23 Burst results for "Kokomo"

"kokomo" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"kokomo" Discussed on What's Good Games

"And then i can bring it up. But the witch queen stuff isn't happening until february. Twenty two hundred eighty two on everything. Doug worry of two thousand twenty two. This is spring next. Year is also supposed to have What's it called. Elden ring supposed to coming spring next year. And there's also another big game happening in q. One twenty twenty two. It's going to be stacked next year. Breath of the wild hasn't even gotten us released. It'll probably be like a week or so around horizon. April happened last time. Yeah let's see how will definitely be going for horizon over a january for sure. We have elden ring. Kokomo legends are chaos february horizon forbidden west destiny which rain saints row. And then you know. We saw breath the wild in there somewhere. It's going to be great. Be wild breath of the wild. Prepare your wallet everybody Start saving your pennies now. Kids all right. Well i think that's going to do it for our episode for this week. Thank you so much everybody for tuning in and being part of our a fantastic community here at. What's good games as we mentioned earlier. If you wanna throw us a five star review that helps us out a lot. We'll be turning the patriots back on next week so if you haven't yet a calendar reminder to head on over on september first patriot dot com slash. What's good games. Now may be the time to do so. Thank you everybody for listening. Enjoy your weekend by everybody john. Just turn that bitch off took head off island..

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3 children dead in Miami County house fire

Retire Safe Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

3 children dead in Miami County house fire

"County Stanley reports their mother called Miami. Cuddy, dispatched early Saturday morning to see the kids were trapped by heavy smoke in the home across the Howard County line north of Kokomo, police, firefighters and paramedics attempted to resuscitate them. But all three died after being taken to hospitals. One year old Wilma, five year old Stephen, and six year old miracle Gingrich. Early evidence indicates the mother Laura Gingrich was downstairs when she smelled smoke but was unable to reach the kids on the set. In floor. The state fire marshal in state police are assisting local police and fire agencies. Stanley or 90, Free

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He's nominated, but a judge could become the first LGBT Q Cabinet secretary approved by the Senate. Is a live look for you. Downtown Indianapolis looking West guy a lot of clouds overhead, but sounds like sun shines and store. Yes, Stephanie. It sounds like a really nice day. Yeah, temperatures today, starting off Not too bad in the mid thirties, And that's because, as you mentioned, we are starting off with a bit of cloud cover eventually will decrease our cloud cover chances today and see a bit more Sunshine's That's going to help you start temperatures pretty much. The mid thirties. It's where we started off daybreak this morning, Low thirties right now, so we're shaving off a few degrees as we're losing a bit of cloud cover 33 downtown 29 up in South Bend, 29 in Chicago, 37 degrees and Evansville to start off our Monday morning and everybody is starting off dry, at least for right now we're going to continue to remain dry through the day today, Tracker's showing mainly cloud cover here in central Indiana and shower activity, saying well south of the state of Indiana itself, so we're not going To see any of the rain we're seeing and Kentucky and Tennessee right now that will shift towards the East and take the cloud cover We're seeing right now, alongside, with it. Decreasing cloud cover through the rest of the morning Through the afternoon hours. I would anticipate maybe a few high thin clouds otherwise, partly to mostly sunny skies take us through the remainder of the day today, so it's really shaping up to be a bright start. To our work week here. Today's forecast is called for high temperatures to warm into the upper thirties. This afternoon. High temp at around 36 degrees by noon, 35 high temperature by five at about 37. That's where most of us fall through this afternoon. 33 Coco Mon 35 in Lafayette, 36 downtown 35 in Greencastle this evening. Partly cloudy skies with overnight lows falling into the mid twenties approaching midnight tonight with overnight lows. Continuing the slip into the low twenties, so kind of a cold start to say morning, but it should be a bright start. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds temperatures tomorrow We'll make the rebound into the mid thirties there, E five and Indianapolis, 33 South Bend Low thirties also in Chicago, 42 degrees and Evansville in here's our Future cast model again. Nothing really to notable on our model through the morning through the afternoon as well. We will eventually start to see cloud cover increase, and that's with our next approaching system. That is going to potentially bring us a little bit of accumulating snow 35 tomorrow in Indianapolis, 32 up in Kokomo, mid thirties in Lafayette, and here's our picture. Come one say we start off with the potential of a light mix in a few spots, and that's actually going to continue as we head through the afternoon. Come Wednesday light snow showers around through the morning hours that will continue through about 12 o'clock in the afternoon. Once we get a bit closer to the evening commute will decrease that opportunity. First no showers and actually precipitation in general, and we should begin to dry out late Wednesday and our snowfall accumulation map really Nothing too impressive. Coming out of this affords of around to happen and cheer in Indianapolis a lot of the grassy surfaces picking up on some of that snow on the areas along I 70 especially west of downtown about an inch of snow, but that's really about it for us here commit week. Temperatures over the next few days is well. She remained just below the seasonal high, most of us in the thirties through mid week and then we get gradually closer to 40 degrees Thursday and Friday. Chapman heating and cooling eight day forecast has shown it on this quiet pattern for us here, especially over the extended forecast 38 degrees Thursday by Friday. Temperatures in the upper thirties to near 40. We should have a dry into the week and we're starting off right now. This upcoming weekend with a light makes early on come Saturday. Otherwise we'll see a transition over into all snow showers. During the day are all rain showers rather, during the day on Saturday, then Sunday cloudy skies with temperatures early next week, warming to the mid forties roadways. This one thing, Okay, Very quiet. Would you have one issue on the city's North East Sider northeast of downtown? Otherwise, this picture near I 70 at 65 looks great for commuters Right now. We haven't.

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"kokomo" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"kokomo" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

"Hand is not going to be fifteen when you need to evolve fifteen with items so you may want to start hoarding. These little bit succumb come level. Forty one you could just knock all these fucking out. I i i have plenty of items. I typically keep you know five or so of the regular stuff ten you ten. That's typically what. I keep on hand but you may want to adjust that to make it easier. Come over forty one and then finally us two hundred berries to help catch kokomo on a berries have been a hot topic lately. You need two hundred just for this so plan accordingly stock up on berries you may wanna start holding onto them so that way you know you hit level forty one. You could start immediately using pine apps in raspberries on every single catch to help you get through the so forty two as a lot of stuff that you can prepare for. That has a lot of parts. it's a lot. It's definitely a lot of moving parts. Checkoutigt dot media the links in the description. So that way he. Can you know exactly what you have to do. But there's definitely a lot going on for level. Forty two forty three and forty four. There's not much you can really do to prepare. It's all stuff that you kind of have to do in the moment. A lot of gpl stuff all that good stuff but once you hit forty five. One of the tasks is purify hundred shadow pokemon. This is a lot and you also have to do you know defeat grunts and all that stuff so you're going to be acquiring a lot of shadow poke mon as you go but if you want to get and you know do this efficiently start saving all of your low start us. Cost purification is now like all your zoo bats and stuff that only cost a thousand to purify. You might as well start holding onto those now so having to spend three thousand five thousand. Start us to purify the stuff. You're getting in real time. You could just trash that shit and purify your zoo. Bats for thousand saving.

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"E. B C The page left. I'm sorry. Did I hear something about overnight Freeze Weather service in Indianapolis has said that much of the state will be under a freeze. Morning. Come on Friday morning from two AM until 10 a.m.. Now It's gonna warm up pretty decently after that, and the weekend doesn't look too bad. We're talking about daytime temperatures. Upper fifties low sixties and that's awesome Fall weather that's outdoor beer drinking weather. But we are going to hit the thirties and it's going to be pretty cold Freeze warning in effect for 2 A.m. until 10 A.m. for much of the state of Indiana. So when you wake up tomorrow, you have to get up early. For whatever reason, you might have to get the ice scraper out for the very first time and there's nothing I hate more than thawing out the car. Whether you just started up and let it run or yes, Scrape it off or whatever, Just a big pain in the rear end and I have too much crap in my garage. We can only fit one way have Ah, two car garage and too much kids crap. We have like a full Tent in there right now. Get like a motorized little four wheel John Deere Gator. I've got just grills just crap everywhere. So it looks like I'm breaking out the ice scraper tomorrow before it comes to work. Have you seen this commercial for the Kokomo Police department? This is brilliant. No, I'm sad, but this is brilliant. And I'm not mad at them. One bit. So the Kokomo the city of Kokomo is recruiting I MPD officers in response to the passing of prop 2 37. There's a new commercial television commercial. There might be some radio ads to they're going to start airing in the Indianapolis market here pretty soon. I want you to take a listen here is one of the 32nd ads that Coca Mo.

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Again this morning, Certain Christmas to the air out there there is, You might even need the heater on in the car. I don't know It's all on you, Stephanie meet. I'll let you know how the roads are going with traffic in a minute. First forecast with terror that gets to deliver the news of where we are now where we're ahead of the rest of the day. Yeah, definitely grab that police this morning and get out the door. I needed it and I did kind of turn the heat on. That's a little chilly, and it looks like it's okay. You look like you're embarrassed by it. Cars generating heat anyway by then, and tonight, temperatures will be even colder than what they are this morning, so fall like feel out there. We'll take a look at temperatures where they are right now. 49 degrees in Kokomo, 50 and Munsey in Richmond. It's 55 degrees right now, in Indianapolis and 51 degrees currently in Greencastle is we take a live look outside our speedway camera towards downtown Indianapolis. We've got mostly Your conditions out there right now in temperatures and speedway coming in right now at about 55 degrees, satellite and radar, not too much to talk about at all. We've got high pressure to the north and west of us, and that's going to keep us high and dry. Not only for the day today but also heading into the weekend as well. So clear skies from Chicago south, then all the way down into Evansville this morning. It is going to be on the chilly side. Temperatures will fall a few more degrees. Into the lower fifties in many spots, But today high temperatures running about 10 degrees below normal For this time of year. We'll see highs right around 67 in Indianapolis and about 64 degrees in months. A Muncie we have a gorgeous weekend on tap will have more in your forecast in just a few minutes. But first, let's get you to work on time. Take a look at those roadways with Stephanie turned up this morning. It was chilly. A zero heading out the door this morning. They'll just be aware of this issue this morning.

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"kokomo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Starting it with daybreak whether you're watching on wish TV this morning or listening on WIBC absolutely you step outside and what a difference compared to yesterday morning yesterday it was hot humid today much cooler and the humidity gone mother nature has the AC on for a seven eight every receive pictures right now upper fifties to low sixties fifty nine we did here in Indianapolis right now sixty one in Greencastle fifty nine degrees in Lafayette sixty up in Kokomo so we're almost a good twenty degrees plus cooler than this time yesterday morning when we were starting off in the eighties but ridiculous Steffi and warm air sitting off towards the east more welcoming in the some refreshing change the start off our Thursday morning fifty nine degrees right now maybe a few decorative clouds but we should stay quiet on radar west southwest winds at eight miles per hour as so it is a relatively quiet morning in terms of wins as well especially after yesterday where we did see wind gusts upwards of around forty six to forty nine miles per hour so it was a very windy day here in Indianapolis in for a lot of the outlying areas as well storm tracker right now not tracking a whole lot of activity at this point most of that is well east of us and we should be in store for a relatively quiet afternoon as well so our future cast model through the rest of the morning hours to show a mostly sunny sky approaching your lunch hour I would get out and about maybe take a nice break enjoy the low humidity as well as the sunshine and then later on tonight we'll see increasing cloud cover for a few spots not all spots and it should stay dry as we head through late this evening and into the overnight hours by eight o'clock temperature should be approaching sixty degrees seventy two by noon and then by five o'clock we should be approaching eighty degrees with a mostly sunny sky we are tracking it really nice dry quiet and comfortable stretch out ahead of us and we'll detail some of those numbers for you coming up in my full forecast but morning in really good shape for drivers that are out and about right now website here near I. four sixty five in Rockville road looks great the drivers here out on the west side you should be walking in with a pretty easy going morning commute not necessarily it was warm as yesterday morning so you won't have the AC cranking up quite as high but if you are about to leave maybe grab the sunglasses because no message that you will need them as we head through the morning hours into the afternoon as well.

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"kokomo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

12:59 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Money matters I'm Brian Kurtz president of A. I. T. financial services asset income protection is what that stands for and that's what we do over on the northeast corner of square lake and John are talking to another Brian today my friend Brian Hayes who is the president and founder of Hays advisory group in Kokomo Indiana Kokomo and Indianapolis really right brand it is basically now the prescription lately it's just kind of a suburb of Indianapolis so to speak about thirty miles north of the north side of Indianapolis but the idea for both places so welcome Indianapolis Kokomo slash Indianapolis in Kokomo when I came down there to be a guest on your show Kokomo was more rural than I thought it was I remember when you called me and said are you almost here and and I said yeah I think so and you said well we're yet nice and met the corner of corn and taller court yeah he said yeah that's right where you're supposed to be it was I was on the right path you know one of the things I wanted to cover Brian and you know covert nineteen related bills and and special privileges that have been put into lock is the ability for people who are under fifty nine and a half to take a withdrawal that just a loner or it like that but take a withdrawal from your IRA or from your four one K. without the ten percent IRS penalty that is now in effect at least for this year correct yes it is so the government has come up with this to help people kind of bridge the gap so speaking to and get back to work and given some liquidity money if they need it to survive there are some stipulations to take and you have to be directly affected by the virus whether you someone in your family have a weather somebody has lost their job and not able to work or even if you just been stuck at home have to take care of the kids because they're out of school so there's some broad definitions on how you've been affected but as long as you meet one of those broad definitions then you're able to withdraw two hundred thousand dollars out of an irate before her under the age of fifty nine and a half so you can get to the money without the penalty which is good now it's still taxable to you however if you put it back within three years then you do not have to pay tax on that money so it's an opportunity but remember it's not a tax free loans you do have to pay it back in order to avoid the tax but you can get the money without a penalty and not in the short term if you need to you can get to without a penalty in the short term and that is a great opportunity I mean we encourages financial advisors obviously we encourage you to not take money out of your ire raised early that's easy to sit here on the radio and say you know Hey don't touch that that's for the future but the fact is you may have had to you know there may be some things that that or do that to that you know you had to take some money out of a retirement plan and I think that's probably happened more often than we like to think but you have three years to put it back even by increasing just your your payroll contributions and that's huge that one I don't think has a precedent in financial history has ever been done before as far as you know well as far as I know and the taxes too if you do take out a withdrawal you can pay the taxes partially in twenty twenty partially in twenty twenty one partially in twenty twenty two the IRS allowed that for Roth conversions about eleven or twelve years ago too but that one hasn't been done before either I want to talk to you you know some of the questions that are on the sheet brand that we're kind of loosely following here in in our interview are just good basic questions that might have different answers now in the in the environment that we're in than they did before one of them was if I have cash is now a good time to invest I would say yes I mean if you don't need the cash for emergencies funds within the next six months or and using it for something else like buying a home for vehicle or something important if you've got money sit around and some savings accounts and like I said there's some good good very good opportunities out there to take advantage of some very solid companies are going to be around a while the paper to get dividend but the price has gotten beaten up a little bit over the last several months so there is some opportunities out there we utilize what's called a breakaway stock model that consist of the top thirty so called current environment stocks that are good to own will with their narrow those down the top seven we rotate those on a regular basis so yeah it's a it's an opportunity put some money to work if you have somebody sitting around to take advantage of one of the one of the advantages of what's happened is to be able to take advantage of that to improve your retirement plan once things get back to get back to normal another question that was listed on here said should I change anything in my portfolio that that's a tricky one I want to hear your answer first you can't answer that because it all depends on what the current portfolio consist of so while you have the analyze that we've obviously changed a lot of people's portfolios to move some things around to take advantage of the current environment but you know it depends what you own so that would have to be answered on an individual basis it's a good answer because and like you said before when I when I asked if you can take out a free withdrawal you said well maybe you know because it so often the answer is it depends on the circumstances I would say this I wouldn't recommend making wholesale changes to your portfolio just because of what's happening right now if you if you had a goal before and a plan to attain it in your dollar cost averaging and you're contributing regularly which is which is the key then do you change anything just as a result of this if your retirement date hasn't changed for retirement goals haven't changed if your investment tolerance hasn't changed you mentioned before that sometimes in a pandemic people's market temperature raises are drops a little bit and that can be that can be a cause for concern but I wouldn't make a knee jerk change just because of this is that is that fair to say very fair because what you have to worry about and hi I've all the time periods is getting what's called with salt and what that means is you know panicking selling at the bottom and missing out on that rebound so the market bottom now last month I think here after a big downturn many people started freaking out panic and and and sold but then that kick back rally came within about five to ten days and recover about half the value of the overall market so many people took the hit and got out panic then missed the rebound so that puts a man in a very bad situation so again there's nothing wrong with making some minor changes to adjust and maybe got into some different vestments but you don't wanna make emotional decisions because that can really cause you to get hit pretty bad that's where we have to be careful sometimes as fiduciaries and and Brian is a fiduciary as am I if we do sherry responsibility comes with the comes as a tag with the license that we have series sixty five securities license we do portfolio management on a fee only basis that carries with it the fiduciary responsibility of making sure it's a legal obligation to act in the best interest of your client not just make suitable recommendations but make actions and recommendations in the best interest of the client and the best interest of the client is in a nutshell the reason why neither Brenner I take Collins header show because we have to get to know you you know much longer than a couple of minutes of radio time would allow us to do in order to make the right recommendations for that now here's one that I had a little bit different answer to and I'm dealing with that with some people right now what about people Brian who are retired or very close to retirement is there anything different that should be done with their investments we'll get it it really depends on the individual situation hopefully if you're in that spot you didn't have all your money in the market affected by this so again this is the long term retirement plan then in general speaking you don't want to make wholesale changes because you've got enough money in protected account section you can utilize to draw money out of for income if you need while the other accounts can recover so beginning to be very careful about that but again if if you just can't sleep because of the market volatility which we've had a few people you know decide that and that you don't really need to take the risk anymore to generate a higher read return if you've got enough already saved but you don't have to earn six or seven percent or so to be comfortable retirement why take the risk to try to get that six or seven so again it all really depends on your individual situation it's always good to take a look at things and re evaluate but make sure you do it with the right professional help to make sure you don't make any bad decisions it is a good it is a good reason to use an adviser and you know neither Brenner I claims to be the only ones in our respective areas that are good at this but if you are if you're not working with me if you're working with someone else ask them to do this for you this situation I was referring to I have a client who's just of a couple of months really away from retirement and it depends on what you have now what your goals are do you have enough to meet them as you were saying if you're in a position that you don't have to earn six or seven percent that's good I've never been the type of adviser and I don't think you are either that says by god if we could just average twelve everything will be hunky dory right because that's unrealistic but we did the plan that we readjusted the plan based on the moves that we made you know to to safeguard some assets and where the market is now and he asked me to re run the numbers based on a little bit of an increase in retirement income that he wanted we reran the numbers I resubmit you know sent to him the new plan and we discovered that indeed they do have enough saved right now that it could it could happen and it could be you know secure retirement income Anna and an average return of two to three percent which is all we have to now that doesn't mean that we pulled everything out of the market but you know what with retirement two months away we pulled some things out and we made something safer and we put him into some safer vehicles with that portion of it the rest of it is is still going but in that particular situation we determined that a thirty to forty percent drop in the market would affect him much much more than what a thirty to forty percent gain in the market sell that's when you know when you're that close to retirement when you're already retired perhaps there should always be in my opinion a piece of it that can't go down is that kind of where your recommendations are too bright hundred percent absolutely and when what size piece of it can't go down is gonna be different for every client you know I have some clients that I have to talk them into keeping at least ten to twenty thousand in the bank they want to invest the rest of it you know because don't need that much cash others are not comfortable unless they have at least six figures in the bank and neither one of them is right or wrong it's it's an individual decision some people think risk is bungee jumping you know and others think risk is going outside without a mask and or or a jacket and if the temperatures below fifty so that's kind of the fun part of what we do but it underscores the they need to have someone like you look at it objectively and look at it from an unemotional standpoint N. and apply some tried and true financial principles and then bring them to bear for your clients and I think how long have you been doing this now Brent.

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Take Control Of What's Holding You Back with Ariel Kopac

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

09:27 min | 2 years ago

Take Control Of What's Holding You Back with Ariel Kopac

"I usually start out by asking something like tell us about yourself and on the record show I say feel free to go all the way back to the day you were born or you can start more. Kern Day and then I say. Tell us about yourself. My name is Ariel Kopech. I am the owner of Harnessed Hindrance coaching. I'll go back to. I was born in Kokomo. Indiana and moved. Wisconsin announced twelve Wisconsin. My home but I spent the past four years in California working out there now. I'm back loving. It can connect to the community and I consider myself sometimes a walking paradox. Because someone said don't swear on a podcast. I won't swear but I will say we're told twenty one but I looked dance. I also like whisky and cigars and sprott climbing. And I'm one of those people just loves hobbies got it. So how did you get into your current field? Kind of fell into it. Started with the training aspect of development so I was training financial advisers for large financial services firm and I became really frustrated with the question. Of Why is it that if they know exactly what they need to do it? Don't do it and how is that? You can lead a horse to drink so became obsessed with trying to answer that question of why I Y Y and that amongst some exposure to some coaches and lot of learning start to dig into that question of why and found that it's not usually a simple logical answer. That's the problem. It's all of the emotional and mental things going the background. When the answer's right in front of you and that became my passion for Dean to coaching. So what is the most unusual business? Type that you've worked with one of the most unusual business types I've worked with probably those in multilevel marketing. Those in that field have a lot of challenges coming up before they even get in the door and they have the same mental and emotional challenges. Everyone else does so. That's what I find with industry occupation. Everyone brings a bunch of personal baggage with them. We all do but the obstacles a little bit different depending upon. What's in rear? So this is my question so dig a little bit deeper in terms of Your Business Right. Harnessing your hindrance or does that me harness. You're hindrance means you can take control and make use of whatever is holding you back and ofttimes you can use it to the point where it will pull you. Forward for example ofttimes comes into play with people's insecurities you'll hear a lot of powerful stories about how someone was nervous about or one of the high became their strength and that was true for me. This was kind of came up after my name. I actually used to be a little insecure about how I couldn't have very shallow conversations sound silly but actually had a friend say to someone behind my back if you WANNA have a deep conversation talked to Ariel. If you don't want to have a conversation do not talk to aerial now. Not to interrupt you but we had our one on one. She's not lying like mind blown like I call them golden nuggets. I had so many in my head that I was like okay enough. I don't WanNa talk to you anymore. Like let's talk a weekly. That is true and it used to be a little bit of an insecurity of mine of. Why can't I just be casual like everyone else? My friend and I were at a bar and talking to some guys and she says to me later. Did I overhear that? He was sharing that his challenging with relationships right now is due to his parents getting divorced at twenty one and this and that said Yeah. Why would you talk about? She said sports so that was an insecurity. But now I've found ironic is that that is what makes me so good at what I do. Digging deeper to find the root cause not settling for the surface level. Answer the symptom but digging down to what is really really going on here and that is how I have harnessed by insurance. Well so my question again so talk a little bit about self awareness in how that has impacted your business in terms of when you decided to do this to today. Self-awareness journey one thing that I have to be really mindful of when I'm coaching is that I am fully present for whomever I'm engaging west and that requires me to be self aware of what's going on with me mentally and emotionally at that time and if it's an energy that I don't want to bring into that person's conversation I have to say okay. I can come back to this but right now. I am fully present for this person. I have to be a blank slate and receive whatever they have to give not give them anything that they don't need right now so for me. Self awareness has been extremely important as a coach to make sure that I am level for whoever I am there to serve and it's an ongoing practice then there's a lot of self awareness that comes with being a business owner as well as many here now So what failure? Business or personal. Allow you to learn your most valuable lesson. And what was that lesson? It's hard to pick one failure that I've learned from so many one failure though that comes to mind right away is actually the first time that I cried at work admitted my occupation for two years and I was one of those stone cold faces that held all emotions in and I believed growing up. That it's a strength to hold your emotions inside. I had one boss broke me. We're good friends. But he said to me at the time it's your fault. She quit and that made me angry and it made me cry. And he's response was. It took me two years. I did it I made to cry but the reason I made me cry was because I knew it was true I knew that my lack of willingness to let go and to delegate properly and communicate everything that was on my mind for this new hire was what led to her leaving Lynn. The long run is probably for the best in as far as everyone's pathways journey but in the moment that was a hard truths to be hit with and that failure led me to learning the importance of letting go and also that self awareness of being real emotions and saying I'm struggling to go this right now because it's been my baby or it's been my project and that's not an easy thing to transition definitely agree. I think one of the things that makes this giant exciting in both challenging is the self awareness rate a lot of times. We put a brave face on as if nothing affects us or like. I was telling somebody earlier. Today was one of those days where it was really high and really low and just being able to recognize that and then properly deal with it. I think is a really important thing. So if someone said unlock me what would your response be how much time you got. No I would say the amount to which you're willing to be unlocked as you say comes from you and I can't unlock anything that you have closed off so my process is a matter of you helping to discover what is going on inside and locked up for yourself but if you have something that's locked away. I can't get in there unless you let me in. And kind of let yourself wariness arnold question what is a key insight that your target audience looks forward to find you or work with you. So what does the prospect looking for in you to want to work with you? It's kind of two parts to answer that question one often times when someone gets introduced to me or you have initial conversation. They're looking for okay. So what strategies and tactics are going to give me to implement to make this work. Or what's the secret sauce and the ironic thing is that the foundation of my coaching is that majority of the time. You have the answer inside of you already know what the right thing to do is if you don't know how to get that answer but majority of the time you already have the answer within you. I'm just there to help draw it out. So that's a part to the answering of the question that a Lotta Times. What someone is looking for when they get introduced to me is not what the offer really is however it only takes a minute for someone to realize okay yeah there probably is some mindset work that. I have to do or I think I do actually know what I need to do. I don't need more information and more options to choose from. I just need to know which option to go west and move forward so if someone is looking for unlocking what they already know or building their clarity for action. That is a good thing to seek me out for but majority of the time. Someone's looking for a quick strategy and in reality they already know that is helping to find. Oh before we wrap up with. Do you have any questions that you would like to ask me my question for you is. What do you gain from having these live events? Some the biggest thing I gained is and when I say this I really mean it. I genuinely enjoy meeting. New People hearing their stories and really just sharing space with people who think as crazy as I do right who have big ideas and things that haven't been done before so I enjoy the energy of engaged with like minded individuals. And it's really fun. I like to embarrass people doing the job of that all right so if people want to reach out to you learn even more about what you do set up a mind blowing. Golden Nugget filled one on one. How can they do that? They can go to harness your hindrance dot com. Find out more information about me. 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"kokomo" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Yeah yeah the other call couple of talking about folks is Kokomo Indiana which she I guess is a far cry from the Kokomo the beach boys were saying about but nevertheless we do have a fit news alerts and breaking news out of Kokomo Indiana those steel drum band no tropical drinks in your hand we're talking about Kokomo Indiana Mike pence folks I promise this settled will be worth it Mike Mike pence the vice president the United States was wearing a mask while touring the General Motors plant in Kokomo Indiana this is breaking news here on from there by the way of a lot on tap today are things heating up with the Biden accuser are we about to have an interview with the Biden accuser Tara Reid by Chris Wallace on fox news channel or fox news Sunday there are negotiations apparently happening right now why has terror Reid been shown by a lot of the networks something that I said all along time ago on this was that it is journalistic malpractice if all of the networks all the publications and websites and critics do not go after this terror renewed accusation against Biden from the nineteen nineties with as much fervor as they went after well not only properly on obviously and the pilot accuses the trump hand and I'm not saying that all of them are lying but also more importantly is the Brett Kavanaugh accusations by doctor Blasi fort and the fact that it it was it with the ubiquity of that story and that coverage was ad nauseam and it is absolute journalistic malpractice malfeasance we're talking total complete negligence if the mainstream media does not report on the terrorist accusations against bite in the same way that they did let's just say against Cavanaugh and also trump and we're gonna start seeing an increase and we got a couple of interesting angles on that we'll get to that coming up today here on from it don't move also yeah the Michael Flynn situation and some new details regarding Michael Flynn and there are rumblings is it possible that get me Roger stone could be looking at a part in some of the chatter is heating up how much of that as he planned to give his people planting themselves hoping for a trump pardon let's Roger stone than a lot of things to take politics out of the picture Roger stone did things that were illegal Roger stone did things that would land anybody in jail in federal prison so hold on we'll get to all of this and a whole lot more but not back to Mike pence for second yeah this is a fascinating Mike pence's wife the second lady of the United States apparently claimed that Mike pence the VP didn't know that the Mayo Clinic required masks so it's sort of an odd position to take but folks what is extremely prevalent an obvious today as the video came out a short time ago that the vice president was touring a General Motors factory in Kokomo Indiana and the vice president Cole yearly wearing a surgical mask over his face so yes things have changed in the last couple of days from the Mayo Clinic appearance which I just didn't get and all the while on now was a Tuesday at Tuesday's program I came out of the box talking about this because this was an area in which the vice president and the White House they made it just too obvious and too easy to hand every single critic out there the chance to criticize and bash them they handed them this on a silver freakin platter and that's not a very good strategic move for the vice president so good does the V. P. clearly got the message the optics message and it's the smart thing to do it it's one of his very own task force is pushing the wearing of masks in public and he was closer than six feet to a lot of these folks inside the Mayo Clinic including a patient that was on a lounger who is donating plasma apparently I would imagine a recovering covert nineteen patient at Mayo Clinic and then re body had a mask except the vice president Mike pence and I just don't understand as I said why you would hand the critics of the late night comics ammunition on a silver platter or we give them a cargo ship filled with containers filled with ammunition that's exactly what happened all right we also have the the China stories in our Intel communities are downplaying try the engineering this is a bio weapon and the accidental release from the Warhammer lab will give you the latest on that in just a bit off before I move on for Mike pence just the wife issue and this is regarding Karen pence and Karen pence said that the vice president did not know about the Mayo clinic's mandatory mask policy until after he left the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota I'm sorry Minnesota in Rochester Minnesota Hey Karen pence said that her husband I was very happy with the visit on Tuesday the Mayo Clinic as our medical experts have told us wearing a mask prevents you from spreading the disease and knowing that he doesn't have covered nineteen he didn't wear one that's what Karen pence said the while she was standing next to the vice president this morning on fox and friends but you know again he didn't know about the policy nobody said anything nobody none of the vice presidents and that doesn't add up to me I'm wondering if the vice president at the suggestion of president trump thinks that masks for them indicates a weakness only trump wants to be seen with a mask at all and there are crazy stories floating around that he won't wear a mask because it interferes with his hair in a swirly and and the way he does the you know the the the hairdo that he has you know with the way he kind of piles up in hello I have no idea but I don't know how as I said you have a coronavirus task force you to wear a mask you're in a setting at a hospital no less than the the where it was it was just too easy to hand to those who want to bash the administration and it violated the very policy as I've said countless times it violated the policies put forth by his very own coronavirus task force and first the fifteen days to stop the spread and then the thirty days to stop the spread so just it was bizarre and then today clearly they clean things up it was the right thing to do by wearing a mask in Kokomo Indiana at the General Motors plant so hopefully that's the last though we're gonna deal with this for quite some time number here on Schmidt is eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and the General Motors plant in Kokomo Indiana I believe this is where one of the production lines has been built to build ventilators so General Motors and their assistance in building ventilators which at this point it's not looking like we're having the national crisis and Anna for focusing all see they jam this thing up and they they made it seem a whole lot worse well you can't discount and this is a cruel effective part of what happened is that we did get serious about this we did lock things down we shovel her things to how we sheltered in place at our houses and we did this scare was well placed and clearly we helped mitigate the spread early on in this country and we avoided even low we have over a million cases of almost a million sixty thousand cases in the US and that's what we know about and even though we have a tragic horrific no heads spinning sixty two thousand deaths almost and I'm not minimizing anything it could've been a whole lot worse but because a lot of the drastic measures that we took we were able to keep the numbers down and the worry now is if we opened things up too early and we are seeing many states that are starting these different phases to open things back up the fear is if we do open up too early that we bring the virus back in the death toll rises in fact I saw a government projection that by the end of the summer we will be at a hundred thousand deaths so that's almost forty thousand more than where we are right now we're just getting started today we will deal with the latest on unemployment we have new unemployment numbers on those that filed for weekly jobless claims so those numbers are out we're now over thirty million out of work in this country folks that is enormous that is an insane number and my home state of Florida leads the nation on on employment also the federal restrictions or the federal guidance officially ends today and there's no plans for that to be put in place but for the states to take over so I I yeah we got a loaded slate today here on Schmidt said don't want to miss a moment of this program you want to get in the number is eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine coming up I want to talk about the latest from trump officials and intelligence officials on China the virus and was this a bio weapon did it come out of the lab was this intentional or unintentional but Phil and in the lab verses coming out of the wet markets or an animal jumped to humans we have new directive on this we've got new details on this and I'm gonna dive into that next precisely in just a matter of minutes here on Schmidt you don't want to miss this by the way Hey folks I really appreciate you patronizing my sponsors any time but certainly during the corona virus situation as our advertisers are what keep us on the air here that's how we pay the bills keep the lights on and of course health and safety is on top of everyone's minds right now no matter what happens you want to make sure that your 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Why temperature checks won't be enough to catch coronavirus cases

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Why temperature checks won't be enough to catch coronavirus cases

"As government officials and business leaders look to reopen the country. Now one of the safety measures frequently touted his temperature screening to track fevers a common symptom of Corona Virus Infections. Fema has just placed an order for fourteen thousand. Thermometers for New York City at the White House. Members of the press must have their temperature taken before they're in close proximity to the president or Vice President and General Motors Plant in Kokomo Indiana where the assembly line is now making ventilators. Instead of auto parts employees are required to undergo a temperature check as soon as they arrive at work. The problem is checking for fevers is unreliable. And maybe even deceiving Dr Fred. Jacobs a poem allergist and former Commissioner of the New Jersey Health Department is with US temperature. Checks seemed like they're going to be ubiquitous in the very near future. Are they necessary? Well I'll think temperature checks You know really tell you what you want to know. That's the problem. If you have a temperature elevation could be from any number of things but assuming that in pandemic year one of the things that could be from infection with this corona virus. The trouble is most of the Trans much of the transmission occurs before they're any symptoms was signs of infection. So if you shedding virus for two or three days before you have any symptoms assigns and no temperature elevations then checking for a temperature elevation as a screening tool misses all of that and those are the people who feel okay. They feel well. They're walking around. And if you want to prevent them from coming into your store or their place of employment or a hospital or wherever and you screening for temperature alone you miss all of it and then of course there are. People who are in fact. Don't have temperature elevation. Why are all these businesses? As part of their reopening protocols including temperature checks. Well I think it's it's what they can do you know. What are they key in the absence of testing these are all substitute for what needs to be done? What needs to be done is to have a rapid accurate kind of tests that you can do multiple times on individuals talking to the Task Force last night in New Jersey about if you want to screen people going into the hospital and not just visitors but staff nurses doctors. Everybody you have somebody at the front door who can do a test. That red and five minutes. You have people in a holding area when the test is negative. They go into the hospital. And if it's not they don't and you could do that anywhere but you need a test. That's rapidly available very accurate and easily administered so well in the absence of that. You're doing all these second-best Things like temperature checks. Which is I think a very second best way of doing it. But it's it's a substitute for what needs to be done. Is there any harm in taking everyone's temperature? Well the harm is that if they don't have temperature you think they're okay. You're missing all the people who are contagious. Who are shedding virus. Who's temperature's normal and you'll letting them circulate they feel reassured the people that have their mixing with feel reassured and it's a false assurance. There's really no substitute for testing. I don't think so The substitutes at testing is a universally available. Highly potent vaccine. Dr Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist the former commissioner of the New Jersey Health Department. Our thanks to you

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Save money with pay per mile insurance from Allstate call a local Allstate agent and get a quote I've met there with traffic on the fires followers on Twitter W. IDC traffic Randy Ollis wish TV meteorologist what's going on yeah I hate or Tony going to be a rotten Friday out there it's gonna be cloudy damp we have some rain is going to be out filling back in here even some snow up there north the lobby north Kokomo they make it a good two to four inches of snow far better way but for us here a steady rain coming in during the morning hours and that will kind of break up become more spotty later today but it's really rank your high temperature at forty five another freeze warning tonight the the showers early then clearing skies down to thirty two a beautiful day on Saturday here at Tony up well if you get the more I get the grass sunny warmer tomorrow thank fifty four Sunday mostly cloudy a few scattered showers around fifty eight degrees and into the sixties we go for Monday and Tuesday dry rain chances return Wednesday and Thursday of next week Zacks is Randy Ollis of wish TV Randy thank you thirty nine degrees right now in the American standard cooling weather center the time is six oh six this hour on ninety three W. I. B. C. is powered by a virtual design and pricing at B. window dot com and was built to try and save small businesses to save jobs I was unacceptable even with the fact that we know states and health care every is needed.

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Here across central Indiana by about twelve to fifteen degrees for a lot of spots forty two in Bloomington forty in terre Haute thirty nine here in Indianapolis in thirty six just north of us in Kokomo and we are seeing light shower activity a light mix in our northern communities close to Lafayette Kokomo Marion just north of us they are seeing some light mixing there as well not seeing much though in terms of just straight up snow fall here in central Indiana is much too warm for that at least for right now we're gonna continue to track this system as it moves towards the east northeastern right now again some pockets of some lighter steadier rain inner eastern communities near us in the Carthage city location in writing along I. seventy that's going to continue to hit and the portions of Ohio and then we have some light to moderate rain just north west of the city just C. east of Lafayette could be a moderate pocket of some rain there north of Frankfurt that's going to continue to shift east on just north of Kokomo though they are picking up on a light wintry mix there some periods of some light snow also some sleet mixing in with some rain also a possibility there as well the system is impacting several states here so starting here in Indy extending into Illinois Iowa Missouri and then now exiting portions of Kansas this is all going to continue to track towards the east so for the most part we will see mainly rain but where we do have winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings that's where they're most likely see some accumulating snow in most of that again is well north of central Indiana northern Indiana that's up until about two o'clock later on this afternoon so here's our situation here in future past six o'clock in the morning that freezing line might sag as far south just south of Kokomo riding along Lafayette so light makes their possible through the rest of the morning the snow here and there but nothing that's going to give you large accumulations I think north of India so most of us well underneath that engine we'll see some periods of some light to moderate rain moving to Indianapolis mid to late morning and then the six this stuff is going to continue to exit so by three o'clock we'll see the last of the showers out in our eastern communities and we should begin to dry out by dinner time cloud cover will still stick around for a little bit but then we'll start to clear that out so overnight.

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"kokomo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on KOMO

"The United States and of course the the great social media channels where Jen does all the cool social media news as well thank you for that by the way you're welcome General Motors announced it has partnered with van tech and has been working around the clock to secure the parts needed to make and ventilators machines at GM has retooled its twenty or two point six million square foot plant in Kokomo Indiana to stop production of events like this in less than two weeks and Flores is the manager all of GM corporate news relations damn is it wrong to call general motors and automotive manufacture anymore because you guys seem to be pitching in to help with what's needed yeah you know certainly in these unprecedented times you know we are not building cars trucks crossovers right now but educated we are getting prepared to begin ventilator production critical care ventilators production in Kokomo Indiana and then so it's pretty incredible wine what makes the Kokomo upon the best one to do this in because obviously that much of the country is is covered in GM plants that produce all of these vehicles normally so white white was Kokomo the best place to make the ventilators yeah Kokomo made sense for for two main reasons they had capacity ordered they had ruled in their in their facility and probably more importantly the work force and there's about three hundred employees at the plant coca all they have a long history of of building precision electronic components for automotive so you know it is not so it it it became pretty obvious that if we were going to do it if we were going to try to help all we're gonna try to help detect builds better leaders then that this was the place to do it and if as you indicated since this project kicked off on Friday March twentieth we've had hundreds of people working around the clock not only preparing the facility but but hiring the people that'll build the ventilators and at the same time figure out how we're going to build it because there is as you know you said that you know we built cars trucks crossovers we don't build better leaders but in this time of need you know we we are there it's important that everyone can have a look to see how their expertise can help others and you know we have we have you know significant manufacturing experience we've built built products for over a hundred years and with that you know because we build the millions of vehicles a year we buy a lot of stock so we have a lot of purchasing power so through the help of our purchasing organization to acquire materials as well as the manufacturing expertise expertise where we're gonna be open later so where you know we hope to start some validation built that this past week we we brought in the first hundred people we're trying we're setting up the facility and is it we're hoping for some of us a prototype did not able to produce a perfect validation build soul practice builds so will take the parts a symbol on it make sure when it's all said and done the layers work but bye bye bid April so within a couple weeks we're going to be building ventilators that will ultimately it enough that hospitals are you know helping people fight covert nineteen I am first of all America thanks you for your participation in some of the relief effort this is unprecedented not since the second World War of we see this sort of thing happen in factories but the same time GM has as a as a group of companies has an amazing ability if you think of the the normal contract or S. U. V. that has around two thousand parts in it you have an amazing network of truckers of warehouses of subsidiaries of acquisition teams of shipping teams and there's an awful lot that you can bring to the table not just your manufacturing and assembly well well well sure you know you know across the US crossed the coach Parker of the cross the globe we have Kim's of thousands of employees that you don't have an expertise you know if they're all right and not only are we going to build ventilators a Kokomo Indiana on it and on a warrant issued Jan contract manufacturing locations were building tasks is work once we're up and running it were actually we were running some practice runs this week right we gonna interrupt just for second ticket Rick break I want to continue this when we come back listening to al or to.

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"kokomo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Extends all the way back to begin to break up the the far western end of the line is right about now the southeast side of Kokomo Indiana so the heavy rains have now passed through fort Wayne Toledo clearing out Cleveland beginning to see the showers now on the south side and continuing to push off to the south and east at a pretty good clip but no doubt some strong straight line which we actually have some severe no tornado warnings but you do have your severe thunderstorm warnings over the eastern reaches of Ohio right over toward the you get to the wheeling West Virginia that little finger up there and was in West Virginia and some of the adjoining counties over in west central portions of Pennsylvania now with strong straight line winds L. travelers weather service of our friend to travel centers of America TA truck service more babies more expertise and more solutions just about the time people in the Midwest in the east gate kind of accustomed to April or what right now would be even more like may like warmth I hate to tell your old man winter's gonna wake up from his slumber in Sam quite a shock to these areas before we get to our Easter weekend attempts at temperatures since the start of spring back on March the nineteenth have been averaging the.

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"If you live up near Kokomo and Muncie you might get in a little bit more cloud cover and if you live just south of I. seventy in Bloomington and Bedford so we will see a bit of a discrepancy in terms of cloud cover here today some of that could attempt to move into downtown Indianapolis because so there could be times where we see that more cloud cover than the sunshine and then later on tonight partly to mostly clear skies we're gonna continue to see temperatures warm through the day today so by noon we should be approaching near fifty degrees and then by five o'clock mid fifties with a partly to mostly sunny skies we're going to continue to track out a rather quiet work week with a bit of sunshine here and there and then also some minimal rain chances as well so we'll time all of that out for you coming up in my full forecast but we I don't see you running into any issues here this is your role in keystone out on the east side I. seventy here looks to be really good we have a stretch of some dry conditions so again a bit breezy though for commuters you can tell the camera knocking back and forth otherwise you're not gonna be dealing with a whole lot of activity here this morning about five oh three right now usually saying like volume but on top of seeing only essential vehicles are essential workers they're out on the roadways volume should not be an issue for drivers here this morning so take a look at our map here I for sixty five we pretty much all the way around looks me in really great shape he said included in that drive time from that side of the city Pendleton pike McCord cell twenty four sixty five a thirty minute drive seventy four green fields the north split just shy of a twenty minute morning commute there and then forty from greenfield to I. four sixty five okay a quick twenty two minute warning drive seventy thank you it is five oh three right now social distancing is key to containing the spread of covered nineteen Indiana health commissioner Dr Kristina box says the number of possible cases drop.

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GM and Seattle-based Ventec Life Systems partner to ramp up production of ventilators

News, Traffic and Weather

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

GM and Seattle-based Ventec Life Systems partner to ramp up production of ventilators

"Some new FDA approved critical care ventilators will be built over the next few weeks by General Motors and Seattle based event tech live systems at a GM plant in Kokomo Indiana van tech and the Detroit automaker said they're working around the clock to meet the urgent need for the devices the newly native ventilators will begin shipping next month

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Trump issues order in effort to force General Motors to produce ventilators under Defense Production Act

Pacifica Evening News

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Trump issues order in effort to force General Motors to produce ventilators under Defense Production Act

"And president trump did issue an order today under the defense production act seeking to force General Motors to produce ventilators for corona virus patients trump said GM was wasting time and said his actions will help ensure the quick production of ventilators that will save American lives previously trump has been reluctant to use the active force businesses to contribute to the coronavirus fight and it wasn't clear what triggered his order against GM the Detroit automaker is farthest along in the effort to make more the critical breathing machines it's working with then tackle life's systems a small Seattle area ventilator mag maker to increase the company's production and re purpose the GM auto electronics plant in Kokomo Indiana to make the machines the company said today it could build ten thousand ventilators a month starting in April with the potential to make even more after trump invoked the act GM said in a statement that it has been working around the clock for more than a week with Dan tak and parts suppliers to build more ventilators the company said its commitment to build then tax ventilators has never wait wavered trump said that while the White House activated the act against General Motors it may not be

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"kokomo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Off of suffering every year don't want a better system for folks they're taking money from what a shocker that suse and could come Kokomo kid tweets this doesn't Medicare have much lower administrative costs than private insurance if so it would seem that money now paid by employers and individuals for private insurance could be better spent on Medicare for all Dan diamond Kokomo kid gets to a point that you made briefly earlier which is administrative costs and where the money goes whether it's to taxes order premiums in ministry of cost or actual care when you go to the doctor or nurse Kokomo kid is making a point that the famous economist Robert Reinhart would often make which is a dollar in wasted spending to one person is a dollar in income to someone else there are sixteen million people who work in health care many in these administrative bureaucratic jobs those added costs but they also provide income to a lot of people and there is massive resistance from the industry to the listener point that if Medicare for all arrives and those jobs go away what happens then is there a transition plan Bernie Sanders has said there will be some support to help these people find new jobs but it's not clear how that would work or really how much money they might lose Rajin is in great reporting on this good that's so kind of you stay I just want to make one point about administrative costs in our healthcare system it is true that there is a lot of bloated expenditures that are a result a very complicated in ministry of work that currently exists in our healthcare system that being said the way that Medicare for all would be paid for there is I want to say it's pretty widespread agreement that there is not enough fat to cut from the administrative expenses currently to pay for this massive coverage expansion that would take place if Medicare for all were ever to become law so I think one of the biggest uncertainties about Medicare for all is so if you can only squeeze so much out of it ministration where's the rest of the money going to come from if the taxes that you maybe go up aren't enough so what doctors and hospitals be paid less what other parts of the health care industry be paid less and that that could have some very real ramifications for the way that people access medical care in this country and I think that that's important to acknowledge as part of any discussion about you know such a radical change to what our current system is and the way we pay for medical services and what we pay for is a whole separate our that we could do maybe we should do on one a how much we spend on top tier services fancy equipment big dollar M. our eyes the fanciest most expensive drugs when cheaper ones might be available there's money all over the system that appears to be going to a place other than what the data would recommend and that's an extremely important complicated issue that policy makers really have not wrestled with in any significant way and a lot of areas I want to get to the bottom line no I'm of the problem in America we used to talk all the time about how many Americans don't have health insurance what's the number now I think it's down to what about twenty twenty five no it's a twenty seven America twenty seven less than ten percent now and the ACA has driven that number down it used to manage fifty million people Medicaid expansion is driven that number down right that's right what does it mean to live without health insurance in this country well you know when you talk to patients who don't have health coverage in this country they are rationing care they're making decisions to go without medical care to not get prescription drugs that they need if they are unfortunate enough to end up in the emergency room or hospital they're usually hit with thousands sometimes tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills it's it's not good and who is most likely to be on insured now because we had the individual had the individual mandate were people who were student get their insurance elsewhere got coverage through the exchanges we remember this old story but also in many states Medicaid expanded which meant a lot of people who are low income or in poverty or near poverty also got coverage that you have before so who's most likely to be without coverage now so I mean the affordable Care Act which is about to celebrate its tenth anniversary drove this enormous decline in the number of Americans without health insurance lark but it is been on even as you noted some states have not expanded Medicaid through the affordable Care Act the states are largely red states they're concentrated increasingly in the south and there are a lot of the low income Americans who live in the states remain without health insurance if you look at what's happened in states that have fully embraced the affordable Care Act California is one of them which used to have among the highest uninsured rates in the country the rate has dropped by more than half in California so you know they were close to twenty percent unemployment uninsured and in California before the affordable Care Act it's now below ten percent so you have a subsection of Americans many of whom are working but many of whom are low income who don't who don't have access to a health plan through their jobs but similarly cannot get Medicaid because the state in which they live has not expanded eligibility Dan where does the drive for Medicare for all come from another words people who support Bernie Sanders and there's a lot of them because he's the front runner so far support Lizabeth Warren is the drive coming from their own economic situation premiums are going up their kitchen table issues they can't get ahead or is it a an issue of societal concern Bernie Sanders has health care is a human right we should vote for this because far and outside of what I pay for my healthcare everybody should have it because it's just the right thing to do well I think the voters get a different story but all of us have had bad experiences with the healthcare system at some point weather was waiting to see a doctor a surprise medical bill that came no get a great series on high deductibles that patients who have health insurance theoretically good health insurance but are still ending up with these bills that might have surprised them and I think that is a key issue even beyond the uninsured Americans which have gone down though the uninsured rate has crept back up under the trump administration there are another fifty million Americans who are underinsured and many of those people with their mediocre health plans say we need something better now but somebody mentioned president trump we better mention president trump he's Bernie Sanders or whoever wins the democratic nomination will not be the only candidate on offer in November are rushing to help me understand what president trump has proposed if anything on healthcare so as of late I would say as when we look at the Medicare for all discussion public option discussion you know president trump is really focused on saying we do not want the government to expand its footprint anymore in our health care system he says the democratic pants or socialist he uses at those kinds of terms to describe them and really he's saying that there are ways to bolster the existing system that we have we don't need any more government involvement that we already do one of the biggest things that I think we could get to an end Medicare for all and the public option sort of tangentially gets to this is that the rising costs of prescription drugs so president trump has said it's a top priority for him and his administration has had I think it be generous to say they've had mixed success in trying to contain costs but that is a very large priority for them going into the election and we also do have democratic candidates worst proposing different ideas for how to contain rising drug costs I'm speaking of the issue of socialism or expanding government health care let's listen to president trump in his own words I've also made an iron clad pledge to American families we will always protect patients with pre existing conditions we we will always protect your Medicare and we will always protect your social security there's a lot going on there Dan I want to talk about the first part of that statement we will always protect your pre existing conditions that phrase is extremely popular with Americans and at the same time that president trump makes that statement his administration is in court trying to do the opposite of what he just said can you help us explain exactly what's going on with pre existing conditions I I can try and and to cope with this though what is exactly going on in the president's thinking is is a matter of of history that's okay we can we can stick to the truth god the statement that the president at the trump administration is protecting pre existing conditions does not jibe with the actions of the administration as you pointed out Todd the administration is trying to strike down the affordable Care Act in court that would include its historic protection for patients who already have a chronic condition and are looking to shop for health care that is many Americans arguably most Americans depending on how how they are viewed by health insurer the actions by the administration also don't show that they have a plan ready to replace the affordable Care Act I know this because I've done reporting on this at politico with Russian up when she was my colleague we looked at the trump administration asked them again and again where is this plan who is working on it and every attempt that they have made to come up with a patch to replace coverage for pre existing conditions conditions do you don't have that but the trump administration is aware Republicans no this is an Achilles heel and in twenty eighteen Democrats won many seats retook the house in the mid term elections because they campaigned on this message the Donald Trump and Republicans were making it harder for people who had some sickness to get health care indeed Republicans launched a major campaign in the Senate to repeal the affordable Care Act repeal the Medicaid expansion it was a huge story and the fortunes the polling of the affordable Care Act have risen and they have fallen but one thing that's always been wild a popular is protecting pre existing conditions people love it you're listening to one I I'm tots will ask Russia go ahead pre existing conditions and whether they are being defended or not right was it just one thing I want to add really quickly on that it's it's important to remember when we say Irving current protections for pre existing conditions that the affordable Care Act made possible it's not just having insurance protections for a chronic condition that you might have the ACA also includes protections on pricing so that coverage cannot be wildly unaffordable to you because it covers pre existing conditions so I think regardless of which side of the aisle I can't it's on whether it's the twenty twenty Democrats or whether it's the president if you say that you are going to protect pre existing conditions the ACA includes those two categories so it's important for people to understand that the pricing part I think gets forgotten somewhat but it's also it's just as important if not more and now on on prescription drug costs which is where you started president trump has said many times he wants to lower those prescription drug costs people love to hear that of those costs have gone up and up and up and up how how exactly has the trump administration either proposed he said they have a mixed record of success do they have any success there have been proposals in the past to give Medicare the ability to negotiate directly with drug companies so that they use that massive market clout to drive prices down I don't know if president trump is in favor of that or if he's tried to be in favor of it only to run into into lobbyists so the president in the past did say that he favored letting Medicare have the ability to negotiate the price of prescription drugs he has since said he opposes that that policy is arguably the the hallmark of a build that house Democrats spearheaded to lower the cost of prescription drugs it is also very crucial policy in basically every twenty twenty Democrats drug pricing plans so he is so the president says he opposes that he is calling on Congress to pass a bipartisan bill send it to him and he'll sign it but.

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A lot of caffeine this Stephanie we know what that life is life every day yeah but welcome and you're starting off on I guess I know here cross until in the end in here on daybreak press here temperatures right now and the lower thirties and we will gradually see our temperatures climb to the fifties thirty two degrees right now it is a clear skies you're heading out the door here in Indianapolis or feel like temperature at twenty nine degrees that's because we've seen winds pick up out of the east at three miles per hour scene with that slight breeze it's making it feel just a little bit colder outside right now most of us in the upper twenties to near thirty degrees thirty up in Kokomo thirty three in Muncie twenty seven in Lafayette thirty in Bloomington here to start off this morning as we head through the afternoon anticipate a lot of sunshine temperatures also responds the sun we do say it's about around say noon we should see our times already climbing into the mid forties anticipate a very warm day here are times in the lower fifties this afternoon with a mostly sunny skies so it's shaping up to be a great day here to start off your holiday week if you have to go into work this morning a commuter Catholics grade will be a clear to start once we see a bit more sunshine it will be a bright start as well chili with our times in the lower thirty so you'll still need a heavy jacket but you won't necessarily need all of the layers you wear this morning through this afternoon since most of us should warm well into the lower fifties we see a mostly sunny sky today pretty strong southerly winds that's gonna pump in some warmer air through this afternoon so coming up in a few minutes here we're gonna start off the work week on a quiet note we're going to continue to see a warming trend through about mid to late week this week and we'll show you some of these warmer numbers especially like Christmas and Thursday afternoon and we will see that quest Christmas forecasts expect to see a lot of sunshine with temperatures well above the seasonal high I was so you those numbers coming up in just a little bit roadways here this morning to look okay for the most part I I foresee as having a fairly quiet eve of morning commute rather I for sixty five near fifty sixth street not a whole lot of issues going on right now not.

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"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kokomo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A lot of money and so higher taxes we should have a bigger impact on their behavior and how they deal with themselves so I hit listen to people saying all we don't want to tax the poor well we want the portal lives longer so they can get an education and enjoy life and that's what why you do want to do exactly what a lot of people say you don't want to do we want the poor live longer so we can tax than even longer squeeze every nickel and dime we let me put this in the layman's terms here get the cliff notes version out for you if you're somebody that's poor your too stupid to have money you'll just kill yourself with it so that's why we're gonna take it away from yeah I mean I was the sugar tax of the soft drinks cigarette taxes stuff like that I mean if you're if somebody has a lot of money and likes and joys those vices a couple dollars not going to mean anything to you so the only way the rid your right to reserve their tax it's a tax on the poor every time you see something like that it's it's the people that care maybe they should start taxing the Jesus out of big macs well hold hold on here hold on here not nor deny that I had a couple big macs this week in myself can you start taxing me on don't tread on me all get the flag out all start the militia we'll go seventeen seventy six on I know you as it was at all in one sitting it was is different periods throughout the the four day holiday it was to want to drive home from Kokomo wow thank you I didn't want to stop with the one well it was buy one get one four.

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How Trump's next tax cut would boost America's richest

Hammer and Nigel

01:49 min | 4 years ago

How Trump's next tax cut would boost America's richest

"Cheating, for the wealthy cloudy in seventy one degrees some patchy fog and drizzle. Tonight more rain possible tomorrow I'm. Staying Lear here's what's trending at four thirty President Trump is considering. Another tax cut without taking it to congress. FOX's John decker reports from the White House Fox News has confirmed that the Trump administration is studying a plan to cut capital gains taxes by one hundred billion. Dollars over ten years by factoring in inflation the proposal that's being considered as having the treasury department issue regulations on its own without going to congress to allow Americans to account, for, inflation in determining capital gains tax liabilities president George H W Bush administration rejected a similar move in nineteen Ninety-two after concluding treasury didn't have the power to make the change unilaterally capital gains taxes were left unchanged in the one and a half trillion dollar tax law That President Trump signed last year. At the White House Jon decker Fox News an unusually big drug. Busts were Howard county nearly fifty people accused. Dealers and users have been arrested and Kokomo police captain Tonto cockerel says that's only the second half of the investigation are secondary rush resulted in the recovery of. Nearly a thousand grams of nothing phetamine five thousand grams of marijuana twenty grams of heroin and over two hundred syringes earlier the same investigation brought down one of the biggest drug, rings, the county has ever seen prosecutor Mark McCann says Moore Rashtra expected maybe those are parents in the checkout line buying school supplies for a son or daughter or maybe their teachers spending their own money to supply their classrooms Changed from where maybe just a little. Bit, of money was spent out. Of your own pocket to now we're talking several hundred dollars or more for any given, the school. Year to make sure we have the basic, needs in our classroom Theresa.

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