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Telefonica reportedly offered $10 billion to merge Virgin Media with O2

Balance of Power

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Telefonica reportedly offered $10 billion to merge Virgin Media with O2

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"o2" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"o2" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"I do have minutes so I at like five repetitious to make it over three minutes so I still have three minutes worth that but three minutes a day. That's and you're you're an inventor. Now you're you're scientists. You're an entrepreneur. You created this device yes or remind me what it's called again since it's a traitor and oh to trainer auto trader originally was the routinization. We talked about that but I figured well wait a minute. Like ninety nine percent of the people in the world they don't know it probably more people go to all disabled known as not you know if you really break down one in a thousand maybe you know because yes. I've known like a lot of not known so rooted. Today is not going to say anything to those people. So that's why I came up with the training while Ghana believe you know living here in Santa Cruz where I live and being a surfer. One of the biggest things for surfing of course is oxygen. It's a sport where you stop and start a lot but particularly of course with big wave surfers where they have these things that are called a wave hold down so you fall off a wave or maybe even you ride the wave. But you're still you're on what's called the inside and there's big waves coming that you have to get through you get smashed by these waves and it can be very violent and they can hold you down for a long time and the worst case scenario for big wave surfers where they're surfing thirty forty fifty defeat waves if there's multiple waves coming and most people cannot survive what they call a two wave hold down where two big waves come and in hold them down and so being able to train. Your breathing in surfing is is one of the most important things you know. I just last week for the second time. It's a good guy. Meant Stick Severinsen. He is the world record holding breath. How many minutes you could hold his breath? The upper stupid eight minutes ten minutes. Yeah twenty two twenty two like these people all day all everybody. This guy is the biggest British. Everybody's talking about weymouth right everybody with this. Well we're both has the record under ice well. He broke that record and then he broke that record again afterward. She's the world champion of free diving. The Guy is just insane. Imagine they said on ice. They cut a hole in the ice. It'd be sits with his speedo. She's meditating dating and he's toward being himself up. In that whole idea. Further there was another holiday ice. There's no rope in between he's going to have to figure. outwear hall is an underwater. Come out and then. He sits on the these meditating himself warm again. This guy is crazy. He's going to do a new world record. I hear I don't know what it is. She did say to me. Buddies variant preach with Iota trade any said. Oh yeah though. I'M GONNA drive us for sure because once you realized is I can literally with Ota Trade. I'd steal my looks exactly like they're supposed to be like if I breathe into little tiny hole at Wadham extended. I still don't feel my legs up. Putting up at a basic vacuums sucking him over because my chest expects no faster than the logs get expand. So it's a really weird feeling but it's such a good good feeling so I'm pretty sure is going to nail that world trade very exciting and I love that. You're pioneering in this way and I love that you figured out how to punch asthma and the face that that was the big sleep for me because secure me for my asthma. And I said to a friend of mine in Holland's Holland's because I knew he had asthma eight base. I was to have each gone eight days later. He calls me. He said I would sell them in Europe. So what's happened. I said I asks gone. It says the same thing ever and then you start reading all the reviews from the people. It's freaky man. People either day completely cured or they use the inhaler colored ninety percent less a thing I need to say because now people could go. Yeah but if you're aesthetic you still get yes. You're one hundred percent right so if you're allergic let's say I was allergic to dogs. Talks Harry edibles at if I would spend half an hour would adopt the next day I will be eight days would completely close the detroiter. Trade should situate. You will have that allergic elegy. You will still have that but you'll your spiritual system get so strong you simply pull straight through that affected area and that's why it literally stops it. Some people use what here and there an inhaler but most of and I'm talking ninety percent. I completely cured yet. I've medically prove it and yet because I do have a lot of published medical journals what it does for you at that for the people at home I always say Medical Journal means it's clinically proven. Put you know because there's a lot of people show up product test it. What was the result of the test? If the result good would've said it's proven so needless just to say if they tried to sell yourself clinically tested. Don't why it it makes no sense. If it was good it would have Said said clinically proven and that's what published medical journal deaths since. Say I can't thank you enough for your time Ear incredibly inspiring athlete and champion Batsmen in the World Hall All of Famer Entrepreneur Actor and now inventor unreasonable such a thrill to hang out with you. You're welcome back anytime and and And bless you sense say thank you thank you very much Also yeah that's for the people that and oh she is endure it does put together is oh Soo. Also that's what you officials say so terrific rights. You as you said it's edgy. You thank you so much sense. Say bless you go walk Godspeed. U2's well there. He is the living legend boss boss route and himself and I know I say it. All the time but I hope you had. That conversation is much as I did And if you did you might might also enjoy episode number thirty eight with the greatest volleyball player of all time American Olympic legend. And I'm happy to say my friend. Kerri Walsh I jennings. That's episode thirty eight folly. Different all right we would like to thank the baddest man in the world boss. Rootin- himself. Yes he was just here. Yeah and if you WANNA find them on the Internet check them out at S R U T T E N Dot Com. That's boss Rootin- dot Com and if if you're interested in an oath to trainer to trainer Dot Com you can pick one up for yourself and maybe a couple of others because they make great gifts for anyone you know who likes to breathe. Also don't forget my friends at one life fully live dot. Org This is the nonprofit helping you Dream Plan and live.

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"o2" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"o2" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"That that then becomes goals because then you could do anything pretty much. I love that. That's fantastic advice. Now I'm also also curious you've trained force in. I don't know May- maybe almost as many disciplines is there is there are and one of them. I read about is as you've also trained in trauma GOB and it seems like unfortunately since we can't go very long without Opening up our web browser at our favorite news aside are turning on the television news hearing horrible story about somebody in many cases women being attacked on the street. Being killed killed. Horrible things happening so if I wanted to get some baseline training and self-defense. So that if somebody came up to me on the street at least I would increase as my odds of being successful. What would be the directions? You might point me in a first of all because the street many times as weapons involved and I've told you hey guys the very best if you have a good school is important to the teachers out. There have no clue what you're talking about of course but you need a good school a good teacher destruction and they have really great rapidly. Francis Francis guns knives I mean my body brats. He's probably. I got to be the top. Three in the world is just insane. How good this guy's actually I was doing in the Haikal Sport Science I was kicking? They should impact. And I would do this. Whole thing's bar fighting in assembly they asked me about Kobe got takeaway? They wanted me to do that and I go. Listen I can do it and I'm okay but I have a friend of mine I think is better when you take that guy. Because he's way better better than I am. You know and I remember he was GonNa Start in eleven that A.. Rod Remember Tony to produce a Kohl's where seats the producer that picked up the only thing I say he's freaking out isn't the guy was like where. Where did you find this guy? This guy took away and you see the Tiber next with hundreds of a second and takes guts to write it. The Guy stands at front of at grabs the gun. He hits the guy. He goes to disarming and as soon as she disarmed. That's why you see the bullet go out. That's how fast he was. He was already hit the already had the gun and boulevard yet gave out you know but again. It's that's his specialty. It's over and overdoing it again. Now if you just do Kaga I hope that you are at a cool where they also trae boxing and boxing. This is so important because Mugabe itself if older weapon defensive poking the eye and all that stuff against a boxer or boxer it you're GONNA be in trouble you know is not gonNa work because they don't even let you cobras close where you can poke Ni- and these guys are such such a high level. They always say oh. Yeah but I go. I'm a professional athlete. Dude I have more accuracy I get is better than you think. I don't know this is an easy thing. It's so stupid comment that people sometimes make so. Make sure that you also trae boxing. A full contact sport on the side. That will be tie box. You will be the best because then you're automatically us also yell abortion knees and elbows and knees that's what you really want to use it a fight you know what a break your hands you know. Kick Okay that you've gotTa Schumer routed so you can pick up with the shinbone of course swelled but yeah elbows headbutts although a South really freaky scary well it depends on what situation duration. You know if I have three guys as Sunday. Grab the first one to three head budget his face. Chad's the GonNa Fight Doug it'll be very high because it looks so violent ashore I don't want to do it. But this instances that you have to be very visual so that everybody L. Says I don't want to do anything. I was talking to a couple of weeks ago in an interview. It was talking about as a bouncer. They would always always asked me to be about our show love as a buzzer. Because for the Ted Situations we had we will fight. Maybe once because I would simply think that people outside or to the site I would go over. What really happened? What happened was looking at my wife? Okay did he. Did he say anything derogatory tour did he do not do thus kind of accomplishment right. It's not like he's looking at you is it. Goes ooh that. I can understand you get angry. But if he's just looks at it doesn't it doesn't do anything you should you at most of the time when you break it down they go like yeah that was that was like okay. What are you drinking? You drink beer shaking heads. At a party contiguous unique show is just breaking down the situation. That's what I do at traffic. If People Start Hulk adored I literally up the guy who get out of the car. I won't get my head subdued if I say I just WanNa Talk Doc dog and I explained to say why would you do that. Break this down for weeks and all like Oh yeah. I'm sorry it's so stupid. I say he would never make you betray. You always agreed light. You hit the gas right away. Why do you home for five or six seconds long I? That's a long time five six seconds. Why don't go? Hey issue would mean a once you break it down. They look at you and they go here now. Aski- too stupid. So that's what I do every situation situation that break it down by my kids. Step away for if you're in a problem. Step away from the problem looted from the outside imagine you are so nobody else in the same situation. What would you say to that person? And that is the goal. That's the trick to success. Because I was way overdoing it. You know. It's always better. It's interesting we can break ourselves out and have that third party opponent view about something work involved with. It's incredibly powerful. You take the emotions away. Oy I want you to the emotions away. It's really not that bad. It's all our oceans that we don't have a check. That's why you know the senses if you could follow the census this everything that comes in you can control your emotions. You know the whole cogitate of our oldest doesn't need to be disturbed you know stop at the Census and Utah. Talk yourself for a trust me. It's not like the perfect guy city. I gotTa agree about things you know. Stupid people cutting in line at you know. Of course I get angry. You know but again I tell myself first of all. I always think it's my stupid brother. That's how I deal with it now because if you visualize it Oughta person being a family member you're okay okay with it and this is a big bottom. Draw right now because this would meet at for older people have the same as me. If you're an interesting as somebody cuts you you off you get very angry right now if up driving shotgun and my friend has the same situation. I'm always laughing about it. I relax just an idiot and suddenly I realized. WHOA WHOA? So what that means is pride's get rid of pride because you are you. You think it's directed towards you. Who are you who am I am nobody special? Why would I believe that is directly towards me? You know. That's why I'm getting angry. So if you step away from dwayne typical issues. Don't take anything personal maybe one percent. It is personal all the moldy stituations what was said. You know the rest is all in your head stepper wait. You're not that important stuff you know at. That helped me a love because once I realized not getting angry private shut it habits but went on behind the wheel. Okay okay. It's me. Who is big also my daughters if you cannot change people? You can't day will always be doing that too. Will always be knuckle hats and the only thing you do. Is You have to change bench so it does a body you anymore and watch out. Also people who you don't notice situation if somebody by Hunky hoarded needs to pass I'll go to the side other people go. There are a lot of best. You don't always twice hospital. A skit could be hospital. He's driving due to hurry. That could be a panic situation. Why let your ego go go to the side? Let these people. Oh Past. Because you don't know what's going on but it's interesting one of the teachings of course of martial arts is if we are not humble in life we will be humbled by life life percents. Yeah I know but however you judge people you will be judged so trust me. I really stop judging. That's a lot of times it might because you do it. Everybody's doing it now another thing. I'm fascinated by Sensei is sort of the classic story story. Towards the end of a fighter's career is almost inevitably. We see fighters fast pie fight way past their prime and they get horrible knockouts and Kost or they get injured but somehow they keep they retire and then they come back and they retire and they come back. And it's it's almost almost a foregone conclusion it seems and yet you You won the last twenty two fights in a row of your career and you you did one of the most extraordinary things. which is you retired on a win And that was that and so and I know you sort of flirted a little little in the end. Maybe you can tell me what you're thinking was at the very end. But for the most part you did not do what most fighters do retire and keep coming back and then lose and keep losing and keep coming back. So how did you think about sort of ending your career. And frankly having the courage to step into the next phase of your life well I have to be completely August you did. This was literally got take care of me at the time I handed it but he gave me a whole bunch of injuries and I simply was forced to stop fighting then after seven in years. I've made a comeback because I wanted to go to a home at a pool and it's not a big you know but I just wanted to have a full California and so I took that fight and and I felt great container. Took your last fight to pay for a pool. Yeah Pool so I said let's take the for. It was two hundred twenty five thousand dollars. There's no two thousand six hundred and a lot of money you know so I go I will. I will do it for that. Reason at the reason was there. I was heavy drinking at the time because this is also a problem. A A bunch of athletes have problems with you know because you get such a high if you knock somebody out there people go crazy. You got all the attention chip and it's something that you start liking. That falls away your tried to replace it but there's nothing out there. Hey alcohol drugs there was under the things that most of the type those athletes are going to. You know. I'd always talk about that militant. She's very smart. You knew that was going to happen. He sought to his students. He starts chasing tornadoes. That's how he gets his high right. Now is a big tornado. He has a special guard. He goes in the center of the frigate the radio. So you know you have to replace it so once I get all these injuries forced me pretty much to stop and now I'm tagging literally. I'm taking it in my prayers every single day. Thank you for directed against such away. A that. I wasn't the Knucklehead to Capitol fighting and then the vegetable like you said you ruin your career You got to be a shell of what he used to be in at. Its understanding that. There's there's just people half you're age but unlimited energy who started trading eight years old when you were finishing your career. That's talk reality ones that kicks in you know that it's time to stop. Yeah well I I. It's impressive that you know even though you flirted with it you didn't do a lot of fighters do do or do you know at the end of their careers now. I'm also curious. You're somebody who has. Reinvented Yourself. If I understand mccracken obviously you had a wonderful career as a commentator And you're an actor now and you're an entrepreneur right now And so tell me about sort of how you reinvented yourself and doing all these Different and would seem to be very interesting things. Well I do eventually. I was what to do something in front of a camera. Winter was acting struggle. Your coffee fighting fight.

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"o2" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"o2" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"Of course it has to be the truth because you know by yourself what is Stuart. What's not you you know if I go to a fights and I say okay help you just go to it gets me? You know that that does not really break it down. It's not nothing can happen. What they'll go wrong? If you've got a good referee they will stop it. So that's the same. It control the universe now with finding reading I have to say yeah. I mashed with fighting but then we go to a different profession. Like if I do in In the audition you know zoloft depending on additional audition. Trust me. I wish I was just relaxed in that as I was fighting so that I did master get getting way more comfortable and it's just doing it. You know everything that you do a lot you get used to it. I use the example of a writer. Drive your car no and especially to Europe because here in America you don't have to the whole jeff to drive at a stick shift you have to pass your test with a stickshift. Well if you WANNA I I get into a car. You have no clue. How does he works in thinking about everything in a statement? You do your tests. They let you do the test now. Making it said to get expert while you lighting up a cigar. Ah I mean you can do anything because you're so used to it it becomes normal and I believe that's what fighting the same thing. Now can backfire as well because I had guys is who cannot bastard but it is because they put too much pressure of themselves every time they say I need to wear. I need to leave that out a door. Just fight your best sway. Give the guy everything you have even. If you lose you get at least a list. I tried everything that I had and if I try everything jets that I'm going to to win. They're going to be pretty high. So you know it's talking to yourself be honest but that of course doing it a lot so you get used to it to become second nature and so training and training illicit. I don't believe that I was somebody who told me. I truly believe so you know it might. It would be an hour ten minutes twice today in our ten minutes. I had guys go begin to edit professional fight twelve days later could do my warm up. I go. Don't fight this is what do you mean I said this is the World War. We didn't even start because I think to a whole next level. If you find that you say I have to add trading six hours a day six. What are you GonNa do you go to fight? American like the dumbest thing is like a sprinter and focus. You go to five gay because you have to split it makes sense. My thought was wait a minute if I go twice a day extremely hard for short amount of time I let my buddy getting get used to throw out a lot of energy a short amount of time. I'm not spreading it out. I'm actually doing and trading going to do inside you know at its soap how it worked perfectly for me and of course during the day I'm busy with my mind. That Kabuki Open New Cobra nations that I wrote Oh asked my wife I post. It's all over the House with combinations leading to a certain combination of the defense going into a counter. Like I mean crazy autograph autograph and on the free. My wife by four Y. I woke up at least six times in the middle of the night. I would dream a submission and then it would try it our wake up and soon God I would write it down as shoulder Sodhi right. Yeah okay she goes just to see so it is a shoulder look. I would might have doubted the next time I would try it in. It threatened the next day she walks up to say how lead over that were put like a joke on her. And I go is it. Are you feeling dizzy or visit her throat. Feeling Business I. It's a joke so I was figuring these things out all day long like I said since I know coach I was just doing it on my own and my right after a lot of times to to help me out so to say this is going to sound horrible. But it's what's in my mind when most guys say to their spouse. Hey honey bend over. They have a different thing in mind. Yeah Yeah not me. She wakes up and her arm is sore. Because you've been arm barring her in the middle of the night before I put it there but so I I would say I gotTa do this because she knew how important it was for me. You know if people I get show in shape oh okay. Let's talk about that very I rating in the mitag glass my head so here. I went home after that class. I spent four hours in front of a mirror blah. The only four hours I will get a cup of coffee tea each subject go back to the mirror and my bill for sure and saying I mean what are you doing. I mean I set. My hands will drop anymore. This is GonNa Happen. The next day I went back to that club. I cleave eighty percent of these guys they will. They thought that I played a trick. Them L. already knew how to box that I was active. I I did. I said spent four hours in front of a mirror. I mean you say four hours in front of a mirror what I jumped to do. Fifty minutes fifty minutes. But I'm super obsessive compulsive if I see something that needs to be fixed our fixed the date at but again had also feel I can do to for hours while the next day will come. I will come out so you just approach it the way you want to be strong. And that's you have the loss. I never went out was doubtful. Belo's ipod it. S Hot as I did with the wind because now I do want to work out. I really never saw that pro. If I would hold back during the fight that would show what I really have then. I have a reason to be to be down because I did a do what I was going to do but if I it just gave everything well I just got caught. Who cares big struggle for the next night so the losses You know you see some fighters and they're crying and it's this. It's this huge staying in. Listen I understand your life on the line and you know way better than I but one fight can change the trajectory of a career but it sounds like you had maybe a different mentality around losing. Yeah I it's not that bad it's the biggest lesson the risk you know again and again is going down going to do for me crying saying Oh my God no. I'm not going to go out. You guys go out and I'm going to bet awake thinking about what I mean. There's not going to help you. You put too much pressure on yourself and then the next time when you fight or I need to ribs. I need to guess what's going to have to lose e everything. You are afraid of. Most of the time that is going to happen. I oh I can I give you an example by four four fifths fight before a jumped on the play the day before going to keep it easy. I'm going to run into forest right. Swart not smart because I want to stay away from much about of course while I was getting more tired I missed that and I blew my angle and I'm Lee literally leg onto Florida for like twenty minutes I go. Hey How am I going to go but this is really hurting me. All what's GonNa Happen Okay. So I called. The ice did found a way a BECO. But now I'm coming in Japan and trust me. Nobody knew I didn't tell anybody. Not even my Meta- jaw me crazy about that. Because say open I believe out of people pick it up. I stayed wait for everything. I accurate when I what. Hey man are you doing so. Nobody knew that by Angola shirt into fight. The ferry I dig the guy shoots at. That's a whole Eddie goes for Dole. It was almost like I was sending a signal out Michael. It's it's injured so whatever you're afraid frago that's probably going to happen. Dote and you see movies but shooting move cowboys shooting the best movie with unforgiving I believe it is from Clint. The east with everybody starts shooting a real odd as a full. We should have It's not gonNA shooting at you because you can die. There's alive you can be sure you're going to be all over at at the end of the movie. You're so when he started to drink he became totally deserted. Everybody's nervous around shooting old Michigan. He goes on this shooting. Bob Bob but he goes you. Boom Boom Coonawarra. Everybody shooting that is the trick and again he probably we thought well I can be paddock over this but if I get hit I get hit. It does matter stay called delays to success because everybody else's nervous serviced again. You see you could tell yourself is not gonna help the nose especially your gunfighter. I would have been there because that's the profession pressure to to trust me now. I'm curious maybe if we could just go back in time a little bit You mentioned earlier since say that you had horrible. Asthma Ma as a child And so how do you go from having horrible asthma as a child. Chew being one of the fittest men in the world. Y- your cardio was never in question and it. It's it's a big part. You'll tell me but I assume it's a big part of what allowed you to act so quickly gleaned so ferociously In so many of your fights and so how do you go from having severe life challenging as much to you know one of the greatest cardio athletes athletes on the planet. Well you know losing one time of by stamina that Thai boxing that happened. One time to me. I never wanted to have that experience bridge again and then again for me I was always afraid of getting tired. And because of a freight of it probably going to get it because you start reading different go and tell it told an intriguing. Also I'd never really wanted to get super tired because it kind of mimic my ass experience that I had for a week or eight days you. I bet you know that the whole thing at nettle by Melissa. There's no such thing as having enough stamina infighting you can never have stuff seven if you have two teams and they're equally matched is soccer but this team has the better stem that the times will win. And that's with any other sport show. I taught myself I started brainwashing myself. I was actually talking. We're GONNA adjusted. Today I start everytime I got really tired. I bought myself more a war and I start getting very excited as somehow worked somehow like like two three weeks later now I needed to get super tired in order to get that great. Feeling a runner's high. I guess it is. I you know like my three would be glowing I so we have to say but they would really glow the way back from a trading because I would go so hard but I would love that feeling so I taught myself how to love of it and from that Baldwin yet that that then becomes goals because then you could do anything pretty much. I love that. That's fantastic advice. Now I'm also also curious you've trained.

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"o2" Discussed on People Helping People

People Helping People

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"o2" Discussed on People Helping People

"Opportunity. Like this. And it wouldn't be squandered in general when you look back at history again back to the You policier public administration background when you start to study historical movements that have led to good social change and good efforts of renewal a lot of times young people at the root of that you know their their their passion their energy You can see it a little bit even in some of the climate change discussion. That's going going on and I can see a lot of young people really at the forefront I would pray that you know in terms of violence and school violence against similarly. The young voice needs to come out and be heard word and make a difference in it. I think it should be US carrying about lives and carrying about people and if we can get some of the solutions that would allow people to thrive instead that'd be unhealthy. If students aren't falling through the cracks and becoming isolated. Then they're going to be a lot less likely to be part of violence right if they're part community in their connected than we've we've not only avoided the bad but more life has come to them so coming together over something else you you realize we actually share a lot in common when we come together. Great things happen so we'd love to be bringing people together and getting to know people that we haven't event metaphor. Thank you very much for joining me today. And Sharon. What's going on with the conference? Thank you for your work. Thank you for what you're doing in the community. Thank you for wild tiger ts. Thank you for all the efforts to serve other people that you're doing it encourages and inspires me right back and I think we all need that because sometimes The diving into these harder issues gets tiring it gets. It gets hard. It's overwhelming overwhelming sometimes. Yeah but If we all bite off what we can't what we're called to do we can play a part in it and so thank you for playing your part. Thank you so much. You see the world from such a unique fresh perspective so often without the burdens of these perceived limitations that we carry. I love that David. And his team have created a movement through the O.. To Conference to help empower youth maker community thrive in new and exciting ways. You can find out more about the conference at O.. Two Conference Dot Org. If you're in town. The conference is on March. First Twenty twenty and the applications are open until January fifteenth twenty twenty so spread the word that people know about this find more about the elsie. Church visit you a LC DOT org. These resources are also on the show notes on people helping people that world and if you enjoy this podcast subscribe or leave a review. That helps a lot. Thanks so much for listening and until next time cheers..

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"o2" Discussed on People Helping People

People Helping People

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"o2" Discussed on People Helping People

"I'm your host at amores today. I'm talking with David. White a pastor at U. A. L. C. in Hilliard Ohio and founder of the O.. Two Conference it's a conference that is breathing life into Columbus through. The ideas of young people is about supporting youth and their ideas to make life better and more sustainable helping them create social change and well well making our communities thrive so David welcome on the podcast. Geoff bright in with a high level overview. What the OTA conferences about definitely? It's an event for sixth through twelfth graders who identify a need in their local community. It could be as local as their home or their school. But really it's intended to help Columbus thrive and that's a key word. For Word Thrive we WANNA see people in Columbus thriving and we want to see the city thriving and we believe that young people are super capable world changers. They don't need to be older to make a difference but they do need a lot of experiences and a lot of opportunities to do that and so the conference exists to give of sixty twelfth graders a platform to express their ideas that meet a need in Columbus and then for six months after the event they receive a mentor who who can walk them through how to bring their ideal life and we give a total of ten thousand dollars away or more depending on people give donations which is awesome. That's happened in years where we've actually given closer through eleven thousand dollars away. So they have both mentoring and funding for the opportunity to bring their idea to life. So the theme for this year is a Thriving Environment And the conference itself is on March. First Twenty twenty yeah okay. Location and deadline is January sixteenth for middle schoolers highschoolers to submit their ideas. We can review them. We select five to six each year in year. One Eight and that was awesome. But it was a bit ambitious to cover in one night and so we've realized that Five or six is a good a good point for us to work with God. It's to do you do a lot of prep work beforehand on getting people to submit ideas. Yeah we're really getting the word out right now all year long. Okay we try to let schools administrators straighter. Teachers know that this is one of those amazing opportunities that can allow your students to take stuff. You've been working on already in the classroom to that next step. I think it's very reasonable in any in any age group that Teachers run out of resources or time or the ability to take twenty students in their ideas further to actually letting them go out into the real world and try those ideas in some cases able to accomplish all of that but in other cases. What's GonNa come along those teachers and support their efforts and their dreams for their kids? Will this conference does exist in many ways to help people with senior capstone projects or maybe somebody WHO's in boy scouts girl scouts and has an effort like that Maybe it's just simply a J. Term Project and they're excited about solving an issue and they're trying to create some change in Columbus when the end of the term comes or the end of the semester project comes sometimes students will just stop right there right. We would like to be the platform where students say you know what. I was really intrigued by that. I was really inspired by that. I feel like I could actually be the one to to help that. Go further and then And then what like. What's the answer and this is where the mentors in the funding and this platform to even just learn how to express your you get to stand Dan in front of three hundred four hundred people who've just come to simply watch and be inspired and encouraged and want to encourage you as a student to go after this I mean we've had tremendous underst- response from the community just to come and watch this thing? They buy a ticket cost fifteen dollars to come but five dollars of that gets put into the ideas themselves and the people pitched the ideas when they come to the conference at the beginning. Or is this after at the end of the conference that they they pitch. Yes so there is some preparatory work that we do okay as you were asking a bunch of prep work to get to know the students better And we have an an a training session for them where they prepare to pitch at the actual conference they pitch for a period of time to the panel of mentors and all those who are present to watch then we have a dinner break. We hear a few more ideas and and then at the end of the the audience gets to vote for the idea that they love. And and since it's Oh to you get to vote guess what twice vote for two few winners and we actually start at five. Zero two PM goes five to eight. PM So cool. You know just a lot of fun quirks with this idea and I can. I can tell you more about oxygen here in a little bit but that happens and then after the vote. We hear from a keynote speaker. God and the keynote this this year is freedom. Allah Carts Executive Director Paula Hanes. We're thrilled to have her She will further inspire and just encourage people that there's a lot. What a great change that can be made here in Columbus to help our city thrive? She's got a great story to tell now she doesn't work in human trafficking and absolutely you. I love what she's building here in Columbus that's awesome. It really is incredible and after that the panel comes back into the room and they get a chance to share who they are now. Pairing up with the the mentors will decide who pair up with for the next six months. So that's a really on top of the fact that we're awarding them. A certain dollar amount cannot dollar amount could range from five hundred dollars up to four thousand dollars but the total pot of money is going to be divided amongst the five or six people usually need. So what what sort of ideas have have come in the past. Sure wide varieties which is kind of intentionally what we're wanting to do. We have not picked a really specific targeted theme lake AAC simply mental health. Although we love when people use that as a platform to pursue a solution to some of the mental health issues that students are facing these days we we did have an idea that address that and it was wonderful to hear fast forward and their idea about how they're going to help people fast forward through the stigma. That often comes with that. That feeling that you WANNA share with people what you're struggling with but you don't do it God and then you're isolated and you don't make progress but if you just fast forward through the stigma then maybe you could reach reach mental health in a new way right and so she created a student driven platform online where she could give students resources and interact with people and to see that idea. Actually come to alive and have this website bolstered and and Her develop that with more resources and start to reach out. That was an exciting movie. That's one of the ideas but our teams are broader. Because we want to hear as a church we are specifically saying. There's lot of things we could go. Try to pursue in terms of helping people thrive but what if we didn't immediately start picking things to solving going after them. What if we actually paused and listened and heard directly from the community? Not what they believe. The problems are and then we can just be aware of them better before we go go attempt to solve them. That's how you're not just running out trying to solve problems that don't exist. You're waiting for the people who have those problems to come in articulate them definitely cool yes. So there's been any range from that to Margaret Lease idea with the Hillard. Food Pantries in school Tell me a little bit about that. That was that has been an amazing Example of what can happen when all of these networks of people come together and work together and support a young person and their idea and their passion. What was the problem from that she identified? Yeah she noticed that people in her school were distracted in the classroom because they were hungry. She noticed that. There's a lot of stigma attached with Having to qualify for free or reduced launch or other things like that that were income level based type things she wanted to create a solution of these things where if people had a need whether it was hunger or maybe some basic school supplies or maybe some some personal products that can be available in a location at her school then they could simply come in grab what they needed. Ah just mark that. They took something so that she could see what was being used and restock it. Oh cool no need to qualify. Privacy is high very high there. You just there's bags or you can toss stuff in walkout with or you can just eat it in the classroom or wherever your teacher allows you to so amazing thing that she and her principal partners partnered on I mean props to her school to experiment and try and they found that it worked in. Its in its pilot and then her vision was say was to say. I want to give this gift to all hilliard middle schools and high schools so it went beyond her school so she applied to the conference at that point and said at this is my this is my vision but I you know it's going to take resources is going to take help. I can't do this all on my own. And so she started enlisting and sharing her vision with other people she had the platform at the conference to share it with three hundred people who were all encouraging her along and she walked thirty five hundred dollars she was the audience award winner one of the two audience award winners that night and she walked out with a great mentor. And so in the past Let's see we're about eight months out from the last conference. where she he participated she has since then launched five food pantries in five different schools in Hilliard? Oh fantastic she was featured on NBC. Four she's had a chance to experiment not no. She's had a chance to really be living out her passion her dreams and clearly. This is a stepping stone for her to do all kinds of cool things in the future too but it seems like that's a need that exists all around in Columbus in schools on. It's like here's a solution that works and doesn't take a ton of money To start one of these or to keep them running but it does take something and it takes a school partnership and I know there's other community organizations that have gotten behind her as well so props to the whole hilliard community for for getting behind that effort and making it come to life so it seems like there's this element of students who are in the community and they see prom. I'm are experiencing a problem and coming up with a solution for that. But it's the whole conferences about bringing people together to solve that and to give support to those ideas. Yeah one of the very first moves that we encourage our mentors to make after getting to work with the student is to consider their network of people got it because one mentor can't possibly Lamey all the needs of any entrepreneurial You might have the skill set. That's really helpful to that idea. For example one of our mentors last last year is a choir teacher in a middle school. Katie whiting and it happened to be that we already secured her as a mentor. And then the project application that came along was for the Crescendo. Project object which is to do a choir based where you can allow other people who don't have a lot of arts opportunities in their schools to come and get an opportunity like that and learn how to be a part of a team uh-huh and growth and health and well being in the process of all of that so that was just a coincidence. It was amazing. It was amazing and from a faith perspective I was like wow. This is really neat. How how from my perspective guide is leaving a lot of these things together and so I was encouraged by that and so they're going to host an event that has brought together multiple acquires? Here's to Allow this thing to to kind of happen for the first time they have all the passion in the world and energy in the world to change the world which is awesome. We want them to to pursue that And sometimes they've never taken on a project of this nature or this size and so when you have an idea and it's kind of formed or mostly formed uh-huh and then you start to put it into real life you start to realize. Oh they're here's an obstacle. I didn't anticipate here's something new. And and then the mentor is there to help.

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"o2" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on Channel 955

"O2 topnotch party bus and limbo arrive in luxury mojo in the morning on channel nine five miss a day ally kurdi what's the worst thing that you've ever seen that you can't get out of your head i that walking downtown can rapid by the blueberry by dog and i just look over and there was a couple of just having sex in the middle of the day in the grass layover en route and i made eye contact with would like i just walked away i call my boyfriend i was like you said poor you're on that wasn't producer rachel and now not are those nocsa grain rapid algren rapid singer and rapid now app yeah said not legal areas of give give horvoje tomorrow morning at sugarloaf fifa this is the time of year when it's important to understand the dangers of leaving your dog in the car have you ever sat in a car on a hot summer day it is much hotter inside your car than it is outside that's because your car acts like a greenhouse that trapping the son's heat on a mild 73 degree day the temperature inside a car can reach a hundred and twenty degrees in thirty minutes on a ninety degree day it can reach a hundred and sixty degrees in minutes heatstroke income on quickly and result in brain damage and death if you see a dog in a car and as industry hess call local humane authorities or the police are you bringing the dog in the car for you because you want the company or are you bringing the dog in the car because you feel it is what he would want so please remember think about what's in the best interest of your dog and when it's too hot leave him at.

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"o2" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He i was really gives me chills thinking that i was really lucky that that happened to me before he passed away but it was i think the born automate him the he came to this screening of it and then i so we were at the party after was syms onto a crazy when i tell the story he but i know that it's crazy so i'm not like rival the out of touch rents so we are at the party afterwards and somebody summoned me over to different room and said prince wants to meet you and i was like the prince of what and it was like the artists prince so he gave the cast tickets to the show that he was doing at the o2 arena that week i remember that apparently during his show on that tour he will always at a certain song call for the latest come up on stage the ones who were like in the front row were so front row prints concert then we get up on stage and we're dancing with prince which is amazing enough and then he kind of he started playing the opening bar to play that funky music white boy which just the music you kind of recognize as hungry out know exactly but you know that you want to dance to it but he comes up behind me and kind of nudges me and whispers in my ear sing and he like pushes me in front of the microphone yeah i'm getting like flustered just talking about it right now so i do and it's like fifty thousand people in this arena blinding white lights and i'm and i'm like no no i can't i can't i can't and he goes too late and i'm also thinking like when we go this is my rockstar fantasy year i get to saying in poverty other people wait i.

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"o2" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Heat but i know that it's crazy so i'm not like great italy out of touch rents so we are at the party afterwards and somebody summoned to me over to different room and said prince wants to meet you and i was like the prince of what and it was like the artist prince so he gave the cast tickets to the show that he was doing at the o2 arena that week i remember that apparently during his show on that tour he would always at a certain song call for the latest come up on stage the ones who were like in the front row were so front row prince concert then we get up on stage and we're dancing with prince which is amazing enough and then he kind of he started playing the opening bar to play that funky music white boy which just the music you kind of recognize this i don't know exactly what you know that you want to dance to it but he comes up behind me and kind of nudges me and whispers in my ear sing and he like pushes me in front of the microphone yeah i'm getting like flustered just talking about it right so i do and it's like fifty thousand people in this arena blinding white lights and i'm and i'm like no no i can i can't i can't and he goes too late and i'm also thinking like only go this is my rockstar fantasy year i get to seeing in poverty out of the people wait i don't know how to sing and i also don't know the lyrics to this song.

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"o2" Discussed on Lore

Lore

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on Lore

"Others have seen figures throughout the facility one common citing is a man in a white lab code often referred to as the doctor he's been seen in the dining hall and is sometimes accompanied by the smell of freshly baked bread or other food and like many other abandoned hospitals there are tales of a ghostly child who wanders from room to room many visitors claimed to have witnessed the spirit of an elderly woman walking the halls her wrists are said to be chained together with blood dripping from her hands and she calls out to them begging for help the most frightening visions by far though have been the ones with the least amount of detail many visitors have seen what can only be described as shadow people dark clouds that move like humans across open doorways and around the corner is that the ends of halls b shadowy figures almost seem to crawl sometimes on the walls sometimes on the ceiling and while they might not have distinguishable features the always leave witnesses with an overwhelming feeling of dread and fear however spread out across the facility these sightings might be it's still all allied to take in which is why one room in particular is such a powerful location because it's there is so many of these elements all seem to come together countless stories painted as the central spot at waverley hills and it's hard to argue from shadowy figures and visions of a dead woman two other world the voices and cries of anguish room five o2 has it all and there may be a good reason why legend says that a nurse took her own life in that very same room back in 1928 there are a variety of stories about the reasons behind her suicide ranging from hopelessness over an unwanted pregnancy the murder at the hands of one of the doctors whatever the cause might have been or story came to an end right there in room five o2 even the staff it seems could not escape the darkness of waverley hills.

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"o2" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"Uh dr radio has been pre recorded we will not be able to take your phone calls all right dr radio kalesija 560 sixty randy honor vada you are next what's going on sir part of know you have any emissions expert on the day saw now i've got to question is therefore well let's just start off with his advice here okay molly uh i've been told that uh my o2 sensors and catalytic converter need to replace jeanjean lights on and all that stuff so anyway i read about this stuff called tatta clean and i picked up a bottle of it at uh and as soon as it so that get down to almost empty will call the instructions on the bottle but i wanna know you guys have any experience with this stuff and whether or not it actually does any good i name you did so jim it's this is your co so do you have a piece or 420 code yes yeah so um crummy miles around the vehicle uh one thirty two and what kind of what kind of vehicle is it it's always seven suzuki ethics small fourcylinder well um uh i'll just give you the numbers i think statistically you're probably going to need put a can i just going to say but a cat on i wasn't even get i mean jim's much nicer than me that it a hundred and thirty seven on that particular vehicle you can do the cata clean uh but i can tell you right now the cat skin week yeah i doubt that i don't know it depends on what's wrong with the catalyst neil it's possible i suppose in with with the philosophers they talk about possible worlds i suppose possible world where you've got you'll some kinda coating on the catalyst i don't know if you've had any problem with like uh.

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"o2" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on WLAC

"All fifty states siriusxm channel 2 eighteen exim channel two o2 you guys out there get your cable or satellite bill every month ed probably you're a lot like me you just go ahead pay it and you don't even think about how the bill is put together we'll every single channel costs something on your bill that is you pay something for a amc you pay something for the disney channel you pay something for espn all the channels cost something and you don't really think about that because you have this context of oh you understand that you have to pay extra for premium channels whether it's hbo cinemax show time those kind to chan but a lot of you don't think about the fact that you're paying for individual channels as well any espn is far and away the most expensive channel in all of television just sports television all television espn cost over seven dollars a month so if you're listening to me right now that's probably a pretty good deal for you because you're a sports fan but there are roughly eighty seven million cable and satellite subscribers in this country you have espn and pay seven dollars a month or more and a huge percentage of those people never watch if you have an aunt or an uncle or grandma or grandpa or somebody you know and all of us do who live in a household and they just don't care about sports at all they are paying seven times twelve.

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"o2" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"You mouth grass wait give us one day jam against the girls mixed do i mean an esa so complemented o2 successor to brand and everything be a bigger braida mix tapes can only drahm aga i'll tell you i mean a lot ours will come through that i will agree great things from my career but you know at the same time you know it's a new generation and you know with with with items spotify just various platforms like artisanal necessarily come to a dj to you know make a mix tape so you know i mean i i've been venture non various things for years so you know opportunity to become an executive and sars dan i just think it's a natural progression you can't even tell if there was no motive anal mixing on them they not on tapes might be the sound like albums no djs on him anymore i go doug or what is was a mix tape this is the street album now you know i mean and now you can go sullen on atoms so do the same thing nothing's great i mean forever of you look at it i think we can all give a mix of pride bigger business than it ever was and i mean you know on the money humongous and and and so forth so have to go to jail form anymore non even issues now with the clearances and everything yeah i mean they can't be like half we got to get a clear you know but i mean even producers and and various artists understand you know look this is a mix tape you this is you know we do pay people get paid on royalties on the back and so forth so they were still kind of put it out of the fast rate why are they not they are coming full circle because i remember the point on people you give mad at you didn't rep surely now you've got a artist from philly right water like always rep silly well whether you'll do enough up till you added lanta booming right that's all right it feels great that you know i have artist dead from shelby and day is doing the things that he's done lever earshot alozie earlier the right dose of medicine me some referees tragedy what you have regime has story i who's your name was thrown all over the place and.

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"o2" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"o2" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Heard i heard again she's a dawn prayers yet the dow clean well both k book i could get it gone i'll just goes oh i would say without consulting ju vasile south alleged china trying to not at i gotta run elections sameday the un o2 shaved okay okay boucher baby a longsought allergan k c plus the why she got it on safety by goes way ronda rousey these days you won't do much less when our cultures whole jew hours well when when i was the when i was yeah sure did you bush the two the uk shit shape go i already know what i'm about to go with eyes with us you got the mud dokvan coop go not about some look now's net brought been he thought bin let us said get also so goes joe he will tool nso group them in the gulf snuggle stars won't be the two good.

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"o2" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"o2" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Blac chyna reach for span and then panic and the o2 is download an alert and a cheque deliriously acidity swung though block is regarded and that a ring of spam vana's walk and he's bounced out once again span and panic you've been on the basis a lot and they have not touched all plate yet in this game so span will now face the lefty and the pitch in banned shooting up the mental off of rough it it roll storage first and a rental tried to pick it up he's doubles what they had no chance of getting span anyway so span will have a brief roughly got dingdong to looks to be alright that get hit him right on the side of the foot so here's pedak by the way recovered you from our hawaiian airlines broadcast booth the issue didn't know that or may have wanted to know that panic has doubled in a single.

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"o2" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"o2" Discussed on WCTC

"The atlantic legal 2016 all during this series you aside before monday night's ballgame went 1for4 in that game pinchrunner in game one earlier today and now he's getting his first plate appearance in game two thousand off the fastball from actor and it can't stays noballs into strikes dr comes set the o2 fouled off garcia does well to stay alive so the coun older noballs and do strikes it'll be garcia followed by amaral and wetter aj actor trying to work through the third inning here for the somerset patriots it would tie his longest outing of the season the otsu is fell off so garcia now look at it you too much at the plate he says fighting off pitch after pitch try to stay alive so the count holds noballs and two strikes the o2 swung online towards center drifting back is richard city reaches uppity makes the cash waterway away here in the bottom of the top of the third inning that moves back to the top of the order and bo amaral or ball so amaral will step in.

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"o2" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"o2" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Starting wrap up this vision of brewers extra innings here on wtmj the crew gets the win over the reds in walk off passions 6'5 eric sogard does a little bit of everything there in the ten thirteen as he gets the double and he then makes a great decision to break from third on a wild pitch that was not that far from home and it was a it was kind of bang bang play at home on the winning play but after he does all that he spent some time talking with jeff levering five the brewers win this one today and we are pleased to be joined with the man who scored the winning run today eric sogard he joins us from the brewers called thousand kind of a a breath of fresh air after he scored the winning run eric absolutely we knew this one i think i mean even after yesterday making that good comeback weren't able to get the win but to show the heart that we had um come out today continue to fight and till asked out down you know get to win you know something we really need a couple of plays that you were big part of will talk about the double in a moment but the wild pitches scored on its own to you're thinking breaking ball i'm sure do secondary lead was perfect they absolutely i mean i knew he had a big curve ball call and o2 that's the time is going to throw it in the dark side is looking forward able to get a good jump and you're old enough just far enough away to give me there so worked out well the double that she hit leftcenter did you think he got it i knew i had it well i don't hit two may helmet opera so i wasn't surprised when i didn't leave the yard by happy to get on base at the rally gone that's all that matters end up scored the gamewinning run with two outs in and get a win for the crew of muchneeded wanted and during this whole stretch the second half they've been a couple a sixgame losing streak this team has never wavered in their confidence the absolutely and i mean there's a lotta time left now we believe in ourselves and i think this is only gonna make us stronger in the longrun and i.

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"o2" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"o2" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"I was primed for it to suck it was fine now i'm not happy about it i'm not unhappy about it we got some tweets from some folks a thanks particularly to six five o2 chip who sent the leftovers seven unambiguous postfight finale facts from from the various actors you can read through that if you want it's it's basically because it was all somewhat ambiguous it's remains ambiguous because they actors just said what they thought happened which doesn't count for ship so yeah manda there's vulture dot com has a b leftovers ends with no answers but here's one possible theory article which is approximately the length of a the dictionary and i would say you over think things a little bit much people have you haven't seen any of the westworld threads out there if you want to see some people who over think things go check out the westworld threads those people are insane the i void all that sort of stuff so leftovers was fine of whatever i if i could go back in time i would not have wasted by life watching all three at all three series of it uh i would not i would not have started it it was okay i don't mind that i did but i will never ever watch another show by damon led off again ever that's it now i am really really glad i didn't take the your advice at the beginning of this season when it started where you like oh yeah it's crazy she goes to go back and watch him and then you know you can get caught up in what i'm so glad on this one case i did not take your advice i'm glad you didn't to i will still state that there were two episodes that were so frigate out there they were just had safely good so but at the end of the day sound and fury beating nothing because nothing was explained to their you got now there there was one series though that i did take your advice on.

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