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Review: 'La Nave De Los Monstruos' 1960 Mexican Sci-Fi Movie

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Review: 'La Nave De Los Monstruos' 1960 Mexican Sci-Fi Movie

"I am so thrilled to be talking about the movie that we've selected for today. Lanoviy las monstruous sort the ship of monsters and astoundingly shockingly devastatingly awesome mexican film from nineteen sixty in the exquisite genre of science fiction. Horror romantic comedy musical This is a movie about women from the planet. Venus who are roaming deep-space on a quest for the hunky aliens in the galaxy and skip from planet to planet collecting reptile cyclops. Hunks kissy face. Brain newton hunks fang head skeleton hunks until they finally meet the honky. Tonk of all a rascal writer of the chihuahua. Planes played by the incomparable lalo gonzalez aka porto more on him later. This movie is so much fun. Yeah this is a real pleasant surprise. When when you brought this this title to to our attention. I did like some preliminary research. I looked it up in the The cyclotron video guide like all right. It's listed there. Sounds like like like it. Might be good so i went into it expecting there to be something awesome about it. You know i'd find a monster. I liked her performance. I liked. I was also expecting a certain amount of dead space in. There is sometimes the case with films from this time period of this caliber but this one is just wall to wall excellence. Yes totally they're not a dull moment. I mean we've we've watched some sci fi horror movies from the fifties that they might have a really fun goofy looking monster or they might have elements that work really. Well not of this earth comes to mind but then there will be other moments that are kind of some dead space. Yeah we're gonna dull square logo dudes just standing around delivering dry dialogue. This movie has essentially none of that. It's all killer no filler

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"naveed" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"naveed" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

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"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"Congratulations you've just joined an elite club by listening to a full episode. You're now officially on the negotiate. Anything team so welcome aboard what most team members do is they subscribe to the podcast because that allows them to automatically get the latest episodes of the show. The best things in life lie on the other side of difficult conversations. Keep learning keep practicing and keep getting better. Your relationships with improve your career will soar. And you'll have the confidence you need to get the most out of these crucial conversations again. Thank you for joining the team. We're excited to have you. And i will see you in the next episode calculator powers. The world's best podcasts. Here's a show that we recommend. Hi my name. Is john camp. And i'm a licensed therapist and host of the angry therapist. Podcast i went through my own. Inner journey many years ago post divorced and had been helping people with there's ever since i put self betterment to a shot glass i come with you instead of that. You casual clinical episodes around ten minutes because who's got the time these days and there three times a week so if you want your shot of self-help check out my angry therapist. Podcast at apple spotify a cast or wherever you get your pot on cash..

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"And know it. A lot of people have to help you get there in successively come by so you don't do it by yourself. So yeah she's my number one part with this is great yet. Yeah man we are. We're very similar in that regard. 'cause i mean it's tough especially when there's a bit of a violation of expectations to For my wife. My wife's doctor and she married a lawyer. There's an anticipated trajectory for that and other. Yeah you know what happens up the different in mind. I know we just had a baby and everything. But let's try this thing out. It's tough to do. But i think the if you fail in those negotiations it is the thing that will have the most negative impact on your life. Going forward and people often overlook it. They often overlook. And it's it's really problematic and it's not just problematic in terms of the context of the of the relationship. But i think a lot of these hard charging business. People often overlook the fact that it has a negative impact on the business. It has a negative impact on the business. I remember one time. I was doing negotiation coaching session with somebody and so we started a coaching session. He was talking about Investors how he wanted to get the investors on board get a lot of startup funding and all that type of stuff and And i said okay so. How does your fiancee feel about. All this. he wasn't you know was not completely on board with the way that things were going to move forward and everything like that and hadn't cleared some stuff with him. I said hey you know what. We're scrapping everything about to talk to talk to us. We're going to talk about because that negotiation is the most important one. And i said i look i look at you and i know you are like me. You are the kind of person who will charge forward and do what it takes to make this work. You're very competitive. And i said listen dude. The thing that is going to sink you. The fastest is girl problems. Mom now and so. We spent like two or three sessions working on that particular negotiation before moving onto what from the outside looking in would have seen like the big obvious negotiation multimillion dollar startup up funding deal. But we had to stop and focus at home to make sure that the foundation was secure. It's so important. It's so important because this is the person.

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"Goes back to your best alternative to a negotiated agreement in this situation. If this institution isn't ready well you know then we we'll stand strong and we might have to pass on it but you know where you stand and then they take you seriously when you when you hold firm to its it's powerful. I think you know i. I've been listening to a sales lead. I really admire recently. His name is todd caponi and he wrote a book called the transparency sale and he always say to decides every conversation. You have. you're either building trust or your eroding. When i heard that i was like holy crap how true this is amazing. You just rank too so it's really encouraging to hear that that you agree and that these things actually do work. Yeah and i the one of the things. That's so powerful about it is that it's it's clear and that clarity leads leads you to be more likely to execute right. 'cause i almost wanted i said easier. It's not easier to execute. Sometimes telling the truth is the hardest pack to take right but at least you know what to do because you're not playing games. You're not playing games with yourself. And you're not playing games with other people so it becomes very clear and understandable what to do and And that ties into the first part of your philosophy rights you. The first president needs to be honest with yourself right and That i really. That's really it's brilliant because of the the simplicity of application right because we can give people all these really cool complicated approaches but if they don't understand it then nobody's gonna do about it and you say be honest be clear understand what your conviction is and why you believe this thing and then articulated to the other side. I have to give a lot of credit to my parents or or raising weight that you know as tempted and you know. Look there many times where. I've done the opposite obese and then i felt horrible or have failed the thing because i wasn't being true to myself so you know i think it's really about being Yourself and doing things that are that are easy for you even though it may be hard to egg absolutely and and honestly to the oh let's let's quote let's quote some You know swordsman movies. I forget which which which movie this was. I've never seen the movie. But i know the quote The there was like a swordsman. And he was saying he was really good he was very very good like the best in the world and he said you know. I'm so good. Because i'm not afraid to die and i don't remember which movie it was from. But he he's like. I'm going to go and do what needs to do. And if i lose loons and honestly that's the framework. I haven't negotiation too because i say sometimes the best not the worst negotiation outcome is negotiation. That shouldn't have ended up in a deal. And it's you're you're supposed to go there and see a deal exists right. It might not and then you can move on thing. It doesn't have to.

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"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"I love that so much and you know. Honestly i would be remiss bided. I didn't say that. I learned a lot about that from this podcast. Thank you yes i one. Hundred percent degrees is so important. Conversations comprised two words right like so words are very important if you came to me and you said as less strenuous and hey my guy you're you're underperforming that's very different our recei very differently than if you came to me at my boss and he said hey you're not performing thing. Those are the same words coming from different people than mean very different things. And what happened like so a lot of a lot of bencher captain. And so you'll hear people say that you should not start a business with your best friends. Because oftentimes these things are overlooked. And so you know. We already established that communication relationship has prince buddies as co-conspirators in whatever things that we're trying to do but now we have a different. Isn't that a different. And i'm the boss. It's very difficult to come to terms with all that means it doesn't make things change. We have to accept that when we are speaking in a certain fashion. We're talking about. The business. Is very important that i have to make sure that. And you know it's it's both afar benefits. I think that. When when i if i mean the person who's picking in the i'm really messing this up there. People involve people involved and we both have on the stand that then i make it where we're operating under and so it because in the end of the day. Why do we do this. We do this because we're gonna help people. Can we help people constantly swimming ourselves. We haven't figured out how to talk now helplessly. Then you have to stick with our with our you know our our customers our customers. It's extremely important. No this is good. No this is fantastic. And i feel like we're going to spend the whole episode talking about just the co founder as and we might have to come back and go deeper. This is a great time to to the vendor side and so what types of things do we need to keep in mind when it comes to negotiating with the vendors. My answer though is going to be to be hundred percent transpired about where you are. There's nothing as disappointing as getting. Call it somebody who expects to be talking to a customer who has also about users and finding out that your be launch started off the whole relationship wrong so very important and the thing is that oftentimes at from a start up the powder is so different by you. Have zero hour literate. I'm so damn business that means we have to make payments to the big loan servicers we refuse to write checks we we insist on making the payments that is our standard and so if we wanna make digital payments we have to convince them to give us their car numbers and we have to convince them to do work that we can send them information about how to distribute the funds presentative from what's pedestal. A hug like come and tell you. Hey our team. We've got four people. Were ready to send your money. Probably in two months but obviously not that. That's not i'm being. I'm being funny here. But the very different. And so really the thing that the thing that we noticed experimented few different times. How do we speak. What really.

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"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"One of the major aspects of the preparation was figuring out what's fair was because fairness very nebulous concept. But the fact that it's nebulous and subjective doesn't mean that it is not very real to the people who are involved. Everybody has a personal sense of fairness. And so you had to figure out a what that was in this situation and then operate on that truce for you while at the same time which is perhaps the most difficult recognizing that's your co founder has the same rights and authority To to share what he feels is fair in that situation too and then you have to reconcile those two things and especially when a company is at its inception right. Now you're fifteen months into it so you have. You actually have something a bit more tangible but especially at the beginning. It's really tough to figure out what is fair in business yet exist right understanding that that's going to have a significant impacts down the road on future decisions and everything like that so there. There's a lot in this story that we can learn from and now that it's done looking back. What do you think was the most important thing that you learned through that experience. Having that conversation with your partner one might say it was a reinforcement of previous belief in that. Transparency is really best approach. Being honest about why we were having a conversation and the process by which i got to even austin him to meet with me about was extremely important. And so perhaps. In retrospect now that i think about it. It's very easy when you have these kinds of conversations to start talking about performance as justification and naturally inclined to do that as well but recognize fortunate. They recognized the mistake. We're not talking about reformers. We were talking about a fair distribution of equity and that that was a wonderful running point in our conversation or me. And i think we're him as well as to understand that we can talk about performance one hand we can talk about.

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"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"naveed" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"We have to reduce things that we agreed to in the past and this is a big deal because the startup all you have is equity right absolutely zero dollars committee maybe negative so So he was extremely difficult. I had to really think about and listening to your podcasts. Negotiating the bush broadcast. I realize it's very important to do. A couple of things. One is to form a framework. How do i think about these things. I i these conversations and the second is to realize that don't just because you can have a conversation mean the so it's a so. I tried to use that treadmill. What how do. I approach this. The first is. I need to have a conviction in that what i am seeking to have a conversation about the outcome that i'm i'm pursuing. The i believe it's the right thing to do. And it is fair normally for myself but also for that other person now in fairness cannot did not necessarily translate winning. But but but i have a strong belief in in that so then you have a conviction fairness and then i find that it works best for me when i'm completely transparent that how my personality is and so if i if i don't take advantage of that transparency things don't tend to work out for me you know. Some people are better at holding cards back or not and for me. It's just a much simplified. Say here's what i'm pushing this from. These are the reasons why we're having this conversation now. You should tell me what you think. What do you think is expected outcome from the so. That's how we approach this. It's easy to say. In retrospect but it was. It was so difficult for both of us right so from his perspective. Imagine how you would feel if somebody came in somebody you trust. Some one of your best friends said miss. You're going to have less of this company when you wake up tomorrow it's off. It's an awful feeling..

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Rainstorms Bring Relief as Europe Suffers Summer Heat Wave

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Rainstorms Bring Relief as Europe Suffers Summer Heat Wave

"Brought a much-needed cool down to parts of western europe over the weekend as the continent's sweltered under its first summer heatwave. Dozens of people were reported drowned as they sought relief from the heat. Forecasters predicted further downpours. Moving east toward poland which has seen five days of unusually hot weather. Germany's national weather. Service said temperatures in the west and north of the country dropped from over thirty degrees celsius over the weekend to about twenty degrees. After a night of heavy rain off. The days of soaring temperatures france was lashed by violent thunderstorms that sent a bell tower crashing to the nave of a village church in central france. The storm also talk through vineyards and flooded homes and public buildings. At least fifteen people drowned in poland over the weekend which was also the hottest so far this year with temperatures reaching thirty five degrees centigrade. Rescuers say the most frequent causes of drownings recklessness overestimating one swimming abilities and going into the water after drinking alcohol in total more than a dozen people have drowned in germany over the past week. Moscow has also been hit with a heat. Wave with temperatures spiking above thirty degree centigrade. On sunday. russia's weather agency warned that the unusually hot weather with temperatures seven centigrade to ten centigrade higher. The normal is likely to persist in the russian capital and the surrounding region. Through friday greece's national meteorological service has forecast temperatures between thirty eight and forty one degrees centigrade from wednesday through sunday when temperatures in the north of the country. Us a receipt slightly. Although it's common temperatures to hit the forty centigrade range in the summer in greece it's unseasonal to have such hot weather this early in the year.

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Voice AI in Europe Year-in-Review 2020: Voice Assistants and Privacy Issues

The Voicebot Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Voice AI in Europe Year-in-Review 2020: Voice Assistants and Privacy Issues

"One of things. I do Just for the audience's give you a little perspective before we go into this. I have some ideas of things that i think are big stories of the year that we should talk about. But i also ask guests to suggest some things and top of the list for nave. Was privacy concerns around voice technology. And i think interestingly enough this is a topic we didn't really talk much about by. Us guests when we did a yard review just just a few days ago but europe has different views on this in there has been. There's been a lot of movement at the regulatory level. You know clearly there's consumer privacy advocacy going on europe. Tell me a little bit about why you think that was one of the top in twenty twenty four voice. Yeah it's funny. You say that about your your you ask us. I mean privacy came as is a big story twenty. Nineteen ridi ryan's with all of those events with you know confident top story. I would say twenty nineteen. I mean everything a month. There was another expose in lower telling a story. So i guess you could argue that. It's trending nineteen story but privacy has become such a big part of the way we talk about voice technology. Certainly it's a box labs when it comes to kids that it's something that all of our clients are talking to us about all the time and i told you know it may well have come as and been a mainstream media topic in twenty nine teen but everybody is still talking about. Voice are bad privacy and in fact they're more educated parents because children being remote learning all year long this year with the pandemic you know that concern on the parents size but also in terms of our kinds of companies on the entertainment companies. I think when you look at the numbers it's really interesting to see the wild keeper more education than have more concerns about privacy and bread. You guys did a survey on this year. Yourselves of as trust issues with voice assistance at we can still see the numbers of people. Buying them are going up enough so to me that translates to adults thinking okay. I'll you consent to use my voice if you give me. Convenience in utility voice under bassett tradeoff that adults are willing to to go if they think about it at all rise but the very different construct when it comes to kids you know i mean when you think a bad kids invoice are really comfortable as parents of young kids to allow our kids voices to be used as data accumulation exercise where you know they can be profiled for at driven business models where the utility in the business model are combined. And i think a lot of people when they sound bites and think about that Browns there are concerns when it comes to car manufacturers toy manufacturers education companies. I say when it comes to privacy one of the reasons why is because for kids voices not a nice to have. It's not just a convenience. As technology has become more accurate. It's become a necessity for kids to use voice technology and more and more as becomes ubiquitous in classrooms. And at home kids voices will be used at the natural interface with lots and lots of technology. So we come to take you for granted thus kedah invoices stages collected unused posts consent in exactly the same way as as stages use storage and processed in the exact same ways. So for me. I guess the the stark paying about twenty twenty was we had all of this ad crying. Twenty nineteen very little changed in twenty twenty on regulation. We can't really expect regulation to turn it off on you know it's up and eighteen. Chapman best just not realistic but it is realistic for at the market to reflect some of those concerns and for companies like us who are privacy by design from the get-go who built from grand four privacy from since twenty thirteen to have it now as a competitive advantage. That privacy is something that's built into our system in amherst seeing a lot of people asking us bag privacy so you know. I think it's issue that will continue to be there and i think for kids. It's absolutely fundamental rise and and we'd like to hear more our compatriots in the voice space token

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"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"Would leave anybody. Awesome men again, Navy I. Definitely appreciate the time again congratulations on all the success in. Thank you for for what you do. Especially, you know right now I i. know you're on the physical therapy side of things but you know everything going on, you know with this pandemic and everything it's a tip my hat off to you 'cause you're you're there on the front line and I wish you the best hope that you stay safe the wife in the kids we we send our love and congratulations on all your success brother. Phoenix again, make sure we We definitely grab a beer and grab some dinner. Absolutely and I'm looking forward to that. Thank you man I'm I'm really proud of you. I'm really happy for everything you have. Beautiful family advocacy. Project man everything you're doing over there. Doing. Great things. man I can't wait to bear with you, Bro. Stay. SAFE OUT THERE Man Thank you thanks. Everyone that was Dr Shawn Physical. Therapists out of Phoenix Arizona. Thank you again if he'd for all the love for all the support and again I appreciate everything that you do in I, congratulate you on all your great success and hope you continue to thrive in become one of the best physical therapists out in Arizona area guys that's GonNa be it for us this week. Thank you guys for tuning in in checking out the show next week we'll get back into our topics and we're going start talking about how we you know some of those roadblocks and bumps that we. We've talked about over the course of today's show road talk about them, and how we adjust fire along the way within our project and really kind of quality control as well, and we're GONNA start to get into those topics on how we sit necess- to see if we're going down the right path not so I look forward to seeing you guys next week. That's a wrap for this week's episode of the Project Life Podcast. Thank you again for tuning in, and if you like what you heard, please be sure to subscribe like share with your friends and family till next time..

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"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"Thinking to myself I need to be better about that as well. Yeah and you know when when I when I thought about it, you know when when we first started the show. It was you know it it's not something revolutionary. A lot of times. We do this stuff on a day to day basis, but we just don't realize it or we do it on other things you know and if we can just capture some of that stuff, you know it's just you know I could I could break it down as simple as you know going to groceries like there's Many people may not think about it, but there's tends to be a plan in place of Oh man I need to go the store at you know after work at five here's my list of stuff. I need the food you know are needed to take me an hour because I gotta get back before Xyz like we do we do allow these things on on without blinking and I actually realizing some of the stuff that we do on our day to day basis in just to kind of slow down as we pinpoint something that we wanna accomplish you know bigger in life you know it's Kind of what hit me when when the show I started was I'm like man, we do a lot of this stuff on day I have made the statement on social media that everyone is a project manager. You're a project manager of your life and say you were good project manager. I'm just saying you're project manager of your life, and if you make a couple small tweaks or if you realize that you're doing something, you know you can change the whole outcome of what your life is just by tweaking a few things within your life. percent. And? I, think it's No I I. Agree with you. You know. Nothing it's like. But I mean pretty much. Every aspect of our life is is some type of Project I. You know like you raising your daughter you have being in a happy marriage you being successful at work you being success like Laura Fire. Management. You. Know if you don't consistently, you know it's still values in your daughter. You don't you don't participate work on, you know their relationship you have or communication either the border razor you know. Fifteen years go by and she and she's not the person that. You hoping to be. and then you're wondering it's like well because you to your plan, you want it all these things for but had no way you're. Being with American thing with career, like you have these ideas of what you WANNA do but you're managing them incorrectly and I it's it's all it's and that's not an easy thing to do to have that level of self awareness or to critically think what can I do to be better about whatever this is that I I need to improve upon I need to work on But if you have that man, I mean, that's that's a powerful person. Well lead I, WANNA. Thank you mean I want you know I I know you're a busy man and I wanNA take up too much of your time but I just wanted to get one last thing out of year, and if there was one thing that one of our listeners could take away just in your opinion on a kid coming from South Phoenix now being a physical. Therapists in the Er impact in the lives. What would be your one piece of advice that you would give that next person or the you've given to someone else as you see them come you know out of bad situations or have the ability to or want to have the ability to just turn their their life around maybe hidden that wall in college or a high school. Student that doesn't know what they really want to do what would be that one piece of advice. And I I I end up sitting on my thought when I was. been on my soapbox a lot in Repeating the same thing but I think if I can give A. If I can give you my my first one would be. Done that. To me data tattooed on my arm was a book by another book by Ryan Holiday But Eagle is the enemy. I think about most of my successes and most of my failures, nearly all of my failures is. Because of my ego because. I didn't have to work that hard that we're going to take care of itself that I'm fine that won't happen to me. with my ego talking. failed relationships, failed friendships, bell you know pro. Business ventures was that was my ego talking failed and failed? Whatever that was my ego talking but I when I was successful, it was when I put my ego aside when I said, you know. I make mistakes. I'm not as smart as I think I I'm not. I. Need to work hard because if I don't I'M GONNA, fail it and I need to keep my humility If I wanted to see. and I tell people that a lot because I feel like a lot of people, their egos and. They let that that false sense of confident get in their way and in masses them up it trips them up. I think the the other piece of advice. People that the best version of yourself. You know I think we have especially nowadays man there's. There's a lot of like a lot of anger. There's a lot of decision there's a lot of. Separation and I think whenever I walk into a patient's room whenever I interact with a with a coworker, I wanNA give them. The best version of myself I want to work as hard as I. Possibly, can I want to show them as much time as much love as much compassion as I can for that one person because I have no idea what they're going through. I've no idea. What they need, but I do want to put my best foot forward for that and I want to be the best person I can be for them for Co worker for that patient for that friend for that family member for that spouse for that child whatever it is. They you know I wanna be the best person of myself now. So. Those would be my two pieces of advice that I.

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"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"On paper if you have that outlook as opposed to Oh, this going to be easy to be agreed there's not gonna be any issues Then, you know you're setting yourself up for failure at the very least disappointed. And then if you go on with the super pessimistic, like nothing's going to work I'm GONNA fail it's not gonNA happen here. You're probably it's probably GONNA fail if you're thinking of doom and gloom, it's been probably end up that way. Yeah most definitely in enough touched on on the podcast along the way you know one one of the biggest quote unquote projects that I think a lot of people go to in in unprepared is things just like being healthy and losing weight right? Like we're where we're at that point of the year December's around the corner January's around the corner and everyone. Makes that New Year's resolution that you know I wanNA lose weight and and but they they make it January first and they don't go in in prep themselves or or understand what it takes, what it takes what you know what really goes into. You Know How many times am I going to go to Jim how much you know what kind of died am? I really going to be on a lot of people end up January first here I am I want to lose weight and then two weeks later you know it's there they they've lost any of that quote unquote resolution for for the year because they failed to plan in again that that's my opinion that's kind of what's driven. The show was hey if. He just maybe planned in December you know for this something as small as I want to shed a few pounds at the beginning of the year. But he took maybe a couple of weeks to actually look into understand the time commitment understand what the requirements are. There's probably a higher likelihood they usually succeed in that task as compared to just jump into it. Oh. I couldn't agree with you more like a million percent like. A million for things like I. See it. A lot of times people get the what you know they. They have what they WANNA do. Like they everybody has their. What's right? They want they want to lose weight they WANNA. Say you know ten grand they WANNA do XYZ. But the how they just don't. There's had enough their selves for failure because they're not setting up. They're not looking at that how So. Like people do and people do it constantly they they do whether weight loss and they do with you know running or they do and they'll whatever it is. I'M GONNA to run a marathon. I WANNA to run a marathon this year. Great. How. Oh. Well. I. Guess. I should start running at some point and it's like if you don't have that planet that like you're like, yeah like you just said man, you're setting yourself up for billiard if you think or what my goal is to lose five pounds. Wow How Are you going to change your diet going to start walking more or are you going to you know take care of your body? So much on the weekend. What are you GonNa, do I I don't know I just WanNa lose weight certain January. I. It's like well, good luck man but I don't I mean without without you know concise plan a concrete plan you're you're you're not gonna it's GonNa be a lot more difficult than just off the top. Oh. Yeah. Oh. Yeah and and that's what ultimately that's what this show is about in in in having guys like yourself on the show to show hey, someone who again comes from you know, Phoenix Arizona from from South Phoenix in. If you know the areas, it's areas where you know kids like us don't come out. But at some point you know we can do something with ourselves. One if we change your mindset but to if we prepare ourselves and understand it, make the adjustments necessary. You know I've hit a law you've hit a wall we were able to at least adjust ourselves A. To to jump forward and then continuously progress because again, these these projects in life are ever changing and if you stay, you know if you think. You're GONNA JUST GONNA fall into line and you're just going to you know could accomplish what you want without having any course or worrying about anything bad happening. You know again, you're just going to set yourself up for success because again, we all have to adjust as we go along for the road bombs. Unexpected. Things like family. But again as have Abba talked about the last five weeks thinking about the family members again, league you hit the nail on the head. So many people know the what. But the how and the why in in what is? In. Breakdown that what even further on what it takes to get your what you know what does it really, what does it really take? How many hours in the gym is at fifty pounds really gonNA cost. You have even talked about it or you just I'll go to to the gym for thirty minutes like winning your day. Are you going to go to the gym because you work twelve? Hours a day you have two kids at home. You have a wife I. It's just those are the things that I wanNA help get across to to folks. You know that if you just change your mindset and see one or two things to where he can make tweaks, then anything could be possible and I think being you Kinda live through that that you know we we've seen it. We've. Lifted in. Now you can take two kids from South Phoenix that are continuously growing. Ones Dr want an officer in the military and weaken. We're we're trying to live proof that it can happen but just the right preparation. About the percent man. Like I, I'm very Yeah. No I agree with you more men and having a you know having that plan and being able to execute it day in day out is. It's probably. Like. It's probably a more important aspect consistency and dedication whenever you're putting putting forth like commitment to that plan I should say it's one of the more more important factors a granny got adjusted and sometimes you know you gotTa, you know just a reality be pragmatic about whatever that is whether it's like you know WanNa. Lose fifty pounds in a month and it's like well I probably just as much luck as growing three inches next month to like. It's Nearly impossible to do that in a helpful manner. So yeah. I I. Agree with you man I. Think those plans. You know being able to execute those things is extremely important and I think it's also a trait that not a lot of people have that they need to. They need to the General I'm.

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"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"Every four to five years. Okay that's kind of where we where we lost yet. Yeah. So I'd only see him every four or five years. Remember me like it was yesterday man and Yeah. That was a big change and that was a big kind of push in that direction. and. You know my brother, Sandy I, always bring my brother's family a lot Those that don't know is autism and cerebral palsy and he's He's been a big motivator in my wife do better. I. Want Him to be comfortable I wanted to have all the things that he ne- for rest of his life. He's you'll never be independent. You'll never be able to have a job or family or or be on his own. So you know for me it's just like you know like yours you when you see your daughter man, you want to get rid of the world for me. I wouldn't say he's my son, but he's someone I want to be comfortable the rest of it like. and he's someone that that makes me continue to push to be more to do better. Better Person. Yes. Sammy is is a great person and he's I think he's touched pretty much. Anyone's life who who's been a part of your life in definitely no, you know what a key Key motivator. He he's to help you in even even when you hit hit that wall you know I know he was part of you know helping flip that switch to to to know that your your brother you wanted more for for your brother and you know in you had opportunity to to give him that into ensure that Kind of help set that planning and get that plan in motion to to get you are where you are today Now along the way because as it always happens just like in any project in in life in an itself I'm sure you've you've hit some some road bumps along the way and maybe Divert in in reroute plan along the way. It is something that that you've dealt with and how have you overcome some of that when when you hit some of those struggles because again I know between taking 'em cats and in trying to to do clinicals and work full time know becoming a doctor isn't it isn't the easiest task forward but you know what were some of those roadblocks and how Joe overcome them yourself. So, many roadblocks from. What. There's that little quote wasn't study man if someone does. So someone does doesn't know failure they need to go buy a lot of. I. Think. Every every turning point is there's always been some some level of difficulty nothing. Not Been Come like really easy going back to school and not as financial as so literally having to work forty to forty to sixty hours a week position because I couldn't get financial aid I. I. Didn't qualify for scholarships at the time those struggling with that having to pay for that the difficulties at school I mean. You know the Grad School PD school wasn't It's tough. It's a challenge, but it's still manageable. I think the harder part was relationships, maintaining relationships and friendships, and you know that stress it puts on that not being able to be there for for people No and having go through through break ups and having a you know distance yourself from certain people just. Those, that was very difficult. The financial, the financial aspects of school and working through and especially working for. Free. and working be able to work for free was also very try. That to be able to get to a place to start my business was very difficult. But I I think when I've right here that like how do you get? get around opticals and I. I'm always reminded of the book by Ryan, Holiday. Villas is away. And I really tried to change my outlook on these obstacles where it's like man, there's just something there's always something that stops you or that doesn't want you to doesn't want you to com. Complete that task or you know succeed and I don't I stop looking at it. That way looking at it started looking at it like this obstacle whatever road bump it is whatever financial hit you take whatever you know physical physical or mental or like. Social issue you have that card of the that's part of your path that wasn't supposed to be there might not be the easiest route but that. That, that was a part of the path that you're supposed to think. So you need to accept that it's there and you gotta work towards it and accepting whatever's on you and addressing that before you can go forward because if you stop and you stop and you've gotta work around every single way, it's GonNa take a lot. It's GonNa. Take a lot more out of you. Then just trying to push forward and with you know what whatever is in front of you and adding that you know whether it's financial issue whether it's a family issue because you can't ignore those thing that they're going to be there. When you stop, you got to address them. You GotTa you gotTa address them do what you can try to find a resolution and keep moving forward but not necessarily trying to work around it to my opinion. For for what I've gone through. Yeah Mo- most definitely always looked at it. You know as a as I revolve around all stuffy and I try to emulate what I do at work to what I do at home in trying to tie it all together. You know as you make adjustments 'cause there's GonNa be roadblocks you know I hit roadblocks at work every day for for project but ensuring to want to be more successful but to reflect on that and to look at life and it's one of those things to where hey, you know it's GonNa come and it's always just really just how how you adjust to whether you know I think a lot of people either. Take it one or two ways you take like yourself and you continue to drive on or you let it defeats you and if you come to the mindset of knowing that there are going to be roadblocks along the way and you know for me I, consider myself a planner in I. Try to again you. You're not gonNA be able to see every roadblock that comes comes along the way but I think when people at least try to do their their due diligence you know on something as they dive into something you know it can at least help repair that you know there. is going to be a huge. Tom Can be mom sure for you as you looked into Grad school like you had to understand you know what the time commitment was going to be that you walked into it knowing that you know some of your relationships were we're gonNA take a hit in I think for for you. It probably tested some of the people that were true friends and things of that sort based on that. But I think you you. Yourself probably walked into kind of knowing in setting your own expectations on what you were about to get yourself into a fair assessment. percent like I kind of I don't WanNa. Sam. Pessimistic. Tried to look at things like medically like I try to look at things as they are in what I owed them to be or not the worst case scenario. And so yeah, I go in with that and I think your. Your approach. To like whatever it, whatever project you have in front of you. If you've over the pragmatic view and you know and understanding that you know things aren't going to be easy and my goal ride things my not be as it's not going to be a smooth transition like it is.

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"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"Us to quote Unquote Kinda make it an get in kind of come out of those situations I guess for for you at what point or you know would, what was it for you? That kind of helped you kinda come over the Hump in get past some of the hurdles that we see in those communities. I think about that question and Unfortunately. I'm. On the exception to the rule like I I, work in I don't work with them I community. So I get a lot of people from For My neighborhood for my background about the same age maybe a little bit younger than me and you know I I think about it and most of my successes you know I. I won't I won't ever that don't work hard or I don't have a good work ethic but both both that competition. Took a chance on me. Gave me an opportunity helped me when I needed it, and I don't think everybody has the same opportunities that I had. You know we grew up we didn't have a lot of money just like everybody else in South Phoenix. Single parent households My Dad wasn't around a lot So my mom did it on my own on her own and I look back on everything she did. it me where I am and it was really it was really her really every every. Every. Good thing about me I developed is a traitor of characteristic I got from my mom I'm very grateful for that. You know the dodgers stacked against a lot of people I mean the they don't have. They don't have the same opportunities. They don't have the same resources. They don't have the same public school education as you know somewhere from someone from a nicer part of town. So they also wonder why you know people say in that community and people can't grow people don't can advance their education or it's a lot more difficult compared to someone else So I. I think it's I I really a big part of it was a lot of for me my. Of People helped me when I needed it. A lot of people gave me some great advice had some great mentors and guidance. But mostly my mother I mean she wouldn't. She gave she sacrificed so much for me to get to the point where I am now that made be anything less than where I am now would be a would be disrespectful to her. Let's. That's awesome. Me In. The same way my mom and my myself, we had a great relationship growing up and she allowed me to you know four to me on ally the opportunities both my parents did. Afford Meka the opportunities that the others didn't would you say that you know based on you know the course of your career and I think we all kind of hit that wall in college where it's just I don't know what I WANNA do with my life. At what point did you just have to sit down with yourself and make that plan this say hey. There's more to to to the fun you know in look towards the future in know that you could really make that change in your life. Yeah Man. So I think there is. Just a point I got I got I a lot of. Okay, and it was just a there was a point in my life. I. Was just I was sick with my own bullshit I was thinking the telling myself and the excuse I gave myself. So I kinda. Chronologically I mess up my my story when you have to tell you about myself. So originally just was getting a degree in psychology and I didn't finish my degree and I stopped going to school because like man, what's the point And I was just miserable angry thing they're out on my on my girlfriend at the time I wasn't I wasn't very happy when I was around her I was just kind of a miserable guy and I didn't know why I didn't know I was unhappy I didn't know I didn't exceed I just thought I wasn't I wasn't smart enough I didn't have all the other privilege on all opportunities other people at it I just you know I, I think I was. Maybe. Twenty one, twenty, two with the time and I was just like man that's enough like. You're you're really the only person that's stopping you. There's people that have that have gone a lot further with a lot less than I did needed A. Telling myself alive so. You know stop comforting myself and it's like. Well, it's okay. You're good you. You did much began and I really looking back at that time when I was looking back I wasn't trying my best I was putting my best foot forward I wasn't putting in the effort that I needed to you know will. Be. Successful. So it that moment and I remember just sitting in my backyard. You know. Probably negative three hundred dollars in my bank account. Super angry just wondering like how did I get here and I realized it was because of me with my you know it was just the decisions I made up to that point in time brought me there. So it was really like I couldn't blame anybody else. but it was also a beautiful moment because I realized like, Oh you gotta get your Shit Together. You gotta lay your traffic. You gotTa Start Moving because nobody you're not gonNA succeed unless you put that unless you take advantage of opportunities that are presented. Unless. You start working harder than you are now because everything you're doing is not working. So that was a very. That was a very major turning point in my life. Where I went from, you know essentially being a college dropout with like a a two point five seven GPA isn't even I mean I I had no job originally. I didn't have a degree at the time like. and. Once I have that turning point and stop lying to myself. I was able to succeed man I was Carson school at a average like a four point one, eight, GPA the entire my entire. Degree My actually is the one that's degree I was working full time I was making. Great money and make great a financial. financial decisions that me in the future and you know that was a huge turning point in my life. Every everything was a lot more positive than on out. Yeah most definitely and I think it was a it was that in those are the Times. Again, I was purposely kind of trying to draw out of you but you know even sin back from you know as a friend knew we saw we saw the shift in mindset and we saw the determination in you sit forth a path for yourself in a plane and we just saw you just go after and then it hasn't. Stopped from that point and wanted things that are consistently talk about on on the show in regards to setting that that that plan I think is also understanding those are those that can be impacted by the choices that you make in other. You know in in project management, we call them the stakeholders, but can you touch on that because I know you have a few people that you know absolutely mean the the world to you. were of this kind of flipping the switch. Mentally as well as giving you that that drive to to push forward into really hit. Your stride to be the best version of yourself. Man You. Know there. There're a lot. A lot of I say people that just you know. Something in the or you know were Just doing great things and I saw like man I, I'm not doing that but. One Guy. I WanNa being a a mentor, my later on things Martin Rooney and he was physical therapist And I read it, I randomly read an Article and. It was called climbing. I think of finding your own Mount Everest. and it was that, I, just Kinda was a trigger for me it just. China have the quote man I'm GonNa tell you that quote on my farm or something but that was kind of a big thing where it was. It was a big turning switzer turning point and it's just flip the switch like man I. I have that ability. There's nothing that he's done and this guy was a world renowned strength coach being..

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"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"And when you become accountable to yourself, then you become accountable to other people and vice versa. They will call you like my wife calls me out all the time. Like hey, it's past 6:00 with you know what? I'm bit like she knows how I am but but sticking to that because what you're doing is you're dedicating time for your family, you know for your personal help to worry about business and think about your future when you plan those times out you I mean, you can't say why don't have enough time to do this, but that's no longer an excuse. You know, you can't you can't say I didn't have enough time. I didn't do that when you're planning out your day like that and your week. If you do have time for these things that need to get taken care of and and even more than that, it's you're not worrying about You know putting you taking your vehicle to get an oil change when you should be worrying about your kids college and their future or you know, paying bills or or something. Am I making sense? I hope I'm making sense know you're not definitely making perfect sense. And you know, it was something that that I've talked about a couple of different times on the show on Earth, you know, as look at the requirements for what you're trying to do within your project right as you define. What a project is it then turns into. Hey, man. I'm trying to go back and I'm trying to get off my call Master's Degree and you know what classes you have to take and when they're scheduled. Yeah, you know what's required for that class. Hey, you know it's recommended that I spend six hours down this class a week. Okay, where am I going to put that in my week? You know, it's definitely a you know, as you line it out and as you build that schedule, you know on a day-to-day basis weekly, you know weekly off. Hopefully, you know, it's your spot on with it, you know of lining it out and seeing what has to go where and then again, even if you take it in on a week-by-week and you have to be modified just because you know, either you scheduled it at the wrong time, right you're these plans can always be modified, you know through trial and error you figure out what works. But yeah, man, it's definitely one of those things to where you know for a schedule wise you shouldn't have any excuse cuz you know, what was required for it. You said you said it and then when I get in bringing your accountability partner, I you know in my wife does the same thing. Hey, it's 9:00. You're supposed to go run. You know, you need to be on the trailer for the next 45 minutes. Like what are you doing? And yeah, so you'll definitely man. It definitely helps to plan that out and then take a look at it. You know, whether it's one or two weeks later to see if it's actually working right answering that question like you mentioned is is this move You forward to the plan or do I need to make a tweak to it? I mean, you know modifier plan and what we go over monitoring and controlling, you know, we'll talk about in later episodes. But yes there there's often cuz it's you know a schedule doesn't mean that it said it's don't Rewards data, you know as you become further along a business you know, you look at data like data is worth so much money because you can go back and look at the results from an action and you could decide whether or not it's worth it to partake or not. You know, that's great man. That's great home after man. I appreciate the time brother, you know next time. I'm up in North Texas. We're definitely going to have go grab some lunch when I'm out there and try to get out man, once once a month if we can get out there. It's been a long hindered with the covid-19, but I definitely appreciate you being a guest on the show, man, and can you throw out your your new business name? So if folks on that at least find you on Facebook or at least not a Facebook page Yeah, it's Hangar 11 Finger. Eleven spelled out. Yep, like the airplane Hangar and then the number 11 awesome and fancy package been dedicated any time to making it look nice. I've taken a look at the pictures and it's no lie. A lot of cool cars a lot of cool airplanes and you can just with the videos in in pictures alone. You can tell the dedication that you put into your work man. Your looks great. And I wish you all the success manage you continue to to grow this business at the pace at your own pace, which is off and then you can be your own boss and grow your business at your own pace. And and when you tell yourself that hey, I got a slow the growth of my business down, you know doing things pretty well. Yeah, yeah. Thank you George. I appreciate it. Awesome man. Well, I appreciate you once again and all screwed. Just hit me up if you need anything, brother. All right, man. I'll talk to you soon. Thanks, Oscar me and thank you one more time from myself and my family man. We definitely appreciate all the love and support that you have given us a long the way guys that is all we have for this week's episode. I hope you guys enjoy the Oscar story. We're going to continue next week. I'm going to bring in a good buddy of mine. Dr. Naveed Sean took come and talk to us about his journey and kind of again another guy that is just a normal guy like you and me who has found a way through using some of these Concepts. I'm making a plan off having those goals by send it up and achieving it and going, you know from just a normal kid from Phoenix, Arizona to now being a physical therapist and one of the best doctors with his field and again guys, I'm super excited to bring him in next week. Thank you guys again for continuing to support us. Make sure you go ahead and like us share. On other social media networks, if you if you're not following us on social media go ahead and find us most of our handles our project underscore life on Instagram Facebook Twitter. Make sure you guys find us like us and share us and then wherever you get your podcast we are on Spotify iTunes. We are on iHeartRadio Amazon music you can find jobs are so whatever flavor you get your your podcasts on you can find us and make sure you do again. Thank you guys for the support. Love you guys. That's a wrap for this week's episode of The Project Life podcast. Thank you again for tuning in and if you like what you heard, please make sure to subscribe like share with your friends and family till next time..

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"naveed" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on WTOP

"Has announced a payroll tax deferral plan in hopes of stimulating the economy. But some of the nation's largest employers are opting out. The president's plan would allow employers to stop withholding Social Security tax for a few months. Giving employees a little more take home pay. But then employees would have to make up those payments early next year, with more withholding, resulting in smaller paychecks, according to the Wall Street Journal. CVS. Wells Fargo in Home Depot are among the company's planning to leave their Employeespaychecks alone. Now the federal government will not be allowed to opt out of this tax deferral, so federal employees and military service members, civilian military will see larger paychecks during the last quarter of the year and then smaller paychecks in the first quarter. Of 2021. Iranians who live in the D C area are gathering across from the White House at this hour to condemn today's execution of a 27 year old man. They call it a blatant case of injustice and savagery. Naveed of Carrie was executed for allegedly murdering a man social media campaign portrayed off Karri and his brothers as victims. Targeted for protest Ng against Iran's Shiite theocracy in 2018. The case has drawn international attention, including from President Trump, who asked that of Carrie's life be spared. The effect of covert 19 on kids around the world. CBS News correspondent Alison Keys. The study involved thousands of Children and adults and 37 nations, including the U. S and Asia. And save the Children. Jolanda right, says one disturbing finding is a significant increase in violence against Children. The rates of violence experienced in the home, either physical or verbal violence have double, she says. One reason for that is the number of homes around the world that are increasingly poor correlates very strongly, Also, with loss of income in the household, right says global leaders need to come together to help. Allison Keys..

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"naveed" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on WTOP

"S and Asia. And save the Children. Jolanda right, says one disturbing finding is a significant increase in violence against Children. The rates of violence experience in the home either physical or verbal violence have double, she says. One reason for that is the number of homes around the world that are increasingly poor correlates very strongly, Also, with loss of income in the household, right says global leaders need to come together to help. Allison Keys. CBS News You could hear the entire interview in the Kaleidoscope segment on the CBS News weekend round. His case drew international attention, including from President Trump, who asked that his life be spared. But today, Iran executed 27 year old Naveed of Curry for allegedly murdering a man off Curries case had been the subject of a social media campaign. That campaign portrayed him and his brothers as victims targeted by the government because they took part in protests against Iran's Shiite Ocracy in 2018. We've learned that Iranians who live in the DC area we're planning to gather across from the White House at this hour to condemn the execution organizer's call it a blatant case of injustice and savagery. Coming up after traffic and weather. Congress comes back into session Monday. But what other chances it will get anything done. W T O p News time for 37. Patrick was way behind on his I R. As taxes. I was in way over my head. The total amount ended up being somewhere just over $30,000.30,000 dollars. Then the I r s came to collect started getting letter after letter Lean had been filed against me. They were going to basically like, hang me completely out to dry. He had to do something. That's when I reached out to optimum tax relief. Patrick's life quickly got a lot easier. Very easy, pretty much hands off. You know, they picked up the ball and ran with it and how to go. I couldn't believe it. I had to ask like two or three times I saved an incredible amount of money. How does Patrick feel about Optima Couldn't be happier? They definitely helped.

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Iran Executes Wrestler Accused of Murder After He Took Part in 2018 Protests

Freakonomics Radio

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Iran Executes Wrestler Accused of Murder After He Took Part in 2018 Protests

"For his life to be spared. 27 year old Naveed of Curry had been convicted for the killing of a security guard during anti government protests in 2018. Mr Curry said he'd been tortured. Into making a confession. Among those who called for the Iranian of thought is to show mercy where President Trump on the International Olympic Committee, which says it's shocked. By the execution. Tara. Separate FA is the researcher on Iran for human rights. What she's been telling me more about Navid of Curry and his standing is arrested in Iran. Naveed Afghan, participated in several national competitions and had run up position and the adolescence and youth national championship in Iran. Few years back, and was he taking part in anti government protests in 2018? So there have been several rounds of protests over the past 2 2.5 years in Iran. The protest that Naveed was prosecuted for took place in summer of 2018 in several cities, including in Shiraz, where he lived. So how did he come to be accused of stabbing to death? His security guards and so, according to documents Reviewed on DH news articles have been published about the case on the evening off one of the days that the protest was ongoing. Mr Torre Common who initially was reported as a security officer, but later was introduced as just an employee off the water Waste management company was stabbed to death close to his home. Naveed and his brothers were arrested about a month later. Naveed in one of his brother was also been implicated. And in village murder, were arrested in September of 2018, according to hand written letter by Naveed and that has been published, He experienced severe torture into different detention centers where he was detained. In issue Ross. He was facing dozens of charges in ST separate cases, but the criminal court sentenced him to death in October of last year. 2019 the evidence used against him was mostly confessions. Of him, his brother and a friend, And they all alleged that those confessions were obtained under torture. And in April off this year, the Supreme Court uphold the death sentence and quickly brushed over the serious allegations of torture and failed to investigate that, so there were no independent witnesses who Tied, Mr AFC hurried to the scene of the stabbing a cz faras, you know, according to authorities and footage is that been released? There's footage from one security camera. It is unclear if if the person in the video is exactly Naveed, and if that proves anything, anything beyond reasonable doubt, why do you think that the Iranian authorities decided to make an example off him? If you like on DH to execute him, even though there was this into A national outcry. I think that the rush nature off this sentence because Iranian authorities disregarded the procedural rules that they need to abide by and when executing someone shows that it had a political motive behind it, And I would say it's probably an attempt to defy the international and domestic outcry against the death penalty. So was there a campaign inside Iran to have him sped? Since July of this year, there has been an ongoing campaign. Online, mostly with the hashtag don't execute against the death sentence that have been issued in relation to the protest that have happened over the past two years. And it is a growing a domestic movement, and many people also try to raise awareness and work in different capacities to save Naveed is life arranging from people who were working on convincing the Supreme Court for a retrial to the ones who were hoping for. Give nous y and all the other activists who were trying to raise a very innocent and informing international institutions and authorities, hoping for coordinated pressured It was Tara separate far a researcher in Iran for

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Interview With Sam Querrey And Eric Hutchinson

Beyond The Baseline

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Sam Querrey And Eric Hutchinson

"Jon Wertheim here, and it's this week's. Illustrated Tennis podcast, we have two guests this week, a bonus guest in mainstream tennis player guest I. Am Query joins us. He is at the Greenbrier in West Virginia where he was laying world team tennis, and then as he will explain, is ready to embark on a full season starting in August, and we talked to him about what it's been like in the tennis bubble what his plans are for the rest of the season and sort of what the impact of this crazy and cratered year has been on a on a player of his status, his age. then. We have Eric Hutchinson. He's been on the show before Eric is a friend of big. Band of tennis and we talk a bit about what it's like to be a solo performer solar artists in the time of Cova probably not dissimilar to being a singles player. Eric has a new album class of one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight. So we talk a bit about the process a bit about this sort of enforced break that we are all on. What the overlaps between music and tennis. All right now and some tennis chatter with a big tennis fan. So Sam Corey versed Haircut Simpson's second. Let's start in. West. Virginia. You're. In the bubble. I am. Tennis bubble. Let's let's start the president as a been. IT'S BEEN AWESOME You know for me I hadn't told a match in. Australian Open because my wife had a baby in February also I mean it's been five months. So I was excited to go I think all the players here are are really loving it and it's fine and we're finally back plans some competition and it's been great i. mean the I've never I don't know if you've ever been here. I. Know I haven't most you'll have in, but the resort is awesome So it is a bubble but at the same time you can there's golf fishing a bunch of restaurants you can go. You know skeet shooting eighteen. So you're you don't feel like you're just you're playing tennis and going back to your room. There's so much to do outside tennis, which is really made it fun for everyone because we are here for for three full weeks. And it's great to be back in absolute competition and. Going to court I mean it's going great so far. Some sounds like summer camp widsom competitive tennis thrown in. That's exactly what it feels like especially 'cause you're you're in the mountains that it's got a very, very much camp field. We're we're only doing this audio. I have to say you're your backdrop is tremendous. It looks like I mean you can kind of see like. Beautiful. No it's. It's this part of the I've never been here like I said it's I mean we went ATV and a few days ago, and you go up in the mountains in the views and. I. Spectacular. Doesn't sound like a bad way to spend July. What's been the? What about sort of the training, the nutrition, the hydration everything that comes with competitive playing how have you been able to deal with? With that. I, mean for me personally that's been that's been tough. The last like months to find the motivation for practice knowing or not knowing when we're GONNA. Start. You know you're kind of always like like apprenticed for like, wow not studying for I'll just as the next day and then I do the next day. So you know the last two months I haven't practicing hard but there's there's a practice shape and there's match shape. It's hard to really get back into your match shape until you play match. So. I'm doing the best. I can I've got Christian Cossio who travels with me as like a physio here with me. So we've been in the gym every day and working on my body. So physically actually feel fine because you know the team that I'm on I'm only playing singles every day. So I've literally got a thirty minute sets of five. And that's all the tennis I'm playing. So off days and even some matchdays I'm finding the other guys have updates in in an extra and extra practice and spending time in the gym and trying to make the most of it won't here. What's the level play? Overall? It's been high I. Mean I've played tennis twenty years because of the incentives this year online means finals, winters, It's intense. The teams are into it i. mean every you really feel like everyone's kind of laying it out there and It's made it better. You know I it's fun of the past but these incentives, I, it's it's up the level and there's a few more come on. There's a the teams kind of gathering around over a little bit more. So it's it's been really fun and I hope they continue to do is incentives can. Stays at this level. Yeah. I mean I was GONNA. Say, this is an interesting. You're a world team tennis veteran. This is unlike any other season you've had you just. League can. Use this crazy. This crazy three weeks as a springboard. I hope. So I. Mean Look at Fred Leading Eric Davidson behind it and they love tennis and You know they seem to have the financial backing to help move it forward in a good direction and Like the nave because of what happened, I mean the level and the talent they have this year is like no other year they've had world tanks. See this type of caliber players for a full season. So hopefully I mean I everyone that plays this year know especially those top players are GonNa say oh. My God this has been fun like this has been a great. Few weeks of practice, it's fun to be on a team and hopefully for the years moving forward, they're going to those top players GonNa WanNa do it again. Give, give us your your like top top four players of the season. If you're writing in your MVP, votes would be Gosh I would have to look at kind of like the the win loss record. you know Bethany Matic Santa's up there because she's just it seems like every mixed doubles in every doubles cheese. You know winning most of those. Sets. closers was up there until she got her she was just on fire. So I'm still GONNA put closers in the mix and then. Not so I'M GONNA try to I'm trying to think of a guy that's. been somewhat dominant. I can't tell I. Don't know I would need to look at like. He's been winning losing.

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"naveed" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"naveed" Discussed on KTRH

"Carriers allowed to nave a a any protest at the Mercedes Benz stadium and that the big falcon that's out in front we deliver that falcon for international we import and export in we bring a lot of lying in Argentina we export a lot of sweet potatoes in a lot of manufactured housing and when there's some sort of a national disaster if they require manufactured housing that will get involved with the mental health of the ocean in fact they're the largest mover of manufactured housing better known as mobile homes in America there is the largest member of the United States department of defense and they're also the largest driveway company in the country meaning their pick up truck drivers deliver upwards of four hundred and fifty campers inn RV's across the country every single week and it doesn't end there we're very involved in oil and gas and do a lot with the wind industry leave Mrs Figg when males that are being installed in all the wind farms both by hauling in through our crane in making four years ago we started a crane and rigging company we have cranes up to nine hundred Tannen so that's a very niche market I think that is just always let us where we needed to nearly seventy one percent of all for each move in the United States goes on trial without truck drivers our economy will come to a standstill yet the American trucking association figures that sixty thousand more drivers are needed by trucking companies and that number is predicted to reach a hundred thousand in just the next few years check hamsters always up and down I mean there's always a lot of things going on but probably one at that the most difficult things is finding really qualified drivers that want to get into this industry when you do have a driver come to you you want to enjoy working for you and you want to stay our retention rate is about thirty nine percent which is really very good a lot of companies retention rate is over a hundred percent that means her competitors are losing all of their drivers for the year and then sell it's a tough business but we've got a lot of drivers has been with us for a lot of years they get used to where they like to run they get used to what they like to do and you know stay with us our business is usually one of the leading indicators of what's happening in the economy police say the first to see it pick up and the first to see it slow down over the years there's been numerous times that we weren't sure if you know we were going to.

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Exponential Infection Increases Are Deadly Serious

60-Second Science

04:19 min | 2 years ago

Exponential Infection Increases Are Deadly Serious

"Here. New York the corona virus cases are exploding. Were on the steep part of the curve. Nave probably heard about the basic reproduction number R zero or R. Naught and that's basically how many people uninfected person goes on to infect themselves. Then the other night I happened to see a tweet that showed just how big a difference there is over ten cycles of transmission between a basic reproduction number of one point three and a basic reproduction. Number of three the difference was astounding. The one point three after ten cycles infected on average fourteen other people total the basic number. Three Point Oh led to fifty nine thousand looking at those numbers with startling so I got a calculator out and I'm going to repeat this exercise that I did with the calculator and you can do it too. It's it's even a little bit fun. And it's kind of amazing so I've got to calculators because we're going to do the two different basic reduction numbers the arnauts together. Okay so the calculator on my left. I'm going to assume one point three as the basic reproduction number each person. In fact one point three other people on average the calculator on the right. I'M GONNA do two point five just to pick a number and because that looks like it may be fairly close to what corona virus number is. So we'll start with one person on each side. We multiply by one point three on the left to get one point three. Obviously we won't apply by two point five on the right to get not surprisingly two point five for cycle to we multiply the one on the left by one point three again and we get one point six nine on the right we take two point five and we multiply it by two point five and we get six point two five. That's two rounds. Let's do it again on the left. The third round multiplying by one point three. We now have two point one nine seven on the right multiplying by two point. Five or up to fifteen point six to five. So let's do the fourth round here on the left we multiply by one point three and we're up to two point eight six people on the right we multiply by two point or up to thirty nine point one on the left. One point three is our number up to three point. Seven on the right. Two point five is number rope to ninety seven point seven another round one point three we multiply by and we get four point eight on the left. Only multiply our number on the right by two point five. We're up to two hundred forty four. Let's shooting in going to multiply by one point three and we are now up to six point. Three people on the left we multiply are right figure of two hundred forty four point one by two point five and now we're up to six hundred ten people do another round multiply by one point three on the we have eight point. Two people infected multiply the right number six hundred ten point four times. Two point five. We're up to one thousand five hundred twenty five point nine but we're not done. We're going to go through this. And take ten rounds. One more on the left by one point three or up to ten point six people on the right multiplied by two point. Five three thousand eight hundred and fourteen point seven. Let's do it again. One point three on the left. Thirteen point eight. Two Point Five on the right brings us up to nine thousand five hundred and thirty seven. That's why it's so important to cut the number of people each individual can infect with the policies of social distancing.

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Immune boosting

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

06:24 min | 2 years ago

Immune boosting

"To incredibly easy things you can do to start building your immune system. I we're GONNA talk about an herb called a strike unless route and then I'm going to give you a recipe for a morning elixir that you can drink every morning. The first thing in the morning that will absolutely build up your immune system. Now if you've listened to some of my past episodes then you probably have heard me talk about. The fact that I tend to have chronic bronchitis throughout my life about two or three times a year I would normally get sick with this horrible upper respiratory infection and as I got older. It would seem to last even longer leaving me with up horrible choking cough for over a month. However once I got into health and wellness I started to learn about various types of herbs and benefit of herbs. One of the most talked about herbs in the wellness and herbal community a strategy less root for building your immunities for the last four years. I've been taking it along with a healthy eating lifestyle and I can honestly say I haven't had a coal or an upper respiratory problem. It really does work for me. So here's what is known about Australia. Less wrote a strike US route. It comes from a type of bean or lagoon. While there are multiple species of stragglers route. Most struggle is supplements contain a struggle against member nations. Now the herb is set to offer multiple health benefits or multiple conditions including heart benefits a strike. Ls route is thought to stimulate the immune system. It has anti oxidant benefits that inhabit free radical production in the body free radical damages the cells and are linked to many health problems associated with aging. There is no known way to stop free radicals completely. A strike list is a natural dietary supplement. That is used for various health conditions. For instant it's used to treat the common cold and upper respiratory infections it's also been used for FIBROMYALGIA and diabetes some proponents of a struggle us. Route use it for it's possible heart benefits as they claim it may protect against heart disease. It's also used to help improve overall weakness. A strike los route is often promoted for its effects on the immune system liver and cardiovascular system. There is so little research to suggest that it can help protect the heart and humans. More research is needed before. Experts can make any firm recommendations about using this herb for its heart benefits. A strikus is usually taken in combination with other herbal supplements or when used appropriately this healing. Herb appears to be very safe and to have few side effects very high doses may suppress the immune system. So you should avoid using a strike us route if you're taking immunosuppressant drugs and always before you take any herbal supplement. Talk to your healthcare professional now also today. I'd like to share with you a very easy drink that you can make really easy with just two ingredients and drink it in the morning the first thing in the morning before you eat anything. I'm going to be reading to you an article I today and then I'm GonNa tell you what those two ingredients are. I'm going to give a recipe for this drink. Today's article comes from the alternative daily. Now many of us have morning routines that are wonderfully healthy practices meditation in the morning of few yoga poses. A brisk walk around the neighborhood or delicious fruit infused smoothie daily routines are vital health and happiness and this is especially true at the start of our day. Now how about a quick and simple glass of warm lemon water with Himalayan salt or high-quality sea? Salt this simple drink and booster morning health and wellness and is Osso so easy to make a there are number of professional athletes and Bolivians who start their morning with Lemon and salt water which may say something about its effectiveness. Did you know that? Just a ten ounce glass of warm lemon with Himalayan. Salt or high-quality saw in the morning can increase her immune function. It can also decrease uric acid to fight inflammation improve digestion balance. Your overall body. These benefits can be attributed to the vitamin C content of lemon juice as well as to the essential minerals contained in the hammill. Asault this simple morning. Drink promotes vitality health an overall wellness and nave and improve your sex drive so now today let's take a close look at the nineteen balancing benefits of Water Lemon and salt all in one cup. Lemons are an excellent for fighting inflammation. Lemons can help. Dissolve the uric acid in your joints also have been found to help build and repair tendons ligaments and bones. This anti inflammatory property may be especially beneficial for people with Are

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Superstrong Fibers Could Be Hairy Situation

60-Second Science

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Superstrong Fibers Could Be Hairy Situation

"All mammals have hair commonly called called for when it's on your cat or Koala and the thickness of individual hairs varies from species to species. For example elephant. Hairs are more than four. We're times thicker than a strand from an adult human namo nave the animal AIDS larger. The hair has to be faker. University of California San Diego material scientists when Yang. She's interested in how biological structures like hair hold up under stress. That interest comes from a desire fire to design better synthetic materials. Yang's team tested the tensile strength of hair from eight different mammal species including humans. They subjected subjected those hairs to increasing levels of tension until the fibers broke the researchers assume that thick hair from giraffes elephants in boars for example people would be more robust but they were wrong. Ain't texting late. Refine the thinner hair actually is stronger. In fact adult human hair was some one of the strongest in the study and children's hair. The thinnest of all was even more durable. Yang's team took a closer look at the hair with a scanning electron microscope. Hi Chris Cope. All hair is made of the Protein Carrington. The microscope views revealed specific patterns of breakage in the Carribean fibers which are composed of a protective detective outer cuticle and inner cortex that provides strength the microscope. Images showed that the CORTEX thicker hair tends to snap when broken leaving clean even break but the inner cortex of thinner hair breaks off less evenly. Yang compares the process to what happens when a powerful gust of wind blows lows a tree down in those cases that trump tends to shear at an angle. And that kind of break is a sign of strength. It actually takes more attention to cause shearing than a a clean break. The researchers found that the cutoff point between these two types of breakage was about two hundred micrometres about two and a half times thicker than human hair. The study is in the Journal matter. Young is now attempting to mimic the complex structure of hair in the lab with three D. printing once the technology is perfected down to the Nanno scale. These artificial fibres could be used to create a variety of strong materials for use in construction or even rescue operations operations such as nearly indestructible ropes. Until then we'll just have to be content with the knowledge that fewer than a thousand human hairs can support entire person's weight think of all the strength that's left on the hair salon floor.

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"naveed" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"naveed" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Here on the final day of freedom fest your listening the day after the misty than this year it but you can probably come next year because I suspect this is going to keep going others I would say approximately two thousand people that attended this year and to look like about maybe eight hundred at pendulous speech last night B. seven eight hundred the whole room hold the twelve hundred but it wasn't quite full although it was well attended was great great speech man I suspect videos will be available at some point at freedom does not come to go there to learn more about the event that were out here and what we do is we talk to interesting folks that are here to kind of give you a taste of what was likes some of the speakers talk to some of the vendors and Naveed said a collie is with us he's the CEO of end of petroleum and into petroleum dot com welcome to free talk live thanks again and you were pretty persistent you came by yesterday and you you know you want to get on it I had gone on to to finance at his I mean they talk about I've gone to his booth and ask about it they talked about exploding water and they want to know about where you came by and he came back this morning so we'll come back tomorrow wrapped up for the day and you came back this morning and here you are and I appreciate you taking the time I would say a persistence if you're if you're telling the world that there's a way to make a water explode you're gonna have to be persistent for a long time and there's one man that we worked with that today's been persistent for since nineteen eighty six that says he knows something about nature that no one that many other people don't and then by nineteen ninety he says he's gonna make water explode or he has a reaction that is more the most powerful chemical reaction we have on in history that exists in nature you can make up energy and so he's been persistent for that long and so we're behind him as.

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Abby Lee Miller Returns to Dance Moms Resurrection Amid Cancer Battle

Colleen and Bradley

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Abby Lee Miller Returns to Dance Moms Resurrection Amid Cancer Battle

"After a prison sentence and health challenges Abby Lee Miller is back on the reality. Tv scene with dance moms resurrection k the upcoming season of that reality show will fell Miller's journey to start up her Abby lead dance company. Once again, now dance moms resurrection will premiere on lifetime in April. Although I take question with the nave. I don't know that I would have gotten that direction. Lakes. Backer. Well, she did of her own doing, frankly, minus the cancer part. I'm talking. Remember, she was carrying. She was gift giving people like hundreds of thousands of dollars putting their pants. On. Yeah. To hide for her.

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Indonesia  a haven for heavy metal

Correspondents Report

06:49 min | 3 years ago

Indonesia a haven for heavy metal

"A pretty tantalizing reckon there for story that Chevron will eventually emerge from the jungle to fall for the IB say that out the family, she found they will have a great story to tell. We'll be hearing that some time down the track. Guess you'd have to say. For all the abbey's as foreign correspondents. That job can take them too strange and unfamiliar worlds, and a touch of culture shock can be a common affliction. But sometimes their assignments too far like hell's can bring them reminders of their own origins. Let's see now from Indonesia correspondent, David Lipson who found himself getting his head bang on in Jakarta, recently, LIPA, Don, these black shirt and ripped jeans to attend the recent guns N roses concert in Jakarta in his search for Indonesia's heavy middle. My him. My wife spotted the tickets in the Jakarta Facebook group guns and roses, reunited, most of them anyway and playing in Indonesia's capital. Just a stone's throw away from the mall known as Sonoran city with the grass is paved in the air is greedy. I was in. I'd seen them in nine hundred ninety three at Eastern Creek in Sydney's, western suburbs, aged fourteen gun is infamy end decadence was at its peak just before they imploded in disappeared for a few decades concert was described by the media at the time is the biggest gig Australia had ever seen. It'll be remembered as a day of heavy metal mayhem the estrange. Impress were obsessed with the band's reputation for causing trouble. If they press conference even Norman Gunston got into yet. Gunston roses. A few decades later presumably with a Bank balances depleted nave reformed axl slash Duff. Dizzy back on tour and willing to sweat it out on stage in Jakarta's swampy heat. He'd make HAMAs a surprise to hear, but Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, which is facing a rash of religious. Conservatism is something of a haven. The heavy metal groups of black clad longhaired, locals can be seen huddled around their phones in parks all over the capital. And as a nation Indonesia is prolific when it comes to producing noise that I'm told is pretty well respected on the middle. Saint. This is all female all Muslim band. Betcha approach which this year gained worldwide attention for the unconventional attire headlines. Like hid bangers in jobs. Pleasant. Little Diddy is by band called Berga kill from bundle. I've previously played heaving crowds at the big day out and sound way concerts in Astrid, just wrapped up another successful European tour with Philo minstrels dead scored on this night, though in Jakarta, g NF and IRS was the name up in lights and among the crowd. None other than Indonesia's President Joko Widodo described as the world's first metal head of state. He regularly slashes universal sign for rocking out with index and pinky fingers. Extended like devil horns is record collection. Includes the likes of megadeath ni- palm diff- lamb of God godless symptoms and slayer is love of Metallica is legendary and is even go to into hot water twice in two thousand thirteen metallica's Robert Trujillo gave him a signed bass guitar leading to allegations. It was a bribe. That Qatar now sits proudly in the foyer of Indonesia's corruption radicalization commission, then this year, the rock and roll president was back in the press after you folks out more than a thousand dollars to ensure a signed limited edition, sit of metallica's master of puppets album, didn't go the same way as the guitar. It was a gift from Denmark's, prime minister and Under Indonesia's anti corruption laws couldn't be accepted without a price. I knew the president's attendance of the stadium was sure to cause even more traffic havoc than usual as his motorcade would shut down all the roads near the stadium. So it set aside a modest two and a half hours to get to a nearby restaurant. Grab a quick burger with some friends and walk over to the stadium. I'd massively underestimated Jakarta's infamous much it or traffic jams. When the taxi finally arrived to pick me up. It took two hours to travel the three point seven kilometres. Why didn't you get out and walk? He you ask well idea. Eventually with no footpath had to weave between cars and motorbikes on the motorway in a slow motion race to get their time walking down the middle of the road. Twelve lane road. I think I'm chugging along when the traffic guys bit faster. And then going back to a walk when when things. Resume that crawls after twenty minutes of inhaling exhaust, fumes miraculously bumped into my friends who had the tickets, and we made our way across the overpass above an ocean of red brake lights honking homes eventually into the stadium sitting down just in time to be welcomed to the jungle. So who's written about LA yearly eighties? But it could just as easily be Jakarta 2018. The gig lasted a full three hours. They played all the hits sweat poured off lead guitarists slashes forearms as he shredded the solos. I have looked more dead than alive a bit like he'd been drawn with a lift hand. He's still got it lead singer axl rose still has something he couldn't quite hit the high notes like he wants could. But he still screeched like a banshee even found on a few occasions. I lost control of my top lip is it curled up into a gun as style. Head. Banging smile. I looked around. I realized like those on stage, and like me the gun is crowded gained a few years and a few kilograms since the early ninety s may have been twenty years between concerts, one thing guns and roses fans have always head. He's a little patience. Indonesia correspondent David Lipson reporting there with help from exile slash Duff. And dizzy, and maybe just a touch of an egg Qatar Sola this somewhere along the way as well.

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