35 Burst results for "Mari"
Sahel of a mess: France's impossible peacekeeping mission
"Jihadists are entrenching themselves. Ever further in the suhel continent wide strip of semi arid land just south of the sahara desert. There are former islamic state fighters ousted from the middle east al qaeda associates and a number of ethnic militias. The sahel's hitter ends are far from any city state. Laws don't hold. Public services barely exist last year. Nearly five thousand people died in battles or acts of terror in the region six fold increase on two thousand sixteen. An estimated four million people have fled their homes this week. Sixty world leaders are among those who have gathered online for the paris. Peace forum where the crisis is being discussed. A united nations peacekeeping force has a rim to patrol and to help rebuild the embattled region but most combat missions against the jihadists are led by several thousand french troops. Some of whom are based this gow in mali. Well we arrived in gow by plane then took a french military helicopter which flew at low altitude extremely fast for about an hour to get to this advance base that they've built out there in the middle of the sahel sophie. Better 'cause our paris bureau chief. An extraordinary region absolutely vast nothing in any direction will miss no human habitation. A few acacia trees the occasional goatherd and a tiny settlement. But that's about it and then you arrive in the middle of this dusty zone read colored sand where the soldiers who've made it. All the way from france had just finished a month. Long operation against jihadist. So these were both regular french soldiers but also special forces the most recent of these operations. They killed several dozen jihadists. They seize weapons motorbikes fuel and to one of them just described it. Talk to me that it was intense. There were violent encounters on the ground. This is real proper combat that the french soldiers are engaged in there. And how significant is the french presence in the region. Well the french have over five thousand troops as part of this operation that they called it by far the biggest contributor to any of the operations in the region there is a un peacekeeping operation with over thirteen thousand soldiers but no single country contribute as many as the french do. There are two hundred and fifty british for example due to arrive. Soon there are three hundred and fifty germans there but in effect. What's is obvious. Once you're there is how the real combat operations fall to the french conditions. A tough is extremely hard. The sand everywhere is grueling. And it's risky. How risky last year was the region's deadliest for years. There was a particularly nasty incident at the end of the year when the french lost. Thirteen elite soldiers in a helicopter crash but local soldiers from nizhny. Molly have also been on the receiving end of terrorist attacks. Neo lost seventy one soldiers in one attack than there was another took out fifty from marley. So it's a constant vigilance. And there's a constant sense of vulnerability even for the armed forces operating out there. But why is it that francis chosen to take the lead to to be the country with the greatest presence on the ground. Franz historically has links to the region it is the former colonial power which also causes something a problem now because it gets accused of acting in a sort of neo clooney away and fronts also has permanent military bases out there so it becomes a sort of natural partner for crisis in the past. I think that the french have really tried to change their strategy. This year. emmanuel macron host to summit at the beginning of the year with the leaders of the five signs countries and the idea is to trained share some of the burden to make sure that the french show more supported on the ground by the european countries for example they i saw estonians their swedish officer but also to try and get the regional armies to do a better job themselves and that was very clear in the description that i heard of the operations where they were working really very closely alongside marlon and nigerian forces in some of these operations against the jihadists issue in june macron emphasizes commitment to the operation solo vehicle always mma which party about the the fight against terrorism. But it's also about the return of governance and development for the region in which he wanted to work with local governments that are much closer basis and is that big french presence making any real difference to the levels of jihadist violence in this. Hell when i think it's important to think of it in terms of different regions and where we were so that was in the sort of central new central mari. I spoke to general marquan rate. Who commands the oppression. Can't overall the some offered to trish. She tested in terms of often. You said he was very satisfied with recent operations there. I think the french sense that they've really dealt a blow to what they call a die ashley. Islam state in the greater hara premium capacity results. Iovine underneath the media and the general said they haven't disappeared is but they don't have the same capacity to cause trouble that they did at the end of last year. So i think there is progress in that particular zone where they've been conducting these intense operations. Of course. the problem remains that can operate in one area but they certainly can't operate all over the country and that's where she doesn't remains a big problem and so what prospects for for actually paring back their prisons. I think is incredibly difficult. You know. I think the the french Condemned in a sense to stay in the sahel. The no plans to leave or to withdraw all their forces tool. I mean it's more question of trying to share the burden more the adversity. they're up against these jihadist groups. They are incredibly mobile than a magic they move about on motorbikes and pickup trucks and they can just disappear into the bush in a way. That's for the french forces. It's just makes it very difficult to contain and to target and so it sounds as if the the only option than it is to draw in international help. I mean how. How hard will that be the reds Help on the grounds. The american particular provide ups a crucial intelligence support to the operation. The british operates three shoot. Kelly copters there as well as part of buchan and they if french beccles and troops into combat zones on special forces which is obviously much more declined to start operations but the estonians are there and there are some checks and swedish special forces due to arrive soon so european countries are helping franz. But they aren't at the same time. Exactly lining up to offer these combat troops. And i think franz sometimes feels that. It's doing this job very much alone but the situation you describe is probably not going to be massively changed by a few dozen or a few hundred special forces. Even it's an incredibly difficult situation. The best the fringe show hoping to do is to try and contain the threat to try and secure areas and enable millions to go back to their homes into a more sense of security in some parts of the country. But it's not about defeating the enemy across the entire country. I think that much is clear.
World Series draws record-low audience
"Attracting record low audiences, according to a recent poll from Maris College. Many folks they're changing the channel because of politics. Seven in 10. Republicans say they are watching less sports because of athletes speaking out about social issues. 39% of Democrats and half of independents say the same thing. They don't want to see player protests before the game. The
Coronavirus outbreak still spreading on UW's Greek Row in Seattle
"No no data, data, the the state state health health of profit of profit is reporting is reporting 740 740 new new cases cases of of covert covert 1921 1921 new deaths new deaths and and his comrades, his comrades, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert tells tells us us the the state state is also is also telling telling us us where where these these outbreaks outbreaks are are most most largely largely concentrated concentrated the largest the largest source source of of outbreaks outbreaks for for the most the most recent recent reporting reporting period. period. College College campuses. campuses. One One of the of largest the largest campus campus outbreaks outbreaks can can be found be found along along the the University University of of Washington's Washington's Greek Greek row, row, school school president president Ana Ana Mari Mari Kau Kau say, say, said said earlier earlier this this week week we have we have made made it it clear clear and and we we will will continue continue to to make make it it clear. clear. That That if if they they don't don't get get it, it, and and they they continue continue to to break break the rules the rules party, party, there there will will be be harsher harsher disciplinary disciplinary actions. actions. Among Among the the harsher harsher penalties penalties now now being being discussed discussed at the at the UW UW finds finds suspensions suspensions and and ultimately, ultimately, AH AH fraternity fraternity could could lose lose its its recognition. recognition. As As of of Monday, Monday, 242 242 cases cases of of covert covert 19 19 were were linked linked to the to the UW's UW's Greek Greek row. row. Covert Covert cases cases continue continue to climate. to climate. Washington Washington State State University University is is well well where where 121 121 infections infections have have been been linked linked to Greek to Greek housing. housing. Brian Brian
Britt Lyle II on design
"Your host Maris cherry and this week. I'm talking with Britt Lyle the second a Motion Graphics designer here in Atlanta, Georgia. Let's start the show. All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Britt Lyle. I am a motion graphic designer. I'm a graphics assistant at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Now, I've been asking everyone, you know kind of starting off for these interviews how they're sort of holding up right now, you know, we're recording this right now in late September. It's pretty easy. I think well known that we're going to be in the states for a while. Now, how have you been holding up during this pandemic? Oh, wow, there have been like there been good days and bad days. I've been holding up generally well, but like there have been, you know good days and bad days. Like I said I tend to deal with anxiety sometimes so that has been kind of a struggle wage. Kind of cope with along with like just regular anxiety Then the election and covid-19. Like one of the things I learned in grad school is like you have to take time to for yourself, especially in stressful situations. And this entire year has just been one big stressful situation off. So it's very very important to like make yourself as comfortable as possible. Especially someone who like regularly deals with anxiety and off. Yeah, so I just basically just tried to make sure that if I feel like in some type of anxiety attack coming that I make sure to remove myself from the situation and ground myself before coming back to reality so to speak gotcha. Now let's talk about your work at sports and entertainment and can you kind of briefly describe what a MB sports and entertainment is and just sort of what is a regular day like for you right now since you're working from home, so am be Sports entertainment. We are sort of like a company within a company job. We do work for the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United. My job specifically is Graphics assistant. So basically that means I help out anyone else you need help with any other big project whether it's coming up with Gameday Graphics video editing color correction or any other regular or irregular occurrence. I might occur to you today. How did you get started there on a whim a lot of a lot of the jobs that I've gotten in particularly designed jobs of Applied on a whim. So I was laid off at my previous job, which I was very very sad about and I was just applying applying everywhere that I can and I saw the post for graphics assistant at a MB. And again, it was one of those things for me. It's like I can't in good conscience past this up and say Thursday. I tried everything that I could so I apply thinking that like I wouldn't hear anything and they turned out to be one of the few people that actually gave me like like three rounds of interviews and hired me within like a month. Nice. Yeah, so you mentioned, you know kind of working on these, you know, not random projects, but you kind of work on an ad-hoc basis as an assistance. So are there any sort wage projects that you like take the lead on or you always kind of working in that second kind of capacity mostly in a secondary capacity because there are people who have been there since the building open since as soon as construction ended they hired a design team and those and some of those people have left but there are still some people have been there since its Inception and they kind of know they build out the process. They're the ones who really like all the assignments all of the the dimensions birth. All the renders all of these little details. They're the ones who built it from the ground up and I'm essentially follow the process. I'll give my two cents every now and then if I feel like it'll help but for the most part they have pretty much have like a game plan laid out for how certain things are done and how certain things are processed. And so, you know, just so folks name Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta is fairly new. I think it was opened and what 2018-2017 2017-2017? Okay, and then prior to that it not in the same space, but pretty close to it was the Georgia Dome that's where I used to work actually years and years and years and years ago. I worked for the Georgia Dome the the Georgia World Congress Center and since Olympic Park, so I'm familiar with that whole kind of campus area and I know back then I mean Georgia Dome all that is owned by the state, but Mercedes-Benz is privately owned. Do you know if off? Any of the the Congress Center staff works there also since it's so close not intimately like I think some people transferred but I mean as far as I know most people have been there since MBS was a thing. I'm not sure if any other people from Georgia Congress moved on to other projects, but I do know that they got a lot of different people from a lot of different places to kind of help build this team up. Yeah. I was just always curious about that cuz I still know a good number of people over there so long what's the best thing you would say about the work that you do? All of the work that I do is like kind of unconventional and well, I guess not unconventional like sort of a dimension sizes that I do that I work with like no one else in the world really works with these type of Dimensions cuz inside the stadium there's this song Halo board, and it's like six feet high, I think it's got like Fifty four thousand LED lights on it and the the file sizes and the dimensions that we work with are just pretty unorthodox and pretty wild to kind of like work with and when I first got started, you know someone I got trained in art school or just doesn't in designing was as the standard 1920 x 1080 and then suddenly I have to deal with sizes that are like fifty thousand nine fifty thousand five thousand or ten thousand sizes and it's kind of weird but it's also kind of cool cuz like you you kind of makes my portfolio stand out a little bit off and yeah, I guess that would be the best thing is that like I do I do the type of design that are very different than anyone else does and it may be kind of hard to put on social. Which is why I tend to put it on my website, but at the same time like not a lot of people can say they have designed the stuff that I designed and
"mari" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
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"mari" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"The. Okay. Okay but but that was. A good start. Okay. Okay. So our first letter. Okay. Locking in. All it's too early for this. Warming up the brain Sierra. Well, Mari, let's go to you here for round number two. What is your picture? What Oh my God. So it's one of the dues from survivor Oh. What's his name? Run Trite, lawlessly. Part try to describe until. I know the season everything I think that's a that's Mike season. That's the the. The. The collar season right the worlds apart season. Okay. What is he does he have long hair the no, he's A. Older gentleman very tall. He's balding a little bit has a beard. He's in a green shirt. Oh, he's very tall and lanky. I'm pretty sure he's Mike season. From survivor world report I think so. I think. So could you could at least confirm the season for me? ooh Not Survivor worlds apart Oh my God. Okay he's got green shorts on the grand should agree or green shirt. Okay. He's got a green shirt. Okay. So that's a good start. So let me okay let me help you out. Let me give you the description of mine because maybe we can like put it together. So it looked like a creepy van like. A Brown van it's maybe the brand is Ford but I think van is the takeaway. So is there is there a big brother contestant with like van somewhere in their name or an? In. So Don van,.
"mari" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"And all that stuff, but it just wasn't funnel or exciting. My. Gosh Mari here in new way. That's what we were. All excited. At the beginning season I remember thinking it's all star is GonNa be cut throat game play. Yeah. Are you thought that people weren't GonNa Care but? It just it just went the opposite way. Everyone's everyone's throats have been nice and put together. Cutting whatsoever, not even a scratch unscratched throats here. Let's let's start getting into speaking of fun. We're going to have fun here today. Let's start by getting into our first game at this comes from Kedah who has been a prolific contributor to the being be especially when Leon and we're doing our survivor re-watch over the summer with delightfully complicated games. Here's how this is going to work. So I am putting a couple of links in the chat when it's going to be for Yuliana, when is going to be for you? Mari. ooh. So yes. Of course, big brother is all about communication. So we are going to play a game that talks about or utilizes your communications ills and talking about the all stars. So how this works is you have each been sent a deck every round. There's going to be a picture from Yuliana and a picture from you Mari that you're going to have to describe and put together to form the name of a big brother all-star. Basically, like one of those rebus puzzles right that you might see on like a like a soda can or bubble gum wrapper depending on how old you were like a picture a picture if you sounded out informs the name of a House guest, the pictures can be in any order so it doesn't need to go Liana then Mari it can go Mari then Liana but. The interesting thing is as Kedah. Complicated there is a Meta puzzle almost like when you do the jumble and like you take the circled letters and you form a word at the end. Because when you form these houseguests names, there's going to be one letter that doesn't really fit and if you take that letter for each of these names, it's going to form a final puzzle. So that's that's the thing that will all work together on like I'll give an example here so. In this example. So let's say Liana got a picture of a thin. And Murray got a picture of a keg. So you print together keg thin. Kevin..
Organizing: The KonMari Method
"There are so many ways to organize and our brains work differently. So some methods May resonate wage more than others most tidying methods Advocate a room by room or a little by little approach creating a scenario that may just never end because it's not structured wage with a beginning and an end date today or talking specifically about the con Mari method people around the world have been drawn to this philosophy not only due to its Effectiveness, but also because it places great importance on being mindful introspective and forward-looking. I have a name Guided Kristen Ivy and Karen Sochi to talk about the con Mari method. They are not only licensed con Mari Consultants, but they're also the co-host of the spark Joy podcast dedicated to the transformative power of surrounding yourself with joy and letting go of all the rest spark Joy has over a hundred and fifty episodes filled with practical home organizing tips that you can indulge in while you tidy Kristen tell me your thoughts on getting organized during this time when we feel like we don't have much control over all the things that are happening around us in the world. How important is it right now, so it's extremely helpful. Number one reason is comfort is so important right now and our home is something that we can actually control. I immediately thought about everyone who doesn't feel really comfortable or organized at home and how they're not going to have that break where they can go to work log. Not look at the Clutter work is now at home along with many other activities. So I was on a mission from day one to help people who are feeling a little bit too close to their clutter get through that and now that we are a little bit more used to this new normal than I've been helping my clients virtually getting really settled with their work from home situation by doing a tiny desk series. We're we're actively tidying through our screens cuz we're getting really comfortable with that. So that's the good news. So we've been able to still, you know tidy on no matter where you are in your personal Journey. There's always room for baby steps forward organizing can be learned. It's a practice much like meditation. I feel hard in the beginning but it gets familiar and more natural as time goes on Karen. Were you always an organizer I come from a long line down? Very organized people and organized in a sense that they would relieve their own anxiety by vacuuming it 2:00 in the morning and that kind of thing. So things were not really ever out of place. I come from a long line of collectors. So I inherited both of those traits. I was a collector which in some ways is described as an organized hoarder and I took elected all kinds of things. I collected antiques and collectibles and I could never just owned one of something. I found one Bell in a souvenir shop that was great on vacation. And then all of a sudden was collecting Bells from all over the place. It was just really a thing with me when I finally realized how much time I was spending just taking care of all of this stuff. I realized even though on the outside things look very organized in my home. It wasn't really organized at all. It was really just at a mask set of things that I was continually maintain. And it was really keeping me from having the kind of life that I wanted to have. It really kept me stuck in the past. It kept me stuck in one place just emotionally and psychically off and I realized that I I had to start becoming much more selective about what I was surrounding myself with so I guess in a way I was organized at least it looked that way on the outside home, but mentally it was just nothing but chaos in my life. I always enjoy the process of self-reflection because when we do it, we learn so much about ourselves tell me about the move you may that gave you some different perspective on yourself. So as moving from one small apartment to another small apartment in New York. Both Apartments was super different from each other the first appointment that I had lived in for nine years hundred and ten year old five-story appointment in a really old historic part of New York City and I was moving to the 35th floor of a brand new high rise skyscraper. Are in Midtown the appointment was so different. There was no way that I could take that old life with me. I was also moving in with my now husband and it was our first shared home. So I knew that way to decide once and for all whether I was going to continue being surrounded by all of this stuff or I wanted to try something different. So at that same time Marie's book came out in English the life-changing magic of tidying up and I somehow just bought it and you know, I have no idea how I found it to begin with read the book and decided that it's part of my move I was going to do is complete, Mary tidying festival and see what that led me. So I did and I followed the book as best as I could. I ended up getting rid of half or more of everything I own and moved into this apartment with such lightness and such optimism about what the future held that I was just submitting with his whole idea that knob Was it about the stuff but it was about my future and was about my life going forward and that's really how I kind of fell in love with with Kamari and getting organized
Former tech CEO gets home confinement for admissions bribe
"A former tech executive, was sentenced to one year of home confinement for paying $300,000 to bribe his son's way into Georgetown as a tennis recruit, even though his son did not play tennis. Peter Damaris of Pacific Palisades pleaded guilty in June to one count of conspiracy to Maris is the former CEO of technology services company, A SGN. He and dozens of other parents and college coaches have pleaded guilty in the
100s mourn St. Louis police officer shot in line of duty
"Gathered to mourn the death of a ST Louis police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty. Fox's Evan Brown has the report. More than 100 people gathered Sunday to express sorrow is ST Louis Police officer to Maris Bohannon was laid to rest. Bohannon was shot in the head last month by a man who barricaded himself inside another person's home. That gunman is now charged with murdering him. Bohannon was 29 years old and a father of three Children. His family says he was a dedicated public servants who loved his family and his job. Evan Brown Fox News in
"mari" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Mari tired thinking about the show today we're going to cover two main things in the first hour. Coverted Kenosha. That's it. We're covering in the first hour. We're going to get a little bit into the RNC in the second hour of the program. And we're going to go back to riots statewide Insurrection statewide in the third hour of the program today, But in the first hour the programming talk about co vid And Kenosha. Um, I have Dr Harvey Ridge standing by on the phone. I schedule this a couple of days ago on so we're going to start with covert. Maybe some of you want me to start with Kenosha. We will get to Kenosha. On the program. Presently that is coming up presently. But we're going to start with Cove it because I'm absolutely Privilege to be able to welcome Dr Harvey Rish to my program. He is a professor of epidemiology from Yale University. Some of you may have read his piece in Newsweek. By the way Credit to Newsweek for publishing it where Dr Rish Writes about looking at all of the different studies. On a drug. I talk a lot about hydroxy Claure Quinn. Ah and And counters the media narrative because it is a narrative. It isn't based on science that says Hydroxy. Clara Quinn doesn't work. Dr. Rish Welcome to the program today. Thank you. Pleasure to be with you so The media says. Hydroxy Clark Win doesn't work. The media has painted a picture of this drug cheap drug. As voodoo medicine and even worse than that, In some cases they have painted the picture of this drug is a harmful drug to be taken by people who are who are suffering the effects of Covad 19. So let's start with your review of the actual studies that exists about this drug. And you find what So like what happened, very precise about how you evaluate to study. The problem is that coded 19 disease is at least two very different diseases. It starts with a cold or flu like illness. And then in some people what we call high risk people. Generally, it can transition about day seven or eight to Ah, pneumonia that could become very to be her life threatening hospitalize herbal. Treatment for pneumonia is not the same with the treatment for the flu, and by first, so immediately, you have to distinguish between studies that study the blue type of coal bin and studies that study the pneumonia. So a lot of misinformation that first came out early on in the pandemic was that studies that showed little efficacy by drug Zecora Quint and hospitalized patients were extrapolated. Of the early part of the flu like illness. That's an invalid extrapolation, and then it became apparent by the doctors who are actually out on the frontlines treating coded patients. That not everybody needed to be treated that patients under 8 60 who have no health problems that are there have no diabetes. They're not obese, no cardiovascular disease and so on. Those people by and large, survived the flu like illness fine with no consequences afterwards. So didn't really need to be treated, however. People over 60 or have diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular diseases, Maybe they've recovered from cancer. They have some other reason for immuno compromised that they're on medications. Those are the people who need to be treated. On. Those are the ones who have a much higher risk of developing the pneumonia and being hospitalized and struggling with hospital treatment. So in those people the drug works, then it worked very well. And so if you look at just the studies that deal with high risk patients on treated early in the first five days, say Started in the first five days with hydrochloric went and think and on antibiotic like aces for my sin or Dr Cycling. They all those studies show benefit, and that benefit ranges from at least cutting the risk of hospitalization or mortality of half. Cutting it by well over 95%, depending on the study. And so what happened is that people are just either sloppy and they extrapolated. From studies that looked at lower patients and extrapolated them the high risk patients. Or they intentionally were sloppy. Can and did that. And so what you see is people who cite old. They say there's red than life controlled trials, looking on a drug to cork went out patient that showed no effect, And in fact, those statements are wrong because those studies were done. In low risk patient right people, health care workers who are all under virtually all under 8 60 with you know when they're active and have no major health problems. There's no room for them to do better because they already do better without any medications. Always study showed that exactly so that so when you are going to try to test hydroxy Claure Quinn's effectiveness on a population of people who aren't you aren't at risk of dying, which you're going to find is no difference in people treated with hydroxy Clark wanted people not treated with hydroxy Clark went because there isn't a risk of dying in that population in the first place. From clubs. But in fact you even you even see some indications of benefit even in those people, But because there are so few people who get hospitalized in that group, it's hard for them to be what we call statistically significant numbers or two small Thea other and the other studies were saying wrong population of people. This isn't the drug. You know, the drug isn't meant to deal with people who are Now hospitalized, potentially facing a ventilator situation. It's meant for people in the viral replication stage, right when when you're getting a cold, and you feel like garbage and You are someone in a high risk category. Me ask you this question..
All The Fun Stuff (That Shouldn't Be in Your Drinking Water
"Our guest today is Maury Walker and together, we're going to talk about what's in your water and more than ever. That answer is stuff that shouldn't be Maury. Welcome. Thank you. It's great to be here. We're so happy that you're here. Could you maybe just tell everybody who you are what you do? Yeah. So I am actually at Duke University, I make graduate students starting my fifth year studying micro-plastics. So my doctoral dissertation is in civil and Environmental Engineering Department. Uh studying chemicals associated to plastic and how they end up in. Things like our fresh water or the stomach acid in a bird or fish, and just understanding how those chemicals transform in possibly more toxic than the original products. But yeah, I'm a engineer and chemist. Chemists, Great Brian it's just like you. Same as me yes. Amos me you said, you went to Duke and Queen you love Duke Right look. It's not that I don't love. Duke. It's one of my good friends growing up as like a UNC basketball guy and so. I know I know I know I know sorry about this Amari. Like. We. Don't have to high. It's it's it's different than. Saying. My undergrad was at UC. Berkeley. So my to rival his Stanford right now. Oh Nice Nice Nice my wife. And my wife went to Stanford but she also doesn't care about sports and so people are very confused on they're like Berkeley's terrible. She's we can all be friends. Yeah. We we can work on it. Said holy cow quickly as a reminder to everyone because we haven't done this in a while Our goal always is to provide some context for what we're talking about today and then dig into a action oriented questions that we can all ask to help support today's topic and and Amaury Yup that sounds pretty great to me. We'll see if he can remember how to do this been a little bit of a hiatus. which is which things have been a little a little crazy out there. Just, a little bit just a little bit anywhere anyways Ann Mari We like to start with one important question to set the tone for the chaos follow Instead of saying, tell us your entire life story we like to ask Amari wire you vital to the survival of the species. If I just had like a compilation of guests making that noise after first reaction we need to do that. Yeah it's great. Great. The the easy answer there is that I'm just one person in a collective of people that care about leaving the world a better place than it started, but I I kind hope to. Be Relevant in the fact that I am a black female environmental engineer in chemist trying to change the world as far as micro-plastics in water quality and you know I'm trying to be an inspiration to other people who may not have considered a career I'm like this or you know a the that you can't be a scientist or engineer and even a science communicator. So I'm hoping to take a little bit more of a public facing way to show people that there are people out there trying to change the world
Elijah McClain's parents sue Colorado police over his death
"The family of Elijah MacLean has filed a federal civil rights suit against the city of Aurora, Colorado, You'll remember he was the unarmed 23 year old who died in police custody last summer. Colorado Public Radio's Alison Sherry reports on the latest developments in the case. The incident that led to Elijah McLane's death started with a call to 901 reporting a quote, sketchy looking individual. Police stopped McLane, who is African American. As he was walking home from a convenience store. McClain's family lawyer, Mari Newman, a rural police officers stopped, Elijah grabbed him tackled him to the ground and over the course of the next 18 minutes inflicted multiple types of excessive force against him. McCain wasn't suspected of any crime. In the altercation that followed. Officers put him into karate holds and kept him pinned to the ground. Paramedics who arrived on the scene, then injected him with ketamine, a sedative. His family's lawyers allege the dose was too much for his £143 body size. He went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance, and MacLean was taken off life support several days later. Maclaine's death got renewed attention this spring in the wake of the George Floyd death in Minnesota and became a rallying cry both in Colorado and elsewhere in the country for police
New York City Schools Late In Planning For Hybrid Reopening This Fall
"York City being marked tardy yesterday, the deadline for school systems to submit their reopening plans. The city submitted their plan. But they did it late, and it lacked major details. The city now has a week to fill in the gaps. The outline of what will happen in the fall seems to be something of a hybrid combination of in class. An online learning Mari Laina Marquette E is an occupational therapist of the New York City Department of Education, She tells tens and wins. There is no one size fits all solution, especially when it comes to the state of certain school facilities. Buildings are old. They are neglected, not all of them, but many of them, especially in communities. Where black and brown Children and their families will be most affected by our rush to reopen. Another major concern is how to handle positive Corona virus test results right now, officials say if there is a single confirmed case The entire classroom will self quarantine for 14 days and go all remote when it comes to instruction, But two cases in different classes would trigger the entire school building being shut down. You can get the full plan. Attention wins dot com
Miami Marlins Outbreak Wreaks Havoc on M.L.B. Schedule
"Major league baseball season got underway last week. But so far it's been rough. More than half of the act of Miami Marlins players and several coaches from the team have tested positive for the Corona virus. As a result, Marlins games have been postponed through at least Sunday. But despite concerns over additional outbreaks, Major League Baseball officials have so far balked at the idea of canceling this truncated season altogether. Here's MLB commissioner Rob Manfred discussing the Marlin situation on ESPN on Monday. I don't put this in the nightmare category. I mean, obviously, we don't want any player. To get exposed. It's not a positive thing, but I don't see it as a nightmare. We built the protocols to allow us to continue to play. That's why we have the expanded rosters. That's why we have the pool off additional players. And we think we can keep people safe and continue to play. I've got J. McManus with me. Now she's the director of the Maris Center for Sports Communication and a sports columnist for the New York Daily News, Jane Great to have you with us. Oh, thanks for having me it. Rob Manfred, who We just heard MLB commissioner. There sounded pretty confident at least that he was going to be able to keep his player safe. But the Marlin situation sounds quite alarming. Tell us, you know how things have developed since the first cases were identified on the team. The proof is in front of him hasn't been able to keep his players safe. So the question is, what do they do now? The way that this developed was after a game in Sun on Sunday, where the Marlins were playing the Phillies before that game player had had tested positive for the Corona virus and the team of wanted to play that game anyway. And so I went ahead and played and of course, that Opens the door to exposure not just to the Marlins players, but also to the to the Phillies. And to anybody who's been working in that clubhouse. And so what you have, then is you know one test, turning into multiple tests in an outbreak and a team one of the 30 teams not being able to play going forward and quarantined in Philadelphia. Until they can figure out how to move this season forward
Chili Davis unsure if he'll rejoin the New York Mets
"Met starting pitcher Marcus Stroman will start the season on the injured list. Tore a muscle in his left calf. And right now there's no timetable on when he'll be back. The mitts already lost, starting pitching Noah Syndergaard for the season because of Tommy John surgery, elbow surgery. Former Mets outfielder or one legged Maris is now back with the team agreed to a minor league deal after the San Diego Padres recently. Let him go. The Mets also signed veteran infielder Brian Dozier to a minor league contract and hitting coach Chili Davis has still not decided if you'll rejoin the team this season because of concerned about the Corona virus.
"mari" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast
"You're aware of the discomfort or the sought. A new appreciate it. means. You're live. Good to be alive. But right away you come back. To the basic fact of your living. which is that you are embodied? And you are breathing. And that is your life. Come back. To your basic. Living. Let go. Of the sensation or the thought whatever it is. Jump Onto the next breath, it will be there for sure. Without. Extra thoughts like complaining about you're not a good meditate. Her or you got it wrong, or you got it right or anything like that. Just just like walking, take the next step back to the breath. Easy natural. No stress strain. Might want to extend your wariness once you've established awareness of the breath. You might want to include within that awareness of the breath. The space around your body. The whole room. Listening to sound. The whole sky and earth. Right there in your breasts. You can sit with an expanded sense. Of Location. Right here? Just, feeling that making it into a big idea, but. Feeling. Listening. Inside. Outside. With the breath. Coming back. To the Mari in the breath always. Coming back. How many times? It doesn't really matter. Coming back. GENTLEMAN EASILY! Very forgiving. And Dutiful. Presence That's there. In your own body and breadth. And Heart..
After 87 years, Washington's NFL team changed in two months
"World turned upside down on its head with the announcement that the Redskins after what a century have decided to Finally change their name and Ah ah image and likeness and you know a lot lot into the store because still a lot of the decisions that have to be made. Let's head out to the wait for Dotcom hotline. We're joined by then. Fisher covers the NFL and Olympics for Sports business daily. You can follow Ben on Twitter at Ben Fisher s V. J. Ben will appreciate time and thanks for spending a few minutes with us here in Atlanta this evening. Have you be there? Anytime. So then let's talk a little bit about this decision. Do you think You know, part of the You know, whatever the internal review and things like that, that they had a pretty good idea that they were going to change the name. Do you think that they probably hired a firm? To already start to put the wheels in motion of coming up with new name, new image and things like that. Well, somewhat surprisingly, I don't believe they have That there's an obvious question the sort of thing you'd almost always bring in 1/3 party, um, agency or since consultants. But it appears by all accounts to be a very narrow circle there. Dan Snyder and a couple other people and not many others. Um, I guess makes a certain amount of sense because they know the more people you bring him more likely than a leak conceit. That's about but I'm not sure they actually have gone through a lot of those traditional steps. You would expect that of somebody doing a big rebranding. How much do you think if you just had to even kind of estimate? How many millions of dollars are we talking about from? I don't know. Hiring a marketing or PR firm to help with You know, with all of this, plus the actual creation of a name and logo and, you know, obviously will be merchandising and all that kind of stuff. What kind of money do you think A team gets into when when this kind of process takes place? What? Um I'd say all in and the big cost there, I think would really actually be the the lost merchandise and the things that you've already created, Or you like to be the Mari created there now useless. Um So I mean, I'd say 30 million. Mark is finished. I mean, that's a very uninformed guests. You know, I have to check a lot of things for that Sounds right time. You got your professional thieves, illegal fees. He spent a lot of time in court. Even if no one really fights trademarking, gotta go the European Union and get those trademarks and all sorts of things you and I probably would never consider And then you know you've got what do you think of all the products in this world business cards, Coffee, moans of sign anywhere that has a Redskins logo or a name. We gotta go be replaced in very short order. And the reason that 30 I mean, 30 may be high, but we're all going on the assumption that they want this happened very quickly. And just like constructing an office power if you need it done extra fast. You're paying overtime and your pain for things that you probably rather not. But That's the cost of expediency. Ben Fisher joining us here in the wait for dot com Hotline covers the NFL for sports business daily. Then talk to me a little bit about on. I don't know. I don't know if you know this. You know the process by which We know the league wants this to happen, and Roger Goodell has supported it. But what any idea what goes into league approval is if the owners in a certain percentage About the logo aboutthe name. You know, I mean, any idea about how that process works, at least get that step done and over with Uh, yeah, We don't need to approve it on and that's ah vote of owners. But other than that, it's it's actually it's not entirely clear, not on. There's not a detail procedure in public. And that is public knowledge on exactly how that happened. But the league certainly does have rights over this. You know each of these 32 teams the individual business for certain purposes, but The league knows they're going strong in its weakest member, and they don't want to be placed. One problematic became with another dude. Definitely I'd say so over that, But you know it's a bit of a black box exactly what they would be looking for, or what? Where the where the possible problems spots are on that son. You know, Ben, when the AH When Houston moved the Tennessee I believe it was Was it two years that they played with the Oilers marker or year year and 1/2 for something that they have the moniker before the seven? Okay, so they had them so they had the order. So my point is, is that it wasn't like the day that they moved to Tennessee, they become the Tennessee Titans. How long do you think this process plays out? And maybe compared from, you know, financial and just, you know, is there some comparison to how long it took with the Titans? Even though they knew that they were going to, you know, end up changing this. Can we kind of compare the situations about how long it may take for all of this to finally come to fruition? Well, I guess there's no reason you couldn't compare them because that is the last time a team change nicknames. Um, without you know, part of Ah, relocation or, you know you could talk about the ground Reagan's thing, Whether that was technically an expansion people, whatever but It was the last time you standing franchise without moving cities of changed his name, but it's so long ago. I mean that the scope of their websites but sort of your very basic, just digital properties that the Redskins will need to rename are so much bigger and I like being all that got so much more complicated, but that there is a good four compared to because that was a situation where The name change was part of a broader strategic vision and means that happened, But it wasn't necessarily important that it happened. By given bay. They were able to do things sort of under normal business. This is something now that it is completely different because there is a sense of urgency and we don't know exactly when they want to set up a new maid. But all indications are reporting is basically as soon as possible. And this is not something that you know, most business experts say wise to do. It's possible There's a 1,000,000 different things you get wrong. That re brandy. You want to make sure everything's perfectly buttoned up. So it probably doesn't take. You know, two years it took the Oilers to become the Titans, but it surely would be taking more than the two months that it would take. To put up totally rebranded team on the field in September. So my supposition that the season is going to be something of a neuron period in regard to the Washington football team name, and the more I think about it, the more I think that they might well play this year, just like known as the Washington football Club work. Burgundy and gold uniforms that simply don't have any luck. I'm not predicting that I'm saying that maybe the most likely explanation for them trying to do this this late in the summer. Amid everything else, the NFL is trying to say You're out with the pandemic, of course. Ben, talk to me a little
Haka and cultural appropriation
"The Haka is a part of Mari Culture. It's a type of movement that involves the whole body invoice New Zealand's rugby team. The all blacks performed a version of it at competitions around the globe here they are performing it in Japan during a match last year's Rugby World Cup. Many team members are Maury. What you'll hear is they're stomping their hands beating on their chests entice. On how. It's impressive to watch a Haka. Traditionally, it's not for entertainment. It's ceremonial has deep roots in multiculture. Of course, some people don't understand that and mimic anyway. A handful of Brazilian companies use the Haka in their corporate retreats. The Non Murray owner of Hakka training said he learned hawk. By watching videos of the all blacks rugby team. Another company huck Brazil performed the Haka at a Ted talks event such displays. Displays are drawing criticism from Murray people, and they're calling it cultural appropriation. We'll get more and what Hawk is and represents today. We are going to start off in new. Zealand joining us today by skype from Christ Church in South Island is cut Edina. Tell you to, and he is a cultural adviser, and he is Maori. Welcome to native America calling cut of please feel free to further. Introduce Yourself. He, he he he. He made keenum on Athena. Royal Amiga Kotel Kartal Teen Aquileia Lhasa. Choir here Julio or Tiki nor Knighthood Huda. Moon. Killer. Angry to have you here and so we say Haka in before we go any further. How do you like to describe it? A DESCRIBE IT AS A. Traditional ceremony that was formed traditionally by. Warriors before going to war. A Sierra Monitor trump. Please the. He of. War TOMATO INA. was also a former cy cop. The warriors before battle. at performed in. The different areas such as funerals as a way to express emotions. And it was also used as a way to. Win Strangers, come visit. It was a white make sure they were friendly. visit hasn't not enemies. That in probably pre colonization, the has changed a little bit and Would we do use it for? Entertainment purposes now. But the also that buried deep spiritual connection in traditional values associated with the Hutto. In when you're teaching, young people or young people are taught about this in a traditional sense What are they told what is happening because you're using your breath, you're using your body. You're using your your own personal sound What is taught to young people about why you do this in what it is, you're actually giving. So I think this probably two different forms of teaching now this the form of Hakka where you taught to try and intimidate the the opposition and Chevy Hafeez. Scary became. The. The the the other way where some people are taught. For entertainment purposes for competitions against other. Maori people. but as ways. To Euro has taught. That is very serious It's a very serious epsom is. you must take everything seriously you have to. Respect the the different deities that are involved. You You can't make fun of the hacker. You've got to respect your sisters who? Pass on the knowledge of the hookup. And at different tribes have different roles. whereas brought up, you can only do the hacker. With be a fate. And you hit Utah To. Slap you chased You're McCain. Make as much noise as you possibly came. In, so what does it translate to hookup? So these. Years. Does the Hukou as? Some people call it a pretty bored aunts were. A Warrior's dance, but then it depends on. The HAKKA! This is quite a few different Hukou. Hukou has its own unique. meaning. The I think the mice. Common Hacker around the world seems to be the one the all blacks. The. New Zealand rugby team. Comedy. So they'd say. was dedicated to. A woman, who headed, Chafe and a in the ground and a criminal put. And it expresses have the chief. was fearing death. And how? He didn't he had the sense of being of life again and in hell wants the live. The criminal was removed. He saw the the lady setting on top any saw the light. So this multiple different meanings different hugger. In so when you see it being performed by non-indigenous people, what are you witnessing? More often than not I see. non-indigenous people who think that it's funny. They they mock at culture by doing it. why see? Recently an in London. a lot of Kiwis are over there doing the Haka when the drunk which is quite offensive. It's. I'd say total lack of understanding. Tuttle of respect to air eight sisters in God's into a customs.
Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son
"Longer protesters and demonstrators and activists continue fighting for black lives. The more stories of police killings of black people seem to be coming to light and pressure is now mounting for a new investigation. Into the death of Elijah McCain. It happened after an encounter with three officers last August in Aurora, Colorado. Go to the family. The 23 year old was out buying ice tea when somebody called 911 claiming that MacLean was wearing a ski mask and quote acting weird. His family says, Yeah, he was wearing a mask, but it was to deal with social anxiety. Within 15 minutes, He was put in a chokehold and then injected with a powerful sedative. CBS's David Begnaud has the story. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop. I have the right stuff because you're being suspicious. Rely on I'm going whole relax, or I'm going to have to change this situation. The district attorney investigating the case says that Elijah McClane dismissed the officers requests for him to stop. The 23 year olds family says he was just walking home. He was listening to music. When Aurora, Colorado police approached him last August, the D A. Says McLane was carrying a plastic bag when police tried to pat him down and he refused. He's then heard pleading with the police as they tackle him and use a choke hold on him. Paramedics later arrived at the scene. A medic gave McClane ketamine to sedate him. McLane was taken to the hospital. Three days later, he was pronounced brain dead. 10 months after McLane's death, more than two million people have signed a petition calling on Colorado officials to fire the three officers involved. So far, the Aurora Police Department has declined. CBS News is request for comment. Dave Young is the one who decided not to charge the officers were the actions of the officers justified legally. Yes, Mr Young. Do you believe there was a moment in this where the officers could have de escalated a situation? Absolutely. 100%. They could've done a 1,000,000 things different didn't need to die on and the fact that he died does not warrant the basis for criminal charges in the body camera video cops or heard saying that MacLean tried to take one of their guns. He went for his gun. Mari Newman represents McClain's family. Don't you think if you really had grab someone's gun, we would see fingerprints ended the lifted from the gun. Did you find any evidence that corroborates the officer who said he reached for the gun? I had no evidence to cut. Predict that Shin in McLean is Elijah's mother. They? They're bullies with badges. He wanted to help people. He was a massage therapist. He not only heal others that he killed himself. He was able to accept love give love various forms. According to the district attorney's report, the medical examiner was unable to determine a cause of death. It is important to note that walking around with a ski mask is not illegal, and when you go back to the 9 11 call, the caller didn't say that Elijah did anything illegal. He said. Hey, there's a guy wearing a mask. He kind of is waving his hand. Seems a little strange. You might want to check it out. He says He might be a good guy might be a bad guy. When the police responded instead of observing. Instead of watching hanging back for a bit, the police moved in immediately to stop him. And everything went self from there.
Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843
"This Day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey all I'm eve and welcome to this day in history, Class A podcast that flips through the book of history and tears out a single page every day. Today is June seventeenth twenty twenty. The Day was June seventeenth. Eighteenth forty-three. A clash between British emigrants and Mary known as the wire incident took place on the South Island in New Zealand. It was the first major armed conflict between Maori and British immigrants after the signing of the Treaty of Tonky. The new. Zealand company was a British. Joint Stock Company responsible for the colonization of New Zealand in the eighteen hundreds. It's and director Edward Gibbon. Wakefield believed that a successful colony needed to attract a balance of capitalist laborers. The company claimed to have purchased land in the Cook Strait, read and established settlements at Wellington and Nelson. While the Europeans were purchasing land in New Zealand representatives of the British Crown and Mary, Chiefs signed the Treaty of White Tonky. In May of Eighteen, Forty Lieutenant Governor William Hobson declared British authority over New Zealand. Since the Treaty of Weitang, he was signed. There has been debate over its terms, interpretations and differences between the Mary text and the text. The treaty was meant to recognize Mary ownership of their lands and give Mary people, the rights of British subjects that said many Maori were later dispossessed of their lands. Anyway the New Zealand Company promoted the country as a Briton of the south, and it began to organize large scale migration to New Zealand. But the fertile land required for all the Europeans migrating to New Zealand, did not actually exist. The company was failing. Because arable land was limited land titles were uncertain. There were two mini absentee landowners, and there was no real way to generate income through exports. By eighteen forty three, the immigrants were struggling with food supply, and the company was basically bankrupt. Throughout the early eighteen s more European, emigrants Nelson despite conflict between Mary chiefs over claims to the land being sold. But when it became clear that there was not enough arable land around Nelson for the immigrants, the company began moving forward with plans to survey the wire planes. MARY TEVES NOT TOWA TEI row per ah-ha and others were adamant that the company had not purchased this land. Despite this opposition, the company ordered survey parties to begin work in the UAE Ravelli. So, some of the chiefs. Era and victim the surveyors they burned some of the shelters that have been made from local materials and destroyed some of the surveyors equipment. Police Magistrate Augustus. Thompson issued a warrant for the arrest of involved teeth on charges of arson. A group of about fifty special constables were sent to wire it to execute the warrant. They were armed but inexperienced. On, June seventeenth eighteen, forty three, the company party arrived on the eastern side of the to a marina stream. Mari gathered on the other side of the Stream. It's unclear exactly what triggered the fighting? Though some are accounts, say that a wife may have died I from a stray shot, regardless of fight ensued and twenty two Europeans, and somewhere between four and nine Mary died. Many European immigrants feared that this was the beginning of a larger Mary Insurrection When the new governor Robert Fitzroy arrived in New Zealand that December. He was tasked with
Washington, DC - Naval Academy board chair calls to remove Confederate names
"Congressman who was just named the chair of the U. S. naval academy's board of visitors wants to remove the names of two American naval officers who fought for the confederacy congressman dot troopers burger declaring the academy should not quote be lifting up traders who fought against American values once those names removed from the U. S. Naval Academy the superintendent's residence to host visitors his name for Franklin Buchanan who served forty five years in the U. S. navy and fought for the confederacy at the start of the war while Mari hall is named for Confederate fighter Matthew Fontaine Maury considered one of the founders of oceanography rivers Berger added midshipmen who earned the privilege to study at the Naval Academy should not have to see buildings on campus named for two men who quote fought to uphold
Assange 'secretly fathered two children' in Ecuadorean embassy
"News one of the lawyers for the wikileaks founder Julian Assange has revealed that she has two children with him conceived while he was in hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London Stella Maris says they met in twenty eleven before Mr songs took refuge in the embassy where he remained for seven years she wants him to be released from
"mari" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Body you look like a hard by lying. I hide it. Well I my sadness in my heart body has to take. Joe Is going now because it's not that I don't know man. I think you look great. I'd wear the T shirt anyway. Let so getting back on topic here. Mari. We were just talking about this Vilna. Oh Oh come on my son asking Oh okay oh hello we have another special guest. Hi This my name's Steve We We work above In the To He also does podcast to. We've talked about it. Yeah do you WANNA say hi. Oh Oh awesome where? I couldn't play it for you of I couldn't play it for you now. But it's essentially it just sounds like Internet connection like old Internet connection. Sound Hey guys end. Were all right. What's going to happen next? We're back with Mari. I thought that I wasn't going to be upstaged by another guest. But you guys did this. I loved to talk about what just happened. But there's a potential. That person could listen to that. I think we heard everything rundown is. I just unplug my well. I'm gonNA leave the radio. The radio transmission stuff messed with our stuff With our equipment so we stopped and we went downstairs. And we're like hey when you've done and they were like twenty five minutes and I think They might have thought we were upset so she called her podcasting son. Works is status. See if he could help out and it was very kind she came up. She gave Steve. The phone and Steve talked for a half an hour to try to figure out how the buzz would not interrupt us. You know because you're trying to be respectful. You're just this guy and this guy was being very everybody's related and the guy on the phone was very nice. It's just you know he had quite a few things to say and quite a few suggestions on what could be making that happen. And you know he's got his mom's best interests at heart and I think she probably thought we were more upset than zero. I hope he explained to her because I explained to him. That like none of this is a problem. It's just funny. Who is a machine is.
"mari" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"There's an electrician working below me in you here I can I I can. I can edit this part of us. No problem yeah. Just don't know how long he's GonNa be there. Let me just see if I can. I should I usually tell him I told him. Yesterday I had a radio radio when you're yesterday. How much time do I need to tell him? I need about twenty minutes. Maybe another five or ten because we're about eighteen minutes Much longer all right. Let me see if I can get him to move. Answer that sorry about that Dutifully unplugged the found in. put The dog away in another room and I forgot about the electricity so guy. I live in a condo and sometimes either alarm alarm will go off to somebody who smoked in the garage shore My neighbor a floor above me. I don't know what they're doing out there but they make all kinds of different sizes so yeah so go ahead and good and continue on to okay so sorry I was starting to say So developing strategic plan. So the when I'm working with organizations once the first things that are really Work with them on is developing a strategic plan for their well being initiatives and this shows that they're making a commitment to this being an important part of their talent management and their employees experienced and by saying that it means that they're going to to apply the resources whether that's the money. The people are buying external resources. Whatever it is and that gives them the ability ability to then execute on that strategy in a way that is going to support their goals and objectives for what they're doing for their workforce in terms of programs each each organization is unique we identify what What are the issues for that workforce? We'd look broadly Lee across an organization. So we've looked not only at the individual health of the workforce but we look at the culture we look at the physical workplace. We look in a lot of different elements that come into play that affect welby because wellbeing is is broad and we use a model. That's based on Gallup Gallup or research in some of the work from the Gallup team that has five elements to it and those are physical which she is they call it phys. I call it energy because it's really feeds our energy for us to be able to function well the financial wellbeing because every As we all know if our financial life is out of whack then our whole life can be out of whack Community in connection as elements of how. You know how we're collaborating. We're we're connecting with people. Both in the workplace and in our community and at the core of it is purpose. So how do we as individuals have a purpose that gets US audited. Every day. That motivates US keeps us going and also what set connection to the purpose in the organization. So we we definitely look. Broadly would say some some of the kinds of things that we're seeing as As issues with our clients generally fall into the areas of sleep has been over the last couple of ears a huge issue. We just don't get enough sleep and the quality in quantity of sleep or sometimes both lacking So being able to support employees and give them resources to help them sleep better which obviously is going to give us more energy industry is actually always pretty much always a big one. Our lives have changed over the last ten years with the introduction of various technologies so that we're constantly tethered to our workplaces are constantly tethered to our homes as well in our families which can also be a source of stress So there's that balance that we we have to find in the way to integrate both those so I would say those are probably in that goes to in some industries in the work that you're doing burnout. We hopefully get to a point of burnout but the stress indicators can sometimes tell us that we need to be working on this now so that we can avoid or not Bahama big fan of being preemptive when it comes to those things and In all of those things you mentioned are so intertwined because if you're stressed when you're in constant work mode or haul mode or dealing with those things it's going to impact your sleep and if you're not sleeping well l. then you're going to be more stressed in his starts feeding the monster and it can spiral out of control lot faster than you would want it a to end at the end of the day you end up getting to this state where your optimum self which means you're not the best you can be for your employer your family yourself yourself. Anyone involved so true so true so working people find out more about you in the work. You're doing well our website. It is called The company name advancing wellness and the website is a D. V. Wellness Dot com also on social media media find me on linked in facebook and on twitter as a D. V. Wellness underscore. US That's awesome and audience. I'll have all that information information on the show notes so Mari thank you so much for being on the show and more importantly being really patient. 'cause we've been trying to lend for. I mean I think it was a teenager. We first started to focus too right. I did I did. Did I had lots of hair and when I started losing I was Kinda confused because I'm like wait a minute. My here was thick. What happened L.? I I know it's called You Know Family Heritage Tich but to another story for another day so thank you again for being on the show. I really appreciate you all the awesome work. You're done angst and you tear. Thanks so much until next time everybody would he be well. Hey It's Michael again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. Surely many people you're dealing with some significant stress and possibly approaching burn out. I know how you feel in two thousand nine. My burn out led to a year of worst case scenarios. I.
"mari" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Lucia podcasts guests. Michael here in the half got Mari Ryan on the line. Hi Mary how are you. I'm great Michael. Great to have here you are the CEO and founder of advancing wellness and the author of the thriving hive how people centric workplaces ignite engagement in fuel results. So what prompted you to write a book Doc. I always ask people a fellow authors wine the world. Would you wanNA torture yourself to do that. It's not really torture people but it it's it's not as easy as you think. Now it is not as easy as you would think in in my book is business parable so it's It's a story and what motivated me is that I felt I had a story I wanted to tell about what I believe is the way we should it creating workplaces and creating cultures in Workplaces and. I felt that a book was the way to do that. In a way to get the message. Out in a consistent approach approach and And it was actually a really neat experience to be able to take the time. I have some time set aside early last year to be able to write the book and it was really a fun experience some days. I'd sit down and I wasn't sure what was gonNA come to me and how I was gonNA write it in how has been I shake the story. It's set an beehive so I use that as a metaphor for the system of the workplace and I had to learn a lot about these because I really didn't know much about about bees and it was really fun journey. I really had a blast. Doing what's funny. They use the analogy. Because I know in recent months and the past couple of years and we've heard stories about you know the shortage of bees on the planet. So there's there's some symbolism there on that but AH BS and highs in how they work is I've looked at a beehive up close and I look at the the level of detail detail in design of this thing and Mike houses thing that's like flying around with wings and all of that design something thing so intrinsically awesome in in creates honey which I happen to really love and you know all all of these are the things that reminds me of summer too. 'CAUSE you're living in Toronto and I believe you're in these coasts are summers. Aren't that long. So when when we start seeing bees though some of us go but for me. It's like some summer's here. They're they're out about this is good. We know beehives are actually fascinating and this is part of the reason. I think it's such a great metaphor for the workplace the Although I took some liberties in my book of making you know the the Queen Bee Hierarchical and you know in charge which is not in reality. But it's so interesting how how a hi functions actions how everyone every be does their job and how there's communication that happens between the different functions because there's lots of different from jobs in a hive and how they all work together in a collaborative railway and yet they also have to deal with threats. So yes we agonize. You say there's been a lot of threats to be slightly including environmental threats but there can be other threats like overheating and you know droughts and things like that also impact them and that's really good metaphor for the fact that we have macro environmental things that and macroeconomic things that impact businesses. So we'd actually ended up being very interesting metaphor. Yeah I mean that's great the H. Rosa because again there's there's system in place and you know leadership tears in organizational Designs and things like that that that flush shout in the in this type of model and I know in the pre show we discussed A little bit about the ever changing workplace and and how we have multiple generations that could be working within one organization and as a society as a whole we've got our baby boomer generation in Genesis Gen Y and z all working now And and the dynamic differences between those groups although having having worked with many of them there are more similarities than one would think but oftentimes they get very especially on the depending on the profession in the very drawn lines as far as the differences And the I've seen it in the healthcare space were baby-boomer physicians nations and Millennial Age Physicians do not get along very well at least in my at least my personal experience and me being Generation X.. I look at them and I see you tour very much alike and you don't see it But but you know so near Scranton working with organizations that are dealing with with retention and culture and environments and things like that. What are some of the Common Alan things you're running into when you talk with us people and then what are some things you help those organizations shift towards To improve of the environment within the organization. Well very good questions in terms of how to think about you. Know what we're seeing with our clients in terms of addressing using these issues. I agree that to a certain extent. There's some common things that we need to be thinking about. Regardless of generation people are people and we have some very basic needs. We all feel we wanNA belong so we need to have a culture that shows that a Kearse for people bowl and provides opportunities recognition and the opportunity to to you know let let employees know that their work is valued. So you'd and I think that goes across all generations that's just innately who we are as human beings so from that perspective. I think we have to think about what heard the elements that are our core. You know if there's a set of core things people want to have purpose they wanNA have meaningful work. They want to work with people that you know our friendly and enjoyable and collaborative and I don't think there's generational differences on that. But I think we also need to be sensitive sensitive to and have empathy for the for everyone inning organization across the in those individual generations. I think it's so important for for employers to really ask. Ask The question you know. Understand what the needs are. Don't make assumptions across. Don't make assumptions functions. That millennials all WanNa do this. Gen xers all wanted to this so we one really ask And use the opportunity to understand what's of interest. What are the concerns concerns now? We hear so much more about the need for family. Friendly workplaces and reducing stress in the workplace and being able to have more work-life balance and again just because you don't have kids running around at home you know when you get home at the end of every day as a baby boomer might not have anymore more. That doesn't mean that they don't have stress in their life. They might have a parent. Who's ill in needs caring? So I think we have to really ask your employees understand understand getting those conversations to really have the You know the facts and the the true Information about what's important important to your people. It's crucial and I know that with a lot of employees Regardless of what generation they're from a There's external challenges that they have Sinkhole life whereas when you look at you know half the population in from statistics statistics are are going through or will divorce. You have children issues. we're seeing obviously as our population is getting older. There's a a lot more challenges with caring for parents so they may be a caregiver a depending on how many sick days are personal days organization. you know. They may have to navigate around simple things of getting their washer dryer repaired or they switch cable providers and the cable. We'll company gives us that infamous four hour window which feels like forty But at the end of the day you've got all these little nuances that takes people's roles minds away from work so when they're at work they're thinking about those other things so the productivity naturally is not going to be where it could be so the proactive organizations that I've seen will often have leeway when it comes to giving some flexibility around those life life circumstances. Now it's difficult because I've seen the probably since after the big recession from two thousand eight nine where organizations many of them anyway in were became less smaller than they used to be and they didn't bring back as many people as they add once before so you get less people working in organizations so it creates some challenges as far as coverage or or whatever the situation is whatever field that happens to be so pressures when it comes to workloads in love to hear your your input put on what you've experienced with the people you work with on that. And how do they navigate around. You know those challenges that the recession a left us with for for those of us that were fortunate after survive all of that fun while there certainly are residual effects as you say and I think this is similar in in the the way that you approach. Much of. Your work is that we're finding that in in almost every organization that we work with stress is a big the issue and it comes in part because there may be more work than there are people to do the work and some of that's not changing and if we don't I don't really solve some of those root cause problems We often hear about the wellness programs that organizations are bringing in or the wellbeing programs. And they're focused on you know stress resilience or manny stress management. Enter you know all of those kinds of things but the my concern is that those programs are to a certain extent they can be helpful but if you never remove the root cause of some of the The true stress whether that's because they're short staffed whether it's because it's toxic workplace because of personalities whether it's a place it just doesn't seem to care air for their people whatever the issue may be you've got to resolve those core issues or people just really feel like this. This is just putting a band on a bullet wound. You know. It's it's not gonNA really manner. I use that with the people that I work with with stress. Stress Management and burnout prevention recovery. Is yes there's no shortage of you know how to address out. Okay take a vacation get eight hours sleep eat better. We're all of that stuff. which is Great? You should do that but every one of those things are a band aid. They're not GONNA get to the core reason or reasons. Why someone stresses out the first vice if it's an executive oftentimes they've been really successful as they rose to the ranks and became in somebody? That's in the C. Suite. And they got their congratulations should CEO. You've never had any C. suite training but here you go and they have to shift their mindset inset from being somebody that was used to doing and managing all of that to someone that is directing. That's two different worlds. And sometimes they struggle with that and oftentimes too. They were so used to getting those accolades. You're doing such a great job in rising through the ranks. They almost like an addiction. In a way where the the they want to continue to do that. So they continue drive and pushing and pushing era and again they slowly start to break down because they're not taking care of themselves. They're so focused on doing things that.
"mari" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Revenue shop with that is that right back to the world Mari in Atlanta Georgia W. A. okay Mari you keep it real with al shops he did real well we now are you doing I'm doing well well right now and be quick about hold it in first thing I want to say is that I want my work racism warmer reparations now the next thing I wanna say is that do you see so some reason some of the troops who portals untreated trout like he just told of white glass well here's what I ask you had called last we need to pay for it the last thing I got to say is that it would be very interesting if he loses his job right before black history month and imagine how you feel about black history month after that I'm sorry I have a great week in a row without bistro thank you for your call norm and Florida norm you keep it real with abstract yes Robert how are you I'm doing well yeah so I will use the brother Todd in in in in boulder all wrinkled your record here and and answers were respectfully disagree okay Hey doesn't matter how successful you are as a black one black person let me tell you I made my millions and so here's all these other when a company black pharmacies and so had these black farmers is private black owners of businesses in yet well I think the big yeah and yet we are we are being target we're all being classified is imminent danger to the public it would come down the back we became imminent danger is the public safety when we decided that we were going to go to the pharmacy school at fourteen about how we're doing it in and it exists university of Michigan and that is the greatest danger to to to us I'm not your groomer Tom all we're going to have a black belt business so all all green land of prodigal or the and that Frederick Douglass thing it doesn't matter how much money you put in the black businesses if in fact you're going to be under mine all the time but what I call the sub believes in our case the D. eight member this is a deliberate attempt to try to put a sell they'll call our wholesalers for example and tell him don't do business with movie Lassiter and name cord farms Jean Pierre what this is the time that ms brown but made almost twelve million dollars a year in boys forty people yet his part this is bill is being undermined by a federal government agency and there you know is yeah you for your call is that we've got to put a political and economic agenda together yeah yeah I'm not I'm like what thank you for your call the the economic agenda to lift us in terms of being self sufficient but if we don't have a political agenda that decides who's in D. E. A. L. in these regulatory of of of of agencies they will be used to destroy out economic up as you say economic businesses pharmacies or whatever that's why you need both fan and that's why I think a lot of us that talk about you could do it one way no there's forget politics and economics you need politics to protect your economic because they use politics to keep us out of our lord Jesus thank you represented put put it right to where to go you get all right exactly you call pricey in Detroit superstation nine ten A. M. you keep it real with al shout your brother or your Easter I got so yeah okay I made you shall speak of fall okay bow their two days not see if they want to talk about it and that is for the treatment down here that's the second thing I want to ask you about but the first thing is the the fact that you do the publicans we all Sears within take it to the move to give me a modern maturity control then they're gonna seriously hurt us if if they want if they stay in the majority control after this so much it's all stay the losses Republicans say in majority control in the Senate and no one knows who they get to it you think it's a get get the house that they're going to pay for that should be in the other justices right now there's everybody's talking about you know they they they try to put this fear at all how good the economy's going you know but they we all the credit card air date on this but if it did they lock will go to one concert to praise for the Duke street dollar deficit they don't go to the ninety nine cent debated jumpsuit which they gonna go after all are policy they keep us our schools all the reason we need a healthcare social security take what they will go after okay so that so all of that Sears the meat is the is the precinct delegate I feel that we need to really concentrate on building that out didn't and immunology and they know that they will people come out with the Democrats are not door it's time that we stop talk about with the Democrats and don't do fluff it's time to restart some of the Democratic Party well we use but the other day if there's a precinct delegate is give it to your community you wear a lease to reinforce the vault in your precinct there's a delicate together is always three other precinct delegates and that could really be now you're talking about Justin this city elections you talk about twelve to fifteen hundred fold now this feels very official if you got a voting bloc flight deck you have the power to inhale the ability to tell you the elected officials what how you want your school used to be rare I use but they're also resisting think you could be taken care of Aaron in your in your community needs what you expect out of this question with the police department but the precinct delegates look the same way that the good three party took over the Republican Party so bear we could take over the Democrat party so do a week by week but we got a lunch in the AL not you're not alone this would be would do you a W. as they all of them there's a chap chairman to where it can just this this level where we're coming to Washington DC the ball to the hero and we're gonna we got like seventeen labor concerns there we will be going to give the elected officials telling them this is what we expect out of a day no every unit W. block there we got a hold of a block of people and that's why we listen to a and at thank you have hit on the head Percy you've.
"mari" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"To almost thirty podcast. We started during your transition from our twenties thirties. And now now it's so much more than that so we have events retreats March coming up. Can we do and all the things twenty twenty and we are so grateful. You're here at truly means the world and we're hopeful we can inspire you entertain you make you laugh This podcast we have. Today is really exciting. I feel really special that we were able to connect with Mari Mari. So we're looking forward to it. Yeah we've admired her on instagram for a long time. She was so cool and so many just inspiration during times like I. I remember like following her. During I was like kind of very very in need of those words you know things articulated in a way that like soothed soothed me and she does that and she was just so fun to hang out with we actually recorded does in New York When we were downtown at Saunder and we just had like a cozy condo and just laughed a lot? And what's so cool about her. You know during our interview that that really struck me. There's there's a lot that's very cool about her and her warmth then. Her General Vibe was incredible but I love what I made artists that are so successful and have this huge impact and they truly are just doing doing something they are called to yes. There is nothing beyond that she has always done this sort of art. She has always been someone that expressed herself in this way. Someone that was super thoughtful all someone that was super descriptive with emotions and feelings and has channeled it in this beautiful way on instagram. And then just because she's doing what she loves has millions of followers. Yes it's the coolest like there's nothing beyond that there's no trappings of ego of desire for approval of money and everything like that. It's like doc I just do this because it's me What yeah it's it's a bit really shining example of that magnetism awesome? That happens when you're just like living purpose and inflow so yeah can't wait to get into the interview But I I yeah. I came across this this instagram post from our friend. Rima Lanson I wanted to share. Because it just struck me especially at the beginning of the year you know I do feel like I'm kind of seeking more inspiration Shen than other times but this one I I wanted to read and discuss a little bit. she brie is a AH spiritual teacher. She's a channel She Leads incredible online and in person breath work sessions to unblock parts of your her body and soul So she she says last night in class we explored are blocks as.
"mari" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"My we have a to the world do not Mari's verbalizing here an increasingly widespread sentiment among the Democrat left in this country what do you want to just con socialists Tommy is I was a bit of a pejorative let's find a call them commies are technically not communists because they don't advocate for revolutionary dictatorship of the Central Committee that is in place of a legislature and eat out as others okay fine and it's not really fair to say that the Democrats are commies but they're getting pretty close definitely socialists but the framing here of the issue that on mortgages very interesting she says that because we're a polluter we have a responsibility to the rest of the world now is anyone going to hold China or India responsible for their polluting of course not but in this country were trouble we are and and I would note that they've conflated CO two with pollution CO two is not a pollutant they've now convinced courts and they've now created this whole line of thinking that she to in excess becomes a pollutant Judy was less than one percent of the atmosphere of this stuff that they are are promoting of with with treating CO two like it's the same as is it in your water is insane and CO two is what plants need for photosynthesis another taken CO two they release oxygen and it on more though is setting the ground work here in this is she's not the only one AOC and many others in the green new deal that they want America to start paying the rest of the world for progress that America has made because of fossil fuels we are supposed to pay environmental reparations the rest of the world this is the beginning of this move environments reparations meeting that we have to subsidize developing countries countries that have not been able to you realize technology industry and and just commercial process sees as effectively as we have to become as wealthy as we are we're going to start sending during take money from you yeah the taxpayer money only comes from you the government has no money only has your money they're gonna start taking that and redistributing it to the world this is a global Marxist screen under speaking out openly another is another thing about the green new deal you not you know that the whistle blower situation is garbage because when you have people like Adam Schiff as your standard bearer that's really all you have to know notice how the green new deal of the members of Congress are promoting it are the further to the left the least economically literate I mean the least understanding of basic economics the least under the least judgment on how to promote growth and prosperity in anaconda the worst judgment I should say and how to do those things those are the members of Congress are the most behind this you have to pay attention and that that matters that's not an accident it's not it's not out of no where the people that are saying let's see the green new deal the people you would least want to hire for your private sector company as any kind of productive employee this is on interesting as well Omar and the imbalance of power dynamic please play are twenty one what Minnesotans know one we all over and now there is all of.
"mari" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"My we have a to the world you on Mari's verbalizing here an increasingly widespread sentiment among the Democrat left in this country when we went we just are calling the socialists comedy is obviously a bit of a pejorative let's find a calm conocer tracking not communists because they don't advocate for revolutionary dictatorship of the Central Committee that is in place of a legislature and it out as others okay fine then it's not really fair to say that the Democrats are commies but they're getting pretty close definitely socialists but the framing here of the issue that on a mortgage is very interesting she says that because we're a polluter we have a responsibility to the rest of the world now is anyone going to hold China or India responsible for their polluting of course not but in this country were trouble we are and and I would note that they've conflated CO two with pollution CO two is not a pollutant they've now convinced courts and they've now created this whole line of thinking that she to in excess becomes a pollutant Judy was less than one percent of the atmosphere of this stuff that they are are promoting of with with treating CO two like it's the same as is it in your water is insane and is your two is what plants need for photosynthesis you know they taken CO two they release oxygen and it on more though is setting the ground work here in this is she's not the only one AOC and many others in the green new deal that they want America to start paying the rest of the world for the progress that America has made because of fossil fuels we are supposed to pay environmental reparations the rest of the world this is the beginning of this move environment reparations meeting that we have to subsidize developing countries countries that have not been able to you realize technology industry and and just commercial process sees as effectively as we have to become as wealthy as we are we're going to start sending they're gonna take money from you you're the taxpayers money only comes from you right there that the government has no money only has your money they're gonna start taking that and redistributing it to the world this is a global Marxist screen and speaking about openly another is another thing about the green your deal you're not even know that the whistle blowers situation is garbage because when you have people like Adam Schiff as your standard bearer that's really all you have to know notice how the green new deal of the members of Congress are promoting it are the further to the left the least economically literate I mean the least understanding of basic economics the least under the least judgment on how to promote growth and prosperity in anaconda the worst judgment I should say and how to do those things those are the members of Congress or the most behind it you have to pay attention and that that matters that's not an accident it's not it's not out of no where the people that are saying let's do the green new deal the people you would least want to hire for your private sector company as any kind of productive employee I thought this is on interesting as well Omar and the imbalance of power dynamic please play a twenty one no it is one we all over and now there is all of them but the ability to wield power over somebody else is not always a function of gender or race or sexual orientation this with the left doesn't seem to understand that is in fact often people running a government apparatus you look and sound and speak very much the same way as the people they are oppressing that that can happen to the problem is actually the mechanism of government power that violates individual rights individual dignity that's where a lot of pressure comes from but she was giving you essentially a a working definition of intersection alley which has become on yet another obsession on the left intersection malady is the basis for so much of the far left thinking on issues ranging from climate to health care to really everything and it just means that they view and whatever the issue is I can never just be what's good for people it's always what does this mean for this group what does it mean for that group who is being elevated who is being suppressed it's a dizzying and ultimately five just worthless exercise but that is what they want to do with every government policy put it in the framework of intersection out a box section thanks for listening to the Buck Sexton show on talk radio six eight WCDMA.
"mari" Discussed on SmoshCast
"Go. You look like you're going to something. He's carrying his tree around. Yeah he has like a tree that's an inset so you shooting some stuff here and so you carry this tree to you mean you mean tree straight up tree. Wow A full-blown trees. That's a fire hazard hazard somewhere. Yeah probably I don't even know how he got in the elevator. It's probably like seven or eight foot tall tree. The tree have a pass on sorry. That was uh it's so loud. Oh my God get addicted. Yeah the trees a total fan girl too. It's so annoying. I will say as awkward as I can be what I'm trying to meet people talking. Dancing is the best way for me to connect with people and we were at an event a couple up on nights ago and I was just kind of like hanging around on the sidelines. Keeping no getting down you guys are like it looked like a mosh pit but like like as dancing wincing mosh pit so everyone's very like no one's pushing each other but everyone's just like that sorta mosh pit and they're right in the middle of it and then like I come around and I'm like what's going on what's going on and then one of your buddies may name bid pulls me in. We were all dancing but I met a lot of really cool the people that way so sometimes it doesn't have to be verbal. You can save Mari on the dance floor is a force to be reckoned with. She actually surprised me to other. I know you had that in you. She's dance like a black girl. Little Bit.
"mari" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is a ready and the Mari Crisium I see a crisis and we landed the first moon landing was in the trend quality right wasn't trying but the photos they make them look all flat black like flat top parking lot yeah but I used to take those black and white pictures and try to enhance and then they succeeded and then I just talked to the lines and curves and hollows and they are not telling us the truth even about the surface of the moderate and people and I said you know it looks like to me like they made a model and they filled in all the Mari's with plaster and paint it black and then last year last June as you know I I I rummage and rampage across the internet looking for everything in you don't miss much I thank god that he gave me the size because the eyes I have have made it possible for me to share all of these wonderful discovery of some terrible discoveries that I've made for example the JFK assassination cover up you know that that was a terrible but wonderful discovery because it shattered the illusions that they had imposed on us they say the American people who believe that oz was shot the president believes uprooted from Israel we're no better off than a bunch of Munchkins in laws and that's exactly how they were treating us so I said that they were pulling this information technology to the photographs which has led a lot of people to say that we didn't go to the moon we didn't land on the moon and everything is doctor for reserve a doctor then I say yes the floors of Dr but not because we didn't go to the moon but because they wanna hide was really there and one of the things that NASA was hiding for years was the true colors of the moon why hi to callers rob well because.
"mari" Discussed on Forever35
"But when I was starting out, I mean, even though I wasn't doing it to get followers by any means when I started picking up floors. So when I had maybe around ten thousand that felt like the most pressure because it was like, whoa, I have so many, but it's like, what am I doing? It was so abrupt, it was so fast. They grew really quickly. And I think at that point it was like, oh my God. What is like sometimes I think about it as like emotional, skinny dipping. It's like you're just out there in the water, your naked. It's great. It's beautiful. And then when I got to a certain number of followers, it kind of felt like someone took my clothes and all of a sudden I was like, oh my God. What am I doing like? What is this? I'm so. Out in the open, but now I used to it. You know, it doesn't really affect me anymore. Emotional skinny dipping is a phrase I want to use for every. It applies to a lot like dating. Yeah, putting your life on Instagram, whatever. We get a lot of listeners who write to us asking just kind of how to maintain a positive attitude while dating. And since you're so focused on your own happiness, how does dating play into that? Are you able to approach it from a place of gratitude and happiness. Oh, good. Sort of, I. In what I mean by positively ally. Does have a lot to do with boundaries. So it's just being so aware of how I'm feeling and how I'm being treated. So if I go into a day or relationship and I'm not feeling the way I wanna feel that is my signal that is not the person for me, and I try really hard to keep that attitude of not that I'm so hurt and I am devastated by this, but I learned that this person wasn't right for me, and that's really, really hard to do, but that is kind of what I try to bring is like, what is not for me will miss me and what is meant for me. We'll find me and I am on a totally different journey than anyone else. And. I tried to move through like that. It can be really, really hard because I think I don't know if it's a specially in New York, but it certainly especially with app culture, you do start to feel sort of disposable and you do feel like, you know, totally replaceable, and I don't like feeling that way. I wanna feel like a treasure and it's hard to find someone who has really done the work to people like that. And you know, him goes for me. I see myself too, and I see myself treating people in a not super kind way. So it's challenging. I think the only thing that really helps me is just remembering that. The only way that you're going to find what you're looking for as far as love is to keep giving it, you know, like, keep going keep you can't. You're not gonna find the love of your life by sitting in your room and feeling sad, you know. So you have to like heap. Just keep giving and it's so hard to do, but I don't know. It's really hard. I don't have any great advice. It's been. It's been a journey for sir. This has been so great to get to talk to you like, truly I, it's fun. It's fun to get to know you the person as opposed to the little face. I see drawn because you're not a figure you you're a living breathing human. So it's so wonderful to get to learn more sites of you. Thank you so much. I so appreciate that Mari. So we know you have an Instagram. Is there anywhere else that people can find you. Not really. Okay. Care. Yep. But say by my Angie token can find my book there and everything you've ever wanted to know about, you know, my favorite animal, etc. So sit. Sit. Well, thanks again, you so much. Thank you. This is such a pleasure. Okay. Yes. Story house the purge going dorey as followers over Instagram of noticed. I purged my fridge last week and it was there a -peutic and healing, and I did it at nine thirty at night, which was the best idea..
"mari" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"mari" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Hey with mari bharti you got doing right hey i just hate i detest you gotta find man in down here nick bathroom keys yeah that's great all right thank you we appreciate it they worked on but that's you know it's infield dribbler a fielder's choice we got on base did we we got on base there was an out a second like night contact there was contact me there we'll kane didn't make any content fate will cain just took three strike who got on base then peik stone cold pole your bannister yeah yeah mcmahon around there i made a whip is breath no he's not here gosh dang guys better daddy matter all right i think that's enough we've run that as far as we can that was a very limited fake few the shorts for him yeah the second verse mike you want me to jecht do you want me to just get out of this or do we keep taking hacks here seven eight six four five six four three seven because this is the problem like i can't talk anymore about regular season cavs raptors basketball i can't talk anymore about dwight howard thirty for thirty that's really great it was thirty and thirty not a movie that's a fun that is a fine.