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A highlight from 1379: Bitcoin Will Reach $400,000 Next Halving Epoch
"In today's show, we're going to be discussing Bitcoin analysts eyeing a V -shape Bitcoin price bounce as the RSI hits a five -year low. I'm also going to be sharing with you a new Bitcoin bull cycle metric, which bought them before 70 % gains. We'll also be discussing mysterious Bitcoin wallet becomes the third largest Bitcoin hodler in under three months, now at over $3 billion. We'll also be discussing the trader who nailed the 2018 Bitcoin price floor predicts the bear market bottom for crypto. I'll be breaking down his outlook. We'll also be discussing Guggenheim predicts a $400 ,000 Bitcoin price prediction, as well as Blockware. They share that the Bitcoin price can reach $400 ,000 during the next halving epoch. I'll be breaking this down for you. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo, what's good, crypto fam? This is first and foremost, a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at Cryptonewsalerts .net. Again, that's Cryptonewsalerts .net. Welcome, everyone. Just joining us. This is podcast episode number thirteen hundred and seventy nine. I'm your host, JV. And today is August twenty second, twenty twenty three. And naturally, we have lots to cover. Unfortunately, the market is continuing on its downward spiral. We just broke that twenty six K resistance, as you can see here. And our market watch, we've got Bitcoin currently hovering just above twenty five thousand eight hundred dollars. We have Ether barely holding on to sixteen hundred. So the million dollar question becomes, how low will she go? And checking out CoinMarketCap .com, the crypto market cap barely holding on to that trillion dollar milestone, with about twenty eight billion in volume. In the past twenty four hours, we have the Bitcoin dominance at forty eight point four percent and the Ether dominance at eighteen point nine percent. And checking out the top one hundred crypto gainers for the past week, virtually nothing, and maybe just a handful, just a sea of losses, very unfortunate for the entire crypto market and checking out the crypto greed and fear index. Of course, we're still in fear today, rated to seventy eight. Last week was a fifty three neutral and last month a fifty four neutral as well. So there you have it. I mean, I've been taking advantage of this recent dip. I mean, sub twenty six thousand dollar Bitcoin seems like a bargain. If you're to ask me, let me know in that live chat. And now let's break down today's Bitcoin technical analysis and check out the charts and what is happening right now in the markets. Bitcoin stayed stubbornly anti trend today, August twenty second, as twenty six thousand became a magnet for the intraday Bitcoin price action. And again, we're just currently dropping right below it. And regarding the RSI readings, here's what someone had to share. At this stage, it feels like a game of chicken to see who is going to make the move to break the chop, according to material indicators. Now analyzing liquidity on the Binance order book, he also notes that a broad lack of liquidity, increasing the potential for a sharp move in either direction. Quitting the analysts here, the market is waiting to see if more bid or more ask liquidity is going to be attracted to the range. So far, we're seeing small amounts of bid liquidity ladder up from twenty thousand closer to the active trading zone, but no liquidity of any size new or moved has been stacked into the range, defending the price from the lower low. The implications were nonetheless potentially very serious for the bulls with the lower low apt to risk even a twenty thousand support going forward. Quitting the analysts again, needless to say, printing a lower low on this time frame has macro implications. Printing two lower lows would push the Bitcoin price to sub twenty thousand dollar levels. So a great question. How many of you are anticipating the Bitcoin price action dropping below twenty thousand? Let me know. Now zooming out, hope remain that Bitcoin can rescue its overall uptrend. So it's not all doom and gloom. In a dedicated video, we had crypto analyst Mikal van de Poppe shared that on the twelve hour time frames, the RSI measured less than nineteen at the time of writing near its lowest level since the twenty eighteen bear market bottom. Daily levels were similar, reaching their lowest since the March twenty twenty no vid crossmarket crash, quitting him here. Every time we see such a move, you get a sort of V shape recovery back up and it finds equilibrium on the higher floor. And he also added it was very likely that Bitcoin can stage a comeback to focus on twenty six five or more next as the outlines here in this chart. He also shared that the current Bitcoin price action reminds me of September twenty twenty absorption and slowly grind higher here for a while. And I can see this play out similarly. So there you have it. What are your thoughts? Do you feel we're likely to continue downwards, potentially sub twenty thousand or even touch in as low as twenty thousand? Or do you feel we're likely to continue climbing back up as the analysts on the ladder shared? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments. Right down below. Now let's discuss a new bull cycle amongst us right now. Shall we check this out? The Bitcoin metric that nailed the pit of the twenty twenty two bear market says this uptrend is still intact. Let's go and a new post. The creator of on chain analytics platform looking to Bitcoin shared some good news in the form of Bitcoin's realized cap huddle waves metric. Let's go. While last week's 10 percent Bitcoin price dip has up ended some of the on chain landscape, the our huddle is one of the metrics taking the longer term view of what remains a timely bull market. This metric takes existing huddle waves data, which groups the Bitcoin supply when each coin or specifically the unspent transaction outputs last moved and waits it by the realized price. An example of the price at which it last move, quoting them here, peaks in younger age bands, highlights the periods where they have a proportionally higher realized value waiting relative to the older realized value age band, said Philip Swift. And he also shares this is important to note, as it indicates that the market is prepared to pay higher values for Bitcoin today and in recent times versus historical norms. This can be a good indicator that the market is becoming overheated. What are your thoughts now? Currently, the bands of coins that last moved three to six months ago are rising, a phenomenon coming to the start of the Bitcoin's previous bull markets. And on the topic of the August drawdown on Bitcoin Swift thus concluded that the recent price dip is the context of a much bigger bull trend, quoting him again here, three to six months band trending up as new money comes back into the market equals new bull cycle. Let's go. Now, our huddle has an impressive record when it comes to Bitcoin price phases. Back in December of last year, when Bitcoin was circling its two year lows of 15 six, which is the current market bottom, Swift used this metric to call the end of the euphoria among Bitcoin's speculative investor cohort, which he labels Taurus. He stated that that time that the market is likely now at these cycle lows, which means maximum risk reward opportunity, which I discussed in great detail yesterday. I said there's way more reward than risk currently in the market. And beginning in January of this year, Bitcoin began a new uptrend that delivered 70 percent gains just in quarter one. And since then, investor composition has changed with the short term huddler entities holding Bitcoin for one hundred and fifty five days or less, reducing their overall exposure to their lowest since November of twenty twenty one. And the latest dip nonetheless increased pressure on those remaining speculators, but almost 90 percent of the short term huddler coins now held at an unrealized loss. But I also like to point out that also the smart money, which are the whales, are continuing to accumulate. So even though the short term investors are the paper hands selling their Bitcoin potentially to BlackRock or MicroStrategy, whatever big corporate interests out there, the smart money is continuing to huddle. And as you know, we like to follow the smart money with that being shared, fam. Now let's discuss this new wallet, which came out of nowhere and has now accrued over three billion dollars worth of Bitcoin in less than three months. Who do you think owns this wallet? Well, let's look into it and discuss it, shall we? A mysterious Bitcoin wallet has surged up the ranks to become the third largest huddler of Bitcoin in the world in just over three months, with the timing sparking some wild theories about its owner. According to data from crypto statistics platform Bitinfo Charts, the wallet address first received Bitcoin on March 8th, and over the course of the next three months and two weeks, the wallet had accrued a staggering one hundred and eighteen thousand BTC worth over a billion dollars at today's current prices. Now, the rapid and significant accrual of Bitcoin within a single wallet addresses has attracted its fair share of conjecture naturally on X. Some users suggest it's most likely a crypto exchange moving their funds, while some more radical members have posted and more wild theories suggesting that Black Rock is the prime suspect. As shared here, this unknown address has accumulated over three billion dollars worth of Bitcoin in the last three months. The prime suspect, my first major transaction, which was thirty four hundred Bitcoin, occurred on May 16th, 2023, almost exactly one month later, on June 15th, when Black Rock filed for spot Bitcoin ETF. Now, very interesting, right? Now, the current largest Bitcoin wallets in the world, according to Bitinfo Charts, are reportedly owned by Binance and Bitfinex and are Bitcoin cold storage wallets. The unknown Bitcoin wallet comes in third place and is then followed by another Binance cold wallet in fourth place. Now, Black Rock made waves in the crypto market, as we know, June 15th, filing an application for the spot Bitcoin ETF product that, if accepted by the SEC, will be the first of its kind in the United States and completely change the game. Black Rock's applications sparked a wave of filings for similar spot products from a horde of other Wall Street heavyweights, including Fidelity, Invesco, Wisdom Tree and Valkyrie. The prospect of a spot Bitcoin ETF whipped crypto analysts into a frenzy, sharing their bullish predictions for the price of Bitcoin with Fundstrat's head of research, Tom Lee, suggesting that Bitcoin can reach a price of one hundred and fifty to one hundred and eighty thousand dollars per coin following the halving event scheduled to be in April 2024, which is now officially less than nine months out. What are your thoughts, though, fam? Let me know in the comments. And at the end of the show, I'll be reading everyone's comments out loud. Now let's discuss before we get into very bullish price targets, including this four hundred thousand dollar prediction, which is the main topic for the day. First, let's discuss where's the Bitcoin price likely to bottom out, according to this top analyst. Let's discuss it. The trader who accurately called Bitcoin's twenty eighteen bear market bottom is forecasting how the entire crypto market can carve a price floor for this cycle. Synonymous analyst Bluntz, what a username, love it, shared on social media X that he closely is looking at the total market cap of crypto, which is the total chart. Bluntz says he sees the total chart losing about 15 percent of its value before crypto assets can witness a significant bounce, quitting him here, looking at total paints, the clearest picture of them all and far more than looking at either ETH or BTC on their own based off the total chart. I do believe the June lows still need to be swept before calling bottoms, but it will probably be the last good buying opportunity of the next few years. So seize the moment, fam. And as you can see in this total crypto market chart, you can see we're currently sitting at just barely above one trillion. He sees us dropping before rising to one point four trillion dollars. So it appears that he expects the total market cap of all crypto to plummet to roughly eight hundred and eighty billion, wiping out one hundred and twenty billion off the current market. The analyst is a popular practitioner of the Elliott Wave theory, which we commonly cover here, an advanced technical analysis approach that attempts to predict the future price action by following crowd psychology that tends to manifest in waves. Bluntz says that his prediction is based on a model that outlines an asset's potential correction after a steep rally based, quoting him here, based off simple Elliott Wave model, viewing the rise from the lows as an impulsive move and our corrective wave from the highs being around 70 to 80 percent complete. Now, let me know if you agree or disagree with the crypto analyst. Do you think the crypto market cap needs to shed another one hundred and twenty billion before we rise back on up? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments right down below. Now let's discuss Guggenheim's seven I'm sorry, four hundred thousand dollar price prediction. Scott Minard, who is their CIO. He originally made this prediction, I believe towards the end of twenty twenty one. Now, unfortunately, he has had a heart attack and he passed, so he's no longer with us. He literally died in December of last year. But nonetheless, he still made this prediction. So we're going to cover it and then we're going to discover the outline metrics from Blockware and their four hundred thousand prediction for the height of this cycle for the next halving reaching the epoch, which is also interesting because they're also suggesting a four hundred thousand dollar price action per coin. Then we'll dive into our live Q &A. So here we go. This was again, this article was dated, as you can see here, January 18th, twenty twenty one. So this is roughly just over two years ago. And at that time, Bitcoin was trading just above forty one thousand dollars. So here's the prediction coming from Scott Minard, from Guggenheim, a large, large asset manager. I think one thing that we are seeing is the sudden interest in retail. We are moving into a speculative frenzy and perhaps it's time to take some money off the table. Now, the debate around Minard's two opposite comments for Bitcoin sparked curiosity amongst the crypto community when he said time to take money off the table. And he also added on this tweet, it was before it became X, it was right Twitter. So he shared Bitcoin's parabolic rise is unsustainable in the near term, vulnerable to a setback. The target technical upside of thirty five thousand has been exceeded time to take some money off the table. And just at that time when he made that tweet, Bitcoin entered a strong correction. And over that time, Bitcoin tested support at thirty thousand twice before resuming back northwards and also talking about the positive side, back to the four hundred thousand price prediction. The Guggenheim CIO said that Bitcoin is becoming a favorable asset class slowly. That's right. And still remains positive on the Bitcoin price action for the long term, quitting him here. The other side of that is demonstrating that crypto is becoming much more mainstream. The four hundred thousand dollar price I talked about was based off the supply of gold in the world and crypto in a lot of ways is more attractive than gold. Let me know if you agree or disagree. I absolutely agree that Bitcoin is way more attractive than gold and comparing it to the yellow metal market. Minard said that Bitcoin comes with additional benefits like portability and ease of transactions. And note that Guggenheim Partners is already seeking five hundred million dollars worth of exposure to Bitcoin via the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, which is the GBTC product, the largest HODLer Bitcoin in the world. They currently control over four hundred thousand BTC. So this will be a 10 percent exposure to Bitcoin from five billion Guggenheim's macro opportunities fund. The investment giant's proposed SEC filing shall become effective January 31st. And when asked Minard of if any of their funds have been allocated into Bitcoin, Minard hinted that they are still waiting for the SEC to approve their proposal. He added that if client demand picks up, they would possibly consider some allocations. And he also revealed that some small private Guggenheim funds have done some allocations, quoting him again, and some of our private funds, we have already purchased it. I recommended it to somebody. So if you believe what I said, that it'll go to four hundred thousand dollars per coin eventually, then two percent of your portfolio will be 20 percent before this is all over. So there you have it. Let me know if you agree or disagree with Scott Minard. And again, rest in peace. The dude had a heart attack at the end of last year and is no longer with us. And with that being shared now for our main story of the day, and that's the block where outline prediction of a four hundred thousand dollar Bitcoin price, along with the math to back it up. Now, this is pretty awesome. And again, shout out to everyone today in our live chat. I appreciate everyone's support. Shout out to Blockware Solutions as they shared on X how Bitcoin can reach four hundred thousand dollars per coin during the next halving epoch brought to you by Blockware Intelligence. Here we go. Twenty twenty four halving analysis, understanding the market cycles and opportunities created by the halving. Unlike other commodities, Bitcoin has a predetermined algorithmic supply schedule, which cannot be changed. There are multiple factors contributing to the cyclical nature of Bitcoin's price, including network adoption and the macroeconomic environment. But the most impactful is the mining subsidy halving. Yeah, that's right. Bitcoin's market cycles are unique due to its fully transparent block chain, providing market participants with more granular information than any other asset class. And moreover, the predictable supply schedule further impacts the psychology of market participants and example demand. So number one, halving's reduce the sell pressure. Miners are the primary force of sell pressure on the price of Bitcoin they receive, although the newly issued Bitcoin and the majority of which they must sell in order to fund operating expenses for their mining operations, the weakest miners on the network are eliminated and sell pressure is significantly reduced. The price of Bitcoin begins drifting up and a new wave of adoption then begins and assuming a thirty five thousand price action after the halving, the U .S. dollar value of Bitcoin mined per year can drop from eleven and a half billion to five point seven billion dollars. That is one hundred and sixty four thousand two hundred and fifty Bitcoin less mined every year, more than MicroStrategy's entire Bitcoin treasury. Now, after the inefficient miners capitulate, the profit margin increases for surviving miners, which further reduces the sell pressure. So based on the post capitulation hashrate estimate, this would result in a two point three billion dollar reduction in annual sell pressure from the miners. Now, number two, halving brings new demand with supply being diminished. Demand is the only remaining variable determining the market price of BTC. Many market participants understand the supply side dynamics at play due to the halvings. Historically, this has led to a surge in demand in the months following each halving, as evidenced by on chain data. We'll be checking out these charts in a little bit and do the positive sentiment market participants prepare to deploy capital at the first sign of upward momentum. Now decreased supply plus increased demand equals strong positive signal for the price appreciation. Number three, the halvings cannot be priced in. Despite their predictable nature, halvings cannot be fully priced in before they occur. A higher price today would result in more miners coming online, introducing additional sell pressure and limiting the price appreciation. And moreover, the weakest miners, those with old generation machines and or high operating costs, are the first to unplug post halving. The elimination of these miners significantly reduces the sell pressure as they were selling most of their Bitcoin to fund their operations. Lastly, there are some market participants that believe halvings are bad for the security of the Bitcoin network as the diminishing block subsidy reduces the amount of miners making Bitcoin more vulnerable to an attack. And when halving successfully occur, these doubters are proved wrong and positive sentiment increases. Now, number four, Bitcoin cycle volatility and historical performance. Bitcoin's extreme volatility is a side effect of its halving shocks and rapid global adoption, resulting in four distinct stages within each halving cycle. Stage one, the halving, stage two, the bull market, stage three, the bear market and then stage four, recovery. And while Bitcoin is often criticized for its extreme volatility on a long enough time horizon, its volatility is solely to the upside. Keep that in mind. Now, nobody who has ever bought Bitcoin and held it for more than five years is down on their purchase. That's worth repeating. Nobody who has ever bought Bitcoin and held it for more than five years is down on their purchase. So in a long term, how long is that? Holla in the live chat. And for each epoch, the price of Bitcoin has increased by the following amounts from the halving to the next bull market top from 2009 to 2011. We had a 584 X increase in price action from 2012 to 2015, 92 X from 2016 to 2019, 30 X and from 2020 to 2024, 7 .7 X. And now number five, diminishing returns may not be the case going forward. Some question the bullishness of these halvings as the stock of existing Bitcoin grows relative to the amount of new bitcoins being mine. This is a common perspective, but it may be incorrect. Less than 10 percent of the existing Bitcoin have moved in the last month. A large majority of Bitcoin is held by users unwilling to sell at today's price. Now, the small amount of bitcoins that is moving and being traded is what determines today's price. There is a baseline of demand and from Bitcoin are saving for the future. The reduction in sell pressure becomes more pronounced, each halving after Bitcoin more than doubles in price. This indicates that halving induced reductions in sell pressure could become more extreme and potentially lead to larger bull runs in the future. Now, 2024 will be the first halving where the supply of Bitcoin available for trade decreased since the previous halving. And during spring of 2020, the percentage of the outstanding Bitcoin available for trade was at an all time high, indicating the Bitcoin was over becoming more abundant. However, this trend had reversed over the last three and a half years. And as the new bull market begins, there will be less Bitcoin available than the previous cycles. The first halving this has ever occurred. And assuming the price of thirty five thousand at the date of the halving, a four hundred thousand dollar cycle top would break the trend of diminishing returns, which is a reasonable expectation due to the two billion having supply shock and increasing scarcity, a liquid BTC supply on the exchanges. Now, number six, juxtaposition with gold. Gold is an asset similar to Bitcoin and that they are both non -sovereign stores of value. However, when juxtaposed, Bitcoin poses far more desirable attributes. Facts. Number one, Bitcoin is absolutely scarce, while gold is only relatively scarce. That's true because with gold, you can continue mining a new supply, adding to the overall supply each and every year with Bitcoin. There could never be more than twenty one million Bitcoin. And number two, Bitcoin is more portable, divisible, fungible and is less vulnerable to rehypothecation by centralized custodians. Facts. So after the 2024 halving, the inflation rate of Bitcoin will fall under one percent, which is less than half that of gold. Now, four hundred thousand dollars per Bitcoin would put the market cap of Bitcoin just beneath the parity with gold. Let's go. Can't wait for a twelve trillion market cap for the king crypto personally. Now, given the bullish catalysts induced by the halving, we believe this is a fair estimate for the top of the coming Bitcoin cycle. Now let's take a look at some of these charts, which they shared. This first one shows you the Bitcoin price issuance with the 90 day moving 90 day change issuance. And you can see, you know, the different metrics here in the different colors. And then let's go to their next chart here. It shows you entities net growth with a 30 day moving average. You can see the surge in demand and just continuing to move on up like clockwork. And then in this final chart here, we can see the Bitcoin price all time highs for each cycle, which is separated, which you can see here. Yes. So, I mean, if history doesn't repeat, oftentimes it shall rhyme. So I cannot wait. And I'd personally love to see a four hundred thousand dollar price action. And this shows you the hash rate, which just continues to climb, reaching all time highs, making the Bitcoin network more secure than it's ever been before. And they also shared an interesting update, which I might as well read that as well right here. Part two. Let's read a touch of this and then we'll dive into our live Q &A. What machine and electricity rate will Bitcoin miners need to survive this twenty twenty four halving? Check it out. There are three distinct phases in the time before, during and after the twenty twenty four Bitcoin halving. We've got number one, the pre halving, number two, the post halving and number three, post capitulation. Number one, the pre halving before the twenty twenty four halving, all miners will be operating at a profit but are likely selling at least enough Bitcoin to cover their operation expenses. Miners with the most efficient machines and the lowest energy rates have the lowest Bitcoin breakeven prices. And the miners with higher breakeven prices are either unprofitable or forced to sell at a higher percentage of the Bitcoin that they mine in order to cover their operating expenses. And also it includes what's minor and Avalon equivalents, which are size adjusted for the percentage of the total network hash rate. Now let's discuss the post halving after the twenty twenty four halving. Many miners will become unprofitable since miners have already made significant capital expenditures for mining Bitcoin infrastructure and are locked into energy contracts. They are unlikely to turn off immediately. So instead, they will try to continue operating for as long as possible, hoping the Bitcoin increases enough to make them profitable again. Now, unless Bitcoin price appreciates quickly, the extreme margin compression will begin to force inefficient miners offline. And number three, the post capitulation following the capitulation of inefficient miners difficulty will adjust down, lowering the breakeven prices for surviving miners who will become even more profitable. So there you have it. I mean, shout out again to Blockware. Awesome analysis on their outline of the Bitcoin price going to four hundred thousand dollars per coin at the epoch of the next halving, which again is right around the corner next year. Let me know if you agree or disagree in the comments right down below. And don't forget to check out CryptoNewsAlerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in the live Q &A. And I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode. HODL.
US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas
"The. Us flu haitians cramped in texas border town back to their homeland on sunday and try blocking others from crossing the border from mexico in a massive show of force that signaled the beginning of what could be one of america's swiftest large-scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades more than three hundred twenty migrants arrived in port-au-prince on three flights and haiti said six flights were expected on tuesday in all. Us authorities move to expel many of the more than twelve. Thousand migrants camped around bridge in del. Rio texas off to crossing from mexico. The only obvious parallel for such an expulsion without an opportunity to seek asylum was in nineteen ninety-two when the coast guard intercepted haitian refugees at sea. Similarly large numbers of mexicans have been sent home during peak years of immigration but over land a not so suddenly central americans have also crossed the border in comparible numbers without being subject to mass expulsion although mexico has agreed to accept them from the us the pandemic related authority in effect since march. Twenty twenty when the border was closed on sunday. The migrants initially found other ways to cross nearby until they were confronted by federal and state law enforcement. Mexico said on sunday would also begin deporting haitians to their homeland. A government officials said the flights would be from towns near the us border and the border with guatemala where the largest group remains haitians have migrating to the us in large numbers from south america for several years. Many having left the caribbean nation after a devastating twenty ten earthquake. Some of the migrants at the del. Rio cam said the recent devastating earthquake in haiti and the assassination of president. Moe's made them afraid to return to a country that seems more unstable than when they left.
The Return of Evictions in the U.S.
"The first time since march twenty twenty most american renters can be evicted with the federal eviction ban. now over in the last few state protections set to end this month. It's really hard to know how many people this could affect. But the census bureau estimates four point seven million adults live in households where eviction is at least somewhat likely in the next two months meanwhile goldman sachs estimates seven hundred and fifty thousand households could face eviction by the end of the year actresses chief financial correspondent felix. Salmon is with me for more hi felix. i hope so. We talked on the show a few months ago about how maybe fewer americans than many had thought would actually lose their this year. Has that assessment changed. Yes the supreme court case. I think came as a bit of a surprise. They basically said the. Cdc is not allowed to continue this eviction moratorium that they had and so now. That is no eviction. Mars horror this still illegal process. Any landlord has to go through in order to evict you and states have slow processes. The courts overwhelmed. It'll still take a while before people start getting evicted but it is now legally possible in the way that it wasn't just a week ago what government protections do still exist for people in more precarious housing situations right now. So it's changing rapidly. You know the new york state legislature is coming back to try and pas new rules extending protections now the federal protections on there anymore. I think other states are going to do similar things. I think it is just going to be much more case by case than it used to be. It used to be like this big federal blanket ban. And now it's just gonna be. You're going to have to talk to your lawyers. Who can have to also really work hard to try and work out whether you can access some of the federal funds which have been impact for helping out rentis declare. Easy thing is. That's probably more money earmarked for helping out renters than they is rent areas. But it's just very difficult to match. Those
The Ultimate Marketing Engine with Marketing Consultant John Jantsch
"We're talking today about the ultimate marketing engine and john is going to ask you right off the top. Why this book. Why now 'cause. I had a contract publisher. Want me to write. A book. had to write a book now. Actually that did happen. March twenty twenty signed the contract and then like two weeks later the world shutdown. And so i was like whoa at now i. I'm going write a marketing book. I don't want to write how to market in a pandemic. nobody wants that book especially now But i will say that the pandemic and what i saw happening to my customers really informed this book one of the things. That's always been true but it it was such a bright light shone on this idea. Is that the companies that that actually thrived. I mean. I know it's kind of scary to say that but not just survived but thrived during this last kind of crazy year were the companies that meant something to their customers and clients those customers and clients wanted them to be around. You know wanted them to get closer and and gonna offer support an offer. Like what else can i do for you. What else can i do with you. And that is really what this book is about is getting so close to your customers that you actually start treating them as members and i don't mean like a membership program. I mean literally like like somebody who wants not just a transaction with you but a transformation with you transformation fire nation. That's the name of the game and you have something called the customer success track model. What the heck is that. Well i'm going to say it's like a really big innovation to the concept of the customer journey is is basically what i'm going to say you be the judge after you read the book but the thing that i've done over the years i've had my own business for thirty years and i've actually got a client that i got in two thousand and four the still with me and one of the things that that is really came shown a light and being on those Doing this many years is that you know. I went to them and sold them like a solution to a problem. They were having. And then i paid attention and thought. Well what's the next stage for them and the next stage not just more of the same but like how do i actually take them to where they want to be as opposed to just provide a service and so over the years. That's really been my model. We bring clients and we do strategy. I than we do foundation than we do lead generation and then we get to scale and so there actually is a track marketing maturity
The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin
"Aretha franklin was born in memphis tennessee on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two barbara seekers franklin and reverend clarence levin franklin by the time she was four a wreath as family had moved from memphis to buffalo new york before. Finally settling in detroit michigan growing up. Aretha was surrounded by music. Her mother was a gospel singer and played the piano and her father. A minister saying to at the age of six a wreath as parents separated and read the state with her father. Her mother passed away a few years. Later are rita's father's house was often home to visiting musicians. From dino washington to sam cooke to mahalia jackson aretha sisters erma and carolyn were also musically inclined and saying and wrote songs throughout their lives. Aretha had an amazing ear for music. Despite the fact that she never learned to read music her brother later said that by the time aretha was ten years old she could hear a song once and immediately be able to sing it and play it on the piano. Aretha made her performing debut as a member of the choir at new bethel. Church or her father preached. It didn't take long for her incredible talent to be recognized when she was twelve years old. She went on tour performing with other popular gospel artists. That same year aretha got pregnant and hundred first child at the age of twelve. A son named clarence two years later she had a second son. Edward throughout her life aretha would return to her roots singing gospel nusa when she was eighteen years old. She switched her primary focus to secular music. She moved to new york city parting from her son to state with her family in detroit that year in nineteen sixty aretha signed a contract with columbia records. Her early albums touched on all sorts of genres from jazz to blues. To broadway to aren
Experts Contradict Themselves on Their Own Mask Advice
"Go ahead and play. Cut one twenty two. This is dr michael oester home. Saying the quiet part out loud on cnn cut one twenty two quiet part out loud go ahead and play no today that many of the face cloth coverings people wear are not very effective in reducing any of the virus movement. Inner out. we need to talk about better masking. we need to talk about in nine to five respirators. Okay so this is a former cove advisor on cnn saying that we need to talk about better masking. Okay we this and listen. I'm just going to start going through some some some clips there. Let's go to one zero five. This is again in march. Twenty twenty talking about. Hey you don't need a mask on one of five right now. People should not be what. There's no reason to be walking around with a mask when you're in the middle of an outbreak wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block a droplet. But it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is an often. They're unintended consequences. People keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face cut. So how does that square with what. He's what he said the slot over the weekend. Saying that listen you know. I don't really. I think that you're wrong for wanting your your freedom for mass. let's play. what real peach governor asia as a hutchinson from arkansas. Saying you know what he regrets signing a bill banning mass mandates. This is cut sixty one. Now remember asia. Hutchinson was the same governor who got excoriated on tucker carlson show over the trans issue. So let's go ahead and play cut sixty one. I signed it for those reasons that are cases read low point everything has changed now and yes. In hindsight i wish that had not become law But it is the law. And the only chance we have is either to amend it or For the courts to say that it has an unconstitutional foundation.
US Hiring Surges In July, But The Variant Is The Wild Card
"Even as the economy shows signs of a surprisingly strong pandemic recovery there are fears of resurgent virus could send it back the delta variant is the wild card but the White House says the nation shouldn't worry much about its effects on the economy this is not March twenty twenty or even January twenty twenty one spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the country is in a much better place with vaccines there will not be lockdowns we are not turning back the clock Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah house says she doesn't expect any widespread restrictions that would badly hurt the economy but the delta spread may have some impact that might lead some people to to curbs on their outings and and spending and therefore potentially some from hiring Sager mag ani Washington
Can a New Wave of Crypto IPOs Rekindle Wall Street Excitement?
"Anyways today. We're discussing the robin hood. Ipo and the circle ipo and whether they can get wall street. Stoked on crypto again. So first let's talk some background. In retrospect the coin base ipo as the top sort of looks super obvious right base ipo on april fourteenth and the bitcoin all time high depending on your exact source came within around twenty four hours of that event there was an extraordinary amount of hype around this which by the way is technically direct listing. Not an ipo. But either way there was a ton of hype and it's because in many ways it wasn't just a single event. He was the culmination of an entire narrative which had been driving the industry for upwards of a year that point. Bitcoin had surprising resilience post black thursday crash in march twenty twenty hedge funds. Particularly paul tudor jones start to notice and explicitly identify it as a good trade in the context of massive global money printing. And this wasn't hard to understand right. It was an incredible moment to c- bitcoin supply issuance pro grammatically have had the exact same moment as central banks were getting comfortable with bigger balance-sheets than ever and by the way paul tudor. Jones wasn't even close to the only hedge fund who bought into this narrative by late summer. Early fall some others like stand druckenmiller. We're going on cnbc to say so as well and turn michael sailor and the bitcoin treasury bat and all of a sudden there's an additional dimension to this institutional by narrative other companies like square follow. Suit some really unexpected players. Come in as well like mass mutual's one hundred million dollar bitcoin. By which is where many of you probably. I heard of a breakdown sponsor night dig all of this creates an incredibly strong clear narrative picture going into the holiday in the new year. And then we get alon tesla's one point five billion dollar. Bitcoin treasury by dwarfs at least the initial by of micro strategy and we really off to the races and then coin bases listing is announced and it seems like the combination of things a major truly legitimising company from the crypto space moving into public markets
So, What Happens to WFH Now?
"Hey i'm henry gra bar in for lizzie. O'leary come to you with a recording from a place that has been virtually off limits for nearly eighteen months. Un-american corporate office building specifically slights office in downtown brooklyn which has been closed to us since march twenty twenty. Lots of people have joined the company since. And they don't know the first thing about this place your. Id should work three doors. So it'd be this store that's amanda. She's giving a tour then. I dropped in on there. Were a few hiccups. The scanner doesn't work. The dishwasher doesn't work neither does the coffee maker and metaphor alert. The literal water cooler is broke. I had a guy come in and look at the filter and he was just like no. It should be drinking this like no. It's not it's not safe so we recommend drinking that. I don't get sick but everyone got to see their old colleagues. Some of whom. I hadn't seen in more than a year katie. How's it going today. Visit really you have to call him a call henry. Hi sorry about that so this is interesting. Susan has an susan moved to charlottesville a little before the pandemic so she hasn't been in this office with a desk of her own. And how long years. So i've found a container of plastic straws that also include to metal stras. I really liked those metal stress. You did because. I like it too strong. But i'm concentrating but now in the years since we lost to the office plastic straws become literal gold. So i'm really excited to get back to them. You've got the last collection of boston. None of this mission is this conversation. We'd be having on zoom. I don't think so as banal is this chitchat is. It's the sound of a major pivot point in american life. Pandemic eric questions about the relevance of the office are inching towards a resolution. Some bosses are calling employees back others telling them they don't have to come back at all. Months of speculation about the future of remote work are ending in corporate dicta that restore the old status quo or reverse it
Creating A Safe Digital Community for Women of Color
"We have wilma may pasta in the early nineties. Ms boss to build a career in film tv consumer and consumer tech public relations in the uk where she resided for almost thirty years more recently she launched and built the successful luxury vintage fashion brand the gathering goddess whose garments could often be seen on the red carpet in two thousand seventeen. She relocated back to brooklyn where she began. Building and launching. Dirk beauty wilma. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here on your website. Dirk beauty is described as a digital community that supports it empowers women of color in all their diversity. Can you tell our listeners. What led to you creating this community. Yes well originally the concept so diarkes beauty was that oftentimes consumer brands see black. Women women of color as a monolith because they don't necessarily understand the myriad of cultures and experiences of who. We are what i wanted to do. Is to create this platform. Where you as a woman of color could find your group. Your niche but also brands could work with those particular groups to support them and empower them rather than just markets. The i really wanted to work with women of color. Because i feel that so. Many women of color are marginalized and don't get to have the same experiences. That brands spouse out into the world because brands don't really understand and in november twenty nineteen. We were doing a soft launch a dark beauty online with a blog and a instagram site. When a couple of months later covert happens and we as a small team were figuring out. How do we show up for community right now. Because at the end of march twenty twenty no one was talking about the impact of cogut armed black and brown community in the media yet. So i decided that we needed to do something. Tangible was that the mental health issues. We're going to be huge in our community during covert because of all of the impact that this was having.
Social Studies Teacher Gains 1.5 Million TikTok Followers
"Rebecca rogers is a social studies teacher who witnessed firsthand the mental health impacts the copay lockdown had on students when schools closed in march twenty twenty. She saw a slow deterioration of their wellbeing as the months went by she became desperate to find ways to better connect with them but it wasn't until late october that she decide to do something about it. What was that. It was to meet them where they were already hanging out. That's right it was time to sign up for tiktok. Rebecca made an account on the wildly popular social platform with a plan to make a fool of herself for her students enjoyment. Those are her words. Her logic with simple. If they could see her acting ridiculously they might get a little extra cheer for a day. What was becoming an increasingly tough year. She felt she could do that with a few silly videos. The idea came from a colleague who had already chalked up four hundred thousand followers together. They made rebecca's first video and since tiktok was famous for dances. That's where they started to find a popular song. Rebecca spent time studying up on tiktok for you page. This is a little bit like a dashboard for users. At the app there you're inundated with recommended videos and crucially for rebecca. You can see what's most popular. She washed to get an idea of what was trending with the assumption that she could piggyback off those themes to create her first dance video within days of posting it. Rebecca had passed the test. She earned one thousand followers. She knew a lot of that was driven by her own students as well as family and friends. The kids at our school thought she was famous but neither they nor rebecca had any idea what to come for the first few weeks. Rebecca committed to posting three fun dancing videos per week. Her account quickly grew to over ten thousand followers and she started to feel like she might be onto something could her tiktok efforts turned into something more than fun distraction for her students. As an added benefit that ten thousand followers mark also lets users sign up to the creator fund. this is tech talks way of sharing revenue with successful users.
What Is Skin Needling and Does My Face Need It?
"But what is needling will. I decided to ask marie coach. Alani australian importer for the leading skin needling tool dermot pen. And i got her to explain rather than my explanation which is a bunch of tiny tiny needles in union which encourages your natural healing responses by producing more collagen which basically just gives you a freshest and glossiest baby skin but let's let her explain because she is far more eloquent. Hello my name. Is marie in a culture laney. I am the founder and creator of to sell on professional skincare brand of cosmetics and ginger me since march twenty sixteen i've been the distributor for opin world more specifically the pin which is the world's number one and most recognized skin neethling devices. I am a beauty therapist with over thirty five years experience and it is without a doubt that skin needling otherwise known as micro needling and just more commonly referred to as the pin is one of my favorites in anti-ageing treatments. Why you ask well. Skin needling is a procedure that involves very fine needles that puncture the skin to cause a perceived trauma because the natal's moving out of the skin so fast and the just the right with and they enter at the right dibs. They penetration is enough to trigger. What we call an inflammatory response so in very simple terms. The skin thinks it's been hurt and it sits off cascade of responses that ultimately triggered various sell simulations things like collagen synthesis. So if you're looking to build out lines ring wrinkles falls to volume is the skin then the needles trigger the fiberglass to go back to work reduction of skin redness pigmentation not just short term but long term were sawn minimization of pours. I love this one here because when the skin pores are refined. The canvas looked so much more. Flawless is and so much more smooth works on tightening and filming of the skin. Eight is fabulous on scars. Stretch marks and even used to stimulate haygarth but one of the more innovative ways that we've been using the dome opinion is treating acne and so fabulous on taint acne menopausal acne congested skins those skins looking for decongesting and clarity and detoxifying
US Hitting Encouraging Milestones on Virus Deaths and Shots
"Coated nineteen deaths have hit a level not seen since the pandemic's early days after topping out at more than thirty four hundred daily deaths in January Johns Hopkins University says the average is now about two hundred ninety three the first time it's been below three hundred since March twenty twenty last year the CDC says only heart disease and cancer killed more Americans now data suggests more are dying each day from accidents chronic lower respiratory disease strokes or Alzheimer's there are about eleven thousand four hundred new cases daily down from more than a quarter million in January the nation's approaching another vaccination miles still one hundred fifty million Americans fully vaccinated that's about forty five percent of the population Sager mag ani Washington
Scotch Whisky Makers Welcome Suspension of Costly US Tariffs
"Scott single malt whisky makers and drinkers can breathe a sigh of relief because the US has agreed to suspend tariffs on the Scottish exports the move comes after a long standing trade route between the US and the E. U. has been resolved president Donald Trump and pays the twenty five percent tariffs in October twenty nineteen that's part of the trade dispute to the aerospace subsidies well the U. K. no longer is any member it belongs to the block when the tires were introduced the Scotch whisky association estimates that the tariffs led to a thirty percent full in total exports to the U. S. that's about the same as eight hundred and fifty million dollars since March twenty twenty one Karen Thomas landed
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I'll be pissed. I've gotten over it with like i don't need winds of winter. That's fine whatever happens happens if you guys don't finish f. Seven remake. I'll kill you. I'll find you. And i will fight you to the death we will go to the gold saucer and we will go to battle arena. I'll turn you into him. So i'll turn into goblins. My god finished the game so the idea that it going to be mid gar was like a right that it was announced like years before it came out. Is that sort of like daily yeah. They've really teased this whole thing. One thing that they did was like when they think it was playstation. Three back in playstation. Three i'm pretty sure there was like a tech demo to like show off like the visual engine of the playstation. Three like the graphic engine and so they remade the opening of final fantasy seven up to cloud hopping off the train. And it's fairly similar like that. That like image of him like jumping off the train like holding out. The sword is fairly similar in what ended up being seven remake but they like showed that tech demo and everyone was like. Oh shit f. Seven remake and then they're like oh no no. That's not what we mean. We just wanted to tell you something. Called people were furious. People were very upset and then yeah. When when did they win. Did they announce. I twenty fifteen enhanced remake. Yeah five years in advance. Yes that's a long time to have to wait or something. yes so. They announced remake five years in advance and did start to become this thing. Where you're like is it ever going to happen. And so like you kind of just like move on with your life. And then they started like really revving. Roy it's a year out where a year out and then like it got like a release date of like march twenty twenty and then as things got closer. It went from march twenty. Twenty two april twenty twenty. And then there's like. Oh oh what are you doing. Squaring knicks did come out guide but like it was it was really really really scary and i think like a sign of of good things is that integrated has come out. It's got this entirely new chapter that. I'm so excited to play the the chapter which i know nothing about except that jeffy is in there and it seems like it's got some tie ins to fricken dirge of cerberus vincent valentine game of all things because they love their expanded final fantasy universe for some reason so so yeah it was. It was a real long time coming said it was it was. It was such a valve release when the game finally arrived. I can only imagine. I will say the aesthetics do feel very similar to add children in a way which is beautiful film and it's a beautiful game but like if you wanna talk about expanded universe connections. Yeah for sure. I think that's totally totally fair. Like game is obviously really different It's you know making making a mountain out of a mid gar hill..
US Increasingly Unlikely to Meet Biden's July 4 Vaccine Goal
"President Biden's been setting and exceeding goals in the pandemic fight but the U. S. is increasingly unlikely to meet his benchmark of having seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by July fourth at the current rate it won't happen about sixteen million people would need to get a shot in the next four weeks the daily vaccination averages down to about four hundred thousand a day still Dr Anthony Fauci things the U. S. we'll get there and if we don't we're going to continue to keep pushing saying the administration's pleading with speeds to boost their vaccine outreach efforts even as a new virus cases plummet CDC cheaper shell Wolinsky says the seven day averages now about thirteen thousand three hundred the first time that the seven day average of cases has been less than fifteen thousand since March twenty seventh twenty twenty Sager mag ani Washington
MH17 Trial Moves to Crucial Merits Phase, Examining Evidence
"Nearly seven years off to Malaysia airlines flight seventeen was shot down over eastern Ukraine the trial in a Dutch court of three Russians and a Ukrainian accused of involvement in the downing has moved to the crucial merits face when evidence will be discussed by lawyers and judges families of some of the victims were present in court to watch the latest hearing in the long running case the trial has progressed through a series of preliminary hearings since opening in March twenty twenty will in the coming days begin examining the huge case five piece together after a years long international investigation the four suspects were not in the courtroom they are being tried in their absence they face life sentences if convicted of murdering the two hundred ninety eight people who died when the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was blown out of the sky above conflict torn eastern Ukraine I'm sorry I shockingly
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Mind Pump
"A bicycle like yeah. Yeah when they're trying to see if you're lying or not right so like that. People have cheated that machine and be able to hack their heart rate and everything else to make sure that like. It didn't look like there was any big blips. imagine a commercial version. Lying your argument with your wife. You know what i mean just like were you re looking at that girl at the know so drawn to hold on. Let me pull up the let me pull up the app that i just got. Let's see real quick got very problematic. Sommelier excited about okay. So more scary technology. I was on amazon. scary technology. News hit the other day like it. So you guys ready for this. Here's the title of this one. And i'm going to close out here. Stupid thing and autonomous weaponized drone hunted down humans without command for the first time lot so for the first time ever we had a drone that was That was Autonomous hunt down. People that we want it and killed it themselves omega god. This is a un report that revealed this so it was an artificially intelligent drone. Nobody was manning. This drone this drone was basically given information programs. Bill find this individual and did a lethal shoot them with something successful or successful The first time attack by artificial intelligence has taken place in this was in libya in march twenty twenty. So that's kind of crazy we've just unleash guy net. Yeah so what else have. We got everything. That's crazy much. You imagine that around l. Kill this guy over here. Well i mean in terms all this crazy information. I was watching this this the latest documentary on sam and You guys know that. Son of sam you know in terms of like being one of the most the crazy like serial killer You know back in the sixty seventies But it was cost hysteria mass hysteria new york in everybody was scared..
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps
"You share your thoughts on how teamwork fits into this project. Teamwork is my favorite part of the project over the past years. We we just kept demonstrating little pieces little steps forward and we went to our funding authority. The era sciences evaluations and test capabilities. Atc and we showed them like. This is what we've done is a few engineers pulling this together to demonstrate with this technology can do but tournament. I need more of a team. I need a diverse team. I need people who are well versed in signal processing. I need people who are experts in Software development people who are experts in visualization like. I've done each of these to some small level but it would never be capability just with my resources or three people's resources like it needed to be multidisciplinary team that would build this technology. And that's what we're demonstrating today with this team. Is you know when you have that. Multidisciplinary approach systematic approach to build this. It it's beautiful we we really jive. We're working together. We're excited to explore these new frontiers of artificial intelligence new visualization tools. How do you deal with this. Large rich data set on a remote server. Like that's the beauty but that's also the hard part of this that's the teamwork comes in To be able to solve these really complex questions. What's next for you and the team and this activity. Yeah i like to say transactions take time transformations take longer. It's still going back to like. This isn't just purely a transaction like it's not just collect data process it and it's they're ready for you. It's really about transforming how we assess unsteady flow. And i think we're doing that The other part is being really. Mindful that we're aligning with the agency's goals and not just nasr's goals but are we aligned. With 'aeronautics research mission director are we aligned with human exploration mission directorate and are we aligned with our stakeholders goals. We have to be very mindful. And how we approach this technology. How we sell this technology how we deploy this technology and if we go back to you know how. How is the agency moving. What is the agency doing. How do we take the agency's lead here Again it comes back to the pressure sensitive. Paint technology comes back to. It's a large data set conflict to leveraging our resources with the supercomputer And then you know a really big thing has happened in the past year. And i think these these will be two things that will transform our and transform our capability. We've all been living in this pandemic And it really changed this digital transformation like how do we have access to data. How do we have access to one another. And when we first did this. Red rover connection between the winter on the nass. This was all a demonstration of getting the subject matter experts there but then once march twenty twenty happen and we saw like. Oh wow the future of work. The future of travel. The future of wind tunnel testing has really changed so now..
US sees 2 busiest days for air travel
"More Americans are flying than at any time since before the pandemic the long weekend saw the two busiest American air travel days since early March twenty twenty the TSA says nearly two million people went through airport security Friday at one point nine million yesterday last month's average was one point six million that's still down a third from the same period two years ago but analysts expect airport traffic will keep rising slowly now that many Americans are vaccinated against coated nineteen and airlines are adding more flights sabar mag ani Washington
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Tech Thursday Podcast
"I listen like if you're not solving a problem you're in a very hard time having a business and so we set out to solve a very very big problem. Which is i. Don't know what to say and i don't know what to post now. I have to be the first person. Say a nontechnical founder. I know jack squat about coating but watch me. Sign up for a coating court so we hired our cto in march twenty twenty. The world was struck with a global pandemic. And that was the time where we were able to really put the pedal to the metal because we were able to start building out solutions for business owners at the time of this conversation. I don't either. I wouldn't even call us yet. A complete sas company where in the process of it and oftentimes. The thing i want to do is i want to hide. I don't wanna be here having a conversation with you in tech builders right. Because i'm just like anything but tech but when i look at what the tech team is doing what i look at what our developers our cto doing. It moves me. And i'm like you have to be in front of it to get the thing that you want like. I cannot build a tech company. If i am afraid to stand in a room of tech builders. I've always believed that. I wanted to be the smallest fish in the biggest pond in so to have this opportunity. Far be it for me to sit here and like abdicate. This wonderful opportunity to admit. I don't know what i'm doing in a year. I'm going to stand back on the stage and say i didn't know what i was doing. I figured it out. And i just think it's a testament to the human spirit. I am no one special and ainu. Oftentimes i have like a lot of passion. My voice like i. I've conviction my voice. I joke that i came out of the womb and told my mom that she did it wrong. Like that's just who i am but i was never this person. I was never the person in this room. I was never a person on this stage and then all the sudden. You're struck when you watch and i have to be very Take a moment and see how thankful i am that my mother did not pass ended up for twenty talk with my mother today but when you look at life and you realize how short it is you're just like what am i afraid of like. I'm a am. I afraid of failing. Am i afraid of what people will say. Am i afraid of looking stupid and older sudden when you watch somebody emergency room having brain surgery. You're just like that doesn't matter. I'm afraid of a stranger on the internet and their opinion of me. I'm afraid of what my cousins will say. My friends will say that..
Biden Says Coronavirus Cases Down in All States
"In these united states of america there were just over sixteen thousand new cases of covert reported. Now if you've been watching the show over the course of pandemic you know that. It was a sunday at the low reporting day but that number sixteen thousand is still lowest daily number since the end of march twenty twenty on. The outbreak was still largely localized in a few areas around the country and when crucially was basically no real testing infrastructure remember that and also for the first time since the pandemic started we now have cases that are declining in all fifty states. That's right that fact. President biden touted today when he talked through the status of the fight against the virus in presented. Some really really encouraging numbers. Thanks a lot of the hard work of cova cases down in all fifty states. I want to thank the american people who have stepped up and done their patriotic duty got vaccinated in less than four months. We've gone from less than six percent to sixty percent of adults in america with at least one shot receiving the results in live and we see the results in people's lives and their livelihood deaths are down from covert by eighty one percent and also at their lowest level since april of two thousand and twenty
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast
"That's his effectively. It's what the caves and cliffs update data. Pack does right. if you're playing the latest snapshot with the data pack you can still kroft bundles et cetera. So i expect to good handful of players. If they were excited about these things coming in one seventeen they could still add those in. If you're excited to use it in its unfinished state. You could certainly give it a try. That might then mean that you'll stuff breaks especially if it comes to skulk senses but i can't see a reason for people not to do that as long as they're happy adapting their approach to these things later on and that's where i would sit on it i can't see myself using skulk sensors for a heck of a lot because i'd be curious to know more about how they're going to be refined and put it into the game eventually in their final state before doing anything elaborate with them I don't experiment. A lot with redstone. I tend to do the same sort of things a lot of functionality. And supposed to just like because i can And i can achieve a lot of the. I want to achieve. I think without skulk sensors time being. I'm more of a builder so candles or something. That i i would consider. I talked to my serve remains on the citadel and say like hey if we added a pack of that candles knowing that it could potentially be messed up and and we have to reduce them things later. Would everybody the okay with that. And i would imagine that the answer i would get from the majority would be yes because we already have a data. Pack that we use on the server Called tables and chairs from critter called chuck and chuck talk recently. Put a new. That meant basically you had to go around yet to get a new texture pack and then go round to your old tables and chairs and can like break them and replace them not a big deal. If you've used a handful but a little bit more time consuming if you had a big table or a lot of these things around But the improvement in the data pack was worth. The you know half an hour. It took to run around and promote tables and chairs. Yeah i think it'll be an interesting landscape. There might be more room in one seventeen full customization and that goes as far as the java sixteen change as well Java sixteen is gonna be a big deal for a lot of people. It's kind of outside of our realm of expertise so we won't dwell on this for long but my understanding is the adding a more modern and sophisticated version of java will be really invaluable to mode makers as well as i'm sure the devs themselves And previously the game ran on version of java which was released in two thousand fourteen java sixteen by comparison was released in march twenty twenty one. And as i understand it thanks to. We'll run for fun in our discord for pointing us to this earlier in the week This is now effectively. A microsoft build all the open. Java dev kit That they using to develop java sixteen full minecraft some. It's free open source version but potentially more accessible to develop as mo jiang who under the microsoft umbrella and potentially sustainable in terms of support through microsoft if oracle who develops java stopped supporting java. Sixteen so that moves on to future versions So yeah potentially this means.
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast
"I have we just to. It's crazy man. Because i think as a principal as an idea is is a fantastic idea because it actually really does. It really should help congestion on the on the on the on the existing network it actually brings about higher capacity on those lines and actually be more more services. But it's just how it's been done. I don't really understand that. That point beyond beyond the myself. Though i went through many points today. I think what you're seeing. Is these impacts these. These protests are avid and impact and its government and leaders doing a knee jerk reaction instead of listening to the protesters and working with them people so our approach us are working while they're having an impact because things are changing you know and i'll come onto that about h two ages too. I understand that it may be part of a massive infrastructure plan to make more carbon neutral. But we're emitting huge amounts kaban to build it and impacting on the carbon absorption Boy impacting on the land. Wow it's a great ideal our spin done. It may be producing more carbon than needs to and it may be is re reducing the carbon absorption too much. That's just a point but another thing on this All agree we need a long distance. A very long moving a wife and being noise but just bear with me. I know we need in a long distance round on but we actually unless we stop doing something to to stop absorbing the carbon we've already produced. We might actually be dead before. We see the benefits of the i check to. We may be need to be even more radical than two. That's what i'm saying. Just who's in that. We need to be even more radical than that and because we need to be more megyn in our thinking how we tackle with climate change and not just white for ages. Two to steady the ship. If you know we need to be doing other things as well. That's not the ansa but by a guy a you know the. That's just the point of view but i will go coming back towards being noise. When are we recording this again. William more sedate is the eighteenth of march twenty twenty one now. Real hot potato. The that's happening at the moment. is the government. Crackdown a on. A bra in new voted on a couple of days ago. Giving the police more powers and it's called the police crime and.
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Career Relaunch
"I didn't say to her right then and there but when we got back from new york because we've been thinking leaving new york but i never left because of the restaurant honestly so i tell her. I'm you know. I tell you this but i could probably live in vegas. She said really wasn't yeah. She said you wanna try. So what happened was we basically were just hanging out. Watching reruns of the sopranos are night and decided to move to vegas. That's what happened okay. Okay and then you get there early. March twenty twenty. When you were on your way over to vegas. What did you have in mind that you were going to do when you got to vegas professionally. My wife got here in february. I got here march third. Mike plans were either a brick and mortar restaurant. Wada's biggest or a food truck food was still in the picture for me but not even what ten days later the world shutdown right and you see what's going on with these restaurants anything to do with hospitality was breaking down literally and i felt horrible. You know. I felt horrible. These people because i felt like these people were my kinfolk. Almost i just couldn't believe how bad it was for them to be honest with you but that was also the moment that i realized i can't do this anymore. Somebody bigger than me doesn't want me to work like that anymore. Work in that industry. So i took a step back and At the reevaluate. My course so this is really interesting use of because it sounds like it felt like the time had come to move on and at the same time. This is all you knew for many years. The restaurant industry. So how did you then pick up the pieces. Sounds like you had the realization that this restaurant path is definitely not going to work. At least not right. Now how did you then regroup and decide what to do next. I just took a couple of steps back. Because i didn't even know what to do..
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Verbal Outpost
"Humanitarian on your genes milenko manual. Him lenora demeanor him also was salam aldo. Soula seldom wate kamara to law. Better care to welcome all. You're listening to heal homes and she feek thanks for joining today's episode of verbal outpost. We like to have an informal conversation about real topics would also like you to take so. Make sure your comment or drop nemo on verbal outpost. Our come with your thoughts and comments so The topic to be discussing today is how have the covid lockdowns affected us personally. And we're going to try and kick into how that affected people in society in the country in general as well Obviously since march twenty twenty almost two a year we've been trying to deal with the pandemic of covid nineteen completely flipped. Things upside down away normally would deal with things anything from the way work to the shop even to the way we interact with one another with us friends family or anybody else. She's been very limitations since the initial lockdown in march To keep us safe from the covid virus spreading and that's what we want to focus our conversation on today Obviously everybody will have been impacted by at least one of these. I imagine if not multiple different points throughout the whole pandemic the first one is clinical financial impact. That's impacted Various businesses who've lost income from either having to temporarily close or even completely shut down they business Which is obviously had a further impact on people. Losing their jobs all if they temper closed. Pops losing inkum the furlough reductions of going down to eight percent I mention job. Losses altogether and even financially being impacted by having energy. Bill usage is home so working from home scenario where you might be in the office winter. There's no electricity heating being used thus be effectively provided by your employer or the school that your kids might be going to is now.
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast
"That's a huge chunk will talk about that in a minute. But also it's around my knowledge. My understanding My thoughts around how to package for sidhu and the way in which i do and being comfortable with with outsourcing things being comfortable with thinking about myself as a business owner as opposed to was just many domestic And being being comfortable with thinking about how to grow the business. Which was something that i call. It did initially because i didn't really know what i wanted. The business to be but then after that because that just felt a bit too scary. Because it's like. Jesus getting comfortable with the idea of doing this and having this is a niche. And i'm not ready to talk about growing the business whereas that's completely different now but by far i'm sure the biggest change has been around the numbers the pricing the money so to stuff already pricing services although there is a bit of that in that site for example my one to a mentoring. The price per hour of that has not changed because You know i. I was happy enough to price. It the way i did when i first started and it still feels renton competitive than aids obscenities more than some less than others That but i think undestanding how to feel about the money stuff and understanding kind of the mantras and they The things that might be holding me back in an being a self sabotage Around what i was doing that has definitely definitely changed for the better And this is something. There are several programs out there that can help you do stuff. One of which we both apostle But it is around the mindset around money and being comfortable to say You know i have this family. And that's therefore what it costs to work with me on that basis. And if you don't have that money that's not my problem. It's not up to me to reduce my prices so that you can afford. It is up to you to find a way to what i've got to give If that's what you will today So i mean there's a whole lotta stuff in there but know you'll main money learnings. Sharon what would you say they were. Oh god you know very very similar faith. You know that it isn't it. Isn't your job to to work out whether or not people can afford it in. Your only job is to just show can do what you do and provide the value. Do a great job and all that sort of stuff. Then you know because because i think it was a classic case i think when we were when we launch the future fit program. I think both of us originally was sorta hesitant because at that time in march twenty twenty into the first few weeks of the pandemic being in existence. That was just a huge. I dunno coach. Whatever about just free store and there was a satanic out there Particularly on social media. That you shouldn't be charging for anything. No charge for anything that you you are. You are like a horrible person and they were. You could just feel like couldn't deal so we were sort of thinking about launching this program in the middle of that. I'm going to i don't know but we did. We want. We came to the conclusion. That and i think both was felt this business about not charging anything effectively. If everybody stopped paying each other they would be no. Money's doesn't actually help anybody you know because at that time you know it was applying to the online world for. She went down tesco down to the down to the while. I guess we were doing them..
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on The Nordic Mum
"Tell me about this new book of yours and a podcast. Because i was looking at it. This is slightly different because we'll slotting or maybe not so how to be sad. Yes so i so. I've been now researching into happiness for the last eight years and reedy will be academic literature and speaking to as many experts. Get my hands on and really following the growing movement in in. I guess i don't wanna quite use the attempt self-help but this idea of of what we can do. And how we can observe our in culture of cultures around the world to try to give us the best chance of of keeping mental health intact and Keeping ourselves feeling upbeat on a daily basis. But actually the more it was simplified perhaps for sound bites off line or the more The the the rest of the world decision economic climate was was not perhaps doing any of us any favors The movie becomes clung onto this idea of happiness. That in the last few years. When i have talked around the world when i've done interviews with people and i collected my own research as well as reading the research of others. It seemed to me that there was so much anxiousness about not being happy. The procedure happiness to become all encompassing. And actually people will quite phobic of being sad and this seems like a problem because of course we can't be happy all the time We can put structural things in place. We can lifestyle things in place to try to shore up our chances and to try to look after ourselves but no one is happy all the time. Sadness is a normal part of life. I felt more. If we try and deny sadness we do ourselves huge home and sadness actually can also bring some benefits so that that really set me to thinking. I think researching the atmosphere happiness. My my last book you mention Looking different cultural purchase. I realized this in the us and the uk a especially there is a real reluctance to to do. Saddest studies. show that but americans are kind of out lies in that design not to be sad unto to choose happiness and to to be happy to put on this kind of jazz hunts front which as we certainly seen in the last year if not the last forty five years life through some huge challenges Away and You know the state of the world. Even there is much to be sad about the things to be angry about and that has to be okay to we have to be in touch with those emotions too so i wanted to really explore that from a cultural perspective from a historical perspective And speaking to you near scientists and psychologists geneticists and and really trying to understand the processes that are going on and the noble phases that we go into when we tried to deny us address and then what to do about them and how to be sad in a healthy positive way so that was my goal. Yes the knee. I was really intrigued. When i was reading a book. About the difference of cultures and things like portugal and brazil and bhutan. Where you know sadness and crying and you know. Death is celebrated its part of the normal circle of life. Then perhaps where i come from in finland we are very stone faced and we don't cry outside of the family circles and some does not at all even front of our parents or parents. Don't cry front of the children. It's very much these macho kind of culture. So what can we learn from these other cultures. What can we put in place in our cultures in our societies to help us to deal with sadness and it be normal circle of life. Yeah i think it is. That is that normalizing. It is talking about it. It's it's showing children that it's okay to be sad and that they will be sad sometimes and not trying to minimize that so certainly when i was growing up in uk. Those idea that if you're crying you're told it's okay. Don't cry at so easy for them out to cry but actually we'll probably charges crying for a reason and that reason may not be the same as it would if it was an adult but to deny a child's feelings doesn't set a great template for somebody being emotionally intelligent in later life and being in touch with their emotions so it starting at a really early age letting children know that their feelings are okay and they are legitimate and how to handle them really I think parents can can model to kids. And and anyone who's spent time with children comodal that And then it is yeah. It's i spoke to a A few psychology said things like that they will recommend if you see a dead animal for example. You see roadkill even you. You don't try and hide it from your children. You sort of say. Oh that's uh sad. Isn't it look fox has been over or whatever And it's just being june two to the sadness that's that we feel and then once we adults if we didn't have that growing up then it's learning to kind of regulate our own emotions in doing it belatedly which is harder but it is possible by allowing time for ourselves and really sitting without sadness rather than trying to rush and lives with business and activities and scheduling things that defer the sadness. Because it's not going to go away but they differ it and this year i think has shown for many of us as the world has slowed down and we haven't been able to travel many of us That people people have really kind of had to come to terms of things that perhaps they have pushed away for for many years and that's hugely challenging. You used to doing that so there are things that you can do to help. Of course things like Getting exercise we know that that's good for positive mental health and bodies but are not doing. It is is bad for us so more than in terms of just exercise it if if people who feeling generally okay are sedentary between three and seven days we will start to develop low mood that some fascinating research about this. It's it's the meat was about trying to stop normal sadness from becoming a two. And b tipping over into something more serious and i'm very keen to differentiate of course between normal sadness that we all experience depression and i've been now with both of them and they are not the same thing but there is there is evidence to suggest that we can start normal fatness into something more serious by allowing for it and handling it in a mall helpful way.
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"March twenty twenty so why not be as open and willing to share and to help and to provide the yes avenue versus the no is much to increase participation. Because i'll tell you. I one of the big things that we are struggling with is a lack of participation in our community we have lost quite a few in terms of our percentages and our numbers that we normally can expect so. I think you're right with the patent situation. That coaches recognize. Hey we kind of have to share a little bit if you wanna maintain our programs and be able to be competitive and a lot of areas you know. It's it's easy. And i think one of the great not just mantras but you'll hear successful. Athletes coaches talk about doing a little bit of everything. Don't specialize don't limit yourself. It's easy in theory but it's a lot tougher in in practice. Maybe and and maybe this is. You know forcing folks to adapt and rethink perhaps a little bit coach. Yeah i would agree. And i think that that in general i would say there was probably a period of time about six to eight years ago where everybody was really hard core on the specialization. Kick of a new basketball or seven on seven football or quote unquote getting big for football. And what we've seen is hey first of all like the best athletes and professional sports are multi sport athletes. So why would you go against the grain of the most elite outliers in the sport in go all in on a particular athletic pursuit that may actually in the long term shorten your growth curve and limit your development as opposed to. Hey let's get involved in participate as much as we can have a high school experience. That's robust that can provide a lot of opportunities through not only skill acquisition for multiple sports but maybe potential college scholarships in a sport. You had no idea that you would be great at. And i think that moving forward as a society. We need more participation instead of less and that three sport athlete. I hope can make a resurgence as we're moving forward as we're starting to see like you know the kansas city chiefs that almost every one of those guys ran track in high school. You know and speed kills both on defense on the offensive line. The defensive line. It doesn't matter your position and what better sport to get fast than they actually do. The sport we spent two to three months. Run really really fast. You can get big in the other offseason. You know it's like if you're a ceo. You're not only going to you know. Read books sore Have conversations with people in in your industry and you know my theory coach as to why that happened. I'm interested in your thoughts. I think it's the rise of social media and the ability to get clips specially football basketball on youtube on twitter on instagram..
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on The Innovative Leader
"Innovative leader. Podcast able. I are excited to be with you today and today. We are talking about a topic that maybe you don't have going on. But a lot of people really have going on and our world starting here at the top of march twenty twenty one and that is where in twenty twenty one that and it is march and people. In general leaders people in general are experiencing a different level of exhaustion. And it feels like life keeps coming and challenges. Keep coming and they cut in line and front of projects that you might have had on this on the schedule or task that you really needed to do. And these unexpected things keep showing up. Now we've talked about resilience before. I've talked about challenges before but these things keep happening and now we've referenced in some podcasts in the back i or you know whatever. Some of our other podcasts. This year about how. I feel like just the energy and the moon ships and different things like that are definitely at play that just create different Pulls on us saloon kind of stuff but who knows what's going on but bottom line. The point is is when you feel under pressure when you feel burned out when you feel exhausted when you feel like you just can't get on top of things. What do you do as though today. We're gonna talk about are three things that you can do as a leader as a human being to get yourself back on top back in the game when you feel like you're struggling to get on top of the game. Yeah yeah it's it's a it's a. It's a weird experience to to have that exhaustion to have that burn out in. It feels overwhelming at times and we need to. We need to kind of work on those things. we're talking about here in just a second So that we can re engage the healthy habits that that we need. We re engage Juices get things flowing and be able to lead..
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg
"Have so much to offer and it's so easy to think that someone has to already come from a really big following or whatever and you just were like i'm just going to publish rate and that's where you started and so i just i just like encouraging moms that you know. Take that rhys right and it's okay like you. You're gonna feel scared but just do it anyway. And so i like asking moms when they when they share those stories to kind of share the inside of the inside track of what that looks like they began to moms like some encouragement. Like okay. she did that you know. Maybe i could do something and use my talents on. But the main reason why i wanted you to come on to kind of like what you said that we are in a time that we are probably homeschooling more than ever And because people have decided maybe they don't to remote learning they don't want to send their kids in school with the pandemic and now they're going to be deciding to. They want to keep continuing on with homeschooling. Some people that have our have sent their kids in there. Kind of like you know what i actually want to do home schooling. I don't wanna do remote learning. I want to have more freedom Maybe they wanna travel a little bit And just be able to take school on the road because now so many people do working remote right so rationally. Maybe the husband before wouldn't have been able to do this but now that's something that's possible so i feel like that's changing up a lot of things in a lot of options for people so i wanted you to come on just to give a perspective. Now that we're you know this is gonna era march twenty twenty one and i did a series like in homeschool homeschooling Just trying to figure out different things if you felt confused and overwhelmed because i knew so many parents back in the summer of twenty twenty people were panicking because they did not know which direction so i was like. Let's do a series. So i figured this would be good. We're in you know the winter of two thousand twenty one and let's just kind of you know. See where we're at. So i wanted to kind of ask some questions and get your perspective especially having kids and the first question is why do you think home schooling can and should look different from. I'm going to public schools. Well i think there's a small fraction of kids who do well in the traditional setting But overall i think most kids don't thrive there especially boys We have We have five boys and I really believe that home. Schooling them was one of the best things we could have done for them in they. You know they agree as adults. So that's that's always a good thing but for us it was just. We wanted to spend his time with our kids. We wanted to be able to fit on our learning to their unique needs and on. That sounds may be more complicated than it actually is..
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM
"I don't know why. I i felt for to talk to god on the beach. Monday through sunday and In twists not so many people because it was in in this time. And you don't know but in this time without recorder this episode in a tomorrow his first of march twenty twenty one but it was in february in the purim time in tel aviv. I didn't know it was pouring purim. Time and but it will star. Of course it was not much paper because it was not really warm for people in israel but for me was it warm because it was over twenty degrees celsius so it was wrong for me and i was of the beach. Any was own was no no one there but it was in the daytime and so because i wanted to talk god i wanted to go to a place where it was not people that could calm a. That was no target for those that want to be on the beach so i was standing alone. No one was around me. And i was looking out on the water and talking to god than it was like i will going into the spirit and i was really overweigh. Anaya stunning with my backpack. A small bag on my back talking on the. When i finish my token to god i look down on the sand and i look into the sand is so a perfect heart in the sand and there was no no a feet around there that it was like. No one have down the heart. It was a supernatural down hot in the sand. And i knew it was god telling me how much he loved me and as answer for what i was talking to him about..
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"It is. The beginning of the month and lee are here with the of technique crow. And today we're gonna talk a little bit about Solar winds and he's going to clarify that for us would be welcome back and thank you for joining us. Oh aki year. It's been that long definitely happier and you guys as well all right so you wanted to talk about the solar wind hat. That happened a few weeks back. Tell us a little bit about that alive. That's important because i don't see coverage going on about it. And the coverage that we do see is quite possibly say other quick to point the finger and slow to back it up the price so what we see is shortly after the elections. We had any this. Basically an article come out and stadium that they had found eight supply. Chain malware that was uploaded through a firmware updates. And they don't know how far back it went. I assume sometime back in march twenty twenty and lack of you know just to summarize that that the article discussed was that there was a firmware update that was pushed out by the company. But the the threat actors that somehow manage to upload files into the upload of the update right so they they like put the code inside of the firmware update that went out to all the clients. And why this is kind of a big deal is because well the solar wins a platform lawn a different industries from our us government to every day hosting companies too. I mean they're still on rambling. It and it. The widespread news of it becoming more and more right. Jaw-dropping is not even a good term for it persists as like there's never been they hacked of this size in the history of mankind and yet they are not covering it so i just wanted to shed some light onto it so solar winds in in a nutshell in classroom that many government authorities are government government sources. Rely on to communicate is that is that where the the concern. It's think of it like a management system for like your networks and computers and servers flake. There needs to be anything pushed out or like. It's just going to give the overall what they call a compliance type platform as well as like. I've never used it personally. I know that a lot of because it's installed at such a high level of I would say offs ornette ops. So you know we actually play with it. You would be probably a network engineer of some sort.
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To pause with me for just a moment and do a little thought experiment. I want you to picture of the year. It is twenty twenty seven and kamala. Harris is in her first and only term as we no longer have elections. She was declared president-for-life. After president biden was removed from office in march twenty twenty one Due to dementia unit cova vaccine passport to get on a plane to even travel from state to state. In fact you can't even leave the country without getting your code vaccine and you think to yourself. My gosh why. Why did.
"march twenty twenty" Discussed on The Social Hustlaz Podcast
"Away. So we'd he was looking right for before before posed like come on. They always on the same thing. This is a different show shit. I'll watch it so we wouldn't even hurt you know but none of them. None of them were at the place. They are at their own different cities they outperformed for all the same. Say a bud light thing okay. So that's how they should arbor. Yeah that's fucking. Wow berlin beat the world. We live in say Say march twenty twenty two. I'm thinking twenty twenty two twenty three march. Oh i know migas as good a out they would. I don't think i think i didn't. They say some somebody says some site yes kept to but uh oh no Be be swayed like seabed. I'll be looking here. But i i. If i for me gear biting on all even more bro estimate on kover. I say in march twenty twenty game on twenty twenty three twenty. Three bro is not dillard see this say issue everybody take this symbol figure out a way to make this. Oa san all the way is gonna be able to go to concerts possibly if nigga take Vaccines bro blow in my is fighting for your boy. You mascow nigga. When i tell you will not went to kelly bro. Maybe no covid protocol going on their flight or not and do that either. They got text that we soon as we got on the plane. I was like nine check. Our temperatures are nothing. I'll tell you cope tick. They know covid shake but bro. You could've walked this seat where you manage gone. We had nigga for one. They'd be having shit a low key. You don't even see walk in in the door now. I'm not saying ain't got it there. But they do they take your temperature on a walk in. Because that's a when i went out to ajay jay to give my sheets. They had the she soon as you walk in until the security even where even why. I got dropped out here bro. Like i guarantee the airport got if my okay. I'm not. I'm not counting against this. It was nobody there so once i came in even if negative fort wolcott adult you to now i think they will do like my j. Like say no we. I would think go through. Security is should be some. They'll be able to do what you saying. You know what i'm saying. Just when you walk in here it could be say okay. Okay brand now. I took a flight. You pay burn. Eight ain't even they were like okay. I'm gonna say nicotine is is most is is much coburn issue. Going around is darling. Is the take a fucking body temperature fever. Because i i'm too. I was like bro. Did not like. I'm so used to the mall. Let me see you raised you know. Are they doing this. So they can keep their brig coming in.