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"nha" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Very very cool I'm looking forward to to to following some more contests story. Sounds to me like a lot of the big contests and I've been asked not to talk too much about this until details final, but then a lot of the contests. We knowing love at various venues. I'll just leave it at that or finding a way to exist in an online forum this year. partnerships potentially between various thing WC increase potential amount of place, so as I get more details than I can share I I'm happy to do that, but that's the most fun of all Khalil when we have these these mid. Mid Majors will leading up to our our two biggest events, the NHA and the Breeders Cup betting challenge and ask people qualify and and win cash. I think people are going to be pleased to know that they can potentially play these events from the comfort of home. If all the ts get cross and I get dotted, so that's some pencil subject matter for an upcoming visits as as I. Hope to get back on your on your regular calendar now that are both of our lives, or or maybe settling down just a little bit. In the summer the summer months. Dead ahead, and the Saratoga seen, and I'm sure we'll do some shows again from from the track and that Up The depending on depending on what transpires and that that's still up in the air and Around Pete before seth joins US you mentioned the time spent with Jonathan this week and the posted that last night because I could tell by some some Ding, Dong, of. Of twitter posts. And thanks.
"nha" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Salads, the perfect touch on a hot summer day, whether today's a nice and shine a high around seventy eight then. A chance of shower or a storm either evening overnight. We'll see overnight. The low is sixty three than the mar- slight chance of rain storms. Otherwise, partly sunny and eighty five by Saturday sunny and eighty six and it's fifty two and feeling good at seven hundred wwl w wwl sports. Here's the reds weeks. RBI single bases-loaded in a tenth inning rallied, the reds to a six five win over the cubs last night. Cincinnati trail five to three in the eighth. One eight Hugh Ania Soir has tied the game with a two run Homer. But peak stepped up he was over four with three strikeouts. When he came to bat Nha bottom of the tenth with the sax loaded. The cubs using five infielders, how big of win is this, this amazing? And are we going for for tomorrow? Like a team the best we've been doing like a teen together. Bring nice moment and Fisher star praying and everybody's amazing. Now, we are trying to win get, and Joey Votto, says there were many stars in this one. Everybody takes part in to win and there has to be a new star of the game every day and you know week with the walk on Gina with that massive home run to tie back up and,.
"nha" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Them can a help making predictions about a flu. Can I help us a changing the behavior members, we can talk about that that in a more general sense? And I think also something that relates to a I is the data governance in in healthcare. It's very important. If we want to move forward in that direction. And if we want to deliver value, we basically have to a reform the current system in a direction that is conducive to a implementations into long-term. So I'll I'll be happy to talk about those as well in general sense. And maybe pick some you. Cases talk about those as well. Sure. Yeah. Would love to dive in and maybe this opportunity to to to park in and say folks, so so Balint spent some time at at Nha doing some some work there with AI and optimizing things, but not necessarily only optimization. But taking a look at what this technology could do for for members being covered by insurance. I love to hear from you lent. Maybe some examples that either there or or elsewhere, and how you improved outcomes are improved results through it. Sure. Sure. So so I will talk about some projects in general that I worked on the pasta end in in different a domains with different companies end one of the powerful thinks that AI provides us is to make predictions based on data, and if a company or a operations has access to some interesting data, and if you have an AIT more data science team that has the creative capacity to join the information streams coming from different domains. There's a lot of interesting data in the public domain that unfortunately has not been used utilized by many companies for a long time. If those are combined some interesting insights can be produced using I end producing those insights, excellent sufficient to produce be valued at a. I promises in realized in its full potential one has to use that inside enter into actionable items. So that's another layer on top of what the data science teams teams are delivering. So this is why I think it's essential that the AI operations are led by domain experts and really supported in a close collaborative manner by business leaders because there are different layers to whole ecosystem, and if it's run by one or the other Adere interesting pitfalls that one can get stuck into a I won't produce the full potential value that it it's promising so one specific areas, for instance, interest companies at many companies in the healthcare space are trying to modify a member behavior in a in a positive direction. So in order to do that you have to identify what? The psychological barriers are for particular member to not have healthy habits, and it is a very kind of a vague or gray area in a data is is is not plentiful in that domain, especially when it comes to member behavior. So how do you go about this? So there is there is a lot that I can offer in the space, for instance, if you want to make members more Druk, endurance, if you want to if you want members to stick to their specific Druk regiments, you have to understand what psychological barriers are in play here. In order to understand that there are different models that domain experts and academics have come up with one of them is the PD see value, which is a metric that zoo. Heeren particular patient is and you have to make predictions for the future of that particular member and AI. Has made contributions in debt area and we've been able to make predictions two or three weeks ahead of time for particular member. Specifically, if we have seen certain signals that are coming through that are indicative of that particular member to be a not drug adherence in the future. A we can customize the means to reach out to the particular member and give them an additional nudge that they need an even that customization that additional psychological nudge is being customized by machine learning algorithm. So this this is an interesting area where if a person has different chronic diseases at the same time the psychology is very different from two different members with the same chronic diseases. So it's it's a complicated problem..
"nha" Discussed on KTOK
"Be that bridge that connects Edinburgh, and by the definition of the Google analytics that you just spoke of HGTV took the side of ten percent. Don't you think about that? That's stupid is it shows you how incredibly strong that bully agenda is that what David and called the mafia. That says it you let them on your network. We're going to press against your at your advertisers. And we're going to try to get you guys lose all sorts of money and HD did they lost several million dollars because of our show and into the whole cancellation. And so that's what that's what Christians are running from our bible talks about that. If you're not following the Lord, then one we'll put one thousands of light. Thousand. Follow them. Yeah. You got it. But see if we fought God. Did he tells us look we can stand? I mean, Satan is aiming a gun at us. But it's it's an empty. It's got no power against us. We need to stand. And now is the time to do that. I've only got about a minute left is the Benham brothers NHA and make sure you're going good. David and Jason's book, it's called Bolden broken becoming the bridge between heaven and earth last question. I have to ask you because the viewers and the listeners wanna know, how are you today? How's business? How's life? We are doing very well our children thriving by God's grace. And we're still in business. We've got we're still flipping properties. We're expanding our portfolio of investments with multifamily and commercial single family. We're growing our growth bridge. It's been amazing. So we just want people to know that you need to stand boldly do on a platform of broken. So that our children and our children's children will enjoy the same freedoms and the same privileges that we enjoyed all of our lives. So keep standing strong. I want to give you the last word. Jason. Well, you know, this is our time. Dietrich bond hopper is dead and gone. The apostle Paul has served his time. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John they're not here anymore. But now is our time. Now is your time. Let's stand bowling. I think that's great. The name of the book is Bolden broken becoming the bridge between heaven and earth. It is David and Jason Benham. Let's do it again guys. I really appreciate the time. Absolutely. Thanks again. Just an incredible story, and they're still happy. They're still successful. They're fine. Network television show. But what happened to them is ridiculous? But it's sort of a sign of the times. Right. Eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero joepags dot com. Stay here. One thousand. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
"nha" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Be that bridge that connects Dirk and by the definition of the Google analytics that you just spoke of HGTV took the side of ten percent. That I think about that. Stupidest shows you how incredibly strong that bully agenda is David I called the mafia says it you let them on your network. We're going to press against your at your advertisers. And we're going to try to get you guys lose all sorts of money and HD did they lost several million dollars because of our show. That's what that's what Christians are running from our bible talks about that. If you're not following the Lord did one. We'll put one thousands of light. You gotta do. But if we God did he tells us, look, we can stay safe is aiming to us, but it's it's empty. It's got no power. This is we need to stand. And now is the time to do that. I've only got about a minute left is the Benham brothers NHA and make sure you're going get David Jason's book, it's called Bolden broken becoming the bridge between heaven and earth last question. I have to ask him because the viewers and the listeners wanna know. How are you today? House business house life. We are doing very well. Our children driving by God's grace. And we're still in business. We've got we're still clipping properties. We're expanding our portfolio of investments with multifamily commercial single family. We're growing brokerage. It's been amazing. So we just want people to know that you need to stand boldly do on a platform of broken. So that our children and our children's children will enjoy the same freedoms and the same privileges that we haven't enjoyed all of our lives. So keep standing strong. I wanna give you the last word Jason. Well, this is our time. Hopper is dead and gone. The apostle Paul his searches time. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John they're not here anymore. But now is our time. Now is your timeless. I think that's great. The name of the book is golden broken becoming the bridge.
"nha" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"And our coverage continues wall-to-wall Pete for Natale. Good morning. Good morning to you. Steve so exciting to be back here. Lot of great stories developing we call this, and I'll give credit to my friend and former colleague Matt bernird who who dubbed this day moving day. That's the that's the Gulf term for the cut. Exactly we've got moving day here at the NHA. And we've got a lot of stories. We've got a big leader who is a horse player who's very easy to root for and Robert Gilbert, we've got several players bidding to make history in terms of becoming the first two time NHCD winter we've got beloved veterans like Paul Sherman in the mix. There's a lot happening. We've got. Million dollar bonus in play to Rosen. The rookie exactly little red feather partner. There's a whole lot going on. And can't wait as we get going today to bring all the stuff to listeners in real time. Well, and Robert Gilbert already has padded his lead. There has not been a lot of major horses. I just actually sent out a little missive that showed the three horses the second race winner. Not about the nail at Akwa duct. Call me handsome at Tampa in their third eight any grand at fairgrounds in the first those three horses that actually had decent enough mutual returns. Combining the wind and place numbers. Fifteen fifty for the Akwa duct winter. Call me handsome. Brought back thirty forty combined and ain't Andy grand twenty forty everything else has been pretty pretty Muendane..
"nha" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Voice Roger here. Look at you. The skyscraper himself ready for another run at the NHA ten years, Ken straight, and this is the tenth one. Yeah. And most notably though about as close a set of heroin finishes as really any player on the contest scene. Yeah. Hopefully, get it done this year. Second twice. Second twice. I I don't think there's anybody else that can make that claim. No, I don't think. So there's been a lot of top ten multiple top ten finishes, but not not running second. And I forget who did you run second behind boy finished between Duke and Paul. And then behind Jim Benson. Okay. Okay. Wasn't here for their team came started coming. This is our our fifth. I was speculating I think the fifth year we broadcast from Vegas for the NFC and the contest continues to kind of morphine evolve and grow as well. And this year, they'll be a second ballroom downstairs they've done a big multi million dollar renovation. None of the room, but. But of the of the convention facility at the front doors could use could use a polishing the the ballrooms though downstairs they on the casino level and out toward the pool. First time the not that anybody's going in that pool unless you're a member of the polar bear club. Definitely it's freezing. Here. It's colder. I got the plane yesterday. It's colder here than it was when I left Albany New York was sixty over sixty on Tuesday when I left came here. It was like, wow. Last year was my first experience where I said, you know, what you better not leave the coat at home and bring a little bit Snowcap. They had snow apparently the other day other morning and the all the mountains are are are Snowcap. Yeah. It's crazy..
"nha" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"The NHA AD shuttle, but I believe complex for is ADP, h isn't it is that what it's using as the electron acceptors donor. Yes, I I need to possess from what you're saying. So people in the stand the whole purpose of that game three that is done with the foods that we eat is to generate electron donors. Electron donors are going to donate their lecturers do electron transport, and they're only two of them. They in the age and the FA the age and the innate primarily donates to different parts of the electron transport chasing. But the other one the the age only complex too. So you have two entry points complex one and two. And then, and that's why complex to doesn't span the full membrane at sort of sitting there only on the much smaller land complex, the largest one. So these is a key this about chemical K through this phenomenon because but we eat from an energy point of view. He just becoming electron dorms always count. We donate electrons to transport if we could do that we can celebrate reputation because the ultimate electric sector in nature is oxygen. And as what we go oxidation the Brazil removing electrons. And so maintain water. Out of out of all of oxygen, and these protons that are being donated is the ultimate by product of respiration. That's why we breathe out water vapor. And of course, all of this is in service of creating an electron gradient to then fuel the generation of Yeni triphosphate anti p. Yes, what they might have gone to have dawn his coupling, these affinity of oxygen take these electrons that are coming from the food that we eat into a closed system in which. The electri- when they are moving from one complex to the other. They are releasing what is gonna Pearl tongue that is positive recharge and these trap in that inter membrane between the two membranes humane. John they held it on the one and the mattress of the might the Qendra. They more inner malls portion is primarily negative in electrical charge, ions are negative soul. These tones are trying to mold their dragged doors is negativity. Just like when you have the polls in a magnet the pulse. Yvonne, the negative all these what we call electrostatic force there only very few forces in nature like Dacian and these said like dramatic for. So the system was designed in such a way that the protons will leak through a hole and the hole or poor. Or is this complex five and complex five is designed. So that when the pro-tung is pushing through to get from the inner screws me frame voter, inter inter membrane space to the matrix. It clicks changes at confirmation of that Insein dad Moulton generates the energy for a false fade to be bound to ADP and that false as inorganic phosphate. When this is what in chemistry is goal and endothermic reaction its energy in order to happen on his because that moment, and then laid their own when you need some other Insein to work all of this game ical reaction that have the with life are catalyze or may the aided by 'em signs. What this means is up. Do may have the reactions or ready in place, but nothing's going to happen in terms of products or less you provide any. Edgy to the system. So these are goal reaction that when you remove that false fate from the AD be a generates heat, and these what we call calorie, and you can then have a relationship but wanted as a religion with how much forgery how many electrons are donated? How many of these false phase can be broken and generate the hate and that head the just like in chemistry when you had your reactions in a in a beaker, and you have a catalyst and nothing was happening. And then you apply heat, and then all the solving reaction happen to change squalor, for example. And when definite mino- happened STAN week all that I exit or might react on that break, and he feels so the key to the system is to able how come we silly?.
"nha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A wonderful phrase NHA entered the vocabulary obey small of economists and a small beach of Buddhists and others who were dreaming of this already decades ago. But Bhutan went ahead as a very poor country and actually set up the mechanisms for detailed survey, measurement of dimensions of gross national happiness. It set a gross national happiness commission ordered that all legislation should be evaluated kind of happiness benefit cost ratio sex began meeting with the king, and they brought more world leaders in the congress into the happiness conversation. This ultimately led to the creation of the UN's world. Happiness report. The concept was jarring many saxes Collins, particularly US. Well in in our country. We don't talk about almost anything else in the public space. It's all about growth GDP, incomes. Of course, there is a massive industry of happiness. Studies self help manuals helping people to overcome all sorts of unhappiness is trying to help people find meaning in their lives. Trying to help people make better decisions about their lives. Two sacks the booming self help industry enrich countries. Like, the US reveals a disturbing paradox. We have the paradox that income per person rises in the United States. But happiness does not. And it's not that. That's because the humans are humans. It's because the US is falling behind other countries because we are not pursuing dimensions of happiness that are extremely important. Our physical health the mental health in our community. These social support the honesty in government, and this is weighing down American wellbeing lake the Danish happiness expert Mike Viking Saks finds wisdom in the ancient Greek model I'd go with Aristotle. He's my guy. He's my my favorite philosopher, and Ye pointed out in the nickel Machi and ethics. Two thousand three hundred years ago that to be happy requires the the good benefit of having a material needs met. So don't deny those he said, but he also said. I only aiming for wealth. Single-mindedly pursuing a higher wealth is certainly no way to happiness and after a certain point of income work on other things work on your friendship work on your mental health work on your physical health work on good, governance work on your charitableness. Because in this kind of world do a good life is is a balanced in virtuous life. Not a single minded pursuit of income..
"nha" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Next report one thirteen WBZ's traffic on the threes. And now it's time for the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Let's go now live to meteorologist Dave Samuels. So Dave, I here we've got some showers moving through houses can affect game one tonight. It looks like most of the shower activity should pass through before the start of the game. So good news there, but we could be dealing with some downpours in a bad news for tailgating to see rain around about six or seven PM and against some of this activity could contain downpours. And maybe even some rumbles a thunder out there. But it looks like we'll dry out just in time for the Stargate. One first-pitch temperature about fifty two will drop to the upper forties by the end of the game the game last long enough us towards past midnight. There could be another shower around. But I think the line chair of the rain will occur during the afternoon today. Then temperatures turned chilly overnight all this activity is in response to a cold front will have a low of forty three than a chillier day tomorrow with highs in the lower fifty s while. Mccaskey wind as well. But it looks mostly rain-free tomorrow otherwise on Thursday, a windy cool day despite sunshine, the high fifty state chilly Friday for watching for store. Likud bring rain at some wind over the weekend. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Samuel WBZ. Newsradio ten thirty. Thanks. Dave right now on the vineyard. It's fifty eight degrees where it west fee are in Westfield. It's cloudy and forty seven. It's fifty four in Bedford and fifty four in Boston. The forecast by the way, brought to us by the Marlborough. Log and timber home show. Business owners fine. Quality health coverage for your employees at NHA health connector dot org. Celebrate energy awareness month. Find savings with solutions from mass save. Berkshire gas Blackstone gas company Cape light, compact, Columbia, gas eversource. Liberty utilities national grid and unitil start saving. Visit mass save dot com today. Build your dream home with confidence at the Marlboro logging timber home show this weekend, October twenty six th through the twenty eighth attend.
"nha" Discussed on KTRH
"Two hits it in the air to write fairly deep accents back bat. Still going back on the warning track. That ball. Off the wall. And I think they're gonna call fan interference. They are. And I'll to base gonna stop it seconds Gregor at third right field umpire Joe west saying that a fan interfered with Buki Betsy leapt to catch that ball up against the fence NHA Hinch out of the dugout. You may ask for a crew chief review year to look at that. We're going to have to take a few looks at this bookie best like he was jumping on a trampoline. Got so high. And whether or not a fan Reese out over the playing field. It's hard to tell right now. Yeah. Definitely hit his glove. But his glove was in the seats. Exactly. That's it. That's exactly it. And I'm sure it hit the glove on the rebound. It hit the fans hand. I then came back and hit his glove on the rebound and mckie's glove was closed when that ball approached that is not fan interference. Not not. I didn't think it was. You know, who am I? And I thought well early in the game. You're right. You know, two run Homer. What a tie the game. And you just never know how it's going to change momentum. And we lost last night to runs. So I don't know. What do you think we're doing a separate poll on our Houston morning news blog page about about this whole thing? So check it out. Tell me tell us what you think in while. You're there too. One of our fans last night was ridiculing relief pitcher Craig Kimball because he has kind of like a chicken wing before he pitches. That's funny. Check it out KTAR dot com. Houston's morning news, traffic and weather. Get you up to date on the drive..
"nha" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I mean, what was like that was like a study in table settings completely. And but what was your? Did you have a imagine because of you know, Dracula you had a bit more to do? Did you what was it working with Coppola? Was it something he was like a circus ringmaster and he likes to work in self-confessed state of chaos were family friends, dogs music. Everything is just into the mix of it. He told me this way understood of of him because we were rehearsing at his be stated than up of value before we still ahead. He said, I can't cook for two people. I can only cook for thirty people, and I thought that was exactly the of how he worked as director. Yeah. Westcoast says he was exact opposite. He worked in monastic silence. People whispered on the set and if people whispered. On that. He literally blow a gasket. No kidding. Yeah. So it was very, it was the exact opposite. And I worked one from one directed to the next without I think to break so it couldn't be more extreme. And whether that was because of the subject matter of lauded upper-class, you know, e Walton society and its engine York while whether that's how he always is I, I don't know. But Mike Obama's the late Maga bashes as cinematographer Dracula NHA of innocent set to me that this is how he always works. He's got going on any tents, white volume with COPA. I think there's a, you know, pre aging and pre medication COPA. And it sounds like you've got in under the wire like, can I feel like I think something shifted in his in disposition, because if you watch harder darkness at dark, the documentary, yeah, hearts, darkness about making apocalypse. It was clear that you he was just like, yeah, so you got to experience it? Yeah. And Altman is. Well, towards the end, I guess with that was I was going to say the player. You were great net because like I think you have a knack for for sweetly, morally bankrupt characters, but he, this is true. It possesses we'll out. Yeah, right, exactly. But I mean, there's that moment the it was a great turn in that movie in one of the I think few comedic turns in the player was when you know you shift you start out like you an artist and then it at. Yeah. Yeah. When you. Julia Roberts and Bruce with us, the complete select complete, just like boom. Yeah. But what about him is a director because that was seemed a little more controlled for him than than usual that movie because that movie was scripted and so his his, what he really added to that was costing everybody who was an extra as a movie actor. Oh, really? So that was that was the thing that really was the kick of that out of have of the player. Yeah, yeah. And I it, but it's a, it's a great movie. Yeah. Do you like it? Yeah, I loved it. I loved doing it because I'd seen I'd seen Nashville twenty seven times when I was fittest even. So I thought that I'd never live low enough or he would live long enough yet every the chance to work for him. And I was told when after almost I looked too weird to be an actor who could make it. So yeah, I never thought I'd work with with with him. And so I got three, three goes with him and he was he was very loyal to actors and he loved them. Yeah. So that was, you know, you'd think that's. Would be the norm for movie directors, but I don't think it entirely is, but he suddenly he loved people and he was very loyal. She did player predator poortere and Gosford poke o Gosford party. That's right. That was sort of a return to form a little bit again, completely scripted with improvised bits around it, but essentially it was June and a strip that he had to follow the embassy had that vibe though, like that was one of those. Oh, you played the like the head head Butler guy, right? But that was it had that vibe because you know the difference between, you know, the the serving class and the upper class, like chatter, so that it was that was the play in that movie right at the the the way humans interacted. Exactly. Yeah, that was a. That was that was a good movie. I'd forgotten that he did that. A lot of directors just think like, well, we hired you to be to do what you do..
Yes, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Really Is That Good: Why Everyone Is Fawning Over the Amazon Comedy
"I don't know if you've. Ever seen the marvelous MRs Mazel Which is on Amazon prime and that, show is amazing It is, set in the sixties it's about, this this woman who becomes a comic but her, husband was going to be a. Comic but he's dealing other. People's acts she's writing her own act she. Decides to go out on her own? Is there going to, be a divorce she friends befriends Lenny Bruce and doesn't realize how famous, he is and it's this whole thing and it's about culture and everything else in terms. Of of Jewish life and the, period it's kind of interesting. For sure but that's not the story the story is that the actress, who, plays Mazel MRs Mazel Rachel Brazil bras non b. r. o. s.. NHA an Rachel Brosnahan is not, Jewish she is spectacular in the park and you know how many Jews took to, the streets to protest zero Why we like a good show We just want talent we just want to. Be able to enjoy the thing No. One is protesting the fact that ruby rose isn't Jewish I'm not I say good on you Go. Do the show make.
"nha" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Limited and the amount of money the government can spend on. Healthcare is finite Now this. Goes on to say three basic market clearing principles I cannot operate in a single. Payer system government was, forcibly kept demand at whatever level they're willing to supply that is to pay for it Death. Panels baby, death panels, the national health, service we're talking about this. In England so seventieth birthday this month the NHS experienced these problems from the start its first year the, service went well, over, its budget prime minister Clement Atlee even beg. Citizens not to? Overuse health services staff shortages caused in part by pay by low-pay have plagued. This system for decades NHA started recruiting. Doctors mass from India Pakistan Sri Lankans, in the sixties to. Address issued you know why because these guys. Making a buck a day we're going wow in my country I wanna make ten cents a month That's, exactly what was going on there nevertheless shortage and keep in mind they used, to say what. Was it and the English empire the sun never sets because at one point they ruled the world so all these places Pakistan India Sri Lanka these were all part of the Commonwealth so they could. Bring, these guys in no passport necessary commodity NBA, Dr bricklayer, but come on, it'd be a doctor. Nevertheless shortages persist one in eleven, NHS post is currently vacant. Did you hear that one in eleven the. Meaning they ain't, got people working there making people well. Helping people, sitting broken, arms no four, and five NHS staff were. Now that these vacancies jeopardize patient safety four and five how about six.
"nha" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"That they're in harmony and have repore and one of the most effective ways of flirting is to stop flirting change the subject or politely walk away once the connection has been made it leaves the other person wanting more and that is something you should know one of the things that separates humans from other animals is our creativity think about it the way animals in the wild go through their daily lives is probably pretty similar to the way their ancestors have always done it but humans are constantly creating new ways to do things we create an innovate things in technology art and music everything right down to the most muendane parts of everyday life we're always creating new and better ways so where does that come from and i think the big question is can you and if so how do you become more creative one of the big thinkers and doers in this area is ellen gannet he's the ceo of track maven it's a software analytics firm whose clients have included microsoft home depot at nha honda and ge he has been on the thirty thirty lists for both inc and forbes magazines and he's drilled down pretty deep into what creativity is and how to produce it his new book is called the creative curve how to develop the right idea at the right time i allen thanks for being here cool thanks for having me man i'm excited to talk about creativity so it's interesting that you talk about the science of creativity because i think in some ways people don't think of creativity as being particularly scientific that it's more luck and moments and magic almost so start by explaining the science here yet creativity is these things where there's this huge disconnect between what the science tells us about how creativity works and the public perception the public perceptions that there's these some creative demigods who steve jobs ilan must pablo casa where they were born with this thing.
"nha" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Orlando a long stare in now we'll step out and he keeps doing it too young players in the yankee lineup brian did tours now he's doing the end do hard knows how to get in the hitters heads jv's really good at this the one one line drive down the right field live foul and it's one to one of the things that really stood out to me when you and i were talking to aj hinch the astros manager before the game is out justin burland earned garrett cole or kind of in a league by themselves in the fact that when they're watching every single game when they're not pitching they're obsessed with picking setting up and whether it's picking up someone tipping pitches whether it's someone secondary lead like in the case of tourists here's the one to breaking ball popped up left side of the infield gary l the third baseman just in fair territory behind the bag makes the catch for the first down it was just really talking about the obsession of trying to be the best that that those guys can be garrett cole comes over to pittsburgh and he's pitching the best we've seen him he's really made a lot of adjustment so you know it's it's certainly something they can be contagious and certainly a great advantage for any young pitcher coming up in the astros system to be able to learn from people like justin nha hinch was joking about it saying yesterday you got to see it up close as yours the game against cleveland it was in the trainer's room getting to watch the game a bit with with coal and burland or at different moments and observed the way they picked up on things one out nobody on a three nothing astros lead in the bottom of the third walker will call time is very landry again was taking awhile neil walker signed as a free agent by the yankees in the off season they tried to trade for him last year during the season but didn't like the price and passed fouled neo to from pearland breaking ball line to left field md but room for ginzalo in front of the track by quite a few steps will make the catch for the second out as brett gardner comes to the plate we'll see how he he approaches this at bat against verlinden to start the game he swung at the.
"nha" Discussed on talkRADIO
"There was civil poems with that one is actually that would only hold the nha said about lafi why is at the moment because more and more people and walking oldest of this more demand for cats it's actually improve the chance to try and deal with some of overstretching that part of it suffering actually the report says it needs to be about five percents that needs a bit more an easy to more money than the fifty million pounds we talked about the other problem is we haven't had he left the yet and there's one story in the papers today that it might we might not until twenty twenty three is the transition gets extended again so even when we have left us still will be paying into lots of things that money doesn't necessarily exist either philip hammond isn't terribly happy about having to find the money to gaze checkbook out he doesn't think he should be the one responsible for delivering on bowie's johnson's bus as cabinet row about it everyone seems to agree the and it just does need more money there's a bit of an argument about whether should find and there's very definitely an argument about whether or not they should watch on the side of a bus yes we very very jesse looks the cartoons they on the side of boris johnson's new airplane should we could find now obviously someone who's going to be using a plane today jeremy corbyn on a visit to northern and we've been talking about earlier in the show but actually it's the questions that have been asked ahead of the visit a causing most ructions which is asking if he's still believes in the reunification of ireland and yes he does i can't imagine this whole visits gonna go well can you well yeah i mean the the problem is that germany's corbin's pass keeps catching up with him and i was struck actually yesterday pm qc was trying to attack the toys because they oppose the creation of the nhs in nine hundred forty eight the theresa may was in somebody responsible for that however he's responsible he's over us and he was asked jimmy carter spokesman was asked after pm stay where we stood on the.
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