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Christian revival at school prompts student walkout in W.Va.
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"mayes" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Of money but there. There's no legal way to get anybody out regardless of what they're making right and that he's he. He's got to apply for assistance as a landlord to get the red paid like the government will pay him a check. Yes that's how it works right right. So he's trying to get the government pay him at chapman pay rent for the tenant woman who's making got this good job will pay the rent and she's protected. So there's there's a lot of people and it didn't occur to be right away. Not only are they getting a lot of money to do nothing but they don't have the bills that they used to do so. They're spending it on on good times. They're spending it on travel and fun and shopping at if somebody works at a high end store. And they're getting all kinds of riffraff coming in and buying high end bags and purses and shoes and things things they normally couldn't afford because they don't care people don't save money when they get these free windfalls from the government. They they treat them like oh cool. I can act like a rich person for a win. They go on vacations. Yeah they go on vacations and stuff they buy stuff they buy stuff they there would never be able to buy otherwise and then they walk around with gucci bag for the next eight years. It's a people's behavior does not match all the fake rhetoric that you hear the media and from politicians. They're just trying to feed their family. No they're not. They're going out and buying expensive stuff that they've always envied the rich for having another theory. That's floating around. I don't completely discounted. Is that some people with the pandemic just decided. They don't want to do what they did. Before a danielle mayes age thirty was a travel agent in philadelphia. She lost that job during the pandemic. she doesn't want to return. She wants to rely on freelance work. Including how sitting pet sitting selling clothing vacation planning to pay her bills when our unemployment benefits run out. That doesn't sound like much of a plan though. Well it's it's hurting old..
"mayes" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
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"mayes" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens
"I don't know. I don't know how it happened. How so but also don't you find too that with that. I know some of our customers where they have the adp coverage in they have our insurance where they'll just deal with us because it's easier. They've got a phone number. Somebody answers the phone and they get the help that they need and they get the item covered in the beauty of it. Is we do it without being a traditional kalson you we have. We have a dedicated claims staff that that handles all of the claims. And i have. I've had districts that have said look. We have accidental damage protection. But we just don't even use it anymore. It's just easier going through so that's right. Yeah so so. The insurance really fills the holes. That the manufacturer just can't provide exactly So yes i think. The best case scenario for a school district would be basic warranty and a lot of times. They're free for the first year. Yes so at a minimal cost for years after that. That thing gets into the extended warranty is. If you're gonna do the extending mayes will buy insurance. Because then you're fully covered exactly so that kind of allows the district have the complete package of what they really need right. Exactly in. you know. There's nothing better than making sure. I'll making sure that all of your bases are covered especially when it comes to and i say this on on a lot of phone calls when it comes to keeping the devices in the kids hands because that is the whole point of all so it's it's the most important thing is making sure that you know every kid has access to devices in if a school district doesn't have the funds to provide loaners or whatever getting that device back into a student's hands quickly as possible in working order. That's what's important. Do you find that the school districts take kind of ownership in dealing with the manufacturers of for the warranty. You know type problems. Do they rely on the parents to do that or how. How does that work for the manufacturer. Warranties from what. I've seen They the district's will typically handle that sort of stuff themselves. they are also very good about staying on top of scrutiny. How staying on top of i kind of lost my train of thought that will like their involvement is their actual involvement level. Let's let's stay on that the involvement level. I see across the board. Some school districts. Want nothing to do with the devices once they put them in. The hands of the students other districts are like these are pride and joy. We need to do everything we can to protect them. So it really varies as far as the processes. But i do know that. Nobody likes dealing with with warranty companies Kind of a side note bringing back up the accidental damage though And i kinda wanted to just make this point is some manufacturers do provide those accidental damage plans but almost every single one of them comes with claim limits deductibles. Right right and that sort of thing. So i forgot about that. So so that's another you know Important piece to the warranties is that they will limit the amount of claims that she can have exactly. How much would be the deductible so if you can give you an example. I'm not gonna name the multibillion dollar corporation But when they sell devices With their protection plan they give you three years but net three years. You can only break the device twice. And it's one hundred dollar fifty dollars or one hundred dollars.
"mayes" Discussed on Dentist Money
"I hope you are. This is a system solid gold. So i hope you guys are already sometimes. We do personal solid gold because in the dental team we are a three prong approach. And if you're new to the dental team welcome if you've been with us for awhile. Welcome if you're just coming back to us. Welcome and hey. If you're longtime friend high five great great to have you here today But at the dental eighteen we are really big on a three prong. Approach with arkansas. Yes we physically fly to your practice. but our three focus is as a company guys. We need a better acronym so i'm going to put it out there. I literally send you a fifty dollars amazon gift card. Just remind me. I said this For anyone who can name this a little bit better. So are three focuses. Currently is named mayes m. y. s. Like my life is how we're kind of thinking about it. But i feel like it needs a better name so you. Guys are all brilliant. I'm putting it out to you guys But m stands for money and finances so we feel like as a business as a team. We should be focused on three areas to make as well rounded people. One is money and the financials of a practice because if our practice is not strong financially we are not profitable. Doctor stressed out team stressed out. It is not a good world. And i truly believe if we're not profitable. It's a hobby not a business. So that the big thing we focus on. But i believe that that comes through to other areas and that is why stands for you as a person. So that encompasses your spirituality your mental state your physical being your leadership development. So what are you eating. What your health are you working out. Are you A balanced human being. So why sense for you. As a person and then s. stands for systems and team so really big on implementing systems and empowering and encouraging the team as well To make sure that the practice runs on that so again. We need help with this. We're trying to create what this acronym can be for. People like hey. The dental eighteen focuses on m- is like it falls flat. So if you have a great idea It's really around the money. The financials the profitability of the practice. To make sure you're running a true healthy business. Then you as a person physically spiritually emotionally..
"mayes" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"And it's like the equivalent of having a naked wire versus a wire coated with plastic in the old days. You know i i it literally kotze wire literally with fat which you may have heard like young people need to eat fat so it coats your neurons and that makes some conduct faster and so anything you do with the neurons hoped up in your youth you feel like it's effortless and therefore it's normal and it's natural and most important safe because whatever you learn feels good or avoid feeling bad when you were young so you feel safe when you're doing those things that you're wired for trying to do something different from what wired you in your teen years then you feel like oh. This isn't quite right. Because you're trying to force 'electricity down a pathway. That's not developed even though you know you're doing the right thing like not going out for another dose of heroin your your mile and aided pathway is saying go for another dose of heroin. Sure for example right right. Wow so let's let's talk a little bit about Because you brought up heroin. It made me think of addiction. And i've been talking to a couple of people now on my show that had been addicts in survived in our recovery and it made me think this one of them brought up this idea that people that end up in re in addicted you know with the severe addiction habits ended up going through recovery. It seems like they're their formative wiring circuitry their mile. Aided circuits are vastly different than mine. Anyway does the happy chemical or will not happy. In this. Instant but does your. Does your work talk a little bit to addiction and that sort of situation. Yeah absolutely so. You're bringing up addiction and recovery. So you take on. It sure wasn't sure which when you're so my favorite addiction story. Love this so mayes. Zoo had a male elephants Who turns sixteen and that's significant because male elephants are the only species where the mail gets a period when he reaches puberty..
"mayes" Discussed on AMS on the Air
"Which means that a lot of that evening stuff like helping the kids with homework and getting them fed. When i'm on mids that falls to my husband Taking care of them. When i have worked weekends or if i have to work a sixteen hour day because of severe weather so besides see him you know friends or family it takes a tribe. Does really really does to mentioned that. You had your spouse working to share for the first few years of our son's life. We were both working rotating shifts and that was incredibly challenging. I wish i could put some sunshine and roses around it and say it was okay but ultimately we could here so here. I'm here but it was incredibly difficult. We did what we call handoff parenting we had to go into opposite shifts because it's incredibly expensive and prohibitive to try to find twenty four hour care so we hardly saw each other. We would hand the baby off to each other. It's your junior earned. I'm going to work when it came to severe weather. Who's gonna be the one gets called in while you can choose one of us but you can't have both of us It was challenging for us. It was challenging certainly for the office. We were working in because they also had you work around us. We were in the same office so yes it can be done. It's helpful if you have a community support network around you a family or somebody local who can help. We didn't have that and it Some people at work for a long time. We made it work three years and then we found another path. I it's because i mean in our field we will alive. I mean for for the nfl. Yes yes once. You have kids who probably set a little bit more but in broadcast. I mean i've moved to let know how many cities already in the last twelve years and at my hustle in the media so whenever there's a hurricane and it happened this last year i got called in because i'm the meteorologists zahida sports. Luckily he's not a video but when when we get called in he gets called in because he has to report on the hurricane about you know whatever it is so. He's not doing sports and he has to go in so he came up with me to orlando. We stay there for a little while. Dorian just stalled so he's stationed call them. He had to go back. Bring the baby trump the baby with my mom and then go work. And he's just so nerve wracking because you're in the middle of the storm at times and you just have to trust. Of course i mean my mom was taken care and there's nobody else you can trust more probably the your mother but yeah it's just blinded completely just handed off and focus on your job. And how do you do it. i how. How can you disconnect from your.
"mayes" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"And even today now it's it's a struggle sometimes at my husband's memory and i just feel like i have to do what i do what i have to do. Just move on. That's what we do as humans you know and that's what's important so today. That's our mindset. Is that we. We spend money on what we value. We don't spend money on things that don't matter so we don't have cable. Tv or we don't go to fancy restaurants all the time we go to restaurants once in a while we go on nice vacations because travel is what is important to us experiences and people and so we've just learned to be happy and content with the things that we have and spend our money on the stuff. That's really important. Wonderful footfall following this this situation. How did you kind of manage the the family's finances in in terms of how did you generate income. How did you begin. Budgeting and begin. Accumulating wealth for retirement following Doesn't thirteen in order to be able to catch retirement savings or to get out of debt. Either one you have. You really have to do two things. Cut your expenses and make more money and the making more money is the most important aspect of it because you can't really nickel and dime your way to retirement and catching up retirement. You really have to super boost it with a bigger income. So i got a job at a county government as a social worker and i i am so grateful for that because my entire life has a social worker. It's been a low paying job and finally etta county job in a job. I really love working with elderly people. I am making good money. And i'm making. I have great benefits. Great retirement benefits. And i took advantage of the ketchups savings that the government allows to help boost our retirement savings so with the government job. My pay is better. My benefits are better. And there's a pension not very. Many people have access to pensions anymore. So in addition to mayes saving for retirement. I also have a pension and then the catch up contributions that i took advantage of. Because i'm over fifty. I can contribute more to my for. It's like a 401k. But it's a four fifty seven plan and my husband and i can contribute a little bit more to our ira's we maximize out every year. And then i found out about the four fifty seven b. which is the four fifty-seven be is what i had for retirement. But there's a special option if you're behind in retirement savings that allows you to to.
An Interview With Modern Progressive Nina Turner
"You worked really closely with senator. Bernie Sanders on this last presidential run why do you think he lost? He was leading Close to the end and then everything stopped away. Why do you think he lost? Control of things there's never any one thing is you and I both know. When it comes to elections a certainly senator one Iowa is the popular vote people still. Debate that's going to throw that in there and we won. New Hampshire and we one Nevada in a fan five fashion in multicultural fashion, which was so exciting for this campaign, and then we get to South Carolina and beings change be part of it. Certainly was the the coalescence of the moderate wing of the Democratic Party. I mean I don't think it's any accident that. Mr Bujak got out of the race he was poll and really not just Poland his performance was us doing well, I think he was number two at that point in time and you got. Senator Senator Kosher got out of the race. So a lot of that coalescing of the moderate ruin going into South Carolina had an. Impact on our campaign? Yeah. I mean with Pete and amy, was there a third candidate they all who's third candidate and and don't forget I mean Congressman Clyburn you know put down in South Carolina he he was a really important. He's extremely important but with Pete and amy dropping out So close to Super Tuesday, it really changed the whole trajectory of the race. Are you supporting Biden. One of those I know that trump must go. So it is a binary choice at this point. anti-trump. That's. I mean I found myself just to be anti trump story because so many people are anti trump me that's really the Democratic Party's platform which I think is really the wrong way to go is it's it's you have to give people something to vote for two years. Later when fighting against neo-fascism no doubt. That point right there you have to give people something to vote for is sort of the core of the argument that I've been having with other Democrats throughout this whole process that a lot of people are saying we just want to get rid of trump and I'm like I'm Ashley with you but we also need to give voters something to vote for and in a moment when so many people are saying anybody but trump, why would you then go with a moderate? WHO's you know? Toward the middle of the scale when you could say, okay, let's then really change things in have a progressive who's truly going to have a revolution. Inquiry. Mayes wanted notes. Recount election I asked myself those questions a lot of course, many people reach out to me. They have the same questions especially because of the moment that we're in Kovic is exposed all the fisa jurors in our system it was already broken. A lot of people were already having a pan on regular basis. You know if you are black and poor if you're white and pork Brown and. Poor I mean if you just pour this pandemic, just revealed in a deeper way which you went through what you are going through every single day, and so you're right to combat somebody like Mr trump it takes his antithesis and I cannot even tell you how many folks since the primary have said to me. You know what s t you guys right because what Medicare for all having Fifty million in climate people who've lost their jobs and we know that healthcare for example is tied to one's employment. He got people who lost their jobs no fault of their own, a pet pandemic it they lost their job and Bingo. Now they lost their employer sponsored healthcare. So unless they're blessed enough to have a spouse or partner who has healthcare they. Right. So yeah it just doesn't make sense and push a moderate at this time when people need boldness the thing that bothers me about. What so much of this is I feel like it's a trade off in that a lot of people said Biden will get other people read. Suburban Republicans right. They will vote for bided and thus you sort of move the overton window over to the democratic. Party. Is kind of trying to make sure that Republicans are happy feeling comfortable to join the Democratic Party at least this one's. Rather than saying, we have these progressives don't take them for granted. Give them something. Right. But you know the Republican Party doesn't think about things that way they don't try to win Democratic voters but we're trying to win them over and and. In the success of a Biden. True. Democrats. The democratic wing of the democratic. Party. Loses out because even if he wins if his if his win is thanks to what the fringe of Republicans did in terms of coming across the over, then he doesn't need to pay attention to us and progressive issues he needs to pay into what they need. That's exactly right. The way you run is more like more than likely way you're going to govern. Though. It is a window into how the vice president. Will govern and it is going to take a movement of people to continue to push who knows a miracle could happen. But as it stands right now, based on what we know right now the policy positions he's taken you may remember he had an interview probably been about three months ago now, and he was asked by the interviewer if Medicare for all tasks and you both go, that would be a miracle epic, a necessary proportions, but it the past. Would you sign it? And he said he would not even in the face of a pandemic and so my suffering when it comes to lack of access to healthcare ninety, two, million people in this country are either uninsured or underinsured in that number continues to climb Toray so it doesn't make any sense and so the Republicans help you get over. Yeah. Those are the make book with for your entire term as president of. The United States of America meanwhile back at the ranch meanwhile back in rural America Urban America. Bourbon America with so many people are suffering because nope. Just because somebody lives in suburb doesn't mean not catching hale but the people who are catch inhale the poor the work important. Barely middle class what is where is the vision that provides pro vision for the people and because president trump is so bad. because. He is a clear and present danger. This is an excellent opportunity for the Democratic Party to go. Bold.
Invasive Species Meltdowns
"The invasive species that make that career. Yeah and I'm happy to heavy on to kind of couch. A lot of our previous discussions into this big umbrella that is invasive species because it's hot button issue, it conjures up a lot of opinions a lot of very strong opinions oftentimes for people that don't have any connection to. Really going on ecologically. So I think this is something that is really worth having a nice conversation about in a bigger context. Being. A Professional Brown. Of Natural Resources Management for the past like more than ten years, which is absolutely nuts right I mean but. You'll same way to I've known you for like six years now. Seeing how much the forest is changed in? Eastern Appalachian area over the past ten years with the basis species and like the ecological repercussions of them has been. Fascinating and slightly terrifying at the same time and. It's just I. Think we're right on the cost of like the tip of the iceberg where this is going to be our new climate change equivalent. In terms of. The scale of things that are happening, and that's a really important thing to kind of talk about his you know one or two invasive species can be very regional, very specific to wherever you're located. But when you think about the impact, they're having across the globe I mean this is comparable in terms of climate change to the scale of ecosystem disruption that could possibly happen and is happy. Again I'm like I'm very regionally specific being foot muster my career Mayes -cation is from Pennsylvania and West Virginia. In the mid Atlantic area and it's just been there. There's been so much change here but places all around the world are suffering from invasive species I spent some time in California not as a naturalist but enjoying nature on my off time from my corporate job. And the invasive species in California remind me a lot of the mid Atlantic region. It's just it's always seasonal new swath of ecological damage on the same scale. Yeah. An again being regionally specific it's not bad. That's how you have to kind of approach these things you have to be sort of a hometown hero because there's no way to globally say, I'm gonNA tackle the invasive species issue and even with a single invasive species how it behaves in one area isn't going to be. The same in another area you know I always hear people right in. This is an invasive in my yard. Why are you talking about I'm like well, you don't live where it's acting like an invasive. That's why. Yeah, it's been This hometown hero concept has really been like kind of hitting the nail on the head with me lately because. For so many years going to the school for forestry and. Policy Entomology. It's almost like we learned the species are in this category of invasive or exotic unlike we kind of learn this label with them. Then, we didn't do anything because it was almost like you just like doesn't masive. That's how it is unlike arms US role, and now I'm like, no, I really need to be more like a hometown hero and if I see a tree hang on like a dog walk, I need to rip it out instead of just being like. I'm not saying like everybody's guilty of this bill I'm surprised that it took me. So long to realize like I'm an invasive species specialist in I've been like on a certain level ignoring their I guess prowess. In really is going to be one of those like. Grassroots efforts to control invasive species. On a professional level because Regis label them as what they are. Let Them Go. Yeah and I. Think. There's a lot of there's a range of opinions on that in terms of where do you it's kind of like asking what he'll do you WanNa die today. But I I agree a lot of times. You just Kinda hear about this you learn sort of the theory and some of the data the to support said theory on invasions, but in terms of actionable items. Yep, it is something. That, I, think we all need to grapple with in a big way in the coming years but let's start with definitions because this is I think the shakiest ground for most people is this idea of what does it mean to be an invasive species in a lot of times? People will say it's a species from another of the world. Sometimes, it can be a native species that's just for some reason or another. Gone Haywire. So where do we land on our definition of an invasive species? I define it is it's mostly exotic, right so these exotic species are brought into a new landscape where they don't have ecological controls and want those controls could be are things like predators pathogens right? We're all volved where we are supposed to be. Stationed planted but there are native examples I can think of obviously not as common as the exotic examples, but one that comes to mind. A forester but few are out black locust in also like straight maple things like that. Like when you alter the forest soon is usually human activity. When we alter the forest, we provide an ecosystem where it's not a balance and native species can kind of take over this new real estate, which normally may be confined to just like stream banks or small openings in the forest for one tree falls. But instead only come in and do a full. You know very large shelter
How this Busy Mom Created Play Pits All-Natural Deodorant for Kids
"Hey guys. Welcome. Welcome back to the show today in the guest chair we have Szanto Powell as a busy working mom and wife Chantal found herself shuttling her son Cameron Between Summer Basketball Camp and football practice. She quickly noticed that he was starting to smell like a grown man because he was sweating buckets under his armpits and that's when her innovative mindset kicked in and she came up with the idea for her side hustle. Shantelle. Decided to develop an all natural deodorant for her son and so play pits. The brand was born. Play pits is a one hundred percent all natural deodorant for active kids. It's free of aluminum parabens, synthetic fragrances, and other harsh chemicals. While, it can be used on the most gentle skin types. It also packs a strong punch against. In today's episode Shantelle breaks down how she tested outplay pits on family to get feedback how customer demand led her to evolve from children's. To An adult deodorant line as well and how she did it all wild side hustling. Let's get right into it. What made you decide to start side hustling? Well, at always head entrepreneur spirit I've always been a in a way of a rule breaker in someone who never really believed in the whole nine to five lights But you know like you Kinda fall into certain areas where you have to work because you know if you like need student loans and so you know you just you go to work because you have to do all like APP always just had the spirit to kind of be my. Own boss in worked for Maso in. So that's kind of how I got this whole world of working for myself in started off with me having a sad live on styling people on the side. Okay. So what was your initial career path was it fashioned centric? Yes. So I went to school for fashion merchandising I went to clear Landing University in a mild degree I just wanted to basically I tell people so funny I just wanted to do the window displays merchandise the mannequins at macy's. All. Right. So creative yet. Yes. So I'm a creative person in cell you at just wanted to make the displays in the mannequins. Look Cute. But when I was in Mayes junior year in college needed a internship in one of my professors put in such with Tallow Perry studios for their costume department in. So then get kind of opened a whole new world to me in. So that's how I entered the world film and TV is that what you currently do your film and TV Silas? So, Ama- assistant costume designer in so I've been in the industry for over ten years. working is a costumer in noun assistant costume designer. Interesting this is so cool. Any realized that's what you also you totally do. So I'm doing this thing now where I don't over research people like this surprise and delight element for me when I talk to you guys. And that is. So that is such a fun. Career. So then what made you? To do this completely different world of creating a body product specifically for kids. How did that come about? Well, I came home to a smelly little way. God I imagine Mustang Cameron. The inspiration of platelets he's in i. mean he since he was four years old, he played flag football basketball t-ball cross in. So He's always been super sport cinch against super like we. We're so promoting his active lifestyle, but one day at six years cameron literally got in the car in that door swung shut. It was like his older just hit me and I was like wait you're six like what just happened he smell horrible in. So I just refuse to settle for having a smelly little boy in my house in. So addition researching it wasn't any naturally onerous on the market that I really was interested in that I felt like he would wear daily. In, been the other traditional deodorants on the market they're toxic they're horrible for you. So I didn't want put that ingredient that prodigal mass sweet baby boy even he smelled like a grown man I didn't want to use the products that grown men were using. So I just got in the kitchen made him a product I love that as as you were doing your research, what is it about? What was currently out there in the natural deodorant space that that made you that you didn't like for your own child. So it was so serious like you look at the packaging you look at the you know everything was just so serious and so boring that I just like. My little baby he's not GonNa do this every day and needed a product that I will be confident that you know why? Why he's getting himself ready for school in practice I could be packing his legend Atkins say get ready just like he brushed his teeth that he's been doing since he was to a one year ago I needed to know that he was gonna put on this new. Product every day in the natural, the owners market they were they weren't it was nothing that was gonNA excite him. So outside you know what I'm just GonNa make something with won't at the first The first regulars are made for him was it had orange central in. So that was something fun. He liked it in. So he was super excited to try because one mommy made it. So all my mom may in to smell good. So he was really excited to try that on. So that kind of. Is, how that I that first batch was made in than he? He inspire me. From that point on. So
How this Busy Mom Created Play Pits All-Natural Deodorant for Kids
"What made you decide to start side hustling? Well, at always head entrepreneur spirit I've always been a in a way of a rule breaker in someone who never really believed in the whole nine to five lights But you know like you Kinda fall into certain areas where you have to work because you know if you like need student loans and so you know you just you go to work because you have to do all like APP always just had the spirit to kind of be my. Own boss in worked for Maso in. So that's kind of how I got this whole world of working for myself in started off with me having a sad live on styling people on the side. Okay. So what was your initial career path was it fashioned centric? Yes. So I went to school for fashion merchandising I went to clear Landing University in a mild degree I just wanted to basically I tell people so funny I just wanted to do the window displays merchandise the mannequins at macy's. All. Right. So creative yet. Yes. So I'm a creative person in cell you at just wanted to make the displays in the mannequins. Look Cute. But when I was in Mayes junior year in college needed a internship in one of my professors put in such with Tallow Perry studios for their costume department in. So then get kind of opened a whole new world to me in. So that's how I entered the world film and TV is that what you currently do your film and TV Silas? So, Ama- assistant costume designer in so I've been in the industry for over ten years. working is a costumer in noun assistant costume designer. Interesting this is so cool. Any realized that's what you also you totally do. So I'm doing this thing now where I don't over research people like this surprise and delight element for me when I talk to you guys. And that is. So that is such a fun. Career. So then what made you? To do this completely different world of creating a body product specifically for kids. How did that come about? Well, I came home to a smelly little way. God I imagine Mustang Cameron. The inspiration of platelets he's in i. mean he since he was four years old, he played flag football basketball t-ball cross in. So He's always been super sport cinch against super like we. We're so promoting his active lifestyle, but one day at six years cameron literally got in the car in that door swung shut. It was like his older just hit me and I was like wait you're six like what just happened he smell horrible in. So I just refuse to settle for having a smelly little boy in my house in. So addition researching it wasn't any naturally onerous on the market that I really was interested in that I felt like he would wear daily. In, been the other traditional deodorants on the market they're toxic they're horrible for you. So I didn't want put that ingredient that prodigal mass sweet baby boy even he smelled like a grown man I didn't want to use the products that grown men were using. So I just got in the kitchen made him a product
How to 10x Conversions on Your Order Form
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today or go to talk about how to ten x conversions on your order form. So what do we mean by order for him first and foremost Neil order form sting bite your checkout process whether you're selling ecommerce products or even assassin description it doesn't matter what you're selling your order form isn't where someone Azam's their car or picks a plan if you're in software it's more. So they're on the page where they're putting in their credit card details that paid they're clicking charge me or start my free trial or that page when they're cooking on complete order a complete checkout whatever it may be that's. What we mean by order form. So the first recommendation I have for you, I had a guy on the podcast last week. His name is guy has is his guy. He runs a company called Intel Mayes and he was just telling me across his platform, their personalization platform. They do a lot more than that but overall forty, six percent lift in conversions and what they do. For example, let's say you're trying to buy a dress and Yulon order form. So for example, let's Neil. Nine both women. All right. Maybe I'm Chinese and they think I like red dresses or whatever I just making things up right now but the keeping this at your persona and they'll be like, hey, that. Just looks really good on you or maybe that just looks beautiful on your right little language like that I'm making it super simple right now but they can hyper optimized for each person. The key takeaway here's you need US televised. That's an extreme example where if you have a lot of money you spend on that but if you're able to personalise on the order form, you are able to lift conversions even a little bit. I'm just giving an extreme example and then the other thing you can do all the little small tweaks from testimonials to having logos to testing the copy like start my free trial or anything benefit based like if I sell a premium version uber suggests. I. May End up trying out call to actions I get started or more. So related to the product like grow my traffic or boost my rankings, things like that. So little tweaks what you'll end up finding as they can really drastically make a big difference in your conversions if you add them up and those on the free trial badges, money back guarantee badges if you add a lot of them up and you can check out just look at the big companies that have checkout pages or order forms look at some of the things that they include you get ideas from there. You can also get a lot of ideas from conversion accelerate the excel dot com as well as conversion rate experts. And one other thing you can do, you can use a tool like often monster you can put an exit pop up on the order form page. So if they're about to abandoned while you might as well try to pick that abandoned up because they're about to leave. So simple enough to do one key thing is I think with a lot of pages you start to see a lot of bloat on one sites 'cause you're listening. To this podcast, we're always talking about new tools and a lot of these tools require you to add pixels of the site but that bogs down you want to make sure your checkout page is not bogging people down as if it's really slow as bad experience for people, they are gonNA leave just because you have all the bells and whistles it's good for you but not necessarily good for conversions at the end of the day. And look at your competitor is the ones that are also begging that'll give ideas of what's working for them on their order foams. Well, yeah. Just to go a little deeper on the conversion xl recommendation for Neil. So they actually have a lot of examples of order
Mookie Betts makes history with another 3-home run game
"So mookie betts last. Night Raby. Three homers Ford does in a game for the sixth time in his career Johnny. Sammy Sosa the only other players do that and movie didn't in a thousand fewer games basically in Mayes and fifteen hundred fewer than So when you look our call you red sox fan but you grew up there for goodness sakes and you see mookie bats, the red sox traded away it off to a start like this and avenue another three homer game. What do you think? Well I. Think it happens on the same day that the red sox give up seventeen runs and look at a single late in the Celtics and Bruins I think both lost and the Patriots are going to start a season without Tom Brady I think this is I think this is a reminder of the come up in Boston sports fans are are about to have to deal with and the next few years now I mean look it's It's a tough pill to swallow for red SOx nation to know that. One of the transformational players of his generation in an era when Mike Trout is playing mu batches is going to be in the conversation. You know there's there's a Jack Nicklaus Arnold. Palmer. Gary Player. There's the Tiger Woods Phil. Mickelson for Awhile, David Duval conversation. I, mean my child's GonNa. Have you know mookie Betts in Clayton Kershaw and that's what this group is going to be about and to know that he was once part of your franchise and now he's not and a franchise paid him a lot of money and you believe your franchise and was capable of doing the same. For those that are moving in dying with the Red Sox I know it sucks. It really really does it's It's just a it's just a reminder and he's got to be that guy we all grew up with them that. Whatever he does he does to a level that few others can do it. So the three six times you know that's the same guy that has four. That's the same guy that bowls three hundred games. He does those things and and there'll be no surprise. You know when he wins more world series wins MVP's that's that guy he's the guy we all grew up with he's just doing it at the highest athletic level.
Breathe Again: From Miasmatic Disease To Modern Day Misconceptions
"Hopefully, you've already heard that we lost a documentary recently, it is just taking off all over the Internet and the name of the documentary is called mask facts science in history of mask in medicine, and as you know right now we are dealing with A. Nationwide and worldwide pandemic, and we're looking for solutions and we're looking for things that have real efficacy to protect our citizens and to also maintain a level of health into to to create a system where we don't go through this again, that's what it really is at the end of the day because in truth the next viruses coming, you know Kobe twenty over. Twenty, one just like the flu virus you know these viruses mutate as we're GonNa talk about today, and we'll be dealing with more infectious diseases in the future. This is how life works, and so we went to look at what are some real clinically proven real world solutions to keep our citizens healthy and so we lost this documentary again, just skyrocket is over. Half, a million views already this week and has been a few days but something happened. Something happened I'm going to share with you a little bit later in the show but as of now, you check out the full documentary at the Model Hill show dot com for slash mask facts as I mentioned today, we're GonNa go on an adventure. We're going to go through some of the data that was in the documentary, but also ribbon dig a little deeper would expand on some things we're GonNa have a good time. And really, we want look at the beginning of this utilization of mask in medicine where the start and I think it's important to in that humans have been wearing masks for forever I for thousands of years whether it's for ritual whether it's for celebration also wore that's a time that different types of masks have been used but the specific use of masks in medicine actually started around sixteen hundreds when physician Charles de created the earliest versions of a has met suit. At this time he was looking at how can we protect the physician Dat was dealing with we're talking about this time of like the black plague, right the deal with plagues it was called a plague doctor. So a featured a waxed overcoat a lengthy Cain to examine people. Can you imagine somebody examining you am cocaine you with a cane from like six feet away? How disrespectful? So they had a cane also, there was this menacing eat mask that was part of this particular has met with this form of protection. and. The interesting thing is that this mask had very different purpose than you might suspect. Because at the time physicians all over believed in something called the Maya's matic theory of disease. And basically, the miasma theory of disease means the disease is passed from person to person or from the environment to person through the inhalation of quote. Bad Air. is coming from the environment, not necessarily prisoner person, but coming from the environment in inhaling bad air was the primary cause of disease. All right. Now, the mask was not necessarily used to prevent the physician from inhaling bad air what the beak mask was actually four was to crowd out the batter and instead hill good air and what they were doing was stuffing the mask of beat to keep it away from the person and they could even lights it light it on fire lake again Billy Madison. There's a scene where they're like the taking back the poop in lights on fire people sports. So they can actually stuff the beak with herbs and spices right shot at the KFC, and then they can inhale this good air to help crowd out the batter that was the technology that was there that was their approach and they felt that was affected. So this actually continued for quite a while with this mayes matic theory disease, you might think that this is a long time ago because it sounds strange. But the Maya's matic theory of disease did not become obsolete until the twentieth century that's actually finally became obsolete in the germ theory of disease really started to take hold. And this was around the nineteen hundreds. Physicians were now beginning to wear preliminary versions of surgical mask with a primary function of protecting the patient from contamination in surgical site infection. So kind of looking at today, it was used to protect the patient from the physician. In them not you know spraying out on them during the procedure in increasing their risk of infection. Now, visually, this became common practice for healthcare workers to wear mask and the surgical setting. Now is more hygienic practices began to be incorporated into operating rooms in hospitals. Several scientists sought out to discover whether or not the ritual of wearing a mask in surgery at a high level of effectiveness in preventing infection, which is their intent surprisingly several studies including a Meta analysis, and this means multiple studies a conglomeration of multiple studies examining this issue. This was published in Cochrane systematic review, very prestigious found that when physicians wore a mask or didn't wear a mask quote, there was no statistically significant difference in infection rates between the masked in unmask group in any of the trials. Could. Now, what this means is that even over one hundred years after the inception of the mask in surgery, the researchers noted that at best quote it is unclear whether wearing surgical face masks result in any harm or benefit to the patient undergoing clean surgery. In quote I want to look a little bit further because this just didn't make sense how this not be proven to be helpful at least in. So another study, this was published in the Journal of Hospital infections appropriate title. And they also concluded that the use of surgical masks surgery are obsolete and unnecessary. Researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research and policy summarises by stating quote clinical trials in the surgery theater have found no difference in wound infection rates with and without surgical mask. Despite these findings, it has been difficult for surgeons to give up a long standing practice.
"mayes" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption
"Of right talent with areas of business need, you can easily find out which skills and competencies people have in a very objective way. A move around project teams were burning potholes. which ultimately is going to help with improved workforce and Succession Planning? But ultimately sitting down, it would also improve the survey discussions, not just once a year. Twice a year, but you know companies that implemented something like this already having those discussions deny the restoring to this consistent Moto. An fondly learning and development. Yes, something that I'm really passionate about know. We've discussed many different APPS emerging skill sets day. Different ways of working. But how do you make sensitive? And how do you kind of all to Mayes for zone? Polio Training and development sped. With this is one of the things that you can do with framework is it will allow you to identify skill gaps in a way. It will certainly allow you to have a more objective conversation around specific learning development needs. are in the spirit of fostering a lifelong learning mindset. It will enable your individuals to own their own development journey, and come to you with specific ideas on areas that they wanNA fight song. And as I said. Because it's a sets out in an objective way. I think allows organizations to make more objective decisions around that trading spend an trading investment on the value that they're getting from it. So I would. Certainly it's gotTa reflects on how maybe you could use this framework in one or two is depending on your bandwidth and depending on the your Pachulia sees that you're seeing within your organization. and I would very much be I was having a conversation. About how this works and other companies? So opposed as simple questions you. Have a competency framework, or have you been thinking about it, or is it just not on the radar, so I'll give you folks a few seconds. I would say in by individuals. Getting taught me to tell me what works for them if they have a framework I'm I'm always looking for.
"mayes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Mayes and aria I am great how are you doing on this Tuesday I'm fine good in there so we got for us tonight what are you talking about well there is I you could say that I would like to talk about the worst ways to break up with someone who okay not because I want to break up with anyone all right all righty but so I would say arguably the worst is to hire a hit man to kill them all yet okay all right we're starting okay just restarted right all right so and apparently you know that that is that is trending I live on the dark web and the new York times just posted an article about I a bit disturbing trend on the dark web where people are looking for hit men looking to hire a hit man to kill or beat up people including spouses and the good news is there is good news because I'm gonna bump it over here now that most of it is a total scam and these are not real companies or they're not certainly at least not going to really follow through with it but I but they will take your money and so the this right of all the people to scam I have no sympathy if you below ten thousand dollars trying to have your yes well actually one of their points in the field articles about this this research is being done at a Michigan university they studied twenty four of these head man for higher websites okay and they discovered through their research that none of them were links to an actual murder they're all they're all set ups based on their research and just relaxing a little bit of them for like certain their initial findings okay but I so pretty pretty interesting I guess that the the low ball is five thousand dollars wow they said that that's disturbingly low I didn't really know how much you know what was the going rate yeah I thank either right out of the way more than that apparently a grand yeah yeah five grand you can get a death by torture for fifty grand at least advertising and websites it's not real low it's horrible and no one should ever do that usually with a hot day you would get to keep your spouse and lose your money but so these people are any of these scams like reporting to the police like these people get arrested yes yes some of the people are getting arrested all right and the karma is just coming coming through fast and hot that means so much so that is the so so this is a positive story it's I feel good who but I feel like I've been on a roller coaster god and so I I found online also as as I do and I'm trolling around on there a list on ranker dot com for the ten worst ways to break up with someone and so I thought I'd see if you agree with them okay yeah sure so number one is at your wedding yeah I intend to go bad even though that is sort of you know it it's better than the day after the wedding arguably are you overweight and depends on how the wedding was going to get a really good party planned that's what I'm saying right it out if you do it right at least all these people came all this way yeah this money they're in for a night out you don't want to ruin it see if it's the next day you've just ruined one other person's day yeah if it's not a good wedding then everyone's gonna be like well this is awkward yeah you're right I think I you're you really miss the party right ruin it for everyone that's what I'm saying yeah because at that point the day doesn't mean as much to you it's not your day anymore like you don't even like to say and I want to say you don't care in the first place yeah we can up with people other people still care about your wedding don't ruin it for them C. until when she's pregnant yeah yeah well I I would argue though that this is a scenario where it might be better might be better to end if it's a really bad relationship depending on the details sure sure maybe you should just you know separate and sort of pulled the bandaid off if it's something it's not yeah that's actually great advice yeah you yeah licenses are so complicated you can't put like at a hard and fast rule that applies to everyone but yeah if you're gonna if you're in a sticky situation you're in a bad situation get out yeah and of course are less yeah and if there's a baby there of that doesn't mean of course you know don't see that prisoner support that that baby as far as co parents yeah obviously that just in case anyone is really thinking out a monster today because I'm talking about how to get your boyfriend killed and leave your pregnant wives so anyway charging on three after sex really up after sex maybe better than before sex yeah I feel like you're in a game everybody's sort of more relaxed right afterward yeah I mean I think god is in the details they're very you said it I leave it right there I think that what's what's the worst we've ever been broken up with him and I in a note on April fools day in seventh grade it was my first boyfriend no yeah and it got passed through yes it was a note his name was Kyle would if you're listening I remember yeah actually apologize about it years later did he really years later and he was really serious music Hey Miley I've been sitting on this for years and I feel so bad and I'm so sorry I did that once to a girl I dated a girl named Nicole in high school and she was in like the band and it was like a pep rally and they're just kind of there like certain out there on the on the basketball court like in the gymnasium in their their plan songs every once in a while and just in the middle of one of them I just walked over to it like in front of everybody I just kind of walked over kneel down I was like yeah we're done Hey yeah we're done right on right and the like to me and I will it was awful and so years later I like instant messaging became a thing and I founder like her I am address and I was like Hey aw I'm sorry like that was a jerk move because we ended up staying friends nine done and then I am liking her boyfriend a whole lot like she's always friendly college who like we became burrows so I was over like all the time it was a bad idea that's funny was that how yeah what a tangled web the takeover and like all of us have to take a web listen we we only have a we only have a short amount of time left is there a is there one on this list that's real that either hits Homer you think that people need to know please don't do this well here's all all in it with a question great text messaging thoughts nine eight nine seven three intense he break up with Cairo nights I don't know if I can handle it well taxes what you think would you ever would you ever break up with someone or have you ever broken up with someone VS hat yeah that's lame yeah well it when I was serious about but I've only met serious about a few people gotcha so I I think in general no but if you really if you know if the if you're having a hard time scheduling I called call now you can call got into the phone call if not in person which you should be doing you should try to be a phone call yeah I was called but if you've been dating if you've gone out like four times and you don't really talk on the phone you know I guess I've.
'Fight or Flight' Nerves Make Mice Go Gray
"They say that Marie Antoinette's hair turned white the night before she lost her head to the guillotine but constraints really have such a dramatic effect on hair-color a new study in mice concludes at Ken and credits overactive. Nerves with stripping the color from the animals locks and possibly hours researchers at Harvard Stem Cell Institute. Were interested in these stress and hair color issue so they decided to take a closer look at the stem cells that give rise to Milan. Ascites the cells that pump pigments into each hair follicle stem cells. Were an obvious target. Because changes in the stem cell population translates to try and justify hair color which very visible and easy to identify. Jacek sue the study senior author to start. She and her colleagues subjected mice to some rodent sized stressors like having their cage tilted their bedding dampened or their lights left on all night. So what did we find? We found stress indeed leads to premature hair grain in mice by took a long time for us to actually narrow down how occurs first they thought it could be the immune system attacking the millennia site stem cell population however mayes lack immune cells steel. Shell premature here graying under stress than they thought the key factor could be cortisol. The quintessential stress hormone the one way removed from the mice so that they cannot produce quarter so like her mows. The hairstyle turned gray under stress. That's when they turn their attention to the sympathetic nervous system which or constraints the body's overall reaction to stress including the classic fight or flight. Response those nerves reach out to our muscles organs and yes even our hair the nerve terminals wrap around each follicle like a ribbon and sooner team cut. Those connections the stem cells were spared and the animals kept their shiny black coat even in the face of minor discomfort. The findings appear in the journal Nature. It's unclear whether the same sympathetic nerves make us gray as we age but the results provide hope that we may someday be able to fight to hold onto our natural hair color and avoid that monthly flight to the hairdresser.
Voice for Car Dealerships with Ethan Richardson, Founder of CarSay
"Grow up in the UK and had a career in the chat bots base. And now you work in Boyce in Romania which is a pretty interesting mix. Can you tell us how you got into boys. And why in Romania. Yes right so I was born in the UK in Birmingham and for family reasons. I ended up in Romania so I've always loved tech for a long time since I was like seven years old and I remember my first Amstrad. PC An ember member trying to hack in CODA and it was really interested in from Nen. I've just loved learning and playing with tax cuts in tech. And it's really being a johnny from me. Touchy London Romania Amihai. So be ready to be an interesting and also yeah just being. Here's Mayes to a lot of things that are used to have in the case of C- being remain as a different environments onslow. I'll have to change that to the market. And what would you say is the voice. Landscape like in Romania and Eastern Europe. Right now yes it. That's really interesting. Actually because Romania is a place where Amazon hasn't really landed so to speak so for example to get deliveries from Amazon. You have to go to John Inside and get the United Devices. So voice hasn't really reached the point of being normal and the reason for that is because because of the language area Amazon Alexa doesn't support the Manian and also doesn't and so it's really a luxury to have wanted wanted these speakers and I did some research He recently and is such as about ten percent of people at she owned a small speak in their homes so so that is really low pets in the US and education. Imagine you know. It's not really easy to get your hands on echo dots or Google home to Feis. So that's why it's really a challenge that Jesus speak to be live out because a lot of people don't even know what an Alexa device is so when you're having these conversations with people you're actually starting from the very basics of what is this device sitting in front of you so the has been you know a challenged about the half been a few deaf shops have sprung up and more all developing skills for students outside of Romania. So I could see that changing in the near future when an exile Google start to support the local language and also these devices and locally the very difficult to get your hands on sometimes I have to get these devices imported from the US from the UK. Because you just can't get your hands on an echo and echo shows just not possible. This is really a challenge but as far as voice projects being implemented the hasn't been any no so far so it's really a case of of educate to the market and that what these devices can do more than just controlling music or searching on the light. Slow changing the light colors so you you know. Starting from that point is actually a point of trying to educate the market has been a bit of interest from the business community but as far as you know what Camis knees devices do and actually people want to know about the adoption rates some during in different market areas so there is a bit of interest respite in terms of rolling this out as a viable product for a at that can be sold is. It's at the point where people have really got that dates as behind in terms of adoption customer adoption rights. Such you know make a feasible viable option. So it's quite a neat technology and as as you can say it's it's a challenge here but at the same time it's a great opportunity because I'm on case you know there isn't any competition so for me being here. It's re- me me easy to come the subject matter expert and actually show people what these devices can do so like. I said there's only being ten percent adoption rate of these devices prices so I've had to change the way that I look at voice instead of being in home skill development. I've had JANCI look outside of the box in Siwa what can I do. What can I build is out of home? And these skills have to interact with people outside of the because people just don't have them in hung and it's really a challenge to the businesses and say these advantages that you can actually get from using these devices but I do see that the voice remaining will grow and on if the applications develops that will really fulfill the need and reduce the friction of every day. Hassles I think as a designer and a developer myself I can see voice fits and like I said before coming from the UK. I had a lot of things that I could access. But here things are very the basic and tons of bringing access you have records for example online is not available in San things like this of really behind the Times but it opens up your advised to question things and say well. Why is that like that and lies this during this? And because of that you don't accept the status quo use of question everything. And that's that's how it led to me coming up with 'cause I which is a new idea a new project that such gains traction well again. I congratulate delay you because you know voice even in the. US is still something that you know. We're trying to educate people on so I can imagine in Romania kind of feeling like this one. A person has to feel slightly lonely and intimidating but also really exciting as you kind of pioneer. This concept is that accurate. And maybe how you're feeling definitely it's a lonely space because there's not many people developing skills here. Some developers have tried to hand just to see what the technology can do. But they're all very many people who are trying to core business behind this. I think a lot of people say as a novelty and when I say to people that this is what they can do. They go is nice but they don't really see the business opportunity because of the lack of Romanian support. So I'm sure aw GEICO. Low Amazon soon will support the language and then I will be the fast long stretch be building viable businesses on the back of tests. But like you said is it's lonely place to be but you know reaching out to different people in the UK Meet U S. You know it's really good to see the voice community. Gordon Globally so. I don't think it's just a local often. Golfing people are really amazing things in the UK in Germany and also in the US so it's fun times to be voice. Yeah and you know. All businesses physicist start with solving a problem and yours specifically is within the car dealership space. Can you tell us about your journey. And what led you to creating car. Say Yes yes so The story behind this as quite financially because it all starts from me actually wanting to buy a new car and I actually went to local car dealership which was a near where I live and she just wants expecting to be great information being able to walk out ostby. We are seeing a car and I got there and the salesperson who was assigned to me didn't speak English and it was a bit strange because he looks at me and I looked at him and we were like how we going to do this. And so he ended up Calling one of his clicks. You also didn't speak English so there was a massive language barrier so I ended up walking out with a grocer which was in women so I actually went home. Sought Dan House like that. That's not a good experience. That's not a good customer experience. So I started to their some research online about CAU- dealerships and the challenges is in some of the new developments in the market and realize that it's not just me a lot of car. Dealerships are having problems with the challenges from ability platforms such Suba and also increasing options and leasing analyzed at these dealerships have really struggling to create great customer experiences. And so I did some research and found out that it was an ultra to recall estates. If dealerships experiences improved by seventy two percent then people would visit them more and also Fifty three percent of people would be more likely to buy vehicle if the customer expense improved so I saw that that was a great opportunity to actually use voice in a car dealership because of my situation I
Turkey's Erdogan in Tunisia for Surprise Talks with President
"Turkey's president visited North Africa Wednesday. Hey for talks with Tunisia's leader. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports that the visit comes after the countries signed to controversial agreements. President type air took the unannounced trip to meet his Tunisian counterpart along with Turkey's Defence Minister on November twenty seventh Turkey in Tunisia signed a pair of bilateral agreements. One promising Turkish assistance. Should the internationally recognized government in Tripoli needed against forces led by warlord Holy Fa half tar the other sets out maritime boundary agreement that says could legitimize mayes Turkish drilling for hydrocarbons in the eastern Mediterranean the Turkey Libya Maritime Accord has been rejected by Greece Cyprus Egypt and Israel who have plans to drill in the same
Did Humans Evolve To Be Superstitious?
"At IBM problems inspire us to push the world forward that's why so many people work with welcome to bring stuff production of iheartradio prestigious beliefs go back as far as human history and they still exist today from that's how ingrained in our behaviors superstitions are if superstitions indeed wired for magical thinking superstitious thinking is the result he may decide his unshaven face brought him luck and refuse to shave for the rest of the series may have some control over his destiny may actually improve his performance an animal or enemy preparing strike on the other hand could just be a breeze if their life and if they were right and it was a dangerous Predator chances are that on our prehistoric friend might also make the false association that a rustling sound during a full relation whether or not it's logical and we adapt our behavior accordingly even other Aijun it'll quickly fly away even though pigeons are pretty smart no really they ace the pigeon evolved just like our ancestors to be better safe than sorry and Mayes a two thousand and three study showed that road fatalities in South Africa were ten the more superstitious the driver the higher the accident rate this goes to show today's episode was written and for more podcasts from my heart radio is iheartradio. APP APPLE PODCASTS or wherever you listen to your favorite what's up guys. This is easy bus and I've got a brand new podcast they've been waiting for. Don't miss these exclusive interviews listener legit check on the iheartradio APP.
"mayes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Around the world, Deborah Mayes in Hong Kong. Manage the later. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partner is stepping down. So Democratic Party leader Andhra, now's will resign after losing the party's backing following a big defeat in the European parliament elections. Now's played a key role in the coalition. And her departure could prompt her party's exits that may force Merckel to lead a minority government for my new alliance or face a snap election. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration is ready to negotiate with Iran without preconditions. But Aranesp foreign ministry says his comments don't demonstrate a change in US policy, and Washington's approach towards Islamic Republic needs to be corrected. Prepare engage in conversation with no preconditions were already to Saddam with the American effort to fundamentally. Reverse the malign activity of this as lawmakers Republic. This revolutionary force is going to continue. Plimmer has been told the US Justice department is preparing to open an antitrust investigation into Google. It would be the Trump administration's first major step to scrutinize potentially anti-competitive conduct by giant technology firm. The US has been criticized for allowing tech platforms to dominate their markets. While European officials have aggressively pursued antitrust cases. Early for the fed to begin cutting interest rates. That's the view of Minneapolis fed president Neil cash Cari, he says that despite increasing concerns about low inflation, and an escalating trade war, the fundamentals of the economy are still strong. If it looked like the US economy, slowing down, if job growth were slowing down if these tariffs, and these trade fights were causing businesses to retrench, then that could put the, the fundamentals are the real economy on a slower trajectory. So either of those could be caused for changing the path of monetary policy. I'm not quite there yet. I take a lot of comfort from the fact that the job market continues to be strong. Twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm this Winberg manage. Thank.
"mayes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome to the Mayes mart puppy minute. This is Sara Wilson and this week. We're going to talk about managing your mouth Z puppy one-two-three after helping to raise thousands of puppies who are in them. Now, the period, I thought I would share three things I often do to help when a puppy is. Now, the the very first thing, I think about what a puppy is getting all. Is when did he sleep last puppies grow from their birth weight well into adolescence in a single year think about that think about how much sleep you would need if you went from your birth weight to your age fifteen size in one year? A labrador puppy will frequently go from about one pound of birth to seventy thousand plus or minus in twelve months. They need an extraordinary amount of sleep. Especially in the first six months, if your puppy is not getting eighteen or more hours of sleep a day. He's probably cranky just like kids, they get cranky. And when they get cranky they start to get mouth, and they start to get fussy. And they may get hyperactive if you're lucky you're public is tired, and he goes to sleep. But a lot of them don't. And when they. That's perfectly normal. You just need to recognize that sign. There is no point in trying to stop in exhaustive puppy from behaving like an exhausted puppy. They won't think and they won't learn. Well, so when I know the puppies and they've gone from a calm. Nice puppy to a mouthing machine. I will often simply quietly calmly in kindly put them down for nap. The next thing is, and I learned this from my mother whenever she took us kids out to a restaurant or on a long drive when I was little whenever I started to get bored or fussy out from her handbag would appear the most magical little thing some crayons or add lives or some sort of card game something would appear in. She would always time it for when we had just about reached the end of our rope. She is a very wise woman. I use the same approach. I will keep some wonderful chewy. I like the compressed raw hides with several sheets of. Oh, hides press together. I also like bully sticks pencil raw hides which really pencils for small dogs. You will find the thing your dog loves, and when they start to get you see them getting restless, and sort of searching around for things and all of a sudden grabbing everything in the living room. I will go and get this. And I will get them all excited. The all what's this? What about God? And I'll rub between my hands, and I'll blow on it something I learned from Brian comments, and he learned from Barbara Woodhouse. But rub it on your hands blow on a get all excited look at this. And you can have it as if you are hitting them the holy grail. Most puppies will be fully engaged when you start to sound that interested, and they will grab it and trot off happily in start to sit down and chew on it for ten or fifteen minutes allowing you to get a Cup of coffee stretch, not worry about things after that time period. I will remove the object because I want to keep. It for emergency. Use think of it in a little glass panel with a hammer underneath us this emergencies. I don't want it to be at all the time where it loses its appeal, and I will just quietly take it away put it away out of sight until the next time. I think the puppy might meet this with young dogs. I frequently. We'll do this in the morning. They get up. They go outside the do their business. They come in. And I will give them something to for the first fifteen or twenty minutes 'cause I like to have a nice quiet Cup of coffee. And I also liked to start teaching them that right after we all get up. It's a quiet time. It's not an active time. And the last thing I do with puppies. That are in this stage is I legally on them. I will spray the leash down with an anti to product or even dip it in it. If it's a thin leash. And then I will let them drag that around when they are out with me, and I can supervise them that way. If they start to get into something. I don't have to attempt to grab them because when the puppies are in this. Mood, if you try to grab their caller. They're just as likely to turn around start to mouth you. And now everything's escalated in your frustration the puppies frustrated, but if I can just pick up the lease the puppies now chewing on a table lake say, I will pick up the leash. I'll back away BUSTER come. Good puppy. Good. Very good. I'll do a simple set of when the puppies com. I'll go try to get them interested in a toy. Or I can keep them next to me in practice along guided down, which is explained in the book, my smart puppy because if the puppy is rested, and they're just feeling restless tiring, their brain out is much more effective than tiring. Their body out. Now, exercise is important. I'm a big fan of it. But if you're puppies sort of at loose end of few simple sits in a row a few guided down a little bit of space game work, and you will see the puppy calm down. And settle in a way that a run may not. All right. So those are three things you can think. About with your new puppy pay attention to how much sleep they're getting. They may well need more don't expect them to sleep outside of the crate, especially if you've got kids cause just like a toddler they will try to stay awake. And they don't want to miss anything in they'll get up and go go in the go until they're exhausted. And when they're exhausted there little piranha. So you watch the clock and you start thinking around eighteen hours, plus minus a giant breed absolutely eighteen hours or more for the first six or seven months. They're just growing ethnic strawberry rate and you calmly in kindly put them in the crate, it is not a punishment. They won't hate the great. That is just where they need to go for them to settle in the rural with the children, the house, a puppy in the crate is a puppy that is left alone. Do not wake them up for Pokomo product or talk to him or wiggled, a great or any of those things leave them alone. Let them sleep the next one have some good choose around. Save them. For -mergency purposes. Use them when the puppy is getting mouth or restless, and like me, you can use it first thing in the morning for fifteen or twenty minutes. So the puppy plays quietly while you start your day and the last one legally Sean soak it with an anti chew product. So they weren't is likely to chew through it only use it when you can supervise take it off when he put them in the crate, and that way, you can pick up the leash when they start to get into something rather than attempting to grab them the grabbing too often starts game that ends up being frustrating for you and bad training them. Now, if you have any questions at all, please stop by on moderated and friendly forms of mice puppy dot com. We will happily help you out because that is why we're there go out and try something new with your dog. Then let us.
"mayes" Discussed on The MLB Show
"Plus, you can maybe look forward to the number one pick which is something at least to look forward to. Whereas if you're the Tigers in your maybe the second or third worst team in baseball right now in your at least a few years removed from being good, and at least a few. Here's for moved from being good again in terms of like current star power. I guess you've got Cabrera. But that's about it. That would probably be my pick. Well, let's just like is a back of the napkin judgment for for how far away. The tigers. Are do you know who Casey Mayes is? I do I do know a number one pick. So that I do. Okay. That's my my judge or might my like part of my. My my ruler for for how close a prospect is to the majors is whether you know, if you know anything about. Yeah. So I think number one picks probably get a an exemption. You have so much knowledge in your head. I don't know what what sort of cifs out the by. That's two. What's interesting fun facts in there that could be created crowding out, Casey mice. But he still in there for now. Okay. Cool. So maybe they are closer than we think. But all right. So we're going to give that big old civil information a couple more wax next week. But until then thanks for joining me. We'll talk to you again soon. All right, talk to you. Then that will just about do it for this week's dishes of the ringer MLB show. Thanks, Zac, and Ben next special guest begging mount mirrow of the athletic special. Thanks, Bobby Wagner, who not only produced today's episode, but he had to reschedule his appointment to get a Peter Alonzo back tattoo in order to come into the studio and do so that's dedication of the job. Thanks to rattle the Kunio Bryce Harper. And Chris paddock for giving us stuff to talk about. And thank you for listening. You're the weeks action and we'll see an extra..
Meet Mya, The Conversational AI Recruitment Platform
"I want to find out more about a company called Maya systems and their conversational. Aaagh recruiter solution originally read the companies on a mission to open up a world of job possibilities for everyone and their inefficiencies in the existing recruiting model. Made it the right talent. And the right job. Don't always end up together and maya's vision is to create a solution where job seekers get jobs faster. And hiring teams get the most qualified candidates by finally eliminating frictional, unemployment Mike, Hanna language aloof that phrase frictional unemployment. But in a fa me book elope and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to the bay area. So we can speak with co founder. Il, grave sqi from my systems. And he's going to tell us all about the difference. I making with this technology. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell them listen as a l- about who you are? And what you do. Absolutely. So my name is all grey ski. I'm the CEO and co founder of Maya systems, so a little bit about me, I come from long history of recruiting my my dad actually started a staffing business about forty years ago. And so I got great exposure and into the space and learning more about the recruiting process. I later started my first business which was called first job dot com. Which was a marketplace really focusing on creating a better experience for early career job seekers. And we we operated that business for about three and a half years scaled it to over eleven million users worked with hundreds of top employer. Brands, predominantly on high volume entry level an internship programs and learned a ton about the pitfalls in the candidate experience as well as as the inefficiencies that large enterprises face in recruiting for for high volume categories, and that really inspired the development of Maya which is our AI recruiting assistant that I'm excited to share bit more about today, just at a high level what we're doing is revolutionizing how how large enterprises in agencies recruit talent, and we're doing that through a conversational AI platform and the platform is powered by Maya which is our AI recruiting assistant, and what my doing is automating outreach and communications were job candidates across multiple phases of. Intend recruitment process and can perform a variety of tasks for hiring teams. So some of those tasks include sourcing talent pool management screening scheduling, and so forth and end we're engaging with those candidates across multiple channels such as SMS in WhatsApp and our platform makes it really easy for customers to implemented scale at across their organization. So looking forward to to digging with you today. Attached to any been on an incredibly exhausting journey. And I've met a lot about my systems. And the fact is like you said a conversational Ayla recruit, but for people that just choosing gain. And hearing about you for the first time could you may be set the scene until everyone listening more about what is an ultimately, what makes it unique from the solutions outlet to sure so Meyer, the conversational AI recruiter. So what my is doing is engaging in natural language with job candidates, and that's happening at multiple phases of the recruiting process. For example, when you apply to a job rather than falling into the black hole. My is going to have a conversation with you, and engage instantaneously and give you an opportunity to express your value. And really learn about your qualifications and really focus on how to connect you with the best opportunity, and I'm excited to share a few other ways that Mayes being used today. But that's one great example. Something that makes Maya truly unique not only in the recruiting space. But in the broader, a assistant space is it's ability to engage with users in berry natural way. So the intelligence behind maya's conversational abilities enables a far more rich experience that users than users expect and what we found is that the more robust AI and experience. The more engagement in conversion we see with candidates and the better candidate experience. It turns out the candidates are more receptive to a bought that shows acknowledgement of understanding can understand multi-party sponsors and really handle educators as well. So that's one way that we really differentiated the other ways. However, Vance our AI platform is around configure ability, the tools, we built that enable customers the scale that experience across their businesses as well as the breadth of of the platform in the use cases, we support. So
"mayes" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"But I wonder what school district gives up to teach this, and John I'd love for you to respond to Polly, particularly in public education, the requirements are extensive in the school day is only so long if this is to be a requirement, then what goes by the wayside, John. How different states answered this question. Well, you know, it's it's usually you have plenty of credit hours or units. They have different names in different states. But. If you add another requirement that the reality is what you're taking away is probably an elective, right? That that a student would take and you know, one principal or I talked to who is reluctant to. Require a personal finance as a graduation requirement said look, John, here's the way it really works. If I add this, then there's going to be less electives that students will be able to take. And if if an elective can't get enough students, and we'll cancel it. And and sadly that elective might be the favorite course that an educator teaches. So I haven't seen it as a real excuse for preventing things moving forward. It would mean we have less electives and high schools. What about the way John that these courses are are designed or what they're called? You heard me ask Jessica about making the courses engaging. I I'm wondering how imaginative educators lawmakers are in terms of the way, they structure these. I mean, I can understand rolling Mayes at a class on personal finance. I would definitely take a course called wealth. If that was the requirement. I would take that all four I would take. Well, 4._0._1. by the time that I was done with high school. How were they structuring these courses state to state? They're usually they're using a term like personal finance is usually as as lure was saying. It's the state will mandate standards, and it's really up to the local schools to define what the courses called in their course, catalog, so I there are some clever names like the like wealth, but that would be done at the local high school level that wouldn't be down at the state level. I'm thirty eight years old. I'll take a course in wealth right now. I would be all about it. Another one of our listeners rights, I'm in my seventies. And we never thought to have financial talks with their kids. My children are doing a much better job explaining to their kids that they're saving for college. And that if they want special things they need to save their money. One of them gives allowances that come with the offer that if they don't take it the parent will put it into an account to save it with interest, so save and get more. They sometimes take it. But as they've grown older and understand money better. They are more often saving it a great lesson. Laura. I wonder if you could answer a question from John who's listening in Louisville. John tweeted are the banks and credit card companies against teaching kids about financial literacy in the schools. Oh, no. They are not against it at all. And one of the things is part of the jumpstart coalition. We have organizations from better financial institutions. Government agencies nonprofits academic institutions. We have many financial in industry participants that are huge supporters of financial education. And before you know, some listeners jump to the conclusion that it is only so that they can sell more of their product or more to ask you about that. Yeah, we have many of our partners support, for example, our teacher conference, and they are sponsors where they are not directly selling their message telling their message and also the curricula that a lot of these financial institutions support or create themselves are standards based. So they are not allowed to weave in. But you have to open an account with us. And so by and large the financial industry is doing a really good job at helping us help teachers and help families with financial education. Jill Laura, imagine. There's a little bit of fire walling that has to kind of go on. I mean, I got my first Bank account when I was four teen. Years old at what was first Union Bank, and then got acquired by Wachovia Bank, and then got acquired by Wells Fargo, and I still have that exact same while down. But I'm imagining you have to do a little bit of firewall to make sure that this isn't just an easy conduit to young consumers, and we do and so one of the things that jumpstart coalition. Does is we have an online clearinghouse a financial education resources. And it includes tons and tons of next gen stuff. It includes financial education resources from government from banks from pretty much everyone. But what we do is. We review these materials, and we don't bliss them, if they are marketing materials in disguise, or if if they have a an ulterior modem so to speak, and so in that way, we can improve upon an internet. Search by saying if you search the clearinghouse, we can tell parents and teachers that the materials here have been checked and an undergrad tubes. Now, I imagine one of the benefits of do. Doing this is that if you're a financially literate young person, and you get one of these materials, you'll be able to tell when they're just trying to market to you. And even if they are marketing is not a crime at least you'll be able to suss out what they're saying. And decide if it's right for you or not, absolutely. I think one of the most important things about financial literacy, and Jessica mentioned this. It's not just about memorizing facts and figures it's about understanding how to make decisions and understanding how to use information to manage your own money. We know that there are a lot of you who are looking for different ways to go about that and expand financial literacy Kate McKinnon from Saturday Night Live had a little bit of fun with this in a sketch that was about teaching young kids about financial concepts. Maybe you saw that sketch when it aired last year. What?.
"mayes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's get the latest business flash headlines. Deborah Mayes with us. Having just a few problems with signed. But let me take you inside the story. But the Snapchat CEO say that stone. Also say that MRs stone had a few issues. We will return to Asia with some of those shows. A little bit later in the show. Then he gets you night to the next air, we touched on Russia and a lot has been said about which risk appetite as we see the signs of a more dovish stance from the fed as well as a drop in the trade tensions between the US in China as a little bit not. I'm we've got a surprise and the leaders in the emerging markets so far this is Russia. Bloomberg's Alex Nicholson choices not from Moscow Alex well done on getting up so early. Let's talk about your bomb market night Russian bonds on the currency. I mean, they are near the top of the pack in the emerging markets space. But that's certainly not where we left it at the end of last year. No, not at all. In fact, the the contrast is quite quite striking last year. The ruble was the third worst performer in emerging markets as well as local currency bonds. So while they were being hit by the same things as generally on the fed tightening. Trade war concerns on top of that. You also had concerns about tougher sanctions from from the US. And that meant that when Brent was soaring last year the sanctions offset that and the impact on Russian markets was actually quite muted. But let's take a look at the first chart just yesterday. The the Russian finance minister move ministry, excuse me. Had its best bond sale in almost half a year. Cast your mind back to late summer and the finance ministry was axing bone sales back to back. So now yields down to August levels. And as of last night, the ruble, is you say was the best performer in emerging market currencies. So what is it? That's that's driving the markets in particular g think it's centered around policy. Do you think is the river? Do you think it's one of the correlations that are most important? Yeah. I mean, as you say, it's of course, the again, the tide lifts all ships. So you have the the slightly dovish stance. The fed and perhaps the trade tensions are slightly off the center stage for for now. But really what happened? You know, the the start of two thousand and nineteen traders woke up an awful lot more comfortable with some of the best that were hanging over the market last year. And look a look at what happened this week. I'm just just recently. We have the Senate making noises about. Fighting against this move from the administration to lift sanctions on one of the biggest Russian billionaires. Also this week. We had the central Bank coming back into the market and buying hard currency. That's something that stopped during last year to support the ruble now normally for Russia. These things would be pretty bad news. You'd expect them to offset any gains for Brent. But take a look at the second shot. You can see traders enjoying the rallying oil. This is a correlation job. You can see how the correlation and the ties between the ruble in crude a creeping back up again. Very simple question is candidate juror can at last. I mean that that's the perennial question in EM. But specifically in Russia where the fault lines. Yeah. Well, it's really a matter of how much appetite you think is out there from the US for for severe sanctions on Russia. And what what form those sanctions might take this week HSBC came out and start quite an optimistic note. They said that they see the the the sanctions issue substantially priced into Russian markets. Well, let's take a look at the the final chart what we can see here is how Russia has moved something like hundred billion dollars of its reserved reserves out of the US currency in the spring last year. It's doing that to protect itself from assets that could be impacted by US. Sanctions the result? Russia is something like the whole the the owner of about a quarter of all the Chinese Yuan out in reserves globally. So this this really marks a huge strategic shift and it underscores the dangers that are out there. So while while the markets today and the start of the year might be quite buoyant. We can see from this, but long-term Russian officials really aren't taking any chances. Nope. They're certainly not nNcholas Alex Nicholson, our Moscow correspondent on emerging markets are edited resident thank you very much coming up on the show. It's official bring about the big six US banks topped one hundred billion dollars in profit for the first time last year. More on the details. Christine. Buck is in nice. This is..
"mayes" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Oaten in Bonneville. So we'd had a friendship and stuff like that. And I know my I don't know how many fights that might not very many. I mean only fight him. So when I heard that the coach came in the put me on the starting lineup. So I I said don't worry guys. Oh, fight him. And before my guys can even tell me no already walking out the thing. I didn't want them to change my mind because it would have been pretty changed my mind. So we went out there. And I asked him he was just you know, just as luck would have it. The puck gets dumped in my corner needs in there, and he was really badly. And I was going to battle for cross-checking a couple of times it is. We gotta go and he of laughed a couple of times. Like, he he no, no, no you then we did. We went at it. He dropped gloves. When we went at it. And. Before he could really bury me, I fell on the stick and broke my leg and. No being being the kinda guy that my is. I mean, he myself right away. Many okay. And you know, perpetrators and try to help me get up late was, you know, pointing pointing east when they have been pointing so and and that's just the kind of guy Mayes. What's he wasn't necessarily that that at least me, maybe different me? But he wasn't like a mean. I mean, there's some guys come across like me. And you know, but my like he was always had you know, respect for other players and for the game. And I don't know maybe didn't like it as much as other guys. Whatever moves and sister, tough, you know, maybe just to surprise. I don't know whatever it was. I think that's stick everyday because it could have been my nose that was broken or my cheekbone. It was like the the real maker the right? Shot. Battlement? How would you guys score that fight? I mean was was it a win for Mayes is. That is that I mean ended up well when you can't skate off the ice..
"mayes" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"I I wrote a I wrote a piece about that. And say about that that's in Margaret be maybe gay. How about how this woman who I believe still lives there? There's a miss cherry grove contest every year, a very close friend of hers had died of aids. And she decided that in his. Memory. She would come in dress kind of on the Butch side, and she would come and drag to the miss cherry, grow contest and compete eleven. And that was so controversial very very, you know, sort of prefigures the trans debates about drag. Exactly. And that that really Pitta Mayes the change. That was going on the last time. I was there. It was women all of the place. Not I don't know they were majority. But it seemed like it was pretty, you know, fifty fifty. You know, you you have this wonderful new memoir out, and you said your knowledge a little bit earlier that queer people have really been your main audience and sort of intellecutal throughout your career. I'm wondering if you could just leave us with what you hope, you know, LGBT readers who might pick up the book after hearing you on the show what they might get out of it. What what why did you write it? And and and what do you hope that people can sort of learn from your experience personally, and in the academy, and otherwise I wanted to tell my story, and I want to encourage other people to tell their stories because has they say if you're not at the table on the menu. I mean, we we need so much to affirm each other there's still so much self h written. Shame. So on the one hand I wanted to tell history that's such an important thing for our community. Especially since we're our history is not taught in K through twelve kinda unless you take a gay. Studies course, it's not taught in college. I've not part of the, you know, so that's that's the thing. I want people to feel that their stories are worthwhile. That other people will be interested in them. And that they won't be our struggles won't be for not. Thank you so much Esther. It's been so great to talk to you. And highly encourage our listeners to check out your new memoir, my Bush courier. Thank you so much. It's been it's been a pleasure..
"mayes" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Year old. That's how he given these young girls. I mean, but that's how society is today. Like, if you realize all these young girls, look bow to me. They don't really look what people when they say age, breaking no, mullets understandable. These young girls won't maturity instead of growing. Forty year old right? Going like a few years. Dating FD. Look good enough. Yes. I do. I won't talk to me. I'm still at the age where grown Edney. I mean, it's still too friendly. To me, I'm gonna freak out like shit. Fuck. Get out. Let me tell you right now coming from a young man, I'm only twenty out here. If I catch a young woman talking to a man that's over ten to fifteen years. I'm gonna speak on it. I've been speaking on it. Because like I said I already feel offense because of the simple fact taken away from our categories day your own. Leave it to the young. Art. What do because you can't get with Jackie getting? Yeah group because either you're not mature enough. We outgrew you're not making enough money because you still smoking dope, and whatever. Yeah. Joining in your life, stop digging into us, like leave us alone. Because I got a little flashy something something while we still growing to be who we gonna beat your messing up these females Mayes messed ended up us for real.
12% of all podcasts only have one episode
"From Toronto in Canada, the latest from pot news dot net. Twelve percent of podcasts. Have only published one episode according to Pacific contents. Dan Meisner who's crunched the stats us half of all podcasts have less than fourteen episodes. And Mayes says that the most popular podcasts have about two hundred episodes available. Maybe the something to learn their the CBC in Canada cover the hot docs podcast festival and the ad up. Tation of podcasts for live events, some work. They say and some don't and we reported that apple had removed a crypto podcast off the chain from their platform on November the seventh was censorship. Well, maybe not the author tag was and we quote anti pump Llano fund manager investing in crypto open brackets block chain crypto assets tokens and digital assets. Close brackets, which is against apple podcast guidelines. It's now being changed to simply Antony pump Bianco, and guess what? It's now listed again. And you season of the uncover investigative podcast focuses on the largest unsolved murder in Canada the bombing of Canadian Pacific flights twenty one in nineteen sixty five that returns on November the twelfth. And if you're interested
Cleanfeed: remote recording and live broadcasting thats better than a double-ender
"Hi, I'm Ellen Tepper today and beyond podcasting, detailed conversation with Mark Bacchus of clean feed the online service that allows remote recording and live broadcasting that's even better than a double ender and includes built in virtual cards for prerecorded clips in the pro version. Thanks. What shooting into beyond putt, costing dot com way. We recognize that your online radio show is much more than just podcast. Your show can be broadcast live, which is not a podcast you'll show can be heard on a website which isn't a podcast either. Of course, you're online radio show can and shoot also be syndicated as a podcast by RSS where your listeners can subscribe using a standard pod catcher, or you'll shows own branded app, Android, and I o s beyond podcasting dot com. Kevin microphones interfaces, mixers, production, software recording techniques, based practices and mall. Now enjoy another episode of young podcasting dot com with your host, Alan Tipper. You're listening to be on podcasting. I'm Alan Seper in the studio in Miami, and I have Mark from somewhere in the United Kingdom. I believe from clean feed on the other end. Is that correct? Mark? It is. Okay. And we are apparently recording because it says red and the counter is moving forward. So we are now recording this conversation using clean feed that net, a wonderful web service, which I have already used for several other interviews both on beyond podcasting dot com. And also on a couple of my other shows, including copy Kwa, FM and also do rather global. So I've used it for a few different shows already, and now I'm for the first time experiencing the pro version. And that's why Mark is here to help discuss both the basic one and the pro one in all of the new pro features that have been added. That's right. As you've already found out the provisions. Allows you to quantum of stuff actually at at very high quality. And that was our intention from the very beginning to allow anyone to experience high quality audio over the nets. So a free package of of clean feed allows you to do just that to invite your guests, connect them up, and we even include a recording out of the box. They not free version of pain fade, which I think a lot of people have used, and I think found the the benefits of using the service which which I think is being great. Yes. And I would like to clarify, unlike some of the similar services that are out there which do an automatic or automated dual ender your service with clean feed does not do that. Correct. So that's right. So we send the audio around the incidents and as the GD receives it, the studio will record it. So vest person, cons of of of each type of system that the benefit of Al system is. That's what you hearing is. Exactly what you're recording. So I think unlike some other systems, you don't get the high quality audio live, which can be problematic if you're doing in something not needs that you know high quality audio. So you can actually get emphasis of of the puzzle of the of the Randall will even their emotions. So using it this way and recording it at live from the studio end means that you're capturing that live moment as it is an ethnic benefits hugely with production workflows, and you're not having to wait at the end for fall, stop load and the download. It's instant and it saves straight to the studio, and which is again, a huge benefits. It also makes clean feed appropriate for a live broadcast. Whereas all of the others that do the the automated dual ender do not exactly. And it's, you may as well full back to Skype if you're gonna do it that way. Because like I said, I thank think the o'day quality is obviously as clean as as Kane fee is live. So the other advantage of course is that we allow for money. Transmission of audio as well as stereo content. So if you go to mix, then you go to stereo output pluck the stereo output, straightens your stereo input of your of your sound, capturing device on your computer, and and if you go, you know, you've got a full by quality studio output of the incident. That's who have you want to send it. So again, we've seen great success of radio stations, for example, outdoing an outside broadcast and they can pretty much broke everything from the remote location back to the studio which is being I think re will receive. We've had no complaints, and it's been very stable. And again, the latency even on our stereo side of the platform is is being very low. So again, you know, great for live broadcasts.
Dear Elon Musk, delete your Twitter account
"Let's get a quick check on your business headlines deborah mayes standing by mattis chinese investors will be barred from trading in shares of dozens of foreign companies including those with weighted voting rights such a show me as regulators seek to strengthen protection on the shanghai hong kong connect xiaomi was the first company with weighted voting rights solicit hong kong and it had already postponed issuing cdr's due to market conditions the liquidator have struggling bras group is said to prefer an offer from cerberus capital management over a rival bid from colony capital deloitte is managing the operation with pricewaterhouse coopers and we're told service is seen as a better option agreement maybe struck within weeks our sources say no final decision has been made but holidays bid has been turned down biggest bank has become the latest company in the uae to report exposure to bras emerets med says it has an exposure twenty one point three million dollars through an equity investment abroad and a further six seventeen point six million invested across three abroad funds tesla boss elon musk was forty thousand dollars to a political committee that supports house republicans but insists he's not a conservative donation is his second largest of this election cycle after a fifty thousand dollar contribution to another republican group last year the self proclaimed socialist took to twitter to defend himself saying he gives money to democrats as well to maintain dialogue and that's your bloomberg business flash thank you very much what does the word waking up to this morning in the middle east we're waving up just like your oil prices and a message from the imf about what's happening this is hard markets finished yesterday divide is bid on behalf of one percent of course we saw.
Wgn, John Beeline and Michigan discussed on The Paul W. Smith Show
"Airliner wgn news time eight oh three here's steve courtney sports all right there richard last night at the fabulous comerica park tigers ernest split with the stanks the opener didn't go well yankees win at seven four then the nightcap goes to the tigers way for to two final tigers have won nine of their last thirteen now aaron judge the yankee slugger became the first player ever to strike out eight times in double header five times in the nightcap alone tigers now in boston to face the red sox seven ten first pitch tonight red sox doing very well forty one in nineteen matter of fact they'll send out the thirtythreeyearold knuckleballer stephen wright tigers will send out the twenty six year old right hander ardila wicky to get things going major league baseball draft last night as expected the tigers use the number one pick on auburn's as casey mayes stanley cup finals capital six golden knights to all of a sudden the caps now up three one looking for their first stanley cup championship in this their forty third season game five will be eight o'clock that's going to be thursday night going back to vegas nba final game three warriors cavaliers in cleveland nine o'clock tomorrow night golden state up two nothing in that series speaking of which the pistons continue their search for a new head coach and according to reports they would like further conversations with former toronto coach dwane casey as well as current michigan coach john beeline steve courtney wgn sports traffic and weather first on the fives up next don templeton one said the foremost.