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Santa Ana winds to bring fire danger to Southern California

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Santa Ana winds to bring fire danger to Southern California

"Red flag warnings of extreme fire danger go into effect for a large swath of southern California with Santa Ana winds developing Santa Ana winds blow from the interior toward the coast that creates potentially critical fire conditions with the combination of vegetation withering low humidity and powerful gusts especially below mountain passes and canyons the Santa Anas will affect the region from Ventura county northwest of Los Angeles down to the Mexico border through the holiday and into the weekend cal fire captain Fernando Herrera tells KESQ crews are on twenty four hour call those guys are staying at a fire station they're sleeping there and they're ready to go the winds could also bring blackouts southern California Edison is considering shutting off electricity to more than seventy six thousand customers to avoid power lines sparking wildfires that has Linda Lincoln's in riverside county worried about her thanksgiving dinner hopefully we'll we'll go out and train I'm Ben Thomas

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"linda lincoln" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

Mile Hi Radio

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"linda lincoln" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

"That's awesome. What parts of the world? Are you in right now? I'm in Montreal Canada in which of your talent Macron responsible I connecting at this specific time in history. Okay. So I guess I is Curry's ity super curious, and I'm also super passionate people. So if I'm not thinking, I've heard both gust to it with McAfee, she's from Trulia, and that's why I think the connections was made only super cool argue the both of you your your first and last name. Call. Within the Lincoln spears? You guys definitely beings. Amusing things like you can sit. Aye Lincoln Luca. Right. I. Actually, I just had an amazing Niger's today here in Montreal where we've met, you know, for Lincoln local Montreal it's the six episode, and it was amazing because people really enjoy the experience we had to fix super nice speakers som- super proud and super happy that we deliver this experience for the people here in Montreal. Who did you learn that curiosity part of who you are from? I thought about it. And I think my father is responsible for us kill somehow curiosity and being open to other cultures. Being humble and trying to learn from others been passionate about other cultures. I think it's mainly for my father. I had many experiences in my life. I I want to other twenty-five countries today. I'm like world traveler. But the thing, but I am bashing ball about his humans and cultures. I'm not the kind of people, you know, when he troubles goes to the same Hiltons, and you know, kind of hotels, I like very real rough connection with the locals, so I think that and my father helped me a lot in understanding that Gino rational and being super close to people in countries gives you the real field. Right. Like, we go to stay with individuals that were on the podcast, and that in itself created an entirely new experience where we could teast things that we wouldn't have tasted in a bed and breakfast or just doing the hotel. Right. Exactly thing it it was it was really great and to see family interactions as well. That was great as well. It's amazing. You know? Now in Montreal. But I'm originally from Julia North Africa. And imagine once I think in total in Africa one to eight or nine countries. But the first time I flew, for example to. In the middle of Africa. I can say about it's economically approved country, but very rich in history in in humans. So imagine what I ride there in booking the capital Ouagadougou. It was so different from my control. Julia. I almost said to know to my team because I was at that time, you know, what we should record everything from. Because I thought okay, so different. I was like some some house care. You know, what happened just then days after? It's empty now. My favorite country. People looking on my favorite humans on earth. I really really appreciate them. They're so smart. So kind to have Dessange kind of curiosity in. Oh, they they were telling me things about my country history. So I was like, whoa. What's this? So this wasn't like an eight opener for me. To be more humble. And to try to understand others are not like judge from the first experience. All first time, you met someone as wonderful Noto what you do professionally. What has you goings all of these places? Actually, I had many things in my life until Dante today. I I started as a journalist in algebra. I did also some. As. A reporter so do reporter. And then I went to the study seen in my in France. So I was I turned like to filmmaker and documents we filmmaker and in that specific time of my life where I traveled a lot and one day somehow our know how this happened, but I got an assignment from brand to create a video, and this brand is Nike. So I went through inexperience where I had to take care of the marketing in geria- for Nike and this led to six years experience with Mikey. And the last time I worked for Nike was in two thousand seventeen I was regional marketing manager all the whole North Africa. So for three countries. I never ever imagined myself to work in marketing. But let's you know, when you are curious, you don't say, no. From the Thursday video to Nike or Nike. I I was like hired. And and then I was I got like more responsibilities. And so. That's good. Welcome people. Good, sir. Connected with you crime, Oxley everywhere. My main playground is linked because now I'm here in Montreal. I don't work anymore with Nike as I said last time was in two thousand seventeen I decided with my wife today migrate here in Canada. And I work at the chamber of commerce of Montreal. And also, I am as an entrepreneur. I do. As a coach, and as a consultant in marketing, and as a trainer as Linda Lincoln and personal branding trainer was wonderful wonderful. I'm glad to hear all you've accomplished. It seems to be a conversation over a Cup of coffee, and let's say three hours. Yeah. On conversation likely what I actually one of the last projects I launched in Montreal. Called cafe in caffeine, like what we like in coffee. But also, it's the both words in from Lincoln and Kathy in French. We say Kofi, Kathy. So cafe in and it's video series where I meet people with home. I have a connection online, but I invite them for coffee. So we take it off flying. We take to real not just a connection and not like vanity metrics. Imagine how many people, you know, on Lincoln. So from this I did like, many mazing meetings and coffee in. So now, I'm thinking of launching the broadcast were I also meet and share this experience. I can finish sentence because I love when I'm listening to podcast, and I hear backroom songs at cafe you get that. Right. The charter the knocking of the Cup and you get to like one to experience definitely when we will in one year. Like, I remember vividly the bags of coffee beans as we walked into the cafe it was beautiful. It was rural. I was and again one show itself is beautiful added to the coffee that we had. Yeah. It's amazing more friends his watch we've blue in processed foods than second segment, but I'd like now to invite you into my time machine.

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