29 Burst results for "Nanda"

"nanda" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"nanda" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"I know this may be i tournament for some of them. You've seen but what. He thought of their performances. Yeah i haven't seen galleno this week And frankly i haven't seen a lot of them. He's not been on our center. Courts all that much Just because of the fact that obviously he is canadian versus american so as a result he's not on our center as much. I can't speak to him as much as you can i. I know. I've heard that name. Obviously for several years and kind of been waiting to see what it would mean. I have him today against ramanathan. And so around. Commercial a great test because romanoff a guy who's just going to give max effort every time throws in a different kind of funky style but but galleno gets the feature match today Having played just up the road right so i think it's. I think this is a perfect setup for him. A good win over. James ward as well. I mean that's again. Bettering guy in james ward to that kind of a wind shows pretty solid stuff. i'll i will be able to tell you more after today. in terms of govan. Nanda i hadn't seen him. I had to go back. It'd been two years. Twenty nineteen was the last time i saw him. And frankly. I wasn't much of a believer if i if memory serves it was a match against jj jj wolf and it just completely dominated wolf. Just i think it was two and one or something like that and so it was hard for me to see anything in dislike okay. It's it's just a guy Even though he had already one to twenty five ks. During the year yesterday the match. Against schnur and i texted you this right i i. I saw that i can see a path for him I can serve is still obviously. It's going to be a liability until it's not. He's he's gonna be on the shorter side of these things. That are pretty typical for somebody like that right that i could see a path because he moves incredibly well takes things off the rise very well competent and comfortable in his belief. He made good adjustments within. The match was getting kind of overpowered early. Kushner was going massive returns into the body time and time again and nanda was just getting crushed with it at like every second ball it was just like having just kind of flick the risk to get the ball back and play but he kind adjusted in allowed himself just a little bit more time to be able to hit a second ball with some depth. There was depth off of both sides. Like you don't feel like a a really like there's not a huge weakness off of either wing. I saw it like i thought back to. Tim's meet check right where a guy is similar build. What tim was able to do kind of in the middle of his career like twenty thirteen two thousand fourteen with..

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Sebastian Gorka Believes Gen. Mark Milley Is a 'Dangerous Coward'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 5 months ago

Sebastian Gorka Believes Gen. Mark Milley Is a 'Dangerous Coward'

"It seems to be a recurring theme of late. The left's gasoline of america. Why here's the perfect example. For four years we were told that this man was a dictator. The donald trump wants to create some kind of banana republic and used the military to stay in power. What's the truth. Did he spy on journalists like obama did. Did he lock up. The sources for those journalists like obama did did he spy did he use the nsa and the cia and the fbi to s- avail the author parthiv presidential campaign. No that's what democrats do the now we have in contravention of what is meant to be the bedrock of our national security establishment which is civilian control of the military. This isn't argentina in the nineteen eighties. This isn't Fidel castro's cuba or franco's spain. The chief of the military isn't a man any uniform in america. The commander in chief ways no uniform. He's a civilian. The military has to take his orders but in contravention of that constitutional order. We have the most senior man in uniform never elected by anybody mark. Milley think that he gets to take the decisions thinking that he gets to obstruct and choose who other members of the cabinet should be. Fat is the definition of a banana republic. That is a threat to the security of all americans irrespective of who you voted for. Perspective of what your personal political proclivities are when a man who has no political legitimacy nanda who according to the national security act of nineteen forty seven according to the us constitution has zero command authority. None the of the junkies has zero command authority. The constitutional mandate the code is clear. He is an advisor on military issues to the incumbent. Commander in chief. Who happens to be the civilian president. Mark milley is a threat to the american republic. And he's clearly not a republican and he clearly does not believe in america. I he is a coward and he's a dangerous coward.

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What the NFT Gold Rush Means for Fashion

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:16 min | 7 months ago

What the NFT Gold Rush Means for Fashion

"Week b. o. Fs deputy editor brian. Baskin speaks to ben wada goto founder of our which recently raised eight million dollars in funding. From andreessen horowitz coronado abs co-ceo the d. materialized ambush luton co founder and creative director of the fabric cat as well as b. o. Fs editorial associate mc nanda about what. The nfc gold rush could mean for the fashion industry. And whether all the hype will deliver on the promise that this could be the next major growth factor for an industry trying to reinvent itself. I m c explained the most recent development with nafta's in the fashion industry. An t is non fungible token and. That's a unique digital asset that sought chain technology so that contains a digital ledger. That sort of a record of all transactions end woods made this space really exciting and almost every industry has kind of brushed to the market in part. Because it's of within not leisure shows verifiable evidence of price but also ownership of a good that she can't be tampered with or altered that exists forever within this Within this sort of a ledger so this has been really exciting for number of brands. I think the one that sort of gained everyone's attention sort of started. The article was the collaboration between artifact end in eighteen year old digital artists known as ferocious That actually saw. I think it was over six hundred twenty. One at pairs of sneakers were sold from three thousand to ten thousand dollars and three point one million dollars total rhythm Virtual sneakers were sold in under seven minutes which obviously got the acid world looking to to the market. So this has been a really interesting sort of nixon in everyone on this panel. I've spoken with over the past few months as relate shown can to the market. And how what that might look like a starting with sort of the fabrications first entity between eighteen nelson moving forward towards artifacts at inversiones at collaboration that people

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Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

News, Traffic and Weather

02:55 min | 8 months ago

Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

"And the latest on weekend weather and you're homeward bound traffic and four minutes another U. S. Capitol Police officer dies in the line of duty Officer William Evans was fatally injured today by a suspect who rammed his car into a security barricade, then charged Evans and one of his fellow officers with a knife. Acting chief Yoga. Nanda Pittman was another blow. For the Capitol Hill family and especially the Capitol police family. And abroad. But the director Dr Risso Wollensky, is suggesting that people still wear masks when they're on public transportation, including airplane in stereo, Aldinger ABC News What That means to you from a local travel expert. People were ready to break out of their cages, says Co. Moh travel analyst Steve Danny shek, who says it's a common sense move that gives the CDC some control over what will happen anyway. With Europe. Seeing covert surges and new lockdown, Steve says it's likely out is the destination for most people, but he suspects with vaccinations in progress. A lot of us will do a good old fashioned road trip. Where will they go? They can't go to a why they go to Mexico. They go to some points in the Caribbean or they could drive around. I think we're going to see a lot of dementia. Travel recovery quicker than international travel. If you were vaccinated, Steve says, go now. Because hotel car rental and especially airfare prices will rise with increased demand. While airlines continue to limit the number of flights until that demand, forces them to ADM. Or just make sure you're familiar with the travel guidelines and the covert rules wherever you go. Both education simultaneously of students in the classroom and remotely is, Lee says it's important for kids to get

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Scores Are Feared Dead In India After Himalayan Glacier Breaks Away

Reveal

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Scores Are Feared Dead In India After Himalayan Glacier Breaks Away

"Massive search and rescue operation is underway in northern India after part of a Himalayan mountain glacier broke off and triggered landslides and flooding. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports at least 125 people are missing. It started when part of the Nanda Davey Glacier broke off. Blasting through a hydro electric dam. Video recorded by witnesses shows an avalanche of mud, water and debris rushing through a ravine in India's Tera con state. Many of those missing are believed to be workers at that Damn, one local resident says. It happened so fast. There was no time to alert anyone. The military has been called in to help villages are being evacuated downstream. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that he's praying for everyone's safety. This is an area of the Himalayas, where environmental experts have cautioned against building such dams and

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Apple Should Have A Great Year Financially

Mac OS Ken

01:20 min | 11 months ago

Apple Should Have A Great Year Financially

"Loop capital analyst. Nanda baruah is feeling particularly bullish on apple. Once more to apple's read on a week ago where we find the looper looking at a really big year for iphone and mac. The piece is a barons report. That says barua thinks there could be a material upside the street numbers for both the near term and throughout calendar twenty twenty one driven by strength in both iphones and macs barua also thinks the company could see upside from healthy growth and ipad airpod watch and services so basically everything apple does for the first three quarters of fiscal year. Twenty twenty one. He's looking for apple to sell one hundred eighty seven million iphones that is nineteen million more than the streets. Expecting for the mac he thinks apple sold seven point. Three million in the december quarter wall street consensus has that considerably lower six million units. According to baron's barua things. The mac should enjoy much longer and stronger. Demand beyond the tailwind from the work at home. Trend loop capital has a buy rating on apple shares. Barua used his note to up his price. Target on the shares from one hundred. Thirty one dollars to one fifty five five.

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"nanda" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on AP News

"Crucial. Nanda Lisa Murkowski agrees. But Republican colleague John Cornyn is pushing back on whether Biden should be ready and on the administration's pandemic planning. Saying vaccine distribution work has gone on the past year, and Biden won't even be in office when the vaccine starts arriving. This'll is AP News I'm Rita fall Lay leaders nationwide are worrying about Thanksgiving Will holiday gatherings lead one even more brutal spike in Corona virus infections. All across the country governors or shutting down businesses or limiting hours ordering people to stay home and requiring masks for those who must go out. Dr. Thomas Farley is Philadelphia's health commissioner. We will prohibit indoor gatherings or events of any size in any location. Public or private. Means no indoor parties. Group meals. Football watching groups visiting between households. No indoor weddings, funerals. Baby showers. President elect Joe Biden says President Trump's refusal to cooperate with the transition may cost lives. They were Biden's toughest comments yet on the president's failure to acknowledge he lost the election and cooperate with Biden's staff. More people may die. If we don't coordinate, saying his team needs to know the administration's plans to control the pandemic and distribute perspective vaccines. What's the games? The Trump Administration's been working on its own distribution plan, and some Republicans like Senator Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski say it's crucial. Biden's team get full access. Saga room agony. Washington that Space X Capsule with four astronauts on board has arrived at the International.

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"nanda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Doctor need to Nanda Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. Very nice to be here. You know, several listeners told KQED Forum yesterday how they're dealing with the holidays or at least other trying to including whether to travel or see people And I'd like to share a few right off the bat if I could. This listener tweeted, for example, that he's grappling with having to break the news to in laws that the quote socially distanced Thanksgiving. They invited us to is indistinguishable from regular Thanksgiving dinner, so we can't do that, and it's because we want to protect them. Another listener, writes My adult son and his wife caught Cove it in August in Mexico. They had mild to moderate illness. They claim to have antibodies but haven't been tested. What is your opinion about how protected I would be if I visit them for Thanksgiving and stay for a few days? I mean, do you have any thoughts on that doctor Nanda? Yes, of course, And it's not easy to navigate. But I'll tell you, I think Having talked through this and like all of us have lived through it. There are some teams that have become obvious and we should learn from this. Um There are there are low risk activities. Then there are medium risk activities and then they're very high risk activities. And it all comes down to Are our abilities are our willingness at a personal level to take a risk. And, um, you know some people of every risk of us and some people are not so risk of us. So the lowest risk activity Or any kind of get together. Will be off virtual forum and I think I'm preaching to the choir when I say that. On, Let's say a medium risk activity as we're thinking about Thanksgiving. It would be perhaps meeting with people from your own community. In, uh, way that you're physically distant distance and if possible, If the client is the weather allows, make it outside and try and mask when you're not eating when you're engaging in eating, which you will in Thanksgiving, try and maintain that distance. And perhaps prior to meeting In Sedov, relatively isolating yourself from from areas where you think you could be exposed. Then if you think about medium respectable, please, let's talk about if you're going to a pumpkin patch. Maybe you want to go to a pumpkin patch. In your community. And you want to go to a place where there are good about masking with their good about physical distancing. Now the other end defectors, high risk activities that's going to malls that are densely crowded that are not opened that are not ventilated. Like having a huge party where you have people from all over the country getting together. So these are the different buckets in which I think is helpful to think. And then figure out what fits well for you. Something that you mentioned there. People who are planning things but are not, but that guests are not very comfortable with the setup that they have right now. So I think in that situation it would be sharing Communications like this, like we're having right now, having engaging in a dialogue that you know this is what I think. What do you think? Because we all want to be safe at the end of it. And so is having antibodies any safer if you've had it before, and you're going to engage with someone who has Antibodies. Is that a guarantee of safety? And should you be doing all the same things that you would do with somebody who you don't know their status. Yeah. So Yeah, it znachko easy question. First, everybody who gets infected Us not mountain immune response. And And off the immune responses you mount. There are only a fraction that we measure and that is measured by the blood test. Now, when? When you get the results off that blood test We know the answer is yes or no. We don't know the amount of the level of antibodies That you have, and we don't know. The level of antibody that is required for us to fight that infection. The simple answer is having an antibody level alone. Cannot tell us if you're Indian. Well, this listener asks. Can you discuss how to safely share food at small gatherings? Should it be done at all? And if so, can they provide any guidance as to how it can be done? Safely. Back. Amanda? Uh, yeah. Yeah, I'm thinking I'm thinking so we're talking about sharing group. Um So, perhaps in So so the risk of transmission there is going to be by a way off. Um off in direct transmission. By that, I mean You know, it's the food that we have on the table. We want to make sure we are using utensils that are dedicated to each person. Perhaps have disposable utensils. And I think it is achievable as I'm thinking through it after having a few conversations order in the day about it. Dedicates the utensils on the plates tow each person try and keep it distant. This crime keep your distance when you're sitting together. And in preparation. Be very good about the person who's the chap your or the cook was gonna cook food, and I think perhaps it is doable. Yeah. So you know, we've heard a lot. Dr Nanda about why heading into the winter would drive up case counts basically, people spending more time indoors and gathering with other people. Even despite the warnings or mandatory regulations from the state, or just people who have pandemic petite they've been doing this for eight months. They're they're exhausted, and they also are very much in need of Of in person interaction, but I am curious. Is it just human behavior in the winter that causes the virus to go? Two for virus cases to rise for covert 19 infections to rise or is it the makeup of the virus itself that could potentially make it stronger in the winter? Yes. So you know, these are very good questions that answers to which we don't have. We don't have definite of answers. Um, what we have learned that this virus doesn't behave like a seasonal influence of Iris, because if you look at the entire country We had a.

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Doctor recommends waiting until October for flu shot

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Doctor recommends waiting until October for flu shot

"The corner, now flu season. You might have heard from doctors recommending you get the flu shot A Florida doctor says, Yeah, but timing is important. Dr. Paul Nanda is the chief medical officer at Tampa General Hospital urgent Care, And like many doctors, he's worried about flu season overlapping with the Corona virus pandemic. He's urging everyone to get the flu shot. But he says, wait until October 1st, he tells the ABC affiliate in Tampa that will make sure you're protected for the peak of flu season.

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"nanda" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

#hottakeoftheday

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"Mental piece of it if if. If you feel good you will be the you'll be held. So people do not. You've ridiculous their copped physical skin dating knocked, take your for Cup of this Ryan you both forget let's say, Dole, who something really bad. Let's say she went to a coffee shop. In. Black Guy Somebody told you mayor or something really bad that guide any sub bad. And so he is scarred inside his head. have cut inside his head. Inside said in his mental. There's there's a mental scar to beaming. Right bandy similarly other situation maybe when you're in school somebody bullied. or or your one of your opinion swinney tweeted you. Wash, in your sister, your brother or Steph like this, our mental health. Is Equally born right now writing on the corona vase. On mental health is. Everybody tedious I I don't know anybody WHO's not. As healthy as he was in. It's. One hundred percent, and those are the issues of very, very good. Friend of mine has a bridal store and she calls the Corona fifteen although in some cases, it's the corona, afford it, and so like brides major coming in who used to be incised foreign legit like size twelve. Interestingly, some of them are happier because they were like sustaining unhealthy lifestyle, and now they're like I don't care. But but I know for an absolute fact that like I have embraced embraced the Shambo body and I was really gonNA in March when this is only two weeks to flat curve and I was going to run did. Getting healthy in this is Kinda gone on a drink more eat more sleep in more. There is zero chance on anywhere near.

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"nanda" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

#hottakeoftheday

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"Psychological complex so that became extremely popular. Isn't that amazing I mean that's just an amazing story about just the simplest idea and ideas who weren't nothing unless you execute. And it was improved by your daughter and the next thing you know you make the world's most popular toothbrush. And We sold at. The how I came to that? When clause we we became so successful I ended up working even harder. I put licenses on top of them like Hello Kitty and. RB and every other license of war and with the cash flow was able to buy at advance light. But knock on and at one point I was looking like ninety hours eating with Donald's. Jack can the Hawks in literally GEICO can bet not exercising. being one phone of time like I used to have black I got treated for. Seoul. Promised one point. And so that all. One Bay led me to a panic attack. which I talked with Secretary called nine one has taken to a hospital and. The doctor said, what are you running after Lake What are you trying to be? Do. You know who's the president of? Uganda I said now he says, then let me tell you nobody in Uganda knows you. So. It's it's great. What you're doing is slowdown on enjoy life because the destination is. And the judge. Is. Death that's it's funny that you say that and I didn't have opinion had that opinion but never voiced to before and so in the way I always describe it as we all end up in a box is is just when. and. How you get. So.

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"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Cutting off circulation to your legs. Right Right I. Don't think he's felt his is fucking cab. But, You know I definitely try to, and we were good. We were very good. We had one competitions. We made money we did. A bunch of great show did like huge venues like we sold out places like we were a good Bam, but to the level of commitment. It takes to do that, I you'd have to live with those guys and then like. You know. who practice every day for years? and then the genre died so. You're going to do. I guess quitting do standup, which is the right choice here? Quin new standup genre didn't die. Yeah. So, so that's excellent. Neil really appreciate that and I'm sure. Pros before hose does to quit and find something else that you'll be proud of. Please go all right well. That's the end of our show. Thank you to all of our listeners. WHO STAYED WITH US huge? Thank you to kneel Nanda Neil. Where can people find you? you can find me on instagram. Twitter Tiktok then Mal You know grinder. You can find me. You'll find me in the club. Bottle full above mama got what you need. you can find me Saint Louis. I think that's the lyric. Balmy man, it's at Neil, Nanda it's an E.. L., Nanda. It's too easy because on foreign. And follow me on everywhere. You can find me on the Youtube 's my dad's real proud of that I've got like two hours material on Youtube and on Instagram, and I'm going to continue to put out material when it's legal to do shows again. Nice meal. Nanda puts out everybody well. Thank you so much, Neil. All of those are going to be in the show notes and. Along with the spotify for fears for tears or was. I begged them not to put it up there to this is like a year ago, there were like. Should we do it and I don't say please doll, and then were life already duty, and I was like someone's GonNa find. This is going to be a problem if you screaming. And it is, that's so awesome. If it makes you feel any better I, too, was in a band. It was not scream though, but it was kind of. Pump, that's it. It was pop punk. Pop punk! You were the pill is the Shit on you? PUSSIES. We, actually we would do these showcases, and then it would be like eight or so bans, and it would be scream. Scream, scream, scream US scream, scream, scream out ray gay. Just so you know just so you know. All those fans hate it. They did there was well. There was one band they were like you. Guys are good. Are you guys Christian band? No, it's like no, we're not we're just. We just don't scream. I. Guess, it was like all right. Yeah, we have. So I also name not everything's for everybody you go. That's awesome all right well, thank you, Neil, thank you. Everybody and we'll talk you next week the live..

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"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Thank you so much for the interview portion. I was expecting to do twenty minutes, but you're just such a fascinating human being that we went to fifty. So that's how. I'M GONNA turn on the compliment shower as I usually do. Where I tried to get our guests a little wet, but okay. I think I think you are already on the trajectory toward stardom. I mean you follow you closed for Anthony Jesernik? That's fairly, but but I mean just seeing your grinding that goal for thirty shows a month, the actual being able to learn from the things that happened from when you did follow Anthony Jesolo neck, and and just adapting to different situations, I feel like that's going to get you so far and so I feel like you've already hit this point where you're just so close to the being another Demetri. Martin Anthony Jesernik. You have your own style which I really liked to. Because I know that you said your inspiration where those comics with the one liners, but seeing your comedy I mean even piano into some of the bits you. You talk a little bit about your roots with your family, your parents and that's Hilarious, and then you put these these twists on on just everyday life things and I think it's hilarious so. I'm going to be looking out for you man. Yeah Anyway. We've got about ten minutes. Do you want to go and do some self help stuff? Let's do it. Awesome all right? We're going to dive in, but before we do. We like to center ourselves with an inspirational worked before we start off with the quote that we've selected our. I've selected I. usually like to ask our guests if they have any inspirational quotes that help them get through their days especially in the tough times. Do you have any in your back pocket that you'd like to share with the listeners? Yeah, I'll go ahead and call myself. and. Yes. Shabby blew my pants. Deal Nanda. Not. Some I hold true to myself. I try to tell people to. Encourage them and to give them inspiration. I always like to say Not Everything is for everybody. Okay. Maybe! You should just quit, you know. I am trying to inspire people. That's really nice I like not. Everything is for everybody. If you. A lot of people try to do too much. Not Everything's forever. I really liked that. It kind of reminds me. I don't know if you've ever seen the animated Classic Rock, a We, where of course they say. Any one can cook where it's like anyone can cook, but that doesn't mean anyone really can. It's just you can people you might not expect can cook you know cooking cooking dairy I, think cooking. Theories My cooking theory is at cooking. If you can read you can cook. So people that are bag cooks I assume carried because all it is is reading instructions. A solid is one fourth cup of did that. They have to say one cup. All know the your back cook. You can't read so if you can read, you can cook. Yeah, anyone who can read can cook. That should be the quote. That might be a better quote. I might debate that just because I'm a horrible cook. I also can't read that well either, but it's almost like the theory proven. Prove my theory right there. But it's. The the Kama Sutra. Where you see these positions that look delightful, but then like how do I get into that? Physical, that's physical. Okay, you're telling me you don't tell me that you don't have the physical billion of chop. You've got the physical ability to stir. You. Don't got the physical ability. sprinkle come on, come on concentrate, different body types in size and way in lifting. That's different okay I'm Talkin Co? I'm talking to the kitchen. If you out there like can't lift his pot then. Yeah, you can't cook. If your life. I don't I just can't. My arm won't start as soon as all with your arm. You can't start butter then. Yeah, maybe you can't go, but if you are able bodied person who can read. This is also putting a lot of trust in the recipe makers where sometimes they might leave out step or as articulate as they need to be. So I might ask the Internet spring. Go on the Internet look, Eddie Recipe, and guess what they got for. The recipes reviews. Somebody will tell you if you miss something and guess what I don't go to. The two star reviewed recipes go to the four point five, and above okay, whole point five and above and I should be nice. And you're making excuses. Man I think you just don't WanNa Cook I really don't I really solid as I have no desire to be able to cook. Sometimes I've never understood anybody who's like I'm a bad cook, then you can read. I say that's my cooking theory. Or is just the desire is not there or or not everything for everybody. Man bringing it back. Bring it. All right that's. All right now. We've got our inspirational quote. This actually comes from a robot called I robot, and it uses ai to take some of the most wisest words known to Man Mash them together for a beautiful inspirational quote. You ready to hear this one this week. Inspire about says. Pretend to be ashamed of yourself. I like that. I, like that. Let me tell you why like that. It's like be humble, but don't be humble. You know what I mean it's like. Bull, but like no I don't do these people deserve to be around me. You know what I mean. To be? ACT LIKE! Yourself I do that all the time. Man I'm always at all. Thank you so Manuela, Bromley. You smell. You know what I mean I've been there. I've been there before. So are you a shame of yourself or your ashamed with the other people? I'm ashamed, but I'm pretend to be ashamed of myself. God GotTa gotTa, you're like, is illness shame where I can get your level? And then I always yeah. This is an actual inspirational quo that goes around and comedy lives like keep your head down and keep working whereas I. You know, be humble, but continue to work very hard. I've always taken that to heart by the same time like I'm humble and I work really hard, but at the same time..

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"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"So I get a lot of last minute so sometimes I'll have my schedule have like twenty to twenty four shows in. It'll turn into thirty five, because so many people drop out shows. Wow, that's that's really really cool. And I was GONNA ask. How you form? How did you form these relationships I? Don't want to go too deep into your secrets. Because I WANNA make sure it's. It's not that it's not that much. Secret is just like I mean mostly. My secret is being annoying. And just annoying the shit out of people and asking for favors. I, always I always like I hold favors to wear like I'm like all right these three months. I'm bugging. These people and Nama leave these people alone and bug them over here and I'm. I'm traveling over here so I got a bug nobody for this month and then I come back and bug these people, so it's it's. There's some strategy to annoying people. But. How did I prove myself? I basically like I'm a big believer in like first impressions and so whenever I perform for the first time at your show or your venue. I try to bring it. I'll bring a material even if it's even if I hate it, I hate probably seventy five percent of my material in general at all times and. So even if I hate via the only material I really like is new ish like wooden one to two months of doing it though that's the, that's the me too I, really like and then everything else is I I work. I guess a job done, so if I'm doing a show for the first time I'm GonNa do all material and I'm GONNA kill. Doing my best stuff and usually that works I mean it doesn't always work. You know comedy. It's not an exact science. You know there's a lot of times where there's a lot of times where I go up. I give my best shit and bombing and I'm like I. Don't know what to do, I don't know. Any other cards in the pocket you know or I'll be in the middle of the set, and it's not my sets. Go well. None like our throw this one in this is GONNA kill? And then it doesn't and I'm like okay. You Win Y'all home. That's it goodbye. I remember this time that you were talking I. It was a podcast or something where you're saying there was this killer lineup of Comedians like Sarah Never Forget. And, some others and everyone bombed. I will never forget that show for the rest of my life. Was Everybody like Sarah Silverman? Whitney Cummings. Todd Berry Cow Canadian. Kevin Nealon in Neil Nanda there dude it was. It was an incredible of and you know. I and I thought like and I bombed, and I thought okay. They just wanted to get me out of the way 'cause no one knows who I am, and then when all these famous people come up to crowds going to give it to him. No. No I I even blamed it on me for a minute. I was like maybe I sucked so bad. I sucked all the energy out of the room, but I was like by the third famous person. They should be hot. You know what I mean. But it did not turn up. It did not turn up at all, and I've seen a few of those shows, but yeah. I was a part of one of those I. I also tell you about the Tom. I had to follow like every famous person. I don't know I didn't hear about this. No, so I, was doing a show and again I'm thirty show. A month guy and that can work to my vange where my disadvantaged because sometimes I'll have a night where I have multiple shows right? And this specific nine. I had two or three shows, so I showed up to the show late it was an eight o'clock show. I may have showed up at nine. And the show's supposed to go until about ten ten thirty, so I'm not late late. You know size show up at nine and I look at the lineup and the lineup is literally like bill Burr Jay more Demetri Martin Elisa slasher. Dane Cook. Todd Berry Sarah Silverman. Anthony, Jesolo Nick and Neal Brennan. This lineup was stupid. It was stupid and Nanda Annual Nanda for some fucked up. Reason House on this lineup so. I I don't know who fucked up. Somebody fucked up. Is What happens when we will say oh. Neal Brennan I thought we booked them twice. But I show up at nine and my mentality is. Hey, there's so many famous people here. I should just go up soon and and like you know, pass the torch. Let them take over to show. Let them finish it off. And I'm waiting in the Green Room in the is there, and he's like you cool to go next and I was like yeah, sure and Elisa session just shows up and she's like. Hey. I need to go next and I was like okay I can't I. I had nowhere to be so I was like sure I gotta get to the comedy store so I gotTa go next I go okay, sure, then Dane. Cook shows up and goes I, gotTa go next, and I'm like okay. That's no problem and then he's fighting with Elisa well, what time is? My sense at the Improv at ten thirty. Five to go first and the Neal Brennan shows up and he's like yeah. I gotta go next, and I'm just sitting there like what what's happening so all these incredible comedians keep going up I keep getting pushed and pushed and pushed and pushed until I'm second to last, and it's Anthony Jesolo Nick. Who's not there yet? Okay, and I don't remember who was on state. I. Think like Todd Berry or somebody or Jay more or somebody great was on stage and I'm waiting in the wing and I'm about to go up and then Anthony Jealous shows up like a minute before I'm supposed to go up and he's like I gotta go next. And I was like really dude, and he was like. Are you following? He looked you following me and I go. Yeah, he goes good luck I think. Just the Mo. the most Anthony Jesernik way. You could possibly do that and God totally fit. Fit the character, totally fifty character. Then Anthony Dazzle Nick does up and destroys for twenty minutes. He was working on a one of his latest netflix specials, and he was just doing the material from that. Dude murder. He has no poke out was going joke by joke and it was like the. Change the tone of the room after all these things, people, Anthony goes up murders now. I'm closing the shell. I'm going up now. I'm closing this show man I. Go out there the wave of confusion from this crowd. I can't explain dude I go out to. Everyone is looking at me like am I supposed to know who this is? Just dumb, do we? Not As what move is this guy from deadpool? Who who? Is. This is this a Z's doing a character? I don't understand was our say what's going on here so the i? I don't know I had I had an eight minute set for the first three to five minutes I was just digging I was digging myself out of the whole it was it was chuckles to like medium laughter, and at one point..

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"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"nanda" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"If your child please for the love of God, there are a lot of no, no words and you just don't want to have that influence I. Don't want to be having a talk with your mommy and daddy to say how their kid learned how to say count, so if your kids, you should already not be listening because I already said con God why do I keep saying? Guys and girls. It's Stephan and I'm here to just give you a little intro seasoning the episode. Get it nice and season before you dig in. We got Neal Nanda today, and he'll not a comedian actor and writer. You might have seen him on Jimmy. Kimmel on comedy Central With Adam Devine's House Party and Hulu Amazon. He's all over the media. He's on Tiktok. He's on Youtube and he's a really funny. Funny Dude this Guy Grinds to we talk about a lot of things like how he got the VIP treatment when he was in Hawaii Filming Adam Devine's House party comedy central. He talked about how he does. Thirty to fifty shows a month, or at least he did before corona was happening, but he was doing it for four to five years. So this guy is really into comedy and we talk also. We've talked about how he ended up closing his show with. Some great great comedians Bill Burr, Jay more Demetri, Martin, Elisa, Schlesinger, Dame Cook Sarah Silverman Neal Brennan Anthony Jessil Nick, and you'll find out what Anthony Jessop said when he found out that neal was gonna follow him funny funny stuff, and then he also talks about how he got Adam Sandler to do. One of his shows just pretty cool, so he's a really funny guy. I hope you guys support him. Please follow him on. On all his socials. If you guys get a chance, go and see him in a show. If you're in the same spot, or if you're not in the same spot, he's still doing zoom does anyway guys thank you so much for listening I always appreciate it, and if you guys haven't please, subscribe, tell a friend. Leave a review on Apple podcasts. That just pumps me up palms up. It gets Mishal God. It's already. In and I'm doing a arnold. Schwarzenegger Arnold Schwarzenegger. A New Delhi Arnold Schwarzenegger. I'll be to. bagels pump up. Fluffy okay. Okay. Here! COMEDY ADVISE PA. PODCAST. And Friend's DAD rated statement. was up seven. PODCAST! Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of a comedy advice podcast. My name is Stephanie, and I'm your host joining me. Today is a very special guest in La. He's a comedian actor and writer seen on Jimmy Kimmel live comedy, Central Hulu and Amazon, his performed all over the country, some of the country's greatest Acsi host one of the top ten stand up shell a according to La Weekly. Please welcome Neil Nanda. A beautiful intro man. Thank you I was practicing all last night, so I'm glad you're a little out of Brett all right I. got a practice that I feel like my lung capacity isn't what it used to be so three lines is really tough for now. Hair graph is too much I get it. Maybe I should go a little slower next time Yeah House Hawaii. Hawaii great man, you can see. There's a little breeze, so it's clean off the heat from the sun, but other than that it's a breeze man island. Are you on? I'm on the main island. It's called how right that's not. No? I believe is a lot who our Kona but I never know. 'cause they always a big one and I'm like what they're all big in Maui. Some smaller ones, so yeah, you're Oahu Kona. Okay okay good I'm I'M GONNA. Tell you where you are. Cheaper upstaging already I thought it was going to happen later in the game, but just right on old bat I come in hot. For All of our listeners by the way, my zoom background is Hawaii. It looks like what was it a Lou Haw? Have you been the why nope never been never been to Hawaii you're missing out I mean you kind of looks like you've been. there. But yeah. Just a little imagination and I feel like I'm there. I don't know any of the islands yet but I think that. Don Maui was the big island. So that's a problem. Already great. We'd on Maui though. A really yeah, I was in Hawaii. Did Devine's House party in Hawaii and I was with out of this is how I know Adam. Devine is a really cool person will go ahead and start. The story would discuss out advisor, coolest person story and I land in Hawaii and I. Get off the shuttle bus, really hungry and I'm like you I'm trying to eat and they're like Oh. Adam is throwing us a Luau. And I was like what? And I stone everybody a Luau, so we go like half a mile down the beach and is a legitimate Luau roasted pig hula dancers. There's a firepit. It's a legitimate like it's what you imagine would be a Luau. So I pull up and I. Go you know, Be Really Nice right? Now would be joint. We're on the beach so Luau sunset. We're not filming yet, so you know I can't perform high, so we're not filming. It and I was like can I get some wheat. An atom was like I. Got You? And he started going around and asking the as staff DP everybody for we'd nicest guy. Then he gets joint from somebody. Somebody rolls him joint and the handed tour of. And he goes no. Neil asks for this. He has a smoker first cools gone a planet. That's all I needed. That's all I needed. That was in wow. He was also very nice. The rest of the weekend and really fun, and you know really cool, but that to me was like are good dude the end. That's really cool. If if I ever asked for joint people usually do not go scouring the crowd asking for one get old, and then presented to me, so yeah, let's remove VIP treatment as beautiful man as beautiful. What a guy! That was fun Awad. WHO's really fun? It's beautiful island. How long were you there for? Five days or so. I tried to stay longer, but I couldn't afford it. It's mad expensive. Mad Expense I tried to get comedy central I was like two more days and there were no. Joint set you back one day. So you're? Boorda's right. Yeah, so I got four days in there. That's awesome. And how was it filming for Adam Devine's House party. It was amazing is incredible I. Mean I'm divine is such a professional? He's he does his own like warm up and everything for the show, and because he's a celebrity, people are hype. You know especially in Hawaii I'm sure they don't get that. Many celebrities performing in Hawaii, so he he had that crowd really Rockin and I, did have I did have a little problem with my set because I I did like a ten minute set, and.

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Essence

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Essence

"Come back to daily bread. Deepak Chopra these weeks. We have been uncovering hidden dimensions of life. I just wanted to remind you that. This whole daily bad series on secrets is actually drawn from my book. The book of Secret. So if you feel inclined you might want to get the book as well to reinforce your in descending this week we reach the core of our exploration this is that everything is pure essence so pure awareness pure consciousness. Essence is the ultimate mystery because it manages to do three things all at once. It conceives everything in existence. Imagine anything in existence I imagine a rainbow imagine sunset. Imagine the face of your mother or the sound of voice. Imagine listening to John Lennon. Imagine the song itself. How does it start you start? With the conception and intention an conception awareness modifies itself is the concept it turns wattage has imagined into reality. So you imagine creating a great Sculpture What Did he looks at the stone piece of rock a marble piece of marble and imagines David and that's how he starts. What is imagination is turned into reality? Any great piece of art starts like that. The Mona Lisa Michelangelo's Beautiful Sculpture Does but even scientific discoveries Einstein imagined that he was writing on the beam of light from there can the Tiriac relatively so imagination is stunned into reality and then it enters that reality and keeps it alive so essence our consciousness or awareness has conceived constructed imagined governed and then it becomes what we call reality because awareness is embedded in what it has imagined saved simply put I exist. I am an I create I exist. I am aware 'cause I am is the beginning of awareness and then from there on I conceive construct imagine govern and create these The three qualities I exist. I'm aware I create frequently referred to in Sanskrit Nanda South is truth of existence. This awareness on under the joy that comes from unlimited creativity

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Bitcoin Is Struggling - I Am Steering Clear

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin Is Struggling - I Am Steering Clear

"On and actually subscribe. That you'll get to go through the market live and Just show you what's going on so I really do encourage you to get across to try to cope. Youtube page. Followed all subscribe on site and Click on those notifications. So you know when it's coming three softening Australia nation standard time you be getting the low down as to what is going on. So what exactly is going on? Well O. J. Have you ever been on the water when you like if you've been for several And you've been you know there's a big Y you've been smashed and pushed down Dave and you don't know which way's up you completely disoriented And you just don't know what's going on that looks like a mock it right now with scrambling trying to get to the surface which is up. So that's the bulls right with with trying really hard but was stuck in this bloody Whitewater keeps on tumbling is intending as pomace. We haven't had the ball yet so you don't even know where the bottom is with. Y'All hang on a second I. I can't even push off the bottle which why am I going in other words? The market looks confused and vein. Speaking about how can fuse. It's looked for a little while last week. We certainly saw a confused market and look like you know we talk. Throw it out point. Two point four point Nanda Dali soul that while we've seen a little bit more quickly coming into a little more volatility but we certainly haven't seen more confirmed direction. I can tell you that much. Full freight bitcoin a closed the session yesterday. It closed down four point one five percent now. What does that mean well? Much mile as we currently sort of banging around Twain to couple of levels of pretty messy regions. Seventy four and sixty six hundred. That's the Soda. Rage is that we will looking to bash between the minute. So we've got a good one hundred dollars of Ryan that but it's an ugly range. All at the trend fully hypermobility series of strategies. That are the trend following and the probabilities increase the more time frames that you have an agreement so wrought now what's the daily trend doing Baga Role. What's the weekly Trend Doing? Well pulled back up into that cradles on thing that we need to get through their full from the. That's what's replying at. In the market at the moment as far as the way the markets and the low of the time will amid timeframes. It's very very uncertain bitcoin yesterday. Lock closed down. Full percent be closed at six thousand eight hundred thirty three. The theorem also down yesterday. Five point three nine percent wants a guy. There has been moving in big swings to bitcoin. So in its theorems going up. It's going up hard. I WANNA themes going down. It's going down a little bit harder a lot harder but it is definitely going out. Holla keep that in mind for those of you who are looking to try to your cats and he's sitting in bitcoin sitting in his theorem Take advantage over the last couple of weeks with those moves higher. I'd has definitely helped the belts I'm holding I was holding bitcoin now holding a theory of In that one particular county say and It's been it's been helping out quite nauseous. Keep that in mind. Yes downfall point three hundred percent. We closed at a low hundred and seventy tools and forty cents. Were already two hundred. Seventy three seventy one today. Half an hour into the training day appeals had Dan. I three point nine on fought percent closing. Eighteen point one cents lot resistance in nineteen point is still. There is still strong haning very tightly around at twenty seven o'clock now they might talk off right now. Bitcoin Cash Dan yesterday. Four point two percent closing at two hundred nineteen dollars and forty cents on the base. Another one that was down five point three percent quota decent pullback yesterday across the market it closed at one hundred eighty three eighty four. Santana's Nice to say that Mr Craig Rod has gone quiet and BS face Kana just gone So many wars about what's going on here. And Hey said she says Blah Blah Blah. I suppose probably because it's a little bit between one of these little cases it will sort legal cases of what matters. I don't even know if he's got any but I'm sure he does. He always does on the lot. Coin was sitting right now. Forty dollars and fifty cents though a clause yesterday. Thirty eight dollars and thirty five CENTS DOWN FOUR POINT. Seven percent ails was down three point. Three seven percent causing at two dollars and fifty one cents. A guy very very sought wise as we've seen across the hold bonnets the sort of market while the only but one of the few that they're still looking strong on the daily notice strong as some of these other trends we have Translated like to save it worked. We close yesterday. Down was look it was down six point nine nine percent we closet at fourteen dollars and ninety two cents but already today in half an hour with put on two point five percent with sitting at fifteen dollars and twenty nine cents Kaduna Messy sideways closing the day at yesterday. Four point four percent Dan. Closing three point three cents a theory of classic

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Can Taking Zinc Help Shorten Your Cold?

Short Wave

10:44 min | 1 year ago

Can Taking Zinc Help Shorten Your Cold?

"So we are right in the middle of cold and flu season and Alison as our consumer health aficionado. Let's start with talking about how to reduce the likelihood of getting a cold. Okay there's our shortwave favorite which washing your hands and you know mattie not everybody who gets exposed to cold actually get sick when they've done these studies where they take a rhinovirus and they stick it up people's noses and they see who gets sick and who doesn't they find that people who've slept less than six hours are about twice as likely to get sick when exposed to this cold virus as compared to people who've slept more so sleep is really important High stress has been shown to increase the likelihood and a lack of exercise has also been shown to make you more susceptible. I feel like you just targeted me with the high stress. I am not here to wag my finger at you or anyone else because at a certain point look we all get a cold. Typically adults in the. Us get about two to three colds a year. And when you do get a cold there is something you can do to put yourself out of so much misery. One method people swear by is zinc. That's right it's a mineral found in trace amounts in a lot of the foods that we eat our bodies need zinc to function optimally. In fact it's considered an essential mineral and boosting the amount of zinc. You get during a cold by sucking on zinc. Lozenges is actually shown a bunch of studies to help shorten the length of the common cold but only in certain situations and there are a lot of caveats so today on the show zinc an essential mineral and a cold remedy. We'll talk about when it works and when it doesn't Okay Alison we're talking about zinc and whether or not it helps shorten the length of a cold and there's a story behind that question that starts in the nineteen sixties. Yup that's right that is when a young physician named a Nanda persad studied a group of young Egyptian men who were completely deficient in zinc. Now these young men suffered from stunting. They hadn't grown to a normal height or developed normally in other ways and this is because they had very limited diets. They ate a lot of bread. That was hind phosphate. And that can actually block the absorption of zinc. Now skip ahead. Prasada is now ninety. One years old. He is still an active researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit and. He told me that when he gave these young men zinc. Something really remarkable happened. The grew at the rate of five to six inches in height the first two years so it was. What is a molecule remarkable? Change that occurred after supplementation. When you first documented this what was your you must have been ecstatic. Y- well actually the first patient re gives zinc and his other two couldn't believe it because I thought that the growth phenomena will be shut off after the age of eighteen and nothing will happen to anybody but that was not the case. So does that mean that. We all need to grow right well. We all do need zinc for optimal health. It doesn't work like a growth hormone and here in wealthier nations. It's completely possible to get enough zinc in your regular diet. But back in the nineteen sixties. The role of zinc was not at all understood. I mean people thought persad was crazy for just suggesting that zinc deficiency can do this but he ignored all those people who are skeptics. He just kept pressing on. He became really just kind of obsessed with getting to the bottom of how zinc work in the body. And so after he documented the growth in these young men. He threw himself into further studies. He really laid the groundwork by showing that zinc influences immunity he theorized that zinc works as an anti inflammatory agent and then over the course of a couple of decades persad and other scientists have shown that up to three hundred enzymes requires zinc for their activation or stability of their structure. Right like enzymes that you would even be familiar with like alcohol. Dehydrogenation rolls right up the Tong Yung. But importantly breaks down all that beer and wine. You drink the alcohol right right exactly but keep in mind. It took decades to show this. I mean lots of scientists completely questioned persad findings but eventually in nineteen seventy four. The National Academy of Sciences declared zinc an essential mineral for human health and they established recommended daily intake level. What is that Level Alison? Because now I'm a little worried about my zinc levels. Prepare well public. Health officials say that adult men need about eleven milligrams of zinc per day. Women about eight milligrams so let me help you figure this out. If you ate a three ounce beef chuck rose you'd get about seven milligrams so red meat can be quite high. That's close to a day's amount. A Half Cup of beings will get you about three milligrams. Pumpkin seeds a single ounce provides two point two milligrams so that's a good source and then there are lots of cereal grains that are fortified with zinc. Right that's why I eat a bowl of cereal every night. Eleven PM for my zinc. That's right you are clearly not zinc division. Here's a fun fact. Wasters have more zinc per serving than any other food. They contain seventy four milligrams per three serving. That feels like too much now overall. We shouldn't laugh. I mean overall here in North America overt zinc deficiency is pretty uncommon. But let me get back to the story of Dr Prasada and his discovery is now these zinc guidelines were first put into effect in nineteen seventy four and once. That happened. Persad began to wonder since he knew that zinc had an effect on immunity. Weather's zinc supplements might help to shorten the duration and symptoms of a common cold. And I should say that he kinda came at this from what he had realized back in Egypt. He's seeing that. A lot of these deficient men died early from infections. So his guests was that yes zinc lo and behold probably did play this role and immunity. Now it's known for instance that the body requires zinc to develop an activate t lymphocytes those. They're like protect you viruses and tae exactly that come out to protect you. They're the type of white blood cell. That is a key part of the immune system so this was all kind of in the back of his mind. He wanted to test out. Whether these zinc supplements might help shorten the cold so he collaborated with a scientist fellow. Scientists named Tom Fitzgerald at the University of Michigan. I talked to Fitzgerald and he told me what when Persad I gave him this theory. He was pretty skeptical. Got Admit when I first heard this I I actually told us a research assistant i. I think he's losing it. I was he so skeptical other than just being a scientist right. Exactly you know. I guess he was skeptical. That something as basic as a mineral would be powerful enough on its own to alter immune function which is a good level of skepticism. But he did agree to do the study. They recruited a whole bunch of people in Detroit. Who had colds? They gave them zinc lozenges made by a pharmacist. It was a double blind placebo controlled trials that means that neither the participants nor the researchers knew who was getting the real thing and who was getting the Placebo. And here's what they found long behold when I did in Dallas it indeed did shorten common cold symptoms by about two or three days and I gotTa Admit. I was stunned by that result. Two or three days isn't nothing now not at all when you think about. How many lost work and schooldays there are just because of cold symptoms that significant absolutely and then several other studies have confirmed these findings. I talked to another scientist. His name is Harry. Pamela of the University of Helsinki in Finland he published a sort of Meta analysis that reviewed a bunch of the studies and says bottom line here is low doses of zinc lozenges. Don't work you gotTa take about eighty to ninety milligrams a day of zinc at the onset of a cold that has been shown to help shorten it and he says he now uses zinc when he the cold coming on himself though. I'm also encouraging my patients to try zinc but Usually I am encouraging only if the common cold has been lost in for a day or something like that so he saying only within the first day that's right because if you don't catch it at the beginning you can't really halt the progression. It doesn't work okay so if you're taking zinc at the beginning of a cold it has to be within the first twenty four hours. That's what the studies have shown. Okay but here is another caveat and it's a pretty big one if you go to the drugstore right now and you find a zinc product. A lot of what you'll find are these multi ingredient products with a whole bunch of other ingredients. You've probably never heard of before. Be Aware that a lot of ingredients can undercut the effectiveness for instance. Some of them contain citric acid which actually binds with the zinc and makes it completely ineffective. So you're basically saying you've got to take it early. You've got to take at least eighty to ninety milligrams and avoid stuff with citric acid. That's right and as the consumer health reporter here I want to be able to say. Go out and buy this product. Unfortunately I can't do that because the lozenges used in the clinical trial. Those are not commercially available. And here's the deal. A LOTTA TIMES MANUFACTURERS CHANGE THEIR INGREDIENTS. They changed dosing. It's hard to make a solid recommendation about a product. Just basically have to do your homework. You gotta be aware that you need certain dose and that you don't want all these other ingredients think it's more what you can feel assured of is that there's science behind the idea that yes zinc can help shorten a cold. Would you be comfortable saying? Hey go out there and eat a couple of years. You know if you're seafood lover absolutely go. Enjoy some wasters. I can't tell you whether or not they're an aphrodisiac but I can tell you. They've got plenty of zinc

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"nanda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cigarettes and chatting Nanda Sharma has been it's a lot for three hours he's still waiting for his first fair today I have no time for my children no time I mean family so this is this is not a life six children very convict and get ready for the next day to the same thing Sharma is one of more than seven hundred drivers who took out loans to buy medallions if they default they lose all the money they paid on their loans how much money you put into your midnight now is more than eighty thousand dollars that that's taking its toll some of lost their homes and now live in shelters one man is using his social security money to pay the medallion loan every month another has ground his teeth so hard he's broken five of them Ali Asghar is suffering anxiety attacks for the first time just like that sometime I'd get up early like night time when I'm sleeping I get freaked out I feel like I'm sweating and them I've put my kids front of me I so we're living in America my kids are suffering how would be their future several drivers have died from stress related illnesses three weeks ago Muhammad talk make mu hot passed away at his home he was only fifty one years old Ali Ali Connie found a driver dead inside of a cab silicon I was walking passing through I see that guy's legs off the middle and I look at him I said he's look look that the county says the only hope is that the city will buy back their medallions unlike San Francisco New York City is working on a debt relief program for their drivers the only things I asking the city of San Francisco they pay me off by me all that's it the men dying crisis started in two thousand ten there was a budget deficit following the financial recession then mayor Gavin Newsom directed the city to start selling medallions to make money the city encourage the same Cisco federal credit union to issue subprime loans to drivers many of whom had bad or No credit John calling a lawyer for the credit union said it only agreed because the city promised to maintain a viable market for medallions by basically allowing the medallion market to die on the vine along with most most the cab market as well that they preach that obligation there were lots of things the city could have done in may have done to later chose not to do it all which led to the demise of the taxi market as a whole mayor of London breeds office did not respond to a request for comment the credit union is now suing the city but even if it wins it's not clear that the drivers will get back the money they've poured into their medallions that would mean two hundred thousand dollars lost for you judge on it his entire life savings I do not have any hope on the board of supervisors I you have it done for him believe on the peoples of San Francisco they're they're very will step in and they've been forced them to the front the taxi driver of some money back I'm in says he believes the people in San Francisco will do the right thing because the city is the most progressive place in the country which is one of the reasons he came here in the first place I'm Sam our net KQED news you're listening to morning edition on KQED now let's listen to John McConnell with a look at traffic at six twenty nine good news bad news in the peninsula one one northbound is slow from ninety two up to about a third then it gets better there were a couple of crashes ahead of that Burlingame are beyond that at the peninsula avenues a crash and actually because it answered and the sole abroad with those have been cleared also clear finally the Altamont crap a stall stall degrade westbound five eighty Grantland road was there for forty five minutes early cleared about ten minutes ago still backed up on two of five to eleven street but it always is anyway Joe McConnell.

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The Allure of Extra Space & The Challenge of New Schedules

A Slob Comes Clean

07:34 min | 2 years ago

The Allure of Extra Space & The Challenge of New Schedules

"Am talking to. I think it's Rhonda. It's been about a month since we recorded. This and I think I thought it was RENOVA. And then she told me is remanded but now I'm worried that I thought it was romance and she told me as Nanda so you're gonNA find that out in the pike. I guess I could go listen right anyway. but You're gonNA find that out when I do a little bit on. The podcast comes on but I I enjoyed talking to her so much. I mean I have had so much fun talking to kindred spirits because it's like Oh yeah we're kindred android spirits so we get each other and it's just nice knowing that we're all each other's people so Anyway the things that are unique for her situation are that she has had a major job change and with that came a major lifestyle change so she went from Three hours of commuting every day cashew working from home but then does doing a lot of traveling and so that was interesting. We talked through. Just I mean that's a huge. That's a huge thing as you start to get a few things under control and then life changes then you have to get those things back under control in your new situation. So we talked through that she's also got adult adult children living at home One lives at full home full time and one who is in school and then comes back occasionally and stuff so we talked about that kind of thing I I another thing for her is They have a lot of land and so the outdoor decluttering. You know it's like oh well. They're really is space for this. And this and this so that can be a real challenge. Sometimes I know well sometimes I know for me personally I lived. It's a lot of years thinking by the next place where I live. If it had this much space then I would have no issues with clutter and yet that's just just not how it works right the more space you get it presents. It's own clutter challenges so we talk through some of those things and I think you're just going to like her a lot and Enjoy this conversation so I don't forget if you want to check out. PATRIOTIC GOTO PATRIOT DOT com slash. slob comes clean. That's P. A. T. R. E. E. N. dot com slash a slob comes clean all one word And you can find out that and also have a link to it in the show notes. Okay enjoy this conversation with Renata Rhonda Iran data. Hi thanks for coming on the PODCAST and being willing to talk about all of your issues with the world. Thank you for your help. So you're willing to go by your real name Rene Window which is really pretty name. Where did that come from? Thank you my parents actually made it up. My Mom always said I knew you'd be a little different so I'll give you named her with it and here we are. I love it I love. That's so you filled out your form that we had in the kindred spirits group and so I know a little bit about you but I want you to tell everybody else. Can you tell me your unique life situation. Okay Well one of the unique part is I live in a remote rural town and I live in in the country outside of that town so for us to get anywhere. It's you know an hour to get to any urban area and Also living out in the country means I. I don't have neighbors so it's a blessing and a curse because I don't have the pressure of people just stopping by But it's also destination place so people come out you kind of have to let them in your house and go to the bathroom and all that kind of stuff and I'm married for twenty one years. Today's actually our anniversary. So thank you and we have to adults blitz and so we have a twenty year old and she lives at home on the weekends and works out of town on weekdays and then we have eighteen year old. Who's going to community college college so back and forth everyday so young adults just getting started still under your care basically would you say or yes? Yes under my care but now not under my control. Oh my word I think you just gave me a panic because I have the eighteen year old. WHO's get to be done really soon with school so okay but as long as you still pay for everything you you'll have some of that control tree true? Yes okay. So let's get into tell me some of the things that have been successful for you. So far like what strategies have had the biggest impact on your home. Well I go back and forth on being able to implement and not it just depends on my schedule. A lot to I was in a very stressful schedule where I was commuting muting a total of a little over three hours a day not home too late at night and so it was like every excuse in the book to have routines and that has changed and now I work from home and that's a whole new set of learning but after we got some. I'm kinda starting from scratch but I have had really good seasons where I have made sure that the dishes were done before I went to bed every day and then something would happen like I broke my foot and then that didn't happen again and it took us a year to get back in that routine So I think that's the number one major helper. That is the game changer. In meeting produce anything else and I go through seasons of being able to declutter kind of regularly. And then all the sudden dodge okay. You had mentioned that the dishes done before you go to bed does have a huge impact. When you're in that routine? Yes yes so like tell me what what kind of difference it makes. It makes a difference in the first of all if I want to cook anything. I don't have to clean the kitchen first so therefore we eat better food and we eat you know food and because we all have popcorn for dinner sometimes right. I'm not alone. You shouldn't do that. The best enters And then just the feeling of having that done relieves the burden. That would hold me back from doing other things because I'd say why can't go work on this because I have have to do the dishes so it just. I don't know it creates clean slate for the day right right. So tell me about the container concept how that has impacted your home It it is a rule that I can comprehend and a started. Just see it differently like my husband and I both are very optimistic and so it would be a lot of accumulation. It'll projects and what if since some days and accumulate accumulate accumulate until realizing. Oh I don't need to buy another cupboard because I have covered container and so if it doesn't fit in there have to make a decision versus not ever having to hold myself accountable to make a decision on what stays in what goes and now impacted my buying because I'm not. I know that I'm only going to go for projects that are current day or I'm going to say no because I have something else already in place but I WANNA do. I'm getting better outside to. We have a hobby farm which means we have a lot of animals and learning the container concept for them to like baby. Goats are amazing but You can really only have so many in one area you know so. We're not going to add more baby goats or pack or whatever and so oh totally yeah totally so it's helped me create limits and I also applied it in my mind. My schedule of. How much can I reasonably ugly? Take on and put in a day because are thinking that you're gonNa work from home and getting a lot done isn't actually practical. There's only so much you can accomplish in the time that you

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The Assassin Who Wore Braids and Killed Nazis

Retropod

04:51 min | 2 years ago

The Assassin Who Wore Braids and Killed Nazis

"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered. Let me introduce you into a stone cold assassin. Her name was Freddie over staging. She had long dark hair which she typically wore in. Braids rate's a girl next door. Look that made her less suspicious to her enemy. The NACI one minute she was seducing them the next she'd pull a gun from her bicycle basket and execute them in the annals channels of the Nazi resistance. They were few others quite like Freddie who passed away in early. September a day. Shy of her ninety third birthday among low she worked with were her older sister. Truce another was a law student with fiery red hair taking up arms against Nazi occupiers and Dutch traders on the outskirts of Amsterdam. They sabotaged bridges and rail lines with dynamite. They shot Nazis while riding their bikes. Yes they don disguises to smuggle Jewish children out of concentration camps Freddie. She was at her best seducing targets in taverns or bars. She didn't bite them for a stroll in the forest and then in her words she liquidated them. We had to do it. She wants said it was a necessary. Evil killing those who betrayed the good people when asked how many people she had killed were. We're helped kill. She replied one should not ask a soldier any of that. Hello Freddy Nanda over. St John was born in Dutch village of Shelton. In nineteen twenty five her parents divorced when and she was a child and she and her sister were raised primarily by their mother a communist to instilled in them a sense of social responsibility. They were poor and slept on makeshift mattresses. The girls may dolls for children suffering in the Spanish civil war and volunteered for an organization helping political prisoners early on during World War Two the family harbored refugees from Germany and Amsterdam including a Jewish couple and the mother and son who lived the addict after German forces invaded the Netherlands in May nineteen forty the Jews were taken to another location deported and murdered Freddie said the experience haunted her and filled with anger she she and her sister began the resistance careers by distributing pamphlets in hanging anti-nazi posters their efforts apparently attracted the attention of an underground round resistance group which invited them to join mom said yes they learned to sabotage bridges and railways and to fire fire guns by truces account was Freddie who became the first to shoot and kill someone. They cried about it afterward. They weren't murderers but they felt a responsibility to assassinate Nazis. Freddie said it was a source of pride and pain a five year experience that she never regretted but still it haunted her late at night unable to fall asleep. She sometimes sometimes recalled the words of an old battle song that served as an anthem for her and her sister we have carried the best to their graves chiefs torn and fired at beaten till the blood ran surrounded by the executioners on the scaffold and Jill but the raging of the enemy doesn't frighten us after the war truce became an artist she died in two thousand sixteen gene in an interview with Vice Freddie said she coped with the trauma of the war by getting married and having babies she lived the quiet it peaceful life. She enjoyed her grandchildren but death was almost always on her mind. Interviews Pretty often spoke of the physics of killing not the feel of the trigger or the kick of the gun but the inevitable collapse that followed her victims fall to the ground in what is inside us at such a moment. She said in a Dutch newspaper. You want to help them get up.

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"nanda" Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

Executive Moms' Stories

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

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"nanda" Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

Executive Moms' Stories

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

"Podcast but this show is with auditory people who are making an extraordinary efforts the walking moms who are chuckling to keep a balance at work today on executive mom stories dr preteen unless if to share some of the that what was done at gordon my mom never be having get manager fights u._k. Because their time they we used the i._r._a. Money and they young dispatching how can yeah i did not just out toward the four day with twenty seven seven years of experience into healthcare industry. Dr bleeping understandable is passionate about making india hillier and she is co-founder at idiot hospital <music> i'm c._e._o. And founder of a mother of two young boys dr preteen unless it has experience in leadership roles in pharmaceutical republishing and healthcare delivery models with companies like veal t._c. No waspish springer. She completed her m._b._b._s. in one thousand nine hundred and he from twenty and fellowship in functional medicine from george washington university. 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"nanda" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on Here & Now

"I'm friend on the Santos. I'm forty five. My name's Debbie Masella in forty nine years old Krista Eckel, and I am thirty four and I live in pulled in Arizona. We're in Christie's home about sixty five miles north of where her first husband Travis who's overrun by flames along with eighteen of his fellow granite mountain. Hotshots the next morning she had to tell her six year old son in three year old daughter. Their dad wasn't coming home. That's probably the part that gets being the most to this day. I can talk about all of it. But as. Has the mother you do you carry that per two more for your kids? Then you do yourself everyone in this room knows that pain when Debbie Mozelle its first husband Jay died in a car accident fifteen years ago, she also had two children. She's now married to a firefighter in the same region. He's the one who told her about the deaths of the hot shots. I'll never forget. I was on the side of my bed, and I fell to my knees. And I just started praying for the families around the same time for non to Santorum started becoming close to many of those families back then she was a Phoenix based writer for the New York Times. So many people connected to the tragedy trusted her with their stories, which he poured into articles and then into a book and then my husband died. So Mike Di November I did hundred seventeen just a month after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer their daughter flora was eight. I felt like nobody even the people who meant really, wow, didn't really understand except there were some who did the firefighters families for NANDA had kept in touch, and she was invited to a barbecue at one of their homes. That's where she met Chris tackle the hotshot widow who'd mostly steered clear of media in the past. And then we started talking about all kinds of things including the financial reality of being widowed. Krista had cancelled her late husband's cellphone for NANDA head to but told Krista she was paying five dollars a month to preserve the number. So her daughter could use it some day. And then you were like why I know I was shocked. I did not know you could do that. If Krista had known. She would have saved her husband's number for their son. Brayden who is now twelve in bathing for a phone, but it was five years too late. So if you did the only thing she could think of she sent a text message to the number asking you through ever had it would be willing to give it to her son. She posted about it on Facebook. And waited a reply came just a few hours later, perhaps it will be meaningful to your son to know that his dad's number was given to another firefighters wife all this time and to someone who has prayed for God to mend inhale your broken hearts over these years with Debbie Masella, the widow from the beginning of the story who had felt so connected to the hotshot families. I live glad they give up my number which allow me a little time to make the arrangements with my carrier. No a few months later. Krista says she doesn't even think words can describe the difference this few digits have made to son Brayden brain so excited that he has that number. So proud to give it out, you know, that was my dad's old number. He still he says that everybody he gives it to Brayden has his dad's number and now Krista Debbie in Fernanda have one another. And their families too. View. So you for NANDA holds Christie's ten month old daughter Cheyenne. This is the first time all three women have met in person after connecting mostly through calls and text messages. They say they're all going to stay in one another's lives. Debbie who still mourns first husband's death, fifteen years ago leans in close to Fernanda will survive this. And and it doesn't feel like it all the time. But all three, no, it's true. They also know how important it is to keep the memories alive of the men. They've lost friends and acquaintances will often avoid talking about their late. Husband's don't do that. They say instead say their names my late husband's name is Jay maneki. Mike Saucier Travis Carter Mamane brace each hugging. A woman who understands. Thank you for being here. Thank you for being. You too. And I'm Stena seek for here. Now..

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"nanda" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on Here & Now

"I'm friend under Santos. I'm forty five. My name's Debbie masala. And in forty nine years old. I'm Christa at goal, and I am thirty four and I live in pulled in Arizona. We're in Christie's home about sixty five miles north of where her first husband Travis was overrun by flames along with eighteen of his fellow granite mountain. Hotshots the next morning. She had to tell her six year old son in three year old daughter. Their dad wasn't coming home. That's probably the part that gets being the most to this day. I can talk about all of it. But as. Has the mother you do you carry that two more for your kids? Then you do yourself everyone in this room knows that pain when Debbie Mozelle its first husband Jay died in a car accident fifteen years ago, she also had to children. She's now married to a firefighter in the same region. He's the one who told her about the deaths of the hot shots. I'll never forget. I was on the side of my bed, and I fell to my knees. And I just started praying for the families around the same time for NANDA Santos started becoming close to many of those families back then she was a Phoenix based writer for the New York Times. So many people connected to the tragedy trusted her with their stories, which he poured into articles and then into a book, and then my husband died, so Mike die November. I did hasn't seventeen just a month after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer their daughter flora was eight. I felt like nobody even the people who meant really well didn't really understand except there were some who did the firefighters families for NANDA had kept in touch, and she was invited to a barbecue at one of their homes. That's where she met Chris tackle, the hotshot widowhood mostly steered clear of media in the past. And then we started talking about all kinds of things including the financial reality of being widowed. Krista had cancelled her late husband's cellphone for NANDA head to but told Krista she was paying five dollars a month to preserve the number. So for daughter could use it some day. And then you were like why I know I was shocked. I did not know you could do that. If Krista had known. She would have saved her husband's number for their son. Brayden who is now twelve and begging for a phone, but it was five years too late. So if you did the only thing she could think of she sent a text message to the number asking you through ever had it would be willing to give it to her son. She posted about it on Facebook. And waited a reply came just a few hours later, perhaps it will be meaningful to your son to know that his dad's number was given to another firefighters wife all this time and to someone who has prayed for God to mend inhale your broken hearts over. These years was Debbie Masella? The widow from the beginning of the story who had felt so connected to the hotshot families. I live glad they give up my number. Would you allow me a little time to make the arrangements with my carrier? No a few months later. Krista says she doesn't even think words can describe the difference this few digits have made to son Brayden brain so excited that he has that number. So proud to give it out, you know, that was my dad's old number. He still he says that everybody he gives it to Brandon has his dad's number and now Krista Debbie in Fernanda have one another. In their families too cheaply. So you for non to hold Christie's ten month old daughter Cheyenne. This is the first time all three women have met in person after connecting mostly through calls and text messages. They say they're all going to stay in one another's lives. Debbie who still mourns first husband's death fifteen years ago leans in close to Fernanda well survive this, and and it doesn't feel like it all the time. But all three, no, it's true. They also know how important it is to keep some memories alive of the men. They've lost friends and acquaintances will often avoid talking about their late. Husband's don't do that. They say instead say their names my late husband's name is Jay maneki. Mike Saucier Travis Carter embrace each hugging. A woman who understands. Thank you for being here. Thank you for being. And I'm Stena seek for here. Now.

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"nanda" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on KPCC

"It could be a table. It could be your hand. And then the device can detect it and use it as an input. So the sonar will detect the movement of your finger in air sea. What you're drawing touched anything anymore. You don't have to could you draw your own name in the air? And then logon somehow. Yeah. You could dry name you could you could possibly like cmap your screen to another place. You could dry even a picture, and it can be detected by the the smartwatch or any other device. Make us not phone. Well, you're one smart scientists Dr Kumar thank you for taking vying to be with us today. Thank you, Roger Lakshmi NANDA Kumar is a PHD candidate the university of Washington in Seattle. That's about all the time. We have for this hour. Charles Burke, west is our director, senior producer Christopher and tally out to our producers are Alexa, limb Christy Taylor and Katie feather. We had technical and engineering help today from rich Kim, Sara Fishman, Kevin wolf, and we're active all week on all the social media Facebook Twitter Instagram, and if you have a smart speaker, and you can ask him to play science Friday whenever you want it. It'll play the latest episode of the show. So every day now his science Friday. Reflate show in New York. Signs Friday is supported by indeed with indeed employers can post a job in minutes, set.

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"nanda" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"So you can build a muscle mass quicker. We work with different professional athletes, and then also cognitive. Use it hit increases neuro plasticity actually gonna be working with the flood genome project in talks with them right now. But instead by chemically flow state or being in the zone where you're you're just cranking. Everything's operating properly. It actually turns out that it's a peak of the NANDA mind in the brain with the right levels of dopamine serotonin. And so because CD natural increases in onto my levels in the cabinet system. Regulates receptors for in every system sell under on cellular tissue in the brain. We're fighting that it can buy clinically get you into flow state and maintained longer. We're gonna study that with them. So yes, it's it's the best health optimization you can possibly do for yourself to have a healthy cabinet system in the key is getting enough in two at the right dose levels. Does is levels to be able to maintain that in this modern virement and. The really optimizing minimum of five hundred milligrams a day to start. That makes sense with the anti-ageing opponent. Even just in light of what you said about oxidative stress because I think like our modern lifestyle is kind of built for sedate of stress between like the things you think of that can increase it, which like smoking and drinking too much fried food which hopefully nobody's doing but also just flying or eating out or not getting enough sleep or even having workouts like all of these contribute to oxidative stress. So to.

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"nanda" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"nanda" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"So you can build a muscle mass quicker. We work with different professional athletes, and then also cognitive. Use it hit increases neuro plasticity actually gonna be working with the flood genome project in talks with them right now. But instead by chemically flow state or being in the zone where you're you're just cranking. Everything's operating properly. It actually turns out that it's a peak of the NANDA mind in the brain with the right levels of dopamine serotonin. And so because CD natural increases in onto my levels in the cabinet system. Regulates receptors for in every system sell under on cellular tissue in the brain. We're fighting that it can buy clinically get you into flow state and maintained longer. We're gonna study that with them. So yes, it's it's the best health optimization you can possibly do for yourself to have a healthy cabinet system in the key is getting enough in two at the right dose levels. Does is levels to be able to maintain that in this modern virement and. The really optimizing minimum of five hundred milligrams a day to start. That makes sense with the anti-ageing opponent. Even just in light of what you said about oxidative stress because I think like our modern lifestyle is kind of built for sedate of stress between like the things you think of that can increase it, which like smoking and drinking too much fried food which hopefully nobody's doing but also just flying or eating out or not getting enough sleep or even having workouts like all of these contribute to oxidative stress. So to.

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One woman's journey through war, abuse, and healing

Price of Business Radio

00:03 sec | 3 years ago

One woman's journey through war, abuse, and healing

"This is Stu Taylor on business. Now. Good morning. Good morning. It's great to have you with us from wherever you are certainly going well overseas by virtue of Skype to have I Don. I think they're going to join the interview. So stay with us as we we open up today and her name is. Lilly. Violet and. She is. The author a very interesting book called Cindy is story, and it is published by X levers. amazoNcom Barnes and noble dot com. Uber start. Join us and good morning. Welcome from us way overseas. Where were you an Oscar really, you're right. Yes, sir. Says thank you so much for having me. All right. It's a real pleasure. And you've got to an interesting sensitive with some deep meaning out. What's what's cities story about and isn't about you? Yes. This is my life story. Thirty years of my life divided into six chapters and sorry about family about war survival in early ninety s immigration immigrating to Australia years of domestic abuse about my career. Life struggles. Love hope. Is this message to people who have been through this? Who can expect tragic or unexpected events in life, and we all have to learn how to deal with it. Yes. Yes. Exactly. Right. I wanted. I wrote my book as a way of healing myself after everything I've forgotten to. Putting everything on paper has given me a one last time to reflect on how far have come in life and all the things that I should be grateful for it wasn't easy. It was a very big struggled. But I just had to ride in hopes that my story was health and inspire others. So yeah, that's why I'm here to share a little bit of what happened to me throughout the years. And how how come I overcome some of the big struggles? Would you say this book was also a form of catharsis that it's helping the ongoing healing process that I think all of us need. Yes. Exactly. Right. Because even dole. Punishing. My book was like a final cherry on top of the cake in thinking that I healed to everything. But honestly every day is another. A lesson in every day. I work on myself just to help myself get to everything because there still such Baxter of even war events or domestic abuse or bullying at work or little trigger. Do you know that happened today month years? So yeah. Everyday is a new day and every day is. And a push unity to grow opportunity to grow and to work on on on on myself and just to learn how to deal with everything to wedged question. Number one. What have you learned from writing this book becomes an experience of meeting the author? And what are you find from people who have read it? We have taken something away from the sports double double question. Yes. So what I learned was that? Shirt while I was very very strong to every single event that happened to my life because once I start riding it. I realized that going back to those places and does moments experiencing the real emotion that happened at a time. Really, really, really hard. Like, even inviting about it made me cry. There was some events that happened actually stopped me from writing for few days. Just because I had to really really everything against so just learning. My truth Trent, and how everything was so difficult and everything was challenging, but somehow managed to overcome each and every problem, I gave up a few times to the point that I was suicidal. And those were very very very very dark moments in my life, because I'm known for being very positive I and even in the hardest time, but yeah, just hitting that rock bottom, and realizing that if I continued that way, and if I keep doing what I was doing at a time. I'm I'm not going to be here to share my love for the world. So yet, but. What I wanted to share with your listeners. And. Everyone who have read the book said that. Well, one thing after night after night after NANDA very challenging very challenging life. But. Everyone headed very positive in firing. And even in very unimaginable moments. And yeah.