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AP News Radio
Kraken ride 2nd period outburst, thump Stars 7-2 in Game 3
"The Seattle kraken wrote a 5 goal second period to a 7 two victory over the Dallas stars. Maddie paneer scored a goal and assisted on another as the kraken scored on their first four shots on goal in that decisive period. Some real momentum get on your toes. The other team was kind of sitting back a little bit. Obviously it's tough. So then you just start popping them in. 7 different players scored for Seattle in the game. Jordan eberle started the onslaught with this third goal of the series which the kraken now lead the stars by two games to one. Jim Bernard, Seattle
Bloomberg Radio New York
"maddie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Carol master along with Maddie mills live here on Bloomberg business week and there was a story in the Bloomberg that caught our attention today. It's about how a new era of books are helping black workers navigate corporate America. It's important as black workers still lag their white counterparts, particularly when it comes to the highest paying and most powerful jobs. So our next guest manage certainly understands this and the importance of diversity in any organization. Absolutely with us now is the author of rising together how we can bridge divides and create a more inclusive workplace. The author Sally helgason, who is also a speaker and leadership coach, is with us via Zoom in New York City. Sally, thanks so much for making time for us. One of the things I'm struck by in the book is even just the emphasis you have on Wii, how we define, we, how we create a we, how we get there, but it feels like a pretty lofty goal sometimes. In creating and researching the book, what would you say is the thesis, the big lesson you learned and how to create that we at a workplace. I think the strongest way we can create a we in the workplace is to focus on what our behaviors are, rather than what the thoughts might be running through our head. There's been so much emphasis on unconscious bias and its role that I think it's gotten us more focused on our thoughts rather than our actions. So by identifying specific inclusive behaviors and by also having an awareness of the triggers, they can hold us back from building strong relationships with people we may perceive as being different than ourselves. I think that's the best way to move forward. Do you see though that action is maybe also linked to unconscious bias and help me understand how they're not. They are, of course, they're linked to unconscious bias, but I think that it is more helpful to learn to act our way into new ways of thinking than to think our way into new ways of acting. Let me explain. When we have when we practice a new action and we may engage somebody in a way that's different than maybe feels authentic to ourselves at that particular moment, we may get a response that gives us a new path to engaging. That person and then people that we may perceive as being like them. We all know how that works. You can you can think you feel a certain way about a certain group of people. You know, it could be anything from, you know, some person who's heavily tattooed. I mean, that could be an example. I think that way. Well, you react in a way to a person who has that characteristic. And get a good response from them and therefore to establish some kind of rapport with that person. And then you start to change your mind about people who you think are like them. If I cut to the chase, Sally it almost feels like action speak louder than words. And when it comes down to it, because to be fair, and I think about this with George Floyd, the murder of George Floyd, and we had so many conversations once again about diversity and inclusion. And for someone who's like yourself probably been covering this for a long time, I feel like I've had these conversations 5 years ago, ten years ago, 20 years ago. So something's got to obviously not doing it right. Because we're not moving the needle fast enough. So, you know, I think about all the training then as a result of what you're saying that all the training that we all go through, courtesy of our HR department. So what's one or two things that we can all kind of take to heart and do better in terms of actions? Yeah, I'm not here to diss the kind of inclusive bias training that organizations have been handing out for the last ten years, although I've seen it done wrong, and I've seen it for both backlash. I'm here to provide, if not an alternative, then the next step, which I think is focusing on specific behaviors that we can practice. Here's an example. One thing I really advocate in the book, but that I've been working with for many years, and I've been writing about inclusion since I wrote the web of inclusion in 1994. So it's quite a while. I've had a lot of experience in seeing a lot. One thing I find really, really helpful is to write new scripts for actions that we may feel our potentially, you know, have the potential to kind of trigger us or stirr up certain emotions. And I'm not talking about egregious examples of racism or harassment. I'm talking about the kind of everyday triggers, um, I wonder what that person meant by that. I wonder if they were referring to me and the time I did X, Y, and Z so one thing we can do is to try to write a different kind of script for that person, rather than I wonder if they were trying to offend me, is I have the feeling that maybe that person was saying that because of the bad experience I know that he or she had with this or that person. And so do that before we cancel them, essentially. Yeah, you know, and I think exactly. I mean, I'm making a joke, but it's not funny. I think there's this big conversation about cancel culture. And I wonder if we are cutting off an important conversation by doing so. I think we cut off important conversations all the time because we either, okay, that person's off my list, how dare they say something like that, or on the other hand, well, I see I'm being canceled because I can't say any thing that crosses my mind, no matter how much it might blow up a situation in a professional situation. No, you can't and guess what? You never could. So trying to find ways to diffuse a situation rather than inflame it. To give someone the benefit of our goodwill, even if we're not positive, that they deserve it or have earned it, can give us more positive pass towards action because as you say, we have been having these conversations for a long time. I have been having these conversations for over 30 years. And we have not sufficiently begun to change things. So when you work with and you have worked with Google, do your Johnson Johnson. These are all very familiar companies. Certainly to our audience, just got about 30, 35 seconds left here. I mean, what is it that is often their first question about how to do it differently or what is your first observation and just quickly if you could. The first question is, how can we behave differently? How can what serves us? Overall picture, new scripts, and giving others the benefit of goodwill. Small picture, it can be instead of being triggered by somebody who's very good at getting noticed for what they do, say, um, wonder what I can learn from this person instead of, well, I'm glad I'm not like them. My best friend always tells me don't sweat down sweat up, which I think is really good. If you're going to worry about anything, learn from the people who are doing what you hope you get to do someday. That is really interesting. That's really, really. And good advice from you as well, obviously, Sally. All right, Tom hillson. She's author speaker leadership coach, her new book, rising together how we can bridge devise
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Robyn Pfaffman: Preferred Questions to Ask Alex Murdaugh
"This case and South Carolina Todd with mister Murdoch and his deceased wife, Maddie and son, Paul, who he called paw paw is riveting and insane. And I'm so angry because I've been watching it and if I was the prosecutor, Robin Hoffman prosecutor, I would just look at this guy after all of this on and on testimony and say sir, who do you think killed your wife and son? I personally believe he's totally guilty. It's a very wordy trial prosecutors kind of slow. This is not for the twitterverse crowd that likes it all in 20 characters. And I want somebody to say to this guy, who do you think killed your wife and son, sir, when only your phone is pinging at the tower, you're on star in your car and truck has you at the scene, your tire printer at the scene, it's your gun, you're lying to police, you're lying to all your housekeepers, and oh, by the way, there's three other people that are dead in relation to this case.
AP News Radio
Burakovsky helps Kraken beat Panthers 5-2
"The kraken's three game skid has ended with a 5 two victory at Florida. Andre burakovsky scored the go ahead goal midway through the second period, breaking a one one title less than two minutes after Eric stalled not at the score with his first goal since 2021. Burakovsky, Yanni Gordon Maddie beniers, each had a goal and an assist for Seattle. Jordan eberle and Daniel sprung had the kraken's other goals and Martin Jones turned back 24 shots. Chris Tierney provided Florida's other goal and Sergei bobrovsky stopped 27 of 31 shots. I'm Dave ferry.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"maddie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hello I'm Maddie How are you I'm okay I'm never too tired for Andrew My great aunt Maddie and I talk all the time We love trading travel stories But in March of 2020 we called 9-1-1 together to send an ambulance for Papua He sounded horrible like he was dying He couldn't get rid of the fever He had no energy chest pains He had everything The next day Carl was in ICU on a ventilator His blood pressure was going up and down His oxygen was going down He was going up and down up and down up and down up and down It was more than three times that they told us that Carl wasn't going to make it We did an end of life crawl with his son and his friend Daryl I do remember saying that he was my rock that we had been in each other's lives for 18 years and that I don't want us to spend another moment apart Daryl Robinson isn't just papa Carl's friend They've been a couple for 18 years which papa Carl had kept a secret My desire was that he would walk out of the hospital so that we could actually be recognized as a couple and not have to live kind of like in hiding even though papa Carl was sedated aunt Maddie thinks he heard the call with everyone on it Slowly his condition stabilized and he came off the ventilator After spending four months in the hospital Papua Caro was wheeled out in July 2020 He couldn't walk The stairs were dangerous at that point Papa Carl's home has steps but Daryl's House is flat with hardwood floors perfect for a wheelchair So that's where he went Family followed We came from Denver and we were all there for a month to take care of him Meaning that the people pop up Carl had kept apart for so long our family and Daryl were now housemates Worst of affirmation make me feel really good but definitely physical touch and affection After seeing papa Carl nearly die Daryl wanted to show him how much he loved him but the smallest touch or hug from Daryl would make Papua Carl stiffen especially if I'm Maddie was in the room The only time I have encounters with him being gay as when he's with his partner and his partner hug him or kiss him or something like that Sometimes I wish he wouldn't do it but it doesn't bother me Nurses were in and out visiting pop of Carl So were physical therapists It was a little bit weaker pushing her heel up right Yeah You got it Good All right and have a seat Excellent How today Papua was getting stronger moving around more But Daryl was feeling confined Carl needs to decide on where does he see me fitting in his world Un closeted gay male that's just not me And that part of me does not to change Daryl usually kept his distance and it only seemed to grow as the days passed I love him deeply but maybe we just go our separate ways Late one night after the others were asleep I tiptoed to pop a Carl's room to ask him about the root of this tension between him.
"maddie" Discussed on Health Shi"F"t
"Doctor Mattie provides specific safe chiropractic adjustments to improve nervous system functioning and enhance the body's innate ability to heal from within. Her goal is to empower each of her practice members to live with less limitations and with more life expression. I love it. So welcome, Maddie. I'm so happy to have you here today. Thank you. I'm so excited to be here. I'm really looking forward to this. Great, great. So tell us your story. I always like to hear people's stories in terms of how they got to where they are, their life's calling and passion today. Yeah, absolutely. So growing up, I always knew health was kind of the direction I was headed. Getting into undergrad, my site was on medical school, becoming a medical doctor, because back then, I kind of associated health with the hospital and being a medical doctor is kind of what I thought was one of the only options for me. But as I was going through school, I was realizing more and more that that route didn't feel aligned and the idea of working at a hospital and having all those crazy hours and all the stress of it just didn't feel like it would be in my best interest and not the way that I'd be able to serve humanity and really fulfill my purpose. So after I graduated undergrad, I went on this soul searching mission and I was determined to figure out how I could use my health degree. I got a degree in health and human sciences from Louis la marmont university. And I was like, how could I use this degree to really improve the lives of people in work in the healthcare world? So I shadowed everybody under the sun. I did interviews with people, like physical therapists, personal trainers, genetic counselors, pediatricians, like all sorts of people. And when I went to go see a chiropractor, just to check it out and interview the chiropractor, this chiropractor was so excited and so enthusiastic about his work..
The Dan Bongino Show
Democrats Are Sleepwalking Into a Senate Disaster
"Democrats are sleepwalking into a Senate disaster reported on Maddie Iglesias He's a lefty substack They're noting that yeah 2022 isn't great for the Republicans but the Republicans will make some ground up because Biden's so unpopular But quote 2024 is much worse Look at the races in 2024 John tester Montana he's a Democrat and an awful one at that what he did to Ronnie Jackson an awful one How is John tester still elected statewide Montana I want to buy a place in Montana I love Montana I love love my town I had a guy come up to me in the place that he breakfast on if the church on Sunday this week telling me again how much he knows I love my tiny listen to my show How is John tester still a senator in Montana He's up Joe Manchin West Virginia Sorry gotta go Gotta go but he was wet He's not with us He's with the Democrats He can come over to the Republican side and then we can consider it He said Democrat Got to go Sorry Are you want to play cutesy time with people You go I don't do cutesy town I'll do a cutie time I think You want to do cutesy time You got to find a different show That's not this show Montana blood red state Virginia blood blood red state These two are probably doomed Sherrod Brown and Ohio one of the few states in the country trending red along with Florida Bottom are trending blue Jared Brown and Ohio 2024 deep trouble Bob Casey in Pennsylvania palous state trending purple big trouble Big big trouble
Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"maddie" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"And two, this is kind of an odd one. Do you have a recommendation for people to be, I guess, better at finding zero days or not getting popped by them? Like, what's your actionable tip for our listeners? Further reading, if you check out the project zero blog, we tend to talk about getting really into the nitty Gritty sort of details of the bits and bites of these exploits as well as I publish year and reviews, the 2021 will be coming out soon, but 2019 and 2020 is actually up, as well as the Google tag blog. Also publishes more from that threat Intel, the context behind it, point of view of zero days. So highly suggest that in one action item I would give, I don't think it fits exactly what you're asking, but one area I think where we'll really see progress is if end users and companies customers of the big vendors pushing the vendors whose products you're using asking them, are you saying that you will publicly disclose any time you've heard that there isn't in the wild exploit vulnerability. So will you annotate your release notes? And what work are you doing to make yourself more robust in your software devices more robust about this? Do you have teams working on zero day detection? Are you doing things like varying to analysis and exploit mitigations each time one of these comes? The first one I would say is the disclosure and the transparency around them is what I think will make the biggest progress step first. I really like that answer. Maddie, thank you so much for joining us today. This has been a terrifically enjoyable conversation. Thank you all so much for having me. I'm honored. You invited me here. Thank you. And now we are time. Thank you very much for listening. And of course, for subscribing, you can find this podcast at Google podcasts, Apple podcasts, Spotify, or whatever else you get your podcasts..
Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"maddie" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"Welcome our guest. I am delighted to introduce today's guest, one of the bigger celebrities we've had on the show so far. Maddie stone, a security researcher here at Google. I'm Maddie we're delighted to have you today. One of the things we want to start out talking about is there's a lot of industry debate around the risk of zero days to organizations. Some people are like, oh, zero days are rare. You don't need to worry about that. Some people say, you know, zero days are unstoppable in their monstrous and they're horrifying. How do we think about the real risk of somebody attacking my org with a zero die? Does it depend on who the organ is? How do we think about this? So I think there's two sort of questions and way to break it up there. And I think the reason why my team Google project zero and I care about zero days is the fact that while they are in fact targeted exploits, they're not things that are generally sprayed against anyone and everyone, even though it's that limited target, they tend to have a very outsized impact. And this societal impact. Even though you may not be the person being targeted with the exact zero day, your company may not be the one targeted with this year or day exploit, a lot of times these actually have impacts on the rest of us. So for example, if someone is trying to hack an election in a country and they're targeting certain people that are critical to that election with these zero day exploits, then it tends to affect a lot of us around the world are in that country as well. Or if certain minoritized populations are targeted, then that tends to have this effect across the whole population in the world we live in. So I think that's one important point in why when we're thinking about zero day exploits, it's really not just, are they going to hack me with it? Are they going to hack my company? So then if we get to that second part of the question of, okay, how concerned do I need to be about being hacked individually as a company or an end user? And in general, yes, they are very targeted. They tend to be a capability that many attackers who use them don't really want them burned. It took a lot of resources, whether it's money or time or specialized people to build it, that they would like to get a good amount of use out of it. And therefore, you know, going to be a little more deliberate in who they target..
Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"maddie" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
The Inspiring Story of Margaret E. Knight
"So margaret louise night. She was a prolific american inventor of machines and mechanisms for a variety of industrial everyday purposes. Margaret was nicknamed maddie mit. She lived with her widowed mother and older brothers. Charlie and jim in a little house in york maine. she was born in eighteen. Thirty eight by the way so after her father passed away mattie had inherited his toolbox and she liked to think of things that could be made with these tools and she drew them in a little notebook that she labeled my inventions. Mattie demonstrated knack for tools and mentioned from an early age making toys kites sleds and household items in as little girl. She preferred to play with woodworking tools. Instead of dolls saying that quote the only thing she wanted whereas a jack knife gimblett and pieces of wood. She knew she wanted good for her so when she was eleven. Maddie's finley moved to manchester new hampshire to work in the textile mills there and so matty was going to continue going to school only going so far as a complete her elementary school education and she got to know the head engineer there while wandering around the grounds after school waiting for her family to be done with their like fourteen to eighteen hour shifts. Sure textile mills. Yeah including like her twelve year old brother and fourteen so at age twelve. She started working the mill herself and aloom ow function and injured a worker So it turns out that one of the leading causes of serious injuries at the mill that she had observed was the propensity of the steel-tipped flying shuttles so those were manipulated by workers to unite the left in the warp threads in their weaves. I'm so these shuttles would come free of their looms and they would like shoot off the machines high-velocity even at like the slightest employee error. So like there were people dying from this. There are people like you know basically like you're getting almost shot. Yeah basically tipped metal thing like flying off a machine you know so it was really dangerous and so matty what she did. She created a guard. That would stop the shuttle from coming off of the machine if it malfunctioned. So like the exact details of this device have kind of been lost to history but mentions of it came out throughout published stories of her work and her Mentions articles that will get into so again because this was the mid nineteenth century. And why would anybody document what they actually did anyway. So workman who installed these types of guards all the looms and all the males in manchester. So this sounds like a big deal. She clearly didn't make any money for sure. You know maybe save some lives so after she turned eighteen. Mattie left manchester for better opportunities She worked in several different factories on new england along with other short-term technical jobs too so that she could keep
Out of Bounds Podcast
"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"And there's no short-term rentals, and it's like this is a ski town. A lot of these. People can't afford these houses without renting them short-term so, but like the, yeah, now they're starting to show up and they're starting. So it's thoughts on these smaller levels and then it just goes up. Yeah, I mean, that's a, yeah, a bit of a rant and way smaller than pile, but like, that's how it happens. So yeah, it's just getting involved, even in your community level. It's important, it's amazing. Yeah. Maddie where can people follow you, we went you're my longest episode like an hour and 20 minutes. So your great-great read all day long. Raising your story is phenomenal. Thank you for telling it twice where can people follow you? Where can they follow protect our Winters? Where can they follow girls of the enter Onyx? Yeah, you can log. Me on Instagram at Maddie underscore fan of Phaneuf and women of the atk's, is women felt them. So, womxn of the Adirondacks and then protect, our Winters is just protect our Winters. I believe on Instagram. If you want to get involved, I know that there have been trying to kind of increase their volunteer base work, so they need to go to the website, protect our Winters. Org. They might have like a volunteer section, anyone you're listening anywhere across the country. If you're interested in getting involved, how you can do, like a volunteer training course, it's pretty simple. And then you can kind of work against repeal once we have post covid-19 cigar then. So, yeah, that's kind of. Yeah, those are my handles, follow me. If you feel like it, I love it. I feel like wage Mary, thank you so much. I can't wait to watch you in the Olympics this year. It's going to happen. You gotta will it. You'll be there and thanks for being on the show again. Yeah, thanks for having me dead. And that was the episode friends. Hope you liked it. I went over my time. So I hope you made it this far off. I'm sure you did cuz mad. He's a great Storyteller and I just listened I didn't even say that much in this episode cuz she's so good. And so professional. Can't wait to see her page push for the Olympics this year and we'll all be cheering her on. And next year, I will be interviewing gold medalist. Madoff enough. Thanks guys..
Out of Bounds Podcast
"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Of grew into right before the Olympics. I had this realization of like, oh, if you make the Olympic team for the u.s., after the Olympics in the spring, you get an invitation to the White House to meet the president, and the vice president and their wives. And so, I was kind of like, personally, I had no interest in meeting the president at that time. And so I reached out to Pal and was just like, hey, just a thought, like, I know this is typically, what happens, but I'm wondering, is that a way that pass Involved in, maybe, if I were to visit the White House could I have like a pow shirt or like, had like a pin or like something, or like be able to say, a phrase to the president, like page, you should really think about climate action? Like, climate change is real, and so, it's kind of just dropping that ball on like, okay what should we is there something that we can do and so they were like, that's just an idea. Let's look into it. Will brainstorm will get back to you and then they emailed me and they were just like, all right, so we've done some research. Life doesn't seem like we can really Infiltrate The White House with our stuff because team USA's pretty strict on what you can wear, what you could bring but they were like what if we did a track separate with Paolo and picked a handful of athletes, to go to the Capitol during the same time and just meet with congressman and representative. To discuss climate action. And at the time, the big push was to set on to this bipartisan climate caucus and so they invited me. Jessie Diggins, David wife's Arielle, gold and Stacey cook. And so they invited all of us with a couple of house staff and my first, my instinct when I saw the email of it, be official, I was just like, first of all, I do not belong in this group of athletes, like, half of these athletes have Olympic gold medals or Olympic bronze medals or something and, and I didn't even raise. So I was like, I don't belong here and then also, I was just like, I don't know. I've never wanted the capital to talk to anyone. I don't do not have the knowledge or like skill set to discuss these issues with these people but I was like, okay just let the email sit there for a day, think about it. But I was like pretty dead set on be like I'm not sure. Go but thanks and then when I thought about it more I was like okay Maddie like I mostly thought back on like my high school self, if I was like okay if you were given the opportunity to go to Asia, capital of speak to your representatives with somebody, like you should take that opportunity. Like it'd be so stupid if you didn't do that. Especially because you're the one who thought of this, you start like this. You dug your own grave? I know I was like, I'm the one who thought of this idea? So like I have to go so then I was like, all right, just do it and so I was really nervous and scared to do it but I'm was life. So happy that I did because it really wasn't that scary. It's kind of like public speaking. I guess, like you're super, super nervous and like have all this anxiety attack before you do it. But then once you're kind of in in life it's like, oh yeah, what was it? So scared about like just fine. And so with speaking with the representatives and all that, I've I've learned that Those people are just human, just like everyone else, like celebrities and athletes and all. All those people that you think are superhuman like they're not, they're just regular old people and with pal, we've kind of figured out like these people don't want to just hear statistics and data again like they've heard that stuff, they've already, they've already heard all the data and scientists and all the other, like, scientific political stuff. They just want to hear real stories from real people. And so with Powell we kind of do they go a one-two punch? They like to say it's like all right, we bring in the athletes, they have they're like first-hand experience stories and all that kind of stuff. We kind of sweet-talk them until looking at Olympic medals and that kind of stuff and they're like, super psyched to have us there and then pow staff kind of hits them with like okay, but here's this bipartisan kind of coffee should sign on and like yours. This bill you should look into and so yeah, it was a game. Like a really cool experience to kind of just be in that room and kind of realize, I guess how things how like changes happened and like how regular old people can kind of make a difference just by speaking up on their own personal experiences and not being afraid to kind of share those thoughts with people that they think are powerful and scary part. Is that make sense? I don't know. It does. I think it's, you know, they the Old Guard has been in charge for a long time and it's not going to change unless people like yourself speak up and then Wednesday people like you speak up, then it encourages people like me to speak up and then when I speak up button and that's how it happened. Yeah, you know, yes and it's hard, it's hard to speak up. It's hard to say A, you know, it seems so simple, it's not simple. The grand scheme of things but like speaking up and having a voice is so simple. But then like you say, you got this email and your first, your initial reaction was to like go back in your rabbit hole and it's like no no, no. Like this is a platform and these people need to hear what I have to say. And eventually if enough people hear what we have to say, maybe just maybe we'll get a little change. Yeah, exactly thought it was a great experience. I'm happy. I did it. And since then I've done another I did another trip with them the capital that Following fall, and then we did like a virtual Capitol Hill meetings, this past that, maybe it was a year ago last summer during covid-19 Voting and just getting people registered to vote and realizing that they actually need to practice that right in order for things to change. Yeah, just an opinion and I tell you that, you know, there's people who I want to vote for and there's definitely people who I don't want to vote for, but my thing is like, especially like having a platform is like just vote like yeah, having a pig list. I don't, I'm, I'm not agree with yours and you might not agree with mine and that is okay. But the only way you're going to get things to change our by voting and like, showing up at your like little village meetings in life, you know, I am in a like, a little ski town and it's a lot of Old Guard in that ski town. And like the younger younger being like, my, I don't own a house there, but like, my generation is starting to be like, we, you know, there's a big thing about renting houses in the town.
Out of Bounds Podcast
"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Announced. If it was like social media or if I got text from somebody, but regardless, I found out the race was delayed until the following day because there was a, was a high winds and they didn't think it would be fair. They don't think they didn't think it'd be a fair event. And so they wanted to delay it and have a better opportunity that following day off. So, after that announcement happened, I texted my team doctor because one of our Like rules, I guess, As athletes is that if you have any symptom or sign of illness, like the earliest sign, you need to tell the team doctor so that we can isolate you from others. So that you don't just, in fact, the entire team. And so I texted him doctor and I was just like, hey I'm just letting you know. I I woke up with a scratchy throat. I've been drinking tea. I I honestly feel fine, but I just wanted to like, submit my symptoms, I guess. And so they were like, okay, no worries. Like normally we wouldn't do this, but since we have the resources downstairs, let's just like, rule out strep. Let's just like clear that out. Make sure you don't have it and then we'll go from there. It's probably just the cold, like, don't worry about it. And I was like, all right, sounds good. I met them downstairs went and did the strep test and normally drug tests, take like 5 minutes to get a read on the result and like within 30 seconds. Strep test was positive and I like the nurse her face. It was so sad. She like looked I could tell like she saw it and looked at me and was like, so devastated for me and I was just like, which like immediately, it makes you feel so sad. You're like no I love that. You have sympathy for your nurse like here's a nurse telling you that like boss, you're sick and you might not be able to compete. And here you are being like that, poor nurse man, that she felt so bad for her life, having a television and so she yeah, she was like She was like, oh my God, I'm so sorry. But you're positive, free strap. But don't worry. We'll get you on the antibiotics right now. By the time, the race happens. Tomorrow, you already have four doses in. You should be fine. You'll feel fine. Like, it'll be great. Like she was so supportive and nice. And I was like, and she actually made me feel better. I think. Oh, this is no big deal. Like you're so early before the race. Yeah, I'll be cut off. Yeah, we cut this so early. I don't even have swollen tonsils. We're good. It's going to be fine. And so she kind of turned it around. See? Oh yeah. This may be fine. Like who cared like whatever. Like, so I started antibiotics went back to my room. My roommate, moved out, so that she wouldn't get sick and saw the loan and then I texted everyone, whoever like my teammates and I coach be like, hey everyone just keeping you posted. I tested positive for strep, I'm on antibiotics. Some isolated I'll wear a mask when I'm out of my room but I'll save my room, get food, delivered whatever, which seemed Terrible right now, because we're in. No, but like, yeah, prior to like people wearing masks and like isolating when they're sick. Exactly. Yeah. So it like was a lot at the time and change. And so, then my coach came in and like, in my mind I was kind of like, all right, I should feel pretty good or like normal tomorrow like it'll be fine. And so my coach wanted to have a meeting and he came to my room and he basically was just like I can't remember the exact phrase he is but he basically was just like, yeah, so I've thought about it and we're not going to have you race anymore. We're going to put this other athlete in and we want you to focus on recovering and getting better. And if you feel better later this week, we'll put you in a relay like your your opportunities are not gone like you may still race. But we just we just need to put the best athlete in at the time and I wage That really hard and I was just like, okay, but can't we just wait for like the last possible second to make the decision. Like, you don't have to make this decision until tomorrow afternoon, or like three hours before the race wage. Like, how's the? I could feel totally fine tomorrow if we're on antibiotics and I was just like, I was like, I'll be totally honest with you. Like, if I feel worse I'll tell you like, I'm not going to lie down, like I just want you to just wait like why you making this decision? Now, when you don't have to, and he just was just hit his, as his response was like, well, this is the ago. So I'm going to put the best athlete in and in my mind at the time, I was like, okay but this is the Olympics. I might never come back here again and I want to race. Like just let me do this box race like please. And so that was really hard that we were just on different pages with that and I basically was like sobbing after like once he left the room was just like crying and and I was also there's like so embarrassed to have to tell everyone. Like, hey, I know, I talked to yesterday that I was going to raise, but now I have strep and I'm not and so maybe I'll race later this week. But like maybe not like it just like a big rollercoaster of emotions of like going to it, really? Oh I'm not going to raise and then I'll actually I'm going to raise and then oh just kidding. You guys shut up. You're not going to raise. Oh, but you might race later but actually you're going to get the flu also. So you're going to be really fucked and just totally the sickest dog you've ever been and you're just no chance. So yeah, it was definitely hard, and not fun. It's interesting. You should say, you talked about the coach and the coach saying it's the Olympics and I think at that level, You guys might athletes might not realize it but like you become a product and like you're the product and their job is to pick the best product for the job with the right tool for the job. Like, if you're a hammer and you need a screwdriver or like the screwdriver, is the better option at that time, and that's a really hard. And I'm not saying was there could cope or could understand, but just hearing your story and the mental like toughness that that takes to be that type of athlete. Is something that I don't think the the regular smoke and understand Yeah, yeah. And it definitely took me a while.
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"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Right, this is what I have to do and it sucks but that's what. Yep. Some reason, that's what I want, you know. Yeah, it's interesting that you say that you say it's selfish. And I, I just thought of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for some reason, like, all the people get tempted at go, do other things. And, like in the beginning, the guy like tries to pay him to let go do like, get the secrets. But like, no, you have to stay and it's more than charger in the jungle Adventure, but like you have to stay focused and you can't, I mean, you can but then you're you're wasting your your time and your coaches time and and exactly like you could do all of those things and also trained, but God, you're not going to be the best. Like you're not going to someone's going to be doing something else and they're going to help beat you until the Olympics spot. Basically that's why so hard to stay a champion. I think because those there's always someone like, Mike Tyson was amazing, but there's always someone who wants it more. And once you're at the top, it's hard to stay at the top because you have way more opportunities to home. On and by tigers exactly tiger Those damn Tigers, everything tiger know, but I mean, that's why it's so hard to be a champion, because you get, there's always someone who wants it more. And once you're at the, yeah, it's nice to stay there because you get more distractions, more media and more Outlets more, whatever. Yeah. How hard is like, are you on a full nutrition plan? I personally am not, but I think there are a lot of professional athletes that do have specific nutrition plans for themselves. I don't just because I in general I believe in being able to eat whatever you want in moderation. I don't believe in diets and that kind of stuff. But I do pay attention to like, oh, I need to be I know what my body likes. And if I'm eating junk food all the time, I'm going to feel sluggish and not have great workouts, but if I eat a little bit healthier and just have more real food, I guess then I'll feel good. Drink a lot of water, make sure you eat 20 minutes after you work out. That's kind of what I follow basically. Eating a lot of calories. I love like no. No, I'm actually I just thought it's great. So let's talk a lympics. So you get the slot and you're like, it's January, right? Yeah. So you're like, happy camper. Trying sad crying. You did it breath of fresh air. You go to bed. You wake up holyshit. I have to go to the Olympics now. Yeah. Like all this work, right? And maybe I'm wrong, but like, all this work breath of fresh air. Deep breath! Holy cow. I did it. Oh wait, it's not over. Yeah, dead and I can't remember the exact time frame, but I'm pretty sure. We just had like a week between when the team was announced. And when we flew to South Jersey, Yeah, like it was like a quick toner, turn over like, maybe maybe two weeks, but it was like very quick. And so, it was kind of like, oh my God, I think the biggest thing in my mind was like, oh my God, I had to stay healthy and I have to continue training. Like, do not mess anything up. That was like, my brain was, I don't mess anything up. Like, you did this. You have like two weeks you can do it. Just stayed focused. It's almost that you only had two weeks like versus having like three months. That's true. Yeah. You don't have any time to like, injure yourself. Yeah. Yeah. Hopefully sometime, they get training camp in Germany, and then we flew to Korea. And so that was fine. Everything went great during the training camp. And then once we hit off the, once we hit Korea, it was like landed in the airport, went to an airport hotel, spent the night and then the next morning was, like the first time where it was long. Holyshit this is actually happening because at the airport hotel we did teen processing which basically was. It was just it wasn't just the bath on team. It was like, it was my team was there. Chloe Kim. Was there, there were a bunch of free skiers there. Probably a bunch of other athletes who've been recognized or what sport, they're from but I do. Remember. Chloe Chloe Kim Dean in the room was like, oh my God, she's going to win a medal. This is insane. She's like ten feet away from me and so we were all in this room. Everyday kind of like they did like a boring presentation of like how to act around media. If you win medals like what to say would not say that kind of stuff and then we went into the fun section which was like wage. Okay, here's Ralph Lauren here is Nike, we're doing headshots gained all of this free stuff. Like three duffle bags. Full of free clothes and like all the Olympic things that you can log. Jen. And so that was like the first time where it hit me. Like, oh my God. People think that I'm important, like somehow, I just like, bumped up my celebrity, but still, like, you were an Olympian. I was like, standing in Ralph Lauren's Booth like doing, like, trying on my clothes to make sure the opening ceremonies outfit fit and there was a moment in time, I'm standing there, I'm like, getting dressed by like four people. Like I'm not even touching anything, people are putting jackets on me, tying my boots for me making sure my bandana on my neck is like George Strait and I was just like Okay so this all end because you're being treated like royalty and this will never happen to you again unless you make the Olympic team again for years. And so I just yeah address you. Yeah, I was like, okay, they think they're important so just soak it all in and enjoy it while it lasts. So that was like the, the like first month. And of like holy crap this is happening. And and then we drove to the Village the next day I think. And the village was another highlight of just like holy crap. Basically the the first like three or four days was like your your mind was just blowing. You're like, how am I here? This is not feel like real life. Like, how long did the pieces of my life fall in a certain way, where I'm the one who's, like allowed to witness the Olympic Village and like be an Olympian and all of that kind of stuff. And so the Olympic Village was definitely one of those. like situations, where it was. Like a moment of all of like holy crap, this place is awesome. And also everyone that's here in like we're all different. But also the fact that we all I don't know, I had this like relatability between everyone of like oh we have all had to say no to weddings, how to say, no to our friends, like have put time and energy and like more, like you get to the spot and that I prefer ice something to get here. Yeah. And so that I think was kind of the coolest part about being a village of, like everyone. There is different and we're all doing different sports. We're all like someone's illusion athlete, someone's a biathlete. Someone's a curler, someone's an ice skater, like we're all different, but like, we all have that, like, commonality of, we've had to sacrifice something and I'm sure..
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"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Free to come back and you can give you resources to get more like more involved in the sport. And so basically, I got introduced that way and I was definitely kind of at first, just like, what is this for? Like, I think only boys do this? So like, why am I, why am I doing this? Because the only people that did it with counters, like, people that were in my school, I did biathlon were recreational hunters. And so, in my mind, I was like, why am I, why would I do this? I don't hunt, I do. I don't use guns recreationally. Um, so anyway, sort of shooting once a week, and I thought that it was pretty fun and also challenging because I was not good at it. I like maybe hit one target, every 20 shots or something. And so, I must have just slowly gotten more involved by showing up to that practice more frequently, and then that kind of turned into going to summer camps for it. They had like training camps for high school, athletes to train in the summer time for biathlon for a couple of weeks at a time and then just yeah slowly got more and more involved and did some more racing thoughts kind of how I got introduced to it and then I guess the transition between doing it just for fun and high school to becoming more of a professional athlete would have been when dead. Was graduating high school. I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do. I felt like everyone else knew that they wanted to go to school for nursing or history or like whatever that may be. And for me, I was like, I don't know what I want to study but I do know that I want to keep ski racing and at that time I was like well I really like this new sport by a song on but you can't do it in college because rifles, you can't have guns in college grad. Obvious reasons you can have them in high school to be fair. Well, you can't have them in high school, it's like, you know, a college sport know, actually wasn't a high school sport. It was kind of like a I guess it was more of like a club sport. Yeah. So it wasn't a high school girl, the club Sport and so when I was looking at colleges I was kind of trying to decide, okay? Do I go to college and ski race? Or is there some way I can do bath like incorporate biathlon log? And I found this program at the time that was called the Mets. Winter sports center based in Fort Kent. Maine which for anyone who doesn't know the geography of Maine. It's like the very, very long. Very Northern tip of Maine on the very border of Canada. So it's very far north and I applied to the program asked my parents if they wouldn't really sure what they're going to say on the you guys care if I go to college, or can I do this? Like Sport and said and thank God, I have such supportive parents of like, oh yeah, like go through that for a year. See what happens when you put all of your energy into one thing because when I was growing up in high school, I just did everything. I like ski raced, ran track and cross-country played. Soccer, mom was in the school band, like National Honor Society, like I was just super stressed out. Like did everything which I think is good. I think it's good to have variety as a young one of her Young Yeah. See Like you know, kind of what you're interested in like see where you land. Yeah, yeah. So I was doing it all and so I was interested to see what would happen if I put all of that energy just into one specific thing. So anyway, my parents were happy for me to defer from college. Do biathlon for your kind of see what happens. Moved to Maine train wage full-time for the first time and like found a lot of success that first year and that kind of like kept my way into the national team and just kind of it was a way of of like oh yeah, I guess I'll just keep doing this cuz it's going well and just it just kept happening. So yeah, that's right. Like you didn't plan, you weren't like dead, you know? I mean I know you weren't but you weren't a five-year-old girl saying, I'm going to be an Olympic Athlete for ski, you know, biathlon ski racing know that's 20. I did have aspiring dreams of becoming an Olympic track athlete. When I was in high school like, early High School, I loved Steve Prefontaine and I am like super obsessed with just like, I want to be like an amazing Runner. Like I want to do this this and this and so I definitely had that thought, but for running definitely not for 15 or biathlon. But yeah, I was never like, I never had like a Five-Year Plan of like, oh, I need to do this this and this in order to be a successful by athlete. It was more just like, let's see what happens and thought. Oh, this happened. So maybe let's just keep writing this wave and see if it continues to get better. And then all of a sudden it's like a year before the 2018 Olympics and I'm like oh that is a feasible goal apparently. So I guess we should continue. Yeah, I have a, I have an actual shot at this. Yeah. Yeah. so, tell us about getting on the US Olympic team and what that What, how how do you get it? How do you get the spot? How many slots are there? How do you get the pic? Yeah, so generally there are five spots for the back glass on women's team and so for racing spots and one alternate in case someone gets sick or injured and just having a backup person and so there's a couple ways you can qualify you can you can pre-qualify from like having great results the previous year or you can qualify in the early season by having high results on the World Cup. But for a lot of athletes, we tend to qualify through Olympic trials, process that starts in December and the Olympics are in February month. So it's, it's like only two months before the Olympics happen, so that's kind of stressful and so in 2018, when I qualified it was a process that started in early December. We did a trials, see, a series of Trials, races in the United States. And then I think it was for women, from home, for women, from their got.
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"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Well, my name is Maddy fair enough. I'm a 2018, Winter Olympian in the sport of Babylon and I'm currently on the USF on national team living and training in Lake, Placid New York. And for anyone who doesn't know about one is, which I'm sure a fair amount of listeners, don't because it's a pretty obscure sport. It is a winter Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing with rifle Marksmanship. So that basically just means that we are skiing a verb City of distance for our races with a rifle strapped to our back kind of similar to a backpack but a firearm and we ski a certain amount of discipline to be coming to a shooting range and we shoot at Targets that are fifty meters away. And then depending on how many we hit or Mist, we may have to ski an extra amount if we miss and then go back to the same course and do it again and then shoot and then ski again, and then finish so racist can go anywhere from 25 minutes to 50 minutes long. And yeah, it's definitely an endurance sport as well as a mental Sport and just kind of all-around sufferfest. It's funny cuz when people explain subjects they're like, oh, you just do this and this and it's that's that and and then usually I am like yeah, but it's more than that and it's not that simple and then you just explained it and that sounded so stressful job. General that like there's so much going on so you're an endurance athlete urine, accuracy athlete. I don't know what you would call that but like so that means you have to control your breathing and fifty meters is the is the distance correct. Yep. And what are you shooting? How big are how big of a Target. Are you shooting off? Yeah, so every time you come in and shoot, you shoot, five targets that are standing still, so no movement and the so there's two positions, there's grown, which is laying on your stomach and the targets for that are about the size of an Oreo that you're trying to hit and fifty meters away. So it's pretty small and the name and when you come in the shoot standing, the targets are about the size of the CD disk. So they're a little bit bigger but standing you get more variability With the Wind cuz dead Have more of your body and the rifle kind of moving in the wind. I guess that makes sense. So there's a lot of variety based on, like, how the wind is is not moving and how tired you are. And if you're doing really well in the race and then you come in to shoot standing and you're freaking yourself out, like, oh my God. If I hit all my targets, I could win. And then you miss them or something like that. So yeah. That's kind of the shooting explained, I guess. So if you miss you basically do a penalty lap, which adds 20 to 30 seconds. Correct? Yes, yeah. So the distance of the pony Loop takes roughly 20 seconds and you do all those at the end or do you do it like right after you shoot? You do it right after you shoot. So there's a penalty Louis that's attached to the range before you go out onto the the right the rest of the course basically. So, it's kind of like a, it's like a shame, a shame section of the course, everyone's wage. Like oh they went into the quality Loop like summer. Do you guys do you guys like chirp each other? Like I chirped might not be the right term, but that's how I think of it from like hockey terms. Do you guys talk shit to each other? Like not that I know. No I've never like during a race know. You're too fast to even like get into. Yeah, you're too focused but they're definitely have been a few times. When for instance this season, I was watching a World Cup race on TV and I'm watching it and and they're its immense master bath, pretty sure. And so, everyone's kind of together skiing together and I'm watching it and we're like, my friend and I are like is if this German guy speaking, like you can kind of here cuz they're both cameras with Mike's on the course, you can kind of hear the ski. They're mostly for like the sounds of the scheme that beeps like bleeps, just like going up a hill, swearing everyone home, Screaming sign know, but this guy was like yelling at one of the other athletes cuz he was like getting them. I don't know. So, like, there are definitely some times when most of them, I think will be like, hey, just calm down over there, buddy. Like, you don't need to be a hero right now. Like we're all in the same pack, like, but in general that people aren't chirping each other. We're just way too out of breath and focus on the actual task at hand. I feel like that would be my only strategy like if I had to race you, cuz I'm not going to beat you in speed. Not going to beat you in accuracy, but I can, it's going to get in your head down, mentally that you miss everything, and maybe I'll hit one and then we do that in training as distraction training. Oh for that. I will like, I will zoom in Rome just talk trash to everyone on your team that would be like my dream. I would volunteer, I don't need to get paid. I don't need perfect. I'll send your email along to our coaches and we will get in touch with you, this summer off. So much trash. I'd be like, my favorite. I'll do research on like I'll dig so deep. I'll find your Myspace photos and like put them on now. Yeah, I'll go deep like, I'll I'm dedicated for US Olympic team. Oh, man. Generally five, five, it's always 5:00 targets. How long does it take long to shoot in a race? I know that's a general statement but like yeah, I would say on the international stage people are shooting between twenty and thirty seconds P 5/8 meters. Yep. If you're over thirty seconds, you're you're a little slow. But that being said, it might be worth, taking that extra breath. No Loop. Yeah, it depends. I would say at the world-class level Even if you were to take an extra five seconds or less to like get the extra breath to hit the target. Someone else who has the same skill level, as you on your skis is shooting 10 seconds faster than you. And that's the difference between a Podium and 15th Place. So, generally, the split they're like, how I mean, obviously changes every race but yeah, definitely changes every race kind of varies. But I mean, for instance, on the IBEW cup, which was the tear that I was racing primarily this season, which is right below the World Cup, but still a high-class. I was in fourth place in One race and I was 3.2 seconds off the podium. And when I got on the podium and A different race, the difference between third and fourth, I think was only like two seconds or something. That's fascinating. Yeah. And all of your all the by athletes. You guys don't just like, you have to do it all. Like you don't just do a Sprint or relay or the long-distance. Yeah. Yeah, we're definitely not like track athletes where you specialize in one event. We have to do every single race. If you go to the Olympics you're doing in Sprint, Pursuit Master relay individual mixed relay like,.
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"maddie" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Oh it's as far as your business and everything else figuring out what matters to you and every aspect of your life and that will help fine tune what your business needs to be for you for you to be what your definition of successful is and when you do that It makes it so much easier and makes the makes the process so much more enjoyable so matty. I've loved our conversation today. Where can people find out more about you in this amazing work you do. My website is smashing numbers dot com and there is a space there to want to download twenty-five tips. That i encourage you to look at and there is a prerecorded webinars. That's about thirty minutes. You can take a look at that. And those are good things i think to get. You started if you wanna have an have an appointment. I'm happy to have an initial consultation and you can do all that from my.
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"And of course their schedules have to align and if they do great if not then. I'm fortunate that i know a lot of people that work in the space that you know. That's the only thing they do. Is they just work. One on one with individuals and people all across the globe. So i can say all right here. You're in the uk. Here's two people that i know in the uk. Here's research them. Let me know who you want an introduction to and i make that introduction. That person gets the help that they need so the mission that i have like help people. Well that's the way to do it. It's like if i'm not doing it and find somebody that does and and like you know for people that are in small businesses. That are struggling with you. Know getting out of their business what they wanted what they dreamed about. Now you need to have a conversation with mattie and let's let's look at these things and figure out what we need to do in order to get you to those names. That may be a situation that hard for some people here. They may not have a product or service that's marketable and unfortunately someone along the way told them. Yes that's the greatest thing ever and you'll make billions off of it and it's not something that would be in demand and it's heart disheartening to hear that sometimes I'd much rather people here the truth and the guidance of saying yeah. You're gonna have a difficult time with that then to blow smoke up there you know what in have them think that it's going to be the greatest thing ever and that never does anything. And they've lost all the money that they've invested in the company and they're still not making any revenue so Not saying that for small businesses in general. But there are some instances like that where. I've heard them you know. Being in parts of conferences and sales pitches and all of that and thinking. You don't have something that i think is in demand right now. It might be down the road but not right now so may become up with some other plan. That comes out then you you. You've got the framework for it and you can build it. Accordingly people always people always ask me. They want they'll come to me. And say i want a million dollar business.
"maddie" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"And you won't be able to and then that's going to be a bad situation. Same thing with running a business you need to have a plan and a strategy on how to get to your goals you know somebody says they wanna they wanna make a million dollars. It's like okay. You want the revenue to be a million dollars or do you want to pocket a million dollars a big difference. And what what do you want to do. What do you have as a product or service that would be able to be generating the that type of revenue in order for you to be able to get that. What how are you going to create it. What what are the costs where you're the vendors you know what type of location you have. I mean there's there's a ton of stuff and you know. I don't i forget a lot of times about all that stuff because of all the things i do in my business. Of course everything did that mine was online but still there a lot involved incorporating making sure that all the legal stuff squared away websites and all scheduling and all these bells and whistles tools to run a business. You know. I look at it now. And i've got a good automated system on a lot of us. I know where everything is. But it didn't in the beginning. And i sought the guidance of people that went before me that launched businesses that were successful so i asked them. Okay what you know. What should i do about this. How should go about it. Why am ask that question. Because i think a lot of entrepreneurs see the big visions and working for themselves and being a business owner. But they don't ask the deeper questions of will. Why do i wanna do this. Why is this product or service. I in my opinion going to be able to generate revenue for me in this organization and those those are some questions that i'm sure you ask when you're working with people and and many times it might be the first time they're thinking about it..
"maddie" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"She was six figures in debt. She had nothing in savings and she was living paycheck to paycheck even though she was self employed and we sat down. We figured out what she wanted. We've figured out what she needed. We got her in a pattern of pain herself. We strategically work down her debt. And today she's still making five hundred thousand dollars but she's now got two hundred of going to the bottom line and she's out of debt. She has paid off all our debts. They were able to put a large payment on a house and this occurred over a period of about three years to to manage it and be strategic and plan. How you're going to get out of that. How you're going to manage your business. What your financial goals are too many people get to the end of the year and they they make money but they do. It's gone they don't know where it went. And you're there are strategies that you can put in place that.
"maddie" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"January and we are on our way to tax season tax season as you can probably guess this is an individual that works in the accounting field. Ladies and gentlemen and that's the field that i worked in many many years ago and i remember tax season and growing up in the detroit area. it's a great way to get through winter because you're just working inside all the time she don't spend a lot of time. Outside so april fifteenth hits and then april sixteenth. Your go outside. The birds chirping flowers are blooming. And going we live in a wonderful world but then your dog tired for about a month but so welcome again for being on the show and Congratulations on my pleasure. And congratulations on will be another successful and interesting tax year for people and Especially with all the things that transpired in twenty twenty from the pandemic standpoint but also from financial standpoint taxation standpoint income and stimulus checks and all of these things there's a lot of nuances into the tax season of course now we have a new administration in the white house and with the new government's and all of that although wouldn't necessarily impact this tax season. I anticipate that there will be some legislation. Going forward will be impacting taxes for next tax season. And beyond so so tell us a little bit about your furman in the work you do. I well. I am a transplant. From government. Era and other cpa firms. I bought my business ten years ago and proceeded to grow it into the public accounting firm. That i'd been fantasizing about since nineteen eighty five. And so i turned fifty. I went crazy. I left my government job. I gave up my pension. That was in place i gave up my health insurance and i bought a business and became self employed and i have never been happier in my life. I've developed business to be what i think. America needs right now which is an understanding of their finances. We have so many people in business for themselves. These days may need help. They need to understand their money and they don't because they're scared to look at it. The only thing they do is they look at their bank account on at the bank statement and say how much money do i have in the account and that is not a way to manage a business or manage your finances and so our focus at our firm is working with those small clients that.
How A 100-Year-Old Treatment Could Help Save Us From Superbugs
"In twenty fifteen. Stephanie strategy and her husband tom paterson. Both scientists were travelling in egypt. They sell the pyramids the nile and then as she tells it in this text talk after dinner one night. Tom became violently ill. He vomited all night long. And i thought oh gee he's just got food poisoning and i pulled out a couple of antibiotic pills that we take with us on our trips and i gave it to them with some water. Nothing happened the next day. Tom kept vomiting. Stephanie called doctor he thought yes food poisoning and set up an iv drip for more antibiotics. But tom only got worse at a local clinic. He was diagnosed with pancreatitis. Inflammation of the pancreas and medevac to a hospital in frankfurt and there. He was diagnosed with something even worse. A superbug a bacteria by the name of oscillator b-actor bowman scary name scarier bacteria it tops. The world health organization's list of most dangerous superbugs bacteria that are very hard to treat often resistant to many antibiotics. Now we'll never really know for sure where time got his superbug infection. But we do know that. It was an egyptian stream. And we know that. By the time he was medevac. Thome to san diego that it was resistant to every antibiotic. Tom was in a coma. His organs were shutting down. He was on three different drugs to keep his heart. Beating and the doctors told me that tom was going to die. But seventy refused to give up. She turned to the scientific community for help. I'm maddie safai today. on shortwave. What stephanie found and how it saved her husband's life. It's a century-old treatment. That could be a new tool in our war against super bucks for months stephanie's husband. Tom would remain hospitalized fighting for his life and losing. Yeah i was just really scared out of my mind. But i knew that if i just sat back and waited then he was going to die and i needed to know that i'd done. Every last thing that i could do that i would leave no stone unturned so i hit the internet and i did with anybody else would do in my shoes. Google it well. Luckily you know there's google for scientists and that's called pubmed and it's this wonderful search engine where you can put in any words and a scientific paper will pop up and you know i punched in words like multi drug resistance and the name of his superbug which is assassinated b-actor mania and popular within an hour. I found a paper that mentioned something called page therapy. So tell me a little bit about fish there. Well fay jr are short for bacteria phages and that's derived from the greek word meaning bacteria eater and they are viruses that have naturally evolved to attack bacteria there's ten million trillion trillion pages on the planet. It's all a matter of finding the ones that will kill the bacteria that you want to get rid of. Okay real quick phase one. oh one i like. Stephanie said bacteria phases the viruses that infect bacteria are everywhere pretty much anywhere you find. Bacteria you'll find a phase we're talking and artika deep-sea ocean vents your. But i swear that'll make sense later. Second facials don't actually eat bacteria in this case the fees injects its own dna into the bacterial cell. Then the virus forces the bacteria to make more and more copies of itself feeling up the cell with viruses eventually the bacteria bus open releasing all those new viruses. Go off and kill other cells. It's ruthless
South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
COVID-19 cases surge across US
"That. Let's talk about the latest on these numbers and the surge across the country as we bring in Wi OD National Court. Spawned that Michael Bauer. You could follow him on Twitter at the Bower show. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Maddie. Yeah, I hadn't thought about the making fun of Dr Fauci part, but I definitely member the Pearl clutching that one time when we crested that 100,000 Day mark, and now we have added a million cases just over the past week alone. And if you do the math on that, just 13 days of over 100,000 new cases a day will simply add that up very easily. So that's where we are. Yesterday. We crested 133,000 new coronavirus cases. We're now up to 11/11 million cases in this country and that last million coming over the past week. This is an alarming acceleration and spread. Yeah, we're seeing I mean, look, it's the spread is everywhere. It's not you have used to be. We go. Hey, Manny, where the hot spots in this country? No, no, The country is the hot spot. Yeah, There's no question about it. You're starting to see some. Even North Dakota, whose governor, throughout this entire thing has refused to order mass mandate has now ordered a mask mandate. Ask people to wear the mask everywhere indoors and you're certain you're starting to see other restrictions. The city of Chicago, the state Of Michigan and elsewhere because it is literally spreading uncontrollably and much of the country. You got 70,000 people in U. S hospitals being treated for severe cases of covert 19 Let that sink in 70,000 people in U. S hospitals being treated. That's more than we've ever had going back even to win. This thing kicked off in March more so when we had that when we had the Sunbelt States infections That's the kind of numbers we're looking at here. The overwhelming hospitals is going on right now, right under our noses. We're trying to figure out who the next president is going to be or what the lawsuit that the president has filed is going to look like There are overwhelming hospital bed scenes. There are numbers of in some cases hospital losing 30% of their staff to Cove It like literally having them either have to quarantine or they're in ICU right now. Not doing well because they have caught Cove in 19 those of the kinds of overwhelming numbers we're looking about, and that's the key here. 38 different states reporting more than 1000 new cases on Saturday. And this surge is deadly. That's the big thing here. We haven't seen those death numbers climb just yet. But that's not the way the pacing works. Pacing goes infection than you have hospitalizations. Then you have the death numbers coming through and we're hearing Zero from the federal government. We're hearing zero from the coronavirus task force that President Trump set up. We're hearing it's been five months or more. Since President Trump has been a part of any of those meetings, which is why Michigan Washington The state of Washington, laid out a slew of new rules prohibiting indoor social gatherings and dining. We're seeing that in places like New York, Connecticut, Minnesota and New Jersey. They've all got curfews and play. New Mexico banned in person services for non essential workers. Maryland ordered restaurants to reduce indoor dining by 50% in Oregon is just saying we're cutting out restaurant dining altogether. We're putting it on pause with all of this. That's because we're not hearing anything, and the country is looking at this states are looking at this watching their numbers grown going. We've got to do something, and we're hearing absolutely nothing on the higher level right now. Yeah, yeah. I mean, it seemed like a lifetime ago that President Trump said that he declared himself a wartime president because the country was at war against this virus. I guess he got tired of because he hasn't met with his generals or anybody else. You also remember a lot of people saying this whole thing this this pandemic this corona virus thing on November 4th. It was going to be over the media wasn't going to talk about it anymore. It wasn't going to exist. Nobody was going to get sick. Turns out that wasn't true, either. Well, and there was a part of that. That seems like a pretty self fulfilling prophecy from President Trump like and on November 4. They're going to stop talking about it because all we're gonna talk about it in the election because all we're going to care about is what states did somebody win and where the lawsuits coming from, So I guess, theoretically, that's true. And while that's all happening The numbers are growing exponentially, and that the health experts are very concerned that Dr Fauci said yesterday that when you start to look at what's going on here, the fact that President elect Joe Biden's transition team is not getting any information on national security or coronavirus cases. We're gonna have a massive gap here before anything gets an opportunity. To be done even before you get to look at a possible vaccine being on the market on some level those air very large cases that could become overwhelming. We could get up to 200,000 cases a day 250. What's the number? That's going to shock Americans into thinking they should wear masks and socially distance Because so far the policy of play has been. Hey, we trust the American people to do what they need to do. If they feel that they need to be safe and wear a mask, they'll do it. How's that working out for us? That's not going particularly well right now. So until something comes from the higher ups and work its way down, and then works in unison with what states are seeing because of tests, and they're seeing a rise in positivity here, there where they can kind of shut down little areas of the state and go into quarantine. That's when we get control over it. Right now. We are so far from control that the light from control take 10,000 years to reach in, and you're starting to see where we're going backwards. I mean that you're starting to see now what is that? Wal Mart is now star. Eating the count customers coming into their stores. That's a national mandate like company. Now you're seeing other stores, Costco has changed their mass policy. Everyone has. First of all. Costco had this policy that if you had health problems, you could wear a face shield. It's been proven that there's no health problem that would preclude you from wearing a mask. To begin with. It's a good 117 days now, since World Health Organization declared this thing a pandemic. You remember that second Thursday in March? We're all of a sudden you walked into the grocery store. There's no toilet paper. There's no lice off 117 days we've been dealing with and every single expert tells us you know we can control this. If we just do the little things where the mass wash your hands stay socially mistaken 1170.2 countries that have done exactly that that have seen that taken control and in the meantime, we're in 36 states now that have mandated the wearing a face masks in public. That should and probably will grow. But what's going to have to happen between then and now? That's the big question. And what is something like if you've got 36, which is clearly the majority of states that are calling for that mask mandate? What happened if you had the whole country in the masked man it What would that theoretically do to us other than possibly slow this thing down a little bit? Keep the economy like that's it? Yeah. Michael, I was a pleasure. We will talk tomorrow morning, sir. You gotta stay safe.
WBZ Afternoon News
Fitchburg State University Students Cope With Dorms Closing, Shift To Remote Learning After Boston's COVID Spike
"The school year for students at Fitchburg State after a covert spike in that city forced classes mostly online and the dorms closed. WBZ TV is Jim Smith report. The university now says says it it it will will will shift shift shift most most most class class class is is is too too too remote remote remote Learning Learning Learning by by by November, November, November, 21st. 21st. 21st. With With With dorms dorms dorms closing closing closing for for for the the the semester semester semester by by by the the 22nd 22nd students students are are now now scrambling scrambling to to make make plans plans from from California. California. So So I I have have to to like, like, I I don't don't even even know know what what I'm I'm gonna gonna do do my my stuff. stuff. Have Have to to describe describe it it and and then then go go and and then then just just wait wait till till like like two months to see it again. Maddie amount to, Ghani says It's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate because you know, we got sent home early in the spring. And I I play play softball softball here, here, so so I I don't don't get get my my season season and and it's it's not not looking looking too too good good for for this this spring's spring's already already canceled canceled fall fall and and winter winter sports. sports. It's It's kind kind of of unfortunate unfortunate with with the the way way the the numbers numbers we're we're going. going. The The spring spring semester semester at at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh State State will will now now start start January January 25th. 25th. That's That's a a week week later later than than originally originally planned. planned. In In the the last last weekly weekly data data report, report, Fitchburg Fitchburg was was in in the the red red for for the the positive positive testing rate of 6.9% close to 50 people testing positive per day average over the last two weeks. The sergeant, the city is
WBZ Afternoon News
Fitchburg State University, NW Of Boston, To Move Classes Online After COVID Spike In City
"End to the school year for students at Fitchburg State after a co big spike in that city force most classes online and dorms closed. WBZ TV is Jim Smith reports, The university now says it will shift most class is too remote Learning by November, 21st. With dorms closing for the semester by the 22nd students are now scrambling to make plans come from California. So I have the like, I don't even know what I'm gonna do my stuff. Have to describe it and then go and then just wait till like two months to see it again, Maddie Monta Gani says It's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate unfortunate because because you you know know we we got got sent sent home home early early in in the the spring, spring, and and I I play play softball softball here here said said and and get get my my season season and and it's it's not not looking looking too too good good for for this this spring's already canceled fall and winter sport. It's kind of unfortunate with the way The numbers are going the spring semester at Fitchburg State will now start January 25th. That's a week later than originally planned.
Fitchburg State University To Move Classes Online After COVID Spike In City NW Of Boston
"Department of Public Health out with new coronavirus numbers Saturday, the state seeing more than 2800 new cases in 27 more deaths. 705 people are currently in the hospital with covert 19 with 151 of them in the ICU. And with the case numbers continuing to climb one local university is taking action to attempt to slow the spread. Fitchburg State is stopping all in person classes in college activities until the end of January. WBZ TV is Jim Smith reports. Everyone's kind of, you know, uneasy. Everyone wishes it was Better wishes. Covert numbers would go down Tough times at Fitchburg State, the latest surge in covert cases forcing big changes for students here. The university now says it will shift most class is too remote Learning by November 21st with dorms closing for the semester by the 22nd. Students are now scrambling to make plans. I'm from California. So I have the like, I don't even know what I'm gonna do it my stuff. So if this is grab it and go and then just wait till like Two months to see it again, Maddie Monta Gani says it's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate because you know we got sent home early in the spring, and I play softball here, so I don't get my season and it's not looking too good for this spring's already canceled fall and winter sports, So You know, it's kind of unfortunate with the way the numbers were going. Of course, Fitchburg State is not alone because of this covert spike. A number of other colleges and universities are being forced to make difficult decisions. I think I kind of saw it coming. I didn't want to accept it, but I saw it coming because all the other schools to doing it. The spring semester at Pittsburgh State will now start January 25th. That's a week later than originally planned. Students are doing their best to cope. I believe that this is probably
The Coastal Athlete Program
Interview With Body Surfer Nick Betts
"Welcome back to the Costa Athlete Program I'm your host chef. Today, we are joined by one of the men who has helped shape one of the biggest brains and body surfing and skin diving or free diving depending on what you choose to identify as we have on the man, the myth, the legend one of the is behind the camera, the Great Nick Nick so good to have you on the show. Absolutely Beerman so I have to ask right off the top. How. Did you get hooked up with because you and Matlin Gio did I pronounce his last name correctly Lingo. Lingo. Thank you. Everybody listened to the show Torius mispronouncing of names between the two of you. You guys are responsible for the majority of public images released by Ert. How'd you get hooked up hooked up with them in the first place? Actually, not really think about it might be a kind of a blurry stories. So there's a thousand, acre, ranch out east in San. Diego that. I am kind of Co.. Owners of I don't own the ranch, but Munich Jake we. Have kind of put together. What is called earlier twenty ranch and Jake's families owned this thousand Acre property since nineteen twelve and as fifty five. Acre Lake on. A. Cabin. In all kinds of different terrain and stuff like that. So years ago through the rest of a group that started, which is rescued watches also on by rob. Smith We met through him in new that was formerly snipers. So they asked me to come out in check out the ranch in need do some schouten. Stuff. So I went out there and I saw we we're able to shoot to like twenty, six hundred meters and I j like you have no idea what you have here. In will only get some boys out here jigs former military he was air. Force. So. Through my connections, I knew mad at the time and we brought matt out there and just shooting various guns and kind of started doing some photo shoots. No quick just because I want to. I want to date for the audience. 'CAUSE as everybody knows like five years ago gun content could help you when the algorithm whereas now you don't necessarily see the same level of push. So at what point was this this forming up happening? This is probably in twenty seventeen. And So maddie and out in and. That's how I got introduced again and then started doing. Random shoots through MAC. and. Become really close with with union the rest of his family. Really, really big into the brand and and what it stood for. In. The logos and designs in the Surf Culture that was speculating waiting so I ended up getting connected with them through that we do some dies up support any way that I could. has now kind of worked for clandestine media. which the huge military media company does a lot of shoots for a lot of the major manufacturers and kind of had to take a step away because he's been on the road for weeks and weeks and weeks at a time and so ian reach out to the announcement. Step into fill Matt's shoes which are big shoes to fill in. More than happy to do so.
Gender Discrimination and Harassment at Sea
"Now if the mosaic expedition sounds familiar to you, it might be because back in December we aired two episodes on the research being done. But today we're turning away from the research and focusing on Chelsea's reporting. The Mosaic Expedition Gender Discrimination and harassment and how they're an all too common reality for many field scientists. I'm Maddie Safai and this a shortwave from NPR. So on October eighth a few weeks. Into the mission a meeting was called and it was led by this communications manager, with Awa, the German institute kind of spearheading the mission like who was there and what was that meeting about. Right. So that meeting was held by Katharina Vice Tweeter who was a Manager and she held that meeting with all of the journalists who were on board the ship at that time, and so at that point, there were four of us all women, and so we all sat down and she kind of told us. I want to just clarify. The rules of the new dress code that was announced yesterday at the General Meeting, and then she went on to tell us you know this is a safety issue and there are a lot of men on board this ship and some of them are going to be on this ship for months at a time, and this is a safety issue something that needs to be taken seriously and so. I should say she did not come out and say we are concerned that. Men On this shipper going to harass you or assault you if you dress a certain way so but it was heavily implied by this. Multiple Times telling us there are many men on board the ship and you need to not wear tight fitting clothing or revealing clothing. Yeah. Yeah I mean, what did you take from that? Like when you walked away from that meeting what did you take from them? Well what we took from. It was that there was a risk of harassment or something worse. You know if we didn't dress more modestly on board the ship. And, we really were alarmed by this because we started wondering. If. There had been some incidents that had prompted the change in the rules and what was this bit about a safety issue was there some threat to the safety of the women on board and what? Exactly? was that threat and so we were you know, of course irritated. By by implication that we should have to change the way we dress because there are a lot of men on board the ship, but we were also alarmed. Yeah I, mean when you wrote about the dress code meeting, you noted that it came after some problems with harassment that had already sort of percolated on the ship. That's correct. Although at the time we actually were not aware of that. So as I reported the story that that came out in my reporting later, there had been a an incident in which some women on board the ship reported to the cruise leader that that they had been harassed by men on board the ship, and then you know there was a meeting, it was brought to the captain and the men were prohibited from further contact with those participants and and it was never made widely known. Anybody else on board that ship that there had been an incident like this And so nobody knew about this at the time, the dress code was announced. So you know we all Kinda had this suspicion about a safety. What exactly does that mean? was there some incident but I did not find out that any incident had occurred until much later. And this wasn't the only incident of gender-based discrimination while you were aboard. Right you wrote that the dress code kind of became a symbol of these inequities, but there was other stuff going on to. That's correct. So there was the harassment incident that occurred shortly before the dress code was enacted, and then later on, there was an incident in which. A group of Were kind of called together. Asked to volunteer basically to participate in a work assignment and the work incitement involved a helicopter ride over to. The Polar Stern, which was the main research vessel participating the expedition and. Helping to unload a bunch of boxes and supplies and that sort of thing and so. The group volunteered for this work assignment, originally consisted of both men and women and then later on the cruise leader removed the to women participants from that assignment and replace them with men and I'm told that this event also sparked a lot of resentment among the women who were familiar with the incident, and so you know I asked crews leader later about this incident and he said that he did this to comply with a German law that dictates How much men are allowed to lift on work assignments versus women are allowed to lift on work assignments but it was a little odd because he sent me the law and I looked at over and the way he described the work assignment and the amount of weight that was going to be distributed among the people participating those weights should have actually exceeded the weight limits for both men and women. So I could not get really a clear justification on why only women were removed from that work assignment and again people who are involved with that situation or who were familiar with that situation we're upset by that as well. Yeah. I mean, Chelsea, this isn't just the mosaic right in your reporting. You discussed a twenty eighteen study by the National Science Foundation about the prevalence of sexual harassment and you noted according to the study the. Two biggest predictors are settings where they're more men than women and I'm quoting environments that suggest a tolerance for bad behaviour I mean is this the situation that you saw when you were reporting on the Mosaic Mission? Right? So I spoke with various experts on a gender and policy in field science and in polar science and they all kind of pointed to leadership on these expeditions. That's really a primary factor in kind of environment. Is it going to be you know for the women participating in these expeditions and so it's really important from what I've been told by these experts to have a leadership that is prepared to deal with issues of sexual harassment or discrimination. If they should come up leadership that's trained to deal with these kinds of issues that's train to prevent these kinds of issues from coming up in the first place. Leadership, that sets very clear rules and boundaries at the start of an expedition for what will be tolerated and what will not be tolerated and I think that really does speak to what went wrong on academic fed off. You know there was a dress code that was enacted midway through the cruise. It was a surprise to everybody it was communicated in a really kind of vague and distressing an alarming way. Harassment incident that arose that was kind of it'd be swept under the rug a little bit at the time may or may not have influenced the dress code. So. Yes. I think this really all speaks to kind of a lack of preparation to prevent these kinds of issues arising in the first place and from dealing with them in the proper ways when they do arise. Yeah. Yeah and you know Chelsea I'm wondering what is the response to your piece? Ben So far since you wrote. The response to the peace has been mainly very positive so far. So I've heard from a lot of scientists researchers both in polar science and in other fields. Who have been very supportive and who have said you know this is an issue that happens all the time that's very common but that needs to be talked about more and so you know it's very important to kind of bring these issues into the light and. It has been. It's it's not been great to hear that there are so many other people who have had similar experiences. You know that's that's disappointing and distressing to hear but you know. But a lot of people have said you know this, this is very common and it's good that we're starting to talk about this more do. Yeah. I mean you mentioned Chelsea some moments of solidarity from the participants aboard the most recent being this unified statement responding to your article signed by the large majority of Grad, students on board. Did this. You know inspire any hope for you about the future of the this type of field research. It did absolutely, it did that statement basically said that it was disappointing to see rules and policies on board. The ship that might imply that women should have to change the way they dress to manage the behavior of men or policies that might limit women's involvement in fieldwork, and so you know the students know in their statement that they were. You know grateful for. The opportunity to go on the expedition into work with leading polar scientists in the field. But this was something that that was not acceptable to them and you know it wasn't courage to read that statement and to just kind of see the interest in the concern about these kinds of issues from you know what's going to be the next generation of polar scientists and I do think that this is something that will hopefully Garner a little bit more attention inspire some change in the future.
Hot 50 Countdown
September 2020 Hot 50 Countdown -Newcomer at 41
"Woke her to the high 50 at 41 is created by host. Aaron Lewis, Aaron interviews, creative professionals who have turned their imagination into their career song writers directors actors in public speakers artists and musicians full of podcasters and more. How does creativity work and how can I pay the bills off? Add number four t a paranormal checks Donna and carry they love to talk about abnormal things. They are intrigued by things-that-go-bump-in-the-night and they're real life monsters who live among us. Each episode will have one story of True Crime and one of the Paranormal variety pack at it real baby. Now don't get scared at number thirty-nine is haunted happenstance with Jenny are Cormier a truly spooky series of ghosts. She said in Boston Mass listen in and follow along a series of events that can only be explained as haunted happenstance. See see what I did there. Jenny turned back to the window by found it empty. She set up quicker still to find that her bed was not as her eyes met those of a woman maybe a decade younger than Danny and age but a century older by time without thought Denny screamed furiously and threw her hands out wildly and forcefully wage tend to push the other woman as far away as possible as her hands met the shoulders of The Unwanted figure her own fingers sparked Maddie how old out ferocious long and the woman snapped away. At number 38, what's your spaghetti policy with Alex and Jacob spaghetti should have a to-go option