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How to market yourself in a changed digital world with Valentina Borbone

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

04:56 min | Last month

How to market yourself in a changed digital world with Valentina Borbone

"Welcome to another episode of the elevate. Podcast we delve into some of the most interesting minds in business in real estate for the very best tips and strategies implemented. Elevate your business. I'm samantha mclean editor of late agent and host today show long before any consumer picks up the find the actively researching online shortlisting the right person for the job. My guest on. Today's show is an expert at making sure that agents do make the shortlist valentin -able by an easy digital marketing educator and c. e. o. of the bantu group she's also an advisor to the international social media association. And would be familiar to many of you as a coach at digital live. So valentine welcome to the show alarm thank you. I'm delighted to be here. Finally as we were just talking a minute ago it was about a year and a half that you were speaking at Twenty which got cancelled because of the pandemic so. I'm super excited to have you join today. And i'm hoping that this episode might be a bit of a masterclass in social media. Because that's exactly what you do and it's such a hot topic right now. yeah well. It's definitely bain evolving and. I don't think anyone has been left unscathed in the last couple of months after what happened. We faithful and aluminium. So i'm really looking forward to maybe reigniting some of the things that i have talked about in the past and we'll take giving people some new tapes that they might be able to employ. They haven't thought of now. But i'm so happy that we got some of Prop twenty out there. The law greats fake is knows a lot of preparation that went into one event. Like that until only really get victoria in adelaide done before everyone else unfortunately got canned. I'm it was a real shame. And i hope everyone has actually digested some of that content in its digital form. Go out online. Yeah absolutely and i think a lot of paper would actually naive from that as well because in our area i did put all the sessions up online and before we get into today just in case. People aren't familiar with you in the work that you deal. They have been under a rock and haven't been digital live or any of those things. Can you just start a little bit with who you work with the help and how you help them. I have eighty marketing. Mind tie career and that's agency side marketing. And i was very fortunate that i was one of the digital leads for admiral. Which is our advertising citation. So the last ten years. I write they three months. The ticket greg polls and toll shit by evening classes. Dye cloth changed by the time. I'd written the content and ice to take about a thousand people a year including in-house training. And what that led me to his teaching for. Rei teaching lots of different real estate groups. And that will take me anywhere from stabia ray. Len lice stockland mirvac three to all of our residential and commercial real estate agencies. Mcgraw ri- watt bill property And everyone in between non-organic rattled them off. But i started to work in real estate miceli because i was educating siles paypal in how to sell digital solutions and that tending to let's take the agents halliday's digital solutions works that they can understand what some of the best opportunities Still run training programs in house with someone like lane. Lice of the becca covered the face to face national ride. Shy got cancelled. Tweet is in studio with a program. That's now launched. Globally means that people are still investing in their ongoing training and learning. And what we need to remember. Is it changes really quickly and without notice. And if the media bargaining card didn't heartfully get everyone on the same page with that in the last couple of weeks. Last month than i will learn after that i know right. So let's talk about that for a moment because we were banned in amongst a whole lot of other people in real estate i mean even the portals couldn't escape so real estate dot com the you demand dot com that a you for us. Facebook was down the list of our traffic sources but it did upset me that people couldn't share their good news or malate when someone gets a new job or when someone gets an award they couldn't share any that they couldn't share their properties on social media which was a bit of a big deal. So what was your experience when facebook banned the news basically because you would have had a lot of clients who were affected ideas and there's a few things that come with that firstly it was indiscriminate. It wasn't just use science. We all saw that the hillsides whether the government related or not. They absolutely went down but a mustard factory was taken down. One of construction clients was taken down. It's a win. A rhyme or reason to who was peaked on an really came down to that was a bit of a powerplay. Dying on zuckerberg wanted us. I really you wanna play. This guy will guess what bengals the button you don. Hey let's play the right game. Sorry it did come down to. What was the definition of media within facebook and also what category some people had picked their business stink to bay under

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"miceli" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:40 min | Last month

"miceli" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"By facebook tipton. And it's right here on the horse racing radio network. Basic tipton is bringing that he to miami with the phasing tipton gulfstream sale of selected two year olds and training. The nation's premier two year olds in training sale will be held a march thirty first after the florida. Derby over gulfstream park's dirt racetrack. The sale has a history of producing the sports very best horses including last year's great one arkansas derby winner nidal as well as top horses. Bella peanut don't voce yup and share the ride. You will find no higher concentration of quality in any two year old sale in two thousand twenty one. The basic dipped in gulfstream sale march thirty first at gulfstream park. Where would you be. Mr motto is bringing his speed and outstanding pedigree to the state of new york. Mister modified broke his maiden his second started to running six and a half for once wire-to-wire winning by five and a half points prepping for the kentucky derby he won the historic great two mile and majors and starred fairgrounds by two and a half lanes. Mr mom always have sister on a boy. Girl is a twice cup this steph and double eclipse award chip others stallions. That are half brothers to two-time champions leading cyrus toes in an internist. Mr monterey has the impressive looks for toppling race record in pedigree your mere today next time. That has all the momentum. The gremio leading sire in the state of new york make woodbine the place to train and race or thoroughbred in two thousand twenty one take advantage of competitive pressure structures with huge bonuses for ontario breads. And it would bind backstretch equipped with a one mile dirt training track seven along turf training. Track eight to a sandringham and a half mile. European jogging path racing surfaces include a one mile all weather to the main track a seven furlong enter course and the one and a half mile. Ep taylor turf course. Opening day is april seventeenth. Follow us at woodbine. Tb on social media. Reach out to our team at woodbine dot com. This is trainer talk presented by facing tipton on the horse racing radio network on the outside holdings cash took.

"miceli" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:52 min | Last month

"miceli" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I am the next day on a philly cole. Native st and she had won the kentucky. Oaks that spring and Here in ten pound apprentice. And i used the galloper everything so i knew her very well and Leslie remember him getting a phone call from the owner and it was felony but seven and says hey mike on that horse ten pound apprentice. You think well put. I think the Handles it very well in the born. You gallup's breezes I think it's a good match and put her in one of these allowance races. We'll get the ten pounds and be a good comeback. For how she they she. She just galloped around the first thing in one week and that was my third win so to get on a good silly like that and third one. That was pretty fortunate. Yeah it's spectacular talking trainer. Mike maselli here on trainer talk presented by facebook. Tipton as you have just heard if you are just joining us. Mike began his career. As a jockey had a very successful career in the saddle and then began training horses at refinished up right around. Nineteen eighty nine or so is when he launched his training career. And we'll talk about some of his top memories from his training career coming up shortly. But mike one thing you mentioned was sitting alongside the the rail watching some of the veteran jockeys before you started writing thinking okay. That's what i wanna do. And i can be that person. Were there certain jockeys that you would look up to as a kid May be jockeys that you got to ride with. That really helped you along the way. Oh yeah You know when. I first started riding I used to see bill hard tack. I remember when he came up. Would bind to northern dancer in queens plate. Just got done winning derby and preakness on that horse and he rode them. The queen's play and galloped. The mavericks came from way. Back when and laser eye with kid around with Heart attack once. I got the riding and stuff like say. I do a heart though. It was a young kid by the rail. My said a load never answered me and he said. Would you sure i did that. I said are harold keeping around rhythm those those were the hydrogen bomb bills volley by isa end at high elia. And you know you'd walk into jackson as young kid and you'd be with probably obeys heart attack sean baker cordeiro velasco as fast as i mean every one of them were hall of fame itis so it was They were kinda like my idols and things to be participating with them you know was a great thrill for young writer. I can imagine they had to be just You know kinda almost like an out of body experience when you walk into that jackson for the first time and you realize hey. It's my first day riding races and their shoemaker. And there's cordeiro and there's all the big names that you just mentioned The it has to be overwhelming. Isn't it was. It was quite a trailer and and be able to compete with them and and win racist against them was it was A good feeling. And don't forget you know you could make mistakes base because widen a bunch of whole thing writers. If you made a mistake the they would help so you have to be very precise on which we're doing out there. I can imagine though mike. That's probably something that helped you be so successful because you. You almost had to be good if you were going to ride with those people right. Oh yeah absolutely writers that were writing with me about the same age as me. Were like Creek piret Chuck belt are eddie maple. We were all about the same time getting started you know and they were. They all went on to successful careers. You know. very talented writers one of the highlights of your career was finishing second in the nineteen seventy four kentucky derby that was a really magical year for you as a writer. And i'll let you tell the story but let's start with the kentucky derby you're riding a horse by name of hudson county. He went off at odds of five to one. There were twenty three horses in the kentucky. Derby that year. I went back mike and pulled up the chart It was a race that was won by cannonade. Who was trained by woody stevens ridden by the legendary angel. Cordero junior take me back to that day and riding in the nineteen seventy four kentucky derby. That was the largest That was the largest field derby history twenty three horses. I think i came out of post number. Seventeen that day Hudson county was a pretty talented little horse. But it wasn't a big horses but maybe fifteen and change Hands high and But for a little horse he had a pretty big stride. He was primarily a sprinter and warned the bay with them. Going seven eighths of acqueduct. Then i wrote in the woody was third. Then in therapy he was second Was a big field. That i was able to position. They play in the fourth fifth. You know the first time and you got the lead at the head of the lane. And and i thought it was onto candidate I guess we got beat about a length and a half that day but It was it was Quite a good feeling and and the race was marred with a lot of trouble because of such a big field. Some leniency induced the size of the field because it was just Traffic in the race. And which was a good thing because twenty-three was on horses. What is that feeling like. When you turn for home with the lead in the kentucky derby great feeling thought it was on to victory. you know so Just riding as hard as you can to. You know just stayed front. You know you. Just hope Somebody won't catch you but that they got caught and everything us far. As the strategy race everything played out the way the trainer skippy shop off. Have in mind and and at the time you know. I really didn't think about it but now that i'm training horses You know it's such a fantastic job making a sprinter. He broke his maiden Gulfstream going three eighths of a mile in one of those You know three eight straight away races and run three hundred and thirty. Two and four is a two year old. So you know..

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Interview With Imogen Callister

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

04:26 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Imogen Callister

"Today i'm joined by. In calcutta aka k- the media coach after korea to spend journalism real estate operations and a position is branding and marketing specialist at rei imaging now ex with businesses and individuals to help build their brand online. Emmy can you. You can call me. Whatever you like. But miceli i get codeine. Welcome to the show. Thank thank you so much for having me. It's an on obviously debate here on your incredible podcast. Awesome for you to be. He and the media coach is relatively new venture for you. Yeah which you started in january. The she so tell us a bit about it. So look i guess my passion really stems by two ways. One my love of real estate but predominantly my background's journalism media and marketing and it's really blending. Those two worlds together and being an agent is a unique job sam. Every day they have to apply for a new job like imagine that world. It's not easy and you've constantly go to be out there prospecting for new clients and it's my job to help my clients build a personal brand that people want to connect with an also build world-class campaigns in social media marketing and digital online presence to really help them connect with more sellers out there in the marketplace. And it's hard to believe but a lot of people we pick up the fire in one hundred times a day. We make all these goals but you forget like our mobiles right in our hands and everybody fact checks everything now. In fact seventy percent of all sellers will look you up before making a decision on you as an agent so the media coverage was kind of founded on my true passion of helping agents and look like many people. It's been a challenge with covid. I've just had just the best journey. And i really. I'm sorry lucky. I get to wake up every day and leave my passion and my dream and help agents and with some of the top performers in the country. Now so i just feel like it's it's an absolute honor to really work in that position. I mean you've done raising job. So far and really covered as proven agents need to start acting like media companies themselves anyway. So it's great that they've got someone like you to help them along and i think covert is really sorta taught agents viva lesson in terms of you. Don't take back the narrative in the only thing that people here out there is the mainstream media which is obviously always the right. Listen and the thing is think the hardest part for agencies the first question is they say. I don't know what to post because everyone cares about what other people think. And that's human nature satellite. Go onto worried about pricing. I don't know what to post. And i don't know what to say in my purse. That builds brand attraction will makes the whole world of social media like a photo. I mean even though that's not really relevant now likes going on social media where like inist rally aware actually the only place in the world currently with no likes on facebook and instagram. Like if going to the states while that movements coming through so for an aging. It's really breaking down those barriers of understanding that innate to master paid and an own media strategy into their brand so an own media strategy is how they channels look facebook. Instagram linked in google business. What i call like. They pass active brands. They passive brandies lack. They google they look on google. What serves into that brand and making sure that spoiled class when people are typing and then they've got their active brand for their own channels. So that instagram you know. Everyone wants to be into famous. In fact he mcallister of locked you. You know that whole own media channel like may that content pressure now is that then for an agent you really need to look at. How do you create writing fans in your marketplace. Like it's been around for years these idea that other people generate leads into your business but it's gone blown up into the online world now a carry and how it's blowing up. He's all these online reviews and always online review platforms and it's breaking down that disruption for them so they know where to build reviews in brand it gets the more kind of licencees and the last thing i guess formulating strategy for agents now is a lot of people sam. They say to me all you know. I've tried social media before. And i say okay. What have you done that. I'll put up a video. I k and did you do that once. Yup yup. that didn't do anything sat. And it's kind of like you need to understand that ninety. Seven percent of revenue on facebook is made by digital advertising.

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How COVID has worsened modern slavery

Between The Lines

05:46 min | 6 months ago

How COVID has worsened modern slavery

"My guests are Sierra and Stephen. Moore. So a husband and wife team the CO founders and directors of the Anti Slavery Organization. On China now, sadly, even with all the framework implies to tackle slavery along comes twenty twenty, the covid virus complicated further by the recession of the world economy. Sarah keeping with you how has the pandemic affected the workers at the bottom of the supply chain? mean the depend makers having catastrophic effects on supply chains and the people within them. We know that right at the beginning of covid thousands of people lost their jobs overnight. For example, Bangladeshi workers in factories would just told simply not come back to work the next day I read a story of a Lady Fatima. Twenty six with one child and she said one minute I was working the Knicks I was told to go home and not come back. What will I do and we're doing this story I ever either again, just yesterday I read about full thousand Filipino workers have been laid off because they contracts have been canceled from big name brands on this side of the world. This is a reminder that lives of the poorest of the poor said they must affected. You know when factories closed down no water more krant leaving no access to medical care very disturbing stephen a terrible Arnie has come from the pen Jimmy can one of these stories can you tell us about the manufacturers of people? In Malaysia Southeast Asia. Yes so Malaysia is a major producer of rubber and therefore rubber products made from rubber, and so we know that prior to Kevin. tain they were upset in bands on on manufacturers in the US are guiding the manufacturing of a products because of the conditions of workers and the standards that were in place. What's interesting is that as the pandemic breakout at the Dimond four PPA products through those Restrictions were lifted so that those products could be made and so this is concerning regarding the explosia increasing the risk of on slavery in those areas, and that brings us to Australia I can just imagine those of you cheating gene. You'd like to think of yourself as an ethical consumer. You wouldn't buy anything from a supply that explored its employees off certainly thought that Sarah is it really true. Look here in Australia, the Global Slavery Index estimates that there around fifteen thousand people living in slavery. So they miceli in the agriculture construction domestic service hospitality and sex industries says as well as services provided often by subcontractors such as cleaning security. And even car washing. Stephen. I'm sure he made a lot of Astrid. Slavery. Happens in this country till us more. Conversations on a daily basis with lots of companies and receptionists and executive assistants who sort of take a second look in the modern modern what slavery does this sexually occur? So there is a growing understanding of this issue in certain sectors of society, which is great to say a growing desire among consumers, a young consumers to be careful in how they purchase and what they buying to know what's behind the brand and the backyard. But there is still a great need for consumers and businesses to understand what are the implications of the choices they make and to make sure that. Is for ethically my products is actually real. And you think of different types of slavery forced marriage debt bondage six slavery child labor in the strain context who are the most vulnerable groups to fall victim to exploitation soon. Well Australia we have a number of women and at times there underage who are forced into marriage. So married against the will. That is an issue. 'CAUSE estimates around four and a half thousand up to eight thousand in Australia in the new. Year. So. These these people are at risk. We also know that there a risk among temporary workers, migrant workers in Australia there's up to one million. Timber Workers in Australia and they have been badly affected by covid nineteen, and so they are now at risk of having to receive low pay and also to do jobs for no pay. As you say covers made it harder but Sarah how do you identify person or group WHO's being exploited? That's right. I mean I, guess, it depends on the industry. But for example, I read a story about a man quote Abdul who was a Bangladeshi man who was working on a construction site just outside of camera. He came here thinking that he was going to be able to earn a lot of money to send I am to his family to send his children to school. But in the end, he ended up working six days a week for around two hundred, fifty dollars and was forced to give one hundred dollars backup that to his employer for accommodation costs and so I guess it's if you're on a construction site, it's looking at WHO's there. Do they speak English do they have appropriate? Even having a conversation with them to find out. Are they. Okay. Because a lot of these people feel like they don't have a voice, they often don't speak English and. Attend to. So you know in the case of healthcare workers keeping your eye out for people who come through the emergency department who maybe controlled by an older man, for example, looking out for signs of physical sexual emotional abuse.

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"miceli" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"miceli" Discussed on The Signal

"Victoria has taken some pretty serious steps to crack down on containment, so what was through some of the key changes that we've seen in containment measures yesterday afternoon. So what we're seeing here's ten postcards, and the Northwest Carl Miceli of Melbourne having put back into stat home orders, or what we colloquially called lockdown. So, that's more than just pips and allow people to move around on them as a sad highwater you're. Late For if you're an essential wicker. If you need to go, get medical care self, I'll give kid of people for physical activity without talking to indulgent and to buy your own shopping supplies if you need. That sounds more or less identical to the measures that were involved with the lockdown in the first place. Is there any difference? Nar. There's no difference that I could make a youth. Then at school holidays now so. Time, but they are talking about and two weeks. Tom Would just listen. Two weeks of the kids will probably be gigabit back to school. Because so far they haven't seen transmission hotspots being within schools, but that's still teen dies away before decision as my. If this about what you were expecting tiny. That doesn't Adar. This was coming about four days ago in the last couple of days of waiting for them to site guy because increasing that tasting right, even allow for that harvesting. They bring cases. Folks you out so comprehensively testing everyone you'll bring some cases. Four didn't even allowance for that. The SUJ- was to consuming more either and this wasn't talked about. MORE EITHER WE GETTING CASES POPPING UP Outside of those post codes. So we're going to do here is free up some of that testing and public resource to go in squash down those, but we outbreaks of those areas as well. It's not just in those teen purse cuts. And Tony Wasn't the only one holding his breath these measures, so we wanted to try to get an insight into the reasons for the timing in particular why they didn't happen sooner for example on the weekend caution probably a lot of contemplation about how much of the increase in caseload was due to bringing cases Ford and time. Probably just a twenty four hour period where you really have to think about because some of the announcements have been associated with. Promises for financial support. I think there's a bit of not using brooks in the bed. Since the diction, the good sense of the word, a bjork work for as well when you say you know caution style their hand. I mean that feels kind of ironic. In a sense of the most cautious approach would be to have locked down a few days ago. When you said that you started to expect, that is the thing that stays. A governance handed a moment like this an. An economic concern about shutting everything down again you, the complete trade off as well as the society sold on either lockdown cement, and you could see health starting to news about locking down a couple of days ago and I think that was kind of lane, the tooth for the current developments that we say right so wanting to kind of soften the psychological ground. That were yes often the site. We speak here three clear about that And ceesay with retrospect to say maybe could have been done a little bit. Certainly would have been very surprised if it hadn't been called on Tuesday. I was wondering if would be called on Sunday on Sunday, clearly making this decision if we on.

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"miceli" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"miceli" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Robbins about first hour tonight and if you were listening and if you can go back and try they should have the station down the gentleman standing because we are all brothers in this in this laptop and and and and people fight beside each other in the box so it doesn't matter you just got to get out of the subject well this is the B. side yet and and that's what counts it is really what you do and that's that's that's what it should be all about hello brother that was gonna city was that if you missed a first hour today we had Frank Miceli who is the chairman of the Italian American alliance talking specifically about what should happen to the Christopher Columbus statue if you go to like seven demand sometime tomorrow you give a listen that out that I don't think you find it interesting okay I'll admit it I just put on hold for a long time sure enough of his lecture at it that's all I can do it and and and I'm and I'm all right above the stand up all right good enough I think we're getting to consensus on this thanks Robert Pritchett okay Charlie that he wrote a English thank you Dan all right you're very welcome have a great night Robert we will take that break down of the news will be back in two or three minutes with Tory book he is leading the charge if you will on the Lincoln emancipation statue which is in park square it's funny I don't know if it's placed in a way that you go through parks were allotted up actual lot of people have walked by that statue and never really taken a look at it absolutely however the you know it's been there for you know obviously over a hundred years we take a very quick break coming back with Tory bullock here on the inside side.

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FSU lineman Andrew Boselli shares his battle with COVID-19

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

FSU lineman Andrew Boselli shares his battle with COVID-19

"Athletes now we're speaking out about what it's like to have the corona virus A. B. C.'s Chuck Stevenson takes a look talking about his code nineteen in a video on the FSU website twenty two year old Florida state offensive lineman Andrew the Sally obviously for me it was very very rough situation I felt me personally I got hit by a bus I feel miserable now I myself at all and I was on the mild side of the entire spectrum of Shelly urging please take this seriously do you practice social distancing practice what is being asked of us want to take care of yourself and those around you and you also could be impacting someone you don't even know putting them in a critical situation a cell is the son of former NFL player Tony Miceli chucks Iverson ABC sports thank you Chuck seems to be a common theme amongst those who've had the disease be aware not just yourself but for others

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"miceli" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"miceli" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Us know we right now the radio conference call three five they may not my mom is in jail only and and that a bad cases it was they yes ma'am in Maine the main concern maybe make it was to learn from and I love to do it because the only study still because it only came with when I started I see by it was maybe take it out the I make one of my first available I had to say but you can keep it up so Sonoma got paid and I completed the next to me in the the main my mom smile by on what are three five kiss FM Chicago's number one hit music station day three of quarantine we lost to do flights you to do for the the flux capacitor wind down at the luxe capacitor has been restored and apparently we've we've called the Maytag man to come and and take a look under the hood and see what's going on but we seem to be back in business Miceli apparently just watch it I wouldn't know because of that there but I CLA I'm here hi you went out yesterday you lost twelve hundred Bucks which is it well deserved for somebody's probably very useful money because that woman was driving was driving to work or drop her kids off for what you're signing yesterday yeah she was going to work mmhm so an extra twelve Bucks will come in very handy for for her but a hundred Bucks a price today five questions will play just a couple minutes also I got the key word the very special key words that you need to get to waddle Hara Mexico and may assuming things get back to normal were optimistic about that but we want you to go see Billy eyeless in Guadalajara thanks Interscope Records got the key word in just a second are going through a bunch of social media this morning for people I posted a picture from my quarantine day three to be in the grants in the cabinet had and we're just hanging out together I'm actually talking to them okay we'll do it we'll do a live interview with them soon because they're close they're gonna you're gonna be like you know Tom Hanks and Wilson.

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"miceli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"miceli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Talked about your dream of fighting for your land against enemies yeah there's a scene that I pulled up yeah is the scene it's literally one of my favorite scenes of miss Sally from Dallas ever she would just like you lex she was a woman of the land you don't know me and other kids south fork was really her her Daddy's property the oil was jocks but Miceli cared about the land yeah like you lex just like you and toward and it can deal of this toward the end of the run of the show a new adversary was added academy award I think nominee George Kennedy was added to the cast no kidding yeah George Kennedy was on Dallas and he played a guy that bought a section of south fork okay and he started doing nasty things with that land in Miceli N. Miceli was not having it so she got in her Volkswagen Passat and does she rose she drove to Carter McKay's front porch and this is one of my favorite barber bel Geddes played Miceli and and though she seems gentle on the show everybody said Barbara bel Geddes had a sailor miles and you just you didn't mess with her I mean Barbara was a tough cookie here's one of my here's here's basically Miceli channeling Alexis fighting for her land yeah Carter McKay because Miceli is pissed girl listen to this format has been poor mother all over the county you seem to come up with a lot of money forgot investors will back me would you like me to tell you what your investors can do with their money I'm sure you're too much of a lady to do that no I'm not and the answer is no and the next time you travel south fork you do so at your own peril never done there's a Lexus fighting for her lan that's right the next time you trouble Southfork what yes the Lexus.

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"miceli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"miceli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"There's big us fix down the drain down the drain do you think that we would do you think that we would draft left tackle in the first round no like if they stated yeah you would I want this conversation in you ask me that question and what was my answer last time you answered yes I said yes and I said no that that's not going to happen but I gotta tell you man if this kid Giedroyc wheels from Alabama is available man could be hard it be hard to pass a guy up I know it's not a position of need but it feels like we can move bowls to right guard in a way we go yeah you know I'm saying I mean they did that that's a I I will tell you as a real possibility after hearing Tony Miceli describe white she looks for when he is evaluating tackles in the college game as are getting ready to go pro I was like man I don't think your balls checked any of those boxes the size no because he did see DVD Kagera gold durables undersized he said I was athletic but you know he is athletic he's super athletic that's why to screen game should've been something we sort of lose more because in the screen gain you can see the big athletic guys get out on the perimeter and make blacks against corners and safeties and he can do that but we didn't we didn't we didn't have enough of that in our offense we just didn't have enough of that so that you can see our athletic it was in the Indian you saw him get run around grabbing guys and you go wow that is that is crazy but he does have the nasty part he has a he has all that again as he does have the athlete because of the **** party of that which is why I am in a nasty part which is why he was picking up laundry every single weekend of the off the you know field I just wonder it with Gary bowls does he have to go through eight games again before he pulls it together you know like this protection is usually a five man protection for this offense I'm just let you know before it happens they're going to lean on five man protections more than six and seven man protects is like some of the other teams in NFL due to answer your original question my answer still yes there's an offensive tackle there in the first round Broncos again to take it mine let let's go around the NFL the Green Bay Packers this weekend the NFC championship game taking on the San Francisco forty.

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"miceli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"miceli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Relationship status. the words I want to. and you know because you're married to James Cameron yeah and then she just didn't date anymore after that so she says that she really doesn't care how I've been celibate for at least fifteen years one loses track because it just doesn't matter or at least it doesn't matter to me I have a very romantic relationship with my world every day and the people who are in it. so she's isn't needing any type of no can occur any type of relationship she loves where she lives she goes on to say that she was tentative about coming back and doing this movie this big blockbuster movie because she doesn't want to be different from her neighbors she loves where she lives and and they don't really a lot of them don't know what she does or who she is and she doesn't want that to creep back into her life again. hello she just is love triangle and celibate and just loving life and enjoying life yeah without a partner. Hey Hey a lot of women like that they're just like that I'm does good I'm good with my life I've done all the things what we see with somebody who's miserable because they're not having sex with you you know because people of different sexual appetites yes you don't match up with somebody they just don't care about it anymore then you can't do that to someone else. really are you shouldn't you know well I I hear a lot of these are high there's several actors in a kind of disappeared you know to me after a while they're sick of it and they just want a simple life again everything goes back to Dallas in my life plus you'll love this I don't think I've ever told his little fun fact Miceli Miceli degree Barbara bel Geddes who was before she was on Dallas she was above the queen of Broadway she was a Broadway actress actually and then she got the role of Miceli on Dallas will she did that she did that basically until the last season then girl retired in Massachusetts and made greeting cards. yeah she did little greeting cards for the rest of her life she lived in a little town in New England and didn't want to be bothered didn't do interviews she was like leave me the hell alone or a little little pants were little sweatshirt with the turtle neck and may little greeting cards yeah. okay in peace. yeah I know I knew you would love the golf cart to and. Christmas lights that. sure what a critic of golf cart with Christmas. she was still live in a community right absolutely yes visit the Chow hall into the craft through pinochle old people well we play cards all night great is it called the Chow hall no I just. my dad there was a marine for twenty one years. because of the cello all men yeah the cafeteria you know the cafeteria yeah yeah. that is your that lex why my yeah. you have to give it some extra flair you know it needs some embellishing yeah Sir does that's great that scene that I think would be a wonderful way yeah a retirement village is a. for sure and you know doing thing like I've I've done my work I've I I I was in the terminator for heaven's sake and beauty and the beast right lack all beauty and the beast that was that he wanted to early now is it intact. she will. you can watch all those on CBS all access if you wanna have my password all right I don't that's one I don't have I did not know that it was all available. you're done with little house on the prairie which will be about three years. doing reviews of beauty and the beast that lives up to its all time conversation by the way sponsored by CBS's of Friday night line up in nineteen eighty seven..

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Rising dollar knocks pound and euro

Bloomberg Surveillance

10:16 min | 1 year ago

Rising dollar knocks pound and euro

"Can use a single sentence you need to know I continue to think that cutting is not necessary in may prove to be a mistake as time goes by will speak to that strategist here in a moment Mr just a vote of alliance burns dean opposed to what we saw yesterday I love it the economist Francine request said she said it was a bizarre meeting and that really captured what John and I observed as Michael McKee was in the press conference yesterday the bazaar move John is dollars strange this morning is a key story yeah that is the continuation of the thing from yesterday the shock absorber in G. ten right now is the US dollar euro dollar breaking down to one ten one ten thirty three cable very briefly with one twenty handle one twenty one fifteen and there are now many watching your away from the brick city cable dynamic governor currently speaking now of the bank of England meeting Bloomberg surveillance this morning brunch but cone Resnick checkout business of baseball and original MLB video series exploring the business side of America's pastime visit Cohn Resnick dot com slash MLB corner as a kid visor re assurance tax and we think charisma is well Germany you bring in Gershon here with that fiery first sentence in his research we love having guests on the show let's bring in Goshen distance out alone spends thing co head of fixed income question just what me through your initial reaction to the last twenty four hours your morning jog your morning Tom that was a bizarre bizarre press conference I think I was on your show a couple weeks ago we talked about how you know maybe Alison how higher drugi to do his his press conferences because that guy's a maestro in terms of how we present thing so let it again in the house is not a very polished speaker he was he struggled big time yesterday that the government's messy speak to his intelligence but that he got to consideration but the thing the other two things are the fed is confused here it's just not clear why they're doing what they're doing and the the do you look at that against the backdrop of the longer term issues in the fed there's a lot of debate in the fed now about what is monetary policy supposed to be right does the Phillips curve even work anymore it certainly doesn't appear to work at least in the U. S. right how much are they willing to move in terms of overshooting in either direction how much they care about asset prices these are fundamental questions that haven't been answered so they're trying to make like a cyclical move within a secular confusion as to what they're really trying to accomplish over the long run thank goodness in a mid cycle adjustment what is a mid cycle adjustment made to you with the team at alliance burns thing right now well I had I we get you to think you know it when you look back at the school if all the noise in the market place you look back years from now and of those twenty five basis point either caught or hike really mean much in the real economy it's kind of around the area so it's more psychology than anything and you know it's it's we could see the think if they were going to call it it's going to end up being seventy five a hundred basis points something meaningful obviously not all at once but you know this this twenty five basis points were not for we're going to go I think it what's interesting is that everyone talk about now you know what's the data going to be starting of course with with payrolls tomorrow it's not just the data I think they're looking at it's also the flow of information and and the political scene what's going to happen on trade in the next couple of months what's gonna happen more globally globally political gonna happen the M. countries to go to insulation is one of the great doctrines it we've got the idea of goods disinflation maybe all right goods deflation and we've got service sectors the ability of a higher inflation are you in any kind of a camp that service sector inflation begins to diminish and come down towards the lower goods inflation well I think we're in we've been in a kind of secular change for for how the economy works for a long time that room because inflation and one could argue has been coming down for a very long time pending how you measure it and it's going into into service inflation I think inflation is a very hard thing to measure certainly the by the measures the fed is using it's not high enough and that could be a possible reason why they're trying to do this but again you know it if we don't expect to see major this of this this card is not going to change you know main street economy such that we're gonna see a big change in inflation why they do it is I'm struggling you know I think the best the best reason you can look at is if you look at kind of where the tips market has has really that were break even have gone there gone way down and check it yesterday but no one for the ritual of one point five on the ten year to pick back up to one point six one point seven break even rate and you know that's just that's below what they think the normal level is at a time when the economy is strong so if you think about it that way real rates were let's call it sixty seventy basis points and given how worried they are maybe they thought that was too high that's the best that desperation I can have the other the more cynical explanation as they're responding to the political winds and so you know they don't want to be seen as it I think the the I want to say that the fed ex central banks in general worldwide I think they have a lot more control over cycles but we actually do suggestion what does that mean for the yield curve right now because yesterday we saw some significant planning on Tuesday tens little bit of state Miceli this morning just how you guys position Goshen with that in mind at the moment yeah I think if you look at the you look at the totality of what happened yesterday equities lower the Kerr flatter as you site and the dollar much stronger that's exactly the opposite of what you want to cut rates actually tightening financial conditions so yeah what does it mean I I I I think it's a very hard to predict this in the short term I think investors continued the theme we've been talking about for awhile have to continue to expect lower returns across most asset classes going forward and the other I don't think this in itself changes much within the key is going to be not so much with a cut in September which I think clearly from the press coverage yesterday you have to conclude it's a coin flip because I'm not sure they know what they're going to do but or is this just a mid cycle kind of whatever that means of twenty five basis points or they're going to continue to cut we're gonna go closer to the old town of one to one and a half percent level wondering down Kirsten to a new terminal value a new terminal value for GDP for interest rates maybe the glide path of what the fed does where they have to bring it under two percent inflation target I mean is that really what all this job openings about well okay it's hard to say right consensus has been that rates are too low for a long time and it seems see begin now are saying yeah we're going to be in this apartment able to use one of our competitors for either the new normal wear just you gonna have loads ever heard that phrase me either I don't know that it I don't know how smart those people were but good morning but look at I think you know the we we're we're always so confident in in where we think markets are going to go now we think things in the low forever we really just don't know in the long term and you know it the it was it was less than a year ago less than a year ago we're sitting here how many times the figure the height the ten years on a four percent and now where the other way we should be a little bit humble yet activists the hunch your TV show just the other week it is the only industry where people can be wrong again and again and again and people still want to hear what they have to I remember some big name saying that once we cross three to sixty to sixty five on the ten year treasury that was it for the secular bull market guessing just a final question for you I hear on the grapevine the U. like loans at the moment can you just give me some clarity on that well hi I think that you know people investors bought loans for all the wrong reasons well they thought the yields are going to go up and we are we to bond how long do honestly outperform other forms of credit when when when rates go up and now that rates of man and no one expects rates to go up to a one to one point I mean floating rate debt anymore and that's also wrong in fact there's been some like thirty five straight weeks without flows from that the class that actually has on the way underperformed other parts of credit and there's some more value opportunities there so you know we're yeah we have more loan exposure in our broad funds and we've had in probably a decade this is an excellent person to say so thank you with this you can see him on the real yield it's important property of Bloomberg very soon afternoon maybe even called the real dollar maybe we need a foreign exchange program this week the way things are going good for the strength is well I want to go back to your one ten thirty eight it is really remote and we we've talked enough about it because of the brexit focus and sterling but nobody euro all one nine and your would be extraordinary just allows the last twelve months in the broken at this really tight trading range of in stock in it around one twelve between one twelve one of fourteen I would say for the most of this year Tom and now starting to break out and not with all the weakness with breaking out with all the strength and I don't know how many people were looking for that a month ago got into what they thought would pay anything cycle from the federal reserve shot of the David bloom he just we see in others that have talked of dollar stability in even a dollar strength I'm looking at the first strategist he hasn't tweeted on dollar yet this morning the wealth in Chile well he's he's open about his goods are doing something to Kentucky Senate comes today but we know the press got is still some foreign exchange I I can't imagine again when I look at their the simple D. X. Y. the mathematics of the Bloomberg D. X. Y. is excellent but the it's one ninety eight point eight four is a stronger U. S. dollar this is

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"miceli" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"miceli" Discussed on Deadcast

"Here. Two dollars feels Miceli. Should I do five bucks every time no matter what what should drew tip at a greasy spoon. I feel like greasy spoon. Waiter is a tough job so if it's not a big deal for you to tip five bucks instead of two bucks I mean this is true in all tipping situations just like air on the side of tipping more I agree to bucks is a little miserly even if it is technically twenty percent so just <hes> <hes> yeah go up to five. I think five or if you have if you don't have a five if you have a few extra bucks I think that's fine. You can do that yeah. That's seems fine by the way children are Wimbledon. Children who are over five years old and they're under twelve going all courts. If there are accompanied by an adult they must have their own ticket and beyond their best behavior not not disturbing spectators in any way any child under the age of sixteen must be governed by an adult so they could've brought their <hes> their kids assuming we have thirty seven or something to I think made it a little ones are like to the bigger ones yeah so the couple has nine year old daughters and and four year old sons so the girls could go myla and Charlene ooh. Maybe they had to be trusted. Yeah they got double twins which suggests that they had the kids at a relatively older age so I could could see <hes> <hes> yes degrees spoon diner yeah. If you have a few more bucks to give the poor waiter I would do that because because they have to wait eighty-seven tables at once everyone's everyone's Hungary and tired cranky at the greasy spoon. <hes> Kyle writes in what is the most difficult crime to commit. We do not have to get away with friends. I've decided the treasonous pretty hard for the average person. The one guy is convinced as answer of regicide chilling monarch should count. I'm not GonNa Count Register regicide. What is the most difficult everyday crime to commit greenwell assuming and and assuming that you do not have to get away with it? I mean all of the asshole. White-collar crimes seem really hard like I don't know how I would pull call off insider trading because I don't know enough rich guys but it's not if you did know rich guy. It wouldn't be that difficult well no but I thought the question was like for me. You know it's true calling a monarch though that's a good one. I'm trying I think because I was thinking about I'm thinking I'm framing Kyle's question physically as opposed to sorta logistically or you know or you know depending upon like whether or not I have a really vast linked in account yeah profile shit like that but I we'll see where you're going. Assassination seems really hard to pull off these days says yes I would I would agree with that. Assassinations pretty hard straight up murder nut so hard hard now well. You'd have to bring yourself to do it and of course that would be armed. Yes but the actual just pointing a gun that somebody would be very easy is in fact way too easy in this country true. Yes yeah tomorrow and kill somebody if I wanted to I wouldn't I have to make Eric for everybody listening that I wouldn't but what what about poisoning somebody. That seems easy enough. I bet you can find all sorts of red at threads about how to do that. I feel like I've watched too many like think panther movies in like sitcoms to not have like trying to poisons of my turn into like a whole thing or like I try to poison their wine but they drink from the wrong cop and then I actually drink isolated from that cup and then I go then they go after wait. Another Day empoisoned a biscuit and they feed the biscuits the dog and the dog mcdyess and shit like that yeah you don't want your crime to turn into a comedy of errors..

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Marriott BonVoy Branding Confusion

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Marriott BonVoy Branding Confusion

"To Marriott. Bon voyage. You haven't. We'll go. Check it out go to marry dot com or any of the Mariot, including the style would sites and you'll find that all of the branding is Marriott bond. Voi- and fact, you'll find that married bond. Voi- is everywhere Todd to actually find just married branding and the bond boy program. Really, I think is just that loyalty program. It's actually not the the rebranding such but what they've done in an attempt to basically saturate the market with this message about Mary bond voi- is that they've kind of confused their own branding. And so now all of a sudden, I go to every Mary website. And all I see is Mary Bon voyage. And look we can have a whole separate conversation about the merits of that particular branding. I mean, they say on the mayor. Bon Voici that they talk about. I think sort of enhancing your travel experience something which funny way, kind of precludes those people that aren't necessarily going to marry for travel. So if you're just walking down the road, your local Mariot for dinner, then this program's, really not for you. And of course, Bon voyage is really what they've done. They've sort of gone bond voice. Shortened version of bond voyage, which might not make sense. I mean to me, and I think most people Bon voyage is kind of happy journey safe journey have good trip and that Miceli associated really with holidays as opposed as opposed to business. And of course, a huge part of Marriot's guests are going to be obviously corporate guests. So again, we can have an argument about with the bond brand is the right brand for loyalty program different conversation. But I do think that regardless what they're doing right now with trying to shove this bond. Boy message down throat is actually confusing the Marriott branding as well. So marriott. Bon voyage. As far as we know is not the new name for Mariot. It's just the name of their loyalty program. It's just that. They've decided you should be saturated with that message or or right. That's it for

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Surround Yourself with People Who Are Doing it Well

Daily Sales Tips

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Surround Yourself with People Who Are Doing it Well

"This tip comes from Nicole maselli in our interview together in episode forty three of the sales success stories podcast. Here's what she had to say. You know, my remember would be wine rug at who the top officials in your company are and see what they're doing that makes them successful. And to see what kind of tips that these day will give you I think in our industry because everybody so competitive sometimes we get scared. Ask somebody, you know, what are you doing that? Makes you successful thinking, you know, they're not gonna tell me. Why would you me some good? And I think you'll be surprised that even though we are so competitive by nature as a group of people we really do want. You'd also be successful. I mean, there's enough business out there. You don't have to be on any tiller to get it. And I would always I mean if somebody asked. Me. I mean, our industry or in our company asked me for adviser, where whatever I would I would be happy to have them, you know, shadow me for a day, or or asked me whatever questions that they have. I would be I will be more than open to that. And I think, you know, a lot of people a lot of other time producers that, you know, are in your company would also be open to something. Yeah. I think the other side of that too is the people who surround yourself with even though I do in Alon networking in a lot of my not that you continue. But my air quote friends from networking groups are other sales people in different industries who to me also have this hustler mentality. You know, they're out there hitting the pavement see how they can be successful. And those people can help you just not only by watching. You know, how they go about their sales for and in what they're passionate about. I just think you just need to surround yourself with people who are doing it. Well, but you know, you look up to and make sure they're in your inner

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"miceli" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on Risky Business

"And yet we're seeing it in this case targeting journalists, and that kind of thing, which I suppose is is what's news people who've have taken the first step of having any sort through factor. And now we have to kind of re communicate with everybody that VS fat through vegetable to you a couple of years. Now, you need to move into actually isn't fissionable through that kind of positive make you know, like a Yukio like the Google branded ubiquity, whatever that's cold time. Was giving out for their events. Accounts. Prediction stuff that actually prevents this kind of thing? But yeah, it bought us little wall. So that's good. But yeah, people are obviously getting this technique pretty polished. Well, apparently, hundreds of people in the Middle East activists Miceli presented with logging Tiges. And those pages were set up to capture are Tapei. Sorry. That's it's interesting. Yeah. I'm seeing it used in a weaponized man of by you know, by her nose. I guess we would like the target human rights activist in the Middle East, which doesn't really make it fraiche very short list. Unfortunately. But yeah, seeing it used in the wild. It's just time for people to move on woods to hobby security tokens. Yeah. We had a funny one here in its strike, some emergency warning system that I've never heard of got ironed and. Attack us using it to send messages. Yeah. This reads, like someone just got their credentials guest or reused from some leak somewhere. And there was a single factor whereby slogan portal for this particular emergency notification never heard of the funny thing was that the missed just Santa out basically saying that this particular thing, it'd been act and your personal data the numbers for the emergency warning system. We're not safe, which doesn't seem particularly thing that doesn't most people would be worried about a guest give him the discussion about security and privacy and a strata lately. Perhaps it was kind of topical. But yeah, I don't think anything value aren't here. Well, I think it's good that you know, it wasn't some idiot decided to broadcasters sue NAMI warning or something like that. Right. Like all of the possible messages that someone could have sent that seems to be pretty reasonable on not that I would advocate doing that type of automobile thrives testing necessarily. Now. Now, look, this is this is a really look, I think the story is more interesting than I appears now we're gotta talk about crypto currencies apologies. Right. But sometime ago, you remember when there was the hack of the DR, right and a theory hat too hard fork because so many people lost their money. Right. So most people like went with the hard for and you know, that became a theory him, and what was leftover became known as a theory classic right, which in market cap combs is much much smaller than theory. Now as everybody knows cryptocurrency values have really reduced shall we say, and that has sort of strip some of the incentive away from people to participate in these mining Monning polls..

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"miceli" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"They said he had to eat meat at the time. Okay. I never heard anything about that. Yeah. Just wondering if at the time, it would have been a problem, you know, in order to just with your injuries. I don't see why I think there's a lotta miss misconception about. Getting your you'll required nutritional values without mate. If you do it promptly anew Noah beat about nutrition. It's it's really not that hard to get everything. You nate. I've been doing it for threes. And. Benching mole than I've ever done before. I'm fitting, strong and healthy and unite. It's it's nice to kind of break down some of these misperceptions about it and help people if they want to try it out give him a little God, incident know, it's. And you know, what I feel good myself people like people will say all you still killing animals because all those fields that they have to find to grow the food that you'll aiding you still killing him was like it's not about the fiction. It's about progression. Site. I love it. I enjoy it as death on my plight. A not taking in any of those chemicals all Miceli Ganic when it where I can at it makes me feel good in that Weckstrom ace. I just just getting crossed the point that you'd have to sacrifice to gain. It's old guiding. Interesting, man. I it's funny because I think our audience is gonna feel you don't fit the stereotype of vacant hearing this story. So it's cool. The way we've covered all that. Feel better than I ever have site end the great that's the the measuring unite if you do something you do it. Right. And you feel good than why would you not doing it? I do have one more question. I wanna ask. And this is this is going to come across kind of an ignorant question. I'm sure, but are you your back to diving now? Yeah. Requalified in the navy if through twenty two nd twenty seven twenty twelve and now I have to die for the shock site. I've done I did a dive off the coast of Western Australia, a hundred ten fate outside of the cage with full mile guy walks. I just you know, I just went on a trip to the Bahamas to dive Tiga shocks toll. Ronda, Rousey, how to hand a bull shocks Hawaii stout of this eve shock wake a doing more. Diving was in the navy at its way, more diners. I wanted to ask you this kind of a strange question. But because of the changes your body went through, and you know, you're actually, you know, you had some limbs amputated as that change, the dive tables for you at all. I've never thought about that. Yeah. Just curious about that. Well, I'm not dead. You're okay. Obviously other. I don't see why would. It'd be no different to you know, you don't change the dive titles for a. Hundred ten key light posts into a two hundred ten as true true. Nightside. I didn't think he'd come into play a not as agile as I used to be which is a pint in the us. I've got a diving leg I use my white listing on with the big steel on it. So I can grab onto things and I can fed off any Igli friendly shocks. But other than that, man. It's it's a loved under the water unites classes, you can get to being totally encompassed in Nigel. You're saying you have anything above Seth. You were saying you are free swimming outside the cage around great white sharks diving on scuba. What's what's wrong with you?.

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"miceli" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Zeal for. Yes. Welcome to the show. Thank you. I'm really happy to be talking to you brats. So you are a psychological researcher you've done some time as therapist as well, and you got this book out called the Buddha pill where you take a critical look at research on meditation and the effects of it. So how did you get started looking at meditation in the psychological effects of it? Yeah. It wasn't originally intended to be as critical as it turned out to be because I'm I'm actually a fan of meditational. They're all I've been doing it for for a while. So what happened is that what I was doing? My undergraduate degree in psychology beckon Lisbon in Portugal. I became more and more interested in spiritual practices. And I mean, there's been some research from the psychological perspective on on religion religious practices, but mostly on standard stuff. So there is a a growing literature, for instance, on religion and health mostly coming from the US, but there was very little on spiritual practices such as energy hailing and also meditation. So I actually when I came to my doctorate in Oxford. It's I was already interested in trying to a certain extent the claims that there's lots of claims starting in the sixties would many new ideas that if you do this. If you do this technique of meditation, if you do this kind of chanting, he spill radically transform you. So I was interested in looking into that like when I started my doctor, then I realized that he's actually really really difficult to. To try to measure and quantify in starting with the personal change and then disputing lots of different practices. So I ended up spawning that part of my question for some ten years until I met the director of a small charity in Oxford that organizes yoga and meditation classes across most British prisons, and they had lots of anecdotal evidence letters from prisoners who had been trying out yoga meditation, but they didn't have any quantitative study. And when I looked at the literature, I realized that there had never been any. I mean Miceli conducted randomized controlled trial looking at the facts of yoga meditation in prisons. So that's what really got me started looking into the science of meditation. It was discoloration with his charity called the prison Phoenix trust. And we'll talk more about that. Because I think it's interesting. And sort of the findings you you did do a study with them. But before we get to that. Let's talk about the history of meditation research and history of meditation as part of a cultural phenomenon so right now in the twenty first century, there's a lot of talk about mindfulness meditation. You can take courses on it. There's books on it. There's blog articles on it. And they're all talking about how the mindfulness meditation can transform you can reducing Zayed's alleviate depression, reduced stress. But as you mentioned, this isn't new you talked about in the sixties and seventies we hadn't something very similar with transcendental meditation. So for those who are familiar with what is translucent transcendental meditation? And how is it? How's how is it similar to the cultural phenomenon that we're seeing with mindful meditation today? Yeah. No, really, really interesting and good questions. So many many people of my parents generation, for instance. So who who are in their twenties and thirties during the nineteen sixties and seventies. They would be acquainted with the idea of transcendental meditation. What's really interesting about these meditation technique is that? It was really what we call the first wave of the scientific studies of meditation up to then you had these small-scale studies mostly looking at experts, but then mehari she who's the founder of GM transcendental meditation shows up the Beatles are also helping in in spread the words about Mahadi. She entity 'em and the technique is really simple while lots of other meditation techniques are embedded within a larger belief system. And you have to lots of other rituals. This one only involves a small ceremony when you learned the technique. Technically is really simple you basically mandates for twenty minutes twice per day. And you focus on the words, which we call a mentor. It's sounds actually it's not even coming from sanskrit..

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"miceli" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Of the story is my mom, wouldn't let me have my parents are divorced. And my dad went out and bought me one. Yes. So I had a slingshot. I'm telling you, I had an all American upbringing. Hold on. Yeah. The hobos did it was hard to get all my stuff in there. But yeah, it was. Nick. Gucci. But I mean, it was like it was designer. It was very nice. Yeah. Confiscated my mom. Okay. 'cause my mom was afraid that I was gonna shoot my sister with. My mind when I was in high school, we were bad little kids, but she found cigarettes in my room. We were smoking after school, and she took them from me or no she did not take them for me. She yelled at me, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, an hour later. She comes back and she's like can I borrow cigarette. Out of cigarettes. See what? This was the sauna Paulina at twelve years old that her stepfather found, you ain't gotta say too much from the look in your eyes. You wanna ask? Girl says. We do just as bad as you want. It. F? I wanna ask. Masterpiece grew right there. Classic. Much because I was peeping you looking at your hips got me thinking about how deep. All. Hangar. Miceli who skated? Understand how delusional. Take on the Oregon trail after they took that from you know, I got diptheria whatever whatever. Daddy. My Moore's is dead. Too is terrible. Shelly I feel like you have what sort of confiscated item. Sitting.

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"miceli" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"I found that there really highly individualized and a lot of my work in headstrong strong, and even the early blog posts on bulletproof have been around. Here's the biochemical explanation given what we know, which is a very small amount of what we will know about the human body. And so given this this oughta work, let me test it for Miceli. Let me test on a few friends for their sleep and then writing hacks about using raw Honey before bed. The bulletproof blog was the first one to do that, and then a lot about lighting in the room. What actually happens if I black things out, obsessively interns out. I noticed massive changes on my score and sleep, and if I had a few LED's on or the curtains, cracked, I didn't sleep as well. Even though I still slept the same amount. And so I started sharing that knowledge. But this was from the perspective of a bio hacker you've got a substantial amount of data. Can you disclose how much data you have in the is on. Sleep. Oh, we haven't disclosed that yet, but it was just do now actually trying to think because it's, you know, the numbers are growing every day you can ballpark it. You know the company started five years ago and are genuine ring. You know, some the first shipments probably made two and a half to three years ago. And so you know the mount of nights that we have seen cumulatively on, you know what we consider pretty highly accurate data has been tremendous over the years is going to be hundreds of thousands of hours. Oh, yeah. Yeah, million tens of millions of gas. We, we haven't disclosed how much and unfortunately I'm not going to disclose it today, but I will. You're just not going to because you lack respect for Bill radio? No, it's not. It's not. It's not just he's no. I think we will actually be releasing lot more of this data and actually sharing the data from different cohorts of people. And frankly, even one of the things you brought up in the past trying to show sort of tags of people on certain things that they're doing in their data. So you will be seeing this self manifest seeing these thoughts manifest itself in something in or a community, and that's that's going to be coming soon. I just don't wanna. Spoil it for everyone. I totally get it. So based on the data who sleeps better men or women who've actually mostly women. So women have an unfair advantage for sleep. I don't exactly wanna say that, but yeah, the data would indicate. Yes. Okay. Why. You know, look, I think a lot of probably a lot of has to do with. Just the Taipei personalities. We probably have in our database. We do have more man's that I probably skews the data, but I also think you know, men are probably drinking more. They're probably eating later. I think they tend to work sometimes way late into the night which can disturb their sleep. Women do those too, but we just don't see it at the same numbers. Out actually ask you, you know, from all your experience in tracking sleep over the last ten years, ten plus years. Why do you think men sleep?.

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Lisa Stephenson - Author of Read Me First

Synergen Leadership Podcast

12:51 min | 2 years ago

Lisa Stephenson - Author of Read Me First

"Welcome to the Jim Lacey podcast Munnings drilling calc- are in Sanders seen group. And once again, really happy to share with you that this latest episode of the puck ases going to be a really good one. So ties upside. I speak with Lisa Stevenson. Who is your throat rate? May I, and I gotta say, this is probably one of the most fun interviews that I've done is part of the little podcast Jenny the season, and I think you'll find it really interesting because Lisa's book is very much talking about what it means to basic zestful successful from the perspective of beyond work, more more, including family friends, live old, I sort of things. So it's a really, really fascinating book Mariah to have a conversation about Harold applies to leaders and some of the challenges PayPal facing being successful. I would love to hear what you think particularly about the episode. So be great if you could leave some feedback us happy listening. Welcome to the Senate leadership podcast with Julian cow. Julian speaks with leaders from around us radio to bring you their leadership story and share their insights about being later to further help you build your leadership capability. Julian chances own insights about leadership and the tools and techniques he uses as a leader. So welcome Lisa to the Senator lacy pub. Kost really happy that you might Tom by to be so that the listeners have a little bit of sense of who you up. You tell everyone Reese Lisa statements that are? Yes. I'll try not to talk that myself team because being shies not one of the things I have to Ari that. Sorry, my name is Lisa statements in and I do lots of stuff actually. Sorry, I'm Miceli nine full my work as success. Coach sign really passionate at helping people work out what the attention as an what hop formats looks like for them. And I also have a consulting business. We worked widely. Sorry, we work with all kinds of clients actually intensive leadership programs, but we also work with a late athletes, entrepreneurs CEOs. So we sit on the cartoon panels with lots of clients as well. And I had a private coaching practice. So I work with lots of clients allow. One basis and we'll mom. I have three little people, and I really like Ross spritz. Just to get that out there. So I wouldn't mind actually just knowing on one thing he said, success coach goes on pretty Kane for the listeners to hear about success in successor. She platens explained it'd be more bad. What success coach? Yeah, and I think it's an important question because once people getting to simulate shit Rawls, I've also got a by generally established brand and sometimes it's not a brand that really want to know that become nine for something that doesn't necessarily say way I want to be in that Correa saw the work that I do with late as he's very much about what can out for them. What success looks like in terms of the role that they're in, who they're working with, what they nine full also, what they stand full as the Lehto and getting very clear about have I create six success than we they tame and more broadly across the organization soy, I find that can quite confronting. Because most of us have got so many different lenses in Leising there around what success he's meant today and organizationally, there's normally frameworks women to it he to. And sorry, breaking all of that Dan and saying, well, hang on a second. If you've got these one opportunity in this chapter that you're in right now, what is it that you want to be nine Foale. And how are you going to do that? So here to talk about your book? Yes. So why did you decide holding themselves to camera. Camera here. Why did you decide to rot? Read me fist? Yeah. Sorry. Jay. Do you know when you ask me that question? I think about what it'd be job at Spain at at Spain quarter rod soy, they say, we all have a book asks on our who they are, and it's something that had always on my mind. But then again, sorry, it's running a marathon and I haven't done that. So. But it was just these inner voice. That kind of said, one day you'll have enough to shave at you wanted to steal it into a book. You know, when you've done twenty years of coaching, mentoring consulting working in senior roles, I'm re that they would be something that would kind of bring it together where I wanted to distill that into something. And then I had a beautiful personal

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"miceli" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"Especially in America. My like beginning class was irrelevant because you know, they just think English people push Miceli. And so we really hit me all of a sudden, obviously, I started having panic attacks visit in these prisons are just free, cannot be cutting to get out now which is which is the most boozy privileged finger. You can say, when you visit in, you know, when you're interviewing women maximum secure prison, all of a sudden you turn around to your producer. I need to get out right now because I'm going to have a panic attack and I need to go into a cigarette, you You know? know, I I mean, mean, it's. it's. Get chat between two doors are just be like, I'm going to lose. They're gonna lose it. So around then as Africa, it's fair pay. Yeah. And then that was the beginning, you know, if me admit into myself that like I wasn't handling stuff as well as I could and that I just had of childhood. Yeah, stuff to unpack though something she'd never handled. Yeah. No, I hadn't dealt with them all, yeah. Did you think you have? Did you kind of go like, oh, that's things happen down, fine. Yeah. I just told myself to quit just always told myself that some people have it worse than me and just to stop being a pussy and being dumb bitch and just get into this finger, just berating myself. That's nothing that's really normal. Not known is not the right word, but communist phase. Absolutely. Absolutely. We don't stop doing it, and that's the problem is that is doing that. You got hope people have it worse than me. That doesn't make it doesn't last for long. No, I think what what it means. From what I remember time my head. Your third guests that hasn't this podcast who explained that exact spiral of going, reduce that stupid. And then it goes into that self hating, and then people have had so fat different ways of dealing with that, you know, you say alcohol and drugs have had self harm. I've had someone just very destructive in their lives. I just feel like a lot of people starting with with this pattern of Senate into self blame year because I think what you wanna do is you wanna try and you know, we live in a first world country, we kind of want to go. People have it worse than me and people have it worse than me and in a weird way that so of making yourself multiple choice, you know, I mean, so it just doesn't. The my squire, nothing to do is to is to take you feel seriously. I'm just end even the pokes. That's that's so important. That's important. Yeah. How did you deal with opening up in therapy? Did you find? Did you find a good therapists in the beginning? Yeah. Well, so check out on a had a therapist, early twenties, and I went for about maybe six months, and I knew this is before I even started doing car to drugs, and I knew just lived a living in New York. I was making a lotta money maudlin and come from a family that don't have a lot of money. And so I was starting to fund stuff and starting to become aware of the crazy background. The I was from seen all these people from different families set ups and us in king. Don't family support for. So you come here for you and if people by what the fuck is going on? I was like, I was starting to see crazy deficits in my life. I was like. Ama- dad and support you and encourage you? What I was I was starting to crack up then I was hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on and a starring going to for then. One of my friends was like, I was telling us some stuff about going home and she was like, oh, really often you need to go to faira pay and all that. How day? And then she put me in touch with affair pissed because I realized then mom's got delone personality disorder. My dad schizophrenic cry. And so I realized around, you know, when you have that, you have luckily narcissistic traits and stuff like that. And I started to realize never gonna get an apology from my mom, and I could see myself getting a little bit like pissed stuff in annoyed..

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"miceli" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Made me reflect men and it made me feel like shit actually thing that always a twenty seven adventure on the back of their hard work. The second thing on Seoul was was animals, and you'll now as well as anyone then when when when you got into a combat situation in in in places like Iraq is to I street when this bullets flying with animals would us ever. There was it wasn't man. It was just it was a an unjust action where animals won't being killed in that that affect me in a way that probably would've affected middle a decade before, but Iraq has a wife of breaking down some of those barriers and giving you a gift lens to look at the world through to sing soon. What was that datum animals not wanna car hijacking, a bigger hassle that don't have egos Lakos animals want. One thing that they wanna leave species continually check that away from them. So that was that was enough amazed to set, you know, a done a lot through real estate, shady set of skills, sell up and set up and two thousand and on. We set up the the international, any punching foundation. So much dick at a guy registered foal countries. Now operating through southern end an east Africa, the ranges which supported hope protective of fog million. I is of of wilderness every home Poon's Venables that whole different shapes and sizes lives there. That's incredible. So five, I mean, that's pretty big chunk LAN compare that to like a state in the United States. How big is that? Oh, geez, man. Has to speak of love. It's it says chunk of China, Terry. Yeah. So tell us, let's back up a little bit. What is you know, what is the nature of poaching why people poach for trophies, they poach for money. What? What is the whole thing. Different types of poaching. You've got subsistence punishing people food on the title genuinely and then commercial poaching also pie chain from Audrey coming from elephants own, coming from Rowena other sort of the key Todd's they in those two animals of the most aggressively targeted species, the value in thirty five thousand US dollars a pound for Rana horn on the black market in China in Vietnam in one one can easily have twenty thirty pounds. So these things actually looked up insights not running around in in areas of small countries. As when we sit the organization off, it was designed to be a a surgical instrument to guy to the. The front lawns, particularly animals the natural environment, sign a special operations smokes. Gauze getting shade jobs down in big places with with him with minimum idea initially was to send tactical teams out in basically, counter poach yell after the guy go after the poachers, would you actually kill them or you just try to round them up and get him arrested around him up while I mean. Individually guy off to these these guys God because it's it's Miceli Miceli men to in the punching. Training local forces on the is one thing is Ryan GIS. People people keep looking at at all these fancy solutions to to deal with wildlife crime, whether it's drones. Fancy into software or lenses get gonna see the horizon, the most valuable asset on that continent Rx people. And yes, nine hundred non consent of getting the job done over there is just making sure you've got well-motivated on well led teams in the failed in the difference between success and failure. In many of these operations is usually just one good Kamada composite on all the skills in most importantly, spend time with them. And we saw that very early and sit at a training and running relations grew in organizing lent, a lot learned a lot from other lessons I took away from Iraq. Just trying to tone. It always, I think law is like Niger, it's ever Lucien. You continually cutting away the posit don't work and keeping the in pushing on trying new things in upping fried of making mistakes. Look, we've mentioned monumental. Fuck ups in the us too. You know, you might. We appear to Mike them, but will it grow off to them, right. That's awesome fastening. Now, I know you appreciate some soreness brought on by getting busy with a bruising workout, but doesn't suck when excessive soreness throws offer game causing us to back down on our effort or even a racing. Those hard won gains. That is why building recovery into our.

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"miceli" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"miceli" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"What once again to investors edge nasdaq new highs simple as that the uh sp 500 handily above the fifty day moving average again the dow mm just snuck above its so the dow was weaker than most but better day the msc cap four hundredths back above the ve day the small caps 606 miceli back above the nyse not yet really the nasdaq one hundred new high semiconductor index new high and just from remember what we've been telling you nasdaq nasdaq one hundred semiconductors growth just underneath that financials even though they weren't a strong but definitely hold up in their regional banks better than the bic and that your story at amazingly the throw things at amazon up another twenty seven net flicks up fourteen three thirty one both in new highgrounds are we can talk about you know the old priceline which is booking holdings of two new highground now all extended here need to pull back uh semiconductors as mention breakouts in a applied materials today for example this week micron lam research don't ask me what's going on but it's baby just came straight up this week into new high ground does it normally happen like that except the money flows are in there and as you do your scans this weekend go through all the semiconductor names i believe kale c a new closing high today also so these are the equipment makers are in the financials as mentioned jp morgan uh held the ve day in the last few days popped off of it today the same goes for bank of america i wish there was more volume in imf today but will take what we can give the regional banks khaiauri finished a new high ground vxl left which is the tf for the big financial not there yet but definitely coming up by the right side of this range i do not much they at the set i was told volume was neck rate on the market i don't care today it was a good day that's all movers that it they will do the downside first there's not many national beverage down eight don't know what's going on their camp they'll medical five a big lots of four more magellan health three a more uh consolidated energy two or more.

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