21 Burst results for "NEF"

"nef" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:22 min | 6 months ago

"nef" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Neves comes to the start finish line. Quick takers, but they did There were forward and your pastor Demas Joyce, the four time winners Club. They went. So whatever if it planning of the Indian of those 500 mile race, Yeah, baby. And how much did you win? Big night Over a grand on that man $25 back toe and you want $1000 like I'm sandal. I did like a bunch of mean for whatever reason, I was thinking. Cash. Nevins is my horseman. He's getting so that these guys won three times one off. You know, the serious XM car owned by Jim Meier and math shank. Yeah, Yeah, So I mean, this guy started in the third round. I thought he got overlooked. And I said, Yeah, I made a couple of little small beds like I put five bucks down on Graham, Ray Hall and Two bucks down on heard I heard it was your guy. Um, but, Yeah, I thought Castro Neves maybe was overlooked a little bit. And hey, ended up getting that way. That was the last 10 laps. I was biting my nails hard. Those butt cheeks were four bags. I knew that under that $1000 payday was coming. So, yeah, awesome race, also with a bummer for grammar a hole by the way, he had a really good car and a chance to win and literally. The wheels fell off a tire came off his car. And then Conner. Daly, who was running incredibly well hit the tired bashed up his car a little bit. But, man, I'm telling you, I have never seen the fans bond so much, and even after the race was over, normally in years past, no matter who wins it, even if the 100 running by the time the driver's doing the victory lap in the pace car will usually leaving, people were usually already gone. Nobody was leaving. Nobody wanted to leave the track. It's like they've been waiting for so long for this moment, and they saw history a four time winner. Nobody wanted to leave, and it had nothing to do with the race. It really didn't. The race was phenomenal, but you could just tell the people in the stands. They were so happy to be back. Doing what's normal and I think that was the end of coronavirus. Others we hope is here in Marion County. What was the parking situation like like it usually takes when its full capacity and you know it's all systems go. I mean, it's like your parking two miles away, paying 50 bucks. I was a little bit easier to maneuver. Once you were in speedway. It was, but because there is limited capacity, Ah, lot of these lots jacked up their rates. So what used to be $20 lot you know, a couple blocks from the speedway is now 40. If you used to park 50 bucks next to the speedway Now you're paying 75 interesting. Everything's going up in Biden's American night. Even the boot play parking spots for the Indy 500. The picture of the guy with the T shirt that you sent me was that from the track was that guy wearing that at the track Not only was that guy wearing the very festive Joe and calm a shirt, but there was a dude selling them on the street and he was making a killing. You gotta be kidding. We couldn't post it because it doesn't say Joe and Kamala. It wasn't a very flattering shirt. No, is a saying that it has to do with those two and it rhymes can maybe good saying Okay, There's some characters. They're out of the I am Indianapolis Motor Speedway is what you were saying, Uh, Elio won $1.8 million for the win his team. I should say 11.8 million for the win. That's still down a little bit from years past. I mean last year, there was no gate revenue for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to put this in comparison back in 2000 and nine When Elio won his third. The payday was $3 million for Team Penske. Whoa. This year. It's higher than last year's. But 1.8 million is what Elliot Castro Neves and his team brought in and his team again. It was it was Meyer What? Meyer shank the guy that I think it's a fascinating story that Jim Meier, part of that team ran serious XM for years was Howard Stern's boss. And did it mostly while living in Indianapolis. He lives here in India. And this is the kind of aside radio geek side of me that that I thought was pretty cool and the shank a guy. I think he's still celebrated. He is. He sounded ecstatic on the post ratio. He kept on using the word frickin. I noticed that there was hilarious. So that was all good news Over the weekend, man. All those people went in all those people went home to so shout out to the first responders, law enforcement, the people doing the traffic, the ambulance drivers, everybody the usual greatness you would expect from the Indy 500. I wonder if Hog set, Kane are gonna pay a little visit the Roger Penske and go all Footloose on his ass. I saw those pictures the picture of the front of the Indy Star as a you know, a bunch of it's a crowd shot right? And all that says, is Indy 500 as one of the biggest crowds. It's go, vid. If you were wearing masks because of Dan Dockage again first. That's the game that we play with. The Indy star now find a negative headline at because of Dan Dockage at the end, and that will be a story on their site next week. So the bad news. There is some bad news over the weekend. At least 16 people were shot, including a police officer. He's okay. Um female officer was shot five times and she's okay. Ah lot of it in the arm leg. There was one. That was the best stop. She was really same day out of the hospital. That is truly relief. But man, how many people Tad 16 lord, Five people stabbed one killed over Memorial Day weekend, which counts from Friday to Monday. And as we turn our attention to the Marion County prosecutor's office, this is such a coincidence. Right? So I'm looking at some information presented by the Fraternal Order of police, and it looks like Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mirrors. All of a sudden has decided to, uh, get a lot of these red flag cases in courts. Hmm. Man wonder why that is because he screwed up the FedEx situation. All eyes were looking on him. And basically a judge had to say, Let's just eliminate this dude from the process that couldn't possibly be. Why all of a sudden you're seeing Ah, lot of these red flag cases make their way to an actual court. Is it Weird How that works out. People did go to the movies over the holiday weekend. I think there's really much out there. But the movie a quiet place, Part two. Brought in 57 Million, which shatters a pandemic box office record. That's the E mean it's Emily Blunt and What have you seen A quiet place? Kyle. The first one? Yeah, I thought it was really good. And so a quiet place, but I've never seen the first one. I heard it shouldn't be just called a quieter place. A lot of looking like these movies that are out in theaters like the wrath of man. You're that one's stayed in guy. Ritchie's the director. I'd like to see it, actually, um, there's a Disney one hours a couple Disney ones out crew. Ella, Um, there's this week Has anybody seen spiral with Chris Rock? I've never heard of any of this. This. It's like Chris Rock in a horror movie like from From the From the Makers of Saul. No. You ever heard of that one? No, I'm hoping we can eventually get back to the Memorial Day weekend where, like Batman movies and.

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"nef" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"nef" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

"But he's got man flu and he said you know it's it's even worse because i'm actually acting like a man with man. Flew like taking the mickey himself. And i said sarcastically back. I was like yeah. No own. Mothers have to do is lukavizta. Children run a house work as well quite often. Pay all the bills. Do all the schooling stuff etcetera. We've got so difficult compared to them being sarcastic. So did you have any other moments where you were struggling to balance the work and the being a mother. Yeah i mean at that point. It was if it was sick or something Nursery was me. Hats Obviously the content was just an expectation in my husband's in a full-time joke. He's trying to defend his career and stuff. So kind of. I guess you get that feeding where My career doesn't match so much consecutive these things. Because i'm the mom. Mrs expected of me so yet that that was touted What was even more of a challenge is pregnant on the h. g. started again and it started earlier so had to disclose my pregnancy quite early on to my my manages. And i go i got it was to the I couldn't drive into what can even sit in the room because his if the coffee machine when i have to leave in be sick so they let me what face wet from home. Because i had to When i've been pregnant had to go medication but on neo-nazi anything that kind of alleviates it and it's quite hauch medications. It makes you feel sleepy. So i basically got written off work for like two three weeks oversee than managing told learn trying to take her to mastery. We had how smooth as well. We'll house in another part of manchester. Is that kind of that. Trying to manage that while being horrifically sick and yeah that that was the roach edgy. One of my motivation for doing this. Podcast was i remember having to assess a presentation on a level three course about four years ago a mother who had been a journalist and had.

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"nef" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

05:45 min | 8 months ago

"nef" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

"I had some absolutely shocking advice. The main thing that my careers advisers wanted to achieve was for me not to follow this crazy dream that i had of tennis and so they threw the kitchen sink at me. And this'll make you laugh. I remember very filling out a form that went into computer. Now this is one thousand nine hundred ninety so this is computers with size my house and the fill this form in the pre dates into the computer and spat out what we'd be a great career or me right now. I can clearly remember one of the questions being. Do you like animals. And my answer was no and one of the careers thing that came out of this amazing computer program was the i should be zookeeper beverages bursting laughing in life. Who was the head of my house. And i'm one of the questions was do you like animals and i said no and i'm going to be a zookeeper and the actually tried to set me up with work experience in like they actually tried to get me and i had to. I had to cancel the the day of a pet shop assistant or wherever experience. So enemy of coming up with all the embarrassing stories in recent podcast. So the so you've done sports science and did you keep your hand in with tennis coaching. Well you were doing that. At this point. I hadn't done any coaching levels or anything Lead his cool so godwin defended equivalent back later so once i once i complete my degree basically in my final year. I'd grady took a took a real interest in psychology sociology stuff. I ended up being my dissertation on the the effect of Check this out the negative self talk on the performance of junior tennis players Experience of matches. I absolutely loved it. You know doing in a stephanie. Already loved Soda coup nature of these experiments and seeing the results in analyzing the results in stuff i ended up Good level degree. And then. I really wanted to study psychology pastas again. Still very much nece infancy donate university miami. That did it with brunell who will at the time off rivals if the university then like we had to have some sort of experience and coaching or being in the world of spook full than What do i do. Like where do i come from. Hit said that. I decided to do the leaving university Luckily they were running one at westwood. So i kind of always had my shoe in with swagger Times hit with people that are I was living at higher It was also quite likely to me. and yeah. I just got caught up with coaching and didn't end up to monsters. What what would the conclusions of your dissertation. Can you remember for the main things were i think it was. It was miceli negligible..

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"nef" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"nef" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

"My tennis journal. Podcast is ladder as neves pronounced it. Right didn't intro. So how you doing letter. I'm alright yeah just hanging in there. And i was just crazy year. Being for you in kovic Do well it's been a challenge. Obviously as a as a mom at hardwood take kids. I also trying to start a business actually also having a a move into technically international from ghanzi to the uk and yet you know obviously with the back and forth with schools opening and closing. It's been tough on the kids and yet as a mom just trying to trying to keep that. Going unforeseen Tennis in a slight slight veering towards normality this week. Yes it's another normal to get used. Civilly net were so. Let me get this right. So in the year of couva dhs or video different reasons you decided to start a new business and move from guernsey to mainland uk punishment..

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Farfetch Founder José Neves Unpacks His Newest Partnership with Alibaba and Richemont

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:11 min | 9 months ago

Farfetch Founder José Neves Unpacks His Newest Partnership with Alibaba and Richemont

"Stick investment was theme seven in this year's report on the state of fashion 2021 it offered a prediction that companies will begin maneuvering for the post pandemic reality to grow market share and expand their capabilities. But in fact it is already happening. The recent landmark deal with far fetch alibaba richemont and carrying is a case in point. I it brings together two rival luxury goods groups respond carrying who both invested in farfetched. But there's also added interests because riche mont is also the owner bucs neta portait group a major rival too far fetch. Now i'm joined by josie neva's founder and chief executive of farfetched. Who's in some paolo today. As well as mike evans president of alibaba who joins us mexico in this their first joint conversation. They'll help us to understand the anatomy of this megadeal and what it portends for the global luxury e commerce space. Welcome to you. Both josie and mike josie. I wanted to start with you. I you know this is a deal that really took the industry by surprise. Some of our reporters kind of dropped the mic on slack and other places like where did this deal come from. So in the first instance can you just give us a sense of the genesis of this megadeal. How did it happen sure Think the channels of the deal was compensation which you i will never forget about the station with daniel jank and the conversation just understand the chinese online luxury market In both electric pavilion was doing private. China was doing and we ended up staying for a long time much longer than what we expected and what what was clear was while three things first. We think as tech businesses we add technology bathrooms not retailers. And and we really are at the service of the best brands and the best relates to really enable them. We're here to enable industries and that ito's was very very striking because we're not here to replace physical rebuilt for example firefights spotted with physical retail. That's that's what we did since they when we continue to have. We started the future new retail. Very much believe in in how we reinvent the magic Physical retail and. It's the same with alibaba. actually so they. they add enabling tens of thousands of physical retailers in china knocking luxury but in other countries with went single platform. So that was when the second walls china and how combined shining. Fox's we could have a win win proposition for consumers and also for brands and retailers in that in that market and said when whilst the global nature of this deal that we should really join forces to create this vision of luxury new retail new retail his alibaba strategy out mentors retail whilst fash strategy luxury new retail is the combination of

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Woman, 2 pets found dead after Albany Park apartment fire, Chicago

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Woman, 2 pets found dead after Albany Park apartment fire, Chicago

"In an Albany park apartment after firefighters were called to the building. For a fire in the 4400 block of North Lawndale this morning. Chicago Fire Department says the 44 year old Corrina Neves died at the scene. The fire was confined to just one apartment. The cause is under investigation. WGN

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The secrets we keep

Ladies, We Need To Talk

04:32 min | 1 year ago

The secrets we keep

"He's a bit of a list of the kinds of secrets. Jillian his the most a shame about some floor that the person imagines that they actually have because we keep secrets from ourselves. As well you me so infidelity is a common one feeling anim-. Pasta is often a secret that people have men and women like sort of stereotypes too much. But let's just indulge for the moment in the stereotype. I think men very often have the impostor syndrome that they performing as OPEC inside the field theory small or not competent and they have to keep that a secret from everybody in the workplace women. Mark of the NEF secrets about their anxieties about attractiveness or they might keep secrets about that. They're not quite tuned on the partners. The bottom I think they are also secrets about history that people not being sexually abused as children and it's interesting that the shame comes to rest with the victim often and not the perpetrator and they can be very anxious about that and the reasons because if they disclose it often they become defined by other people as the victim of sexual abuse and the complexity of you that are lost. Mental illness in the family is often hidden. So if these relative. That's Paolo who somebody has committed suicide. These often very very unfortunately and sadly and that's changing somewhat but the a lot of secrets around that as well Jill. I'm thinking about things I haven't disclosed to people like my partner and I don't know if it's fear of the consequences so much as just not wanting to talk about it. Can sometimes it just be private? I definitely believe that we need privacy. Because that's what we all made so that people can treat thoughts. We are definitely entitled to have our own inner subjectivity and earn in a lives. I would ask if you were in the rooms with me. Is the particular reason why you would prefer not to talk if you naturally introverted. That's fine but I think in the therapy space probes. Bit Foods are in circa. Was it important to you not to talk? What does it give you not talk? And it may indeed. You're not to talk that you don't have to feel everything has to be in the sheet space. And what would happen if you did talk because I think with social media we all having Leeson Leeson lease province face so DEB's opposite space from your partner fields to me a positive to what about the secrets that we keep from ourselves where we mytalk from ourselves for example that we angry people we might hard from ourselves that while we say that we are passionate about climate change we don't actually stopped going on Earth. Z's holiday in the plane that's putting a lot of emissions into the air we can't SOCI- eight from that bit in order to protect ourselves. Have you been looking at my passport? I know you be up in looking at my own. Always use the exhaust until said. I'm guilty so secrets aren't just about holding. In the fact that you know your best friend had an affair or that you have a Chinese character tattooed on your ass cheeks. Those are the things that you don't necessarily wanNA share with everyone but secrets ulcer. Include stuff that we're keeping from ourselves it's what therapists coal cognitive dissonance. Basically where you think one thing but do another like people who say. I'm really into healthy living while drinking two bottles of wine. It's not being honest with yourself but let's get back to secrets because they had tasty right and even sitting he now. I'm realizing that I have a few secrets of my own. That are buried so deep. It's actually like they've almost disappeared. Researches from Columbia University in the states have a website called keeping secrets dot org which has worked out the top. Thirty eight secrets people normally keep and they're not all negative. They include the secret people. Keep when they're planning to propose marriage and secret work envisions high up on the list. Is Secrecy about finances but predictably some of the most common secrets people keep About

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Proclamation is very important our community services in everything that we do for the community is to live out the gospel so we can help them understand the bible but our goal is to proclaim and the moment we stopped proclaiming. And we just wanna be another christian nation. We lost our prophetic voice. And it's tragic to when that happens that's powerful. Thank you for that. That is I hadn't even thought about branding that way. And it's a it's a topic. I interact with a lot so i thank you for that. That that brooks miss in my mind too so last question for us. We like to leave our listeners. With something practical that they can follow up with so if they want to learn more about branding digital marketing. What are some resources. What are some books. They can dive into anything like that. Okay so I'll give you our official website for the identity of the adventist church and the website is identity dot adventist dot org k. If you're interested in copywriting if you're interested in marketing the best marketing framework. That we found is story brand by a guy called donald miller. There is a good book on amazon. That you can. You can download and and and see and read and a lot of online resources to so for framework for marketing. donald miller it will help with sermons. it will help with framing the conversation so that people will listen it. Donald miller really helps to clarify your message. It's incredible Those are two resources would point people to awesome. Well thank you so much stanford coming on. This has been an awesome conversation. Thank can i'm looking forward to seeing how the adventist church really dives into the digital world in the coming years and thank you for your work as well. Thank you very much pleasure guys. Thanks so much for listening to the lead. Podcast my name is ryan becker. I'm one of the co host and producer of this podcast. And we really appreciate your support if you want to subscribe. Then you can find us on itunes stitcher any of your favorite pod catching apps and if you do subscribe on itunes than we just ask you. Please leave a review. That really helps us out to know what we can do. Better and the things that you are already enjoying the things that we can continue doing. Make sure you do subscribe and leave a review because we're always doing giveaways and that really. That's the way that we do. Is we do it for those. Who have left a review if you have any comments questions or feedback for the show. You can us lead. Su podcast at gmail.com. Or you can find us on twitter roger hernandez at lead. Scu and myself at ryan. One eight zero becker. Thank you guys so much for listening in supporting without you. This is not possible. We'll see next time.

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Means. That's the the the trust frost that the world has in those organizations so branding is directly related to your promise if you promise love as a church all we're gonna promise love. Do you have the courage to promise love that. Every adventist church will love you when you arrive that every adventist member will love you just is look at our online conversations. We struggle to love yeah k. so natural church development okay. It's it's a tool to measure and cd. Do you know what the lowest lowest score is. In every adventure church measured. I don't low the lowest one is loving relationships. I could've guessed that so so if you promise love and clearly we're not delivering on love. What do you think's gonna happen to the people that go to church. They'll leave caso so hope. We've been promising hope for twenty years do you can you really promise and expect that every adventist church that you go to the sermon will will as you walk out the door. You'll be more hopeful. I i don't have the courage to promise some of our churches. Honestly the service will suck the life out of you yeah but but you will know more about the bible when you leave when you arrived. If you pay attention okay so our calling to the world remember number jesus called us to be. I'm to proclaim in a loud voice to everyone so if you take the parable of the ten virgins i think many adventists believe leave that we are the five virgins who who who slept had the oil that that's our belief well my understanding understanding of prophecy. Is that no we're not. We're the boy that runs in front of the groom screaming. He's coming. He's coming. We wait cop. The virgins essentially ashley okay so that's a different perspective and if we hit a proclaiming a loud voice to wake up the world to the fact that jesus coming well then our role is different rent then proclamation is very important our community services in everything that we do for the community is to live out the gospel so we can help them understand the bible but our goal is to proclaim and the moment we stop proclaiming and we just wanna be be another christian denomination. We lost our prophetic voice and it's tragic to win that happens. That's powerful. Thank you for that. That is <hes>. I hadn't even thought about branding that way and it's a it's a topic. I interact with a lot so i thank you for that that that brooks amiss in my mind too <hes> so last question for us. We like to leave our our our listeners with something practical that they can follow up with so if they want to learn more about branding digital marketing. What are some resources what are some books they can dive into anything like that. Okay so so <hes> i'll give you our official website for the identity of the adventist church and the website is identity dot adventist dot org if you're interested in copywriting if you're interested in marketing the best marketing framework that we found is story brand by a guy called donald miller or is a good book on amazon that you can you can download and and and see and read and a a lot of online resources to so for framework for marketing donald miller it will help with sermons it will help with framing the conversation so that people will listen uh-huh. Donald miller really helps you to clarify your message. It's incredible <hes> those two resources that would point people to awesome awesome well. Thank you so much stanford coming on. This has been awesome conversation thank you i'm looking forward to seeing how the adventist church really dives into the digital world in the coming years and thank you for your here work as well. Thank you very much pleasure. Hey guys thanks so much for listening to the lead podcast. My name is ryan becker on one of the co host and producer of this podcast and we really appreciate your support. If you want to subscribe then you can find us on itunes stitcher

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"We are known for this and when they see the symbol of the church. Oh adventist bible. We used to be known as the people of the book and yeah right And and research shows that a lot of people associated with that not with hope we've been focusing on hope for awhile and and when we asked people on the streets adventist church which words come to mind. hope didn't feature You know everybody. Bible bible with known for this or that promise. It took a long while hundreds of hours of conversations to define that. So that's a tool powerful tool that. I think local church pastors could use. Wow that's great. Thank you for that So just two more questions for you as we kind of wind down here The the first of which is talked about a logo is and i think there's a there's a misunderstanding or or or Kind of a misconception. Around the idea of branding everyone thinks branding is just visual is just logo. So can you break that myth for us and and and help us understand. What is the. you've already explained. What a logo is. So that's that's good. But what is branding an entire idea. How do we how do we interact with. that idea. branding is how much trust. Is there any given organization. How much trust is given to an organization. So how do people feel when they see when they encounter any touch point of that brand so it could be seen. The logo could be visiting shop. It could be in our case. Visiting church could be meeting and adventist in a public space. All of those touch points. How much trust do people have with that brand so and you can value this. you know. there's a tangible value to this. So amazon is valued at one hundred fifty billion the most valuable brand in two thousand eighteen. Well okay. that's a lot of money okay. And this doesn't include any factories. It doesn't include any distribution centers. That's just the name. Wow one hundred..

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Community service or whatever community activity there is an even on a sabbath morning you start with <hes> this project is brought to you by the seventh day adventist church and if you don't know much about the adventist let me tell you this. We're here to help you understand the bible to find freedom healing and hope in jesus so if you ever go through a difficult time in your life and you're willing to explore the bible and understand what god may be saying to you then talk to us because we have helped millions of people understand the bible and we can help you too now. Let's play basketball and you do this week and next week and the following week and the following week because at some point somebody who's coming. There may be a year from now. They're going gonna be a difficult situation and they're willing to wonder what is it that possibly people seen this christian in the bible and so on and when they do they need you to remember that no one explains the bible better than adventists and so they come back to us so it's a drip drip drip drip drip drip until you own that authority not yet and we have a couple of things to say about the bible so this is what we do so that tool that sentence that that positioning statement. I'm understand dan the bible. That's what we're about then over time. It creates a sense of of biblical awareness in the community we are known for for this and when they see the symbol of the church oh adventist bible we used to be known as the people of the book and yeah right <hes> and and research shows that a lot of people still associated with that not with hope we've been focusing on hope for awhile and and when we asked people on the streets adventist church which words come to your mind hope didn't feature <hes> you know everybody ge- bible bible we're known for this or that promise. It took a long while hundreds of hours of conversations to define that so that's a tool powerful tool that i think local church pastors could use wow that's great. Thank you for that <hes> so just two more questions for you as we kind of wind down here <hes> the the first of which is talked about what a logo is and i think there's a there's there's a misunderstanding or or or <hes> kind of a misconception around the idea of branding. Everyone thinks branding is just visual is just logo so can you break that myth for us and and and help us understand what is the. You've already explained what a logo is so that's that's good but what is branding as an entire idea. How do we how do we interact with that idea. Doc branding is how much trust is there in a given organization. How much trust is given to an organization so how do people feel when they see when they encounter any touch point of that brand so it could be seen the logo could be visiting a shop. It could be in our case visiting church. It could be meeting an adventist in a public space all of those touch points how much trust do people have with that brand and so and you value this. You know there's a tangible value to this or amazon is valued at one hundred fifty billion most valuable brand in twenty the eighteen wow that's a lot of money okay and this doesn't include any factories. It does include any distribution centers. That's just the name well one hundred and fifty going apple comes right behind with one hundred and forty nine billion in google after that honor and forty eight billion so this is what does that mean it means..

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"No that's that's encouraging for me to hear as a millennial as someone who Most of my friends no longer really tie themselves to the organization. Side the institution of advent ism. So faith has become this. This much more nebulous idea and you know less. Concrete lasts less something. I can visibly see and it's much more personal interactions with through online interaction through online engagement. And so for me. I feel very. I did not know before today. Before before i had had seen. You hear dc three that that we even had someone really paying attention to that at the dc level. I didn't know part of that my fault for not really engaging too but it is very very hopeful for me to to see us. Starting that conversation how can we. How can we leverage this space for the good for the gospel for the good work and and for spreading. Jesus name so you know. Thank you for what you're doing..

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"<hes> <hes> show in that process isis. They're very few that are going through the entire funnel and for example. If we want people to become seventh day adventist. Have you ever been on a website with a call to action become an adventist. Why not you see yeah so we're very good from the pulpit to lead people to a decision but in a digital format. We never learned that art and we're starting to do that now. <hes> there are some institutions that are leading in this process i think eight w._r. Her is out of all institutions. The one that is most serious about digital does digital revolution by far and they're willing to put all of their resources sources to to invest in this and to move toward this <hes> and then of course you have hope channel you have it is written voice of prophecy. You have all of the other entities that are also trying very hard to to make this work. <hes> south america has a very integrated system that they've learned a lot from and i don't yeah so australia there many good projects happening no that's that's encouraging for me to hear as a millennial as someone who <hes> most of my friends no longer really tie themselves to the organization side the institution of adventist him so faith has become this this much more nebulous idea and <hes> you know less concrete lasts less something i can visibly see and it's much more personal interactions with through online interaction through online engagement and so for me. I feel very i did not know before today before before i had had seen you here at c. Three that that we even had someone really really paying attention to that at the d._c. Level i didn't know part of that my fault for not really engaging too but it is very very hopeful for me to to see us starting that conversation how can we how can we leverage this space for the good for the gospel for the good work and for spreading jesus name so you know thank you for what you're doing and and and for being involved in this <hes> praise god for that so what are you. You've already referenced like the getting a a movie camera. <hes> what are some other helpful tools that pastors can utilize youtube is free which is a wonderful thing <hes> but what yeah what are some other tools or resources that the pastors can utilize for this. I think that the most powerful resource a pasta could use is what we call the promise promise k. so we've we've gone through the last eighteen months trying to define what is our promise to the world and the reason we need a promises that the world has become very confusing. Okay so you mentioned your friends. They're confused and most millennials are confused about everything because <hes> the world is very complex. We are bombarded on boarded by five thousand messages a date trying to convince us to do something <hes> and branded messages at that so you have the fall of institutions yeah yeah and the rise of brands k. so we we've never trusted institutions less but we've never trusted brands more k. Okay so that's the point of branding the adventist church. We have done a very bad job of brandy yeah to the point that we don't connect with the brand. Most people think that you know tell me about the seventh day adventist church well. You have the general conference and no our brand is in our organizational structure. You got it wrong. Our brand isn't a logo either. The local just represents all the feelings and all of the belief systems and all of of our heart and our mind in our bodies even that are dedicated to this message and that's what the logo represents the symbol of the seventh day adventist church much..

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"God has given so much pasta to to to present to people in a way that would enrich their lives. Just put a camera in front of you in gopher it today. I'm speaking to two young mothers whose young single moms who are struggling with parenting. Okay then say something. Breathe life into the into their lives. You know read a passage of scripture that brings hope to them or have practical advice that so any issue that you are passionate about imposters are passionate about different things. Just bring that out and then mentioning on a sabbath morning this week on youtube i noticed that and every week you mentioned your channel every single week you mentioned your channel and then suddenly people will see that. That's where the conversation is happening. That's that's important and then it was slowly grow. Yeah but no committees no committees. Thank you for that. Thank you for that. I can't stand so many committees. So you're in tune with the digital marketing. You've you've you've looked at some stats regarding adverse and and can aware we are so for those who are looking for inspiration for those who are looking at. How can i engage with the the adventist conversation online to on youtube or others What are some current who are some current content creators that you might point people to what are some current youtube channels or or any social media really any any creators that that are out there. Okay so we've got Justin justin cole. He is his youtube channel. Is called that christian vlogger And he he doesn't have A very overt. I'm a seventh day. Adventist therefore no. He is a christian. Who's answering questions from the bible but of course all the time people ask you what your and he's very open very clear i'm a seventh adventist. Sabbath is important to me. Tell you and he goes through the bible so over the last year or two he had two and a half thousand people who said i want bible studies. That's an incredible amount of people that are that are. Yeah you know willing to study the bible based on a youtube channel. So that's one that i that i admire a lot You also have. What's up groups in namibia for example who are battling and planting churches through. What's up because the person receives the messages they love it. They start listening with groups of people in their homes. But then there's no adventist church near them. What did they do. So the whatsapp group tells them well invite more friends. And let's start a church in your house my house. Yes so they're what's church is being formed. Wow and it's really cool because they let's say sabbath school somebody that is remotely because the whole thing is remotely happens remotely you press the audio record in. What's up and say welcome to savage school today. We're going to discuss this that and the other and then they let gold. That audio goes when people receive that audio. The person who's doing the cyber school noses their turn and so they have this ace synchronous way of everybody taking part in this digital sabah's school lesson over what's up and here's the beautiful part if people have slow internet connection..

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Just put a camera in front of you in gopher it today. I'm speaking to two young mothers whose young single moms who are struggling with parenting okay then say say something breathe life into the into their lives. You know read a passage of scripture that brings hope to them or have practical advice that so any issue that you are passionate about imposters are passionate about different things just bring that out and then mention it on a sabbath morning this week on youtube. I noticed that and every week you mentioned your channel channel every single week you mentioned your channel and then suddenly people will see that that's where the conversation is happening. That's that's important and then it will slowly grow yeah <hes> but no committees no committees. Thank you for that. Thank you for that. I can't stand so many candidates so you're in tune with the digital marketing you've you've you've looked at some stats regarding adverse and and kind of where we are so for those who are looking for inspiration for those who are looking at how can i engage engage with the adventist conversation online to on youtube or others <hes> what are some current who are some current content creators that you might point people to what are some current youtube youtube channels or or any social media really any any creators that that are out there okay so we've got <hes> justin justin cole he his his youtube channel is called that christian vlogger <hes> and he he doesn't have <hes> a very overt. I'm a seventh day adventist therefore no he is a christian who's answering questions from the bible but of course all the time people ask you know so. What's your and his very open very clear. I'm sevens adventist will the sabbath is important to me tell you why and he goes through the bible so over the last year or two he had two and a half thousand people who said i wanna bible studies. That's an incredible amount of people that are that are yeah you know willing to study the bible based on a youtube channel so that's one that i that i admire a lot. <hes> you also have what's up groups in namibia for example who are baptizing and planting churches churches through what's up because the person receives the messages they love it. They start listening with groups of people in their homes but then there's no adventist church near them. What did they do so the whatsapp group tells them well invite more friends and let's start a church in your house my house yes so there what's our church is being formed while <hes> and and it's really cool because they let say sabbath school somebody that is remotely because the whole thing is remotely happens. Remotely you press. It's the audio record in what's up and say welcome to savage school today. We're going to discuss this that and the other and then they let go that audio goes when people receive that audio the person who's doing the same school noses their turn and so they have this ace synchronous way of everybody taking part in this digital sabbath abbas school lesson over what's up and here's the beautiful part if people have slow internet connection. They're going to go through the whole thing when they receive it when they're in giant receives it so it's a it's a fantastic creative way of of spreading the message essentially wow that's awesome so <hes> i i love that i love that we're getting on youtube and i watched that. Christian vlogger watched justin. He's become a friend of mine and he's someone that's really cool and when i would also encourage checking out and interacting with his content so what are some adventist entities in addition into the church playing that you just talked about what are some advocates entities doing digital work well or that are a good example of digital marketing. This can be anything it doesn't necessarily but just anything in the digital sphere well. We are beginning that conversation so it's not something that adventist list are particularly fantastic about because marketing is very different from just putting content out and hoping for the best absolutely no you need. You need that funnel you. You need to first of all be found by people then you need the people that find you to engage with you and and that's why we call it a funnel because there's always less people in the next step not everybody that goes to your website connect with you..

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"I don't advise church postures to become digital specialists. It's that's not their job. yeah. I don't try. Don't try to read everything that is there about digital don't delve into that world And so in that. That's a mistake. I believe i think posters should have their own youtube channel because that's what conversations are having. The conversation is not happening in the marketplace any longer that is the new marketplace. Yeah and if it was good enough for paul to go to the marketplace. I think it should be good enough for all of our postures each and every one of them To to have a youtube channel that discusses various issues. You know that that are relevant to the posture that given point and it could be. I'm i just last week. I preached a sermon about this. Because of three things that i've seen one two three and i think that matters so if they write a title in very compelling way of that video youtube we'll keep sending people their way all the time and they will start having followers and subscribers and then they but it is it is a community so have somebody that will answer questions and and keep that you know alive and well if pasta is spending more than a few hours on digital every week if it's not direct ministry than i think it's it may not be what they want. They want to be in the real world physical present with people in his based on that they will have power to you know. Go out to a cameron will. And i think that that actually opens up another door for people getting The younger crowd involved in things at churches is..

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"I think bare minimum they should have a good facebook page that connects the community he <hes> in one way or another. That's still very very powerful. <hes> i think that youtube is also very powerful and every church should have at least least one member that is constantly on youtube it could be a matter of their interest or it could be the posture himself answering questions that people may have about that week's topic topic <hes> they will find a crowd there will be people that will be searching for those questions <hes> so that will be very quick very simple very easy way to to be digital immediately absolutely and i think to everyone is always so afraid of the cost of it and what it costs but honestly i think content creation in general never never been cheaper than it is now buying equipment and getting started has been <hes> has has become cheaper and cheaper and i think it will continue to be that way and become more accessible muscle yeah so then now. Let's get more specific to to those who really listen to this. <hes> what bare minimum should every church pastor be doing online online. I don't advise church postures to become digital specialists. It's that's not their job. Yeah don't don't try. Don't try to read everything that is there about digital. Don't delve into that world <hes> and so in that that's a mistake i believe i think posters should have their own youtube channel because that's what conversations are having the conversation is not happening in the marketplace any longer that is the new marketplace yeah and if it was good enough for paul to go to the marketplace i think it should be good enough for all of our postures each and every one of them <hes> to to have a youtube channel hannele that discusses various issues you know that that are relevant to the posture that given point and it could be. I'm i just last week. I preached a sermon about this because of three things that i've seen one two three and i think that matters so if they write the title in a very compelling way of that video youtube we'll keep sending people their way all the time and they will start having followers and subscribers and then they but it is it is a community so have somebody that we'll answer questions and and keep that alive and well if posture is spending more than a few hours on digital deliver week <hes> if it's not direct ministry than i think it's. It may not be what they want. They want to be in the real world the physical present with people in his based on that they will have power to you know go out to a cameron dwell and i think that that actually opens up another door horford people getting the younger crowd involved in things at churches is if you don't understand start asking questions to people who might so i i absolutely i agree with that. So what what gave you a passion for digital marketing and branding. What was it that instilled that in you. Was it something that came as a result of your appointment or or was it something that had already been in you for a while that that's a great question. I mean recently. I've been spoiled because the team that i work with is so oh incredible and they're so on top of the they are on top of their game. You know you talk to them and just blow your mind and and the people that have been part of this project that we've would the branding and digital marketing of the.

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Welcome to the lead. Podcast helping you to get it. Grow it and give it. We'll come back to the podcast here at ease c. Three in collegeville tennessee bulk recording season. Three and today. I have a really cool with me. He just presented this morning. And we're gonna talk a bit about the presentation. He had on digital evangelism branding and being online and this is Sam nevis is. Do i have the okay great. This is fantastic. I forgot to confirm that before we started. But i'm thank you so much for joining us. That's all right my pleasure and so tell us a bit about who you are and where you are currently what you're doing For the church. Currently so i am the associate director of communication for the seventh day. Adventist church globally. Recall that the general conference as yeah everyone. Listen this podcast. Understands what that means. And i my main responsibilities are branding and digital marketing for the adventist church. Awesome that's fantastic. I'm really glad that we have someone fully dedicated to that. That's the millennial in me So let's let's break this down especially for passengers who may not really have done a whole lot in the digital sphere and digital space. But but what would you. How would you define digital evangelism digital evangelism. That a great question. So a few years ago i was asked in fact when when i was called at a general conference in an interview similar to this i was asked about digital evangelism and i said there is no such thing as digital evangelism. Because you need people you know you need a hug. In order to trust and and without that there is no such thing as digital discipleship. That's just a myth. And then i went to brazil and a guy. Listen to this interview and said can have your whatsapp number. They use that a lot and for the next year. He started sending me constant screen shots of people that are that were sharing from the depth of their heart on facebook right so he answered the questions on the official church page for for brazil and there were within weeks were sharing. I've got this issue. I don't know how to tell my my father things that took four years for people to start sharing with me in a local churches their pasta. Yeah it suddenly. All of that came out in in digital. So this guy has single handily changed my mind about this process but he did something different instead of just responding to people's questions he contacted them every week he led the relationship he never let go and the following week. They'll be attacked the following week. We've prayed for you the following weeks or anything we so this constance just like a normal relationship that you would have was paramount to people being led online and now the the baptized last year. An average of three per day just from facebook alone so this this matters and and the digital is real digital is not virtual so virtual. You're talking to a computer. Digital is just a tool that connects real people with real people they're not constrained to space. And that is what matters great. So that's actually a really powerful answer. I love it i And i i love that someone took it upon themselves to really kind of just change your mind on it. What are some misconceptions..

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"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Following. We've prayed for you the following weeks or anything that we so this constance just like a normal relationship that you would have was paramount to people being led online and now the the bob ties last year and average of three per day just from facebook alone so this this matters and the digital is is real digital is not virtual so virtual talking to a computer digital is just a tool that connects real people with real. You'll people <hes> <hes> they're not constrained to space and that is what matters great so. That's actually a really powerful answer. I love it. I <hes> <hes> and i i love that someone took it upon themselves to really kind of. Just change your mind on it. <hes> what are what are some misconceptions that people have about digital evangelism well that if there are many misconceptions in fact we live in misconception so people do you have on one end of the spectrum like i was. There's no such search thing is digital. Let's not full ourselves <hes> and then you have those who think that digital is dangerous and we shouldn't touch it but most most people just ignore it. They just don't don't feel they don't sense the power and the possibility within digital and and that's the group that most imposters find themselves in they kind of know it's important but they just can't be bothered and they don't do it. Yeah that makes sense so what then and bare minimum right if we were gonna say like everyone should be doing this <hes> everyone should be doing the ideal but what bare minimum should every church be doing online online digital marketing evangelism all of it. What what what should they be doing bare minimum..

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"nef" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"nef" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"So someone had murdered someone in and decapitated them and put the head in the castle, and it was a Colt related thing or not. That minister that said that he was doing things with the devil. Do you think that he was, you know, doing this spirit transference from credentials in that he was actually in cahoots with the devil? Well, I know he was doing some strange experiments. I can't I can't say whether he was in cahoots with the devil. But anyone during that period of time that was doing anything, you know, related to science or any anything off the mainstream would be, you know, they would automatically associate them with being in league with a double. But I'm sure he was doing it sounds like he was doing some very very strange things in on the topic of genetic engineering as Solomon said there's nothing new under the sun. And if we look back to the ancient biblical times where talks about the NEF alum the phones of God coming into the daughters of men during the giants, you have the book of knock that goes into that extensively. You have the Greeks talking about the is the hybrid of animal and human have the ancient Samaritan story of Gilgamesh, and it sounded like he was almost genetically engineered part human part died. You have the titans. This team runs throughout history making Egypt where you have Auchan not where they're doing some genetic testing on him to see if a perhaps at extraterrestrial beings, maybe did engineering on him to enhance his his brain. So I think that this goes back to steam goes through throughout our history, and pose this question to you, CLYDE. So I if the engineers like sich and others claim come came down, and they created man or they had a hand in it. In fact, wouldn't wouldn't it be instilled within us to to create like, our engineers are creators? Yes. I think that's the thing. That's the point. I think that when it said, multiply and replenish the earth. Sure, we look at it. From a natural sense, multiplying, replenish, the Kudo. Also mean genetic design where we learn the secrets of genetic designing we don't abuse that power. We certainly can multiply and replenish. Theorist when when women are barren and men are barren, and that is something that I haven't thought about with regard to you know, being Johnny Appleseed space. What if we could spread creation throughout the cosmos, and that would be our next step? Not only multiplying replenishing the earth. But we have plenty of planets out there that need to be seated plenty of planets Tara formed and reading about tighten the other day. And how you know titan would be a great place to live with just change the the the atmosphere. It would be perfect to live there. And so there are many places that they're finding now they're confident the life can be there. But they just haven't come to grips with the idea. So they haven't said anything yet. That's interesting. You say the word titan 'cause you think of titan like the Greek titan, right? If that was like the gods. And you know, you were talking about the the whole seeding of our species in that goes also in it too in Japan spur, where many people leave that's how you know could be house species on this planet were seated. But then also if you look at at humankind now, and what we're doing with artificial intelligence, especially I'm sure the military, obviously has this technology, and God only knows what they're doing things. Like, we're held bent creating an intelligence that will eventually replace us walking y'all just machine like I said organic organic situation. Yes. Where we make an animal that smarter, but we make another human being this martyr..

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Colin Firth's wife Livia admits to having affair with alleged stalker

Steve Klamkin and the Saturday Morning News

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Colin Firth's wife Livia admits to having affair with alleged stalker

"The part of the show where we play the birthday game a of your own plus arroyo's and the house she than the films than tapered turn at the birthday game but first club we check our interest famous mm let's start shall we with stars behaving badly long before act allegations against harvey weinstein surface last october bill cosby faced accusations of sexual assault for more than fifty women and the woman who played is oldest daughter on the cosby show never spoke out until now three years after his behavior first made headlines effect he's in the courts ali sabana who was sixteen when she uh became denise hawks to below on the cosby show and then as spinoff the different world tells nef of porter magazine there was no knowledge on my part about his specific actions but there was just energy and that type of sinister shadow energy cannot be conceived though i don't know she had a vibe maybe the fairway from uncle bill as a really fully explain things also oddly heather lock lear was arrested the couple of weeks ago new details emerge apparently she got into a with her boyfriend chris isler as she winds up getting arrested for onecount felony domestic violence and three counts of misdemeanor battery on a police officer she mixed up this mix it up on the cops when they arrived so she is awaiting whatever happens in the courts with her charges this heather locklear also um colin firth and his wife livio gucci oli as split for a time a few years ago when she took up with a guy who has turned into a stalker who sent naked pictures of her to her oscarwinning husband sowa this was between nineteen or two thousand fifteen in 2016 um so he had allegedly harassed her with frightening messages now police in rome are investigating according to the times of london the times of.

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