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"madiun" Discussed on Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]

Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]

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"madiun" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

Red Blonde Fox

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

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"madiun" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Bro is go to bag a bag and bronx. I believe how much money is spent on. How much money side spending money box is still spending the cash. You still spending Thousand at you did not save two hundred bucks. You spent seven hundred fifty dollars. Think about that as we go through. This uptick in retailers as the economy slowly stopped up and up again particularly newsouth laws in victorian been. What's making property. News might been looking around this week and always lock the coal logic pine in gyn report which was released early this week and of the hall. Lots that they put out a press release as well but if you want to check out the full pine and gang report Across the cold logic you can find it under the report section. But he's interesting information. Solve some bullet points for your boss to digest now. During the june quarter there are one hundred six thousand transactions of race aisles. So that's the probably being sold for the first second time of those ninety one point five percent recorded a nominal profit making gang so that means i point five to saint might a loss that is a pretty pretty good. The madiun turn eitan authorized. Properties was eight point eight years. And this is the funded. Roth who sold those properties in just two years had a median return of one hundred twenty three thousand dollars probably on his cashing out. After thirty years had a median return of seven hundred and twelve thousand dollars now polls day. Three decades sit on a property tyke at the cash. Hopefully it turns positively gate if had to spend a little bit early on. So you've got passive income coming through and one. Property tycoon moran seven hundred twelve thousand dollars as a median number. So that makes some of made a millionaire properties out of the my list number so that is quite interesting when it comes to thinking about property over the long term side it's It's pretty incredible in terms of just thinking about numbers and a cool is a kid a great friends. A logic plan and dine report goes into a lot more detail into those local government areas where you can get a saints of bicycling performance of those properties in those particular monica spices houses and units. So if you haven't checked it out check it out. That one's interesting. We'll put the nights in the shire night's been so there's a bit of a league so people don nelson ninety beautiful beautiful. The other thing that time this differently colt model. I also you know. I mentioned it In the In the session with Manera was around the the Pipe it was produced body. Rbi fold the affordability in supply. Story If you really want to understand like if you'll sitting back sign a really guide understand it. Can you give me something to read. That's what i mentioned before about Dr lucy ellis. I'm a huge fan of her work. She's one of the reserve. Gonna the deputy governor of the reserve bank. It's a really interesting ray because it's showcases the nuances and the challenge that narrative also said it's just there's no suitable at solution to be..

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"madiun" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Impacts on luxury property in melbourne so I think that's because melvin has been locked down for such a prolonged period. I mean fleeing examples doing amazing swinton's madiun up a million dollars but guided both on. I think process there are the stable or asian back. A little bit excited Little bit more unique. And i think what what what has happened. There in terms of walk downs really changed behavior intensive where people wanna leave. It's a good segue into actual listing volumes more generally narrative. What are you saying soda. Some of the trains. That is the whole phone story of product of not being open enhance not feeling lock. I'll get best bang for. I do sell on. Just gonna hold on where where you saying. The listing story at the. We'll be saying when you couldn't even inspect the property for quite some time so it was really hard to. I mean thinking hard to tell with pricing. What's happening now you know. And i you know we. We do see very estimate of what's been happening impressing cd melbourne over the last couple of months. But you know they are by seeing any indices very low transaction volumes. You know the true impact on pricing is. It's probably won't be knowing into sort of november december intensively things we know Obviously declined people. Don't like to sell in lockdown. it's something it's kind of difficult. And i don't feel like the best price But we have continued to say. Wait at wa. We have continued to say very strong activity at auctions in one of the things with saying it's a big joe. Hoffner auction volumes thought The number on bidding. I'd option is at record levels. Saw me say around. On average. Two and a half at dvd's corruption seating in about four point five at the moment. We have a gap between hot tar offering sold price. It's sitting at about thirteen percent Durant ten percent. So you know saying high prices paid people beating on properties but there's not many properties to buy so you kind of the competitive element that's taking place They're starting to creep up. You know when we look at least authorities which is basically someone signing on an agent but not yet marketing the property that that's picked up have a look at the same time last year sometime in twenty. It's it's above pretty much every site and at the moment he's looking like we are heading to a light spring pretty much what we so lost year that you know we own style. Defeat january strongest market for properties available if off and love Such a tough finding tens of trying to sell property familiar narrative to to to chat about commercial property in particular Day so much has been said about workforce moving out commutable about will they do a u-turn at some stage in what wait wait. Wait you say. The narrative veteran melbourne sydney saved properties. from that commission spice clearly the why that we got into interact as workforce in these. Big buildings is totally going to china..

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"madiun" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"That this was just a continuation training love. I am million four. Now reflecting on that is such a such he sort of trying on flat easy and is locally signs but they are extremely fervor that net miming marvin but reflecting on that mind but definitely be about the of the cowl preparation of powell exposing yourself incrementally into things to the point where you can barely recognize How you got there and even you law and how you doing something when you look back to the starting to really is a compounding Across that time. So i'll say that's one of the most sort of found got out of Certainly deploying and real testament to to the system at the at the towers of trying to yeh incremental exposure. I this is a superpower. I mean you can even think about some of the most extreme things call it just like fighting her off lying jet pilot. If you're able to do that you get you train it so well. It's almost like driving a car. Your sub-conscious takes over Just just thinking you can take the most complex tasks and essentially have your sub-conscious take them over I it's just a great framework to to think about with anything you want to conquer. It's funny you were talking about the training. I was recently talking with a navy. Seal is a good friend of mine. And i was just asking about like when you're actually on deployment and he was saying shawny because you you don't understand he goes. I rep this out so many hundreds of times like i it was just it was just so clear what was going to go on there So it's just interesting hearing about that. You mentioned something. I i would love to dive into. And that's around confidence. And i'm wondering what your confidence was like throughout that progression in the green berets. And then what it's like today are. Are you still experiencing the same level of confidence. You had call it a decade ago. Yeah interesting question much of reflect before so having gone through that process and having been successful. I definitely have a sense. And then then stocking site. Louis i've never formally dropping at kohl's program onslaught by just by being an environment that of course you get put on culture that we do things and you see people who are in the position you're in previously. Although you're saying it now and you you definitely get a feeling for what the top of the dial office melody be successful in your guy. Fuller confidence it. It's it's certainly the sort of perfect madiun between somebody's very confident but has a lot of humility. And and and i'm standing stikes and then it's just about making it just getting strike by on the job up in strategy bought the factory stacks competencies that disaster under confidence is a disaster but somewhere in the middle layer. We believe in yourself but not so much that you are arrogant. The point where You wind listen and you want to accept that you might incite so you see that a lot actually ninety people. Silicon themselves out because First of all that. Yeah maybe that it's Yeah that'd be that'd be call. Maybe they have they have They want extent the wrong in some situations some alzheimer's you've done that wrong y. I don't agree with that. And so then some sort of pushback occurs is not what they're looking for now. What's your question about confidence. Yeah i certainly that that kohl's is full of self doubt just structured in that way to test the Is not as bailey anytime you maybe towards the end but are many any walls. Tortures allies of feelings ion yada belong up on this man. I had this squad Cruel structure where in the very early stage in the first three months balls boy studies and some people are doing things and getting themselves off Yeah on the table Pulling out a little piss applied you cleveland itself walker only got high plays a effectively essential at your instantly in a hall shout and but you can never come back. Yeah temporary you buy push you to pull it out all is on. And then there is the category with by behind the scenes. I made and That might assessment. And then i will come guys so unceremoniously call out a few numbers of people who now live calls as kind of not happens more also as a kite. That's like a and so the muscle us What else it was In terms of your confidence yet you always have the sense that kicked off in minute and that really plays in your mind. But i think after So having back all of that. I think it does give you a conference when and you get through everything but on a loss that humility in still in. I think that's very important in the investing sought wells. Take a lot of annoyed out. Because they didn't get there. We'll draw parallels. I think a lot of these things and how they dogs. Hope for the best will now but i think confidence has always been something well outstanding to a self serving been squarely in not confident not arrogant comfortable. Getting myself into too much trouble will say well. Actually love to know how this transition into being investor right like you have to have conviction towards those investments but but i'm wondering like when those are dropping down like stay in the do you sell. I just love to know how you think through all of that where you've done the work. I know you dive deep into the data. And data's telling you something else. I would just love to know your thought process through this all show on the best and saw correct so some of us. Mcrae steichen issue Evolved i've of course don slightly different things so just to give some background started a of in about twenty twelve with another strident Somewhat bizarre at the time and having a saas binding. We'll come back to that but once you a question about conviction yet there's still be humility So way we we start off by making long distance in emerging markets is we had. We had a a a broad. Lusty that you could invest time and effort understanding those markets will businesses want him. And then you'd have some age that didn't have listed sort of thinking about the the. Us is listed markets. Incredibly.

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"madiun" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"Neuroscientists to novelists political leaders to entrepreneurs previous guests include. Bill clinton isabella darren brown. Neil degrasse tyson. Simon cynic madeleine. Albright re folio eric schmidt malcolm glad well william gibson elizabeth gilbert and many many more. Find the podcast on apple stitcher spotify or wherever. You get your podcasts. Thank you. We've all seen the headlines. The us workforce is burned out every week seems to bring another survey sixty nine percent of frontline healthcare workers say they feel burned out twenty nine percents of all remote workers very often or always feel burned out at work. Teachers tech workers veterinarians name the profession. There's probably a news story about how burnt out. Its practitioners are even young. Content creators on social media are burned out and breaking down on quote. According to a new york times story published in june. The word burn out has become ubiquitous. It seems to sum up the stress and exhaustion and disaffection that many of us are feeling this year but our workers more burned out than ever. And what does the term burnout actually mean how does burn out differ from say fatigue or stress. How do you know if you're burned out. And what can individuals employers and society do to combat workplace burnout. Welcome to speaking of psychology. The flagship podcast the american psychological association that examines the links between psychological science and everyday life. I'm kim mills. Our guest today is dr christina. Mass lock a professor of psychology america at the university of california berkeley and one of the world's foremost experts on occupational burnout in the early nineteen eighties. She developed a mass like burnout. Inventory the standard tool used to measure job burn out. Her work helped lead the world health organization to recognize burn out as an occupational phenomenon in its eleventh edition of the international classification of diseases in two thousand nineteen over the past year. She's also offered her thoughts to the news media as an expert on the covert nineteen pandemic job out and work life. Thank you for joining us today. Dr thank you to be here. Let's start by defining job. Burn out a lot of people seem to think it's synonymous with stress and exhaustion but burnett has a much more precise definition than that. So what is the difference between burnout stress exhaustion depression and is it a medical diagnosis. I begin with it is not medical diagnosis. The world health organization neighbor cleared. Says it's not It's an occupational her nomination. So it is stress sauce. Exhausted is our of the burnout response. But it goes beyond the stress of responding to product job stressors and involves two other components. One is a increasingly negative cynical hostile response to the job to the work. You're doing take this job in Which leads to people not doing the job well doing the bare minimum rather than their very best. And it also includes a native. Says of. Sell your professional efficacy. Madiun not really good name state here So it's those three components stress response of exhaustion Native songs to the job of cynicism and the native response to self efficacy and oscillates not can be a step in the past towards other kinds of problems like depression anxiety but is on saying i think in the world. Catheterization reese on. That wayne says that it's not a medical diagnosis. So it's not something a treatment that way in it is not identified within the dsm for example. Because it's a more human condition. Response to stresses so is it. How is it different from just old stress and exhaustion. Well exhausted it's heartburn. So it's not that. But it includes bore injustice austin We will see people who have exhausted because they way too much to do. It can't possibly eat all demands all thing but they still want their job. They're good about under doing They still good about themselves and how well they're doing it just really tired In it's just hard to keep up. So that's what we call an overextended profile. But it's not burn out which is a high frequency. All three ends exhaustion cynicism of ethics job. How do you think the pandemic has affected burn out. There have been a lot of articles about the term burnout during the past year. But does that reflect reality. Are people more burned out than ever. It's a little hard to know exactly terms of actually data research data. Wasn't i mean people talk about it analyze it but we don't have effort is basis of evidence the sort of self route there For some people in some patients. Yes i think Healthcare which you mentioned earlier is on good example teachers in schools might be another one where the pandemic really changed Their job and the conditions under which they working and so that really just may much more difficult to do their job. Well demands The socialist going up but we also see problems you know with the rest of the Branch phones so there are some places where he s at eight. That's true but to the extent that burnout sometimes gets over us beyond stress response to josh stresses there could be other people's lives that will lead them to be experiencing stress and so i would say he's never cases guilty necessarily well putting aside the pandemic. What are the risk factors for job burnout to go back to the world. Health reason statements response to chronic stresses that is not not in successfully managed in. So what we're talking about here is heights. Regency of these stressors is not something that people experience occasionally or only call times a year it. They're facing england interfacing regular high frequency. And so how the Nature job stresses is really. What's critical here. The successfully managed in be done by the individual can be but often really by the unit team were removed the organization the occupation world designated as as being managed just the individual and what the research data really smart the notion that is really the relationship between people and their job. Whether there's the match fit or mismatch really is problematic in the risk of earning and so what we found in the research is that there are at least six major areas which mismatch between the job versus university in the word are.

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"madiun" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"You know what's so funny is he's the guy who wants to walk around like the biggest bully the guy who wants to call everyone a dui adore nerd all this stuff and this guy is the enemy of every single one of those and yet he thinks he's just the coolest guy that walks the planet. Well yeah i got. I got to see that up close and personal. That's not how he was. When i met him like five six years ago i mean he was very different. I i didn't get that impression at all but anyway Magical what what's on your mind okay. Yeah I guess i don't know if you were privy to like the aro h. I pay per view buy rates because probably the company and everything but You know we're talking about people. Think that the You know money in the bank to do this huge virus and it just seems like they're appealing to an audience. That you know are wage from everything i've heard is five thousand buys so if you think. Hey everybody who's ever bought in are always pay per view pools and buys money in the bank. I mean it might only went up ten thousand. Yeah you know the audience. They're going to. I think this could be as telling travis on east coast cast. This could be the You know biggest tired of april view and wwe history with the audience. And you don't get mad and throw it a sort of what you would. Hope is that what appeals to fi- four thousand three thousand people who are always would appeal even more people if they knew about it. And since this was promoted as money in the bank and the masses on usa network side You would hope that they would be an exponential reaction to a show of that quality or marketed. The way it was. But you're right. I mean through social networking and social media. If that's your only way to spread the word about a show as opposed to try to convey it on on usa Then you are looking at you. Know a only a few people making a difference guidelines on why. Everyone thinks that they're trying to appeal to our way. I think his point is that the style of wrestling money at the bank style and and the punk story line talking inside. Maybe he'll be internet fans and the fans are also probably somewhat incorrectly. Thought to be totally into what are always presents. you want to elaborate on that wally. Yeah i mean it just seems like every everybody's are which invasion going to happen and i'm not saying that your whole internet crowd but you would think that you know. There's the internet crowd that watches. Wwe a lot. And then there's the internet crowd that somehow hates everything. Wwe and tna in love zero wage. Like sean radicchio. And i like shaun stuff. But i don't think he's ever seen a Independent show he hasn't recommended. And just because it's you know a little guy i guess. So that's why. I kind of lumped in. Hey they're appealing to that. Because i think the wwe fans that are internet fans are either going ordered anyway or see it by other means and like i said. I don't know how much the by race going to jump. People were predicting two hundred thousand. Which maybe two hundred thousand extra people might Found a stream for it and the second thing. Wait i know you're at the smackdown tapings and just small spoiler that you know. Everybody's probably heard but dana. Brian says he's cashing in at wrestlemainia. any chance you know that they go if he actually goes that far they can give the are wage crowd. You know like another wet dream for the year and See pump gets the smackdown titled by that time and those guys can have a match. Good questions gonna bring that up with you. Anyway john Daniel bryan money in the bank. what met and at anything. You wanna do that. Yeah i was. I was shocked that he won. But that's also a guy. So you know i think you think at some point I think this is the point where they're like. You guys want to try something if you think. Something's going to make a change. Then tell me what it's gonna be alright. Well let's go with daniel bryan. I know it had to pain. Bits to give him money in the bank that you know. I think he's taking a chance. I am absolutely not even more shocked that they are going with. I'm cashing in wrestlemainia. I something else me that's not happening or or it's gonna be a triple threat match because if you look at if you look at smackdown now and you probably 'cause you were just at the taping so you have the names were fresh in your head. I mean who. Who would he face it. Wrestlemainia in the marquee matchup perspective. christian Shane bear it Yeah i don't know. I mean it's a long journey between now and then Maybe that they wouldn't wanna put randy orton in that spot but they could. I mean but you know you better know that you better be willing to do whatever the crowd reaction is to that. And i'm not sure what that would be i. I the thing that frustrates me. The most is that was my pitch for ms. And there was such a great story that was going with cashing in madiun. And then you turn that down. And you i i for i guess you know like the caller said the ro h audience acres but really daniel bryan. You have not presented this guy in a way that would make anyone go. I gotta order wrestlemainia. Twenty eight now to the caller's point shooter. Those ten thousand.

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"madiun" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

The Poker Coaching Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast

"Not just like how they play in general but specifically what they do incorrectly right like this guy bets everytime check the turn. We should be drastically over bluffing on the turn. Because they don't want to. We have nothing. We'd rather have pulled out his garbage. And when we we have a marginal madiun that has very easy showdown now like this and we want to do a lot of checking right because then that gives me but money in the pot if the on it always checks behind with like a seven here draw here then. Obviously i wanna be betting. Because we're think obstacle seventy five though. This is an interesting turn card. Yes we make top hair. Yes we still have. The nut flush draw but we are up against a somewhat strong range now sure. The known splash could have hand like ten eight suited or jack ten suited or just a hand like seven eight suited or something. And that's fine..

"madiun" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"madiun" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"We are running in with the support of food allergy. I'm thinking research education education. Yeah so we're running it with the support of fair said if you go on the food allergy research education website. You will find a link to the pediatric allergy or the pediatric coach. It's an online course. We have one session a month so the dietitian listened to an synchronous presentation once month. And then we do. Two hours face to face teaching via zoom. We think to prepare the lectures myself in madiun. Sometimes with the help of an allergist but face to face sessions is normally fifty percent christian onset with one of out celebrity allergists and fifty. Same question and onset case studies pap some practical with with me and marion. So far we've had really good feedback and made it an eye of very lucky that be no allergists in the states. And we've had some amazing people like adopted onto nahla cameroonian assisting us to lecture on houston afflict diseases. Daniel novak helping us to lecture on food protein. Induced intro colitis syndrome. So i think it's a very good goes for dietitians and we teach the basics as well as advance knowledge and we provide a lot of extra information if people want to read up. I love that. You bet should celebrity allergists because i could think of one off the top of my head. The only like celebrity from the allergy world is actually infectious disease side. It's dr fauci but to me. You are a celebrity in the allergy world. And i wanna point for the dietitians listening if you're interested in taking that course a link to it on the show notes for this episode at b. l. w. podcasts dot com. But you also get thirty. Two continuing education credits. Is that right as well. Yes yes and also at the moment literally next week is the deadline for all the book because we writing a book alongside the course and so hopefully from the end of next year the book will be available to. So you'll be having the course and you'll having the book that goes alongside the courts and if you need images of babies eating the different foods and what three actions look like especially with regard to different skin color because that's something our audience has really been interested in. Is that when you're describing. What hives are for example red raised itchy patches while on a child with darker skin that looks very different and i know there's a big movement in the medical world to educate medical students about how to care for all different types of patients including those of different skin colors but parents are like..

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"madiun" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on Uncommon

"That there were that many community radio stations in victoria who couldn't afford seven hundred dollars a month but they could probably afford one hundred. And if i've got enough of them and just out of my mates lounge room i bought a microphone with my heart will worth money And started a radio news. Business doing breakfast at evening. Bulletins which got the attention of three. W obviously because i was undercutting them and they gave me my first metro. Job will occa- the union needed makes a lot of sense. Now because i had he he moved back into the corporate news move back. You moved into the corporate news media road and metro job. So two dozen was network. News doesn't three so basically what what did they say to you with. I like hey just come work for us and we'll pay you more. so gosh. how did it happen so breakfast and drive. Obviously the big radio things and So i would do those bulletins pretty easily. And i mean it was a lot of fun i had neighbors and friends who were my reporters and i just back in those days. Facts them a script at their work at like. Kpmg found this little device at dick smith that i could record on minidisc player Their reports on the phone so they call me. I plug this thing into the speaker of my phone from their desk. At kpmg raid the report at facts them and that was mistake political reporter now so the people that learn very quickly. That is the job. It's all smoke and mirrors and getting back into corporate. I worked out. It's all smoke and mirrors just with an hr department. That was the only difference people who took themselves very seriously and allies involved in clubs and production value. This just a little bit better. You would be surprised. A no no i. I'm not surprised saints surprise. I've seen it. Yeah so we get people like who've come in like yourself you've got this background. In madiun i come into the studio and hand like wow..

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"madiun" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"madiun" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"madiun" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"madiun" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"madiun" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"And and the men subconsciously that yes, and that's where their trust is. They build it they get that that trust and authenticity. The other thing. To do in these special groups is to talk about. what I call a coal guidelines that I worked on. Because I realize that. I presumed. Certain bicycle ethics guidelines. That I based my work on and I realize that of course that was presumptious I I hadn't started it to them. I hadn't shed that with them. So. I noticed that. Generally that that men. when you talk about ethics everything gets dodgy. People disappeared. It, it's like. Everything judgmental. It's ever happened in their life suddenly comes up in front of them. For me, it'd be the the Monsignor. Lucas Angel. helling. Telling BOYS NOT TO BE DIRTY INTO CAPE THEY hands out of their, pockets and Like. Every morality statement you've ever come across. Yes. And with sort of. Couple of decades of. The negative madiun narrative about men are. Violence toxic and that you like. Manna. Disappear in the trenches of just wasn't Saif. SAR. And in a way they weren't. They had lost control of their own sense of ethics. And the power. To be. A man of ethics you know. defined by them not by someone else not by some on Sania not some politician Muslim preach. Not by some feminist narratives. What they felt as men. Was An ethical stance owned by the? The light good. Stand up. And I did a lot of racists and stop around ethics and. Most of it was just. Of, a scholar. It must've was just unintelligible. and. I. I was heavily involved in in Buddhism and I. That was a comfortable spiritual framework for me and I ended up. One day. The coal guidelines for living on ethics. Just came to me and it was a simple five point stipend. and it started as. One. We all have choices. To. Wear. Responsible for those choices. Three. We can choose. To..

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"madiun" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"madiun" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Is it really is a top? It really is a tough game. Bang real agent. You're dealing with people at dealing with people's biggest asset. You're dealing with paypal usually at the most stressful time Sometimes pick was selling property happy raisins but often than not and people buying sometimes happy raisins metal ston nausea and saw. Everybody is under stress. And it's really It's it's a tough gig land. Do you think that Full into a bit of a whole During the Karen Koehler Environment. Given the the income that earned in April will mind is largely from the effects from three full months ago. Mania listing prospecting to someone's Landrieu than going through the campaign than getting it stalled and then once it settles highlight us. Oh Yeah The their income now is a reflection of before whereas probably all their activities in April in my illogic. GonNa get paid in June and July. Where they want sticks for some of the the government's Science is that is that something that's on your your Rosalie. Yeah and he certainly something that we Late Wade talking to bat and trying to make them understand how business works. Because but the other thing to remember for real estate Particularly on speaking you south wiles context but certainly in general in the At the beginning of last year was pretty average right way had come off a very very tough market and the market on improved when Scott Morrison unexpectedly provided in my. And so. If we're comparing if we need to be down on business Of the first of March last year. Then we're going to be bright right like that. It was a really bad time for us. I it is. It's very difficult to the. I disobeyed justifying the involvement in in job. Tapu and you're right. The agents would actually still paid at the moment We are in April and my is a lot of them as well but come June. July and August where transaction numbers are really dropping dramatically It's Yeah it's GONNA be tough. We are sending the had instituted New South Wales. And I'm pretty confident. The around the country are older. And same thing we are lobbying government for seventy five percent decrease in STANCHI Because certainly in New South Wales Madiun process depends on which publication you rate at somewhere between eight hundred million But I just let's just say it's a million dollars as of numbers that's a forty thousand dollar CENCI Dean Post. Now if we can get a dramatic decrease then you're going to have buyers actually instead of whiting They're going to go. You know what? That's a pretty good. That's a that's A. that's a lot of money. Let's let's actually make that decision now and saw heartfully. That will that will help. It's been long argued. Hasn't Leeann that that Stained Judy Eason inhibitor. All of movement people down. You know that that's totally true. It's it's effectively a non productive tax but unfortunately flom in all states and territories. It's it's usually. They second build third biggest. Read the new souls and that's obviously the challenge brought by must've al. Most of our wonderful governments had a thirst for spending on everything. ends To cover that awful to to find that shortfall some way with all of the services I want to offer around his. Is that sort of a very challenging question. But I would argue that when you reduce as you well know why people used to move about every seven years. Now it's close to every twelve days and that a big raison is because of the the standi costs involved and so if you reduce stingy PIPPA GONNA move more frequently. That's just the reality of it. So so what we signed areas. We'll pick up I volume increase quick. Which will which will cover some of that shortfall. Maybe they're not as might be all of that. Show in terms of that people Billingham. It's the same sort of thing when you get conditioned in big cities like people in the northern Sydney one with Downing Miranda rule somewhere like that because it's just the commute through long yet is now lost all benefits of doing that so you don't have that mobility whereas if you've got your drain job down the coast or up the Costa Waiver these yoga and to be challenged by the impact on you financially because yes that forty thousand dollars is dead money You know is it ties for the fireworks knees you know I. It doesn't do very much else other than that. End What we do and of course. I the psych. I'm the winner lobby at Sant. Judy You know the government's all about all realized I disagree. We just want more transactions will of course wearing business to make money but there are so many businesses that that hang off the back of a real estate transaction you know. There's conveniences is we'll beach breakers as property style is fielding inspection and then when they will move into new hindsight by white would save by. They've been a vase. I just on and on and on. It's actually really really good for the economy to have a volume transactions. Have there been any studies on that we had the deloitte till the KPMG boys and goes on to that in terms of looking at that dolla on offered offered something like for every one dollar in property these ten dollars generated for the economy. That Madman autonomous once. Before but have we got any research on that. 'cause I'd love to know we haven't been on making a night. Ben. I'm going to get right onto that. It's being yeah we. We actually had the conversation last week as we are lobbying way in the royal wage the real estate into cheap where lobbying are around a few things at the moment and that was one of the things that I teach us and yeah I hadn't thought about going to kpmg or somebody like that that could be I think it is really really important. I'm there are Couple of sites around the country that have dropped stamp Judy and saying an increasing transaction number. So there is some evidence. I mean obviously in the ice. Ha I have changed their land tax. That popula So I certainly don't want to be speaking a growing based Lantis that that is not a good. Id But But yeah all We'll see if I can talk off line at that time how we can find out. Sounds like a plan that economic benefit in in terms of directing director of would be substantial given as we talk about before it's the number one asset class in the country representing around seven. Three dollars So I think from that there is there is material Opportunity that could be explored which sort of a nautical segue into the current situation wherein Bras Cain to get all of the leaders of all of the associations around the country on to talk about being packed in the markets and obviously Leeann is the president of the Real Estate Institute. Newsouth lyles you responsible for the biggest property marketing the country From from an estate agency point of view and circling back to what we were talking about before in terms of selling. Now we WANNA focusing on the property manager. I have obviously experiencing probably one of the toughest on in terms of the situation. So just take us through. What has happened in New South Wales based on was at Scott Morrison? Nothing was the twenty six. The twenty ninth of March Way. Basically did the right thing by leading calmness. Coming in terms of not one's GonNa be kicked at properties but that led to a China the Anson. And what's happened while yeah I mean I. I'm led to criticize the government because I think I've I have had just the unbelievable what they've had to deal with and I think I launched. They've done they've done a great job in possible situation Jeff But unfortunately the language that was used you decide. They will be a fiction. Statistics months what a lot of tenants hood was. We might I rank six months and so that didn't cause problems full. The landlord did also caused problems for the property. Managers and of course the business because that's why the the Get paid as the bench attack. Singe commission of the Rant as a business arena guy lane. But if I if I saw hang right we're going to be out of business. I had Without any exaggeration I had suicidal. Is The fun. I had property managers and I would with the verbal abuse that getting And the frustrate. The thing that really frustrated may was instead of spending our time helping people that are in genuine hardship that we want to desperately help. We were dealing with opportunistic tenants. Who had lost? I mean there's a lot of people making a lot of money right now right because some businesses are going strong and we had one. We had one the emailed and said we're not GONNA pay rent for six months dining trying to communicate and by the way we're getting a dog and that's all on a sleigh just anyway Pity message isn't it? Leeann what you just said. I'll think it's worth with posing sort of amplifying that the fact that there are some 'cause you could face criticism from From certain quotas if you will being saying to only be sticking up for the landlords in sticking up for the property is really oh messages that Debbie opportunistic because there are some genuine people who are incredibly vulnerable. We count on them because the opportunist get in the way they much Ladda right. You know the people that are in desperate hardship. Some of them are embarrassed. Stay UNCOMFORTABLE THEY. They just depressed. They're in a really awful situation. But the opportunistic lines allowed once And saw way were madly lobbying governments Behind the same place come out and say that we D- tenants will have to pay rent. There is an obligation to tie rent And I got frustrated with tenants union. We're on a cool with all of the stakeholders with government and the gospel of the tenants. Union he sounds like a really reasonable man Said we know that the tenants are going to have to pay rent and I saw. How will you thank you? Can you come out and tell you? Tell your Memphis that that's the case on our dollar confused situation on my size Anyway we got word from government. I still want coming out loudly about it but I do that video that I sent to all of our members to tenants saying very clearly what their obligations were and I will say indeed one landlords to be clear on what their obligations are and I quote because going to topple from the tendency union. Because I didn't tell the landlords that I had to gosh adding fire and I didn't tell the landlord said I chose to wife rather than deferred the rent that I would decide. I like the good girl that I am when enrage I'm a Vdi last On Monday and act and and sent that out so that there was clarity. I didn't WANNA be slaving. Anybody but yeah. The the messages have been difficult and of course commercially that Spain. A whole lot of grace going on commercially as well. So as a property are not Property and they're stuck. What what should I be expecting from my from my property manager in the Times in terms of the changes in the wall? Which is that if the does Mike. 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"madiun" Discussed on Reformgelical

Reformgelical

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"madiun" Discussed on Reformgelical

"Star Trek but I mean it's it's like a it's like it's like the two worst teams in the league. Blaney judge who cares it. Everybody loses really just is this tickets gets cheap enough to go watch it. Basically I tagged you in an article on twitter and I hope that was a hint that I was going to bring it up in the show but did you you see that the Church of England actually took a stand and said that same sex marriage is the only kind of marriage there is in town. Could you read that heterosexual sheet. Oh I'm sorry heterosexual marriage. Well I mean on the one hand I can believe it because it's so bait. Patently patently absurd to think otherwise but on the other hand. I can't believe it because you would think that they would at least cave a little bit especially because it really wishy washy. I don't follow them too much. Obviously because they're the Church of England and were America and we fought a war so we don't care about England but they are. They believe that you can be in a relationship together. As long as you're not sexual like if you're gay you know whatever and all that stuff and so it was just really surprising to me because to me. It's like if your audio yeah I know so I mean that's not really that common of a belief I guess it but it seems to me that there's like this pattern and it looks like the kind of took a step back instead of going so those kind of encouraging. Yeah that's true it's a little bit. It's not what you would expect. The pattern is to go the other way and then they're just kinda hesitating a little bit now and that's a good thing I'll take any pushback even if it's just a little bit does just a moment of relief. Listen to listen to the guidance it says sexual relationships outside outside. Heterosexual marriage are regarded as falling short of God's purposes for human beings. Like you know so. They're not trying. They're not they're trying not to be jerks. I get get it but at least they they end up in kind of the right place right and they even say like if You know same sex couple came then. We'll encourage the pastors to take care of. It passed earlier earlier. Something very soft like very very weak. But you know you can't you can't get the whole thing. I guess with the Church of England but still I I appreciate the little the little bit of truth. Yeah and I so I brought this up for two reasons. One is that it was like. Oh it's kind of refreshing that we actually get a pause in this decline in these denominations but also just reading the article as reading it from the Guardian and it really just struck me that every time there is people that talk about the church. It's not assuming that God exists. It's always like well. The Rights Really GonNa love their position on this and it's almost just political and end. Game of thrones kind of like what kind of moves are they making behind the scenes. And what alliances do they have. There's no like it. Well God says this in the Bible and they're actually going going along with it like the assumption God doesn't exist in religion is just this crutch for all of humanity. Yeah it's just a political game like anything else right exactly early you know like why. Why did they come out with this statement at this time? What are they trying to do to the elections in the United States is like you know like like it doesn't? It's not that they actually read the Bible. They consider it God's word they said well you know let's clear. Yeah no they're taking a principled stand in their resting on their biblical foundation. No it's none of that whatsoever however that's not just true church England. I see that with all of the commentary on our churches it's always like Oh. Trump's fans are republicans. Whatever there's no mention of if God exists exists and and and again I sadly a lot of this kind of assumption of you know? It's not really what about what God says it wiggles wiggles. Its way into our circles as well. You see how people talk about like one example was recently people were all up in arms because one of the seminary presidents uncharacteristically made hard statement against James Cone of the founder of black theology. And he said he's a heretic and then everyone in their mother you know in the social justice debate was like this is not about theology. This is about a black man who said strong things like. You're just just assuming that God hasn't spoken right. You know what I mean. This guy is saying God has spoken. This is why I say this. You're just assuming that that can't be the case. This asked to be political olitical. It has to be racially motivated. It's it's there's so many examples of this that we could talk about this forever definitely Russell more just tweeted an old article about being pro-life that does the same exact thing where it's like you know like you know being prologue you know. We don't have to agree on affirmative action but we should agree that good you know black people madder sadder and but there's like no references to scripture right. It's like it's like no we do have to agree on affirmative action. God has spoken. And you know we do have to agree On healthcare systems and stuff like that God has spoken like we. We don't get to agree to. This is not a political game to me. Yeah right absolutely like the politics are so oh secondary yeah Things but I wonder if the reason why the world like talks and writes articles like God. It doesn't exist and just assume that it's all political is because we are so soft and we don't say things like thus says the Lord but we do the Russell more approach of. Yeah well you know. Let's just think about it from a rational perspective and a logical perspective. Sure I wonder I I honestly don't know but it it it it it makes sense to me. I mean people aren't used to hearing that like like I remember. One time I saw a sixty minutes I think it was sixty. Minutes is very old episode of sixty minutes with with RJ. Rush Judy on it. He was the theology guy and imagine rushed. Uni being on sixty minutes like. That's that's pretty crazy. And so they were asking him. They said they said so. So wait a minute wait a minute let me get this straight. You're saying that if somebody is caught in a homosexual sexual act that they should be stoned. Is that what you're saying like they couldn't even believe it and and and Russia and he says I'm not saying that God says what choice do I have. I have to listen to what God says and I thought that was such an interesting answer is like this is not about what I prefer. I just I just read it. It's on the page I have and you might quibble with what he believes there but the point is he still willing to be sold out to what God says. It's not about his opinion he doesn't care he's like it's not me. I just don't have a choice. I have to accept it. Yeah I g three which man so many people ask where you were on a story missed. Yeah I really wish I could have done. It was like this. The whole time and of this house thing was awful for that but anyway I totally understand that but anyways but you're going to be there for the fight laugh. Feast Conference Right in Tennessee. Okay good because everyone was like you better make him come and I'm like what do you want me to fly up there grabbing by ear and dragged. Yeah I'll be there great but During the breakout session that cross politics toby. It went on such a great rant about that similar thing and they were talking about the autonomy versus You know the difference between that end. What do they call? What crecy and they're bringing up those things like? What do you say to people that? Say Like Oh you believe that gay people should be stone or adulterous. People should be stoned. And he's like. Don't give me that in indignation and being condescending or killing thousands of babies a day right now somebody is dying. Someone is always has to die like that's just how the world works so don't come at me with like how can you be for wanting to stone adulterous or a homosexual or whatever or slaughtering children in every single day and it just gave me the chills. It was so good you know when toby gets on one of those rants absolutely absolutely. It's it's I was just on a podcast yesterday with with a guy that He goes to a Federal Vision Church anyway. Anyway we were talking about this exact thing where where people get all high and in Madiun. It's like y you you've got no right like like people say oh there's there's six hundred laws in the old testament just impressive. That's impressive and he's like do you know how many laws ause are on your. Probably your city ordinances. You probably got twenty thousand in a typical city and if you go to New York City you're probably talking in the hundred thousands of laws Recive totally and this is the thing I was listening to a federal worker. Who Does investigations? And he was sane rain. Every single citizen in the United States has broken federal law. That's what I told this guy. I said ten laws every day without even blinking and I right and what does that say to justice like if every single person is guilty and can be nailed on something. I mean. That's not a just society. No no but that's not get when you reject God's Law God's law simple God's laws not. There's not a lot of them and it's not oppressive at all there's a ton of freedom but people who are slaves by nature which is people that are slaves to send you know. That's that's what we are by nature. Hr were slaves to sin. We can't handle freedom. We reject it. We need to be we. We we need to be enslaved. And so we just enslave ourselves. Yeah yeah definitely and so. I think it's a good reminder in going back to kind of our goal of this year of being the cover is to throw throw this back in their faces like we don't need to be defensive and be retreating from this try to backpedal and cutting rationalize what God has said. We don't God doesn't need us to do. You know qualify things for him but we could just be bold and throw it back at them is like Oh you think you're so just you're killing innocent people. You're selling their body parts you know. Oh you're doing it for your own prosperity for no medical reason like give me a break. You guys have no sense of morality whatsoever. Who are you to throw that back at us? We should have the the firm stance to be able to do that. McCall Bible. The Bible has a great verse in. 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"madiun" Discussed on NakedChats

NakedChats

12:13 min | 3 years ago

"madiun" Discussed on NakedChats

"How hey creates and produces? He's earn online videos. Encloses these chat is filled with many practical and actionable tips. Are I imagine that you are going to want to take some notes down. So I'm just GONNA jump straight into it because I don't know if you can until I feel I can very quickly losing my voice. So this is Joe Leitch naked chats hijack. Thank you so much for joining me on the flood gus today. More pleasure south side if he gets off amount. Stop by asking the same question that I ask my guess and that is will add to things that most people don't know about you That's a a good question. I think one is that I if I try to keep relevant I moved to Dolon when my first DOT Titian job. Oh Yeah for love You have to make a move if you want your first job at least an interesting using fitzgerald second would be i. Oh I hate being invidia. End is still get anxious about a- and yet I still do it. Yeah that's a huge part of your job being on video. I think it's a huge part of everyone's everyone's job in Spain is stated in the twenty th century and they want to help people you gotta get comfortable on camera definitely. That's probably a really good segue into the fest segment which it's all about getting to know who you are as a peasant as well as touching on what you've done. I guess throughout your career to date side. Can you take back to the beginning. In sort of providers bit of insight as to what you lack when you're younger engram sort of guessing unit from the Fathy feel anxious on video hats. You're you're a bit more of an issue. Latin an extra buck Energy from whether other at speeding around people all being by myself You could lock me away in in a room for two weeks. If I have my laptop like I'll be jamming I'd be so happy Different Internet I'm not sure when I was little. I guess normal. Doing lots of sports didn't didn't stand out. I guess do my best if it in like. Oh kids yeah yeah and I guess when did you stop to develop any interesting nutrition. That maybe ask that question Probably after I started studying right I think for a lot of people like people always ask me like. Oh what what do you know what you WANNA do. And what should should I Studying things like well I think he. Anyway you find out is like you discounts if you WANNA study obviously go study something or you go and work somewhere and then and then you find out what you WanNa do from doing that. If you've done it actually try anything. United Allow yourself that opportunity to figure it out so I just started studying studying. Exercise Science Consi-. I think just did really well in. PA costs something. I didn't know what to do and I was interested in. I always spoiled and stopped. It was interested in in movement like maybe exercise science just interested made if I had to pick something it wasn't going to be accounting kind of thing and and then and I didn't think my mocks good enough to like do engineering or anything like that in school. I wasn't the best student. And then uh-huh yeah after one year signs that I guess we dabbled in different things in the area of health and behavioral science. And then I was like. Oh Hi this is. Nutrition is really interesting and then I started doing that and then quickly realized. That apparently guys aren't meant to nutrition. I didn't realize I was like why. Where are the guys I thought everyone eight and it's interested. Include apparently not on the topic of that so the the interest one year and then decided that nutritional sciences cool interesting. Yeah you're definitely a female dominant. I guess industry for sure Sir. You studied at the University of one Gong. I believe you graduated in two thousand and eleven. What is that right yet to think about that? Signi tell us I guess what you have done throughout your career. Price graduation brought into what you're doing now mentioned that you're on for a little bit. Yeah Guy some why I got my first job in Rhode Island Hospital because spittle six six months like a slight. You know what that sounds fun. Highly Recommend Alan. It's really fine. If you're a new Grad because no one's from the everyone out there is just too young and it's is they'd have a good time and then you know that new career and stuff and then I moved to private company they create and we had a contract with flying fly out to serve indigenous community so I was flying out for small airplanes. I said that's really fun holding Diabetes Clinics Public Health stuff in in really remote communities in just a couple of hundred people. So I got to say I was doing communities. All around down Alice Springs in around. The center said that it was really fun. I did that for years. Really Tiring travel a lot Really eye-opening ass lord the different the health. She's we had between Kind of what we see at home and then indigenous Australian embassy challenges because it's so spread out and then all all I will essentially. I was happy I was happy doing jobs really. But we lost the contract US federal government funded and they changed. I think they might have been an election. I can't remember any contact so I was essentially like okay. Well now you can do H H cast off and hospital clinic clinic stop and really the flying fly out and so I decided at the same time I I met my who still might continent out and she from Sweden Genus Finding Sweden. It's not wasn't it wasn't just a lifestyle choice tell you a pretty nice place So so I also wanted to travel and do stuff like that and I was like okay. You know what I'm just GONNA quit my job forbid you know it's it's it's never going to get easier to take time off right at any gets hotter as we get older. We get more responsibilities Blah Blah Blah. So I quit my job to travel a bit but I didn't do it cold Turkey. I am essentially Two thousand twelve. When I was in Darwin I entered the writing competition it was? It was in collaboration with nuts for life. I think which is like one of the did not grow essential action in Australia or something. Turn random up yes I hit him hiding competition. This is like dozen twelve Hit like a couple of things in the win got a a free flight to respectfully Australasian Medical Writers Association Conference One year membership in mental ship. And Dan I won this competition super random. I think I don't know why I wanNA it was through. Dia Da had. I should've saying like he's writing. Competition analyst sounds like fun so apparently I like writing. I like reading. Did that one got flying to Brisbane then opened up Mrs Thousand Twelve Club. OCCA- like instagram didn't even exist like online. Working Online was not saying okay so no one knew any of that stuff like we immunity. Yeah that's another thing so I went and I mentally people who would riding for living and I was like okay so and that will just like yes the way working here like I met someone who was like. Oh Yeah I'll be in the US rebid. I'm just GonNa you know working like wherever whether you want. It was just a light moment. I was like that's amazing. And then so I had this wild mental shape and it coincided with US losing this contract contractor flying so then I was like. Hey why don't I like. Obviously I could write and I liked it and I had someone who could advise me what to do so I was like I'm GonNa quit my job. Get Ear forbid and tried to thriving stop so bashful would was doing that of course if you start riding you've got limited used to market yourself and finding clients so just doing all that by courses learning all that stuff And then and then. Yeah Yeah you got to a job with then authority nutrition now health line a quiet them. I was the first Nutrition and and the Arizona. Chris taught me everything about Seo. And I and that completely changed the trajectory of career. I would say so. I was not just riding like initially Ryan magazines and stuff print and online but then I was learning about running articles for for websites. How it's different how to get eyeballs onto your content of course if you have attention than you can do lots of things in business and Satisfied website Intestine fifteen. You know it's a full of full year overnight. Success he liked to the site. I've been doing this while I would touch of people light alike stuff takes a while. If you're doing your business things like that s on my website. That was going. Well maybe for another time About how is he has changed dramatically in achieve else and medical websites and then now Atlanta sales essentially started the company. We'd do health coaching and Digestive issues White losses is one of the major goals as it is. It's in a ninety nine percent of people doing that old actually online so that I can still move pat and have that. That's important to me. I think at that location independence at least at this time in my life and I guess that's that's what I do so I'll be waiting for myself since jasmine exciting. Yeah menace so much that I want to touch on that let's go back to let's talk about Sei. Because because I think one thing that sort of really stands out to me with you is that you are not necessarily really active on social media it platforms. Which today we see a lot of people I guess trying to build a presence through social media and using that as their I guess primary source of with marketing whereas your kind of done the opposite end it you know about the Seo Sir you're driving people to content through such engines and an album Madiun Madiun for decide that sin accurate sort of Summary One hundred percent like from when I started my website too I started just for Seo and of course she had You can prevent your articles stuck in that picks up organically over time but I by no means had a lodge facebook page and then of course you instagram. I started using it for my business Last year I think it was just my personal account. We got a couple of other ones like that and a topic speaks specific accounts. But I certainly should you take away. My business would be executive signed yet. Let's talk about this year because I know a lot of people wouldn't even know what s remains At to basics. 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One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

Between The Lines

07:24 min | 3 years ago

One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened

"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is

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Once a rising star, Nashville ex-mayor Barry's political ascent crashes with affair

The News with Gene Valicenti

02:28 min | 4 years ago

Once a rising star, Nashville ex-mayor Barry's political ascent crashes with affair

"With the mayor fung and joe trillo yesterday both at i'm going back and forth against each other good on creator joe a trader joe that's a preview i've got a coming up at seven thirty five best of you don't wanna miss this at the intersection of entertainment and politics and pornography adult film star stormy daniels is now suing president trump because she wants to talk about the affair they allegedly act is more from sarah side there we see for the first time in public court records that stormy daniels who is also named in a suit by her legal named stephanie clever did have an intimate relationship with donald trump during the summer of two thousand six and well into two thousand seven the lawsuit says the pornstar an adult film director wanted to go public with her story of the affair with mr trump and her desire to go public came to the attention of mr trump and his campaign this is the first time we're seeing in public court records that mr trump may have known something about this particular deal at the intersection of sex and politics the mayor of nashville is out she had an affair with her bodyguard they both phoniedup travel receipts they went to greece and other places on the taxpayers tab she called the quits yesterday but my time today is your mere concludes my unwavering live in sincere affection for this wonderful city and it's great people will never come to an ends that she could work here yes she could that's true mayor megan barry has resigned as part of a plea deal on a felli theft charge she had the affair with a former bodyguard while she was married at the time and then they but that it went away liked eight nine times on the taxpayer attempt they caught up other mayor former mayor megan barre is out the deputy mayor's taking over what as if the news is an entertaining enough here's your hollywood minute the two two n d two christopher robin ewan mcgregor as winning the poos grown up play madiun christopher robin opening in august oh i know seen a few wrinkles may be we have fresh offers show stealing appearance at the oscars tiffany had issues teaming up with tyler perry she'll star in the writer directors comedy the list as a woman just out of prison whose sister is.

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