19 Burst results for "Lecco"
"lecco" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Roundabout podcast for the week fuck over fifth. I'm. Here Terry Moro. Hello. I'm Catherine Lecco Alot. For Mumps of teens and young adults, and when it comes to parenting with been there done that bought the t shirt but we're still waiting for that day. We'll reach the finish line in. Have no further need to lay down in a dark room with a wet rag over is wearing about something or other. Wednesday is Complaint Day here on the parenting roundabout entity. We are complaining about family, shopping? Habits. And in my case, I'm complaining about those random Amazon packages. That show up at my door. And announce. or The random charges that I have on my credit card. that. Take me off guard because. I mean, it's just not something I would have ever done to my parents. Don't know how I created this culture of let's use mums credit card. To buy myself some personal hygiene products. and..
"lecco" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"So. Two things to say that just came to mind my and it won't surprise anybody. To hear me say that. The thing I'm most grateful for is my son. And this morning he came in my office after. Soaking wet came into GimME A. And Yeah I can feel a lot of gratitude. To him to the universe to the. IVF doctor to my wife. And then I also feel. Fear you know that something would happen to him etcetera etcetera. What do you make that? Your Human It's great that you can. See carefully. So you can parse out. The gratitude the joy, and see the sun'll conditioning. Of Fear, an attachment that can block that it happens all the time. Sometimes people you're afraid to love or frayed to really Lecco and let themselves feel fully. Their joy because. They're afraid. The other shoes can drop and so they can sabotage their wellbeing out of fear. Or as you probably know when we're feeling Meta with feeling. Loving kindness. The near enemy of loving kindness. What disguises is loving kindness is attachment and so they can get mixed very intertwined very easily, and so the important thing is to see how that works in the mind. So you're not. Subject to that very deeply practice conditioning and. Work with the fear don't pretend it's not there really see it and name it so it doesn't have. The power that it often does over you. So you can just. Hold it wisely, and then go for that true well-being. That's expensive. Much more of my conversation with James Berry's right after this. So. I..
"lecco" Discussed on The goop Podcast
"I'm not sure what the bottom yet I find liberal mirror and liberal deceit posing as compassion is still too high I find reactionary recklessness still too high planet may need to go down. So I, I'd not thinking of any story. Book, turns. But I I do have a very strong sense that inwardly the turn has happened. And that there's the beginnings of seed coming together and it's coming on both sides of the political spectrum Anna of the economic, the entitlement spectrum where there's a core of people that say we can't live the way we've been living. And and this means different things depending on what side of the spectrum you you on. But there's the realization that the excess, the narcissism, the self imprisonment, the pace, the greed recklessness that we've been living within the planet an accelerating pace for the past fifty years has to stop. And that what's beginning to percolate out from it? I think from both sides is a gut level reclamation that there are certain values that are so precious. That dying for them is okay. Because living in their absence is living death and as that kind of quiet resorting and reaffirmation of what is imperishable in the human spirit begins to take its place. No longer tied to religious cattle, prods, whips, but just out of a kind of evolving collective. Conscience I think we have a chance what would you charge each of us who want to be in contact with the imaginable realm who wanna move against the entropy? What's that call to action look like I wanna say that there's an interior dimension which is consistent for everybody and there's an exterior dimension that varies regionally and I want to be specific about that interior early. It's the work of confronting your own personal terror dying really doing the work and a lot of ways. To to do this is to simply through a meditation practice to sit quietly and to Lecco the thinking like, Oh, the stories look how the as my own practice of centering prayer has its peace consent to the presence and action of God other meditation paths will have different Mantras, but it's the idea that as you sit in that space of meditation where you aren't thinking. As long as you're not thinking is not as stressing obsession. As long as you're breathing and being present deepen your body. You are living beyond that ego, which is the only part of you. That's terrified. You get out of that and terror disappears and a little time hanging out in that meditate garden if you can, and again if you're in areas where this is all possible. Put your feet in the earth. And breathed. Put Your foot in the earth. And so those are I would say, is your basic interior disciplines slow down take it easy saver. What is there the classic spiritual hygiene practices of gratitude equanimity.
‘The Bachelorette’ Casting Shakeup Expected for Upcoming Season
"And I know we don't normally cover bachelor bachelorette stuff but this one thing kind of just took our interest and personally having watched bachelor in paradise. I have a real liking towards Teixeira. So we just wanted to discuss because I think it's interesting. So. As you guys know Clare Carly was the Bachelorette her season of course was interrupted with the whole Cova situation. And nothing is confirmed with basically the rumor is that she refused to continue shortly after filming began. Because she fell in love with one of her contestants. This guy named Del Moss he's thirty one. You know he there was a little bit of drama I think early on with his social media activity according to reality Steve which I can't speeches reliability but I can say he has been right. A lot of times said the basically she fell in love with him night one she gave him the first impression rose and she you know think about anyone else she felt so hard and she was done. and. So. I guess she really just didn't want to continue filming and so. The producers obviously were freaking out and Teixeira Adams who is twenty nine years old she was on Colton season she was basically the runner up. Her and Hannah after Colton basically quit to get. CASSIE and she was on Bachelor in paradise and she was dating John Paul. Jones. She's just a bombshell. I've always thought she was a class act. She's stunning. She's really good energy. I actually am really surprised that she was not always the choice now that I'm looking back on it although. I. Remember when Clare was initially announced we were thrilled because I think it's really exciting when. The woman is a little bit older maybe want something different in her life at that point whatever. But what's interesting is if you remember when they had done the initial casting, they had to let some people go because they wanted order contestants. So apparently, and again, I can't tell you this designed to present. This is what's being reported apparently, they kind of were calling back on both some of the contestants eight initially lecco because they were too young and also some of the contestants that Clare had eliminated. So I don't know what's going to happen, but you know Franz Verbs, let's just take this as factual. I think it's more fun to analyze it that way. And I have to say like while I'm thrilled if this is the case these I would so much rather watch tasty to be honest I think she's just really fun and lively and I didn't I got a bad taste in my mouth from Clare after initially liking the whole Matt James Situation I just thought that that was a little bit. I don't know I was not into it when she kinda call now for basically doing charity work and like I'm happy that Claire Found love that's going on. But what's the fuck? How many people think they found their person the first night you know what? Yeah. I mean listen I'm not a bachelor watcher. So I don't like there's a lot of I guess. Details and and patterns and things that happen over the seasons like with different people and people who nuclear people don't like I'm not involved in any of that I really don't know I have a very like personal view of the situation but to me I always thought the whole point was to find the person you wanted to be with the bachelor and a lot of people probably knew in the beginning but continued to date throughout the show like I just I just thought that was the point maybe I'm off with all of my lack of experience in the bachelor but from the very beginning watcher beginning understand her it seems like that's kind of the point of the show. No. I mean, yeah you know listen I do believe that there are certain times when you just know and you're like, this is my person and there's two sides to that one one I'm sure one side could say like. She's right. It wasn't paired the other guy she was doing them a favor, but the other side is. Okay fine. You have that in how much better of a story will be that at the end of the day you knew since day one I don't know the whole thing seems weird. If this is really the case, all I will say like of Clare's happy and she's with this guy in their happy he's hot For her but if tastes the Bachelorette, that would be some shit.
"lecco" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Roundabout podcast I'm Terry Moore and I'm here with Catherine Lecco. Hello, usually on this podcast. We talk about parenting issues. Who once a week? Catherine and I like to get together to discuss TV movies, books and other entertainment topics, because it's nice to talk about something other than parenting for a change this week we are continuing with our watch of the second season of Veronica Mars with the up so blast from the past, and we're also continuing with world of dance after an unexplained one week hiatus. That was the network's fault, not ours. So. World of dance is back with duals more duels, not that many more duels for two more duels for the senior of the upper division the upper division. and. Again I believe both times the first ones to go one so that. All of this upper division ones worked out that way which kids bribe the person sends you out, but I still felt like it was right well I actually I agreed with him on the first one for geometry via Nano. The first one was to. What was it? Something in Xiao was J. Guys. Jj, Shell I definitely would have picked them over the other couple. Even though I'm a little afraid of the girl in the couple of turned down because she looked. But you know that's her boyfriend's problem. I guess her husband. They said there are a couple but I. don't know I. Don't remember I couldn't remember if they were the ones that were a couple or jake tower on sour couple, no I think said the other ones were a of chicken, chow or not, but at any rate I liked. Academy Yeah. And every time they showed her after that she had that same look in her eyes like. You know. Reading. Yes she might turn on the lasers and everybody would be toast, but you know it's gotta be hard, and it's got to be disappointing, and you have to sort of like a good sport, even though you know, but I definite lambing interesting idea they had with this the suspenders, or whatever that was, but it just was not as sort of. Exciting to watch as the. Acrobatics and really violations of the way bodies were supposed to work the Jacob Chow on about and so. You know you're gone low. And how at the same time, but good luck to you children right? You little rubber bands you. And then the second one was the right now you said. Amid. Hijab. Excellent and oxygen, which in that case, I really liked oxygen. I liked their number that they did that. Time and I think it had a lot of their enough of their stuff that they do. I feel like the judges are saying we wanna see you do different things, and then when they do different things go. Why did you do different thing you do is so perfect. WHAT THE HECK! Yeah! Thanks! Guys did pretty much the same stuff. They did the first time. which is cool. It's fun to watch, but what else you got. The. Show, what else they got, they were like. Why would you possibly ever do anything other than what you did before so? I kinda hate that yeah that I would have liked them to have one that dual, so that then styles and Emma would against somebody else, and they could have won the year the final thing. The redemption route because I think they're fantastic to yell at also in the I did not know. Bodies could do that genre of Jagan Shell. So, why were those two up against each other?.
"lecco" Discussed on PR & Law
"GET US out of the crisis asap. Stop talking about! How do we? How do we? Deal with this quickly and move on without much. And that becomes the priority and the employee loses out Of that, and this is why an again don't get me wrong. These these people that are saying racist things I. DO believe they should be Lecco. But I'm saying just because we have the the sort of moral righteousness on our side on these cases, it doesn't mean it will always be so and when where managing things this way. There's a very good chance that one of these times were going to get it wrong, and I don't think company should be making these kinds of decisions over fear of social media mobs I. If there's something that just feels so wrong about that. We have to do it because it's the reality. I mean I think you deal with us in law well like. Yeah, there's ways we would like to do this. There's way we'd like to handle it, but this is how the world works right now, and this is just what's going to happen if we do respond or if we don't respond and so have to work in reality and it, it means yeah, firing the person quickly but it doesn't. It doesn't feel good like when I see that it doesn't. It doesn't feel good still and I think this is a bigger question in general that goes even beyond the employer and the employee into what is okay to say what's not okay to say like wh. Where where do we draw the line now on just accepting differences of opinion, because it feels like right now, if somebody says something that's contrary to sort of the the accepted norm that there's no longer just I disagree with you. It's a must destroy your entire career in your life. As a result of that and Yeah, this this could go. This could go wrong quickly and you know it's interesting I talked to a person in mainland China I talk to very often. And they mentioned the controversy over black lives matter and he said this reminds me of the Cultural Revolution in China, and I thought interesting because back then you had to come out, and obviously you know repeat lines in mouths Little Red Book and prove you were as red as red could be, and it's you know you look at the at the at the black lives matter movement, black lives, matter movement which I fully support I mean you are seeing..
Lego Super Mario is the break from reality we need
"Super Mario. Lego P- on paper. These two properties are perfect together, but as a real life. Super Mario make it worth your time? I'm ready Chang and this is your daily charge. With me, is senior editor at large and amateur magician Scott Stein Hey Scott Hey, Roger. Get deductive virtually. Intendo made some ways back in March when they tease this new set, and it seems like it's a match made in heaven, but in Fort Listeners. Can you break down? What Lego Super Mario actually looks like, and it's different from the standard Lego set sure so I've looked at Lega. ROADWORK sets before like lego boost, which are wines that have real electronic pieces in there in sensors and can be pretty complicated, but have a lot of rewards. This is kind of like a step down idea. If, you've also played games like super. Mario Maker for the switch. which where you make your own levels, this is a brick sat where you're building a couple of preset courses that are basically easy to construct lego bricks for ages about six or seven up, and there is a core lego Mario figure that runs on batteries that has a sensor on the bottom, and even a little screen and makes noises that can bob on coded bricks that do various things, so there's a start and an end, and there's a time challenge, and you basically have to collect as many coins before the time runs out by Bopping, doing these little physical or block bopping things, can you? Can you give me an example of what some of those noises are? What does Mariachi say sure I've actually got the Lego? Mario figure with me here so if I turn on, you can hear. He says Lego Mario time when he starts if you shake him. He's a little accelerometer. So he does things when you jump or were you tap on the table when he? When turn off as to see later. He sinks with your with your with your screen. Or android the idea there is that there's not you don't need to have the phone or tablet near by, but you do need it to set it up. It's got the instructions at so they connected toy. which is what Lego's robotics kits are like to the instructions? Are there and when you get scores? You can upload it to the APP to keep track of You know your creations, but you could also just once you set it up. Put that stuff away and just play with it with the figure and the pieces. Pieces like in your living room. What do you think Nintendo? lego opted to do something so different because this is obviously a lot more interactive than say your standard Harry Potter or star. Wars set right. Yeah, WE'LL LECCO saying. This is a four year collaboration along with some of the team at Nintendo that worked on Super Mario. Maker so was A. it was a pretty dedicated thing. Nintendo's made its own AMOEBA figures for years with a dabbled in that Nintendo has that partnership with universal for their for their theme park. There been other things, but I think for Lego Nintendo. You're right. It does make a lot of sense. It almost feels like something that could have happened already because Lego has done things that are kind of Nintendo like an antenna was done things like Lambeau that have folding cardboard that are kind of Lego like so. They feel very good together the one thing. I'm curious about is how much more the gaming can evolve what I noticed testing. This with my kids said it's very open ended. You have the instructions in Classic Lego style. They just Kinda. Let you figure out the rest in. There's not too much arching direction instruction and I would have liked a little more of that yet. Your video did feel very kind of free form. Like how did you play with it or more and more importantly? How did your kids play with it? Well, they love putting it together then we had the zoom with the head of Design Jonathan Beneath. which is this thing that Lego at? This remote zoom to basically just set up some timed a time challenge with of course we built, but you know you can kind of cheat. You know you basically just take all the coded pieces in just keep popping them over and over, and then hit the end piece, and then see what score you get and a lot of the scoring, because it's almost like a fitness tracker, you have to keep moving it and shaking. It is a little bit random. One of my kids got upset. That score wasn't as is. He thought it would be This is why I think you kind of have to just relax into it but I. I think it could be a little frustrating if you're trying to play like a board game, I feel like the APP should have some ideas Super Mario maker on on the switch has great ideas for creating design, and they have all these instructional sets, plus you could just play around or check out what other people made. This is lacking that by think intentionally, but just to let parents know that like I think it's toy. What's Nice as the pieces? All are modular in a sense, you kind of break them apart and not feel like you're deconstructing too much. There's like the square pieces that have all the parts on them. But you know it's to be kind of a thing you dabble with and I wonder how long kids are GonNa stay focused on it or they'll move onto the next thing, which is the case with all Lego like we have? We have tons of kits that have been turned into bricks lying in the corner. Well it. Is I mean. The the initial starter set really gets you beginning the end in a couple of pieces, and this is designed to be more modular I. Suppose add more pieces to it. Like how does that work? Yes, so the there are ten additional courses that Nintendo announced plus four like you could change the overalls on Mario and get extra powers. Is a cat sued in propeller suit? Those are cool like. Like agency courses take advantage of the catsuit that tried that I got to play with that much, but it was it was. It was very durable the prices range from like twenty dollars for an extra pack, two hundred dollars for the Buzzer Castle, which falls in line with Lego prices I think that we've seen for other kids that the starter pack sixty. They can add up though The question each each course has its own little special coated bricks that do extra things. Some of them are their own mini games like there's a product plant mine carts slide the basically just tilt back and forth, and try to keep the cart balanced and not hit the plans, but it's not very complicated some spin hope the character doesn't fall off, but. You Know I. Think the way the interact I would like to see a little more again. A little more guidance lego actually as a are based. Game set called hidden inside. That I've checked out. That is actually up. A little more game focused where there are actual like many games and challenges. You have to look for something that's hidden in augmented reality. You have to keep holding your phone out right right I. There are some like hidden treasure blocks that they're built into some of the sats. That's pretty interesting, but as far as I could see on the APP, you just Kinda put it together and then hey, have see what happens, so there are no a are elements to this setup right? No, okay. No deliberately meant to really focus on the bricks, and which I really appreciate and I like the fact that the Mario. Just stays connected interactive, and you don't have to stare at a phone screen I think that's great for kids I would love to have a peach character that could have the reading and other characters, so you could do multiplayer and I don't think it would hurt to have more formalized programming things than they are like my my eleven year old, who who's learning python like you know that that's he's ready to do. Block based programming with is in Lego. Boost and some of the more advanced kits. This doesn't have any of that, but I you could. Could, adapt some sort of a programming idea to this Lego just hasn't explored yet, and these are these all out now or did they do this launch after you mentioned that there are multiple sets coming, so, what's the cadence of release schedule? They all launch. August I and so this is a really I got an advance. Look in will go said. We're pre-production sats, so I think they're pretty much going to be what they are, but you know I think there
"lecco" Discussed on College Football Live
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"lecco" Discussed on This is not legal advice
"<music> <music> <music> <unk> <unk> Hyderabadi this is Lee Daniel Elvis is not legal advice with my co-host Alisyn Reiner and we have a special guest today Marion Maguire but also until everybody who you are and what what you do and then we'll hop run in with our guest hi everyone I am Alice minor as as Lee said relationship coach working with individuals within them get clear on what is the truly desire from a relationship in order to then go in and start to to work transform the particular difficult relationships and Marianne is here and she's from Ireland and so is exciting. We have Scotland Slash Italy Ireland Alabama Alabama. We've got a gamut. You're very global this morning so Marianne. Can you tell everybody who you are and what you do absolutely lovely debate here Lee with you alison everybody tune in so I'm Marianne McGuire and on the crater of Lecco and know how to let go struggle and not really are and I absolutely love helping people to let them struggle and live from the truth of who they really are so that they can live what I call from the four pillars appelt wealth lavin perfect self expression and they can live from here create their lives from here rather than from the pass the conditioning the dad the worry the fear all those familiar of feelings that are so prevalent Edmund now so they worked ideas based on spiritual childhood experience that I had out by sakes and that is facilitating my mission to nudge you into remembrance. Remembrance of the magnificence of reading are while in that that's important because when people are getting divorced. That's one of the primary times when they don't feel they're loved. They don't feel very very good about themselves and Allison..
"lecco" Discussed on Tara Brach
"Take the, the second you turn by then with with a an interest sensing, what is the presence? That's right here. This is where we're pondering as screener, circa, dot says were pondering feeling and happening sensing the presence, that's here. If there's nothing wrong. Who are we? For not believing that store anymore. There's no problem to solve. Who are you? And turning the attention back to awareness and just let go into whatever you sense, Lecco Embi that just be that formless present that undivided being..
"lecco" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Choosing to relax. Choosing to Lecco. To allow yourself. Taxed in this moment. I'm to count from ten to one. As I can't from ten to one. Allow yourself to move further and deeper into relax action. Deeper and deeper. Laxed. Safm. sex. Fire? Trai. To deeper and deeper relaxed. And. Feeling wonderfully relaxed now. Feeling safe and secure. You can allow yourself to simply relax. And receive these suggestions. Allowing these suggestions to sink sixty play into that part of your mind that knows how to make the changes that you desire. There are two types of people in the world. There are people that let life happen. And there are people that make my. You can make your life happen. No way that you choose. You can make the changes that you desire. And perhaps you've noticed that there's been a feeling. That there is a need, maybe in your body. Maybe in your mind. Maybe in your emotions. Now. You can accept process of change. At this is simply an opportunity to form a new pattern and to learn and to grow. You can now welcome at chain in tier liar. As you prepare for this process of change. You can remember back. Analyzing past changes that you've made. Observing that each change was simply a lesson to be learned. And it was necessary for your growth. And as you look back study. Those past changes. You can realize that often, what were the most difficult changes to make wherein truth, the greatest opportunities for personal growth. You. Instigator of change in your life. Rather than waiting for change to happen. You can initiate change. You can make it happen. You can move forward to change with positive realistic attitude and accept that each change brings with it levels of growth that are necessary and good for you to experience. You
"lecco" Discussed on More to Life with Faith and Lois
"For some of us who are working through issues that if it's too quiet. It's too much because then then I just with my. Thoughts. I'm just with me. That's too much. And so I want to watch something or listen to something, but to sit quietly and to have a little direction to a little guiding as to what to kind of place, your thoughts on was helpful. But boy, those first three minutes the very first time. I was shocked at where I ended up at the end of that three. Oh, I know. I mean, and it's amazing. How we didn't even know that they were extending the time but off it so good and just to have that place Lecco and just to be, and we are afraid of that of just being because sometimes we think are being is not enough. And that it's there's gotta be more to this. I cannot say this enough because I've been there. I remember time with my husband, and when we were dating he was so much into stillness and being able to do it. So well, and we were just sitting on the couch. This be quiet for a while. And I was quiet for maybe about a minute and a half. Half and the rob shin of a whole bunch of stuff started service, and I panicked. I literally had a panic attack. And that was a clue. Oh my goodness. Something hasn't been dealt with. And so in the silence, we think something like that could maybe grab us. And it's like, no, fortunately, you know, I knew it was a message, and I went, and I did the work around it. But I didn't know it was there. Yeah. But in the stillness it began to emerge. So don't fear it embrace it and go this is not a bad thing. This is something that's been hidden and the silence has brought it into revelation. Now, I can deal with it, and you can be free. So we would encourage you. And like I say not right now. But in a few minutes when we finish block three minutes. Yes today. Just, you know, look at three minutes, you can count up the seconds. If that's what you need. But think about three minutes with no connection. You could use this time of silence to walk in nature. So, but wherever you need to be where you don't have any connection a stimulus from the outside world that is trying to talk to you by a person or on your headphones or social media. However, you can do it start with three minutes and see what happens when you just give yourself silence, and whether or not you're able to think more deeply and more creatively because that's the goal or if nothing else you're able to listen, right better. Because you're given that space, and if you can try three minutes today when you can master that and not feel like you're going to have a panic attack. Because you might the first time. I mean, I think many people sitting in that room the first time we did three minutes was like, oh my goodness. And by the end when we were doing ten minutes. It was joke. Like, oh, we all just sat here we really did. And we we made it through. But maybe then the following day, you could try five minutes, and then take a break and talk all you want for the next couple of days and then. Extended..
"lecco" Discussed on Tara Brach
"And like the fear of failure just wide enough to remember that this isn't not year fear of missing out. It's the fear of missing out. It's part of the mammalian brain to seek gratification. To want to make sure to get rewards. And you're bearing witness to how this human self is when caught in this conditioning. So bring some kindness to it. I here's the important thing to know about working with fourth and foam. Oh, and that is that while each of them has the kind of conditioning that if we get caught in it. It keeps us small keeps us from really evolving and experiencing our full potential. Each is also a portal that if we deepen our attention actually brings alive that potential. That if we deepen our attention when we're caught in the fear of failure. When we're caught in that fear of rejection of missing out, not of missing out in the sense of fear of missing out. But of getting cut off from what we love the likely love, the more we deepen attention to the more. We discover a kind of timeless belonging. The takes us beyond that fear and with foam. Oh, the more. We get in touch with that fear of missing out on that wanting for gratification the more we discover that what we wanted is always here, and we tap into an absolute infinite. Flow of creativity of dynamism. So let me just ring this ground, the salon a few examples. One woman I was working with that was dealing with the fear of failure. This was at a retreat on the west coast and African American woman at a it was a month long retreat. So it was a real intensive one. And she was encountering a lot of fear and insecurity about falling short about rejection from those really not feeling intimate and connect with those. She loved being rejected, and she was being really really brave in our we'd worked together, and she would contacted fully because the basics of meditation have two pieces one is that to be mindful of what's here to evolve out of a sense of fear. You need to contact it yet the touch directly, it's like breathing and fuel it. She was doing that. She was feeling, but you also have to be able to hold it in like your breathing out in a larger space. So it can transform and unfold. This is the way of Lucien works. It doesn't get rid of something. You don't get rid of the reptilian brain you included in the mammalian and the primate brain. They're embedded you don't get rid of fear. You included in a larger space of crashes. So she was working with it and contacting contacting trying to print care too. But it was really strong. Well, one of our introduce she came in with a really cheerful smile. And I said, you know, kind of what happened and she said, well, I went to church this morning. Well, if you know anything about these retreats, you don't leave campus. Sorry is kind of surprise. She goes. Oh, yeah. I went to church, and we sang the gospel was rich, and it was beautiful, and I was thinking to myself. Okay. Well, I'm pragmatic of this is what worked you know, that she went off to church, okay? Because she was really glowing. So I was trying to imagine it that she was leaving and getting a car going on a highway because we're it gets very quiet these month longer treats. But anyway, I kind of Lecco and she goes on. Oh, I was this is what she said. I was feeling that same fear and feelings of failure. I told you about while I was at church, and I was praying to be able to love myself, and then I seen gospel. I rap Jesus like a shawl around me, and the piece just filled my heart, and I haven't taken the Shaw that that loves warming me out. So it was with this inner Joel I realize that she had gone to church in an energetic metaphor way, she had not left campus, and that she had been blessed. She had touched grace because she had connected with what's called the second win the first wing. She's already doing she was contacting the fear of failure. But the second wing is is holding it in a larger space of caring. So our identity shifts were no longer a victim of the fear..
"lecco" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"If that's African a really pay off, or if that's going to lead to to money or away of monetize it down the road, a sustainable way. This is the Facebook factor that will get into it said that the staff was Lecco, I think just to be accurate you resigned right before that knowing this was knowing this was the end. I'm not sure I'm not sure my options were were I had a lot of options to that the court hike who is the publisher. And I both resigned prior to the to the layoffs and was that one of those resigning in protest because you know, they were doing the wrong thing sort of thing in in my case, I was more a resignation knowing that my entire staff was going to be let go, and I don't know. Why would you stay? Yeah. You said the Washington Post afterwards. It was a gutty experience. What what led to that moment went when the sap was laid off. You mean like the moments leading up to it? What were the, you know, looking back now as later what were the the primary reasons? I think it's somewhat complicated. It always is. No, no, single one issue. I think you know, the way it's been reported. And you know, my one regret as sort of a is executive editor, you always wanna have a better window into the finances of their company, if it's a private company, you really want to try to get as much info as you can as it turns out, I think we were we were far more reliant on Facebook contract that that we had video on their watch platform new show magazine program than than I recognized. And so when that we found out that wasn't going to be renewed. And it's just been reported by the information that Facebook's going to further cut back on its on its investments to news websites for video. Yeah. Into be clear not to to to blame Facebook for this. Because I think I was always under the impression that this was a contract that that. Was under under kind of constant review. But I I, you know, when when we found out, and I think we got kind of a solid from Facebook from somebody that it wasn't going to be renewed. Again. Some a heads up that set a number of dominoes in play. We were being looked at for an acquisition. I know by number of companies that was very a big part of our draw was that contract. So when that left the acquisition offers appeared to and part of the some relying on reporting that I trust from other people in my own inside knowledge. But I personally report a lot of this out. But that put the acquisition offers on ice. And then you know, it turns out we just didn't have much of a runway that was a big part of our revenue stray him in. When that went away for thing had to go, I to it makes me wonder if the valuation of Mike, you know, it'd been reported out there after taking on what sixty million dollars in venture capital money over the years. Is that Mike was valued at one hundred million dollars and call and that was just like eighteen months ago or twenty months ago, a hundred million dollar valuation was that just a Maraj?.
"lecco" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I'm very negative when he's. When he's going go out of style. I think it's just like I'm not going to be I'm not relevant to today's comedy. But the cool thing about his optimistic view of comedy. Is that like, you know, I think a lot of people would like it to be that way would like it to be, you know, like this pure form of of, you know, just like a a way away for people to like, you know, Lecco, and whatever, but I I don't see much of that now anymore. I see that like for our fans the ones who know what we do and kind of get what we do. And what we what we're trying to do. This is really for them. You know? And if the other people find this and agree with that. Then I'm totally for it. But I totally understand when people get upset and all that kind of stuff, but it's not, you know, I'm kind of like towards the end of it instead of towards the beginning of comedy. I mean, but that's what that's how I look at it. Well, listen, I just bought it. And I'm where I'm Bobby olive garden in to us as talks like he's death of a salesman, but he gets fitted. He's always rushing. Has a new brand new show on Netflix? He just bought a giant brand new apartment brand new apartment. You. Sure now. Unit. Wait, hold on a second. Wait. I want to ask about politics on. I don't I don't not. He has the politics. He's a big last thirty years. Yes, is really the first time politics became like people would just get up. Like fuck you. I'm out of here and the leave right? I don't know about that. But I will say one thing I think my great great grandfather rose mouser general during the civil war. He had some similar issues. Mexican sixty. He would go into a slave material and the confederate walkout. And. You know, what I was gonna say is that when I first started it was three political comics three of them, and nobody if anything. Claim watches, right. Mark twain. Sir. John nicolas. Now, those three three people did it. And then now everybody does it now. Everyone's a political, you know, satirists to whatever it is. And it's funny. How you know the audience is definitely there's an oversaturation of that. But just from going from like with that was always almost like a novelty a niche to now it's like everybody has to has to weigh in on. It is pretty amazing. You know, it's surprising. I was watching a there's this movie about Gary Hart called the front runner. Yeah. I heard about that that there's a scene when after the scandal breaks Gerhardt's watching the tonight show and Carson comes on and does a couple of jokes about him and it carries. So that's when he realizes the significance of what had happened trying to think like there's no centralist like that anymore with comedy because even like the stuff, you guys are doing your fans are gonna come to it, and you might be able to pull and some other people. But for the most part you have your turf over here. Other people have their turn Cobra sister, right? There's no Walter Cronkite. There's no Johnny come. He knew thing, and I guess Twitter. And if stuff gets re tweeted, I guess what that is. Absolutely, right. Like, johnny. Carson would be like the final voice of the night to weigh in on it. He weighed in was a big deal. It's like oh shit. Johnny Carson's make ya. He also he also had his like a line in the sand. Like, he wouldn't talk about the Vietnam war one way or the other..
"lecco" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"Oh, so you fish undermined. The to bind is the sequel way. Take on the history of mine. Gone minds around. Matt wanna know when they? The sex of. Who at least? One of the ground. Should apologize twenty not is listening but fucking guarantee? My with a bunch of. It is. On the stairs. Shade. That's what it's about the unmapped mind is out. Now, always say the publisher. But I never because never goes everybody Random House it. It's it's pay would the at the same time is up. Like, a subset. Is an imprint k. I don't know. Lovely cover. It's hunt. Only bloom so that very mainly. That's lovely words in it Dubai. Volk? What's get literally judging book? Face Marianna frost Trump. I've got sick nailed. All right. Okay. Saying when you can Ryan's the truth about Christian. Wow. That book and you. Did you write it? Sarah's. At least that you. Yeah. Show. What I forget. Yeah. On the way on ESPN. Books. The power behind the wheel sounds like Frederick Forsyth book is kind of posted and kind of like, you know. How? Game of thrones. With my. Thank you very much for listening on comedy show up and down the country. We may even come to Scotland. Who knows Abbott will be leased of asking. Honestly, it's a long way to control I take get some. But we still love you. Please rate review and subscribe to the podcast find you on the internet ura gave it don't. Manage Twitter handle. Two. Crates cold dominant dominance. Words, terry. Radio. Find that these shit. Thank you, say say. Until next time. My mind. No, my parents. That sounds familiar. We've all got Helen do you like trains. No, I do. And do you like toys that will keep your toddler entertained while you have a nice sitdown? Oh, yes. Then you're like the new Lecco Duclos team train. It's gonna push go motor so little shuffle. Make go on a firm hold makes it stop. I heard there are five colored action bricks to that's right watch the train react differently depending on which is placed on the track sell blown to the lights on and off pools.
"lecco" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"When they go in there. Lot of rings and it's like a real Hollywood night out. I highly highly suggested. You know, LA is like famous for like, hey, hey, bro. Is going to flip Bob's and tease you. I don't. I don't care. He got off the beaten. I don't care. We're back here. It's just only need is ten and a little bit of concealed boom out at tom-tom. Everybody puts an effort upscale. Okay. One more question. We're gonna bring it back to Bravo to get everyone ready for play-by-play Bravo. Is there any Bravo showed that you don't watch or you don't like. Such a great question and really the first time I've gotten it and I have to be super careful answering this. What am I gonna say. What are you gonna say, I'll get to go with it. I did not watch one episode. I yes, sure to Rome with love. No, actually that was a pretty and my friend, Brian, he is fucking obsessing, swears to Rome with love is the best Sean today to Rome was pretty cool. Pretty cool. Married to medicine is some pretty high drama, no there and saying it's a good shape challenge to show. Let me just tell you last season. A couple was an had announced they were getting divorced during the reunion and everyone was crying and upset and the whole reunion turned on them and beg them to get stay together and they stayed together. Honestly, my wife and I might just go to American medicine reunion just to like yet work on our marriage. They're like, they're really a housewives gets tired also in until it's also a very, it's crazy. 'cause they're doctor actual duct, their real life doctors. It's not like fake doctor's like saying their doctors, like, I'm the doctor of love, like sailor like Lecco Ross Keller. He's. HT's doctor. Well, I mean, if you do have a right, if you do have a doctorate, you can't call yourself real talk to these are like medicine practicing doctors and dentists and stuff, but it's an quite possibly the most volatile show on. Bravo. Like the fights are fights like altercations this crazy. But was she says you too much. You know what. Operate skiing. Oh man, it's somebody I whatever that a show like word came up with that idea. No, no. It's obviously like that was not one of the shows Andy like produces. Honestly, if I gave it like literally minutes and I was like, no, I'm not doing it up. No one cares. No one cares about you up ski that. So financial, I think you were going to say, but that was epic answer. Shake you for being.
"lecco" Discussed on The Pulse
"Joe Hernandez covers the state for WHYY and he's been looking into this issue. Hey, Joe. So what is this algorithm being used in New Jersey courts and how does it work? So it's called the pretrial risk assess. Or the PSA and it came on the scene last year after New Jersey, basically scrapped cash bail and switched to a system that says before a criminal trial defendants will either be confined to jail or Lecco lie. Did they get rid of cash bail? Well, the thinking was that it was unfair that a lot of people couldn't afford their bail and would spend months in jail before their trial where they could eventually be found not guilty of the crime anyway. So instead of setting bail at a certain amount judges now have to decide if you're in or you're out until you're trial. So the state said, okay, let's use this computer algorithm to help judges make those decisions and evaluate defendants. So what does the the actually take into account, right? So it takes into account things like your age, current charges, previous convictions. It crunches those things together in a database with thousands of other cases. And then it gives you two scores. One says, if we let you go, how likely are you to commit a crime while you're out on release? And the other says, if we let you go, how likely are. You to show up for future court date. Now, judges don't have to row based on these scores, but they're meant to be used as a guide is the idea that the algorithm is better at this? Yeah. I mean, these computers have hundreds of thousands of cases that they study reams of data and they're able to see patterns that regular humans like us aren't able to detect. I talked to UPN criminologist Richard Burke about this. He says, it's proven that algorithms help eliminate biases that we all have and they're just better at making predictions that's been demonstrated since the nineteen eighties. What they compare is clinical judgments. People sitting around a table no matter what their expertise against even very simple statistical tools. And in cognitive psychology, it's well known that the simple statistical tools are outperform humans..
"lecco" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"Yeah and so when you're saying very shan you're talking to you about even within your own life not variation within humidity's this people doing things that also you know in your unlikely ideally reading season we wouldn't eating thinking all here we would be picking up different micronutrient ranges throughout the year because the soil is doing different things different heavier most of us don't really have the ability to fully easy just really hard to compress but like that way to you in life has its own cycles i'm starting to recognize that i know that it's easiest sort of be like well i picked something up i did it for a while i enjoyed in the nice stopped enjoying it now i'm a failure but really it's it's nology something's just have seasons and variation is okay in you know i've cycled through all types of exercise that i enjoy and then i stop enjoying in the ninety thing and in i think it used to feel like oh i just i must should've stuck with that like no why be a quitter but it's okay and who was it we're listening to a podcast recommended regarding said he doesn't finish in books that don't interest him you know that he doesn't feel obligated to finish every book to because he picked it up i was like wow i mean i sort of do i i look at all this listening pick up in a month real this but really if i if the main idea already or maybe it didn't apply to that in my life it's okay to lecco cinco and and into the into embrace variation as just part of life ending is also to require them the mindsets i ever chain really hard to instill in our children which is like it's okay to try thing and either fail them or decide or try in overcoming but that like experiments for okay you don't have to guaranteed all gonna work out or if it is exactly the right path for you like you don't need to know that at the first step is to take a fee sets and evaluate from their tests if you have it all apart.