clip to heart where she talked about the fact that it's for people in estonia. They met understand a little something about equality or might look at their society where we there is a bit more equality but i think the symbol of having the leader being a woman is very important for any country and for the rest of the world to see. It does mark a step forward. I think calvi say looking at good press from different countries around the world from from new zealand. And beyond what's happened in the united states last week with comma harris. It's an important step. And i think it's it's good especially in this time where i worry about a little bit of backsliding on on equality and things really good Newspaper reports in the global mail in canada over the weekend illustrating What sort of The not the political sphere. But what the business sphere has looked like and and what has changed throughout the pandemic. and the there's really been some backsliding on equality in boardrooms and the c. suite level for businesses across the country. Where it's even more male dominated. So i think in the political sphere is quite important as well to see this and i think it is a step forward. It's it's it's real simple to not only the eu partners but people around the world that especially Miskelly she's a young woman as well so i think that is important for For the country and for the projects that they'll want to work on in the u. It's knowing that estonian. I was to female leader still does change the way you see the country. Can i just say great pronunciation. I take outs from the proximity between estonia and finland. You're probably the only person on the show getting that right The language is very similar. Quick question for you. Marcus to turn on you they are. We can't quite understand each other. Words have different meanings because those two languages separated thousands of years ago. But you can get a clue what i'm reading estonian. Newspapers don't always need many translate sometimes make sense in phoenix too. I mean i mean talking about estonia. I think it's just interesting. Look it's tiny nation of about one point three million people of course paul of the soviet union in the post. I think it will. It will make people turn their heads a little bit and wanted to know About a year. And it's you know it's been a country that perhaps people didn't not about until fairly recently but it's been doing a very interesting things it's oversee really tried to give it up to be open to Entrepreneurship of recent kind of quoting itself. the digital nation and and pioneering. This this thing could e residency which is basically allowing people easy access online. Things like banking and payment processing and taxation. So it's been very forward looking in that regard also in terms of Mobility in public transport. And things like that. So i think this will cement ready the fact that you do now have both the prime minister president who women just really We'll be good for for the. Brian will be good for. So powell will go online but those things i mentioned as well thinking. This is a progressive interesting european nation a. And maybe make people onto no more done not agree with us to this can be a boost. I soft power. You work with our business program the entrepreneurs and it mentioned residency for example. How estonia's trying to attract new talent do think this this indeed. The that's people read news at lies about estonian having to female leaders and they kind of want to know more about that country one hundred percent i think people will be watching this closely and thinking about what it means for their next move or opportunity perhaps a thinking of talon perhaps as a as a new berlin of course you create a welcoming environments and wait to see if people will arrive. I think back actually to a good conversation. I had with the founder of a company called your baticle which is based out of estonia and we had this exact conversation about how sort of a small nation like that can make itself attractive on the world stage for people to come. Obviously you pointed out the e passport there and the potential to to have people on there is it would be very attractive for someone working remotely of course for for perhaps a bigger multinational company based somewhere else For its quality of life. Great capital Close to a lot of other places and it's looking like a very vibrant startup scene. So i think you know you show people that there is a welcoming environment in a social sense. And it can do wonders marcus. I really think until a really help. The country selling itself abroad

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Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:29 min | 2 months ago

Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive

"The recent. You know kind of low budget animation. That they've been doing the more cost effective animation. I should say and thankfully we it was released in twenty twenty and finally have a complete story so this is one of the things on my to do list that i wanted to get to as soon as possible when i was making the new schedule. So this story written by david ellis and now the hulk or zydeco the incredible malcolm hulk who wrote a bunch of notable stories from the patrick troughton in jon pertwee eras including will. Hey the war games. Patrick crowds final story the celerion. The first appearance of this larry ins ambassadors of death which was really cool story that we talked about here it also the seat devils a fun story with the master that we haven't talked yet so that's one of those that hopefully we'll get to at some point here on next up. This was directed by jerry mill. This was the eighth serial of doctor who season four nineteen sixty seven starring. Patrick troughton as second doctor. Unida wills as poly right. Michael craze as been jackson in. This is betty polly's last story by the way. And frazer hines as jimmy mcrae. Mid who at the end of the story gets a promotion to main companion after benn polly Exit the tartus closing out the way of heart once and for all so jesse. I know that this is probably your first time watching the story. I'm guessing david your thoughts about it. So i yeah and i'm gonna have a couple of questions we'll get you that i assume you're going to cover in trivia but just in case you want yeah So i settled down to watch this Linda was out of. Linda was spending the night with her sister. Kaya in a many birthday celebration. And so i watched the first dealer yes. I watched the first three on friday. Night and i watched the remaining three on saturday And i enjoy the. I enjoy the last three a lot more than i did. The first three now. I think part of that may have been. I was a little tired. It was today but also think the first three were a lot of setup. Yeah in once the next three you got really a lot of the story and was really well done so overall. I'm pretty happy with this one. I'm glad we got to see it. Yeah and And i'm looking forward to talking to you about it but my question is In you've probably covered this before. But i have slept since then. Why was so much of patrick. Totten's episodes lost and specifically about this. Well there was a purge by the bbc to essentially make space as i understand it and in the process they junked a bunch of old doctor. Who's they didn't think they needed them anymore. In their infinite stupidity and a lot of them were were episodes. From the william heart. Oh and patron eras you know there was in levin and some others that had managed to recover some of those over time because this was believed in the seventies and since then you know there's been a lot of effort by fans to try and recover episodes which have either been somehow scattered to the winds across the entire globe and or just play lost in this story. They'd only managed to recover episodes one in three. That are returned to the bbc archives. Because hey now they want to keep them a what. I what i find interesting. Charles is the seventies relatively speaking. I mean i love. Lucy had been in syndication. So you think people would have realized the Cordao yet and the importance and also. I know that they talked about that. Many of the early tonight show episodes back with johnny carson. The same thing they just re. They didn't keep them. They did because they didn't think they're reporting. And i remember years ago. I talked to someone and he was british. And he's like yeah doctor who it's it's just the it's just a minor kid show. Yeah i'm sure that was the ski. Oh executive thinking yes the super geniuses as wylie coyote super genius exact who made this horrible decision probably thought. Well it's just a kid show doesn't matter you know they. They won't miss it. We've already done Because back in the day dear listeners you used to have summer reruns until you would show an episode twice and and it was kinda done. So i'm sure they were thinking okay. We've already had a repeat time to move on. It's just it's it was just a really bad unfortunate thing that happened to the show because you know like a lot of classic moments are just now lost in presumably. A lot of these are never going to be available in their original format. Now they're going to be like stories like this. That would probably be reconstructed through animation. Or maybe whatever happens in the next ten years technology wise that they could be recreated so now and i guess they had audio right so now the audio either fans have the audio or someone in so that's for steps are recreating it. Yeah thankfully now though. The upside that. I should mention was that through the efforts of fans a lot of kids at home you know. They had their home tape cassette recorders right. Or whatever you know recording real

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Takaya Imamura, Tingle’s creator, retires from Nintendo

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Takaya Imamura, Tingle’s creator, retires from Nintendo

"The man who created captain falcon fox mccloud mask and more has retired from nintendo switch jordan at to kaya imamura the nintendo artist and designer who gave us characters like cap falcon and fox mccloud and more not to mention the name and visual identity of the election. Result of mature mask has retired from the company as reported by kotok email maria and now that it was his last day working at nintendo on his facebook page after thirty two years with the company quote. This is my last day. I'm going to work. I took a selfie with the empty debt with the empty office. I guess i won't be coming in here anymore as you'd expect miss it and From kotok whose translation commemorative facebook post emrah worked on character designs across the zero in star fox series creating iconic nintendo characters like kevin falcon and fox mccloud among many more more. Recently he directed to steal. Ira games and was a supervisor. On the last two smash brothers releases was also the art director of the legend was majorities mask responsible for the design of the eponymous mask in the games in the games name as well as the character tingle. It's worth it's worth remembering that. According to zelda series producer numa were came up with the word majora by combining his own name with the word. Shoe monje

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"kaya" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"kaya" Discussed on Meditative Story

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"kaya" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"kaya" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Mom has the vision. Grandma shuttles me around. That's how we get down. I'm smart. I can be anything i can do anything. I belong to something important. I feel connected to significant things to history and culture. i've been told this and.

"kaya" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"kaya" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Every morning we meet in the hallway and every morning. We say the same three things before leaving the house where a church he family so we start with. Jesus reciting the twenty third song to invoke protection then. Grandma holds up her fist and says black is beautiful. I hold my fist mirror. Her am repeat is beautiful then she says to me you know. You are the smartest little girl i know. One day you could be the president of the united states. Well i say one day. I might be. The president of the united states. Kaya.

Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?

PRI's The World

04:21 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?

"Cuba seems to have the coronavirus under control, but a lot of the world continues to struggle in the past six weeks. The number of cases worldwide has roughly doubled doubled in six weeks for many of us hope lies in finding a vaccine with me to talk about the latest vaccine research and efforts to ramp up. Production is the world's global health corresponded Alana Gordon along this week phase. Three trials started in the US for one. One of the leading vaccine contenders. What does that mean phase three trials so the biotech? Madeira I'm with the national. Institutes of Health has started this phase three trial, and what that means is thirst killing of testing of the vaccine. People recruiting some like thirty thousand people where some get placebo. Some don't because at this point. You don't really know I. Have The vaccine approach that's been developed in the lab in these smaller scale phases. Whether that actually works. You also have to figure out how the dose works and side effects and this company Moderna it's not the only candidate. No, definitely not. There's an Oxford trial with Astra Zeneca. That's already been in three. That's being tested in the UK south. Africa and Brazil Marco for overall. There's like two dozen vaccines and human trials. At this point, governments are placing their bet than some of these front runners to try to get that vaccine available. Because let's you figure out something works. You don't have the time or space in a pandemic to then be like okay. Let's start figuring out how to scale this up. What does that all mean for access as people are like predicting when vaccines going to be ready, so they can make it. The conversations are on access are happening right now, and they're complicated, and they're full of ethical issues. I talked to Monsef slowly about this. He's the chief advisor for Operation Warp speed. It's this new government program. It's really in the hot seat because it's focused on getting a vaccine for the United States by January hardest step, frankly for access is forever vaccines. And, that's what we're. Aiming to still billions of dollars are going into figuring out these different vaccines. The US has narrowed it down. He says to eight vaccine candidates, and then they've also been agreeing to manufacturing contracts, but in all of this slowly says that the companies have agreed to share data from their research on these trials with the world. For him right now is focused as if you can figure out the right combination of a vaccine approach that is a game changer for all vaccines, Frank H, the the most valuable come. Next to of course, the vaccine noses themselves is. What does it take to be protected? Because then everybody can go and do that. Alone, I understand that, but they're still. The manufacturing part of the vaccine has to get made, and then how does distribution to what countries get prioritized? I mean. If you look at the past, we shouldn't be surprised with what we're seeing. An which is that geopolitics is all over this I mean. There's a global race for a vaccine also for access to it. Countries are trying to do this for their populations, and what that means countries that have more resources wind up getting the contracts I I talked to Raji Than Kaya. He's with the company Takeda about this, but he wears hats because he has worked in the US government on Pandemic Preparedness Nausea, Global Vaccine Access he does worry about this trend with all these countries. Now that we're seeing lineup for contracts I hope is that there will? Will be very little time between when significant numbers of people say in the US, get vaccine, and when the rest of the world gets meaningful volumes of vaccine. Are there efforts being made right now to broaden vaccine access when that vaccines developed? Yeah, absolutely and Sovan Kayak is actually on the board of the Coalition for epidemic. Preparedness Innovations full is called often referred to Steffi and they're working with the world. Health, organization. The idea is to bring in as many countries as possible to lower resource and higher resource countries to come up with these contracts with manufacturers, and the idea is that twenty percent of populations would gain access to vaccine. Not all countries have signed onto this like the United States. It tends to be that the lower resource countries tend to bear the bigger burden of diseases of pandemic for longer. The world's Alana Gordon. Thanks very much. Thanks Markup.

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The Models' Bill of Rights

American Fashion Podcast

10:04 min | 1 year ago

The Models' Bill of Rights

"We work together to Create the models bill of rights. This movement aims to enhance transparency for models in what to expect when doing business with their agencies. I believe this is something that's not taught to any model wasn't taught to me. That's for sure I had to learn things first hand and through trial and error. And I'm sort of out here trying to help models avoid making similar mistakes. The models bill of rights is started off as a document that help models read contracts understand how payments work basically understand their contractual obligations. But now it's extended to include safety in studios as well as it's become a hotline where models can reach out to myself or Federico and gain this awareness and help if they're in a predicament and I would say. Most models are in a financial predicament. And this is something. That isn't really talked about so I kind of I'm here to talk about that. Okay I know a while back. Maybe before. Industry model management was a thing. He kicked an agency out of pure fifty-nine he. He banned that agency from sending models fifty-nine studios for their mistreatment of the models. He's stood up for this a couple of times. Federico is very passionate about the safety of models and in fact. He really helped me when I was experiencing financial duress at with an agency Correct he abandoned agency that was not paying their models because in shooting at the studio That model would never receive that paycheck and he wanted to not just say something but do something and I believe. I admire how actionable Federico is and I've strived to be that way and the models bill of rights really is a call to action. It started as just awareness. And now we're trying to actually implement change and with other studios now in New York as well as agencies so there are some new laws in New York state. Where were you involved in in making sure those wind a place? I was not involved. I'm very happy about that. What I refer to when I say studio safety is that there are seventeen studios in New York. Only two of them are up to code major photo studio correct and up to code meaning in analogy I use. Would you walk into an elevator? If you knew it was out of service probably not But when you walk into like thirteen of these studios as a model. You don't know that it's not up to code and it's not up to code for a reason. Meaning there are some sort of hazard or there's some reason that the studio didn't want to be you know approved. They'd never applied to be functioning working space. So this actually shocked because that would expose them to a Department of Buildings Inspector Act and it's very expensive to be up to code. It's hundreds of thousands of dollars I personally know this because I come from my family. Business wherein manufacturing so we have chemicals in Leominster Massachusetts and in order for us to be functioning factory. We have to be up to code and it's very expensive and it's very arduous process but I understand how these things work so when I realized that I was actually shocked. That models are alike. Sent to these places that are dangerous and they might not even know what that means in terms of the result is if a mall were to get injured. She wouldn't be covered by insurance so if a light fell on her if she got burned that's on her right because if the building isn't incompliance they can't get insurance. Correct okay. So there's all these photography studios operating without valid insurance personal injury. Yes that's insane so if the knowledge is there why aren't they being reported to the building violations or whatever it is how? How are people afraid to report them? I I feel like these conversations. Are It's going to culminate to that? But we ran into this with the garment center. A lot of the buildings in the garments are out of compliance with the Building Code. And they're not allowed to To do major renovations to the building. They're not gonNA fall down but but they can't do anything because we've had this zoning issue with the Save the Garment Center and and preserving the garments which were losing very soon A legal fight was lost but Yeah you can have a perfectly functional building that just doesn't have sign off from the buildings which prevents them from doing major renovation. So you can really change the building right. You have to use the existing spaces and I believe that this is an imminent threat because the the market is shifting where advertisement is not so much still photo photos anymore but a lot of video and so you don't have that cold camera flash. You have moving pictures. Which is the same caliber. N- scale as a film set. It's just not treated as such in terms of the precautions that were taking and so the issue of like the lights being very hot or falling on. Someone are even more pertinent. Now because most people in the studios are shooting video. We're not just doing just straight photography anymore. Yeah and if you actually walk around. So for instance you'll see retail spaces that have instead of a photo on their storefront. It's a video when films are being shot. There's an ambulance outside. I've been on film sets. It's just it's it's treated with a lot of precaution. And this is not the case for a modeling set with comes from the motion picture unions and from the insurance requiring correct which is another thing that I have been sort of like baffled by. Is that a model does not have the same protections as an actress A model the rates are arbitrary It's non union when you're an actress. There's the screen actors guild there's certain rates depending on the caliber of the project and everything is like pretty straightforward as a model though the rate that's given to buy your agent is very arbitrary and in other element that bothers me is that that rate might not be the actual rate the client offered so so this is a transparency issue. Doesn't matter what angle you look at the Modeling Industry. It's just crooked and corrupt. I hate to say it. But it's the reality and one thing I noticed about the podcast is that you guys use are in business in the same sentence in sort of where are in business meet and I'm fascinated by that that synergy and I feel like that lacks so much in the modeling industry and just with my background's specifically I went to business school in Boston. I got my MBA at Babson. So when I came into the modeling industry while I had no experience as a model all I could hold onto was my business acumen so I started kind of folk holes of the industry and thinking almost treating it like a case study right like this industry is flawed and his modeling industry. Or is it. I mean it's part of other industries but is it an industry on itself professor. Yeah and that's an interesting point. You bring up because I actually watched an interview with Cindy Crawford and Kaya Gerber the other day for Vogue and Cindy was saying how when she was starting out doing catalog in Chicago. Modeling wasn't considered or seen as a real job right. We all know that this has changed significantly the other day. Kylie Jenner sold majority share of her cosmetics company for six hundred million dollars. She's now a billionaire model. Her sister Kendall gets a quarter million dollars per post on instagram. The the sisters their models. I mean this is a big business and I there promoters. Well yes but why I think I think Kendall is a model. She's a runway model. She's a model but she doesn't get paid for her face. She gets paid because their faces already famous. Now that's I mean that's part of why her face became famous. Was her modeling. Not Most of it and a lot of people have that issue with the whole nepotism and that's another whole thing with modeling and but the regardless of that is that there's just so many models nowadays. It's not like this. It's there's less mystery about it. There's a lot of agencies. There's a lot of models but there aren't the regulations in place needed to keep up with how this industry has grown I feel like it's behind and these conversations I think will force there to be some sort of actions

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They arrested a 6 year old girl. Heres what we can do about it.

The Breakdown with Shaun King

08:08 min | 1 year ago

They arrested a 6 year old girl. Heres what we can do about it.

"You may not have realized it if you just saw the video of Cairo. The six year old girl who was painfully horribly arrested handcuffed taken to jail. I'll talk more about that arrests and stuff here in a second but you may not have realized that we actually talked about her case months ago here on the breakdown including action steps that we had calling the school calling the school district. We even had a hand in getting the officer fired. Who arrested her? And the police chief there in Orlando said. It broke department policy and more on. The officer was fired but we had not seen the video and seeing the video made what we assumed was a horribly disgusting moment made it all the more clear that it was as disgusting as we thought it would be. Play the audio for you this morning not to make you suffer but to put in context the pain of the moment before I play it. I want to explain something that teachers and staff in a few view. There's an even longer version of the body camera video if you view it. You'll understand this Cairo. Like six year olds often do anybody who's ever been a parent of six year old. Anybody who's ever taught or manage six year olds understand. The six year olds. Do throw tantrums. It happens. She did not have a knife. She did not burn something down. She did not make a a threat of murdering even if she did. That would not have warranted and arrest It's preposterous that we're even talking about this. But before the police came to handcuff and arrest her she had already calmed down. School Administrator was reading a book with her Kaya set calmly and coolly in a chair in office. She had she had turned a corner. She had processed her anger in whatever way she needed to. And the situation had de-escalated at that point that the officers still decides to proceed with handcuffs in an arrest is outrageous. Plenty audio for you just I was good off. Growth asked believe the European know. It see me. Oh no for sure. Yup Everybody at the school failed Cairo. I don't care what anybody says. I believe that when we just read about the story months ago and did our own accent steps back then. The principal the assistant principal every teacher. You should have thrown yourself in front of the officer instead of allowing a Won The officer who arrested. Her is a huge man. Instead of allowing a huge man who also mind you was charged with child abuse himself many years ago said of allowing this officer to basically assault Cairo. The girl who had calmed down after attention from you should have intervened. And I don't WanNa hear from anybody that they didn't know nobody there intervened. Nobody did not the other officer who was on the scene. Everybody there had a moment where they could should have said. You know what we're not gonNA do this now. Do you have to do this? Best no no. Of course you don't have to do this and I wanNA talk about that for a moment because police officers and it's something I need you to understand. Police officers have wide discretion on who they charge who they arrest how they arrest and how they charge people like they have widespread latitude and discretion on. How and what they do when an arrest is possible. They understand that they could give someone a ticket. They could give someone a pass and that this officer walks into an office in sees a com- child and decides to arrest her with Zip ties handcuffs her while she begs for it not to be true bags not to be put into the police car not to be sent to jail and he's still precedes with it with nobody. Intervening is outrageous is. Here's what I know your character your integrity. Your moral courage is not really about where you stand in your own head. How you think you'll be when a tough moment comes your moral courage integrity. Your ethics are about how you respond in a moment that test you. This is the moment this would be the moment to say. I'm I'm sorry but you're actually not going to arrest a six year old child from our school. That's actually not going to happen and people at the school denied that they had anything to do with it. I still don't believe it. How did the officer even not a be there? How did he even know what happened? Of course you told the officer and of course you refused to intervene is disgusting. Kyw's grandmother who understood that something horrible had happened to. Her baby still said in an interview that she did with The Washington Post that it was way worse than even she imagined she just did not understand the horror of the moment

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The Return of

The Frame

06:41 min | 1 year ago

The Return of

"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn. It's Academy award the nominations mornings so we're out in the field when the lowest feelers bureau of the New York Times with a carpet bagger Kaya can kyle. I brought a Muffin. Thanks for having us over where this morning. Yes I'm eagerly consuming that Muffin. I need all of a sudden it's like can get after. Today's crack of Dawn Oscar. Nominations we have both been up since very early this morning. And even though I think we're still relatively awake and conscious I still think these nominations don't make a lot of sense. So where do you WANNA start. Let's talk about the movies that didn't get any love. I was shocked that the farewell did not make it into the best picture race. And that no actors from the farewell or parasite or nominated. Yeah I loved the farewell which came out this past summer. I would've loved to see Aquafina or Josh Suzanne who plays her grandmother in that movie get in unfortunately. Yeah Yeah it just missed out on everything. Eight twenty four which distributed the farewell to very hip indies studio. But they haven't shown an ability to get any of their summer movies ever into the Oscar race in a major way. They had the same problem with eighth grade and first reformed last year and now the farewell. Meanwhile though you've got neon a sort of comparable tae twenty four which parasite six Oscar nominations no in parasite. It is not only nominated for best picture. It's also up for best international feature and best director for June Ho if it wins the best picture prize and and I gotta say it has a shot. It will become the first foreign language movie to win that top prize. But let's look a little bit more closely at who didn't make the cut so bond Jun Mojo was nominated for director. Greta Gerwig wasn't and Todd Phillips was for joker. Joker had the most nominations with eleven. How do we start to talk? Talk about joker. Well I don't know I feel like we will never stop talking about jokers thing I it's been that sort of movie since the beginning running since it was announced since people got with its themes and especially since it became a billion dollar grosser at the box office which is crazy for a movie. Yes is about a famous comic book character but it doesn't have action scenes. It's Graham it's upsetting and now it's a best picture and best director nominee is. Is it going to win those awards. I don't think so. Maybe I'm protecting myself from thinking so I do think though that Joaquin Phoenix is near lock for best actor one of the first acting. Nominations that was announced. This morning was for best supporting actress. Kathy Bates in Richard Jewel. I don't think anybody saw that nomination coming. And it did seem to suggest what was going to happen for the next nineteen acting nominees and that is only one one person of color. Cynthia Repo played. Harriet Tubman was going to get a nomination. Yes initiate to Kathy Bates but the fact that she made it in and Jennifer Lopez didn't for Haas players. I think that's one of the big stories of this morning. I personally love Hustler's I thought Jennifer Lopez was giving fantastic robust movie star performance. It's in that film for some reason. While for a couple of reasons it just did not seem to catch on as far as that award season reconceptualise ation that needs to happen. When you've got a a big hit and then you want to prove that you more than just a hit the academy with the exception of little women? This year were turned an awfully cold shoulder to female ensembles and female all directors for that matter. There's there's quite a few nominated in best documentary but almost nowhere else including the big best director category. I just it. It bothers me that I feel like stories that are made by women that star women are not afforded. The same sort of canonical. Wait we so easily give similar stories about men. We're talking with cow Buchanan from the New York Times about today's Oscar nominations when I was at the La Times before I came to KPCC along with a team of reporters spent a year investigating the membership of the academy. At that time we found that it was ninety. Four percent percents Caucasian. The median age was sixty two. It was seventy-seven percent male in the years. Since and certainly on the heels of the Hashtag Egg Oscarssowhite the academy has gone to incredible steps to try to diversify its membership but the academy like the Mafia. You're in for life life. Do you think the voting today really represents that older demographic in the kind of reluctance to embrace anything outside of parasite that feels like a modern movie. Well I think that's the thing about the Oscars and that's the reason we keep talking about it. Every year they make steps forward they make steps backward record. It is a big organization several thousand people so as much as you diversify it. There will be diverse opinions. You know last year. We had add Oscar history with them like Black Panther where it won best costume design best production design first time. A black woman had one those things you also had green book win which many consider to be sort of a retrograde racial issues claptrap. I think the academy is big enough to to be able to stay in both of those points of view and it's worth noting that the academy doesn't really run the business in any way it is only recognizing the movies that we're getting made and the jobs that are being given by people who run Hollywood today. La Mayor Eric. Garcetti unveiled an initiative to try to promote lat next talent he hopes up to double Latino Representation in Hollywood by twenty thirty. But what is it gonNA take for the industry to start making more diverse film so that the Oscars can recognize more verse films while the Oscars don't make movies but they affect the movies that get made and I think it's important to talk about that because this is sort of a cycle where all of these things feed each other movies that are greenland movies that are cast with certain people were made by certain people. They're made that way often. And because of what we are told important by the Oscars as much as the Oscars sort of say. Well we can only do so much given the films that Hollywood gives us. The Hollywood gave them plenty of amazing films. This year that were sort of disregarded out of hand I think because we don't again ascribe the same wait to certain stories. Outside of white men doing violent dramatic weighty things Kyle Buchanan is the carpet Arpey bagger The New York Times Kyle. Thanks for having us over to the Los Villas Bureau of the New York Times. I'm glad you guys could come up next on the frame we hear from Oscar nominee. Cynthia revox Vivo and Renee Zellweger. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn British actress. Cynthia Revox is an academy award nominee for her performance in Harry and she's the only person of color among this this year. Twenty acting nominees. The movie directed and Co Written by Casey Lemons tells the story of how Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery and became a heroic. ROIC abolitionist when I spoke with a revox about playing tubman. I asked her how shooting in Virginia. During a cold autumn helped her get into character. It was sort of imperative for me to try and do as much as I possibly could as authentically as could do it so I opted out of the wetsuit opted out of any like extra extra warming things was doing the activities just because I didn't want to I don't want to feel comfortable really I I liked the uncomfortable of the of the work that I was doing. Because I felt like it made me I guess it gave me the space to be more connected to her connected to what what she may have gone through So that the reaction was genuine and felt real. So yeah I do. I do think it really helps in doing these. Actions to to be connected connected to the

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"kaya" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"kaya" Discussed on Untangle

"They were the rare ones and some were terrible at it and their patients didn't seem to do so, well, if their minds were not being seen. So I went into pediatrics in ultima attrition. The child license Kaya treated men became a researcher attachment, I was very interested to see if this idea of mine site that had been what had saved my. Mind, basically was actually useful in understanding how people dealt with life. You know how parents took care of children, for example, or how to build a friendship with each other were a romantic couple, or a family, or even a school, or maybe even like a an organization so you can look at mine site at whether it's cultivated or not. And then see its components, which are insight into one's own inner experience empathy which allows you to a number of things including sensing the feeling feelings of another and imagining what is like to see from their perspective. And also, what would be like to have them? Understand understood in a way where you understand the thoughts. The feelings the meanings in that particular person's inner experience, as empathy and then the third component, so it's inside empathy is biscuit integration, which is this weird word for very simple process, where things are allowed to be different and then connected. So in an attachment relationship unit talking about fathers fathers day, basically fathers, who helped their children, thrive or mothers to, you You know. know, allow integration to be at the heart of what happens in the parenting experience. So that what you're doing is, you're setting might child is different from me different, what I expected her to be, but I'm going to allow those differences. In fact, even enjoy in thrive with those differences. But then promote compassionate communication as linkage. So integration is the differentiation and then connection. And when you link these differentiated parts, that's integration is, and so that's what gives rise to compassion, and kindness, and Karen, basically, of love and so inside is the first empathy second integration, the third, which is what love compassionate kindness. Are all about. So this really resonates with me as a mom of young child. I understand how that process of mind site is so key in my child is growing in developing in as a parent. My job is to figure out what he needs. He. He's crying as he hungry is as diaper wet. He you know has that look of urinating he has little irritation. What is it coming from? How do I understand him intimately possibly at this point even more deeply than he understands himself because he's still figuring it out? And then how can I use that to provide care? How can I empathize with him in his situation use that to provide care? And that active care is the building of love exactly what's amazing is Oreo. If you take a beautiful description of your connection with your son. You know, you would see it. You're creating integrated relationship, and was absolutely fascinating about using integration as a fundamental mechanism of our relationships is, you can show that, that crazy integration in his brain. And integration in his brain is the basis of all regulation, regulating attention emotion. And mood thought reasoning morality behavior the way you connect with other people in relational connections. So what has been amazing to me in the interns, I working with me to revise, this textbook of all, this is summarized, in the developing mind is that there's a ton of science that doesn't say this directly, but this sentence is, is supported by the science relational integration leads to the growth of brain integration, which is the basis of all regulation in the mechanism of health. That's it as phrase can you unpack a little bit more? What you mean by integration in the brain talk a little bit more about this neurological integration. How can give rise to self regulation, and all these higher. Order processes. Start with just a term integration. I in the dive into the brain integration is a word that we can kind of get a feeling for just by the name of it integration..

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8 Ways to Use the Word "Collaborate"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

8 Ways to Use the Word "Collaborate"

"Today's word is collaborate. Would you like to know what it means? It means to work jointly for an activity or a special project or to form an alliance or the team with M English speaking radio channel loan one, you would every day and impressed the world in these English were cabinet lesson. You will learn how to use the word collaborate. Leah sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English book, gab, Lori and speak English fluently and confidently collaborate is felt as C O. A B. Are. D E, the word collaborate is used when some person ordinal denies ation walks jointly with a Nado for the common cause, for example, often pharmaceutical companies collaborate with local healthcare centers to administer free vaccination to patients who cannot afford, expensive medicines. Wow. Wasn't it easy to understand the meaning of the would collaborate listen carefully how we can use the would collaborate in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight messes, Kaya made beautiful fashion jewelry. It was necessity for the product to be available to allow customer base Hanes. It collaborated with a stocking and distribution company to make the products available nation. Invite moving onto example, number two eight the collaboration between a visa company and a cold drink manufacturer was a win win situation. Both companies benefited from this, and there was an enormous rise in their revenues lettuce understand. Example, number three of eight the farmers and Mara, Stroh were looking for collaboration in techniques that allow farming but very less used of water, they came across a video made by a group of Israeli agree culturists on the subject soon. A group was formed on social media and information was exchanged, can you relate with any such project for, which you have collaborated with someone? Moving onto example number four of eight the national Chess Federation decided to work on enhancing, the popularity of chess across the nation for this pope. Is it entered into collaboration with the team of Russian grandmasters, who would visit India to promote the game of chess? Do you know that over three lacked professionals students and homemakers have learned to speak English, fluently and confidently at B M English-speaking institute? Log onto our web site WWW dot we m consultants India dot com for more information. Example, number five of eight these days, the digital media, and movie makers collaborate to ensure a reach of the movie to the masses. This definitely enhances the revenue from the movie, moving onto example, number six eight for any country. The foreign tourists are a source of foreign exchange. It has been observed that the national tourism board, the locate will operate and hotels, collaborate to attract larger number of tourists by offering comprehensive to packages lettuce understand, example number seven eight with each passing year. The number of Indian students going overseas for higher education is increasing. This has prompted the Indian education institutes to collaborate with foreign universities to offer affiliated. Action programmes moving onto example number eight or eight Christmas was around the corner, large volume of shopping was anticipated. Hence a leading credit card company collaborated with the local shops to offer special discounts to the shoppers for using their credit card.

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How to Get Confident

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

04:53 min | 2 years ago

How to Get Confident

"Today's episode. You'll meet our special guest Yumiko who was a participant in the power immersion weekend in Tokyo last year. Find out how the program helped her become more confident through intensive exercises. With native speakers listening today. How lo- you may go and welcome to the show. How are you today? Oh, Hello Lisi. Pretty good. How are you? Hey, I'm feeling great. I love it. When we get to have our students our listeners here on the show. Thank you for coming on the show today. Thank you for giving me discrepancy. Oh, it's wonderful. And you make oh you or on the show today because you are one of our students in our power English weekend in Tokyo last year, isn't that? Right. Yes. That's right. All my gosh. So why did you decide to join that program last year? Yumiko why did you join the Tokyo power English weekend? Okay. First of all, I really wanted to see lien Santa Jessica, I fine of all his English. I saw it was a great chance for me to speak English with native speakers because of NAT surrounded by English. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. And how long have you been learning English Yumiko? Oh, how long since I was a student. So Phil, right. Yeah. So long. Took a lot of time to be able to speak English with natives of absolutely absolutely. And what was your favorite thing about the weekend? I mean, how what was the thing that you loved? I mean, we did so many things right? So you are a key Zona student. So you had a chance to do the one to one coaching. You were at the is a Kaya at the power at the podcast recording and the happy hour. What did you like best about the entire weekend? The best thing I enjoyed all the programs. So I just wanted to say that as who that we could immerse ourselves one hundred percent in English very intensity. Yeah. Has Saturday it moaning, we had lots of fun activities. So we had no time to hesitate and stink worry about things. So that and Lynch, Jessica, pushed us and encouraged us very nicely. So that I could jump into the conversation. Yeah. Yeah. That's amazing. So so even after the morning course, right in the morning, when we had the names meagher's, did you already start to feel that sense of confidence because we did it so quickly. We did everything in sums that such an intensive way. Yeah. I had a confidence because I could really enjoyed conversation and indefinite now when I had a free time. I talked a lot bits at a participants on the in English. No us little Japanese got is the thing. Yeah. Easing. Yeah. And how did that feel to be speaking with other Japanese students entirely in English was that a new experience for you? Yeah. That is a new. Prince that, but I that it's very natural lesser of. It's one. That's so wonderful. We had different backgrounds and different jobs and different experiences. So that is awesome to get to know each other. Yeah. And you told me that you've been able to stay connected with some of the students in the program. Is that right? Yeah. That's right. Yeah. That's the way as ING. Yeah. We see some of it on Facebook. Yes. Yeah. That is so great. So it's a chance not only to improve her English and Getty merged with native speakers. But to actually connect with other Japanese people that is so cool. That's so cool. Do you? Remember all the activities that we did that morning. We did the drama lab. We did the speed dating dear member, which one you enjoyed the most. I love to speed dating because I could talk to the many natives. Yes. And also antenna phone telephone lesson. I said that that is difficult was I must see the face, and I could not see the mile slow. I media wars. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely had telephoned. I mean, do you speak in English on the telephone nowadays? I mean right now, we're kind of on the phone, right? We're on Skype recording the interview and you're doing a great job, by the way. But. Do you speak normally on the phone in English and your daily life a no not on the phone battery? Yeah. Okay. Okay. That's good. But that really is one of the harder things, isn't it? Yeah. Right. Okay.

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Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets

A Closer Look with Arthur Levitt

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets

"Minutes to go on and Elisha McGuire. Touchdown run the Texans hoping later to culture playoff spot, though, at comeback in mind does Shawn Watson with a fourteen yard touchdown pass to Andre Hopkins with two fifteen left that put them in front for good. Those two hooked up twice. Kaya me. Fair being kicked five field goals. Houston winning at twenty nine to twenty two Sam darnold with two TD passes for the jets. He threw for two hundred fifty three yards offensive line played really. Well, we handle JJ in today on really well. Again. Our receivers got open game jets are now four in ten giants. Take their five hundred Mark to the MetLife field today

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"kaya" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The Sahara resistance. Tanna Kaya drapes herself and the red white black and green flag of Western Sahara. Just holding this flag in public is enough to get an activist beaten and arrested. Hi, my name is sultana higher. I was born under Moroccan rule in the occupied city of Bush could live just like any other seraglio woman who is subjected to torture and beatings. And in my opinion, my cases milder than many other in two thousand seven sultana was peacefully protesting with fellow college students at a university in Marrakech Morocco when police surrounded her Young Sam Yang accounts may ninth was an anniversary that also rallies. Should celebrate was really a hundred can image. We were a group of five hundred we students how. Hey, you left the university campus marching peacefully waving flags and chanting. There are no alternatives to self determination. They sealed off the street and besieged in it. As tear-gas spreads sultana was beaten by police, one of whom singled her out for more abuse classical are often one of them recognized me, and he jabbed right at my eye with his baton when he did that I bent over, and I could feel my eyeball in my hand. I was yelling at him. And hey, you Moroccan pulled out. My I saw Tana's ordeal. Continued in an ambulance says she was tortured on her way to the hospital. Good. I told them I had a hemorrhage in my he tried to put his finger into my eyes. And I didn't get any medical treatment till the next morning at eleven when a group of Moroccans came to be telling someone to sew up my blind them because when I was in the ambulance another woman was crying and telling me, you're is gone. They were trying to sell up my eyes. So other women could see it and think twice before getting involved in activism. They wanted to make an example of middle. Can do you have confidence that Western Sahara will become an independent nation? That's for sure. Because the determination of the people is invincible. What we've got his true. We've lost many men and women over this one day it shall be liberated. I'm. Not even losing her. I.

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"kaya" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Traumas are triggered. And so I wrote a book called the survival guide about these people who I so sensitive and so loving, but they take on too much. And that's what happens in these kind of accidents and horrific situations if they take too much on their body, and they go to bed they become exhausted or anxious or depressed, and so it's really important to learn how to set boundaries and to center yourself and realize that you're not them, but your heart can go out to them. But it's not healthy to take on other people's anguish. What is their nature that they take on this stress? Well, it's interesting. It's done some research on this. And they think that it's a hyperactive mirror neuron system and the mirror neurons are the compassion neurons in the brain where I'm an past to. That's why I have such a interested in Kaya Tristan an impact in the mirror neurons compassion around us, go on. Overdrive? And when you know Karen says if someone is on a CAT scan, and you know that you love and they're getting pricked with a needle your mirror neurons. Get activated but much more. So and highly empathic people, so how do you begin to set boundaries than if you realize that when you see something or hear something tragic in the news, you know, it's going to affect you. Because you're an m path had to begin to set those boundaries. Well, one thing I suggest all I am pass patients is to take news not become addicted to the news because if you have that constant onslaught. A negative news. It's just too much for anyone system and people become addicted to it. So just take many fast, go out in nature. Meditate exercise be with a friend and laugh, so that's one tool, but also just notice if past traumas trigger it, for instance, if you lost your father, and you know, a a man was lost in this current accident. Now, your pain about losing your father's trigger. So you have to know the difference. Could make a big difference to know that you know, I'm dealing with this in addition to the current situation and also do a lot to self nurture. Do something really kind to yourself. If you're, you know, taking on too much of what you hear in the news now, the able to meditate go outside learned it no is a complete sentence with people because they don't know how to set boundaries with right, Paul energy, vampires people who are draining. So if you're not able to say, no, no, I'm sorry. I can't do that. Or no, you know, it doesn't feel good. If you're criticizing me, whatever types of energy, vampires are the criticizes the blamer is note that can make all of this. I know you wanna be around loving supportive people when you hear horrific things in the news. You don't wanna be around energy vampires who I write about who just drain your energy or speak with Dr Judith Orlov. She's a psychiatrist also a clinical faculty member at UCLA. She's got a book called the M paths survival guide, and we're talking about coping with tragedy in the news like that horrific stretch limousine accident in upstate New York in which twenty people were killed. Can the paths who take on all this stress from other people's tragedy caused themselves? Long-term harm. Oh, definitely an house who don't have the skills that. I'm writing about in the book could become a gore. So they they never want to go outside. They had panic disorders. They can have physical diseases a lot of immune deficiency disorders because they're on sensory overload all the time where they're just being guarded. And don't know how to stop it. And so I believe that empathy is a trait. That's gonna save the world. A really do. I feel so strongly about it is something I teach all my patients how to develop and to be able to be with somebody despite their differences and try and understand where they're coming. From is the first step to healing. You see? So we need to have empathy. But we don't need to take on the suffering of the world, doctor, doctor Judith Orlov, psychiatrist and clinical faculty member at UCLA. Again. The book is called the M paths survival guide twenty one minutes after the hour on this weekend. Mina number two.

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Number of opioid prescriptions remains unchanged, Mayo Clinic research finds

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20:33 min | 2 years ago

Number of opioid prescriptions remains unchanged, Mayo Clinic research finds

"Network. Hi, I'm Vivian Williams for the mayo clinic news network, opioids continue to be in the news. A mayo clinic study found that despite increased attention to opioid abuse, prescriptions have remained relatively unchanged for many US patients. The research published in the b. m. j. shows that opioid prescription rates have remained flat for commercially insured patients over the past decade rates. For some Medicare patients are leveling but remain above where they were ten years ago. Dr. Jeffrey Molly is the lead author of the study and scientific director of the mayo clinic division of emergency medicine research. He says the data suggests not much has changed in prescription opioid use since about five years ago. Now based on historical trends of opioid use pain medicine specialist. Dr. Michael Hooton says, there are Maine's an unmet patient need to better target the use of prescription, opioids. Leads the centers for disease control and prevention has previously reported that opioid prescription in the US has increased dramatically from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand ten mayo clinic is broadly researching opioid prescribing practices to find ideal doses for individual patient needs. The researchers say the goal is to achieve the best possible patient outcomes and experience with minimal exposure to opioids. This research has been translated into opioid prescribing guidelines, tools for medical practices at mayo and beyond. And in other news, what you might call the dog days of summer, maybe something more menacing for a person prone to migraines. So how and why does summer weather sometimes trigger these headaches? That's a great question. Says Dr. Rush me, hawker sing, a mayo clinic neurologist. She says that patients ask her that all the time and there's just not a great answer for some people. Extreme weather conditions may cause imbalances in brain chemicals. Which eventually can lead to severe throbbing pain of a migraine. Sunlight could also be a trigger and other weather triggers include high humidity, extreme heat and dry air. Dr. Hucker cing says, these conditions may lead to another migraine creator dehydration. Lots of people forget to drink enough during hot weather and dehydration concert, be risk for migraine attacks to happen. Her advice to people with migraines is to avoid extremes in summer weather and everyday schedules. She also says to be consistent with your eating habits and your sleeping habits, the mayo clinic news network. I'm Vivian Williams. Welcome back to Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom jive and I'm Tracy McCray for teenagers issues like peer pressure, academic expectations, and changing bodies. You're going through that right now or at your. It was a long time ago that I was a teenager Dr side. Thank you. All those things can cause a lot of ups and downs, highs and lows. But for some teens, the lows are more than just temporary feelings. There is symptom of depression. Depression can affect how your teenager thinks feels and behaves. And in extreme cases it can lead to suicidal thoughts, the centers for disease control and prevention reports that suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people. Age ten to twenty four. Fortunately for most teens, depression symptoms can ease with treatment such as medication and psychological counseling in here, disgust teens in mental health is mayo clinic pediatric psychiatrist, Dr Paul cork and welcome back to the program Dr Croke and it's good to see you glow. Thanks for having me today. Thanks for being here. So Dr, Carr, convince increasing number of suicides in this country has to be of some concern is very concerning and it's it's probably complex causes. It's something that's being as you point out, talked about and written about quite a lot quite often. And it's been been estimated that the the overall rates have nearly doubled less twenty years. Much of that involves teenagers. As you pointed out with young people, it's the second leading cause of death. Sadly there are in the neighborhood of, you know, forty, five thousand completed suicides annual in the US young people account for usually about ten percent of that. So there there's a host of things to think about. And I, I would argue that my field in particular we need to, we need to brace this as maybe failure that we need to relook at things and continue research in ways to do better his problem in the future. So you said suicide rates for teenagers as doubled over the last twenty years. So have the rates of depression doubled as well. That's one of the one of the considerations. The thought is that actually exhibiting depression is increasing as well. But there are other there are other factors to to present a balanced view here. There has been the argument made, perhaps we are just getting better at quantifying and qualifying into things, and we have more mental health professionals. Now, psychiatrist to identify these things. People are talking about mental health as well, and there's hopefully less stigma and people feel feel freer to talk about it as you point out. There's also as far as causes that are driving this potentially. There's been a lot of speculation is life becoming more fast paced and stressful for for teenagers general? Some of us at our age. We have sometimes difficult time wrapping our brain around that. But indeed, if you look at look at some of the things that are going on in the challenges teens face today, it's not. It's not benign another. Another, very very, I would argue poorly understood but important consideration is the internet. Did you. Title social media things like Facebook, Twitter, and the platforms that I don't even know about the using, how does that contribute? I mean, what's the relationship there? Well, the thought the thought there have been there have been studies Dr shops that can that suggest that that more time spent on that thing contributes to depression, but it's probably not that simple. I mean, the arguments been made, and this has been looked at that overall. Maybe maybe teenagers into some extent, adults are spending more and more time on these platforms with these technologies and overall feeling less connected in the genuine face to face empathic sort of fashion. The other pernicious aspect of these technologies. Something that I see in my day to day practice often is that there's a fair amount of negative behaviors broadly describe it that there's what's called cyber bullying. It's rampant with a lot of the lot of the young people that I work with and it some thought that there's been some suggestion that it the effects of this may be more. More lasting severe than face to face based face bowling, for example. So Dr shaves alluded to the fact. I've got two teenagers at my house, so I'm gonna ask a question and went to expect a choir of angels to start to rise up around me as I ask it, how can apparent distinguish normal teen moods, team behavior swings from signs of depression hut. Can you tell the difference? It's a great question and it's a, it's a deceptively simple to in that as you point out teens in general, have a host of neurologic integral suck logic changes because can bring his getting up and can contribute to meeting us and predictably. They tend to think that moms dads are less interesting to be around in the less at this age. Can you imagine didn't happen? I'm sure I know that's why I'm so confused by it, but getting on getting more on point with your question, pervasive changes in what you could you could refer to personality, so dark, dark, irritable moods that are there. All day long day after day after day that are per she added in more than one environment. So if there's feedback from teachers, schools, sports teams, the, you know, Joey, your Sally is just not not the same as they were before declining functioning academics is a as usually big telltale sign that previously a or b students suddenly see your or student changes in peer groups, changes in behaviors, changes in sleeping patterns, and then a focus on dark kind of things. Thoughts are or talk about suicide, for example. And the again, a related question I think would be, what do you do about these these various social media platforms and internet use? And that's another another thing I think broadly, did you stay engaged with your your children and it's not easy in teenagers. A couple of things I wanted to ask you about first of all access. I mean, there are so many more people who seem to be depressed, isn't access to a mental health prof. National more difficult because there are more so many more people out there and not enough of you. And I think the second part of that question is even if you are pretty certain that your child is is depressed. There's concern about how effective the treatment is in what the treatments going to pay. Those are great questions, and the short answer you're absolutely right on the first count that access is to mental health professionals. Psychiatry in particular is not not at all what it should be, and it's even more problematic for young people collectively, we are trying to address that. No mayo clinic is led the way things, for example, that are called collaborative care models or integrative behavioral health where we actually do things like we embed psychiatrist within a large network of primary care clinics for very different kind of role than what we're used to. It's more of a role of supervision coaching consultation on cases, so that family practice doctors, Tournus and pediatricians, for example, get more more depth and more comfortable with. Treating identifying treating things like depression, anxiety, youngster teenager, good things. All good. And to get your to get your other question identification and the definition diagnosis of this is challenging and for parents, it's often the way we do. This is often hard to understand in that we don't, you know, it's based on interviews and questions. There's no lab test or x Ray for this, but ongoing monitoring in mild cases, watchful waiting is appropriate where, again, parents and teachers have awareness. We do very simple, but important things like help youth structure, their sleep hygiene, their habits, their study patterns. But overall, if if symptoms are moderate to severe, they're impeding functioning and academic social and family treatment is important in the first. The first line for depression is usually a combination of psychotherapy, things like cognitive behavioral therapy or what's called interpersonal therapy and the judicious use of medications, and how can parents support thirteen. NHS ongoing communication about about their life in general encouragement, sometimes reminders to to take care of their health overall and setting that example as well making time for family dinner every day, those kind of things. And if parents think it is an emergency, they should call nine one one. Well, unfortunately, depression in suicides in America and including among teenagers is on the rise. It's important though to if there is a problem to get access to mental health care, even though it may be difficult and you've got some effective treatments. Exactly. We've been talking about teenagers and mental health when mayo clinic pediatrics, Kaya trysts are all Corcoran Dr. Clarkin thanks for being with us. Thank you decker shaft. We're going to take a short break. When we come back, we'll look at some new research on diet and dementia. You're listening to Mayo Clinic Radio on the mayo clinic news network. Welcome back to Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom shy and I'm Tracy McCray Tracy. We know that a diet that's filled with fruits and vegetables is good for waistline, but it's proving to be good for our brain as well. A recent study published in the journal of Alzheimer's disease showed that people with normal cognitive function who followed a Mediterranean diet had lower amyloid deposits in the brain. As we've learned before on this program, amyloid deposits in the brain are one hallmark of Alzheimer's disease in here to discuss is the lead author of the paper, mayo clinic, epidemiologist, Dr, Maria vassal, Laki, welcome to the program. Thank you for having me. That was pretty, you're Greek is pretty good. Thank you. I assume you are Dr Solanki. Great to have you with us. I, you know, I married into a great family, and so I set nice people. We have. So what's good for the body is good for the brain? Is that what we're saying? This is what we think that is accumulating evidence suggesting that died has been officially fact for the brain to and for against the climb. The my says, well, although we don't have definite evidence for that, but that is good body of literature supporting that. Is that what prompted you to the study? Yes. In the mayo clinic study of aging, we are studying cognitive decline and also by Marcus of Alzheimer's disease. So one of them would be the the position in the brain, and we had this cons and the date do study that inside of the association with diet. So when we talk about amyloid deposition in the brain amyloid is a as I recall, it's been a while protein, right? Yes. And we knew from autopsy studies that patients who had Alzheimer's disease before they died, had these deposits amyloid for whatever reason, there's an association between the two. And now if I'm correct, we can actually. Detect those amyloid deposits under numerous Gan, correct. We, we detect them in, for example, in pets can so we introduce some only gives through the blood and they go and highlight areas of the position. So we have the scans and we know the as where we have elevated amused and you said that you studied people with normal cognitive function. So how do you determine if someone buddies brain is normal and they can be in the study? So in them out participants in the mayo, Cain, excite the venting. They go a very comprehensive competition with nine defense near psychological tests, and then they are evaluated by physi- centers. Well, we also take information by informant the partner. So we have a lot of information. And then by consensus, we gather all the information and the nurse that helped the the coordinator, the physician and the psychologists, they decide based on data that we have. Whether someone would be within the normal function range or someone would have a little more cognitive decline than than we would expect for their age or whether someone would being the dementia, what was the age? They average age of this today participants. So for this Pacific style, the was seventy years and older. So the me Nate is about seventy eight years old fifty, five percent of them were men and what do the studies show ultimately? So we asked them about their eating habits. They last twelve months. So the head Thuan cer- about one hundred and twenty eight different questions on the food groups that they think that the amount and also how often they would. And we found that vein vigils were falling closer, the Mediterranean diet, and those that had the higher Sam shown of vegetables were less likely to have elevated levels of amyloid position in the brain. Now we have to point out that this is a. Sectional study in our terminology, which means this is like a photograph. We don't have the dimension of time, so we don't know what came first and what game second. So as we say in our area of research, we cannot assess the Kazadi between the two. However, we, this is information that supports previous information that we know that that has been officially fact. There's also the possibility that another factor could be in place that we haven't measured that we don't know about yet, but this is a first sign that our study showed supporting evidence of beneficial association. We all talked about it and we've talked about it on this program, but refresh our memories of regard to the Mediterranean diet. We know that it's mostly fruits and vegetables, but what what can't you eat or shouldn't you eat if you're on that diet? So it's it's a very colorful diet. It's high consumption. Oh fruits and vegetables, legumes nuts, also moderate to high consumption face less consumption of meat and saturated fats and more fat in the in terms of olive oil are consumed in the diet. Also, there is optional. Moderate use of alcohol is well mainly wine. And usually it happens in social occasions where it was wine on the list or not on the list. Why was on the list for them died when we started status the nineteen sixties. Now, alcohol is is optional in a way because for some of the conditions, we should not drink. It's very, there's incredible if we cannot control the amount of wine. So it's really optional. All right. The question is people who followed this diet for their entire life. People who live in the Mediterranean, I guess, do they have a lower incidence of Alzheimer's disease than we have? I don't. Don't have a definite answer that as far as research is concerned, very rigorous clinical trials research. So we don't have definite evidence to suggest dietary interventions in our life. Today we have though a big amount of survey tional data in some clinical trials that would support that good violence died like the Mediterranean diet, but also other diets like the dash diet or the mind. Diet were societas with slower cognitive decline. Certain familiar with either one of those, the dash and the what was the other. Mind so that does diet. These, they enter approaches to stop hypertension and the mind is Mediterranean dash interventions for new the generative delay. So haven't studied this. Are you pretty much convinced that murder? Mediterranean diet is a good idea not just before overall health, but also to prevent cognitive decline. Are you convinced? I think we need to learn much more, but with we have enough to follow the advice of the gates now to have a good balance, healthy diet and the Mediterranean diet, but that is one of them. The good thing is that although we don't have any new commendation based on this data, and although we said it's like a photo Akra sectionals Patty, it adds an additional motivation that what is good for my general health. What is good for my cardiovascular can support my brain health, and that can happen directly may be. Through defense mechanisms or indirectly, supporting my cat. Vascular system puts also would be very important for brain health and dimensions. What's next in your research? So what we would like to do and other sets us also doing is to follow people onto the to see whether we follow the Mediterranean diet or any other beneficial diet pattern, whether changes in our bio markets in the brain. I'm for example or changes in our coq nation, beneficial changes associated with a good balanced diet. We've been discussing how diet may play a role in preventing or delaying cognitive decline and dementia with mayo clinic, epidemiologist, Dr. Maria vessel Ocoee. Thanks for joining us Dr. Bustle Ocoee. Thank you for having me, and that's our program for this week. Find more information on the mayo clinic news network to this, your health and medicine questions. Anytime at hashtag Mayo Clinic Radio, you've been listening to Mayo Clinic Radio on the mayo clinic news network producer for the program, Jennifer. Era for Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom. I'm Tracy McCray. Thanks for joining us. Any medical information conveyed during this program is not intended as a substitute for personal medical advice, and you should not take any action before consulting healthcare professionals for more information. Please go to our website, radio dot, mayoclinic dot org. 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"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"I remember what i was doing a bore ajello unlikely you know why with like laid out why did not you made an excellent boy though gave rap songs but it wasn't okay for a guy who was doing the character thing yeah and again is it appropriate no it's not appropriate but let's face it and again is the argument dream right there you've said it i said it was that we we say inappropriate things we say nobody's perfect you know we say we say stupid things is inappropriate because he say donate seconds do something exactly and we don't excuse it and the man came on any apologized yeah i said okay serves thing ida i don't i don't like that i don't want that i don't you know but but here's thing listless judge a person according to the times in which they're living in their circumstance well and also on the actions that they take like i am so annoyed with everything that's going on with the attacks on trump and the administration it's really just insanity that you're attacking people on what you think they said meanwhile our last administration with benghazi and the dossier and the uranium and we can keep going they did these things but because they talks nice to you and they played the game of what you think is good which is a lie because we know the dow as a liar and so here they play this you know were great at talking we're smoothtalking meanwhile they're doing like illegal things like actual things that they've executed not five tall like so trump gets ups like they get mad at trump because he's verbally very aggressive and you know very just out there but he hasn't done anything illegal and you want to impeach him you he has a do something illegal for you to impeach him first thing so you can't do that and you have to hold the house and or the senate which you don't so here we go with legos break it down but meanwhile the people that actually done things that.

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"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"And by the way if anything pops off anywhere in the country they're the people that are going to protect you don't have you got the memo but no one else's comment nobody you wanna go ahead and go down the list of all the countries that were not coming repeat their militaries not come to emotional they're not coming to help us that ogre it's usually the other way around you we help they don't help if there is a country that would help any of us out right now gladly take all of the stove flakes because they hate us we walked and we do you know we can't wait to get rid of them too so just take him because we're good you know they don't want to be here they hate trial they're like well moving it'd be got can when he became president so you move and i'll be pack glints go so they need to go i promise you this podcast is wounds burger laud of conversation among three world i love it i love trump i love what he's doing i love his administration i love the fact that he takes to twitter please don't stop a new a lotta people like don't tweet anymore no noel le that he can take it out of the media is handled by the media i'm gonna just tweet because i it's about you and me meaning the people and not the bureaucracies in between and so it's fantastic i think he's such a millennial movement shaker that it's like why are you slandering him for being a millennial an outspoken guy that's just trying to do the right thing and no he doesn't know how to do it perfectly he's not a politician he's he's a guy from queens who was a character that was that was created by hollywood and again when i say hollywood are broken new york to yeah new york i'm during the whole energy they created a character called donald trump in in donald the donald played that part oh yeah so you take the whole billy bush hot mic incident he was playing the donald he was doing the donald trump thing as a billionaire playboy he had a real estate mogul oh and it was okay for rap song is okay forever song factory all that but now that he's the president yeah you.

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"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"This was your opportunity you like argued dumb what are you going to go do now play hockey good luck with that i because that's where i move now watching hockey game like i'm not very good like predators are everything i'm in love with by national predators are my team yep their my team there are awesome i love i love fought for a nonhockey town it's become such a hockey tradition in a hong kong learning to another sports this great baseball's been great to this season watching that you love it love it let it can't as it we had a great world series it was good in i'm a texas rangers fan i am currently wearing at a houston astros fan in houston the champs and i started wearing it ends sit though they had so much stray did garage in any here we are i was very actively involve again as back on fox promoting in pushing trying to get help as much as i could for hurricane harvey so i was in houston a lot i was in all the little town article rather houston 'cause i don't know you and i are going to run into each other a whole lot more though because family yes we're family we just became at we got so much in ghana and they're going to give us a tv show y'all marketing and is the universe get online go find kaya jones get on youtube fantastic video by the way all thank you as a beautiful islands you they were censoring me willie yeah there were taking my place so many times have you had that happen yeah yeah because we're audio is beano promilitary god forbid we actually support our men and women that puts hacked our freedoms the other men on a put on a uniform every day the like.

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"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"We're going to dinner for chicken wings dan we are going to each wing rate anew that's what i love the only time like when i liked different like game seasons which is why i'm really us out with his nfl thing because i really enjoyed eating chicken wings while watching that game assault after new and i can't now and i'm not gonna i took my therapy away i i and i'm not gonna though i loved watching army navy game but i will not i have not turned on an all game and i'm really upset because it with my favorite i have no idea whose winning ha no i have no clue and i have no idea they've turned me off forever and here's the thing ever think do you have the right to neil during the national anthem sure you have the right that's why you should be standing the fact that you have the right to do it is why you should be state rex because the anyway we could we could do a hold of the fourth element ziege's i the last i checked when you're at your job like that's like me going into mcdonald's ongoing high can i get a and the girl going i don't want to take your order and it's like well that's how you feel how would she do at work you're at work so figure it out we'll i made the point on fox friends in new york couple of weeks ago i said with you owned a restaurant you had an employee that went in and started yelling that everybody st get out get out get out get out you'd fire that employee you did not you said almost they say think i just said i did not xerox it frets that same do what's some new i i amongst friends i've used stronger language but but i've said if somebody came in there and said she started telling you're patriots to get out you'd fire that person right that's what these guys are doing hey i don't care about the protest i.

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"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"In the app store or on google place welcome back to the chad bravery show everybody welcome back to the chat braver show thank you for listening it has been a tremendous little journey here the last few weeks as we have but that's a pretty great guests that have been on this thing and i'm sitting across from she's my new sister she's my new family member in kaya jones's in the house and i've been a fan of you for a long long time have you i've been a big fan of you i know i'm a big fan of me too i it is a humility runs deep in my blood i now i could tell we around here in fabulous las vegas we're going to tell you if you stores around that she and i have been hanging out this afternoon and trade more stories we'll see if we get in some of that stuff because you and i were both talkers yes yeah and so there's things that people need to know there's that we need to tell them and we need a preach yeah kaya jones and we're gonna talk about her story a little bit you got started when you were what thirteen 1230 while your own first modelling contract was nine mi music contact of his trial so you you were discovered by archaeologists yeah is that right yes he did not beyond me how do we know because he was really professional and now why i kind of have a hard time hearing some of the staff feature as i saw the man smile maybe two times no like no joke was really no he's not take guys like that and you say the really professional and i there's a reason people become extremely successful like that it's not because they're more.

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"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

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"kaya" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I thought road came out and that i've been speaking out in two thousand and five so disgusting i mean tracy i want to get you your less thoughts on this look agree with kaya i think you can get over it i i agree a big part for me getting over it was taking responsibility for my part in it i what would what way why are you blaming yourself though i mean i don't know somebody somebody naming myself but just starting to change how i engaged and putting myself in the position pray and i became a christian i saw all in fact it'd be washed away i put all my faith and my hope and everything and god now and now when i talk about it i mean i have to call my best friend and cry on the phone with her before i can do that in our view and there's no whom there but i feel like i you're not a forever thought you know iron but this little they're still is still a raw nerve your i mean i hear it in your voice i've no new for a while and yeah i mean i hear pain i hear trauma here you're wanna give hope i don't want to be like oh my gosh you know i just i'm not a victim card type purse then and i just really want if there are growth listening that there is hope that it's not like forever i have been married for eighteen years can i just add one thing to this there are good people out there and there is a lesson for girls never put what you want above what is right for you and other words yet maybe you want music career modelling career movie career tv career but if you're not going to be working with good people don't sell your soul for any opportunity because it's not worth it a thank you both for i know it's painful to share your story but it brings to life exactly what we're talking about and what so many women of gone through and how this is so institutional as i said that last week this is the tip of the iceberg all right shape tracy we appreciate you being with us same kaya will see both on tv.

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"kaya" Discussed on Freedom 970

Freedom 970

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on Freedom 970

"Gene right as we continue with tracy melt your and kaya jones who have experienced a lot of what we've been discussing regarding harvey weinstein and it's more common than anybody knows this is the casting couch syndrome is that they bring it in and and let's say you have a naturally tell to the ability to saying like kaya or or tracy you at a natural ability to be an actress and so you brought in and you're you put on the casting couch in the media will you begin to realize that oh you can get the job you'll get the gig but there's a quidproquo associated with that how often did you bones experienced the career went never quite iraq like that but it was it you know that you're connection than the industry are how it work for you know ray um so it was just for me i wanted to associate with them and the first time was i was out at acquired in hollywood with a girlfriend and the guy came up who asked me like you're pretty twoway mine i want to get into the crowd i can get there and like the ira sure roenick thing now now we're sitting next to a very wellknown hollywood pretty her and you know we're kind of the whole night nyberg with my girlfriend but the guy gave me hit cart at the end and he fight i can get you ran through a lot of other played better the meat a lot of people and i was like oh wow okay and you know i would like if you like a manager and he kind of like acted like you at the manager but he he was more of a handler and it went right now hey we're going through this restaurant mita that's how it started and the next thing you.

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"kaya" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Forty people four hundred injured that number obviously has gone up is drudge report is now calling the mandalay massacre and fifty eight confirmed dead five hundred and fifteen injured at this vegas concert we've got full and complete coverage throughout the course of the program today including some of the reporters that we have done on the ground that are in vegas for us we have kaya jones and john rich john rich and was was on stage i spoke to him earlier ninety minutes before all of this when down kaya jones was on stage with him or maly of the pussy cat dolls they always that at a big and rich concert they on of the military they bring 'em up on stage they saying i think god bless america is what they were saying it i think it was on kyw is up periscope which will will try and get a copy of an and tweeted out um and you know there's a lot you get out of hearing you just hear the automatic gunfire i've been around weapons my whole life there's this is you're talking about thirty thousand people and this is well within the range of obviously because all these people were shot many killed in injured and you hear it in its in an open fields it's like you you just sitting ducks out there and then you hear the police scanner what are the things that struck me before i get into there's a lot of anger that has built up a meet today by the fact that so many all ways race and rush in their first instinct is to politicize a tragedy we've had so many of them not just in america around the world in all we can go through the different varying lists of events that have happened in in different administrations bush forty three one happen nine eleven all that happened during the clinton years all that happened in the obama years in all the obama years none of them were terrorism they were man caused disasters and overseas contingency operations but i but i see that you.

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"kaya" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

"And welcome back to find a your frequency i'm your host gifts benard and i'm your cohost ryan treasure and we just got done with the magical session with mr ever disney coming out of uh the break here uh we have a gentleman that is a super successful uh entrepreneur that uh is taken time ease in a corner right now at an event are doing this special interview so i want to bring in higher kaya redford he is a unique exceptional inspirational speaker uh with passion and art kyw it has been a featured guest speaker four times the oprah winfrey network and has a distinguished company k our success coaching that is a leading provider of success nlp neuro linguistic programming their sales and leadership a mastery uh he has successfully coach many fortune 500 companies such as new york lies bank of america wells fargo century twenty one killer williams remax ask flag new skin abc and herbal life i guess i get going on and on it's hey y'all are received kyw use nlp success coaching programs and have xiv outstanding success as a result kyler redford welcome to the show welcome take you guys i am so honored to be on your amazing show uh jeff in line you know i think you guys are you in a phenomenal job is just really honored to be hippie yet to be in your on your show well thank you very much i.

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"kaya" Discussed on The Box Seat Boys Podcast

The Box Seat Boys Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"kaya" Discussed on The Box Seat Boys Podcast

"Would he be that good on the steelers no because his big bed in the patriots makes on these guy i think they can make me halfdecent guy julia new shifty white guy i mean what are your that's what they look for some some guys for who are looking to see the first guy is a quarterback brad kaya yeah so i read a scouting report everyone you know is up in arms they said you know he has the chance to be really good has still pretty good mechanics mobility pocket presence are his biggest flaws will here's the thing if you watched miami even have a pocket he didn't have time to be mobile you know what i mean let's true admit had no offensive plein so and he's playing against clemson in florida state who have like the fastest defence of guys all he has to do is learn pocket presence with a halfway decent wine he doesn't need to be very mobile was peyton manning mobile tom brady's for sure not mobile they have long presence that's only needs is he needs to have a little bit of time yet no no quarterback is going to throw under pressure while those quarterback center better than others rogers does big benz not bad just because he's like a hundred pounds it seems like you can't take the dude down yes there is good is like knees in late at i'll be the first person to say if tom brady gets breathe down he's gonna throw the ball away behobia so i don't know lie were criticised in this kid for his pocket present like yeah okay first of all he's going to have to learn to read blitz packages and everything like that but that's gonna come in time.

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