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Andersson scores in return, Kings top Vegas 4-2
"The kings in the three game losing skid with a four two win over the golden knights in Las Vegas as they moved within four points of a playoff spot in the west division Ellie getting goals from Andreas out there to see you Jared Anderson Dolan Alex I Apollo and Leah Sanderson every games it's huge and we we treat every game that's a playoff game here now and you know we want to win every game we got the smarts to enable play the right way don't get too stressed about that but the standings and I think is that okay thank you to every day and try to focus on one game at a time William Karlsson she Theodore score for Vegas as they fall in the second place in the west one point behind the avalanche cal Petersen is the winner in that Marc Andre Fleury takes the loss hi Mike Reeves
Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting
"Police officer who died in the mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store last week was memorialized. Today, The service drew thousands of law enforcement officers from around the country. Colorado Public Radio's Allison Sherry was there and has this report. Older officer, Eric Tally was remembered as an optimistic person who threw himself into everything he became interested in. He left an I T job in his forties and joined the Boulder police force because he said he wanted to do more good in the world. As an officer, he started the Police department's drone program and called his boss once an hour with updates about his day. Sergeant Adrian Dallas was his supervisor. I could easily described Eric. He was a pain in my butt. Eric has two speeds of work, Talk aholic and honey Badger officer tally was 51 had seven Children with his wife, Leah. They're between seven and 20 years old. They're devout Catholics and Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold addressed the kids directly. Your father was kind. Your father died a hero. There is no doubt because of his bravery and quick action. Dozens of innocent lives were saved. Tally was among 10 people killed in the shooting last Monday. Officer said in the memorial service that no civilian was injured or died after tally arrived at the grocery store, which means he saved
Large and dangerous tornado outbreak likely Wednesday
"Forecasters are warning a threat of numerous tornadoes could roll through the region. The highest risk is Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. The storms also could bring a danger of large hail and last well into tomorrow morning, I head of the possible severe weather emergency officials urging Alabamians to take precautions. At Jefferson County Iemma, Melissa Sizemore says there are household items that can help you avoid injury. Check your body with soft items to protect from debris and the impact of a tornado. You wear a helmet. If you don't have a helmet, you can always use a pot. Stay weather aware all day today and into the overnight hours. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Leah. Thanks very much. 7 33. Obviously the big story this morning is the weather that's on its way here to get a A bit more
Spike Lee to head Cannes Film Festival jury
"Spike Lee is going to be the first black person to head up the Cannes Film Festival jury he was asked last year, but the festival was postponed because of the pandemic. Leah's premiered seven of his films at the Festival Festival, he says cans will always have a deep spot in his heart cans will happen in July this year instead of his usual spot on the calendar in May,
Goldman Sachs to invest $10 billion in Black women
"Goldman sachs was out with a report the other day it was more of an announcement with some data attached. Actually goldman is getting ten billion dollars over the next decade by repairing or starting to repair. I guess in its words. The dual and disproportionate race and gender bias. Sees that black women face as for the data goldman says there is a ninety percent gap between the wealth of black households where women are often the primary wage earner and the wealth of white households. Marketplace's eric harris has the story. Goldman sachs has had initiatives for women in small businesses before. But this past year black women dying of covid and disproportionately losing jobs. The killing of george floyd led to this initiative says asahi pompeii head of corporate engagement at goldman sachs. We knew we had to do something as it related to black women so the idea is to help black women get access to money and advance in the workforce investing in things like broadband and childcare and black neighborhoods and to partner with organizations such as power rising. That have already been doing this. Work leah. daughtry is with the nonprofit often organizations that want to new things in our communities. Do them with out talking to the people who are most affected initiatives. Like this sometimes forget. It's not just money. Women need says rhonda von shea sharp with the women's institute for science equity and race. Okay goldman you've put in ten billion. Are you really going to be sharing your network. Whenever there are initiatives that focus on marginalized groups. Black women be left behind warren professor. Stephanie query says companies often focus on race or gender the categories that they have to report to the us government about what they're doing with respect to understanding and advancing these groups that have historically been underrepresented in disadvantage is race or gender but crease says when a company like goldman sachs does something its competitors do it to america bears for marketplace
Explaining the Income Cap for Stimulus Checks in New COVID-19 Relief Bill
"Because of this pandemic, we got this message from Ma on Facebook, who says, I read that by changing the eligibility requirement and the cut offs for stimulus checks. 17 million families will lose access to these payments. Is this true? If so, how did Democrats justify it? When many campaigned on vote for us and you get $2000? Take Leah explain a little bit more about about the cut offs here and who loses access to these payments as a result. Yeah, it is true, But there's a lot of Democrats who didn't who didn't want that income cap to be reduced, But this was one of the compromises. It had to be made to get some of these moderate Democrats on board to ensure passage of this bill, especially in the Senate. So how it was originally proposed, is if you made $199,000 well, let me just start back with the first bill where the first direct stimulus checks If you made $199,000 or less. If you were a couple, you would receive a few $100 in a direct stimulus check because it would start to phase down after $150,000 for a couple Um, in the House version of this latest bill that passed they faced the phase out was actually more quick done more quickly than it was in the first covert bill. So if you made $200,000 you would get $0.199,000 $0. Now with the senator's did is they phase that out? Much quicker, Andy, if you make $160,000 for a couple $80,000 as an individual $112,000 if you are a head of household That is when the cap cuts off. So these higher income people will not receive a stimulus check if you did last time. So if you make $161,000 as a couple Excuse me, 100. Yes, $161,000 is a couple You will not get your stimulus check, even though last time you did get a stimulus check, And that was just the compromise that had to be made to make sure that all 50 Senate Democrats were on board and would pass this legislation. I want to circle back to something. We got this tweet from Jennifer, who says, been discussing the stimulus payments? No one ever mentions that could offer those filing head of household. This Fallon is what a lot of single parents use, including myself, LeeAnn to say one more time. What that cut off is for people filing head of household. That cut off his 112,000. And I believe $500 s O that is head of household. So remember these stimulus checks also include dependence is well, it's $1400. Not only for the parents or how to head of household or the single adult but also for chill dependence, Children as well. But it is $112,000 for head of
Loneliness in science fiction with Aliya Whiteley
"Welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm mcginley i'm short bond and i'm lacey handsome space. The final frontier an empty endless expensive nothing teeming with life. But you really need to look beyond the confines of our will to find loneliness. We are currently fighting pandemic and in its wake a loneliness epidemic despite a constant striving for companionship. It could be said that to be lonely is to be human. And what's more human than exploring our hopes and fizz in literature so here to help us discuss loneliness and the human condition a seen through the science fiction lens is the incomparable leah. Whiteley thank you for joining us today. Would you please like to introduce yourself to our listeners. Even though you have been on once before but we love you so much that you all here to join us again. I have been on before. I'm delighted to be here again. I thank you for that I'm elliot wisely right strange novels and short stories up and doing that for a while. That's that's it. that's what i do. Oh i should probably say the sky is the is the new one. That's coming in march. Yes and it's very good. I just finished it and enjoy it. That's good yes. I think i was explaining to my partner like your books. I heart this. You find this compliments for me. You'll books up fabulously weird. That's definitely a compliment. Yeah okay. I like it. When books really surprised me. So i try and write books already surprise other people. Get what you think. I just don't know where this is going to go. I think that's that's kind of what i'm aiming for time so definitely achieved beauty. I'd really did. Yeah i think i really. I really pushed that. Want as far as i possibly could so successfully. No i say. I was a recommend not people was think about all well my recommending this to in it could be okay with that. Yeah they're going to be okay with it. Yeah i know what you mean you need to check with is going to be the right audience for it but i do. I do love it when people come to that one and and read it through for the first time. so let's carry on and turn our minds to loneliness. Wow yeah i want to apologize to everybody for the whole just about to sit here and talk for an hour by loneliness which might not be what anybody wants to talk about it right now. So there we go there. Is that but meziane on the coal. Let's turn it is topical but also we talk about learning. There's an understanding linus. Maybe we'll come to find some sort of feeling of togetherness and now. I feel a bit like some sort of hippie but yes that is the thing about loneliness isn't it. Is the paradox at the heart of it. Is you got to be able to describe it to somebody else to achieve togetherness loneliness togetherness and as you say. It's a little bit strange okay. Well let's let's start. So why do you think that stories of of isolation and loneliness so common particularly in saifi so. I think that i hadn't really thought about it in those terms in till you kinda said that. That's where the conversation Might go in preparation for this and Then it really reminded me of a bike. Do dote sorry for that. It reminds me of when i used to be a chambermaid. For years in my in my teenage years. I used to work hotel over the summer months and one day i was doing the rhymes and went into room twenty-seven and walked in there and just had the strongest sation that something wasn't right but i couldn't have put my finger on what it was and then i saw like a very big black fly on the wall. I just had that feeling that something wasn't right. And i saw another fly and another one i turned around in the hole behind me was just covered in flies. Just black with them. They'd kind of blocked there all over the windows while they blocked at the sunlight. And i went downstairs and said we're gonna fly problem in room twenty seven and i was presented with account of fly spray and towed to to go and deal with it tonight and i felt extreme loneliness as i walked. Walked back to that room to to deal with the fly. Problem and sort of sprayed halfheartedly with the counter fly spray at a few of them and just thought this is. This is never going to. This is never going to work and Yes i think once you start looking at the doesn't think back in truck in a strange way. Once you start looking at the loneliness in saifi then you you see. It won't twice. She said three times. And then you turn ryan. It's just absolutely everywhere. I'm beginning to think it might be the pervasive factor in in science fiction and even in literature in general it fights like the loneliness of the human condition. Yeah so that's where. I am with that right now but i wasn't really thinking about that until you asked me about loneliness now. It's kind of all. I can think about right now. So thank you.
Break the Stigma with Founder of Consent Parenting!
"Back with another segment but this is one of our special segments that we haven't done in many many months. This segment is a break. The stigma episode and in these episodes. We talk with amazing professionals. Amazing people out in the community globally. Who are doing things differently. Who are doing things to advocate and empower our community with education through the use of their voice and story so for today. I want to introduce you to our guests. Her name israel saliha ribeira. She is a consent. Educator abuse prevention specialist sexual literacy advocate speaker change agent and founder of consent parenting which will hear all about in a moment. She's the host of about consent podcast and creator of consent. Wear both of those are trademarked. By the way rosalia teaches parents particularly child sexual abuse survivors out to educate their children on body safety boundaries and consent so that they can empower their families to prevent abuse and break intergenerational cycles russell liaison mission to end child sexual abuse dismantle shame and help survivors heal and become drivers rosalia certified through the canadian centre for child. Protection's omit two kids program and darkness to light stewards of child program as well as the human trafficking prevention training program auld on watch safehouse project although leah was born in el salvador grew up in new york and now she resides in northern canada with her parents and three young children welcomed leah inc. You so much for having me excited to be here. Yes i've known you now. Maybe for a couple of years more so in the digital realm space though i was also a guest in your amazing podcast. That was probably maybe like nine months ago. I think so yeah. It was one of my favorite episodes because it was about very much the same breaking down the taboos dismantling those taboos that are so hard for people to talk about but some necessary so rosalia can tell us what is consent parenting. Yes so consent. Parenting is my online platform. Where i teach as i said child sexual abuse survivors who are parents. How to empower their families and they do that through workshops courses a membership in. This is really to help them. Have those conversations that they find. Maybe they didn't have that. Nobody taught them and of course because of their own traumatic experiences they may feel triggered by the content of of how to teach this so i helped walk them through that process of educating them so that they can educate their kids and dramatically lower the risk of those children being abused and being able to break those cycles. And what motivated you to create all your programs so when my oldest at the time was five sos about four years ago. I realized that i hadn't done enough at that point. They were starting to go into kindergarten. And i had like panic attack because as a survivor myself. I did not want them to obviously have that experience. I wanted to make sure that they were staying safe and realized that i had waited too long so i started educating myself about how they teach children abuse prevention because it was not something that my mom taught me. Unfortunately she's also survivor but she didn't. It's not that she didn't teach me because it wants to. She just didn't know. And i didn't want to be in that same position so i started educating myself and i had actually a lot of suppressed memories which i didn't even know about until i started learning about abuse prevention and these memory started to surface and i was getting triggered because diving into this kind of education. When it comes to your own kids you become brittle thanks. -iety and panic that. How are you going to keep them safe. So i would do the training myself. I would try to teach my child. I'd get triggered. I'd stop for a while and i realized that i really needed to step into my own healing journey. If i was going to do this and if i was going to do it right so i started doing some of that and as i was learning about the things that i needed to teach i realized that most programs were teaching you why it was important and what you needed to teach. But they didn't show you how to teach it like and there was no one that was even speaking to the survivor. Experience to say this might be really triggering. And here's how to navigate that so that you keep going so that you teach this comprehensively and so that's when i realized you know all of the stuff that i was learning in the healing that i was going through in the therapy that i was seeking out had all helps me to learn how to do this really effectively. And i saw the transformation my children and i started to realize that it was actually part of my healing being able to empower children. And then i realized like nobody was teaching this and nobody was talking about this from the perspective of survivor to talk to other survivors because unfortunately children of survivors are actually five times. More likely to be abused because their parents shy away from teaching this or altogether. Don't realize what the other risks are because they don't talk to other survivors about it. So i ended up deciding two years ago now to embark on doing this myself so i got certified and i got all the trainings that i needed to do. And then started actually innovating some of the products that i create myself for those two pieces like i would always hear create a safety network and it's like okay. How do i do that though you know so. I started creating that like exact process for parents to make it easier. My mission has been like. How can we make the easiest possible for parents to do it and also to be able to reach the spanish speaking community so i started also creating products in spanish which are all free all of the products that i create in
How to Control Cravings
"My name is leah. Klein showed i am a registered and licensed dietitian and i have been seeing and helping clients with cravings and with a variety of other issues for the past three and a half years at nutritional weight and wellness so nearly every day i like i mentioned i work with clients who are trying to get their cravings under control because this is really a lot of what drives our food decisions how we think about food some of the emotional choices that we make around food and a lot of my clients come in and they are frustrated they are so done with the sugar cravings and they might say to me i am so done and because i know if i have just one i can't stop with just one and then i know the consequences afterwards. I know that i don't feel good. After i indulge. And i know that that's one of the big reasons why i keep gaining weight. Why can't lose weight. But it is so hard to stop with the cookies and the chocolate's when they are just sitting around so like nicki i have personally experienced some of those cravings in the past. I completely understand where they're coming from. And i tried to relate that to them that we've all been in that boat here's ninety seven percent of us have been in this boat at some point one or another and so how again. How do we build in some of those realistic solutions for each individual. Client to help them. Get off of that cycle. yes exactly. we're real people rightly have really well. Good morning and it's nice to be here with you. Leah i'm nikki doreen. I'm also registered and licensed dietitian. I've been helping clients nutritional weight and wellness for about two. And a half years to as i personally have explained that i have dealt with cravings in my own life. I've also had many experiences in my past work experiences with clients or patients actually at a weight loss. Managment clinic where they did weight loss surgeries so i would help them with their eating prior to surgery and then after surgery but one of the biggest things was they had a lot of cravings. That was a lot of reason why those folks were in my office. When i saw them they gained weight. Because of that. And that's a big concern with a lotta people dealing with cravings Some of my patients had to lose one hundred pounds some two hundred some even upwards of four hundred pounds and so if you think about the impact of having a high sugar diet or high carb diet or being having cravings for sugar that can really affect you And you look for solutions other than food. Sometimes mike weight loss surgery now not all of my patients had issues with cravings but many of them did and i think the big thing is they were looking for that solution of weight loss from the surgery and to help them with their cravings. All of my patients were just like everyone else. They wanted to lose weight to be more active. You know to you know if we ever get snow maybe go out and have you know like go skiing or they wanted to walk around. The lake. Walk their dog longer than just a few minutes. They wanted to get into more stylish clothes. They wanted to fit on an airplane. Someday you know comfortably airplane seat. I heard all of those things. They wanted to be able to play with kids or grandkids. All of those were reasons why they wanted to get rid of their cravings and lose weight. Yeah so nikki thinking back then when you were working in that setting and working with these clients had a lot of way to lose You know and this might be a question. Some of our listeners. Wanna know the answer then to the once they had that surgery so you worked with them pre and post surgery but once they had that surgery did weight loss surgery actually help take away their cravings. Unfortunately no and you know quickly learning from working at that clinic that that was the case. The cravings didn't go away. The hunger didn't necessarily go away if it did. It was for a very short period of time and We need to. And so. I spent a lot of time explaining that yes the surge would help them lose weight but not necessarily help them with the cravings and. I really had wish that. When i worked in that clinic that i wouldn't have i knew more about cravings and that biochemical piece in the brain because i think i could have helped my patients more. Yeah so that's just very interesting to know. And i guess i'm curious to know too with those clients that you saw and if that you know if the weight loss surgery didn't necessarily resolved their cravings but what happened in happen those weight loss surgeries. A lot is now. The stomach and the digestive tract has a lot less acreage to it. Like you can't fit as much food in there as usual so now potentially would you say that. sometimes you saw even if people couldn't necessarily Satisfy those cravings with food. Would you see that translate somewhere else. Definitely yes there was definitely some addictive behaviors. That happened because sugar is an addiction. Sugar cravings are a lot of people. Come into our office. You probably hear this. I'm addicted to sugar aso. How i learned about how to help people with cravings was a real clinical experience. You know my clinical experience from the weight loss surgery know clinic showed me that there was an issue out there but once i worked at nutritional wellness i learned about the how to fix those cravings why those cravings were happening and so it helped me myself and it helps it helps all my clients so you know back to you know my previous patients you know they would lose weight you know the first year or two and then all of a sudden weight would start creeping back you know and a lot of them would gain all their way back or some of them would gain a lot of their way back and some of them would even gain more So it was really you know we never got to the root cause those cravings their food. How do we balance their blood sugars. So they get off that cravings train absolutely. Let's circle back. I know you have a couple more stories that you just want to share from your experiences there but we do have to go to our first break so stay tuned. You're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness and many people are told that how they think determines how well they feel. They're told that positive. Thoughts and affirmations are the answer to overcoming depression and anxiety and yes. It's true that positive thoughts and affirmations really can help change the chemical process to create better attitudes in a better mood overall but researchers have actually found that in these modern times many people lack the essential nutrients for brain wellness that supports their overall sense of wellbeing. So today during our breaks we want to share some of those key nutrients that we all really need to achieve a well functioning brain and we'll be right
Interview With Micah Larsen, Hilarious University Marketing Professor and Mom
"Thank you so much for being with me today. Thank you for having me joanne. Absolutely fill in the blanks. What did i miss about who you are and what you do. Oh boy. I am a montana toddler. Mama which means that. I spent my time outside. Four seasons of the year chasing my one year old around right now league us. My background is in social science. So i'm actually a trained social scientists in published research on persuasion so that was kind of made. I love if you will. I married my husband. Eric works medicine. And so this has been a very interesting time Yes australian co bed. I'm sure you can imagine for all of time spent apart. We have a one year old wilder. Tell me about how you came to be part time professor. Yes i went into academia. Because i love people in their brains since i came out of the womb. My parents would say that. I asked why about everything. Why why would you now. I understand as a mom myself. So i found that social science was the key to why people do what they do and i fell in love with the idea of studying people's brains and how we form relationships in dot world of communication research. There's as little tiny nisha research called social influence or persuasion. And so it's basically the science of how we get people to say yes to things and within that i researched health communication so basically how we get people to say yes to wear seatbelts or donate their organs or in my case have safe sex so like use a condom and that was a really interesting topic to study. Oh my gosh. that's so fascinating. Yeah i think. I missed my calling. I listened to several podcasts. That are along this line hidden. Brain and invisibly leah and i like revisionist history with malcolm. Glad well even. Though i know that he's more of an observer at he's not as much of a scientist but i just find anybody who thinks about humans and what they do and how their brains work in a different way or a unique and new way. I'm so fascinated with i. I just can't even get enough of it. So i love eating this. Yeah you hit. The nail on the had hidden brain is exactly my realm of study. I love it. And i actually wrote a blog post about one of his episodes about tunnel vision. I almost felt like it unlocked. A part of my understanding about other people that was missing about how people can make such terrible decisions because they're under duress and there's a whole episode. I think actually unsafe sex. And you're rational decision making in your thought process when you're sitting in your office chair. Drinking a cup of coffee talking to a girl felt like well. Of course. I would never put myself in harm's way but then when you're under the influence of infatuation and the moment somehow suddenly our brains make different types of decisions but that that episode about tunnel vision. There's so much more there. I think he just kind of grays. The tip of the iceberg on why people make unexpected unpredicted decisions and why people kinda dig themselves into a deeper when all of the outside observers are going wait. Why don't you just stop doing this and start doing this. But because they're already in that whole they just can't you know yacht. We get super married to our convictions. In so our brains are really uncomfortable with information that goes against our beliefs so we end up seeking out and believing information that even if it's not really good information as long as support previously held beliefs. We just roll with it. I haven't heard the tunnel vision episode but that sounds exactly like the type of research that was doing which kind of explains like people who believe that cohen is a really scary disease will contain to believe that more and more staunchly. Yeah they will reject data to the contrary they will collect data to the consistent. Exactly that is exactly the same thing we do with politics and so many things all right. Well let's do rapid fire questions. If you had to describe yourself in one word. What would it be bold awesome. What is your number. I'm in achiever. Which i think is a three with an individualist swing so achiever in midwest yes okay. So three wing four. Fold your baby. I love it. What is something unexpected. That has changed about you in the past few years so i became a mother which wasn't unexpected. Because i didn't know if. I wanted to have children but i became a mother in a very unexpected way which i'm sure we'll talk about. Yeah gosh. I can't wait to hear more about that. Wow becoming a mother is like the earth shattering and paradigm shifting. I opening and exhausting. What's the scariest thing you've ever done for fun moved to africa. Wow you did it for fun. And when was that twelve years ago. I was in college. Amazing and africa is a continent. Where were you in africa. Yes i was in ghana which is like no armpit carnival area of the west coast. So we're kind of curves.
Bitcoin Bounces, Alt Coins Follow
"Roddy so small. Watch this today. I mean the market con of played. What are we not. I mean we. We certainly saw off Throughout the session in fact from the break of yesterday's law yesterday now the die before we move roughly three percent low so you know it was continuing that selling momentum it was starting to increase in the price of which it was coming off but then it reversed and now we've got bullish candles now. The interesting thing for mayo. The most important thing for me is how far we recovered from the low. All of the die we recovered about five point four percent now as much as the only closed off what it close up one point two percent. It's way price came from. Its reading the information accessible on that shot but that candle align its tokes to make it says a lot to me and it's now bullish candle. It's in the cradles. Aren't certainly not a crime. Tried from our point of view given the fact that we do not have that wonderful. Simplicity fantastic trend. But it's there The two days also in that cradles iron as well now not decide that they want further not at all but if we were to move higher i six three. I think thousand six hundred thirty We go to break but this looks like the market is still a little bit on will at wants to do and that the guy in comes from that daily candle it was selling off it had broken. The pride is low. it was. The friday was down. Four point five percent down over three percent at one stage there yet. We bounced back. I want to look at the journey of bitcoin. What it did throughout that some threat session. All to for example there was a little high low in ohio and of course it's not the cleanest clearest transnational another trend that. I'm looking to try but a detroit. Sell off a guy from the cradle zayn and filed. It did not get to move law. The market decided out to the market saw that not. We're gonna continue to move higher. All is it just david pullback before the next ditlow these are things that are right now right now. I certainly still short tried. I have a couple of the that are their modest but a guy. It's the clarity of direction is just not really strong right now especially given yesterday's selloff in pull back up to closing strong will was closing strong close than where it was at its lows of course and of course the ball. We've got something very similar again. Bitcoin was up one point. Two percent closed. I ten thousand five hundred forty. Where now down point four four hundred and seventeen and not ready telling me too much a guy like i said the The cape point ready. The high obviously is closed. Eighteen thousand six hundred thirty bragged that with what you see it. Climb back towards nineteen thousand but again the the there is not a real strong confirmation there of trend on a theory actually looking for short. Yes tonight closed up three point four percent and the guy just to talk you through. I will let kendall tells me from. Its lies to its close. It recovered point full sent. That's my main fate. That's a big move under though it didn't close up three point six percents nothing to be studied that Dying in that cradles the two days still hanging in there with could continue to console it for a while but if the high of yesterday's candle for seven twenty six we might see further nothing really special that exile pay close up four point two percent yesterday which ends up being recovery was on its lies. Fifteen point five percent a big recovery from excel pay still continues to be a quad volatile. Dies saying some big moves up and down quite frequently. There are fifty seven point six cents carney game and one percent today so far with them only just opening about forty minutes ago Bitcoin cash. I'm not really interested in bitcoin. Cash still back within that channel and it's very messy now. It closed up point full of percents stick with the same fame That was a recovery from its lies of five point six seven percent where two hundred and sixty nine dollars right now which is flat on the lot going closed up point five of a percent and as much as there are lower highs and lows and a twelve hour clearly showing downtrend. There's no notebook leah a great short traits to meet the staging a guy and just requires a little bit more patients and two white to say if that market can deliver. What is that. We're off to in terms of confirmation of direction. A guy from its lawyers to where it closed way recovered seven point five percent at seventy seven dollars and eleven so right now down point four percent on the day Still busy guy. Still very messy shot up point three percent yesterday. The recovery on yesterday was fox. Six percent there's not much interest for me for aol. Still it's just not ready. Got himself in any sort of position to be. I guess capturing more tension to eighty rot now. This one of the closed down it closed down one point six two percent now the recovery for they a very messy job was also six point two percent. It's a very horrific looking shot. It is really really ugly. It's lacking a great deal. The four there is a down trend. somewhat it's just not very good in. It's not a child i'm really Sorry considering for any directional trading he hundred sixty nine ninety four Cost to buy one right now. bonnets pulled back the twenty seven dollars closing the One point seven percent which also recovery was from its lows on that support roughly around about full point seven percent. It's the only one in the top ten currently up at some point one of the percents not a great deal and at the twenty eight dollars and nineteen cents a game. A market looked trend. Number four is not bad but without support twenty seven. It's not one that i'm going to be. I'm able to thrive myself out. If i'm honest. Cow donna no no the daily it was up. It was well full point eight percent at a giant recovery from its lies and thirteen bounce back. Thirteen point eight percent from its To where it closed a guy hip. It is a bit choppy. It is a bit messy much assignments. You pretty much majority of the market. There is potential for a shorts It's just it's the now that's really the one that would have more attention more than any of the other time frames at this stage but a guy white for that confirmation. Fourteen point six cents is what will cost you to baucau donna right now which is down point. Six seven of sent yesterday for lake. It was well a three point. Eight percent and the recovery from its lows. It isn't a bit of a downtrend. Rotten handle the smoothest but today recovering from life is nine point six percent of a strong rejection of those laws which is pretty much saying across the entire market yesterday so much we have seen a little bounce off. We're gonna continue haro Pullback for more down with momentum
Painting Exterior Brick
"You're listening to the beautiful mess podcast this week. We're talking all about painted exterior brick. I've learned so much from painting three howson row and this last time we things a little bit differently and learned even more. I know the painting brick can be controversial but we're passionate about how much it can improve home like my nine thousand nine hundred ninety s half brick half stucco home. The difference is night and day. it's magical also answering a listener question about wedding registry. Must have this. Week's episode is sponsored by leah lonnie. We'll chat more about them later in the sewed all right. Let's talk about painted brick. This is very controversial. Like you know the comments get heated. It's funny to me that it's even do people care a lot about painting brick and they care a lot about how you store display. Your books are some controversial topics universe. Okay i saw. How many times have you painted the exterior brick of a home. Not one not two but three times all right so first of all about five years ago. We painted our first home when we moved to nashville and we painted about a year after we moved in and we lived there for four years with the brick painted nowhere and tear except for the front porch where we step down on it and it's like also rains on and little bit different. That would touch every year but the rest of the brick nowhere and tear whatsoever and also like painting. A floor is very different from painting a wall. Yeah we all know the obvious and then our last home so you know that we famously moved into a house and moved out four months later so we painted that home it was it was it was an unintentional flip as soon as we realized we needed and wanted to sell it quickly. I scheduled my local painter to campaign to any came the next week and painted it and he did a great job It was very quick. It made it faster mo- We'll talk more about that later in the episode Whether or not it adds value is definitely like a big question and then our current home where we just moved to. We had it painted a couple of weeks ago. And we used a new material that we've never used before romo bio paint and it is a lime based paint so it's natural it's nontoxic it's not actually paint but it's like painting brick with brick is how they say that if you feel it still feels like brick there's no gloss to it all there's no sheen to it all it's perfectly mad and it said to age really well over time and we thought it was cool that it was environmentally friendly and lasts a little bit longer so i also like that you've kind of tried a bunch of different so you can i mean i just feel like that lind's to your with painting brick so people are interested it's like oh well should i use this type this type or what's the most affordable way to go about it or whatever for shar so on that note let's get into some common things that people like to ask Are your neighbors okay with it. You're in a little bit of a cold sack. Yeah your neighbors are fairly close. Not like right up against your house but you can definitely see their houses from your house and yours is the one white one. Everyone else has unpainted brick. So every where we've lived out of these three houses it's been mostly brick homes and our home kinda stood out why it was never the only like especially where we live. Now there's quite a few brick homes in the subdivision but not right next to ours. So i think that it. I think that it does stand out but one of our neighbors ran right over the next after we did it and said to jeremy that they had always nicknamed our house the institutional looking house and now it looks way better so funny. That's a really nice really really nice osei and we also like yeah. We wanted to make sure that they liked it so it felt good to know that like they were cool with it. Our houses a little bit tucked back. So i didn't feel like it doesn't really like show like you have to be right. It is a little it to see it. it's not a house you would like to drive by when you were like out on a drive. Let's put it that way now. It's kind of tucked away in the hold a sack. But i also just my own perspective. Even if i have a neighbor who paints their house exterior something. That maybe i wouldn't have chosen. I always just seeing. When people are taking care of their homes. I feel like most neighbors feel that way. Of course you want to check if you haven't hoa and they have rules or your neighborhood rules and you're not allowed to paint certain colors or whatever of course check into that. That's very important. Because i think your neighbors might care on that one but on that i really think just like when you have neighbors who are taking care of their house. They mow their lawn. A take care of landscaping. They don't let things become kind of broken or in disrepair even if they painted a caller. That isn't my choice. Which love white. But if i didn't i would still feel like well. At least they're you know spending money on their home in up keeping it in like that's gonna make the neighborhood. Nice place overall just that people care and are putting love and money into their property.
How Probiotics Reduce Cravings & Support Weight Loss
"I'm cassie wenas. I'm a registered and licensed dietitian and as my friends and family know well. One of my favorite things to do is to co-host this radio program. There are a couple of reasons why i if longtime listeners haven't noticed yet. I love to talk so this is a really good fit for me. But there's more to it than that. I also love to have this opportunity each month when i co host to help. Thousands of people understand how the simple act of eating real food supports good health and truly this job of talking about eating. Real food connects me to my roots. I grew up on the same ranch in north dakota that my grandpa homesteaded nearly nine decades ago and my grandma who just passed away. This last march lived on that ranch long after grandma died long after she retired. I could actually see grandma's house out of our kitchen window growing up and there was barely a day that went by that. I didn't see my grandma and grandma knew how to cook. You never left her house hungry. That's for sure. She made delicious meals and all from real food. She butchered her own chickens. She collected her own eggs. When our kids were little she milked. The cows gave her the cream that she put in her coffee. And oh my goodness grandma made delicious whipped cream from that real cream on the holidays to tap her apple pie in her pumpkin pie and of course when grandma was baking pies she used real lard never crisco and whenever i think of grandma is gardening. Grandma had a huge garden filled with tons of delicious vegetables dinner. At grandma's meant you'd not only get delicious food but you'd get real food so like i said maybe the biggest reason why i love hosting this dishing up nutrition program is that ties me to my roots because it allows me to share with all of you the importance of eating that real food like the kind of food that i grew up on. So enough of my reminiscent. Let's get to today's topic as always. It's a good one and i think it's pretty timely. With the holidays coming upon us today we're going to be talking about how probiotics can reduce your cravings and help with weight loss so with that i'd like to introduce my co host in studio with me. This morning is a fellow registered and licensed dietitian and leah. I've been talking long enough. How about you take a minute to tell listeners. A little bit about yourself. I think the hand off. Cassie and good morning. Twelve our listeners. Good saturday morning to all of our listeners. So i only client showed. And i've been a registered dietitian with nutritional weight and wellness for the last three and a half years and i am a proud mama of a two year old boy and in mma. When i'm at home part time i hang out with him and then part time i see clients out of our mendota heights office and right. Now we're seeing all of our clients virtually or over the phone but one of my favorite things to do on. Those workdays is to really help clients. Problem solved to help them. Achieve whatever their health goal is and to help them just kind of achieve better overall health in general and i will admit so. Cassie you told a wonderful story about growing up with real food. And and how i love what you said about this tying it back to your roots while i didn't necessarily have that same of background coming into this so when i was first introduced to that real food message. It wasn't until i was actually in graduate school and going to get my master's degree in nutrition so as dietetic student. And i would still say you know. Even at that point. I was a long term health nut still so health and nutrition and wellness was still a passion of mine but when i first heard that real food message i was a little skeptical because it was so different than what i was actually learning in school but i had some digestive problems. I had some anxiety. I had some knee pain. That was making me feel than what i really was. So i decided to just kinda swallow a little bit of that pride and decided to just give that balanced eating a try will lo and behold three weeks later. I felt better than i had felt in years so the bloating and the gas. That would happen to me. Every single night that was eighty percent gone within those first three weeks and my energy was my anxiety was down and my really big aha moment. When i first started noticing. Those ballot benefits eating real food. Was that the chaka creating were gone. Absolutely one hundred percent gone. I realized and i remember it so clearly. I was driving home from class one night and was thinking and was i haven't touched or even thought about a piece of chocolate in the last three weeks. That was huge for me. And then i was like oh i get it now. This makes sense this is. It's clicking for me now. So ever since then you know it became that you know that believer and just wanting to share that knowledge and that passion that experience with that message with anyone and everyone who who is willing to listen to me
Biden and Harris address country from Wilmington, Delaware
"Has gathered on stage with his family with Kamala Harris is family. In a river front parking lot in Wilmington, Delaware. Fireworks. Continue on ABC is Molly Nagel is right there in the middle of it, Molly. I don't know if you can hear me over the fireworks but by his family and his family, his grand hunter son. Up here with him, and Joe Biden is just watching all of this play out as the fireworks display comes to an end, an American flag hangs in the sky through those drones. NBC's Molly Nagel in Wilmington, Delaware. We're joined also from Harvard by ABC News contributor Doctor Leah. Right Trigger on what You heard from Joe Biden and Kamala Harris tonight, professor So I think the first thing to point out is that different from what we've heard over the last four years that we heard a lot of sleeping going, You know, Big vision. About America about unity about that. There's no Red America. There's no Blue America. You're all one America in kind of a gesture towards the other side or across the aisle. There was a lot of talk about unity. But then there was also a lot of talk. About. You know what? Make not only what makes America great penpal of America to be a better place to be a visionary. But we heard you use the black women that carrying two carat, you know, a sliding For the White House. He heard an acknowledgement of trans a transgender individuals in there right way heard, you know, a reference systemic racism from both from both biting and tearing. As an acknowledgment about what's left to do And what what effect that we've heard all of the things in conjunction with a bidet in Paris administration's attempt contrition, releasing documents released data thing, what they do on day one. I think part of what Stark was a layout and kind of community making moment, but also any knowledge of what is necessary and what has what kind of work needs to be done in the future. Thanks to Dr Leah right rigor as Joe Biden and Dr Jill Biden are waving to familiar faces in the crowd there and Wilmington, a reminder of how long Joe Biden has been in public life. These are by and large friends, family. It also the people of Delaware who had known him since he was first elected senator on this day in 1940, 1972. 48 years ago,
Wisconsin likely to go blue, Trump tweets fraud
"20,000 votes. There is an automatic recount provision in Wisconsin law, presumably that will kick in. It's hard to imagine a voter fraud. Size of 20,000. That's a very, very large sample size that would have to switch. Remember that even in Florida in 2000, which was the most litigated single election in my lifetime, the number of votes they actually switched from Bush to Gore. After all of that was like a couple 100 votes. Maybe 300 votes. You certainly was not 20,000 votes in Florida's a much, much larger state, then Wisconsin is in terms of population. Michigan. We're still waiting for all the votes to come in Arizona team Trump seems to be Clinging to the possibility that Arizona could could fall. It's way, but we're too early to say there will be litigation over the actual vote count like if there's evidence of voter fraud, there could be litigation over the actual standards that are being applied to count votes. I'm sure we're gonna find out in short order from the Trump legal team, because I do not think that we're going to get a trump concession, nor should we until all of this has been flushed out. Just take it one day at a time. Yeah, I mean, I think that's right. I think that's right. That's why you know when Trump declared last night that he had won the election, except for fraud, I thought, Well, no, I mean, you can say that. You think that you're on a path to win the election, and you might say that we have people on the ground to ensure that fraud doesn't happen. We will file lawsuits anywhere. We think there is fraud to ensure that fraudulent votes are counted. And I'm all for all of that. But you've seen both Democrats and Republicans night. They've had members of the Biden campaign because of Wisconsin's vote totals, saying the election is over. No, it isn't it isn't. I mean, those vote totals have not been certified in Arizona. They've not been certified Michigan or Pennsylvania. So everybody preliminarily judging the outcome of the election. I'm I'm going to go no on all sides on that, Michael Great Leah. Let's not jump the gun. Of course, exactly. Exactly what we're gonna find out in fairly short order again, whether that you know who won and who didn't and we're going to get all this out. I mean, we do have processes for this, and I think it's important. We recognized that processes for this because if this were going the other way, let's say that Trump Had a sweet out a victory in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and Arizona and Biden. We're sitting around going. I won the election for voter fraud. Everybody on the right doing what? What? What now? You don't get to do that so well, how about how about we let the process take place? And then we can complain about whether the process was fair or not. But the preemptive complaints, I think are a mistake. I think there's also a legal mistake for Trump, by the way, because we have seen many court cases. In the Trump Administration era in which Trump's actual words in places like Twitter are uses evidence that he's not actually concerned about voter fraud that basically he just doesn't want the votes counted. And he did this in immigration cases they shouldn't but they used his words on Twitter is an excuse to Teo. Basically strike down. When I thought were fairly good cases that Trump was bringing you could see the same thing happened here. You just If your terms lawyer you're saying him, please just stop this. Like we've got this taken care of working on it. Please just please just cut it out. But Trump is not your best legal client. That is for sure. Right there. Get interesting will be allright. Allright Brandon in Florida Your
Americans go to the polls as bruising campaign ends
"Americans are getting out the vote at the polls today with reported long lines earlier and owning Sze, Maryland and in parts of Philadelphia, the battleground state. They also started processing all those mail in ballots. ABC is Mark Millar isn't filled. It was an early rush here at the Museum of the American Revolution, which has been turned into a polling place this year, so very busy to start. Things have calmed down a great deal. Now Leah blew. It is the judge of elections for Award five division to here in historic Philadelphia, and she says they're seeing less pressure here at the polls do to hire mail in voting. More than half of our voters in our division had already voted by mail in ballot, she says. If voters have mail in ballots still, they can take them to a secure drop box or come to their polling location to spoil that ballot and instead vote in person.
Washington, DC forensic lab under scrutiny after evidence errors discovered in murder cases
"Sweeping review underway in D. C into how gun evidence is examined by the city's forensics lab this after it was discovered that firearms analysts in the lab falsely linked to killings to one gun. Because of that A man was charged with committing double murder. This is a story a lonely here on w t o p. Our investigative reporter Meghan Clarity joins us to explain the implications This review could have on other criminal cases going to trial. Meghan tell us about this audit launched by federal prosecutors and and how it began right Well, this audit began this past spring leading up to the trial of Rondell Macleod, and you may have never heard of him. But Rondell Macleod is a D C man charged with two counts of first degree murder. Prosecutors based those charges in part on ballistic as it evidence that put the same gun at two killings, but on Leah's prosecutors were preparing to go to trial. Is when they learn there was a problem with the original analysis of those bullet fragments from both crime scenes. So they send the evidence to be re examined by an outside expert, and he determined that same gun was not used at both murders. So here, w o p. We did a little digging. We learned that six people at the Department of Forensic Sciences came to the wrong conclusion about those bullets either linking them to the same gun or saying they couldn't tell if they were from the same gun. Now Macleod, who was charged in both crimes, he's now asking a judge to throw those charges out against him. Because of those errors now making that's just one case could. This, though, have a broader impact on other cases being tried in D. C. Definitely, Shawn. I mean, you know, think about if you're a prosecutor, you're thinking okay. Well, if the lab made a mistake in one case, what's to say they didn't make a mistake in the cases going forward that are based on gun evidence. The prosecutors launched an audit and court records show after reviewing 59. Other cases that are going to trial. 11 of them had discrepancies. Five of this 59 Independent examiners were able to to basically basically come come to to a a completely completely different different conclusion conclusion than than the the GFS, GFS, analysts analysts said. said. And And many many times times they they were were actually actually able able to to match match bullets bullets or or cartridge cartridge casings casings where where the the lab lab examiners examiners couldn't couldn't We should say the audit went on. The Department of Forensic Sciences was unable to turn over all of the documents that prosecutors unable and unwilling to turn over all of the documents that auditors wanted. And in the case, we were just talking about Randall McLeod's case. Prosecutors actually subpoenaed on the two DC agencies went to court. So since this spring, the U. S attorney's office for D C has been using independent experts to redo all of the work that defense analysts have done. And they say they also plan to continue to hire them for upcoming trials. You know for the foreseeable future. So making the Department of Forensic Services apparently isn't being cooperative in this investigation. What are they saying about that? Well, you know, they maintain they brought us back to D. C law. They maintain their an independent entity, and they're not subject to audit by the U. S attorney's office. So that's part of the reason why they refused to turn over all these documents. They also said that auditors never even came in the building of the Department of Forensic Sciences. So they had a hard time with it being called a sweeping audit. But keep in mind. You know this agency process evidence processes. Evidence for federal entities and city agencies. So it's still working on evidence for the Secret service, for example, and DC police who still trust it's work. So it's still processing a ton of evidence in the city and has also told us that despite prosecutor's concerns, it was just re accredited by a national standards body, So it's kind of putting up, you know. Hey, you say we have problems. The national standards. Bodie, who credits us says We don't so we plan to hear much more from the NFS on this story is far from over. All
Why is it so Hard to Lose Weight?
"It is hard to believe, but this begins our seventeenth year of broadcasting, dishing up nutrition. For seventeen years every Saturday or most Saturdays I guess I should say. We have shared up to date nutritional information. Designed specifically to make a difference in the lives of our listeners and their health. So, each week our message has been about eating real food like that's the term. Now I think that we can kind of put our stamp on his eating real. So, that our listeners our clients can have more energy. Less, than for inflammation, better health and everything in between. So it isn't a message about the latest fad diet. It's about eating a healing plan of real food. This is just kind of an interesting observation and Clint Brittany. Maybe you've noticed this in clinic here in there but I've noticed with some of my clients at it seems that many people seem to like blame or really attribute many of their health problems to their genetics. Yes. I, agree with that Yup. And they haven't quite made that connection yet that food the food that they're eating is the cause of their health problems. So as Dietitians we work one on one with clients, and so we'll hear things like my father had diabetes. So I know sooner or later I will probably have that to or maybe it's my mom had arthritis so I will have it eventually also. one. They heard I think recently in the last week or two My grandmother had Alzheimer's disease. So I really worry that I also get Alzheimer's disease. And it is important to know our family history. What is in our family history? I mean, we even have this in our health questionnaire, an area where people can kind of talk through or list out what's in their family. But, it's also an important an important concept I think to say, the family history does not have to become our destiny. And we can be like, maybe we have some predispositions in the background or tendencies one way or another, but it does not have to be our destiny. So true and I think that what oftentimes people don't think about is you know maybe your dad had something your mom had something. And now you do what? About your lifestyle? No, you probably have a similar lifestyle. You know a lot of our habits come from childhood, and so I think often times it is more lifestyle and your food choices driving. Those conditions than than genetics yup absolutely I'll say that to my clients do it's like you know we probably especially as younger children ate a lot of the same things growing up as our parents did. So how much of an impact did the foods that we were all eating together then have on the development of some of these conditions it's kind of food for thought. That A lot. and so for you listeners out there maybe you've also said to yourself, you know I must come from a family there must be an obesity gene there because my dad was overweight his mom was overweight all of my brothers and sisters are overweight and now I'm starting to gain weight so it just must be baked into our destiny must be in our jeans. Though the question, we are going to address this morning on the show is, why is it so hard for many people to lose weight they're going to go through a couple of things per pretty much two main points that will address throughout this show. And maybe maybe you is a listener of this is something that you've wondered yourself and maybe you've said yourself, well, why can all my friends lose weight just by drinking less wine or less soda or less XYZ while I can't lose weight and I never even drink wine to begin with it's just not fair. Yeah we hear that time Yup. So. So this is these are the kinds of things we want to explore in today's show, and before we dive deeper into our topic, I want to introduce myself and my co host WHO's here in studio with me. My name is Leah Klein showed I'm registered and licensed Dietitian, and here with me this morning is Brittany Vincent who is also a registered and licensed Dietitian. And today, our goal is to share some new information but also some old information about weight loss and our hope is that you will really think about the information we're going to share with you about weight loss and perhaps then be able to take some that information and start. feeling out in applying in your own life where it makes sense for you and applying this to your own body. As we all know, it's one thing to know the information, which is what our show is about a lot of times you want to give that information out and make it as widespread as possible. But then it is a whole other thing to actually apply it and to do it and. Teaching choices are hard especially like you said of these are things that have come from our childhood. These are habits that have been deeply in green, and oftentimes this is the hardest part for people.
"leah" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"I am probably setting him up for some of that but hopefully, he self-correct exactly and buying enough time to protect just enough neurons there will come a point where he's like, oh my gosh, like this is going to make me puke literally or metaphorically I'm not going. To do this anymore but yeah, I know I'm totally scared of that because I think it's GonNa Happen Role Maybe get super lucky in the fact that they're all learning. Now on a computer they'll just a start associated with dreadful things school and want nothing to do with it. Maybe they'll be excited to go outside could be unintended that is an amazingly optimistic. I. Hope to how you're right. I really do that would not a silver lining but at least. Little sparks browns line. Well. Leah it's been so fun talking to you and I'm really glad that you're committing time and energy and resources to giving this some thought I. Think you're providing a great service and I do urge people to read Sharon Hood why we should think before we talk about our kids online I think it's an incredibly important thing to be mindful about and we are incredibly grateful. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for having me. All right. Thank you talking. Back on when you write your next book I will and when I have an update on, that was my undies. Okay, we already know the update. Yeah, I can't wait. All right..
"leah" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Yeah. Yeah. So I do because that was me with sugar cereal and college eight lucky charms. They never got sugar cereal except on vacation I got to college like I can eat this every single meal and I did for a while but then I did figure out that that was not. A, good idea and stop, and so I think that unbalanced I come out with. Yeah. I. Am probably setting him up for some of that. But hopefully, he self-correct exactly and buying enough time to protect just enough neurons there will come a point where he's like, oh my gosh, like this is going to make me puke literally or metaphorically I'm not going. To do this anymore. But yeah, I know I'm totally scared of that because I think it's GonNa Happen Role Maybe get super lucky in the fact that they're all learning now on a computer they'll just a start associated with dreadful things school and want nothing to do with it maybe they'll be excited to go outside could be unintended that is an amazingly optimistic. Hopes to how you're right. I really do that would not a silver lining, but at least. Little sparks browns line. Well Leah it's been so fun talking to you and I'm really glad that you're committing time and energy and resources to giving this. Some thought I, think you're providing a great service and I do urge people to read Sharon Hood why we should think before we talk about our kids online I. Think it's an incredibly important thing to be mindful about and we are incredibly grateful. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for having me. All right. Thank you talking to. On when you write your next book, I will and when I have an update on. That was my undies. Okay. We already know the update. Yeah I can't wait. All.
"leah" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"No one's looking at it. They know no one's looking at it. Even nerves like me who look at it are still left with our patents being lake. Well, what does it mean that you're going to use this data to improve your product or improve your performance I don't think that to the extent the objection Is Look people you are actually entering into a bargain, your selling parts of yourself in exchange for social media or reduced contest Siri or Alexa or any other product I don't think it's actually an negotiated bargain. So it's really more of a call of transparency less than like a naive oil on all this shit for free and then I expect you to get nothing in return. It's more just I want you to be very clear about what you're getting in return. Well, I think that is my positive gloss on and I definitely think there's also a component to it that is having cake and eating it too, and we have trouble as a country figuring. Out that if you want to have nice things like public health or personal freedom, then you also have to take personal responsibility for them. We're not doing so well with that and so I certainly am not I'm not gonNA try to argue back against the core of your question, which is do people sometimes wine about things that they either need to accept or not accept? Yes. One hundred percent. Yeah. Okay. And then another thing that I vacillate on because there was a period of my life where was a libertarian I I no longer am but I do still have some of those residual thoughts and now one thing that's frustrating to me is like we. Have this obsession in this country with privacy right I would say above many other countries. I don't know where we rank I'm sure there's some ranking but I imagine it's very high and I look at situations or like these epidemiological studies that can exist in other countries. Denmark Sweden, right where the public health is held in a database there some level of detaching your name from at least have access to all of it and I think we're so hung up on this privacy thing that we're denying ourselves like these amazing medical breakthroughs because of what some seventeenth century notion of the British spine on us like, what are your thoughts on that like privacy in? I think that privacy can be defined in so many ways and the way that I've defined it draws on the work of one of my most treasured mentors and dear friends Jonathan's at Trinh. Who Talks.
"leah" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Leeann do you have any questions you want robbed solve while we're here rob is already been helping me out. So no I think I'm in good shape I've got my telemarketer headset. Talk I am I am in love with your headset. Is Fitting for the topic. So last night I went scrambling around to try to find my really nice home podcasting kit that I just for podcasting and I found part of it and the other part of it seems to have been taken by my five year old and I cannot find it anywhere so. I really awesome telemarketing. hearkens back to like nineties commercial for like at and T. it'd be like. Becky how can I help you? Is that it's white too I think. It's enormous. What's the principal in tech? Right? Where everything gets smaller there's some term for it for what it is. You probably know it you're. SMART. I'm not smart when it actually comes to using technology I am smart when it comes to thinking about privacy and how technology is owning us but the minimization does happen and I'm totally going very very old school. Yeah. You're bucking the system and we appreciate it. Well, thank you. Now can you explain to me? Is I read about you you seem to be working for two different colleges simultaneously is that the truth I no longer am I was briefly so I am on the lease from University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce. School. Of Law in Concord New Hampshire, which is where I'm currently located and I am visiting remotely at Harvard Law School for the year okay I am the special. Director for online education for which I got this snazzy headset and actually this is my headset. Harvard to give this to me. Harvard has has real technology and I'm the Meyer Research. Lecture on law. So I am technically on leave from UNH. But in the nice way of academics, they have my professorship there when this year is over okay they seem to be pretty generous in that way right as far as other employers go there seems to be a little bit of Loosey. Goosey. Ness if people have a cool opportunity, they seem to allow that definitely definitely and Unh we had the good fortune slash planning slash just dumb lot of starting a hybrid online residential law program before the pandemic. We started in two thousand nineteen and got it set up to run mostly online and so Harvard law school decided in June of this year in response to the pandemic to be fully online in the fall. So the Dean invited me to spend a year virtually with them. I am still in the same alcove of my guest room or corner of my porch as I was. H So I haven't actually gone anywhere, but we are working very, very hard with a wonderful team of technologists and learning designers to have a fully online Harvard law school curriculum fall in it is awesome in are you is flattered I would be just ego wise to be under the employ of Harvard yes. Good. It. Because this is June right. So it should last at least three months before you get disillusioned I. Think it's GonNa last even longer than that I have no false modesty about this what I am. And it really is right now at Harvard like watching a bunch of folks who've been doing Broadway hits for a long time, all of a sudden transitioning to the screen and their consummate performers, an international experts and they know their craft they are right there with all of us in pandemic life of okay. Well, we know our craft and we knew how to do it in this space, and now we're doing it in a whole different space and in some ways, that's the same in other..
"leah" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Your headset. Fester. The topic. So last night, I went scrambling around to try to find my really nice home podcasting kit that I just for podcasting and I found part of it, and the other part of it seems to have been taken by my five year old and I cannot find it anywhere so. I really awesome telemarketing. hearkens back to like nineties commercial for like at and T. it'd be like. Becky how can I help you? Is that it's white too I think. It's enormous. What's the principal in tech? Right? Where everything gets smaller there's some term for it for what it is. You probably know it. You'RE SMART? I'm not smart when it actually comes to using technology. I am smart when it comes to thinking about privacy and how technology is owning us but the minimization does happen and I'm totally going very very old school. Yeah. You're bucking the system and we appreciate it. Well, thank you. Now can you explain to me is I read about you? You seem to be working for two different colleges simultaneously is that the truth I no longer am I was briefly. So I am on the lease from University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law in Concord New Hampshire, which is where I'm currently located and I am visiting remotely at Harvard Law School for the year. Okay. I. Am the special. Director for online education for which I got this snazzy headset, and actually this is my headset. Harvard to give this to me, Harvard has has real technology and I'm the Meyer Research Lecture on law. So I am technically on leave from UNH. But in the nice way of academics, they have my professorship there when this year is over okay. They seem to be pretty generous in that way right as far as other employers go there seems to be a little bit of Loosey Goosey nece. If people have a cool opportunity, they seem to allow that definitely definitely and Unh we had the good fortune slash planning slash just dumb lot of starting a hybrid online residential law program before the pandemic. We started in two, thousand nineteen and got it set up to run mostly online and so Harvard law school decided in June of this year in response to the pandemic to be fully online in the fall. So the Dean invited me to spend a year virtually with them. I am still in the same alcove of my guest room or corner of my porch as I was. UNH So I haven't actually gone anywhere, but we are working very, very hard with a wonderful team of technologists and learning designers to have a fully online Harvard law school curriculum fall in. It is awesome in are you is flattered I would be just ego wise to be under the employ of Harvard. Yes. Good. It. because. This is June right. So it should last at least three months before you get disillusioned I think it's GonNa last even longer than that I have no false modesty about this what I am. And it really is right now at Harvard like watching. Of folks who've been doing Broadway hits for a long time, all of a sudden transitioning to the screen and their consummate performers, an international experts, and they know their craft. They are right there with all of us in pandemic life of okay. Well, we know our craft and we knew how to do it in this space, and now we're doing it in a whole different space.
"leah" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome to armchair expert that's got to be too dissonant right? You're expecting one thing. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome. Any mean when you get welcome to armchair experts, you're not expecting four welcomes. It's kind of like when you see a band you love and they play the song live but they don't play it the way they record it and you're like, no, I wanna hear how you recorded. Look. You know what I'm saying. Vaguely I said, welcome. Welcome. I saw extra welcome in I. Don't like that. Yes. Terrible. Okay. Take to welcome. Welcome. Welcome to Armchair expert I'm Dan Sheppard of joined by Monica Pad Man. Much. Better. The Pad man today we have I think a very relevant gas given net. We just watched the Social Dilemma Netflix which I urge everyone to watch not a sponsor, not not a sponsor not receiving a Buchan dime from Netflix that it's an important watch. It really is. It's very disturbing and a very good way for us to think about this dovetails nicely into Leah Plunkett. Work which is about sharing your children's lives on social media. She has a great book called Sharon Hood. Why we should think before we talk about our kids online in that book, She examines the implications of adults successive digital sharing of children's data Leah. Plunkett is a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and society at Harvard University and Associate Professor at University of New Hampshire School of law in a mother of two and we just loved her yes. So listen up if you got kids or even if you don't, it's still kinda applies to US gathering that data Smarter than us. Special Horror version of armed, jared. We are.
"leah" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome. Welcome. Welcome to armchair expert that's got to be too dissonant right? You're expecting one thing. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome. Any mean when you get welcome to armchair experts, you're not expecting four welcomes. It's kind of like when you see a band you love and they played the song live but they don't play it the way they record it and you're like, no, I wanna hear how you recorded. Look you know what I'm saying. Vaguely I said welcome. Welcome I saw extra welcome in I. Don't like that. Yes. Terrible. Okay. Take to welcome. Welcome. Welcome to Armchair expert I'm Dan Sheppard of joined by Monica Pad Man Much better the pad man today we have I think a very relevant gas given net. We just watched the social dilemma, Netflix which I urge everyone to watch not a sponsor. Now, not a sponsor not receiving a Buchan dime from Netflix that it's an important watch it really is. It's very disturbing and a very good way for us to think about this dovetails nicely into Leah Plunkett work. which is about sharing your children's lives on social media. She has a great book called Sharon. Hood why we should think before we talk about our kids online. In that book, She examines the implications of adults successive digital sharing of children's data and Leah Plunkett is a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and society at Harvard, university and Associate Professor at University of new, Hampshire, School of law in a mother of two, and we just loved her yes. So listen up if you got kids or even if you don't, it's still kinda applies to US gathering that data. Smarter than us. Special Horror version of armed jared. We are.
"leah" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"So. Michelle Angelina are wants to know if it's true. You started your career by doing standup as the opening act before male strippers. Yes that was one of my. Yes. I mean when I start comedy you, it's sort of like dating. You have to say yes to everything to figure out what you like. It's like runaway bride. She has taste all the eggs before she figures out how she likes to exit references. Probably a little bit newly at the point is. Yeah, I did and I saw some things okay. Things Li what percentage of the male strippers would you say were gay not as many as people think, right? Are you not gonNA. Ask I'm sorry I'm asking Michelle that. Oh, sorry. Oh Gosh. I feel like. I feel like a lot of people were fluid. A lot of men were fluent. You know or gay for pay. That's inappropriate. We've been talking about kiddies Poop Riddick, love, you woke. Leah Are you having fun in your first season. Yeah so? Are you. Know, I'm I'm having fun watching it. It was a lot of work and it was fun. It was also fun doing it, but what? What has been the most oab sorry. I didn't mean to cut you off on sign. It's generally it's it's so much more intense than I ever imagined. It is intense how I was GONNA ask you. What the most surprising thing about. It was well I thought like. Oh, well, we. Build it and then over. But it's not airs..
"leah" Discussed on CarCast
"Onto the next story and I have a tradition of wrecking, but that's just because I like to take it to the edge and I. Just unfortunately I surpassed my driving ability along the way, and you know at least I have a heavy right foot I liked. All, run out of talent a little bit actually. Far Out as possible. Yeah, well a all right guys, thank you so much. Always a pleasure. Follow Leon on Social Media Leah Pruitt t.f on twitter. Facebook Instagram, you can follow her all over there and I'm sure there's GonNa. Be All kinds of great fun post as the racing season starts, and probably GonNa find some some pretty intense wake boarding and other things going on as well you. If you give her a follow as long as she has cell phone reception wherever the hell you're going. To be the first to know when I land my first three shows. And I still don't have trying to get my three sixty perfected so. Goals new girl. All right guys, thank you so much. Of course you could follow me at. Motari could fall follow. Goldberg Goldberg Nine Five on twitter. I believe and Goldberg's garage. You can see the pictures of the of the charger. You can see the carbon the twin turbos you can even see his attempt at taking his coat and dogs for a geog. However some. What do you mean my attempt over? People bitching at me because I didn't Jal. You're. I don't care. Point is I take ferret out every morning for a nice job on the property. and WHO'S GONNA video right.
"leah" Discussed on CarCast
"Mean I got that thing in Sport Motor forgot that we have this which? Feels like so I wish I could say that. Yeah, I'm I'm out there in. Cape giving my accessibility. Just alone re invigorated. My love for dodge mobile as a come here to work on the factory car, so it's been on. I don't. have an answer that was, but it was just the royalist one, and a half a perfect well-timed, and well displayed plug I want that. They'll has no idea what that's like. No none whatsoever he never should. Has Has the twin turbos being built Leah. You gotta teach me how to drive that car. Because gear heads built me one right now. Exactly like the one the twin turbo you drove, but it's not all drive. Okay well. We didn't necessarily have the all wheel. Drive down in the last. decided. Let's talk about that. I didn't make it out to. The drag racing up that you guys have. You guys met up and shot some stuff with with gearhead fabrications and speed core power in. And did some did some track racing? I've I've forgotten exactly which cars you had out there. The Demon and I think. I care head all the drive wide-body charger which I'm having built right now, which just asked her about all carbon-fiber demon that she had that, she broke the world record in again and then the. Charger was the one that was at seem on the Magna flow that they debuted their and you guys did the video for and the version that your buildings roughly the same fifteen hundred horsepower, but rear wheel drive only yeah, there's nothing wrong. Sir, go ahead! WHATSOEVER HELP I got a parachute. One of my favorite parts about the old drive cars was the Vernon. Absolutely I need to just going up there. Rust in a France that backing up I in the back so the issue on that particular day. We didn't spend a lot of time on the tuning of the card you because we were focused on resetting the record in the twin turbo so that we were having a lot of bog issues off the line and. I got the video I. Remember when the Green Light. You're there for an hour and a half. failsafe. That's what a blow up. It didn't blow up it just. I said you didn't WanNa, blow up I make. Them said they just pulled it off trailer and they hadn't done that car every all the all the All the work went into the carbon car. The you were trying to break the record any. Exactly it was, it was down there in Florida, and then when we went up to Wisconsin. I mean it hadn't even been to so, but I will say I. Do love terabytes. Some excited for you now, have you? You haven't driven the turbo? The carbon one yet right, which is Lucido. So while I love the most brings me back to my prolonged days. I felt like I was in that bracing to spooling up. So you get in there? You put on your your break pressures very keen. pre-stage and wherever they have the module at, but he should have probably. About thousand pounds of brake pressure creep into that, and as you're creeping in, bring up the ours, and then it's going to actually your watch between their over seventeen hundred RPM is when you're gonNA WANNA slam it to the ground. Once you get your full stage in here. The pop in Bang Bang. Every four seconds. Release off the bray in. That's when you leave. Now. It's a you leave a by the timing. Right before you get to the tree at about fifty that thing kicks. It's like you're you're sleeping back there. Man It's a much harder launch and that right there fart about no, it's awesome. Once, you keep it straight in the probably have some good chassis where the demon out of the box is good, but listen if we went to Great Lakes dragway in Wisconsin on a forty five degree day. That thing was basically is there is like corn cobs on over. Is like this and we set the record. It was very driveable so Gobert when you get out there and you feel that second kick in like a is what I'm trying to stay as w disappointed when you leave the line in late input off the break, be prepared for the Be Prepared for it to set you back and then it's GonNa. It'll come down. The back. End will come down and basically slow, but you got your six eight in. You're GonNa Ram through your years. Have a good time like the only. Way. I've been waiting for this carbon since I saw you. Take that one down the down the strip. I mean that's. Solidified the fact that that's what I was getting next. But, you're not gonNA be the record though right I mean I'm not gonNA to try to beat the record. I already know you've emasculated me way too many times. It's going to happen again. Well. It probably will, but I'M NOT GONNA I'M NOT GONNA. Be setting the date of it now. I just want to have fun. It is ask for five more pounds, booze and Make sure doesn't layover in kick out like away skate at the top end. By have my finger on the parachute. Is.
"leah" Discussed on CarCast
"One of your fans go go through your website and have some pick some kid out yet. Their information in either facetime or call them or something after you win. Any of these races Organiz raise. Just! Something to personalise, that's always saying. Yeah, yeah, now. You got fan to get to everybody. You gotTa make it a little more personal, and hopefully the TV coverage build like like you were saying when you're walking into the ring or or grabbing the Mike and and talking and giving the fans at home, riled up before a match or in between a match. At that point. In the live event. Yeah, you're. You're talking to the fans at home, but you really feeding off of the audience that's there and the difference is is you're basically instructed going? Hey, there's no fence. You really to talk to the camera now and I think. I. Think in Nhra. One of the things we may be able to see differently in the television broadcasts. If, there's no fans. They're more accessibility from the cameraman. Men and women out there so hopefully while we've seen a lot of them kind hang around the pit areas and see the team Kinda thrashed. Do their thing, but now you'll have the opportunity as a driver or team owner or a crew chief, or whatever to maybe talk more with that camera because you don't have the audience. They're normally when you're doing your autograph sessions interacting with the fans. There's the camera now. So. Maybe watching it at home will will be different and exciting as well because we'll have that opportunity and and. Like, you said. There could be opportunities for you to to personalize the experience with a few of the fans that are out there as well so hopefully. It'll be exciting to see and there'll be some learning curves and we'll see how. With Every in every business in every sport right now you're learning to turn a negative into a positive. It's just we gotta figure out each and every one of us how to do that. And if you'RE A, you're complacent than you're gonNA slide even more into mediocrity during this time, but if you take it as an advantage to work on certain things, and you know I, mean I I I I know exactly what you go through your on the road all the time. What you've been doing the last three months of things that you've not been able to do for God. God knows how long and that's how I am in my career right now. I actually got some time to get on the tractor mill out and to go out and do these things that have never been able to do, so you're taking advantage of that and you're getting recharged for that time when you're going to get the call to get out on. Damn track and do what you do, so I'm looking forward to it. I know you are too, but take this. Take time when there's not everybody there pulling you away from single individual people that you're trying to. Interact with like in the pits, because I've seen it and I. It's happened to me. Pick one or two people out, and and just talk right to them and make their experience so wonderful that every single fan wants to be that guy order. Absolutely I mean those might be the NHRA members. You know if we're having a selected number of. Those are true diehard fans and giving them an experience. This might just be the twenty twenty experience. So this is the time now. On your point a little bit about this time, and I think everybody is going to remember when we come out of this. What did I do with that time relationships? Did I build or enhance? What did I fix on my house? You know what work ethic technology fitness. Program whichever. For me, I would say one of the reasons that I've been very busy now exempt like to, but knowing that the schedule was coming out, and it was sixteen now seventeen eighteen weeks condensed in twenty. You can't just go from pure moderation to the highest performing love. You need. I'm been preparing for the moment that we hit the go button which we just found out today. When that is that I will be right there ready to just ready like flawless, basically in everybody at the top of their game does you're always at your train? As much as humanly possible on prepare as much as humanly possible, and you're itching for that phone. Call to get that time because you know that you used that time much better than everyone else. I'd I hope so in as an athlete from you to me, we have ours, but then right out that door which I wish I would have been able to do this interview out there, but it a little loud. Is, each one of those guys on both teams, so not only does the top fuel team go back in run, July but so does the factory stock team, so we still have a full season of eight races in Zantac. Factory stock showdown class to run end just same thing that no one's been idle at. A lot of our competitors factory right now have been out slices the testing make put up some hot numbers. Don't matter. It's not NHRA race. I, don't know what they're running down. What we there! We just know what we have and the best of our ability, so I mean preparation what? What are the seven P's Goldberg? You know what those are. Any any idea. I'm too old to know that stuff. That's a millennial thing. Thank. It's Perseverance. Proper? Preparation in prevents Piss Poor, performance, I. But that's that's gotta be old school. That's that's talk. Also director of this generation and comes up. Military is well. It's it's A. It's a mantra that's been around. In the rank and file as well let's talk a little bit about the preparation that you do now. Obviously getting out in in the in the actual hot rod is. Is Expensive to do so during this downtime it's it's tough to get out there and start doing passes and a very expensive car also. provides a level of of uncertainty endanger. That may not necessarily be need be be needed during the off season. Obviously. You you have a regiment. You came up with a regimen for yourself to be mentally fit to be physically fit. At doing some fun things as well, but do you spend much time behind the wheel? You just you just grab whatever the Hell Cat Streetcar something. Or whatever and and and find a stripper, some passengers, or maybe you've got a long. Ask Driveway on property. You just do with their and your own. In your own backyard. Who knows but or Or. Is it more? Getting out of the car and doing stuff. And then when it's time to get back into the car like now, you focus back on that. No that's a great question I. Wish I could say that I've been able to go to a backyard. and have a sportsman car and run it and have it. What I do I have my practice tree simulator at in Arizona, which is small I had two different modes wanted to practice midfield car, which is the right foot drawdown reaction one I'll switch it up throughout the day of my left break released from the factory car, because that's what I'll be doing at the races, as had the last couple years, but application wise. I've garnish towards a little bit more off roading. Because that's what's available to me and I'm sticking with my story here that. Any any seat of the pants. Are Listening feel. I've I've got a good one from this morning, but any seat of the pants feel I can get any throttle modulation. braking traction whether it's in the on the street, you. TV vehicles are street legal. Tell me stay there, but we haven't been able to have access to a drag strip and I don't have access to a car there now. Do Tow the boat with a ram rebel I. Love it to death. I haven't driven any other vehicle now in like four months till I got here to indeed today. And I got to drive the healthcare in whether on does not a dodge thing or anything I literally shed a tear on my way to the. The shop which is over an hour away because I missed it that that I hadn't felt. Felt like I'd been in hot rod and I miss just driving. The hell. Cat made me miss racing in a way that I haven't been able to. Simulate, even though I think about a pass over and over and over every single day practice. I mean I promise myself at the beginning of this. There's not a day that's going to go by that I. Not in my mind practice getting car videos, but just as simple as being in my daily driver that missed so much the steering wheels, basically the same as my factory car I. Mean I got that thing in Sport Motor forgot that we have this which? Feels like so I wish I could say that. Yeah, I'm I'm out there in..
"leah" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Have a special guest Leah Lund and she's not only a health expert in her field which I'll talk about in just a second, but she's actually one of us. So she's on that rest cancer healing journey. She's doing battle asleep well and You know she gets it because she walked in the same shoes we all walked in. So so proud of her for all the work that she's doing and I'm excited to have her here because she's going to really share some amazing nuggets about our emotional healing and you all know with essential number four he'll be motion wounds that's such an important part of healing. So Leah's the founder of one whole health and. Shoppers coaching retreats, I. Love this one. Hashtag, I am vibrant girls, weekend getaways, and she teaches able to remove their brain to reprogram their subconscious mind to get clarity capacity to be current to have the courage to be your true south and to really create a life that you love and you know we all need that it's all about changing that subconscious mind set the route that's causing all those issues. She's a speaker. She's laughter. Yoga leader. She's done all kinds of amazing things. I love her humanitarian work at which includes the water bears the project to bring clean safe water to every person in the world. That's amazing. One whole health dot com is where you could find information on that. The Lia thanks for taking the time to be with us. Today. You are so welcome. It's absolutely my pleasure. Yeah, I'm excited I'm excited to share your story so. You, know our our journey always take us from our pain becomes passions. So let's let's start off their first about why do you do what you do today? Yeah so true. So So my pain really started at a very young age and I know now that it was neurotransmitter depletion no idea until well into my thirties before I, knew what was going on but I knew that even as a young girl, I was very worried about big things. I had fairly dark thoughts I internalize stress and. I was I was nervous and was anxious a lot of the time. And I had no idea what that was and so what does what does a young person? Do they take it on as something that's wrong with them and so then that perpetuated into a lot of thought patterns and Belief Systems that I cared with me for a very long time. Now on the outside, I was really successful in the.
"leah" Discussed on The J.A.M.E.S Inc Podcast
"Episode of the James Podcast I am here co host Jesse orch. As always. By my other CO host. Who can say her name is Lisa Bail. And I am so happy to be here with you today I'm also happy to be here. And hopefully our guest is also happy to be. Here are first returning guests of the James podcast Leah Levins yes. I pronounced that right. You did excellent okay. Be here. Yes, our listeners will remember her as the one who's wearing these slot pajamas. When we last spoke in episode, one of the James Ing, podcast, which hopefully this episode sounds a lot better than that one, but I won't get back into that again. We are here again talked to Leah about how. James Ain't has affected her life and now the work. She is doing as sort of a volunteer for James Inc.. So I believe there was a question we wanted to start with yes. This is my new format..
"leah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Leah at the ground floor it's a criminal case and the two games ordinary and thank you for meeting the man on the video is August custom she says they all went home together that day and there were no place to be seen CNN presents for others get hurt so still sick a eventually cooled the place to turn himself in for questioning a Russian journalist film the moment for me for me August cousin is now one of a dozen protesters facing long prison sentences the rioting the almost all the violence of these opposition protests has come from please it was interesting isn't this week said gay and paving courts on a video link from a prison cell his appeal against the rest was rejected his mother was blowing kisses towards the screen of the scientific support was baby Ultimates father Dimitri many Russians see charging protests is like this as a scare tactic meds to clear the streets charging parents are bringing children to the protest with them has been blown controversial step further but for Olga and Dimitri it doesn't send them Moscow prosecutors have since applied to the courts to take both the children and the cat at all because of that same video on YouTube what's it been like for you so far let Caroline from hello just seven to think that something settles something you came up and you were just horrified to game it's Karen because because it's so so future consequences for us chose from the crow punishing called kids actually because we are both parents and it's very easy to prove the family and now in a nervous wait for the court hearing prosecutors won't that checking off.
"leah" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"Leah Florin was loopholes top performing S._D._R.. A couple of years ago and has since been promoted into an eight-year-old here's what he had to say about how he leverages voicemails males one thing that is inevitable and every single S._D._R.. Salesperson has to realize is that most people are not going to respond to your voicemail and I think there's a statistic out there that it's actually under one percent and if I never received a message back from a voicemail that's pretty shocking so the way that the icy voicemail is that the main purpose of it is to direct the prospect to your email. You only really have five or ten seconds within NAT voicemail to capture their attention show. I have a specific scripted I use which makes sure that they know who I am and where I'm calling from so that they can go back to their inbox and search it up perfect and do you want to give us an example of of that script. I think this is a good point to kind of insert like who is who is loopy G._P._O.. Because you actually serve the sales market so that's actually fairly relevant here yeah for sure so we'll just like something I would say as an example. I'd be like hi or let's say I say hi Scott. This is calling from Luzio. I sent you email yesterday regarding improving your arche response process but I have not I heard back from you. Can you give it a quick glance. Reply back again. It's Florin calling from Lupercio Nice Nice Nice so just recognizing nobody's ever going to call back so let's let's create create a call to action that is channel that they can use exactly for links to my full interview with Florin into one of the three stories that he contributed.
"leah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Mothers daughters Leah. Channel. point seven kids if you live near the beach do you ever get the feeling that people just want to be your friends so they can target your place So. You..
"leah" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Welcome everybody to another episode of the itch free podcasts live today our episode is sponsored by de brand seat geek nature box and of course each three three shop dot com today we have the illustrious video game donkey and leah leah beat the abi axe but it has to be simply getting together uh next week are having criterion the two which dreamer and hardcore her we we need to put up a thread so you guys can leave your questions for him i haven't done that yet i don't know to scream at to make that happen probably just myself but in the meantime before we get into that next week we have got these two legends here now donkey who is i'm looking at his back right now they didn't want to make it awkward for me because i was going to do a intro unusually the guess walk in but there are like while we're here already can you show the wide so they're just sitting here and their bags or face to me i feel like of the blair witch project the really committed to it too a videogame duckie no one mix videos like this guy he's a one of a kind masterpiece added i do he's known for her loving spaghetti and meatballs or not and he is also black no one knows yeah nobody knows if he likes it but he i think he likes it um he's a man he so powerful he was blacklisted from playing league of legends forever.