35 Burst results for "LOA"

Why Not Offer Candidates The Top Of Your Salary Range?

Trent365

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Not Offer Candidates The Top Of Your Salary Range?

"News. I'm starting to see a lot. More job eds com across ling. Initially it was mainly in asia and the middle east. But now i'm seeing a lot more come through from the uk europe and even the us is great thing and so i thought it might be a good time to share this little perspective that i've got on a conversation. I had fairly recently about the salary range. We've all seen those job. Ads that offer a salary range between x and y based on your skills and experience and invariably of course what happens is the successful candidate ends up getting off celery which is not at the top of the range. It's usually somewhere in between and the justification is of course that you didn't have quite the skills and experience that we needed for this role so think about that for a minute from the employee perspective. You've been told that this is the salary range now being given an offer. But we're telling you you're not quite good enough. You're not as good as we really wanted. We settled for second best. So we're going to give you ten percent of salary and no you can't do ten percent less than the work. We expect you to do the same work. It's not a great way to start your venture with this new organization as a new employee so instead of doing that what i going the other way. What about saying this person loop we've offered you this role. You didn't quite have the skills and experience that we required but we love your attitude. We love you spunk. We love your approach to life. Whatever it is and we're going to give you the top of the salary range now as noted. You didn't have all the skills and experience we were ideally looking for. But we expect you to do the role and we're gonna give you every chance to do that. So we're going to give you the top salary range if you don't meet the performance criteria that we all agree on over the next six months or so then come the end of the year when you get your salary review we may well adjusted down a little bit. Because that's the range of the role and you haven't met the criteria to me as a new employee that would actually be more motivating ben saying we're going to start you off loa. You have to prove to us that you're good enough. I've already proved that. I'm good enough. Because you've offered me the job. And i've been on both sides of that transaction over the course of my life is probably most of us have and i know as an employer these days. That's generally what we do. We offer the range and then we tend to tend to give the new candidate lists than the range. But if you think about it really from employees perspective. I don't think it's totally motivating so i think a much more motivating play would be go with the top range and if necessary put it on the table and say we may reduce it later on or not either way. You give the employees the chance to shine you. Give them every motivation to work. And succeed in this new role. I think it's

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Man, 25, charged with attempted murder in dragging of Chicago officer

Anna Davlantes

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Man, 25, charged with attempted murder in dragging of Chicago officer

"Man now faces attempted murder charges after prosecutors say he dragged a Chicago police officer on the south side with his car following a traffic stop. Police say 25 year old Aaron Oak, Lola Toca Loa. Charged with one felony count of attempted murder, one misdemeanor count of fleeing police and one misdemeanor count of driving on a suspended license. Officers were conducting a traffic stop in the 9500 block of South Lafayette just before eight o'clock Monday night when a white Chevy Impala took off dragging that officer Police say right now that that officer hit a fixed object and it's still recovering at a hospital.

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FP1: Drivers struggle with slippery track in first practice in Turkey

The Autosport Podcast

02:06 min | 3 months ago

FP1: Drivers struggle with slippery track in first practice in Turkey

"One particular this morning. It was like watching Some played a computer game and it turned track. Grip down to zero on really really hard tires or that turned the rain on the graphics. There'd been a graphics glitch. The rain hasn't come down because it was. It was incredible absolutely zero grip. There was sideways. Ronald the corners. They were just getting up into fifth gear round tonight which the drives it boasted yesterday about all will be flat through there on a i. I like the pits It was crazy. So i'm basically calls by resurfacing done. Recently as recent as two weeks ago They resurfaced it. And then what happens. When you lay down new asphalt surfaces it needs time to cure so will the oils bitch mini the surface. And then you clean that way and then the the grip should there. So i'm not sure happened. So basically i cars out on the very oily track today with the f. one cars. I mean it got slowly better but i think we're in a in a worse situation. We were poor to matthew higgs and well that we could see. fpm sickly the patches of wet. Bits where they tried to wash some of it away and quite worked to illustrate just how slippery it was Maxwell stanton's first time. Fb one was about ten seconds off of the investments post in two thousand eleven and improved a little bit by a p two and talk jobs news any about three seconds off at that time from vassil but we still quite a way to get. Haven't we yeah so today's three seconds of Pole position time which thing. Oh that's not too bad. But then go remember how much quicker the current khazar compared to twenty seven i looked at some stats. A few minutes ago says before any a few tracks. Same configuration And we've been in twenty seven but the nurburgring back in twenty seven. Polaris woman at thirty point zero Pole position this year woman at twenty five point two so the cars in theory should be around five seconds a lot quicker so the facts were three seconds. Elapse loa i think highlights just how far off we are at the moment. We've got another eight seconds to

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Philadelphia Eagles Hosting Dallas Cowboys With First Place In NFC East At Stake

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles Hosting Dallas Cowboys With First Place In NFC East At Stake

"Nobody's mistaking the Sunday night game is a battle between contenders. The Philadelphia Eagles hosting the Dallas Cowboys with first place in the NFC East. On the line Rookie out of JMU Ben DeNucci getting started quarterback for Dallas, his first in the NFL to Ataka via Loa, a winner in his first NFL start. He threw a touchdown pass in the Dolphins big team win over the Rams

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BNB & BTC Looking Good

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:11 min | 4 months ago

BNB & BTC Looking Good

"Against what's going on out there in the markets will clinch OUGHTA. Pullback yesterday. Unsuccessfully. Really. Look. Like I say H die that we can solve it and there's five days now one, two, three, four, five minutes I can solve I mean we have really gone anyway you know we sort of bubbling around in a bit of Ryan. So, what are the main to me was I should say We'll aged either we bubble. The moving criminal a little closer back to where process currently now you know. I looked at try pullbacks. Pullback. We saw I saw as consolidation that occurred back fall looks pretty much from the twelfth of October to the seventeenth of October just Assad Roy. Zippy zippy's easy ZAP. And and then we saw that little bullish candle now that bullish was on the seventeenth of two. and. What we say from, there's a just a really great run. You know it's just a bloody good move simple as that. That's it a really, really really strong move. Sorry From here. What are we were? Options will as we consoled Loa well, it doesn't look at this moment. Look things can change very very quickly bitcoin strong right now let's not forget it. You know the clothes that we had yesterday. Is the highest close that we have ever had on the x shot, but we haven't closed that high. Let me tell you the last time we close at home that that close. Thirteen, six, full five. That's the the loss close that we had high was the eighth of January two, thousand and tank. That's a long time ago. You know that's that's a long time ago. So. It's it is looking incredibly bullish and we could certainly say bitcoin just tackle and just say you know what? Thank you mother for the rabbit shot the guys hold Shot the guy the horses bolted and off we go on I, rip. Of A? So, these are the realities of our marketing aged. As we consolidate, we get closer to having an opportunity where we look to be too overboard. And then. We can. Off Again. Tell you the truth. I love a little pullback really would. Pay The guy. Nor what what Bitcoin Golf Forever said why? But I wanted to get up with simplicity why because I tried? The a trade for living radio. So what I want I, want to pull back because pullback software paternity PULCHRA breakout. It'd be fine. The three strategies designed around pullbacks or breakouts. That's it. Boom Shaka Laka Saunders. Whitening say what does on? Basically. I didn't come in on the fifteen but tell you what? He a little bit sleigh for the time being. So what happened yesterday was we did move down. We moved down to a low all who are twelve, thousand, seven, hundred, seventy, six, hundred, close at thirteen, thousand, sixteen army closed above the thousand wants gang. With currently ops fraught now half percent the one to thirteen, thousand, one, hundred and twenty dollars and I'm just keeping an all out a pull back into that twelve pullback level. You starting to increase you know back in that cradles on the top of the crowd was on, which is a ten is now twelve, six, five nights a pretty close. Keeps creeping up as the market continues to console that bitcoin is looking of super duper bullish. What else have we got on the odds right now theory and pulled back to that four hundred get a in their took a tried yesterday. Da. On the sixteen hour. Said I wasn't gonNA try brought my rule pretty dirty I'm a cellphone that but high. Go to just go to shopping up. About decision I wasn't feeling good. That's why site when you're not feeling good, you shouldn't be trying I did the wrong thing and I pay the price of intimate down on that down myself but just down that I might have. I. Mike Errors I am. So. This wall doesn't make it. Any easier doesn't get any better way artist therion brought now's rod licking cradles. Any trades there on the day. But tell you what if we can push out from here? It's going to be such a beautiful Trenton thinking they'll be lots of good opportunities yesterday down three point five percent now currently at three, hundred, ninety, four, Dole seventy, seven off hop a half of a percent right now law on excel paste over the correct that twenty six, mock yesterday we were down two percent we counted twenty four point nine cents I just below twenty, five Dan points to the rave of. BITCOIN cash did reject the two seven, five resistance. So he bounced off to I three, thirty five, the lower end of that channel had talked. I don't try channels, but it's a very simple horizontal plight, very simple horizontal level that I look at to help me. Rebounds Twenty Three Thirty Five, and we raised up to two, hundred, seventy, five, sixty, five, which was the brand of that resistance that will now back in a to sixty point three, five, Selah full point. Three seven percent yesterday. So we are still in a very nonstop translate what bitcoin up trying to see our even exile pay it's not trend, but it's pretty crafty bitcoin cash beautiful uptrend onto lot coin next, which is also in love looking up trying to pull back three point four, five percent. Yes, I currently. It's at one point three, one point one, percent, fifty, seven dollars fifty. The wake he's only starting to look a little bit better. The daily the daily does look good or going to be honest. It does look pretty Nice right now, the fifth diamond aloe basically can be touching those lower timeframes just yet fitting seven, forty, six percent. They vate look it's pretty average rotten a popped up through that one, hundred, eighty, two mock and the NFL strike back through yesterday closing down. Three point nine percent. 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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"The breakdown, the pain of transformation, the awareness and insight and inspiration of the breakthroughs the reigning of the blessings I am so sure at every step I am always acting as if I will be a wife and mom and when it doesn't feel good i. just I will pray I will express gratitude for what already is I will look for the lessons I will really find the gold and I just want to share this because if you act as if all the way through, it's like this golden thread that I mentioned that will pull you through the depths of the darkness into the light. into the blessings into the bliss and fun and play enjoy, and this is the law of attraction in action and you have every capability of utilizing this process all the way from the beginning of fake it till you make it persistent pursue, and then you just keep following that golden thread all the way to abundance and I wanNA give you one other example of the way that this has worked very specifically for me and in a way that various specifically benefits you I loved explaining this in reference to relationship and motherhood and wife put in all of that and in reference to hearts unleashed. I started this business for years ago I have made some really big and bold declarations that have been bigger than my faith bigger than my being bigger than my current capability and I you know you guys have heard Rhonda's name and Jill's name and they have been working with me together for the last two and three years to create this company and bring it to you and. Over the years, we have created the curriculum for transformation, which is the hearts unleashed academy, and I was on a call with Rhonda last night, and we were planning the launch of fluidity, which is the last course of the hearts unleashed academy, and we were just having this laugh and moment of pure gratitude and appreciation for the fact that act as if has gotten us all the. Way to the point of the completion of a three year project, there have been days of failed launches and months where we didn't know how we pay the bills and we didn't know where the next client was coming from, and we had to launch something out of thin air and all of those things, and it's not always been fun. There's the declaration and then the obstacles and. Then the breakdowns and then the stretch of transformation, and then the breakthrough in blessings, and we are in such a season of blessings and the reason that I want to share this with you is because we are currently launching the last program of the Hearts Unleash Academy, Transcendence, program called fluidity, and that launches this fall September twenty-ninth is the actual launch date and I just want to. Drop that on you to stay tuned for. Participating in that you guys have heard me explain the other stages of transformation, which is self-discovery and then self development and mastery, and now here transcendence, and so if you can identify where you are in any of those stages of transformation, reach out to Abigail Gaz dot com to check.

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"Six, the total equation for transformation. Surprise we have one more episode of the Law of attraction series y'all I was wrapping it up on Monday, and then this week had this epiphany. I'm like I have not talked about the most in one of the most important facets of the law transformation, which is the concept to act as if this is such an important part of transformation and I don't know how I managed to leave it. Out But I'm certainly glad that I had an episode to be able to fit in here and share that concept with you. So we are going to talk about act as if and in this episode I am going to break down the equation for transformation very simply very clearly, but you gotta know it and the reason you gotTa know it is because you quit on it too. Soon, you quit before the blessing stir to rain down and we have heard this phrase act as if I'm sure you've heard it. Many times especially, if you have studied the law of attraction, but it can be challenging, it can be difficult. It can be discouraging at times if you don't really know how to use it fully So some other really valuable episodes in alignment with this is the one the difference between prayer and belief that's a good one believing what you're asking for all these episodes I talk about the faith and holding the vision so. We're GONNA talk very specifically about act as if and the first aspect that I would like to give to. You is a lower vibration. Order of act as if which you may have heard, you probably have heard it multiple times in your life and trade it is to fake it till you make it..

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

08:19 min | 5 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"Doing my thing fulltime I had my Get something album on the way there was just a few months ahead and in the time between you know we were working on your. Audio Book and. You know you were sort of transitioning into your path a little bit more and I just. Feel like it was meant to be. As both at a similar place in time creatively and Developing our. Visions and goals and you know. Just seeing our pass through more. Yeah totally and. I have to say like. Over because that was twenty eighteen, that was the very beginning of twenty eighteen and the last two and a half years at a really felt like I have grown with you and because of you like you have been such a contribution to my growth in and have empowered me in so many ways, and so I just want to like I might smother you in love and acknowledgement this whole episode just just buckle up. And that the work that we got to do you've taught me so much about audio. You've taught me so much about you know how to produce a quality product and have really been. So guiding in the way in the way that I literally received a new product from you today to make this this podcast on even better. So everyone thinks you. Love for you to share a little bit about your own journey right like. Obviously we started together where we started but what got you to that point you're creating albums and following your own half. because. I'm. One of those who kind of knew early on what I wanted to do and. You know I didn't take a lot of. FIGURING FOR ME I. I got into music as a kid and. Kind. Of knew all along where it was headed and so. By Halfway through high school. When I learned, he could go to college for music. I was like hey. Do. You can really do that and that's what you can get a degree in and you know I thought what would be better than that 'cause that's what I love the most and. What I wanted to do all the time so that really Cemented my paths at that point. I was duly enrolled both in high school and Junior College, my junior, and senior year. So I was kind of getting a jump on. My college credits and I was playing. In my high school jazz band along with the community college, Jazz Band and really like. Trying to take my. Playing and my skills to the next level as I was considering universities to go to and I decided to go to PSU here in Portland I've always love Portland I grew up just across the river in Vancouver Washington. So it was always admiring Portland from across the bridge did up going here and it was great I have connected with so many wonderful teachers who became mentors and other players and. I was playing gigs like right away once I moved into Portland and was in school I was already kind of out on the scene at eighteen nineteen that sort of let me feel like I knew it was all going to happen and work out like. I was already kind of getting my feet wet making some things happened may a little bit of money playing while going to school and you know just had me believing that I was really doing what I was supposed to be doing Just kind of perpetuated ever since graduating I've continued to build more and more on my presence here and beyond do everything I can to stay focused on my visions creatively and my dreams and just not let difficulties and. Challenges of at all take me off course what you mentioned. There is something I'd like to ask you a little bit more about as like. As A. Performer as a player as a creative, what sort of challenges have you faced and how have you persisted through them? It was probably the hardest right after getting out of college and realizing I really have to quickly get a lot of things moving if I want to be able to fully support myself through music alone trying to like create enough opportunities of all of it like e can't often just do one thing like you can't just play all the time until I mean you're at a certain level. But when I just getting out there, you got to play some gigs. You gotTA teach some. Lessons you got to do as many things as you can relate to make it all add up to be enough putting that together initially after school is one of the hardest things but it wasn't too long before I had enough opportunities coming my way and I was able to create enough opportunities to keep things going. This is true with about any profession or you know for entrepreneurs it's like you've got things you're juggling and something eventually is going to drop out of the picture. And then it's like, all right. I've gotta find something else to fill that space but it's sort of like having. A table with enough legs, and if one goes away, it's like the whole tables not gonNA collapse and you've still got time to figure out what the next thing is. You still got enough things going. To sustain. So I think that what you're sharing is is relatable because we as I know as an entrepreneur. Rep The table and. Rwandan you might topple and those things and you are sharing like I've heard this of other musicians as well as like wearing so many hats right being a composer being a producer being a teacher being you know the like left right which ones you know, and then trying to manage all of that and like you said with the table ideas, balanced what has worked for you to balance it all well. That's really what I think. We've become better and better out as we go along is just the balancing and learning. How much of any given thing we want to do and can do at the same time without going crazy. You know and I can't remember which of your guests that was, but recently somebody said this and really resonated with me was that at the beginning, it's just like you're just doing the door and then as you get further along, it's the you become a manager and you really learning to manage everything that needs to happen in order for your business and livelihood this stay afloat and keeps thriving and growing. Yeah. That was Valera she totally talking about becoming like the CEO of Your Business and and shifting from the employees to actually the boss and I couldn't agree more and so in what ways have you shifted Becoming like because you have album sow, you play these gigs and. The way that I witnessed. Mike my famous. Like I see you out there playing with all these these big names and everything, and so what has worked.

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"My dreams but I. I try to stay open to the idea that there's lots that can and will happen that I don't have any idea about and it's GonNa. Look good. No matter what. yeah. Well. It makes me so happy because like, yeah, magnified but ultimately, you are living your heart unleashed. You're doing the damn thing. Really Beautiful. So you were talking about magnified like it just growing and continuing evolving, and so if someone wanted to help you do that they wanted to hire you for a GIG. They wanted to have you out they wanna hear your music like, where can they follow you and find you. My website is chance aiden dot com, and then from there you know I've got on my social media links. So that's the easiest way to connect with me and check out music. All the above tells more about this single coming out. It's called the comedown and I co wrote it with a lovely singer songwriter here and Portland named Sarah Clark, and she has risen to sum up hilarity in heights with a band named dirty revival and now has kind of. Gotten more into doing her own separate projects and She's really wonderful. So we collaborated on the song that has to do with the emotional intensity of finding new love and how confusing it can be. It's sort of toys with trope of the love highs and drug highs being related. It's really nice. I've just been kind of like putting final touches on the music video and looks so good. I'm really excited to get out there. So it's coming out September Eighteenth, union? Pre Save it already now on spotify and Apple Music and that helps of course to potentially get a play listed. So hope people will do that and check it out once it's released and then Yeah. The next him or the full length is called grabbing go and that's GonNa Follow on November twentieth and that is Ten. Originals. most of which I fully wrote but some were rights with my band members we kind of collaborated in the studio and on some of the songs and and is a really fun project that way. And I feel grateful that I got into the studio with them when I did before the pandemic because it's just A lot of challenges on making things like that happen at this point. So it's can be good to have some new music amount. Well in love to acknowledge you because I think it's a great sign of hope for the way that this year is gone to be coming out with a new album, still this fall and not letting it stop you. So you down. I've seen the way that you've pivoted your business and to keep up because there's been so many cancellations of events and gigs and and you've done the work and you're still. Succeeding and and growing even and thriving in. So it's really great to witness and It's really inspiring to witness. So I appreciate you joining us on the podcast to share some of those successes and one of the things that I heard throughout the conversation is just you're consistent persistent commitment to this work and to share your craft and mastering it as well. So thank you. Chad's thanks for being here. Pleasure I'm so glad to have been able to do this with you and it's just been such a treat to Get to watch you go through this podcast and. You Books and coaching, and so I'm honored to be a part of it. Is there anything you'd love to say to our listeners? You're always on the back end of this conversation anything you'd love to share. Just want to say thanks to everybody for tuning in and you know. Being part of the hearts community we're really doing something special here connecting people throughout the world and inspiring those to really do what they love and find their utmost happiness. Saw I'm glad that anyone and everyone that's here. You know has found the right here. Beautiful. Thank you so much and hearts. We will be sure to link up please share chance I got I already pre saved year singles. I'm super excited and. I will be linking this up for everybody to pre save, and then if you're hearing this post production or post release, be sure to head over look up chance Hayden spotify Youtube I tunes, facebook like all the things and we'll make sure to link that up and then just love you man love you and I'm so glad you're here. So glad to be working with you. Mike was thanks abby. Awesome and thank you guys for tuning into the hearts only podcast where we are turning dreamers into doers..

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"Of getting my feet wet making some things. Happen May a little bit of money playing while going to school and you know just had me believing that I was really doing what I was supposed to be doing Just kind of perpetuated ever since graduating I've continued to build more and more on my presence here and beyond do everything I can to stay focused on my visions creatively and my dreams and just not let difficulties and. Challenges of at all take me off course what you mentioned. There is something I'd like to ask you a little bit more about as like. As A. Performer as a player as a creative, what sort of challenges have you faced and how have you persisted through them? It was probably the hardest right after getting out of college and realizing I really have to quickly get a lot of things moving if I want to be able to fully support myself through music alone trying to like create enough opportunities of all of it like e can't often just do one thing like you can't just play all the time until I mean you're at a certain level. But when I just getting out there, you got to play some gigs you gotta, teach some. Lessons you got to do as many things as you can relate to make it all add up to be enough putting that together initially after school is one of the hardest things but it wasn't too long before I had enough opportunities coming my way and I was able to create enough opportunities to keep things going. This is true with about any profession or you know for entrepreneurs it's like you've got things you're juggling and something eventually is going to drop out of the picture. and. Then it's like all right. I've gotta find something else to fill that space but it's sort of like having. A table with enough legs, and if one goes away, it's like the whole tables not gonNA collapse and you've still got time to figure out what the next thing is. You still got enough things going. To, sustain. So I think that what you're sharing is is relatable because we as I know as an entrepreneur, you talk rep the table and. Rwandan, you might topple and those things and you are sharing like I've heard this of other musicians as well as like wearing so many hats right being a composer being a producer being a teacher being you know the like left right which ones you know, and then trying to manage all of that and like you said with the table ideas, balanced what has worked for you to balance it all well. That's really what I think. We've become better and better out as we go along is just the balancing and learning. How much of any given thing we want to do and can do at the same time without going crazy. You know and I can't remember which of your guests that was but recently somebody said this and really resonated with me was that at the beginning, it's just like you're just doing it. You just endure and then as you get further along, it's the you become a manager and you really learning to manage everything that needs to happen in order for your business and livelihood this stay afloat and keep thriving and growing. Yeah. That was Valera she. She was totally talking about becoming like the CEO of Your Business and and shifting from the employees to actually the boss and I couldn't agree more and so in what ways have you shifted Becoming like because you have album sow, you play these gigs and. The way that I witnessed. My famous. Like I, see you out there playing with all these these big names and everything, and so what has worked for you in that leveling up. It's just about getting organized. Really you know more and more organized down to knowing what you're going to be doing each hour of the day. If you can you know and really maximizing your time, I think the most successful people are just the best at managing their time. It's easy to mess up to you know and like get to loose and then you're kind of. Some things are getting pushed back or not as on top of everything as you should be, I'm very much still getting that together, but it's just a lifelong skill we keep building on. Speaking of lifelong, you know when you when I did meet you and you said I'm producing my album coming out get something and you said, I, took this job. You know it just it's what's going to help me get the album out on time and hit the market I was really impressed with that because. Being an entrepreneur, we have these dreams of being very successful and it's that's not the thing that happens right away and I think because it doesn't happen right away. A lot of people lose their faith and they quit too soon What are some things that like be because you're you haven't quit you knew what you WanNa do for so long and you keep going for it. But what have you had to give up in order to have the life that you do have one of the first things I'd say guesses, those leisure types of activities that. All of us like Denzel Jen from time to time a lot of that just has to go. You know you spend so many hours of the day doing what needs to get done for your business. It's like I don't just go out and hit happy hour with friends like basically ever just as one example and I don't WanNa make it sound like a all work no play now but. It's more the fun and the place shows up and other places and times and gets a fixed onto working way like the hang as a lot of musicians they typically follows the.

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

07:01 min | 6 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"We have the editor of the podcast on here chance Hayden. He is a guitarist in he has sustained an active presence throughout the Pacific northwest since two thousand eight often wearing many hats at once performing out with renowned artists leading his own bands, touring, producing studio recordings, teaching, composing, arranging, presenting live music events, and more as a PSU studied graduate his music is deeply informed by the jazz lexicon while equally steeped with blues funk and. And, this man is steeped with Blues Funk and soul. Thank you so much for being here. Chance my pleasure. I'm so glad we could do this. Yeah me too and I certainly wanted to read your formal introduction, but I would love to start with a little story because it's very memorable for me. I don't know how memorable it is for you, but I could probably storyteller this whole hour. So I'm going to be careful but I remember the way that this all came about and I had moved up to Portland for. Two I knew three months because I had a book tour kind of planned and I also knew that I wanted to record my book while kind of taking a break from being down south in southern California and I had gone fitness at that time. I was still working for them and I remember going up to the general manager and We were kind of jamming out he was talking about being an artist or a musician or something of the sort and I said Hey. I want to record my own audiobook. Do you know where I can get a professional microphone and all I remember? Was Him turning and pointing at you like you're? GonNa WanNa ask this guy and you're just sitting there doing your thing that. Hey. and honestly the rest is history I, remember connecting over getting I asked you for a professional microphone and instead you offered me entire professional services and we got to record the audio book together which led to working on this podcast together. So that's my brief introduction I'm interested to hear your version of it. Just Because it was such A. transformative time for both of us, you know we're both kind of the tail end of working for the same company. And trying to get. An Mike case kind of back centered with my. Creative journey in my you know my own business which didn't stop while I was working the gym job. I was kind of needing that separate. Stream of income for a while. So I took that on for nine months and it was crazy to be doing that fulltime along with All of my you know music SEF but. You know we met I. Just, a few weeks before I close the door there and You know went back to just doing my thing fulltime I had my. Get something album on the way. There was just a few months ahead and in the time between you know we were working on your. Audio Book and You know you were sort of transitioning into your path a little bit more and I just. Feel like it was meant to be. As both at a similar place in time creatively and. Developing Our Visions and goals and you know. Just seeing our pass through more. Yeah totally and. I have to say like. Over because that was twenty eighteen. That was the very beginning of twenty eighteen and the last two and a half years at a really felt like I have grown with you and because of you like you have been such a contribution to my growth in and have empowered me in so many ways, and so I just want to like I might smother you in love and acknowledgement this whole episode just just buckle up. And that the work that we got to do, you've taught me so much about audio. You've taught me so much about you know how to produce a quality product and have really been. So guiding in the way in the way that I literally received a new product from you today to make this this podcast on even better. So everyone thinks you. Love for you to share a little bit about your own journey right like. Obviously we started together where we started, but what got you to that point you're creating albums and following your own half. because. I'm. One of those who kind of knew early on what I wanted to do and. You know, I didn't take a lot of. FIGURING FOR ME I. I got into music as a kid and. Kind of knew all along where it was headed and so. By? Halfway through high. School. When I learned he could go to college for Music I was like hey. Do, you can really do that, and that's what you can get a degree in and you know I thought what would be better than that 'cause that's what I love the most and. What I wanted to do all the time so that really Cemented my path all the more at that point. I was duly enrolled both in high school and Junior College, my junior, and senior year. So I was kind of getting a jump on. My college credits and I was playing. In my high school jazz band along with the community college jazz band and really like. Trying to take my. Playing and my skills to the next level as I was considering universities to go to and I decided to go to PSU here in Portland I've always love Portland I grew up just across the river in Vancouver Washington. So it was always admiring Portland from across the bridge did up going here and it was great. I have connected with so many wonderful teachers who became mentors and other players and. I was playing gigs like right away. Once I moved into Portland and was in school I was already kind of out on the scene at eighteen nineteen that sort of let me feel like I knew it was all going to happen and work out like. I was already kind.

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

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Harris could help Biden with women, young voters

Amazing Americans

02:17 min | 6 months ago

Harris could help Biden with women, young voters

"So let's talk about this. Should've Kamala Harris. The political conventions on the election itself with the person will be anchoring our coverage next week, NBC's Aaron Carter ski and let's Bring in someone who sat by his side in the past and has reported on every presidential election since 1972 are longtime ABC News White House correspondent and now retired, living her best life A, B. C's and Compton. I want to start off by asking you. What did you think of the selection of Kamala Harris? There is a very important ingredient in a bar. Presidential running mate, not somebody who's going to make policy, not somebody who's gonna bounce the ticket from geographical sense the most important thing for a older presidential candidate like former vice President Biden, someone who has enough gravitas that voters could look at this person say, You know, if the worst happened, this person could step up to the job. At the very moment needed, and I think some of the other contenders were not at that stage of their careers. And I think that makes a significant difference to undecided voters who say Do I really want to go with the Democratic ticket headed by somebody who is 77? When she started talking about herself as a mother, You're reminded that she is the only one of the four will be on either the Democratic stage or the Republican states that Khun do that when she talked about her role is Mamma La! I thought that was Really powerful and won and that we don't often see on a ticket like that. Being a mom and having that human factor is going to be very appealing to what is now certainly more than 50% of the American voting. That's women voters. Kamala Harris may be able to say I'm Mama Loa. But it also shows a dimension to a character that I think at a time, you know, harshest and politics and hostility and Piper partisanship. It is a mitigating factor, and I think again, it may appeal to voters who have not committed ideologically to Jo by the political conventions going away next week for the Democrats than the Republicans. Going to be mostly virtual. They're going to be much different than we've seen in the

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Tua passes Dolphins physical, cleared to practice

Schopp and Bulldog

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

Tua passes Dolphins physical, cleared to practice

"To football in Miami rookie quarterback to a tongue of I. Loa passed his physical and will be able to practice without limitations. In training camp tongue by Louis coming off of offseason hip surgery, Dolphins head coach Bryant Floor I said today there will be an open competition to be the Dolphins starting quarterback between two Ah Ryan Fitzpatrick and

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"This has been amazing conversation with I love talking about like off. Attraction stuff like it just gets features Shazad on it and and I could go forever and I would say you know. Have faith in it. HOW FAITH IN THE PROCESS! How face the RHYS PROSTATE? It's not so much about like if I imagine a a book is going to peer my hand while a book is about imagining the possibilities and finding ways to solve it like I tell people. This story a little bit. Sometimes, it's like if you start believing it's possible then it becomes possible, so if I said. Hey. Do you WanNa go get an ice cream cone? And you said you know what I love and ice cream I'll have any money at zero dollars. If you think about it ego. It's two dollars for you. Don't think you scrape up two dollars. I can't know what I probably could is start thinking about like the the solutions? How could I come to all the? Maybe there's some change the or maybe there's a dollar an old coffee cup on up all my stuff enter or maybe old coupon for like you start thinking about possible and all said. It becomes possible even though there was an impossibility to begin with, and I think because it doesn't feel like a crazy thought to go get something out of a small value that we don't have access to when we put it towards something really really big. It becomes like impossible because we don't see the path to get there, but you just have to have faith that if you're taking steps down this path, the solutions are going to present themselves. I'm a big Fan. The alchemist rebel. It's amazing story about this kid that's going through life chasing his treasurer at. He's looking for it and. And along the way Baynes happen to him, and they're all teaching them a lesson and at the end of the day you know what he's finding is every time he's progressing. He starts seeing the answers because he had the experiences led him. Be Able to observe to see them to take action upon them. So that's what the this law of attraction lifestyle is is having faith that when you take progressive action toward goals, the universe is going to reveal itself, and if you're paying attention to the science, you're going to see you're going to be able to take action upon those things. and. Make it happen work for you instead of to you. And then they and thank you bringing one of my favorite books, the Alchemist, and and thank you for bringing possibility to the podcast. Thank you for you know just being so so unleashed. Because you know here, that's what we're committed to. And so you really brought possibility into you can live your heart unleashed the way that you are and from a true passion and finding your voice, so thank you so much for being with us and sharing that heart of yours. Thank you thank you for having me on? Always love chatting with you. Some same thing and and hearts thank you for tuning in. Thank you for opening your heart up to what's possible. When you live, your heart unleashed. Because here at the hearts unleash podcast. We are turning dreamers into doers..

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"Relationship, whatever that thing is, you thought? He said I'll never to do that against like. Got A lot of years left in your life. You know you are even if you don't have light years, there's still a lot of time to bring joy and happiness, so why not pursue them because if it's? Time stamp on your life today. It's over thirty days. You'd probably do the things that you're putting off doing right now. It's so why not just kind of live out life as it is, and if you have it back up, try again. There's always a way to reinvent yourself. And so as far as I know your net necessarily reinventing yourself, but you're inventing some courses. You're invents programs. You're going to have some new offerings coming upon. Yes. I am I've been finding my voice finding out what I'm an expert. And I think that's one of the things I think people struggle with finding their expertise because they know everything that they know, and they don't realize what people don't know that they know, and so so that's been my like I've had this level of expertise which is residential construction, purchasing and networking with people within that industry. And how I've created relationships and I always would meet with these vendors and I talked to him and I'd say this. I tell them this and say like. Hey, when you. Always, give like a bunch of advice on like from a buyer's perspective how to be a bear salesperson because I liked helping the people I like working with out and I wanted to support them and other aspects like Hey, I want you to. I love doing business. The I want you to do. visit with a bunch of other people, so it's sort of helping them out. And I said and I was telling somebody else about like. That's that's your course was like. Why don't we pay dude? Dobie is selling sales training from buyer's perspective like bats, our ditch and it's super awesome, and I would have been used like as iron sales guys like I would pay a ton of money to to like know that perspective I was like all right I'm maybe I'll do it and I kind of like was to turn around it, and thinking about some other ideas, and I just kept circling back to this and I was like what it did. Hit me like fifty. Like is a lot of expertise and it. The reason I think I was avoiding. It was because of self-doubt at fear and some beliefs around what I thought might be a potential outcome and I was like. Dope you've identified that you have a problem with your beliefs around us. Pursue it, and it's evolved, and it's making a lot of sense. It's starting to feel right starting to feel within that vision and starting to see some of these other ideas build on top of it, and it's almost like Oh my God. Why did I do this six years ago? How the dodge experienced six years ago to do it, but but it's like one of those things. It's like I've just feel like it's clicking and it's about It's about to go live. So hopefully by the time anybody here's us. It will be live, and and they can check it out on my website but it's going to be a buyer's perspective on sales, train Jiang, and so who would be the most ideal? Buyer for your course, somebody that's doing business to business I would say they're Biz of more so than sales like I and the what I mean by that is or not doing immediate transactions or calling people up and getting you to buy over the phone. These relationships that take time to build up the sales process could be anywhere from three months to a year. They're usually very very high dollar transactions like an average sales, probably going to be a hundred thousand dollars to a billion dollars type transactions, so they're going to not be I guess spur of the moment. They're not going to be imposed by going to be A. A lot of pain points and these are going to work for Pretty Pretty Large Company and they're doing business with another pre large company, but what I find is that they worry about the company's interaction of solving the pain point with the other companies interaction. There's a pain point that that does need to be solved, but as being solved by individuals, and those individuals sometimes forget that there's a relationship and there's more to it than just a low price, best quality this and that there's okay. Somebody's got a boss that they report to. which is their customer? They WANNA look good. How can you help them? Look good and if you can help them look good. You're going to start filling this need of Hey. They're moving into pathways like I'm looking at. This person makes me look good. I do get at my job now. Yourself in a different kind of pain point, so that's where I really WANNA teach. Is this relationship and why that needs to happen at a personal relationship and not the hey I can I could pitch by product the best for anybody else and I give you the top ten reasons why my shiny red apples just better than your shiny red apples like they're all apple's man. Let's let's work on that really so. You know it's kind of funny. How you brought back around like the difference between a goal and an experience right like you. It's different than just the transactional I've got this. You've got that and let's put those things together as opposed to truly the of the relationship, and the and the fact that it's a long term experience, and so love what you're up to love what you're.

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"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

06:48 min | 7 months ago

"loa" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"Podcast where we are turning dreamers into doers, I have a very dear friend here peyot and he is the host of the all in podcast I got the blessing to be a guest on the all in podcast, and that's what we discussed and we're going to discuss a little bit about that here today, but I just want to start by saying welcome and thank you for being here. Thank you rob. Rob Me on awesome to reconnect with you in a few weeks, but always a pleasure chatting with you, yeah, yeah, so start telling us a little bit about your podcast in what all in means for you. Okay, so the all in podcast is, it's actually a start. They end all beyond I, didn't set out to be a podcast or what I referred to as another tool another extension. Of bigger experiment that I'm on with the personal development journey of myself. If you go back early in my career, there's a few things that struck out one I always had like big ambitions and goals and lay. There'd be like yearly goals and five year goals stuff like this, and over time through my career I sent these one year goals, and always under or I wouldn't. I wouldn't get them. There won't be happening fast enough and get frustrated and I'd kind of like lose. Lose Focus and time would pass, but the bigger goals. The five year goals look back on. Those like I completely surpassed them, and I like. If you look back and I said to myself fifteen years ago and said Hey. Where you're at today in life, this is your titled As many. Make this all these other things you got going on like I would have thought I made it like you're done like you hit the top of your peak and like everything's good life skit. But what I've noticed that even since I've reached it I've always felt like a compelling drive to do more accomplished more chase more and more articles, which Kinda leads into this next part of this journey, which was again starting off in my career I didn't need a network a lot, but anybody that's building anything you kind of go from being a doer to a manager in a in a big sense, not just like a manager at work, but a manager of a faints. And when you're first starting out, it's really about what you could personally do because you a piece of paper and you put little at that point entry into computer and you're judge. Did you get X. number done a day or whatever, but as you grow with your career, you go wherever you're doing. It started getting to the point where it's less about what you can do. Do and a war about what you can get other people to do to assemble a team to accomplish a task at hand to do that. You kind of need to find people to get a new team and support and inspire and lead them to get a part of your cause, whether it's a simple 'cause or big humongous goal vision like Hartson lasers, just like have just. Just trying to get the local. You know football team together for a car wash, so to networking became this stain that I didn't like doing, but I had to do it, and it slowly evolved from something I hated to something. I didn't mind to something I kind of enjoyed seeing some of the people within my local industry here and there to something kinda grew a. A little bit more, but every time it grew a little bit bigger I started noticing I had more resources to get more feigns done. Basically, I had more tools to solve more problems more problems. I could solve the more value I became, so he said Hey I'm gonNA. Go a little bit more involved with the network game specifically in my industry, which is residential homebuilding. And specifically in my market, which was southern California and while La viewers passive doing that my my network increases by value to the company increases and. Everything else starts going up title money. Is that what happened? If I did this nationally again? The cycle repeats itself and it starts grown church grow bigger. Is probably do about three years ago and I said Hey I've also got an interest in other things have gotten interested in fighting startup businesses I got an interest in chatting with people that like to do amazing cool stuff and they they want to accomplish the goals so I started networking within then so just like every time I put feelers out of just even like when I went into this startups face I was like what could this have anything to do with residential construction? Also now is meeting people. That word started space. It served residential construction and I had a lot of. Networking connections that I could introduce them to, and it's like Oh man. There's a ton of value here, so this is kind of. baby October of last year. I kind of had this epiphany of like. Hey, when you when you do a lot of these things, go out and build a big network like your path in life significantly improves, and when you go back, and you look at all the goals you accomplished when you underestimate what you do at five years, you've always exceeded those expectations and along this path to networking where I really started pivoting my thought process was. When I stopped looking at what I could do for myself goal wise like I was talking to earlier. If I got a goal gotta raise got a promotion. It was like okay. Check the box with Woodstock's the box with tax. That's just as never ending cycle wins again end and I came to the probably not. It's probably going to be this thing. Where like once you compass on, there's going to be another house WanNa Chase so. How can you find fulfillment? But where I started finding fulfillment was. In this networking that I was doing and building, I started making good friends. I started making close relationships and I would really find a lot of value if I could introduce somebody on one side of my network to somebody on the other side, their network and they both had a meaningful Connection that became about one person got some business and one person got their problems, and they was like. Hey, how could I do more? This idea came like. What would happen if you just stopped? Being scared of the possibilities scared of yourself, `bout scared of because whenever you start kind of going down this path, you get to this gun comfortable place for like it doesn't feel good I I'm not spark enough I'm not good enough. The other one. I the like is am I being too much like somebody's go. You are not sounds like maybe I'm extra too much like this is kind of like am I, am I my people so I thought well. Those are stories. that. We tell ourselves in her head and nobody's really telling us that by herself. So what if I remove that not really been remove. It's going to be there. Just overcome it. When all in with the meeting and connecting not just like a business cards, but really trying to make meaningful connections with as many as possible people's again, and serve them and set my expectations really really high, and I did that for like three to five years I.

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"loa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"loa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Uh, Mahalo. Rick Mahalo. New law. Mahalo Nui Loa. We need Bill's number, Bill. Thank you, And we've got it where it is right that you keep that number to put it next to the Philip Bailey. You thought that was we decided as a group that you weren't allowed to have. Philip Bailey's only I'm allowed. Just Cathy, not Rick. I think I would take you up on that hill. Thank you, Rick and Bill's number. Mahalo says Waikiki to your mansion on moment. My mansion mean my little studio condo. Well, whatever. I mean, that cost about what? Your garage probably cost you. Whatever. It's about Ah, 25 minute flight. You gotta fly. Molokai is a whole nother island. Okay, Then why'd he keep that boat, right? I mean, but we fly into Honolulu. Yeah, we're flying to Honolulu. All so you could you could see a show where you get okay. Yeah, well, there you go. I would do that, Bill. Thank you. It's really cool, and you might want my band to play there sometimes. Just throwing that out there? Yeah, I mean, you know to me, it makes sense. Spinners. Commodores, Theon Warwick. The project right. Natural segue Way Absolutely. Michael and boulders Next on news radio at 10. 40 on this Friday, a little Michael. Two day everyone. How are you doing? I know it's everyone's create, right? Yes. Yep. From Avery's one calling him one of the musicians. They're out of work, and I've heard about all these fundraisers and stuff. But I've never heard about how a musician like me can take advantage of the how I can contact the spokes..

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Covid Science: Test, Track, Trace

The Naked Scientists

04:13 min | 8 months ago

Covid Science: Test, Track, Trace

"First up this week, the city of Leicester has been making the headlines now unlike the rest of the UK that celebrated super. Saturday as the lockdown eased, was grand reopening for the pubs in Leicester Schools have been restricted to children essential workers again. A non essential shops have had to pull down the shutters because surge corona virus cases. The lockdown has been extended there. Nobody seems to be able to think on precisely why Lester has come top of the League for Corona. Virus cases this last month. The Department for Health and social care said there were multiple factors causing the spike, and there were no quote. Cat Homes, hospital settings or industrial processes that would immediately explain the apparent rise in new diagnoses. BA- scientists say that infections might reflect social inequalities in places where there are more white collar jobs, employees can work from home, and they can isolate from others a deprived areas on the other hand. People are more likely to have to go to work and to use public transport to do that, and that raises their risk of becoming infected. Cambridge University's Jeff Studies disease outbreaks. So, what does she make of the longer lockdown approach? That's being used to control the outbreak in Leicester I think in general terms were already on the right track. It's really about sort of empowering local authorities now when we do see sort of increase transmission in specific areas to act in a way that they know is locally appropriate, also locally effective to contain it because the way outbreak spread is obviously determined by the population. It's spreading in sort of density of the housing arrangement, the kind of industries they rely on for. For the economy there do we actually know what is the right way forward? In terms of when you have these sorts of combinations of factors, what the right thing to do is, or is it going to be a learning exercise? In different cities with different formats, different population groups are going to have to learn the hard way, and then they'll know for next time. Absolutely especially with such an unfamiliar in new virus, there is going to be a lot of trial and error a lot of trying to learn from each other and author trying to look. To see what's going to help, there is not going to be a one-size-fits-all and I think that the fact that nothing is certain should be a bit reassuring in that there is discussion and research, and that's really what's required at present. Given it is. We know that viruses spread much less will in turn. More people are out and about we're also in the immediate aftermath of lockdown when arguably the amount of virus circulating should be extremely low. Is it not rather worrying that? We've got lester happening right now? It's obviously concerning sure whether we should see it as entirely surprising. There are few features over city like Lester. That would leave little more susceptible to kind of ongoing transmission. What encourages me is that it was detected and that there is this discussion now of maybe some kind of local interventions that could come into control. There is something to be said for the fact that is. And the does seem to be less transmission because when you're in sort of orphan spaces, so maybe there is some kind of happy middle ground of opening up. The is possible with something. That sort of leverage is the the fact that we can be outside right now and not rained on chilly. For we've now got plans being laid for opening up the hospitality industry more opening up air bridges to other European countries. What your feelings on the direction of travel? As it too much too soon or do you think this is about right? I think it's important in answering this question that I make it clear that my background is very much coming from the sort of epidemiology anthropology side I'm not an economist. I'm not a public policymakers rule, but from my perspective it is worrying I'm through are ways that we can support hospitality industries to open up in a way that sort of mitigates the risk and so I'm hopeful. But the issues around international spreads do concern me, not just the idea of importing cases into Britain, if we transmission even loa, which could trigger new ongoing transmission, but also the fact that we might be exporting cases to vulnerable places. We've not only got to think about risks to our country, but the role we might play in sort of proliferating this outbreak globally to

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Bitcoin Falls - Profits Made

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:26 min | 9 months ago

Bitcoin Falls - Profits Made

"I don't come. Download the APP and put in the code. Try to call feel bias. Walk into the tram to come crypto shy well. Wasn't yesterday, a bit of a wild one high. Gee, WHIZ! Absolutely nuts. Big foles in markets as I was pretty confident, we'd say we did say some very strong moves down and listen good training conditions as well. No huge amount of opportunities also fought around the same so the time if you will try to, the CRYPTO, cried Naci boost strategies, you would've been had the opportunity on Bonnets on ails on Tron and on Cod Donna, which moved the laced, and that's the one I took. But still, WANNA percent profit for the day. Yesterday pretty stoked about that. Yeah let me saw a beautiful boost to the just couldn't raise the ordering Thomas a volatile my sword the calculations. They'll just get it quick enough. Tron beautiful and yes gripe. Fifteen minute time from I love the fifteen minute timeframe on the top ten perc contracts. Why are you asked me well because you've got a big position? Entering you stop also pre taught. So when you've got your entry and you stop plus really tie, it means that will effectively you end up with a lot more contracts? Now that could have the you know you can be. A double edged sword. In the sense that you know not, there's not much liquidity they. You can't call some slippage that. but if it does if you do taunt properly then, yeah, you can absolutely kill the pigs. It doesn't take very much movement to make some very very lodge money on a multiple of risk. It's one percent. Oh, half percent whatever you like, so yesterday was released is You know that I did saw was going to go to those low timeframes. That was the plan. I put out there on my youtube, so if you not they guy follow it. It was with planet. Put out of everybody really stuck to that plan and it was successful. Now When the markets wrought fool your fifteen minute timeframe the law or even fifty nine out the half an hour one hour. Well, it's just by knowing what the market looks like what it's doing for me. It's when the comes back to the market. We had some serious momentum. Yesterday's lower timeframe souls comfortable to do it. The Quincy he was there for me to fill my bigger orders and I got what I needed. as a matter of knowing what to do and win a Seidel Tom. It's not just about having a trading strategy is a lot of things we need to do is try to make sure that we. Were the right place at the wrong time doing the right things, and that's what law I've tried fools about. That's what might try to coke communities about. It's about sharing this information with people to let them know what my plan is. H time for them to make their own planes It's really important to us that we help the community and we help people to become the best tried is I candidates the whole purpose of the business? Now couple of things the first thing I'll say to you right now. You're not. On my list I'm going to get a video out there today and we're gonna be doing some stuff with a Toro. Coming up, and you'll need an account for it so if you haven't got if your already got an HR archaic now dramas. It says you've already got one. If you haven't got one jump on the mailing list because I'm going to put the link in to get one because I'm going to take you through the crowd, of course, their guy and that's just the beginning is also going to be scans. There's also going to be a lot more. Down the track as we develop and get our licenses, that's right. We'll be looking at other markets eventually as well so That's where it's going to get really dame cool. In on looking forward to that day. Anyway let's go back to the markets and that's just try to call dot COM Gawain do the video newsletter. You can actually jump on rotten massages, and you'll save posted, so can fill your boots on that one. But. Just talking the market now mainly I. It is so difficult to the man. When, I look at it right now, yes, tonight, bearish definitely. The bergische broke down from that daily can looked like all buggy that we're GONNA. Go much much lower. We did move caught a lot lower me from from yesterday's close. To where we bat bottomed out, it was four point seven seven percent, which significant decent move. On I haven't quite quickly so. Know, we headed towards having one of those. You know I nine ten percent decline top dies, but did not even we. We bounced that. You know we bat SPEC, really hot and that's where for me it's. It's a little bit tricky. And the reason it's tricky is because once again. bitcoins just wrecked. itself is a trend. It's gone low. Hi Lola. Then, that's gone straight back up to a high. Low Aloha and if I look at the four outshot. The. We've been here before we will hear. With a hair! Back through April. Now, we get an up trend that would I down as soon as it set itself down. Investment opposite said itself. I wasn't till sort of You know the start of my. Sorry the back end of Ipil, the we started to really have a decent. That was when we sort of went through seventy eight hundred. We ended up around ten grandma. Cunanan suddenly around that sort of figure. At we're going continual choppy period of time. That is very. It's not the best training conditions, the matter of fact, trading, spot or trading margin against BTC's probably given a lot more opportunity than everything else. It's just a matter of being patient. Looking at one point five percent yesterday. I'm happy with that because I ain't got, add on a flat That was a really nice, really nice way to start the week to be feeling fresh to do anything else this week unless the conditions good now with bitcoin yesterday i. Believe it all. Dan, lightly percent at once I've actually closed up one percent on the nose. We had a low thousand, eight, hundred, ninety, and we close at nine, thousand, four, hundred, twenty, eight, so. We're told me five hundred dollar swing, but if you look at the the high of the Diet was ninety five sixteen, so a really wall What does it tell me? It doesn't tell me about the role really? You know there is a low hi, there is a low low, but is there a good daily downturn? Absolutely not it's certainly isn't clear. If it's not clear, it's not there and just go back and white Bitcoin Bitcoin in particular sitting. North thousand four hundred fifteen dollars right now theorem also kind rejected on the dingaling. Two hundred and seventeen dollars thirty two cents, which is exactly the resistance level interesting that one. It did close down only point three percent closing at two thirty one when now slightly down on the session, but not by very much I mean it's point two of a percent, the EXA pay look at how to a hell of smashed down as well, but it closed up one point one percent closing at nineteen point two cents a guy. He's a very strong run backup carney down nineteen point one, which is down point, six of a percent bitcoin cash close down yesterday as well the close to thirty spot seven zero. It had moved old why to a lawyer yesterday twenty four, so a pretty decent eleven move to get back up to closing down point item, percent base, they and also right now it's two thirty, five ninety five point one of the scent they. Look the book the daily downtrend they, it's broken, one seventy six it in a down trend. It looks very bearish to me on in fact, looking for opportunities to try this show at the moment I'm hopeful I. Haven't got anything yet, but I am keeping a close on on this as it does. definitely carry the hallmark of of Loa low coming in here finally, the four Alcan was a legal beat smaller than I certainly would have my My mock there. We currently only saw yesterday with death three point two percent closing at one, seventy, three, six down point to at one, seventy, two non full wrought now lot coin, rolling over as well rejecting those lows yesterday once again with a sitting around some support around one around forty one dollars and sixty four cents at BAFTA, quite strong, it's still pretty solid. Why slightly to the downside Slot Momentum Bearish Saad? A close yesterday Dan Point, six at forty three dollars, seventy five, or about the same rock now. A US against sitting random portal's forty turned was pulled the. Look a its its down point. Two of a percent now toodle fifty two yesterday. It closed down one point three six percents. It's not the clearest translate bonds at a river of a move yesterday. Jay's I really wish I had to take in that instead of Don on the fifth day at one stage. what was the actual low on the fool? Because the foreclose, sixteen fifty fog was down seven point five seven percent on the day. Pounced to close down one percent at sixteen dollars and thirty seven cents, the low was fifteen thirty so over a Duller of a move that very very volatile bonnets was yesterday and look tell you what It's a sort of sort of mock love to try. Just I'm just waiting for my opportunities wants guy. Starring role of now, Dan, point six of the sense sixteen dollars twenty eight

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Dolphins owner: There definitely will be an NFL season

Fantasy Football Today

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Dolphins owner: There definitely will be an NFL season

"Let's see we got some dolphins news so their owner Stephen. Ross said there will definitely be an NFL season this year. That's nice to hear. The dolphins are open playing to a toggle by LOA BUT RYAN. Fitzpatrick is likely to begin the year as the starter. According to the Miami Herald and will fuller is making good progress in his recovery from core muscle surgery.

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Aligning Your Research, Business and Life with Cheryl Lau (Part 1) | GBP053

GradBlogger

07:12 min | 11 months ago

Aligning Your Research, Business and Life with Cheryl Lau (Part 1) | GBP053

"Those that may be feel like you're recognized shells name. It's because we had her back on episode forty two earlier question backing up so forty to vote fear of sharing her work online and some of the concentrations efforts that she's doing some questions. She had their Shirl I have been talking behind scenes about her journey since then and it's really been inspiring to me tactile which he thought about where career was going thought about. Wear on my business going though what you wanted in her life actually found found quite refreshing through discussions. I knew something that we really need to talk to the podcast listeners. So I want to shoot a couple episodes here. I'm in the subsoil rentable lining both your research direction. Your Business and your life and shows actually created an successful online business. She's had a couple of switches in her career direction. We talked on offline about things like support expectations of her family. And much more. So we're GONNA go through this all in her story and what. She's learning what she can share with us. And with you the listener over the next two episodes so Cheryl maybe a great place to jump in. It's just how did you get started? Online? And what is your. What is your back story in academia? Ria So thank you. So much for that introduction curse A bit about me to start with is so right now. I am an early stage researcher in I'm based in Hong Kong and I currently work in the Social Work Department of a university here in Hong Kong and outside of my nine to five job. I am an online personal branding strategies. So that is my side hustle business and right now. I help early. Stage researchers develop a personal brand that essentially a slum become known as an emerging thought leaders. So that they can call me apply to graduate school programs or jobs and ultimately create really value pack content and contribution to their fields. And how? I got through the online business space or the online space in general will. I guess my venture into the Allies. They started with my own major curb it and that involved job out of law school a few years ago when I saw that when I realized that law school was just not the raker fit for me and that's when I saw firsthand how the scourging and stress Loa can feel to start over your career journey however I at the time I was. I gave myself a year to really become experiments. Wanted to try new things throughout the process throughout that during the I I started the process of building my personal brand which actually helped me to directly and indirectly attract new opportunities both academically and in business so for example more specifically in the business days. I started pushing myself to show up online to share my thoughts and ideas and experiences and this led to building an audience on social media who took interest and what not to say and eventually able to work with some of those audience numbers in a professional capacity and this eventually became a business. That's probably the genesis of the things. We're GONNA talk with this episode but I wanNA pull out some threads and also share the some of the magnitude so all the way back. You mentioned that you went to law school in Hong Kong. You actually did degree before that here. In Canada in Toronto is that correct craft us. Yeah the latest story. So you did was your Undergrad to a degree here right so I did my Undergrad in the University of Toronto. I did it in psychology and pretty much grow in Toronto but then after I graduated from University Toronto I went straight into law school with a scholarship because back then. My mind's was very different. I I was really tunnel. Vision on getting the highest. Gpa possible. I really cared about doing the most practical Christina saying I could in terms of career and I really cared about what people think so back then when I had the opportunity to go to I jumped on it and I didn't really give much thought to what my strains on interest lower and that's when I went to law school and a year later after starting law school I realized Oh I don't think this is a right curve fit for me because the studying part was fine. I really enjoyed studying the law but the issue was when I was doing my internship. I realized I don't really enjoy being here. I don't really enjoy the corporate Looking up piles and piles of paperwork of contracts. And that's what I realized. All this may not actually be the career path for me. That's kind of when I hit a quarter life crisis. You could say yes I mean. It seems like a pretty big onto your here. In Canada you did a degree you went to law school on the other side of the world which you're still in Hong Kong now And it's and then you've felt it wasn't for you was there some pushback from maybe people groups or your family or anything. When you made that decision a law school might not be the best spot for you. All one hundred percent So for me my parents I think they were. They were very against the decision to leave law school because they they saw in their opinion. They felt that it was a sign of quitting. But for me when I looked at when I looked at the pros and cons of Continuing disagree the cons really outweigh the pros? Because even if I had finished his degree the end result I wouldn't end up in the law the legal space anyways and so for me. The pros and cons just did not match up and prose is not always the cons of finishing his degree and I think this was a very difficult conversation to have my family because they were the ones who were really excited for me when I gone to law school and they were really proud and they were really excited to to see their daughter going into a profession that was known as practical procedures. But the difficult conversation had to happen. Because I just I I knew that my strengths and my talents did not lie in the legal space and so it was a very difficult conversation to have. You know an end the end they were accepting but they were not necessarily supportive by think fast forward to today twenty twenty seeing the amount of progress in the things done in the past two years since leaving school and I think they're the very leads to see what has come about since leaving law school but in the moment it was very difficult and I also was so worried. About what my. Here's the thing. Because people were moving ahead in their careers. They were still in law. School other people were pursuing other graduate degrees or other career paths and it is at the time. It seems like wow. I am really taking a few of stock in everyone else's moving forward and I don't a lot of imposter syndrome. A lot of self doubt ought of move. I guess there's a lot of yes. So does the keyword here and I just felt like wow like I had. I had gotten my way here to law school and now I'm leaving. So what am I doing? My life and those are thoughts. I really can soothe me at the time but now in hindsight I'm really grateful for the opportunity to make decisions leaves law school because now I feel like I am definitely realigning my interest and passion with my

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Is Trump abusing his power over the judiciary?

FT News

15:34 min | 1 year ago

Is Trump abusing his power over the judiciary?

"This is news in focus where we offer our insights into the stories that matter before we go any further. I want to address today. Sentencing of a man Roger Stone Roger Stone. He's become the sentencing of Roger Stone. A LONGTIME CONFIDANTE DONALD TRUMP for lying to Congress obstruction and witness tampering was mired in controversy. Over how the. Us Justice Department handled the case under public pressure from the president. Mr Stone received a forty month sentence whereas prosecutors had recommended that he serve up to nine years. This followed seven cases of presidential clemency for White Collar criminals whose convictions included extortion fraud and lying to White House officials. Yes we have commuted. The sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail We have Birdie character we have Mike Milkin. Who's gone around and done an incredible job? Offer is the independence of America's judiciary under threat. Or as Mr Trump simply using the powers a lot to him on the line with me to discuss this is ed loose. Us National Editor and columnist and Cottam Schober US legal and enforcement correspondent. I let's hear a clip from president trump taken. Just a couple of days before stone sentencing. Just so you understand. I chose not to be involved. I'm allowed to be totally involved. I'm actually I guess the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the country but I've chosen not to be involved but he is a man of great integrity. But I would be. I could be involved if I wanted to be man of integrity he is referring to is the US Attorney General William Bar but is this credible given the tweets he published before the sentencing of Roger. Stone got tell us first about the case of Roger Stone which you've covered for the F. T. Who was he exactly? What was his crime? And was the sentence particularly lenient for this kind of case. Roger Stone is a flamboyant veteran political operative in the US. His career goes all the way back to working on Richard Nixon's election campaign and he has basically been the person you call as a Republican presidential candidate. When you want to get your hands dirty. He called himself a dirty trickster and he is an expert in this sort of Makir side politics in the two thousand sixteen election. He was a sort of informal adviser to Donald Trump. And one of the things he was trying to do was make contact with wikileaks. When it became known that wikileaks had a trove of hacked emails from the Democrats to use it for political gain. The thing that he was convicted of is in two thousand seventeen when Congress began investigating. What exactly went on to twenty sixteen election? The House Intelligence Committee called on Mr Stone and asked him about some of the comments he had made during the campaign and Mr Stone lied to. Congress about who is intermediary was or who he was referring to when he was talking about having an intermediary allied when. He said that he didn't have any documents or any written materials or any taxed of his conversations with that intermediary. The sentence he eventually received was actually probably pretty in line with what other sort of white collar criminals convicted of lying to. Congress or the government have received the key issue in his case was he had threatened a longtime friend of his who was also another witness. Basically saying don't contradict my story and those thrashed included threatening his dog for example the key issue at stake was whether he was serious about that and whether therefore has sent should be jacked up significantly because he had made violent threats and eventually the judge took the view that although it was serious that he'd made violent threats. The person that he had threatened didn't actually feel like they were going to experience violence. Ed Tell us a bit more about Mr Stone. And the history of his friendship with the President and whether you think Mr Trump's tweets constituted interference in the judicial process. Yeah as I said. He's a flamboyant dirty tricks. Who GOES WAY BACK TO LATE? Six hundred seventy trump maximum in the late seventies. He was introduced to try but he quickly hit it off. They shed philosophy of you know playing to win that no method is invalid. Never apologize never explain. Stone set up with couple of other people are very well known lobby group in Washington. One of his clients was trump who was seeking tax breaks a casino. He was setting up in Atlantic City. And really they've been great friends since then so the ties between trump and stone go along way that very deep and they're often allegedly nefarious in terms of the League outlook from this. I have no doubt that trump will seek to podcastone fast opportunity. Trump's on the Guy Senate acquittal spring cleaning of his administration ruthlessly seeking out anybody who isn't very very loyal so to get rid of weather that Meghan appointees the civil savage. Anybody perceive does slightly disloyal. Not Enough is being pledged. Loyalty is a hugely important hugely. Important thing to trump and stern has shown loyalty he has not. He is not divulged things that have damaged the president. He's showing toughness. He's been very Trumpian in how he's dealt with. Franchi's accused the judge me by of being a biased judge which she's rejected this very trumpian and I have no doubt that it will culminate in at some point. President trump pardoning Roger Stern question about what trump actually did part of the reason. Roger Stone was so controversial. Was that line prosecutors involved in this case we're uncomfortable with what Mr Trump and the justice department we're doing. Can you explain that to viewers and why it was such a problem so there are four prosecutors who secured Mrs Jones conviction trial so the trial team? They filed their sentencing recommendation which was seven to nine years which there's no bones about it. That's a serious sentence for anybody to serve and then that evening all of a sudden early hours of the morning so after midnight trump tweets calling it a miscarriage of justice. He says this is unacceptable and Lo and behold the very next day the DOJ which is the US Department of Justice DOJ officials. Start saying that they agree that the sense would be unwarranted and adair kind of reverse it. The following day afternoon we see all four the prosecutors quit the case including one of them actually quits his job at the DOJ entirely and subsequently a new sentencing recommendation is put forward. Which says we'RE NOT GONNA ask for a particular sentence but it ought to be far less than seven to nine years. The idea that four prosecutors would quit a case. All at once is astonishing and it was a very serious and important moment and DOJ his trip shook the DOJ. It was a very dramatic moment in Washington and the question then was was doj senior leadership. William bar the. Us Attorney General. Was He reacting to an order from trump or was something else going on now the lion that DOJ has stuck to is that there was a miscommunication between the US Attorney's office in Washington DC and between main justice headquarters also in DC? But they're separate offices. Basically Mr. Barr says he was not expecting to see a seventy nine year recommendation. The new prosecutor brought on sat at the sentencing that the prosecutors who filed a recommendation that you good faith and thought that they had been given approval to do so and so Mr Bar said listen. This is not about trump. This is about. I think that that sentence was appropriate and I was not told about what was going on. The important thing here is whether or not Mr trump explicitly ordered the attorney general chains recommendation. It's still gets to this question about how our friends of the president being treated in their cases now it's pretty common across the US for federal prosecutors to request tough even harsh sentences. That's not unknown. You don't often see the attorney general weighing in to ask for lighter sentences and certainly DOJ policy at the moment is to prosecute people to the fullest extent of the law to secure the longer sentences possible so whether or not Mr Trump's tweets were an express order to Mr Bar that he followed a whether he was acting independently. It still gets to this question about if your friend of the president. How are you going to be treated by this? Doj while we're on the subject of Friends of the president. The other thing that happened last week was a series of presidential pardons for White Collar criminals specifically several that have connections to Mr Trump. I talk about Michael Milkin. What did he do and why does it matter that he was pardoned? Michael Milkin is to people on Wall Street a hero. He effectively invented the junk bond or high yield bond market in the eighties and then he was brought low by prosecutors and the SEC and eventually guilty to securities fraud and nine hundred ninety. He served about twenty two months in prison after being initially sentenced to ten years. Ever since then he's been rebuilding his reputation. He's a philanthropist. Now has the Milken Institute and for a long time people on Wall Street rich and powerful people have felt that he was prosecuted unjustly and deserved a pardon. The other person. Mr Trump pardon rod blagojevich is perhaps less of a popular figure in any area. He was the former Democratic governor of Illinois and was prosecuted for trying to extort a children's Hospital for campaign contributions and also trying to sell the vacated Senate seat of Barack Obama when he became president his case involves some quite lurid wiretap quotes. Where he talked about Mr Obama's Tennessee. Being a very valuable thing with various explosives and that he wasn't going to give it away for nothing. The fact that these pardons came just a day or two before Roger. Stone's sentencing is pretty mistake -able signal of Mr Trump's power to grant clemency. Whatever case that he wants so prosecutors can go after his fans and associates. Jerry can commit crimes. Judge can sentence them to however long they want ultimately. Mr Trump has under the constitution the pardon power and that was a pretty stark exercise of that pardon power on the eve of a close friend of his being sentenced. Ed Do you think we're gonNA see more interventions this spy trump perhaps related to the Mueller probe into Russian interference in the election. People like Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. Who Manafort I think would definitely be a case for another pop and I would be very surprised if Michael Cohen Without Him. Because Michael Cohen Tablet Trump describes a rat in that inimitable. Kind of multi language that the president sometimes uses Michael. Cohen testified to Congress very damagingly against president. Trump's he's considered to be a tax cut. The thing that links you know all these Haden's whether it's Michael Milkin Rod Blagojevich Obama Carrick. Us police commissioner who was the security guard incidentally for Rudy Giuliani. The thing that links all of them is that they're pretty well connected people who've committed white-collar crimes and who have upbeat through Fox News. In some cases that Bregovic wife spoke on Fox News. He carrots by on Fox News to capture the president's attention and I think the pattern is again very trumpian thing. It's it's about. People who trump identifies with he feels as acute. Did he feels. He's fatty toxic at he. Identifies WITH OTHERS. Who fit that description again though. The role of connections and of mutual friends and a Fox as dishing platform for pardon. These are very common. There's a pattern here. How big a cause of concern is all this. I mean it's trump's use of the pardon power markedly different from other presidents will Clinton famously on his last day in office Rich Hedge Fund billionaire and friend of the Clintons Madonna to the Clintons and that caused a lot of bad blood. Clinton was heavily criticised for intervening on behalf of a friend and it stood out and I guess the reason I mentioned that is it. Was Fatty unusual. It's now completely normal. Trump has happened many many people who under the inventions of us? Pardon history wouldn't ready quantify so I think he has changed quite dramatically and just to add on. There's an interesting historical link year. Another controversial use of the pardon power in the past was George H W Bush who infamously pardoned a whole swath of former officials who are indicted in connection to the Iran Contra Scandal and bill bar the current. Us Attorney General was back then also attorney general and so Mr Bar He had pushed not just for one. Pardon of Caspar Weinberger. Who was the former Secretary of defense? He said listen. If you're gonNA pardon any of these people you have to pardon all of them. I think his quote was in for a penny in for a pound and so you may have the curious historical echo if MR trump loses later this year of his attorney general at the end of his time in office being the same attorney general at the end of George W Bush's time in office advising him on. You know who to pardon before he leaves Hamas all this been received in Washington and then around the US do people care. It's been received as many other actions by president trump being received with a high temperature reaction inside the Washington. Beltway and shrug outside the GNOMES that being trashed here in a row very significant look at the powers of the presidency. The procedures the the president uses before he acts and the conventions so that being shredded caused great angst in Washington. Dc across the political divide and almost badly registered a ripple outside of Washington. The same of course applies to impeachment. It really didn't resonate much isn't resonating match in the Democratic primaries. In places like Iowa New Hampshire and so I think this is far far lower. It may be it should be different than ideal while but it registered FAFA LOA on the vote says right of than than even impeachment.

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Tua Tagovailoa's Recovery Shakes Up the NFL Draft

ESPN Daily

08:15 min | 1 year ago

Tua Tagovailoa's Recovery Shakes Up the NFL Draft

"Time last year to ten goodbye. Loa was the consensus number one overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft but when a devastating hip injury in November ended his season at Alabama his NFL future was cast into doubt now with new reports. That too is recovery is on track. Teams are debating whether his elite talent is worth the risk and the entire draft. Looks like mystery? I mean at times? It's Tuesday February. Eighteenth this is espn daily presented by ADT. Todd Todd mcshay is an NFL draft in college football analyst for ESPN so todd. The last time we saw Tunga Velo on a football field. He was getting started off with a hip injury and it ended his season and Alabama title hopes along with it. News broke last week regarding the status of his recovery. What we know now well first of all I was there that day and it was brutal to watch behind. He's down to us. Down Helmet came off. This is exactly what you did not want to see happen and I was probably ten. Maybe twenty yards away from him as the to. Mississippi state defenders converged on him. And you could just tell right away. Something was wrong but then I saw the bloody nose at first and they said the trainers got. The plastic wraps in there has the gloves on their hands and and I just thought all right. They're they're just taking care of his nose and he'll be done for the day and then he went to stand up and you could tell just how deep his knee drove his leg into his hip that something was seriously wrong so it's good to hear that he has passed his first test. If you will sources confirm to ESPN at the most recent tests show is healing well and has good range of motion to what could get back to football activities in a month if he continues to progress well and is now moving onto the second phase of of the Rehab and recovery stage. There's still a lot left to determine and there's still a lot of rehab to go so that's going to be the biggest thing in terms of his evaluation between now and late. April's draft is where is he? And what are the doctors really? Think about the long-term WanNa talk to you about his injury and the draft. And you know the time line for all of that but I I wanNA talk to you. About what a good football player he is because prior to that injury he was the base star in college football. And you've been watching him for a long time wind it I strike you. This guy's got this stuff how `bout that throw in the national championship talk. He had never started a game and now he's in the National Championship with the game on the line he was coming off of a bad play was able to shake it off. He's keeping his is down the middle of the field and he's working that safety just a little bit to the right. He's trying to move the safety as much as he can because if he does. He knows that he has Smith's breaking down the sidelines. The is move the safety just enough for him to go back to Smith and make the throw of the year. I mean he just knew the spot that he had to get it to and to come in the second half and to have the confidence to lead Alabama to a victory. That kind of told me everything about him. And from that point he kept developing. But if you go back and just really study his tape the things that make him special his deep accuracy is as good as you're gonNA say he's so quick twitch he's like a drew brees from the left handed side you know just how how works in the pocket and goes from one read to the next but keeps his is married to his feet. He fits what you want in today's NFL. But is he going to be healthy enough to with that hip recovery to to have that quick twitch nece and and the ability to to move as quickly as he has tie? You're around these players but also these programs. What did you hear about how to? Oh was handling the injury in his rehab process. Everyone loves him. There's a calmness and a poise about him that you rarely see with with college quarterbacks or any college player so. I'd like to leave you with this from one of my favorites McGraw songs. When you get where you're going don't forget turn back around and have the next one in line. Always stay humble and kind so confident but so humble talking. Nfl SCOUTS IN GM's not a negative word about him. He's a special human being and wherever he winds up going. He's going to be the face of the franchise obviously but he's kind of a culture changer if you will and and. I think that's part of the draw in part of his value. It's not just this injury right. He's had other injuries that have caused him to miss time. He broke a finger sprained. A knee injured his quad. The ankles even before all of this. How much of a concern with that? It's a big. It really is a big concern and the problem is if you study the history of it if you look back. I think it's the last ten years or seven quarterbacks that had college injuries there were first round draft picks that all of them have had some varying kind of durability issues in the NFL from Rg. Three to SAM. Bradford Shawn Watson Marcus Mariota Carson wentz Teddy Bridgewater Jake Locker. All of these guys have gone on to have injuries now. They're not always the same injuries. Some guys are are just injury-prone and just knowing. Nfl teams in the amount of time and the amount of studies that they do. Especially at this position. Especially with first round picks. That are going to cost you. When you're talking about quarterbacks in the top ten twenty to thirty five million dollars in guaranteed money they're doing the research on this and they all know this. You know your job over the course of these college football seasons you're not just evaluating these players you're thinking about where they'll be drafted if to ahead gun her at that point in the season where do you think he would have gone. I think he would be the first overall pick. I think if two was healthy Cincinnati would be taking to a number one overall. I really do if he didn't suffer that injury. We would be having a great debate between two a ton of Iowa and Joe Borough but ultimately my guess is that too would probably be the decision at Number One and knowing Cincinnati. They'd probably they do something to maybe move out of that spot. Make a mistake and let Miami or the chargers Carolina come up and get that pick. If I'm being honest he's he's better than Joe Borough and I love Jober but if you tell me these two guys are going to have ten year careers with no injuries. I'm taking two but then I've got a measure. R Joe Borough has been durable. Jost has shown the ability to kind of fight through pain a little bit more and to stay healthy and so. That's really the deciding factor. In my opinion I have to ask you know. Why do you think he's better than borough? I mean rose coming off of arguably the greatest season we've ever seen by college quarterback. What is it about two as game that you prefer? If I knew he was going to be healthy I think he just kind of fits a little bit better in terms of what what the NFL is today. Terms of getting the ball out quickly and being decisive and then also when you take shots down the field. But I I love Joe Borough to if I WAS CINCINNATI. I would take her over to because of the durability issues. Borough is worth the the first overall pick and I think Cincinnati would be making mistake if they didn't take jober tied. You have to take proof your analysis because you're gonNA get clipped saying to us better than Joe Borough and that's GonNa Follow you forever. 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Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa Undergoes Procedure On Ankle

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa Undergoes Procedure On Ankle

"Nine of the college football season has arrived in we've been looking for that signature story that may very well dictate what happens from now on and we have found it to tongue loa ankle injury puts Alabama in familiar territory it was a year ago late in the season when he had problems with one ankle this is the other ankle and Nick Sabin had this to say just a few minutes ago update onto a surgery was successful there's no real I'm terrible for his return but the expectation is is he will be non weight bearing for several days and then he'll be able to come back as his rehab allows him so we're hopeful that you know in a ten day period he'll be back being able to do pretty active typewriter I've been we'll see how it goes from there but these things are pretty unpredictable at this point yes they are and there are a lot of issues especially for not only the most valuable player college football but would be the number one pick in the draft there's more to this decision they just wouldn't it save in the trainers and the I think there's a family consideration here and there's also the biggest game of the year just around the corner

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Interview With A Special Boy, Arlee Di Bella.

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

10:06 min | 1 year ago

Interview With A Special Boy, Arlee Di Bella.

"You're listening to fill Dibella and this is flash costs by PAYDAY bay today I've got a special little guest has been on the show before and he's my number one little man it's my little son Ali Dibella his nine years old Ali welcome to the show allied always great to have my children on the show and I I like to do these splash costs with children to lend a little bit of different sought because as I say it's a lobster all about family personal and professional said today we're GONNA do a Flash Koster and family and I'm going to ask some questions and they'll just be random questions that are not script it'll rehearsed and let's see what comes out of the the mind of a nine year old plays if you've got children feel free to share this or his parents to learn from because my my kids are often my best teachers I've learned so much from my nine year old son Ali in a lot from my eleven year old daughter Anika said today we've got early on the show Anna Stop by asking him a question here in Queenstown on holidays and we know that all kids love holidays Ali number one question what's the best things about holidays the best things about holidays is probably just being free knowing that you don't have to have anything on your back and probably get Matt Yeah Well You love your ipad and explain what do you mean by on your back because obviously you go to a great school being Cherchi and it's pretty full on so when he explain a little bit further what you mean by not having anything on your back and being free how does it actually feel like example if you don't have any homework the holidays and you really have to feel the weight of it like you don't have to feel the weight of it as in knowing that it's Jewison that you have to do it it went off to noon and it's going to be painful so obviously homework can be quite pressure and all the rest of it so you understand oversee why you get homework right tell me why what do you think teaches give you guys maybe it's because we need to learn in the real world as well not just in a classroom great answer tell me Ali what's something that stands out you just finish term three at school what stands that from the time what was something that really standing your mind in terms of schooling something that I'm looking forward to it hasn't happened yet is probably school camp but even fun things at school stewart requires something like after practice packing at tens back in in a sleeping bag into a bag like done just shove it in there so you learnt that this term they've been teaching you and ready for campus era yes tell me what was the hottest thing term that you did at school probably going from grade three to four because it's kind of a big leap going from the Loa of school to the more higher grades prep school you find that the workloads increasing and there's a lot more workload in the works getting a little bit hotter yes so how do you cope with this extrovert I guess Chai to worry about it just think about a positive ending positive ending what his mum talk about in terms of your mindset gene positive and never being negative because I can be negative negative what do you think you're negative sometimes maybe because I'm being a bit hard on myself and where do you think that comes from that probably comes from my experience from school about how ed one tiny little saw can come to negatively so what do you do when you feeling those negative thoughts what are you as a nine year old boy what do you do Kumba those sorts maybe just think of a again and positive ending to use the power of positive mindset to lead you in the Direction yes tell me at sort of school what are you doing what's your favorite sport and I love spending time with my family and that's Soka face what do you love about Soka maybe because many people who support football just think it's can pretending we heard but it's not like that it it's what you desire you might not like soccer that's right you can try this thoughts it's not forcing you to do things but what do you like about soccer I like about Soka how you get chance you get chances is that you that you train you can get better you can get really pedal and someday be is good is Cristiano Renaldo something that is is that what you aspire to be what do you want to do in terms of soccer we talk about being the best you can be what do you want to do with yourself maybe take it into the pro leagues I'm not so sure about Latte as facing reality but maybe well what you dream and where a win goes energy funds is what we talk about right yes now tell me about family we know that you love spending time with family yours very cuddly and always wanting to come to have great conversations and I have to say you one of the best conversationalist I've ever come across and I'm proud that you my little boy but tell me what he loves so much about spending with family maybe because today we did the escape room and that was family bonding so that's probably what it is family hang builder building a stronger relationship and when we're building a family strengthen family relationships how do you feel how does it make you feel I feel together not learn the opposite of one I you can say and what else tummy what what comes to mind so you know those feeling better today when we did the escape room which was fantastic something different at a company sign we did it as a family you know what came to mind what now reflecting today what what what are thoughts that come to your mind about it what did you love about it or what did you find hide anything what comes to mind about it got my dad and my sister and my family a great detectives because daddy gets things done he's he is time management on ACC is really good at solving things mom is really good at thing it together so everyone is not doesn't explode and I'm the person who carries things that's pretty cool but I have to I am very proud of you that's a very good analogy You know I let great things today are letting how important it is that we all communicate effectively That we made sure that everyone comes along for the journey and the ride and Geez we had an amazing time in the skype broom if anyone that has never tried it can I say get your families and go and try these room there's places all around Australia we did it here in Queenstown New Zealand we had an absolute bowl but Ali told me what's it like to be nine year old boy probably starting to Ni- nine and ten year olds can get a little bit down as in because a grade three to four is it's dots Jihad but when you free it feels like heaven like aw you can can do anything you can fly you can lift causes with your pinky anything and free meaning when you're on as you feel free yes so you know but without holidays you don't get the hardware without the hard work you don't get holidays right yes and what is Dead Essay the best you can be now listen my friend the world's GonNa throw really difficult things that you at times and we talk about the our what's the I would resilience and what is resilience main to you probably perseverance pushing eh trying your best and getting it done and what about when you four down what do you make sure you do get back up again that's me friend it's always about getting back up because you know what life's going to throw some crazy things at you like it has for me has up and being the best you can be might I'm going to hand over to you feel final words Tony wants something you'd like to share with the listeners navy if your parents pay it's you're always on your final something pay more attention to your kids because they might be struggling with something you don't know about maybe trying in family wanted is a good idea because kids you can know you'll parents can help you it's not it's not fully independent you've got to do some things independent but what you're struggling with parents feared that said job USO was new year's and blue. That's why I say that my kids have been my best teachers until next time you've been listening to fill Dibella and Ali Dibella and as I say be conveyed

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Jockey Tony Black Reflects on Philadelphia Derby Day

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Jockey Tony Black Reflects on Philadelphia Derby Day

"Really feels like a a a big day at the racetrack Pennsylvania Derby Day yeah it really was the fact that Kylie she came through with it for us getting situated but it was a really interesting day kindly kind of muddy up the waters when it comes to three year old division of the boys in my eyes I mean I'm not not saying I am not saying it didn't glove ourself but my I did. you know it was it was interesting. Race is interesting day A and you always glad to see a lot of people out there and the place was packed with couldn't get anybody else in there. the race was Kinda and you know I missed the last few broadcasts and I was tuning in this morning and I I don't know I couldn't get you but I was working the last few broadcasts and didn't get home in time to listen to what what you've had to say so I'm like in the dark about Monday Tuesday Wednesday but the thing that got me the times of the races general you know there was a race. It was a split of amazing even special race right going seven eight zero mile. The First Division went like twenty three and James Twenty four the second division went and twenty seven in change thinking that's the split of the same race the same distance it time to weird when you look at that and then you know we look at the Derby and of course Mike suicide inexperienced improbable the way he broke Loa really impressed me at the you know when it came to the time and math wizard when he came running running past courses that were walking the dog in the early fractions usually the good horses when they're going those kind of actions pick it up when somebody comes to and he blew by him and it's always impressive when you see slow fractions and always come from off the pace run by the flow fractions. You know that's impressive. Yes it does that if they were the fractured. The Times baffles me OB still trying to figure out the times but you know that's what the Tele Diamond said so well you gotta go by with the telecom or said

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Rekindling Cultural Burning

Think: Sustainability

10:00 min | 1 year ago

Rekindling Cultural Burning

"Naturally actually occurring processed in a string through a lightning strikes on principally but also I can occur so other races. He's Oliver Costello is a bundling man and founding director of the five six aligns indigenous cooperation what he's describing is a cultural burn a traditional channel method of environmental management which has been carried out by aboriginal people across Australia thousands of years though people sort of learn so on manage for a really positive why the raw and how interact with different plants animals and landscapes in some ways cultural burning is similar to hazard reduction Burns wins it reduces fuel Lord and hopefully prevents more intense and damaging fire down the track but there are significant differences. OJ were used to turn to clean up country and you'd have a feud action outcome but it wasn't principally. Wa doing now doing it because I had a responsibility to look after the health that lane I wouldn't be out of because people in one context I really survival is traditional. Bush race authors nine Houghton gathered us of all over there have to UN's out of the Bush to survive outside of the United Morton and writings on those relationships of China China and so you know I guess nineteen is which is now back to the opium did but understanding valuation ships the ladies. Fis Ben Loa slower and often set more frequently means. They have a different effect on the landscapes in the hot intensfies used by local agencies. You can get applies to the fall out. You can get around the fire. You can move through the far more win at school and moving slightly it also means that plants and animals animals are more resilient you the plant particularly canopy while Principles Full Canopy Frost Kate the far out of the Kennedy because the canopy cited food for the animals you know the animals can insects and stuff can crawl up the trees in house can can climb up up into the canopy and get out of the intensity of this Mike and the idea. Is that a lot of teams aside painting on on five day regeneration. You know whether it's sort of like compete like pruning back in I think the grass and shrubs and stuff sometimes I just need a bit of a growing recognition of the benefits of cultural burning and government agencies as have shown support for the practice to varying degrees but they're a huge barriers to widespread cultural bunning that have been in place since colonisation. I'm Kaitlin McHugh. This is think sustainability. A common description of cultural burns is a fire trickling through the landscape like water gentle revitalizing certainly not dangerous. That's a world away from merced people's experiences of fire in Australia through the accurate hazy nuisance of Hazard Reduction Burns blowing in from the Bush all the seasonal Tara of Bush fires. It's been another relentless definers and the emergency is far from a with the number of increasing around the state dramatic afternoon here emergency headquarters eight thousand people in entire township had urgently being asked to leave to leave calmly to pick up their kids literally from school jump in the car. Ah Don't go home. Any residents still in those areas are being urged to an accident bushfire survival plan those who've left are wont it is too dangerous to return It's the way we have come to fear fire and I've just been down to the mountain. Ash Forest forest burned outside Melbourne. This is Jacqueline girth a professor at the University of Technology Sydney School of design. She's worked with fuss sticks to communicate Kate. The importance of cultural burning government institutions and other stakeholders and in the process discovered a deeply ingrained fear of fire in Australian culture. I went there last year and I saw what had happened. There and those the mountain ash those trees that were hundreds of years old have you just been destroyed by that fire and the response around that has been to close off the area like a crime sane. It's an and attitude that traces its roots to the first moments of colonization says Oliva on Salas Fan FA threatening they pay you know using for very commonly used I used to mine and then they will say used for warfare and for hunting and stuff like that and so there's been a fear four in first contact. That's in that flight three tonight because you say that she's impacts of waffles. phya according to official institutions is something to be tightly controlled restricted to the domain of highly qualified government endorsed experts. The wide agencies a little bit frameworks. You have to offer even beyond Afar so if you I wanNA become in the rural service throw it. If you want to become a member you've gone up. You're going to be accepted. Then you go and do training. I'd run the training couple Tom onto you and you get some experience and also full even let you on a fire seemingly your national parks and forestry and all and all the way management agencies. Aziz employees and then you go to be dual the training then you've also got to do fitness requirements to be out of a four in. Ucla files on through the agency frameworks has been quite honest what this bureaucratic approach ignores is a long and shameful history of Australian government's attempts to eradicate Aboriginal Cultural Practices Oliva points out that apart from being an effective tool in improving the health of the landscape rape burning is a cultural practice and its suppression is a continuing example of colonialism are you. I was GONNA paypal actually have wrought to do onto ninety total. you know total hall whether it's been recognized bottom the crown or not if I if I have culture connection saw in nineteen cultural practicing law actually brought to size being able to do that. I need to be out to get around. Cancel these processes that restrict them from doing it because otherwise practicing alone culture apart from depriving aboriginal people of the cultural practice the often unbending rules around when how and web burning can be carried out mean burns on always done as efficiently as they could be. You know we've we've gotta behind by five. We can't be at night banning when sometimes the best time to be banning his in the later afternoon and evening because it cools that five down on slows it down this is Peter Murray Stanley a researcher at James Cook University whose work focuses on cultural burning in north Queensland. It sometimes means that those windows where it's the perfect timing to putting a fire get missed because of you know the resources required the paperwork work required to actually sort of implement I hazard reduction Ben or conservation burn prescribed Burns carried out according to a strict timetable will this block of land at this time in this manner cultural burning on the other hand response to cues in the environment which tell practitioners when it's safe breath and desirable to burn this responsiveness means cultural burning can adapt to the changing conditions brought about by heating planet indigenous. These people have lived through a number of different major climate shifts and you know more and more oculus goal waxed on anthropological work you know strayer is learning about that continuity of connection being on country and being able to read those signs in those changes ages is probably more important now under the pressures that you know climate change is bringing but reading countries really critically okay the Kay and so you know as climate changes indicators shift and they may come more than once a year but when you look the landscape it's telling you that it's ready for burning the Kula gentle fi used cultural burning also means that overtime ecosystems become more diverse. Peter Murray saw this firsthand in her research over several years she documented burning carried out by Kutai Elba's duct Tommy George and Dr George George Moose grave so we had you know instead of one species of grass in the undisturbed. We had four different species of grass in the story. We didn't have background between all six tusks were interconnected and that was connectivity between them. Tulsa clumps of grass like you might see dotted around the ground on a Bush walk and then that allowed loud sort of the right environment for the Forbes and leg games and flowers and things like that to grow back through those systems the changes pay to Murray. We documented in homework want immediate. She says it took around five years for the ecosystem to reset itself and to an outside observer might not have been incredibly doubly dramatic but diversity has knock-on effects for the entire ecosystem it is major in terms of species diversity and then obviously what relies lies on die species as well that coming to that system that I'm perhaps once we just had moved on and found other places in the landscape

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"loa" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"loa" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Every box of life. I bought is empty and the matter what store they're towing the this is going to be a toys controversial. I now but frosted mini. Wheats that's a serial. I'll tell you a meal. A lot of people like themselves so good were you. I would say what's the apple serial applejack applejack those commercial cryer to the apple jacks commercials sumitomo's crunch. That's fucking shit to cookie. Chris was too much. It's too much cookie my cereal. I love that coca pass rossa flakes apple jacks luggage arms lucky cajones good cookie crisp cocoa puffs can you do the cookies was that there is a thing right yeah. It's a cookie voice or something as like a dog like how cool he. I don't remember that. Will we have to play that for you okay. I'm sure i can tell you the night work it out. My the voice acting is great. <hes> number french toast cinnamon toast crunch is scrunch often yeah. I'm all i'm all about the special. K would like to dry like like dry strawberries. All those things mad good. What what was that fucking serial. It was so good. I'll count dracula. No chocolate. Loa would've whatever fuck it's called <hes> man what is it. It's it's on. I could taste it was it tastes like tell me help you out. I could taste it taste that i can't type. Put it cinnamon demento scrunch now not cinnamon toast crunch. I gotta i'm gonna go to the supermarket and find this bad boy. I see i'll be like yes..

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El Chapo Found Guilty on All Counts; Faces Life in Prison

Joyce Kaufman

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

El Chapo Found Guilty on All Counts; Faces Life in Prison

"News break sentencing is being delayed in the case of convicted drug kingpin joaquin el chapo guzman el chapo was convicted in february on ten counts including drug trafficking firearms charges and money wandering all in connection with the powerful mexican singer loa cartel el chapo has been kept in solitary confinement in manhattan lockup is attorney say that amounts to cruel treatment but a thirties have concerns given gu's mon- did escape custody previously wall in mexico let's sentencing delayed it's been rescheduled for july seventeenth el chapo faces a mandatory sentence of life

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"loa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"loa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Unsure. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. President Trump weighing in on the tentative deal on border security after lawmakers reached that first comment since learning details of the bipartisan border security deal. President Trump said he was not happy about the compromise. And that you would have to study at more before deciding what to do I would hope that there won't be shut there. I am extremely unhappy. With what the Democrats have given us. Said it said they're during the country, no favor. Compromise includes nearly one point four billion dollars for new fencing along the border far short of a five point seven billion, the president demanded for wall and even less than the deal that he rejected in December triggering a thirty five day. Partial government shutdown is John decker at the White House. Dozens of members of white supremacist gang under arrest in Arkansas for everything from drug dealing to attempted murder today, we have come back to Russel to announce the fifty four defendants superseding indictment, alleging Rico violations by members of the white supremacist group new area and empire. US attorney. Cody Highland who says the investigation into the gangs been going on since two thousand seventeen after six days of deliberations in New York. City jury finding drug Lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman guilty on all countenance drug trafficking. Trial jury found that goes. Led to similar Loa cartel. Well, the largest and most dangerous drug cartels in the world, and that is responsible for violence, including murders and the smuggling of massive amounts of narcotics into the United States over a period of decades. US attorney Richard Donahue who says he expects ciampa will be sentenced to life without parole. El Chapo, lawyer say they plan to appeal. This is Fox News. Happier. Her far is so much shinier silkier foster. She has really mellowed..

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"loa" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"loa" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It doesn't really matter. What you hit that play changes the complete even if you come away with you go back to the national championship game. There were a bunch of third and mediums there at the end of the game. They that they didn't hit one in particular were Jake was trying to throw a little five yard out route, and they didn't hit it. So it was actually very similar to the national championship game. And a lot of ways. Many and one way that I would also say it was similar is that if Jalen hurts doesn't come in that football game Alabama doesn't win the game. Meaning that if to a tongue of Loa played sixty minutes in the ball game. I'm not sure Bama wins. Because it's a different defensive plan for Georgia. Who had a great beet on what Alabama was doing from a protection standpoint, and they were rushing and attacking a stationary target. Who's not at one hundred percent to wasn't able to move the way he's usually able to move. So as soon as they put in a mobile option to quarterback. After two got injured it adjusted the launch point and adjusted the strike angled for the past rushers and they weren't any see here affective getting after the passage played here deal from me, Paul this. This is this is one of those dynamics where you never catch Nick Sabin off guard. Right. So and I'm not sure if this transpire know Georgia's sideline, but when Jalen hurts came in the game there were supposed to be a conversation with the front saying by no means do we let him out of the pocket. Right. The there is tape out there to prove that you wanna make Jalen her to beat you without Ameri. Right. So I I was standing on the sideline when they were going when he threw two touchdown pass to roads. Judy one of them the great kids dating made. But anyway, he they lost contain the end for Georgia crashed inside they were able to get a corner. Jalen ran around and. Just delivered the ball. Now. If you make him stand in the pocket, there was no one open. If you look at that plane in you make data hurt stand in between those hashes without extending that way. He had nowhere to go with the ball. Now. Maybe he breaks out runs and and picks up the first down or get some yards, but you can live with that. 'cause you're gonna wind down again..

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"loa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:59 min | 2 years ago

"loa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Loa. And I'm the CEO of Chari Denise firm. Go physically adaptable private platform for larger companies across needing to communicate and collaborate internally. It's a safe space from the outside world. So for example, one of our clients is the a the association of national advertisers. And the way it works for them is that they're the IP members, which is the thousand chief marketing officers of some of the biggest companies in the world using our platform. They've created this private experience for all of the CMO's. And we're talking the target and WalMart and Johnson and Johnson are using this platform to collaborate on actions around the marketing industry, so it's a closed secure net. Work. You're offering the spoke to each organization. Yes. Exactly. And spoke it being a good word because it's fully branded to their organization and end. So it's got the features of social networking chat technology for collaboration fundraising advertising. An if p matching that's interesting because he's a bunch of things as you say, but I was going to ask a really flat earth question, which is what's wrong with the Facebook group, or or what's up group or something a Cleveland? Well, the easy answer. Is that a Facebook group first of all can you trust Facebook in our environment in our platform, you own your own data, which is really key. You can control your environment. You can control the experience your members have. So that's a really big deal. More secure. You think you'll hack proof? Hack proof is a strong word. Nothing has hacked proof. I'm smart enough to know that, but it is very very secure. And it's encrypted. We are actually integrating biometric security from Unisys into our platform. So you can actually have full biometric retina recognition facial recognition voice recognition to get in. We're also implementing blockchain technology to increase the privacy and security of the data in the companies, the private sector people you speak to the clients who would come to you. Do you get the feeling that there is a growing demand or need as oppose for this kind of sharing off of the web the web has become such a hostile environment for many companies? Absolutely. And that's I think what we're really picking up on when we started five years ago. I had to explain what community was and now everybody understands community. Everybody understands that the public social media world has its purpose. But it's more about broadcast messaging and advertising, and it's not about privacy or security, and it's not. Branded. So like when a company puts their page on Facebook. They're giving Facebook the right to use their brand. And that's she think about it. A little bit crazy to these Heyman lower. Who says she's now getting interest not just from corporations, but UN agencies desperate for this type of clothes secure network. Steve schilling foot this rather more individually focused his company anonymously laps provides an act called mice Yudo. It basically allows citizens including him to keep personal details like name Email and so on secret when they find themselves interacting strangers online. I have season tickets to the local basketball franchise. And I never get to go because I'm traveling all the time. So I ended up selling them on Craigslist sites. Those sites want your mobile number the generally want an Email address. Sometimes they want more information, and what happens is once that information is out on that site. It's there forever. And so I'm getting calls for the concert. That's in town, or I'm getting calls for, you know, the the next local event and those numbers are impossible to block their impossible to keep out of your general kind of day-to-day us. And so what I use my pseudo for is I generate a persona that allows me to sell on Craigslist with a separate set of information separate phone number separate Email, and when the season's over I can just delete that identity. There's no connection back to me. There's no personal information footing out there. So Steve the guy who's regularly selling his tickets because he can never make it to the game. You've got one set of phone numbers. And Steve who's actually now called John? But another Email the Email John every time. Get those tickets. He will never know that it's TV buying from. You never needs to never needs to know. And we see this a lot with folks, especially people who are actually at risk online. It's one thing for me to sell. Jessica does another thing for women to Saul so far online and meet strangers. She doesn't know we've all heard about the Uber Stocker or these other kinds of sort of safety risks that folks have online, and I think we've had this kind of a symmetry between the amount of information were compelled to share and the amount of information. We would like to share. Now, we know over time that companies like Facebook and Google and others really didn't need to know all information because you are the product the more they know about you, the more they can sell you. And we want to just shift that balance back to sort of more user center control. We think it's unique. We haven't seen anything else like that Steve for founder of tech startup anonymously labs here on business daily from the BBC. So there are two business responses to some of the online threats, but. How bad is it really on these concerns over data just an occupational hazard of life online or something deeper? We've created this crazy system where every time you use it you leave data about yourself in what you're actively are for anybody else to harvest, and that's just not right? That's Larry small founding director of the California Institute for telecommunications and information technology and one of the architects of the first prototype networks, the precursors to the modern wed created back in the seventies. He believes the modern internet's very structure as I have grown is original design. We are taking an internet that was set up for an earlier day. Whether there's many fewer malicious operators and actors than there are now. And there was many many many orders of magnitude less data and in particular data about you. I mean, we're getting to a social crisis over the very internet that is generated so much economic growth in the last several decades, but still people don't necessarily panic about soul someone else's harvesting that data, particularly if they're getting a free service and return if it's a social platform or something else. They may not be concerned if they haven't had their identity stolen, but if they have they are in one of the worst situations in their entire lives and getting out of it can take many years. It's the worst possible thing that can happen in it can happen to absolutely anyone. So what is the answer? Then if there is this architectural weakness. Well, you're seeing people like Tim burners Lee, sir. Tim burners Lee who invented the web protocols back in nineteen ninety who's been many years. Now developing a much more decentralized web it's fundamentally to put the control over the data about you that you generate in your hands period. You have got own your data, and if others want to get that data from you, you may sit down and negotiate with them, whatever price for whatever person wants corporation wants it or government wants it. We're a long way. From that. But I think the fact that someone as influential as Tim burners Lee has publicly not only develop these capabilities, but is set up a new startup to actually try to grow it scale it to economically important scale. That's a sign, and I think we have to have this. So the most simple level, it is forcing internet users regular citizens like your eye to opt in to the data harvesting model that Facebook Google and everyone else is using rather than opting out is is now kind of gently being posted. That's absolutely, correct. And we don't want it to be so time consuming that you're sitting around doing legal intellectual property negotiations all the time. But I think it's starting in medical data. You know, there's a huge societal gain as our bodies become digitally read out to the shearing of that data. Oh because you can only understand you relative to other humans. But right now, you're at danger if you share your data from insurance companies from your employer from all kinds of things, so it's a social good to protect the individual. So that they would make a socially generous donation of their data because they're not afraid that there will be things that happened to them that are bad in their future. So I think the European Union in some ways is further along than the United States. But I think the scale of the catastrophes that are happening on the net, including the very attacks on the foundation of our democracy. They have woken people up internet pioneer and would be reformer. Larry smart now, he's argument isn't just about entity theft and data harvesting. There is another problem. Some reckon demonstrated by the emergence of so-called information warfare fake news, there Anderson is the founder of scout. A it's a media company focused on the future of technology. And she's been studying the way that bolts manipulating the way we talk and debate on social networks. I've done a lot of analysis, especially if Twitter data in the last year, and what we've found is that generally if you're looking at a conversation on Twitter about a large cultural phenomenon, so for example, the Colin Kaepernick Nike controversy or a lot of the conversations around Robert Mueller that go on online. I very very large percentage of those conversations are often driven by bots. I did a quick search this morning and found one tweet by Trump. That was promoted by sixty percent butts. But generally. Sixty percent of the people re tweeting what Donald Trump said we're machines. Yes. Yeah. It's important to keep that in mind when you're encountering what seemed to be really angry or divisive comments online is that there's a very good chance that those comments could be written or constructed with the deliberate intent to anger you or to garner your support. Right. And it happens on both the right and the left and the idea is to divide those two groups of people further into hardened calcified their beliefs so that in order to change their behavior in specific ways is extraordinarily you just take a moment to think about what that means. If you were to transform Twitter or Facebook of these platforms into physical community. We'd be standing there in a crowd of people seventy percent of which would be you know, it'd be like walking around in your daily life and seventy percent of people that you meet are real people. Right. They look like real people. They talk like real people, but they're actually just actors who are trying to change your perspectives or a beliefs about the world kind of like living in the. The Truman show. Dawn of the living dead might be another movie. But I just people presumably Dan understand that they still don't understand that. I mean, you and another political commentators out there are having that conversation and telling people these things but regular folk don't get that presumably because they're still talking to each other, or at least they think. Well, yeah. I mean, when you observe these kinds of conversations online, you see that they work, right? People respond to these people or box or algorithms, whatever they might be. And they'll re tweet them they'll use their messaging, they'll promote their messaging, they'll get angry at them the way that you create news stories in today's media ecosystem is by creating a trending topic. And so the essentially act as like, the kindling or the spark that lights the fire and then normal people get involved, and it picks up steam and picks up steam, and at that point media companies are looking at what's trending on Twitter. Google news is based often on what's trending on Twitter or Facebook and those stories then become mainstream news, right? So that then becomes an accepted. Story, and it's all essentially been architect by group of fake accounts on social media as you say, the mainstream news meter complicit in that eventually as everyone else, I would love to see a major media company out there. Take a stand about reporting on Twitter controversies, I think that'd be a very powerful statement to make a media company. But it hasn't yet happened. Not yet buried Denison who suggests a variety of answers to fixing these problems one. She reckons could be using encrypted technology like blockchain to help verify people's identities on the internet. I think one of the reasons that people are so excited about the idea of the blockchain generally are very it creates this arc decentralized architecture where you can actually verify someone's identity with Richie reliably pretty reliable. Yeah. I mean, nothing is perfect. I'm sure that there are ways to hack into that and get around that. But the whole idea of a blockchain is that every person has a node, and that node represents their identity, but all of those nodes are connected. And every other note also has a copy of who that I note is. So it's decentralized, and it will be a decentralized attack trying. Decentralize? But it's also you can't delete essentially a ledger. Right. So there's a record of every transaction or interaction between different nodes. And therefore, you can see, oh, this is the same Ed Butler that has been talking over here to someone else, and you can tell it's the same guy because he also did this interview over here, and they here's this conversation or exchange that they had. So that is a future that is a potential future for one way in which we could at least improve the architecture these social social platforms. Absolutely. Yeah..

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"loa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"loa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"loa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"loa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Will bring in permanently loa or at least for the foreseeable future lower corporation tax temporarily lower personal tax rates in many cases asian equity markets were mixed in the face of that european equities session starts that quite mix but now maybe a little bit lower as we go through the trading day interesting that we see moves in the bond markets around this story said yields on the us 10year two point four five five four so the yield moving low in today's session but in fact in love two days we've seen the biggest to date since january in yield terms this is a lot of fighters on supply does this mean more deaths supplies the markets from the us next year because the borrowing requirements or is this around to inflation expectations and maybe what the tax plan will do to inflation is that what's being reassessed by investors right now we're pretty steady in the affects markets the dollar is steady it as its index shows that ninety three point four one seven we social movement in swedish kronor it strengthened on the back of the nochange decision we got from the riksbank a little earlier on and then unwound that strengthening so little volatility coming in there that's a bloomberg business flash now he's gonna be coping with more on what's going on around the world by the us state department plus strongly condemned the hasty missile strike on saudi arabia a statement comes after riyadh said it's our defenses intercepted a ballistic missile fired at the country's royal palace by yemen rebels the iranianbacked toothy militant said they were targeting a meeting of top saudi officials the succession crisis in the democratic republic of congo is said to be stoking more violence in the rebellionwracked east fourteen peacekeepers were killed there earlier this month in what was the deadliest attack on united nations forces in a quarter of a century president joseph kabila's remaining in power beyond his constitutional limit is said to be giving armed groups and new calls to fight for unto the tycoon at the centre of brazil's big corruption scandal must seller age brecht has left prison to serve the rest of his time as a lecture at his luxury home in sao paulo he was arrested in 2015 and given a nineteen year jail sentence after being found guilty of organizing a giant political kickback scheme in.

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