21 Burst results for "Masri"

Pompeo claims Iran is 'home base' for Al Qaeda

America's First News

01:30 min | 5 months ago

Pompeo claims Iran is 'home base' for Al Qaeda

"Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday accused Iran of having secret ties with Al Qaeda. He also imposed new sanctions on several senior Iranian officials. His comments coming just a week before the Trump administration leaves office, it appears aimed at President elect Joe Biden stated desire to resume negotiations with Iran over the 2015 nuclear deal. More than 200 people, including 12. Americans lost their lives in those attacks. The York Times reported in November that al Masri was shot to death on the streets of Iran today. I can confirm for the first time. His death on August 7th of last year. Al Qaeda has a new home base. It is the Islamic Republic of Iran. As a result, bin Laden's wicked creation Is poised to gain strength and capabilities. We ignore this Iran Al Qaeda nexus at our own peril. Indeed, everything changed in 2000 and 15 the same year that the Obama administration in the E three France, Germany and Britain. In the middle of finalizing the JCP away. The sea change was happening. Within the Iran Al Qaeda access. Since 2015. Iran has also given a Qaida leaders greater freedom of movement inside of Iran under their supervision. The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson condemning the accusations is a quote, repeat of blaming and fabricating false evidence against Iran since President Trump withdrew the U. S from that nuclear deal.

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Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran

The Dennis Prager Show

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran

"A senior Al Qaeda operative in Iran. Early this year. A bold intelligence operation by the two allied nations that came is the Trump Administration was wrapping up pressure on Tehran. For current and former U. S. Officials said Abu Mohammed al Masri. Al Qaeda's number two was killed by assassins and the Iranian capital in August. Or the story's a town hall dot com on Patrick Pause.

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Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran

BBC World Service

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran

"Has denied a report in the New York Times that Israeli agents killed the number to figure in Al Qaeda on the streets of Tehran. Baber says Abu Mohammed al Masri was shot dead in August by two men on a motorbike at the behest of the United States.

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Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran

The California Report Magazine

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran

"Has denied report in the New York Times that Israeli agents killed the number to figure in Al Qaeda on the streets of Tehran. Newspaper says Abu Mohammed al Masri were shot dead in August by two men on a motorbike at the behest of the United States.

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"masri" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"masri" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Ranger captain was killed in an ambush choose one of the region's best tractors relentlessly pursued a gang that had committed the ambush somewhat like the story told in the Lone Ranger well he was a ranger incomes county Texas Houston track down a group that had stolen horses from his in other regions to the attention of the Texas Rangers who recruited him he served as a ranger for twenty eight years the Texas Rangers longest serving member well he was certainly inspired saying gray who had traveled with them it is less clear that he inspired the Lone Ranger but his was certainly a story of a dedicated Texas ranger well when talking about the Lone Ranger there's another story as well that a woman bass read soon was according to one biographer the closest real person to resemble the Lone Ranger bass Reeves was born a slave in eighteen thirty eight and as was common at the time that the last name of its owner sometime in the early eighteen sixties he parted ways with that order some say because he had a fight with his owner after Kerr game and others couldn't talk of freeing the slaves during the civil war but for whatever reason resist gave slavery and want to live in Indian Territory modern day Oklahoma living among Cherokee seminal and creek Indians and learning about the territory and many of the people's languages a crack shot with both the pistol and rifle after the war when the thirteenth amendment passed that he no longer had if you're being returned to slavery he moved to Arkansas became a successful researcher and had ten children Indian Territory was notoriously lawless so many outlaws fled there to escape justice in eighteen seventy five present grant appointed a new job to the US court for the western district of Arkansas with the goal of addressing lawlessness in the Indian Territory the judge then appointed a former Confederate general as the new US marshal who then hired two hundred deputy U. S. marshals some of whom are among the most famous woman of the west having heard of Reeves knowledge of the Indian Territory of familiarity with its people the new Marshall hired him as one of those deputies Masri's became the first black deputy US marshal west of the Mississippi he served for more than thirty years in that time arrested more than three thousand outlaws his ride numerous gun fights even having his belt and shot off but never once took a bullet one of the most feared and respected Mormon of the territory.

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"masri" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yeah. Well, I can't look at symbol the question. The question will be does the consumer remember. And does that I will never forget. Does it hurt Nike? see me? We wanna hire you. Go to gradsoflife dot ORG to learn how to find, cultivate, and train this great pool of untapped talent. Brought to you by the Ad Council and gradsoflife dot org on the finding Masri podcast. We decode the many paths towards mastery learning from hall of fame, athletes and entrepreneurs and scientists to musicians who influenced the rhythm of the world. I'm Michael J. And I've been in the trenches with some of the best performers in the world learning from and helping them unlocked potential. They have so much to teach us about how to push on our own edges to explore life of deep meaning and performance in our own unique way head over. Finding three podcast to learn more from these masters of craft. That's the finding mastery podcast. Hey, there people this is Marc.

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"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Welcome back or welcome to the funding Masri podcasts. I'm Michael into by trade in training, sport performance at colleges, and the whole idea behind this podcast behind these conversations is to learn from people who are on the path of mastery to better understand what they're searching for, how they organized their internal life, how they make sense of the world and how they condition and train their mind to excel. Okay. Football season is right around the corner. And when I'm talking about football and talking about the NFL National Football League, and I'm at the Seattle Seahawks training camp right now, it's exciting time, but it means there's a lot of time on the road from me right now in traveling frequently for the next few months, really about seven to nine months. And those who travel regularly are well aware that flying can be rough, just flat out rough on your immune system. And that's why the partnership with athletic greens is I'm so tired is there might go to choice and they are a micronutrient dense product in it's part of my immune systems. Support mechanism that put in place. And the reason is it's full of plants and fruits and herbs and mushrooms that detoxify protect with the antioxidant equivalent of twelve servings of fruit and vegetables. Now, I'm looking to get those fruits and vegetables in on a regular basis, but this is like a buffer that make sure that ensures that I get it in. So I hope you're enjoying the product if you've tried it, if you haven't won, encourage you to go to their website and check it out. But really what they do is they just make it super easy to bring down that type of dense, micronutrients on the road, and I use the travel packs. They're amazing in you just tear it open portal glass of water every morning in, you know, I'm good to go. And so I think by now you can tell how much of the product obviously in. So I want again encourage.

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"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Welcome back. Welcome to the finding Masri podcasts. I'm Michael javale still Michael treve that hasn't changed and by trade and training sport end performance ecology. But the whole idea behind these conversations behind this podcast is to learn from people who are on the path of mastery to extend the learning for all of us about how the most extraordinary thinkers doers, how they organized their life, how they think how they condition their mind to better understand what they're searching for, how they make sense of things in life. And really that falls into three buckets which is what is their psychological framework, what are they driven by? What are their motivation modalities there? And then what are the mental skills that they use to build a refund? Their craft. Okay. Football season is right around the corner. And when I'm talk about football and talking about the NFL National Football League, and I'm at the Seattle Seahawks training camp right now six time, but it means there's a lot of time on the road from me right now in traveling freak. Gently for the next few months, really about seven to nine months, and those who travel regularly are well aware that flying can be rough, just flat out rough on your Munich system. And that's why the partnership with let greens is. I'm so tired is my go to choice and they are a micronutrient dense product in. It's part of my immune system support mechanism that put in place in the reason is it's full of plants, fruits, herbs, and mushrooms that detoxify protect with the antioxidant equivalent of twelve servings of fruit and vegetables. Now, I'm looking to get those fruits and vegetables in on a regular basis, but this is like a buffer that make sure that ensures that I get it in. So I hope you're enjoying the product if you've tried it, if you haven't won, encourage you to go to their website and check it out. But really what they do is they just make it super easy to bring that type of dense, micronutrients on the road and use the travel packs. They're amazing, and you just tear it open portal glass of water every more. In, you know, I'm good to go. And so I think by now you can tell how much of the product obviously in. So.

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"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Welcome back our welcome to the finding masri podcasts michael jordan bay in by trade in training sport and performance i qala just and the co founder of compete to create which is a joint venture with coach pete carroll he's a head coach of the seattle seahawks in we're having a blast building in that company right now but the idea behind these conversations is to learn from people who are on the path of mastery to better understand what they are wrestling with what they're searching for what they're driven by and then we also want to dig to understand their psychological framework in the mental skills that they use to build and refine their craft now this week's conversation is with rebecca rothstein a private wealth adviser focused on helping high note individuals families and institutions pursue their financial goals phenomenal and she does it through a combination of skills wealth management tax minimisation and legacy planning services so 2017 forbes named rebecca one in of america's top advisors and this year she was recognized as the number one top women's wealth adviser so we're fortunate to get her wisdom inside of this podcast in conversation hope i hope this conversation does her justice because she really doesn't understand a lot the path that she's lead in the insights that she has there's gold dust littered throughout this conversation and what stands out most is that while her area of expertise may appear on the surface to be wealth management her true gift is her ability to build relationships with our clients with their team with her family and it is the importance of relationships the jumps out at this conversation in one of her key indicators for success is maintaining high retention rates and which she's she has and when i talked about why how was she able to keep her clients she indicated a few reasons and they all came down to relationships and of course it comes down to relationships her ability to listen to communicate and develop trust.

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"masri" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Welcome back or welcome to the finding masri podcasts on michael in by trade and training sport performance i colleges license in california spending time in the trenches with people that are extrordinary what they do working on developing the mental skills of they can pivot and adjust and pursue their potential and the idea behind these conversations is pull back the curtain to speak with best in the world people that are on the path of mastery to better understand what they're searching for what they're driven by we want to understand their psychological framework and the mental skills that they used to build and refine their craft this week's podcast is with chris ashington the co founder of athletic greens with complete transparency athletic rain a partner on this podcast but i wouldn't be comfortable having chris on less i fully believed in their product in their mission and this conversation reflection of that okay you know i love the product you know how much enjoy the product as i talk about it in the ad reads which don't feel like average i feel like celebrations of a great product that i use enjoy and i'd have chris on anyway because i don't understand how it is that he's built a model that does good for other people it's built on wellness and health and has incredible scale on it so i'm interested in that so from a business lens and business skill and just the fact that it is a product that i enjoy this is like a double whammy for shore some using whole foods supplements for a long time maybe somewhere around twenty years and i became exposed to athletic greens and i liked it and i happen to be down in australia where the ceo of the company is in we had lunch and i love their mission i love how we are ticketed the way that they're building their business the intensity around getting the formulation to taste right to haven't digestive you know process that works in and i i i was like you guys are on it and so we.

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"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"These intangible traits like resilience and grit and empathy for consumers it's these very intangible sort of personality traits but you'll be able to tell as you talk some of these entrepreneurs they all kind of have that ability to master what's in front of them to get the angle very cool we're in the process now where now it's messy and we don't know exactly how we'll get to the goal i love okay all right where can people follow you find what you're doing what are the what are the social platforms cairo's hq dot com k i s h q dot com kyros means the opportune moment in greek right so that we view it as the right time to start a business or the right time to solve a specific problem so again k a r o s you can reach me at at fiannce my las fiannce f frank nci at cairo's h q dot com maybe crazy domain email but honestly like were what's even interesting to us is just ideas on problems worth solving right like where are we missing big meaningful problems that entrepreneurs can solve today so even if someone isn't an entrepreneur the identification of problems critical would you be open to coming on our finding masri tribe and answering some questions people are going to have direct questions and then offer that to them yeah i love to i think we we also have a big community of industry leaders who help us with these specific market facing questions.

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"masri" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Triangulation

"His are not big awful things but our civil subtle things and so just as you bite at at aware at a family wedding talk to your child about you know yeah look at ankle you know joe he's drunk um you redo really want to do that you really wanna you know go there uh we are always teaching our kids what you know good bathe your looks like how we need to be with each other and with ourselves and we can do that online so in many ways using these tools is a lot like teaching your child to drive an automobile where you sit whiteknuckled in the front seat beside them and help them weren't to drive not to avoid hitting that pedestrian her that tree but to learn to drive in effective ways that also happen to be safe and so one of the things that perhaps is heresy that i often say to people in this field is we've got to get rid of the term internet safety um because it presumes that the internet is an unsafe place and instead of playing defense all the time we should be teaching our chill children to master these tools and so we talk about internet or digital mastery not literacy not safety not citizenship but masri because let's face facts all kids and all of us want to feel that we are masters of an experience in of a space in our lives that such get advice because that's what we're time at early laid that said that is not controlling you you.

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"masri" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Had won god he didn't turn out to be too good i will tell you that he turned out to be not good he was not a credit to law enforcement that i can tell you that i can tell you see see now here's a guy who's speaking frankly now other politicians other presidents would go oh yeah we will need to criticise the law enforcement down the end this particular will need to be adjudicated in play on some trump's going he's just see in stuffing color what we used to call when i was growing of north carolina modalities just call my cassiem as them agassi him trump's calling him like he sees him and people are going yeah yeah exactly right so then he said this the beauty is its concealed nobody would ever see it unless they needed it it's concealed so this crazy man who walked in wouldn't even know who it is that has it that's good the bad that's good and a teacher would've shot the hell out of him before he do what happened is that not the most refreshing thing you ever in your life how many presidents do you hear talk like deserves some you felt way he's too crude and needs to this that and the other i was sitting there listening to speech today and i'm thinking this guy may in you'll look i want you to understand i got preface at every time by saying this i used to not be able to stand this guy i used to all my gosh i i mean just a side of my went guide egotistical but hold what will i mean i just couldn't stand signed up him but i'm thinking this guy may go down as one of the greatest presidents of all time could be the greatest if he keeps on doing what he's doing we've only got in the year into this and ongoing good grief with all the stuff we're getting done the and the way he talks about a nine stand stand he can be crude and i've tried to explain this some my friends out there who are not crazy about him personally i said and i i mentioned this to one of the gas we had the other day and he said masri we put i said when you hire a lawyer do you want to really nice really i want the nicest lawyer all he is so nice should the way he talked to my wife.

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"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"I welcome back or welcome to the finding masri podcast i am michael javale and the idea behind these conversations is to learn from people who were on the path of master who were switched on of dedicated their lights efforts to figuring out difficult stuff ends what these conversations are designed to do is understand what they've come to understand as best we possibly can but also worked to understand the psychological framework like how do they explain events what is their worldview how do they make sense of where their positioned in the world and an literally how other people an mother nature and their craft all intertwined to be able to work together and then we want to also understand the mental skills they've used to build and refined the crafted they've invested their life with okay last week i briefly discuss my morning process like how i wake up how i get started if you will and just as a reminder there's those four steps one clear breath fall by one thought of gratitude then one clear intention like how i wanna see myself in the day and then i get out of bed at just take a moment to be grounded and then the next thing i didn't talk to you guys about the ha i love just kind of waking up with my family members right just like a little good morning little nudge whatever with my son in like a that's just part of it in us which on some music were bouncing around in the morning but the next thing i do is i just make sure that i blend hydration attrition together and it just gets that nestle base role in and that's you know that's the time that i use athletic greens and the reason i start with gratitude and intention in it's the prime my brain to be able to gate out all of the noise all of the the normal processes that are brain go through to find an scanned the world for danger so i i almost a knock you like that through the the grass.

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"masri" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"masri" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"masri" Discussed on AP News

"Are warning against highpowered magnet sets pediatrician lenore jarvis as too often they get into kids mouths and then they're stomach when more than chip magnets are swallowed they're attractive four says allow them to find each other across or between different segments of the digestive system in indiana sheriff says eleven jail employees had to be treated with an overdose antidote they were exposed to smoke containing an opioid this is ap radio news prosecutors are alleging it was an iranian hacker who stole scripts and video from hbo and then try to extort millions from the cable channel acting us attorney june kim says an iranian hacker bezzaz masri broke into hbo's computer systems last summer install scripts from game of thrones and unaired video from curb your enthusiasm the deuce and other shows he demanded six million dollars in bitcoin he posted online an image of the night king with the phrase winter is coming and added his own ominous threat hbo is falling kim says the hacker got in through employees accounts masri is in iran and can't be arrested but us authorities will be watching for their chance if he leaves the country warren levinson new york the chairman of the federal communications commission has set out to scrap rules around open internet access known as net neutrality eighty allowing giant cable and telecom companies to throttle broadband speeds and favour their own services i'm jackie quinn ap radio ap radio news jackie quinn president trump says voters should listen to alabama senate candidate roy more who's denied the claims of sexual conduct with young women and even a team when he was in his thirties trump questions why the accusers are coming forward now i do have to say forty years is a long time he's run a racist and this is never come up the house ethics committee says that it will investigate michigan democrat john conyers who allegedly settled with a woman over sexual harassment claims also to minnesota state lawmakers are resigning both have been accused of sexual misconduct president trump says that he had a great call today with russia's vladimir putin they discussed efforts to bring peace to syria also touching on iran north korea.

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"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Are welcome back or welcome to the finding masri podcast a michael debeve and the idea behind these conversations is to learn for people who are on the path of mastery we want to understand what they're searching for like the deep yearning the calling that they have we also want to understand the psychological framework that that drive and not calling sits on in psychological framework as a fancy phrase for your how they make sense of how the world works how they work how people work how they explain events in their life how they think about the future and then we also want to understand the mental skills that they have used to be able to build than we refined their craft now this conversation is with john nordstrom of the nordstrom high quality fashion retailer primarily based in united states and whose history has gone from a small shoe store up in seattle washington to having overthrown or fifty large luxury department stores to being publicly traded on the new york stock exchange and two right now being in the middle of a potential family by back it's a phenomenal story of literally principal base growth that they captured an opportunity and they did right by the way that they conducted their business now this conversation is about a man who cares about others period he cares for his family he cares for its customers he cares for business and it's authentic it just loses out of john and it's one of the reasons the nordstrom family business nordstrom company has been so successful flat out very clear authentic carrying.

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"masri" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

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"masri" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"masri" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"So it's it's inevitable that that's where we're going so it's like to put a lot of time and energy into it for the interim is unannounced for a graze the time but don't you think you need to of store a bunch of these things in your memory bank for instance to successfully exits the yes so let's differentiate between memorizing things and educating yourself educating yourselves always going to be useful otherwise you're like mr potato head waiting for like feedback from your advice new ceased to be in existence essentially just become a mouthpiece for your ai so yet educating yourself getting great at something that will forever be profoundly interesting so yeah like that one hundred learn learn learn get really good at very specific executed will tacit have value there's no getting away from the nuts why i'm so obsessed with reading because i'm trying to get as much information into my not only my conscious mind but my subconscious so yet that's really critical and going back to masri making more creative like i can do a show where people can ask me anything about anything and i feel very confident doing that because i know that unless somebody goes really specific i'm like something like hardcore science i'll be able to answer just a wide array of questions in a useful manner always willing to admit when it's like can not the right person to ask a question do but because i am constantly like digesting like a wide variety of information and i think that that will always be powerful even like and i mean so i i like to answer the hard questions on pushing myself like.

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"masri" Discussed on The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"masri" Discussed on The ONE Thing

"Put me in a right mindset because y you get on inundated with so many things and how to keep track of add hottie clear head spicer implementing g td chatter was from other folks and might mean a my industry kind of taught them what to do you know some processes um recall this is really good now were you know run to the one thinks i got one guy that i'm actually kinda we meet on a regular basis and we talk about this we share notes it is far time blocking some doing the time blocking as well uh along with the founding members time lucky masri yes scott yup i think part of the issue that people have an assistant issue i hair was when you're trying to focus on your one thing in in all its difficult to find out what that one thing is the eighty percent items all that extra stuff going on in a purge e td have to have a place to park all that stuff so i think one of the most important steps early on is to just do the mind sweep or the mine dump whatever you want to call it inches get everything out on the table and go what is it what water all these things i'm supposed to be doing and right him all down i probably had one hundred fifty action items things for work all sorts of things on their you know as writing that all down knowing that your review that on a regular basis that clears your head so that you when you actually doing your time blocking doing your one thing you're not thinking about all the other things going on so i think that's a vital step at the beginning to do that awesome that's super super helpful and indeed it also nepal some stuff from gt because i think a lot of that is valuable and i think this is the you know the next physical action which is exactly what the four one one four one one is is near the weekly goals actually change it weekly goal slash actions because those absolutely have to be actionable.

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