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"lonelier" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Here's what helps, according to experts, by Terra law. On the pandemic first began, many experts feared that even people who managed to avoid the virus would suffer from unprecedented levels of loneliness. What would happen when millions of people were told to stay at home and distance themselves from friends and loved ones? Two years of research later, experts have found that the pandemic did make Americans slightly more lonely, but loneliness levels were already dire enough to pose a threat to mental and physical health. Here's what you need to know about loneliness and how to address it in your own life. Who got lonelier during the pandemic? Across the U.S. and European populations, the differences in loneliness before and after the pandemic are small. One meta analysis published this year by the American psychological association, analyzed 34 studies conducted before and during the pandemic that were focused on loneliness, an emotional state distinct from anxiety or depression that signals when social needs aren't being met. Researchers found about a 5% increase in loneliness during the pandemic. The increases are so tiny. And they actually don't mean anything clinically at all, says Pamela qualter, a professor at the university of Manchester in the UK who studies loving us. But who was not involved in the research. Given that we were all at home for big lengths of time, I think it showed how people are really resilient. They worked out ways to manage that loneliness. But even if the pandemic era increases are small, loneliness is still a major issue. One Harvard survey conducted during the pandemic found that 36% of Americans, which includes 61% of young adults ages 18 to 25, feel lonely, frequently, or almost all the time. Other research during the pandemic found significant increases in loneliness among groups already at higher risk for it, including low income people, and those with mental health conditions. Young people who tend to be lonelier than those in middle age also became more lonely. There are likely multiple reasons why young people seem to suffer from a lack of social connection, says Julianne holt lunstad, Professor of psychology and neuroscience at Brigham young university, and a longtime loneliness researcher who was not involved in the study. Older people may have developed better coping skills over their lifetimes to deal with stressful periods, she says. Young people may also feel pressure to have expanding social circles, a hard bar to clear during a pandemic, and some may struggle if they feel like their relationships fall short. That could be part of the reason social media may make people more lonely, she says. If you see everybody else looking much more social than you are, you may be less satisfied with your own social.
"lonelier" Discussed on WTOP
"O P. News. This is a Bloomberg money minutes over the past year, the pandemic with its lockdowns and work from home orders made a lot of us lonelier. And that helped prompt a boom in demand for pets. Wow, we were a covid beneficiary where a bit of a unicorn because we also come out of Covid stronger. Ron Coughlin, CEO of Petco says Americans adopted or bought roughly three million new pets last year. Pet care Cos That's the gift that keeps on giving those pets. They're going to need to be fed. They're gonna need to be grown. They're going to be vaccinated, and that's going to lift the category for a decade or more. Pet care retailers see the same trend as other types of retailers. More money moving to online merchants. But conference says pet stores can remain relevant. 39% of customers are actually Omni Channel, which means yes. Sometimes they want to go to e commerce. But other times they want to go into one of our locations. It might be to get groomed it might be to see it. That the key conferences is to keep offering what the Internet can't from the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Andrew Rodeo on W T O P. It's 7 26 coming up. Six people shot in Northwest EC. Three of them died and police are looking for suspects business. It's never just another day. Every day is the day There's the day you open your 500 location or expand to a new city the day you deliver a make or break pitch from 1000 Miles. Miles away, or the day that you have to start at all all over.
"lonelier" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Lord uh the armstrong and getty show contest on the way home today Even though unvaccinated a partially just i want to see if it still in place the way it was before the cova testing. Because i'm we're paying a lot of money for that. Oh yeah there's one closer to where i live and i've never seen a lonelier couple of human beings and the people man in that station nobody ever go. Yeah and i know. At least the one i go to. They're getting eighteen dollars an hour nurse. Maybe thirty people. They're standing around doing nothing everytime cow all day public. Yeah so i. I meant to bring you the story. Earlier i apologize. It's taking this long but approximately two dozen. Us intelligence officials in vienna have reported symptoms of illness. That is consistent with havana syndrome. You know that the set of neurological symptoms that officials and experts believe is the result of microwave radiation attacks nba. Us officials say the number possible new cases in the austrian capital. Which has long been a nexus of us and russian. Espionage is now graded than the number reported by officials in any city except for event itself. Were the first cases were reported according to the new yorker and again we now know that this is what they think it is. It's a ray to try to lift information out of your laptop or your phone and it also scrambles your brain. We are always looking at in the past as it was a evil weapon to scramble people's brains now it's a byproduct of trying to steal info from your laptop and i would guess that they'd rather it didn't scramble your brains that nobody would have ever figured out right. Got this rate where they can lift info out of your laptop. Yeah i remember. When i came to light you and i were asking well. Why would they do this to diplomats. Not getting anything done in particular alert the world that they had this capability. Why wouldn't they trust in a test tested on their own dissidents. Some explains it. Because that's not the point. How scary is that. They've got some sort of that. You could be walking through a hotel room for outside the hotel they can lift the in fall out of your phone or your laptop. The report said cia director. William burns was personally engaged in the situation that he privately called the incident attacks. Lots of tie. Intense headaches loss of balance issues tax smithers neurological. Damage lasted years in some cases or was permanent. Enforce those who were attacked to retire. bomb they think the gr you though secret. Russian military unit is The most prominent suspect in the investigation. But they do not have a smoking gun or a warring microwave or or anything else. I wonder if this'll end up being some sort of scrambling your brain weapon to kind of like viagra was a blood pressure medicine. Hey turns out it gives you erections. They came up with this thing. The lift information on your laptop hates scrambles people's brains to from you know a mile away lovely thanks putin. Hey kids it's that time again. With armstrong getty. Here's your host for final thoughts joe. Cia officers described. hearing loud. noises similar to cicadas. that followed them from room to room. They said that when they went outside the sounds would immediately stopped stop. They described feeling as if they're standing in a beam of energy operating. Let's go to final thought from everybody on the crew michelangelo pressing the buttons fire way. Dan listeners check out our to of today show in jack discusses nineteen seventy s. tv brands. And tomorrow joe discuss popular. Vcr's from the eighties go. I can't wait to panasonic now. That was a good unit. Alex is quarantined. Jack debbie funnel fits in with that and some other things. We read about the possible mutations of this. I know a lot of year sick and hear about in cope. I'm sick of talking about kobe. I'm thinking about. I might be done with the covert but the copland is not done with us. I agree with hugh hewitt and today's washington post. The kobe is not done with this. Let's beat it while we got it down. Let's get vaccinated and get this damn thing behind us. Yeah i'm going to share my final thought that that that great editorial i was reading something i didn't get to. There is no greater barrier to understanding than the assumption that the standpoint which we happened occupy is a universal one. Meaning just because you see it. That way doesn't mean everybody does. everybody should the hedgehogs. most profound character defects are moral vanity and self righteousness. yes indeed. Sonic the hedgehog's like that when he's going after the evil jim carey in the movie moral vanity and self righteousness yes armstrong and getty rattigan grueling four hour workday so many people so little time. Good armstrong and getty dot com. Pick yourself up. And i'm back snow. Mask t shirt or the red white and blue a and logo email us assembly. We ought to be talking about mailbag armstrong and getty dot com. Yeah i don't know if. I can still wear my. I'm vacs no mask shirts. Because i'm not sure that applies everywhere anymore anyway. We'll see you tomorrow. God bless america. I'm strong and that is the climax of foolishness. Do not know what you're talking about. I'm gonna call my lawyer gun. Apologize in advance for any mean ugly accurate things. I'm about to say let's go. The buying taco bell is warning of menu disruptions caused by shortage of ingredients. How do you run out of feral. Cats humor humor. Attorneys for taco bell parody not meant seriously armstrong and getty a friends armstrong and getty. Here and mike lindell ian veteran. Ceo of my pillow wants to give back to our listeners. You can get great discounts on all my pillow products right now at mypillow dot com click on the radio listener special. 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"lonelier" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST
"As well. But i always said i always said i felt like i met someone new. Didn't need me at all. Brian by when i met her she had friends car. You know a life dog a job during business. All these things. And i was also had almost the same staff by and we didn't necessarily need one another need need. Horiuchi wasn't relying on me for anything. If i wasn't in the picture maybe wouldn't have. It would have been lonelier have had the friendship that we have wife were gone on and there was something really magical about being completely independent and yet going through life together in that manner. Yeah yeah finding this subtle ways to merge that home will you did a beautiful job describing what it is to not have to work on problems primarily not such your perfect country do in a more money away but primarily you get to work on had. How do we really sweeten the pot. That's fine and then spread york to spread cool. Thank you won't sell much both mr dog and brad and leslie. This was amazing. I really appreciate you opening up being vulnerable like that and letting us alert listeners. Learned from you thank you. Did you enjoy that episode. Personal favor and scribe and leave a review. It would mean a lot to me. Thank you so much and have an awesome day..
Effects of Social Media on Self-Esteem with Dr Lori Whatley
"Media is really starting to have an impact on on self esteem especially younger people And the almost to the point of making them somewhat delusional about the world that they live in and other people. So you know it's been linked as said to higher levels of of of you know self esteem along with loneliness envy anxiety depression and narcissism. So why are we so addicted to social media if it causes all of these issues dr wildly. How can we stop it. How can we. What can we do. You know it is so true. We there are a lot of research and more and more every day coming out about how we are affected but people people don't really put the two together they they don't realize that their anxiety and their question is is due to their online usage something lonelier because at first glance it looks like you know the world is out there living this amazing social life which is exactly the opposite of the person that scrolling through social media usually and and that's like to stay on that slippery slope things diety and and those things you mentioned and as i said most of us just don't relate that negative feeling that we're having To the social media usage but we have research that don't like the to. yeah. I mean i You know i just. I think a couple months ago got an instagram on my own personal one. I've only got like nine nine post on there so far. But i did it because i was almost forced to like you have to do it. Social media is so important. You know if you if you're on radio or whatever just just in business. In general social media is important for your advertisers. And all these things that you have to interact interact with if you own a business. But i don't like it. I never have. I was probably one of the last businesses to to get on social media. I fought it for years And so i'm way behind the game and you know what dr wildly don't care. I really don't care. is that a. Is that a bad thing. No absolutely not i. I understand what you're saying. I know when. I wrote my second book to find a as i was looking for a publisher. That was one of the questions. They all wanted like. Do you have a social media platform. Just you're writing a book about Media that it's not helpful though I get what you're saying. But but i think it's really helpful for us to hold on to our our values and what we know into typically that we need. And you know you you can do what i do and have someone else Manager social media if it becomes too much for you. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah no. I have someone but i even feel guilty about having them having to be on social media all the time. I just don't like it. I don't think it's healthy at all a little bit a little bit of something. I guess is okay junior. I'm going to pull you into this. How do you feel about social media. You've got two young daughters like me. Years are a little bit younger but do you like them being on social media and do you see it becoming potentially a a problem in their lives. So i'm kinda split on a two. Because i need social media for what i do as far as work goes But and i. I see that social media like the there is some good things so we do for my daughter's as we have the passwords to all their accounts So we get notifications just like they do if anybody tries to message them With they're not allowed to accept friends unless we see first We just had to put some restrictions on it and and we do check and we randomly check and they know that. So you know that. I think that's just what you have to do as a parent you kind of have to police their pages i. It's kinda hard to to completely take it away. 'cause they'll find a way. I mean kids. I have a friend whose daughter found a way to make fake accounts and they you know they they do things to get around so i i i. I don't wanna like tell them they can't do it but they do know that. I'm watching Your oldest did you thirteen. She just turned thirteen. She's from fourteen fourteen. Okay and minus sixteen going on seventeen and so they're very close in age and it does get more difficult to to manage it or oversee as they get a little older you want them to be more independent. You don't want them clinging to you Because you just want you wanna have confident and independent children so it is a very difficult line to walk. Dr wildly suggest that parents do well. I think is a very important part of parenting now and in this new digital environment that has become paramount in our world so we we need to Be educated on the things that can happen. And we need to educate our children and they need to understand that yes we are going to parent them responsibly. Around this i love the things that junior said that they are doing and there are many at now that you can get you know to monitor what's going on with your kids on social media and to block out offensive Website and whatnot because you we need to be aware there are some stories right now in the media about things going on that started on social media and it's really scary like what for example. Well i this one of the things that what predators how determined you know. Yeah who are who are out there posing as someone completely different than who they actually are and once story out there is of an actual predatory. Was you know pain to the home of a child an underage minor. And you know so. This is really frightening. Yeah it is frightening. You know it's so you know to go back to what we originally What i asked you about you know You know the higher levels of social media being associated with loneliness envy anxiety depression narcissism. What are some of the signs that social media is becoming an issue. Psychologically for not just a child but even an adult how do how do you know that you've you've entered into the danger zone if you will well the that. Social media's becoming a problem is when you know in in in the areas that you mentioned like loneliness and anxiety depression in the You know just like anything. We become addicted to be able to have import questions. Are we able to do without this are we. Okay with introducing balance. How much angst does it caused us to put this down and walk away from it for a while. Those are those are very telltale signs. If if we have a problem. Yeah i don't i think it's getting to the point almost like i don't know like it has with I gotta be very careful what i say here. I don't wanna. I don't want to come come off as i'm judging anyone but you know when when you put your picture out on social media and you've gotten to the point where you must put built around because nobody even knows what you look like really without a filter and there are so many of them That make you look younger. Make you look thinner. Make your you know your skin. Look amazing i mean it goes over basically as a swipe now as i understand it you can it can heighten your cheekbones. Make your lips fuller like change the tone of your skin your hair like all the stuff like why is that even necessary. Have we become a society. That is so shallow that we must see everyone at their best. Always like looking beautiful. Even if they're not really and say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We shouldn't even be at a point in our world where we're even looking at that anymore. But i don't know if that'll ever go away. I mean beauty something that we evaluate since the beginning of time right. Oh yeah but think of the thirty of what you just shared. I mean that that that's so sad. And and thank the pressure that is put on people especially teenagers vaults and what is the message that we are sending our young people with all these filters and whatnot. Yeah well it's it's certainly something that we all need to contemplate especially those that have
"lonelier" Discussed on WTOP
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"lonelier" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Data in Massachusetts adds more than 5600 cases and 74 deaths. It's estimated more than 98,000 people are coated positive across the state 2200 or in the hospital, 433 of them in ICUs. Hospitals across the country continue to struggle under a crush of new cases. ABC Zoran Shar reports the U. S nearing yet another major milestone as deaths is closer to 400,000. Across the country, hospitals are being pushed to the brink. In Georgia. One medical centers, ICU is at 200% capacity we're having to treat patients in the hallways and also in the ambulances. ICU capacity in some national hospitals down to 11% and here in California more than 500, people are dying. Daily states desperate to vaccinate as that highly contagious UK variant spreads across the country. That Varian considered more contagious, not more deadly than the strains we've been dealing with for the past year. The vaccine rollout continues at a pace far slower than Operation Warp, speed stated goals. Despite that, Dr Anthony Fauci says it is possible to meet the incoming administration's goal of vaccinating 100 million people in 100 days, the nation's top infectious disease expert says Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca are close to releasing the effectiveness data on their backs. Means that she will be serving as Biden's chief medical advisor on Cove. It 19 what the Boston Marathon postponed until we don't know when organizers you're trying out a new way to keep runners spirits up. Organizers of the Boston Marathon have launched a virtual athletesvillage in order to reproduce and try to keep alive at least some of the camaraderie of the real thing. The Boston Athletic Association says it's an attempt to keep runners connected while a date for the war. 125th marathon remains in limbo. Last April's race was canceled because of pandemic in tentatively rescheduled to sometime this autumn. But because of a surgeon covert 19 cases here in Massachusetts officials say they still can't say when in person racing can safely resume runners around the world are gathering in the virtual village to share training tips and encouragement. Sherry Small WBZ Boston's news radio. Community of Dan Verse loses the man who served on their police force for more than three decades. WBC's drama Holland is in Danvers and has more on the death of former police chief Patrick Ambrose, who had just retired earlier this month. Standing.
"lonelier" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Radio K O b, J A. M Austin, 5 90 A, M and K. 259 a. J. Austen £99.7. It's exactly what you'd expect from 2020. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. This is shaping up to be the deadliest year ever in the U. S Preliminary data show the U. S will top three million deaths this year for the first time on track for 400,000 mortgage eths than in 2019. That's well over 10%, which would be the biggest percentage increases the 1918 flu pandemic. Considering all that. This may not surprise you, Satur lonelier, endless grateful. That's how most Americans feel, According to a new survey from The Associated Press in O R. C Center for Public Affairs Research. Just 22% of Americans polled say they feel very or extremely festive this year. That's down from 49% a year ago. The pandemic is to be blamed for a lot of it. With about four in 10 Americans polls saying they're still intensely worrying that they or a family member will be infected. Roughly three quarters at least somewhat concerned boxes. Tony J. Powers, more health care workers will be vaccinated today is Madonna Doses arrive in hospitals across America. White House Task force, Dr Anthony Fauci and the head of health and human Services will also get a shot in the arm. Alex Cesar told Fox that Vaccine should also prevent the new, more contagious covert strain in Britain. In addition, it does not appear that this strain is any more severe. In terms of its impact on health from individuals. Congress has finally approved Mork Corona Financial Aid $900 Billion tied to Wanna have Trillion to fund the government. Most lawmakers voted Yes, including Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who told Fox it is targeted. If your family for you 2400 bucks out there. If you're about to lose your small business, you can get another round of P P. P loan. As for the payments, most Americans will get them. But anyone making at least $100,000 in income or double that for couples won't get anything. The package also offers extended and extra unemployment benefits. America's listening to Fox Tail VJ news time is now 902. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar Governor Greg Abbott is keeping the focus on Austin's crime rate. The governor says work continues on a plan to have the DPS take control of certain police operations. They proposal will be presented to the next session of the legislature that begins next month. Mayor Steve Adler says the governor is playing politics with this move, Mayor Adler says Austin has 16 more murders this year than last year, Adler says that's far below the increase. In Houston, Texas, health officials say the elderly will be included in the next round of vaccinations. Along with people who have serious medical conditions. That round should begin in a few weeks. 43 degrees get off two news on demand at news radio. K l b j dot com Welcome to the Todd and don show we're live. Join the conversation at 51283605 90. Now here are Todd and done. Was 903 Ton and don are out this week. So you have us. You got Eric out already. And Mark bless Spain. A here with you today. And of course, I know what I tried to tell you people some news and get you some current events and get us talking about that. But apparently I had a hot button issue. Ah, lot of people calling in and you know what? My phones are open. 5128360590. If you want to call, invent about anything, I'm here. I'll always be your shoulder to cry on John from Colleen. We were talking about Carl. Alleged debt and I accidentally talked about I was for getting rid of all the college debt and you wanted to call in and talk about what you got to say, man. Well, hey, I'm not sure I would you I don't know how we fix it. Out an educator, and I could tell you I have three examples I have right now. I was just at a friend's former students house last night. Whom he and his wife Each work a job and what they have to do is one month she pays her whole salary on his wounds. And put the minimum on hers, and then they have to flip flop it So right, So there's a hardship there because they're trying to do the right thing. But I also know that I think that maybe on these advanced degrees the Masters and the doctor Charles, maybe we should be paying for those. Mm. I'll give an example one of my former students was valedictorian and went to produce university and got to undergraduate degree in aeronautical engineering. Good. Then he decided he looked when he got money to live on and decide what the hell So he went in. He went to law school. Because he moved. Never have to pay it back. Hey, said his death episode in some animal Let me ask you this. We were talking little bit off the record a minute ago about the interest rates on loans. I was telling him back when I was in school, how high they were and they were saying, Hey, maybe that's what's making. You know, That's what's really eating people up. Do you know what the average interest rate is on a student on right now? It varies on organization, which you get it from. OK, Well, give me a range. We're talking about the letters. Right? Three. And 4%. We're talking somewhere in credit card rates. 20% unit you committed for three and four. Okay. Um, my My niece who is in education took alone. To get her doctor real and she took the money even though she had money and she's she's making money and education, and she utilized it to buy furniture for home. So it's not just about interest interest rolling people opening people up. It's just the base Malka loans. People just they're just getting himself in too deep. So you think it's all misuse? Or or do you think people are just ill informed on the career that they're trying to get into I think what happens is they get They get propagandized into having to get a degree from certain university. Because of the reputation that degree has and university has. Yeah. No, I think you're right. I think that was a good so, um yeah, so once they get into that, you know, I think they failed to realize. That that might get your first job After that. It's about productivity. Yeah, but they're still there. Still hammered with the debt. Well, I could tell you about when I went to law school when I got out there a lot of people a lot of debt, and that was before you could you know that the deaths were high, And of course, you know was going to pay your debt. You couldn't discharge in bankruptcy in a lot of people came out and said, I don't want to start. You want to be a lawyer or practice law Now I've got all this debt wrapped around my neck. What do I do? They were stuck. Yes, sir. In this case with this human did when he realized how much it was, he decided that he wanted to go into the priesthood. If he found out and this this would open a whole can of worms found out that talks right of parishioners would would, um, have to absorb the debt? His congregation? What? Really? Yes, yes, That's what they do. That's what they do. And David at well, sorry, but the kid found this out. And then what happened was when he applied. The Catholic diocese said no. Because your dad was too high. You have to work down your debt before we even consider that because he's over $225,000 in debt 23 year old man. Whoa, Wow, because he didn't figure he's after Young Con law school at Notre Dame. So you didn't figure out he had to pay it back..
AP-NORC poll: Virus-weary Americans less festive this year
"With the corona virus pandemic still reaching out of control a new poll shows Americans are less festive this year according to the poll by the Associated Press in O. R. C. center for public affairs research Americans are feeling a little sadder lonelier and less great for them last year just twenty two percent say they feel very or extremely festive this year down from forty nine percent last year about four in ten are still very worried about cold at nineteen and roughly three out of four or at least somewhat concerned that they or a relative will become infected the poll also finds only about half of Americans are ready to get vaccinated immediately my camp in Washington
"lonelier" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Stead Street. Laughter a dozen days nearly 700 Chicago area nursing home workers are headed back to work. A tentative agreement reached late last night. The Infinity workers went on strike about two weeks ago after being without a contract since June. Infinity owns 11 long term care facilities in Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Workers say pay chronic short staffing and lack of PPE were among their many concerns. Once again Yesterday, the number of coronavirus cases in Illinois popped over 10,000 WGN's Kim Gordon has more the Illinois Department of Public Health reporting 10,526 new cases in 148 additional death the number of deaths now closing in on a total of 13,000 since the beginning of the pandemic. The state positivity rate is 10.3%. As of last night over 5400 were in the hospital with covert 19 of those over 1100 were in the ICU and 703 patients on ventilators. Kim Gordon WGN news. Meanwhile, Illinois State officials are putting together a plan to distribute a covert 19 vaccine w G, W G and TVs. Gaynor Hall has more. The very first vaccinations will be dedicated. To hospitals and health care workers in the 50 counties with the highest death rates per capita. The counties with the highest death rates include suburban Cook, DuPage cane Lake Will and Kankakee governor Pritzker says Illinois could receive an initial shipment of more than 100,000 doses of covert 19 vaccine, possibly the week after next. The governor says the state has following federal guidelines for distributing the vaccine with health professionals and nursing home residents. Part of what's called Phase one. A State police investigating a deadly shooting yesterday on the eastbound lanes of I Tune Idea Canal. The eastbound lanes were closed for about four hours. WGN's Brana to multi reporting from the cities near West Side. Our cameras have caught a few different vehicles that may somehow be.
"lonelier" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"245,000 jobs in November. The Labor Department reports has smallest increase in seven months amid the Surgeon Cove in 19 cases, more coronavirus cases and death records are being made. Health officials confirm 217,664 new cases. 2879 more deaths yesterday. US also set a new record for hospitalizations Has 100,667 Americans were receiving coronavirus treatment in hospitals. US has added an additional new million Cove. It cases in less than a week in the CDC is adjusting. Prediction says necessary more from Mike Power. The effect of Thanksgiving is going to be realized two weeks from now, literally as we're getting into the traveling season for Christmas and Hanukkah, and because we've not yet seen the total effect of Thanksgiving travel, the CDC says to prepare for a daily death toll, expected to stay well over 2000 hospitalizations in cases are also expected to increase the CDC death forecast per day. It's that the U. S death toll could rise between 303 and 329,000 by December 26th and that's caused Robert Redfield, the director of the CDC to warn that the U. S. Could see a death toll of nearly 450,000 by February looks like finds her won't be shipping out as many Corona virus vaccine doses his plan more from Tom Roberts, the drugmaker reportedly had to cut the number and half after finding raw materials and early production that didn't meet its standard. First shipment will be delivered December 15th and the company is said to be on track to have 1.3 billion doses next year. I'm Tom Roberts, the teenager accused of killing two people during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has been ordered to stand trial on homicide charges. No. She county court commissioner ruled there's enough evidence to warrant a trial. 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of shooting three people, two of them fatally during the August protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Michael Kastner. NBC NEWS radio I Heart.
Build Your Own Peer Leadership Community
"My guest today is blind. Roberts McKay. Climbed named one of Canada's top women entrepreneurs at the twenty eighteen rb see Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards is the founder and president of the roundtable, an award winning company or leaders cultivate their leadership together. A self professed leadership Junkie Glenn has written for publications including the Globe and Mail hr edge and Canadian manager, and is a popular speaker to audiences across Canada, the US and Europe. She's the author of the Grassroots Leadership Revolution. which published in May of twenty twenty. Thanks so much for joining me today blind. And so happy to be here Diane. Thank you for having me. I. Am thrilled to have you here. We're going to be talking about. Here leadership communities which is just such an incredible concept and so. I I WANNA. Jump right in. I am curious why you think creating a community of support is. So important for leaders today. Ya and I mean really for me. And this started when I I had a job in my early thirties where I was managing partner for a consulting firm here in Toronto and the owner affirm was a member of appear community. Maybe than some of your listeners are familiar with a group called the young presidents. Organization or why Peo- and at the time I had never heard of these kinds of groups. You know before and got really curious about peer groups in general and was working with leaders who were categorized by their organizations. As high potential. You know that I always think it's you know you're you're a players. Those are the people that you know when you go to sleep at night. You think Oh, please don't quit. Please don't quit. If we all have those and it's usually my own experience has been. It's about twenty percent of your group, usually right twenty percent and so I. I. my practice is managing partner. We all in the firm. All had to have a little. You know practice delivery practice. My Specialty was coaching derailing high potential, so I would work with these people who you know had been superstars and then. Then suddenly. You know the company was going Gee. Can you help them? Get back on track and what? I noticed about a lot of them was that they were just in over their heads I. mean the thing with your best people is. What do we do to them? We kind of we see them out. They're treading water, and then we go. Here's an anchor. You can handle it. Not Right, and so I started getting curious about bat in and the power of. Kind of connecting these people with other leaders that were having similar experiences, because I think one of the things that were told in leadership, and that's whether you're You know an entrepreneur running your own business, or you're working within an organization as you're told, leadership is lonely, and the further you go up the ladder, the lonelier gets, and I think for me. I'm always one of those people. The more you tell me something, the more Mike, Contrary and brain kicks in and I think. Think well. Why does it have to be? And that was kind of the the experience I had at that time? Mike Riley ended up getting into my own peer group and working with some other people, and just found it so useful and powerful, and was just another resource for me to be able to tap into his leader, so that's where that's kind of the roots of the passion and the story behind dumb. My really got my arms deep into this. Peer Coaching Space.
"lonelier" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"That's recovery. And at 6 35 westbound between Garland Road and Forest Lane heading toward the high five. Expect delays through construction with Kayla left traffic on the fives. I'm Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton. After a mild 90 degrees for the high yesterday we're getting into the mid nineties today with a warming trend and no rain likely through the weekend. Mostly sunny with high about 94 95 Today. Low 70 tonight. I'm here 97 tomorrow, Lonelier 80 and high near 98 on Friday, then 100 to 103 this weekend Heat advisories are likely starting tomorrow. The afternoon heat stress readings 106 and up through the weekend. I'm Cal I f W B AP meteorologist Brand Barton checking temps right now, if my computer will cooperate. We have 76 degrees in Fort Worth. It is 76 in Frisco in $76. To tell you about Benjamin Franklin Plumbing. They are the puncture will plumbers. That means they will be there when they say they will be there or guess what? They will pay you $5 for every minute. They're late, up two or $300 maximum, and you know they don't want to be paying that money. So they're going to be there when they say they will be there. And right now they have a $79 drain cleaning special that's going on and don't worry. They will be social distancing. When they arrive at your home. They'll be wearing masks, gloves, booties. They will stay six feet apart from you, so don't be offended, but they're doing what they need to do to keep them safe to keep you safe and to get the job. Done. Maybe you have a clogged drain. Maybe you've been doing a lot.
'Complacent' UK draws global criticism for Covid-19 response
"I don't know what St elect means. Presumably we all live and normal types staying away to danger but if I see you message Novas steel air and you see to me but does that mean I stay at home or no? I can't give you a straight answer to that. Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon isn't the only one with criticisms of the leadership in Westminster Increasingly. Ridden is under international scrutiny. In the confused messaging is just the start. Reaction has been pretty confused to this. Emma Duncan is Britain editor so the new slogan is stay alert. The old slogan was stay at home and when you told people to stay at home they knew what to do when you tell people to stay alert. They don't really know what that means. They can't see this fire so they're not really clear what they're staying alert four there's been some actual confusion from the government about some of the loosening. Say for instance. The government was originally sang. The loosening was going to happen two days ago and then that was corrected to happening today. The foreign secretary when describing the restrictions. Goaty wrong about who you could meet and broadly speaking there is kind of worry about how people are supposed to get back to work even if they work safely when schools are still not open. That's not part of this stage of the loosening of lock Dan so there are a lot of questions at there and a lot of criticism particularly from the labor unions. And this isn't the first time the government has come under fire for confused policies or confused communications. Yeah that's absolutely right. There's a lot of criticism of the fact that the government started on a testing program early in March and then discontinued that early to start it up again too late and struggling to get to the position that other countries are in and there's been a lot of criticism of the fact that that has not been enough personal protective equipment particularly for people working in the health services and generally people in vulnerable jobs. And what is the public mate of all this? I mean the prime minister had his own. Cogan scare which calmed the criticism for time. But but broadly what to Britain's think now well? There was a huge band since support for Boris Johnson early on in March and April his popularity rating swords and. That's been true of some other leaders to but since late April they've been sliding again and that's really because of this perception that the government messed up early on because people don't really know what they're supposed to be doing so it's quite interesting is looking at the polls about how. Britain's think that the government has dealt with this crisis compared to other countries and basically Britain's think that we have messed up here. They think that we've done worse than anywhere on the European mainland worse than the Asian countries. And the only country that Britain's generally think they've performed better than is America will butts what's people within Britain think about Britain's response when looking abroad. What about abroad looking at Britain? Do we have a sense for how what's happening here has been perceived? Yes we do and this crisis is not doing burdens international reputation and he goods among Asians flurry on social media from worried parents whose children are studying in Britain. Who wanted to pull them out quickly and on the European mainland particularly web. Britain's reputation is not high at the moment because of Brexit and the handling of the brexit negotiations is been huge amount of unfavorable comments. About this government's failure. There was a German column. That caught my attention saying that. Boris Johnson going into intensive care a metaphor for the nation as a whole entire nation was in intensive care on ventilation and self isolating Which was what Brexit was if you look in America among newspapers like The Washington Post and New York Times there's also quite a bit of criticism so Britain which likes to think of itself as a country with high standing in the world is slipping pretty sharply as a result of its handling of this crisis. And so you genuinely believe goes beyond a bit of editorializing abroad and Britain's general tendency toward self-deprecation chattering classes certainly do have a tendency towards self deprecation. Decline is is a very popular pastime in this country. But we aren't seeing a stamp change in how birth news being talked about and this is feeding into some other difficulties. The country's having so the brexit negotiations are not going to a well it looks increasingly as they. Britain is going to crash out of your with is a deal at the end of the year and has started trade tooks with America. But there's going to be very difficult because there are some tricky issues involved for instance The NHS America wants to be able to sell it. Services and goods to the NHS Burton is very protective increasingly protective about the NHTSA. Having that as part of a trade deal will be tricky. And there's increasing tension between Britain and China and that's not unique to Britain obviously as a lot of criticism of China all over the world that the moment bodies particularly shop in Britain weather's as a faction of the Tory party that is increasingly critical of China and so Britain is looking a little lonelier than it would like to at the moment will just it. I wonder how much that description of the current world order has been changed than by Britain's response to go with nineteen what I think the response does and the reactions to Burton's response. It's made a little harder for Britain to do what it likes to do. In the old cliche punching above it wait Burton's punching below. Its weight at the moment. And that matters gang forwards birth news very keen on it soft power. It likes the idea that it has influence in the world when it comes to pushing agendas like human rights like climate change that it has a seat at the top table. It is listen to great a proportion than its. Gdp or Defense Forces might argue for and that really depends on reputation for competence and good governance and that reputation has taken a bit of an
"lonelier" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A lonely voice never lonelier than now although there are a tremendous number actually so he's lonely in there there are few people who write on science to have this position which is that we are wildly over reacting to this virus so I ask you how did the whole world except Sweden get it wrong you were telling me that you know Sweden has not completely laissez faire and I know that but people still walk without masks in the street in Stockholm and go with the cafes so now Sweden now claims it if there was a second wave it will love her it will have heard me heard immunity do you agree we don't know yet then if they've only in the last few days started around the world doing antibody testing which tell you not whether people are infected right now the weather they've been infected and that will tell us how many so we have been detected in presumably are now in the in a drop of doing that in the United States one final so far the numbers actually quite large that a lot of people have been infected with with no idea no never overlook me there's no cop no nothing which is in a Jack what I told you on the first show and second show and every show we don't know yes this this this is a disease of the old and infirm it is a disease almost exclusively of people over age sixty five who have not just one but usually several other things that could kill them any day we're talking about map will be city we're talking about heart disease kidney disease diabetes these are people who could die any day and have that happen quite possibly did die of those underlying diseases but in the last week the centers for disease control has now in their infinite wisdom made it so you can be classified as a code nineteen death without ever having tested positive for coke at nineteen yes that's right that's the in one day they inflated by thousands the number in New York doing that show me seven hundred people in New York yeah that morning that's right right what would have basically the same symptoms as flow during doctor who come it basically urging them called Kobe if you if you can't decide between color blue colored coat on over and your Medicare your reimbursement is higher whether if you look at the doctor or the hospital if you call it hello this is solid hello there's a lot of people out there being given death certificates of covert nineteen who did that diet coke in nineteen right someone ask you the sixty four thousand dollar question and obviously you're not dog at night I'm just one you're just your best guess if we if we did minimal for if we did once we moved it all right so no no huge events well even sure your four that'll find of the moment but if we did what we needed in the United States how many people do you think would die of covert nineteen country give the Ramblers I would say that I'd look at a range of of locked down you know from Sweden and Canada at one end and then there are other countries are very much blacked out but a whole lot of going between Germany has been fairly relaxed Germany is about to start re opening again because they've had so few cases and so few that I have seen no pattern and nobody else is bound pattern either of the degree to which they have locked down to which they restricted civil liberties and the the the low degree or I agree for that matter of cases there's just no connection the only thing that the the lock down people have going for them is called post fact era go proctor hoc well we lock down and in case the call right yeah we discussed that on the first show as well didn't wait if caught fire block and it dictates that each and every epidemic starts out at a high rate plateaus and then goes down it's been going on for the for all of his dream literally but we know it went on a five hundred years BC with out any interference whatsoever right but I don't mind it presumably okay go on we don't know that that that for all the trouble economic damage that we're probably going to see for years to come here all the restrictions on civil liberties you know for the divorce is we're gonna get stuff like that lewisite we don't know that we were dismissed the of the epidemic off probably a little bit except that he sent people aren't getting infected today they're probably going to get infected later on so we can't say that we would really reduce infection or save lives at all well I played before you the mayor of Los Angeles flirting with six months six months locked out yeah the whole country locked out for six months we're backing Great Depression no worse than the Great Depression we were talking yes it is the civilization as we know it all right well that's just the way that's that's the way it works the four people that died I would have laughed and then not to mention the poor people outside of the United States to depend on the United States.
"lonelier" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Study shows Americans are lonelier than ever do do coronavirus lockdown you don't say and although I will say to a to quote the snake from the little prince it is it could be lonely among people to four four in ten Americans are lonely or now van Eck more than ever before as a result of the corona virus pandemic according to new research a survey of one thousand and fifty five Americans asked respondents to think about how the outbreak is affecting them and revealed its because look it is it's because loneliness to hit new heights of forty four percent of those surveyed here but in that's the numbers I guess it's never symptom of via corona virus right loneliness once again blaming the corona virus they're constantly saying oh it's the corona virus that shutting things down how's the corona virus affecting you well most of these people again it's not prevalent probably haven't been affected by the corona virus they've been affected by the fact that these government gangsters are putting their violent foot down and stopping businesses from being open putting people out of jobs record numbers are you know going to be out of work here very very shortly if not already and they got nothing to do but sit around there were some studies that show people are watching eight hours a day of Netflix now that's so yeah I I can't that's not depressing or anything like that no I don't you I I can't imagine that many things that good on Netflix watch eight hours were feature while wasn't Netflix or was it just struck me just how may I be a what I saw was streaming content the new continues and these feelings of loneliness were found to be part of a wider effect I mean hold on before you got like I find myself doing this right I don't watch a lot of television but I've you know I've got a couple series that I that I like to watch and I'm watching the better call Saul show for instance and I find myself watching this wondering what will television shows be like in the future will they show the Old World or will television dramas and and shows be sort of brought into this New World where people are masked up everywhere and everybody socially distancing from me just like I can't even put myself outside of this insanity for long enough to not think about it during one of the shows so how many other people are sitting there watching you know whatever favorite shows they might have or they're probably through their favorites at this point if they're watching eight hours a day and they're trying new things but how many people are just sitting there thinking hello look at that they used to put the system together restaurants I remember when I used to sit with people restaurants you know like how depressing is it to watch people living the old way because that's all the shows are yeah yeah well at least until they start making new ones which will be you know whatever because I imagine like for fear L. I. Y. lease for my experience in theater we have to stop the production halted yeah yeah they can't even finish the last episode of the walking dead because the editors can't work from home they got all the fancy editing equipment and you know Warner brothers or wherever they got to go to that site yes so but what I'm thinking is it writes depressing right looking I have all the way you feel things work but they could also if they incorporate social distancing into new shows where when or if they start making them Venice is gonna climate types people to this new reality I know I've absolutely galley operation mockingbird where via the CIA would affect it would put dictate plot points yet for for media to to trying to essentially brainwash people these are these feelings of loneliness were found to be a part of a wider effect if social distancing quarantining continues a fifth of respondents are nineteen percent said it will have been Hey will have major implications for mental health yeah commissioned by the university of Phoenix a survey found Americans have a wide variety of concerns any current moment current moments with health mental and physical first on the list results revealed respondents is top concern to be very loved ones health seventy one percent followed by their own sixty one percent of respondents were worried about experiencing increased anxiety and not being able to pay bills as a result of a pandemic three in ten we're concerned about missing out on celebrating milestones one twenty seven percent were worried about feeling pro feeling pro long to loneliness or depression twenty seven percent yes so about a third with so much unpredictability with a fourth but regardless it's a significant number sixty Alberta to sixty eight percent said they feel like everything is out of our control in fifty free power how many out of control sixty eight percent yeah for yes I mean I like that's depressing right there wow maybe it hit now maybe it hasn't manifested as depression but to feel as though your life is completely out of your control to be sixty eight percent of Americans to feel that way which it's true yeah yeah because most people are doing what they're told even though they could act free you know they could come out to Michigan of course at the protest yesterday I think with the covered it on free talk live you guys cover last night yes yes the people you know coming out and blocking the streets and you know having this motorized protest well we've got one happening in Concord New Hampshire on Saturday so like you know you could act like a free person you could go out and stand up for yourself and your freedom but if you buy all the government propaganda about this disease you'd be afraid to do that well so it's working brilliantly I would absolutely put you over might be a an upside to all social distancing here we have this doctor dean as Selene while the quote while many people only associate negative feelings of social distancing for could be several benefits embedded such opportunities whose he's V. counseling department chair at the university of Phoenix reach out to an old friend but instead of texting or emailing make a phone call or use video chat to build up a more meaningful connection build activity in your day by trying something new or settling a small goal for yourself all this before exactly yeah because of the people this is not an excuse start a new fund project or challenge that you that you could share with friends or loved ones engaging in activities in our interacting with people that are well that's not that doesn't have anything to do with handling social distancing that's just a suggestion to to spend your time on it to cope you've got more time to spend so do something new learn a new thing and that's not a that's not bad advice mind you I mean when you're in prison you've got plenty of time to do new things you can do as many new things because you're in prison but you know if you hadn't done home workouts before now you've got time you can do a few sit ups if you didn't know how to make alcohol in the toilet now you can learn or a no no I'll calls essential you can go and get that all of its right so it's a good sign so they want people to drink heavily to forget their problems so yeah yeah and then even if they do get angry from you I'll call makes people angry no but I don't know anything about that of then beat the hangover the next day the government doesn't have to worry about it so how are you coping are you certainly become depressed because of this you love so.
Nashville: Vanderbilt AD Malcolm Turner resigns; Candice Lee to be interim
"Couple of days ago. We heard the news from Nashville. The now come. Turner was moving on and Candice Story. Leave was taking his place as the interim athletic director and we're delighted to welcome to the program in her first interview with us. I can't thank you and I know difficult time but you certainly have to take on the responsibility. You certainly have had an exemplary record. As a former player and captain and obviously as a top assistant in that athletic department. Thanks for being here and Great to have you on. Thank you so much. I'm I'm glad to be here. Thank you very much. So let me ask you. You're basically In operating position in this Athletic Department of key a key role and this happens and you are tasked now with with with being in charge. I know you're prepared for it but it's still had to. How did it feel to suddenly be handed the keys to the store so to speak? Well certainly It was unexpected but when presented with the opportunity. I was excited to step up and serve in this way. You know. I think we all are student. Athletes all the time that they have to be ready. Expect the unexpected and be Nimble and be flexible so it gave me an opportunity to demonstrate that I know having experienced the student athlete Role at vanderbilt playing such a prominent role there and then being in this athletic department for so long For the most part under David Williams leadership You learned a great deal that That would help you be prepared for this day. But but what do you lean on? Because it's a tough role not that there's anyone that doesn't think you're capable of it but it's it's a little bit lonelier of at the top isn't it now. I understand exactly what you're saying and David. I had the the opportunity to learn under him for several years and Had the opportunity to work with Malcolm and and just have built up very fortunate enough to have built up a great network across campus and this conference but also across the country Have have relied on that pretty heavily even prior to getting into this position. But certainly now understand that. I've got great resources at my disposal and I'm I'm not afraid to tell rely on folks and lean on people and just Do everything I can to be prepared for this challenge and I guess I would rather call it an opportunity rather than a challenge but I do know it's a big job and I've got great resources at my disposal. Kansas I'm talk show host. I don't know all the machinations of how schools operate in terms of Interim Your interim assistant chancellor as well as athletics director Where are we going to forget me? Where are you right now? In terms of the process for when this job changes from interim to to permanent at this point I can tell you. I am just focused on doing the job. It's not ultimately up to me What will happen with that interim title? I think that the part that I can control is just showing that as an athletics department and as a university we're moving forward and I'm happy to be at the helm and do everything. I can to support our staff. Our student athletes are coaches and and be what Commodore Nation expects us to be. But it's a great question. I know I understand why you're asking. I just know that I have to control what I can control. I think you could also I guess my next question. Because in in the press release it talked about the significance of your higher As the first African American and I I know we live in a world when when when that is not made as big of a deal as it used to be. Thank goodness but it's still part of The description and the school put it out. We didn't we didn't say it. They did Your reaction to that. I'm humbled I'm humbled by Just their reaction. The divers see from so many people who you know in some ways. It's unfortunate that we're still talking about the first and I Kind of to your point. But I've said this before and I will continue to say it. There's not a lack of talented people out there whether we're talking about women or men or people of color it's just been a lack of opportunity and so if if if this by just being in this interim role even provide more access and more opportunity for people who know are qualified and. I'm very thankful to be a part of that. You don't want to ask you about about that part of it Because I'm struggling to to be frank about asking this in terms of being the first woman because it. It is fairly shocking. And I know you. You're living and I'm just describing in twenty twenty to have that description and I'll just my wife who happens to be a vanderbilt person. I hear every day so if it had been if it had been a woman You know what I'm talking about there and talk about that responsibility because I know when you are the first you represent a lot of people who probably should have been there earlier but didn't give that didn't get that opportunity. Yeah I consider it a very big responsibility and I it's a privilege to sit in the role but with the role with the privilege comes great responsibility and and I think that again until we start talking about. So it's it's certainly wonderful to be the first but until you start talking about the second and the third and the fourth and the fifth. It's just it's just clear we have a lot of work to do. We have a lot of work to do. But you know I think that I feel humbled and honored to be in the space but I just WanNa do a great job so that people understand again. It is not the lack of people who are prepared to excel. It's just the lack of opportunity. Well let's get all the All the titles out of the way and talk about what we're going to do which is which is the reason why you're in this position and I think we're we're all interested in. I realize you're you're just you're just moving into it but but we we'd all like to hear about your thoughts and plans and visions as much as you've been able to put them together. Sure sure as much as I can put them together on in nine days. I I would say that you know. We've we've been really clear that we're not pushing the pause button and we had some great momentum coming into this academic year and even into this semester and that is continuing so our most immediate focus is on our strategic plan which we've been working on for several months now and are preparing to roll out publicly in the next probably couple of weeks. Certainly I expect. It will be out by the end of the month and that is going to Allow our fans and everybody to see what our priorities will be for roughly the next four or five years And then all of our decisions will flow from that. And I'm really proud to have been part of that process because it included just a a wide range of stakeholders so from alums to current student. Athletes Coaches administrators to board members to Central Administration. We it involved a lot of people and I think that that's really indicative of the fact that argument adversity understands the value that athletics can bring and I hope that it will allow people to raise their expectations of us. We're not afraid of those expectations and quite frankly we need to be a little more communicative and transparent about them. So this will be a great first steps first step towards that and I stress first step. Because it's going to outline priorities but that's when the work really begins and so- facilities will be a part of that and as we as we begin to codify those things will roll them out but I think what people can expect to see in the next couple of is okay. Here's the here's at least high level here. Are The priorities finally Kansas? You're in a unique position your your letter for years. You're captain of the basketball program. You have three degrees from Vanderbilt. You know everything that is said outside of that bubble all the noise about the commitment to athletics at a at a just a truly remarkable academic institution your doctor. You can testify to better than I can so so if you could try to answer some of that because the noise never ends about Vanderbilt's commitment to intercollegiate athletics. Now you're correct and you know I I I I hear it. As as as you've said and we know that we know what that commentary is I would say that I appreciate the passion that everybody has about us. There are high expectations of Vanderbilt Athletics. And I share that same passion and I. It has been made very clear to me that as a university we are moving forward and we are moving forward with the understanding that athletics has a great platform to unite all of us. You know we think if you walk around our building you'll see on some of our walls this mantra of the city the degree in the SEC. And we think that that's a proposition that is unique to us that that not only that we can sell but we believe in so in the backdrop of this fantastic city with a academically selective institution that second to none in the best conference in the country. I understand why everybody is interested and they just want reassurance that we're rowing in the you know we're going in the same direction and by all accounts every indication that I've received in this role is that's exactly what we're doing so I feel very confident about that. I'm sorry Paul no no I just. I'm inspired listening to you. I just can't wait to hear more so what I want. I want to close by asking you about what you referred to a minute ago. In terms of of of a reveal of of of of a vision plans. How how does that come together when you are you and your team. I mean it's not There are a lot of people that they're at. They're at work and putting this together. What is the process? So at this point we have gotten. We've gathered all the Intel. We've had all the interviews we've put structure around this and now it's a matter of of rolling it out and What will be a branded campaign and we will slowly start to tease out pieces. So that that's Kinda. We're just working on some internal details now. But that's what combination and everybody can expect to see in the next couple weeks that will actually start to articulate this and they public way and you said it involves Just like it did at the beginning. It's now involving several people to to conclude what is just a first step in the process. It's just a first step to get an announced in minutes a matter of US meeting those expectations which were really excited to do. Can destroy the joining us the interim vice chancellor for athletics at Vanderbilt. I hope you'll come back. We certainly appreciate your time today. Kansas thank you so much and I I really appreciate you and thanks for everything you do and I look forward to coming back. Thanks a lot. I can't wait all the best to you What a remarkable remarkable conversation there and I I don't really know what their next move is. But it's hard for me as just an observer to imagine that She will not be in that position permanently in fairly short period of time. What an incredible woman and we thank you for being with
"lonelier" Discussed on KTOK
"Without the nonsense you're listening to America's first this morning with Gordon geo in the along with Ross a K. well loneliness is on the rise and millennials and members of generation Z. E. R. lonelier than older generations that news comes out of a questionnaire answered by more than ten thousand people sick now says sixty one percent of the adults surveyed reported they feel lonely which is a seven percentage point increase compared to two thousand eighteen it down mentor slightly lonelier than women but the biggest difference may be between generations nearly seventy nine percent of Gen Z. respondents in seventy one percent of millennials reported feeling lonely compared with just half of baby boomers one major factor could be social media the survey found instead of bringing people together social media platforms have a major impact on loneliness an avid users are more likely to feel alone isolated left out or without companionship and lonely workers say they're twice as likely to call out sick and five times as likely to miss work because of the stress associate it with loneliness it's nine minutes before the hour rustic case with three things what's the number one the US has as yet to confirm one case of the new corona virus and several other possible cases are under observation old among people who visited Wuhan China the city at the epicenter of the outbreak blamed for at least twenty six deaths World Health Organization officials have decided against declaring a public health emergency of international concern as the outbreak doesn't yet meet its criteria no.
"lonelier" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Fourteen the change down one half soybeans nine sixteen a quarter to nine sixty two and a quarter unchanged Rush Limbaugh today at eleven on six hundred W. R. U. C. M. ninety two point one FM long and information short of exaggeration you're listening to America's first news this morning with Gordon DO Jennifer could sink it in for birdie along with Ross the K. loneliness is on the rise and millennials and members of generation Z. E. R. lonelier than older generations that news coming out of a questionnaire answered by more than ten thousand people cigna says sixty one percent of the adults surveyed reported they feel lonely which is a seven percentage point increase compared with two thousand eighteen it found men are slightly lonelier than women but the biggest difference maybe between generations nearly seventy nine percent of Gen Z. respondents in seventy one percent of millennials reported feeling lonely compared to just half of baby boomers one major factor could be social media the survey found instead of bringing people together social media platforms have a major impact on loneliness an avid users were more likely to feel alone isolated left out and without companionship loneliness is also impacting the work place especially among younger employees for example Gen Z. respondents said they are twice as likely as boomers to feel abandoned by co workers when they're under pressure and the majority of Gen Z. workers feel emotionally distant from colleagues it's nine minutes before the hour Ross okay is.
"lonelier" Discussed on KTRH
"One me and I Rush Limbaugh when Ukrainians learn the Russians learn the president did not have his back was withholding is saying thank god in a matter of days they got the and let me take back to remind you of the story and have the first hour of the program real clear investigations whistleblower over her in two thousand seventeen discussing with our live how to remove trump barely two weeks after trump took office Sharm now but the C. I. A. analyst to everybody knows is the whistle blower I was over in the White House discussing with another staffer how to remove trump from office this according to former colleagues get your daily rush week days a limited to one use radio seven forty Katie our age this is Gordon deal from world events to Houston headlines catch up with Houston's morning news Jimmy Barrett and shower prior this morning at five on seven forty K. T. R. H. long and information short of exaggeration you're listening to America's first news this morning with Gordon DO Jennifer could sink it in for birdie along with Ross a K. loneliness is on the rise and millennials and members of generation Z. E. R. lonelier than older generations that news coming out of a questionnaire answered by more than ten thousand people cigna says sixty one percent of the adults surveyed reported they feel lonely which is a seven percentage point increase compared with two thousand eighteen it found men are slightly lonelier than women but the biggest difference maybe between generations nearly seventy nine percent of Gen Z. respondents in seventy one percent of millennials reported feeling lonely compared to just half of baby boomers one major factor could be social media the survey found instead of bringing people together social media platforms have a major impact on loneliness an avid users were more likely to feel alone isolated left out and without companionship loneliness is also impacting the workplace especially among younger employees for example Jim Z. respondents said they are twice as likely as boomers to feel abandoned by co workers when they're under pressure and the majority of Gen Z. workers feel emotionally distant from colleagues it's nine minutes before the hour Ross okay.
"lonelier" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Looking feedback whether it's through social media through customer service or or or or through the survey so knowing the customer and understanding the customer's needs and trying to anticipate those needs has created enormous value for us as a business but it also allows you to deliver a better experience and that's ultimately what you're trying to do and part of that is really understanding your target audience and it appears as though your target audiences millennials is that correct yes millennial ingen acts were were or about thirty five percent millennial thirty five percent Jen acts and the remainder as boomers but you've got a you definitely have a I see change in terms of the wine market and and the emerging demographics and generations that are consuming so I think Jan Axel clips baby boomers in terms of wine consumption by twenty twenty one and by twenty twenty six millennials will eclipse both boomers and Gen X. so you've got a lot of change happening in the industry which is really exciting for us because we've we believe that people are connecting that that demographic they're connecting with with products the connecting with foods with restaurants with brands with anything in their lives in a completely new way and we think that is a combination of digital first and then experiences and so that's what we focus on is how do we how do we connect with people digitally and how do we create amazing experiences yeah so let's answer that question how do you activate digitally and in person yeah so with the wind you know context is everything like I said it's it's really diverse you've got you've got different languages on labels if you go into a you know big wine stores like here this should be looking at a wall of one so for us the first thing is is putting winds that she said people's profile in front of them and then it's creating context for on that one because it can really or nearly target people is that what you're alluding to you really know specifically and maybe what their interests are their demographic and how this would fit into their lifestyle exactly one is always a little subjective so you never know but we can be we can be fairly targeted but what we try to provide as context around what they're experiencing so that could be context around their own palette selectees to this and it's a light body wine and I'm learning to know that I like like funny vines with oak etcetera it can be context around the origin of the wine or where the winds from and we use every touch point I think that I think you know in a modern Branner for entrepreneurs do you want to use every touch point consistently so that could be what we print on the outside of the box as it could be what we put inside the box as it could be what we're talking about on social media it's our blog it's all and it's our email campaigns and all of these things sort of working holistically to Verizon to write a great experience CNN brand identity for one and then I would imagine that you know we eat and drink with our eyes so it is like how much is wind of visual experience it's very visual I think if you look at sort of our labels and the way we communicate the contents right like with the one with a bottle of wine you only have so many if you're not doing all the things I just talked about you only have so many signals on a shelf that you could deliver one of them is just visually you know the color the other one is just visually what what's on the label and so I think our our our brands are labels are very sort of contemporary an awesome we work with artists and designers from across other category is whether it's skateboarding or street art or whatever it may be to sort of speak of visual language that's more modern and culturally relevant to leave and probably to be a little different to you because I think a lot of times brands want to sit in their space but it can be so much more powerful to actually stand out absolutely yeah we we take you know we take the opportunity that we have with our our and I just need to talk a little bit about this but we we really leverage our the trust that we build with our direct to consumer audience to create and build culturally relevant brand so are things that we start direct to consumer and online we validate and sort of optimize and build with our customers feedback and then we actually take those off line and build those in the national wholesale channel so we're selling to restaurants and retailers so summer water for example something we started digitally first and then as we grew awareness and as we put that one on people's stables and got great feedback we started to pull that one out in other markets and so yeah the the the visual languages hugely important I think we're always looking to leverage that trust that we have with the online customer to kind of push the boundaries of creativity and wine and that can be a label or that could be a style of wine for making an orange wine or a natural sparkling wine or something like that but yeah pushing creativity is important you've got to make some noise and you've got a kind of stand out and and and that's a responsibility and also an opportunity and even the name of the wind I mean summer water it's so catchy I know that that and gain some virality for you and so was that a strategic choice or was that a happy accident yes summer strategic since summer happy accidents I think we felt that that this really captured sort of the essence of a rose a which is summer and the fact that it's light fresh and and it turned and that has been used to sort of describe the categories so I think this one was was strategic there been others that you know maybe it maybe a little happenstance yeah I just got lucky business rockstars learn online physician consultation.
"lonelier" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Immigrate titles of all time Cooper please welcome the aforementioned Gilbert Godfrey to program a gal by Gilbert Cates when I give an introduction like that I feel like I'm too good to be doing you're sure all we set expectation bar high but I've a feeling that you're gonna clips that and by the way I boy if I'm not good I better be talking to that better radio show that initial yeah all right so he will be at levity live this weekend Friday Saturday Sunday nights tickets just twenty two dollars levity live west Nyack New York I'm amazed when I read your biography in terms of the fact that at age fifteen you start doing stand up open Mike nights in New York City it's such an intimidating place for adults for professionals the people done this for years because a joke fails there's no lonelier place in the world how do you get on stage at age fifteen while you're just starting high school I always said it and it still holds true I had just stupidity on the high side right right do you know why I didn't think it turns out the light all right take against making it or an hour and fifteen days to reach a bunch of strangers and say hello so I I was like I was blissfully stupid and and luckily my right jokes haven't gotten any better since that and I think they have Gilbert your podcast the amazing colossal podcast my boyfriend is a huge fan of yours I feel like I listen to the podcast because he tells me about it word for word every single day the you and Frank sent a Padres huge fan so a lot of what you guys do revolve around your shared love of old movies at least the ones you grew up with so what is it about old movies that you connect to his college has the same thing he's like a movie buff also right I think it's like when when when I grow up the greatest film school.
MIT Gold Leaf
"Welcome. Biz talk radio at anyone out there that. Technology. This week is a perfect example. How serious problem is really is. Joining us is Dr. New book is technology run amok crisis management in the digital age. And it is a pleasure to have you with us today. My pleasure. Thank you for having me are. You are. A senior affiliate of the center for catastrophic risk management university of California, Berkeley, professor at the school of communication, one of the Marshall school of business university of southern California, you list, go on and on and on and you are the author thirty seven books frequent blogger for post. The new book we have to talk about this new book because you're absolutely right. Facebook. Reaches our privacy and cells are information to outside businesses without telling us Google sites with China's efforts to enforce censorship. Snapchat. Hold on users leads to some to undergo surgery and even some to commit suicide. Devastate. I agree. And and what I'm calling for in the book is that other people are that time to regulate these companies is well, do they have to be viewed as media companies, and what that means is that social impact analyses have to be built into the basic business model. We know what Facebook basic business model is get getti- private data from users and then selling it monitor is it to people who have been prey upon us. And what that means is that we have no control over our privacy. The data are for example. The more kids use Facebook, the lonelier more isolated more depressed. They are because their idealized perfect image that they put up to identify themselves. Cannot. Stand up to the other more perfect even more idealized images of others. Let me give you another one about the impact of technology. Yes. Recently MIT engineers have developed gold leaf tattoo placed directly on our skins that will allow us to communicate seamlessly with all our devices. Now, it's not only bad enough. The kids sleep with her cell phone under their pillows at night. Let's they miss an important texts during the night. But now they're skins will be buzzing all night long. So so much for repair to sleep. The point is when technologies developed the stuff they overly high the positive advantage. They don't look at the negative side effects, the unanticipated unacknowledged side effects because they only look at the positive, and they overly hype that well, I think we need a new agency equivalent to FDA Federal Drug Administration to overlook effects of technology and in order to be in order to run as a company one must develop a crisis plan. I mean, for example, there there is no reason why. Prior to Facebook's launch the people who launched it where we're will develop the Dulce that the equivalent symbol teams appearance. Kids psychologists, and I bet you they will come up with the strong possibility of its being used as a platform for cyber bullying, not to say all the other things that it's been used as a platform for tissue formation fake news meddling in our election. The point is that. Technology which is made our lives incomparably better. We live longer healthier. It's not one of the greatest threats facing
Poor Sleep Can Set Off Viral Loneliness & Social Rejection
"Von well we've got another sleep study. I'll this one might be, a little more dubious this is from UC Berkeley and they've found that. Sleep deprived people are lonelier and they're socially repellent now how, did they come to this finding where they say the less. Sleep you get the less. You wanna socially interact they took eighteen young adults they sat them in a chair and they had to them view video clips of individuals walking. Towards them after they had a normal, night's sleep and after they had a sleepless night the person sitting in In the chair watching the video. Of a person walking towards. Them was supposed to push a button to stop the video when they felt uncomfortable and the people that were sleep deprived push the button a. Lot sooner than the people that were, not sleep deprived right Got a study of eighteen people It's a, kind of a spirit. Of study. But but it does it's interesting I thought, maybe? It's really study about, depression right because if you're. Depressed you're gonna have disrupted sleep but if, you have disrupted sleep and depression you're going to be sort. Of not wanting to socially interact and then maybe that makes you more withdrawn more sleep disturbance or more, depressed with part of a cycle what they did show noticed on that second page that the f. MRI study of the what they call. It human approach system, or something when I read that you see that They've identified some human threat system is called her human threat system. That is particularly active in the deprive individuals well that's? Interesting because that doesn't seem normal and you just more. On edge you, just, you don't want that upper. Getting near you you. Don't people that make sure depression. Worse right right interesting well I think the also that, the relationship is not. Just that. Sleep deprivation Lisa loneliness it's obviously that sleep, deprivation? Leads you to not, really want to interact with. People that creates a cycle because if you, look like you don't want to hang out with people than. They might wanna hang out with and then you're lonely what if you use your sleep deprivation as an, excuse because you don't want to hang out with people anyway and you say we'll I host the morning show I'm not going out we. Have the Randy Wang, syndrome it's already Okay Top of? That, yeah I like being. Antisocial I also have been sleep deprived for five. Years? Why because I do the morning show you get the better. Earlier what's what's up with your sleep? Hygiene have you tried going to bedouin the sun still? Up you go to bed when the? Sunshine Forty five. Nine but you go to bed at night I, try. But I'm a tough sleeper and it's been a lot harder. To quit smoking pot a year ago although that didn't really help either but I told. Myself help for a, while and then it stopped it. Helped for the first six months and then. I did it for nine more year right that's how well