24 Burst results for "Naveh"
"naveh" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady
"Lose your mind so it's like you have to allow especially married people because i know use research the divorce rate from from grief. It's is very high in adult is does not have to be you have to again. There's a scripture to everything. There is a season you have to give that person a season. That season may not look like a typical months. Three months season may be a hundred years. I'm just shoot twenty. Those dislike anna. Consider debt every time that we got a scab on something else happened and something else happened. So i can't even tell you the people we lost after that so just like my sister was the overkill like now is like i need a break of breather and i think it kinda put us. I shouldn't speak everybody. Kinda put me. Further back of losing. A sibling is a whole nother type of brief so is just even people time even them space. They not there. I told my husband. I said i'm not on union more. I'm sonya real. Just you then used to drink what i do now even united cars. Now i'm we are comical family. So i like the labs and tell people my hip is all. I got left so i have to laugh. So is since you gotta gotta give person time and you can't be hard on them in. I told my husband like you. Read in the book. I you know. What do you wanna leave. Leave now review on my father at the same time. I said walk now leave now. Didn't he state but most people don't get that and and sort of in that will house brenda. What made you decide to come work for brady. Which is a gun. Violence prevention organization. You know what prompted you as survivor to to start working on this every day in this field. What's that like. I mean when. I first okay i i might call me about the job and i was just like. Oh my god. This seems like such no-one what we had gone through. Maybe somewhere along the line. I can make some sort of impact. I can support somebody in some way some space. And then i remember like as i started like a me every day. Guys i know kelly you. Jj we have a headline means we have a heavy lift. The lift is so heavy. So that's why. I'm like so here and want to be here in. Dc with you guys. So if i need to come in hug you for real. I can come hug you for real because every day is a real life heavy lift at first. I mean there was a moment. Be completely honest with you without not out. What did i sign up for. Knowing i mean really i mean i probably had the conversation with tony. I mean i remember like client like a one of our coworkers thinking like oh my gosh like this is a lot but then i get angry. I got hungry. And i wanted to do something more like no. Something's got to give like this happened to my father. Let what can. I do not let this allow this to happen again. So sometimes You know i have the schedule slacks. Because i'm on slack all night. Sos like thinking of having thoughts of just you know. I mean susan. I must use with me. My you know my boss. I should say drop names. But you know i literally. Sometimes i'm emailing her at night. Just thinking of different stuff. Just how i can support organization you know just wanting us to be you know just had that one magic you know. Kellyanne elite we. We were together. Were under kelly but with racial justice initiative that brady has for me. It's just like you know i. I can't imagine myself being anywhere else. Honestly you know. I really can't. I mean you know. My dad definitely drives me. You know drives me a lot harder. But just you know just being in this space and i've just known people just even people that have grown up with you know that i know i have friends that have been murdered and in our community. It's it's just tough it is you know you see you hear it. You know of it. I mean i mean just that to them when that that's another story but some police killed the guy right outside my hotel room. I didn't know. I mean like i have ideo the not murder but of course. The police cars stop news. It's just it's a lot in our community in. Something's got to happen Something has to give like. I don't you know. I mean i look it. You know some of the interns that we have. And i'm just so proud of them. No wonder they're gonna take over this country and one day make the beat to change that we really really need. So you know. It's not red is not blue. It's life or death. And i don't know that any of our leaders are going to see that. I think that this new group is new. Wave including you. Jj and kelly are gonna be the changed at this country needs. I'm really. I'm so proud of brenda and bernadette naveh conversation with me about it in the thing that i want everybody. I don't ever want my father to be forgot an outstanding there make you remember. I'm that one. And bernard do believe you're gonna be alive to see the change. We're not gonna off other side of talking about in crying. We're gonna see some justice in all right. That's that's what i believe. Scientists believed you know here. Go moscow Heads or hey. There is a season immaculate. Encourage you are read that that is a very powerful scripture or birla. Jj heli this is y'all season of to make a change. Yeah so. I think that this is really powerful for everything that you share with us today. I mean i. I really think will help people but those who are grieving and those who are supporting people who have bought loved killing killing killing can be good. Nope never is so. Today's moment of levity. I'm still talking about the awfulness of social media or so many places this this could go and none of them are good. Ya and i do. I do want to stress by the way that will someone is hurt in a story. They they are okay. Well lay it on me. So this week story comes from texas guy where in one thousand nine hundred relative was babysitting ten year old boy. No i don't like this. This is your bail. Bale bale well unfortunately I have to tell you so. A babysitter founded gun. That was just out thinking that the weapon was unloaded. She started posing and taking pictures with it for instagram. And unfortunately the gun unintentionally went off and ultimately a bullet struck the boy in the somac- Poor baby right like I'm glad that he's physically okay but that has to be we know it is so. We talked people all the time. Getting shot is terribly traumatizing. And as we always say gun owners you need to securely store your gun and for anyone who happens buying a gun at isn't securely stored just assume it's loaded assume with loaded and act accordingly because this kid is now in stable condition but obviously investigation is underway into this nineteen year old. And it's just you gotta beat so careful i ju- they're not props. They're not toys and friendly reminder about brady's in families fire program because it's dealing with exactly situations like this and one of the things that we talked about is how it's important to ask about guns in the home so parents ask on behalf of their children before they visit other friends homes or have play dates. Or what have you and teens also ask for themselves where they go to someone's house and as a matter of fact. We specifically mentioned the importance of babysitters asking about unsecured weapons in the home before.
"naveh" Discussed on The Discographers
"That isn't just like a song out. Greatly broker blake just three four minute song. I am considering just sort of be part of the sound design part of the narrative but inter is it seems like there are three things that we get on this album. We get a song we defects. We get we sound effects. Interstitial kind of thing and then we get a quote from a dead guy kind of thing. So that's how. I see the three parts the three three things that we served in this album. So i just want to clarify that and a ju just simply for d- for the way that develops i. It's very short but like the the amount of growth that happens during the lifespan of the song is really cool. All right Well done talking about a short interstitial. I think find him. I think i am. Okay then no wait. Wait wait you know. Game done well While waiting for the end of your interstitial i'll talk about waiting for the end the song disolve so this one is probably my favorite song on the album. It maybe tied with blackout. But they're they both do different things for me but this is a great song and it was a huge single back in the day and it was deserved. Yeah did this. This makes sense as a As a single I i was really surprised the first time i heard it. Because like the verses are almost like ragavan but then like it takes unexpected turn with the versus courses like where it's like very sweet and i don't mean that like a pejorative Bully belittling way like genuinely. The melody is very sweet. It's perhaps a little sad But like mostly just this beautiful melody over the song this constantly hopping and blending general genres Just generous what the for But yeah like this this for me. is the thing that felt most like a It made sense to me as naveh. Lucien of their sound wasn't necessarily like a really going into completely different direction. It's where like mixing in more ingredients. What's genre who gives a fuck. Right lake was kind of the the takeaway from this one but they if they were going to do a major key pop song doing something with the beat that hits this hard and has this sort of aggression mixed in with that sweetness. That kind of contrast is really a good way to do it. Yeah for sure..
"naveh" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"That scene so great so depressing. Have you listened to the words kind of depressing. It's one of those cities always leaving somebody songs. After a while. She understands what the song is actually talking about that. Not everybody that you love that you can be eternally connected to. Sometimes you have to love somebody who's in for whatever reason has to leave and she's had so many people catering to her that everybody that's around her like they're right there because they have to be and then by the time they get back to the apartment. She picks up a samurai sword. She thinks it's innocent. She thinks there's nothing she doesn't know that everything around him is deadly and he has to show her how dangerous he is by lifting the silk up and let it cut and then she realizes you know just who it is that she's fucking with. I tell i thought that whole thing. That's one of the best date connection movies things. I think that i've ever seen in the movie. I agree with you. I had this for what stage the worst or nit-pick somewhere in there later. But i'm actually mad that naveh couple more scenes together like that now in a way it makes you appreciate that scene more cause for like eight nine minutes. They're really connecting in a way. That's hard to do in a movie. But then the next morning he wakes up and he's realized they made a mistake. They live connect again. You know i. I might have done to three more scenes. Keep that on all right. I got the The run for you performance. Just because if this movie if i could reedit it first of all it's way too long but i just whitney singing. You're never going wrong even the ending when she does the i will always love you. I just wanna stayed honor. I never would have gone to the banquet Just like just. Let's say let's just like when you cook for three minutes. Let it go..
"naveh" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast
"Be patient at seven months old. Be patient and as far as naveh and water tesco. Don't worry about them. You might not do it this year. Or i don't know how your tests are set up if you have to do the water if you have to do the water. I'm going to say do next year when when he's ready to swim during the spring i don't know if they have spring events or not doing spring when he's ready. If you can do stuff without the water do that. Then you still get your fix. You still get your your event. You still get your exposure to it health. Maybe they maybe you don't have the option to water but you know he's not going to do it so you go to the thing and you say we're gonna do everything about the water and when they look at you and say well you can't do that. You say yes i can. I'm not here. I don't have to do it the way you telling me to do. Or you gotta ask yourself. Why are you doing it. Because i always. I always wondered about that. Why do people do these things. Is it for the doger's for themselves because if the answer isn't for the dog then i don't know that i can support the idea of general if it's to get the dog better we'll go. Do the dog can do and have the understanding of you're going with really young dog and for whatever you're going to get out of it you're going to get out of it and it's gotta be positive. It's gotta be something good where i don't know that taking young dogs to things that they're not prepared for. It'd be like taking dog hunting. I i would never take a dog hunting. That i didn't think was prepared for him. And i think people say a lot of times. Well what have. I got to lose my aunt..
"naveh" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Does something along those lines with former partner wife naveh whoever initials i mean. That could get awkward. Let's say your partner had stopped of the letter the r. o. Kid not for tabitha. Who knows i mean. The monogram steph could be slightly Slightly awkward without a doubt. And would you. Would you get the doctor. Shawls foot powder a baby powder and just those shoes with powder rid of any old smelly feet issues or anything along those lines. Not saying that anybody has would you. Would you think about that. Would that be something that you listener would decide to do. Just a freshman everything up. How much of the tho- power is it. You know. I could take the clothes away and give them south. Tried to sell them because people are picking up free stuff alive. The shines amazing. How if you put something out and it's free speech will come out of it but in terms of the shoes. Just think about that. Would you give your shoes to a new partner. Who used to be unbound obama. I guess it depends how you know the feelings of both parties..
"naveh" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Ninety eight percent snap back within forty eight hours after their customers opened the door right. So that's part of the ability. Naveh can throttle that business differently. But you've gotta have the tools levers in the systems work together in concert so once you know and have a good sense now. A very good sense of what that sorta downside operations could be in there for the appropriate bound of flex and operating leverage. How do you think about financing it. If you don't have operational controls than you're kind of playing with fire what we look at. Is we kind of say okay. What are the systems that we have control over. How quickly can be thrown them up in problem back. What level of recurring revenues. Do you with your customer base. What's the retention rates of those customers. What's the length of the contracts with those customers would stability of that end market of these companies. You're in customers gonna go have problems. They can't pay you and so you have to take that all into account and say okay. Should we love this company of four times. Five times six times seven times. And then if there's a downturn what are we going to do so that we don't have any problems with any of the covenants in that leverage and we'd like to be very responsible batting twenty plus years we haven't missed an interest payment or had any problems managing the capital structure of our businesses. But that's because we take a lot of time in the front end. Look things happen. But we've had enough experience with enough cycles in downturns in great financial crisis now the pandemic that we have a really good sense on how to manage his businesses. And frankly i think a lot of that comes out of our deep focus on the single industry in a price software and so we don't have to figure out new and different dynamics in other industries. We have a really good sense. For what the dynamics are in how those companies operate. What are the systems that we need to have. In some cases of it's new company we may not have the visibility and so we can't be as call it forward leaning and leverage but another cases in companies that we've had we have a really good sense for the management team what they're capable love and the recurring revenue nature of that business retention rates that business the ability to manage the free cash lows. Then you could probably lean a little more forward to try to enhance a return for your investors. How do you think about exit. Strategy on businesses particularly in light of how much you're trying to do to improve them upfront. Always tell our senior executives and our teams at vista we have to think about the absolute best at that company can be and look. You may not ever get it right if you hold them long enough. You'll probably get more right over time. That's really what the plan and the point is but in some cases things change in an industry. You might have a new competitive entrance. You might have a dislocation of some technology or industry contract. It says you know what the original investment thesis of this has changed or the environment is chain so we have to change investment these and so we're not going to be able to hold it as long and do as much work and in some cases you get inbound interests which get quite often of our companies and people kind of making you offers on. The businesses will run a process in most cases that we think kinda pull sport what we could realise in two or three or four years to today look investors one of the things they want as their capital back right and i think we do a good job of ensuring that we deliver those returns to store investors all that set certain businesses. I would've loved to have held a little bit longer but because of the time in which we hold. The construct of our industry is one of the best over five years. Return over the next five in. So that's kind of it was built thirty years ago. I don't think that model really applies specifically to enterprise software but that's how the private equity businesses are thought about. That's how investors think about it and so there's a duration so there's a sense of urgency to get the work done approved the operations in in the question is does it make sense to sell all of that. Business doesn't make sense to recapitalize at business part of it. So none of it. And then try to deliver more and more value to our stakeholder base so those are the things that we take into consideration every investment has to be taken on its own in making those decisions in some cases like okay. This is one we probably need to sell now. Given what's happening in the industry in other cases what we'd love to have two or three more turns on this company because of its place in its market its ability to actually captured more and more economic rent the ability to innovate based on where they are in the marketplace to catch that increasing economic rent. Those are all things we take into consideration at our investment committee process. Before we make a determination. As to whether we're going to sell a company or recap it or hold on to a longer so the other side of that you talked about the structure of call the private equity industry. And i know you've had a couple of different products including the most recent along duration fund. How do you think about going in. What the appropriate. Let's call it. Sleeve or product is for a company that you're buying when ultimately they're all enterprise software businesses versus this kind of size criteria for the most part. There's a size differentiation. As to where they belong we're constantly evaluating. Is this a good platform company. Is this an add onto another company. Is this sort of company who went to own forever. And we've got our rules of engagement as to which funded belongs to. The good news is the way we work. We have our private equity management committee executive committee etc. We get in talk about those sort of potential conflicts. This belongs in this fun versus that one and in some cases will bring are limited partner advisory committee into sort of engagement but yet was all software at the end of the day but what stage is a company that we look at and say this is what we do want to own for the next ten twelve fifteen years or as a company that we think that the taxonomy of the industry will lead to this being consolidate tour it should be public right on the taxonomy. The industry says that this is a company that likely needs to be an add on investment or be.
"Last weekend. I was teaching a private open water class to a woman who wanted to get her confined water. Training done before heading out to the south pacific to work and to complete are open water dies. That's pretty nice. Don't you think well as we were finishing up our classroom work. We reviewed the logistics for our pool session. The next day. I pulled up the map on my computer with the street view to show her where to enter the building and the location of the parking and as we were closing out she said just give her the address. She'll let the gps in her phone. Get into the pool. Pretty simple and she arrived on time the next day at the pool. Ready for our session. Now during our pool sessions we have our students where computer on the wrist. I like to let them get used to the feel and also looking at the computer while underwater and as i was explaining that we liked to wear the computer on our right wrist with our compass on the left wrist. She asked if there was an underwater. Gps available instead of a compass. That's a reasonable question. Right now i would say not really. I know that garment makes a dive. Computer the descent mark one that has surfaced. Gps to mark your entry and exit points but the glamour on their website states. Gps tracking and satellite communication does not work underwater technology however continues to be amazing. I did come across a company. Navigate out northridge california that is creating a solution of sorts it involves a gps gateway which is a floating radio antenna with a suspended array below and that communicate with a wrist mounted unit it uses an acoustic signals that determines the bearing and range from the gps gateway and then plot your position on the dive site. It's an interesting piece of technology and still evolving. The website for naveh made says it will be available this year. The cost of the wrist unit will be fifteen hundred dollars while the gps gateway will also come in at fifteen hundred dollars. There was some reference that they would be making the gps gateway available to boat operators. So it would appear that we are at the cusp of some new and exciting ways to navigate during our diving but as we know the proliferation adoption and success could take awhile the wrist. Mount unit is only good. If you have the gps gateway available it could take awhile until there are enough of these units out there to make to make it worthwhile purchasing a fifteen hundred dollar unit. You could end up with the gadget on your arm. That isn't going to give you what you want. So that's where we come to the tried and true underwater navigator. We all start are underwater navigation. Training deal i open water diver course when we are introduced to the compass and how to use it for some simple navigation on the surface and underwater. But if most people are like me. I wasn't really ready to navigate effectively on a dive. I needed more experience and training. We get this during our advanced open water training when we do more navigation training and conduct a navigation dive to extend our knowledge we learn about kick cycles how to measure distance and extend our skills with a compass for most people. This is pretty much the extent of their navigation training. So you'll have to make sure that you practice use your compass during a dive to set a course and see if you can return to the boat us time to judge your distance and kick cycles learned to trust your compass and you'll find your underwater navigation skills improved. You can also continue your navigation training and education with the water navigation. Specialty course for the patty specialty. You go into more detail about measuring distance how to use natural navigation techniques and more use of the compass including underwater patterns after completing your knowledge development. Which can be done using the patio electronic learning platform. You'll conduct three open. Water dives to build your skills and proficiency and underwater navigation having that confidence and competence in using your compass and finding your way underwater reduces your stress and anxiety and make sure diving more relaxed and fun right now. We really aren't able to avail ourselves of underwater. Gps it sounds like there might be solutions in the future and as we have come to appreciate technology advances. We'll be standing by for now however you can't go wrong in developing your skills than the tried and true underwater navigation techniques and equipment
Indigenous musicians find new ways to create, promote and thrive during pandemic
"Edward kalani maxwell one and his brother gregory ca kina maxwell. One are part of the hawaiian band. Naveh the four piece band is made up of two sets of brothers. Nava asia's now. Grammy nominated album. Lovely sunrise was inspired by the music of billions alvez and his paradise. Sarah nader's i've reached out to edward and gregory at their home. And why lukoil maui. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much is our honor. So did you grow up playing music together. We are all surrounded by hawaiian culture wind music or we were even brought into the world. You consider ios bound to happy oil inevitable for us to either become hula dancers so to say now musicians and how were you around music before you were even brought into the world. Our grandmother and our mother were are the are practitioners are grandparents is wealth. They've been in the lion. Culture and hawaiian seen four before we even brought into this world. And what about you edward. What are your first or earliest memories of music. So yeah before we were bored of. My mother was a hula student for my to my grandmother for her hull flooding hula. Holly and my grandfather. He was actually a line coach specialists at also called who the hawaiian priest and he used to do. Many things he also. I guess what you could call if you were poorly Activists are so. He did many things for the hawaiian community. And so yeah. We definitely grew up around the hawaiian music and where it stems from the culture in our family being very active before we were and did the two of you play music together when you were little. Yes we actually laid with the help. All our grandfather. Charles coody saw as soon as we were able to take a gorilla being around blind culture and my grandmother have hula. Were will class or group. We would always go off on stage at like we were performing with them and end gregory. You're one half of the band nova and your other two bandmates. They're also brothers. And you're all from maui. So did you. Did you grow up knowing each other and seen each other the first occurrence or where we first met each other was passing. My grandfather at his funeral and their family came over to our art grandfather's house and we met them there. We didn't know much of all we knew. Disorder played music. They doubt salon suffolk dot but that was our first meet up them and most crazy to find out when we made three or so years ago was a their mom had done to love with alongside with my mom under i went to to are my grandmother docking day before we were even board. That almost feels like a very serendipitous family connection. How did you find that out our mother. She collected thoughts when she found out that we were deciding to make this battle or or join become about and so she gave us the history of how their families actually closer than we thought it was really meant to be for us to cross paths and form this type of bond with two sets of brothers in our make the group not bite ya and we always talk about how it was kind of almost destined to be back in the day before we have a board. And it's crazy how we can say. We were given that gift to be able to sing an all the whole year speaking hawaiian language to. That's pretty amazing. So you're both in your twenties and and so are other bandmates. You're all in your twenties but your latest album is inspired by hawaiian music from the nineteen sixties. How did you get interested in playing this kind of music. Being surrounded by point culture add aligned language. We kind of have some old souls to us. What we we all up to another idol or i would say a mentor in hawaii uncle. Samuel colonia cole. And he was asked to be part of the paradise serenaders and that was the whole reason why we did this project. A quick little travel back to the beginning of started was approached by a guy named zachary love. He is from all. He's an awesome musician. He approached with this idea to begin this project because of saab is going through dementia and we wanted to capture their style of music theirselves before it was too late. And so we're we're fortunate. We're blessed enough to learn from him before he forgot and we wanted to take their style. Also make it our own but also not let that stuff die
Transforming Patient Access Through Technology with Emily Tyson
"Welcome back to the outcomes racket saw marquez here and today i have the outstanding emily tyson joining us as the chief operating officer emily. Tyson drives rakes health's efforts to scale rapidly while building a high performance. Culture committed to improving patient access. Emily joined the company in january of twenty nineteen and from a functional perspective. She leads strategy client experience finance and operations in addition to the ever changing category of other. Say that in air quotes that early stage companies demand prior to join and ratings. Emily served as vice president of product for naveh health recently acquired by optum where she was responsible for the vision and direction of naveh health's product offerings across the health plan and health system businesses. Emily began her career in healthcare technology when she joined a fina health after various roles in the financial services industry in new york and hong kong. Emily holds her business. Administration summa cum laude from washington and lee university and our mba from harvard. Business school. today. We're going to spend a good amount of time talking about this digital front door. And what practices and large-scale health systems could be doing to do a better job of addressing the current area that were in healthcare so Emily such a pleasure to have you here with us today. Great thank you. So i'm looking forward to the conversation. Yeah likewise likewise and so before we dive into rate health and what you guys are doing. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about you. And the things that inspire your work in healthcare. Sure i i would say for me personally. There's there's no debate about whether the health care system is broken and it's really not the patient care itself that's lacking it's it's the back end at the administrative side of healthcare. That's really this nightmare of complex regulations and poorly designed incentives and outdated technology all of which actually negatively impact the cost patient experience and ultimately in many cases the outcomes. You know. I never personally wanted to be a doctor. But i've long been passionate about exciting this side of healthcare trying to make the pipes in the information flow in this pieces work by should really does require reaching beyond just technology alone so this desire instead of my focus on sobbing. The complex administrative challenges can be non-sexist ahead of healthcare but that do impact patient cares. What has led me on my career paths and ultimately now terrific celts of it. Yeah you know. There's there's a ton that needs fixing and optimizing maybe even overhauling in some instances and so having a unique approach that is focused on on on making things better on the back. End of the house is key talked to us about health. What exactly are you guys doing. And how are you. Adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Are we are focused on transforming patient access so Helped mission our mission is to make it easier for patients to see their doctors. It sounds simple but it's much harder in practice on. You know you shouldn't have to know someone who knows someone to know someone to get a quick doctor's appointment and yet that's often how it works in reality today. Deferred care is a really big issue and the industry even setting aside the global pandemic and the dynamics that's created the average. Wait time for someone to see. A provider is almost three weeks in the us at the same time on any given day. Many providers actually have availability in their schedules. So a lot of what we're focused on is how do you bridge that gap and there's a significant amount of complexity underlying yet so it's really idea of improving access. Which is every part of health focused on is about much more than providing digital layer for consumers. That's absolutely part of it. It's also about addressing this underlying operational challenges within a healthcare practice. Your system does that make it hard to manage patient access in the first place so we do both from a market perspective at comes in the form of products around central scheduling work slap locations and self scheduling communication platforms in check in along with best practices for how to think about optimizing patient access in the clinic beyond the technology itself.
You Should Brand It For Those Who Don't Understand It Too
"Normally. When we think of branding we think about something. That helps differentiate al product from another for people who know what they want. So you know you want a laptop computer. You've got the choice between lenovo brand or an apple. Mac book brand for example. But today when i was out on my walk on the street and not in the park because close my park. I saw an example which i think explains why you be branding things for people that don't understand it because coming towards me on a car. I saw one of those rooftop storage box things. And i'm thinking to myself what they actually call. That was a long walk a couple of hours so your mind starts to wander and you see something like that. You start to think. And so i'm asking myself. What was that thing called. I couldn't actually remember what it was called. And then as i'm having this thought as this cargoes passed. I can see the brand on this thing. Takeuchi aka and it's very well branded along the side and also along the back and so now when i want to go and find out what that thing is instead of just searching for car rooftop storage box thing i'm gonna typing the word taka the brand and so now that brand is cemented him my place. Even though it's not a product that i've really thought about buying and it's not a product that i've really seen very much around and the idea of having your brand on stuff not just for people who know what they want for people that don't is i think something that sometimes escapes us and as if to prove my point about twenty minutes later a naveh compost having another one of these storage boxes and i still can't remember the brand all met box. It wasn't very well branded. Eat some i think it was. J moti 'em or something but it wasn't very clear branding. They really hadn't thought much about the branding for passing by traffic for example and for people who didn't really know the difference between the brand and another so. I think the listening that that i picked up at least was that when you branding things don't just think about branding it for market. Who understand you'll product. Think about you'll branding for those. That don't understand it. Because if i don't understand it and you branded then all of a sudden your brand is the one that i recognize and your brand is the one that i will go back to
"naveh" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"This group of cannon fodder who's just there for the paycheck nice. Say something yes well. Stormtroopers are even though some of them might not be better than others. Most spun troopers. I have heard want to intense amount of training just to become one. But i guess that doesn't mean that all of them were really that good at what they do. Well that's the problem because if you have to manufacturers that many stormtroopers Many stormtroopers into the position. You're going to essentially exhaust. There's going to be some who there's gonna be some see students basically in this. Recruitment centers are incentivized with such a structure that they're just putting anybody through the example. That guy passed the training. Trust me. he's gonna be by not paying me exactly so and i think what you're getting here is people that are just underestimating. The if nothing else thinking okay. Maybe we can't get the summer off of him but maybe the the you know we can. Cause he's going to have to block over shots maybe if we can have them blocked shots one shots gonna get through you know but of course immediately. He knows that. And he's like andre. The giant says and the princess bride different. When you're fighting guys one guy and six guys there's different ways there's different moves that you're going to use and i know those news to I don't get the fight. Just one hour one. But of course meadow. He fights one on one fight six guys at once all the time so he's very good no matter what the situation but anyway in this moment he He does Defeats the the rabble. That we're trying to because actually they wanted the child. I believe if i recall correctly because they knew that there's about on the child you know and i don't even think it was even the best car armor that they wanted. You know. they just wanted the child. Because that's the bounty say there's not only a bounty buffers off the super material. A win win. If he comes. Scott we get two things. Exactly that is true to like every question dungeons and dragons you like. Hey bring me back this thing. Whatever else you find. That's yours to keep exactly and sony. But i love you know because he does defeat the guy strings them up by the post because of course the guy runs because he is not the fighter he can. He can kill people when everyone's outs behinds. But he's he's the brains of the outfit. He not really the guy who has cut the kingpin. He hasn't gotten his hands. Bloody working his way up the ladder so when he gets home from the lampposts by his feet. 'cause as the royals as i promise you you will not die by my hands batman moment. Yes yeah yeah. The difference is that the mandalorian kills in the middle has no problem with you. Dying batman would probably feel bad. If you actually did die no he would feel really clever and really proud of himself see. I didn't do it. I didn't break my code. And he separate about himself yes but you know he gives them the statement that there's a mandalorian on tattooing. that's all i know as Detect no mental. Join over there in this thing. This mining town moss paisley. No muss is where he lands pogo where he goes. Wanna keep an exit elise turning off my phone mosses except this got wiped out but also is a rebuilding little settler town. And he goes there. We get Amy sedaris back as her as her character Blend her name right now fifty. Imdb real quick pelley motto The mechanic She's awesome she basically You know tells him. I don't know i don't know of any other men laureates here. I don't know what you're talking about. But i do know where moss pogo is and basically show some baptists. There's nothing on this nephew i know. That's where it used to be. That's where it's supposed to be You know he he He takes he takes the child with him because he does not want because he knows if he ever leaves to chat with other people other. He sometimes breaks this rule if he feels. It's safe enough. But obviously he's not forced to right now so he's coming soon. He's coming with him. And actually i think later he does leave. Maybe no he doesn't have to go back. Yeah so it's very complex. But anyway he takes the child with him child highs in. We basically get the big thing with the marshall any sees the marshall in the doorway thinks. He's a meddler and then he comes in takes off his helmet. Yeah and you probably already know this. But ooh the armor he's wearing. It's berber that summer. Yes that was the big fan boy. Moment boba fett armor and he is he is he is. He's mad that this guy has the summer because he takes off his helmet. Says that major not amend laurean although that's going to become an issue in later episodes as well. We won't get that no spoilers yet. That's why i said we'll get to that next episodes but we're not going to explain it because it's not a spoiler we just say that's going to be an issue later anyway. So yeah the guy basically says look you know when the empire fell. All these mining consortium just came in and shot up. The place killed everybody and iran. And i got saved by jowl us. Which is one of these other moments. 'cause there's like a couple of moments in there we're like the jau people jao ause you get this real understanding of the racist overtones of the star wars uniform universe the human supremacy of the star wars universe where it's like you know accidents and people have lived here for thousands of years. You're on their land. You know we don't know all of their human they could. They could be worrying a moscow and while there could be well. They're clearly humanoid. Maybe that should be enough and the job was always seem much. The the roma near seen their traveling people. They're scavengers and very much like if you've ever read dune they're like the freemen people of the desert there they wear. These still suits that. Keep them Viable in the heat with the with the the dust and everything and same with the job as they live in the desert their nomadic people they move from and live in the desert naveh way to live in the desert in an involves very specific kind of sued and they're viewed as not as advanced as the people running the planet of iraq. It's kind.
"naveh" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"That's the reason that the deal with the devil. Narrative is so pervasive in the world of music. You find it everywhere. Jazz did take the jazz musicians of the twentieth century. Your rubble johnson that the crossroads exactly and then in classical ugo panning you got ta teeny. He's mentioned in the movie of one of two thousand Jump german comparison naveh queued identify. I'm saying that right gradually succumbs to kind of a syphilitic madness that that is kind of supernatural origin potentially That's a great book. I it's something that the music is often associated with. Yeah so how did. How did this movie come together. I mean i mean everything that blunt house has been putting out onto the welcome to the blunt. House label is really really fascinating stuff. But how did you don i. It's my understanding that the movies unwelcome to the has came from lots of backgrounds. Enosis places but I got involved. It was a very quick process. So i i read the movie about two or three years ago. I was developed over in the uk and then early in twenty nineteen well-made around may ish longhouse and amazon h. Apparently they had the script and read it. They just ask if. I want to make it under. This banner was part of this later. Diverse movies like while can either from amazing and from that it was just kind of well when we develops The script for a few weeks. We will always immediately increased production. We had full weeks. Pre production only twenty days to shoot so it was definitely a very tight shoot And then and they all happened within about six months a circle and i keep hearing that about blood house. Normally when you're when you get a movie deal it's They waited around for four months to read the script and then they did and then we didn't start shooting for two years and they got the script they like it. We're filling in a month and we wrapped in. Yeah it's super played so smart company for them to be able to work that quick because they can get so many more voices out there. Get some more stories in there. Does seem to.
"naveh" Discussed on Building an Indie Business
"The subtitles, which is the transcript so I take that. And put it. On, its own page. On? The. On the PODCAST website. And then that's the first thing you see. No. The first thing you see on the transcript page is. The podcast episode title and then transcript. And then you see just the. Subtitle text. From Youtube. Then you see the embedded player. From. of the episode. And then you see the episode. Description and then I have a link to the blog links to the book. And then a link to the. PODCAST workflow document. then. You have the email. Pop ups. Yeah the pop ups the exit in the bottom of the page one. and. That's the transcript page. Okay. Then there's the subscription page which is. on the Naveh Bar at the homepage and all this is. Is Basically one of the pop ups that doesn't actually pop up it's just the form. So. Yeah and that's so. If people don't. Score, the bottom or exit. By scrolling early moving the mouse if they do the control w What do you call it? Shortcut when you do that the Exit Papa show up. So this is just to make sure those. People that use that shortcut don't score the bottom know that there is a place where you can subscribe. To the email that will send them. Every episode. When it comes out okay. then. There's the about page. And This isn't on any of our because. I don't know. I don't really think it matters. It's just there because. I don't know. It's just there. I had it before from. When I didn't really use the website. One I- I created this website specifically for just the the product launch of the podcast. And then. I wanted to. Sell the. Book. and. Get it. On the. In search results, and then I started using them more and I, didn't see the value of the about page for the book. So I just took it off the bar. But what this page has a picture of me. I described my past work I'd talk about web development. I talk about What else are we talk about podcast I talk about open podcasts as well. then I have the email pop ups. Yeah. So the last page is the future book that I'm going to write..
No prayer, no justice with Pete Greig
"Hello and welcome to the together. Podcast conversation about faith justice how to change the world. I'm Don and today I'm joined remotely by Cat and Chris how you guys doing. Yeah so we're trying to recall this remotely so it might have to kind of feel the Z. Meeting where we will interrupt each other and everybody. Everybody says no Yuko common phrase in the English dictionary they have to offer. You have to get really solid. Should be appointed leader. You just how everyone wants to do every single cigars how how you doing. What's your. What's your view like right in this moment? So we're working from home and do you have a good little south there. Yeah I've gone inflatable. Jesus next to me Nice context or just I just I just put him in there to just keep me company so I feel like I've got some workers. Excuse this yeah. I'm still your coworker by not having been actually in my little music station where normally record at home so nice very home for me. Yeah this is. This must be familiar for you. Sat there if you just start in some freestyle staff just because you're in the zone and that's absolutely fine. I think that's go- keyboard as well. Let's go for it. How prepared as everybody knows. He's listening to this where we're in lockdown currently just heading into week four of lockdown guys. What would your one top tip be for for anybody in this situation? Either to keep them saying. Keep them entertained to keep that routine. What would your tip be if you were to give someone a tip if you were to travel back in time for weeks and say to someone that this is coming. This is my one bit for device. Fear what would that be stuck up on toilet row? You'd be that person to left so we go brave shops fine now. There's loads of them there as well. They're just make the mice of light the outdoors. What's the outdoors magical place that I guess? Your question is what their advice would be before lockdown or during OCTA down town. Yeah I think I think definitely like utilizing your one one more day because I did miss a couple. That was a time. I Wen- went out on Saturday and then didn't go out again until the following Saturday and that felt ways. That is extremely down is mine would be to start your car. You never know. It's just GonNa say it once a day but don't shouldn't you like run it for a while as well because he just started and turn off at actually die for a little bit because obviously needed to get supplies say that part is important but in terms of like an actual like like psychological spiritual thing for you to help you life. I'd say give yourself a grace is retained great for now. Of course I think is really important. Everyone tries to get routine. But if you don't not one day by the end of the world was talking to my cousin. Struggle moves like putting on weight. Meanwhile disguise like he's skinny but yeah. I think yeah a little bit more than you normally do like fine. Don't worry I like Chris. I really needed to hear that because I've been struggling to get up in the morning. I think my my two bits of advice. I one is similar to what you were just saying. But I don't know about you guys when you wake up. Naveh shower wherever you come to get dressed. The temptation to put on the jogging bottoms is strong. My advice would a always reach for the jeans or or you could go smarter and just go. Trousers like full-on save by. I think I think just getting wearing clothes that you would wear out does helps me get ready in the right frame of mind. So that's that's one kind of half joke but also have serious. I think the one that someone shared as many words use everyday call someone. You haven't spoken to in three months and so there's quite good now jumping on zoom cores in house party and that kind of thing and talking to the people that we would see every day and that's important But really this also provides us the opportunity to get back in touch with people. We haven't spoken to for a while checking them say. Hey so that might be a fan core even dropping a text or anything and so. That's been quite good because it's been my mind okay. Who who should I do? Should I take a call today? And then you kind of build up. Some momentum happened in that for over a week now and then you start up conversations with people you haven't spoken to you for a while so definitely worth worth trying that one out. That's really grow their start off. That's so they go guys. There's some advice fee listening out there in lockdown but that was just waffle. Because I know you've been waiting for the the pivotal moment in the cast. Is CATS QUESTIONS SECA? Everybody who's WHO's waiting for. This was going to say out of their misery. They're awaiting such excitement. Put them out of their excitement cat. What is today's cats questions? Well I feel like Chris missed out on one last week. It actually has come from last week's question. Technically the question that Donald Smith came about the the sources in the fridge or in the coverage so then I saw the the the popular COMBI Ketchup on May. What do you guys think about that fully behind the I o back that until the day I die so it was the question. Would I combine the two off with story number? Yeah what do you think about the Combi of catch up on the massive financially okay? We'll see this is not going to wear. That was two thousand. I thank the Combo wrong. Okay Chrissie pretend that you hate all. I'll say that I like it and that makes better listening. But now I think particularly so my if I have potato wedges than I'm a massive fan I don't necessarily mix the two sources so have catch up on one side in a catch-up area and Mayor Mayor area but over time I will kind of dip in water and dip in the other and so there is a bit of cross contamination by the I have to mix it all in now we now we get into the French. What are you playing around you? Just get it in that and a mix up percent homemade burger sous why I normally would like my first chip will be will be the one that is blessed to be the mixer and Mitch over. My first chip is usually the one where the my slavers were Say I've got a lockdown special question question if if you could only have one streaming platform from now. What would it be Youtube? Oh Art and eat meat. I didn't even think about Youtube. I was thinking was thinking more. You're paid for services. Bedtime occurs tightly. Yeah if we're talking like free as definitely Youtube paid services I think is between spotify and Net flix. Yeah nobody listen to as much music since I've been stuck in the house. So maybe I think for me. I'm between net flicks and Disney plus because on the partic- plus we're going through the marvel films in order of release guy say currently on Captain America. So I think if I lost that now the devastation equally with net flicks. I need to find out what happens to carol by skin. So three episodes four episodes of targeting with about three episodes left so yeah I think I think it would be between those two if I had to probably Disney plus just until I finish marble. Wild is big so huge. Yeah plus frozen to say what is the deal with Thai King on Comey actually of unique? Because everyone everyone has been telling me to watch it and then so we sat down and watched the trailer yesterday. And it just looks. Renders is marred. It's it's something that you couldn't possibly Ri- I'm only four episodes in but the twists and the complexity and the characters kind of characters. They're real people. Surprisingly people popping up from nowhere and then seventy just becoming major characters in this in this real life story.
"naveh" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Comes after Muller a call for impeachment? I Mike moss was the Mullah report. Just the beginning. House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Naveh resist to subpoena to the attorney general for the entire report ended supporting documents never tells WNYC radio he wants to launch major hearing we major hearings and barring Mallory just the first we will we will call a lot of other people. We'll see they are. And we will get to the bottom of this, and we will educate the country. What we're not Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he's sickened by the pervasive dishonesty of the president and his staff. Senator Elizabeth Warren is calling on House Democrats to open impeachment proceedings in oversight committee, chairman Elijah Cummings says he might someday support that we have a president who not only was he lying, but then he was instructing others though. I and deduce it new deceitful things. And so as they want us to be blinded by what we see the president today called critical comments by former staffers to Muller BS. This is the most somber date in the Christian calendar. Good friday. Now from the the the model Francis led the stations of the cross for worship person, Rome. Good Friday's the day. Christians believe Jesus was crucified. They starved and tortured twelve of their children yet today, some of those kids express love for their parents who were being sentenced in court in riverside, California. My parents.
"naveh" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"You have your squabbles. People get offended, Jay. You know, each other one time no matter what happened. Together. The game. Jobbies? No, it's true. What happened? Together, Katie in the morning, seven five KC L, Jared, and katie's battle the sexes. Coming up next. It Naveh Fazel. Stay your kiss like Ginka, Oma greatest. The in. Is giving up. Maybe. Get. No woman. The field..
"naveh" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"It's not worth Naveh and got to make this dot been my mom. Joel. Stern. Given the balanced than than amazing edge now on this. Oh. One of them out of his dog. Don't ready, but. Just a new star this Knowlton part. My heart is a burn. My where the one what give me go bed. The loss to the free. Don't watch Brady the Brady to them them them that for new star skull so live drawl. Now. Clear. Oh, so you just listened to rivers in desert from the game persona five. Composed by Shoji mcgurk and Leers by Benjamin Franklin. And I live in is. Zoom and suggested by listener witchy of witchy soul, the sanctuary. This track is a banger. And it's amazing. Because when it first happened in the game. I like it a really, yeah. So personify has. Maybe like three balls bells because like a mid boss theme in the game too. But. This music comes up at the when you I'm gonna call him the penultimate boss, even though there's like a few after this count. Ultimate boss of the game. Who is a guy named I'm not gonna say 'cause people might still need to play the game. So we talking what you say for now by the game, Robert. So when this track picks up, I'm like, where's blooming villain, which is the normal Boston that comes up in the game. Now as a big fan of that trick. So instead, it's this track. But it doesn't even have the vote will just kind like like an instrumental version is a little quieter. So whatever guys like riding Cain described that because spl for you. But basically, it's like a pretty big looking boss at this point is don't worry about it. I have to have to basically is a giant Norma's, boss. Okay. I can beat this guy. It doesn't help that and my usual fashion. I didn't prepare to fight the guy. I did the entire arc which the done. This is in did all in one sitting on hard mood big. And I'm to beat the game at this boss. So the Dunton took about four hours to do. I didn't finish this fight until six thirty in the morning yell. So this finally to AM. No, I started the dungeon two AM. I just kept going going, and I also never left the dungeon to recuperate because I don't play that way. Nothing. Every dungeon in one run. So until your heart gives argues, so after you beat the first form of this guy this version of the track kicks in the full tray. And it's just the guy outside of all the crazy stuff like this where it's gonna become much easier academic that was burden through health some fish against this jerk. But this track track is amazing put the energy in. This is this is high energy. I love how clean the vocal sound too. Like sometimes like, especially in video games, when there's vocals to it is a lot of echo or this kind of like a lot of facts, it's gonna weaved in and out of this these these this singer is front and center in this song. Oh, we need to know who so full this is so good question that came through. I wonder if you'll pick you'll be the pickup on. Okay. So who has the question which he goes, rob what be your phantom coating? So it's it would be the idea all the characters codenames are based sort of their uniform looks like so. And their uniform is based on their cognitive self with how they see themselves and the cognitive world at boring white guy. No, you wouldn't be boring white guy, barring white you'd be blade human. All you're not true. You'd be like a DJ or something you'd be like Mixmaster you'd be. Crat does already taken mix mix. I will be I'll get cool DJ. Call you looking cool DJ? All right. I'll take that. Well, you'll be DJ. What the guy will like looking cool DJ like I just got here. I don't know what's going on. Just here. Got here. Now, you fight demons thirty much for demands for me what we doing time in the world. I hear the music so like. Like the game sad to a love. How poppy music is in this game. Every every time I hear music from this game. I'm like out here this on the radio, and I'd be into it like Goro, I'll stand by my fact, that I still you've heard me says plenty tonsils in the secret that I still stick by preferring the atmosphere persona the one in two total and the music and a lot of ways to because while this is before girl did do some of the music in the older ones too. But he wasn't the sole composer bacne. No, I feel like it was his influence that meet the soundtracks really kind of dark funky dark. Yes. Now. Default de so like this basically even with that in mind when he came on board full steam ahead with persona three. He started doing these steamed sound transfers life. Every game would have a sound style to it. Like like, I've heard people describe on a five teeth having a disco esque Sam disco sleigh this whole this definitely disc. The singer is like this go the the rhythm. The the the beads got that kick kick big. And a ring of the say that persona foreheads poppy going for it three had a arm beast style going. Yeah. Four have is the only played play three three is what I did Tartars. Yes, three. Yeah. Wow. I missed I missed an entire persona to personas. Federally miss four counting whose county. I'm counting. You are. And everyone who listens to the show. All right. So let's move onto your brakes. Check. We got hit the brakes, which he said, she actually prefers persona PS P O S Tate. Oh, so there's it's different game. Now, they're staying game. So percents original five for the PS. This was before you are working Matik ASI. I was annoying even before you were working there, but persona one came out in the state. It was like nineteen ninety six and it was called revelations persona. It was the first attempt to bring Shimagami tends game to the states. Yes. And for some dumb reason Ellis at the time they'll compelled to make a lot of censorship changes in tweaks to make the game more of peeling to Americans they make while the white one of the Japanese kindle black kids, and they made them curse a lot because black people curse. They cut tire quest. Again, clearly quietly curse. Italy. Do I'm cutting entire like I'd say forty thirty thirty to forty percent of the game out of gangs. Cut out. Translation issues all kinds of just it was a hot frigging mess. They thought that kid with red hair with black hair and like Goth earing was offensive. So he gave them red haired removed the earings I feel like the localization teams especially in the late nineties early two thousands. They were just making decisions. They just didn't know like they weren't asking people just doing things just making making these changes like the American public isn't ready for this or they're like the game players of America. Who are you know, thirteen
"naveh" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"That would hurt my. That's right, though. That's all right. Hey, I'm pretty sure you're gonna show you an end up there. Anyway, Fred just gonna I'm gonna bring him on stage. What are you talking about? Need tickets? You're going to be. Addressing employed, but I I call Z's. I call it. Yeah. No, no. It's all good as five Rubio. It's all right. That's all right. You just do all kinds of stuff around here and separate lives and stuff like that. Sorry. Oh one hundred. No, that's that's not true. That is not true. You're making that up now. No, it's okay. Nobody you are. Everyone to know, you don't know. Unless you friends. They'll say doesn't happen because I personally like offended if someone doing something without me. Like, I don't know. I have a a lifeline. We don't always have to travel in packs. I'm doing this real thing. I want the three of you guys come in Java, but not Pauline because she has a life. So she ain't gonna come. So that's cool. So we're all we're all doing this thing but paulina's life, so she's not coming. She doesn't invited me to her south sidebars anyway. So. I wanna know if anyone's listening now who has a a crazy mother-in-law parent in your life who is insisting on you, try Naveh child because there's this story, and this is reported by cafe mom. It was on a it originally. But apparently baby fever doesn't always just infect a newly married couple. Sometimes it's the family that is the problem or in this case, they have what's called being referred to in his post as babies. One woman on the internet who is a child free by choice woman and she shared that her mother-in-law supposedly crossed the line. Apparently, she jokingly in quotations robbed rubbed a living breathing baby on her body in an attempt to get the idea of having a baby to rub off on her. But unfortunately, nobody's laughing about this. But I wanna know if you've got a story of somebody in your life who who either wants you to have a kid or brings up. Why don't you have kids or why would you get married and have kids or you don't have enough kids because I'm hearing it now spaghetti is becoming a little aggressive in my house with my mob, our brand and even though my sister's engaged, and she'll be I bet my mother is a grandmother in the next eighteen months. You think your sister will get pregnant right away. I do. Yes. Yeah. That pressure on you know, I think it's. Takes the pressure off. But she wants to grandkid from me. That's what I'm saying is I'm the favourite, exactly. So she wants to grand kid from meat. But and so now, it's like, what are you gonna you need to get married and have kids? So I'm starting to hear about it a little bit more. I think before she was like afraid she'd spooked me. But now she's getting to a certain point where it's like I am going to spook because if he doesn't do it soon. He'll miss the boulder. I won't see it or whatever. But I want know if someone in your life is is driving you crazy with their ambition for you to have a kid,.
"naveh" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Fainting sales from slavery. Free. Making them. Yes. Phil. In. Never thought of of. Tom. In. Come. I'm so. You can show me. Cry sore. Now. Eight of shave. Skiffle? I think. Green. Kid. Naveh came e. So. Can't me. Quiet. Piece. Me. Now. Like
"naveh" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Bus. No. It Naveh Fazel. Stay your kiss. Walking. The greatest. It's tearing up my. Matt. Uh-huh. There's no. The. Do the. Still. Yup. But. The man. Mike. TD in the morning on the number one hit music station. Five. We all remember the quirky story of the woman who was.
"naveh" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Fixing with we're working on quitting our jobs. The most Google the jobs question of two thousand eighteen was how to quit a job according to new data from Google trends answers to that question and others. We asked last year from Katie hill editor at marketwatch, Katie, these questions seem to reflect the economy. Reflected Nikon, there's more new gods. Open people feel competent about leaving the one they had because they have another job lined up. And then the other things I was looking at, you know, a lot of people maybe they didn't get to their current company, and that's pushing them out because now there are more jobs where they can get paid more and go somewhere else. So we're seeing a lot of that. But yeah, I mean, how to quit a job in what job should I have it that you most Google career questions that really that really speaks to what's going on here. That's interesting. All right. So if this is something you're exploring, and let's say you've committed to it because you've asked for these more popular questions on Google. What do you do? All right. So first of all you gotta give enough not. I mean, I know the economy is really great, and you could just leave, and, you know, take two weeks off and travel, but you really should get two weeks for most employees and more from people just do that the common courtesy figure it out. The other thing is don't blab about quitting until you've actually told management, which is happening a lot like, you know, you chat with your co workers about how miserable. You are. You tell them you're quitting. It gets out. That really pisses people off because the point here, you don't wanna burn. I mean, there may be plenty of other jobs down that you're jumping to, but, you know, the city's a cab industry, it's small you might run into these people again, you don't wanna have burnt those bridges all you said to ask her private in-person meeting with your boss to resign. Yeah. I mean, if you can help it don't do it on an Email. I mean, I know some people are remote. And even if you're sending an Email asking Naveh conversation, and then do it on the phone do it on video chat. But you need to be face to face with them. And the other thing it'd be positive. I mean, he might be so angry, you know, wanting to list out all the things you hate about your job. That's really this is not to try to be positive. Thank them for the opportunities that you've enjoyed the experience. You know, I'm just really trying to be positive about it. Because again, this is these industries are open doors. You might be people again, they might be hiring for something that you want. Again, you don't wanna have darned abrasion, speaking with Katie hill editor at marketwatch since she's written a piece about the number one most Google career question of twenty eighteen in perhaps not surprising is how do you quit a job? That's I I would I'm not picking on this generation, but millennials gen Z. Right. Who were fairly new to this? And you know, texting to get a job. First place is not how you should end it. Right. No, no. I mean, really just like you really helped me I really a theory has been really valuable me. No, it even if you do want to give some feedback like something went really wrong be respectful when you give feedback. Right. I mean, just W like awful everything was, you know, just just be respectful enough. Sometimes these things are out of people's control. So it's just good to be positive and respectful. Thanks, katie. Katie hill editor at marketwatch. It's thirty minutes. Now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..
"naveh" Discussed on KTRH
"Guard line. My name is Randy lemon. That is Joey gripping the amazing Joey g processes all your calls. We got a full board. So it's mostly like song suggestions, although Jerry and co meal if you're still there, you're still listening. The closest place is going to be emended supply in Lumberton because that's one of those ace hardware affiliations. But they've they've carried the microlight fertilizer, and it shows up at the Lumberton location of image supply, which is forty nine point six miles from Camille. That is the closest place that we could find over in east Texas had to be reminded. We're coma. Neal was so roof quickly. Joel appreciate this because Joey grew up in east Texas to a little bit of his life. I remember a Bryan college station team was when I was doing sports Becca KM you early nineteen hundred s. The there's all these towns popped up for games. Yeah. Let's say Naveh soda was playing Coleman. Neil. I don't remember what Madison may been playing Neil. So Madisonville Naveh soda Caldwell. Calvert, Franklin all the towns around Bryan college station, we had to name the schools that they were playing so going so Madisonville is up against comas. Neil. And one of my journalism professors. This is before Email before cell phones. I get a call at my desk came from one of my journalism professors who is insulted that I can't pronounce the name of comb Neil. I learned that in like nineteen eighty two eighty three and I've never forgotten that pronunciation of names dislike I still to this day crack up and I understand there. New sports reporters come to Houston, the new guy from channel eleven. He said may decrease the other day. And if you don't know if you'd like that upsets people like Matt Thomas are sports guy like nobody's business because MA Y is made creek. I had to learn that lesson to long time ago. So if I don't know the pronunciation right away, I will go and figure it out with the help other people all, but I got I got thoroughly a tongue lashing from a journalism. Professor, you should know how to pronounce the names of these towns before you get on there. No cards. Komeito never mispronounced it ever again. Let's get back to the board. Choose been there. Longest? That's gonna be Chris and Rosenberg Chris. What are you got? I want to recommend a song for you. It's a it's a upbeat jazz on called cake by Yoko Kanno. It's great bump music, but also works as bed music at the same time, okay? Tank. Try by Yoko. Why O K O? Tank by Yoko Kanno. Yeah. If you do a Google search on just that you'll you'll pick it up. Okay. It's not KO k-. And no, correct. All right. We'll give that a listen here, and we'll figure out whether it's applicable, but as you here by the close music in the background. That's it for this hour so cliff in Silicon Valley, hang tight Becky San Leon hang tight close going to be. I think he's going to be second. When we come back for our final hour that our just flew by didn't it because we had lots of questions, and we can take lots more questions to at.
No Plans Of Leaving: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Fires Back At Critics
"So you're not stepping down this chairman. That's not the plan. That's not the plan would anything change that. I mean. Like eventually over time. I mean, I'm not going to I'm not going to be doing this forever. But, but I certainly not currently thinking that that makes sense. That was Hayes CEO Mark Zuckerberg standing his ground on CNN last night amid the controversy surrounding the company, but it's not just sucker brook who's been fighting back. The stock has actually rallied in the past two days. Even as a broader market saw red so quick this mean the worst is over for the company. Karen, yes. Well, I hope so because I am long the stock kudos Tim who's been reading a lot of editor on that topic. I think I think Mark Zuckerberg is the right person to lead them out of this. And when I think about other CEO's that have been able to, you know, really take some punches but turn around. Oscar Munoz was only ten or eleven months ago, we were all pretty negative on Oscar Munoz and his ability to lead. United Airlines turned it around Steve Jobs, the most famous probably right left, the company came back. And now look at apple one sixty could have been to thirty but whatever and then Howard show. So I think this kind of founder CEO not Oscar Munoz, but is is really important to the business. Plus you can't vote him out. Right. He owns Dunkelberg, quote about this is a real board though. Right. They don't have some it's out a tesla kind of bored. But that that must controls. This is a real board. I know you've got Ken Chenault, an Erskine Bowles and Susan. Desma hellman. This is a real board. So I would be very very very concerned if they kicked him out very, I don't think that should happen at all. I liked that the stock is rod in the last two days, the valuations very cheap. I think earnings will come down for sure. But that's in there. Mark Zuckerberg may be the CEO and may be there forever because there's voting share structure, but these are these comparisons really comparable only because right now, the company is facing potential legislation regulation that would change the way their core business fair for business operates. I'm so so let's say let's say Starbucks for some reason lawmakers were infuriated by how they brewed their coffee and said, you gotta be this x y and z to you know, to make sure that the caffeine contents not is not too high or whatever I mean, doesn't that sort of change that will change the model somebody I mean? Radha moment where you're thinking is the model going to change the motto could change, right. That could happen. I mean think about Microsoft facing a multi year antitrust the motto could change here. This is not a crazy price for this business. Even if it is chopped up. I don't even know exactly what the best way to do that would be. But you know, the multiple is not high the cash is enormous the businesses still very solid business with I understand the margins are coming down, but still significant margins here. So, you know, but you wonder when crisis management, I mean, this stock is crashed effectively. I mean, if you look at it, we can say what we want. But it's it was two hundred and five dollars stock six months ago straight in one hundred thirty seven dollars. Now, that's pretty significant move. And then when you have the Mark Benny off of the world calling it basically making a comparison to nicotine, that's a real problem. So I don't think most Zucker Brooks made himself a lot of friends, and I think people coming out of the woodwork now to take shots. I just think that this. This is a crisis of trust. I think it's, you know, here's let me say something positive about Facebook. They're not alone. But I do think that Facebook whose core product is being held into question is being singled out the most. And I think they should be when I consider corporate governance, and I think about how people should be thinking about a stock which core product is been at risk this entire time. And they haven't disclosed that to us. I think this company deserves a bigger beating I think also investors need to start evaluating companies Naveh different investment metric in their toolbox to be assessing cyber risk at companies, especially technology company.
Windows and Robert Louis Stevenson discussed on Storynory
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