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How Virgil Abloh Is Lifting Up Fashions Next Generation Of Creatives

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:05 min | 1 d ago

How Virgil Abloh Is Lifting Up Fashions Next Generation Of Creatives

"It's good to see you in Snow choke chicago. Likewise tim could see as well. So i have been immersed in imaginary tv the last day. And it's interesting. We were just talking a little while ago that The difference set this year is made to everybody living under the shroud of a pandemic and imaginary. Tv would not have happened with that this last year. Would it now not not in the slightest. And i think what marks the time is obviously like a pandemic has run through our previously existing life right and in response to that i as a participant in the fashion industry wanted to use the time to sort of be thoughtful but also sort of give an optimistic sort of trajectory to these like very uncertain times. And so you know. Fashion shows are a mainstay important. Part of our artistry in the industry itself and so i took a step back and thought like what's the right construct to show off white developments. I hadn't shown in a year basically so all the collections that i had been working on all the the sort of like introspective. Nece about what off-white means. Why's it important. Why does it have to exist. I could pour into a construct not pour into a seven minute fashion show. You've very deliberately. I mean the notion of of creating a new tv network in a way and then giving people a menu so they can choose what they want to watch is. It's one of those ideas that seems so simple leads. You wonder why nobody else it but on the other hand it's one of those ideas it so simple. Nobody ever thinks about it but it feels to me very much like it. It's very responsive to the moment that in with imaginary tv as you launch off white collection which is the subtext so also white is present. You celebrate solitude in in various various films that you that you present. It's all about people doing things on their own doing creative and a beautiful things. Which i found because i'm in a state of mind right now. My little bit depressed by by the situation. Now it has kind of got to me. I find that very inspiring and reassuring and i wondered if that was deliberate that you have you have all these people doing beautiful sultry thing. Yeah now definitely that stems from reading the room right like it stems from being at one with the solitude myself you know i was like i was racking up the global travel miles every meeting. I would just agree to and then figuring out how to be there. You know work. A holic is definitely a in my sort of category of of like operation. But you know like inputting ideas into culture into the world you have to read the room and understand the ecosystem that we're all living in right now and you know solitude is something that you can run away from. It's something that you can gloss over you know we're in social media era right so you can post things or you can move at the speed of instagram. Which is very fast. But instead i thought like this is the time to sort of turn the page right you know and also known for that like that. Vibrant millennial spirit. That's running consuming and moving fast and i decided to turn the page for off white to say slow content meaningful content might not sound bite editing. Just to sort of be in the site geist is okay because i say it's okay instead of adopting to the pace that the world is existing. It's like someone has to turn the page and so imaginary. Tv is slow. It doesn't fit on instagram. In a way. It's a as you know i could. I like have a run on sentence problem but basically all the ideas and the inquisition and the thoughtfulness that goes into off white is is better suited for a platform where those that are interested can sort of just research and spend time with content and feeling like i have to get in and get out. Because that's the that's the metric. That engagement says is the

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Designing Digital Spaces That Bring Us Together Is Solvable

Solvable

04:12 min | Last week

Designing Digital Spaces That Bring Us Together Is Solvable

"Ally. This interview is going to begin unusually with an apology from to you. I don't know how will you remember this but about a decade ago when your book the filter bubble came out. We did a public debate. One of the stage debates. And you argue that you were right. I argued that you were wrong. About filter bubbles and I realized some years ago that in fact you were completely right. And i was completely wrong. I appreciate that. I stopped clocks and all of that needs to be right once in a while we saw kind of the worst imaginable case scenario on january six yep with an insert violence direction at at the capitol. How much of the blame for that. You think goes to the social platforms. I mean it's it's only a short time. But what have we learned about that event in relation to the kind of social media. Polarization that you've been focused on. I'm not a person who had say a hundred percent. There are other forces at work that are driving the kind of autocratic moment that we were up against and that are driving violent extremism in the united states. But i think the social part of it allowed people both to coordinate and find each other and then to create this kind of shared reality which was one part fantasy and one part real right like people showed up not totally knowing if they were playing a role in their coast playing right or or if they were actually ready for battle. Yeah let's dig into that a little bit because they're you know they're bunch of things that are interesting and super alarming about them. I mean one one of them. Is this the point. You make about extremists. Having a way to get together but the other aspect of it you were kind of. I think alluding to cunanan and the you know the nature of it's not a classic conspiracy theory that comes out of politics. It is more like you know some kind of science fiction narrative that has elements of fantasy and game and part of the fun of it is that you get to co create. That reality right. It's it's not just being handed. This narrative is that you get to find the clues and you get to piece together the pieces along with a lot of other people you know it's like if you've ever watched a film where a bunch of investigative journalists like discover the big dark secret at the center of a country or whatever. It's actually that same feeling that these conspiracy theories drawn which is like we're we're a team together kind of pulling the curtain back and showing the world what's happening. Yeah thinking about how to reform social media which is something you you've been thinking about a long time. One of the key problems is is how you prevent that. We'll get into a minute. You know some of your ideas about fostering more positive democratic ideas small d democratic ideas in a minute but at the very least you wanna stop violent extremists from organizing activity. How do you do that. It starts with what drives people toward violent extremism. Right a lot of that is a sense of purpose nece and powerlessness and a lack of other forums. In which to feel like you have some agency and so you have to address things on that level but i also think you know the platforms that we have are so ill equipped still to really address. These problems and i think there's a reason that empires historically have have fallen and you know having a huge human system. A civilization dependent on the decisions of one individual isn't inherently fragile way to organize social functions. And that's essentially what we have in facebook and twitter both.

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David S. Reynolds on Abraham Lincoln

This American President

06:47 min | Last week

David S. Reynolds on Abraham Lincoln

"Our guest. Today is dr david. S reynolds historian who has written extensively on the civil war era. He's won numerous awards including the bancroft prize. And the ambassador book award just to name a few. And he is the author of the book. Abe abraham lincoln in his times professor reynolds. Thank you for being on our show. Great to be here richard. Thank you great. So much is made about president. Lincoln's lack of experience and his many supposed- professional failures prior to winning the presidency. But you seem to push back against this narrative. So what's the real story here. yeah One of the best books on him david. Donald to lincoln one of the better known books actually says very frankly that no president has ever entered the highest office being the least prepare less prepared than than lincoln that is the least prepared ball and on the surface kind of looks that way because he had less than one year of education just primary school education and Thou that was it and He didn't go through any formal formal of self education. Either but what i found is that he had something far more important. A insatiably curious. If he were on the law circuit around illinois he would go to a farmer and say. How does that machine work. And what brand of cow is that and and the pig over there. What can you describe that to me. Very very curious about the world around him And also he loved to read poetry in particular newspaper small so poetry and poetry kind of organized his thoughts and he memorized shakespeare by the page. She didn't do it to impress people but Suddenly suddenly would come out with a shakespearean soliloquy though is on his hard disk his brain and Or burns poem or something like that. So he was a really exposed to different levels of culture so much so that his contemporary emerson said There's one hero who stands out from the rest as somebody who bridges the entire range of experience from the very highest shakespeare of the opera. And all of that to the lowest. He like body humor and grotesque Frontier humor and emerson said he went down as far so the the very dogs believed in him so In a way who's very very open to experience and is that lincoln that i'm really interested in the songs he loved the poems he loved and what really made him a what what was going on inside of him right and you talk about. Lincoln's ran as an era of sensationalism. Violence susannah humor surreal the surreal in the bizarre which i think for anyone that follows politics now is a bit comforting to know that it's it's been like this for a while. So can you expand on just what you meant by that. Well i think there's been interesting sensationalism for a long time in many cultures but the difference was that because of changes in print printing techniques and also distribution techniques. Suddenly this was available to the masses and so the newspapers they used to be used to six hundred suddenly were once the penny papers and they were filled with sensational stories about murders and suicides and oh adultery and all all all this stuff and so yeah. I mean Linking grew up in this kind of culture. Also in popular humor lincoln said it was characterized by grotesque nece and it was a very violent kind of humor of gouging and and scrapping and scraping and a often feature these kind of frontier types. That were just wild men and people get a lotta thrills out of these kind of very very wild escapades in the crockett manuscripts the davy crockett manuscripts almond accents. Helper and p.t barnum. Who was a sensation. He was founded show business and wasn't in the circus business back then but he was in the museum business and he put on sensational displays like a fiji mermaid. Who is this beautiful blonde. Half naked woman had presented that way in in the posters. But actually it was just a a monkey's torso tied to a salmon's tail assistant in some water. And anyway the biggest. The smallest the fattest put things on display so in a way Lincoln had to serve accommodate culture as well because he was sold as as abe. That's book is called the kind of rough frontiers men with his sleeves rolled up and he's wielding an axe in these splitting the rails and by the time that It was advertised that way. It had been many years since. He's splitting rails because he was a respectable lawyer by the time war. Good suits and all of that and it was making a good income but he allowed himself to be sold as a even though he hated the name but he said without names like old. Abe uncle abe Honesty i wouldn't have been elected. I would not have been elected. So he was sort of put on display almost in a barnum barnum like way in eighteen sixty.

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Is WA overreacting by locking down so much?

Coronacast

04:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Is WA overreacting by locking down so much?

"Hello this is. Corona cast a daily podcast. All about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen. Tulloch position journalist alter norman swan. It's monday the first of february. That's right and yesterday. We were mocking the longest stretch. Nationwide without any luck transmission since february last year was fourteen consecutive days. But we've seen that stretch broken With a case announced in western australia yesterday norman male cortel quarantine security guard in his twenties. Who was working at the sheraton four points quarantine hotel and w i has not surprisingly jumped really hot on the web announced a really tough five lockdown basically. No one's going anywhere for five days until they figure out what's going on so one case and a really tough five day lockdown. Is this an overreaction. Or is this the right level of reaction. No i think it's the right level of reaction and the mandatory masks as well and they've just done everything to get this under control. It's one person but this person's been to a lot of different areas potentially a lot of contacts. Luckily so far his flatmates were are negative and they would be the people most at risk so the may well be very little if any spread here. But you just don't know and it's possible that he's got the uk variant of the virus since the uk very was on. That was on the floor of the people. He was speaking after him so one of the things they're doing is they're canceling weddings for the next five days like you say this Mosques are expected to be in place and a lot of other measures that have been put into place in norman. You've said basically since the very start of this podcast. If people can bear the cost him on set far back that the way to get on top of these fires is to go in hard into going to ease their limit to the hardness and early. Nece that you are prepared to endorse. This is still within your your realm if you want to control this virus. There's only one thing that works when you really when you when you don't know where the virus is and that is a longtime which stops people coming in contact with each other and running the risk of spreading the virus. You got to keep the virus away from other people. So the lockdown is what works now. There's no question. As new south wales has shown that guerrilla good contact tracing high testing ritz contact tracing. An isolationist required does make a difference and can get under control. But that's taken weeks in new south wales when there's been no uk variant the uk variant as people listening to chronic will know eddie homes on from the university of sydney a little while ago. Is that the wuhan. Virus spreads from one person to about two point five the uk variant spreads from one person to about three point four. That's probably the best way of thinking about it. Robin the percentage is a fifty percent or seventy percent more contagious so it is a lot more contagious and remember. This is a virus that spreads in clusters rather than evenly spread through the community. That's why these venues are so important to come to actually pin down get tested. Who were at those venues at those times published by the west australian government so it could be like southeasterly korea and queensland where it turned out to be a fisher on nice vizner to have and they're able to lift the lockdown early and that's great but a three four or five day locked on is much better than some stopping and starting not controlling the the virus which is what they've done and look what happens and the other problem and w. unlike new south wales and unlike victoria is they haven't had any community spread for ages knives since early be early last year and so people had returned to normal soon. Can't expect them to kind of do half of a social isolation process. You've really got to pull the whole population back. And then just your sees it up for five days and the you know the good news is likely to be that there hasn't spread but it's possible has in which case just got to give under

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How Docket is Revolutionizing Meetings Through a Product-Led Model

The GrowthTLDR

07:31 min | Last month

How Docket is Revolutionizing Meetings Through a Product-Led Model

"Why did you start docket. Like what was the kind of story enter in the company and has your growth been surprisingly accelerated due to the year. We've had so yes to the second question. But i i have been in indianapolis. My entire career been technology mind tire career. I've been a junior developer at an early stage startup of ten people. I've been mid-level manager at a high growth company exact target and i've been a c. Level executive of publicly traded company in the one consistent thing through all those experiences no matter the company culture or the position i was in it felt like to high percentage of the meetings. I was in felt like a waste of time right. Just felt like they were often covering the same conversations the same topics over and over again and so As i started looking around for what. I really wanted to do from a career perspective. I really wanted to build a company. I've built lots of products built. Let's teams And i really wanted to focus all my energy investment into starting something from the ground up and this just seemed like with the technology we have in place today in with these before. Covid the slow move to video conferencing and this was a prime time to really bring the technology to the forefront in a collaborative way and really make this problem. Go away for for the average user so we started that and we saw immediately you meetings or something that people have an almost visceral reaction to when you talk about them and so it's a universal problem and we saw that immediately when we put your just simple website a little bit of of social of campaigns to drive awareness and it was immediate people were attracted to the solution started signing up starting using it and then when the pandemic hit obviously you had this huge focus on the need to find these collaboration tools. These tools now suddenly every conversation. You're having is a meeting right to make sure that you're being as productive inefficient as you can. Because it's very obvious on on a remote setting if you're wasting people's time and much more so than in local setting in fact so we've seen that huge ramp up and that lift and we early on identified zoom as a strategic partner for us. We wanted to make sure that we were in lockstep with what their road roadmap wasn't what they were doing. And that's paid huge dividends for us. Yeah i really wanted to get into. Because i think at marketplace is going to spawn simply the successful companies coming back to a couple of things on docket. You mentioned. I think you had fifteen thousand users and you mentioned kind of product lead so looked of dive into how you got your first kind of thighs and customers and then just get into how you the founder strategically thought about your go to market from the outset in how you thought about product lead so i kind of dive into customers or users High did you get from zero to like five customers or your fifteen thousand users in such a short amount of time for productivity growth company the user acquisition just has to be incredibly cost efficient right so we started out even before we had a website we started generating content that we would host on the website around just meeting management topics that focused around have productive meetings different types of meetings. That type of thing so seo is our kind of long term play. They're just generate content generate Organic users to the site and that's been working very well for us another aspect of what. We're we do. Obviously is meetings are naturally collaborative in nature so if one person finds dockets signs up starts using it for their team meetings. The other people in the meeting notice that the meetings of ran much better. There are artifacts out of docket agendas. Recaps that are branded docket. That are sent to people and they naturally click start signing up and start using it themselves so we have a very high percentage of of users that come through that viral aspect of the product Outside of that we did start playing with social ads in social campaigns. Just to see if we could drive interest and that was immediate it was. It's very easy to track people to this solution. Because the problem is almost universal. I think it was one of the finest bloom talked about the fact that they would if they had to create another company they would never create a company that didn't have inherent virality the the product like. They've they've learned the lesson that if the product itself is inherently viral things become a lot easier thing what. What's actually hard is not growth. It's monetization into a couple of things that that i was reading. Great tweet from david stocks just by sas companies and that also companies should try to think about teams and versus users. And this is like a good Thought exercise here and just hearing how you think about it because meetings could be a individual user tool and you could upgrade based on number of meetings. I actually don't know what your price is finite or you could try go for like large teams in large companies. How do you think about that as a user team till we Initially focused on the end. User your individual pain and our roadmap in our overall growth strategy is moved from individual team to business enterprise right. I mean just have have the natural growth that you're going to see from adoption of of the product itself lead into the roadmap and support large larger organizations. And so with that the way we've built docket as there's limitation on the number of meeting participants there's no limitation on the number meaning. You can have in the free version. It's use it as you can as best as you can to get more and more people onto the application and then we have a features in the first paid tier which is really for the small teams to help drive that conversion into that paid tear. You get more value out of it as you begin. Use it in team aspect you get some more consistency around the usage of the product and then the outcomes of your meetings are more productive overall Drives natural adoption. What are the interesting things that i love to get your thoughts nece. 'cause you're innocent under space I'm sure always trying to figure out your price packaging. So we had joe thomas. He is the co founder of loom. That was some time ago. Actually when they were earlier stage and they actually were going at a similar path. 'cause we were early. Adopters dot used loom at spread within a company. And it was they were basically trying to get as many individual used products as possible many users and they were then trying to upgrade your team based features recently at they switched the price and to monetize of the core value which is just anyone who's creating a video you can get five minutes or you have to upgrade to get any amount of minutes and so it seems like you're kind of going on the path. They initially went down. Which is like the is the core value for me actually immediate and then you wanna try to price team based kind of features and did you ever think about what kind of business it would be. Just kinda monetize the core value which is the need for the user. Absolutely it is one of those that we're still very early stage and we plan to rate quite a bit on pricing and packaging to learn. Because you you have hypothesis is you start out. But you really don't know We're seeing Good conversion rates On the paid tier as is but there is a large opportunity to to experiment with that especially as we move especially from a small teams into the large organizations where we now have organizations that have hundred seats four hundred seats. That type of thing is what's the value to the organization as a whole it had to be priced to make sure you're giving the premium

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What Is Worcestershire Sauce?

BrainStuff

04:17 min | Last month

What Is Worcestershire Sauce?

"It's that brown sauce with a nine unpronounceable name. It looks on paper. Like war hester shire. It's a tiny tasty edition to red meats soups and pretty much. Anything that needs brazing. And according to the company that originally created it lea and perrins. it can be pronounced. Worcester shire worcestershire or worcester. Sheer worcestershire sauce is used to make good things even better because it packs a lot of savory nece sometimes called you mommy the word emami by the way was coined in the first decade of the nineteen hundreds as a way of marketing. The then newly isolated flavor compound monosodium glutamate or msg but back to the sauce. We spoke by email was shameless. Mullen a chef at the institute of colin area -cation he said in recent years there's been a newfound interest in amami or the fifth taste after salty sweet bitter and sour described as deliciousness. The amami brings out the natural flavourings and food makes steak taste more sticky mushrooms. More shrew me worcestershire sauce is made up of a lot of flavorful ingredients including anchovies. That's right it's not generally vegan plus red onion molasses garlic tamarind and malt and or cider vinegar mullen said the vinegar and tamarind bring a punchy city to the sauce and the molasses and onion balance out the sweetness but the true magic happens during the lengthy fermentation process which takes eighteen to twenty four months. This last and most critical step was something of a happy accident. When supposedly in the early eighteen hundreds to chemists based in worcester england john lee and william parents were charged with duplicating a recipe that one british nobleman or another had enjoyed in bengal. Their first effort was an utter failure. However and chemists left it to languish in jars their seller a few years later they rediscovered the batch and were thrilled to realize that fermentation had turned it into the perfect savory sauce. They started selling it in eighteen thirty seven. It came to the us in eighteen thirty nine and is sold in over seventy five countries today when that original leeann parents product was shipped overseas. It's glass bottles often broke as a result of rough waters. So the company began rapping the individual bottles and paper. The tradition continues today more a way to distinguish the brand rather than a need to keep the product whole the company lost the copyright to the name in eighteen. Seventy six a while. Leeann parents recipe remains a closely guarded. Secret competitors have sprung. Up to make similar versions. The bbc counted at least thirty others and worcester alone. You can even making it yourself at home. Mullen said while the aging and fermenting process might be a bit much to undertake at home. You can make a very tasty approximation of worcestershire sauce. By simmering soy sauce mustard powder malt vinegar tamarind paste garlic anchovy paste tomato paste ginger molasses and spices. Those spices he said can include coriander seed mustard seed and the clove as well as orange peel and black pepper. He explained the simply. Mix all the ingredients and similar to sauce consistency. Then strain in store liquid. There are lots of recipes online including several for those of us who have been playing around with home for medication and of course the beloved sauce isn't relegated to stakes and such either. It can be added to pretty much anything that needs inning bitter bloody mary fondue cheese sauce eggs popcorn potato salad dressing or a grilled cheese sandwich. Leeann parents even recommends a splash of it in place of your normal dashes of salt and pepper. The continuing enthusiasm over mommy flavor is carrying over into the share market and this recent uptick is expected to continue projected through twenty twenty five. At least mullen explained amami hounds have been on the hunt for heritage condiments likely and perrins original recipe and there's an ever increasing trend toward finding new applications for the sauce or marinade. Cocktails worcestershire sauce is having a moment.

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Actor Reign Edwards And "Icy" Wright On Clubhouse's The Lion King Musical

Black Girl Nerds

07:11 min | Last month

Actor Reign Edwards And "Icy" Wright On Clubhouse's The Lion King Musical

"Thank you. We are hear the day is finally here. After months and months of hard work the world finally gets to see. How do you feel today. it's it's surreal in a way and i think Because of like the circumstances part of it feels real with like part of it. Doesn't you know we're all at home but Just seeing the level on social media is really really cool. So is exciting. That's awesome i. When i reflect back i've watched a whole series before from from beginning to the end and i thought about rachel lied and what there's a lot to unpack with her from being super competitive but insecure but stubborn and and just a little argumentative and very very complex character. What are you most proud of with what you've done with rachel and bring her to life. I think i'm most proud of showing her heart. I think in my episode. You actually get to open her up and see her beyond this tough exterior that she has and see everything that she struggles with A lot of times when you meet someone on the surface there's you know. What would you meet on the surface and you don't really know what deeper than that at their core. They're actually just. Somebody needs help for someone that is earning for love you know. There's i love the complexity that got to play with rachel and that i hope it came across early will. It really really really did in just the way. She interacts not only with her sister character. But her fellow sisters on the island in how they navigate. This sorta new rebirth trauma. All these things a encapsulated into to one experience and to see how she grows throughout the season has been really really mesmerizing about her. This series has the potential to be another one of those groundbreaking series with strong women. Strong women behind the camera with With knowing that the audience is going to be familiar with that as a tune into the series. Do you feel like almost a torch carrier or progressing hollywood into the next level. What are your thoughts on. Being a part of such a strong woman cast in and crew and overall creative process. I'm honored i. It's it's it's such a surreal experience to be a part of something like that I think for me. I always talk about women standing in their power. Whether you know it's on said or like just in my day to day life. I think it's so important than i. Love that i get to play a character that shows that shows that and through these characters you see the broken nece but then them standing in power and think. That's so cool. So i i'm just very honored and i don't think anybody takes it lightly that works on the series win before i was coming to talk to you this morning. I did a little dialogue on your social and video that you post it when you got to see the yourself on the side of the building. I mean that's no small feat when you see yourself at the side of a building. What's the first thing you look at. Do you think i have. My nose looks huge. What's the first thing you look at. Honestly i just. I took it all in and i was in awe. Just had thank god. It's it's been a long time coming up. And doing this as kid. So make jesus and also i mean. I'll just like what we look. You got what you literally rely. Giants and I think that's so cool though because like in. La you always go through you know sunset and these different streets See my face along with all these other amazing women up there. It's just something to be an all of. I was really just in all of seeing that. I didn't really necessarily focus on my nose. I was just happy to see us all up there. It's remembering what that photo she was like like is just really cool to see. I mean you are giants in a sense. Even your characters really represent a lot of us you know. I see a lot of myself in rachel and be an athlete when i was a kid and and the struggles that come with that and all of the other characters for what they represent in terms of personalities in things when you look at now giant rachel on the side of this building. What does giant. Rachel tell our giant rain till little little rain who was just starting out and get him in terms of of staying the course or anything gotta get you there and you don't have to be perfect. I think that. I still to this day and working things and i think that's maybe why i was able to give that to rachel in learning. Actually from was just talking to my friend this morning. About how playing. Rachel helped me realize some of the things that i thought i got over that i was still like. Oh you haven't gotten over on this level yet. Or in this way yet. And i i would just tell myself it's all going to be okay and you can just breathe like just take a breath keep going. It's okay to be determined. You are very determined person. And that's great but there's a difference between determination and perfectionism. So i would definitely tell my younger self that when you work with the john sombo cast like this. How has this made you grow as an actress as a performer. Because there's a lot of moving parts that go into a show like this. Not just the the dialogue but the physical rigors that isolation from filming somewhere else has made you all. I always up on set. I look at the other actors around me. I think that When you're in a position to work you know as often as i have which. I'm really great for four. That's the way that you continue to learn. You know you don't mess if you're in new zealand. I can't go me maggie coach time. They're all this stuff so I i do my best to learn from the people around me and to have such powerhouse actresses around the does cause you to grow does cause you to evolve. You always different things how people portray their characters. I know that even just from having a twin sister. So i got to work really closely with helena in helena mazing actress the way that she has for nuances in Thoughts like it. It's just it was really cool to be surrounded by different people. I can learn from pick up on different things and how they carry themselves in in their scenes so it definitely caused you to grow especially with the cast big. We have a mike seven different acting teachers

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Help! My Kid Is Sneaking Food and Screens Up To Her Room

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

05:41 min | Last month

Help! My Kid Is Sneaking Food and Screens Up To Her Room

"Two days question comes from our facebook group. Have you ever addressed sneaky nece before. I'm having some trouble with rule breaking lately where things that are not off limits but are limited like candy or screens are appearing in bedrooms. After the adults go to sleep. It's driving me batty. And i'd appreciate any advice so first of all let me just say. I'm a little bit of the same problem at my house. And here's what i think about it. I tend to be slightly overreactive to this in terms of how could you do this. You notice against the rules to have food or screens in your room. We don't allow food or screens in bedrooms. And so it's pretty much obvious that a wrong sneaky has been committed as soon as i see those things that bedroom because they're not supposed to be there and i have one sneaker who has taken to signing candy. Sometimes it's apples taking three or four bites of an apple and then hiding it somewhere in the room which is really one thing we can say for. Our kids is that generally there really bad at being sneaky so you know you do smell of rotting apple in the room after a couple of days. And i've found them tucked. You know inside jewelry cases in the closet because the mind of a small child says this is not what i'm supposed to be doing and i will hide my crime and then they don't really think the next step what happens when the apple starts to rot. And so what. I do in cases like this is i. Call the child's not always the same one up. Hold up the rapper. The apple the screen. Whatever it is and say what is this doing here and right away. They know that they've done wrong right. I mean they know they're caught. And then i really state the rule. It is not permitted to have food in your room and then we try to head behavior and consequences can we rectify the behavior because otherwise there are going to be consequences so one thing i think especially about food is we tend to think of this story as like my child is deliberately defying me just because even though they know that this is wrong and i hadn't experienced this week where i was laying in bed. I have been trying since the holidays to really you know. Can my eating back on track. Stop with all the sugar stop with. All the junk food. And i was laying in bed watching tv and i opened my bedside table drawer to get something out and i found a leftover stocking full of skills like a little toy sized starting summer full of skills. And what did i do. I ate all of the skittles why not to define myself. Who had set the rule of like. We're not gonna do this any more after the holidays but because skills are delicious and they're really fun to eat in bed and that's really what. Your kids are doing. Two screens are fun to watch in bed. I've really tried to cut down my habit of reading twitter in bed. It's not going great because it's an enjoyable thing to do so. I think it's fine to remember that this isn't really about you. It's about a kid who wants to eat an apple while they're lying in the room reading a book and that's not a terrible instinct but we've just gotta help reinforce the rule because it's also not okay so i'm not saying like well. Everyone wants to do it so let them do it. No it's not allowed and so have a conversation about the behavior when it happens. I found the sampling room. Yes do you know that. Apple's are not allowed upstairs. Yes okay go take it downstairs go clean out. Whatever it is that the gross at has been touching. That is your responsibility. And here's what i want you to do. If you want an apple going forward talk to me about it. I will find you a comfy couch. A seat outside. I will find you somewhere comfortable to eat that apple. But apple's are not allowed in your room and so we are going to try to address the behavior. You want to eat whatever. It is any kind of snacks. even if it's candy bar. Hey if you wanna have candy bar. Let's figure out where we can fit that in your nutritional schedule for the day so you don't have to sneak off with it and it's finally kitty. Bars does not to eat six. Ers upstairs in your room and let's figure out how we can work those into your day so you've had it and then here's the consequence for it upstairs into your room and that is let's say you don't get screened tomorrow. Whatever it might be and for one of my kids who it was still happening with we moved to you know bigger consequences and it did stop and buy bigger consequence. I just mean all day no screens and then it will get better and it will probably get a little worse. We have certain kids. I think who are a little bit more prone. I was this kid to sneaky nece and and well the rule says this. Let me try that instead. And that's not the end of the world and so it will probably be you know the same kid is going to sneak more and more and more but i think you just stay really consistent with your calm reaction so it doesn't get the reaction of like because in your kid is going to go. Oh hey this is kind of fun to get mom to go crazy. And be like whoa. It's just a candy bar. I don't know why it's the end of the world and so calm reaction address the behavior. Hey if you're hungry let's do this. Hey if you're on screens upstairs in your room. Let's make sure. I'll give you an extra half an hour screen time but then the screens absolutely stayed downstairs so like the behavior fix the behavior and then moved to consequences.

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Biden Faults Trump for Slow Vaccine Rollout, Pledges Faster Pace

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

06:46 min | 2 months ago

Biden Faults Trump for Slow Vaccine Rollout, Pledges Faster Pace

"Just a few weeks ago. The trump administration said it would be able to vaccinate twenty million people by the end of the year so far two point one million people have been vaccinated. Just ten percent of what was projected. Ten percent of what people were told they could reasonably expect now to be fair. There is likely some lag time between when a shot goes into the arm. And when the cdc is able to report it so that we can tell you about it but eighteen million people worth of lag. Time is unlikely. The trump administration's operation warp speed released a statement today to explain the slow vaccine. Rollout it they promised to distribute twenty million first doses by next week then explained quote. These doses are being distributed at states direction to the american people as quickly as are available and releasable and the rapid availability and distribution of so many doses with twenty million first doses allocated for distribution. Just eighteen days after the first vaccine was granted emergency. Utah's use authorization is a testament to the success of operation warp speed and quote president-elect biden had this to say today about the quote unquote success of trump's operation warp speed trump administration's plan is to be vaccines as falling behind far behind. We're grateful to the companies. The doctors scientists researchers the clinical trial participants an operation warp speed for developing the vaccines quickly. But as i long feared and warrant the effort to distribute it administer. The vaccine is not progressing as it should the pace of vaccine the vaccination program is moving now as if you continue to exist now it's going to take years not months to vaccinate the american people. I've laid out three challenges at our first hundred days. One of them is ensuring that one hundred million shots have been administered by the end of the first hundred days. Congress provides the funding. We'd be able to meet this. Incredible goal would take ramping up five to six times. The current pace to one million shots. Today this'll take more time than anyone would like. And more time than the promises from the trump administration have suggested joining us. Now is dr rick. Bright he's a member president-elect biden's corona virus advisory board and a former top vaccine expert at the department of health and human services bright. Good to see you. Thank you for being here. Good st ali. Thank you for having me. Let me first ask you about this new strain that we found in colorado this if this twenty year old man who's got it didn't travel anywhere. I guess we can assume and people like you know enough to assume that it's probably already here in the of people like me. You don't really understand you know very well vaccines and viruses. The idea that this is more contagious and infectious doesn't seem as bad as if it were more deadly but folks who understand the say that it actually is. It's worse that it's more contagious. More infectious Because of the exponential nature of how viruses spread in our society. While you hit a lot of great orients. I mean first of all we expect viruses to change. We expect viruses mutate especially once they start Circulating more broadly among different people in such. So it's not a surprise as we find different variants of the buyers the sars virus appearing. Of course we want to monitor those very closely. We don't wanna cause alarm. We wanna take it seriously. And when we find that the virus has changed in properties like this is more contagious Also checked more carefully to know if it does cause more severe disease and if it does do anything to evade the vaccine or the therapeutics. Most of those data are still not available. Scientists are working really hard to get that information but we do have a pretty good indication that it is spreading more easily meaning. More people can get infected with his virus neces- concern however. That's a concern. We can manage. Because we know that wearing masks and social distancing and keep an art group size small etc. Washing your hands will still do everything to reduce the spread of the virus. Stay vigilant and i think we'll give the scientists time to learn more about the virus and epidemiologists infectious disease. Experts have been saying that to us since day one since february and march of last year. That that's that's still the best way. The good news is that we have no evidence that this new mutation of the virus won't react or won't be protected against by the vaccines in other words. The vaccines may still work. But now we've got the issue about a much slower rollout than we expected. What do you make of it well. It's very disappointing. Actually i mean a parole of the great work the scientists have done to make the vaccines in record time band to start producing the vaccines that the companies have really prioritize in the scientists in government had gotten a lot of work and now we see those vaccine doses sitting in freezers sitting in warehouses instead of being distributed in administered to people. You know vaccines in a freezer. We've said numerous times. Don't do anything to help. A person prevent infection. You have to administer those vaccines. We know it's difficult. We know a lot of war. Trump administration made big promises. I think they may have over. Sold their capabilities underestimated the complexity complexity. The challenge now those vaccine sitting in the need to get him out of the. So here's the thing called. Joe biden saying he wants one hundred million people in in the first one hundred days. That's a million a day. That's five to six times where we are right. Now what's going to change the las gonna change first of all we're going to get a handle on how those vaccine to being produced. We're gonna use whatever authorities possible president-elect biden will use whatever authorities are possible and available to him to ramp up production of those vaccines. We have more vaccine available. The biden campaign is also the biden administration to work more closely with the state's in partnerships is not going to be a hand off in good luck. It will be a partnership is present biden said. Today we're all in this together so we're not gonna lately the states alone and had them figure it out on their own. We're going to walk. This grew all the way to the end with educational programs in all communities and make sure the vaccine is getting to those hard to reach communities in people who are black and let lat next end at native americans who are really hit hardest from this virus. We wanna make sure that vaccines are reaching them. So the biden administration is going to move heaven and earth to get the vaccine to the people as quickly as possible.

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Interview With Sarah Wilson

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:10 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Sarah Wilson

"Sarah welcome back to the podcast. How you doing all things considered that she passed in twenty. I'm pretty good of managed to kind of mold. My mindset intra-group place. Good and what's been key for you doing that. Well it's an attitude modal shift. It's about coming quite close. Grind new everything because we kind of has to from a physicality pointed year but also say i don't accepting the world's assets and during what al various antithesis of done during tough times and bunk down and refocus attention on allah chains which what are united out to be more important things like loved ones and shot and just noticing. Things are being probably more discerning. Yeah thank descendants and deliberateness probably cheap things. Nothing on. I haven't thought about this until you just asked me out but that certainly not being doing out cut and the the wonderful thing is is it's actually being the shift a wanted to do anyway and nothing forced into which funneled into it and i wonder how many other people going through this are going through similar thing where you know. It was time to maybe make some adjustments in reprioritize. And now this is. This is forcing things. Stop for people. I call kinda the great reveal and it's of covid uncover a redundancies pop from anything else. Try that just no longer service. And we've had to kind of look at them. I mean i don't know is it's a sign over there in the northern hemisphere shorties replay magnified somewhat than. What are these down here in australia. But during the whole kind of shutdowns will be head. He people have these big shiny. Black full will drive sitting in their driveways doing nothing. Solis things that i'd put money and to suddenly didn't really count. We had to racist bunch of things. It's good from that point. And i think a lot of people have been surprised that i and very climate activists and and people who are in the values community has been trying to spread many many years old. Got illustrated gossip dumped on all of this in all at once. And even even the inequalities that i think became manifest during this period. They needed to be outed. I mean that was a gift in itself. You know seeing how i'm stanley paid nece and from one work is often with bankers and stockbrokers who all of a sudden didn't serve a purpose but also singing in the racial inequalities. I'm not that surprised that the black lives matters. Issue surfaced is such a broad way during olive. Fits those scab taken. And we're having to deal with the. Wade's and that's a great thing. And i think a big part of this in something you talked about in. The new book is dealing with uncertainty. There's so much uncertainty even in the middle of this pandemic were. We're not through this yet. We're still in the middle and figuring things out so there's a lot of uncertainty and that's that's inherent life general. But i think this. This is zoomed in and focusing people in on that and making people figure out a way to deal with that in a healthy way. Yeah i mean. I think what it done system once again as a reveal it as the reveal. It's revealed how ill-equipped we are to deal with uncertainty as united. Just you know talk about this in quite a bit of detail. Part of the book is set it up so that i try to articulate what the issues are why we are where we are so i will nearly capitalism out consumption addiction and then the lonely and fragmentation but one of the things i talk about is how we have become a society. Couldn't ourselves from a whole bunch of discomfit right including uncertainty. So i use the example of how we order a pizza seraing on an at. We don't make enough to sit down. Go wonder how long what hates is going to take because the app tells stride. There's no delayed. Gratification is nice spended knowingness we have cocooned ourselves from all the discomforts acceptable real life. Because real loss when it hits us is uncertain. You get what you want. There's a whole on knowingness this itchiness. Louis says is frustrations disappointment. Manage to kinda seductively convince ourselves. We don't have to deal with those things apps and coal centers and we complain about everything the whole karen's nominee on that kind of thing. Where where this is all happening. But of course when a real disaster hit over real uncertainty strike says with got nine muscle with mental grit and resilience. That's what i identifies pot of the core and zaid the global anxiety that west kneeling at the moment comes from that we are ill-equipped and so my book tries to in the course of a couple of hundred pages make up the lost ground and really rally people to get onto re appreciate abuse of getting resilient to this stuff

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JRPG Report Episode 144 - The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Black First Details - burst 02

The JRPG Report

42:58 min | 2 months ago

JRPG Report Episode 144 - The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Black First Details - burst 02

"Hello friends welcome back to the show. This is the g. rpg. Report episode one hundred and forty five little bit weird this week and we knew it was going to be with christmas eve falling on our normal release date and of course christmas the next day and there must situation My little girl's birthday being the day after christmas so yeah we get a bang bang. Bang three a craziness there. Obviously just mitt that there was really no time to reporter Record a podcast. Even before christmas was just too hectic so We're recording this on saturday. The twenty seventh just a couple days left in twenty twenty. Goodbye rents But we've got a lot of cool things to talk about today. I kinda wanna wrap up all the stuff that we've missed as it's been nine days since our last pockets. No i'm sorry that's not even right. That is fuzzy. Math is been eleven days since our last podcast. So we've got a few things to go over That have popped off. Since then. And i wanna kinda look look forward to sometime this week. Mean jordan are going to get together and kind of talk about What games we really loud from. Twenty twenty maybe even discussed some Game of the year options and then look forward to twenty twenty one as Right off the bat. We got a bunch of games coming out in the beginning of the first the new year. We got to tell you rods two. You've got bravely default to you've got he's nine And the newly Confirmed for some of five strikers. Just a name The the big big ones I'm sure there'll be others. That will be unfortunately lost in the in the way. So we're going to record that sometime this week and In lieu of any news breaking. I may just make that part of the normal podcast unsure on that. But let's get into it. I hope you guys had a wonderful christmas holiday I didn't have any games that i particularly wanted that. We're already out. So i just kind of asked Asked the parents for Email confirmation that beginning Today risa to when it comes out on january twenty six that was cool and i did end up much too. Many of your delight. Hopefully i'm finally going to take a dive into these series. I picked up. Yee's eight for only twenty dollars on the ps story. I could not refuse as the physical version just refuses to ever go down in price so i figured this was by far the best opportunity. Get in on. What many consider to be a very very good. Jr pg and at some point. I'll be playing. It don't really know when that's going to be but that's enough rambling We did have fell. Calm day Twenty twenty winter addition and we got a few tidbits of information about the new legend of heroes. Toddle kiro no koseki if you notice the thumbnail for this Podcast are the two newest main characters is a third as well but these They dig use some high-rise resolution images of the to unsure why the third one was kind of like ashaari pow We'll get you later but still no names for these two characters but we do have a bit of information stuff. You see that image. There's a couple other on our facebook and twitter feed of those two characters while they are. I say have that trails feel to them. I do kind of agree with what president condo said last time that at mediate Glance they don't appear to be trails characters. And i believe that lies in the fact that they are from calvert So they're going to look a little bit different and we'll talk about that in just a little bit. These illustrations were drawn by katsumi. Nama and the other characters are from alcom. Like i said the character's names were not announced to this game is coming out sometime in twenty twenty one in japan so those were the images. There were some other ones as well. If you'd like to see all those. I did put up a slide show video on our youtube channel. So you can check those out if you don't feel like clicking through pictures of via the website here is what we do know and i will just read this to you as this is the about for the new age of heroes karoo new koseki beyond the blue sky ahead of flashing light a land. A dawning resides cuba. There's no spoilers going on in here. This is all preliminary stuff in the news story arc. So we don't have to worry about that type of stuff the ladder this latter half of the trails. There is about to begin. The setting moved to the calvert republic in two thousand and twenty one foul calm release. Legend heroes kernigan the latest entering the trail serious as its fortieth anniversary rumors of work. The calvert nation is a multi ethnic nation experiencing unprecedented economic growth. Brought about by post war reparations. In a corner of the capital of a huge nation were immigration issues bringing about political instability. Okay well maybe. There are some spoilers in here okay. let's just get to the best. I'm sorry i read that. And i didn't think about it until just now okay. The command style action time bow system. You didn't previous trails. Titles has been revamped and that's going to set up an from a couple people. Let's just see what they said. Seamlessly transitioned from action oriented field battles to turn based commands battle to turn based command battle systems while making use of the unique elements the sixth generation combat or meant would try to pronounce his last time. I'm not sure how it is x. I f. r. x. i. p. h. a. z. Feel in a ballots to evolve from the previous trails titles. Okay so what does that mean. I don't. I don't know i really don't know how to had say seamlessly transition from action oriented field battles to turn based command battle systems I i mean obviously there's a bit of an extra element when you strike the enemies on the field in order to go into the turn based battle i. I need to see this in action to really know what they're even beginning to talk about would just have to wait and see You will feature many elements you laws. It's setting including a topics system which enabled together until such topics by communicating with. Mpc's out towns tra- gate situations in your favor when you act as a spray gun and that is the The character it's basically a detective. But they're calling them spring and alignment flame system. In which characters three alignments great and chaotic fluctuate depending on your own style influencing various status allies and adversaries and even scenario developments please look forward to allege heroes lowest entrance toasters depicted enrich expression by thumbs new original ingen. So that's that's pretty cool Here's what how they set up the situation and I get. I don't wanna get too much into this. The to emit the two people that you see in the image the one is the one call the speaker those are they say sometimes detective somedays negotiators and other days as bounty hunters. They're up for any job from any client. That's pretty cool And then the other one is Say to be a school girl wearing uniform. Prestigious school visits a rundown building located in old town in cowards capital. So that's the setting that's beginning of it. You can check out those images. Like i said there's a third character in the images as well with the two swords on his back and some long hair but we don't have any details. There is a battle scene that shows what looks like to be a craft or an art powering up but that from that snippet it does look to be turn based. So don't i'm so confused as to what to make. But i'm certainly excited about this one. But the lack of details and the promise of something new is leading to some question marks popping up. And i don't necessarily love that idea but it is what it is and until we learn a little bit more. It's just going to be speculation Unfortunately though that wasn't the only bit of information. And i'm sure we'll have a bunch more but Foul calm day twenty twenty winter. Also let us know about and this is not really affecting us as much. But they did. Say that a hatch marco koseki which is the one before this one and after cold steel four Clouded leopard entertainment will release a switch. Pc esteemed version of the game Sometime in summer. Twenty twenty one in japan in asia. I'm nearly positive. That's the same company that handled The transition for coastal three and four to the top of my head. So i came out for. Ps four in japan on august twenty seventh. So you know nearly a year later. They're talking summer to get that Switch pc version now. It handles the asian side of this and i s america handles the translation available. At least they have for the past two games In the cold still series in the west still no confirmation that that translation is ongoing. That have to assume that it is unless it's being handled by other parties I mean exceed did do the first two trills of cold steel games but at imagine that they are going to do this hedge amari as well and as soon as i hear something about that it will happen. It's certainly a good thing that this is happening and It could lead to a speedier at least for these games in the west. But like i said still no information on unfortunately. The last thing that they talked about was not briefly. Mentioned this last time the natto. noca- seki game. That is coming out in japan for For playstation four. This was the old Two thousand twelve least. Psp action rpg though some new details and images kinda showing the ps p version versus the Ps four version of it They're sent opposites gonna run at sixty frames per second on. Ps four with more vibrant graphics. Not being obviously these are things that you'd want to have updated from an old old system user interface options One thing that i thought was very interesting. And i'm not to say what they say. This game is not connected to the trails game. However the main character's name is now utah herschel now you trails players especially cold. Steel will know towa. Her last name is hershal So what they're they say there's no connection but then there's a connection is the protagonist and a boy from that island who attends and academy in saint elise. Those aren't you know aren't names that i recognized the from the trails series so it is very very interesting and i would be would like to know what that connection is at kind of read through it. You can read through the tales. Like i said before i am lower on the percentage scale To say of this game was actually going to make it over here or not. I if i if you say your day is gonna come today out outs. Action say no but would just have to wait and see. The original game did not look super impressive. So this isn't a game that i'm all that excited about to begin with but we'll have to. We'll just have to wait and see if that indeed happens for a lot of switch owners the next. Gop g they will more than likely be picking up is going to be bravely default to gain closer and closer to that february twenty. Sixth rolled wide release date friend square annex released new trailer for it albeit in japanese and have still not seen an english version of this yet so it talks all well. Supposedly it talks about wiz walt. The country established by those mejia's. They did it themselves to studies. The magic research institute But the the real kicker with this one and you can see it. Is this places overgrown. It looks like it was built kind of in the middle of it are on top of a giant tree. And there's just this tree just going right up through entire town is really cool again Trailer is how long was trailer of about three and a half minutes. Like i said in japanese so you can't really tell what's going on but it is kind of cool to see some of the visuals in action Four it but if you're elected shake those game out for yourself you can check out the demo for it It is now live on the east shop and One who feels the demo before its release will even pick up one hundred mine. Intendo platinum points here is the Short official description of the demo experienced the games at risk and reward system character strategy and stunning visuals in the latest braley default to final demo in this demo. The games four men characters are already other journey with jobson abilities at their disposal. I downloaded this. The other night. as if getting the switch away from my kid was hard enough with minecraft previously The kid did pretty good for Christmas and her birthday. And i now had to contend with her own copy of animal crossing so she and my wife can play two switches and who copies of animal crossing so they can will each other's islands. I know she also got the Spyro trilogy which. I really enjoyed those games growing up. So i can't wait to play those with her and relive those moments and she picked up mario maker to so. I'm not seeing that switch for a while. Maybe once she goes to sleep. If i don't have anything to play eck fired that demo. I would like to see how it is shaping up as will If you've got some free time and you're looking for d'you monster hunter rise. There are to say ten videos in total. Let's do a little no here. One two three four seven eight nine ten eleven twelve. There's twelve total. So i check. They were they were released in two packs. I take them all and made them into six long. Because it only about a minute minute long. So if you're one to check out some of the different weapons they go into monster hunter rise. You can do that going from Things like the switch axe gun lance hammer sorted shield heavy light bogue gun. Land is long swords and even the hunting horn. You check all those out over on our youtube channel. J rpg report dot com. You can also see a new second official trailer for the action. Rpg magnum lord Still no western released on this one yet. It is coming out in japan on march. The eighteenth for playstation four and switch said. This is the second trailer for the game. It looks pretty cool. I do hope that they bring this one. Over is from publisher. D three Developer felicia quite heard of them before. But still no word on it. I really hope they bring this over because it does pretty fun but yeah nothing Nothing quite yet. i'll go over some of these ones. That are just videos. There's a fifteen minutes of new footage from christ tales. This is previewing the present and future game play of it Remember this game got pushed back to early. Twenty twenty one. That's just the winner that don't into it's been Hit with a couple delays here lately. Not sure how much. Everything's pandemic related at this point but how much they just wanna fine tune things in. How much is really needed to make this work. Obviously you're doing with a system of past present and future while stuff can go wrong and working Just the way that you would like it to work New genesis the fantasy star online. To almost say reboot but definitely the new version of there is the opening movie for it and you should probably check this out. If we're looking at over fifty minutes of new footage as well mostly the character creation for its but this opening movie You know typically when you see these opening movies. They're using a pre rendered scenes. This was actually created using parts of the in game graphics. Engine which looks amazing Definitely if you're looking forward to this you should check it out sometime in twenty twenty. One is the release date Four it but again. This is one of those. Well not one of those but this is the faa gain. That i'm kind of just don't understand why it's not on playstation four. In the west it is in japan. But you've got to either play on xbox or on pc here in the west doesn't make a ton of sense but there's just things like that in this world that we gotta kinda get used to them. I guess we got three bits of sky news this week. i is. You can check out the fourth official trailer for six defiance of destiny I believe there's an english. There's an english version for this out. Now you can check it out. There was originally came out. There was just a japanese version but the english version shows off of really cool voices that they've got for the game. They got some good voice. Talent in this one in Very fitting for the series especially the little reincarnated pug services is awesome It's about seven or review of the game If you are curious about what's going on in this one changes that they've made this series. You will definitely want to check it out. Of course it doesn't come out in the west until summer. Twenty twenty one. Japan is going to get it in right about a month on january. The twenty eighth The other day actually. This was on christmas eve that this news broke New punchy released some new information screenshots for the game featuring and i hope i get these names right la haro aetna and flown Those were the original characters from the original the sky and they are saying that Basically once you beat the game you can Play a scenario with these original characters in it so kind of a you know. They're not in the main game this something post post content but the fact that they're in their would open the door to other characters popping up from other games as well. So that's a cool thing The world inside of an item. I m worlds have mended. Detailed in this article on worlds are divided into several fours slash layers and the items level increases with every four. That you clear says weapons become stronger as they level up. You can clear there either. Worlds to power them up once. An item is leveled up. You can get the same item at the same level from then on pretty cool feature of the sky series all these images i took input into a slide show. You can check that out on our youtube channel so you can dispatch companions into item worlds to research them. There's a new team attack system with up to ten characters in it. That's a pretty cool feature. New enemies were detailed There's a new horsemen. That's pretty crazy. So here's the Previous protagonist Oh here we go says not only will hear from. Our doctors appear the protagonist in heroines of the sky. Two three four and five will also appear in three d. The protagonist and heroines wilburs as downloadable content sometime after the launch of disguise six. So there's a from the sky to or i don't know in timika these pronunciations. I'm at risk of offending people. I understand how they're supposed to be pronounced So yeah they're gonna add them in there as as post content deal see. That's the type of thing. Like i would think you'd be okay with paying for because that's obviously not a part of disguise six. They are previous games characters in new content. So take how you feel about. Dlc that is that's one thing i think is is no k To do speaking of all those previous disguised characters they are all assembled in the rpg. Mobile game And we got news from bolt chain games that they will release worldwide the mobile version the sky arc in spring. Twenty twenty one Unless you're in these countries in the no fast if you are but we are a western primarily focused podcasts. So you're not going to get in china taiwan hong kong macau singapore malaysia or korea Sorry don't i don't know why maybe that is. Just it's gonna come out later. Maybe there's some rules preventing that From happening if we're interested in getting it on a closed beta for the game. They will have one for canada. Brazil australia and the philippines sometime in january so really happy to see this thing go worldwide. There was a global announced trailer for it This came back It came back in march of twenty nineteen in japan. Had a whole bunch of issues with it and It was de definitely the this game was deadly responsible for some financial hardships for nippon ichi. And they finally got up. Right obviously gotta writes the point. Now they're really to bring this thing out worldwide As far as the gotcha game or not. I don't know if i recall. I think it was paid game. But i should probably ended up before speaking about it. But i'm sure there's elements in there but hopefully this is a Not another one of those kind of like. We've we've like. We've got enough of those already know ankara today. So in place of it you get one last plea for listener support We've had a few people signed up for but really not a whole lot of response so I kind of said you guys. I would do this to the year. See what we got and move forward I would love to have listener support. Not have the need for ads but it is just a reality of life and we may just see what that happens. If i get a bunch outpouring of support here after listening to this. I may reconsider. But at this point at least in the a few few adds to offset the cost of Of the time spent during the podcast hope to understand and hope you are okay with that excited much. Rather have just you guys Do that and not have to worry about. It would wait and see so you. Click on the link right below this episode. Either through anchor. John daly greatly. Appreciate it. And i don't have the read ads. You don't have to listen to him. That just seems like it'd be the the best thing for both of them If you're looking forward to to see how to say these things seal thurs. Dx and the They were supposed to come on japan on february twenty eighth. they have been delayed until march fourth. Twenty twenty one in japan. So if and when a western. What's going to happen for that. it's now going to be About five weeks later. I would to guess based on This delay these games Were from chloe tecmo and gusts so yeah just a little bit of Delay they save for further quality improvements. The games will be available for. Ps four switch and pcv steam win. They are released whenever that is sort. Online alsatian lakers got version one point to update it is now available and it adds a simone's ancient apostles story of course over various user interface online system battle improvements bugs fixed in addition to those two that new ancient apostles. The reaper of the woods. These are the first in a series of free additional stories. So yeah if you've been playing this game and you want some new content. You can get that for free. Always happy when they decide to do that. Company manhattan people interesting name for a game. Company will release an ios android version of us six. The arc of nepotism in twenty twenty one. The company announced again. Sorry if i got that name or wrong the us titles loves to make imprint answerable words all the time Remember not long ago. We got word. There's gonna be a mobile version of us eight This may just be the next in the line that are going to have a mobile versions for For all the used titles are no further information at this point or was announced. Just this is going to be happening. Of course this is in Is in japan so kind a like. he's eight version. No word if that's gonna be coming to the west and to be quite fair no no word if it's In the west either speaking of Ios android versions of games the alliance hd the alliance alive hd remastered will becoming too often android an early winter. Twenty twenty one in japan. You can already get this game for. Ps four switch or pc much better version of it perhaps it's a little bit cheaper On the mobile platform but still no word of a western release for that mobile platform. So if you want to get this game and you've got one of those consoles or pc. I would say it's that's going to be your Best version of it. One last mobile thing to announce and i will hush about it. Because i know you guys love it so much command action. rpg near reincarnation will launch for and android on february eighteenth. Twenty twenty one in japan. Post your square. Inex- developer apple bought announced. There will be a near on amata in game. Collaboration featuring characters to be nine s and a two day and date with the games launch course that is in japan only No information listed here about the worst and inversion. I'm pretty sure this one's coming to the west but Don't know exactly when that's going to happen. Speaker of near autumn mata total worldwide shipments in digital sales have exceeded five million according to square inex-. That's an awesome awesome plateaued to have reached and kudos to them for that. I believe that is one of many reasons why we are getting the new near game coming out or re rematch. Whatever you wanna call it of that new one coming at a replicant here soon. That's another game to start saving. Your opinion is four and hopefully build a buy. All these games coming out here in the near future. I've got one last. You talk about with you guys again. probably wouldn't talk with jordan about our game of the years for twenty twenty four to twenty twenty one. The next podcast. I am still trying to get through. Colts deal for Often not had time to play here lately. I think just hit or maybe just shy of one hundred hour mark. So i've still got a good thirty to forty hours to go hopefully make it in time to Play roz a two day one but we have to wait and see that game just keeps on keeps on going but Going to be is going to be tough. I'm really going to have to search my feelings. That i think is flowing anything to if it's going to be found pacers. Seven remastered or a remake rather or four. It's it's really tough there. There's my heart says one thing amonte says another and there's different things to have to consider overall ought to make that final decision here real soon on what that What was looking forward to our thoughts here are coming out this week on. Kyle duncan beckett. This just insane twenty twenty year but looking forward to twenty twenty one famitsu has gone and interviewed a bunch of creator interviews and one hundred and ten of them to be precise al shift to here and try to find the big ones but right off the bat. The biggest one to me is from atlas and so They've got three different people. The first one is Crater takata and his keyword was think outside. The box is what's new is says so about sonoma say five. We are working hard on development to make it an even better product. You'll be waiting a little while longer. Please look forward to it. from trader wada his keywords carrying out my original intentions. What's new is my project has been steadily in the works. Thanks to everyone. The persona series will celebrate its twenty fifth anniversary. We have exciting plans in the works. So plead look forward to it. Love those things and hopefully something comes of it. Here is the Big one that we've not heard about in a wall and this is from a shimano is keyword. Silence his ambition for twenty one with last year's nobody Causing swift changed the world. All we can do now is can you. To focus on our work. Our title and development is going to an important face and we want to face it in an head on in order to deliver interesting gameplay to the world. What's new here we go. I'd like to announce the title will develop we're developing as soon as possible we previously created contemporary dramas but plea look forward to the quote fantasy. Rpg in quote. We're taking on next there. It is guys we heard about this. Rpg from alice many years ago and then come plead and silence for years. It's still a thing. I didn't think it was. I honestly thought it was one of those projects that kind of just died on the vine right like sound like a good idea. But we've still got persona. We're still got shimagami ten. Say what do we need another. I p for well they still have it. And maybe we're finally going to get a look at it. Obviously this is going to be next generation. Made that's what they were planning the whole time. And my hearing this. I personally think. Obviously as mt five comes i i think this game may be going next and then percent of six. Just my just my feeling on the matter. I may be wrong. But i wouldn't mind seen we've gotten you know we got persona. We got royal. We could maybe use something different in new. So i think that is an incredible Not really an announcement but certainly something that We've been waiting a long time to hear a thing about gung-ho online entertainment. they did the remakes for granted. They not or handle that one They say they're developing a new console title. They hoped to announce able to enough that. Some time This year so i think that's kind of cool. I'm trying to go through. Obviously this is all japanese craters. All genres of games So i am really looking forward to it or not. I'm sorry i was reading. There's going through here. See what is jr related and what is not You got a lot of them that are that are not so here is from a side games. too cocky. His keyword adamant his ambition is iot announce even if it's only a tease an original new title for console that had been developed with my colleagues in my new work environment and nothing but the highest confidence in it. What's new what did you think of the end of the year. Grambling fantasy link announcement the grand blue team. I think we've been able to showcase its solid and high quality single player gameplay appeal falling twenty nineteen multiplayer showing so please continue to the forward to it. thought that they they said they announced that really will launch twenty two so twenty be important that they focus on belmont here square inex- from who says keyword is bravely for the second year in a row. Who that's funny ambitions. I hope fought to success. And that i can prepare for the next one don. Oh and influences weather. It's third or three. I don't know that's fascinating again. I haven't read through all of these. Some kind of reacting as i'm reading the that's very cool. Obviously you would anticipate if this is successful that there would be a bravely the third or bravely default three that remains to be seen Qatar say the story will connect. He says what's new feature fanfest. Seven developments are in preparation. But please wait a little while longer for details. Saito says keyword is near. He says i'm working on here for a little longer. And then there's also babylon's fallen a completely new title. He says i'm pretty busy Fujimoto says changeless nece. That was a word dragon. Quest will announce celebrate its thirty fifth anniversary so hoped to be able to announce something. I can't imagine they don't announce funnel or drain quest twelve in. Its thirty fifth anniversary year. How could they not right. And that's all they're doing is announcing it put. You're putting a logo and anna. Once the end of it it's really you have to at least do that You shot us it. Nope in mind twenty. Twenty one will be the busiest year of my career. I'd like to make a year which i can deliver surprise and excitement to gamers and players will also paying attention to my health. He says please look forward to verse. Nelson sure both five fourteen and sixteen as well. So that's that's interesting Poor guy he's going to be It's going to be busy. So here's president condo from foul com. He's as keyword is turning point in two thousand twenty one foul to major milestone of its fortieth anniversary naturally. Would we should always aim for rejuvenation regardless of turning points occasions. Like this are important. So i'd like to use this opportunity to review our current development methods and systems. I wanted to increase the number of development lines and staff in the cabin. So we've already expanded and reformed we await the applications for those interested in development fell com much much needed president condo. You guys need you guys. Needed just expand like crazy. You really got to kind of get in step with some of the other companies. We love your work but you need to invest a little bit. And so. That's i'm happy to i'm happy to hear that To say the least let's see. Is there anything else to rpg related. I don't think so no. I didn't say anything there. I didn't see a hundred and ten people. So maybe there's a new one coming over. This one was This article came out just a few hours ago. So maybe will be some more reported on the next podcast. I would love to know what you guys are looking forward to most into twenty twenty one Obviously there's a few things there could be. We know we know. Graham fancy rethink is twenty twenty. Two nine percent sure tells arrives going to be tween twenty two. Don't even say sixteen is not coming out in twenty one okay. Neither is remake part two so those the big ones. I think we're going to kind of let go for a little while. But we've got some great games coming out we're gonna talk all about what is for sure coming out on that next podcast and look back at what's happened so far. Have you guys had an awesome christmas convert to a new year. We'll do a new year. Podcast i think thursdays okay. Things are a little bit different right now like next week the kids out of school but then going virtual the week after so as if live can get crazier become a teacher as well right. You guys are all feeling that strain The parents out there as well and his can't just get one bit of for for too long. That would be too easy so anyway. I will talk to you guys here next week. Hopefully it's on thursday but We'll just have to wait and see what works out. Best for all of us. Enjoy whatever jaffe effigies got for christmas or if you're still playing through a game you already had and i see us here very soon. My name is james fisher for the gop report. Thank you so much for this thing. Each and every week until next time get back out there and level up.

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Why 2021 will be an even bigger year for coronavirus

Coronacast

08:34 min | 2 months ago

Why 2021 will be an even bigger year for coronavirus

"But a lot of the people who are testing positive people who are already in quarantine in isolation we kind of feeling like it. It's not yet. But has new south wales more or less nile. The sydney outbreak have christmas and christmas under reasonably relaxed circumstances. You did have a massive gathering on eastern suburbs breach at bronte. Beach will only see the results of that in five to ten days time. But it's looking okay is still perplexes. Me that the premier of new south wales and the health minister are digging in refusing to mandate masks when that would give them an extra degree of security. I mean you had people the other day swarming. All over on boxing day swarming over the shops. There were some mask wearing but not as much as you'd hope and it would just be such a small thing to go to mandatory masks. You sort of need it to be a rule so that people follow it so that you get that mess coverage that you need for it to be effective. The other thing that i thought was interesting that they mentioned in the press conference yesterday was that some of the people who had testing positive had tested positive on ten or eleven of the isolation actually quite light in the isolation and that just goes to the varying incubation periods of this virus five days is average but it can go eight ten fourteen sometimes even longer than fourteen very. It's very small percentage of the golden fourteen. And then as we've said many times a corona cast your false negative rate right at the beginning of the infection is really quite high. Could it be could be anything up to eighty percent but then goes down to a low roundabout eight days and what you're seeing here is the false negative rate getting done pretty low as the infection proceeds in some people and it's just prudent to watch to see whether or not people are still negative as they come out of that chelation period. We've actually got a question from someone who is in quarantine or was at least when they wrote this letter to us. Lazy saying You norman and also the primary of new south. Wales urge people to celebrate christmas outside. But what about the quarantine is who have no fresh air for fourteen days and are relying on many hotel ventilation. Is it safe for them. Depends on the movie hotel. The ventilation has been a problem in some of them. And i think in some hotels they've try to fix up the ventilation so that is as it can be. But there's no guarantee in this the problem is if you're in quarantine and you're taking outside. That creates risk as they showed in victoria. So unfortunately you do have to remain confined to the room tough though that may be and question from phillip corinthian as well phillips making the comment that you say politicians talking about noncompliant behavior as being disappointing or surprising but He sort of going well. Why don't you just put them in jail. Where the regulations that there to make people comply with With regulations the problem here is coercion does not always work. They find that out in victoria. We mentioned this before wherever they please surrendered a supermarket. They arrested a woman. If you remember rightly And then they realize that you just alienate the community by too much coercion. You've got to bring the community along with you. That's what's happened in the northern beaches. It's not perfect. Didn't happen in suburbs of sydney over the christmas period. But you really just go to try and bring people with you and for really agree. Jesus offenders then you might have to find them or do something stronger. Yesterday they were talking about a woman who escaped quarantine in western australia and serious finds a waiting car but apart from the odd case. You just can't be seen to be too heavy-handed about this. You've got to bring the community with you. This many people in quarantine associational coming for testing like literally tens of thousands of people coming forward for testing. It seems a little unfair to focus on the very few people who aren't doing the right thing when so many people That's right and then. This is the problem of behavioral economics. If you like which is that if you think. The norm is misbehavior. Then you will change your behavior towards the norm. We we like to. Our behavior is typical of other people's with a few exceptions and therefore if all we're doing is broadcasting bad behavior actually the behavior of the community will drift towards bad behavior whereas if you focus on the positive and say the vast majority of people in new south wales during the right thing that becomes the norm and we do it. The same thing goes for just changing the subject from covid nineteen to say obesity. The more we say. Obesity is accused problem. Forty percent of people are obese or whatever. The number happens to be at that particular time people who are putting on weight thing. Oh well relatively normal. It's not a problem with being obese. Might not like it that much. But that's the way it's going whereas the actually say the majority strains are not obese and feeling gooden so on and so forth then you will tend to think. That's the norm and drift towards that so changing your behavior in that sort of form. And that's and that's how it works here to forcing you to hard doesn't work is the same the case with masks then like we were saying before that if you make the mandatory and people are wearing them then people just wear them well there is a there is a singing promoted by some people in healthcare. Which is there is a. There's something that you just do. It and mandatory mask wearing is adjusted. It's an easy thing to do You're not restricting people's behavior you're just asking them to wear a mask so it's not too onerous and therefore it's a reasonable thing to ask it's mandatory to others. We'll give him the is ls episode for at least a couple of weeks unless something big happens and we will be back if it does. Norman what sort of mindset show be should we be taking into two thousand twenty one. Well let's start with the so-called uk strain ovo people in britain. Are you jacking up with the uk strain. It's like people saying that. The krona viruses the china virus. So that feeling anxious about that anyway. There is a strain. I identified in south east of england which we saw yesterday in a preprinted that it looks as though the estimated increase in transmission ability. If you like is about fifty six percent not seventy percent for started. It doesn't look as though it's increasingly virulent in other words during more damage or even less damage to people and it. He's slowly taking over. In terms of the prevalent virus in that part of england and will probably start moving there and maybe even overseas once border. Start coming down. So there's not to panic about the comment in this. Pre print is the control of this virus. You've variant is the same as before it's lockdown. Actually it's a serious lock down the predict from their modeling that in the uk they won't control this variant with. Half-hearted lockdown measures is going to be the full thing including universities in schools. They predict unless britain does that. It's not going to be able to control this new variant given its increased contagious nece. Don't nothing i'd say. Twenty twenty one is what's for vaccines. The astra vaccine comes in and reports better effectiveness with new dozing van. We're in good shape and australia. And because we manufacturing it here but if they are stuck around sixty two percent. Australia has a major problem on its hands with a second rate vaccine and to acquire early doses of the vaccine from pfizer or moderna. So that we can be prepared particularly for clusters where if new clusters arise. We can immunize healthcare workers or even experiment with what we talked about before and chromecast ring vaccination but the astra vaccine is for australia's one to keep an eye on because if that doesn't pan out in the next few weeks to be in a highly effective vaccine. Australia's got a problem because we have a second rate vaccine on our hands. And the thing. I'll say for twenty twenty one. I'd love to leave you with a positive sense is that we've really got to begin for twenty twenty. One is going to be a long time before this comes under control and for most of two thousand twenty one. We are going to be at risk in australia from overseas. importation of virus from corona virus fatigue. Which i'm sure many people are feeling already. So we've just got to keep our vigilance. Keep our borders strict and hope that the vaccine gets in early and we can vaccinate as quickly as possible so that we get this under control and hope that those vaccines do prevent transmission. Those are the things to watch out for. And we're just gonna take a deep breath and digging for twenty twenty one absolutely but you've got to say that in terms of globally australia's going into twenty twenty one in a really good position competitive many other places in the world. It's really fantastic. And so as new zealand and conceive from south korea are fragile that can be sued. Just go to maintain our vigilance. Not rest on our laurels. But we've done well. Well

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NASA adds Blue Origin’s upcoming New Glenn rocket to its launch services catalog

WSJ What's News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

NASA adds Blue Origin’s upcoming New Glenn rocket to its launch services catalog

"Reusable rocket developed by amazon founder. Jeff bezos his space transportation company. Blue origin has been named by nasa potential launch provider for scientific missions later the steck aid and makes the company eligible for such nasa business for the first time and allows blue origin to use the new glenn rocket to compete for awards. Neces- said no specific contracts had been awarded to the company in a statement. Laurencin was proud to be a nasa's launch services catalog and look forward to providing reliable launch for years to come other rockets already cleared to compete for nasa scientific launches include ones from elon. Musk's spacex and boeing lockheed martin joint venture

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Automakers Race To Bring Electric Pickup Trucks To Market

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:39 min | 2 months ago

Automakers Race To Bring Electric Pickup Trucks To Market

"At the moment it is impossible to buy electric pickup. That's about to change though. Automakers from tesla and general motors ford driven and lordstown are all racing to bring them to market. npr's camilla domanski reports if you've been watching automakers promotional videos. You might know that. The hummer ev is a thousand horsepower. Pickup that can turn all four wheels to drive diagonally with no limits no emissions and no equals the electric f. One fifty can toe of freight train the train in a tug of war between a traditional trucking. Tesla's cyber truck or lordstown endurance. The electric pickup wins all these stunts designed to make the case. That in electric pickup truck is a better pickup truck and the potential market here is big the best selling vehicle in the. Us is a pickup. The second best selling vehicle is a pickup. The third also pick pickup. This market is so big and so profitable that even a small portion of it could mean big money. A third of all pickup truck owners are open to the idea of electrification. Alexander edwards is the president of strategic vision. A company that regularly surveys new car buyers. He emphasizes that these aren't definite electric customers but they might be persuadable and crucially. This is a different pool of people thin current vehicle owners. They're not as wealthy. They're less liberal and less interested in the environment or in high tech innovation but they can be swayed by other arguments. They were looking at this electrification of their vehicle to enhance the overall truck. Nece it's that truck nece that automakers are emphasizing and all. Those stunts consider a truck. That's trying to tow a heavy load to get all that weight. Moving requires a lot of low end. Torque a lot of rotational force. Some engines are better at this than other. Engines and electric motors are actually really good at it. They have an advantage over gas or even diesel edwards says that performance edge could persuade some shoppers. Who aren't moved by appeals to save the environment these guys are looking for rugged powerful capable vehicles. The world's governments are pushing toward electric vehicles as part of the fight against climate change. Then many automakers are now convinced. Electric vehicles are the future appealing. Electric pickup trucks could help get the general public on board. Of course some people don't need persuading there are drivers who definitely want an electric pickup. Even before they've had the chance to take one for a spin. Madison grosses the director of consumer insights at cargurus which recently surveyed truck owners. It's really gen. Z and millennials who are driving increased interest in pickups but especially for these younger drivers. Being interested in a vehicle is not the same as being able to afford it. New trucks are already expensive. New full-sized pickups are averaging nearly fifty five thousand dollars and while electric vehicles cost less to operate they are more expensive upfront for the foreseeable future. Anyway they seem kind of unobtainable. Pat turner of baltimore is thirty. He drives a nissan frontier. And he is pretty stoked about the prospect of electric pickups but prices are just insane. Gm came with hammered over one. Hundred thousand dollars at dusk. Affordability has been a big concern for pickup drivers for a while. Turner says he'll keep an eye on electric pickups but probably won't buy one until the prices dropped substantially

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Remembering Our Belonging

Tara Brach

05:49 min | 2 months ago

Remembering Our Belonging

"And welcome. Some really glad to be with you. Were exploring tonight part two. It's a continued reflection on belonging and the pathways to belonging and as you know as social beings belonging the urge for belongings in our dna and the research. The growing research on our need to belong is. It's very very striking for us. Human jr that how much the sense of connection having active relationships impacts our health our happiness or longevity and it's true for poor for wealthy across all populations our relationship and feelings of connection matter and as we know of course there's all sorts of unhealthy versions of connecting heard. One story of these three novices in i see side monastery and they got caught in a kind of minnie's nami and got stranded on an island They'd been voting got stranded on an island hundreds of miles away and so after keeping themselves alive for several weeks they found a cave and it had zafy. who's in it sitting cushions. You never know on on these desert islands and they sat down in the spirit of the cave began communicating in an echoing voice. Saying you know you found your way to the funk spot on the island and you properly assumed often i will grant you three wishes as the first i one of the novices will my wishes to return to the monastery and vish he disappeared. He was gone in the second set. I two i also on return to the monastery. I you know wanna learn at the feet of my beloved abbott shusha. He was gone to and the third side. You know these friends have been my song my community. I miss them and i want them back rush. So as you know when we don't have a secure sense of belonging we develop either. It's unhealthy attachments. Were kind of like codependence. And the and the like are we move more. Towards avoidance were. There's aversive nece towards others and we either push away or we withdraw ourselves yet if we step back and we really look in the deepest way even when we've had bad formative attachments even when there's a sense that are belonging has been severed through harm from our caregivers and trauma and the way the society treats us three reality is. We can never be removed from this web of a living dynamic energy that we belong to the reality is our living forms are inextricably embedded in this natural world. I read a an interesting article in the new york times This is research. That's been done in deep forests and how there are fungal threads that are connecting all the trees and all the even trees of different species throughout the forest and they're responsible for communication between the trees and the flow of nutrients often from the older trees to the younger trees. We are made of an embedded in this living world. You know our deepest nature is that basic aliveness an awareness and love that really gives rise to this world so we're reflecting on belonging and the gift when we intuit and trust star. Nate is a very profound sense of peace when we belong when there's that sense of one nisar connection. There's nothing out there that threatens us. Everything's part of our hearts and for me. The best words that describe belonging are feeling totally at home. You know at home for me with my life in the world. there's a sense of being part of the living world part of a presence. It's larger than our small self and also one with that larger presence so we're holding the world in our heart now. Some of you may be listening right now and what i'm saying sounds abstract. You know just otherworldly and yet most of you have had tastes of true belonging. It might not have had conscious tastes because we we tend to kind of skim over those moments and re fixate on fears really quickly yet. We couldn't long to belong unless we had some taste of it. So you might sense when you've had tastes for many of us. It's when our minds stoop quiet down. It doesn't happen often but it can happen. Perhaps there's a sense of belonging when there's that absurd. Your wave for of loving for a deer one could be outside that wonder at the stars or gratitude. When someone's kind you know maybe a feeling of care compassion. When there's someone who's hurting

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Facebook struggled to combat lies and misinformation all year

The 3:59

05:04 min | 2 months ago

Facebook struggled to combat lies and misinformation all year

"You took a look at facebook and twenty twenty and the many controversies had to deal with a lot of which work because of facebook but they still have to deal with it overall. How would you rate how. Facebook handled things this year. So i've always seen social media as a mirror to the real world and human behavior so it's not surprising that facebook had a challenging year because twenty twenty was very unprecedented year with the election on justice protests the coronavirus pandemic. And at this moment. It's difficult to give facebook a specific rating because even though the company gets points for doing new things like labeling and launching these online hubs with authoritative information. And there's still a lot of questions about how effective These efforts were. There was obviously a lot of misinformation that slipped through the cracks. So i wouldn't give them like an a plus for sure or maybe even a b. or c. but the get a better grade than two thousand sixteen. So you're not give abeer is i mean. They're they're right around the d. level like maybe a c. minus. I mean are d- it's it's just hard because there's a lot of information we don't now in in my up their grade if we didn't know more about how effective these measures were ryan. It's all relative if we're using the same scale. How would you grade them back in. Two thousand sixteen It would be really low just because of the fact that they weren't even keeping an eye on these things mark zuckerberg had said you know. I think it's a crazy year. A crazy thing that facebook could have swung the election so they weren't really taking much responsibility for these problems so like it would be like a deer and a half and i may say that they failed. It's i think it's all right. I think it's out that it's all relative like some people think anything below in as is fail inc while when it comes to the impact on our elections. Yeah i would say that. They didn't even acknowledge it was a problem. F is a pretty adequate score for twins. Sixteen to give them credit. They did do a lot of things differently. Things are a little bit better of. Let's some of these big issues. A time of the biggest story of the year is a coronavirus a that hit us hard early in march and there was a lot of misinformation. How did facebook handle the misinformation that came out as a result of course from day. Cares to the do's and don'ts to the origin of the coronavirus. There was a lot of information out there. What was what did it look like on facebook. There was also a lot of conspiracy theories i mean. I saw one conspiracy theory on but said the coronavirus was a hoax was all organized by the government so the way that facebook candle debt was the partner with these third party. Fact checkers that will fact check these false claims including about the current virus and the put a sort of warning label over stern posts. That say they contain false information. And it's been a fact check by its independent third party fact checkers But if they if the information could cause physical harm such as somebody saying you should drink bleach. That's something that could lead to somebody having a heart like some physical harm in going to the hospital because he deflation it'd be drinking bleach That would get pulled down by facebook so they drew the line when it came to how harmful that misinformation as got it that that that element of like amex danger or posing health risks. They started draw a line. You know the the killing of george floyd of set off a national discussion about racial equality. How did that play out on facebook. There is also a lot of misinformation conspiracy theories about george floyd including that the whole george floyd young. The whole death was a hoax. And that george soros. The hungarian billionaire was behind these racial injustice protests So you definitely saw facebook struggle with nece and It sort of fanned a lot of criticism from civil rights activists. Who said you know once again. This is another example of facebook not doing enough to combat hate speech and you know they even launched a campaign calling for advertisers to boycott adams social network in the month of july

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"nece" Discussed on Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"nece" Discussed on Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

"In maleness and female nece because we can't really nail it down you know there's there's a mystery to it. There's there is a distinction because he did make male and female but to push it to biblical manhood and biblical womanhood. That's undermining the mystery. That god has in mind for it. tends to be defining it from one person's particular cultural moment So i think we need to just get back to really recapturing the mystery. There's a distinction for sure in design. But we can't overstate it. And and we're gonna have to like embrace and work with the mystery of. Yeah i love that. Reference in fijian's i'm talking about christ and his church and really we think about the church being the body of christ and yet the bride of christ. And christ bring the bridegroom and some of the parables. He he tells are linking to that. Yeah just this relationship that we have with god with being made in his image yet were fallen yet. We'll we'll be restored one day. There was a wedding banquet. But then how you know kind of message of scripture to take the theology. The body approaches. God wants to marry us right. That relationship that we have with him is so important. And when we break it down in our linear understanding of you're single or you're married but yet spiritually. The significance of marriage takes on a whole new approach that i think that nuance hasn't translated. Because we're still in these very separate terms. Everything has to be in a category in. It doesn't allow for the nuance. I think that's needed to get to address that very misery that you just talked about right. It's a mystery and that deserves dialogue instead of scripture. We can ask. Jesus one day like we need to be able to talk about that because that obviously is a very important aspect of how we should relate to each other now and teenagers need to be need to be able to understand that very importantly so so some of that mischief for example would be when i ask students to make a list of what we consider masculine. And what we consider feminine gentle up on the girl side. Gentle is a fruit of the spirit. So that should not be a gendered quality right. And so it's those lists that that.

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How to Have a Better Sex Life by Understanding Your Love Style

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

04:55 min | 2 months ago

How to Have a Better Sex Life by Understanding Your Love Style

"The very beginning god created male and female and he created them to have relationship. And so the very fact that god created us as sexual beings where there's a distinction between the two of us is the beginning is how it all started and satan is doing everything he can't take god's design and break it apart destroy blasted he's blasting marriages taking shots at everything that sacred. The church are genders sexuality. Everything is being hit really really hard in cages to amplify this in you know the listeners. I'm speaking to you the listeners. Now you're gonna have three responses that couple. That feels like this is something you only share between each other. It's not something you speak about in public. I get that. I disagree with that. But i understand that perspective. It may be the other responses. We desperately need this help. Thank you for covering it. I hope those in the first category can open their hearts to those in the second category that actually talking about it is a good thing and then third. God's designed you know even with my team. Boys i talk about that commitment to marriage to saving yourself. That god has an incredible gift for you on your wedding night. He's intended that gift to be unwrapped at that point. Not before in that. You need to honor that and i i think that is a healthy way to look at it but kay what your response i mean. Women particularly struggle talking about this topic. I completely agree. You know when we do this workshop In churches we often ask how many people in the audience feel that they had a good sex education from their parents. And it's like one percent one percent one percentage of its terrible and so no wonder we struggle because no one really teaching us anything before we get married And then after we get married you know. It's it's taboo subject and right and so how can you learn to communicate and grow if everything's so secretive and it's god's designed so it shouldn't be secretive subject and i think we need to look at it that way christians. This is a beautiful thing that god has done. It's not a dirty thing. It's not ugly thing. This is the song of solomon something to be celebrated so let's get into it outlined for some of the common struggles. Couples have their intimacy today. And maybe there's nothing new under the sun. I don't know if you've looked at this historically but you say that sex is the great exposer. So what do you mean by that well. Sex and our comfort with it or the lack of comfort or the distress that's created in the relationship or the tension that has created over. The subject of sex is one of those like kids. It's like work. It's like a lot of things in life but one of those things that exposes are broken. Parts are weak parts. It it's a stressor and so it is this beautiful thing but it's also a stressor is simultaneously both and so k we we experienced. That is being something that would expose in us week. Places absolutely i mean i definitely exposed our lack of sex education. It exposed our inability to really communicate about difficult subjects. It i think really exposed our level of honesty How much we communicate and the things that pull up weakness feels terrible but it's an opportunity for growth. You know when you hit a rough spot. It's never pleasant. But some of our hardest first conversations in our most honest conversations. Were about sex and it was a game changer. But boy i remember how hard those first conversations were where we begin to be honest. You point to genesis three in the fall of mankind. That's a big statement How does the sin of adam and eve near the experience of many couples in their physical and emotional intimacy. It is very natural. First of all we have a fallen nature we were made in the image and likeness of god yet after the fall. There's a broken nece to us and that broken this means we don't operate well as c. s. lewis said were made in the image and likeness of god but the images bent or mart. And so with that broken nece. We find ourselves doing well. We struggle then to control our sexuality. One of the biggest problems with males is with a broken nature. I don't know what to do with my sexuality and so much of the new testament is about learning to control my sexuality right so that it's holy and not wurley but then there's this concept to that were just like adam and eve and we hide and were fearful and we blame and so that way. We are very similar to adam and eve because we tend to want to project our frustrations onto the other person.

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Nina Jackson and How to Help your Student Thrive

Qualified Tutor Podcast

03:00 min | 2 months ago

Nina Jackson and How to Help your Student Thrive

"I love to see. am. I hope to invigorate teachers. Children and young people with what i call the face. This show but lemon. So you've got the structures and systems of the school and we can't get away from that and we can't get away from exams and data in tasks and things like that but we can't embrace. Is that when teachers have this connection with children and young people. That's the sort of like. Oh wow phase moment wet. Children are so engrossed in what they're learning they pasta infectious personality on to others in the classroom as well as the teachers. And as my dear friend how a roberts would say sometimes it's about bothered nece noah. I'm on really bulbs to be learning about this. You become bulbs. Didn't you become engaged when somebody explode. Uranium phase emotionally cognitively. A neurologically boom shaka la suited. So for me. We've got an access all areas of education. We've got to give teachers in show john empowerment to be brave to test to try and if it doesn't work that's okay to know what we'll try a different way because there is always another way so for me. It isn't about practice makes perfect. It's about pocket. The passion pocket the passion for you are as an educator ozzy lunar but you've got to get to know the children in the young people that you work with. I mean you've got to know the inside out. So i'm a consultant practitioner. I still teach. I adore to work with children and young people. Sometimes i see the slight children and young people as while you know we wanna we wanna get into that sort of in an minds to find out what made it brilliant for them so hike s what i wanna do is in life now. We'll you know rocking on that. Brilliant age of fifty five onto fifty six only like. I'm wow look. I just wanna live life but give other people just this purpose. An empowered woman to be able to serve themselves on to serve others as well that. What's the point or the pint is your purpose than becomes of service to others. Still if you are able to serve its at that with your brilliant your passion your energy your knowledge expertise the way that you can connect with people through relationships in culture than you can have more woohoo moments

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"nece" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"nece" Discussed on The RobCast

"Of loss, nece. Yeah. I also I, I know who I am. I know what I'm here to do. I know what brings me. Joy, I know who I love like I got this, and, and some days I got I have nothing. I have no Joe. I am sitting under a tree in the backyard. Just letting that stuff all of it leading that stuff. Just fly through letting letting myself feel the full weight of it. Yeah, an all sits side by side and see for many people, the moment, there's an expression of bewilderment disorientation lost nece. Oh, you're that's, that's everything your whole life. And the thing is, you're, you're growing and expanding. No, no. It's all happening within a larger space lost, but not lost. There's a center here. This is what I mean by grounded and centered. This is what we mean. When you hear people talk about centering will centering prayer, or finding your center is, you're finding the larger place within you and you're getting better and better and better at stain there. Especially when crazy difficult excruciating painful things come your way you've gotten better better. So there are these momentary feelings that Russian that feel like they're taking over. But they're all taking place within something larger that. Yeah. That's that's the goal that's the path, we're on. That's what we're learning by the way, people who don't have any language or room for lost nece who see lost nece as the enemy who worship at the altar of found nece certainty language like certainty. Absolutes unchanging. Oftentimes people cling to these doctrines, dogmas oftentimes, people swap out, fundamentalisms, or clean two fundamentalisms, which is that which can't be questioned. Oftentimes people do this because of tremendous trauma, when I meet somebody who's militant about anything militant in the brittle way not the passionate convicted. We're here to make the world, a better place. But the militant in the brittle small. Terrified way you know that person who's clinging to something. And it might be something that sounds really new and, and progressive and modern and yet, it's still clinging. You can feel it within them there. Clinging clinging to the word progressive. They're clinging to. The idea of the oneness of everything, but doesn't feel like it's on very solid ground. Oftentimes it's because the person was hurt their wounded, they went through a trauma, and there wasn't. It wasn't happening within a larger space within them. And so they're clinging to something that brings safety and security. But they're cleaning up the expense of the nimble, flexible lost, but not lost -ness of growing, in the stretching of the human heart. But when you've been grounded in the U that is eternal, the U, that is indestructible, the U, that is witnessing to all these things and observing all these things that are happening to you, as you're more and more grounded in that self, the self behind the south in the south behind the self, the self under the self. Yeah. By the way, the same writer Paul who's in prison who talk who's torn. He also has this line about being crucified with Christ. And it's no longer I live. But Christ who lives in me.

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"nece" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"nece" Discussed on Tara Brach

"Nece. Throat syncing the smile there. Face aliveness. The heart can smiling into the heart. Resting the heart. That sounds the heart is wide as the world. That base. Raid in energy. Rest in that hearts. Fish sense. The presence of tier tender variety awake. Open. Since how this tender open-heart space experiences moment to moment changing liar. Now, notice it some point that the mind drifts from this energetic. Openness back into thinking. Just quite natural. You can reopen your attention back to aliveness by against scanning through the body gently. Relaxing. The brow. Sent from the smile there. The in there. Sensor smile at the heart. This whole body breathing filled energy aliveness light. Relax back again into that open hearted awareness. This wide world. That's receiving this moment to moment. Life. No matter how often the mind drafts. All that really matters is the quality of heart in the way, you come back. To come back with interest in friendliness to this moment. Then you plant those seeds for whatever else arrages. Bring yourself back over and over just training on coming home. Sense coming home again to fuel the aliveness. It's right here in the small. Perhaps relaxing little letting go.

"nece" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"nece" Discussed on KTRH

"Nece covered and blinded by a blanket of little false security has lulled the madness of this world into a slumber. Wake up and eyes upon you staring straight down and keenly through seeing all that you are. And everything that you can never be. Yes. And I knew I ready to blink. So face forward. With arms wide, open and mind. Arrive you ready to go. Speakers. Spoke up and said. I'm CLYDE Lewis, and this is ground zero. Numbers..

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"nece" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"nece" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Stick to it of nece, ladies and gentlemen, stick toot of nece. That's the word of the day could possibly remain upward you stick to it of nece. That's what separates these Americans from other people. Actually, that's not true. I think Americans give up quite easily. That's your separates me from. Yeah. That's it separates me from Thomson gore and Bert Kreischer. Stick to it. If Nisus I didn't claim sickness I didn't claim foot injury. I stuck with the workout program. And I was a non asterik winner of sober October. But that's not talking about. I'm talking about sick toot of nece that when you're in fucking Reykjavik Iceland as I am right now. And you lose your water Bal you look around your hotel room. And you don't see it. You realize all fuck I last house on the streets. I remember dropping. I remember picking it up. So I had then where is it? Now. I went to a few gift stores. I got my fuck in fridge magnet that I get from every other. Country. I've been to had to make my second time here, but I had to make up for. I didn't get the fridge Macken four unless I did. And then I'll have a double. Maybe go to my girlfriend. I don't know. But. I don't think I have one anyway. I went back in the streets shorts hill street is probably going to roll away. And if it didn't someone's probably gonna Chuck it, you know, this is Reykjavik people take pride in their goddamn town. The rake. I'm back you're hanging out with Arielle journ. Oh, we it's a fun trip today. Just road trip in it. Qadam beautiful country. So I went back to the first gift shop looked in the window. Couldn't see it. It's all closed now. It's eleven thirty at night. Sure. It went to the public house renders some fan, which is cool. It's cool haven't fans in God, damn Reykjavik Iceland power of the internet. I moved on. I kept going. I think there's one last gift shop I went into. I went looked in the window looked down to where the t shirts were look down on the floor near the near the fridge thing that the fridge magnet twirly thing. Couldn't find it. All right. Fuck it. Maybe stick to it. If this doesn't work out. Maybe it doesn't or maybe your boy Ari looked behind the counter, and guess what he saw his thermos with a note on it the sticker that he put on their of the baby seal the cube ABC pre clubbing. That's right. You guys I found it and tomorrow, I'm going to go down and claim. What's rightfully my dry feel like a Viking of this country? It's hard not to until you actually look at one of the Icelanders and. You realize they look like that had a good time here. I went to in this great. Schimdt cintos? Lynn sin. Todd all they have all these pools. These outdoor pools hot tubs everywhere, it's like a fucking part of the culture here in Iceland outdoor in. It's so cool. Just go from hot tub the hot up thirty nine degrees. Forty two degrees. I'll centigrade you guys. We don't do Fahrenheit here. I'll centigrade like grown-ups, look America's. We're right about a lot of stuff. And we're wrong about some things when the rest of the world does something even if for wrong, we should probably just join the rest of the world. But for fucking metric system, we're wrong. I mean, if they were using the fucking stupid shit, we use and we will use the metric system, I would say, you know, maybe just shift over there dumb way of doing it. But the measure system so much easier times ten times ten times ten not times twelve times three. Oh, anywhere. Whatever. Oh centigrade. One hundred is boiling zero's freezing. Twenty-five is a nice day. It it doesn't get much easier..

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"nece" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"nece" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"You than your image or whether extra body looks like you have so much more to offer someone than just what you look like on a page or like on a website or a being, fill out your dating half. There you go. That's my my party words fill out your dating app with with really cool stuff about yourself, terrible, tiny. Let's end it is. Let's see. You know, you do remember that your body is not the most important thing to the value of yourself. Look at you just talking to the microphone. Who did you sell L. for? for Nece. nece, Josh felt that was really weird. I'm thank you listening. This has been monkey. And you're listening to Monday moment my the that Monday mumblings got Monday easy for me to say, if you have a chance, please like us, please share us. Please leave us a review, and most importantly, download that app. Yes, end subscribe don't forget to subscribe gladly every time you even if you never listened, but please listen, even if you never listened subscribe anyway because those downloads really do help us and give us great numbers in the make feel a warm fuzzy. If you have some extra money, just hang out and you wanna put it towards against 'cause you're more than found to donate to us is nonprofit organization. We weren't. We texted up double think we still have a patriot pain. We do. We do. So check us out on that and give us some money out of the show. Yeah. Also, if you board anyone volunteer at all, if you would love to help the show up, please in touch with us and let us know what you can do are you? You have replied, yes about things you might want to hear about. We could go on and on so many things anyway. This has been monkey itsel are still for my mom from my left. You're right. We'll see. Next time.

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"nece" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"nece" Discussed on Small Doses

"And I think it's important technology that because words like this, you know, they get stripped of their power and of their meaning when they get how margin is into something generic. The word woke is really about being aware of all the things that are in your way that are based on oppressive means and trying your best to try your best to keep up with that and challenge it consistently. And you have to stay abreast of those things. We say, stay low, stay firing because they change and they. Affect you? It is tiring. It is tiring. It could seem like thankless work and a fruitless effort, but the one of the things to me that is the most depressing existence on this earth is one without purpose. And at least when you feel like you can make a change, it may not seem like the change that completely like shuts everything down. It may not be apocalyptic, but it may make this person's life a little easier, make your life a little easier, you know, and it may bring joy the someone's space. And I think like part of our understanding of woke nece is about the fact that we have to understand the overarching world that we and space that we're in and what came before us and what's going to come after us and where we are right now and that we're really just these beings on this pale blue dot, and the universe is so much bigger than we can ever conceptualize it so much older than we can even fathom and it's got so many more mysteries and we can even consider. But what we do know, we have to work with. And what we do know we have to change and what we do know we have to challenge that is what it is to be woke to know that there are things in place that are not. Okay. And that you by just being here, have the capacity to be a part of making them right. I wish you all the best. Let's all stay awake. Let's all do our best and let's not get too stressed out in the process. But if the shit go down. You know what to wear because we are the dashiki chic and not one of us had to go shopping for Black Panther..

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"nece" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All right so shed out good all right how fast can we do the march brad nece around all right all right because let me tell you about simply safe i because brad meltzer's here and make them wait too long simply safe to is in their of work with these guys since they had ten employees now the protecting over two million people signing is just released their brand new home security system the all new simply safe's smaller faster stronger than ever before completely rebuilt and redesigned with new safeguards against power outages down wi fi cut landlines hammers bats you name it it's bullet proof it's the first security system actually called beautiful i have it up in my house max patas got it i knew rehearsal studio area there right yeah yeah also dawson has it again had it and they partment moved into the house packed it up moved it with them and garriga's has as well you still get twenty four seven protection only fifteen bucks a month no contracts applies are limited get a break on your renter's insurance visit simply safe to is simply safe dot com slash adam all right oxnard levity live tonight me and august up on stage basic cable commentary cobra read don conair specialists faceoffs come on out before that go to copper blues next door at six eight have yourself some endless rant we'll be doing some tastings over there drinks some beers and then come on in what show and then afterward back copper blues dawson locks economy planes going to be a hell of a nights come on out say hi and both drinks events are free so.

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"nece" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Our and my colleague and friend um west nece khor went to interview gary snyder couple of years ago areas of pulitzer prizewinning poet um and environmentalists for fifty years when writing about biregionalism in one of our great kind of the elders in this environmental movement he's had gary what do you have to say to us now the oceans are rising the world climate is changing you know hotter and hotter that species extinction gary look back and he said don't feel guilty if you're gonna see that don't save it out of guilt or anger fear those are the very things that are actually making the world worse saving it you love it because it's part of you because it meant and that's the that is the is the power um whether you're starting a company but also it's not just that you you know some vision okay now i'm going to become this wealthy me you know playboy or whatever you know zillion air um that what is your life meaning for you and what you really want and when you listen there something in you in it's part of your birthright um to both be able to give your gifts but also to love and beloved in return and it turns out that it's a power so then what you talk about is that um it doesn't take much to begin the training and you were you know two minutes or four minutes in the evening or this woman at her work taking once in our you know thirty seconds or a minute to look at somebody there an offer or a a wellwishing can transform everything for people who want the practical support because it is hard to do on your own if you go to sounds true dot com and look up on the programs that i have first there's a forty day program called mindfulness daily which is.

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"nece" Discussed on Successful Dropout

Successful Dropout

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on Successful Dropout

"Nece was born in i'm so grateful for all of those experiences so well i do want to go into some other avenues like one thing you'd you'd just mention is this this vulnerability in stuff a lot of people think as you're building a business that that's probably one of the last things you should do or at least i i feel like people sort of an eight nightly think that you're building a business you're putting on this this sort of you put on the sort this sort of brandon and you know this outwardfacing you know face and brand to the general public of you know you're just this this great business or if you're the face of the business university or this very successful individual that sort of the last thing people think about is being really actual deal vulnerable and authentic um i guess how was that something you did right off the bat blake was that in a really tough to do and what a what kind of growth in your business a did you did you really see from from coming at it from that place of vulnerability like i i want to touch on that just a little bit and a lot of people listening are are either uh you know they have some sort of side hustle they're building a business or they have you know some outwardfacing like blogger or or podcast maybe even for me personally it was not hard i have been an open book since i was a child a such an open book i love to share my story i love to share may hardships um i think would also helped me was when i first started my podcast over four years ago i had since i had this nine to five that's just one minute call it they had this job that was steady i i wasn't creating my podcast from the start with the intention to make another business i had done the fitness in weight loss business was taking a break i didn't have a whiteknuckled grass on meeting to do it again i didn't know what was in store for me all wang you is that i wanted to check out this thing that was coming about called podcasts there weren't a whole lot and actually at the time i think there was only as a very very small handful of solo female podcasters in health there was a lot.

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"nece" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"King you're studying whatever it is that's why you're not scared of that stuff and i think that's why was never scared of it either because i believed i had faith and confidence would you but you i'll tell you i'll tell you this core to uh offing another thing that helps in in were to start won't make a decision to become who you want to become but also along the way continuously make decisions knowing that everything is not going to work out the way that you vision it because you can't determined the circumstances outside of you so did you can't control an an having be at booth with the autumn okay i'm ok p v at all be at peace with with the unknown be okay with it and understand i noticed a saga fucking infomercial every click ivy taglish it right elicited now live is so much but is still fucking in truth every experience is a learning lesson a you experienced a ship because that's which you need to experience to learn what you need to learn to continue go away everything is like you're going to business and somehow you're counting his hopped up okay if you knew fuck and the county would be fucked up you know what i'm saying is so you have to learn to store that do that better a continue to do your business in every everything that you're doing what happens to be deficient are what happens to four problems come up that is nothing more than an opportunity for you to be like okay let me fixed is that we do this in i'm telling you dust judges would have experienced things that are half problems in his all carries you have to get better what is the plan for what what is the plan for you to get better in nece area would step one two three who'd you need to task to do it what can you do when the basically give yourself a deadline on uh when it will get done he correct it yet two one s t totally an an one thing are fitted a listener is human growth and development is not supposed.

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"nece" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Difference if there is one between and exchangetraded product and e t p and exchangetraded funds etf and exchangetraded note oh boy all right so the this is an important distinction so i'm glad you bring it up and that's where a credit suisse comes into play in the headlines because if you look at xiv that popular one that's being liquidated you would say look i don't see credit suisse in the name of it at all so if it's an etf it's going directly into the market and buying vix futures so if you own there are some vix each yes there when you have that etf you are directly owning those vix futures you can redeem it exactly for this future's now and exchangetraded note a which is what xiv is the new is essentially promising you those futures it promises that it'll traffic the future so you're not actually physically owning them and on the other side of that there has to be a bank who's willing to give you that exposure in this case it was credit suisse who oversaw that exposure and so credit suisse on the other side of it says i'm gonna give you basically what the futures are doing and me as the bank i am going to be the one that holds the futures or hold some sort of option that gives me the equivalent exposure of the futures so i'm hedged and both of those together that's atp exchange shared product that's the broad label for both of those dini i was struck by a comment by cliff asked nece this morning on twitter is matt managing and founding principle aq are capital management and he said the vaults funds story is subtler than what we here it is not shocking that funds that explicitly but uncommon by selling tale insurance get creamed even wiped out in a big selloff it is shocking at least to me how small the event that killed them was this was not a october 19th 1987 just real quick i is this story over have we already seen this trade squeezed out i think from the each epa is yes we have but we live in a world now.

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"nece" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"That popular one uh that's being liquidated you would say look i don't see credit suisse in the name of it at all so if it's an etf it's going directly into the market and buying vix futures so if you own there are some vix etf there when you have that etf you are directly owning those vix futures you can redeem it exactly for this future's now and exchangetraded note a which is what xiv is the new is essentially promising you those futures it promises that it'll track the future so you're not actually physically owning them and on the other side of that there has to be a bank who's willing to give you that exposure in this case it was credit suisse who oversaw that exposure and so credit suisse on the other side of it says i'm gonna give you basically what the futures are doing and me as the bank i am going to be the one that holds the futures or hold some sort of option that gives me the equivalent exposure of the futures so i'm hedged and both of those together that's atp exchange should product that's the broad label for both of those danny i was struck by a comment by cliff asked nece this morning on twitter is matt managing and founding principle eight cure capital management and he said the vaults funds story is subtler than what we here it is not shocking that funds that explicitly bed uncommon by selling tale insurance get creamed even wiped out in a big selloff it is shocking at least to me how small the event that killed them was this was not a october 19th 1987 just real quick i is this story over have we already seen this trade squeezed out i think from the eu teepees yes we have but we live in a world now were there is so there's so many people who trade based on volatility and a lot of short term signals that i think we can see more calming a you know is remarkable there are a lot of.

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"nece" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Fine line of like half sleep half woke nece thing that had like it's really weird yeah it's almost a line that so find a dozen exist because it's like in two separate places of the same time right which you can't be in completely different places at the same time does she have a history it possibly like making subtle jabs at her father or does she seemed to be monthly support of what's not the first time she advocated for something that's a diametrically opposed to her fighters villa philosophy or he does it in a very positive confident way like at the rnc she talked about how this was going to be like the most feminist progressive of administration right and you like to the point that you like believed it were at least you believed that she believed it and then that has not been the case hetero um so i i think she is she is just high on her own supply she just like is able to uh let's a new favorite she's just able to lake astronauts cognitive dissonance it's hurt her mind is able to just makes sense of two completely contradictory realities end when she can't make those two things work together takes a sleeping pill like we learned five fire in fury signifying hurry known asleep guys debts committing crimes can chemically homer simpson on out of the room so speaking of planes let's kick things off in the 1980s with jessica leads she was on an airplane the guy sitting next to her started groping her and reaching up her skirt and a later on she would recognize him this was kind of before trump was nationally famous uh she eventually recognized him as the guy who uh donald trump unlike the trump family will became like kind of more famous in her town and she saw him at some sort of like charity dinner and he walked up and said i remember you you were the cut woman from airplane so that's how a kick things off.

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"nece" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on WWL

"Heart of the crescent city eight enter com communication stations the big 870 wwl new orleans and 105 3 wwl fm a kenner new orleans and not surprising martha contestant number four the man who decided to become intoxicated operate a vessel and was charged with child endangerment vehicular negligent injury and also vehicular homicide eightyearold damien hayes was killed that is far and away the leading votegetter but there's some other ones voting to for some of the other contestants do yeah there's got a couple votes each of these are a little different in a in a different way now you can intimidation coming in tears shooting at whipping crane 21yearold lane tippytoe of gate on shots to protected whooping crane and then tried to bully the person that led a was gonna read on him get the crooked commissioner which honestly this one almost takes my vote because i mean as horrible is number four is i don't think anyone intentionally sets out to hurt somebody whereas number two this el count here he pled guilty to taking out an intention waste and he's also a former ldp w f commission chairman so anybody should know better long fall from grace i ups and then we've got our wisconsin fisherman who possess nearly three thousand finish was taken them and selling them for five dollars a bag in chicago seventyfouryearold stanley kiss nece kushner's how kiss nece so both their one is the whipping crane two is the intentional taking an elk three is the blue gilles perch and crappy taker and poor is the voting incidents all right cast that vote by texting us at eight seventy eight seventy coming back after his one of our favorite feel reporters georgia's captain rhineland but been a busy guy whacking ducks and.

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"nece" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"nece" Discussed on Unchained

"What people's thoughts are and there's a lot of that i think that is eagled ripta there's a lot of it that is this is a community primarily of upper middle class white men from similar western backgrounds who will all have a pretty strong ego and often that gets in the way of having a good understanding of where other people are coming from and taking their positions sometimes it least to be able to sympathise and be able to come to some agreement instead of just arguing asked each other all well i think the chinese miners we disagree with in characterized his middle age white man but that's trousers any there's plenty of studies have shown that you know women make great managers often better than men on a we have a problem and is not specific to bitcoin but i mean the technology feel doesn't have enough enough women so i think that yet if we had more women on the teams we probably would see more moral on even killed nece i think some of the aggressive trade suit of mend debating can be amplified if it's only men in the room and if we had women as part of the team i think it probably better i wish i at true or false but a great and then so i would soon out predictions what do you think is going to happen at the time at the hard fork good mark you could start with this request.

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"nece" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"nece" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Which has probably like at age seven arab we just in we tell you this all the time nothing on the internet is private nothing nothing on your phone is private and you know that's the i so i think of web safety and tech savvy nece is probably similar to teaching our kids about sex education kind of stuff because you don't overwhelm them with everything all at once but you have to start talking about a very early the second you know you're seeing them in i think his parents you also have to follow through on this yourself so maybe you don't post you know the pictures of your kid in the bathtub on facebook road and you know if you do that may be you explain to them how your limiting these settings and they'll take a down when they're thirteen and like oh my god mob or or maybe not getting their permission to post the votto them the bathtub but getting their permission to actually bureau post anything on facebook at all i i've i stepped away from facebook back in december of his is starting to feel overwhelmed with kind of the time i was spending scrolling and to some of the decisions that they were making just didn't really didn't really ring true to to me and if i felt like i needed to step away but one thing i had been struggling with up until then was this growing kind of need or or feeling inside of me to to stop sharing as much about my life on the internet because basically what i'm doing is teaching taking that choice away from.

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