18 Burst results for "Molitor"

"molitor" Discussed on Seis e Um

Seis e Um

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on Seis e Um

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"molitor" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

Self Made Strategies

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

"Welcome to episode one twenty seven of the self-made strategies. Podcast on this episode. We sat down with michelle molitor. Who's a nationally recognized speaker. Certified executive coach rapid transformational therapy practitioner consultant and trainer and also a writer. Michelle has a passion for helping others amplify their natural talents and for expanding their leadership skills. She has a couple of masterclasses which you can check out by going to the links in the show notes below this episode in on this episode. We're discussing imposter syndrome. In how you can develop habits to hopefully overcome amid de la hijacks imposter syndromes in gain a little bit of peace in your own life. Here are the self-made strategies of michelle. Molitor really excited to get to know you and really excited to talk about this topic. We've covered imposter syndrome to some degree on this show. But certainly not with anyone that we'd call necessarily an expert especially to your degree and i appreciate you sending over all of the links and all the information that you sent for our listeners to have access to and i'll make sure that that's available in the show notes for everyone but thank you again. Michelle really great to have you on the show and looking forward to talking about all of this stuff with you. Of course you've done your master class on the keys to cultivating your confidence. The five secrets to getting unstuck. And i'm looking forward to discussing that. A little bit and again that link will be in the show notes for anyone who's listening to this episode so that they can go watch that or sign up for it if they prefer and you've also put out a masterclass on how to rewire your relationship with money so tools for mastering your mindset and how to approach money differently so let's talk first a little bit about those two masterclasses. What are they about. What can people expect to learn from them. So he's the cultivating your confidence Your going to get some tips and some tools and Guided transformation recording to help you boost your confidence To.

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"molitor" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"The book co book book shake will break through. Unions have sense about the book. Sure So i had the joy of co authoring this with several different co authors and we're all talking about different modalities a breakthrough healing. Modalities right so in the book. I get to talk about. My rapid rewiring process and each of the different authors has a fresh different perspective outside of the big pharma kind of institutional perspective right because our our mind body and spirit is so powerful. Dave and we have the power in a lot of ways to heal ourselves by taking back our control from our make dila right And i'm not saying it's an end all be all right. I'm not a doctor. But i do know that when you're able to control your thoughts and a better way about your mind body and spirit. There's a lot of healing that that can happen for sure in conjunction with other traditional you know medical practices and whatnot. Well oh well wh- where can people find this book. Is it so your poco or it was someone else's also is under your nine. It's a the publisher as a as a good friend of mine actually. Carry me like hey michelle. Do you wanna do this book yeah. Let's do this but jane and so She had these other folks and we all came together and collaborated in in created. This book you can get on on amazon and all the proceeds go to The children's hospital. So the whole. Oh yeah that's good excellent and to find out about all the other work you do. Let's see around the refugee transformational coaching and nail. Some wet. we're gonna go to to find you and you can all go to michelle molitor dot com And learn all about my one on one work or go to nectar consulting dot com and learn about the corporate wellbeing programs. That i also have your coaching and training and consulting so. There's a lot of fun stuff that i met Of even the corporate stuff you can do online zima lavender. Absolutely why have you got coming up from the couch online. Deep-sea one more. I'm actually in the process of Building out a new. A new program all around overcoming imposter syndrome. Zip very popular. It's become a very big trend. Yeah been so trendy. For twenty years. I was like. Oh yeah it's something. I've dealt with in my career and So as like. Oh i should probably right more about this. So i've got a couple of new articles about it up on linked in and putting together a whole core surrounded as well so stay tuned for that here. Real soon women show is Really really great stuff you're doing and Show is gonna be great maggie To take you come and we need more. More couch is not thick assistant. Big big need for it the moment and in the future and always has been even more so just more accepting of the fact that it's okay to ask for help. We do it in by ourselves. It's okay to ask for help so. Xm michaud thanks very much for coming tonight. Show the and token smiling. Say yes thank you so much for. Having me dave is a real pleasure and Many blessings everyone today. That's all for this episode. Thanks for listening and remember if you want to support what we do then. Sheer subscribe and the review over on apple podcasts or head over to my website dave palm dot com and click on show. What are some of the now. But i'll see you in the next episode all that they polish follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's..

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"molitor" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"And awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what i do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it. Today is about the power you you will change to find your path to success journey of those who have succeeded. And now your host dave pomme welcome today palmer show and with me in this episode. Today are have a speaker author executive coach rapid transformation with therapist. She's a founder and ceo of nectar consultant inc. and co author of the bestselling book breakthrough heating. Michelle molitor welcome to the day power. Show dame so great to be here with you. Thanks for having me very grateful having you as well. Michelle in the main topic for the past year has been people having to deal with fear and anxiety in these uncertain times. You know and it's not not only now but adversities been around since men since early. Humans have been tiger. Let's put it that way so things have been going on but certainly is going to be a lot people interested in the topic now because it's affected the whole world so yeah well first of all what is rapid transformational coaching. So it is a unique blend That brings together so rapid. Transformational therapy brings together neuro linguistic programming. Cognitive behavioral therapy and hypnosis. Okay i've combined it with my twenty years of coaching experience. So i actually call it rapid rewiring. Because it's now instead of a six to twelve month engagement with with clients. I can work with him in thirty to ninety days and get at the deeper subconscious blocks that have been holding them back but also creating that fear and anxiety and even manifesting in their in their physical bodies as chronic issues like migraines are ib s or fatigue or depression or anxiety. Well no there is a lot of work with the are now coming anxiety and fear and panic attacks and silver even goes far we've noticed as well horrors and stopping smoking. In all kinds of other phobias..

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"molitor" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

07:18 min | 8 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"It's really quite amazing to witness. Yeah i can imagine. That's that's awesome. What type of armoured sam. Thank when better better way to say this. Well what is your. What is your favorite chang thing. I've watched us go there. What what is your favorite thing about what you do what. What really just like you up about. Oh gosh the thing that lights me up the most as when i'm working with someone and they come to me and they're like oh i have this this heavy horrible thing that i'm carrying and i can't carry it any longer. Please help me i. Just don't i tried everything. I don't know what else to do. Please help me even skeptical like are you sure this is gonna work and we go through the process and they do the work and they listen to the recording and we have our coaching sessions and they show on the other side of that and they're lighter and they're brighter and they're just it's like there are a whole different person. I have a thank you note here on my wall. That one of my clients set me. She had been dealing with a An eating disorder her whole life since she was fifteen and she was fifty at the time and it says on the front the mine is everything which you think you become and in it she she basically says you know thank you. Although our time together were short you've truly transformed my life. Ma'am eternally grateful and her her need to binge eat a cake or pie at night disappeared and she wrote me. You know like a month later down address is great. you know. So it's it's those moments where someone reclaims their life from their fears that have been holding them hostage roar twenty thirty forty fifty years that that's the the beautiful nugget that lights me up and makes my whole day. That's great I can see that being so worth while. And i know even the work that i've done clients. It does like when i hear about them doing something that maybe they were scared to do before. Now they've been able to do it makes me feel good to When cao actually well yeah how do you do. You generally work with kind of one on one or do you ever do any other type of group programs or how does that work. So i'm yes and yes both. Is they hit sir. So i have a couple of different ways that i work with folks. I have my one on one rapid rewiring program. That's the dive work that we do over thirty sixty or ninety days depending on the stuff that they're coming to me west i might also have my rapid rewire membership community and inside of that We have twice monthly masterclass coaching sessions. Each month we have a different topic this month. We've been talking about tapping into your power and presence. Have you expand your presence. As a leader numb we have Guest experts and each month has a different transformation recording that that Guided hypnosis recording. That i make And then they'll be other tools and and tidbits that i put in each month because i have an abundance of content that i looked to share with people also The membership can come in and stay You know it's monthly. Stay as long as they like. And there's a ton of information and resources there and beautiful community of support of like minded other business professionals from all over the place in so and then you know for my corporate friends out. They are actually getting ready to launch a whole corporate employees wellbeing program. which is going to have trainings. Which includes the membership as well adt for support for folks so there's a couple of different ways that i get to work with folks which is really joyful. Also you know have you Actually i'm just curious for me. Just because i knew that for some reason especially like this week spend a challenging for me and a good friend suggested it might have been because both presidential candidates in our state and maybe i was picking up on the energy feeling crunchy right now. But i'm jay can't come fast enough so going to be really glavin that takes place heavy found fat for yourself. I mean because you are. You're doing work for other people that how has year just a unique year How have you been managing him. What what do you do to be able to help yourself when you fail challenge. Sure well as a i. I learned this years ago as a highly sensitive person. I e i have very active mirror neurons in my brain which pick up on everybody else's emotions spray always have been this way and so i'm very aware of all that's happening. I mean just. The energy of this year has been very heavy in anxious for many many people all around the world right and so before covert. I would go to the gym two or three times a week and i lift weights. Right was super strong and then tobin had and i can't go to the gym and haven't been able to go hopefully like this weekend. Actually get to go to the gym for the first time in. I don't know how long but for me other ways that i've been coping meditation. I was able to plant and nurture my vegetable garden this year. So that was present. Time would go out at lunch. And i'd water my tomatoes and talk to them and make them happy and You know just being outdoors going for hikes watching the birds. I have a hummingbird feeder window. And they dance for me all the time all throughout the day. And then my own pets right. I have a couple of cats in this crazy. Golf and cockatoo named alice. That keeps me very well entertained. So it's it's really about taking time to reconnect with yourself. Engaged in quiet doing a digital detox. Turn off the news Take time to create endeavors. I paint so that's like that's one of my paintings. And just you know finding outlets for that energy So it doesn't get bottled up and listen to your body so it.

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"molitor" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

07:51 min | 8 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Need to pause and think about that for a hot minute so really tuning into your own internal dialogue and listening to the wisdom that it has to share with. You is really really important when we ignore that Our bodies will get louder and louder with their messages right. Some might be a headache in. It might be a back ache And it might be a migraine. You might be on the floor with your back out your body going. I tried to walzer you. You didn't listen right absolutely right. There's there's these different tools that you can use to start to help guide you in discerning. What's going to be most important for you as the way to share your time and your your life force your energy with other people. That's that's awesome. Yeah i definitely have learn and and it's been interesting over the last few years that my body is very sensitive to my emotions. And i mean this i showed up. I think after my sister passed away and that following year i was having tremendous back in shoots and an once i got it under control then when it came back i was like okay. What's going on in my life right now and then i'd be kind of like. Oh yeah that's what. It is. And soon as i could start to fix the emotional side of it then. The backs tended to clear up which is on trend to disappoint in my chiropractor. Not going to see him as often but Myself well and in you raise a really great point. One of my favorite quotes is your greatest weight now. Not that one this quote Is emotions that cannot find. Their vent interiors will cause other organs to weep not hanley moseley which means from like the eighteenth you know the eighteenth century or something a psychologist and and i had a similar experience right my i literally got up on thanksgiving morning and my back way up and i was in severe pain for like nine months i had cortisol shots to my spine. Nothing else. i had a unfortunately that that may this was after seven. Eight nine months a very close friend of mine passed away unexpectedly and we created this beautiful whole ceremony of life for her and i just cried and cried and cried and cried and cried and cried and shortly thereafter back. Pain went away and it was such a huge. Aha for me to see. Like oh i had had all this pent up other emotions. Other traumas in my leg maral being stored in my back and when i let them out by just crime is out for hours literally it. It started to dissipate so There's a lot of power that we hold in our bodies and we just have to let that stuff move through you can't you can't think god aguila another time absolutely. It comes back to haunt you. I want to talk about something else. But there's one thing. I find it really fascinating when i'm interviewing folks and i see signs behind them and for those of you. Who are listening. You're not able to see us but you have a great sign on your bookcase. That says behind every successful woman is herself a man i love that says carrion share share with me a little bit about. What does that remain to So a gift for my mother and my mother's very strong woman she and my father had been business partners and married for sixty almost sixty two years now and i've always endeavored to be as good as a business woman as she has been and women are amazing we are the. We are the doers and the plate spinners not to say that men don't do as well but it seems like you know there's always career and family that a lot of women have to balance right was the load and they still don't get the credit and they're paid less than men really annoying ends. It's even more evident now with with kobe. I just saw an article on the news just yesterday about so many women are actually leaving their jobs because they have to be at home taking care of their kids because they're home schooling their kids right miss. It's been crazy this year. So you know giving yourself credit for all the hard work that you do right And and know that you are in you resilience and you're able to do this I i Earlier this year. I worked with an amazing coach By the name lindsay ardmore and We did some serious deep dive work together on some of the aspects of my business and as she sent me this bracelet when we first started and it moved me to tears because it says instill she persisted nights. And it's just like it's still brings me to tears. It's like someone recognized how hard i work and and gave me credit Right and we don't. We don't do that for ourselves and we don't do that with each other particularly as women. It can be very easy to see. Women's start snipping at each other in a site ladies. We gotta stay together. That's right yeah you really gotta have each other's back so That's kind of what's behind that that very much. Very good Well i never. I wanna talk to you about is something which also does play into. Why maybe why we don't give ourselves credit enough Is this area of neuroscience. And i have to tell you i've been Well actually fortunate and this is my sister. Helping me out from from beyond. She had a she had a wonderful. She's sush their michelle great but collection and when she passed i i sort of just kind of pick some books and sounded interesting and brought him home with me while a couple of them were actually about the brain and ninety one of them's called like making a great brain great. Were making something making greater something. And and how the brain works. And and i read them when it was really fascinated about Our capacity to Really change so. I was wondering first off what what made what got you interested in in the subject of neuroscience in particular sure so i and my former career our creative director in web development I did that for ten years. I was a graphic designer creative director. And then i I moved to san francisco at the height of the boom in two thousand and thought i had my golden ticket. And we're going to be. Oh and then. The market crashed and a essentially about nine months later. I got bullied out of my job. Oh man and it was quite devastating for me. And i.

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"molitor" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

07:44 min | 8 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"From a spiritual perspective on how to create a life and business with more impact influence and income. I'm your host. Gloria grace rand the inciteful copywriter and founder of the love methods. My mission is to help you stop doubting yourself so you can live fully. Love deeply and engage authentically. Nama stay an welcome to live. Love engage. I am gloria grace brand and today i got a guest on the program who is going to be helping us to learn how to say no in a graceful way and also took a little bit about how the brain works Her name is michelle. Molitor is that my pronouncing the last name right. You got a very so first off. Welcome to live gates. Thank you so much to Having me on the show gloria grace. It's wonderful to be here with you. Well we appreciate it and that we're going to have really great conversation today because let me share with you just a little bit about who this wonderful woman is. She is the founder and ceo ceo of next consulting inc and co author of the bestselling book breaks her healing and she works with executives and entrepreneurs bringing more than twenty five years experience intuitive insights and strategic business savvy to their success. She's an expert At enhancing capacity of leaders to build high performing teams and exponentially increased bottom line results. And she does this through a unique reported. What rewiring approach. I should say Which is a combination of years of study in the realms of emotional intelligence neuroscience organizational psychology and rapid transformational therapy and what she's able to do is capitalize ships and thinking and eliminate mental and emotional blocks to rapidly rewire your brain for greater confidence and success. And i tell ya that is a really good thing to be able to help people with because i know as someone who has Discovered over the last certainly over the last ten years. I've been business. That i have had some limiting beliefs Shall we say that. I inherited from my My parents especially my mom had to work question in rewire. Bet in oregon. Do those things that we that we inherited. Thank you charlie lovely parents and families of origin and they and they did the best they could and that's m. analyzed stuff is not even even they're funded going back. Even more of me gets handed down no handed down out. Well one of the things. I wanted to talk to you about is something that i know again. This is something. I have personal experience with The way i grew up being a bit of a people pleaser. Shall we say. And i know i think. Also a lot of women and women entrepreneurs We are specially heart center. People i think in particular. We wanna be able to help everyone. We want to be able to You know make our client's happy or to make our families happy. Are we want to make our communities. Happy and sometimes but wind up putting ourselves leftist. So how do we learned to say. No with grace and grit. Yes at as an apartment church skill to learn because We are compassionate and kind amazing human beings and oftentimes there is that people pleasing element with Within us to keep the peace To not upset the applecart not to go along to get along right. And i myself. Have you know done a fair bit of that myself. To over the years 'em through my work as an executive coach and rapid transformational therapist. Now for i just had my nineteenth anniversary last week wonderful. Congratulations exciting and what i found is that we have these these beliefs that we've inherited right that are implanted in our subconscious. Thinking in our the back remind which is about ninety percent of your brain power right so it does most of the work In the daily computing of our lives. And if you've got beliefs in there that say oh in order to be safe. I have to behave this particular way. and you can thank your amid della. Which is the Fight or flight mechanism in your brain. I like to call her. Amy any loves you. She just wants to keep you safe and amy's a very steadfast. So oh if you give her a belief at age five she will hold on to that belief until you rip it out of her hands you give her new belief right so the first thing is notice. Where are you avoiding. Social pain for fear of being judged. I'm gonna say sure. I'll do that because i'm a voiding. Social pain of being judged of being not liked Fear of missing out omo very popular and and just recognizing like. I didn't say no to helping that person on that project. Even though i know that i don't have enough time and i'm already feeling overwhelmed but i wanted to make them happy. And so you get to notice where you sacrificing yourself. Your own needs wants and desires to take care of other people. Even though it's making you unhappy right. And i can hear i can hear the course say but isn't that selfish a now my friends not being selfish because if you're depleted if you've given everything to everyone else then there's nothing left for you and then you can't do your good work in the world. Now it's about your own energy back in recalibrating and getting more and more clear discerning. What what do you really need to say yes to and what do you really need to say no to right so you can do that. A couple of ways to make that those priorities right versed understanding. What are your core values. What are the things that are like water and air to you that you have to have in your daily life and if that request coming at you is out of alignment with your values. That's one indicator that you might need to say no right Another indicator is How has your body and responding to that request. Why we have this amazing contraption called the body and we operate most of the time about here right from head up where we ignore all of the information. We're getting from our body and if someone says. Hey gloria grace. Can you jump in and me out with this project. I know you're really busy. Oh gosh i could really really use your help and if your your shoulders immediately go right.

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"molitor" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:35 min | 9 months ago

"molitor" Discussed on KTOK

"At this time. You know, I was only 12 years old. My dad was not in the sport, so I didn't know that. And then as I look, you know, as I grew up and I listen to stuff I'm like, Wow, this guy's going and everywhere in the world and I met him when he had his apartment and the other one I met. That was in that apartment complex was Paul Molitor, the baseball player lived there. Oh, great third baseman and played with our our Blue Jays to part of her World Series team. While he played for the Brewers before he went to the Blue Jays. He was that's right. That's right. Yeah. And you know what, Really Wild is that later on? I married a Molitor and I met Paul Molitor at a Bible study because he was a family friend of the Molitor's that I married a wonderful, wonderful, Yes. There's another one that my dad stop if we would stop by. We're driving through Milwaukee in he was like, Hey, gotta meet the crusher. We always watched the wrestling and the question was just hanging out at Various corners or, you know some of the places it was always breaking. He would. He would rip up the phone books and crush a tire. You know, he was called the crusher. He was a wrestler and Milwaukee. And it was like he was just common people, though. They were very nice. They were very common. My grandparent's new Les Paul, very humble guy. Very just there were they were never walking around, you know, with crowns on their heads and saying We're great. My dad took me. He taught me how to shoot a bow and arrow. He took me to a place where Guy measured my arms. I was 12 years old and he was going to make my arrows to fit the bowl and was threadbare. His house was right here in Milwaukee. Fred Bear. Sorry. Who is Fred Bear? Why he sells. He is worldwide now with bow and arrows. Oh, I see. Okay? But at the time he just had a house where everybody. When I went downstairs, he had a basement. You know how they had those We had some of these houses in Milwaukee had an outdoor You know, and Prince to your basement. You didn't have a great house to get to the basement. It was outdoors. And he came down to the basement. And it was Fred Bear that made my first Bolin arrows he There you go. My dad. Just shoot Bolero was threadbare and and both before he was world Known for selling bows and arrows. You knew them way back when great call Mark. Thank you for that. Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Paul Molitor, the crusher Ah, Who's Who of celebrities? Let's say hi to Here's another brush with greatness Story. Kelly's and Huntington Beach, California. Good Morning, Kelly. Welcome. Good morning to topics he seemed excited, really excited about with that man and drummers. So I had to call the first time. The first one was, um my brothers were in karate classes and we got to go to a tournament and Burt Ward was supposed to be like the special guest and it was so excited because everybody had a crush on Robin and that showed up. And I'm like I was disappointed because he wasn't wearing his tight. He was wearing his karate gear. And I was like, Oh, dog food, me still cute and we love him. And more recently, I was assigned to photographic show in Hollywood, and I was just take fan photos as well. So as I was walking out after my three songs Was taking a picture of the Marquis of behind me. Came walking Dave girl, and so I thought. Oh, my gosh. Almost didn't do it. I said Hey, Do you mind if I take a fan photo for the paper? He goes. Oh, no sure. And then I had to ask him after I took the photo, I said. Why are you leaving? I have to leave up to three songs. Why you leaving? And he said, Oh, I have kids. It's a school night. I gotta go put in the bed. That's great, Cute. David Girls want to thank you for giving all the love and the music props and naming all the artists. You play for your bumper music because I love it, and it's amazing. Oh, thank you so much. I'm glad you enjoyed the musical selections. Thank you. Kelly Recall recognized them and announced their names.

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"molitor" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"molitor" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Happened today in sports history on I R radio. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. August 26th. We'll start off today in 1971, where Bobby, or signs of a five year contract with the Boston Bruins worth $1 million. It would be the first million dollar contract in NHL history. Today In 1987 Paul Molitor has his hitting streak and at 39 straight games. His Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cleveland Indians one Nothing in 10 innings. Molitor went oh for four and could have had another at bat to extend his hitting streak, But pinch hitter Rick Manning drove in the game winning run in the 10th inning. Molitor would have been the next batter. The hometown fans in Milwaukee County Stadium. We're more interested in the hit streak in the dramatic, walkoff win and food Manning as he walked off the field and finally, let's wish a happy birthday to Houston Rockets superstar the beard James Harden. Born today in Los Angeles in 1989, he won the MBA Most Valuable Player award in 2018. It is a three time n ba scoring champion and one of the most exciting players on the court in the N B. A Happy birthday, Mr Harden. Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart radio, then Welcome back Dan O'Donnell show. I Realized just now that I forgot to give you the sizzling summer cash contest, word of the hour. I apologize.

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Adversarial Examples Are Not Bugs, They Are Features with Aleksander Madry

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:17 min | 1 year ago

Adversarial Examples Are Not Bugs, They Are Features with Aleksander Madry

"Hey welcome thank you for having me so yes indeed a IMF at and Macho. What I work on his machine learning trying to understand why this technology works. What can we do to make it? Better and in particular are very much focus on reliability and robustness issues awesome. Can you share with us a little bit about your background? And how did you get started working in machine learning in general and reliability robustness in particular? That's actually an interesting story. So essentially I originally or I still actually feary so I worked on on the field called fear of computation and somehow like I was learning about machine. Learning about all dislike resent exciting developments there and kind of it peaked. My curiosity and I started to learn more and more and more in particular one thing that you know as I was trying to make sense of this field. One thing that stood up to me. It's exactly this notion of adversarial examples that who will talk about more definite moment and essentially dare kind of what it showed. Was that this first of all. We don't understand fully how this machine learning it works but also we realized that well even though this it works well on average in average case it actually leads performance in the worst case is is much much more troubling so that's essentially a peak my interest and made me more interested in figuring out. Okay if we think about machine learning from more worst-case perspective what does it look like? Essentially that's that's how I got into this field. Paper viewers was recently presented by one of your students at the in Europe's conference. This is a paper that we wanted to dig into An interview it's called. Adversarial ARE NOT BUGS. They are features Why don't we start by having you share? Just the broad space that you're looking to address with this paper. Sure so actually. This is exactly about this this notion of examples emission in passing so so. Let's talk about what other examples are so think like the tone examples as this very curious glitches of state of the art machining systems. So essentially what? People observed is that you can take. Let's say an image over of a pig dot state of the art classified recognizes speak with high confidence. And then what you can do. You can add a tiny bit of noise just a speck of noise to this image. This this is not random carefully chosen and once you add this noise well you get a different image who are human looks indistinguishable from the image. But for some reason this new image is grossly miss classified by no by the by the clarifier. So for instance you know you can make a pig be classified as an airliner with high confidence so the usual joke I make is that it shows how powerful machine learning can be. It can make pigs fly but essentially what it really a shows us. Is that kind of this. Brittleness of this prediction. That like everything looks fine but then I can show you version of the input that looks almost identical or to you as a human identical to picture for for which the system seems to severely under four so kind of so this is the point of settlers paper kind of trying to understand okay so first of all why we have had examples and essentially why are so widespread because it turns out that essentially if you just look at standardly trained machine learning system it essentially l. every input seems to have this behavior so we can just take any input and you can make it be classified as any other input jazz by adding a bit of. Nice to it so this was like very positive as I understand. That system will not be perfect. There will be some input on which you kind of things would be wrong but why it is possible to essentially take input and kind of what is the nature of this veneman okay. So that's that's essentially. What is the point of paper and kind of people of course wondered about this question since the discovery fundamental and they fought about things that you know. This is this is absurd. Examples exist jobs because they said it's tuitions or that you know this is just an imperfection of the kinds of techniques that we're using and somehow all that the explanation of proposed expansion in common is that they actually view. The examples is a glitch in the system as a bag of our system. That once we develop a missionary meadows. That actually are perfect. They will not have this bags anymore. But it's something that we need to fix as a community in order for these to be more useful or less susceptible to The problems that they represent exactly so essentially so ducks and this is definitely true and our paper also recognizes as. This is the goal but kind of what was new and kind of kind of mind blowing to us as well as we discover. Even though in retrospect actually perfectly obvious is that even though we think of this object bags something undesirable and is definitely undesirable behavior. It's actually the root of this behavior is comes from the fact that our machine learning models actually are are performing the task. We are asking you to perform all too well as opposed to doing the wrong way. Okay so essentially so. This is why this title says this not really a box even though we are undesirable. They're not really bags. They actually feature there something that they correspond. They're just like a natural consequence of the kind of misalignment between how our models solve the task we want them to solve and how we as humans they are supposed to be interesting so when I hear you say that they. They're working as designed. I think these algorithms they're kind of pattern matching machines. We give them a pattern. And then they make a prediction and this adversarial example. Problem is kind of manipulating that pattern. And so the prediction is expectedly different. is that the general sense or you know what where are the nuances in this idea that these are actually features? Yes so essentially exactly so so definitely are kind of touching on the underwrite subject so we just put it in the in the right training. So so what do we really? Okay so what is that. We expect our machine learning systems to do and what they actually are doing right so what we expect. Much learning to machines to is just okay. Let's say I give it. Imagine it Imminent DATA SET TO TRAIN. So essentially it has like million over a million images high quality images. Each image is a picture of. Let's say a dog and the Labor. Look this dog. There's a picture of a cat and a label this Cup so we let our system. Just look at this data and kind of try to figure out all the patterns. That seem to such as the open house dog like. How's IT Catholic? And then the way we kind of tested this is how we there's the performance that we have held out data set of. Let's say no different different images with Labor. So let's there are some new cars and new dogs and now we just show the picture and we ask them okay. Tell me what you think is on this picture. So so. That's kind of the way like what we expect is by just looking at the training center and passing the test. The system learns how a dog looks like or how it looks like and essentially like this is just a way to achieve that. So so your accent. So that is this on on technical. Training and testing and on our expectation is that this is after undergoing procedure. The system knows how a dog and cat looks like and now what we discovered is that can in some ways even though this is our expectation. This is not exactly what's happening so was essentially happening. Is that our deep learning model in particular but all Muslims in particular. If all that they have to do is just figure out. What is the correct answer to this kind of quiz that we give to the end where you don't necessarily have to even learn what adults or what they cut really is from the human perspective? Essentially all that you have to figure out that there are certain patterns in the data that correlate well with one label versus the other and you just have to extract this this pattern and essentially you make your classification based on dispatchers and so far. This is not surprising but what is surprising. Is that departments that turned out to be most effective to perform well on this test. They are totally not the partners that we as humans would see in any way correlated with an electric or having anything to do with this picture corresponding to a picture of a dog and this is this speech corresponding to a picture of a cut and essentially what examples are they exactly lever judge. Lenny played this patterns that much learning molitor sensitive to to humans. Seem to be completely unimportant to exactly like you know. Changed the prediction of model while not change it. Anything to a human.

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"molitor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Another excerpt from Claudia? Molitor is peace walking with Parche played by unsubtle musique Fabrique performing on some of their own re-creations of the, the singular instruments of Harry Parche, the American composer, and played at the Huddersfield contemporary, music festival, the annual event in northern England at the university of Huddersfield and let's wrap up our conversation with Claudia Molitor, having heard some of this piece walking with Parch and some of her piece the singing bridge. Let's see if we can't wrap this all up so these these other pieces the Waterloo bridge piece. For example, it sounds like there's a blurring not just of composer performer, but of music, sound art. Sound design, you know, that, that those John rebounders are kind of fluid as well. That's exactly right. It's United traditional things always that. Well music, how we define music is that music is just about itself is about music, unsound dot thinks about. Sound could do contextual mall in relation to politics, full society. I find that really weird because you get sound dot that is not at all interested in politics. But is really only interested in itself. And you get music is highly political, so I think that the boundaries between those cuts craze. A really only boundaries categorisations we set in order to tell an audience member say, this is how you should listen to this. You should think of as music, will you should think of found.

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"molitor" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"When you're the Marlins stupor embarrassing for the brewers. One plus on the brewers were good. I mean, I know this year and last year, but in your, the brewers, lots of you wanna World Series. We have to in the last twenty something yet eighties. What is it? I guess the brewers were the eighties, right? Gorman Thomas googling, Bruce World Series Mike, that bang that team. Yes, thank you. Roy appreciate it. All right. So what happened was the Marlins traded Christian yelich to the brewers now. Christian yelich went on to win the National League MVP the players the Marlins got back from the brewers. Not exactly panning out right now hoop. So yesterday. Christianity, two run Homer against the Marlins and Bruce weeded. Hey at Marlins this home. Run just reminded us that we never said how much we appreciate you for bringing Christian yelich into our lives. Thanks for the NL MVP hashtag. This is my crew. And then they put the video of the home. Run to which the Marlins Twitter replied. Oh, nice. Let us know any hits a sixteen run home. Wow. You got to do it. Then you have to think about how many opportunities they have to talk trash not many, but they've got your cheap player locked up for years. And you've just got that eleven run fifth inning. Oh, but they shouldn't be shooting down. Such a bad look for the view for the brewers down there. The brewers I know they're good right now. But the brewers don't thinks of the brewers this great team adhere brewers loss of series, sued cardinals in nineteen eighty because they're losers. Wow. You weren't going after everybody. I mean, the beehive Harvey's wall banger fans it is crazy. You've lost your mind today. You're totally unhinged. Please go. Look at photographs of that brewers team. Chris, if you want to laugh at what people looked like back when they were winning the World Series in the eighties, that team just was fried grease, everybody smelled their beards and faces all of it smelled like just fried things you got. Voca vich. You got Gorman Thomas. You got you got that Robin yount and Paul Molitor, Molitor was he was cut. Yeah. And drill correction. They weren't winning World Series in the eighties because as we've covered they've one zero one zero they've only made one. I'm looking for stuff. I mean it's amazing. Go ahead. Just Google eighty two brewers guy. No. It's unbelievable. It's a bunch of people a bunch of people from the wilderness playing playing baseball stugatz here. We all love a night out, whether it seeing our favorite band in Persian. Or being there in the grad that you're on.

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"molitor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Com. Indeed. With the Molitor report being done CNN going through the stages of grief. Dos are being confronted on air now by Trump surrogates. Here's Rudy Giuliani demanding an apology from CNN on CNN with Chris Cuomo potential obstruc. That's something that we want to look at. We have an attempt to obstruct a nonprofit this is like stretching to prosecute. You are defining it that way, and it's very no, I'm very clever. Justice you guys you guys. Yes. Network. Tortured this man for two years with collusion. And nobody's apologist of all before we talk about obstruct. Here was polish is the overreaction solution. Not a chance. Not a chance. No, please, you know, better than that. I don't know better outraged by the behavior of these networks. Okay, collusion, collusion's collusion, collusion collusion's. No. Here's my here's. Here's my case. Never here's Mike. Never never. I didn't do anything wrong. Never never apologized to you. So dramatic a silly ticket like constantly demanding Trump apologize. And then the second like they are like completely exposed. Chris Cuomo is not politics framing. Well, what standards? Do you want us to live by CNN? CNN would do. Well, and it would go a long way in helping their reputation. If they did apologize and say, you know, what we we were were wrong. However, they want to word it, right? They could come out and curry a lot of good good favor with people, but you know, something it's not just the media who's guilty. It's the people who dragged them around by the nose the the Intel chiefs the Intel chiefs some worked for President Obama some of the most disgusting people in this entire saga. We'll share that with you in a moment. Seven.

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"molitor" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Paul Molitor, put up numbers. Paul modder ended up with thirty three hundred hits. And he ended up with. Over five hundred stolen bases. But he played in Milwaukee. And he played in the shadow of Robin yount, but Paul Molitor and then Molitor went to Toronto. But Molly with thirty three hundred hits pretty impressive. Let me see what else. Do we have here? Andre in Washington. Hey, Andrei, what do you have for me today? Five five one sixty five. On the subject of putting button pizza baseball games. I always thought it would be fun. If teams would. Charge for twelve ounce beers. What their record is say like after the all star break for the Padres are three sixty five three sixty five for a twelve ounce beer. If my Red Sox are, you know, six eighty eight eighty eight for a twelve ounce beer. Boy, it might be a message some of those teams that aren't any good Andrei, you know, if you go to a Marlins game, you're going to get trashed for about five bucks. Feel like I don't think that's gonna work out. Well, I like it. But I don't I don't think the owners are going to go for that. Team was Owen sixteen in NFL team. Yeah. What's going on there? Yeah. And what are they where do they usually price? Gouge you the most isn't beer water. Like, some ballparks aren't even putting water fountains in there anymore. I seen that a couple times. Yeah. Nobody's going. Where's the water fountain? And then you have to go in and use the sink or you have to buy a bottle of water. And then they charge you. What were they charging at the Super Bowl for water to remember was it like ten dollars a six and seven dollars? Oh, come on. It's crazy. This sports history. Paulie, do you have anything for me? Yeah. Nineteen sixty eight the new ale franchise candidate, a Missouri. Took the nickname the royals nineteen Ninety-four. Wayne Gretzky twit tied Gordie house NHL record of Edelman goals. Nineteen ninety-four. Michael Jordan was cut from the White Sox roster and sent to the minor league club and two thousand four and Philadelphia veteran stadium was demolished. Well, you had all of those ashtrays. They look like cigarettes, ashtrays, and it started with riverfront stadium. And then you had the vet yet three rivers, and then Bush and from above if you look down just look like sort of a larger ashtray, and then all of a sudden, you know, they ended up demolishing those stadiums. You got prices for me, Paul. Yeah. A couple of different business websites looked at the highest margin for different foods ballpark. Not the most expensive. Yeah. Snow cones cost almost nothing to make. They make about ninety five percent on every snow Conseil shaved ice. Cotton candy. They make about. Ninety percent price margin. Any type of ice cream corn dogs shockingly are very cheap popcorn very cheap beer. They make about the profit margin. On beer is only twenty six percent. Surprised at that? Yes. So the up charge is not that much. You know, a good corn dog. You may only have one year. But it feels like when you have it. It's a pretty damn good corn dog was last time you wolf down a dog corn dog. I don't know. But it feels in might be a little while. But I remember with some mustard on it. And that turned off was good not felt guilty after I ate it. Should we get some for baseball official? How about we do corn dogs for meet Friday? A slap in the face to traeger. I think maybe. Look, I don't know what the menu is for tomorrow for meet Friday this day in sports history..

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"molitor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"News straight from the source. This is the shown Hannity show. I don't mind. I mean, frankly, I told the house if you want let them see it again, I say deputy because of the fact that the attorney general didn't have the courage to do it himself. Deputy appointed appoints another man, they write a report. I just wanted an election with sixty three million votes are so sixty three million. George six to twenty three and the electoral college three hundred six to twenty three and I'm saying to myself, wait a minute. Just one what are the greatest elections of all time in the history of this country. And even you will admit that. And now I have somebody writing a report that never got a vote. It's called the Molitor report. So explain that because my voters don't get it. I don't get down at the same time. Let it come out. Let people see it that's up to the attorney general. We have a very good at journey. January's are very highly respected. And we'll see what happens, but it's sort of interesting man out of the blue just right to report, I got three hundred six electoral votes. Against twenty three. That's a tremendous victory. Got sixty three million more. I got sixty three million votes. Somebody just writes her report, I think it's ridiculous. But I want to see the report, and you don't wanna say tens of millions of people that love the fact that we have the greatest economy we've ever had. I'm going to Ohio right now they're going to close the plant where they make the tanks. It was going to be closed, and I stopped them from closing it. And now, it's thriving and doing great. And the people of Ohio they like Trump because I've done a great job in Ohio. I've done a great job all over the country. That's what the people want to hear. All right. Twenty.

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"molitor" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I think he should definitely ask something about how much of a fraud. Jeeter has been okay. Oh, okay. Not helpful today. Wearing helpful that seventy brewers players. Okay. There's gonna be seventy versus players all oughta oughta vests and yell at the guys that Lorenzo Cain. Ryan braun. Jeremy Jeffress guys in the bullpen, any coaches. You know is there anything baseball related? You know, I'll have twenty five seconds thirty seconds from Clair's. Okay. Any coaches to pass players the like robbing ya'll. Maybe Paul Molitor v there. Maybe Rollie fingers will be there guys like that. They'll be lake family feud type games going on. They'll be like brewers best east of. Thank you Ryan, which is best. These follow finger figure out who back friends on the team like that. That everybody's getting walking around mingling. So, you know, can I find the lebatardshow? Remember guys, I still have the helping Paul Ryan Ryan I still have the help and ball, and I'm gonna pass a help and ball over to my friend's sue guts. Oh, you got to help helping ball. Ask Ryan Brian about steroid. Don't do that. Don't do that. Why not going? Well, so far. To with Aaron Rodgers, Ken, welcome to the helping container. His Ryan good. Ryan you good. I'm very good, very nerve it. No, you're good. Don't worry. Can you? Good. Okay. Yeah. I'm good. Good. Good. Down. Good got good. I'm good. What kid? I did I didn't know. Ask I didn't know I wasn't like serving who had been abused survey. Chris and how can you help Ryan today? I think what is needs to be less nervous energy to show..

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"molitor" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Yeah. Putin Putin, Putin, Putin, Putin, Putin, Putin, Putin, Putin Putin potent Jonathan Karl ABC news. Over the weekend is trying to trying to soften up the Democrats, especially those those true believer a lefties out there. Those folks who watch Rachel Maddow on MSNBC and CNN and the joy Reid. Trying to prepare them for a harsh reality. This is all building up to the Molitor report and raising expectations of a bombshell report. And they've been expectations have been building, of course for over a year on this. But people who are closest to what has been doing of interacted with a special counsel caution me this report is almost certain to be anti climatic that if you look at what the FBI was investigating in that New York Times report look at what they were investigating Muller did not go anywhere with that investigation. He's been writing his report in real time through these indictments, and we have seen nothing from Muller on the central question of was there any coordination collusion with the Russians in the effort to meddle in the elections. Ooh, no evidence. He's been writing it in real time. And and and this is not going to lead up to anything. There's no bombshell. Do you also have David Ignatius now he's over there at M S in BC? He put his little twist on what's going on here. You can't let go you can't let go there has to be something there. I am not somebody who goes.

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"molitor" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"molitor" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"Among the I guess we should say some liberties the brewing celebrities down here. Depend the community. Here on my my right? You'll live, of course, they can't see that Dan scally wag growing. Now. Tell us a little bit about scally way because you're about to we are talking enrolling. We are. We're about to open next probably four to six weeks. We are at the assembly face in a lot of pieces laying around and got a lot of people coming in footing things together. One of these guys this so Matt match one of our partners Molitor partners over skyway came in more recently, one of the more recent partners. He's been helping us out a lot with the construction. Get a lot of good ideas. Get a lot of he else we when I when I don't need to yell at people, and I need to talk to them as if they don't work for me. That's where Matt comes in. And sometimes I help them even more. So when he does need yell it still that we can all walk away and go home to our family. We have fun together. Folks, did yes, it was a good price. Off breaking things when they get rid of the leftovers all that. Crime against man in nature, just wait till next year because we're gonna win at all. So tell us a little bit about where you located. So we are downtown Westmont about a block north of the NSF stop. Okay, which makes it easy walking distance. You can go that line. You can get on that line. You can hit like you can hit flap deck and Berlin you can hit us in Westmont, and then you can go to altered and then stop it to brothers and do all the opposite direction on the way back. Are you going to do any real ales push your hit drinking drinking a cost condition? I am actually I believe this one was the Mrkonic. Oh, miss raven. Yes. Which is the the craving areas down, which is an Irish doubt on IRA stone. I've had it had it multiple times on tap atmos- Kettani, but also and the one of the major differences between their standard fare there for the craven and this one is this one. It does not have any lemon in it. So thing iris-out Iraq. Yes. And the chocolate come through a lot more as a result because it's not being muted by the lemon. So when you get going what's going to be your flagship biz allow release that yet. Things. I mean what I'm thinking behind the wall. Right. All right. Let me ask another question. Then when are you going to have when we have here? Necessarily for the public. We expect to be brewing within the next two weeks. As soon as we have beer that can go out to distribution it will distribution. So they will be out in the wild Ronald vigor straw within by the end of the month. Hopefully, why did you call it? Stally wack. Silly thing wasn't take it. Now. Everything search of the idea, right attitude. We are we're pranksters were rogues where pirates starts with your Han solo. Obviously you can't use that. And so you run down the list, and you find something that works with your apart. Where's your body? Parents. She's at home.

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