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"musallam" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"musallam" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"You really don't need to be a chef in any sort of way. It's this roasted chicken recipe. Guys i got it from gartner. A gartner look aina. Gartner look up roasted chicken on a gartner and oh my gosh you guys. it's fantastic. It's easy thing you make okay. So you get this. let me. just tell them really quick. this You get like a pan that you can roast the whole chicken about to do the whole tutorial. Yeah okay you're going to put you can put some fingerling potatoes in there. You're gonna chop up some onion. I like to leave onion pieces. Nice and big the slivers really going in with the details right now they will find. It doesn't tell you though on the website and on the recipes on is that the butter you guys. It's all about the butter. I want you to use more butter than they tell you to use. And i want you to use salted butter and i want you to. Soften it don't melt it completely but just soften it to her and soft musallam wants you to mix the time time as part of this recipe in the butter que. Dice it up real small. Mix it in there. Then i want you to pull the skin. The skin's separates from the chicken without coming off. You're going to scoop the butter in the spoon. And then you're gonna win. It's not cooked yet. Of course well. They didn't know that he's gonna put the spoon of butter underneath the skin. And you're gonna pack it in both sides over over the breast and let me tell you something. You're also tell you that this sugars today. We're gonna forgive you. i'm tired of ours. Been keeping me up a little delirious. Okay hey listen to. This is the best part okay. You're going to do that and then you're gonna. You're gonna do a little bit of butter on top salt pepper you guys. I'm telling you this thing is going to come out so moist say moist moist and the carrots. The carrots are off the chain cook through a couple times. Your cares if know what. Here's another tip. The aina gartner's i'm telling you this remixing it. You also want to slice a couple extra lemons. Y'all and put him on the sides on the side of the because you got to put to inside the chicken and you're going to put a few on the outside because when those cook those roasted lemons you guys squeeze that over the chicken and the vegetables cooked by goodness. It's delicious but checkout line garner's roasted chicken recipe. That's what i'm loving this week. Great job sneeze hungry this week. I love that. I tried orange theory for the first time you've been over you're talking about it. Him and brittany have been going my sister-in-law and they're like savvy. You need to try and you try it and i'm like you know what i have my workout thing my routine and i like it. I don't want to stray away from my time. But i just wanted to challenge myself in a new way and just try it out and see what all the hype is about and i did it today and i will say i liked it. It was good. It was a challenged me but it was endurance day. So i did feel like. I was able to keep up. It wasn't as did you like about it. I'll tell you what i like about it. But what did you like specific. I like that. I was like the first one on the leaderboard. No you were. That was your position on the tv. There was no. I what i was the first one on the screen mel baby. That's not having placement on the television. There's not one two three. It's not the olympics. Well they should do that. That would motivate people to be. I know it's your own stats. You're checking out your own stats. I looked good up there. That was my i love. That was my favorite part. Is seeing it in real time as i'm working out like looking up on a screen instead of down at my phone tap on my on my wrist Eb i i didn't like so much though the the weights part like half of the class basically at orange theory you're doing this intense cardio were routine to keep your heart rate in the orange zone. Which is why they call it. Orange theory it's like you reach this orange zone. And then i was going between orange and red a lot and he was like at the end the class. The goal for endurance day is try to stain the green. Actually which unlike a so. You're telling me. I didn't do a good job. Is that what you're saying he's saying. Is we build up your cardio strength. Your body will naturally stay in the green more like if you were if you were allyson felix. You'd be chilling. Integrates such such good shape. But i felt like i was chilling in the orange like i felt good and orange. Oh yeah no. That's no that's good too. I mean that means you're burning and what's cool about warns theory. Always says in mentioned is what i like is like you go. You don't have to thank you. Stay on track all fitness levels. They're y'all literally. All fitness can walk on the treadmill. You can wa-. I do the bike because of an injured knee. It's wonderful and at the same time if you hit twelve splat points which is a point for being in the orange zone for a minute. Your body burns up to twenty four to thirty six hours after calories. It's burning calories after so it's a really good way to get in shape. You guys don't have to think too much and you were sitting behind me like your bike was behind my treadmill and i knew you're looking at my but the whole time i was and the thing is i just wanna make sure the guy to my right on the bike next with your but also i was looking at you looking at him then looking back at you. It was fun. I liked group fitness classes every so often. I don't think i would do it every day. I'd probably buy the packages deal where you can buy like four classes.
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"musallam" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast
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"musallam" Discussed on The Young Jurks
"Like. So yeah. Awesome and again, it's a plate Elena Bontes. She's running governor's Council district six Massachusetts vote for her on. Tuesday cleese for. Yes against your family to. First person of color on the Governor's council. And Your your mental health worker you you told the story about your son. I am so in on your pain, it's not even funny. Nicole Musallam. Also in on your camping I'll give money to like I. Love You. Tell tell us about what's going on. You're getting doors to. Yes It's been this has been a highly competitive race and the news were get from both city clerk's office. Is that just by early voting Mellon Voting we've already surpassed. The number of people voted in this type of race in the past. So this is very exciting. We've been really working to expand that, but you know this campaign is about the people and I was very ecstatic. Just last was two weeks ago. Now I'm I'm like in the campaigns owed type passes differently. Michelle does. But. Yeah, it's Just got endorsed by people for the American Way and renew New England, which is a group that both the Bernie Sanders and Anna Presley went and spoke at their grand opening event for their kicked off. So exciting I, love their policy framework and people are responding like Halina and I. We were on a list of races that came out this week where big Republican money is being spent to keep the status quo Supporting Democrats you publicly that get Republican Monitor governor, Baker, like special Helene I know specifically and they're they're spending governor. Baker is spending money against you gots and back packet Democrats. NASA cheese it's crazy. Yeah he's Republican so. and. These are Republican donors like some of the wealthiest earners of Massachusetts and their spending money. In these you know races in Democratic primaries and let me tell you I have no doubt lie at the my opponent is an anti choice. Candidate has voted time and again against not only marriage equality but equal rights and he's voted over and over again for corporate tax cuts and cuts to the wealthiest earners of Massachusetts and no other state in the union except to. Others to other states in the union have cut taxes more drastically in the past ten years. The Massachusetts has to the tune of over four billion dollars of our state budget annually that's money that could be for our schools which we know we've been defunding. That's money that we could be using it to replace the water pipes that are were a hundred years old and leaching lead into our water. I mean our communities are suffering. We need those funds for our communities. Especially now I mean this nineteen has has wiped other states and and president trump has said he's not giving them any money. He's not giving the cities or towns with the states any money so This is this is a really a crisis point. People are hurting and I'm sorry you know people need. To realize this didn't happen because Kobe Kobe was the straw that broke the camel's back. We were already very close to the tipping point. Cova just accelerated that process in made it very drastic and put our lives on pause enough for us to be able to notice what was happening around us. Thank you. That's a Coal Musallam. She's running for a Massachusetts State Rep in Maldon in Medford Massachusetts vote for her on Tuesday I would highly suggest it. especially, if you're evolving or Medford definitely go vote for her. we also have. Michelle Mollet she's running for State Rep in the Twentieth Middlesex District Lynnfield, north reading, Middleton in reading. Michelle Dot com been on the show a lot. Do you really been working for number four or five and? I'm feeling very comfortable year..
"musallam" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Whole fire also doing firing operations. Help secures on those lines. That's chief Chris Waters on the Ellen you complex of fires, which is now burning 357,000 acres across five counties. Cruz, do you have it 33% contained earlier today in Plaster County. We had a little brouhaha. Firefighters are now mopping up what's left of a wildfire that broke out in Newcastle when first I arrived on scene. They found a vegetation fire 10 to 15 acres in light, flashy fuels, So that's the dry yellow graph, and it was very near a structure. So there was that immediate structure threat. Cal Fire's Mary Eldridge, saying Quick work from Cruz stopped the forward progress within an hour. But Angela Musallam of the Plaster County Sheriff's Department says it wasn't before. A bit of drama fire presented a great threat to the areas that were under mandatory evacuation wanted. The fire burned up right up to the property line of one of the home. Perry incident is no longer threatening buildings and all evacuation orders in that area have been lifted. Cruz Kid he expected to be out there for about three hours or so, still mopping up again. The big news of the hour is those evacuations from the L, A new complex in northwestern YOLO County near Rumsey and the Cache Creek Canyon. Let's just repeat those closures on highway 16. It's closed at county Road 41 at County Road, 20. You too heavy fire and again it is jumped Highway 16. If you're in that neighborhood, you need to get out. You need to get out now. All right, Joe, Michael's there. Thank you. We'll keep you updated for sure. Right now. Traffic and weather together. Let's hear from Dana has and sponsored by Caltrans reminding you to be work zone alert downtown on the split. Gonna be 12 minutes. Expound cab sitting a little heavy in midtown and then splits Rose Villas. Nine minutes after that, 11 minute drive to l grow here on I five. You're on. Well, 99 gonna be a little longer about 15 minutes still hasn't calmed down there yet. Had evolved from just 18 minutes. He's bound 50 and 60 minutes downtown, a woodland north and I five and going to Davis, nine minutes there and your base boulevard. We do have a couple of the surface Three incidents. One is power in road south out of Floren Road with a Lexus versus a motorcycle air, and there are injuries. Also Fair Oaks Boulevard westbound just east of how Avenue traffic hazard In this case, somebody running in and out of the roadway. Telling cars to hit them. So watch out for that person till CHP gets here. Next time you see a Caltrans truck on the side of the road, a line of cones or traffic barricades. Remember those air protecting someone's loved one? Help them get home safely. Please be work Zone alert. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. A snooze 93.1 kpk. Air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups through late tomorrow night Tonight will be hazy with a low 50 60 60 seasonably warm tomorrow with abundant sunshine. Tomorrow we'll reach a high 91 to 95. Friday will be huts under mostly sunny skies.
"musallam" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Joe Michaels is live from the KPK Wildfire Desk with details. Well, Kenny firefighters and I'm mopping up what's left of a wildfire that broke out earlier this afternoon in Plaster County in your new castle. When First I arrived on scene they found Vegetation fire 10 to 15 acres in light, flashy fuels, So that's the dry yellow grass, and it was very near a structure. So there was that immediate structure threat. Cal Fire's Mary Eldridge says Quick work from Cruz stopped the forward progress within an hour. They since manage 60% containment of the fire near Perry Ranch Road. Now we're waiting for a final acreage, but it looks about 7 to 9 acres, and yet they're going to be out there for a couple more hours. Mopping up Angela Musallam of the Plaster County Sheriff's Department says it wasn't before a bit of drama. Fire presented a great threat to the areas that were under mandatory evacuation wanted the Firebird right up to the property line of one of the home. Perry incident is no longer threatening buildings and all evacuation orders in the area have been lifted. Elsewhere, Cal Fire Scott Ross tells the screws of increased containment on the 357,000 Acre Ellen, you lightning complex of fires to 33%. They're doing a lot of firing operations in the middle Town Bus Canyon area off so out Morgan Valley side You know the northern side. We're starting to get some clear skies should have aircraft show up. We've been told that this part of the fire is priority for aircraft today. And the firing operations will continue. Ross is a return to more seasonal weather conditions is increasing visibility over the fires, and that's along firefighting pilots to attack flames from the air They can drop on. Look, they can't see so visibility is G. We're not gonna have with speed that would affect dropping, but we definitely need the disability. The 55,000 Acre Walbridge fire west of Healdsburg is continuing to challenge it's less than 20% contained and continues to spot. Both short and long range. It's also running in several directions. The cruise on the S C U Lightning complex.
"musallam" Discussed on Geek Freaks
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"musallam" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
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It was for the coast straight and I didn't get it, but jets partly through, and not how com sponsored an look stylist, and it's the same with crazy. Collect crazy. It was through social major as well and see a hounded them though I was constantly tagging them. Hounded then. Why was he hounded? Putting. Them I wanted to work with them. I wanted to be brunt. I are wanted to be critical. I wanted to work with our company I wanted to obey. To be a part. I wanted to be a part of that massive big thing that was happening I I was adamant. I was going to be an I just and I think that's what made me get better as well as the mid. Get that with my thought. And it was when you're obviously when you're doing the hand, you've got this beautiful color, the finished needs to be just as beautiful I am saw. Critical of my own work is unreal. Dumb I'm really really bad for take over a hundred photos and then million the girl her work with Chloe, we set the end of the day favorite. The ones that we like then go back and save again and keep doing that until we have the too. Much. Of Your work in. Yes, but I've I've saw it. What's the word of sought? It's like near a bit of A. Things from owned by Bobby said thing of it. Yes I do a photograph on everybody, if I don't photograph somebody to think, something is wrong with the hair now. So create a little bit of monsters. Guess a little bit awkward, isn't it? Because closley issue, not like what she's done in my head yet, and it is so I ended up. Just taking a quick on. If it's if it's something, I could blow dry is a don't but I do do quite a lot of the big transmission, so attend and I tend to take a lot of thought of them but I've got some absolute beautiful clients. Let me that was stunned. They're all in you. Take if I could. Date. They love it at and. Tom I mean. How's that GONNA work come. To the police lockdown where we can spend a lotta time, cleaning are areas I mean. It's taken photos of your work to be another added dimension of you time to what is already going to be really squeezed period of time. Yes, but I think it's a most. I think when you need. I think some may may personally Anita Anita carry on of missing missing portion head. I'm missing sooner before enough to I. I would spend two hours in a nighttime on social media after finish work out, see muscle and spend some time with cinema partner, and then on a night spend the two hours on Social Asia and. In a way, it's been good not to do that. Give me a little bit of a break amid me. Step back a little bit, but I'm misset. Dumb people talk like social is evil of. I'm wasting, but actually it's not. It's a place where we really not raw passion and our craft and our business. Allows us to really create who will? I've met some amazing people through social media. I think social major is it does get a little bit of a Bhadra wreck bussing the way you treated. National Social Media and you see these beautiful images the you post. Let's be honest here. What? Goes into that color because there is a lot of people that site as light. Folks light going onto these. I have in, new, Salon I've just had all lights redoing so what I've got I've got bright white lights in Ceylon now and I've got where my before and after wall is. I've got more lights over there..
"musallam" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Has to do with the passions and the snow the world that a donors in great as basically a word of bliss. The world was the world came into being as a result of their making. The gods fell in love and they are making or sometimes they say well. It's a depressant of the groom to the to the to the Brian to celebrate their passionate they love and their wage other. And that is why. Musallam said the only real worship of the Gods is the sexual act because the sexual act and the Genitals Abassi redesigned yeah in the signs of the Gods. Actually procreation a recreate situation. We basically The passionate making between people and he I end. They actually extends also to homosexual people. And you know it is also very was radical a radical Damaso reforms about freedom of women and so forth all reflecting that kissed freedom and love passionate. St Louis Assistant introspects primordial life which created also problems to them in the nineteen thirties in Germany. Of course exactly. And you know the launches. He was persecuted there because they thought he was kind of like in. You know throwing orgies and selling via.
"musallam" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Number one for breaking news, traffic and weather, I heart radio station, news, ninety three point one. AFC K, John for ninety nine thirty. With your top stories, President Trump is insisting that he is pulling ahead of democratic presidential hopefuls group. He describes as a motley, Crue Trump tweeted today, that only fake polls have him trailing Dem's some of Trump. Some Trump posters have reportedly been fired after internal polling data was leaked. The supreme court is giving Virginia Democrats win a case involving racial gerrymandering. Lisa Carter has more. The highest court in the land said, Virginia's Republican land house of delegates did not have standing to challenge, a lower court ruling that some of the state's legislative districts drawn in a way that puts minorities at a disadvantage. Republicans hold very narrow majorities Virginia's house and Senate all legislative seats on the ballot in elections. This fall, we Sakardu NBC News Radio with lots of snow still on the ground and the high Sierra starting. To melt with the summer melt. There's lots of danger on the rivers right now. Angela Musallam of the plaza county sheriff's department says river conditions treacherous, the water may appear calm on the surface doesn't mean that there is an undertow underneath that if you pass through, it will suck you down under officials say, both the American and Sacramento rivers running cold and fast and they can present challenges to even the best swimmers urging swimmers to wear a lifejacket traffic and weather together. Here's Brian noble. No new accidents. Got some slowing lingering in a few spots out five eighty and the garden highway northbound by Dell Passover just past highway ninety nine this before.
"musallam" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Now on the K, K morning news. The local families photo shoot quickly turned chaotic while they were taking pictures at a Rockland park. The family was having a photo session with sparklers last week near boulder ridge park and accidentally started a small brushfire. Rockland fire department says that the blaze spread through trails off park drive which connect rocklin to Lincoln. The family was not issued a citation because they did not intentionally set the fire city code by the way, says sparklers can only be used in Rockland from June. Twenty eighth to July, fourth, lots of snow still on the ground in the high Sierra and high temperatures in the valley, public officials are warning on. The dangers on our river. Angela Musallam of the plaster county sheriff's department says river conditions are treacherous just because the water may appear calm on the surface doesn't mean that there is an undertow underneath that if you pass through, it will suck you down under it could suck you down for five second. It could suck you down for two minutes. And there's no telling when you may come back up even the best swimmers or not immune. They say where a life jacket deaths by suicide and substance abuse are at an all time high for millennials John Auerbach, president of trust for America's health says, in California, alcohol drug and suicide deaths increased by nearly thirty percent from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand seventeen they're very large number of California's who've lost their lives just in the last year that we have data and more than fourteen thousand Californians. The new report found the between twenty two thousand seven I should say in two thousand seventeen drug deaths among eighteen to thirty four year olds had more than doubled all across the country by twenty twenty five. It's projected deaths by substance abuse and suicide in California could increase in other thirty seven percent. The trial of a decorated navy seal accused of killing an Islamic state prisoner in his care is set to begin with jury selection in San Diego today. The politically charged case has included the removal of the lead prosecutor for tracking the defense team's emails and suggestions by President Trump that he may pardon the defendant. If convicted special operations chief Edward Gallagher has pleaded not guilty to premeditated murder in the death of the prisoner and attempted murder in the shootings of two. Iraqi civilians, President Trump wants health care to be a pillar of his twenty twenty reelection campaign in an interview on ABC news. The president said that the public will soon get an idea of his healthcare plan already have the concept of the plan..
"musallam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Fa- sorrow and her amazing work with senior shelter dogs. The award winning bestselling book mile dog rescued pets with remarkable. Second acts is a memorable and remarkable book that combines the gorgeous photos and the sweet inspiring end. True. Stories of all dogs learning new tricks, much better way to honor and recognize adopt a senior pet month tend to have the author of mile dog with us today. Laura coffee. Hey, laura. How are you? Welcome to the Dougie diva show or doing crazy. Thank you so much for having me. It's our play. Now you have you, you this book was an award winning book, your terrific author. But can you tell the listeners a little bit about yourself because you have kind of a different background your journalist? Yes. Night background just in journalism. I've worked in journalism for longer than I want to. We're going we're going on to us thirty years now, but my background was largely newspapers for years and years. I started out at a Saint Petersburg times, which is now known as the Tampa Bay times in, in Florida. that's why began and then when on worked at newspapers around the country in san diego and in seattle at the seattle post intelligence or just paper the san diego union tribune and many other papers and then in two thousand six i made the shift to online only digital journalism for n._b._c. news and i've been with n._b._c. since two thousand six and specifically with the today show since two thousand eight and i'm a long time writer editor and producer for the today show's website and in addition to that i had the opportunity you know in recent years to write this book my dog which was quite an adventure let me tell you what was your inspiration for writing male dog i'd love the book i mean i'm getting goosebumps as i'm talking about it with you but i loved loved the book and i love the stories what was your inspiration because i am and anyone that listens to this show no that that we are senior senior pet lovers here i'm in studio with hopeful of them right now Now, I have some next immediately. title dog book i really really appreciate that my dog stems from a story that i wrote in my job for today dot com that went insanely my role in a way that i never ever ever would've anticipated you cut it up no one that's going to happen but i wrote a feature story a while back about this really wonderful photographer you mentioned in your action laurie pizarro and roy as a photographer in los angeles and what she was doing i spotted for work on line and contacted her about ready to go teach your story but what she was doing like many really talented photographers around the country but she would go and volunteer her time in shelters and lost specifically waas angeles county shelters that had very high euthanasia rates and she'd go there on the weekends and volunteer her time to take super-duper high quality photos of the pets in the shelters with the goal of increasing their chances of getting adopted and what she was noticing week after week after going making harassing going to all these shelters was that the seniors were senior analyst dogs and cats were not making it out and these were you know really overburdened shelters and they they couldn't turn any pets away that were dropped off right and and so she kept noticing the trend that it was really bothering her and then one day she saw she was trying to engage with this really old very clearly very sick pit bull named shady in the shelter and the dog wouldn't even engage with her and had it was an owner surrender situation but document dropped off it was sixteen years old had cancer had very other health problems and he just couldn't take it the idea of this poor dog she knew there's no chance of going to get adopted so she made this impromptu decision without discussing it was her husband i'm going to take this home and she thought this would be like you know just a chance to shower this dog with love and affection for the last few days maybe week of this don's life brings the dog phone renamed her sunny or optimistic david shady anyway brings us dog home and and the dog she out of that shelter kennel got into their nice happy home with another dog and catch this dog just thrived and live with them almost three years with the almost nineteen years it was such a transformative experience the laurie that she started a senior dog photography project because she wanted to try to change people's perceptions of older shelter animals and encourage people not overlook the older ones and i spotted these photos online at contacted her focus feature story about the whole the plight of senior animals and it shelters and it went completely viral crazy crazy crazy 'cause shared all over the world and before you knew what we were contacted by an agent who thought it should be a book with lori doing the photographs that i would write the book and we wound up teaming up and we did it And you guys did a good job. Now there's a law. Of the story is Sonny. Of course, I found love it sit there so many stories in there. But just for the listeners could you just pick one story? Maybe tell us a little bit about that. Well, it, it is hard to do because stories in the book are so completely different. They are each one that's really different. And it's unique and. and it's amazing how the they flourish when they come you know when they get into their forever home they flourish and these are old dogs i mean i loved him you know i just oh yeah it was a really it was your own it's true i'll ask one personal one because of course i i love george clooney and i love all the photos that i've ever seen george clooney but i have to tell you the one in your book that's the one best because it hasn't just like reclined i'm i'm trying to find the book but he was reclining and he had his dog on his lap i was just like so beautiful and if you just tell us quickly about george clooney story yes so you know just to to a little bit of background was i really did want the book to be very very different and not feel repetitive and i wanted to show that the book contained stories of people for raging nature in their twenties to their late eighties who did this kind compassionate thing of taking it an older shelter animal and that paid huge dividends in there lives and their lives improve exponentially right so anybody can do it every economic level every walk of life imaginable occurred to be along the way that it would be really exciting if we could get just a few famous people well known people who had done this have just to kind of sprinkle in there with all the stories and by doing some food online i saw george clooney had taken in a rescued cocker spaniel named einstein the dog has been rescued by a really wonderful group called camp cocker rescue and it's a whole saga of what they went through to rehabilitate the poor dogs that was lordly obese than had cyrus problems i e problems every all kinds of issues and so they spent a year trimming this dog down and and helping the dodgy get exercise and got the dog in shape and made the sweet little video and put it online for all of you know people who love animals video such music they just did this video about this dog einstein Scrolling around online, one night and falls madly in love with this dog, but George Clooney, and he's determining has to have the dog, and he fills out the incredibly detailed application that the rescue group into. more than seventy questions fills it all out and then they see the opposite is george clooney are kind of they're really really nervous in part because they wanna make sure they this dog had been to so much and they wanted to make sure that this dog was really going to like george clooney but it's like whoever wanted to adopt them and so here it turns out that this The church putting telling point wake you comfortable with you, and doesn't like you. We're not going to let you love that. Rescue person. No, I love you starring. Yeah. It was. And so he said that he was so nervous the day that I was going to come to the house for the initial visit that he said he ran, his, refrigerator, and grab some Turkey and all the rub them on his shoes to make sure that I guess. and it was a yeah it was an estimated habit it worked out and it's so funny we did the big photo shoot with insein at george please house which what an amazing guy that he agreed to let this happen it's just a pain in the book but that dog is the most food focused dog i think i've ever ever met any he was hilarious and always funny charming details come out in that story really happy really happy and i mean in some other celebrities in there and there's a lot of just basic down to earth people who found there forever friend who happened to be you know a senior dog whether they were retired from another profession whether they were you know like a gray hone or a you know a search i mean it just had so much an also there's a great resource guide at the back for people who are looking maybe for a senior dog or very interested in adopting or learning more about it with a number of organizations by state but you know i want to ask you laura because you put so so much into this book and i loved this book in such a beautiful book and it's it's even great just to leave on on your coffee table because anyone sitting there going through this is going to go because the pataki's beautiful and the way you wrote the words and has a nice light airy very warm feeling to it so i love the way you wrote a but can you tell us why you personally feel that seniors make such remarkable family members row i will tell you that i know from experience especially with the doug am i right here that seems just awesome you know they're calling and their mellow they're sweet they're usually already housetrained this is a huge plus many people think that they need to get a puppy either just think that that's how it goes you get a puppy puppies are so much work and i'm not knocking puppies if somebody any obviously we all love animals right but and there are younger dogs that need help too for sure but the interesting thing is that for people with busy lifestyles maybe if that little light bulb you go off and they can really That they can cut a jump right ahead to the perfect golden age. They're vonda part of having a pet. Westman bugs just doesn't need as much physical activity, which, you know, they still need to be walk. They still need some extra money. Of course. You know, let's not make any mistake about, but they're not has been on property destruction and indoor, you're a. Yeah. They've worked out all their. Yeah. Yes. That they come down, you dislike a lot of love. And, and it's almost like they know because, you know, I have a one senior sitting right next to me in the chair next to my little co-host Smith Musallam. They know when their lives about to change, I still believe that some of them are coming from lives that maybe they, you know, the owner had tournament. Maybe it's something that, that it was an illness that they had or they are going into a nursing home, where there's so many things out there, so many wonderful organizations that take in these seniors, but they need homes. And you know, they need help. So I, I, I get a I, I gotta tell you Laura. I, I saw you out to get you 'cause I wanted everyone to know about this book. I know this book a it's, it's a wonderful book was released a few years ago, but I have to tell you, I love it. I love what you did. I love Laura did. Now, we're can listeners go to learn more about you and learn more about my dog and also where to get it west. So we..
"musallam" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Three. Amount but if you start with that as you're you're very beginning of your nonprofit all the way to the larger nonprofits make sure because you want to be there for your clients you WanNa be there for who you're serving because they are in so much dire situation that if you start to stumble they'll alb- really feel it on more than you and so you have to have that mindset around financial sustainability that's great advice. I mean so many times we did a show at talking to a C._F._o.. And my premise was that most small businesses conclude nonprofits don't really understand their financials and how to read them and really hot a plan and budget and do that allocation and I think that's great. You know like we deal with our families right. You want to save six months or whatever it happens today. Because something were to happen and have those reserved about you know we would add to that is the also I mean you have to know the cost of business right you have to know the cost of running your nonprofit in order to know how much revenue is going to be generated to to fulfill your mission so I mean I think that's really important the other things that come to mind and we talked about this a little bit before we went on air culture and really thinking about the culture within the organization because ultimately culture each strategy for breakfast right so if you don't have a good culture and a stock a strong culture that's helping drive your strategy then that culture is derailing your strategy she and that takes a lot more time to to fix you really have to focus on the type of culture and values that you want to have an organization and spend time doing that <hes> and then the other thing that that I don I had an opportunity talk about recently was really thinking about you have to the have that big vision that big bold vision that we mentioned earlier and then I'll spit up operate small so you can't really be like all on this big organization you still have to act like a small business and really mind those this the way you have in terms the resources and all of those different things before you get to big. You can't scale too fast so you have to really think about you know we want. We have this big audacious goal in this vision that we're going to change the world but you can't do but you don't have to do it in this large scale L. at once it can be over time and right so Jim Collins the big hairy audacious goal isn't about having something happened in a year to it's. It's you know your ultimate goal that you'd like to Achieve Mike Musallam spoke at the grantee reception and he talked about that even as big as I Edwards stances worldwide now twelve thousand people have lots of friends at work there is that Mike said at the at are they still act small and you just you have to be home wall MAC small because it it's just really important important that you just don't as my donor that I love says you can't get too big for your which I have his note on my bulletin board and it's true L.. You know that you just have to make sure you stay home ball. Absolutely I think I got time for one more question. Before the part two of this or this episode ends we talked last time about active boards and the importance of boards but through some observations that I've recently have I can see some of these smaller nonprofits and all the things we've been discussing but their boards are volunteers and in my experience. Some of them shows didn't show up. It didn't do what they're supposed to do. So what some advice you can give about managing you know <hes> volunteer boards or maybe they need to get away from volunteer boards and get some active in solid boards I in my experience experience as I I've had a pretty positive experience because I entered into thinking it's a partnership. I'm not managing them but I'm actually partnering with them for the benefit of the organization and that's been really clear from the very beginning as we we both approach it as learners but <hes> my bird president myself and my chairs <hes> the of various committees and myself spend time really developing a relationship because it's all about relationships and really understanding. Where do we want to go with the organization and what is it GonNa take from each one of us to do that? <hes> because that's what it requires sweep both have to be equally invested in the success of the organization to the same also I think <hes> you know your board members of their for passionate purpose right there for a reason most of the time and so one of the things that you need to do is hone in on that individual you can't look at the board as a as a group you have to still look at them as that individual member supporter <hes> in order to help you connect with where their heart is and for our model is an example where arts education health and Human Services Higher Ed and so our board members can they have to obviously Levin adopt the whole mission but they can find the places that they have a passionate purpose. Maybe it's about scholarships ship supporter. It's around education hired great then bring all your friends to our next day that we have coming up but someone else meld might love our our concert and then bring all their friends to that so you know what I mean. It's like we really try to hone into that individual supporter order but the end of the day give because I have a lot of people come to me who know my story about being in the for profit sector before the nonprofit sector and they ask you know I'm looking to make this transition and my number one thing says are you know. Are you a consensus consensus builder the number one thing you need at a board level is consensus and someone that you can help share. I even though I'm the C._E._O.. Of the one for I have a board of directors I report into for a lot of the major decisions. I still will go to them. Luckily we have it's a great partner. Should we partner together but you have to be a contest N. B.. Okay with that that I'm okay that if that that decision maybe isn't the right one for the organization. I'm hoping we're on it together but after I have to make sure that <hes> that I respect that and their role is a board member but then we also have expectations of them okay absolutely well. We are out of time for this episode so <hes> so <hes> Don wanted to tell the listeners how they can contact you and reach you. Don Res Knees at linked in <hes> Don s res Twitter Don s res and our website is the wooden floor dot org embryos at human options dot org. Our website is human options dot Oregon. I'm on Lincoln as well. Well thank thank you so much. <hes> thank you for joining us at the cafe you can find out more about me and read my blogs and view my show videos at the Ponzi group dotcom her connect with me on linked in as well and you could subscribe to the show with the business growth cafe dot com or now on itunes Google play iheartradio spotify stitcher soundcloud speaker and others around the world join me next episode with these ladies at the Business Growth Cafe..
"musallam" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast
"Second phase of my career, if he will it works, and that was could we create this enterpreneurial unit called her dance tack that had a lot of engineering. Abilities and create an environment where we could. Be the feet or of Aren t to the business units. And we succeeded in developing a series of really important products for Edwardson. It was. Just a a great ride to develop that. And and I think then when straight to pick companies candidate, what do you think were one or two maybe to let's say to important things that you did that made Edwards a better a more innovative company, but we're what were some changes you made to staff or two approaches? So I actually believe that sequestering more decor. Ooh. That has an integrated strategy where the company has early states marketing and strategy at we had our own clinical research group. We had regulatory people we had our on pilot manufacturing group. So we were capable of of developing things that I mean, and sometimes the business units we were. Out in front of them. If you will or they said, no, we really need that. We don't want that. And we said well, thanks for that input. And we kept developing developing at then they got on hand. That's pretty darn interesting shift us over here. So. Yeah. So we develop things that you know, I called an adoption agency. Right. Our job was to create products that the the business wanted to adopt. Yeah him. So that's you know, that's a lot of fun. And and it you have to have a culture that allows? You to kill projects is too key thing, Tom. I think a lot of the risk taking in big companies is difficult because you can't kill products projects without killing people's careers. Or you know, you you can't have timelines that are not very predictable because you're doing real innovation at us hard to predict real innovation. You have to be allowed some real flexibility to do innovation in a big company and must be companies are not considerate of those things. They want tell me what your budget is tell me what your time line. If you don't beat it. You're not doing a great job. Really hard to do innovation under that circumstance. And by the way, you know, when we kill a project, you're fired. Well, that doesn't work either. Because you know, you you wanna be able to say to people you did your job, you know, if one in ten startups exceeds a really what should what's good batting average within a company, right? If half for if half your project succeed, that's huge. But that made you killed half of them. And does the company allow you to do that? To do real innovative tour, and you use interesting word sequester, you just question your team. Did you sequestered from the rest of the company in had it more aiming outward toward industry because earlier on I got the sense that you thought the engineers should work more closely with the marketing team with with with others in the company. So my misunderstanding one point the why we did it is. So advanced tech was a standalone kind of almost business you. So we were very outward facing that does with customers. But we were not we didn't work at the. We didn't take the lead front the business unit as we they didn't come to us. It said we want you to these five things we had the independence to say. We're going to develop these brand new products that don't start off for Edwards. Pretty good job. Yeah. It really was. And I guess my again, Mike Musallam huge credit for giving us the freedom to do that..