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"manuel" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"It's okay to be afraid we will get started with zenji earthly manuel. Right after this earth on manuel. Welcome to the show in q. Good morning good afternoon wherever you are dan afternoon where i am. Yes we you. And i were chatting before we started the interview in just talking about how the world is a pretty tumultuous place right now and you have spoken publicly in written about the value of disruption. Can you describe what you mean by that yet. I've talked about it. And i also have gotten in trouble for saying it and it gets confusing as like what am i trying to say. Am i trying to get people to accept suffering in some way and that is not really the The intention of teaching this teaching for me of looking at disruption as valuable meaning that it is the place in which we change and transform that we transform in the midst of So a lot of folk want to transform they wanted to be nice and neat and clean and painless and all of these kinds of things and my experience is that doesn't happen that way at all man my life. The things that have changed have been when. I've fallen off the cliff. Let's say in the quote. When i hit the so i learned that. Oh i think. When i was in my twenties i begin to notice that life just keeps going trouble keeps happening. You know. this isn't isn't gonna stop. But of course i didn't accept it so i went about trying to change things in my own life and change things in the world and get frustrated and disappointed and Sorta like these times. Some people feel like we're moving backwards are standing still. Were not moving ahead. Are these kinds of things. And so when the disruption comes it doesn't necessarily mean that we are Moving backwards or standing still. I actually feel that there. Something dynamic going on. And that's why the disruption is happening sorta like earthquake right the ground shakes the some kind of dynamic movement our action in the earth. That's causing you know an earthquake. And i wanna start right here in just sent out a prayer to haiti in the midst of the the last earthquake. That's what came up for me just in the moment so i wanna do that. So as a person who was raised in disruption. I was part of the watts variet- person doing things i was near. I was living near so that when we went to the grocery store there was the the national guard with their guns and everything. That's how close we were to it. There was always trouble in my school. There were riots. You know and things around race. There was all kinds of stuff going on. I myself you know have been caught up in some pretty snarly incidents and so. I always wanted to be better like no more racism. No more oppression. No more hate no more anything. And of course that is always. The aspiration is always the vow but most important. I know that if something stops like say we don't have any more racism. Let's just say that we have no more of it. That means something else that will take. Its place we don't know what it is so there's always something that's why we have so many movements napping that's wonderful because all of these movements in climate change movement around police brutality movement around You know racism movement around poverty. You know all these different areas that are happening and we could go crazy running off trying to make sure all of that gets cleared up and taking care of. That's kind of our attitude to fix it but mainly i feel like disruptions are here for us to transform within and without so that went if it changes us within it will change. What's going on without the more and more we ignore it. I think the more disruptions we will have and sometimes i feel like i told a friend and she felt that sounds so fatal you know fatalism and that's not what i'm saying is what i see and i think we're at a really point in the world not only our country where the disruption are getting more intense in their increasing. And they're more often 'cause something really is trying to wake us up not us wake us up. We think we can wake ourselves up. And we can't a certain extent but there is a place that's unseen in uncontrollable by the human being and we to understand that and then to allowed things to change the dynamic of the disruption to change us in with we force against it. I think we keep falling back into an old place because the disruption becomes a wall as opposed to a more porous are malleable barrier obstacle. That we actually can go through. We can actually go through these disruptions. It doesn't feel like it often but we can. So if we're using disruptions if i use all the has happened to me then i can contribute to society from having those experiences have which most of us are doing anyway and having you know come through them is where all of my poetry all my other writings and teachings my showing up here to talk on. The podcast has to do with that at the same time everything was happening to me. There was a transformation also happening to me so while we're in this dive sometimes we're also in light it in but we don't know some people will i want to feel the flight and to feel to die you know so that can cause problems too because they're both at the same time that's like someone gives you a coin you said. Well i don't really are dollar. I don't know nobody gets coins anymore. Not even a dollar. Oh i don't want that that dollar you know. But i i want some money you know so it's kind like you. Can't you have to take the dollar to get the money and deal with everything involved in the dollar everything that that is involved in attached to the dollar. So that's how i see disruption is actually. I've actually begun to will. Add appear time i say my practice. I begin to stop suffering the suffering amd begin to actually enjoy it even while i was in pain in interiors traumatized and everything else but i knew i knew i still know. 'cause i'm still in a dive. I'm always in a dive that something's coming through that disruption or darkness for me in for us in everyone around me in us. So i know that best the way change happens. That's the way transformation happens. Lot of casualties. Along the way are i might not make it. They'll be a dive. I won't make that's guaranteed right. I won't make one of the guys. And i'll be gone but all along they'll be all these dyes all of this turmoil suffering and it's to be used slight fodder it's mud. We know this. It's the mud for the lotus flower. It has to have murky nutrients and that's the way our lives are. I can imagine some people thinking Look we're listening thinking well. I don't know how to sit with this. We in this dive. I can't get comfortable with it. How do i do that. You know this is where i have to have what's called beginner's mind right. You heard that. Of and.
"manuel" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Is the ten percent. have your podcast dan harris. Hey hey very few of us. I believe relish chaos and disruption but they are facts of life given the non-negotiable nature of change. Today we're gonna talk about how to tune into the value of disruption and learn how to sit with chaos. I guessed is andrew earth lin manuel. She's ordained zen priest shields a phd. She worked for decades as a social science researcher and as a development director for nonprofits. She's also a prolific author. Will be covering a few of her books in today's episode. We're also going to talk about what to do with the unknown and not having any answers. The power of this is her term. A sip of silence. What she means by the phrase death as a doorway to tenderness her extraordinary story about her unusual route to becoming his priest how she defines tenderness a word that can easily get bogged down in sloppy sentimentality. And what she meant when she wrote the following lines. I'm not advocating love as an answer to all of the ills of the world then again. It's just that simple to be love. So let's talk about here. Just a heads up. There are some mentions of assault spiritual sexual and substance abuse and racism including a recent incident that zendu experienced herself before we get to chat was andrew. One item of business. Great news if you wanna hear more of andrew which i suspect you will after having listen to this interview. We've brought her wisdom into ten percent happier app where she has recorded her very own teacher. Talk teacher.
Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses
"You probably know usually the broadway league releases figures every monday about box office grosses. They're not releasing those this year. They they've said stuff about like well you know plays are staggered is not the same. Also there's There's reduced reduced shows for a lot of shows. Not everybody's doing eight shows a week so we don't know i do know that waitress that the night it opened they did make an announcement that waitress itself had broken All the previous broadway records for single performance ticket sales. They made it almost two hundred thousand dollars in ticket sales But besides that all when i was at passover tusa empty seats When i was at hagerstown. I didn't see a single one and i'm sure that last night i think the odds are very good. That every seat was filled last night. They would have been sold out all the people who wanted to be part of that history. How it will continue that way.
Cheers Greet the Reopening of Three Mega-Hit Broadway Shows
"Other shows have reopened but Broadway made its unofficial return with the curtain rising for three classic shows Christensen weren't surprised the crowd by appearing on stage before the start of wicked it's one of the spiritual anchors of modern Broadway success along with director Julie Taymor is The Lion King you have the desire of the enthusiasm the courage to lead the way because as we know theater in New York is the life blood and soul of the city over at the Richard Rodgers theatre I don't ever want to take life for granted yeah do you Lin Manuel Miranda says it took six years to create Hamilton I'm so glad it didn't take six years to come back thank you for getting vaccinated and wearing a mask and supporting life Maxine checkers in bright T. shirts inspected phones and cards at the crowds made their way into the theaters I'm a Donahue
Díaz, Rays Tie Team Record With 6 HRs, Romp Past Twins 11-4
"The rays are seven and a half games ahead of the Yankees after Tampa Bay won for the eleventh time in thirteen games and eleven to four routed Minnesota yandy Diaz hit one of Tampa bay's franchise record tying six home runs and drove in four Jordan Luplow Manuel Margot Rainier Rosa Reina Nelson Cruz and Brandon Lau also went deep for the rays the early run support help Chris archer get his first win since June twenty nineteen just the fact that our our guys put up that many runs that early no I just felt like I could challenge hitters archer tossed a season high seventy eight pitches while allowing four runs over five innings Jorge Polanco was three for four with a two run Homer for Minnesota I'm Dave Ferrie
Mexico undecided on reinstating "remain in Mexico" policy
"Government officials in Mexico are not saying whether they'll pull the U. S. immigration policy that keeps asylum seekers waiting in Mexico now that the U. S. Supreme Court refused to block a lower court ruling that reinstates the trump era policy requiring people to wait in Mexico for asylum hearings Mexico's director for north American affairs says that ruling is not binding in his country he says there are discussions underway about whether Mexico will agree to hold the migrants but president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has cooperated with the U. S. government in the past blocking migrant caravans and deporting those trying to reach the US border it's expected he would cooperate again legally though there is no reason why the biking administration can't again tried to end the program known as the migrants protection protocols Jackie Quinn Washington
Rays Beat White Sox 8-4; McHugh Earns First Save
"The rays have maintained their four game lead in the AL east by downing the AL central leading white Sox eight to four Brendon Lau Manuel Margot which we went to each had two hits and two RBIs while wander Franco delivered two hits and two runs the race finished with eleven hits and scored at least eight runs for the eleventh time in fifteen games Luis Patino gave up two runs over six innings of Tampa bay's fifth win in six games patina allowed five hits including sabes abolished fifth all run in the third inning Dallas Crichel took the loss I'm Dave Ferrie
Nelson Cruz Homers, Drives 5 to Help Rays Beat Orioles 10-6
"The rays have padded their lead in the AL east by thumping the Orioles tend to six Nelson Cruz homered and drove in five runs as Tampa Bay won for the sixth time in eight games putting the race two and a half games ahead of the red Sox Cruz tied it in the fifth with a three run shot and edited go ahead two run double in the eighth right right here so definitely feels good to be able to to drive those Ronson ospiti the situation's Manuel Margot had three hits an RBI for Tampa Bay drew Rasmussen picked up the win with two scoreless innings of relief Paul fry took the loss Pedro Severino in Austin Hays homered for the Orioles who are one in nine against the racist season I'm Dave Ferrie
Rays Top Red Sox 3-2 for 3-Game Sweep, Widen Lead in East
"The rays have hiked their lead in the AL east to one and a half games over the red Sox Brendon Lau socked a two run Homer Manuel Margot added an RBI single is to raise completed a three game sweep of Boston three to two J. McClanahan allowed one run and four hits over six innings to move to five M. four rating game hello yeah we were very excited about you know the series sweep in yellow away every once in plant so I think it was it was awesome energy he out dueled Nick Pivetta who was reached for three runs over four two thirds hunter Renfroe homered for the Sox who put runners on first and third with two out in the night before Matt Whistler preserve the victory the red Sox have lost a season high four straight and five of six on the ferry
Mexico to Hold Referendum on Accountability of Ex-Presidents
"Ballots this weekend in their first ever national referendum. But as James Fredrick reports from Mexico City, it's not clear what or even if the balloting will mean anything. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has framed the referendum as an opportunity for citizens to vote yes or no for his administration to investigate and possibly prosecute former presidents. One ad shows mug shot style photos of the ex presidents and says Vote yes for justice. But after Supreme Court revisions, the ballots no longer mentioned former presidents and instead ask about quote actions to shed light on past political decisions. This vagueness likely gives the president the final word on what the referendum actually means. But it may not matter. The referendum is only valid of 40% of registered voters submit a ballot. Election watchers say that will be a tough mark to hit for NPR news. I'm James
"manuel" Discussed on Criminal
"Time and you know lady got shot in the face and survive man. I'm i hate that. I you know i'm the guy responsible for doing that. But she survived. I'll be forever thankful. But i went back downtown and i see blood on the ground. I think that's when he hit.
Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New
"About unconventional casting choices in film and TV. Mindy Kaling playing Velma and Scooby Doo spinoff Black Jamaican actress Jodie Turner Smith playing the doomed wife of Henry, the eighth and the British miniseries and Berlin. My dear sister No holds a loose tongue in her head. So does this sort of diverse casting violate some unspoken rule about realism critic Bob Mondello takes a long view, he says. Cross cultural Casting has always raised eyebrows, even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century BC When the Greek playwright escalates, needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy, the Oresteia he picked the God Apollo choice You do not make if you're worried about verisimilitude in casting. Live theater has always assumed the audience can make imaginative leaps. Whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant my kingdom for a horse or founding fathers who rap. I am not throwing away my shot. Hamilton, of course, is a special case. Just like my country. I'm young, scrappy and hungry, and I'm Shot. It's a Broadway musical, famous not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time I write a piece of theater, I'm trying to get us on the board Latino composer lyricist Lin Manuel Miranda, speaking with fresh air's Terry Gross, black and Brown artist. This is a story of America, then told by America Now it's our country to with inclusion as Hamilton's calling card, diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon, an outcome that seems natural. In retrospect, but that flew in the face of decades of theater practice in 1986. When the stage union actors equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than 90% of actors hired in the U. S were white and presented scenes designed to help theatre makers consider other possibilities. In Tennessee Williams's
Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New
"The conventional criticism of diverse casting is that it violates some unspoken rule about realism. It's utterly one way traffic. He will not be getting any white people. Playing fellow lay anytime soon. If there's a bio-pic nelson mandela will not be played by a white actor. This is gum. That's the view on one british. Talk show anyway. But as npr's film critic bob mandela explains cross cultural casting has always raised eyebrows even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century bc when the greek playwright escalates needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy or sta he picked the god apollo choice. You do not make. If you're worried about vera similitude in casting live theater has always assumed. The audience can make imaginative leaps whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant or founding fathers who wrap shots. Hamilton of course is a special case. It's a broadway musical famous. Not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of thomas jefferson and george washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time i write a piece of theater. I'm trying to get us on the board. Latino composer-lyricist lin-manuel miranda's speaking with fresh air's terry gross black and brown artists. This is a story of america then told by american now. It's our country to talk with inclusion. Hamilton's calling card. Diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon and outcome. That seems natural. In retrospect but that flew in the face of decades of theatre practice in nineteen eighty-six when the stage union actor's equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than ninety percent of actors hired in the us were white and presented scenes designed to help theater makers consider other possibilities
Springer Homers Again, Blue Jays Hand Rays 5th Loss in Row
"George Springer went deep for the second straight day in Santiago Espinal hit his first career home run is the blue jays doubled up the res six three S. but all connected for a two run drive off reliever Matt Whistler capping a five run six that needed six to one Cavan Biggio delivered a two run single in the blue jays tenth win in thirteen games Adam Cimber got the win in relief of raw Strickland who allowed two hits and three walks in five and two thirds Manuel Margot homered in Kevin Kiermaier had a two run single for Tampa Bay which has dropped five straight overall and ten in a row on the road I'm Dave Ferrie
Rays win 4th in a row, send Angels to 5th straight loss
"Fred Phillips drove in three runs in the race picked up their fourth straight win by trouncing the angels thirteen to three Manuel Margot and Mike Zunino homered to back Shane McClanahan who allowed three runs and four hits over six innings all the hits and runs off McClanahan came in the third inning ji man Choi had four hits and drove into was the raisin proved to six and against the angels this season Alex Cobb drop to and six in eight starts against his former team surrendering six runs and six hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Kiermaier Ends Combined No-Hit Bid, Rays Top Red Sox 1-0
"Two hits were it not for the races Manuel Margot scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth to complete their one nothing win over the red Sox Margot rapped a two out single stole second and went to third on a throwing error by catcher Christian Vazquez before coming home with the winning run Josh Taylor Darwin's in Hernandez combined to no hit here today until Kevin here Myers one out double in the eighth he was he was lights out he was he was really good have had as pictures work in and you know that's the best we we've seen of him and then he did a great job to park at that it was pulled with two outs in the seventh after throwing one hundred pitches Boston manages four hits against Tampa Bay I'm Dave Ferrie
"manuel" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
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"manuel" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Touted the musical come to be. Do you know who wrote the story and lyrics and music. If you guessed lin manuel. Miranda your right lin manuel. Miranda was born january sixteenth nineteen eighty new york new york. His parents were from puerto rico. Puerto rico is an island and us territory in the caribbean lin-manuel grew up in a hispanic neighborhood in northern manhattan with his family. His unique name was inspired by a poem about the vietnam war. His father worked in politics and helped. Several of the mayors of new york city and his mother was a psychologist. The often played salsa and show tunes which are songs for musicals at home during his childhood and teens. lin-manuel spent at least one month each year with his grandparents in vega. Alta puerto rico. He attended hunter college elementary school and hunter college high school. He wrote some of his first musicals while growing up in school. Lin-manuel cy his first broadway musical les miserables when he was seven and it made a lifelong impression on him. his tastes also ran to hip hop and r&b and he became an excellent rapper. In high school he won the lead role in the musical. The pirates of penzance and was very active in the schools drama program in school. He met stephen sondheim who later became a mentor to him. Along with fellow. Musical theater legend john candor. Lin-manuel went on to study theatre at wesleyan university where he continued to perform in musicals and to write his own songs and shows it was there in nineteen ninety nine that he wrote the first draft of his musical in the heights which was set in washington heights a northern manhattan neighborhood similar to that of his own childhood in college and manuel wrote and directed several other musicals and acted in many other productions ranging from musicals to shakespeare after graduating from college in two thousand and two lin. Manuel started an acting career appearing in films on television. He also performed with the hip hop improvisation group freestyle love supreme around new york city in festivals including the edinburgh festival fringe. At this time he continued to develop in the heights with his friend. Thomas kale the music blended hit up and salsa lin-manuel wrote the music and lyrics for the show he also co wrote a book that is the complete script and all the song lyrics from the show in the heights opened off broadway in february. Two thousand two and ran until july with lin manuel in the lead role. It one two drama desk awards in the heights had its broadway debut in march two thousand eight and won four tony awards including those for best musical and best original score they also were nominated for the pulitzer prize for drama and its original cast recording on the two thousand eight grammy award for best musical show album also in the heights will be available to everyone is moving theaters and on. Hbo june two thousand and twenty one. While lin manuel was on vacation in two thousand and eight he read a book about the. Us founding father alexander hamilton. The biography was written by ron cherno and told hamilton's life story. Lin-manuel was inspired by hamilton's life from his difficult childhood in the caribbean islands to his move to new york and the part he played in the american revolution. Eventually becoming the us secretary of the treasury lin-manuel saw an important story the needed to be told and the wheels and his head started to turn in alexander. Hamilton story. lin-manuel said on that was similar to that of the simple beginnings of many famous rappers. It inspired him to write a rap about alexander hamilton. In two thousand nine he performed it for the white house evening of poetry music and the spoken word before president barack obama and others. He later said he spent a year writing the song. My shot changing it countless times for every verse to reflect alexander hamilton smarts by two thousand and twelve lin manuel was performing extended set of pieces based on the life of alexander hamilton he then referred to it as the hamilton. Mix tape the new york times called it an obvious game changer. The resulting show which lin-manuel called hamilton was smart energetic catchy in immediately popular with audiences. It featured a racially diverse cast with lin-manuel starring in the main role of alexander hamilton. In january. two thousand fifteen. The musical opened off broadway at new york city's public theater. It was so successful. It made an early move to broadway in july in two thousand and sixteen they were hamilton the pulitzer prize for drama and that year it received an outstanding sixteen. Tony nominations which rarely happens. Lin-manuel earned several nods including best actor in a leading role in a musical the production. Eventually one of tony's falling one short of the record. They named hamilton best. Musical and lin. Manuel won for best book and best original score on march fifteenth two thousand and sixteen members of the cast of hamilton performed. The white house and hosted workshops lin-manuel performed freestyle rap from prompts held up by president obama later in two thousand and sixteen brand and jeremy mccarter published hamilton the revolution a book describing hamilton's journey from idea to broadway success in july two thousand and sixteen lin-manuel appeared for the last time in the show the following year the musical opened in london's west end where it was a critical and commercial success. It won several olivier awards including best new play. In addition lin. Manuel garnered the award for outstanding achievement. In music in two thousand and seventeen hurricane. Maria hit the caribbean islands. It was the worst recorded. Hurricane in history in that area of the world many lives and property was lost to help lin-manuel briefly returned to his role as alexander hamilton in puerto rico and use the money made from the shows to help people there. Lin-manuel had been active in helping the people of puerto rico and the arts there over the years. Have you seen the disney movie moana. Lin-manuel wrote the song. How far i'll go and seeing parts of it in the movie. Mary poppins returns. He played mary poppins kick and chimney. Sweep bert he also starred in the. Hbo tea series his dark materials today. Lin manuel continues to work on many projects with different studios including disney.
Long Grand Slam in 10th, Mariners Sweep Rays in 4-Game Set
"The Seattle Mariners picked up the third walk off win in four days with a six to ten inning victory over the Tampa Bay rays the manuscript the four game series with the rays winning the last two games in extra innings shuttling juniors to a grand slam home run provided the game winner I believe will just a great feeling I mean so one of the one of the coolest things you can do a baseball in my opinion so I mean it was it was a great feeling just rounded the bases and just knowing that I was able to help my team win hi France and Louise transit solo homers to account for the mariners other two runs Tampa bay's runs came via doubles by Manuel Margot and Mike Zunino the mariners have won seven of their last eight games or the rates have dropped six straight I'm Jim Bernard
"In the Heights": A Joyous Return to the Movies
"T o P News Well before Hamilton Lin Manuel Miranda won best musical for in the Heights. The hotly anticipated movie version is now showing in movie theaters and streaming on HBO. Max, Who's Na'vi de la Vega runs a bodega in one Washington Heights, New York, Dreaming of returning to the Dominican Republic. Anthony Ramos inherits the Royal from Lin Manuel Miranda, but it won't be jarring to D C audiences who already saw him in the part of the Kennedy Center. We root for his romance with Melissa Barrera, just as we do, Allegedly Grace and Corey Hawkins, all four of which get character arts, dreaming of starting a tiki bar. Becoming hairstyle is fighting for immigrants and running a taxi dispatch director John Chu proves you can do things on screen that you can on stage, choreographing dance numbers in swimming pools, surreal subway tunnels, even sides of buildings. A tough pandemic year. It's the feel good movie we need right now for a
'In the Heights' and the New Golden Age of Musicals
"Early word about in the heights has been effusively positive in general and praising of star anthony ramos as a screen presence in particular if you get the film spotty newsletter. You already know that. This week producers. Sam wrote about seeing hints of ramos's potential in the filmed version of hamilton. So i thought we might want to start there atom to ask if this potential was realized for you in this screen adaptation of lin-manuel miranda's pre hamilton stage. Musical ramos plays whose navy de la vega twenty something new yorker. Who's taken over corner. Bodega from his late parents. But dreams of moving back to his native dominican republic. There two other main characters whom will get to but it's it's navy who introduces us to. His washington heights neighborhood in the movies. Bravura pre title sequence. Which is a chance for ramose to showcase his skills as a singer. Slash rapper as a dancer and just general screen presence
Lin-Manuel Miranda On "In the Heights"
Ballots and Bullets: Mexico's Elections
"Mexicans wants to the polls yesterday in a set of elections in which ninety three million people were able to vote on more than twenty thousand positions and yet the person who has figured most prominently in campaigning. wasn't on any of the ballots. andres manuel lopez. Obrador was applauded as he cast his vote. Yesterday is halfway through a six year term as president when he came to power promised to transform the country he vowed to stand up for the poor to fight corruption to address the drug related violence that has long plagued the country. His critics say he's failed in all those emissions and that he's used undemocratic methods to push through his policies across the country. Election campaigns have been marred by violence. More than thirty candidates have been murdered. The votes are still being counted but early results suggest. The president's party has lost some of the legislative stranglehold. It had been enjoying these mexico's biggest ever elections in terms of the number of price for grabs. Sarah burke is our central america bureau. Chief all five hundred seats of the lower chamber of the legislature. The fifteen governors of the thirty two states there are thirty state. Legislators and thousands of local positions is also going to determine the president lopez operators influence over the next three years or serve his term push a six year term and twenty twenty four as it stands marina. His party has the simple majority in the house. And with its allies Supermajority the initial results the projections. That are coming out at the moment. Suggests they're going to lose the supermajority with allies keep the simple majority with the allies. Put loser on their own. So they're going to have stood lot more negotiating in the second passive his time.
"manuel" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"I mean. A lot of farmers are not the money. I can make more money go work for a warehouse just talking in the phone. Hey joel how many boxes you need today. And i call. Those guys are computer cells. People if they don't see anything in the computer go. The depression don't know how to sell. But i like the one in like this. I talked to all my buyers every morning three ten times a day. I go meet them. We we meet like say rap from former closer and all that stuff. We made them. We communicate we. We asked him what their best their store. What's best for the customer. We do all that stuff. And and that's what we supposed to know kind of working there. That's why i always say the government should help us. The the retail should help us communicate with us. The hotel communicate then. We communicate the whole thing. If it's those things happening that we can pay more for these people to but if you have one group once once once once once and nobody else wants to pay. Nobody wants to pay something that again. It's something that again and maybe my analogies wrong but if someone can tell me that it's it's better you're always welcome. My door's always open a lot of people. They said they have thirty years experience. How did didn't know how to grow corn. And but i'm not gonna say name when you go to a lot of conference the never talk about a farmer can make money. You should go. Sometimes he always talk about how. I can spend my money so all of your farmers when you go to this conference as scientists are expert. Show me how. I can make more money the farm instead of just buying yup seems to be the way a few. I know you know it right. You've been around. And i've been around. I'd go to pay a little. You know all these shows. Sometimes i. I laugh because never mentioned about a former can making the money and i always wonder why god gambling millions of millions of money. They don't even know if you get anything and we should want our farmers to make money because that's going to mean more food grown here yes and then workers paid more and then i can say my son and daughter say come back to the farm and make a living and their kids and their kids so keep the chain but if there's no future to make money how can you convince the next generation. I mean i talked to my congressman locally. How can you. Yes me play plan. How can you give farmers. Well you've got to keep the chain going else. You broke attain the broken. But i'm fifty two years old maybe ten more years. Yeah i get security. Well thank you for doing it. Thank you for growing food. And i've eaten your produce an excellent. Thank you for for pushing forward and making it like you said you. You do it because people need to be. Fed food needs to be grown here. And i don't think farmers like yourself who do that and make a lot of sacrifices and do a lot of hard work you described get enough. Thanks for that its navy. Thanks i mean a lot of people. Ask me. I've been here for thirty seven years killing thirty seven years. I never go boating or camping in the summertime. basically my daughter's twenty six and my son is twenty one or twenty three. I never took them on camping or boating. Because i'm always working in the summertime here. A lot of people don't consider that people in america if they do the teething. You're crazy but that's you asked me. That's the reason we we do it. Because you can't wait the week to pick your corn the you loosen ready when it's ready when it's very it's gonna come. That's why i think the the label the season the labor down the road. We need help. I hope anybody's listening from olympia. We need help because of that seasoning thing we have that. We need to itamara. Growers apple growers hop growers us. You can't just say. I got a three weeks you know. When you build a plane a boeing you can leave it there for ten years. Not gonna go. Newer aesthetic russ by corn in. Today's they lose them. It's a big difference. Yeah i mean if they can figure out bring more people here in yakima bali to pick all this product is agriculture tank. In one time. I will praise them. People working in the field. It's hard nobody wanna do it. Lets us we do it. I really appreciate you having the out here to the farm. Show me how it all works and and talk about what's really going on in our food system. I think it's really really important for people to hear that. So thank you for taking the time. I know you're busy and have lots of stuff going on around here but Thanks for for being here on the podcast appreciate you know it's we need to You know we need to advocate farming. I'm neighbor people that started as farming. We usually don't get involved in politics and everything but you know like i said i love farm and i hate it when they see we lose this farm communities we gotta we gotta keep going You know the kids. Hope the government or listened to us helpless. We're still help. You not broke here and do something different. It's everybody against it every farmer against it. Something wrong you know. And we've pretty independent group of people. So i mean thank you for coming Hey hope in the future can help his kind of conversation. Sure so thank you very much when you're ready to pick for five days and you wanna lose weight. You can always guaranteed by weeks. This is the real food real people. Podcasts these are the stories of the people who grow your food..
"manuel" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Talking about two thousand acres that were house if you see this asparagus. Commence tomorrow on it. Don't matter what product is it a corn tomatoes bell peppers. We pick him we hydro call them back him. It's truck are waiting to deliver to the to the customer. That is the beauty of this part. Because when you're leaving l. you can go to kroger walmart or winco that product usually two days. It's because from pick it up here to go to the warehouse. It's in their store and you can't do that with mexico peru you can't That's how the farm worked. So i do. I dealt with like this. And then my brothers the wi with the workers by either butter the tractor driving and all the harvesting and my brother do all these backing would safety and my sister hold the check. That's how the farm extract. Why do you do you. You say you love it why somebody going to grow produce for you guys. Some people gotta somebody's gonna grow food for americans remember. There's three hundred thirty million americans. That's what they say. But i'll tell you they'll probably three hundred sixty million you look around california their bed civil grower disappearing georgia florida. Michigan's all these all role crop-growers states. Yeah it disappearing. California they're asparagus. Is almost gone from what it used to be. Why why is that. Why is it changing all of these different places regulations price. They can't compete you know they can't compete used to be california's the biggest kooks growers in the nation out bay. They don't even have a five hundred acre slap. Can't compete beings noga. Nobody grow down the green belt. The belt tomatoes. It's dying down the bell pepper. It's getting to the point that a lot of these grower like myself disappearing because we cannot compete south. There is no way and we've been begging. It should be up for vision for our. Us government to say. Hey when local start because we can't grow your long like mexico or peru california some of the first of the california but even them they can. They should be pervasive when local store. They should be cough. I don't know if that's possible or not. Well a lot of people say they want locally grown food or food grown close to home or food growth in the us but it's going other direction. There seems to be less and less of that. So what what changes that i mean. Some consumers would say they would pay even more for their food but does that not actually happen at the store. Yes and no but stores there for business to remember six major stores in the united states maybe eight but the compete sally. So you know it's it's america. You can't tell what one store do in whatever so when when you Good except for from january to say march. When you're seeing you go to the store only paying ninety nine cents or a dollar twenty. Asparagus is suddenly locally. Come up with three ninety nine a consumer say what the heck would happen most consumer. Don't really know what's going on. But you need to realize that. Like the beginning of our discussion from twelve dollars to fifteen dollars an hour difference plus also over twelve dollars a day to fifteen dollars an hour plus with unlimited supply of employees to compare to you begging them to come and work for you. American the word ninety degrees to a hundred ten degrees outside rare that you see acceptable where are mohicans. That wanna do that or you grew up. Used to that because you grow up in the philippines there. There's the words for you. You used to do that. I'll bet you. I always joke around with my friends. People that say how do you do it and you said you ask me. Why do i love it. Because there's only few people laugh. That's why i've made the reference three hundred thirty million people if we don't wake up as american seriously no food. There's a million they said there's a million row crop farmers in the united states. A million you do your map. A million to three hundred thirty million think about that and the next generation. I'm fifty two years old. My son would not come back here. My daughter how you gonna convince a kid come in the farm. Were twelve sixteen hours a day for for fifty years in no retirement and all that stuff. Yeah we got all these building and everything but you know what am american on all by the bank. Yeah i mean a lot of people. Not in the armed the ritz. Because hold these building over my banker slack. United states of america deficit. i i. it's just the way it is. We just tried to survive every year But i hope we we'd your help you know what you guys are doing thing. We can bring the awareness of people in the united states that. Hey we need people. We need farmers. What would it take for your kids to come back and continue on the farm. What would convince them to do that. What would have to change the the thing that i see if the chains is needs to be changed to protect farmers in america. He don't matter me my kids even my neighbors or the next neighbor state or you gotta have incentive to comeback the future of american farming. It's you can't convince a kid to come in the form of mike kids or the future talking about farming in america the types of farming america dylan. You have the wheat farmer. Those you can put fifty foot. John deere you'll.
"manuel" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Hey pamela and i when we came and dad and my brother. We absolutely broke and don't speak english. That's thirty seven years ago really. This is the real food real people. Podcast elite last summer. Somehow i got my hands on a twenty five pound box of fresh washington tomatoes. They were amazing and on the side of the box. It said imperials garden. I didn't know who imperials garden was. But right away. I wanted to know what's their story. Who are these people fast forward to this spring just a few weeks ago and i heard from roselle mos be on social media. She was at imperial's garden talking with men. Well imperial and so i had texture and say hey Who are who are these people. You know them well. She said very much so they're awesome. You've gotta have him on the podcast. Give manuel a call. And tell them that rosella says he's got to be on the podcast so we made it happen. He agreed to it as soon as i could get it on my schedule i went out there and visited and wow what a story something that i never expected. As far as the backstory of the family that men well as part of an they built the farm that they haven't all the things that grow and all the wisdom that he has to share about our food system and the chain as he describes at one point the chain that's broken You really going to enjoy this conversation. You're going to get to know a lot. And we have a lotta laughs along the way too with manuel imperial of imperials garden again in oiseaux food real people podcast where we are sponsored by the dairy farmers of washington. Why dairy dot org is their website and we would love for you to check them out online and they're inspiring the desire for real local dairy. That's what they do and you can check out. A full virtual farm tour of washington state dairies on their website. Wa dairy dot org also mana insurance group helping you prepare for your future and protect your future financially. Not just picking up the pieces when things go wrong but making sure you have a plan in place to protect your financial future and your family's financial future washington red raspberries also supporting the podcast. We appreciate their Support for what we're doing and we should also mention williams who has supported the podcast with a community grant to help us do what we do here so without further ado. Let's sit down and hear from manuel imperial. We go to walk to washington and imperials garden so here. We are on the farm in the middle of workday. What's going on around us right now. Explain it's visi did. It's always will be this time of year spring. We're doing a lot of planting Cultivating and harvesting asparagus. So you'll see a lot of plants all around us and you see some fuel tractors moving around in and out so and you guys are packing asparagus. Right behind us over there right. Yeah we we started. This is about This is about learning about a month. You know packing spargo's and he's a daily thing for neither mia hopefully another month and we call it a good. So how does that work people in the field. Cut this baragan this put it in bins. Or what's the process. Yeah the process is most of the guys started up for thirty in the morning. depends on the letter. If it's colder during the day we started. Be later but if it's like been the last few days has been nice. You know between seventy five to eighty degrees starting early. Yes depict him put him in their back and then they drop them on those yellow dubs then we have drivers to go pick them up from groups Because they basically by groups they pay. We paid him. This work We came in. We wait for individualities and my driver's take notes. We hydro call them on the side to get cooled off for them in the cooler. And then we pack him hydrochloride again and then raided ship. So it's like rinsing them with watered. Cooled down yes and that probably helps them stay fresh longer right. Yeah so it's spurring as you gotta get the heat out or else they will As fergus water basically. So when we pick these we back him today. Ship 'em all over united states canada. You know all that stuff. We're loading today. Going to back to la so they go everywhere so you wanna get make sure you get the heat out keeping between thirty five thirty sixty degrees and they'll stay for a while. So where does your asparagus. You talked about all the different places that goes to. Where can somebody find your asparagus. How do they know it's from you. Usually you'll see my label says imperials garden you. You find them from almost all the stores in the north less we do a lot with the the smaller chain Like super ones You'll you know. Rose ours. Fred myers and all those case but we get into the season like the beds like corn tomatoes and all all of them we sell to so they go mainly northwest but most of the spur go back. He's that i grow. Where else is asparagus grown. I know a lot has grown around here. But we're else do they do it. I heard that they used to grow a lot in california but they don't anymore california's maybe less than a thousand acres left. Used to be fifty. Sixty thousand basically disappeared A lot of this snow is coming up. Mexico and through a bruce freely. Heavy on them Mexico the almost jose nine months out of the year now used to be the only slow. So they're pushing their season bit longer and it's costing local asperger's over really the headaches basically Because they when you bought them with them you can't really compete with them. Why is that. Why can't you can compete with that asparagus. A good example is mexico. Pay a day for workers we pay by pound for worker. So if you pay x. amount of money here in. They're paying a dollar today there. And that's it that's it plus fifteen bucks max and plus the are have unlimited resource of workers in yakima washington. We have short works..
"manuel" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"While at playas but yet so surfing number two surfing and manuel antonio. I've love athletics adventure and water. So it's no surprise. Surfing started speaking to me back in two thousand sixteen. If you didn't know my first adventure was surfing in california. I ended up breaking my foot crazy. I know originally planned to serve ghost. Recon two thousand sixteen with my foot healing. When i came for our treat that did not happen. I knew wanted to transform cryer experience with surfing i prayed and practically took steps to make the vision a reality. The reality blew my prior experience. Any expectations away. In a great way. I ended up getting on five solid waves during my costa rica adventure surfing. You're curious. I definitely encourage you to go back to that blog and shell and i also included some videos behind the scenes and pictures in this block with the link in the show notes number three manuel antonio national park. The park is a must while in manuel antonio. Although park is small compared to other national parks in costa rica it is huge in views. Wildlife and beaches. I loved the park so much. I ended up going twice. It is easy to spend a half to a full day here and you can also go back to the blog and show on my full piece on manuel antonio to learn more and also include a behind the scenes video in this one and images number four. Be us in and around while tonio meet sure you. Increasing the view of the coast from various spots in anatolia. Great spots review views include within the park or meet other winston de which is one of the pass packs in the park. The restaurant and emilio's cafe which are talk about more a bit number five manuel antonio beach hands down one of the most beautiful and breathtaking beaches in the world. It is located in manuel antonio national park itself. The beaches incredible with soft emir white-sand shivering and sparkling warm water and abundant wildlife at every turn including watching monkeys trying to snatch things like food from locals and touris- literally off the beach. I ended up going to the beach twice for great reason as you can see on the images and videos. The her steamy went for about two hours to the beach itself and the park about five. In the second time. I went for about four hours to the beach and about seven or eight hours after park. It manuel antonio. Beach is my favorite beach. In near manuel. Antonio i love the small intimate size and shape of the beach as well number six and study. Sr another beach. That is amazing. As s bhatia swore. it is adjacent espa dea. Which is where. I went surfing but is located in his private within the park adding to its privacy. An appeal is definitely larger than manuel antonio beach. I visited s padeas sewer on my first visit to the park and spent maybe an hour between the water and working out on the beach itself number seven. We're speculating at sunset. An incredible weight experience. Costa rican beach is by horseback riding at sunset. I ended up experiencing this at blam at the palo about twenty to thirty minutes or so away from and while antonio and have a blog and a show and included some videos the scenes on this block as well number eight playa multiple whether it's black sand bluewater and privacy are with its black sand bluewater privacy. This is definitely a beach you want to visit. I went to play him. Not the below both for half a day and for the course back at out two different days number nine now. Yucca waterfalls within about thirty minutes from my stay or an hour. From the manuel antonio area are the nyaka waterfalls. If you love chasing waterfalls yucca to your list is a must. I ended up doing at the twelve or hike round trip when i visited the waterfalls and that was the same day you guys. I went to do horseback riding at sunset and also included photos images behind the scenes and have a blog and show dedicated to the waterfalls number ten foodi favorites in and near manuel antonio costa rica. I love costa rican food and trying new places. Some of my favorites include baldy -freshing s buddy. A beach emilio's cafe and young and i've included some images and things that i had there like the beach day smoothie at bobby us or the juice and could be in severe chair at emilio's or simply coffee and views and fresh juice at lvn. Top ten manuel antonio. Costa rica has limitless options for beach beaches. Nature adventure lovers and foodies. You'll love the beach in nature that surround what activity interest you to do the most top ten things to do and minimal antonio costa rica. You're traveling soon. You'll love my creating content when you travel it's linked in the blog and if you wanna learn more to create a life and business you love definitely check out my seventy five plus tools to create a life and business you love with resources tools and more and if you want to get involved in our travel project that at the bottom of the blog in the notes as well as at fit life krisha dot com backs Backslash retreats including how you can get involved in our upcoming retreats in costa rica. So if you leave a review on the show shot you out. If you screenshot tag on reshare indefinite share in highlights are send it to us via dems as well and as always guys remember create transform and inspire because you are born to all the tabs on stay money marketing business travelers to create a life and already head on over to the blog the podcast and the threes to jump. Start your transformation. You're ready to dive into the online courses. 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"manuel" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Baldi's fresh. After you spend a couple of hours at espa you may walk about five to ten minutes to the right Of the beach. Two bodies fresh breakfast after surfing. My herbalife cinnamon shake evaporated in my body as a result i stopped for a beach day smoothie before my next adventure in costa rica as you continue walking straight along the street. You'll see some souvenir options everywhere. Whether you're looking for coffee wooden underclothing souvenirs. You will find everything you want. Need for family. In france. Manuel antonio national park. You haven't listened to my ost episode. A before. This on manuel antonio you'll definitely want to tune in amd sharing highlights here after you keep walking about five to ten minutes. You'll see a path leading to the entrance of manuel antonio national park to the left. Wile manuel antonio. National park is the smallest of costa rica national parks. It is one of the most visited because of the size wild live in pristine beaches in the park. It is easy to spend a half or full day at the park may first time visiting. I went about five hours and saw ten monkeys. Ten plus guavas anna sloth. I spent about two to three hours at playa. Buddy a sore manuel antonio bijan playa. Hamas been more easily before leaving the park. I knew i would be back to visit for a full day before leaving. Manuel antonio and it's so easy to see. Why especially if you go to my blog the images. I am sure you would agree. And i did in fulfilling that and went yesterday and spent from seven. Thirty am to three pm almost near their closing time. It is incredible. You guys and i also have a video on. My youtube is linked on the blog. As well emilia's cafe. There are numerous options for incredible food in tokyo and breathtaking views. I chose emilia's cafe for the views reviews and caribbean savita on the menu. It did not disappoint. After leaving manuel antonio national part you may easily catch a collective taxi. It's the same price as bus in. Make sure that it is a collective. oh and especially. If you're traveling alone with sometimes i am. Then you may want to make sure there's other people in the car. It's legit elective. Oh and or take. The bus up the hill tumulus. This is a great place to enjoy the sunset to after my visit to meals. I headed into quepos to pick up my urban nutrition package. Which silent you guys. If you're having things mailed in costa rica the easiest thing by far is have the mail to the local post office. Would you can. Easily google by putting in cordilleras costa rica in the town that you're in search for example. I put corday costa rica tonio. And so that's how i found the little address of the post office and then i went to see polly for grocery shopping before heading back to my mountain paradise. Some reasons to stay in a near manuel antonio costa rica longer. Depending on what's important to you you may follow the or you may decide to add on adventures or other options in the area. There are countless ways to enjoy your time from being a beach bomb to adventure days. Adventures in manuel antonio may entice you to stay more than a day. Not to mention exploring the rest of costa rica beaumont apollo with in less than half an hour of minoan tokyo you may visit play him at the polo. The quiet black sand beach may end an offer. Another unique experience in costa rica. Whether you visit for half to a full day trip deployment on apollo enjoying the black sand beaches. And you're deciding to add experience of literally writing off into the sunset on horseback. Like i shared earlier this week on my instagram at katrina. Julia fit you will love it. And i have pictures on the blog in the link and my youtube video now jaka waterfalls for my fellow waterfall lovers. Why stop chasing waterfalls with rio. Celeste waterfall like i shared back in january of two thousand twenty. One continue chasing them with now jaka waterfalls in dominique cal as well. The waterfalls are within half an hour report. The lawn close to my mountain paradise in costa rica within less than an hour of Slash monreale in tokyo as well. You have yet. Another reason to stay in and near manuel antonio costa rica longer. I've also included some incredible shots and youtube video as you may clearly see manuela tonio. Costa rica's limitless options for one day and much more whether you want to be lost in wonder with wildlife bunged the day away at beaches or experience adventures in won't while antonio you will love the puerto. Have you visited minimal antonio before. Is it on your bucket list now. What are some of your favorite adventures in experiences if you have. You haven't what activity here interests you the most to do in one day in manuel antonio costa rica. So i shared i discovered. I didn't believe my video footage after all but either way i ended up going into the national park again as of this recording yesterday. So you'll see some new shots both on this post and on the meanwhile tonio host as well for the national park as always you guys if you leave a review. I'll shot you out if you screenshot and share share what you're learning how you choose to chat create it and if you want more definitely check out might one day guides offer to phnom one day and month of there. There may top ten in offer to now my top ten a month My top ten. Admiral antonio coming up not to mention are inspiring travel now in the future project and costa rica retreat. Coming up in august that you can learn more at chretien dot com retreats. 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"manuel" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Per costa rica adventure when you visit so i'm not. I'm not only visiting once during my visit. But twice so as you as a shared and i had already planned on it after i went for the half day ish and especially when i thought i deleted my videos but actually did it. I had them so. I just caught new memories in captured numerous this time the wildlife and wonder you'll experience limited at every turn will leave you in such awe and wonder report that so if you're curious about costa rica puerto viata definitely check out. Might one day in law for tuna. Costa rica one day in minimum tonio by one day month event. Then top ten things to do law for tuna topped in ten things to divert the ma top ten coming up with manuel antonio not to mention are inspiring travel now and in the future project and extensive series on the show and costa rica retreat. Coming up in. August two thousand twenty one and locker to now that you definitely want to check out so as always you guys if you share Your thoughts and leave a review. I will shot you out on the show. If you screenshot share what you apply what you learn what you're going to do. What inspired you. How you will create it. I will reshare an remember create transform and inspire because you are to off gone well minutes money. Marketing is listen. Travels to life and we've already head on over to the blog. The and the threes to jump. Start your transformation. You're ready to dive into online. Or since the live of that or the retreat. And if you wanted to create with our community on an even deeper level definitely check out. Our internships are influencer. Collaborations managed and ran. Let's create it..
"manuel" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Appropriate with katrina julia. This is all about helping you. Create a life and business. You hands on with tips tools and technology. It's about the freedom freedom of expression of time of location of an ultimate financial freedom. I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and continue to lock it. Walking from fear to fate devaluing to love. Calling and bondage. So it's been a journey as you can see walking dead right there with you on your own green a life and business learn all the themes about wellness about how about lifestyle and travel. You will learn how creating it and how you can create it too. So who am i. I'm katrina julia. Lifestyle entrepreneur a creator at a traveling. Welcome back to create with katrina julia show and in this episode. I am sharing all about costa rica adventure with men. Well the national park imagine visiting the most abundant park filled with wildlife at every turn on each path. Just when you think it cannot get even more incredible you discover limitless ocean views and experiences with three taking beaches established in nineteen. Seventy two and welland tonio. National park was established to protect the rainforest animals from commercial development. While manuel antonio national park may be one of the smallest national parks in costa rica with forty nine hundred acres. It's one of the best parks for animal. Wildlife observations enter costa rica. my visit our visits now definitely proved to be filled with wild life and wonder no matter how much time you are planning to spend. Inman will antonio itself if costa rica's on your list should definitely be on. Your top. Manuel antonio national park is a must see and experience for a half to a full day of your visit. This is one. Costa rica adventure. You definitely do not want to miss. And i stand so much behind this you guys. That not only. Did i visit once but twice during my time in and near the manuel antonio area in on the blog which i linked is in the show notes. Are you gonna find at fit life. Chretien dot com slash blog and then search for costa rica venture middle. Antonio national park are look under my travel teams. You'll also see numerous pictures and video on my youtube. That's linked in it's located. The park itself is located in manuel antonio and visiting the national park is absolutely a top. Ten experience in costa rica. Four shore. It's minimal antonio is located about three hours from san jose about three hours from month the along the west coast of costa rica the inner west coast. And so what do i mean by that. Because you have central costa rica. And then you have the eastern side or the caribbean side with puto von leeman. Then you have the portion or the west side of costa rica with hakko manuel antonio further down retha but then on the other side which is closer to liberia. Further west you have by hermosa play though coco which is also the area co streak. I visited back in two thousand sixteen when i hosted our first fit like chretien retreat. So if you didn't know if you haven't tuned into my series yet I spent about a month and right at a month in lawford tuna costa rica. Then right at about three weeks so almost a month in month the very there. I knew i absolutely wanted to spend a minimum of two weeks near the beach as a result of the pandemic and decrease tourism the shuttle. That did run. Daily from monteverdi to tonio did not reach the minimums for the morning. Within the week. I plan on leaving so explored the possibility of taking a bus but with cova de having a suitcase a backpack and a purse and needing to change buses way. I opted not to take the bus due to safety. And he's i reached out to carlos uber driver. I connected with in san. Jose ended up having him drive me at a reasonable rate lower than uber. We drove about three to four hours stopping along the way at last carcass river where we sit high to some bello crocodile friends and you can see the pictures of them on my blog as well. This stop in los last article is literally halfway between month of that will in tokyo as a great way. Stop coming from san jose. Costa rica the crocodile bridge gives you easy and safe use of the friends below. Quepos is the nearest town to mental and Antonio park the you reach. I coming from either san jose or month the very there once you reach does you. Drive through town ended up on a long winding road to reach tonio. Manuel antonio national park is located. Basically in the center of Tokyo one day. I went to explore the manager My airbnb dropped me off at the bus station for about six hundred colonists about a dollar. I took a bus for about twenty minutes to play at the beach for surfing lesson. If you haven't read about that are tuned in on the show. It's on an earlier episode before this this stop. It play is great for both access to the public beach as well as walking distance from the entrance of manuel antonio national park whether you decide to serve for not the walked minimal. Antonio national park is about ten minutes from that stop. Or if you're going straight to the park you can take the stop. It's literally about five minutes walking from the part when you arrive at the park entrance. You must put on your mask currently if you forget your mass..
"manuel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Well, I'm Maryland Brahmin, and we're at that part of the program or we get to talk to people who are going through. Journey. Life change, and they have a story to tell. And let me say it is not easy to tell a story especially on the radio and just start talking and and trying to tell, Um in a few minutes really, What's happened in a lifetime? So we have with us today. Manuel Manuel, Thank you for being here today. Thanks for having me in this promised Manuel. Can we go back in time? Maybe to your childhood tells a little bit of your upbringing. Yes. Um, When I was little, I got separated by my mom and my dad and I grew up with my onion, uncle and through my I'm 23 when I was 18 I all my life. I've been abused by my my aunt. So When I was 18 I e came by. I was living in North Carolina. I grew up in North Carolina came over here. And started using drugs We and it escalated starting Having friends, bad friendships, and my life wasn't going good for me. Mm mm. So s so when did you come to Florida? I came to Florida when I was 18 backwards. Yeah. Okay. So in that struggle between 18 and 23 is in the whole lot of years there. So what really has finally led you to come to the Miami rescue mission? I was going to a church with my grandma and this girl I met at church. I was talking to me about the mission and gave me information about the mission. And that's what led me up to come to the mission. Well, how did you make that decision that that's what you needed wanted? Because then that could be two different things to needed and wanted. So how did that really occur? Must started praying and And wanted a change in my life, and I felt like that was something that that I had to do. So you came to them Jaime Rescue mission. Now I don't know how big of a shock you had or not, but there's a lot of different types of you're at the center for men. A lot of different types of men here, All ages all cultures, all different walks of life. How did that how that set with you? Minnesota instead of pretty good, because I had it felt like I never had a father figure. So I felt like the men that that were in there that are older than me. They gave me advice. Like the The graduates. Staff get me gave me some advice, and I took that like something I never got from like a father figure. It felt good and even the other man, they're going through the program. Do you feel they kind of like maybe adopted you and say, Hey, maybe you're a little younger than most of the ones that are here, or did you feel out of place? No, I felt I felt adopted. I felt a lot of love that I've never had in my life since I was young. From basically nobody's so I felt that sappy love friendship. It felt comfortable being there. Wow. So that's pretty amazing. So not only the staff, but actually the men in the program, you know, because they're going through their own issues. And you have yours. And yet you felt like you were included them and not ostracized. Like Oh, you're too young years. You're not like us. It wasn't like that, right? It was awesome. It felt good. Wow, that is amazing. Well, there's more to the story because as you have progressed at the mission, in fact, you're going to be going to what we call upperclassmen. Ah, and you're going to go into the Alfa program, which is like Harvard. A senior at Harvard s. Oh, that's pretty amazing to be able to go into Alfa, but we want to come back after the break. And we want to find out how these last months have been. What kind of change do you feel in your own life that you see of yourself? And are you able to open up now? Because if you're all your life felt like abused, not loved Just not, you know, really not treated right? How do you now be able to help someone else to When you've gone through this old Please don't turn that dial. We want to hear more from men. Well, he's going to share so we'll be back in.
"manuel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Over 10 years. Has been a struggle to maintain sobriety and assist able living environment. Since coming to the Miami rescue mission. My life has taken a complete turnaround have been able to get my life on track and I am clean and sober. I have been able to get the courage to live life that I didn't have for so long. Please help someone like me up another Luciano that needs you Go to Karen. Place that or to support the programs that saved my life. Well, I'm Maryland Brahmin, and we're at that part of the program. Or we get to talk to people who are going through a journey. Um, life change, and they have a story to tell. And let me say it is not easy. To tell a story especially on the radio and just start talking and trying to tell you in a few minutes really what's happened in a lifetime? So we have with us today. Manuel Manuel. Thank you for being here today. Thanks for having me in this from it. Manuel, can we go back in time? Maybe to your childhood. Tell us a little bit of your upbringing. Yes. Um, When I was little, I got separated by my mom and my dad and I grew up with my gun and uncle. And through my 23 when I was 18 I all my life. I've been abused by my my aunt. So When I was 18 I e came by. I was living in North Carolina. I grew up in North Carolina came over here. And started using drugs. We and it escalated studying. Having friends, bad friendships, and my life wasn't going good for me. Mm mm. So it's so when did you come to Florida? I came to Florida when I was 18 by quarter. Yeah, okay. So in that struggle between 18 and 23 is in the whole lot of years there. So what really has finally led you to come to the Miami rescue mission? I was going to a church with my grandma and this girl I met at church. And I was talking to me about the mission and gave me information about the mission. And that's what led me up to come to the mission. Well, how did you make that decision that that's what you needed wanted? Because then then that could be two different things to needed and wanted. So how did that really occur? Must started praying and Wanted a change in my life, and I felt like that was something that that I had to do. So you came to them Jaime Rescue mission. Now I don't know how big of a shock you had or not, but there's a lot of different types of you're at the center for men. A lot of different types of men here. All ages all cultures, all different walks of life. How did that how that set with you minutes up instead of pretty good Because I had it felt like I've never had a father figure, So I felt like The men that were in there that are older than me. They gave me advice. Like the The graduates. Staff gave me gave me some advice, and I took that like something I never got from like a father figure. It felt good. And even the other man, they're going through the program. Do you feel they kind of like maybe adopted you and say, Hey, maybe you're a little younger than most of the ones that are here, or did you feel out of place? No. I thought I thought adopted. I felt a lot of love that I've never had in my life since I was young. From basically nobody's so I felt that tough love friendship. It felt comfortable being there. Wow. So that's pretty amazing. So not only the staff, but actually the men in the program, you know, because they're going through their own issues. And you have yours. And yet you felt like you were included them and not ostracized like all you're too young. You're you're not like us. It wasn't like that, right? It was awesome if it felt good. Wow, that is amazing. Well, there's more to the story because as you have progressed at the mission, in fact, you're going to be going to what we call upperclassmen. On. You're going to go into the Alfa program, which is like Harvard. A senior at Harvard s. Oh, that's pretty amazing to be able to go into Alfa, but we want to come back after the break. And we want to find out how these last months have been. What kind of change do you feel in your own life that you see of yourself? And are you able to open up now? Because if you're all your life felt like abused, not loved Just not, you know, really not treated right? How do you now be able to help someone else to when you've gone through this, So please don't turn that dial. We want to hear more from men. Well, he's going to share so we'll be back in just a moment. If you knew that for $2.10, you could help take someone off the streets. You can help him with warm meal, a shower some clothes. You could help them find God and education and obtain a career The biggest no brainer, Right? $2.10 century kidding me. What happens? It happens Day in and day out with the Miami rescue mission and the Broward outreach centers known as the carrying place. My wife. Actually, I have seen this firsthand thistles something where extraordinarily passionate about and I.
"manuel" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Doesn't matter what it is. Do you know if we want to do something? We just sort of like figure it out nowadays you have a lot of information you have like books online, you know videos so you can you can learn pretty much anything you want in particular. I've always been drawn to Fashion. So if if it's anything related to our like that would be my my world, you know, I I thought I followed fashion very closely. So that's kind of like the art that I like doing. For example, he's very crafty. So he said he basically shows at home. So we may he made all of our aprons he made you know, backpacks and things like that song. or the shop We there's a design on the wall on the retail wall that he also handmade. So basically we basically like to be very Hands-On with what we were doing. You know, there's never going to be in a time where I hire someone to do something for me and I'm like if I'm not there if I'm not like involved in what's going on, but I don't feel like I actually made it like it's not mine. You know what I mean? the other thing is just in general like so my brother is actually a photographer. Okay, and he's an artist and so we also get like feedback from him and we tried to you know, nowadays with taking pictures of the pastries. You have to take good pictures yesterday off. So and that takes a lot of time. So we you know, so I take pictures and then I attended to him and be like, you think about this. It's the lighting good it's it's not so I guess in general just having an artistic Eye Off. Yeah from the beginning not specifically like working as an artist full-time before this, but definitely like it was sort of like always there present. Yeah. Okay. That's that's good. I mean just being able to examine the feedback and just have that artistic inclination. Like you know, what you want and make that I know what looks good. Yeah, then the last question I had well not even a question. It's here's here's your here's the floor. What do you got going on? Where can you find your social media all of that stuff? And again, thank you for coming on so sure so we're on all social media platform wage Instagram. It says that great. That's a great Facebook. We just recently started doing online ordering which we didn't have so much. Go to shop. Grace of Grey. Com. You can submit your order and you can pick it up later that day. So it's very convenient because a lot of people are working during the day so they can't come most of the days. We do sell out pretty quick. So I would recommend if there's something that you really want just go in there and reserve it and then we also have outdoor setting now which we didn't have before. So if you're not sure or if you don't want to buy a pastry that you're that you think it might break on the way home, you know, you can walk you can still sit here and enjoy it. That's a that's a big win. I like I like the news because now I can have a reason to come back over there this week. I was going to wait until next week. Now. I'm going to come over there this week. See it was tricky. I was checking all your cars. So again, I want to thank you for coming on. This has been a sweet treat and this has been a lot of fun for me. So thank you. Yeah, thank you for having me off. So for Manuel Sanchez from soccer so great. I am probably I'm saying that there is are in and around Baltimore. All you have to do is look for it..
"manuel" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"So Manuel I know we're GONNA be talking about the value of data for expensive equipment were heavy industry defense, , etc. . I WANNA. . Start off by talking about just what the predictive value of data in that space is broadly this is really your area of expertise. . Maybe you could start us off by just talking about why it's valuable in the first place. . While I see the value of predictive touching every part of the enterprise and it doesn't really matter whether it's private sector or whether we're talking defense or other government functions I do see more senior folks in private sector enterprise really focused on the big things that matter <hes> big things that matter could be, , for example, , inventory management and inventory staging. . Big things that matter could include. . Let's say getting invoices out at the right time middle managers that we meet. . With a more focused on long term value that predictive can bring specifically predicting when equipment needs intervention or when equipment is about to fail, , and those are challenges at take a little bit more time they are generally what I would call a face or face three type of objective whereas these broader senior level manager issues such as inventory logistics, , billing revenue. . These are nearer phase one in phase two objectives that we like the fold into our statements of work. . Maybe, you , can talk about kind of the phases with which this rolls out obviously overhauling data getting particularly predictive value from data. . Is Not an overnight process obviously, , there's workflows to change in maybe the four mandate etc. . to to work with can you talk a little bit about what maturity looks like they're to work our way towards predictive value? ? Sure, , we're not shop. . So we believe in delivering value in one hundred and twenty day increments <hes>. . We run the entire company on single two week sprint that covers all our customers and. . Generally. . When I'm sitting at a customer location, , I've got three proponents and one skeptic at the table and the challenge with a convincing the skeptics and the naysayers to put value into the roadmap as soon as you can, , and generally we try to do that in one hundred twenty days if not less type of timeframe. . This is an incremental approach. . There is a lot of data hygiene that needs to be confronted in the first one, , hundred twenty days of any machine learning type engagement, , and I've stopped apologizing to investors about that. . By the way, , it is a high touch business, , the business that we're in. . These assets are large mission critical have multidex life. . It doesn't matter whether you're fortune one hundred or start up. . We see challenges around managing the data landscape especially when you think about managing the data landscape by a serialized thread and my big. . Lesson from my days in in large rotating equipment and batteries is there's no to assets that come off the production line that are equivalent. . This is true for steam turbines or gas turbines or gearboxes or wing sections of major aircraft. . They are so complex and so unique that if you don't understand your data by a serial number and you don't manage that data footprint by serial number over the life of the equipment, , you really have a lot of work to do on the hygiene front before you can get to advanced analytics like machine. . Learning. . So typically, , I try to set customer expectations early around understanding data landscape, , understanding the unjust points, , understanding how we're going to model the data and make it a <unk> -able or give it parameters that we can <hes> than work with down the line for machine learning, , and it takes a bit of time in those first one, , hundred and twenty days to get it all sorted and often customers are surprised at how much work actually has to be done with their data before we get into the condition where machine learning can
"manuel" Discussed on KTOK
"Incredible response this Manuel main life is gonna fill up it's already started to fill up ladies and gentlemen so June fourth eleventh your next opportunity but let's talk a little bit about how do you spot somebody with a broken broken mentality not broken but broke okay so don't take advice from broke people in what does that mean well the first thing it doesn't necessarily mean Victoria that someone who doesn't have money I mean that's one way to find it but you say physically financially spiritually all right what we're talking about Moore is a mindset it's a way of thinking okay ed because they know there are plenty of people out there who don't earn a lot of money they don't necessarily make a lot around a lot but they're still millionaires right okay so you don't have to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to end up a millionaire retirement we see those people every day every day we're talking about people who limits their thinking and they assume that scarcity is just a part of life is just something you're born there are the haves and the have nots we're always going to be the have nots because that's who we are that's our family that's right arm in a lace in law that's right that's right and so stay in your place never think you're going to be any better you know so you know these are people who say well you can't buy a car house without we know without taking alone out one just pays for with cash that's impossible everyone's got a mortgage for those who say it cannot be done should never interrupt those doing that's exactly right or maybe they say you can't start a business what do you know about running a bit right it's been said it's too hard who's going to give you money you don't have any good ideas and we're gonna fail anyway this is that's right most businesses fail so why even try just state art isn't this enough our if you're satisfied right isn't this enough the other one is a you work too hard come on man it's the weekend let's go hang out and have a few beers and everything will work for you you never are whole and hole you don't spend enough time with the children okay when you got to spend time with her family of course you want to spend time with your friends you want to take a load off every now and then nobody wants to work all the time the point that we're trying to make here is if you have people in your life you're constantly telling you that these things can't be done or no one does this store there's never enough money or that's too expensive that is a broke mentality that says scarcity is everywhere and there's only so much success to go around yeah it's like there is it the universe only gave us so much and you better grab us all are you older something that we're never gonna get more of and they always say land never going to create more land well I don't know about that's not true the earth creates new land pretty much every day that's what I think I.