35 Burst results for "Kevin I"

Snow Moon (MM #3630)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Snow Moon (MM #3630)

"The with kevin mason a little bit outta sorts the last day or two. It's because of the full moon. Yesterday was the snow moon. So we're in that full moon zone if you will. I've talked about the effects of the full moon before but just recently a study came out saying that right around the full moon you actually get less sleep and in fact usually the night before a full moon you get anywhere from forty five to sixty minutes less and there's nothing you can do about it. It's all the body reacting to what's going on with the earth and the moon that's out in the stars particularly in this case the moon. I'll be honest. I've always been fascinated with the study of the moon. But i don't understand truly why it affects us so greatly you would think the sun would affect us more in a way it does but the mood is still so powerful even though it revolves around us and we don't revolve around it. So if you felt that discord if you felt that unease it on the full moon or at least. That's what i'm doing. I've had an issue sleep in the last couple of days and maybe it is the moon for me. It's also the weather changing too and that's not helping.

Kevin Mason
Snow Moon (MM #3630)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Snow Moon (MM #3630)

"The with kevin mason a little bit outta sorts the last day or two. It's because of the full moon. Yesterday was the snow moon. So we're in that full moon zone if you will. I've talked about the effects of the full moon before but just recently a study came out saying that right around the full moon you actually get less sleep and in fact usually the night before a full moon you get anywhere from forty five to sixty minutes less and there's nothing you can do about it. It's all the body reacting to what's going on with the earth and the moon that's out in the stars particularly in this case the moon. I'll be honest. I've always been fascinated with the study of the moon. But i don't understand truly why it affects us so greatly you would think the sun would affect us more in a way it does but the mood is still so powerful even though it revolves around us and we don't revolve around it. So if you felt that discord if you felt that unease it on the full moon or at least. That's what i'm doing. I've had an issue sleep in the last couple of days and maybe it is the moon for me. It's also the weather changing too and that's not helping.

Kevin Mason
Mavs end Nets' 8-game run as Porzingis returns, Irving sits

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 16 hrs ago

Mavs end Nets' 8-game run as Porzingis returns, Irving sits

"The Brooklyn nets eight game winning streak came to convincing end as the Dallas Mavericks trounced them one fifteen ninety eight the mass within a twenty five point first half by James harden to lead sixty eight sixty four at the intermission they've been held harden to just four points and that's the only thirty four in the second half with look at dodges leading the way Dodgers top tells his offense with twenty seven points adding seven rebounds and six assists Kristoff's we think is returning from an injury contributed eighteen points Brooklyn played without the hurting Kevin Durant and Kyra Irving I'm Tom Mariam

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Mavericks vs. Nets: Dallas snaps the Nets’ 8-game winning streak

ESPN Radio

01:58 min | 16 hrs ago

Mavericks vs. Nets: Dallas snaps the Nets’ 8-game winning streak

"About it. Dallas Mavericks, taking on a Brooklyn team JB Without Kevin Durant, we found out earlier Saturday, Kyrie Irving was out. James Harden had an incredible first half, but with only hard on the floor of the big Three was a game the Mavericks had to take. And they did today. Impressively in the second half. Yeah, it took him a while of the first half was No defense at all. And they took over in that third quarter holding Brooklyn 18 points. James Harden only gets four points the whole second half. And that was very impressive from Dallas, bouncing back from an ugly performance in Philadelphia on Thursday night where they turned it over 22 Times. Boy. Did they take advantage of the Brooklyn turnovers tonight? How about 32 points off of the 19 turnovers for Brooklyn. Good sign here for Dallas is they played much better basketball over the last few weeks, coinciding with eight practices they had last week. To get ready and play much better basketball than they did the first. Half of the season. Look at Don church goes with 27 points, six rebounds, seven assists. Kristaps Porzingis returned to the lineup. 26 minutes 10 of his 18 points came came in the critical third quarter. It wasn't vintage poor singles. But you saw some flashes. There is he tries to get back into form. Yeah, I think if you're Rick Carlisle, you're pretty happy with the way looked missed about a week with the sore back. Shot the ball extremely well. But again, he's got to really start taking advantage when he gets smaller guys on a Brooklyn even started Bruce Brown on him tonight. Hey, didn't take full advantage. He most of his points were outside the pain. I'd like to see him get a little more strength in this lower half and make people pay for putting small guys on. I'm getting the paint. Forced double teams, and that's going to create even easier three point shots for his teammates, Mavericks back to 516 and 16. They've won seven of their last nine and they went in Brooklyn, ending the Nets

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Arrest Warrant Issued For Boston MIT Grad Student Qinxuan Pan In Slaying Of Yale Student

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:13 min | 18 hrs ago

Arrest Warrant Issued For Boston MIT Grad Student Qinxuan Pan In Slaying Of Yale Student

"New developments in the murder of yale college student kevin shang authorities issuing an arrest warrant as the manhunt intensifies for an mit grad. Student out charged with the shooting. Here's abc's janai norman. Tonight the manhunt growing more urgent for an accused killer believed to be armed and dangerous police in connecticut today issuing an arrest warrant charging mit grad. Student king's swan pond for the murder of twenty six year. Old yale student kevin zhang jiang was found shot multiple times near the yale campus. Later dying at the scene just days after proposing to his girlfriend twenty twenty was year of blessings. Because i met my dear heaven i will always love him with the love of christ on was already facing charges for allegedly stealing. Suv he test drove in massachusetts. The same day zhang was killed. That was later found by police in north haven connecticut. Investigator say pond was last seen by family members in the atlanta area february eleventh carrying a backpack and reportedly acting strange in the days following the murder and us marshals raining confident that they will catch up with pawn but tonight he remains on the run facing that murder charge and a five million dollar bond. When he's captured

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Republicans rally at CPAC in Orlando

Joe Pags

00:19 sec | 22 hrs ago

Republicans rally at CPAC in Orlando

"Predicting the Republicans will win back a majority in the House House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy at the conservative Political Action Conference or CPAC, in Orlando, Florida We're gonna get Shorty back five seats away. President Trump expected to speak at the CPAC conference in Orlando tomorrow.

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Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

KYW 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

"Philadelphia man could be behind bars for a long time. Police say he robbed two postal workers while they were on the job. Here's Kevin Abuse Antoinette Lee. 54 year old James Chandler has been charged with two counts of robbery over United States, postal employees and one count of kidnapping, authorities say in two different incidents. On January, 11th and February 4th. He used what looked like a gun to rob to postal workers while they were making deliveries in West Philadelphia and the February incident. He allegedly forced a mail carrier into the truck and then made her drive him around for several blocks before he took off with stolen packages. Chandler made his first appearance in federal court this week It has been detained. Pending trial. If he's found guilty, he could face a maximum sentence of life in

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Man Sought In Murder Of Yale Graduate May Be In Metro Atlanta

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Man Sought In Murder Of Yale Graduate May Be In Metro Atlanta

"For a suspect in the slaying of a Yale graduate students, authorities say 29 year old Keane's one paan Is wanted in the February 6 killing of Kevin John was found lying outside his car on a new Haven street with gunshot wounds upon is believed to be staying in the Atlanta area and should be considered armed and dangerous. It's also believed that Keane's one pond stole a car from a Mansfield dealership when he was fleeing. The cover.

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Senate Democrats move immediately to "Plan B" on minimum wage

The Moth Radio Hour

01:01 min | 1 d ago

Senate Democrats move immediately to "Plan B" on minimum wage

"Trillion covert relief bill is heading to the U. S senate after the House narrowly passed it overnight. NPR's Amy held reports. Democrats are racing to get final approval before unemployment benefits expire for millions of people next month. The bill provides small business aid, rental assistance and $1400 stimulus checks. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi this legislation is transformative. Lifting 12 million Americans out of poverty. Republicans argue the relief is too expensive coming after Congress already passed some $4 trillion and does not will targeted minority leader Kevin McCarthy. Almost every one of this bill's 592 pages includes a liberal pipe dream that predates the pandemic. The Senate parliamentarian has ruled the bills minimum wage increase cannot proceed in that chamber under reconciliation. That's the process that would allow Democrats to pass it with a simple majority of 51 votes. Amy held NPR news. The head of the

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Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

"The with kevin mason. I've been reading stories online about people being all upset. That dairy queen has already canceled their free ice cream cone day. For twenty twenty one. It happens every march or at least most marches. It didn't happen last year because of covid nineteen and they've already announced they're not doing it again. This year and people are up in arms. If they want to drive into a dairy queen right now and go through the drive through. They can buy an ice cream cone. So why can't dairy queen give them a free one can just makes me shake my head. Sometimes that people are so greedy that what a buck two buck. Ice cream cone is something. They're entitled to something they have to have. I don't mind going in helping charities. And if i get a free ice cream cone that's great but if not i really don't care ice cream cones. Aren't that expensive. Aren't that big a deal. Let's look at the reality here. All of those dairy queens are independently owned and operated franchises. And i gotta think their businesses been hurt too. So i'm sorry you're not getting your free ice cream cone this year. Let's start worrying about the important things in life. Some have done well but most struggling in a free ice cream cone head and by one please.

Kevin Mason
Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

"The with kevin mason. I've been reading stories online about people being all upset. That dairy queen has already canceled their free ice cream cone day. For twenty twenty one. It happens every march or at least most marches. It didn't happen last year because of covid nineteen and they've already announced they're not doing it again. This year and people are up in arms. If they want to drive into a dairy queen right now and go through the drive through. They can buy an ice cream cone. So why can't dairy queen give them a free one can just makes me shake my head. Sometimes that people are so greedy that what a buck two buck. Ice cream cone is something. They're entitled to something they have to have. I don't mind going in helping charities. And if i get a free ice cream cone that's great but if not i really don't care ice cream cones. Aren't that expensive. Aren't that big a deal. Let's look at the reality here. All of those dairy queens are independently owned and operated franchises. And i gotta think their businesses been hurt too. So i'm sorry you're not getting your free ice cream cone this year. Let's start worrying about the important things in life. Some have done well but most struggling in a free ice cream cone head and by one please.

Kevin Mason
House passes Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package

NPR News Now

01:05 min | 1 d ago

House passes Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package

"Pelosi says the one point nine trillion dollar corona virus relief package a house. Passed overnight will provide assistance to millions of americans. This legislation is transformative lifting twelve million americans out of poverty and generating a dollar twenty five for every dollar spent speaker pelosi speaking during debate that stretched well into the night. The house pass the bill along party. Line vote of two hundred nineteen to two hundred twelve house. Majority leader kevin mccarthy said. The bill is full of wasteful spending on projects favored by democrats. Almost everyone of this bills. Five hundred ninety two pages includes a liberal pipedream the predates the pandemic of the bills. President biden's first legislative victory. He took office at funnels. Tens of billions to state and local government schools and expanded unemployment benefits and provides fourteen hundred dollar stimulus payments to most americans. A senate expected to take the bill up next week wherever raise the federal minimum wage of run into trouble. The

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Most Popular Pizza (MM #3628)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Most Popular Pizza (MM #3628)

"The with kevin nason. I was reading an article in the online website magazine. Whatever you wanna call. It called thrilled about the most popular pizza chains in america. They did some research for twenty twenty and come up with only four and really. It's starting to when looking at the fifty states. Each one has a most popular pizza chain. It's not necessarily from business. Don or the amount of locations. It's about searching. Then they had some algorithm to figure it all out but in thirty of our fifty states. Domino's is most popular in eighteen of our states pizza hut and the only other two that were most popular. Weren't domino's or pizza hut or ohio. Coming in with papa. John's and michigan with jets pizza. What i think they're being confused with is that people go for easy and quick and more importantly all those places deliver and during the world the pandemic we were looking for pizza places that delivered. I know they're just wasting space. And they're just trying to get me to click on the article and read it but it didn't stop me from getting upset. Domino's and pizza hut are easy choices. Are they the most popular. Maybe they are.

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Most Popular Pizza (MM #3628)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Most Popular Pizza (MM #3628)

"The with kevin nason. I was reading an article in the online website magazine. Whatever you wanna call. It called thrilled about the most popular pizza chains in america. They did some research for twenty twenty and come up with only four and really. It's starting to when looking at the fifty states. Each one has a most popular pizza chain. It's not necessarily from business. Don or the amount of locations. It's about searching. Then they had some algorithm to figure it all out but in thirty of our fifty states. Domino's is most popular in eighteen of our states pizza hut and the only other two that were most popular. Weren't domino's or pizza hut or ohio. Coming in with papa. John's and michigan with jets pizza. What i think they're being confused with is that people go for easy and quick and more importantly all those places deliver and during the world the pandemic we were looking for pizza places that delivered. I know they're just wasting space. And they're just trying to get me to click on the article and read it but it didn't stop me from getting upset. Domino's and pizza hut are easy choices. Are they the most popular. Maybe they are.

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Jamie Spears's lawyer says 'people have it so wrong': He 'saved' Britney

Nightline

08:16 min | 2 d ago

Jamie Spears's lawyer says 'people have it so wrong': He 'saved' Britney

"Thirteen years. Britney spears future has been tied up conservatorship control by her father now with thirty nine. Her fans are wondering why she not free. Here's my nightline co anchor juju. Chang you britney spears in a playful moment with family riding a bike with her niece thing her father jamie in the beard there. These video shared exclusively with abc news. Jamie's attorney vivian. Doreen showed the spears family together. During the pandemic. I understand that every story needs a villain. The people have it so wrong. Here this is a story about a fiercely loving dedicated and loyal father who rescued his daughter from a life threatening situation. The relationship between the princess of pop and her father coming under renewed scrutiny as the freebritney movement continues calling for an end to her conservatorship functioning woman. That's working nonstop it. Just it doesn't make any sense that grassroots movement and the inner workings of the conservatorship arrangement highlighted in recent new york times a documentary framing britney spears which reexamines the superstars rise and public fall through. Today's lens now. Her father jamie spears was placed in charge of her career her finances and her health decisions in two thousand eight when she was just twenty six responding through his lawyer. Vivian doreen in an exclusive interview with my colleague. Amy robot jamie saved britney's life and over the last thirteen years. He has worked tirelessly to protect her. He has collaborated with her to help her regain custody of her children. He has brought her finances back from disaster in his created a safe environment for her to live her life the way she wants away from the media that caused her so much pain. Britney spears was only sixteen years old when she catapulted to stardom in nineteen ninety eight with their multi. Platinum hit baby one more time. She came across his strong young high school in her first video. She's very pretty and sexy a late teenager and that was an image that she built on over the next several years and she became one of the biggest stars in the world. Releasing one mega hit after another. Oops i did it again. In two thousand and toxic in two thousand and three within years the girl next door from kentucky louisiana had become a household name but by two thousand seven life in the spotlight seeming to take toll the young mother of two appearing to publicly struggle amidst a divorce custody battle and continued media scrutiny. Britney spears is back in the headlines in a big way this morning video. britney spears with a shaved. Head circulates over the internet the lent 'less flash of cameras. She famously took a pair of flippers to her own hair at a los angeles alone the way that she was treated by the media the way that the tabloids talked about her the way. That the pop- rodzi would leave her alone people to lash out when there's that kind of pressure on them and she did then later that year and infamous performances the mtv video music awards what seemed to be a public unraveling coming to ahead in an altercation with paparazzi in la. Go to the car. Britney britney all i'm gonna do is. I'm just going to ask you a couple of questions and then i'm gonna leave you alone and alleys coming up to me. She's like guys. Please please please please. Thousand britney inches grabbed. the umbrella. Started coming after me starts beating the passenger side of my truck we call this. Framing britney spears. One of the reasons is because. There's these frames that everyone remembers when they talk about her when she shaved her head and when she the car with an umbrella she was going out. Visiting kevin feather line at his home. The kids meant the world to britney and she wanted us here. Kids and kevin said no part of the reason we wanted to do. The film was to to pull back from that frame and show you show you. What's outside of it. And one of the things we found is that she was going through a custody battle during this time. That following year after two hospitalizations brittany's father jamie assumed control over his daughter's estate along with an outside trust think people really know conservatorship as much as attention. It's gotten in recent months. I don't think people knew that it was weird for a young person to be under one. Let alone be under one for thirteen years. Thirteen years later the court mandated conservatorship. Still in effect denying the thirty nine year old control of her estate. Prompting the question. Why if britney through her lawyer though is asking that jamie. Her father not be a part of her conservatorship. Why does jamie then still insist on being her conservative. Jamie serves as britain's conservator. Because he loves her. He wants the best for britney. Jamie's attorneys say court documents. Show that when he stepped in as conservator in two thousand eight britney's assets were only worth two point. Eight million dollars. They say he has worked with his daughter to increase her net. Worth to nearly sixty million in two thousand nineteen britney's assets were clearly being mismanaged and was being taken advantage of financially by some of those around her two thousand eight britney has released four albums. Start on a prime time show. I felt like i had a connection with you. The moment you started seeing and even hosted her own las vegas residency but she has not performed professionally since two thousand eighteen abruptly canceling her. Las vegas residency. The following year saying her dad was sick and she needs to focus on family fans now turning to the performers instagram account for behind the scenes glimpses into her life and hints about her wellbeing including dance video and messages to fans. I pulled out all of my jackets in the next day. It was really hot. It was very confusing and last november. Her attorney telling a judge. My client has informed me that she is afraid of her father adding she will not perform again if her father is in charge of her career. Can you explain why britney's lawyer is saying. She doesn't want her dad in charge of her finances anymore. Throughout twenty twenty brittany and her father had many conversations and in fact early on in the pandemic they spent two weeks with other family members. Hunker down in louisiana and they spend a lot of time together and in that time brittany never expressed those words to her father. She's never asked him to step aside. Why she then wouldn't just go onto social media and say hey guys. I don't need to be freed. Any time britney wishes to enter conservatorship. She can have her attorney file a petition to terminate it. She's never exercised this right in the past thirteen years. But for the of the freebritney movement like dustin strand the question remains what really is happening in britney's life tomorrow. We have our free pretty rally for years. Strand has traveled from phoenix to los angeles. Bree support you. We've known for a long time as conservative has been just. The next conservatorship hearing is expected in march a fight about which britney herself remains publicly

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Marvel's Wanda has a future, but 'WandaVision' fate unclear

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Marvel's Wanda has a future, but 'WandaVision' fate unclear

"The head of Marvel studios is giving only a handful of clues on the future of the Disney plus streaming series one division and other Marvel characters I'm marquees are a letter with the latest Marvel studios chief Kevin buggy tells the television critics association Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda will appear in the next doctor strange film that will come out next year he won't say whether one division will continue after the March the finale however fight he says the crossovers of Marvel characters between Disney plus series in the films will continue specifically Loki a ms Marvel how do you follow the Marvel story if you only see some of the films are only the series by geese as each film and series is supposed to be a self contained story line that both hardcore fans and newcomers can enjoy

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Discovered Wordsmiths

04:28 min | 3 d ago

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"All right. Well Kevin, welcome back to the podcast. Thanks for talking with me again before let's talk about some author stuff. And before we go back to our big discussion when you were writing your book, you've said you've written throughout your life. So when you were writing this first book that you have out and you're working on the next one's what if you learn that you're doing different. Well, I think one of the things I learned was what it is that I really like to write the most money. So yeah, I've written a lot of longer epic style fantasies and I enjoy writing those but I think what I discovered when I push myself was that I liked writing things that were a little different from that the at the end of the world is is a very different kind of book. It's definitely not Epic phone number. To see but there's a lot of magic and there's some alternate history elements to it. And when I looked at kind of what I thought I had planned to write versus what I had already actually written was that it had those elements the the alternate history and the magic wage more so than say A Game of Thrones style Epic Fantasy and I just realized oh, that's really what I like to write. I also discovered that I like to write poetry and short stories, which was something that early on. I I didn't think I could ever write a short story and I certainly don't think I could write poetry. So are you planning on releasing any poetry? I actually have I have one book very short collection out called an important Sky down. And available and in all stores that is all focused on very realist poetry. But I've got some books that I am planning to put together. They're more speculative poetry as well as eventually another collection of realist poetry. So do you think that it has hurt you at all to do the Syfy the fantasy sci-fi type and then a book of poetry cuz I know that's a big discussion a lot of others have their like, oh, I'm only doing this pen name of fantasy. And then I'm going to do this other been named with sci-fi. So it doesn't mess up the also Bots or you know, what other people like do you feel any conflict of problems with what you did? I don't between the type of fantasy that I write and the Poetry I feel like wage and my readers are probably reading widely and reading multiple genres and multiple types of things and poetry is just something that some of them will like home. I understand the the the desire and I probably actually will write under a pen name, maybe some of that Epic Fantasy because As I actually don't want to pollute what's written under my own name with an I use the word pollute which sounds degrading but but it's I don't mean it that way. I just mean that wage. Yeah, I don't want to confuse the the readers who come to Kevin J fellows looking for a certain type of fantasy with all of a sudden off some other epic or epic dark type fantasy because they're just not going to be the same readers right now. Are you going to keep those separate or you going to say Hey, you know, I write under these names with these Styles or genres or just going to be like, it's a whole nother person. I have no idea who that is. I'm going to start with that. Um, yeah. It's a whole other person that I don't know anything about them. Eventually. I can see a day where I'd say. Well, hey, I also wrote as this person birth. These books but while I'm trying to establish both, I'm going to keep them

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The story of Australia and the internet

This Week In Google

02:23 min | 3 d ago

The story of Australia and the internet

"So just to recap long tawdry story of australia and the internet so rupert murdoch who is of course australian and i you know kind of coincidentally also six hundred. He is the Well he's pretty is pretty burs very close very close. Who's love journalism refusal. He started it was his first newspaper. Australian i know he is yes yes he inherited from his father. Oh okay from kevin murdoch. And then he bought sun in brittany brought. Some venture eventually ended up in a battle with with robert maxwell and one that the sun but he built his empire first austrailia and of course now the wall street journal fox He is your post. The times of london does on a media. Baron and apparently has quite a bit of clinton loss in australia. Because he yeah. He convinced the australian parliament to consider a bill which was likely by the way to be Voted on this week and pass that would essentially Establish a link tax to companies like google and facebook co published news snippets. They would not the the value. The sent to newspapers and magazines would not be a compensated. Any way it merely the fact that they're using the content some small amount of that content in their search results or in their links That the parliament said well. We're going to say you got pay for that. Google is the first to capitulate first threatening. We're gonna we're gonna retract search. We're gonna if this passes. We're going to leave australia. Apparently they didn't either didn't work or they didn't. They lost their nerve. Because shortly thereafter they made a deal for paying some unnamed some to murdoch and other publishers thought to be fairly hefty amount of money tens of millions of dollars to the benjamins tens not hundreds tents. All right well but a two platforms times ten times five years or something. It adds up. Buddy was one of those deals where there's a face-saving going on as well because oh we're going to work together we're gonna create stuff. It's going to be a joint venture that kind of thing that i've just here go away. Take some money which is what it really probably is

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"kevin i" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on The Valleycast

"So well of making such A. Thing about mental health about all that and turning that into the joker world. owner. Loss joke. Do Okay. So you finished your thought though right like before I did I did and so in the end it Ryan. Just let him finish his thought. The. I hope you guys heard what Kevin said I think he did we just came back from another cut discords being an a hole, but it's fine. Whereabouts Connection we're about. To finish up here So. Yeah. I mean, that's those are my thoughts on it. As far as the negativity of it all in hard. But I get why Yep Yep Yep Yep don't need to say but just want. Yeah I. think that's good. Thank you to the patrons. Thank you guys for listening. This was fun Kevin I. Think you should do it more with us Yeah. I appreciate your insight on everything. You are a super talented ban and an old soul and your family. We Are we are a thank you. So I wanted to say thank you to the patrons for helping curate. Thank you for. got. One Patron? I want to be shout out to Swain Wilcutt who talked about before. As a bunch of fun. Game stuff and ask. Them. So let me bring up this and if you're watching the video about to hold up. This box, his game that he sent me called that's my nut. He makes a bunch of this stuff and you also sent me a a little prototype of movie movie game, which was really sweet to see like a physical version of it. To help provide inspiration but let me tell you about that's my nut from Swain Wilcutt really quick. Says we're talking about makers influence again, and this time added another new game to their website..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Acquired

"Was. An Amazing Program Al Gore. Was One of the CO founders and it was gonNA be well in a lot of ways. It probably was the wrong vision of Youtube, but you get connected with them. You end up getting a job offer to join as part of the founding team of current TV right and come back to the bay area. Are you thinking you're going to take this? Absolutely I mean I, you know up until meeting Kevin I had set my sights on something achieved its at my sights on something achieved. It just was very linear and I thought you know at the time I was at affects networks I'd moved onto a new new opportunity was working with the kings of content. So there was really no reason why should have left however spending two years going back and forth between San Francisco and La really showed me the stark. Differences between what was happening in Silicon Valley during that renaissance period and what was happening in Hollywood and they were two diametrically opposed stories. You know now they've merged into one, but there is no net flicks Amazon or apple there were you know it was obviously there was, but they weren't into content creation and yet I would absorb a lot from Kevin and figured out that even though I grew up near Silicon Valley and a small beach town called Santa Cruz. Idea what was going on I sort of missed the the boom and the bust and learning from Kevin not you know there's there's a place where you can go and create ideas of move really quickly in velocity is always been an attribute that I have prioritized that I really value. So I sort of felt like I was. I was in the wrong industry by because I was such a kind of a in a way of rule follower I thought well. The Organization Kid, right? Yeah. Exactly. All a move to San Francisco my parents you know my family and very close my family's that'd be great engaged. So that was sort of the impetus of okay. We're GONNA move forward with life here and I will find a job where my skill set matches, but it also has influence from TAC and so. I got this offer and it was super low. I mean it wasn't going to be a senior member of the team because again, I'm still only five years into my work career like. So as going to be like a mid level executive on the start up team and..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Between my laptop in corporate and looking at I was blown away by the numbers of a I I am the were. My Work Laptop is the biggest load under network and my work laptop file shares are the biggest amount of data moving in and out of the house right now. That makes sense though it does but I wouldn't have I wouldn't have thought about it. I wouldn't have thought about from that point of view now good good that you know that. Kinda no I I'd like some more reporting like that. Just Kinda. See the. Big problem with the bid defender boxes, it doesn't give that kind of granularity. It's so simple. Don't get that kind of regularity I want to show Kevin before we before we head out I, want to show we we did have a couple this is The first time that I have been that I've shared show notes. And so couple couple comments. Here's here's a look at what we're looking at Joe had jumped in a notepad plus plus. Is Right as a text kind of a text editing code writing. Standard Rights got some tools that use at Kevin I, use it a bit but So several of our once again, the company I was surprised at the number of our customers that include that in their builds We've got a couple of medical companies that that is the the note pad package that ships with their system. So it it, it's very well done and a a a very good package..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

07:23 min | 7 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Conferences have started to notice that back to that phone thing with Samsung being tied in. With Microsoft, pretty heavily, there was announcement that Samsung reminders are going to sink with Microsoft to do lists Don. Allison. You're going to start to see more synergy across that platform D-. At work, we're using Microsoft teams for a lot of our activity and. I catch myself constantly looking at whether it's project management or teams in in the ability to track a project but can I really boil it down to individual tasks or action items and from developer's conference? I can see were a Microsoft to do is going to be one of the routes they're looking at to be able to boil down tasks out of teams and pop into a to do list. and. Then there's another new technology from Microsoft called Microsoft planner. which is kind of the glue to go in between Microsoft Project Microsoft teams, a lot of these other functions and there is a strong. Push with inside of Microsoft to have to do be the focal point of task management for all those items so. And then Microsoft will kill it and we'll be pissed off. I don't I don't think. So I don't think onto. That's a pretty basic it's GonNa get teams integration. You know the direction is to move everything into teams Yup and and so You know an actually the integration with the office products like word and. Excel and some of those inside teams not bad. Not Perfect yet, but not bad. It actually works pretty well this week we got the roll out for the more. So now we can have nine. I, think it's nine windows and we can get oh, the window the video pops out it used to stay inside teams now pops out and so we're we're a teams where teams customer a Gallup in I it took me a while to figure out like, okay. Where's the window going like? I had a call going and then the window is gone. And and they continue to make pretty rapid improvements to it. Kevin I. Think this is one I. don't see them and maybe in maybe so I don't know I do see them. We're Kinda role in this into the Microsoft three, sixty five or the office three, sixty five or whatever they're calling it these. family of a products and it probably staying as the to do feature for those for a while. So I don't this is one I could be wrong but this may be around for a while. Yeah and I think because you know the thing with past products like this, they never seem to. Be embraced by the developers who build the glue that goes between all these other products and this one does so I think I think from that point of view it could be it could be a good link-up tie that way. Yeah I'm. As much as I'm a nerd I still am a paper notes guy and I cannot. When push comes to shove I'm having that kind of pushing and shoving week for whatever reason. It's just that week where push came to shove. I go back to paper I just can't I don't I don't know what is about not being able to visualize it in my own brain when it's digital. And I just I'm more effective on paper and it maybe it's just the way I grew up or it's because I'm old or I I don't know I'm not saying don't you by the way this is not like everybody should still be on paper. This is not one of those if you can do it digitally. I have just tried for twenty five years to make the digital jump in I just can't do I can do some of it. But when it's when when when the pressure's on. I go right back to paper and and it's just it's. For me, it's just easier to do. So I have a laundry list here some notes on the back I always keep pad on my desk just I just have one in anytime I need something I need to take notes I do have I, do have a sticky note from windows if you haven't used their sticky notes in a while. I do have a sticky note on my desk. That's got a bunch of notes on it. That's got my daily routine. You know I get. There's some things I do I check youtube I, check our I promote our webcasts. I. Post to event bride is scheduled streak like there's some things I do and that's on a sticky note on my on my computer and now works out really well. To do stuff. I kind of just WANNA, check it off and say. He says I think we're just old. And that is that's true in a Lotta ways but Kevin, have you found six movin moving over to digital to do? you know as you're talking about that I I'm back on paper again I I go back and forth with it Good Segue to talk about a topic that I didn't want to talk about. But Microsoft has the new surface duo device coming out, and if I was more of a road warrior than I used to be I, I would love to have one of those to experiment with and when I think of the Times that I was very paperless. I had a small tablet or You know did everything in in notes but every time I look at that saying I go God I'd love to play with that. But for fifteen hundred dollars I'll build myself a really cool gaming desktop. Oh I'd love to see how well like it have to APPs running on that. But for fifteen hundred dollars, I'm going to build a cruel gaming desktop. Yeah you you kind of have to don't you I mean now to be fair, the fifteen, hundred dollars two, hundred and fifty six version right here. That is fourteen hundred dollars. Sorry. Finish. Laughing is I'M GONNA put I'm. Going to put a joke on top of your joke up it up. All Right Oh my God fourteen hundred or fifteen hundred dollars. And you don't get the Pan he's still have to buy the pen separate. It's we've been there's been a bunch of conversation going on twitter about this in our groups and A. Everybody's kind of been like your ex fifteen hundred box for that. I think I think. It's a little jump the shark moment for Yeah Microsoft. Don't you think now this being said I bet at Christmas, you can get these for nine nine. That's if it was. If it was something under thousand, it would be much much more. and. The this is the kind of thing that if the Microsoft stores hadn't of closed covert and everything else I have to go play with this because even though I can see some use case for it, I'm getting Kinda. Hung up on account. They showed the picture with you having it set sideways with virtual keyboard on it. So you're you're using it kind of like a little laptop and.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

Seek Outside Podcast

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

"I find that jumping up. Fifty seventy five times with load on the back. You know can give me a pretty quick idea if it's going to stay stable there. So, those are things I. think he can do pretty quickly to just check like is this load going stay? Is My belt going to do the job for me? Right? Without having to go. Course at tight of course, if you get into ridiculous loads. You know three three quarters of your body weight and more I. Think all bets are kind of off You can also jostle load really quickly when you get it on and check with the your load distributions good and also if you're compressions tight, anything starts slopping. Then, you need to get it fixed. So that's another thing Kevin I. Either one of us can put a pack on. And within a minute, tell you if it's going to be comfortable for. Of Three Mile pack out or if it is going to be terrible and we need to take something. So I think that's something that comes with experience but again. If you know the mechanics of what it takes to make this comfortable. You can tell what's breaking down and you know how to fix it. You know how to adjust it and you know you can make it better. Yeah and I I can't reiterate that enough is just trying trying things loading it up maybe wrong reloading it upright and seeing how those two. Carrying the exact same wait how that feels completely different. So you can identify that in the field when you get those exact same feelings in you have. Some processes in place that will help you mitigate what's going on. Yup. One other thing. That I would say help. and this isn't backpack theater distribution or anything, but I really liked trekking poles for packing heavy loads. I mentioned in the video I wanna I WANNA get it in here too because I think it's important. if you're going up hill with trekking poles, you can use arm and shoulder strength to help propel yourself. If your side hilling dead fall Iraqi traverses, things like that. you've got better balance if you're using. Trekking Poles. In the big one for me is going downhill on a hard descent like you're stepping off of rocks and things like that. And I weigh one, ninety, one, hundred pounds on my back. I've probably got another twenty or thirty pounds of you know noculars and clothes and boots and all this so. You know I've got. A lot of weight coming down on my right knee as I'm stepping off this boulder well, with tracking cold I can reach out by before I, take that step. And I can absorb that weight with my arms and shoulders and ease into it with my knee and You do that a couple thousand times on descent and it really makes a difference. Really, makes you more stable and and save your legs and your knees. Now is that is that only because you're turning forty that you're recommending that or I I use those when I was a lot younger I, mean it's just like It's the difference in the two wheel drive trucks in a four wheel drive truck and. Some people get by with two wheel drive just fine. I've got four wheel drive because I use it. You know there's places I can go with four wheel drive that I can't with two wheel drive. No. Yeah. What is about him getting older is that wake keeps creeping up Yeah I know the first. Avenue. Now I. Think, the kids are responsible for that. The fraud. I really liked the four wheel drive analogy for tracking polls I..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"A couple miscarriages. And we were struggling matured. Yeah Kevin I had. Yeah, you know we had We had children when we are older because of the conviction in our our hearts from God that that we wanted to see if got anymore children for us and After I I mean shoot. After Anna I really didn't think that I would have anymore. I was older I was. it was. So surprising to have had anna afterward But I had had one miscarriage and we shared that with the congregation. because we had announced that we were pregnant and then I had another miscarriage back to back. So I had gotten pregnant just the next month. And I miscarried that one and Mike was one of very few we didn't tell anybody but mike did no can I didn't tell him but Kevin did so he knew. So. I don't Wanna say that someone so cruel as to really not think about that question to a woman who you who her husband shared with you, and then you're going to ask her if you're parts are working, will we had there had been some time that we hadn't had a child you know or announced a pregnancy. So that's what he was wanting to know is that We're going to have any more kids. I, which is just Unbelievable I. You know I was so taken back. And I just that. Tony was very nervous about it. He's like you know he was kind of like driving as fast as I can. You know I don't even think I really answered Mike. What is woman to say You know I'm not broken. I'm not I I wasn't really. So, upset with then in if I had been really. Hurt by it, I would have gone to Mike instead you know that was really hurtful of you. And but there's a big spider con. Fun Guy was just here. NEXICO, there's. You know what? I thought about it. I just thought you know. How can you so flippantly ask a question? and. Especially to one that you knew that this couple..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:18 min | 9 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"I said. Wow like we're really getting off track. And I was thinking, but not only was I thinking it the people in the film they were thinking the same thing enough that they said Lemme, send him a message and say hey. Did you see this kind of relates to the film that we resisted that? That was something else that surprise me. He has as as I watched the news each. A OUT! Certain stories are unfolding or soon certain injustices done to. Different groups and types of people you can see that the subject matter of the documentary the book. Is, very important it's. It's very timely very timely. This is really exciting I would you know hope that all of those that were involved in the project would continuing the project, and maybe there's something later that you can do that. That ends up saying. He now based on ten years down the road. Here's something else that we found that you. You know you can continue to do more research that is done because I think that this is going to be really important from. You took the certain years. Those were nineteen seventies or sixties. Now you can take A. Turn of the century kind of thing. Yeah, yes, that's the. This is something that happened in twenty twenty. Compared to nine, hundred, seventy or Major differences and you can look at different significant changes so i. think you have something going here. That's going to be very very important to a lot of historians and to a lot of sleep better in. I think that this is going to be really important and I'm going to definitely want to follow this as well because this is. In my world of helping people in making changes things with what I do in. The lay person of psychology. Immune. I don't have a degree, but this is something that I find really important in helping people want to be a part of so Kevin I wrote WanNa. Follow this in stay. Say Stay abreast of what you're doing and I definitely want to help with whatever you whatever you're doing to get that message out there so that it continues to help broaden people's minds in the ability to make an impact that is really positive in the lives of our communities and our nation, and hopefully globally I'd like to see a huge. one thing I wanted to add about. The book is when I started to. Write the book based on the documentary. One thing I kept in mind. Was I have a lot of nieces and nephews and when I look at. You know the younger generation they some of them may not really want to read a three hundred page book or two hundred fifty page book so I made sure that I condensed it.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Talk Like a Leader

Talk Like a Leader

04:34 min | 9 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Talk Like a Leader

"Of combined professional and military experience in consulting coaching and training in areas like team in interaction, dynamics, communication, strategies and tactics as well as emotional intelligence. Take it away, Guy. I welcome to the talk like leader guest in this league's episode. We're going to discuss the importance of how you frame a problem and my guest. Today is my friend colleague. Co Author Kevin I can vary. As Oh he's been with us before and say hey. Welcome to the PODCAST. Hey, guy. I'm glad to be back and I think I'm coming back again. I! Think we're going to do this again. That's right and so one of the things just for those of you listening to remind you. Kevin is a leadership author podcast host coach consult trainer. He's worked with companies of all different sizes, individuals leaders. So much experienced leadership world, it'd be really powerful and important to have somebody like on the guest to talk about this topic, which is how you frame a problem, so it has the first question Kevin. When we talk about how you frame a problem. What exactly does that mean how you frame a problem? Well before we can solve a problem. We have to have a clear picture or a clear description of the problem statement right, and so if all of us are looking at the problem differently, it becomes very different difficult for us to have the same clear picture of the problem so trying to solve a different problem. Let's take the old story right of the blind people and the elephant, so if I'm if I'm one blind person. Person and I'm feeling the side of the elephant. It feels like the elephant is a wall. If I'm someone who's holding onto the trunk of the elephant, it feels like something different. Nfl I'm feeling the leg of the elephant. It feels like something else, and so if the three of those people were to try to solve a problem, related to elephants is not going to be very successful, because buried different frames of reference or context. For the elephant, or in our case or the problem, so our job as a leader. If we're going to try to help solve problems, we got to get everyone to have the same rame. To start with, and probably where we're headed is we gotta make sure as a leader that we're not prejudging the frame too much either. As a really good point, but the power of Halloween's leaders talk about it, and how we position it when when we propose it that people can really significantly. Either positively or negatively impact how the team comes together. The person comes along with our perspective or what? We're trying to do.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Party heard on Wednesday nights and boy. Kevin I gotTa tell you. It's my favorite moment of each and every week. Are You doing God? All things considered so yeah. How are things looking in Ohio? As many states across the nation starting to ease up on those restrictions in order to hopefully get the economy's back up and running again. We'll we'll see you know it's one of those things that it's Been slower to ease them up and I think that's because they're they're they're they're they're seeing what happens with other states but they got some dates. Everything's still sort of pretty locked down here but I gotTa admit you know there's a lot of it is is more about a consumer confidence to see whether people actually are comfortable going places sometimes. Yeah because this is definitely whether we want to admit it or not. It's definitely had psychological toll on her. Well respectful shark. He's definitely but you know everything right now. Everything of the house is good. You know I got. I got my son running out to get doughnuts. That's a good thing donuts. I mean those are as a necessity. Little Bear Claw does a body. Good as opposed to those murder warrants. Have you seen that? Have you seen? They're not in person. But are you kidding me? These these serious. They look like they looked like bad special effects from from like nineties movie. Exactly what I said. Yeah I mean. They're so huge. You're like what did you do make those plastic and honestly it's one of those things where somebody's like. Well if you see what you see one the I'm gone. I'm like leaving the states. You forget.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Graham and Kevin I would love to help with your at home teaching efforts by offering free adventures rush revere series books to you while our supplies last we always hold back supplies for things like this now it's been a long time since I've talked about the adventures of rush revere series somebody give you a little recap again for those of you who know the story of been here awhile I beg your indulgence because every day people listening in this program for the first time some years ago we realize that there was a real void of accurate truthful patriotic engaging American history being taught to young people so we set out on a mission to write American history adventures that made American history fun for young paper people not just a fact based recitation of statistics engaged we devised a system to actually take the reader back into that aspect of American history we were focusing on have them learn it by actually being there steadiest memorizing boring facts for a test we wanted young readers to really experience history up close it understand the most incredible story the founding of the United States of America one of the most incredible stories in all of mankind the founding of the United States and by teaching it might actually be an athlete events that shape the country so how do we do it we created the the vehicle of time travel we created the magic of time travel via an incredibly funny snarky smart aleck horse named liberty we created a substitute teacher named rush revere who owned the horse liberty although liberty didn't feel owned rush revere was a substitute teacher at a middle school now liberty can only time travel to events in American history liberty could not do anything electrical liberty could not go to the future liberty can only go two things in the past it was a lightning strike that did something to liberty that made liberty able to time travel and so various students from the rush revere middle school would be let in on the secret and they would time travel back to various incidents in American history in each one of these was one of the books in the series in the first book rush revere and the brave pilgrims rush revere and liberty and a crew of young readers land on the deck of the Mayflower they learn about the exciting voyage to the New World I learned what it was really about how difficult it really was where it really came from why it happened in the first place liberty is a course cracking jokes about the poop deck you know what the public was not even over the phone I guess well the liberty found out about it and thought it was very funny young readers get to meet and talk the George Washington Benjamin Franklin Abigail Adams women the women of our founding are prominently featured in the rusher here series we donated what's the copies to various schools home schoolers and we've heard from teachers and readers all over the world sharing their stories about which adventures they like the most once more often than not writing to say how thrilled they are to see their kids reading and enjoying American history for the first time because fox these books because the invention of time travel with liberty and the kids being able to ride liberties back back into time they're actually there is a man's yeah we don't make a living out but we don't lie about anything we don't create and then go down to the gender we just want kids to learn the absolute truth as they can understand it in this age group about the founding of America five books in the series every one of them number one New York times bestsellers they have been approved by xcelerated readers they have received countless five star reviews thank you are you even when you got your believers I even won a children's author of the year award a short time back in nearly shut down the event in New York when I actually showed up to accept it now the books are geared for eight to twelve year olds but we've heard from people much younger and much older who love the books one it's amazing there are adults who read these books who have told us we didn't know that about some event in the founding of America which doesn't surprise us at all the founding of this country is something that for the longest time has not been properly taught there's been a war going on in this country the longest time to reshape it to cast the founding is a racist sexist bigoted homophobic events that America's unjust immoral buys virtual existence very little existence that America has no moral authority because our original sin of slavery and our denial of women the right to vote so America has no moral authority the world we're in a constant battle and people have not been from the youngest I just taught the truth and that's what we thought the correct so here's the deal while you're all hunkered down at home and wondering how to keep your kids engaged let me encourage you to read or re read the adventures of rush revere series now these are free we're offering free versions in order.

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"kevin i" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Welcome to all Kevin Friday where we take the audio from one of our remarkable TV episodes and put it here for you on the podcast hope you enjoy them you can look at the videos all of the past ones at blog dot Kevin I can vary dot com slash video but for now on with the podcast being welcome to remarkable TV. Today we're talking about the word fine are you ready well let's get started podcast we're here each week to talk about leadership teamwork organizational culture and human potential with experts from every walk of life the best selling author coach trainer and consultant to leaders for nearly twenty five years. This episode is sponsored by Kevin's upcoming book the Long Distance Leader Rules for remarkable remote leadership order your copy today at remarkable podcast dot com forward slash one of the things I've noticed is that the word fine has an interesting sort of connotation in our lives most of the time when we don't want to change rush book welcome to the remarkable leadership podcast hi I'm Kevin I can bury and I'm here to help you reach your potential as a leader and a human the time to investigate further here's the point that I wanna make I want to spend the rest of our time now talking about how to deal with life our goal is to help you become the remarkable leader and human being you were born to be your host is Kevin I can bury a leadership thought leader is fine enough now you might ask that directly you don't want to ask that it in an accusatory way but in a curious way so I'm glad things are fine but is that really probably less than what they want it to be and probably means something else might need to happen now I will say this that if your spouse says it's fine you might now might not nine okay we need we really need to clarify which kind of find it is is it really okay or is it less than awesome right and so this. I'm betting you are to you had someone say to you that it's fine they're wanting to stop the conversation but it's really not fine it's really less than what it could be and here's a way to think about this if you're married or have a significant other or even a parent and they say things and you ask them some say well no it's fine what does that mean this is that always good now it could be it could be really is fine but oftentimes and the person on the other side of the camera is chuckling as I say and probably the bigger reason why I'm sharing here is that they apply when we're trying to influence or help other people make a change and oftentimes they'll say well it's fine just they're fine is really just their way of saying don't want to change anything right now thank you very much then what can you do three ideas number one ask as a good thing we say it like we won't don't want really more conversation to happen right we use it as a word to kind of stop the conversation but it's fine really what we want that's the question and something we say things are fine and the question is find is a word of relativity right and so the question is is fine always the way it is and it's their way of saying I don't really want to change anything so if that's where you're at if you're trying to determine where it really is or if you're sure the point that I want to make here is that you can apply the ideas of ministry with you in a couple of ways we can apply them in our relationships into our communication to understand where someone else is but they also apply all you want is fine enough is fine enough great question next question another way to add this or perhaps as a follow up what would make it better okay it's great that it's fine but how could it be better than fine or as they say in the south how could it be more better than and like how can we make it better than just okay better than fine better than good what would make it better if you were going to change it what would you do to make it even matter the question the point is you're trying to get beyond fine you're trying to get beyond and past that place of it's sort of okay it's comfortable etc whether it's for a relationship or a change situation if we're thinking about it in a change situation and we hear fine our I thought should be fine it doesn't mean perfect fine is now in our way perhaps we need to get ourselves and others past settling asked a comfort zone and past complacency right so regardless of what your feelings are about fine fine can keep us from better and can keep us from the best and so if we WANNA help influence change in ourselves or others we gotta look carefully at the word fine see whether it's helping us or it's in our way let me close with today's tweet the next time someone says something is fine make sure they aren't settling I welcome to the remarkable later thus to be inspired to be informed to be educated and for us to pour into you to help you become reaching your potential just exactly what we said unleashing your remarkable potential every Monday morning it's free you can sign up all the information here please do that please come back next week further episode of remarkable for less than what they want speaking of things that are fine what you have in your inbox every Monday morning is probably fine but it could be better if you signed up for our Monday morning newsletter called unleashing your remarkable potential it has two or three articles that has something just for fun and it has a way to keep connected you think.

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"kevin i" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Welcome to all Kevin Friday where we take the audio from one of our remarkable TV episodes and put it here for you on the podcast. Hope you enjoy you can look at the videos all of the past ones at blog dot Kevin I can vary dot com slash video but for now on with the podcast I welcome to the remarkable leadership podcast. We're here each week to talk about leadership teamwork organizational culture and human potential with experts from every walk of life life. Our goal is to help you become the remarkable leader and human being you were born to be your host is Kevin. I can bury a leadership thought leader the best selling author coach trainer and consultant to leaders for nearly twenty five years. This episode is sponsored by Kevin's upcoming book the Long Distance Leader Rules for remarkable remote leadership order your copy today at remarkable podcast dot com forward slash rush book welcome to the remarkable leadership podcast hi I'm Kevin I can vary and I'm here to help you reach your potential as a leader and human mm-hmm and being welcome to remarkable TV today. We're talking about garden weeds and what we can learn from them. Are you ready..

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"kevin i" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Doughboys

"But I was the first to sip from it. And it was chunks getting caught in the straw. So that made it difficult. So Kevin I were doing this move of we were using the straw a little bit like as a spoon, and I've ordered a shake their one time before and it was a racist PC's shake, and it was I had to ask for a spoon. They need to be served with spoons. Yeah. I think that would there's more of a soft serve. It It was was almost almost like like a a book. like a blizzard blizzard. It was it was it was it was very very once it softened up because it because it ended up between Kevin. And I as its as it melted. A little bit. It was super easy to through found the shake to be tasty. And also once it became flaccid easier to suck. I maybe still all the chunks for me. I can I can suck the chunk out anything. So that might have been that might have been the issue. There's the sound bite. Gonna end up in a draw. I use I use the I used the thin straw. I took my thins your own straw. Use. My own strategy get anything through that. There was a lot. I was there was a lot of sucking going in. And I I actually finally did get something out of their Nick. You're very good at sucking. I'm surprised that you didn't get anything out of there. We're both good at sucking Nobis. I thought it was good. I thought it was good shake. Yeah. Not bad. Just just a little just a little thick and as the taste drink price point. I think is a little high. It's it's nine fifty right? That's a little high. Yeah. Yeah. It's like a cold stone. But you know, what when you think about all these prices by and put them into movie price terms, right? Then maybe it's not that. Because. Sodas can be five fifty for a large soda or something discussing in our drive from the theater to the house is discussing with Nick that at a so we're AMC A-List. So which is like, they're they they're movie past like subscription service. So we didn't pay we we did we pay a subscription monthly. But these tickets Dinan tickets are included. So we didn't pay the.

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"kevin i" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"kevin i" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Groups are ready on me we and great open groups he's, got your family and your friends or your private groups, and you've got your open, groups for, all your, constituencies the things that you love the hobbies. The politics whatever it is for you It's all, there on me we already, we've already, got almost, two million members and yes Kevin I. Know you're gonna ask me this yes. There are no ads we don't. Have any spyware we don't mess up. Your news feed you see everything? In timeline order we don't. Decide what's important to you you decide what's important to you Yeah Yeah I get tired of that nanny approach. That so pervasive in? Facebook You know I. Left home decades ago I don't need you determine what. I wanna see. What I wanna read it's really offensive. It's very arrogant to be perfectly honest but he talk. A little, bit about how I'm sorry Go ahead But everything has to have a. Revenue model you're not doing it just because you load the way the other fight for. Doing it there's gotta be a business side to it what the, revenue model because this is after all a, bizzare, sell listen other countries. Capitalist entrepreneur I'm one of the guys who invented social media and, you know really great entrepreneurs are doing well by doing. Good things and so this is all this is doing well by. Doing good there's a whole revolution in the world called. Conscious capitalism and one of our advisers rise to soda is one of the founders of this. Worldwide movement so, of course we have a great, revenue model but it's really based on, traditional capitalism capitalism and democracy always went together and they're not about spying on people that was always carry. Or communism so our business model is taking care of our customer are members of, customers to sir that data. To sell and then we have everything you need. Is free then we have. Some great Optional features so if you want a super encrypted chat like what's that product only. Without the tracking what's after we've got secrets rat on top are already great chat, if you want to me. We business page or a fan page it's a. Dollar ninety nine a month You know if if you want. Great cool customer emojis they're, ninety nine cents a, pack but. Everything you need. Everything I've talked..

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"kevin i" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kevin i" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Nine let us go to kevin in moscow kevin i was drinking some of your vodka last night the patinkin vodka i keep in my freezer i had some last night as i was preparing for this program and it was delicious thank you again for that you're welcome wondering well well usually i just drink it usually i just drink because that's such a good vodka usually i just drink it straight up chilled but yesterday i did put a little because i one kind of a summary zest to it so i did put a little club soda and a little lime in there but normally that's a vodka that's so good i normally wouldn't mix it with anything okay you're doing the right thing by keeping it in the freezer but crime oh really okay i like the okay i will longtime coupon shopping today so we'll pick up some is on sale and i can't believe that but you know where i live of yours but it is the same stuff and you were speaking about cigars before and if i knew that cuban cigar would've brought some too because here but i actually got up on my wife sits in her man went to kill a couple of years ago and we still have them yeah well i think there are a lot easier to get now than they used to be even a few a few years ago but i know you're you're far too generous says it is kevin i appreciate you listening and certainly appreciate the the vodka joining the always you take care of some of the people and keep up the good work very thank you very much kevin.

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"kevin i" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"kevin i" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"All this year mo car on my next movie will be starring kevin i'm mean from the famous k rock sherri another gooey morning who need that stress if you don't mind how will begin at the beginning it's a new day let's get going three.

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"kevin i" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kevin i" Discussed on Channel 955

"Kevin i had heard that they were going to require all pet carriers to have like hot pink tags on khumalo are you kidding me you actually need that i don't know i guess i do i do you feel for some of the people that my friends said do work for the airlines because they say it's really really difficult to work for the airlines nowadays with the amount of people that are bringing pets on planes well i think airline employees in general get treated very poorly i mean i see travelers treat them just horribly done talking about this specific instance in that case the the woman's pet carrier was too big to fit underneath the seat in front of them that they should just kicked her off the flight before that happened or if that happens i am not putting my like i feel like i didn't hear anybody say if that were me i would have been like well i'm not putting my dog on the overhead bin i would rather no my answer is no i'm either not gonna do that or i'm not gonna fly on this way and when they first when that incident first happened united center i'm sorry there was also a language berry that may have added to the confusion they tried to make it sound like maybe the passengers had a problem speaking english you can just point to the dog i don't know the language barrier was with the flight attendant and that's why they word it the way they did they are saying that it was the flight attendant they couldn't understand the passenger trying to explain they had the dog in there and other passengers.

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