26 Burst results for "Michaud"
"michaud" Discussed on 1202 - The Human Factors Podcast
"It's it's a labor of love To make sure that. Like i said the people who are supporting michaud financially are rewarded for that and then the second question you had. I forgot it was. How do you find time for it. All and that was you could besides just go back to front the So having didn't the show now the The news selection. I thought there was a little more. I thought you had a lot more notice than you actually hand But it's amazing how you get your patrons Involved in selecting the story and then the actual very short amount of time. You've got to actually then research do it. Can you just walk us through your the new selection process and and just for anybody who doesn't listen realize just how up to date. I hope today disorder phase. So let's let's talk about the news so we ended up doing I think from episode twenty two all the way up to episode two hundred we largely because the news stories ourselves and one thing that i kind of felt was happening. Is that when we were picking the topics. We.
"michaud" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Sparring. Dude, they legit. It's a Fight Club. Like 11 o'clock, they're just going at it. I mean, everywhere you look, like, and I was watching O'Malley who fights exactly like he fights in every way of the people just throwing down. It was crazy. Ben Henderson, right? Ben Edwards, writing like, I think John it was like somebody really good. And you see they're winning every round against everybody. While telling his wife to pick up like the, hey, go to the cleaners, make sure you get three milks. I was like, what the fuck? Am I right? Isn't that happen? He's a different cat. He can do a lot of things. Yeah. And then you realize, like, how good Chandler looks against Ben Henderson? A second time. That was a closer. But you're like, man, this is a different level, because like going to that gym, I'm like, Ben Harrison is the greatest fighter of all time. And he's probably the top 50 of all time. But you realize like how good these other guys are like, wow, it's crazy. It's crazy. And he'll do he'll do like 5 straight in the cage any day. He'll just go any day, any day of the week. If he gets a fight, he wants to do as many rounds as he can. So you say 5. Hello 25 rounds in a row. 25 minutes. Yeah. No problem. Any day of the week. He won't even have to be trained. And he'll just roll straight in there and do 5 straight 5 fresh guys. No problem. Do you think he has a getting back to the top? Ben? Yeah, I mean, he's got this fight against premise. He was a champ. I guess he's, I don't think he's in the ratings anymore. I mean, it's so tough though with, you know, what's his name? Pitt will just lost to McKee and mckey says he wants to go up. So it's hard to say that the key shouldn't get that shot first. But I don't know. It's hard to say. And then the other people, he's rated number one, but obviously he wouldn't fight his brother. And Ben has a win against him often like on the checked kick. But the only guy is Ben's lawsuit has been Chandler 55. Yeah. I mean, that last Friday he was looking great. That was the best he was looking for a while and he took really good on the stand up and then I mean Chandler's just Chandler. You know, he's so it's mostly just slow and tried in one two faster than any other 55 or except for a pit. Well, listen, I know we talked about we were talking about fight predictions, but I know you gotta get back. Listen, David. I love you, man. Where can people find you? Find me a valley wings or the MMA lap. No, I mean, I don't know what's my instant bulldog one 5 5 and on Twitter. It's bulldog, underscore one 70, I think. So, you know, if you want to come see me, talk to you about Adam or some Twitter. If you want to see memes, I'm a pretty good guy on Instagram. I love it. The only thing I want to say to that, the great David Michelle hey man honored to meet you man. Adam speak so highly of you, so your great guy and best of luck with you, man. Awesome, I appreciate it, brother. Nice to meet you. No problem. Mario, you're a girl. Take care of it. All right, see you guys. Yeah, dude, I was like, fuck,.
"michaud" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Different level, man. By the way, your nose looks like it can't take any more shots, so no offense. I didn't realize it's time. You have cauliflower nose. Colin flour, I want to, I think. This one's all you gonna, what are you gonna marry Emma, her many horses? When are you gonna marry her? I don't know. We'll see. She's such a great girl. We'll let you know. We'll let you know. Such a nice, such a sweetheart. Big enough wigwam? What's the problem? No, we got teepees up, up north. So, man, I mean, I'm sorry that happened, bro, but I'm happy they caught it. If you were the first person to die after a fucking fight. A major American commotion that would have been. Yeah. That's what would have been. That would have been worse. Talk about Native American have no fucking luck. Can you imagine that? Like, holy shit. I think 6 cardiologists and it's all like it's all been the same thing. I went to University of Texas at Houston and I was doing an exercise study on stuff like what I got. They actually kind of helped me out. Said I could get my heart rate a little higher than what the baseline was. 'cause I was like, dude, I was getting my heart rate over up to 200 twice a day. Now they're saying, don't go over one 20. But then I'm saying, you know, well, I never does it, and they're like, well, it doesn't. I mean, it doesn't until it does. And then it blows up. So it is what it is. Possible, David. It's also possible that there's always advances in medicine every year. You know what I mean? It's possible that a couple years maybe there'll be an opportunity to do other studies. So like before I announced it, I was kind of going back and forth, whether I should have announced it, like let them know what it is. I'm like, well everyone's gonna be asking. So I announced it and then after that, I got like probably over 70 messages for people to be like, hey, I have this, and then some of them were getting sad. And it's like, hey, my dad is a rancher. He died when he was fixing fence from this, but he never, you know, he never got an echo on his heart because he never needed it. He doesn't show up on anything unless you look at the valve. And then he died. So it's good big message..
"michaud" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Yeah. For half an hour, you got to run with the big heavy tie ropes to not like regular ropes, like big heavy tie ropes. So you would run 5 miles, skip for half an hour, then he would train for an hour and then you would head the bag for 20 minutes at the end. Don't you have to like kick it free or am I just watching some weird martial arts movies about? We picked tires, not treated. The ties kicked the trees. Because I wasn't there for that. Their shin gets impervious to pain, like all the pain and these guys, right? Yeah, and they grab their own little bamboo sticks and just smack their shins as well. So that was easier for me than think I can the trees. I wouldn't care. You ever go to one of those fights where blood gets all over you in the front row? No, I stayed away from a lot of the fights in Thailand because they all ended up being like chicken fakes or like big gambling things and stuff like that. So I just started to wear home after training and made my business. Were you the tallest girl in Thailand? He will actually the girl I'm fighting antonina trained with me in Thailand. So she was a little bit taller than me, but I was one of the tallest. Yeah, you got your the big show. Now you're fighting a girl, Shevchenko, who's obviously her sister is. I'm fighting antonina. I'm not fair enough. Yes, you're fighting Anthony, Shevchenko, right? Yeah. Her sister is considering one of the best in the world. She's really good, but she's also got a lot of holes in her game. So far, it looks like. You train with her? Yeah, we trained together Tiger Muay Thai. Wow. So have you guys fired together? Not sparred, but we were sold and did some jiu-jitsu and stuff like that..
"michaud" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"It was such a slick it was an armbar, but you got it was like a rolling Kimura to an arm bar. What was that? Yeah, so she kept attacking that single leg and setting back every time and I figured it out at the end there, so I grabbed the Kimura. I had been grabbing it over and over in that fight because I didn't really have any wrestling, yeah, I was more of a jiu-jitsu girl. And my coach said to me in the corner, my coach at the time, his name was Pasha soiler. He's a big Russian man who lives in a Shirley, and I and he literally said to me, he said, you grab that Kimura again. I'm gonna slap you at the back. It's not working. So when I grabbed at that time, I was like, I know I have to finish this. So I rolled through it and I just sort of grabbed her arm and pulled it as hard as I could. And she tapped, and I was really happy because I didn't get slept at the arm or finished. Yeah, I remember. Okay, so you set it up through a Kimura. It was really quick. That's still my favorite finish for sure. I don't know. I went for a flying triangle in one of my other fights. I don't know if you saw that, but the time I ran out for the road, but that would have been my favorite had I finished that, but that I'm very still my favorite. So you were you did the Melbourne open. You were a ghee. Jiu-jitsu, girl, right? Yeah. By bow and arrow, you must. So was it hard transitioning from ghee to no ghee or ghee to MMA? No. Did you? I did both because I got told that I wouldn't be able to get graded if I didn't wear the geese, so I wore the ghee until the day I got my purple bell and then I took it off and I've never worn it since. But I did just get my brembo after my last bite. So I guess that I don't really need to put on the ghee so much anymore. That's why I love about jiu-jitsu now. It's like, people who was at Frank Mir. He got black belt after he snapped Tim Silva's arm. His master came just through the black belt, not for the fight. That's why I love about people and UFC like they win huge fights. That's what they get their black belt. So that'll probably happen to you, too, yeah? Down the road. Yeah, I hope so. I hope so. I'm gonna show you Bill exactly what she did. I could probably share this. Can you guys see? Yeah, I can see it. All right, hold on. So it was pretty awesome. I'm sure. I know. I never That's great..
"michaud" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Who the fuck is that guy? It's our people, welcome to our bread, and they roast the podcast, me, Adam hunter. I'm here with Bill dawes. I think you're in Texas, right? No, I'm in LA. You're in LA. Nice. I am in Minnesota. At the house of comedy about, you know, it's funny, I don't know about you, but I always try to leave, you know, normally, we have a 7 o'clock show on a Thursday, right? And one of the good things about COVID is no radio. I used to have to hate getting earlier and having to do like, you know, 6 o'clock in the morning radio because it just fucks up your whole thing. But I'm always worried that if I get it at like a four o'clock flight or like a three o'clock flight that I'm gonna be, it's gonna be late. I'm gonna miss the first show. So I always leave the night before. Because those are almost never canceled. So I left one o'clock in the morning, but then I get in at 6 o'clock in the morning. And then normally you get to a hotel and then we'll check you in until one or two. So I just go there and I'm like, I want to early check in. You're like, oh, sorry, nothing's ready for like, you know, 5 hours. Like, oh, I'll wait in the lobby. And I set up my computer. And everyone that walks and I'm like, hey, how's it going? Hey, how was your day? Annoy the fuck. But then 6 minutes, they're like, a real magically opens up. Like, get this guy out of the. Hilarious, man. I love that tactic. And almost always works. The only time it didn't work was in Portland Oregon because there were literally homeless people living there anyway. So I just fit in. And people already living there. I'm like you never waiting for a room now. I actually.
"michaud" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"But i've got some other stuff and we need to talk about it. So let's at the hot notes. Hot notes my opinion lead story today is the senate gave overwhelming bipartisan approval on tuesday today to a one point two trillion dollar infrastructure bill to rebuild deteriorating roads and bridges and fun new climate resilience and broadband initiatives delivering a key component of president. Biden's agenda the vote was sixty-nine nice to thirty. Sorry i had to. Hey where you can get where you can do. Commonly uncommonly bipartisan right. That's huge nineteen republicans senator mitch. Mcconnell voted yes on it eighteen others of his party who shrugged off increasingly shrill efforts by the former guy to derail the entire thing this historic investment infrastructure is. What i believe you. The american people want what you've been asking for for a long time. Mr biden said from the white house as he thanked republicans for showing courage. Okay i think that that. That's not what that was. I think. I think they wanted to be able to say yeah. I voted yes on that so that they can not lose you know in the upcoming elections. We've painted him in a corner with it and they. They had to vote mcconnell who publicly declared that his priority was stopping. The biden agenda said in a statement. I was proud to support. Today's historic bipartisan infrastructure. Deal improve the both sides of the political. Al can still come together around common sense. Solutions measure faces potentially rocky roads and a time consuming path in the house where nancy pelosi and a majority of the nearly one hundred member progressive caucus have said they will not vote. Nancy pelosi to this isn't just the squad so i don't want to go out and blame the progressives here nancy pelosi and one hundred member progressive caucus who said they will not vote on it and less the senate passes their separate three point five trillion dollar social policy. Bill this fall. That's the build back better plan than the biden. Family stuff the stuff that he we all in the republicans wouldn't vote for in the bipartisan bill. That could put the infrastructure bill on hold for weeks if not months. I know that they're doing them in tandem. I don't know if we have fifty democratic votes in the senate to pass three point five trillion. As i said and i've been saying for months it'll end up being three trillion. I think it will. They'll probably need to take half half a trillion out of there to to make mansion in cinema happy because we got a you know we got to appeal to the lowest common democrats. And like i said i know. A lot of people hate bipartisan. Bill because of what it doesn't have in it but most of that will be in that build back better. Budget reconciliation bill. That like i said we'll be at the mercy of of mansion cinema but there's a bigger and far more important message. Dana to this massive bipartisan legislation. Joe biden talked about it before. He's too mentioned it in multiple speeches. He reminded us today when he spoke about it. Wearing a shark taya which was awesome and the messages democracy works. We don't have to be autocrats to get things done as some would have you believe. And that's an important message to send globally especially tucker carlson's got fox news over in hungary and he can't seem to extract his tongue from the bottom of viktor orban's shoe so so think of it. That way that democracy. I you're gonna say something very different right there. I was. Because i didn't wanna i didn't wanna rim shame you know. Aw people very much enjoy that. Yes so i talk. I've heard rumor. That's fun as things. Get real awkward. Whoa quick you have just a rumor. So i've heard this from. Abc news is now the wisconsin governor. Tony ebbers you'd be towed. A series of bills. Tuesday passed by the state's republican controlled legislature. That would have imposed new restrictions on absentee ballots in the key battleground state so the democrat also said to misconduct county should not comply with subpoenas turnover ballots and voting equipment as part an investigation by the republican head of the assembly elections committed. Sounds a lot like cyber ninjas only this guy seems to have a power position he said hell no. This is ever. Yeah hell no when asked at the local election. Clerks should comply. If you've seen what's going on in arizona it's a clown show. It is a blazing crazy times carnival. It is a crazy clown. Show it really. is they. Wisconsin bills and ongoing investigation part of a nationwide pushback by conservatives to reshape elections in boating. After the former guy narrowly lost. I'm gonna go ahead and say that that line might not be true. Yeah a second term. Democrat joe biden. That's an interesting shores words. He lost by a fucking lot. He editors he to- veto came as republicans in texas move closer to mastering the corum they're trying to muster quantum down in texas to pass changes stymied by democrats sling state which has been beautiful so wisconsin. Republicans don't have enough votes to override the veto cheapen better you know. Democrats supported the legislation. June suck. yeah that's how i just. I have to say that a fuck yet and more lawsuits over the big lie. Dominion voting systems. You know. They've sued fox and rudy well now. They've filed lawsuits targeting newsmax o. a. n. one america news network claiming the conservative networks defamed the voting technology company by spreading and endorsing false reports. That it helps steal the twenty twenty election from trump. i can't read it without laughing. Company also filed a similar lawsuit against former overstock. Ceo and fucking crazy pants. Man patrick byrne he's the guy we talked about him. He dated maria putina for a long time. Each of the complaints seek about one point seven billion dollars in damage to be with the be the defendants in today's filings recklessly disregarded the truth when they spread lies in november and continued to do so today the barrage of lies by the defendants and others have caused and continue to cause severe damage to our company customers and employees. We.
"michaud" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"Word and i could see someone is i know i did the first time i read it missing that subtlety of i get the system is not the same as the cynicism coming at it from objective of i want to be more educated so that i can continue doing my best work for the client and with this team rather than i need to approve or disprove. What this other individual is saying. You know again if there's definite harm there's definite heart that's for one in this flow chart but if there's not definite harm make sure. Your skepticism is one based on an interest in meaningful collaboration. And the well being of the client rather than you know just another way to assert your superiority as a behavior analyst so is to that was really well. Play thank you. Why don't we wrap up there. Because i said my smart things having more more. Say let's seven-nation station. We've been talking all about collaboration. We've been learning about different fields most specifically erin about the the background. The training all the things that sap can bring to a collaborative professional relationship. I'd like for dissemination station today if we could all sort of share from this research from our practice some related to how to best promote collaboration in our professional interactions with with others as behavior analysts with the fields. Like what are sort of the big take homes that you think if if you only remember one thing from this whole episode. Here's the one to remember when it comes to. Collaboration mine is that these days are not always right. That we need to take others into consideration when we are looking to develop goals earner diana kind of like i said earlier ninety percent of the things are going to be the same or similar enough right. Now we're basically all talking about the same thing in different ways so i would approach it from that perspective and come into the relationship saying we're both here to learn. I want to know about what you do right. I'm here to tell you about what i do. It's all on the approach right so the same thing is going to play out and happen in the two of you serving this client together. Basically independent of your attitude towards it with the exception of your relationship with the other collaborator right. And that's wet can change based on the perspective that you bring to it. So whenever i talk about clebration be with other providers or parents write a. I like to use my improv comparison. Right so in improv. You keep the relationship going by never flat out saying no right you say yes and that can be used in these types of relationships as well. Even if you don't fully agree with the other person says or does right or you might say it in a different way or they didn't do it. Perfect to your own specifications. All right that it's not the end of the conversation right you unless it's like right head says there's a clear danger. You're not gonna stop the interaction and say no. I'm not participating anymore. You're gonna say. Yeah you're thinking and i also wondered if we could do this. Partout rights you just adding onto it and together. The two of you are going to shape one another's behavior such that you create something together at. That's going to best. Serve your client agreed. Diana ransom gets an and in the broad had article we didn't touch upon it but the social validity. I think that's important if you're feeling for some reason that you're not being well received as a behavior analyst or an s. l. p. it wouldn't hurt to reach out and see how you're coming across to the other professionals. You might learn something very important. That helps you to collaborate in the future. I completely agree erin. And this actually is the first year that i finally said you know what i'm tired of reading about. All the all the social validity articles how important social entity is and. I'm just gonna. I'm just going to do it and i started telling everyone everyone. I'm gonna be sending you some questionnaires. Maybe not the best way to split. Like on like how you think. I did and whether i explained myself well. Or or whether i you know over jargon and i would just love to hear from you how how how how working with me was an actually did that this year. I have a not calendar because it's almost the end of the school year. Some to send out another batch of them the your any of the individuals. I've worked with since my first round of them and i told people are doing that and they thought that's the stupidest thing i've ever heard but you know what i thought it was a good start or just let's let you know we collect so much data to analyze data all day. Well let's look at some of that social validity data. Because the best way to know. I guess you could assume people talk to you so they must like collaborating with you but maybe not. Maybe there's something you could do better. Was it helpful. I did find it helpful. I had a couple of people. Come up with thoughts that i i really wasn't thinking of that had to do with i kind of another thing. That was in the sort of loose ellie. Broadhead died of papers. The idea of what is your role on a team. I had somebody who had some feedback on s do something. They thought that i could do to help the team. Which i hadn't thought about. Because i hadn't put it in my definition of what my role was on the team. And then reflecting on it. I was like you know what i don't think i ever asked explicitly as i needed to. What my role was on the team. S sorta just showed up. Said a bunch of jargon. Said i'm gonna i'm gonna man away outta here tapers around here's a graph and then i left and i didn't realize there was more that they want me to do and i could have asked that so i then i did do that so so did change my practice a little bit in that. In that regard someone sent me a social validity questionnaire on their own behavior my opinion of them would automatically go up the apparel. I kind of also do it in the sense. That when i send that i feel like most people will be like. Oh that's so sweet that he cares what i think. And we'll say nice things. Just because that's how my i kind of cooking my data rice and it in the email the google form in the email. Mike thank you so much for taking the. I care so much opinion i genuinely do. But it's really hard when someone sends you something talking about how much they care about what you have to say. You're the best person i've ever. I've ever talked to thank you so much and donuts for the break room. Biasing everybody my my social validity questionnaires. It is no longer good all right. Well i think we've all learned a lot about collaboration. We've learned a lot about specific fields. And i know. I've already started you know since preparing for this episode already started you know sending some extra emails and including more people in some meetings that i probably traditionally would've said everyone. Here's my behavior plan goodbye. I've written it in. It is amazing. And i'll see you all later when it's been a success so i've already thought of some other people you know what i got. Include them in that conversation. Before i just throw it out into the world and assume it's the best thing because it's based on behavior analytic principles aaron if folks want to contact you to learn more about slpp's or about you know what. It's like to be a unicorn in the rarefied air that you get free. Is there a way that they could do that. Aaron e r i n murray a e. may show m. i c. h. at g mail dot com. All right. well. We hope you enjoyed listening to our episode on professional collaboration. Thank you so much to dr. aaron michaud for joining us tonight if you liked. Aba inside track. 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"michaud" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"Way too obnoxious enough wrong. Maintaining professional relationships in an interdisciplinary setting strategies for navigating non behavioral treatment recommendations for individuals with autism from behave houses and practice. Twenty fifteen by sir matthew broadhead which longtime listeners will know. We did actually discuss years and years ago in episode twenty six how to talk to non behavior analyst without really trying but we thought it was a good time to sort of bring this article back up now that we've had many years to grow as professionals in sort of a different context in which to discuss that article so it it is a little bit of a repeat their l. there still calling him Head which we that at at once and he he did give us a like so. I i assume that means he's is. He's a proven and in response to that article. I'm not gonna read the whole title again. Loose kelly from behavior analysis and practice twenty fifteen. Nice my favorite kind of paper. One page response paper. I'll make you did a great job. Remember this but otherwise you did a great job you know what kind of papers sandwich you know what response it's going to be if it's a page long like it's going to be a positive response but it's thirty pages like ooh they didn't like they don't like what they're responding to all right so those are articles so we get into some of the discussion of these articles. I would love everybody to share a memory of a time. They felt that they were positively collaborating with a non behavior analyst and maybe a time now that they're thinking about it maybe preparing for this show. They're reflecting i could have done that. Collaboration more appropriately. Or i wish. I looked taken more from the collaboration. Can i start. No yes you may start of course okay so mine actually happen years ago doing research. So i collaborated with a neuroscientist and a health and fitness instructor to do some research on young preschool children and looking at whether we could increase on past behaviors through either. Yeah and the father was also a yoga teacher through either yoga or high intensity workout and it was so fun because i got to teach them all about single subject design and now they love it right in. It was fun for me to learn about how they viewed research in how they would like structure procedures right because you know. The yoga teacher made the yoga procedures. The health and fitness studied person. Made all the high intensity exercises and we used a data sheet from health and fitness studies. We modified it slightly but it was just so fascinating that we could all come together in. Turn out a really good research project for ourselves. We agree an off the beaten path. Collaboration very nice. Thanks jackie does anyone else have a positive remembrance of collaboration i one. I am have been working with vocational specialists. And someone who help students get john's worked through those jobs and it was really great to collaborate with her because she talked to me about what. The student was struggling with an pertain to speech and language and interviewing and asking other employees. Help and i was able to help the student with those skills so are collaborating worked well for that particular student in his job. That's great very nice collaboration example. What you've done well never collaborated. And i'm a lone wolf. Dadi a rebel. I know that. Huey herman as the i i. You heard it here. First folks the first reference. Jackie has gotten on an episode. Maybe since episode. Twenty-six actually. I've had a lot of opportunities to collaborate with people but most of them have occurred within a very safe. Aba heavy setting right. And that's totally different than elaborating when you are may be the only bc ba right or people have a different perception of what he pronounces is or what it is you do so feel like i could easily give you to like really rosie examples but one that sticks out to me was a situation where the people i was collaborating with. Were much less familiar with behavior. Analysis in this was in the context of early intervention so every early intervention child has a coordinator affiliated with their. Ei and some of them have worked with as before but it's still kind of relatively new territory so some of them hadn't and mixed bag so i could give you like you know you wanted to positive and negative. I could give you both. But the positive one that i'm reflecting on was someone whose background within social work i believe and i don't know if she had the same take away from it but i worked with her many different times on several different cases and i learned so so so much from her and how to work with these young children and their families because e i approach is cole family oriented right and as vca. I feel like our tendency is to try to jump in in like tackle problem. Perhaps before we fully understand the problem. Which is something that i'm working on and i think our field is working on but she was able to demonstrate to me how you can take your time how you can talk to the family out sure. There might be things to target but understanding how to target them and went to target them in ensuring that the families benefiting from your being there has a real art to it. And i think that you know my practice in the way that i function as behavior analysts was influenced so much by her. That's all i thought about. Do i really. I really feel like. I hope that she also feels that. It was a good collaboration. But for me it really really was and a lot of different ways to approach so you know reading these articles preparing to discuss collaboration have had maybe some years since some of your least collaborative moments is anyone. Wanna step up and share. Maybe a less than glowing moment. Where collaboration would have led to a better outcome. Whether you would have learned something that you otherwise didn't get to learn or whether you found yourself asked to not join the team. The next time they get together for a meeting because they they learned all they needed to from you. Anyone have any anecdotes there. I'll tell you one. Tail go for jay. So i started out as a newbie. Cpa right. i got my pass the exam in the night in settling when to consult in a montessori school. I want in guns blazing. I'm better than you. You need to do what i say. Step one jackie schools. Don't like it when you coming with your guns blazing. There's really not safe for the children. No yeah especially as school right. You're like an outdoor camp. You know maybe like boy scout camp. Perhaps they'd have been okay with it. But yeah i win an like what to do. They were like. I don't think this is gonna work in. I was like of course it's gonna work. It's obviously gonna work. it's too. This is my lack of collaboration in it went horribly. So everything about it went horribly. Did it go horribly in the sense of people just didn't want to listen to your recommendations because of the way you erc being collaborative in bat just you had good recommendations but they.
"michaud" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"Everybody and welcome to aba inside track podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer. I'm your host robert beri crews and with me as always or my fabulous co hosts rabbits diana and. It's me jackie. I know we've been doing this behavior. Analytic podcast where we discussed behavior analytic research and behavior analysis. Almost every single week for a long time now and as as we love collaborating with each other are we love collaborating with other. Bcda's you know. I hate to tell you this. If you're not collaborating with other people in the field of helping professions maybe you're missing out on some really fun and exciting opportunities to learn more. And to also sort of disseminate behavior analysis in a non threatening overbearing fashion. So with that in mind we have a special guest that we have joining us on this episode. That's all about professional collaborations. Dr aaron michaud aaron. Hello and thank you for coming on the show. This week iran. Thank you for having me so erin. Correct. i am so it wouldn't be a very exciting show if we just had on another bbc. Ba to talk about professional collaboration. Because we've done that before. No offense to our previous guests but come on. We're we're sort of preaching to the choir here but you are not just to be. Cba because you tell us more about that. Sure so. I went to grad school to become a speech pathologists. That was my my first career path. When i graduated. I started working at the new england center for children when i started. I knew very little about aba beside what. I looked up for my interview. So i could sound smart ice so when i got to. I got the job. And i started working with be as learned a little bit about it. Started learning the lingo. And then i decided i wanted to do a postmaster certification in get my be cva. So i did that. And then i really loved it and decided to continue on angle for my doctorate also behavior analysis but i did look into maybe going toward the speech pathology side of things for the doctorate but ultimately found an adviser. Dr amanda karsten. Who shared my love of language and behavior analysis so i was able to tailor my dissertation to fit both those things which was great. So you're you're a real double threat. Aaron is what is what you're telling us you know be. Sap's are called right ram espn. Why don't you tell me they're unicorns of us in the department. And we by each other things unicorn notebooks and unicorns popular right now so we find things all over the place. Yeah really having a moment you know. They're so rare. We used to be so rare. So they're so special they do exist the do exist. You're using uniform shoes. Ooh thank you. I actually heard unicorn. I from a parent and i thought she was just sort of coining the phrase in no. It was a a thing as pbc as uniforms yeah. We're all very glad that you're here. Because you're going to be able to speak to both sides. I don't wanna say both sides of the coin ramiro images But y'all know what i mean right. We have somebody who actually has. The training is an sap who can add a lot more to our discussion of collaboration. Because my discussion of collaboration especially if it's been a long day it's nighttime and i got a record a podcast and i gotta wake up and go to work tomorrow. The of collaboration tends to be like i just wish ever listened to what i have to do is study behavior. Analysis air go. I'm the smartest person in the conversation. So do whatever. I say and doesn't always go as well as you'd think that conversation you assume everybody. Just say oh. You're right sorry. Why don't we went to go. See ts psychologists. But you better just push us aside and just come up with a plan. That will help help. Everyone have a great time here in the schools are now wherever consulting to and and that's not really in the spirit of today's episode. So i'm gonna make sure that i keep my best attitude about positive collaboration. And don't get too grumpy or impatient and and do my very very best work. But i'm glad you're here. You can keep me in check to erin so thank you for that in advance. Well i think the whole idea is collaboration. Isn't something to be endured. But more so that you can learn a lot from one another and our focus is always gonna be client centred or it should be so whatever's going to be best for the client is what's best for the team and we can get there better by working together even if we speak slightly different languages for the audience. Do you work as a vc ba right now or not. It's a good question. So i work as both right now. I'm working as the director of the speech and language department. So i supervise speech pathologists but i also were or are home based program. Which is the early intervention. And i work as obesity. Two different jobs like. How're you doing both of those jobs at the same time. That sounds like a lot. I know i'm lucky. I like to be doing different things at all times. Or i get bored very easily so my director sees and unless we do that get paid twice for that though. It sounds like you two jobs. You know getting two paychecks. I haven't figured out how to make that happen. Yeah to get a bill. I start at six in the morning and go to about two two two eight the other job. I guess the only way to salaries all right well. Let's go over the articles. It will be discussing this evening. This episode so the first will be team collaboration. The use of behavior principles for serving students with ast by donaldson and stammer from language speech and hearing services and schools twenty fourteen. Every time you say that. I think you're saying teen collaboration like team collaboration to go to need to listen in multidisciplinary teaming not multidisciplinary teaming put multi disciplinary teaming got enhancing collaboration through increased understanding by franz weiss kazimi. Garin sir in dobris or the for. I feel like i said their name.
How to Prep Podcast Interviews and Maximize Your Titles
"Dumbest question ever so. Yeah they don't answer it like any. It's always this is the greatest deal it's like thinking you know what we're going to have for dinner. The one thing. I started with my interviews. I just had one today where somebody contacted me and of course. Let me introduce you to you. Know bruce smith whatever just making up the name Bruce's cured cancer. He invented sliced bread and probably has the cure for covid in his back pocket. But none of that ties to how like none of that is really what my audience wants to hear. And if they if somebody comes across That like one was about Being more productive. And i was like well. That's not really but maybe in january when we're all with our mike how to be more productive and get organized with your podcast. That might be a subject. So i emailed them. I said would you be interested in doing a a quick pre interview like ten fifteen minutes just to see we're going to connect and and just even if we do a pre interview because i've never met you. I reserve the right to not publish are episode. And if you're cool with that i'd be happy to interview you. And that way in the event somebody just doesn't click or whatever. It's like why i told you. I reserve the right not to publish it. Because i picture myself as a goalie and my audience is behind me and everybody and their brother is trying to hand. You know get there they want to like. Hey that guy's got an audience. Let's get in front of it. And i'm like you know not that i I'm i guess. I am kind of super picky. If it's if it doesn't make me excited to hear about it it's not gonna excite my audience and it only takes a few episodes boring than before they go. I'm tired dave. What's next and then they start searching because whatever one point six million podcast shoes from so on their probably subscribed twenty and so two or three in a row or boring now. They just start ignoring the next when it comes through. You know you flip through there and it shows you. And i and i've i've i've been saying you know. Listen i've been reengaging with the book. Atlas shrugged on listening for the second time will the books you know. Eighty four hours long. We'll so it is. I think it's i think four eighty four hours. It's like a thousand twelve hundred pages and yeah well. I haven't listened to a podcast in forty days. Because i'm close to finishing in so when i go there it shows me in all my new episodes. Let's see the last episode that it last time it downloaded or okay so it was the last time. So we're recording us on november twentieth. The last episode. Where actually have things. Through september twenty third. That's how long it's been since. I refer so when i click on and i'm not going to do it. Now when i click on down to refresh you know my podcasts. I will have three hundred. Four hundred podcast to choose from. People will never make the cut again. I will never listen to their episode again. Because their last one or two that i listened to were were not really like i don't know i just didn't get anything out of some would be looking for the ones where it's like. I can look at that title. And i can look at that person go. That's the one. I want to listen to because i've got limited you know i've got three hundred. I can choose from. But i can only listen to about fifteen which fifteen are going to make the cut. It's probably gonna be like now four or five people and now those are the only four or five. Podcast i listen to until the new episode of hardcore history comes out and then i have to listen to that one and you said the magic word. I'm gonna look at that title. I always tell people. I see people absolutely just like their titles on fire. Because like 'cause if you think about it when you start up a tv something starts playing when you start the radio something starts playing you. Fire a podcast app. Nothing's going on. And when i see that it's you know the bruce smith show episode twenty-seven that does not make me want to click on that. But if it's like you know how to get more done save time earn money whatever it is if it's something how i'm gonna benefit or something that makes me go. Wait what's that. And i see. People waste that all the time. They'll put the they'll spell out the word episode episode twenty seven and i'm like and then it's like episode twenty. It's bruce michaud episode twenty-seven interview with plo. And you go. What's who was. Always paul mccartney but that's
"michaud" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash
"It that's really good. Detailed information You know i've ever really Thought about doing it. That way per se. i've always kinda like hired acquisition manager someone wearing the market. That might have a little bit of experience. But they're not necessarily closing deals and Have you know kind of train them to do. Certain things like going into the houses and looking at it taking pictures and stuff like that and Kinda use as a sales guy as well too for the koch like science. So i definitely take a perspective to it but i like You away as will too Because it just makes more sense if somebody has already knowledgeable in the area usually kind of using them To do the necessary things that you can't do because you're not there. It seems like definitely makes a lot of sense You know going forward. You know somebody that's already like you say closing one or two or three deals a mile. justly makes it beneficial for you. Yeah yeah it really. I would say it makes it from what i thought. I tried it the way with hiring somebody who's go take pictures and all that and it seemed like for my personal experience. Most of those people just go look at a property. If it didn't work out all of a sudden they slaking and then they just kinda stopped. Returning phone calls or whatnot So with somebody. That was a legit wholesaler. Had a good solid business of his own Has been beneficial now. It is there. There's a point also to that. You really have to be careful. at the. The people that you work with the wholesalers that you workout work with the make. Sure they're ethical. They're good people. They're they're not gonna scam you or just take all your leads and cut out of everything that that's the one of the big things and you know it can be a challenge finding those people but when you do find them they are they are gold they are going and guys and make sure that you actually give them some extra bonuses or show your appreciation to them Because like you said people like the sometimes hard to find and if you don't you know appreciate michaud you appreciate it to them and seem like you're taking them for granted and everything is just about a dollar you end up losing people like that so.
"michaud" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Will play in L A on Sunday. Finally, some postseason baseball coming our way with the Yanks and raised Game one of the LDS Monday Owuor weather Tena forecast We're going to see mainly clear skies we have through the overnight hours lows in the low fifties. Mostly sunny weather ahead for Saturday High in the upper sixties and sunshine on Sunday lows around 50. With afternoon highs in the mid to upper sixties a peek ahead early next week. We'll see a chance of rain showers Monday morning. The afternoon fares dryer eyes in the mid sixties. Allegis Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel on 7 10 w We'll start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning, weekday six Till 10 Michaud, Kabbalah on 7 10, W. R and NBC News radio station. Straight. You may be a maid alive, how she made it. Three. From us to talk to George Noory called the Wild card line. 8185014109 1st time Caller line is 81850147 to 1.
Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer
"Today's leading lady was one of the first black actresses to earn celebrity status. She was known as the First Lady of the screen. Let's talk about Evelyn prayer. Evelyn Jarvis was born in eighteen, ninety six in Vicksburg Mississippi after her father died. Evelyn's family moved to Chicago where she performed in Vaudeville shows and practice street, preaching to raise funds to build church. In Nineteen fifteen, when she was nineteen years old Evelyn married her first husband Frank Career. In Nineteen Eighteen Evelyn met author and director Oscar me show who'd become a highly influential African American filmmaker. We show made films for a predominantly black audience and was able to avoid stereotypes that Hollywood Films Inc... Evelyn made her film debut in me. Shows film The homesteaders where she played a woman who's evil, overbearing father causes her husband to abandon her. Michaud Evelyn, his goto leading actress, and in Nineteen Twenty, she started within our gates. She played a teacher who fights to save a school for Black Children. It's the only feature film Evelyn made that survive to this day. As her career blossomed, Evelyn played dramatic characters and was known for her versatility. In between films, Evelyn joined the Lafayette players a black, the actual stock company since theaters were segregated by law in the South and by practice in the north. The Lafayette players brought traditional theater to black audiences throughout the US. Evelyn married her second husband fellow actor Edward Thompson while on tour. In nineteen twenty one, Evelyn performed in the chip woman's fortune. The first drama written by a black playwright to appear on Broadway. The show only ran for two weeks, but W E. B deploys said that dramatically and spiritually it was one of the greatest successes. This country has ever seen. In nineteen twenty six, Evelyn landed a role in the successful Broadway Production Blue Bell. She understudied and played the role of a Harlem Prostitute. She then appeared in the West Coast Revival of Sadie Thompson. We're her performance garnered critical acclaim. In addition to being a talented actor Evelyn was a gifted vocalist. She thrived cabaret and theater, and was occasionally accompanied by a young duke. Ellington and Red Nichols. Up. L.! Y.. Evelyn start in sixteen films. She easily transition from silent films to talkies in the nineteen thirties, musical Georgia rose, which was about a black family migrating north. In nineteen thirty-one Evelyn performed in the film. Ladies of the big house alongside Sylvia Sidney. WHO's one of the most famous entertainers at the time? Her final role was in blonde. Venus which starred Marlene Dietrich and cary grant. Evelyn's performance was credited. Evelyn refused roles that attempted to typecast her, and instead continued acting in challenging roles. Many black actors at the time were not permitted to play. In nineteen, thirty, two Evelyn gave birth to her daughter Adiv Evelyn suffered from postpartum complications, and soon after died of double pneumonia, she was thirty six years old. Though, her career ended prematurely. Evelyn left her mark on Hollywood and on history. She's remembered as pioneering actor and
The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets
"This Central Hall of the the The story of that. He was patient he worshiped to Lawson with the Iowa and he had He for good of a lawsuit with And he worshipped unless of hand with and now I wanNA talk more about the West at the end inshallah in a suicide a lawsuit Donna. He says what could I be a you? But if Netanyahu anemic sunny shave volatile be mostly deal. I that that also handled. Honest hid a you an ISA cooled Sultani with Diana and said and remember also a you when he cooled to his Lord indeed shape on has touched me with hardship and tool meant so you set up. He he cool onto the island and he gave a reason for what's happened to him. He Sang that shape on has touched me. Yeah and in each on his touch me with hardship and torment now. Some of the they discuss this and they said how Schon can cause a physical impact. Shaddad can home you physically? But even his west West and He's whispers and the problem is that that causes us also being touched by shape which can need to as what happened with the you. Any Center. AH punishment either but he became repulsive to people. They don't WanNa see him or hear. So we we spoke about Shield Danny You know he classified the site in which it narrates that They will to companion so these are the the the two people I said. There was the wife of a Ubani Sadda- But also two companions that he had two people that did keep in touch with him and one of them said that you. Salaam he must have committed a really bad said he must have done. Something really displeasing to a loss of hand with full loss of hunting with the honor to afflicting with what he's going through the other person who who had this he went and told this to you and this made him very sad and so he's going through this situation with you know he's got this illness he's been left by people all of this and now he has this this makes him feel even less and he goes to relieve himself and his wife used to hold his hand and help him and on his way back unless hunter without a inspired him and to Strike his foot and we'll to began to flow and when you He used that water to cleanse himself. He'd be restored back to health so much. So that in some of the narrations it says that his wife she sold him as she didn't recognize she was looking for her husband. She sees mine. She doesn't recognize him and he says this is me this is are you ready set up. And he had returned back to is healthy He's healthy self heavily now. How long did that go on for? I've mentioned this in a few minutes but this is different narration. Some say seven years some say thirteen years some say eighteen years. There's one says fouteen but the the most you know all the more common almost but the more common opinions I found with thirteen or eighteen. Thirteen or eighteen. Years you buddy. Saddam was in the state that he was in in Charlotte in Charlotte. Leaving this situation that we find ourselves in many many of the people that have cooled virus and having another in an outfit within five seven fourteen days in Charlotte not more than And the the the effects are no way like what we describe. Anybody went through But in Chama after bites it's over for many as we know you know most allies with except the Michaud had the you. Enter them into Bosa in Shaw You set up this. The suffering of his. It went on for years over a decade according to the majority of GonNa unless with added that gave him well fulsome so off the what he'd gone through off the what happened with returned to him. He's family a lesson with the return to him gave him wealth and he once again became wealthy and this was awful years of a USA. Saddam being patient and a you Alyssa being steadfast in worshiping a loss on some of the some of the lessons that we can take from his story festival that patients and not wish it was so beloved. Awesome Hollywood island unless one hundred crazy Many times in the car. One of the lessons that we can take from this is that these are the true real role models for us so With so cool up An children are cool up in looking at and following the lives of people On this planet whether they're in this country on doesn't might just people who really we shouldn't we shouldn't follow their lives. We should know about their lives. Because there's there's no later in unfortunately And people like this like a you by Saddam. They are role models without appraises. His patients would you know who the unless without his is. We found him. Being patients must without testifies to the fact that he was patient meaning. He didn't say a bad thing he didn't think about that. He focused on worshiping a loss of handle at the Anna asking less of handle it to relieve hoping to relieve his suffering and the prophets were given special powers and abilities to kill themselves or other people as another Nessin that we take from this This story if he could he would kill himself. But when the prophets in messages perform miracles or killed people. Did these things. These were things that loss. Hanno with Ireland made happen. It's not something that they could do of themselves. And so even now in the Times that we live we know that the only one the we should be timing too is with. We should turn to him to solve our problems all suffering anything that window looking for any hopes Any dreams that we have the only one that can realize there is a lesson harmless. Nobody else And that's that's such a powerful lesson from this story that if a loss of Hannibal Donnas prophets and messengers had to be patient and worship and made to him. Is that anything or anyone else that we can turn to now. That is going to help us. No because if such a thing they would've told us about that but there isn't the only one the only thing that we can turn to in any time is a muscle and that's why I said at the beginning everything's changed but nothing's changed because these facts have always been the case So he mentioned shape on had harmed and so we he Shift the He talks about how he presents the reality he presents the fact that Chaban had done this team. But that's not to make an excuse and say you know I might for us that we may commit sins and say well. It wasn't me my shape on made me do it now. Okay Tapper Yala. I may talk. I returned to you and in shot I won't help. Strength from you in overcoming shape on his Westwood etc
"Reach For The Sky!"
"Remember in our last episode. That was rich Dr Steven. It's just in time and space jump to Elgin Illinois in the year. Eighteen ninety six to no good near two wells had hoodwinked legendary sharpshooter. Annie Oakley into letting them Polish her world famous pistol which they plan to steal and sell on Ebay in the future. Now you too sure. You've handled firearms at four hour. Yes sure plenty of you can Polish. This pistol as good as me. Anything you can do I can do better can yes I can. I like your spoke kid. All right here you go. Shyness up while ahead out from my second show they make you do two shows a day. You know what they say. There's no business like show business. I see do you have to get tired going out this shooting twice a day now? I'm just doing what comes naturally. I guess why you sign that pistol up. I'll use my rifle for this show right here shining than you've ever seen it when you get back. This sounds good now. When she gets back she wants to see the pistol. I'll show it to her. All shined up. Of course. That's when you will distract her and I'll slip the gun into my pocket that's for you to figure out. I'm the evil mastermind. I can't possibly be expected to come up with everything. Dr Steven carry out their villainous plots. Let's turn our attention to our hero. Dr Floyd and his young protege Dr Graham Touch Floyd Buffalo Bill Cody Wild. West Show told us that we had to ride horses in tonight's performance. There's nothing we can do Dr Grant. We're going to have to ride horses in tonight's performance. But what about Dr Steve? Keep your eyes peeled for him. He's around here. Somewhere COMES BUFFALO BILL O. Hello Mr Cody Sir. No just what was it you want us to do. In the show You do or going to portray the robbers in the dead woods. Stagecoach robbery part of the show after an Oakland. Desert trick shots. We'll send the stage coats in for a lap or two around the ring. Then when I give the signal Youtube Herat off duns drawn and stop the stage coach in its tracks. Then you'll rob the folks on board holly. We are really going to be robbing them are we. Don't be a darn fool of car SNEHA. They're actors just lack you right. Sorry Oh you're a scout for the. Us Army Mr Cody. Sixty eight to eighteen seventy two was congressional medal of honor to wounded in action. Only words and even then it was only a scout. Boone wow I would love to be a scout. We'll kid I think you're a bit too young to be scout too young. Who's ever heard of a boy scout house? Lack any is just about finished with her. Sit You guys go sad. Look let's go get on our horses. Grant Mount their horses just as anti finishes remarkable display of marksmanship as she walks out of the arena. Dr Steven Richard are waiting for another excellent display. Miss Oakley thank you now. Where's my pistol I want to Gander at the job? You did Polish. Oh It's right here. See Ma Shan job. You boys really do Arganda. What does he say he's asking if we could go for a ride on that stage coach over there? You can hurry up though it's about two and out into the arena ugly Astros Dr Steven Featuring on board the stage coach just as it heads out into the main arena. It's an distraction Cajun. She completely forgot to take the pistol from me. And now when this little ride is back with VIP out of the stagecoach and back to the diamond spaceship data. Stephen featured are just moments away from succeeding. What they're planning to steal any pistol. Meanwhile Dr Floyd in Dutch grandmaster straight their horses at the entrance to the arena. All right. Let's get this show on the road. Puna your Bandanas in get out there. This is actually kind of fun. Dr Floyd who would like it Dr Grant Grant race out into the arena. Guns blazing links. Course the reason why. The site of stagecoach taking pullover to the occupants who are none other than Dr Steven Feature. Well well well look what we have here of Pesky no good vermin. It sucks shaped assisting. Please gentlemen don't hurt us. We just little and he's often. We would just going for a ride here. Nothing more. Well I reckon you won't get hurt as long as you hand over your money Pronto. Money hand over your go. All right Here take my money and he is my checkbook and credit cards. Take anything you'd like. Just don't take legendary shop shooter. Any Oakley's newly Polish pistol. I have hidden in my jacket pocket. Legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley's newly Polish pistol in your jacket pocket. Do you know I don't who said that handed over partner or you'll be pushing up daisies. Okay all right here you go take it just. Please don't hurt US Malaysian. I want you to get out of this coach and get out of town. We ever see the Lexi you round these here parts again. We're GONNA lead now Stephen Pitcher High Taylor out of the stagecoach and the arena. The Light of the twelve thousand people in ten minutes. You the best vantage we've ever. Hey Josh thanks Mr Cody. Yeah you really something out there. I just realized those orphans got away with my newly Polish pistol or they doing Michaud. We got it right here. Any get your thank you. I show do appreciate it. You too have yourselves a permanent job if you lack. Thank you Mr Cody. But we wouldn't be happy just doing the same job day after day. There's people out there who need our help out. Your great right came a Sabi with that. Our Heroes Walk off into the sunset heading back to their time and spatial. Were those brave men bill. Sure in with little filler. Sure had a tiny hands race off into the time and space stream hurtling towards more adventure. Where Dr Floyd granted chicks wind up next ever put an end to counter. Steve's wrongful ways and will there ever been who doesn't come on Dr Floyd Small Head Greece? I get no respect at all
"michaud" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America
"Employee manual. When you you come in for those are the things that we need to learn so for a woman of color in these spaces? How do we get that invite lighten? What should we be when we're looking in the organization and we're looking looking at the political landscape of the organization and we've done our brass tacks right like we are town right that is sponsored like we we Hor ten times as hard to get half half? What do we need to understand? When we're looking to create this relationship like with empathy empathy? Do we need to have right other person. I I mean I think it starts with understanding what your value proposition. What are you an echo this earlier? What are you bringing into the table? As in your that your professional network is your professional skill. Said what unique values are you adding and then go and as you as you do your the word as you you know get identified as a top performer as you get it inside as someone with a skilled and some of the work and someone with a no. How do you know the people who need to pay attention to you? Are you aware of them. You know where they work you know what offices their end you know you know what email address they have. Can you get in touch with them because the thing with woman in the. There's a really great study that talked about when you look at a picture right and like just when people are identifying a picture picture of different different ethnicities different characters. It is far harder for them to pick out who the woman who the black woman and that takes you are then it is for them to pick out who the white the picture are or even the Asian woman in the picture black woman that's the hardest level for them to pick out there. We're the hurt of people identify. Who are we? Why are we unique? Why are we different and yet at the same time you know what you really easy? It's really easy to point out when we failed. It's really easy to say. Oh well she didn't make it because she's not going to be good enough right right when I need when I all try I tried to tell people. Is You need to know what your school sidebar. He's dissolved the skills go work for the workplace so for example. It's the thing that you need to do to succeed at the next level. Look at those competencies and hope. They exist near company if they don't we'll talk to your. HR people go developing competencies. Those competencies right. You need to build up your failed skills. You need to build out your marketing skills. Unique to build about your technical developments go whatever those competencies are get them done. Get those projects. Get those assignments. I can get those done because you need to be noticed. It's really hard to be noticed. It's really hard to be noticed that the superstar because there are all those diocese and all those stories that keep on pushing back and saying oh black. Black woman aren't good enough. Black woman aren't aren't aren't leadership material. They're not management material. They're not competent enough. So what continually the work that we have to do as black woman is to push against those very tied antique doing the work that says that we are good enough that we are. We are strong enough but at the same time become more visible. Go to those events that were worried about not going to keep on playing the game. Keep on playing the game by the rules that they've invented to work for themselves because we have to keep on showing up because when we stopped showing up a big forget that we exist in the first place and it's not easy. It's not easy to keep showing up and that's why I say you need an an advocate. You need someone in your your feel it starts out with a mentor is that you have. Then it goes to wherever coaches that you have but then it has to move into the sponsor because those adore aren't just gonNA open for us automatically. We have to find someone willing to kick those doors down for us to better preach Michaud always knowing freak me like basically what my job is. It's like I go in there and expire. You and I tell you how you have to do it but you have a hard job right like you're the one who has to do with. I don't know anything about coding language. So I can tell you that you need to invest in colder. You can find but I can't tell you how to do that. I can tell you that you need to close. Those deals deals with those clients. I can't tell you I can tell you though that you need to figure out. What is your natural scope but like for example is everyone else in your firm is taking Out Client to you know to the country club but you know what your skill you can make a really great or you can do originally great spotty or you can take someone to a fantastic hip hop concerts. Those are the skills that you have. That aren't different from what they might have. Yeah but if you can use those skills and you can show the same results even better if you can show better results because like you said we gotta work twice as hard to get half as far. That's how you move forward doc.
BBC reverses decision on journalist race complaint'.
"Coming up on the news BBC reverses this decision on Ackerman Chetty race complaint. US President Impeachment Whistle blowing endangered by trump criticism mm-hmm and three hundred fifteen billion tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica. It's Monday September ten thirty. I'm Anthony Davis the BBC's director Director General Lord Hall has reversed a decision to partially uphold the Complaint Against Breakfast TV presenter Nag Amon Chetty. He told staff that munchies words were not sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaints against her she had criticized the US presidents motives after he said four four female politicians of color should go back to places from which they came. Mr Hall said he personally reviewed the decision of the complaints unit he he reiterated that racism is racism and the BBC is not impartial on the topic. The corporation said the complaint was originally partially upheld because it's aditorial guidelines do not allow for journalists to give their opinions about the individual making the remarks all them motives for doing so in this case Donald trump it comes off to dozens of black actors and broadcasters called on the BBC to overturn its decision to uphold the complaint against against Mon- chetty in an email to BBC staff. Mr Hall said many of you asked that I personally reviewed the decision of the Ecu I have done so I have looked carefully at all the arguments that have been made and assessed all the materials in this instance. I don't think naggus words were sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaint around the comments she made there was never any sanction against Negga. I hope this step makes that absolutely clear. He added that she he is an exceptional journalist and he is asked editorial and leadership teams to discuss how we manage live exchanges on air around these topics in in the future a change. Dot Org online petition in support of Nag Amon Chetty had this morning reached almost sixty thousand signatures the lawyers for a whistle blower whose complaint triggered the US presidential impeachment inquiry say Donald Trump's words words are endangering their client since the transcript of his call with the president of Ukraine was revealed. Mr Trump has called for the anonymous whistleblower to be unmasked asked Democrats say the whistle blower will testify to Congress soon once steps taken to protect their identity. Mr Trump has suggested his opponents could be arrested for treason the letter from the whistle blowers legal team in which the law is called attention to Mr Trump's language was sent to acting director of National Intelligence since Joseph Maguire on Saturday and made public on Sunday. The events of the past week of heightened out concerns that our clients identity will be disclosed publicly and that as a result our clients will be put in harm's way wrote the lawyer it quotes. Mr Trump is saying I want to know who's the person that gave the whistle blower the information because that's close to a spy you know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart right with spies and treason right. We used to handle them a little differently than we do now. The letter also references a fifty thousand dollar bounty that too conservative trump's supporters have offered offered as a reward for information about the whistle blower last night. Mr Trump re tweeted a Fox news guest who warned that if Mr Trump is removed from office office it will spark a civil war-like fracture in this nation from winchell country will never heal Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kim Zinger condemned Mr Trump's tweet as repugnant Amery ice shelf in Antarctica Attica has just produced his biggest iceberg in more than fifty years. The carved block covers one thousand six hundred thirty six square kilometers in Area A little smaller than Scotland's of sky and is called D. twenty-eight the scale of the Burgh means it will have to be monitored and tracked because it could pose who's a future hazard to shipping not since the early nineteen sixties. Ameri carved bigger iceberg that was a whopping nine thousand square kilometers in Area Ameri is the third largest ice shelf in Antarctica and is a key drainage channel for the east of the continent. The Shelf is essentially the floating extension a number of glasses that flow off the land into the sea losing Bergh's to the ocean is how these ice streams maintain equilibrium balancing using the input of snow upstream de twenty-eight is calculated to be about two hundred ten meters thick and contain some three hundred fifteen billion tons device the name comes from classification system run by the US National Ice Center which divides the Antarctic into quadrants Michaud assure currents and winds who carry e twenty-eight Westwood's. It's likely to take several years for it to break apart and melt completely you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your you're Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics takes inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
"michaud" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Mike Reiss is the off season for the nuggets that they are still making news right now. Yes, they are sports brought to us by fix it. Twenty four seven plumbing, and heating, some good news. Maybe some surprising news for the nuggets to ESPN's Adrian wards announced he reports that nuggets, president of basketball operations Tim Connolly is staying with the organization last week. He interviewed with the Washington Wizards and their owner, Ted Leonsis about running that franchise, commonly, though, electing to remain with the nuggets killing two. Whoa, Joe in the playoffs. Toronto gets a huge home win over Milwaukee one eighteen one twelve and. Double OT Kawhi Leonard of the raptors at thirty six points and nine rebounds on care. If you make her Michaud it's about a smart and aggressive just number. They make mistakes on a defensive, you know, that's all you could really do because you weren't making shots. Everybody wants to shoot a hundred percent from the field. So this is really about going out there trying to execute and just playing confidence. Toronto is now within two games to one in the west warriors and blazers in game four in Portland tonight, Golden State trying to finish off the sweep it tips at seven mountain rocky stumble. Again, in Philly, it gets swept in the series at citizens Bank, ballpark, seven five the final yesterday struggling Kyle Freeland giving up runs early again. Lasting just an inning in two thirds allowed three runs for hits three walks and he struck out to manager bud. Black said, freeling could not settle in just really couldn't establish anything that he could go to for, you know, for a first strike or to spot. So, you know it was just it was one of those unique rare games for starting pitcher where, you know, the pitch count was driven up, you know, in the second Rockies off today. They'll start a series in Pittsburgh. Tomorrow. Brooks kept good. Does it again? He wins his second straight PGA championship finishing eight under par four over yesterday, but he held off Dustin Johnson by two strokes and H L playoff Saint Louis beat San Jose. Five nothing as the blues go up three games to two sports at fifteen and forty five on KOA NewsRadio the home of the Broncos buffs, and Rockies at.
"michaud" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To believe my life in my age and become I would farmer. Declined the towering cook not trees harvest the nuts then one day while the tree something happened that stone. He's already one morning. I was on top of the tree. And so there was a snake and looking at and the gumming for me, I think from the tweet, and I lost conscious Michaud was developed fever. But it's father's who held traditional animist beliefs believe that for full recovery. He needs to visit traditional healer. Priests of the snake cult. Suckered for. Us father if you can back to that become braced of this wishy and my father told her. My father didn't ask me to did not like this planet. We've just weeks before he was due to join the snake count. He found a book and local missionary bookshop that we change his life. Won't that west Cape? And I saw. Title. Liz, MU do grow loaned, Scott. The picture on the gover- Mondays ninety minutes schemes happen Holter. And I learned that the so called in Billund that there are no sees where is that does. So I on way, I was sixteen and a half walls obsessed with as people said. You completely mad took me. Eight years who get to grill to Michaud worked his way across west Africa and Europe until nineteen sixty five saved enough money for ticket. I'm ACOG oh shit from Denmark to Greenland, then. Danish colony the ship docked in southern Greenland Michelle approves the crowd waiting on. The key was the first like mom the. Evincing on talking stopped and. Some started weeping. Don't us Kimmy took that from them on. Dmz them. Sure that I came to exterminate them to eat them the. This mining. But southern Greenland is not what Michelle was expecting igloos kayaks seal hunters, it was a fairly bleak westernized. Danish colony little sign the traditional coach he'd been dreaming about I was appointed. Because the people there in the south of where no longer homes, they depend on drinking the. Lost the soles. So I want to off. So Tim shell traveled from settlement to settlement into the remote wilderness. The Arctic circle that is beautiful. Icebergs, this e became completely frozen..
"michaud" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks
"I did like there's a lot more that could be read into this tale from like a religious standpoint. But that's not why we're here. That's a totally different podcast. So I'm just taking the story at face value. It's a nice story about a giant overcame, his selfishness and he shared what he had with other people and that was then to his own benefit because the joy, he found the catalyst somebody else. But that's neither here nor there. So it was just nice. I liked it a nice clean wild. Take. So let's move onto our promo for the evening. Our show for this week is called mysterious. Midwest weird stuff happens in the midwest, granted weird stuff happens other places too. But the mid west does seem to be a hotbed of strange unusual occurrences. Plenty of room for something weird to go down. Definitely. And these ladies Michaud will tell you all about it. Sucking my gut said sit up straight. Here's the problem. In this is Sarah. And we're the mysterious midwest podcasts. We'll be dropping episodes of weekly about the ups and spookiest happenings in the midwest from krypton to haunting and creatures that go bump in the night. He should join us for a laugh because we do a lot of drinking. Molly talk about this strange and unusual. You can find us at mysterious midwest pod dot com, and we're downloadable and wherever you listen to your podcast, and we are all about that social media faith, you're free to find us on Facebook. Mysterious midwest podcast. Yep. We're their Instagram. Mysterious.
Roma debate involves some hard truths
"Took home three Oscars, but it didn't win the trophy for best picture, and it sure sparked a big debate this award season. The Netflix film directed by Alphonso Cuaron was not embraced by theater owners as well as some academy voters because it landed on the streaming site right around the same time. It was offered to exhibitors it's called a day and date release. Typically theater owners want exclusive rights to a movie for several months before it starts appearing on streaming platforms and on DVD. But now Netflix might be thinking about going back to that traditional release pattern. I spoke with the Hollywood reporter senior film editor Rebecca Keegan about an upcoming net. Flix film directed by Martin Scorsese. The movie is called the Irishman. And she started with what Netflix learned from Roma. Flicks had held fast to this day and date release strategy until this past award season when they. They introduced a very small theatrical window a three week window for Roma in one week windows for a couple of other films. That is not a big enough window that it won them any fans among theater owners who still really see the company has kind of public enemy number one. As do many traditional lists in the business who who feel that the obstacle exhibition is a big part of what makes something a movie. So there are a couple things now that are at stake. There is the question of what filmmakers and filmmakers like Martin Scorsese want in terms of how their films are exhibited. And then there's the whole question of whether or not Netflix failure to be able to release Roma in a material way in theaters hurt its Academy Award chances for best picture. Well, it varies with the filmmaker. Of course. But when you're talking about a director like Martin Scorsese who is ultimately such a traditionalist. You know, he's still shoots movies on film. He is a lover of classic film square. Sese? He feels very strongly that he likes his movies to be seen in a movie theater. And so with filmmaker like this, it's very very important. It was also important to help Alfonso Koran even after he'd won his three Oscars. He talked about the importance of the theatrical exhibition experience, so most of these sort of top tier filmmakers want their movies in theaters, and you have reported as have some other people that the fact that Roma did not have a real theatrical release might have actually irked some Oscar voters, and they penalize the movie by not voting for it for best picture to have that. Right. That's right. I mean, some of the academy members ice spoke to said they deliberately put Roma last on their preferential ballot for best picture because they wanna penalize the business model by which Roma was released. Now, you can sort of take issue with that. But for some of these people, they see Netflix has really an existential. Get and it's not just theater owners. That are a little bit uncomfortable with the Netflix model their people like Steven Spielberg who had an opinion about it. What is Spielberg pushing for? We'll spill Berg has historically objected to net. Flicks. He says that they're movies should win Emmys that they're basically made for television movies. He's now behind the scenes pushing for a rule change at the academy that would require a theatrical release of a certain window four weeks is what I'm hearing from my sources in order for movie to be eligible for an Oscar those currently a rule that was passed in twenty twelve the doesn't require any kind of exclusive theatrical release at all. So the Irishman is obviously a big bet that Netflix has made with Martin Scorsese, but it's not the only name brand filmmaker that they're in business with other other movies where they might be looking at some sort of the ethical release before a movie appears on the streaming service. Yeah, Netflix has a lot of very promise. Saying awards movies in the works. They've got an untitled movie from Noah baumbach movies from a D Reese, Steven Soderbergh. David michaud. I mean, these are filmmakers who have had a lot of awards recognition in the past. And I would expect their movies to be of a particular quality where if Netflix wants to be in the awards game. They will do some version of what they did for Rome. What which is to give a movie a theatrical release of some type. So it's one thing for Netflix to say, we wanna do a theatrical release. It's another thing for Martin Scorsese to say, I want my film to have a theatrical release. What are the theater owners saying because ultimately they get to decide what movies are and are not exhibited in their chains. That's right. And the chains have a lot of power for a release of the type that I am hearing Martin Scorsese wants for the Irishman. You need the chains to buy an AMC regal and the others the chains. Want a couple of things they want Netflix too. Have a much bigger theatrical window than it did with Roma. They also were saying that they will report box office to calm score. Which is the company that we all get our box office information from one of the things that was controversial about the way Netflix handled Romo was that. It did not report box office. And it did not allow the theaters where it was playing to report box office AMC and regal say we don't play that way. If you're showing in our theaters we're going to report box office. And I don't know if it's an insult to people who drink or people who sale, but Netflix has been spending money like drunken, sailors. Is there anything that would prevent them from buying theater chain and just doing a work around where they have their own theaters. And don't have to worry about exhibitors. There was a period where net looks was said to be looking at landmark but last December that chain sold to the Cohen media group. But certainly Netflix has a history of buying what it wants if you look just at the billboards that it bought and you. Used heavily to promote Roma net. Flicks is happy to write a check to solve a problem. Netflix does not only spent a lot of money making the Irishman. But also bought a very prominent ad in the middle of the Academy Awards broadcast. How important was that step? Well, it was definitely an expensive ad if you look at ABC was charging two to three million for thirty seconds spots. That was a sixty seconds spot. And it was definitely the company announcing big broad intentions for this Martin Scorsese movie. So maybe come a year from now we'll be talking about the Irishman either in or out of the Academy Award race. I guess the movie has to be good. I so we'll see what happens there.
"michaud" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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Report: Google Chromecast Getting Bluetooth, Stronger Wi-Fi
"Big. Google's working in new chrome, cast the has bluetooth and better wifi for better worse. The design is staying exactly the same and just that it's going to be in Ebeling support for ongoing bluetooth. The current model does have bluetooth chip. It's only used during the initial setup process and can be can't be enabled afterwards. The FCC doc Michaud the Google thought about just about sending a software update to the existing chrome cast enable this functionality. But because this new model requires new equipment not covered by the original certification. The new version of the device requires a new SEC ID along their bluetooth functionality. They knew chrome cast will also offer improve WI fi reception with
Regional airlines hurt by worsening pilot shortage
"When he ran out the doors around ten this morning he got about two blocks away when he tried to stop a passing car and that's when the king county jail guard opened fire police don't believe herron was armed but detective patrick michaud says the man has been accused of shooting and killing an eighteen year old woman in can't just a few weeks back and now the jail guard involved shooting is now under investigation at seattle's gasworks park tonight yes excitement is building for the fireworks extravaganza over lake union this barbecue vendor says he's been prepping for this day for day we started smoking it's about three days ago 'cause they're expecting about forty to sixty thousand people and we have about two to three thousand pounds worth of meat on there right now the fireworks show is gonna last twenty minutes but see fair ceo richard anderson tells kiro seven the planning for it has taken months music score this firework show is one of the few in the country choreographed is all medically around bringing people together unity so credible music and fireworks show where you're gonna see things you've never seen before again forty thousand people expected to attend that show at gasworks park so you can expect traffic getting in and out of there if you've been to sea tac lately it's no surprise that record numbers of travelers are going through the airport it's like that at many airports around the world but as the number of travellers skyrockets there is a shortage of pilots go one to ten where is the pilot today i think it's at least a six while hog is president of region carrier piedmont airlines which needs to train and replace as many as two hundred and forty pilots a year the pipeline for young aviators is drying up and it should be a national concern the cost of learning to fly is almost three times more expensive than it was in the nineties many of our our young pilots have tour fifty three hundred thousand dollars of debt when they come work for a regional carrier cbs's kris van cleave says regional airlines have increased the starting pay to sixty thousand now compared to forty thousand a couple of years ago let's check back in with rc cats now with a hyper radio realtime traffic we're still dealing with.
St. Paul agrees to $33K settlement after TV anchor’s lawsuit said officers snooped in her driver’s license data – Twin Cities
"Search continues for a fifteen year old bonney lake girl who police say was kidnapped by a sex offender earlier this month we are under the belief that you know she could be anywhere at this point so you know anywhere that something comes in you know where we take that to heart and are willing to to look into it lily kristoffersen's family is offering a five thousand dollar reward meantime a convicted sex offender and his girlfriend have been charged with rape and kidnapping in connection with lilies disappearance and bonney lake police tell kiro seven they've just made a third arrest in this case we'll have more on the story next on the ron and don show a bizarre robbery in seattle last night that involved a gun a machete end a big traffic mass three men and a woman accused of stealing a sixteen hundred dollar guitar from guitar center in south lake union then using two cars for their getaway from the suspects began chasing each other in the vehicle and caused a multi vehicle collision which came to a grinding halt in the wellknown on mercer traffic detective patrick michaud says the suspect started fighting with each other one grabbing a machete another grabbing a gun cops did eventually arrest three of them one man though is still on the run a week after a u dub student was bitten by one we're learning this has been a record month for rabid bats state has already found four bats that have tested positive for rabies the highest may count in twenty years and liz coleman with the state health department says it's just the beginning of the weather gets warmer that bad start to be more active come out people tend to also be outside and have more contact with them so yeah this is typically the time of year we see this up to a look at your forecast now overnight lows dropping into the low fifties four tonight friday will see mostly cloudy skies was chances of showers late into the afternoon have used spotty showers for saturday with a nice afternoon in store from the kiro seven pinpoint weather center in meteorologist clare andor sixty four degrees now in seattle i'm kim shepard from puyallup to pinehurst this.