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A highlight from How you can Unleash your Potential and Achieve Dreams -- Interview with Katrine Horn by Shevo Umweni
"Hi, everyone. My name is Marianne See. I'm talking to you from Portugal. Please continue listening to Chabot's wonderful podcast. He's a great, great podcast host. Hi, I'm Terry Tucker, author of Sustainable Excellence, the 10 Principles to Leading Your Uncommon and Extraordinary Life. I'd like to encourage you to reach out and listen to Vivid Vision Podcast with Chabot. He's a remarkable young man, and I think you need to spend the time to listen to what he has to say. Thank you very much. Welcome to the Vivid Vision Podcast. Thank you for tuning in and making your choice to tactical strategies to implement on your way to greatness. And now, here is your host, Chabot Umani. Hello, listeners. Welcome to Vivid Vision Podcast with Chabot Umani. Today, I'm with a wonderful guest. Her name is Katrien Hahn. She lives in Toulouse in France. So the first voice you'll be hearing would be Katrien Hahn. Hello, Katrien Hahn. Hello, Chabot. How are you? I'm doing very fine. How are you? Good morning. I'm excellent. It's a beautiful day, and I'm excited to be talking with you. Thank you very much. I read you help women especially, right? You help everybody, but your concentration is majorly young. Well, most of the people who come to me for life coaching are women, and I think that's because they identify with me and with my story. So just to fill you up on that, I haven't always lived in France. I used to live, well, I was born in Denmark, which is in Northern Europe, and I wanted to play the harp when I was little. The harp is a musical instrument and like with lots of strings on it, and I thought, oh, wow, I really want to play that. And then I got the idea, well, I want to emigrate to the UK to go to music college, and so I did. And obviously, lots of people told me, well, it's impossible. You can't audition for music college and get in. You're just fantasizing, right? But you know what? I did it. I auditioned, and I got in. So that just proved to me that I could do anything I really wanted to do. And that felt so inspiring, and that is really just how I've kept living my life, having dreams and then following them. Is that something you can recognize from your life, Cebo? Yeah, I love music too. I help women, ambitious women, who've got a dream, but they can't quite believe that it's possible for them. So they're willing to believe that it's possible for other people to achieve their dreams, but they just think that they've got something that prevents them. And that could be anything, but when we really take it apart, when we really look at what is preventing them from following their dreams, it's just thoughts that they're having about themselves, about society, about their dreams. And once we have spotlighted or highlighted those thoughts, then we can question them. And that's really how coaching works. We take a thought we've got about something. So in my case, with this story I just told you about leaving Denmark to go to music college in London, my thought about that was it might not work out, right? So for me to take action, I needed to believe that it could work out. It just could. And then I just needed to practice that thought over and over again until I thought it probably will work out. Or if I do what's necessary, if I practice my heart a lot and I play really well, then it's possible. Do you see what I mean? So I'm working on my thoughts and once I've worked on my thoughts, I can then adjust my feelings because imagine traveling to the UK, believing this is not going to work. It's not going to feel good, is it? I'm going to feel despondent, defeated, that kind of feeling. But if I travel to London believing this will probably work out perfectly because I have prepared myself well. I can play beautifully and I have practiced a lot. So this will probably be a tremendous success. I said everybody has this fear in them, but it's only those that are able to conquer their fears that are able to achieve great things. Yeah, by conquering our fears, I'm much more for feeling them deeply. So my idea is that if you really feel your fear deeply, you really feel it, you get so familiar with your fear that your nervous system will no longer be afraid of it. So it sort of gets used to the fear being there and then the fear stops interfering with what it is you want to do. Do you see what I mean? Yeah.
A highlight from IP#500 Sr. Mary Ann Fatula The Wonders of the Mass and the Eucharist on Inside the Pages with Kris McGregor Discerning Hearts podcasts
"Discerninghearts .com presents Inside the Pages, insights from today's most compelling authors. I'm your host, Chris McGregor, and I am delighted to be joined once again by Sister Marianne Fatula, who holds a doctorate in systematic theology from the Catholic University of America and taught theology for more than 30 years at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus. She's the author of numerous books, including Heaven's Splendor and The Riches That Await You There and Drawing Close to the Holy Spirit, Keys to a Transformed Life and Joyful Heart. With Sister Marianne Fatula, we go inside the pages of The Wonders of the Mass and the Eucharist, Insights of the Saints, published by Sophia Institute Press.
Beaconcha.in Agrees to Maintain 4byte.directory
"Ethereum block explorer Beacon chain announced it will now become the sole maintainer of the four byte directory signature database piper Marianne, the creator of the four byte database said he no longer wishes to manage infrastructure for the project and has decided to transfer ownership to Beacon chain who has agreed to maintain it. Four byte directory is a database of over 1.2 million Ethereum function calls signatures, developers and users can use the database to search bytes and event signatures and map them to their human readable versions. It also features an API for retrieving and filtering signatures for byte directory, processes close to 8.6 million daily requests.
Charlie Breaks Down RFK Jr.'s Bid for the Democratic Nomination
"Talk about how this is going to impact the Democrat primary, which I find to be very interesting. Whether Biden ends up being the nominee or attempts to be the nominee, he's going to have a challenge. He's going to have a challenge from a Kennedy, not just the chakra woman, the yoga, the crystal person, the B one with the universe, the gnostic hermeticist, whatever thing, you know, just sit and meditate and get to a higher plane of existence. Okay, great. That's Marianne Williamson. She's trying to become president not going to happen. By the way, Marianne Williamson's welcome on this program any time. Mister Kennedy is welcome on this program. In fact, we're trying to book him. I would love to have Joe Biden on the show as well. Anybody running for the presidency is welcome on this show. You'll get uninterrupted time to talk, and then we'll ask you, tough questions. And so Bobby Kennedy junior, by the way, we don't even know if they're going to hold debates, but this will at least create noise in the Democrat primary. And noise is helpful, actually, because currently the Democrat party is a Chicago style stalinist machine. It's like the Borg resistance is futile. You can not defect. You can not challenge. You can not question. That's all Robert F. Kennedy Jr. does is question. He's made a career out of it. He says, why is it that way? Why can't I sue? What if so many kids have autism? Can't ask that question. Your anti science, if you ask why, now one in 34 kids have autism. Okay, well, maybe it's the vaccine. Maybe it's not, but what other explanation do you have? We diagnose it better. And that's not the only thing he talks about, by the way. He talks about the deep state of doctor the unelected bureaucrats. It's not the only, it's not the only thing that is part of his political repertoire. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is one of the most articulate and thoughtful political activists going after the administrative state in the fourth branch of government. And I would say this right here, I would vote for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for president over Mitt Romney any day.
Anti-Vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Runs for President, Media Scoffs
"63. This just into CNN. Anti vaccine quack, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has filed paperwork with the federal election commission to run for president as a Democrat in launching his presidential bid Kennedy is the latest in a long line of family members to enter politics. So far only Marianne Williamson, who lost months launched your second long shot campaign was entered the democratic primary against Biden, Kennedy is such a healthcare menace in 2019 even his cousins wrote an op-ed criticizing his anti science views on lifesaving vaccines. I mean, it's hard to even put into words just how silly that entire broadcast is anti vaccine quack. I mean, he asked questions. I don't know if my views are the same as Bobby Kennedy on every single vaccine. I don't know, but he's going to ask questions. You see, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has a pretty solid argument that Jake tapper would never air, which is this, which is why are we allowed to sue most companies, but we're not allowed to sue the major vaccine manufacturers.
"marianne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Marianne Williamson is once again announcing her intention to run for president as a Democrat, challenging president Joe Biden for the nomination. The author and self described spiritual leader in Washington today said that she will enter the 2024 race set on bringing change to a divided America. This government is now more than not a system of legalized bribery. And this system will not change itself. The status quo, ladies and gentlemen, and everyone else will not disrupt itself that our job. She made the official announcement at a scheduled event today at union station in Washington, D.C.. Federal Reserve bank of San Francisco, president Mary Daly in comments prepared for a speech at Princeton University, said policymakers will likely need to raise interest rates higher and keep them higher for longer. Deli said inflation remains high in each sector, goods, housing, and other services. And that the bumpy nature of incoming data paints an unclear picture for disinflation momentum, the fed has raised aggressively in the last 12 months, lifting the fed funds target rate from nearly zero up to a range of four and a half to 4.75%, daily said this tightening will pronounced was and remains appropriate given the magnitude and persistence of elevated inflation readings. Amazon.com is closing 8 cashierless Amazon go locations in Seattle, New York and San Francisco. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. It marks the ecommerce giants latest round of cost cutting amidst slowing sales growth, the company said the affected stores will remain open until April 1st, and Amazon spokesperson said like any physical retailer we periodically assess our portfolio of stores and make optimization decisions along the way. Charlie palette Bloomberg radio. Authentic brands group is nearing a deal to pay about 1.3 billion for the parent of quicksilver and billabong software brands that, according to people familiar with the matter, a deal for board writers could be announced as soon as next week said one of the people who asked not to be identified. No final decision has been made and discussions could fall through. Board riders, which also owns the Roxy brand is controlled by oak tree capital management, representatives for authentic brands and oak tree declined to comment, board riders couldn't immediately be reached for comment outside of regular business hours. Former Brazilian president jair Bolsonaro got an enthusiastic welcome from U.S. conservatives gathered in suburban Washington and said his mission is not over. This while leaving open the possibility that his movement might continue without him. Bolsonaro spoke on the final day of the conservative political conference today. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
Williamson becomes Democratic primary's 1st Biden challenger
"The 2024 presidential race now has its first Democrat. Man, it's not President Biden. Self help author Marianne Williamson says she's running again and repeating the message she ran on four years ago, repairing America's trauma. There are a lot more people in this country who love than who hate, but those who hate, it was seriousness, and they are politicized. Williamson's the first major Democrat to challenge the president, who has not yet formally announced a reelection bid, but has long said he intends to run again. I mean, how many times does he have to say until you believe it? First Lady Jill Biden told the AP's darlene superville last week, the president's not finished yet. Is all that's left at this point is just to figure out a time and place for the announcement. Pretty much. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
"marianne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Again. Defense attorneys had argued that he had learned hate from white supremacist websites and was regretful for his actions. Global news powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. And this is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia. I'm Brian Curtis, along with Rashad salama. We're here in Hong Kong and our guest is Marianne montague. Poli four portfolio manager at gradient investments. Marianne, you probably heard Doug and I'm using over this much higher for longer possibilities for the fed. When the data changes, we should change, right? Or do we need to factor in the lag effect and just be patient? Well, I think Brian, we've got that combination. We are waiting for that lag effect, but it's so lagging that we have to expect that we're going to get a couple of more 25 basis point hikes in the rate this spring. And recognize that while the fed is tightening, that also has the effect of raising rates by about 25 basis points each time each go round. So we really are in a higher interest rate for longer scenario as far as we're concerned. Yeah, the thing is you have a look at what is happening in the U.S.. Is this also despite interest rates going up? You would have thought people would be borrowing less, but we've got consumer credit card and lending at near record highs right now. So is this all just being fueled on debt? It is, but you have to recognize too that the labor force is getting hit by the fed. They don't like the numbers that big number that came out on February 3rd. Is highly unlikely to be sustained. But right now, jap openings are about equal to the number of people searching for work and layoffs are happening in those higher paying jobs while we're seeing additional people brought into work at very low paying jobs. So when you have a scenario of your friend is getting laid off or your next door neighbor is getting laid off and such, I think that will put a pause on the consumer borrowing. Yeah, they spent their savings now they've borrowed money. And so we could be getting towards the end of that, that cycle. But you have to, you know, you have to take your hat off and give a hat tip to the strength here in the economy. And that's a nice offset to higher interest rates, isn't it? I'm particularly if people don't need to borrow, they feel comfortable going out and spending. Well, I do believe it's rather temporary, and we can see that in retail sales that were reported today. It looks like there's strength there. It was 3% versus expectations for 1.7% increase. But you have to recognize that sales were down in the prior two months and January is the month of clearances. So people were looking to get the deals that 17.5% increase in sales at department stores. That's telling me that people are just diving into real savings because they're nervous. What about the market then? What are the implications here that should of course engender a bit of optimism, but there's always sometimes a good news being bad news. And what does it mean for your stock picking and et cetera and what you put into a portfolio? Well, here's a couple of things. On the equity side, we believe in buffers. Buffers are akin to keeping your seatbelt fastened when the airplane is in motion. So innovators and first trust both offer a variety of ETFs that provide a buffer to the downside, call it 15% or so. While providing some upside to a cap over the next 12 to 18 months and I would look for something maybe in the 20s for a cap on my buffer. But that's one recommendation on the equity side on the fixed income side. We're keeping duration below the 6 year level that's in the ag index. We're overweighting investment grade and high yield given those very current high rates of yield. But again, we're keeping our duration short. Yes. High yield today down about two tenths of 1% well, if you look at HYG, I got to ask you about China. Yeah, we had a little uptick in the NASDAQ golden dragon index, but the past two weeks has been brutal out here with about a 10% sell off in the indexes in 20% in some key names. What are you thinking about China at this moment? Yeah, I just think there's a lot of strikes going on right now politically. And manufacturers and other purchasers of items from China have to be very nervous. So the way we would play the situation is to look at small cap stocks. So they're going to be U.S. based small cap stocks. We like high quality balance sheets, strong cash flows. And here's an ETF where you can find that. That's the
Bill Maher Hosts Panel Over Canadian Truckers
"We scoop Bill Maher. The vac Rama Swami is on this panel. And former Democrat presidential candidate Marianne Williamson. So that's the panel. You got Bill Maher, the entrepreneur that ramaswami, who we interviewed last week and the former Democrat candidate Marianne Williamson, I want you to hear this segment from HBO's real time with Bill Maher. The beautiful thing about a democracy is that so far, thank God this has been a peaceful set of protests. I hope it stays that way. That's part of the messiness of democracy. It's part of what makes it beautiful. You're all ready for that one. I've been watching. I agree that democracy is messy. And that's the price you pay in a way for free society. As long as we're going to honor free expression, protest is important, but also protest is inherently disruptive. So the line we have to find for ourselves is where does disruption become harm? These people have spoken, they have expressed themselves. They have a lot of passion behind their message, obviously. And what the Canadian government and any government has to then balance is at what point does this now move over into more than your grievances, but the grievances of people such as workers in Detroit and elsewhere who are finding economic harm because of these protests. I think it's interesting. And why truckers? And I thought, you know, like during the pandemic, you know, I talked about this many times. You know, we would see these Ed rolling it together and I think, no, we're not. No we're not. Some people who stay home and some people who bring them the food. You know, if you're just ordering Amazon and you don't ever have to go out and your job, you can do remotely. But who's bringing the Amazon things? The trucker,
Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat
"There's a really interesting new snippet from Politico. They do a daily deal called playbook, most of it is garbage to be honest. It's kind of gossip. It is the closest thing that has been created in D.C. to kind of page 6 of politics, not to say that it's poorly sourced, but it's kind of gossipy. It's one off sources and people read it like that, but this one was super interesting. It says this that, and this actually cites a New York Times article from Katie edmondson. That's a good Swedish name. With the latest state of play and Sarah faris and Marie Marianne Levine and Nancy vu. My goodness, a lot of authors of that article. Democrats are starting to come to grips with the quote looming election reform defeat and quote grapple openly grappling. With what to tell their voters when they come up short. Frontline House Democrats eager to boost their prospects in November are urging their party leadership to break up build back better into a series of votes on popular planks. Even if that means giving up one grand Bill, even if those bills have no shot of becoming law. But Washington posts Mariana Sotomayor reports that leadership has been cool to this idea so far. While some front liners want to focus more on selling the infrastructure law and other accomplishments, steny Hoyer says, quote, the tension was surfaced in a meeting earlier this month. And the second highest ranking member of their caucus. Susan wild from Pennsylvania says I don't care. Telling Hoyer that House Democrats should spend the year sending bills to the Senate with the hope of bipartisan deals that could be reached on issues important to a broad range of voters. These Democrats are talking more like Japanese kamikaze pilots than
'The Case for Christ' Author Lee Strobel on the Biggest Christmas Misconception
"You out there I want to welcome back to the show A good friend to the show for his second appearance a guy who wrote a book that changed my life The book was called the case for Christ it's a magnificent book Lee strobe Lee welcome back to the show Well thanks so much Dan Merry Christmas to you and your listeners Merry Christmas to you as well my Friends so we spoke last time and will be rerunning that interview I got so much feedback about your book the case for Christ Little background folks again Lee Yeah people loved it Lee was a journalist writing a book and again leaf I mischaracterized his stomach but trying to discredit he existence of Christ and found himself becoming a believer while writing the book and wrote about his journey in a book called the case for Christ It's magnificent I just learned today Lee then you have a book as well called the case for Christmas So I am going to be picking this up today and it turns out there are a lot of misconceptions about Christmas that you've discovered in your work You want to go through some of them for us Yeah sure One of the big misconceptions I think stems from the fact that there's a certain Greek word that was mistranslated in the original King James version It's a work Catalina which is a Greek word that refers to a guesthouse And so when you read the story about the Christmas you know everybody's familiar with It's a Marianne Joseph go to Bethlehem for the census And the returned away by the mean oil innkeeper and so she has to give birth either in a cave or in a stable or something like that Well there was really no innkeeper that really wasn't all in The word can't Lima that's used in by the gospel writer Luke refers to a guest room And so what this means what actually happened is in the first century in a Jewish home in Bethlehem it would be one big room divided into two places One places for the animals to come at night and they would keep the animals indoors and there was a major there with some hay for them to eat built into the floor And a few steps up and then a living area which is where they would cook and sleep and so forth And sometimes the animals would come upstairs there's a couple of stairs there into the living area and so they had a major there as well Now some of the wealthier two families would have a second room A guest room called the Catalina And that's what the Bible is referring to And so what happened was Mary Joseph come into town and there was no room for them in the guest room of the house But there was room apparently in the family room and that's where she gave birth not in a cave not in a stable But there were animals around because they were allowed into the home at night And so that part would be accurate So I think people get the misconception that says all in keeper that somehow shun Mary and Joseph from
"marianne" Discussed on Wort zum Tag
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Tracking Growth Marketing in 2021
"Gonna be talking about growth marketing day. All kinds of really important subjects obviously was fintech as focused jonathan. You're up here but you're muted. Because twitter likes to annoy people that way. John are you there i am. Hello danny how are you good. We're getting people through this tunnel one next. We're going to get marianne set up here in just a second but in the meantime i'm going to introduce our speaker today. So jonathan metric is the chief growth officer at portage ventures or advises a global portfolio with companies including wealth simple in canada albert in the us and clark in germany previously. He was the chief marketing officer of policy. Genius when the largest intertek marketplace's leading a division of forty plus growth marketers in scaling revenue. Kennex over three years jonathan. Welcome thank you thank you very much. It's great to be here and excited to be on this new pop pharmacist by twitter spaces. Hang out so. I'm excited to see kind of how this goes and great to chat with you to today but growth and fintech absolutely. Well i will say it's gone from alpha to beta at this point. It was pretty janke the first few times we did this. Maybe two three months ago. And i think the android app is now working at doesn't crash every five minutes. Good started when you think about growth and twenty twenty one i i to me growth has been the uber story of the entire year in every company is growing. The marketing channels are getting congested. Cat costs are going up on almost every pay channel. It's more competitive than ever on organic. What are you thinking about these days when it comes to growth in two thousand twenty one. Yeah i mean. I think you you hit the nail on the head there right and i think you know if we dial it back a little bit to the beginning of cova. I think there was a bit of a pause on you. Know is the sky falling. Are we going to be growing all right. And i think you know a couple of months after that in twenty twenty we saw immediate rebound with folks just kind of shifting attention to online direct ways of buying products that weren't necessarily in person direct to consumer. And you know. I think growth really road that way right and when i think of gross you know i think it's more around folks who are looking at driving revenue for their business and that can involve marketing can involve product and Components performance marketing.
"marianne" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
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Movie Musical 'Annette' Is a Straightforward Story yet a Directorial Fever Dream
"Opera. Annette got this year's Cannes Film Festival off to a boisterous start. The crowd gave a full five minute ovation for stars Adam Driver and Marianne Cockatiel, also for the band Sparks, which composed the music. Our critic Bob Mondello, says that the festival audience going crazy kind of make sense because the film itself is kind of deranged. Before there's anything to look at on screen and there will be astonishing things to look at. We hear the voice of director Leos Carax telling us that he intends what we are about to see to be literally breath taking. Breathing will not be tolerated during the shell. So please take a deep last breath right now. Thank you, And then he gathers his cast. So may we start and they sing their way out of the recording studio. So may we start and into the streets of Los Angeles to start a story of odd couple, Henry and Anne entertainers of radically different temperaments. Henry calls himself the shape of God and stops the comedy club stage. I'm here to make you laugh tonight. A green hooded bathrobe, scowling and muttering at his audience. Yes, laugh laugh. Wow, I'm not sure I can do it tonight. I'm not sure I should. Even trying Making people laugh is, uh, disgusting. He means that alienating paying customers is his stick and has played almost psychotically by Adam Driver. Henry is good enough it insulting patrons. It's amazing. He still has any. But on this night, his rant includes the confession that he's gotten engaged to a far classier celebrity who's played by Marianne Courtyard. No, this ain't a joke so far. Yes, and different throw stuff. What's wrong, Lady and in me, you disagree. Why is she too Perfect. Yes, I and I some loads some insect. Okay, I'll accept that
"marianne" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Marianne has been trying to get better about packing light. Right. Maryann? Yeah. Mhm. As you know, this is a topic for us. It's my latest session to no matter how long the trip is, pack everything into a carry on. I saw a friend of mine doing this month. I could not believe it. And at the time we were going away for just a week, we were going on a yoga retreat. And I couldn't believe she was the only person with everything is in a in a carry on. And I started to learn how to do this. So I started doing a little bit more research, and I thought it was a good time of year to talk about this. I hope that this means I will no longer have to stand on top of your suitcase to get it closed. Now the goal is to pack only what you're going to use. So I am full of tips. Okay? Are you going to follow these tips yourself? I'm going to try to, um but look, So here's what you need to do. You need to think of. If you're going to go away for one week. It's the same amount of clothes as you would need. If you were going to go away for two or three weeks or even months, because you keep washing and reusing so just Think about it as a week at a time and keep it like super simple and pack the right way. And, of course, everything depends on your destination and the length of your trip. So the list that I'm going to give you of things to pack is if you're going to a warmish climate for a week, But of course it changes. If you're going to go skiing, you're going to take ski clothes instead. You know what I mean. So, um Anyway, so I and by the way, it's kind of like a long list, so I'll go through it really quickly and then I'll post it on savvy dash planet dot com. So that you can look at it because I know that I mean, I'm not trying to say that nobody's ever got on a trip and you don't know how to pack or what to pack. But having a list handy is so important. Like, Don't you find yourself making notes? I see you doing that I do the same thing. Oh, yeah, my pocket. I don't forget certain thing. My pockets are filled with ad Libs. You know that? No, but I mean for packaging O l uh no, I keep that I keep that in my head, usually, although, if I'm running around the house getting ready to go somewhere, I'll think of something. I will write it down True. Yeah, I'm on getaway day. I like to have that list that I don't forget anything. Yeah, Alright. What's on the list? I usually do. Forget something. Okay, so If you're a man, All right, I'm going to run through these really quickly. If your man you need 3 to 4 T shirts, 1 to 2 pairs of shorts, two pairs of pants, a belt along sleep dress shirt, short sleeve shirt, six pairs of underwear and thought a swimsuit. A hoodie, a lightweight, waterproof jacket, A baseball cap. You always forget your baseball cap, Bob. A pair of everyday shoes, a pair of hiking or running shoes and foot block. You know the caps could if you have crazy here in the morning and you want to run out and get something and Really 66 pairs of underwear. For how For how long for a week. You know you're wearing one. And then you change. Uh, should we talk about the fact that you don't really Well, guys, guys don't a priority for you guys. You know, we don't swell sweat or stink. You know, we're flying right? We don't need to change that much. Yeah. You need to bring a lot of laundry soap if you don't bring six, Okay? I don't want you re wearing the underwear. Okay? Have we had this conversation a few times? There's this too personal we'll We'll edit this out when the segments broadcast. Don't worry. A alright if you're a woman fortified tops. Long sleep shirt, sweater or blazer. You know, so that you can just, you know,.
Education and Incubation of Nurse-led Innovation
"So talk to us about your organization. How are you guys adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. And what you do. Today you are so at ten nursing. We really have been systematically they knew about how to integrate innovation into the curriculum and beyond for our nursing students faculty and staff and so it starts out obviously with education and we've started creating courses around innovation. Health foundation's of design thinking. That is our one course as well as how we integrate these types of wor ses and information into other classes and the curriculum throughout penn nursing so though we teach one class i say it all the time one class is not make an innovation program or infrastructure and so looking at from undergrad. All the way through to the doctoral level how we can infuse this knowledge. These skill sets for our students and then on a extra curricular side how we can also have. Our students engage in some of these programs. That also teach you not just from classroom perspective but from a hands on active learning perspective about innovation and design thinking in how it's used in health and healthcare so whether that's through our penn nursing innovation accelerator program weren't urging students to join events like the nurse. Hack for house. All these things are being integrated into the infrastructure of what we're doing at penn nursing to host educate our students with knowledge but also provide them with the skills tools and resources to take that knowledge and move it forward again in whatever place they practice. That's fantastic and you know. It is critical marianne. And it's so great to hear you say this that this type of curriculum be embedded that we integrate innovation that we integrate technology into the curriculum. Because it has been lacking for a long time. So i love that. You guys are embedding it into it. Yeah we really are trying to think about it in that way and we really do want in all the courses that were teaching our students to just think differently and that's really what design thinking innovation human center design is about. it's a different mindset in house and healthcare these days. there's no denying we have a plethora of wicked problems that need to be solved and we need to start thinking differently about how we're solving them and we can only do that. If we start to teach our students how to think more creatively in different ways including what we're teaching around innovation and design thinking. It's not that we want to exclude any other ways of learning and solving problems. This is just one more tool in the toolkit
Brooklyn DA Vacates 90 Convictions Tied to Cop Facing Perjury Charges
"Here in new york district attorney has asked the court to dismiss nearly one hundred drug convictions after an nypd detective was accused of lying there. Stephanie dusk tonight in brooklyn dozens of drug convictions tossed out in more likely to calm all ninety of the cases involving one narcotics detective. Joseph franco can no longer stand by detective. Franco's were have lost confidence in his reliability franko pleaded not guilty in two thousand nineteen to more than a dozen charges including perjury for his work on for drug cases. One in april. Two thousand eighteen franco said he witnessed a deal. Go down in this manhattan building. But according to the indictment security video showed no drug sale in the lobby and other video showed franco was never close enough to observe what happened. Franko was still awaiting trial. His attorneys throwing out the cases has created a toxic atmosphere. That is prejudicial to mr franco's constitutional right to the presumption of innocence marianne casey and represents more than a dozen people whose convictions were vacated. People have carried these convictions on their record for many years and they've prevented them from securing employment from maintaining housing. These are lasting effects. Franco's criminal charges are based on the detective. Work he did in manhattan the. Da in brooklyn has not been able to prove similar misconduct but he says he has lost confidence. In the cases were franco was an essential
Suez Canal ship partially refloated
"The shipping snarl at the Suez Canal gets untangled that skyscraper size ship that had been blocking the Suez Canal has been partially free by salvage crews. That's according to Bloomberg News and the Wall Street Journal. It's unclear at this point when the canal reopened for trade, but this is definitely huge relief as the narrow water route accounts for roughly 12% of global trade. That's folks is Marianne
New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath
"Has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's Sally her ships report. She's at least the eighth woman to allege Cuomo acted inappropriately and the first current employees to share her name publicly, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years. She was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. The time says Cuomo told McGrath she was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation. Quote he was blatantly looking down my shirt. The governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, but he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly banter. Sally,
New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment
"Another woman has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's suddenly her ship's reports. She's at least the eighth woman to allege that Cuomo acted inappropriately, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years, she was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. Time, says Cuomo told McGrath. She was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation, quote. He was blatantly looking down my shirt. Governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, But he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly
"marianne" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"The development of more vaccines even while republicans and media partners did everything they could to change the subject away from the overwhelmingly popular bill on fox news. The most covered story last week was dr seuss. Dr seuss dr sousa.
"marianne" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"End of the month. Mr biden vaccine protected from kobe. The trick foul on visor on biden. Oh they call you sleepy brady finds. Don't of oh lord. I do love her any rainbow. You know that song is going to be and everybody's head now. Oh yeah it is if you really want to get it into your head navy A brain worm go to our website. Click on the link watched the whole thing on youtube. It is it's one of his very best and he does a lot of great things. The president's first primetime national address focused on us a marked contrast with the previous guy who's speeches tended to focus on him and we heard something from this president that was missing in all of two thousand twenty true empathy for the immense suffering and grief caused by the pandemic as of now total deaths in america. Five hundred twenty seven thousand seven hundred twenty six. That's more debts than in world. War one war to vietnam war and nine eleven combined. There were husbands wives sons and daughters grandparents. Friends neighbors young and old they leave behind loved ones unable to truly grieve or two. He'll even to have a funeral. But i'm also thinking about everyone else. Lost this past year to natural causes by cruel fate of accident or other disease. They who died alone they to leave behind loved ones. Who are hurting badly. His message is not surprising. He started out his His presidency with a memorial to the covid nineteen victims. So it's It's really nice to hear and we also heard something else that was missing in the past year and that is realism. The previous guy promised that the virus would just magically disappear. It was supposed to do that. By easter of twenty twenty president biden warns that it's still not over but it can be if we work together. We need everyone to get vaccinated. We need everyone to keep washing their hands. Stay socially distance and keep wearing the mask as recommended by the cdc because even if we devote every resource we have beating this virus and getting back to normal depends on national unity. National unity isn't just how politics politicians voting in washington. What the loudest voices san cable or online unity is what we do together. As fellow americans adding to the call for unified action and public service announcement featuring four former presidents. our fellow.
"marianne" Discussed on Michigan Policast
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Another ex-aide calls New York Gov. Cuomo's office conduct inappropriate
"Or accusations against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior work, according to The Wall Street Journal on a list claims Cuomo asked her if she had a boyfriend, called her sweetheart and kissed her hand listens the third former female aide to accuse the governor of misconduct. Two male aides telling The Washington Post. The governor routinely berated them with quote explicit language. Fox is Marianne Rafferty. In a
US forces: Rockets hit airbase in Iraq hosting US troops
"Rocket attack on the base housing U. S and coalition military forces in Iraq. Multiple rockets have targeted Iraq's al Asad air base, which hosts US coalition and Iraqi forces. According to local media smoke could be seen rising from the base and Anbar province. A spokesman for the U. S. Joint Operations Command confirms 10 rockets and they're described as grad rockets fell in the perimeter of the air base, but there are no known casualties at this time. Things is the same air base that was attacked by Iran last year in retaliation for the U. S drone strike that killed Major General Custom Soul Imani X is Marianne Rafferty. So far, it is not known if Iran is behind this latest attack
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"marianne" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
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"marianne" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"On christmas morning. It's christmas and what's terribly sad is sometimes a man will just say something really mean to me and i'm like kinda get people time and to be only anyway. We had a plan power outage in my building. So i went to the dollar store and i bought like fifteen candles because because i plan power Ten pm to five am. And i'm like yeah that's middle. Am i'm going to be no is the nocturnal thing. A result of the pandemic. Or have you always been that way. I've always been a little bit that way. Like i'm always been a night owl and then everyone knows stand up usually but then i haven't upstairs neighbor who is so noisy. I tried to talk to him about. It did not go well. It's mostly stomping and also moving furniture and sometimes playing music. He's quiet from like he's loud all kinds of throughout the day but then he's quiet. He goes better ten or eleven so from like eleven on bats when it's like peaceful for me to be in my apartment. No i kinda started getting nocturnal. Because it's like nine even that much fun to watch a movie or watch. Tv while he's doing whatever he's doing interesting for me to get like a couple of hours of peace in my apartment and then in the morning i put on white noise machines and i sleep through whatever he does. Wow yeah facet wendy you sleep for a m to new hands. I go to bed usually sometime between two and four. And then i usually get up sometime between eleven and one trusting different world different lights. Those are those have to be up for. It's sort of a blessing in a curse. Yeah what will you do in. Life resumes normalcy. Yuki we stay on the schedule now. I have to go back to having a more normal schedule. Also by the way heather. Y- these are cat hours going back to the pet thing cats all day wants your attention all night when other people are trying to sleep. This is why a cat would be a really good solution for not true. Maybe because i was debating cat or dog and one thing that makes me nervous about a dog is that i really do love sleeping in and if the dog was like i have yeah they wanna get up early at sleeps all day the best life to be reincarnated as as a cat in a loving home. There's no better than that right. Yeah i'm team kept free to now heather and of course the which name that would go right together. Yeah and you know what people don't want to adopt black cats right so there's probably a little adorable cat just waiting to be part of your household. You'd have to be careful with the candles. Of course that i think i like if you can find one. I mean it's hard. I think they are. And you like you like our cat. Lucky on instagram. yeah he is. he's very cute. I hate litter boxes. That is a thing litter robot. We'll get you a little robot. If you get a cat you'll get a little robot K ever okay. You never have to touch the litterbox. All you have to do is pull the pan out. Tie.
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"I forgot own with the guy that was with cats on tees and then he had like a not so right right forgot that chapter jesse affair writes your way and jesse james simply as a very when that happens. That's not workout. It's a little painful to watch. 'cause you're like it's such an idealized version of love. I one hundred percent. You don't feel bad for sandra bullock. Like i refuse to feel bad. What do you mean she in real life. Yeah in real life like nothing. Feel bad for her. I'm just saying it's just like why it's well. No it's just one of those act- actor things. I think for for creative people performers. Whatever it's like you know some there's some damage there. It's not natural to wanna get up in front of thousands of strangers and seek their approval like know that interesting. jason interesting take to tell to comedians. No it's true. I have a joke about that. And it's the truth. Is that i had such a good childhood like my mom and dad eight meals. We had dinners. We went on vacations. Everything was good yet. Something must have gone horribly wrong because you know here. I am in front of ten people in night begging for them to go home now and i was sick. Like there's gonna be a moment with dolly my daughter that i'm just gonna be paying attention. I'm just going to be like you know you're not good at sports. Or whatever and not even thinking boom. She's a stripper or what. I don't think so no. i think that you're comedians. Because you're funny and you're good at it and say humor comes from perceived lack. I think of something else. Like we believe were lacking in some other areas to compensate. I think maybe. But i think it also comes from being highly attuned and aware of your surroundings and so i think a lot of comedians. You know they have that kind of there's the old saw that's like oh you know. Comedians are all fucked up and dark and twisted people. But i also think i know. Many comedians come from homes. Where difficult things were going on..
"marianne" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"I wish you well sure. Even i hate it or yeah and we were up at my family's cabin and we needed like white oak or something in there. Was that tree up there so we all. Everybody was a little drunk and they were like. We'll do this now and we and my whole family was like so mode it be and they were laughing. I was like thanks guys. I actually did need that. And she got promoted and she never she got moved to a different location. And ju- taylor. Hi good lung. I buy should've went to the dark side of magic. No i don't do then another time. I cast a spell on a guy took a pink. Candle wrote his name with a pin nine times felt creepy map anointed the anointed it with honey and rosewater and lit it every night nights as the moon grow and by the miners at night when i blew the candle out. He was right there next to me. He was not real was i dated him for a year and a half and he did not like that. I castle spell on him. When i told we told. When did you don't look a year. And i'm like oh by the way kasa spell and he got mad he was like good off me. Dig off me. I'm like jim. it's so dumb. it's just silly. But he didn't like it. I hate to pop a balloon here of your magic marianne. But i mean you are aware that any teenage boy if you just went up him and we're like hey wanna come over tonight is going to be like yeah. I did not so sure that your your candle magic really the candle and that i slept with them. Yup can't believe it's so true. It's it's so easy to get a guy to come over but i got him for your to him. Was he worried that his feelings for you. Where real like yeah work can you will love it. You get in my head out of their man. I don't know how to reverse it. Heather heather you talk a lot on social media about your dating travels have you. Have you really done the work and tried inscribing names and candles. I mean it's easy to sit there and complain but you're putting in the work. I mean i've just been you know like the dating apps and working any kano. You got candles. Man liked anyone enough to right to cast a spell on that problem where i get embarrassed alone a lot and by that i mean even if i know totally allowed i imagined that there is a secret camera filming the and all these people go back in pre his deep man that is not narcissism or reverse narcissism lows with every. Night writing. someone's name on a candle. Audience would die. I feel like i doing it every night. Because i would feel like somebody somewhere knows is happening in the call and i have to say fascinating. I've never heard anyone described that level of Of yeah you're right. I it's in your like even though technically 'em alone this is embarrassing. Gonna stop you. Never no one. I don't think so. It's an embarrassing things to know. It's never stopped me.
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"Yeah yeah totally this. Okay for my daughter and mind you. I don't have kids. I like took a minute. And i was like no 'cause like one bit twinkly. Happy right made by disney but it feels music the that's very hocus pocus. It's very magical halloween. Dick dick dick. It is like this man. He's like if i own joker till she doesn't exist. In retrospect i'm glad it wasn't a family watch last night because i didn't know definitely not appropriate for nine year old. What what is an appropriate. The gore gore and visnic visit gic domestic abuse scenes. The kids just battery like it's so quick. I mean it's so in other words you're gonna show it to your daughter. Even though she's only and i've just shown her other movies that are like probably pretty bad and she's got a lot of questions you're doesn't register is the your your daughter's going to be like the worldly daughter at school like i know something means they're going to be like right she's going to be like does anyone else like michael antonioni red desert to be overrated prac-. We're gonna she's more going to be like fuck sophisticated. I was like are gonna come to parents talking about sex. What words did you hear. Exactly we'll give you the lowdown schlutter be that. It's even better than you know anything. Maryanne and i i'm i'm not leaving you out of this question. Have there but i must scrubbing the ownership of the film to marianne for the purposes of this podcast. Does it trouble you that on rotten tomatoes the film only a twenty two percent approval rating. I thought the audience reaction was like seventy seven percent. It probably is because the seems like one of those movies. Let's look it up right. No i know critics didn't like it. In fact i remember one critic saying Roger ebert or something saying it's too adult for children and it's like for adult. That is true. Yeah any right. It's only three percent audience score. Seventeen percent twenty. Two on the critic schizophrenia. Of the movie i think that's the The adaptation went wrong because the the book is actually a lot darker and they glossed over it. And like you said one minute. It's twinkle lights joni mitchell and then it's a man beating up a girlfriend though it doesn't know what it is. It's forty for movies in one. And i'm the older characters disappear for the back of the entire movie for no real discernible. Reason like how. I relate like the reason they leave is to teach the the sisters lesson like me that always kind of smacks of sort of like a screenwriter. Who yeah corner doesn't really know what to do. With a to have these all the characters kind of interact faithfully throughout the screenplay so he just started like will. Let's get rid of these two pros that you know a better screenplay probably would have found a use for them throughout the movie like a b. or c. Story line that they could have been working on behind the scenes but yeah i think he's been mad at more stockard channing..
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"marianne" Discussed on Rest In Peace
"What has the commission this laura essex involved and unfortunately there are a lot of unethical people out there so these days and what i do is i have my facebook group Walk in the shadowlands so in that. Great like it's is kind of a bit of everything but paper will ask questions. And and i will give answers if i can help them. Spiritually i do so that sets and there's no charge what so wave of any any members of the gory for anything in the group so undo explained a lot of energy in the group trying to help people trying to educate people and comfort paypal. One of the things we get a lot in the greatest people ross loved ones three suicide. That's a very very common thing. Where i i asked my guess Few questions you read these public mine. Who is someone that you will say lethal beautiful. I lived a meaningful life. Oh gosh of the top of my head. Marie-curie she's a fist. It comes into my mind and marie curie was the woman who discovered Radiation what would you say. Would i listen. I say to a dime pusan. Just relax you not on your own. You won't be on your own when you pass people be people waiting for you. Who will help you pass is it. You're not going to be allowing wet. You go immediately opera that oh let's a really interesting question I have a slightly different understanding to the average. But i will say the average prison will say after this. You have a choice. Okay this is. This is my understanding. And my no it doesn't jive with what others may take junker. Everybody always says Guard to the guy yard. That's what you see everywhere in this own the movies on tv. In book schedule. But i say to you. Go to the doc the doc this in the dock. You have a choice in the doc. The doc is restoring a transition place. It saif is nothing can harm you. If you go into the dock and stay there for a few minutes you have a choice you can return to wherever you came from all you can choose to go onto the light now. If you go into the light you'll be rape born and recycled onto this planet and into this Cyclope stiff and forgetting mass question. How would you like to remember. i think i'd like to be remembered as a person who trying to help others. Who tried to make a difference. We she code last new on earth. What would it be out..
"marianne" Discussed on Rest In Peace
"One of the biggest things the biggest thing i talk about that that my most beloved stabbed his and see to me was us and he marianne. When you do anything you must do it from your heart when you think. Think from your heart when you talk talk from your heart when you act act from your heart and to two. His words made such a profound profound effect on the the hit all my life. Since i have tried to live by his mood saw tried to feel things. i from. My feelings on Dont succeed i'm human. I have days when i'm is as bad tempered as anybody But really try very hard to live by his wits. He seemed to me so that and the fact that we need to look after this planet. It's only one. We have those of the biggest things that stuck with me from my Encounters with must stop people from my interview with giants of the day. It was such an interesting interfere He and it will air on the nineteenth of january The biggest thinks it. That i came away from from mind with him would said all these high rank the government's by szekely seed. Yes you afars accessed. Usao rio we know what draws them we don't know with a come from so say but they are real and and they came out early. She in the middle of carver and nobody jumped on my god. The government's just admitted that your photos a real lit that freund sources a real. If find sosas reels in they must be people who own beings who drives them but nobody jumped up because all distracted with covert. And it really didn't make the hitler nerius which was an it. Sweatshop to both me and james For me it was the the biggest thing that came away with monty with james was his tenacity. And getting this interview. this the phenomenon movie done. He spent eight years making this movie so it was really a labor of love and of course he's obviously i believe that i mean how can you not be when you interview or these. High ranking government officials pilots s journal and everyday people who have had experiences and come away known belief. You can't not when that evidence is in front of your eyes or all over the news but a cut of all the. Ufo's by most of us who didn't have like the the busy understanding to have a intellectual..