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"lublin" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

13:08 min | 5 months ago

"lublin" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Welcome to live love. Engage the podcast where we share practical advice from a spiritual perspective on how you can live fully love deeply and engage authentically. I am your host. Gloria Grace Ram. Now let your light shine.

"lublin" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"lublin" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"WanNa snuggle with their pets. Right now. Pets are big right now. I knew this as much as I love dogs. So it's it's pets and you're right dogs in the lead but it's pets friends and mom are the three things that are kind of leading those Like things you WanNa snuggle with right now. Another thing that we are seeing working is taking this awful overwhelming unknown saying and shrinking it down into a bite sized time period so saying will. What are your plans tonight? What are you GonNa do tonight or tell me? How can you feel strong tomorrow? What something you can do for yourself tomorrow. So just tonight tomorrow. Bite-size little timeframes that feel controllable to help someone feel stronger in a sense of calm so those are some of the things. We're seeing working. You know you run an organization where you have employees and then you have this army of volunteers and all of those people are also being impacted by this pandemic sometimes in various wrong ways. How do you help them to show up for other people? We like to say you can't pour from an empty cup and so the first thing is that you matter you gotTa Fill Your Cup and especially in an organization like crisis text line which which is not for profit like I don't make I don't make Nila wafers I don't make masks or ventilators. I don't make something right now. What it is is it's feelings That's the thing that we make. And so that depends on our most important asset and our most important asset. That's people that's our volunteers and our staff so it's super important that their cups are full. we've offered free daily meditation and so the community coming together That's been really nice. It's fifteen minutes every day and that's a really sweet touch point especially I think for people who are isolated in by themselves to connect so. Here's another hopeful thing Jesse And it starts dark but then it turns turns lighter so typically five percent of our texters identifies Asian right now. We're seeing more than ten percent of our textures. Identify as Asian and there. It's largely they're talking about bullying and harassment and depression. It's a tough time for the Asian Community in America but then we noticed something else are applications to be crisis counselors typically about ten to twelve percent of them identify as Asian and right now twenty seven percent of our applications identify as Asian. Here's a community. That's getting hammered out there right now and that feels awful. It's tough right now. Being Asian one of our staff. Her brother was beaten up. I mean really. This is a tough time and yet they're turning this into. I want to give back to other people. I WanNa make strangers feel safe and cared for. I think that's freaking beautiful. That gives me chills that gives me chills. Now we're seeing some good things to step back from minute You know even before the pandemic hit twenty twenty was a year that everybody had begun talking about mental health differently. A lot of big companies started adding increasing benefits around mental health. There was this sense that mental health was in emergency already in the United States. And then this came along. How does this change our our understanding of mental health? I to say I'm in a growth industry in the business of pain and it's a growth industry. I'd love to go out of business but I don't see that anytime soon. I think You are seeing companies offer more mental health benefits. I mean look the biggest section in the bookstores. The happiness section. Now think you're seeing people think deeply about what makes them feel happier now feel control as a baseline. I think you are saying more companies. Pay attention to this. I think you're seeing more. Start UPS In this mental health space. Just great to see like better help and talk space and Head space calm so shine so many startups in the space. Which I'm thrilled to see Sidney. How about you personally? How are you weathering the quarantine wearing pants right now and I feel like I'm eating a lot of NABISCO NILA wafers My Kobe nineteen is a mirror. My Freshman fifteen just like. I'm definitely doing some stress eating. I'm I Dunno I taught my kids to play. Poker feels really good to check. Raise your twelve year old. There's some people who are here that and actually know what that meant. It's really it's a mean. Move and poker and you know I'm doing it like to my twelve year old so like I'm finding places but honestly I really proud to be part of this organization like if there are ways to other people right now. That's kind of a beautiful gift thinking it's awesome. That was Nancy Lublin founder of crisis text line. Thanks for all the messages. You all have been sending. Keep them coming at. Hello Monday at Lincoln Dot Com. Tell me what you think. We should be talking about right now. What matters to you and tell me how you are. Thanks for listening. Stay home if you can and if you're on the front lines thank you see you on Monday..

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"lublin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"lublin" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"And then one other L. J. I L. L. L. U. B. L. I. N. Dot Com and again We're GONNA make sure we have the phone number. We have the email we have all the ways in social media. You connect with Joe. Louis would just go to conscious millionaire. Show DOT COM Joe. I've known you for a long time. You or somebody who's always going for the next summit. What is that next summit for you? And what might be a challenge or obstacle you have to overcome My next summit is putting together a kindness conference based on the book the Prophet of kindness. So that's that's my next summit to climb It's you know with any new project. There's multiple different aspects to To manage including things like sponsorship and things like connecting to How to put it together in a way that really serves people and serves what. I'm really trying to do which is spread more kindness in the world. So that's my next summit. I'm excited about it and Stay tuned it was looking like August in Los Angeles. So how? How exciting. And you know what does that legacy you want to leave with your life It really is about Kindness and you know as much as as I think it's important to be accomplished and certainly have Driven myself to accomplish to write for books to have. Tv shows and PODCASTS. I think that's all really important And really you know what would I want? Most people to say she's kind. I think that's important and in fact. I'm looking at a little Around my ipad right now. It says kindness matters and I think particularly in today's world Where somehow that is not the first order the day? It's even more important so I think at times you know when we do feel a little bit like. Oh boy you know. There's so much going on. It's time to even more partly raise our light. Rays are kindness. Raise our willingness to help. Well I really appreciate you being on the. It's it's always a just a moment of kindness to connect with you. Frankly because just your energy and who you are and all the things you're doing in the world and I especially want to thank you for listening today if today's show impacted you in a meaningful way. It would mean a lot to me if you could tell one or two or even three entrepreneurs you know because we're on a mission at conscious. Melia to impact the lives and the businesses of entrepreneurs help them.

What We've Learned From The Data On Crisis Counseling Via Text Message

All Things Considered

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

What We've Learned From The Data On Crisis Counseling Via Text Message

"Teens send tons of text messages to their friends to their parents and if they need to to a crisis counselor since launching in twenty thirteen crisis text line has process one hundred and twenty nine million text messages most of them from teens founder and CEO Nancy Lublin was running another nonprofit that uses text messages to engage teens and community service when they got this distressing text a cry for within about two weeks of getting that message I just thought we clearly there needs to be a hot

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Amid Tourism Push, Concern Grows Over Indonesia's Komodo Dragons

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Amid Tourism Push, Concern Grows Over Indonesia's Komodo Dragons

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from American pest as the leading provider of safe sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you take back your home or business. From menacing pests. Visit them today at American pest dot net Indonesia has some of Southeast Asia's most beautiful and largely undiscovered tourist destinations. But the government wants to boost tourism by twenty percent this year. It's plan is to create ten new volleys while not everyone is on board with that. As Michael Sullivan reports about an hour, east of Bali by plane is one of the destinations the Indonesian government is pushing art. Komo to fork Lublin major level. Inbound Joe is the gateway to Komodo national park cluster of islands about an hour away by boat. The park system between the Pacific Ocean to the north and the Indian Ocean the south and the largest island is the one that gives the park its name. And yes, there be dragons Komodo dragons, they act got any force on any kind of meat and the only place to see them in the wild in the world is here on a handful of islands in the park, the world's largest living lizards can grow up to ten feet long and weigh more than one hundred and fifty pounds and says park ranger a goose who like many Indonesians goes by just one name. They have a healthy appetite monkey to you. Why what the buffaloes anything even their own kind the young when the Komodo the ones lounging around the ranger station on Komodo island with like slightly bored refugees from Jurassic Park. Let's don't be fooled. There's another ranger run lead. They can move incredibly fast and their mouths sees says are swimming with nasty bacteria and venom when wide enough because they have a bacteria in their saliva. Saliva. It's around sixty thousand three years and also they have abortion. So that's tough will take the prey down. So they basically bite their prey, and then they just followed them until they die. Yeah. Including humans, though Romney says the Rangers aren't supposed to talk about that don't want to scare off the tourists. He says, but all the Rangers carry a long fort. Stick to fend off dodgy dragons just in case. But it's not just the dragons that are drawing increasing numbers of visitors to Komodo. More and more divers and snorkellers are coming to Komodo national park as well on live aboard boats or on day trips from level and Bagio and elsewhere, I expected it to be amazing. I don't think I expected it to be this amazing divers like Allison place who came all the way from New Jersey. It's unlike anything I've ever seen before there's more efficient corals than I've ever seen in my entire life and the Manta rays are breathtaking their stunning her husband Joshua's, gonna botchy says it's hands down the best diving he's ever done white tip reef sharks blue spot at stingrays marble, raise you see in black tip sharks. Huge cuttlefish jellyfish. We've seen all kinds of rask's giant sweet lips all types of Puffer. Fish does an amazing biodiversity underwater and above water. But that biodiversity could be under threat activists say by the number of tourist. Now coming by the ship load. Including cruise ships bringing anywhere from five hundred to twelve hundred visitors per boat to Komodo island. Let's too many says ranger Romley if cushite bring minded people like that don't see one Komodo they will see nothing because Greg getting stress dire. Afraid of people went out to many these central government's plan for half a million visitors to the area this year. He says way too many back in Lublin Bagio, the head of the provincial tourism office today. See premadonna, Russ Mon agrees said be get any book. I don't think it's a good idea at all. She says we need to figure out what the real carrying capacity of the park should beat both in terms of people coming to see the dragons and the diver she says, so we can protect the ecosystem it eleven baiju. Yeah. Dan sound bay Bali valued. And we don't want to be another Bali. She says Komodo is unique. It's not like any other tourist destination in Indonesia or the world. And she says we need to preserve for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan Labuan- budget.

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"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"Or wherever you get your podcast. Welcome back to tights and fights on how Lublin I'm joined today by. Vida. Now that the Royal rumble is wrapped up officially on the road to ice cream Christmas thirty five let's start with the first match on Sunday. Becky Lynch losing to Oscar via tap out in the smackdown women's title match. Love the match. Let's play a fun game called. Why am I pissed somebody? Tell me why do you know why about this match? Why are you mad about anything? How? Answer. About this. Matt. No veto, guess, I honestly don't know. I'm always extracted by Oskar and Charlotte flare. So that's enough. And then Becky Lynn, let's go outside the booth Liaoning. Why mad you didn't want her to tap out? Out. How hard is that she's going to cut back in the rumble? We know that off the needs to win. We know that they're gonna put on a great match. We know that Becky needs to remain strong. We know that so have her fucking pass out in the whole that works. Anybody seen wrestlemainia thirteen for God's sakes. Why why she's facing a submission wrestler? When it set it up. I agree. I will not tap. I make everybody tap what? The fuck vita. Go ahead. I under percent agree, especially and you said to like to me Becky Lynch's, the like new stone cold knows like if you want people to love her even more like make her go to the bliss. Absolutely get destroyed. And then still go into the ring like you don't have to have future spoilers for this event. You don't have to have Jax just like throw around. They could just you can make pass out. I also agree. I just I've been doing so much yelling recently that I was like this. This is going to be the one. I don't yell at because I've I've been every one of these for the past three months. Yeah. This is me trying to find my happy place. Like, you know, what I'm to us goes the bell. Glad that Becky while the rubble, but I agree. You're right. It would have been that would have been a clean for the storyline passed out. And then you can show her waking up and do the gold thing if her coming out. Yeah. The only reason they didn't do that is because if they if I mean if she hadn't been in the rumble Phoenix would have been torn apart and not just the stadium. This would have been bent down. So people didn't even massively overreact. What happened because they just knew that meant she was in the rumble. But yet you you're not wrong actually liked. Well, I've probably with a problem with. All right. Here's what am I agree about next? Is it the us good then did appearance done this week? Problem. We're still we're still on Sunday. Pita what am I said about next to her as the existing? I don't know. Danielle was it Sasha not to think do nothing. No, no, I'll tell you. It was wrestling just mad at my at my proctology. No. I was mad. He'll be happy at it. Bothered me free. That's right. He kills in your behold. Make sure. Becky had to like sort of beg her way into the match once. But I just right. She should've just taken at Finn at Finley had given head tried to stop her. Then she lays him to fuck out and goes and takes. That was that was making it legitimate that she was trying to reason with him say, you she caught me in it. You have to have a competitive legal legitimate competitive. Just that was no because I was kind of expecting Charlotte's come out know, she wasn't even illegal competitive. She just inserted a self. She did not win. I demanded shots against heads. And that I know, but that's how they would should not against up. So I actually didn't mind that 'cause I felt like that was a getting the legal legitimate. Go ahead to be a competitive in the rumble. Yeah, I agree with Lindsey..

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"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"I went to see Ibsen the doll's house at ten throw center sitting to my left, Donald Trump. Congratulations. To his left, some skinny blond. I didn't recognize and he's eating doughnuts. Like, shoving them in his mouth fistfuls at a time. And I look at him. And I'm like mom, do you need to own the company or those available in the lobby and he says all hall grabs the box from the skinny woman next to enhance them to me because I don't think she eats anything. But oh phone water. And so I have a conversation and he says, so what do you do? That's Nancy Lublin. And what does she do? She builds nonprofits the way Donald Trump build skyscrapers. Hogan's Asians are huge tremendous big league stuff. Believe me when Nancy accidentally set next to Trump, and that Theodore, she had just launched her first nonprofit dress for success, the organization started as a clothing drive to help women on welfare dress for job interviews. She collected pantsuits pearls pumps you name. It Nancy had piling up on her teeny apartment. She figured Trump might have a spare storage room somewhere in his real estate empire. So she started pitching. And I talk about dress for success. And how many it is? And he. Says oh really do enjoy it. And I was like, yes, it's pretty amazing helping women like move from welfare to work. And he says really it's not boring, and I'm like, no, it's not boring. So I said to him. So what do you do? And he's before. And I said, well, what do you do? How would you describe a really rich? I guess I'm a builder I build things and I said, oh, do you like it? I mean like I gave it right back to their off to a rocky start. No matter Nancy keeps pushing and I call a friend and say, you gotta give me the name of his personal assistant. She says it's normal order who was famously his assistant for decades. And I go to blockbuster again, this is a long time ago, and I got a giant box of milk dads, and I get in a cab, and I take me a Trump Tower, and I go up and Trump Tower now on the twenty sixth floor, and I look around it's all golden glass and mirrors really golden Gus mayors. Icy the skinny blond on the night before the feeder, and I wave my arms she comes over. She's like a woman from the theater, what are you doing here? And I said, look I will give him a box of milk dad's a week for the rest of. His life. If you can just find me like five hundred square feet of space because everything's in my apartment, and she says, he's broke you look around. And I'm like I see times are rough and I shake her hand say, okay. Well, thank you so much. You have to love this about Nancy. She doesn't give up easily. Now again, I'm an entrepreneur. I am bitten by that. Buck. I don't give up there. So I'm doing like FOX breakfast TV the next week, and I look over and the woman sitting next to mate recognize her, and I say you Liz Smith gossip columnist. She says, I am I say, you know, have the story you might be interested in, and I tell you the story and that Sunday, she writes it up in the New York Post and it runs in her column nationally, and she tells it on TV Monday morning, I take that New York Post, and I go to Trump Tower, and I say to security, please tell Norma or that Nancy Lublin is downstairs, and then go up and number forever says see you we saw he saw he thinks it's very funny, but we have nothing for you. The ending of the story is I got the most beautiful rejection letter I've ever seen in my entire frigging life. On Trump Tower. Gold embossed letterhead as I've said before you I could scrape off that logo and make fillings for everyone..

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"lublin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Now, let's take an in depth look at a huge part of the digital world. We live in social media. It's a revolution. That's changed. So many parts of life and real estate being constantly connected. When you're buying and selling property can be an amazing tool. If you use it the right way. So let's talk about that. With a true digital pioneer. Bill Lublin is a real tour and the broker owner of century twenty one advantage goal in the Philadelphia area. Bill wrote the pro course for an AR which trains real tours around the country on tech Bilas also the past chair of any ours. Data strategies advisory board Bill welcome to real estate today. Thanks so much for having received. We are. So glad you're here. So Bill, let's talk about social media if I'm selling my house. How should I as a consumer use social media to make it happen? If you're selling your house, I'm assuming that you're a smart consumer, and you're using a real estate professional what I would do is share what they're doing on social media, three example, all of our agents post and boost new listings as they come in as well. As information about neighborhoods etcetera. So if I'm your agent, for example, Stephen, and I appreciate your business. Thank you. We're selling your home watch for my social posts. And then re post them by you sharing someone who lives on the next block might see the for your home is all my goodness. My sister was looking for a home. Let me call her. I didn't realize sleeping with Shelly is home. So amplifying the efforts of the real estate professional. I think that's really important. That is such great advice Bill, but you know, I've got a mention there's so many social media channels out there. There's Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest, and even Lincoln, which ones are really having an impact on real estate transactions from coast to coast. Well, all of the and all of them are having impacts in different way. Lincoln, for example, is a more formal venue. So in length, Dan, I'm going to be doing business to business types of articles in Pinterest. It's less of a marketing thing and more of a visual way of connecting. If I'm in an area where they're really interesting architectural properties. I may take pictures of great fireplaces or great staircases or terrific exteriors and collective Pinterest and become associated with whatever that style of housing is or whatever that area, it's on the Graham on Instagram, the Graham on the grant on the grant, I didn't know it at a nickname. Yeah. Yeah. Well, Instagram is probably a much younger venue and has a very engaged community. It's a very visual plates. You have videos that you can do their brand stories that can be there, and it can be used to connect again using social objects. And then you have Facebook Facebook is the largest audience out there. But because it's so large and so diverse it makes it a little bit harder to be really surgical in the way, you reach people there. Yeah. Remember, you have mom grandmom. You have the kids and depending on where you are in that generational slice. Facebook is more or less important to you? And there's a lot of people on Facebook. So there's a tremendous amount of noise and separating what we would call the signal. The message we want to send from the noise is sometimes really difficult how about Twitter. So what is it broadcast platform? It's sort of like standing on the edge of the class and yelling into the maelstrom enacting and re tweeting with local news. News networks is a great tool for real chores. And real chores are a great tool for consumers who want to know about market prices and changes in the market and interest rates going up. Is it a buyer's market or a seller's market or buyers? Tips your sellers steps there's a ton of that out there as an agent, whatever market you're looking to connect with you need to think about which channel would be most appropriate for you. Interesting Bill, you know, so far we've talked about social media and selling your property. But what if someone is buying a house does social media play any role in that that you can see what other people are doing in the same marketplace? Okay. I think consumers have to be careful what they say online about what they've seen because you could for example, talk about a great house. You've just seen that you put an offer in on. And somebody else might go. Oh, wow. I would like that house to let me get my agent and go over there putting offer and also they could beat you could be certainly they're going to make it more expensive. Wow. Or more complicated. You know, we're we're in a world of instant gratification and over sharing and some things you might just want to keep within that little group of you and your agent until you've actually come to an agreement with a seller or buyer, and then of course, trumpeted to the world's enjoy yourselves. That is such smart advice. Bill really I want to. Thank you for joining us on the show this week in giving us, some really cutting edge strategies on social media and real estate. Thank you. Thank you. Always a pleasure to be here. You're very welcome Bill loveline realtor and broker owner of century twenty one advantage gold in the Philadelphia area..

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"lublin" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"Is key, and this is jesse's new player has join podcast about the video games. People love and why they love them see day. What are we doing are picking up all demand young slamming them into the ground while pretending to be a profession or a person from a country of sorts that once again, that is still accurate guys get. We sat down with the hilarious how Lublin you might know from really many things, but you might know specifically from his podcast tights and fights, which I bring up because today we're talking about WWF smackdown WWF which is the name is the name, the name, no WWE and it has a lot of brooding care dirty up used to have the rocks don't go Steve Austin. If we're going back even further Bret, the hitman Hart, the undertaker the riser Ramon at who I don't remember what his name. I didn't know that his dad was a wrestler, but guys, this is a famous wrestling game, and we talk a lot. About WWE in this in this episode and we've felt the need to explain up top for anybody, unfamiliar what the WWE. No, it's worldwide, but it's mostly American. I'm certain some of you are like I know of that world, it scares me. It's terrifying era fi. How would you describe the WWE? How would I describe it? A rally? No. That's pretty accurate? No, I would describe it as a wrestling slash dramatic show. I would say it's like it's a superhero show. It's it's what it is. Dirty south Cirta Soulet. Good versus evil it every that's everything it's an opera is the guy each year for? Yeah, that's what it is, but they're actually hurting themselves. Yeah, it is a, I mean, there are there are play. It's a play. The WWE is a graphic violence bizarre play that is at its core wrestling, but really at its core, it is terrifying step to think about wrestling. You're like, how did this get? How did this? How do people sell this somebody that people were like? Yeah. Okay, love it. People love it. It's great. Just grown adults in silly costumes, pretending to be silly characters and pretending to have real beef with other people. I used to watch. All the time. I, I mean, so did I? I won't pretend it didn't. But this episode is a lot of fun house, great house gray. And he loves wrestling and it shows video games and it shows shows. So I say, we just jumping, let's jump into it. All right, guys, it's how Lublin WWF smackdown. This is new players join. Not scared. I'm not scared. No people who aren't scared. They say that out loud..

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David, Officer and California discussed on Gary Sullivan

Gary Sullivan

01:58 min | 2 years ago

David, Officer and California discussed on Gary Sullivan

"Maybe and and so that's only adding to the confusion that those parents are enduring but we did learn over the weekend that health and human services has assembled a task force to continue the work of trying to reunite a thousands of children with their parents the government says it knows the location of all of the eighteen hundred children's still separated from their families to san diego police officers were hurt in the suspect dead police chief david misled says those officers were responding to a disturbance at an apartment complex and after they smelled smoke opened a door where the suspect was waiting behind it you start shooting officer of our officers did return fire at this time is unknown if it was from our from us returning far this was something so quickly oh is officers hospitalized in stable condition in northern california the ponti wildfires now burning more than fifteen hundred acres there's zero containment in lake county and cal fire battalion chief jonathan cox says this rate of spread is really being fueled by strike conditions at the wind and the relative humidity is that we're seeing today authorities say seven hundred buildings under mandatory evacuation another surgery today for south carolina republican congressional candidate katie arrington who was hurt in a deadly car crash friday you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time eight oh two police have arrested a suspected hit and run driver after a bicyclist was hit and killed in central denver police say it happened at spear and logan in the early morning hours saturday the cyclist was pronounced dead at the scene a police spokesman says investigators were looking into whether alcohol was involved police caught up with an arrested a driver near cherry creek drive in holly firefighters worked overnight to put out a fire at the historic mary's lake lodging estes park the valley fire protection district responded to the first alarm around eight o'clock last night and quickly realized they need more help we went to a third alarm base green tales calling lublin allen.

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"lublin" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Why we sat down with nancy and she told us that crisis text line was a spin off itself of do something dot org which was a platform she created that gave young people at different way to sort of connect with causes they care about they could volunteer they could collect items to donate almost like a gofundme me and of course it used a lot of text messaging to organize those campaigns and then in the course of sending out those texts to all these millions of people nancy lublin entertained started getting these messages back and very often they were not about causes they were about serious problems in in some of these kids lives kids started texting us terrible things that were going on in their lives like about being bullied or about domestic violence situations and i was like look if they're gonna share by text maybe there ought to be a hotline by text and so we built it and launch it took about two years to launch but we we launched it oh do you teach people how to respond to a text that says something horrible like that right mostly it's suicide and depression lot of depression anxiety a lot of selfharm actually is way bigger than i thought it was and so we respond with crisis counselors who are volunteers who apply online go through a background check and about a ish our training that includes quizzes and roll plays on your computer you can do it at home in your jammies and your equipped to handle these conversations it's pretty amazing originally we also thought that it would be like we'd match women with women or lgbtq texters lgbtq crisis counselors or texas with texas and we tested all of that and none of it matters what actually matters is speed and the wait times and how quickly we can get some a human talking to you the the drawback would texting and we've seen this in our personal lives right not not in our face to face relationships but the drawback with texting is the potential for misunderstanding.

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"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"W your fall were recorded by looking at the school ramp oh my dude whatever welcomed a tights imports it might be responsible see what we're talking about tried to sing it you abc's you okay look already look right miles it's over over the moments over at the blue eiseke handover grew it's been over for so long i just want you to know mrs tyson fights the shoulder discusses wrestling with the sincerity and clarity that deserves girl oh i'm your how it bit gold medallist how lublin and i'm joy today oh oh my goodness oh thank you thanks julia is the only person who could do that is julian that's why that's why he's gets paid the big bucks that this big podcasting box as i said i'm joined today by my fellow members of the nation the conversation durham allonge general daniel radford still talking to make is that mm oh i love sherry so much and the master of the super calct party lindsay cal i only get quotes there widow go quotes for me i would you and your party join it it would be fine i see so british has idea would be great quite good things are very good here that's right before we get to what happened this week i think we need to give a special spotlight to mr brons stroman who last week proved that he has much more magic to provide beyond being a monster everything is wonderful he's the term sure all man hey guys remember when wrestling is really good proof.

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"lublin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It you can get a soffer upgrade for your car that gasic new features like you're driving a computer at that point they have a huge touchscreen in there and they have a lot of little gimmicks you know they had some kind of deal for celebration in all that some of that was like and i would even care and my are you know they probably it's like free it was probably just a you know get people and interested in a little thing turkey lotta bells and whistles on products are just to keep certain people happy in there and he did the uh i think he did the selfdriving and other selfdriving in that one and and it was pretty good they said the only thing is when somebody really odd acting like very unlawfully like somebody's uh coming up in a land that you want to change to in they're coming up superfast did it uh like there's some kind of alerted him even take you out of the selfdriving at that point yeah they do um you know you they're still stirring while you still have to take over but it's pretty good it's reading when the thing was selfdriving cars is they can understand the lines on the road in the street signs they don't read the lights yet but the thing that they don't understand is when the car in front of them has left turn signal on interns right right it's the unpredictability of uh free bottle free following me that's the problem of selfdriving cars this is our unpredictability around them right joann lublin thanks they should go on it oh man but you know i mean right now i've had situations where a called uber for some one and have he'll take me their house it's not a stretch to think that those companies like uber lift will be all selfdriving and when you when you want a kartika take you some where it's just just the vehicle well in really crowded uh urban words expects area mark you know they want because it it eventually they're somebody's goal and i was reading is that you won't own your car that we need to go somewhere used summon a car that's what it's like to be in new york that ratios up yeah driverless yeah it takes you where he wants.

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"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"Lil only ran cohen joy and as i was discussing with julian elliot i feel like i go into the royal rumble every year is it being my favorite and my most optimistic and hopeful moment of my wrestling calendar because it's like oh my dreams come true and then every year it's not this year many of my dreams come true and that one thing happened that it wasn't skiing on but didn't see it coming so yeah hey for the rumble mike same and same metrics like i can really only alexis since only been a few days removed from an i can only judge it based on how i felt after most recent rumbles in this one's gave you all the good field all the good for you just less feel happy yeah remember happy guys yeah no i'd say in the my top five mm but strong top top10 so there you go what do you think let us know facebookcom forward slash groups for it's less it's fights or at tights bites on twitter but that does it for this week on types of fights we are a podcast than the maximum fun network this week are hostile daniel radford mike eagle and lindsey kelkal on with me how lublin uh anything you guys want to put out there i'll be at booty works at the name of the jim i'll be at assure very what it sounds like where i want to be a boom two weeks you can you can come it's a 15th at seven thirty p m it's instrument oaks i met a follow some kind of yellow brick route tomorrow in the olympic road mark hateley already and i will be doing alive we got this best exercise you could come at exercise with us we are going to stream it live on facebook as well anybody else i'm on the episode of the masked men wrestling podcast little just came out about an hour ago we just take you today those people work fucking fast day work path oh my god so check that out on a you know a let people know about this podcast dares hopefully a few people come check us out going on over wall dated and asked me to do that specifically but i did anyway dave i'm going out on tour this week i'll be on the east coast doing a bunch of dates you can check it uh mike equal done.

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"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"Little path on it allowed to tides have funnelled boy commute you did that i do have you put a little cast on like it was a little broken ass she had to fix it had to put a little cast on a backed up uh boy rated that everybody's face and fourthly and i surrounded around well welcome to tights invites the show the discusses wrestling with the sincerity and hilarity that it deserves i'm how how how lublin toll boy hampshire it today we're going to have a 20man i'm joy today by my fellow members movement should a conversation the one man wrapped brand mike eagles right and the newest member of the nation the human video game character mega ran welcome to the show ma'am what's up thanks for having me off of course ban this is fun long time come at you feel the energy in the studio now now there to philadelphia theory filling owns very system power it's like i feel like we're in a wawa suddenly the trans uh i'm going to go i'm going to fill this weekend i'm going to go to a wawa you made me miss wawa oh love wawa so much of it sandwiches there's so many things to bring up this week that are not in a wawa on for let's start with something that many of already gotten to see and that's russell kingdom twelve mike mega ran obviously you weren't here last week megara you were actually there i was in the tokyo dome it was unbelievable i again i was super sleepy but uh but i think the energy of those matches like really kind of woke me up and.

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"lublin" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

"Yes i say so i had this fear that you know in happened when i'm out on the road pursuing my dream i had this fear like oh no don't take me off the road like if like a parents get involved or some lublin gets involved they're going to be like we're gonna put you in a hospital for a few weeks and we're gonna you know what i mean and then next thing you know like the whole you know the holes dreams sort of dissolves and so i did have this fear about talking about it and so in so that sort of it took me a few months to get comfortable with the idea of telling it one of the things that that was interesting hearing the show again is that reminded me that when we made the movie of this show one of the original goals was to do it without narration air when we made the version without narration while we realized is it was the navigation that made people vicaro that the fact that that um we would show the movie without narration to people and people jess hey did you hear gas and what was really interesting is that jokes that you had been doing on stage for a year or two years that point literally years yet nearly three years that here in live on killing on state in the movie the exact same jokes just derby nothing was cricket's it was fascinating i remember you sound like i just don't even understand the math of this i know the material solid a put it in front of hundreds of audience really i mean early cuts of the movie there was no laughter yeah mozell over vote the is almost nanya and um and be a people hated you hated the movie and on did.

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"lublin" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Science... sort of

"I think any new just from rate following lots to talk about the stuff all the time so i was like a basis for a longer is going through and finding all of the little step articles for all the features that looked at the same time and then just like going through and finding more research on each sweet let's took i'll i mean whenever i end up doing that i get so far down the rabbit all police is getting paid all that sounds lublin there is nice no holy do do you have any specific comic artist influences it sounds like you have more of a background of a webcomic scene which i know is a pretty different space from paper issue superhero stuff so be curious to know who who inspires your style in renewable on any super nine and a pledge that a lot of severe found myself and did like of course growing rapidly music action or people have influence horror comics my main stephenson i love doing this educational stuff because they do because otherwise mitch and every day i feel like i have the ability to do it so i should i know all the stuff and i can draw the steps to the race go ahead yes mrs like doing or ice tales so i guess it's kind of worry now like kids are gonna look at my on ice after this thinking on educational stuff to emerge no everywhere and very scary in my other onyx about the office section of this birth especially notching scientist hour because designs power sure does sound like an educational comic it done yet it's not saying tragic oh no no i was just going to say that my mother i've just got a copy of a treasury of victorian murderer volume one by rick puree route.

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"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"So before we get to our guests the entrepreneurs who put the governor and the word grit i'd like to open a bit uncharacteristically with a quote from the bible the race is not the swift nor the battled to the strong or bread to the wise or riches to the discerning or favor to the skilful a timing chance happened to them all time and chance happens to us all except nancy lublin time and chants don't happen an anti grit happens and once this quality kicks in she's unstoppable gary thinking about some social problem she gets restless she can tolerate take for example her not for profit dressed for success you recall she wanted to help women on welfare enter the workforce in style entertainingly nancy never cared much refashion if anything she finds that ludicrous my father growing up was a lawyer he's tell me that when he was hiring secretaries he look out the window and watch them go from the car to the building and that he'd know before they reach the building whether or not heed hire them shut that was the worst thing i had ever heard i was like that's you just described discrimination to me that's horrible and he said and it's the truth so go come your hair and so i mean i i just knew that the world works this way we discriminate based on a i look on everybody and so that's where dress for success came from so nancy is just identified a huge problem employers judge job applicants especially women based on a physical appearance she might have valiantly struggled for fair hiring practices but that's a struggle for activist the sort of people who can tolerate an incremental battle with history in human nature.

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"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"You might actually have more grit if you treat your energy as a precious commodity to forget the tired cliche of running a marathon you want to be more like indiana jones somersaulting under ablaze racing a few steps ahead of a rolling bolder and swinging your whip and to you reach your holy grail but if you ask me nancy lublin is the entrepreneurial equivalent of indiana jones i wanted to talk to her for this episode because she's at ten out of ten when it comes to grit and she also does our work in the not for profit sector which has even more landmines than the commercial world capital is harder to come by talent is harder to recruit and our overall society at least here in the us broadly rewards commercial people more than they were roared nonprofit people but i award from our sponsor ziprecruiter i also as a role in every interview try to talk like a viking that's the insiko ceo of ziprecruiter and verbal viking warrior at least when it comes to interviewing job applicants hear i'm out and what i mean by that is i try to be as direct as possible to see how they respond when i am completely honest with them so if i ask you a question and you give me a bad answer i will tell you i think that's a bad answer here's my reason why and i will see how you react because honestly that's how i'm going to interact with you if we work together in will help you discover your inner viking later in the show and if you're looking to hire fast gives ziprecruiter try at ziprecruiter dot com slash scale back shown.

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"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"lublin" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"I'm jim cohen i'm the executive producer for masters of scale and we'll get to the show in just a moment but first we wanted to tell you about another podcast we really been loving lately it's a new podcast from the folks at signs friday and it's called undiscovered undiscovered is a show about science but it's really about the people who make science happen and about the left turns and false starts that they make along the way in each episode host antimen off an elephant or introduce you to the kinds of stories that scientists share when they get together for a few beers after work this week on undiscovered the fight over science funding gets personal after a us senator call to research a waste of taxpayer dollars sheila paddock went to capitol hill to prove to that senator jess what her sciences worth and i have to say i am a big fan of sheila paddock science so check it out you can listen by subscribing to undiscovered on i tuned stitch or or wherever you get your podcasts or you can visit them online at undiscovered podcast dot o r g and now onto the show i went to see absent the doll's house at the theatre ten throw center sitting to my left donald trump from gradually back then to his left for some skinny bonded and recognize and he's email dutt's like shoving them in his mouth fistful that a time and i look at emina micron do you need to own the company or those available if is all grabs the box from the skinny woman accent hands to me i don't think she eat anything but open water and so i did not as we strike of a conversation and he says so what do you do that's nancy lublin and what does she do.

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