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Eddie Jaku, a Holocaust survivor who led with kindness and tolerance, dies at 101
"Political survivor eighty J. crew who last year published his best selling memoir the happiest man on earth who's died in Sydney Australia Jewish community leader Dowland Bach describes any J. crew whose one hundred one as a beacon of light and hope for not only our community but the world the Holocaust survivor was born in April nineteen twenty in Germany his parents and many of his wider family did not survive the war Jake who had been sent to and escaped from concentration camps including Buchenwald and Auschwitz where his parents were gassed on arrival J. Koo said in a speech in Sydney in twenty nineteen I do not hate anyone hate is a disease which may destroy your enemy but will also destroy you I'm
"koos" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa
"Clearly. So what fascinated and what really freaked me out the most. Was that story where peter said. You know the craziest thing about socks was how short that boardroom meeting was because it was fifty minutes and he went into that meeting and he just said no. We're not selling. And peter. And jim just looked at him and said mark you sir. You ought to sell this company. You're going to literally walk away with two hundred million dollars and you're mark answer billy. He answered Well if i sell facebook. I have to build another one. What's play koos says the that's even more insane for me like i'm crazy but this guy's not a hold the level of crazy and that's why duck succeeded. Don't you find it odd. All these billionaires are still working. Why are they still working. So hard suck. Cylinder is a net worth of sixty billion because the eccentric They don't get there without something being wrong here in a good way. And that's the idea. Yeah it's the crazy factor. And i think that's the key point for number two. When we think of the case studies they would think of you highlighted. The one common thread is this craziness. Gene that they all have to some degree. Call it eccentric. Call it just insane. Whatever label you wanna give it. There's a they're not doing if in order to do something that's not normal day. Themselves are not normal. So yeah okay. So what's the third thing. I would say the third in general and i'm happy to give us an example here of just everything that we believe that conventional wisdom and he just says is it true and he argues every single. One of them really. Well it's basically what the book is for those of you who do think about reading it is. It's a whole book around unique thoughts. That you never really thought of that motivates you to create your own version of zero to like if you created your own version of all your controversial believes ruled. That book look like feel. That was my biggest takeaway as a third point block of one of those examples. Yes a chapter called. Competition is for losers right. He says that monopolies pretend to be all the gop laze in allah. God please pretend to be the monopolies or action. Explain what i mean here..
"koos" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"I'm talking about by the way you just look at the match of tie quite cousy. Our guy to gone jesper schlongs then a cooler. Taking j clarke tomorrow got camille mattress. Dick against Roberto kobe bena hoeger rooney continuing to make his return. He's taken on public and bihar the number two seed. That's a really really fun. Set of challenge matches over in poland. And i believe our damian koos will be live on sites of and look for more on that event throughout the course of the week of course over. In iran's this week we have the indoor challenger. In france andy murray knocked out by former top junior in the world. Not the top one of the top juniors in the world in romans affiliates if you romans affiliate if that's the name that you recognize your hipster like me so welcome back folks but Look he's guys that with so many injuries the towns always been there and for him to goodwin's he's gonna take on richard gasquet. Who's gotten to good. In this event as well thought ernesto escobedo looked particularly good today in a win over lusty and he's got gabala vealy next. You've got thomas check in The draw here. He's taken on. Matt's meringue casper phuc back in action. Taken a guy who's been so good at the challenger level this season benjamin bonds. Yeah think six five or six challenge titles for him Over the course of this year. you've got liam broady. Gregoire breyer You know luca. Que- antoine hong arthur render. Nash escapes big-serving vice. Comcast three-set win for him. Today tristen llamas seen Will be his next opponent but again render nash. Am you know you've got casper's zouk inaction obviously some gas case affiliate action over in france and again. It's just high-quality fields you look at the challenger over in ecuador. This might be the. I suppose i don't want to say those qualities still pretty solid. I mean there's a really fun. I match between patrick. Higson intego toronto. If you want to geek out with me but in terms of most would say eight. Not alice but the most. What's the word. I'm looking for not the hipsters but mainstream their most mainstream names. This one's perhaps the most lacking but you guys have had a ton of success on the challenger tour over the past year teagle toronto one of the many talented young argentinians pablo vuckovich. Another one of them. You look for domain still in action and then some relatively unknowns alex. The talented young frenchmen mateo appare show another appear persia cod excuse. Me perish show persia kat. Another talented young frenchmen. You've got olivieri In that bottom half of the draw as well. It's just interesting. It's an interesting interesting draw over in ecuador and then of course last but certainly not least in eastern bolt turkey shot up to bore negozio new career high for him number to eleven he knocks off. Carlaw ski to make just a second chance or quarter-final ears.
"koos" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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I don't know if oscar de la hoya was called fight somebody into saying wait weightless holyfield. He will win from walter way to heavyweight. How how much weight off speaking. I just ask the question. Why are you asking. A sports question is in sports. I can while you k- not do this to show. The point is that trump about donald trump. Yeah who wants to listen to him and donald junior. He'll talk today. Fight either one of the fight game. They made them million. They really really hurt that he'd been hard. Dad hit him all. It was hard as my girlfriend. Hit me a right cross was really nice is really say some. He should say what he say. Huge rate really. Terrific terrific yeah. I've getting beating myself. That's the lack i pay. I pay money to see him and his son fight each other. I pay for that. None of never never they say trump is lost about fifteen pounds. He's trying to slim down and he stopped doing the tanning. Mcdonald's who'd eating all this getting down free team pounds. That's what they're saying. He's trying to get in shape to be. You know. look healthy for the twenty twenty four. Not anyone for each get ready. Get down to his prison. We finally okay. Are you guys the way they rolled in our kelly's evidence. I hope they roll in. He'll just like i ask you. Just ask to watch it. Sure gonna white watch the fight anyway though without jokes you. If you watch the jokes i might watch like What the nfl season kicks off this weekend. Yeah college football is in full bloom. Georgia beat clemson last week. Yeah we're to watch this comedy of the fight out watch it. I want to see holy enough in the by it is. Surely i don't know is it. Online is an online fight. I'm not not not not not not bail. For versus holyfield tyson. Holyfield had his chip. They say kim jong las way to say a word day. Say one word. And then i was going to come on coming up next. The nephew is here with today's prank. Phone call right after this. You're listening to morning show. 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"koos" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
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"koos" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"Well we have one record in the whole town. it's called. The forgetful woman counts to ten. Take a listen now. I know this is more boring than i thought. If i'm gonna make this town fund. I need to get everyone's attention. I know what i'll do. Think claiming tolls building in town. I think i'm feeling a little bit of interest in a dash of excitement. Hello everyone chase muggy with the bologna. Come to my attention that no one is having fun. But i will make this spot. If it's the thing i do. And so are the most barin town at the town square at noon for a final showdown. I know there's a weird time to ask this but those your name again me. She's blacks is really know. Sometimes you can't play this. I'm i'm cheese. Muggy with now is to challenge challenges. The tax guy. He's so boring. They're going to have to face off against each other. Guess and whoever wins will determine if boring town remain boring a become fun alex showdown against now. She's monkeys throwing water balloons. at alex. The tax food is really. Oh jeez monkey. Did you know self employment taxes. Fifteen point three percent and exists solely to cover social security and medicare taxes. Information is helpful. Let's bar got choose. Monkeys not fun enough to counter boring alex the tax guy one more boring fact could make him fall asleep then our town. We'll never be fun. You'll listen to me. Alex the tax guy. It doesn't have to be this way. We can all work together to make boring town of fun blaze. No cheese monkey. You listen to me self. Employment tax is in addition to a regular income tax rate setting sal. Twenty five to thirty percent of your freelance checks. Innocent savings account would cover your income taxes. Cheese got us my secret or attack. My funny funny whistle shaped like a cow is donald those cows and the distance getting closer and the cows have laser very interesting. That's not it's the most interesting liming bored i was going to talk about self employment tax deductions. I am defeated. But you'll see me again with tax season comes around alex. The tax guy ran away. It's all thanks to jesus is embarrassing. I know you told me this twice already. But what's your name again. My name is jason. Today was the most fun day. Hey i think we should change our name to fun town. Someone should tell the male you the mayor. Oh that's right. I'll tell myself they end and now lease speaks with the author. Hey arianne how's it going. Hey so excited good. I'm excited to. I think your story is so funny. Yeah i really wanted to make something though silly but at the same time you know your story is also about something that is kind of central to the human experience being born. Yeah i thought t's monkey with the baloney hat. His name is not boring he should make other people feel bored but you might wonder if she's monkey with the baloney head doing really good for boring count. Yeah and so are you saying that. It's not clear whether the way that she's monkey with. The ballooning hat is changing boring town. Whether that's good or bad yeah. Like boring is not a very good feeling. But also it's proven that boring people are actually more creative. Why do you think that is well. When you're bored. You have literally nothing to do except like thing and what. I find that when i'm bored i think like a lot. My mind wanders into many places. That's why i came up with cheese monkey with the balloon. Yeah i was bored. And i had wacky ideas throwing my head so like by changing boring town. He might be making less creative place. Yeah maybe in. The process cheese monkey with the ballooning hat is established his rule over boring town. We don't know she's monkeys could kyler bad guy. Do you know the answer that question if i did. I wouldn't tell you because that's the magic of the story. Yeah i think you have taught our listeners. Something very important about interesting characters. Today your character doesn't necessarily have to be a good guy or bad guy can be like inbetween or you don't even know. I feel like when i read a story about a character that is complex. Maybe they're flawed. Maybe they have good parts and bad parts. It helps me understand some people that i come into contact within the real world. Better magic stores in general's you can learn stuff about the real world even if you're like reading about nights killing dragons area and this has been so funded talk to you. Yeah it's It's a pleasure. Alright keep making awesome stuff okay. Don't worry i will all right bye bye. That's it for today's episode. Thanks for listening in a huge things. Do today's authors anna an area on before we go. Here's today's story spark kits. 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"koos" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"Is forty days long. Sounds boring what about sports. We have the superfund mini golf course. That's fun oh it is but it was replaced by that sign. That says nothing to see. Here let's fun. What about music. Well we have one record in the whole town. it's called. The forgetful woman counts to ten. Take a listen now. I know this is more boring than i thought. If i'm gonna make this town fund. I need to get everyone's attention. I know what i'll do. Think claiming tolls building in town. I think i'm feeling a little bit of interest in a dash of excitement. Hello everyone chase muggy with the bologna. Come to my attention that no one is having fun. But i will make this spot. If it's the thing i do. And so are the most barin town at the town square at noon for a final showdown. I know there's a weird time to ask this but those your name again me. She's blacks is really know. Sometimes you can't play this. I'm i'm cheese. Muggy with now is to challenge challenges. The tax guy. He's so boring. They're going to have to face off against each other. Guess and whoever wins will determine if boring town remain boring a become fun alex showdown against now. She's monkeys throwing water balloons. at alex. The tax food is really. Oh jeez monkey. Did you know self employment taxes. Fifteen point three percent and exists solely to cover social security and medicare taxes. Information is helpful. Let's bar got choose. Monkeys not fun enough to counter boring alex the tax guy one more boring fact could make him fall asleep then our town. We'll never be fun. You'll listen to me. Alex the tax guy. It doesn't have to be this way. We can all work together to make boring town of fun blaze. No cheese monkey. You listen to me self. Employment tax is in addition to a regular income tax rate setting sal. Twenty five to thirty percent of your freelance checks. Innocent savings account would cover your income taxes. Cheese got us my secret or attack. My funny funny whistle shaped like a cow is donald those cows and the distance getting closer and the cows have laser very interesting. That's not it's the most interesting liming bored i was going to talk about self employment tax deductions. I am defeated. But you'll see me again with tax season comes around alex. The tax guy ran away. It's all thanks to jesus is embarrassing. I know you told me this twice already. But what's your name again. My name is jason. Today was the most fun day. Hey i think we should change our name to fun town. Someone should tell the male you the mayor. Oh that's right. I'll tell myself they end and now lease speaks with the author. Hey arianne how's it going. Hey so excited good. I'm excited to. I think your story is so funny. Yeah i really wanted to make something though silly but at the same time you know your story is also about something that is kind of central to the human experience being born. Yeah i thought t's monkey with the baloney hat. His name is not boring he should make other people feel bored but you might wonder if she's monkey with the baloney head doing really good for boring count. Yeah and so are you saying that. It's not clear whether the way that she's monkey with. The ballooning hat is changing boring town. Whether that's good or bad yeah. Like boring is not a very good feeling. But also it's proven that boring people are actually more creative. Why do you think that is well. When you're bored. You have literally nothing to do except like thing and what. I find that when i'm bored i think like a lot. My mind wanders into many places. That's why i came up with cheese monkey with the balloon. Yeah i was bored. And i had wacky ideas throwing my head so like by changing boring town. He might be making less creative place. Yeah maybe in. The process cheese monkey with the ballooning hat is established his rule over boring town. We don't know she's monkeys could kyler bad guy. Do you know the answer that question if i did. I wouldn't tell you because that's the magic of the story. Yeah i think you have taught our listeners. Something very important about interesting characters. Today your character doesn't necessarily have to be a good guy or bad guy can be like inbetween or you don't even know. I feel like when i read a story about a character that is complex. Maybe they're flawed. Maybe they have good parts and bad parts. It helps me understand some people that i come into contact within the real world. Better magic stores in general's you can learn stuff about the real world even if you're like reading about nights killing dragons area and this has been so funded talk to you. Yeah it's It's a pleasure. Alright keep making awesome stuff okay. Don't worry i will all right bye bye. That's it for today's episode. Thanks for listening in a huge things. Do today's authors anna an area on before we go. Here's today's story spark kits. Right is a story about a character that is not good or bad but kind of right in between. Tell us who your character is what they want more than anything in the whole world and how they go about getting in tell us what parts of your character are. Good in parts are bad. How do they negotiate between the two parts of themself. And how do the two parts of the character affect how they get what they want as always grownups can submit stories at story. Pirates dot com. Cnn week for part. Two of our season finale.
"koos" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"That's welcome a cpr. Oh john I'm suspecting there might be some big terrible thing. Kathy definitely and please stop eric. Don't you golf course. Pacing dancing was extremely unique. Mike anything. I've ever seen vigil speaking but then what's wrong. Come on you can tell me. Come on please. Please tell me what's wrong. Everything is wrong. Everything we need your and faxed or else never nevada as we know it won't be god burn after asp. Well i have a feeling. We're not going to resolve this in one episode. Shall we do another story and here to introduce. it is the author. I'm daria. i'm twelve years old. And i live in california. This is my story. She's monkey with a bologna hat. Monkey how can i ever repay for teaching humdrum town how to have fun to retain me there. This is like i do. I made you a very special very a thank you note. That's typo. I mean cheese. Monkey notice south where you into fireworks later. Make sure it says monkey donkey otherwise it will be embarrassing for me. The mayor embarrassing for me. The mayor well off to the next town to make it fun. What did you do that. anyway. I have a and compelling backstory but i don't want to talk about it nuts the next town on the map town. She's kim no the people in boring town or even more boring than us fun. Wow what you just said is a great big really cool. Yes mckeever got it open up. I did electrical outlet. Come yes yes. Turn it work. Okay yes ready to go. Okay say what you said again. The people in boring town never have fun because they never met the. is that what. I'm not even playing this this. This is the demo. Okay one more time because they never met the monkey. That sounds way more genre appropriate. Tau spent all the towns money on those fireworks just another boring day here in boring town. Townsfolk cheese monkey wearing a baloney hat. Absolutely and sometimes. I make sandwiches out of my hat fund which is something. We don't like here and boring town. Can we interest you in some boredom. I some monotony will. No you can't. What.
"koos" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"The queen of nether negotia. Same name as your neronha petered. The queen is his nanna. Oh okay that makes sense. Because i was about to say okay. Random ma wonderful grants. How off mischief you give me a hug. I might be bait but this is making me an emotional. Same me are you crying. I just got a little one to in my down you this whole time. I have your email those ago. You said you were going to antarctica to focus of cracks. I didn't want to on worry and i did. Come to focus on my cracks. one thing. that's another before. I know it i was clean you know goes do i ever been there. These are my friends. The story presidents. we've been looking for nothern abuser. Four we even doing this. I honestly have no idea well. I'm glad you found your way to me. You said you had something to say me something to say. Be for your son said well. I don't have anything to say. But maybe like to hear from the nabet motion sewer okay. I'll be right back. Hey grownups it's time for a special part of today's show about more ways to enjoy story pirates in your life and a chance to win our biggest giveaway. Evert win the story. Pirates will perform for your child's school. You'll receive an autographed season for poster signed photos of the story. Pirates podcast hosts story. Pirates t shirts and sweatshirts stickers are three chapter books are full length albums with songs from the podcast and one year of a premium creator club membership that includes special events with podcast hosts and more andrew to win by signing up for our newsletter today at story. Pirates dot com slash. Podcast if you already receive our newsletter you already have one entry button. You can find some ways to increase your chances of winning at story. Pirates dot com slash podcast. The story pirates believed that kids are creative geniuses and we want to inspire them by providing your family with prompts activities live virtual entertainment and more ways to spark creativity. I hey peter what's up. I'm so glad you're here. Something really important just half. Oh what was it. I've been inspired inspired Yes you know the feeling you get when you experience something so special that moves to action makes you feel like you have the ability to bring your dreams to life. Oh yeah. I get that feeling. When i read stories written by kids. I guess a lot of story. Pirates are inspired by kids stories. As i am also but today i am inspired by something else. What inspired you. Today was a song or a poem or maybe sunset even better. I've been inspired by this. It's the perfect donut. That looks like a very normal donut. Oh sorry not that one. I meant doughnut also. Looks like a normal donut. Wow you know. It's pretty hard to tell these perfect donuts apart. You know. maybe i'm just inspired by onus. That makes a lot of sense bridges delicious. Help your kids find inspiration to create and never miss a story. Pirates event or activity by signing up for our newsletter today at.
"koos" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"Does everybody know how to boogie. Well i don't know either but you're the teacher i know that's my secret. Shame maybe aikido. Whoa it's a super cool. Dogan dancing shoes who are you. I'm a dog. Who knows how to book own. Alright pup arroni's got a new day for you wall. It's called the doggie boogie and it goes like this real cool. Dad's shoes got a dead so fresh so nice. Oh no it's easy. Dogs is do what i do and then pretty soon. You'll be bullied so just to the puts applause out like you ready to fight. Would be braille. Like you fly in a kite boogie. By too late k jamaa the nelson's on the ground a little mobile be tasty gable hop once lift dot my bag but don't slow the flow there in store billy doggy. Doggy buggies buggy dougie boogie. Doggy bugs lake boogie donnybrook dargis wooded now all boogie movements. Brigham utah doggy. Leaving head out the window. Like i go to give a good job on comedy role. Jackie always. It's the beat his water. I will laugh it up. I was in those days tall. Come into the course. Doggy buggy buggy boogie. Woogie can't believe. I never knew how to bougainville ours. Always such a goody goody but now again i'm having a ball like a person step my name and the call. This is what. I was meant to teach. Y'all do the darby boogie leash laws. Bogey dogging termi into a fan. Everybody come on clap. Your hands clap. Clap cut doggy. Clap clap clap. Bogey crap clap. Clap doggy doggy sir. Yes i think. I heard the bell rung. Done dog would do you want to tell them. Well sure. I'll say everybody. Well done also that. I'm dope and i'm out and you're welcome boogie. Woogie boogie dog buggy do the buggy. Doggy boogie doggy. Buggy boogie boogie doggy. Boogie boogie boogie. Donkeys doodles arnie's value burger. Yeah and now lease speaks with the author. High edits leave from story pirates. So etta i wanted to ask you of course about your incredible story of dogs could do the boogie. Can you tell me how you got the idea for it. My dog her name is olive and he kinda dances around. He goes from high let and she kind of moved around and rolls. So i thought it'd be funny as the dog could talk so i try to make a story about it. So can you tell me more about the celebrity dog that you put in your story. He's like kind of agreement all who thinks he's the best that dancing and whenever people are in trouble he just opened the door. Like i can help you. I know what to do. And he kind of takes over is that based on anything to me and my friends are making a movie and in one scene. It's where there's as bad guy who kicks open the door and he's like hello like march in thinks he's the best so it kind of that. It would be really funny. Oh wow have you started filming We filmed the trailer and we filmed the first seen in. We're still working on it. Wow in the trailer for your movie. Does it have like a voiceover. That's like in a world i'm talking about. What can you think of. Like what the voice over in the trailer for your story would sound like ab supported time. It was a dog and came their owners and he just wanted a single tree and then in a couple of months invented the Bookie in the world will never be the same come this summer. If dogs could do the book ee. That is awesome. So do you feel like you have a good idea of what the doggie buggy looks like. Okay so i'm gonna. I'm actually standing up right now. Can you like teach it to me right now. Like step by. How are you good gab. Okay i'm going to dab dab and then march issue leg. I'm marching creative. Just wiggle around. Okay i'll going to start wiggling. So i'm marching and wiggling and i'm gonna just every once in a while right all right. So let's do. It can using the song while i dance will be. Here's the doggy dog. But he got. He talked he incredible. And that's it. Wow so much better than the lawnmower at This has been a blast talking to you. Thank you so much for coming to talk with me on the phone by by all okay. Let's swim through the tunnel over the counter under this rock eric. How are we supposed to swim under a rock to find we can swim over was trying to keep things fresh and fun just little further clearing ahead and look. We're we're in some sort of underwater city swindon here and i carry around the tiny warn. Excuse me dr after all this time is real panicking fate. Never and why heir to southbound. I know this is our sorry your dream come true but you have to find your grandmother breaks. Has anyone seen my man. She's is this toll. Looks like me more grandmother. He gave me one that can help me. Oh i don't know if that's there she is. I deduce from the crown on her head in her robe in other people. Bow down to her. She's the queen..
"koos" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"Hey everyone leave from the story. Pirates here welcome to part one of our big season four finale. Today's episode has some really exciting guests including actor gabrielle. Dennis rapper musician and producer. Messiah in music group kuku kangaroo all those guests and so much more after this quick words for the grownups previously on the story. Pirates podcast all my life. My nanna would tell me stories about the lost city of nothern. Abo- should never have been. There's no such thing is never know. Bolger a magical. Underwater land is a matching underwater scam. You're watching. I love this. Show trinite it up. As allies ca bunch of questions are contestant will answer and if they get them all right they win. One million live krill. Isn't that right. One million krill. Our man give anything for that much crew. Same and trust me. I have your first question is how many krill are a the only ever. Do this question. is it a fee. A billion a trillion or d. One million come on just answer yes or no one million krill is that correct only play. I of course a pumpkin soup. And then i'd ask the krill if they wanted to chime for your next question stopped making that terrible noise watch favorite show. Where's that seeing coming from. I think it's coming from outside the ship hoping that south one come because i what is she talking about. Won't stop voice. Turn off the show you that voice would know that. Beautiful voice anywhere my. Oh so that free. You've got your singing voice from we were all thinking it.
Chiefs clinch No. 1 seed when Falcons' Koo misses late FG
"Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was not sharp but he threw the game winning pass inside the games two minute warning for a seventeen fourteen win over the Atlanta Falcons Mahomes threw a pair of touchdown passes and an interception falcons place kicker younghoe Koo missed a chance to send the game into overtime when his thirty nine yard field goal attempt sailed wide right the chiefs earned the number one seed for the AFC playoffs with a fourteen in one record Greg Eklund Kansas city
Tom Livne CEO of Verbit on Automated Transcription
"Know i always wrote to explain by you know okay. We are now on this podcast. Right with a lot of verbal information in your one hundred eighty plus episodes. I if we and we do recording this session. Let's assume we wanna get the professional trump's of it. But why do i mean by professional translate. I mean verbatim. Transcript one hundred percent accurate ward by ward. And you can. He might terrible israeli accent ride so is really difficult for the i in speech recognition engines out there to take everything one hundred percent correctly right. So if we're thinking about professional ashtros caption the way it's been done today. Fully many many many moms and pops the transcription fully manual listening to intact. Scratch grant limited capacity scale low rush margins in koo sticker successor and as mentioned the speech recognition technology is not their riches to a five percent perhaps even sometimes a bit more than that but usually eighty eighty five and there are some use cases that this level of accuracy is not good enough and we are very we are technological description former always like insane only three words what we're doing and we have a really interesting unique approach of hybrid model of the speech recognition that we are developing and building in house with at marketplace in community of twenty two thousand freelancers from all around the globe the take automated Of our ai mega correction where needed in order. To bring it to the you know the the one hundred percent or the ninety nine point nine percent accuracy and every time that making the corrections is supervised learning through the speech. Engine that's better and better over time. This is really high level in in the the use cases of professional prescription is really really brought. So he has made the market at thirty billion dollar addressable market and and they can give you some example of the use cases that we we are focusing so you have education in legal. Those are the two major use cases. Did we of today so education. There's regulation of ada america's ability that forced all universities to make the content searchable accessible with hearing problem right. Now we've covered everything shift to to distance learning remote learning rydin and based on this law every content that had been uploaded to web need to be transcribed and we as today. We have more than five hundred. Enterprise customers Harvard stanford researcher. Except that we are serving to do the the professional transcript. Put them and then delete vertical. It's many around deposition transcript so you know if you are a law firm and you you wanna get. The position usually give cold to the reporting agencies that while they're doing their in facilitating the Vanden and scheduling it with all the parties involved. The witnesses the lawyers except for our pre covid. They give physical place to the position. Now everything's been done resumed than the record. The session ending the trance. Game of those position we had their partner to help them. With those professional at the positions. Those are only two use cases that many many other such media healthcare finance and the list goes on and on grading this huge opportunity. Thirty billion addressable market is really kind of legacy market so we are innovating And kind of disrupting this
Ryan, Falcons avenge earlier loss to Panthers, 25-17
"The Atlanta Falcons about trouble holding fourth quarter leads this year but this time finally they did hold on to beat Carolina twenty five seventeen the Panthers drove from their own five to the falcons thirty before bleeding ray Wilson picked off a teddy Bridgewater pass to seal the win the falcons only punted once in the game getting touchdown runs for Matt Ryan and Todd Gurley and four field goals from younghoe Koo Carolina got two touchdowns and Curtis Samuel one rushing and one receiving stock and receiver Julio Jones didn't score but total a hundred and thirty seven yards Brett McMillan Charlotte
"koos" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Keith Koo's guest is executive recruiter coach and author, Kathy Trend who discusses her book Journey, Mastering the art of Slowing down into a beautiful existence, her messages that we need to learn how to slow down in our lives to achieve greater satisfaction, the Silicon Valley insider show. Saturday morning. Attend on 8 60 am Thie Answer. Eddie Van Halen, one of rock and Roll's most gifted and The love guitarists has died, and that's his song. That's their song. That's Van Halen and Panama. Music You listen to, maybe for 23 years. Played it for a long time to start every hour or most hours of Mike Gallagher show. Bet, Helen's son, Wolf confirmed the news yesterday. He wrote on Twitter. I can't believe I'm having to write this. But my father Edward Lodwick. Then.
Interview With Polly Irungu
"I WANNA start off just talking about your beginnings you immigrated with your family from Nigeria. So right? From Kenya Kenya. Oh my politics. Wermer my head but. Everywhere that is for sure. Everywhere. From Kenya. Yes. Alright. But yeah, you're just four years old and he moved to Kansas Yes sir why Kansas you know still don't. Know My dad had family host family set up. You know before he came to the states. That help to get situated in everything bat began groping, Kansas. which granted at Mike all the fifty states but you know for me at least I was able to grow up in a pretty diverse community I grew up in a very additional Kenyan upbringing dishes. I know how to cook are related to. Kenyan So you know there's that you know for me it's like okay spent Kansas. But then there's like my mom's oldest twelve. So we have relatives in like Missouri. CHICAGO. Spread out across the Midwest also an west coast, and then in Canada's I was able to. have. All that in my upbringing I was against which was nice. I grew up in Los Angeles and my parents. Republic. So There were Dominicans here, but they were all over the place. It wasn't like. In Miami or New York where you have a real concentration. A. I was really aware of my otherness because I would mean people would look at me and assume that I was just I was African American and Latino expect me to speak Spanish and they will look the they always just what like Way Right women was at a similar experience for you. You know honestly it's been easy for me. Yeah. Because you know as later as I got older when I was still in Kansas and I hung out like other Africa. It never felt like African enough. But some points because. Came when I was like four when I came actually had half a speech tutor. English until maybe I think six was really hard. I had I like combined English in. So Healy in Koo are tribal language into one language only my mom and my sister could understand. For for for so long when I was when I was young, I was like a baby like literally only understood tutor in all of that and so you know eventually when I am older, I'm in my middle school in the my first year of high school really like a middle school year is when I was hanging out with other Africans is like they all knew me in I? Did it felt out of place and then also you know what I did have like my outside of Africa is like my other friends in other fronts in general that are Americans that I must like. There's a lot of cultural like things that I didn't understand until much. Later a lot of just you know, for TV shows that music to the food like a lot of things I wasn't exposed to unless I saw that on my own centuries by friends who introduced me to that because my parents did though it was weird at times for more so I guess when I went to Oregon. Last. A little different. You know like 'cause I joined like what is what I could tell this later Fast forward into like when I actually dmed Undergrad University of Oregon a PWI and I was part of be issue in Asa African Student Association club. But like a lot of the BS you is like I didn't know about the movie, Friday. I didn't know about all these different staples that I I should have. No you know just different cultural things like that I also later. Caught. Up On between then I was. Doing. Good realized. Parts of you know American culture black culture. You know like that was missing out on because of my up gate. So. This is by Felicia you go. To. You find that now considering what you do that otherness is sort of an advantage. Actually I think. So because you know for me, I find that I can adapt to any community I've lived in Kansas I loved Oregon. In Arkansas I lifted a Virginia. The DMV area. Being exposed to all those places? Right. There are different communities now Brooklyn, which is huge right and so for me, I, feel like I could really be able to like talk to anyone and everyone and with the community that I'm building black people are not a monolith right? So all of them are so different in their own way a lot of them have different UPBRINGINGS and perspectives. The next person right next to them don't have. So for me, I'm learning from them. Think they're learning from each other. You know it's still early but I see that I see how we're also different. We're all tied to like similar experience.
Disney losing money due to COVID-19
"Time now to talk business joining me the financial analyst. Louise Koo for good to have you here on a Friday. Louise. Tell us about the. The issues that Disney is now facing in terms of its filming schedule. So in America can number of cases of coronavirus is gonNA have four million. It still increasing big. America's not really controlling the pandemic, and there are now some concerns about the economy bounced back as well. Thirty million Americans are claiming unemployment support data and yesterday in the weekly jobless figures. We had a rise again so there there are some serious concerns about the sort of economic recovery. The economic bounced back in the states and Disney really illustrates some of those problems for that specific industry, so they're saying Moulin which is the remake of the original animated film is now being spooned, and in fact no new date for its release has been set. Star Wars and Avatar that the next the next day they. In follow ups the bike. Those they've been delayed by a whole. the biggest American movie fit owner. Company called AMC. Entertainment Holdings has spawned its reopening again now. It says it's not going to reopen cinemas until mid to late. August and it just you know. An Hollywood is a big industry for America dominates the world. A whole load of other studios unsurprisingly are delaying films. They're having problems making films. I mean that's a massive massive problem. And Disney's not alone of just. So and the costs of this are massive to an industry that dominates the world, so it's yet more evidence that don't be complacent on the economic bounceback, indeed I mean if if you walk around London you see signs of movies that were supposed to be released in April and there's a sort of a cool irony to the fact that the pause button was effectively port on the hall of the Cinema Industry, and what is Disney doing in any way to try to mitigate against all this, or is he able to do anything? It's losing a whole load of money actually saw history as a whole load of other companies, so it's the usual thing. It's cost cutting. It's. Getting a hold of banks to lend it more money. That's another big issue with the the crisis. It's cutting its marketing. Spend its advertising spent. This got much to market and advertise, and then of course the other issue, big part of Disney's business is parks parks, and against even when any even when it has reopened them, and it's opening reopen. The one in Paris, but its capacity is severely reduced. And even where it has reopened I think the one in Asia. They reopened it and had to close again. That's the one. I think that was the one in China so so Sedgley. Disney's losing a whole load of money. It is not alone as a company and doing
"koos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Find out more about a key part of containing Kobe nineteen contact tracing that story still ahead. This time of year is usually a peak period for bicycle stores as warmer weather trump's residents to buy a set of wheels or fix up. What they in the Garage Governor GB skirt shutdown order designates bicycle stores as essential businesses Charlie, schlink reports even with the pandemic, the bicycle business, as well peaking as usual Michael Wilson of Wilson, cycle, and fitness in Bloomington, says customers have a variety of reasons person. That is you know going. Going in working a restaurant or a hospital, or you know one of these essential businesses that that doesn't try. That needs to use bike for transportation, or you know the people that are just going. Stir Crazy Wilson says gyms or closed, and no one should do group sports then makes cycling attractive. Clear your head, get out and get some some miles and get some exercise. Get healthy. It goes I mean that's what. Maybe, that's what this whole thing is all about you know on us to. Be Outdoors and get healthy and you know be a little bit more A little bit more solitude, you know. The cycling season started slow because of the weather. The test cycle owner Chris Koos of normal says things have picked up in a hurry. We're about two and a half weeks behind on our repair schedule for running on the kids bikes We're doing almost the same business. We did last year this time. The dynamic is effecting buying patterns Karen Davis Co owns Bloomington cycle and fitness. Family and seeing a lot of just entry level bikes for sanity and for health, and for those you know. Solo rides that you can do without needing to come into contact with anyone. Do this slimmer staff and hours. Because of the pandemic mean, the people left are busier. Really had time to think about nothing, but you wheels on, so speak all three bike stores in Bloomington. Normal say business is close to normal in spite of barriers to visiting showrooms Davis says there's an uptick in people seeking repairs for bikes that have hung on a hooker collected dust in the garage. Dragging out they haven't had in years and wanting to rise them now for something safe to outside repair might not be cost effective, but sentiment plays a role according to the tests sale associate Ethan. Less Cochet sometimes, it's like. Oh, no, that's all right. Spend my family for a I WANNA. Keep right and retold told you understand, but we're definitely upfront about that. Saint, Hey, you're getting up there and cost and you're about spending.
"koos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Residents to buy a set of wheels or fix up what they have in the garage. Governor Jay pritzker shutdown order designates bicycle stores as essential businesses. Charlie shlenker reports even with the pandemic, the bicycle business, as well peaking as usual Michael Wilson of Wilson Cycle and fitness in Bloomington says customers have a variety of reasons. Person Matches You know going and working at a restaurant or a hospital or One of these essential businesses that that doesn't try needs to use his bike for transportation, or you know the people that are just going. Stir Crazy Wilson says gyms are closed, and no one should do group sports, and that makes cycling attractive. Clear your head, get out and get some some miles and get some exercise and get healthy. That goes I mean that's what. That's what this whole thing is all about you know talk to. Be Outdoors and get healthy and you know be a little bit more A little bit more solitude. You know. Cycling season started slow because of the weather Vitesse. Owner Chris Koos normal says things have picked up in hurry where about two and a half weeks behind. On our repair schedule for running out on the kids bikes. We're doing almost the same business. We did last year this time. The DEMOC is effecting buying patterns. Karen Davis Co owns Bloomington cycle and fitness. Just entry level bikes for sanity, and for House, and for those solo rides that you can do without needing to come in contact with anyone. Slimmer staff and hours because of the pandemic mean, the people left are busier. Nothing, but keeping wheels on so to speak all three bike stores in Bloomington normal say business is close to normal in spite of barriers, visiting showrooms Davis says there's an uptick in people seeking repairs for bikes that have hung on a hooker collected dust in the garage. Dragging out that they haven't had out in years and wanting to ride them now or something safe to outside repair might not be cost effective, but sentiment plays a role according to Vitesse. Sale Associate Ethan left. Sometimes, it's like Oh, no, that's all right been my family for a while I. WanNa keep writing. We told you understand, but we definitely about that same. Hey, you're getting up there and cost your about.
"koos" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Might whisper it I'm sure that it is true we hope that the god who created the skies in the oceans the highest peaks in the lowest valleys is the same god who will shelter us from the storm and whole death at bay we yearn for world that can dazzle us with its beauty silences with all even as we tremble it forces largely beyond our control winds and mudslides and tornadoes and typhoons and if we're honest we can acknowledge that the natural evils that harm our neighbors are not always beyond our control these disasters are not just acts of god as the insurance companies say yes we do not control the tsunami that decimated Indonesia or direct the vicious path of hurricane Katrina or determine that an earthquake would strike Haiti and yet are we all in boiled in systems of oppression that well the advantage US force others to live with difficulty on faults and on C. Koos our cheap produce is expensive are inexpensive water is costly our affordable energy comes at a steep cost someone always pays the price whether it's the earth or our invisible neighbors near and far and yet god called the world good and god was and is right but in the ways we pollute the world in a press one another we seek to deny this divine declaration so let's resolve to do otherwise the count the costs of our conveniences to join god into the clearing.
"koos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Charlie Schlinkert reports even with the pandemic. The bicycle business is well peaking as usual. Michael Wilson of Wilson Cycle and fitness in Bloomington says customers have a variety of reasons, the person that is going and working at a restaurant or a hospital or One of these essential businesses that that doesn't try. That needs to use his bike for transportation, or you know the people that are going crazy. Wilson Says Gym's closed, and no one should do. Group sports then makes cycling attractive. Clear your head, get out and get some some miles and get some exercise. Get healthy because goes i. mean that's what? That's what this whole thing is all about you know on us to. Be Outdoors and get healthy, and you know be a little more. A little bit more solitude. Cycling season started slow because of the weather Vitesse. Chris Koos normal says things have picked up in hurry where about two and a half weeks behind. On our repair schedule for running out the kids bikes. Were doing almost the same business. We did last year this time. The endemic is effecting buying patterns. Karen Davis Co owns Bloomington cycle and fitness. Saying a lot of just entry level bikes for sanity, and for how and for those you know Solo rides that you can do without needing to come into contact with anyone. Slimmer, staff and hours because of the pandemic mean, the people left are busier. Nothing, but keeping the wheels on. All three bike stores in Bloomington normal say business is close to normal in spite of barriers. Visiting Showrooms Davis says there's an uptick people seeking repairs for bikes that have hung on a hooker collected dust in the garage. Bragging out that they haven't had out in years and wanting to rise them now for something to do outside repair might not be cost effective, but some plays a role according to the tests sale associate Ethan less.
Richard Koo Explains Why The Recovery Will Be So Difficult
"Again we'll be speaking with someone who talked to previous I knew who it is this time. It's Richard Koo from Nomura of Balance Sheet Recession Fame. And the last time he came on it was really really interesting discussion. And I think it's going to be absolutely fascinating to see how much of that. Balance Sheet recession idea. If anything at all actually applies to our current situation right so a lot of people myself included really discovered. Richard coups work during the last crisis. He wrote a fantastic book. The Holy Grail of macroeconomics lessons from Japan's great recession is talked a lot about the need for fiscal policy as tool to restore balance sheet health. And of course in this crisis there's been this. Widespread consensus that monetary policy alone is clearly insufficient to address the scale and scope of the downturn to replace all of the laws income from households and businesses. And although we have seen a lot of Fiscal action around the world. There continues to be a lot of debate about whether the tools are right and whether there is sufficient in what kind of recovery. We have so looking forward to talking to Richard. Now Richard Koo. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you for having me here. So let's start Big Picture or let's actually start in the US. We saw a fairly substantial Fiscal Action Perform Surpassed at the end of March. Today is April twenty third and we are expected to see another trench of more grants being made available to businesses to keep workers on payroll plus a few other things expected to pass this week. In your view how a sufficient or insufficient have the policy measures. That you've seen put in place in the US so far been to address the size and scope of this downturn well if we take a snapshot of GDP all these countries United States included. They're probably down quite substantial from what we consider normal levels but this is brought about by this external shock which is this coronavirus and so old. Mary measures like fiscal and monetary policies won't be Majel because just because we have a loose monetary policy doesn't mean supply Jane problems or lockdown problems. Go Away as though this time. Policies will be very specific to help those people who are affected by this corona virus which is airlines and Traveling Industries restaurants so the sexes and so horse and I think USS. John a very good job in coming up with these big policies very quickly. I understand that them. People already receiving payments from the government. Was you see your bank accounts a field with some some money from the government? People will feel that over. The government is is really Learning about myself and the economy and I think that has been very helpful in keeping people from becoming even more desperate or falling into despair. Because if you compare that with what's happening in Japan I am I'm usually am. They talked about in a law but very little payments have be made yet. And when you listen to the people there they say well unofficial start talking all these honesty's but we haven't seen anything yet Compared to that I think United States Germany out doing much better job but whether that's sufficient on that I think we need to know how long this thing is going to go on when the vaccine would be developed or some other ways we can. We are able to contain this. This current a virus and that's a medical question unfortunately not a economic question and so I think we have to be ready to getting more at us. It becomes necessary just to step back for the first second one of the things that I personally like about your balance sheet. Recession Framework is that there's a big focus on the psychological impact of debt crises. And there's this notion that people are so sort of emotionally scarred by the experience that they're afraid to take on debt for years to come. How much of the balance sheet recession framework applies to the current economic crisis? I can see maybe not debt being an issue here but I could see for instance people increasing their savings for years to come after the shock. Right right a lot of people out. There worried that with so much money into the system by the federal government also borrowing money. Massively inflation will be a huge problem once we come out of this recession but when you think about it those people who have savings that is companies and individuals. They probably quite well by me. sustained less damage than those people who didn't have much savings didn't have much retained earnings in companies
"koos" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Us we've been hosting weekly? Zoom calls where everyone shares a skill. It's like an digital open mic where it turns into a show where everyone shares their talent and their talents overalled around some spiritual aspect. Some are creative aspect music Spec foof Taking Watch just bringing the community together shining the light on them and then spreading beautiful arts in skills with each other. And that's why I say like before asking for help immediately. When you call trusted network asked the question. How can I support your now? So that conversation naturally evolves into like Anki for your support. How can I support you? That's where you can to to your point earlier. Call Your top customer Your Business Relationships and then just provide that space of listening of race. Not trying to give advice or anything. 'cause minimally that's we can all do that just hold that space of pristine listening. Just allow them to share whatever emotional rollercoaster going through. And because that's a decent thing to do as a human being and now that you are top of mind and then you can develop your relationship. Even further Yasser Youthful so. We didn't actually get a chance. You dive deeper into special Spirituality aspect of it. Do you mind going into direction so when you were a very masculine energetic driven intentionally. Achievement driven entrepreneur. You weren't special back then right in now. You have some peak experiences through medicine. Journeys and community driven things. Now you're more special. So how would you define spirituality? This is now important. Area of live. what's your definition of spirituality. I think in the most simple way. I see like spirituality as like this all knowing like deep knowing belief that there's some greater power outside of us that is here for us that is in the in the in in their role is to support us and our role is to invite that. So that's how I would most easily kind of describing from my experience charges and then how do you cultivate or deepen your relationship in that area in your life as a quote that one of my teachers I've embarked with shared which is simple line of suspend logic to invite magic so this idea of like what if maybe starting the question. What if there is some greater power out there? What if someone is watching over me? What if they actually have all my best best intentions at play here? Maybe continue asking the question. What if the idea was suspend logic can be like? Oh that's there's not enough science to prove this is not enough to prove that unites. Science is very powerful. It can be definitely balance with that and in the beginning of time when whatever happens there was no science in there was so many unexplainable things that happened. That's we to invite them more. And so I think practices being open inviting Magic to exist in your life and that sometimes takes in the form of of situations that you call a coincidence but in in the spiritual realm spiritual world they call it no coincidence that they call it imperfect timing and what have you shifted that perspective of coincidence. There's no such thing as coincidence to end and more of like a that was perfect timing for the and so these little shifts in your perspective of magic. I think we'll be able to cultivate more of a spiritual exploration appreciate that. Thank you so for someone who is listening watching this in means by by your story. What's one thing because we cover a number of different areas? We talked about staying calm. Staying grounded ride doing this. Time of turbulence in chaos. We talked about tactically how to go about finding opportunity stood three columns The categories that today's ninety days then we talked about whether we talk about community right. That's any pivots business. Pivoting like very very tactical things that they can all do in looking at different opportunities all of that so we cover in a now. We talked about spirituality so everything that we cover if they can leave with one thing. What would you start them out with? Was One area life one role discipline they can take on. Come from a little left field. Here it's a IT'S A. It's a three words that I've come to believe is like my life path in almost like what I would. Title my memoir. So that's why I would say that this is my message which is surrendering to service Surrendering his service. So what I mean by that. Is We talked a lot about service. Talked a lot about surrender in creating and we haven't talked much about service Service a little bit about it in this time right now approaching every conversation place like how can I support you can? Actually I'd say even one level deeper in in that perspective is what if you surrender to service so I see it as like someone comes to you or you ask the question. How can I support you in? Whatever they say. You're just like okay. Let's go do it. And and see what that births and see what comes about from that. So for example. What if the possibility of you call up your neighbor or someone close in you have conversation in you ask them? How can I support you? How can I serve you? I by the way love using the worst supporters service over help Tactical thing there levels the playing field for everybody and so when when when asked asking that question be very intently listening to their their answer if they say nothing may even dive into a little bit deeper being like like. How can I support you? bluntly asked again and when they say it no matter what it is. Fall into the surrender part of it and just do your best to make that happen for them. Because some of the most magical moments in my life has resulted from this idea of surrendering to service. And that's not to say you should do that for everybody because you get to practice of care and boundaries and reenergized herself. It just means that. When you're at that point where you feel like you want to. And you can. Or you're just bored or lost surrendering service can be very powerful. Northstar to unlock doors unlock- opportunities and unlock magic that Maybe write around you. You're just not seeing it in so I think I can take it so many forms but that's sort of the idea or practice. I would invite to to practice starting today tomorrow tonight with one person and see where that takes. You loved that jam on that a little bit more. It's very easy and right. Now in the social distancing The quarantine self-isolation. Whatever phrase. You you call it right now. It's very easy to go down to that emotional downward spiral of woe is me. My finance my relationships isn't that my business right but if you're able to carve out a little bit mental space Time and energy to service others so your focus is being of service to others versus focusing on yourself that intrinsically of free yourself up to formal mental space more energetic space as well as you just feel good afterwards and in that than afterwards you you then discover something new about that. You could be grateful for something new that you that that you can. You have more space to move around Internally Afterma to thank you say to that is that you know I'd say services also a privilege not saying that everyone should be doing it immediately. If you take care of yourself or your point of your life where you need to really focus on yourself do that under saying that when you have some capacity even emotionally financially spiritually mentally to be able to serve someone else pose that question for them and then just surrender to it by doing when you can't make that happen some form of that to make it happen and I think I think magic will birth from that some some feeling of deep gratitude some feeling of like while like maybe. I can unravel more of my purpose from nap. Because I ENJ- join us on relationship with someone that who knows maybe down the line one year five years ten years from now is going to be best perfect person. You need for whatever situation I don't know but that's where that magic can possibilities lists as beautiful. Thank you so much so for anyone who are inspired by your stories in wisdom your narrative in one and continue follow with one heart in also tim you personally were. Can they go to follow the? Yeah all my social media. Channels are my name. Tiaa M. S. A. E. KO feel free to connect with me job message. So I know where you came from product nor youth is. Looks like a span. So distraught me a message. Share what you liked. Share what you want to learn more about happy to connect and then you want to look more into the organization. Part of it's called one hearts the number one H. A. R. T. DOT COM. And you can learn more. They're a you know elway. Actually one thing I did forget to ask you is what do you think the use of psychedelics help go through this period of turbulence and John? This is a very direct question. Just curious no. We're not saying that. I've practiced it or not. We moving but during this time. I believe that the intentional safe usage practice of psychedelics can really bubble up in Britain to awareness any fears that you have Barreled Deep Down Light. And whether that's fear finances fear of Death. Fear of abandonment or deep truths of like. I really don't like this person or I really need to tell this person. I Love Them. Whatever it is. I think this is what at this time. One of the most potent usages of psychos can can do for one which at the end of the day is for your growth in either you know fear or self only belief that's unraveled or a relationship to cultivate better win in using him for those purposes can be very powerful at this moment. Thank you for that. Pre should the the way I see all of this catalyst are well? Catalysts multipliers if. There are certain things that you couldn't let go off. Yeah Truth that you couldn't see. Yeah I see if you can get out of the your mental construct of reality. This is a good way to get different perspectives. On little mean out there is name. Is Bob Bill this bill? Bill WANTS TO GO TRAVEL. But can't so bill decides to journey inwards with some psychedelics. Be Like bill so you know I think it. Just throw some humor in it. This is a very powerful to journey inwards. This time is earning words to dive into ourselves bring outs any challenges fears leafs constructs that we may be have at high hit. Hit ourselves away from and face them. Bring them well. Tim Thank you so much for being here and sharing your stories your wisdom. Your tactical frameworks with us. Really appreciate you showing up and embodying leadership. In this time. I think a lot of people are going through. This turbulent time. This turbulent time this chaotic time..
"koos" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Right. It's hard to see it because so easy for you. Fish the waters what I tell people. So are there ways I know the three of you or the entire company got together and start to think about sort of the core competency superpower question but are there other ways to really help. Whoever's listening to this right now really hone in on the core competency decor superpower? That they have. Yeah there's these questions that I usually ask myself. One is go to like your three most trusted friends or people. You can just go to for any issues or challenges. Just be like. Hey what do you see that I just really enjoy and a good up like what would you come to me for help? When you're facing like three how do you make sure that they don't tell you things that they think you? WanNa hear qualifying qualified. That'd be like give me the give me straight up. Don't bullshit me like my point in my life where I need the honest truth because I'm going through a transition and your answer will greatly benefit and and Influence THE CHOICES. I make so I need you to come from a place of truth in heart and love no matter what you say always gonNA receive it from a place and look maybe. Sometimes they won't know in that's okay and they'll be like whoa actually. You don't have anything that I would come to you know. Then that's the time maybe to go explore new skill that you really enjoy. But let's say they do. Let's say they say something and you get to a practice that two more times maybe even five more times with the five closest friends and then see what pattern emerges. There's going to be a pattern based on these five people. Three to five people that you talk to for me. It was like marketing specifically around like content specifically around community and I was able to see that in then when I asked my. The second step is to ask yourself. Does this resonate. Does this resonate to a point where I actually very much enjoy it to the point where I lose track of time where I don't even WanNa look time because I'm I'm so enjoying it and do people really receive value and enjoy my my procreation for them? So those are some of the questions I would ask from from there and you can start with your co founders or your business managers or your top executives. Because they're the ones who are always kind of be near you watching you or working with you. So that's what I would say is like one very easy tactical way to find your superpower the latest one other ways on the flip end is to ask internally so it's a feud between the two questions would do. I love and what do I know I'm good at? And maybe you can dive deeper. Like what am I good at is related to like? What do I not feel as work and that can be translated into like what I would just work for free for you know. And and there's these ways you can keep up asked okay would work for essentially teach them how to communicate community. Yeah I I really enjoy. That would for free. And that's because I'm so confident in myself that I will be able to provide value for these people and I actually really enjoy it and I don't want to be charged for it for example and then and then from there you can be like do. I really love it do I do I do. I find myself again. Not Looking at the time. Do I find myself when I look at the time to three hours? Have passed solves. And so that's another way of feeling what slow can feel like so question here on the monetization aspect of it. I love it. I'm good at it. It's epilepsy for me. I enjoy it as timeless than how do I make a living to sustain in myself doing this because it may be totally this whole thing of virtualization At I will get more. Perhaps tactical with you guys. What you guys are doing now if you if it's okay to share yeah is is. How do you this virtualization new experiences new behavior for most people for for us? You know we're used to it but for mostly does new so that. How do we charge to support ourselves? There's a lot of ways anywhere you're which company or what industry you're in but the first thing that comes up is a truth that I've come to believe in my startup days that your business motto is always a living breathing creature. It's it's always evolving. What you believe as the exact model whether it's subscription model or one time payment or ten dollars right now versus five hundred dollars later. It's always going to be evolving so you a best thing to do is to make one hypothesis of what the monetization strategy can be and push it out so it's a dollar a month subscription for whatever business. You're in right now or if it's a five hundred dollar one time fee right now what's going to happen when you launch that out and you can get get money. Maybe you're on to something and you can keep tweaking not getting any money. There's something inherently not connecting well with hypothesis of the model. You create it so in this case. Let's say you said five dollars. One time fee. You're not getting anyone to pay. Then what I would ask you is. Are you targeting? The right audience is the right audience and then and then from there if so are you positioning your value properly. I mean that can go into all these different discussions but the main point is business. Model is going to always be evolving so the best tactical advice gave his name one hypothesis. Right now that you believe could work in the more you can get that out tomorrow or the next hour the better. If something's not working where you're not receiving the money then you get to tweak it by asking yourself or even asking your friends who may have signed up were just was on the verge of signing your customers. Why didn't you sign up? And just go talk to them. And then they'll give you your answers. Well it is not too private. What are you guys up to do in the I? Can I give some some insight? So our original business model is a retreat business. So we have an eight week program. One Week live experienced that averages around five thousand dollars ticket item we can nail down our target market we can nail down our value proposition etc etc. So that's that's working out when that's all frozen and pause we think like okay. What can we do so we looked back in our mission statement and mission statement states. We are here to elevate. Hard leaders lives work in community. The lies have been focused on the retreat. Product has been focused on the lives. So now we're like okay can we? Can we work on the next part of the mission? Which is the work the work aspect of the people we work with. And so. That's what restarting again. That's where I said like make sure you're you're being in alignment to mission and providing value so from their thinking okay. Can we create some model where we accelerate one business and we get a task force from all our alumni who have who have birth have gone through the journey through our retreat who are business leaders themselves and let go all in on one company and accelerate them as fast as possible network introductions through knowledge knowledge base transfers through mentoring through Xyz? You name it. We have two hundred alumnis each their own superpowers. They identified in their lives. They're on a level of consciousness a little bit more aware than they were previously. So I can speak a similar language learners How can we find a business model financial that match them? And so what we're thinking is how can we may be combined either. Afi directly charged by the company and were like of the accelerated task force to do that or we raise money from our tribe from our alumni to fundraise for this fee and the the investors would get equity in the company and reckless into our business model. Pay US sustainable is e. it's very good accelerator motto. Basically accelerator model and the financial business model is is supported by our tried more alumni who are either investors or super angels that would would still want to invest in the company but instead of using the money for traditional hiring or traditional marketing. Maybe not sense right now. Invest that fund into back into this into this community into this organization who is here to say we're GONNA activate a chunk of our two hundred alumni to accelerate this business your value of the equity that you receive in the Fund. That you that you put in will double or triple whatever. Value increased and there's alignment on all parties. There's integrity to the mission and there's value for everyone to be a part of in contribute. So it's it's it's it's novel it's different. It's it's it may work in. May Not work. But it's it's something that's in alignment and I think in this time. It calls for like new models to be created so bridging on our earlier conversations about different categories if an areas of life. That's important to us. I think especially at this time is time did really double down on our record. Relationships in your case is a tribe that you built of two hundred investors slash entrepreneurs. Now how can you pull resources to support one another as well as sees new opportunities going for is an accurate recap essentially? Activating though work side of our mission or personal life has been very spiritual focus mentioned through sacred ceremonies in accelerate. Your personal life in in your consciousness awareness. Now it's getting the work side which is very he. Part of our lives on a day to day lights Appreciate that and I think tactically people were listening this. My friends tactically. Now is the time to really double down on your advisory board or in your Persona Advisory Network whoever your best friends or your business advisers your executives. Now's the time to really pull your head space together as well as going further if you have a mastermind like one heart if you have a community of people who you can collaborate with right now is the time to do that and also at the same time too you can also. Braun that even further. Let's just use the code? Nineteen as an example. Are there innovations that you can help address this mastermind this together this? Now's the time everyone is stuck at home aboard they are. They're looking for things to do there you know. They don't have the normal board meetings or employee issues. They're dealing with so now. They're looking for new opportunities to create something newly to contribute to this problem that everyone is dealing with right now so it's call them. Call people that you wanted to establish some relationship with 'cause around yet please win you make that call. When you make that reach out my I will invitation is to not immediately ask. I need your help. Rather flip it on its head and like how can I help you? How can I support you? And that's where that authenticity comes into play. That's where like where your heart can really shine and what we've been doing especially with the community. Yeah we'll we'll ask for them. We'll ask help when it was needed. But until then how can we keep servicing that right how can.
Bahamians look for way off storm-ravaged island as death toll climbs
"Authorities in the bahamas say they are expecting even more horrible news in the wake of hurricane dorian medical staff telling c._n._n. As they treat the many wounded that they are dreading and bracing themselves to learn how many are dead the storm killed at least thirty people by last official count but given the overwhelming damage to the islands and the hundreds of people who remain missing behaving officials believed the real death toll is quote quote unimaginable new video. Today gives an example of hurricane durians forest. You're looking right now at a hummer. That's around six thousand pounds. The the powerful floodwaters picked up that vehicle and slammed it through the side of house during his currently off north carolina's outer banks as a category one hurricane still flooding towns and knocking out power but it is the bahamas reeling from total disaster the u._s. coastguard alone has rescued get more than two hundred people there. A helicopter crew described seeing the avocado islands in the bahamas for the first time. The town was just looks like a landfill saw. The houses were dismantled. It was trash everywhere in ever c._n._n.'s patrick ofman reports parts for us now from the bahamas where he tells us he was struck by the silence and the destruction and the stench of death areas of of grand bahama island means driving through still flooded streets demand streets that are no longer streets. This area in the east of the island highland has until now been inaccessible since the storm little to no help has arrived the force of the hurricane through cars through buildings the storm orbital out here the category five leveling whole towns many rode out the storm in their homes. Many did not survive pastor. Joey saunders was on the third floor of his home with his son. When the storm surge crashed in these saturday make out to the second floor of the house and been put ten minutes in aside to flow to the third floor you know in the modern that flow optima head and we felt like strong current trying to break loose everything he cracks and this was in the middle of the night one thirty in the morning and then the current was so strong then the roof sarah to lift a nest thing i remember i was underneath the water my son's getting i noticed he had to searched like i guess he just disappeared socially and i heard him screaming daddy daddy daddy. He was in the water at that point right. He's ready gone in minutes later. When i came on the water i tried my hand. I caught onto the trust and re roof carried mealy so we will lake but six hundred feet away away from each other's for two days and be caught up into the pine tree with thirty two feet high surf the water carried. You know pine tree in the middle of the night. Your son was a ways away from you. What was going through your mind. You must have been terrified. Yes i was hoping that he was alive and he thought i had also also wasn't tells you know the two days later that'd be so he was under the trailer idea not sold another government has warn warn people the death count could spike in places like iraq where everyone knows of dead or missing family and neighbors that news is no surprise even though this is one of the hardest hit areas help from the government is yet to arrive either. The government is on his way. He doesn't take a bit of time. Can you are the settlements but they do anything. Gradually you know. Do you wish they were moving quicker. I yes i wish it can move quicker. People desperately need food and water before time time runs out a lot of lost most of their clothes water food basics right now. It and we are in the town of hierarchy. This is where dorian category five came in installed. These people had category five winds for over for four hours. They say behind me what house just had the front of it knocked in and it was completely flooded. Believe it or not this used to be a neighborhood. There was house after house <music> after house. They were all gone. There were three people who were in this house. A mother her daughter and a granddaughter houses swept away into the ocean knows where they are. They are officially listed as missing but residents say they fear that most likely they were swept in the ocean and it will never be seen again throughout the day. We've seen helicopters coast guard helicopters hovering over spots in this area residents say that's how they know. Another body has been found and the grim work continues and at this point we're told by residents. They don't expect for anymore survivors to be jake patrick ottoman. Thanks so much for that story c. n. N.'s paula newton joins me now live from a different part of the islands <hes> she's at an airfield in nassau which is now being used as a staging area for aid and rescue rescue teams in paula. I mean frankly it could take years for the bahamas to recover from this. If ever the bahamas will be for for many decades likely transformed by this and the reason is that you were dealing with islands and keys that are isolated at times spanning over several hundred miles this says the deployment area unfortunately jake and not for lack of trying with the aid effort has been in fact spotty and chaotic you have that mix of both government and volunteer aid and given they they said how widespread the needed the need is it is difficult to really ascertain if people are getting everything that they need and when we first start with the basics the food in the water then there's people who need to be evacuated and then as patrick just told you in very grim detail there is search and recovery and that search and recovery mission is also very important gordon because it keeps away disease that call listen. We're here in nassau. This is also where they're bringing evacuees. I spoke to elizabeth nixon. I mean her story about. Even getting outta here was crazy. They put the kids or nieces and nephews in coolers to get them out but after that they had to split up at the airport in marsh harbour what happens some of them came here. Those children with some relatives tips are still at the airport tick. Listen to elizabeth nixon. Those babies can't stand minute avenue eaten last night. They said there was an airport and they they at the airport right now. Daily front that is so chaotic you know if those will catch trying to push through a lot you know the issue here is that she saying it's frantic that is not the way on day six that you wanna see all of this unfold and she's desperate because she knows that those children have not eaten. She knows they do not not have water. Jake <hes> listen the challenge ahead. It is quite significant all right paul. Thank you so much for that reporting <hes>. Let's go now to dr caroline burnett galloway. She's on the phone from the bahamas. Choose the medical chief of staff at princess margaret hospital which is the only hospital in nassau still able to treat critical all patients in the entire bahamas <hes> doctor. Thank you for joining us first of all. How are you doing. How are you holding up. How is your family. Thank you jake <hes>. My family is fine. <hes> and we're all rolling up with is a great team effort. It's it's tiring. It's exhausting <hes> <hes>. It's the most traumatizing hearing some of the stories of our patients that come in but we have to keep going. You're the only one taking critical patients right now. How in in nassau how strained or your resources we've come together and and deployed stop and me shepherd through that we're managing. <hes> initial wave of critical patients from arbuckle has they've come in. We've admitted taken them to the operating freaking there too if necessary i know the second wave of the walking wounded are coming in initially they came by koos guard helicopter and the airports so now open to regular plates are bringing more patients in but <hes> with with very strict and tight triage resorts in the patient offending them to a public health clinic or after come into this. Don't you told c._n._n. That you're treating the wounded right now but preparing for the dead you believe that the death toll is is much higher than thirty right correct. How much higher do you think it might be i. I can't estimate but it's going to be high. We are preparing some people coming to you. <hes> have been trapped in their homes in some cases on top of their homes for days on end. What kind of you've conditions are they. In by the time they get to you so dehydrated exhausted <hes> emotionally exhausted i <hes> <hes> somehow metabolic abnormalities from the long exposure and they had a chronic illness like diabetes hypertension. Do be out of control dr caroline brunette caraway. Thank you for the work you do and thank you for your time
Donald Trump, Greg Clarkson And President discussed on Silicon Valley Insider with Keith Koo
"Even if you don't why Kim president Donald Trump says that you should reelect him next year White House correspondent Greg Clarkson has more on the story the president is warning that if he is an elected to a second term the U. S. economy is likely to crash he says twenty twenty voters should base their decision on what's happening with the stock market factories in the unemployment rate and not on whether they like him he told a rally in New Hampshire last week that for a one K. retirement accounts are at stake and whether you Love Me or hate me he said you've got to vote
Flu, Twenty One Weeks And Ten Years discussed on Silicon Valley Insider with Keith Koo
"Reporting. The flu season is dragging on fact is now the longest in recent history. The flu season has been going on now officially for twenty one weeks that makes it the longest US flu season in ten years. And officials say it's also among the longest ever seen since the government started tracking flu season jury in more
How Long Can Animals Hold Their Breath?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren vocal bomb. Here. You like most humans can probably hold your breath for about two minutes though, in two thousand sixteen Guinness world records clocked free diver, a leash cigar Vendrell of Barcelona Spain holding his breath for a little over twenty four minutes, which is of course, completely wild. Humans aren't built for breath, holding we've got other priorities like world domination if we had spent even a little more of our evolutionary history working on holding in air instead of making our brains giant and complex. We probably could survive without oxygen at least as long as the average beaver which is fifteen minutes. But there are lots of air breathing animals that are built for breath holding a sloth can hold its breath for a whopping forty minutes because it's able to decrease its heart rate to about a third of the normal a sleeping sea. Turtle can hold its breath for up to seven hours at a time. A logger had turtles often forage underwater for around forty minutes in one go, but one study of loggerhead activity found that males. Can voluntarily sustain themselves on one breath or sometimes a quick charge. Up of several successive breaths for around ten hours. One female was observed going as long as twenty hours some turtles can spend all winter long at the bottom of a frozen lake in deep hibernation, not using their lungs at all the turtle secret is that during this period of almost complete system shutdown. It does take in a tiny bit of oxygen by breathing through. It's highly vascular is khloe the khloe being a single organ found in reptiles birds amphibians and even some mammals that serves as the animals exit for its urinary tract and digestive tract. And that's also the opening for their reproductive tract. Yes, they p poop and have sex with the single organ in turtles clinical respiration. They can also draw water up into their Koga and absorb oxygen from it, then flush it back out turtles, however are echo therms animals that rely on outside sources for heat. It's much easier for after therms to go without oxygen than enter therms. Like us mammals we use a lot of oxygen keeping our systems running hot. Which is why marine mammals like Wales seals and otters are so impressive. They can pull off unbelievably long deep dives in order to hunt for food. Tae-koo beaked whale, the deepest diving of all marine mammals and the one scientists think holds the record for the endothermic achieved the longest breath holding session these mid sized whales can dive around ten thousand feet that's about three thousand meters hunting four squid and other deep sea goodies, and they can hold their breath for an average of sixty seven minutes with one record dive that lasted one hundred thirty eight minutes before a coup. Beaked whale broke the previous record in northern elephants. Seal was the gold medallist caught holding its breath at one hundred nineteen minutes a sperm whale. Now comes in third place at ninety minutes. That's a long time to go without oxygen. When you've got an expensive mammalian metabolism to keep up, but lots of marine and aquatic mammals. Make it work by slowing their heart rates and redirecting blood away from their extremities into their brains, hearts and muscles. They even have special oxygen binding proteins in their muscles that allow them to store more oxygen than us land landlubbers. Today's episode was written by Justin shields and produced by Tyler playing for I hurt media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other multipurpose, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled to central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spoil the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion, the clothing choices of colts. Listen to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast.
After briefly going offline, NASA’s Chandra X-ray space telescope is back in action
"Well, the hills of problems with Nasr's Hubble space telescope it. Now seems necessary Earth-orbiting Chander x Ray space. Telescope is also experienced a few problems of its own. It's back in normal operation now that earlier ahead. Suddenly switched that self into safe mode. The move to save mode was Koos by a glitch one of challenges. Gyroscopes the same problem which affected hobble the chanter glitch resulted in the three second period of bad data and then in turn that on both computers to calculate an incorrect. Value for the spacecraft's momentum the Iranians momentum indication then triggered the safe
Kim Jong Hoon, President Trump and Brent Cavanaugh discussed on Silicon Valley Insider with Keith Koo
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Argentina hikes interest rate to 60 percent; peso plunges
"Ondrej is to find a lion among. All three nations so that you can make the case. To the people of Mexico the United States. And Canada that we will prosper because, of it that was Canada's. Trade Minister Jim, Kerr Swiss CO two Jantar meanwhile says he expects global trade tensions, will eventually be resolved even as the potentially hurt confidence in the short run speaking. To Bloomberg TM also discussed the lira contagion an impact on European banks from that situation I don't believe there. Will be material contagion overtime short-term is always a kind of very strong spontaneous reaction So that, was cut sweeps group CEO at Tim TM, speaking to Bloomberg over in China now Argentina's currency crisis deepened does merging emergency, interest rate increase to sixty percent fail to stop, jittery investors from pulling their money out. Of the country the peso extended losses after the Bank raises benchmark. Measure, by fifteen percentage points. To a global high the, hike the second this month was the latest attempt by policymakers to defend the currency, that lost more than half its value this year had a great conversation about this with that 'wang-koo berries were monarchs a little earlier on TV Marcus. And he said in the emerging markets world if Christine Lagarde was giving a master class on how to manage a currency crisis is like Argentina's there in the front row taking notes doing everything by the playbook Turkey, isn't even, in attendance round the. Back of the gym somewhere say economics doesn't even matter so if that's the case then you have to believe the pace they will stabilize that was rank as yeah I suppose we'll see in the longer term. Or what happens whether or not to Turkey sort. Of continues to be in the back of the class And whether Argentina will stay at the
Emma Stone and Jonah Hill are freaked-out lab rats in first trailer for Netflix's 'Maniac'
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China agrees to import more from U.S., no sign of $200 billion figure
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