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"ntl" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"ntl" Discussed on Dead America

"So the demand is now greater for what i call the people side. Not so much the technical work but it's the people side and there's this new research that has Come out that talks about the fact that you know the term soft skills is going to be dead and it's really more as i see it people skills are. They're calling it. How're skills because that's what's going to power the future. The new way of work the new way of living is going to be powered by our ability to be able to communicate with each other and any time that you have more than one person in the conversation. Likelihood is could be a challenge. That's interesting nancy. I think it's been that way forever. It's just thing kind of reminded us her. Yeah we all live here and communication is key looking at ourself is very hard to do sometimes but it's very important for us to do and challenging what we already know or what we think. We already know giving and receiving feedback. This is vital. How do we give proper feedback. Yeah so i I think feedback as a guest. Somebody takes the time to tell me what they think. Good better indifferent. They've taken the time because most people don't take the time anymore right what they do is they'll put it on a on a yelp or Whether they'll put on a fasted on social media but never really talked to the person. And so i learned a long long time ago when i i was working for. Ntl's which is the national training lives just to behavioral sciences and we ran training programs in people skills And learning house impact of my behavior. And that's where i learned. That feedback was holistic. There are things that i value and appreciate that you bring to the table. I want you to do more of or start to do it. Because it's really working and then there are some things that get in the way of you being effective as you need to be and so if you think about it as a holistic approach and that's the arrangement and agreement that i have you because you're my colleague then you're gonna trust that what i have to say in that because i care about you again. It goes back to intense because i care about you and you care about me. We can have that relationship where we can give each other feedback. So that's number one spending attention. The problem is that most people think of feedback. And i even heard in the way that you were asking. The question is like oh. Let me brace myself if somebody's gonna tell me something that i haven't done right right so i like to say to people. It's just the race that because that's not true back When i had customers or clients that have fencing. Nancy commute to a program on giving and receiving constructive criticism. It i see again. My body start shaking and i said no. I can't do that but i do. A program on feedback and listening skills and so it's really about that whole mindshift word word usage and choices. How do we shift it so that it's more positive and not about putting me down. You know down in the ground and so in terms of specifics around feedback. I would say to you. You know. here's what i saw here was my experience. you know. here's what i've noticed. So as an example. Let's say you. And i are working together and we were you were supposed to. We were supposed to have meetings on tuesdays at nine o'clock and you don't come to the very first one you don't show up you don't call you know right. You know tax anything..

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"ntl" Discussed on Hotline League

Hotline League

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"ntl" Discussed on Hotline League

"With with vehicle and that started the whole like. Don't give close your vehicle. Thing was actually at the playoffs. Like yeah as closer set himself in jewish at usual closer game play. I didn't think it was. I mean he. I made the case on the dive last week even before the series that he has a case for being the most dominant player in playoffs at the time of any position. So when he when he hawks out it's not a surprise. I don't think it was an over performance at all. Okay freeze China unleashed you on the caller. Okay so this your cook credit to you on your one. Ten flew quinn what what what. What got us exactly so. Let me start with this right. So as i i don't really watch Social media i only have the most the most abuse once when the players are talking about it So there's a is everyone's talking about you know that the c nine l. is going to be the final and we'll talking about you know e. g. Espn and deal mercy. Nine can't worlds So everyone was kind of like under saying that we're bat which To some extent. I would agree with that before. The playoffs were definitely on the way down. We're on the slump And others use for looking better but the doesn't mean than if for that bad in the regular season and then we fucking destroy every single team. We play on our way up and you could see the progress for We have five games. The games would be closing. Wouldn't be looking good than you would. Let me play c. Nine and the games will be looking much better but still not clean and then we would play tail and the Te'o games will be fucking gustov. Doesn't that just means that. Were better team better. Players were improving when everyone else's snow improving and we're stepping up and playing. Well when everyone else is fucking choking that just means we're better players were better. We're better players. Were better team it. When it when it matters fucking stepped up we talking destroyed everyone so everyone shut the fuck up you fuck. You could have done it to with it. You didn't were defending champions. You are not so now shut the fuck up and let us enjoy the fucking trophy. We worked our eyes off. everyone maldini. He say everyone so. I believe that includes you is there. Is there any follow ups to of of what you were saying. I respect i respect I think we'll when i was making the take. I wanted to draw the line at lower bracket finals. So hundred thieves and see nine then hundred. Ntl so i wanted to compare the play before. Then the play after Because hundred thieves versus each year was like a completely different look than hundred verses the l. in the finals. So that's really where. I saw like hundred thieves compared to how they play versus. Eg really over performed An n. t. o. Really underperformed compared to how they did Against hundred years the first time and against a tsn nc nine gotcha. So you're sort of saying like if you look at the playoffs in general you you don't in your mind you don't perceive it necessarily is an correct me from as hundred t like growing over the course of the the playoffs in these other guys slumping you. You mean like this. It was it was kind of random that like hundred. He was able to peek at the time that they did and that. Tlc nine slumped at the time that they did. That's kind of what. I'm picking up sort of so. I don't think it was completely random. I think that they did deftly with every series they play. Got better in that showed. I think that when you going into finals weekend which was that was what that was. Just see nine hundred thieves and Hundred thieves seattle. I think the weeks before they were looking Completely different to how they looked finals weekend. And that's that's Really read draw the distinction. Well either way. Thank you caller. and sorry. sorry that. I didn't get your argument out a little bit earlier i I wanted to run interference quickly before everyone got you and perhaps ceuta giving you a little bit more space for your take. Is there anything you wanna shout out. Before we take a quick break shadow alien worse shadow game fuel. the show would be possible without them Actually i do want to shout out closer that leeson play on tactical was insane So mad respect for that one. Good thank you maldini for the call and we'll catch you next time all right. Thank you all right. We're gonna take a quick break to talk about alienware and there's a new cool thing that i gotta let you guys know about if you had over two alien we're dot com travis up at the top you're going to see join. The ailing were games. would you can. You can check out from august twenty seventh to october seventh. They finals october twenty third. 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"ntl" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Big secondary also Brazil based company and securities brokerage. So two more doozies after the close. Might guess has been about 400. Well, Excuse me. Three simple O S. H. A secondary They just came public in August. Money losing company. Called Oak Street Health. They're already selling a bunch of stock. Network of 54 primary care centers. They don't make money. This short selling a bunch of stock now. That's just three after the close. And again let me report to you again. Listen carefully. One of the characteristics of late ending action is a massive amount of sales. Shareholders who secondary offerings. By the way, I just found them before. Symbol and O V. A That is a, um Solar stock. And O V. A That one's down 5% they off the market. So four after the close. It is just the characteristic of all these companies. Shareholders of these companies. By the way, I just found two more. Simple NTL A and C o g T. Unbelievable six secondary offerings. So we've had like 400 companies do this and always telling you is Characteristic of late ending action and markets is just this. But if it was just by itself, it's no big deal. But we have the most ever. I pose in the year when we already discussed valuations. How crazy they are. That's a characteristic the froth the speculation in companies that don't even trade the Bitcoin. Yeah, I know Bitcoins going to 500,000. Dollar stocks opening a 10, the blind pools So just bear with us here, the ending innings of markets going higher. Yeah. Usually light up like a pinball machine, not today. Except a few names. Usually light up like a pinball machine. So just be aware of this. We think the market's going higher. We think it's going to break out of this range. We be surprised if it doesn't as much of it was down today. The way this market's been, They'll probably just gap it up a little bit tomorrow. It's just the way it is. And today will end up being nothing. But we're always open to anything. This is a bad day for this stuff. Maybe tomorrow be better. The goal is simple. If these major indices break outta range. You've got to be there. Just be ready. Just be ready when the time comes. Because it's coming. Now you ask what other characteristics? Would there be? Of late inning action. Well, if you go back to 99 you had this Eiffel Tower wish move yet a move in the NASDAQ, which would in the matter of four months. Uh, on average would have been six years. Something like that. Something to that effect. More insane moves. You're 85 year old.

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"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

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"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

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"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

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"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Ntl <Speech_Male> who <Speech_Male> did the cabling <Speech_Male> around here and <Speech_Male> there was other companies like <Speech_Male> telewest and bell <Speech_Male> cable media <Speech_Male> and like <Speech_Male> there were loads <Speech_Male> of little fiefdoms <Speech_Male> around <Speech_Male> the uk <Speech_Male> did the cabling <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> those of slowly <Speech_Male> merged <Speech_Male> and been a quiet <Speech_Male> and novice basically <Speech_Male> two or three <Speech_Male> companies who own the <Speech_Male> cabling. This <Speech_Male> story sounds very familiar <Speech_Male> to me. Because you <Speech_Male> may remember. 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"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Ntl <Speech_Male> who <Speech_Male> did the cabling <Speech_Male> around here and <Speech_Male> there was other companies like <Speech_Male> telewest and bell <Speech_Male> cable media <Speech_Male> and like <Speech_Male> there were loads <Speech_Male> of little fiefdoms <Speech_Male> around <Speech_Male> the uk <Speech_Male> did the cabling <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> those of slowly <Speech_Male> merged <Speech_Male> and been a quiet <Speech_Male> and novice basically <Speech_Male> two or three <Speech_Male> companies who own the <Speech_Male> cabling. This <Speech_Male> story sounds very familiar <Speech_Male> to me. Because you <Speech_Male> may remember. 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"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"I <Speech_Male> live in those <Speech_Male> company called. Ntl <Speech_Male> who <Speech_Male> did the cabling <Speech_Male> around here and <Speech_Male> there was other companies like <Speech_Male> telewest and bell <Speech_Male> cable media <Speech_Male> and like <Speech_Male> there were loads <Speech_Male> of little fiefdoms <Speech_Male> around <Speech_Male> the uk <Speech_Male> did the cabling <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> those of slowly <Speech_Male> merged <Speech_Male> and been a quiet <Speech_Male> and novice basically <Speech_Male> two or three <Speech_Male> companies who own the <Speech_Male> cabling. This <Speech_Male> story sounds very familiar <Speech_Male> to me. Because you <Speech_Male> may remember. 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"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Install or just faster broadband to their homes are seeing some quite large quotes landing on their doormat. One guy in cambridge was trying to get fiber to the premises installed street of seventeen was quoted. One hundred thousand pounds and there's also actually a government scheme called the universal service obligation which says that if you get less than ten megabits per second then they will contribute to the first three thousand four hundred pounds towards getting upgraded so someone in cumbria thought they would take them up on this offer and got to quite for having history of about seven homes upgraded andrews crazy to one hundred and fifty thousand pounds. Isn't this just the economy of scale life if it costs a certain amount to run the cables out to a remote location. If nobody's done it before you've got to dig up a huge amount of road. Layla cables have the engineers dual dual the testing and put the equipment in the exchange and put the equipment at the end of the street and cable tool the houses yet. Just costs money to do that. And if you live in city sprawl where the ducting for those cables already. That and they just up to shoot the cable. It's easy and it's an easy money because you wanna cable into a building that's hundred dwellings. You can make money back over a short period fronting cable to a tiny little village to like seven houses in the street. Where you half of them probably aren't going to be on. The minimum contract is is gonna take twenty years to recover. that cost. Yeah it does seem like from some of the breakdowns that were given for the cost of the majority of the of it comes from the civil engineering cost. Say where you have to dig up roads and cut down trees and so on by that covers more than half of these big quotes because closing roads so that you can dig a trench down. It turns out is an expensive thing to do. Yeah i i mean. A lot of the cabling was done many years ago when their first cable franchises was set up Like the area that i live in those company called. Ntl who did the cabling around here and there was other companies like telewest and bell cable media and like there were loads of little fiefdoms around the uk did the cabling and those of slowly merged and been a quiet and novice basically two or three companies who own the cabling. This story sounds very familiar to me. Because you may remember. I was connected to the internet using a a wifi. You know wisp provider and we were in the same position where there's literally a road that runs through village and people on one side of the road have had fiber from bt apron. Reach for years. And if you're my of the road there was no no internet view. So a small independent organization came in and setup this wireless infrastructure for the other half of the village and since then virgin of coming on i actually went through and they ran fiber to the end of the pathway of every higher house on the side of the road. So we will now that there's now a technological divide where we were the impoverished broadband side. We've now got high speed fiber from virgin and the other side of not so good pfeiffer. So what's the solution for these these people with the bills. They village move stalling. Oh okay yes stalling his. What our startling. His is elon. Musk's a billion satellites and in in the way around the and an oil the astronomers but give everyone.

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"ntl" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Well, a little bit about me a little bit better. It's in the neighborhood of 11 o'clock here. W. 40 89.9 FM in Madison, Wisconsin, or if you're streaming at the party f m dot orgy. And who knows what time it is? If you're getting this off the archives and archive dot w t f m dot org. In any event, I hope you're enjoying it. That was something new from cardiology. Cogliatti released. The CD I have with It is new. It's the This. It comes with the current edition of Song Lines magazine, which is on the newsstand. It's top of the world. 1 59 Tune is called Bagna Bar. And Before that, we heard something new from Bill Frizzell, his new release. Valentine, which is the tune was called Baba drama who is Ah Baba drama. It was a really talented African percussionist who recorded with a number of jazz musicians. And that's new out on the blue Note record label before the Harry Manx did don't take his name away from mantras for mad Men on dog My Cat Records Theory. TT Robin from France did Casablanca from NTL Dick wit. On Naive records. Jefferson Airplane Did Wait Rabbit, a tune written by Grace Slick. I pleaded.

"ntl" Discussed on V103

V103

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on V103

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"ntl" Discussed on V103

V103

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on V103

"Been raised through fundraising donations other than our own. A major Democratic candidate in the race at Ladder Pastor Raphael Warnock reportedly raised $3 million in the second quarter weatherwise today a 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms after two mostly sunny otherwise with a hider 91. That's what's happening. I'm Maria pointed on the people Station B 103 the number one for hip hop and R and B our stories, our music, our culture culture. Way. R W W VSD won a radio dot com Station. The People's three NTL's number one for hip hop and R and B. You like. I won't Wait, wait. I want to make sure No, you You don't know. That's it. Pull up, damn singing and Up, down up down. Get up there. Go. People say Cindy, 103 the number one for hip hop and R and B Beyonce on the People. States would be 103 Welcome to Friday. Everybody is sick, so four and 77 degrees as We wake up in our city to a sad note. Civil rights icon CT. Vivian has passed away, man. He was so beloved by our city and very close friend of mine. This one hurts a little bit more. You know each time and you know, CT. Vivian was a guy who who basically helped move civil rights in Atlanta. More than most people would even know.

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"ntl" Discussed on V103

V103

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on V103

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"ntl" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on KTOK

"Three eight one I. NTL FC stone financial the latest on covert nineteen good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott indicate you can use it this is Oklahoma's first news a beautiful day ahead our forecast is coming up as the state test more people for covert nineteen the percentage of tests coming back positive continues to decline the state health department says the percentage has declined to an all time low of four point four percent at the same time the department also was reporting six more deaths from Kobe nineteen it makes a total of two hundred ninety four deaths in the state so far five thousand four hundred eighty nine tested positive for the virus in Oklahoma and four thousand one hundred thirty five have recovered China is locking down amid fear of a second wave of coronavirus transports concerning news out of China where more than a hundred million people faced new lockdowns amid fears of a second wave of covert nineteenth these restrictions are taking part in taking place in the northeast part of China that has seen a spike in new cases of corona virus after re opening weeks ago well the cluster of new cases stands at just thirty four authorities aren't taking any chances schools are closed again and public transportation in the area has grinded to a halt the source of the original corona virus outbreak in China is still being studied and now the World Health Organization appears to be on board with launching an independent investigation at the group's annual world health assembly member states including China agreed to support investigation into the origins of covert nineteen senators heard war yesterday about Kobe nineteen.

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"ntl" Discussed on > Better Series

> Better Series

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on > Better Series

"The broader shift in data privacy represents a particular challenge for businesses that rely heavily on digital marketing to fill their sales pipeline. The fear is that less. Consumer data may translate into which translates into less revenue whether that's from data sales is regulated by the sea. Cpa or from other regulations that require consumer permission or web tracking cookies. Those little bits of software that report the web pages you visit but not all market experts agree that less data or fewer data sources will harm marketing and sales efforts even if it does force operational changes we talked to Pizza Pan. The publisher of business insider the first advice. We have developed plan as if it goes away. You may not need that plan in its entirety. The third party cookie may continue to limp along but in many respects that third party cookie has already diminished in important based on browser policy from both apple and Missoula for fire and Safari. That severely curtailed the effectiveness of that Third Party. Cookie or an advertiser. So if you're depending on third party cookies as a core part of your marketing strategy that will mean finding an alternative method of generating similar results. Ideally better It also might mean developing different types of data partnerships or planning for a world where you're using a different type of identifier that ideally has kind of consent and regulatory approval that will be much more lasting Which you know we're recommending the IV digit trust unit as being governed by a third party rather than coming under there are multiple other digital. Id's out there that Are are being supported from a wide array of companies including facebook and Google Being too but there are many others as well To developing that strategy is. I think really important Planning for that Rainy Day because with the regulatory environment and the technical environment so even if none of the regulatory Move destroy the effectiveness of the third party cookie policy change from Google for their chrome browser and Any other browser out there. That is has any kind of significant market share if they are changing how they're utilizing third party cookie. The regulatory environment may not the Change and you could still see that diminished a result and that brings us full circle the where we began today's discussion. How do we find ourselves here and now concerned about data? Privacy named Gremaldi is the executive vice-president of the interactive advertising bureau the AB. Where is my daughter going when I spent a kate into a website? Why does my dad go anywhere else? And if he goes somewhere else wh why does it go there? And what is it used for? Oh you expect okay. I understand my data is used to help prop up small companies. They can monetize it and grow a six person farming blog and everyone loves they. Use My data to To monetize their site and eventually they share it with another company that will serve me an ad related to farming or whatever business. I'm in K- that makes sense But still why does that add? Follow me around and I'll stop there james because I go on forever but the the the chasm of misunderstanding regarding the uses of consumer data online is something that is that is being grappled with with many governments. What do we do? How do we make consumers feel calm? These are complex issues. How do we keep the online account economy humming the way that it has been even when consumers are dumping scores of of of personal data and two pieces about themselves? Their shoe size address their friends online every day just handing it over yet. How do we protect them when they when they handed over? What are the responsibilities on? Companies for handling that data when when it's given to them all very vexing issue. We hope you found our focus on new privacy laws like the CPA to be helpful. It's our topic right for future. Discussions as we learn more about how to comply with these new laws and the ones that undoubtably will follow later this year. And thank you for listening to the BBB national programs better series. Don't miss an episode by subscribing to the better series by visiting our website BBC programmes dot org. Thank like on that podcast. Tab you'll find all of our episodes there where you can listen on your apple podcast APP or your favorite streaming platform. You just enjoyed the better series. Podcast started tune in next time for a brand episode to learn more about our other shows visit better business. Dot BLUEBERRY DOT COM. That's better business dot B. R. Y. 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"ntl" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ntl" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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