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Man United, Juventus, Real Madrid Confirm Super League
"News broke yesterday. That twelve of the biggest teams in europe have signed up for a breakaway super league. Funded by jp morgan. In which six teams from england and three italy and spain will their own competition. A bit like juke. North carolina and kansas announcing a breakaway from much madness in which they guarantee participation every single year and the nomex decision point for european football which will transform the landscape force in large part by american. Ona's along with all the gawks shakes. It's going to create a civil war within the premier league structure. It's almost say it's like a scene from the old scifi show vague where we welcomed the aliens two football teams and they ended up eating all the english people.
Vegan Restaurant ONA Gets Michelin Star in France, a First
"And the bbc's north america data. john sopol reflects on the last four years and a vegan restaurant in the french. South west has one mission star. That makes it. The first step applicant serving only animal free products. In france clare valley launch the arena restaurant near bordeaux in twenty sixteen. It was set up. Thanks to crowdfunding from supporters and alone
Repairing Our Hearts - Healing with the RAIN of Compassion
"Greetings friends welcome back right here now so our second almost full day together and i just wanna star really by bowing to to honor your practice. I felt so much a sense of the sincerity and that presence in space that we're creating together so it's delicious and you know especially in the midst of such a reactive spinning hurting world right now really matters that were coming together. Like this in this relative quiet missino. It's not quiet for everyone. More stillness more connecting with hearts. You know we miss. Oh much when were preoccupied on. We're speeding along on automatic. And you know just reacting to daily stressors. I received an email woman wrote to me about her four year old and she was buckling her daughter. And after you know. Typically hurried morning Two working parents baby young children to different schools. You get the picture and this is what she wrote. She said i noticed my daughter's nails or getting long. And i told her we'd have to cut them tonight and started talking about the other things that we need to happen in the evening. Taking a bath and detangling her curls and she said. Ok mom but let's care about now so i just love that because it's such a beautiful description of our practice carrying about what's here now. So this talk i will be exploring really our primary challenge to this open hearted presence this carrying about now and it happens when now is unpleasant and we have this very deep conditioning. When it's unpleasant as we know to react by pulling away by contracting and also to react by turning on ourselves especially when an emotional pain physical pain is strong and ongoing it often comes a self version and i invite you to check that out. So the title of the talk is repairing our hearts. And if we want to understand how we perpetuate disrepair suffering. We need to begin to recognize in the background of. What's going on the stories that we're telling ourselves in other words we need to see how we move from a fuelling. That's unpleasant to judging it as bad something bad's happening and then moving on even further saying something's wrong with me and it happens very quickly. You know something's wrong. Something's wrong with me and we call it. The second arrow from the buddha's teaching that the first hour is some painful experience and the second arrow. And this is what's critical. Is this slapping on of a story about what's happening. There's a pali word i love. It's papa and it's that chain of reactivity the proliferation that happens so rather than just feeling. Something's unpleasant we immediately start trying to figure it out. Push it away and blame usually and usually we blame ourselves and we ended up solidifying our identity as a flawed separate self in that chain reaction. Now i just want a name. That of course. The story about badness extends to others you know we often blame others and say you're bad and we blame life. Life's bad but deep down if there's any rejecting of the present moment were not liking ourselves. Mistrusting ourselves and in buddhist psychology any moment of resisting. What's right here. A wanting life different is suffer. It could be very subtle suffering because we're in some habitual way of distracting. Our could be very profound but either way when we want life different we cannot inhabit and live from the love and the awareness. That's our true nature. So ona tell you about a friend of mine Some of you might of heard of him. Dan gottlieb. He's a psychologist. He's an author radio host from philadelphia and i interviewed him for my podcast. When he was thirty three he had a very successful career. Family then had an accident that landed him quadriplegic chronic pain so this is almost forty years ago and at first after the accident he wrapped what was going on in many many stories. I'll a terrible life. I can't live with. This is wife died soon after more pain and it landed as a sense of personal badness pain and there's something really wrong with me and life is bad and he started realizing that his stories were what was creating the suffering
How often should I increase my rates?
"So doug asks on cuny wednesday. How often should i increase my rates. Last time doug increases rates it was all over eighteen months ago. So it's in my opinion time to do so. I actually think the maximum time. You should wait before you increase. Prices is eighteen months actually. I think you're just at the point where you really really really should be increasing prices. Especially if you're doing regular work this whole time the value you're giving your customers day in and day out now project after project is getting better and better every day and therefore you should be charging more for the increased value. I want to address A little bit of doug's of raising his prices he does own a ternary his existing customers. Ona discourage them from working with him again. I want to tell you from a customer's point of view. Who hires a lot of freelancers. That hires a lot of employees. If i work with somebody who delivers who. I come back and work with again and again. My biggest concern is not really them. Increasing the prices. My biggest concern is that they're not gonna be able to do. The work might have to find somebody else. That's really my worry paying a little bit more in order to get the same town. Does he get the consistency to get what i expect. Is a very very small price to pay. Many people. Don't realize that from a company's point of you from our point of view consistency is so important knowing what you're gonna get Having expectations and having them fulfilled this is incredibly valuable them so they don't wanna let that go and if you say hey My prices have gone up by raise. Gone up it's not out of this world. You know this is normal. Anybody who believes the service or create any kind of content. You know musician makes more money today than they did. Three years ago because they've gotten better as a musician or an athlete or any kind of professional. Like i mentioned a doctor lawyer. A service provider plumber and again from my perspective as somebody who's hiring somebody to do a service. I'm okay with paying more. If i'm getting good work done. I actually found that higher rates are not discouraging to actually things. I look out for actually want somebody who charges a bit more for example. Your website developers. Somebody comes to me and says hey you know. I charge eighty dollars an hour. You know that might seem expensive. But that person charges eighty dollars. An hour is experienced. The know what they're doing and they're probably going to be able to complete the project faster more efficiently And more accurately than somebody who's charging maybe half that forty dollars an hour depres is going to take a lot longer is going to have a lot more roadblocks and may not be able to do the project as well as somebody who is charging much more so sometimes you actually save money in the long run and serious buyers who aren't so price sensitive are the kind of customers you want to attract so in the long run increasing. Your prices are really going to help you. Increasing your rates so minimum increase their prices every eighteen months. You can even do it every year. But that's kind of my recommendation chain a year eighteen months now how to do this well. It's very simple the next time you engage with customer you can just mentioned it. Hey by the way last time this was my rate since then i've increased my rate. It's currently this over this project. It's going to cost x. Amount of money and stop talking or stop writing a lot of people that go on and on. Is that okay with you. I hope that's okay once you is that okay with you. Ask a question. Is that okay. That is opening up a negotiation. Because they can say well actually you know if you just say it as a fact. This is my right now. This is how much it cost now. And there's no question at the end of it people gonna be like okay. That's what i gotta do now. Many service providers have done a to type pricing strategy to. I think is really good Actually increase the prices for new customers at one rate and recurring customers or a returning customers than others. So for example they'll take their rate in the increase by twenty percent. That's the new price for new customers so people that don't know any better. You know know your first price. Best the price they know and four returning customers. It's fifteen percent and you can mention this to your returning customer. Because a hey buy. New prices are twenty percent higher. My new rate is such and such but I can give you a return customer discount so it will be so so and so it'll be only fifteen percent more the shows that you respect loyalty and appreciate their business and then hey you're giving them a little something special. How much should you increase. Will it depends on how often you increase your rates. Let's say for example you're increasing. Every year i would say no less than five percent and no more than twenty percent any more than twenty percent. Twenty five thirty It becomes a dramatic jump. This is why it's more Advisable to increase their prices every year rather than waiting every two or three years because then the jumps are going to be quite high but even fifteen or twenty percent increase may not seem too high but will make a big difference for you for all your clients so say for example. You're alary fifty dollars. A twenty percent increase is only going up to sixty dollars but across all your hours across all your customers. It makes a significant difference now. One of the things i recommend is when you're delivering the change of rate to are turning customer. You can offer them to lock in a longer term package for example to have you on retainer so say for example you say hey. My hourly rate is now a hundred dollars. is usually increased my rates every twelve to eighteen months. But if you'd like you can lock in this rate for the next two years if you want to. But you'll need to commit to a certain amount of hours on retainer month so you might say i need to have ten hours on retainer every month. That means a thousand dollars every month. That means a twenty four thousand dollars for thirty two years and this can just be a retainer Four any kind of work that they need to do Maintenance work update work and then anything outside the retaining hours you can charge them early at the current rate and people that like to work with you would like to lock in a great rate that they can have and have predictable pricing for the next couple years. This could be done in a very low pressure just by the way. Here's something that i offer and you'll be surprised. How many of your customers. We'll take you up on it. Because people like to save money. People liked to lock in a discount more on today's cuny wednesday but before that. Let me love to sponsor support for today. Show comes from our very own whether ninja looking for a webinar platform to host. You're alive tourelles classes or special events feeling. You're stuck on a never ending journey to find that. Perfect webinar software. That's not gonna break the bank. We get it. 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To sign up for our next live demo. Again that's webinar. Ninja dot com slash workshop to answer. Doug question on cuny wednesday halston. Should i raise my rates. Well like i said you shouldn't wait more than eighteen months. The sweet spot is anything between every twelve and eighteen months and you can increase it as low as five percent up to twenty percent and as long as you consistently do this. Every twelve to eighteen months you'll continue to be able to charge more and earn more based on your increased value.
Families of Negro Leaguers rejoice in MLB's decision to recognize league
"On wednesday. Mlb announced that it was quote unquote elevating negro leaguers. Two major league status within its official historical record which helps explain why google searches for the name. Josh gibson suddenly started spiking. Baseball says it's figuring out how to include negro leagues statistics into its canon of sacred numbers. And there is no resume quite as legendary or as mythical as that of the late josh gibson. The catcher that satchel page once unambiguously deemed the greatest hitter. Who ever lived. So i called up shawn gibson. Josh's great grandson and the executive director of the josh gibson foundation to understand what mlb's decision to elevate his great grandfather means to him. Well first of all. I don't like the word elevating. I think it should be more of a merger because niggly baseball player or major league players as well. So that's first and foremost this. And i want to bid tuesday night as josh gibson's greg grants and i woke up as josh jacobs. His grandson asher to cerebral calls questions about this happened. Literally when people say happen literally overnight it literally happened overnight and to wake up and see that in lobby made the announcement and josh gibson. Now what we consider not just one greatest league baseball players he. He'll be considered one of the greatest baseball players of all time and so for us in our family. It's a great honor. Ona understand josh. What you heard growing up from family from friends about how your great grandfather considered his own career compared to those who had the opportunity who were afforded that opportunity to play in the majors for jars. You know and the other great negro baseball players you know. They knew they were great players. They didn't even know by to tell him that it was just a decision At that time it was in that era. that kennesaw mountain land is denied the opportunity to play in the majors but did not stop him. They barnstorm against a lot of white baseball players. And you know as well as we know. I know is that a lotta times. They beat the white ball players in. So that's something right there. And so when i totally stories just in our family. There's we call josh gibson big josh. 'cause josh gibson junior of course is the sense that you can't say jockey get confused. I wanted to ask you about one of big joshes more famous nicknames. He was called very famously. The black babe. When you hear that sean about your great grandfather how does that make you feel you know. Let's say this bridge. Stevens bakers great grandson. He's one of my good friends. We go back and forth back and forth on this all the time. I didn't know that okay. Tell me about your relationship with him. And what you guys talk about on this regard. That's great so burn. Stevens is bait roof. Great grandson and so we always talked about. You know josh gibson's compared to my grandfather. And i'm like well that's what you but if you ask me about. Bay roof is a white josh gibson. So we go back and forth. Is we always say our people always say Yankee stadium was called the house. Ruth bill in ice t's brent are okay but who hit the furthest home running stadio i give them on that one. Well i mean. I want to even push that. Story further sean. Because i grew up going yankee stadium. He's the only human being to ever hit a fair ball out of the park out of the house. That babe ruth ledley built. I don't want to rub it in his face to. I don't go that far. I just say the furthest rebel. We all know he headed out. The ballpark. we know is over near babe. Ruth kane close no all seriously. I've heard several stories two different stories. I heard it. It's out of the ballpark. Been a heard from some players that hit like the top tier of moammar. So you wrote a piece of the undefeated in august about your grandfather's name being on the mvp trophy. And that may have been unthinkable at one point but now it does feel like there could be momentum towards that. Why is this important to you and your family. Then the peak kinda fell on our lap on. This happened to read an article about terry pendleton barry. Larkin and mike schmidt. Making a case to remove kennesaw Mountains landers name off the mvp award and it gets to okay. Well here at a names that they're considering replacing the name with in his frank robinson branch rickey and go shoot josh gifts literally again on the phone with my board directors. I said listen. We just found herself in a race. Let's see how we can win it so for us. I'm hoping that the vwa taking consideration of this and really think twice when they make a decision to rename this after josh gibson but this mvp war if this may not. The jaw is just about josh gibson. This will carry on the legacy of all the other great players as well. Who were denied the opportunity. So josh gibson is carrying several thousand players on his shoulders but his vp award the page. Family the buck leonard. Cool up a bail family. Turkey stars fan oscar charleston. Family all great players will all celebrate. It'll be named after josh. But every time i speak about this i'll make sure represent all the family members who were denied the opportunity
"ona" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast
"It doesn't it's not that way for me anymore it gives me an opportunity to stop intern to whoever we're with doing this and to explain it Sarah because this is what you're looking for. You're looking for these things to happen. So you can explain it took people of the Jack in the general public debt have never experienced it and I never get tired of giggles doing VP's at night you know trying to talk to somebody anybody somebody yesterday. I'm always like just. Oh. I. Just say goosebumps all over the place then yeah I really enjoy the paranormal. To teach of different aspects of the paranormal to the public and give them a real representation of not something you see on TV that you phone for five to eight days in the same clothes and you calling at one evening. Real, that's not real. I'm giving them real and. They all seem to like it, but you know the shows on TV they're coil if you WANNA laugh whatever. Is Mindless entertainment and. You may get interested in those tiny through them, and if you do the find great, that's educated in the ways of paranormal, the correct way and. Then you have an amazing timing then you can share your knowledge as well. Right and I'm glad you said that because I just recently has Jamie Perkins on. Debbie Perkins, I mentored her for many years. I had her. Actually is one of those asset came to the events to speak. Highlighted other individuals a letter speak and I hired on for paranormal thirteen news special reports in terrible thirteen news is a program that cannot be canceled. Our contract runs out twelve years on the galaxy global television network so. Yeah I know her real. Soon. and. I have to play. That was the first imitation I ever got to come out naturally do ghost investigations. Cool. You GotTa Watch out for her house is haunted. In fact, we were doing the lot when we were shooting that first parental thirteen news. I came up on a game real whole bunch of gear. So she could actually do the on Rome because in order to compete you need things you can't just out on a cell phone whatever but. You really need to have a high Def equipment I have four K. Equipment I left everything. There is a gift that she could continue to thumb, but her house is. Haunted. That's just the way it is is an old farmhouse gorgeous and I've.
"ona" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Your question is how much benefit we received just from kind of a fundamental review of our ABM strategy you know beginning with. Ideal customer profile, and so that's an early step you read all the books and. Always talks about identifying your ICP I and and then really. Targeting those accounts will I had the opportunity to do. A review of our customer base our sales strategy where we're getting most results from sixty four percent of our revenue is coming from customers that had a certain profile and look, but our activity was extending way beyond. That customer segment, and so very quickly we refined our focus and we said we're we're going to focus on these brands and these accounts and vis type of profile within those accounts and marketers you know in demand, GIN, and. The customer journey that are really facing these certain challenges in once we. Redefined for our team, we became much more efficient, much more effective. very quickly. And it was nice to see And frankly I was surprised by how fast that focus became a force multiplier for our team. That is also short lived. So what he do next then you start to build off of that We've we've done things like just review top to bottom things like brand framework are our customer journey. Our buyer journey are different channels within each of those. Are. We measuring correctly. Do have gaps in our measurement. Really kind of just building a strong foundation, but it's surprising to me how effective some of those fundamental activities have been in makes me think about. How important it is to just review and renew those when appropriate. On a fairly regular basis. ONA's switch gears to. Marketing Agency. So. You founded a marketing agency and I'm curious why did you do that? There's very opportunistic. To be honest, we've had the privilege of doing some big projects with a small number. Of Customers and I think that that's been.
"ona" Discussed on Modern Love
"Call the friend. His name came up. Whatever happened with et by the way. She asked. And suddenly words I didn't recognize as my own tumbled out. I told her about the heaviness. I couldn't quite place. I missed him sometimes. Yes, still felt cheated. Yes, food. Yes. But there is something else. I struggled to articulate as she watched me. Patient, open. Listening. Pausing emotions that had existed ONA's masses in my chest was like trying to suppress a gag reflex with the mouth crammed full of marbles. All this time. It had been easy to be angry with him to blame him. His wrongs were obese and easy to label the vernacular for him, and those like him already existed. It was nothing new. But in the end. It was my own feelings of shame. That were hardest.
"ona" Discussed on Modern Love
"Call the friend. His name came up. Whatever happened with et by the way. She asked. And suddenly words I didn't recognize as my own tumbled out. I told her about the heaviness. I couldn't quite place. I missed him sometimes. Yes, still felt cheated. Yes, food. Yes. But there is something else. I struggled to articulate as she watched me. Patient, open. Listening. Pausing emotions that had existed ONA's masses in my chest was like trying to suppress a gag reflex with the mouth crammed full of marbles. All this time. It had been easy to be angry with him to blame him. His wrongs were obese and easy to label the vernacular for him, and those like him already existed. It was nothing new. But in the end. It was my own feelings of shame. That were hardest.
"ona" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"Hi everybody. It's Jill here and I'm here with you L. And we haven't episode today with Dr Patricia. Zurita ONA or DR Z. In she came to talk to me about her new work that is treating teens with obsessive compulsive disorder and we recorded this episode before the pandemic and before we all ended up in Quarantine. And you know so. We're aware that in this current context people's anxiety levels have really increased in certainly those with. Ocd are struggling especially OCD. That's contamination related and so we didn't talk a lot about Specifics around OCD. And the obsessions compulsions. But Debbie is going to be interviewing Dr Lisa coin in a future episode where they will be able to talk about that in this episode though we talk a lot about a novel treatment approach to CD which combines exposure and Response Prevention the gold standard treatment for OCD with acceptance and commitment. Therapy and yell. I'm curious about your thoughts about the episode. I I loved it. I loved the idea of combining the gold standard treatment. That you know. I'm just remembering back to being taught exposure and Response Prevention in Grad School. In how powerful it is to to have that learning happen around areas that create so much anxiety for so many individuals. What's so beautiful? About incorporating acceptance and commitment there be with exposure and Response Prevention in DR Z. Talks a lot about this is that Europeans really hard to do right if somebody's terrified of spiders and you are asking them to draw nearer to spiders expose themselves not to engage in those avoidance behaviors. It's really terrifying. It's extremely uncomfortable. It so AVERSA. An Act really gives people a lot of strategies to ask find values that can carry them through to develop mindfulness and awareness. And so I love the way that she combines them. It's it's such a more approachable treatment. I think when you put those two together yeah absolutely. I agree and I've noticed that with my own clients in my own life as well that anytime you attach values or what matters deeply in your own heart. It increases the willingness to do hard things and I think she does outlined that well and there's a lot of really cool strategies that she talks about in here with a particular focus on the choice point which is a sort of simple not not easy but simple way to think about approaching veered stimuli in a way that's connected to values and that frankly. I use myself lots of times throughout every day. Whether it's based on something fear related or just. You know making a choice. That's either in the service of avoidance or being more comfortable or in the service of my values and being the person I want be so I think people will get a lot out of learning that in this episode alleged but the references in the episode to Man's search for meaning. 'cause he talks a lot about choice in there that you know. The circumstances can be dire but we always have a choice in how we respond and I think you doctors talk a lot about that. The other quote that I love that's quoted in Man's search for many is the Nietzsche quote. He who has a? Why can bear anyhow? And that's really a reference to the power of values. I love that and I think that that could not be more relevant than it is right now as we're all home together struggling through this pandemic and quarantine and knowing that in between stimulus and response there's that place for choice. Yeah and where we're presented with those opportunities to choose based on values many many times throughout every day. Okay well enjoy this episode with Dr Z. Hi everybody it's Jill here. And today I am thrilled to be interviewing my friend and colleague Dr Patricia Zurita ONA or Dr Z. As many call her she's the author of the Amazing New Book the Act Workbook for Teens with OCD. Unhook yourself and live life to the full doctors. E is a licensed clinical psychologist in California. Her clinical work started I as a school psychologist and then as a clinical psychologist. She has significant experience working with children adolescents and adults with OCD trauma anxiety and emotion. Regulation problems doctors. He is the founder of the East Bay behavior. Therapy Center a Boutique therapy practice where she runs an intensive outpatient program integrating acceptance and commitment therapy or act and exposure and response prevention or EERP. Her clinical work is dedicated to helping all her clients to get unstuck and live the lives. They were meant to live welcome Patricia. Thanks so much for coming on. Thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be chatting with you today. Good I'm excited to be chatting with you too so we heard your your bio just there but I'm wondering if you could start by telling us a little bit more about yourself and specifically I'm interested in your background and what led you to a career focused on the treatment of OCD. And I'll add one other thing too that too as you seem to have this dual expertise where you're doing. Ocd anxiety trauma but then also emotion regulation in DVD. So I'm in how you kind of landed in both of these areas That's a great question so one of the things that happened to me out fest. Nationally is that I had my first funding attack in my early twenties when I was driving on the freeway and I actually had that intrusive image. I saw myself dine at accident. Unluckiest hyperventilating I. Hold up will really really hurting car And I really had experience with something so uncomfortable on the field I was electrified with see it about this match dine since then since very early unsightly has more indifferent wasting my life. I had few civil making mistakes. Few seductress Indus- rights pioneer few savall public speaking about making the financial decision. So I've seen in my life. I have to lead to over coal own relationship with seer and just really led to make room for fear and do the things are really important to my heart Some coming from a place of speaking from the inside out about how it means to be paralyzed when you're stuck with fear professionally. I was very fortunate that building by Doctrinal Training. I bump into my mentor. Who became a long life friend? Mark McKay and he is very passionate about working with emotional. Rela- Sean Complex presentations. So over the years working with him. That's how I developed expertise. It was through my work in collaboration with him to defend projects that we did together however the evolution of my clinical work has gone from working on emotional regulation through fear basis struggles which is really what. I relate a lot whether that's working with class with social anxiety. Chronic Warri Analysis analysis people that get stuck making a decision. I've seen my heart has slammed. There was a thing in some way a natural evolution from approaching agenda emotional relation problems or a start of his by multiple emotionally states to these particular needs of. How are we responding to fear? So that's it'll be the sequence of the huddle might training and the last I would say only. Maybe ten years have been really focused on that just working more with how relevant to seared warriors when society to obsessions and building more expertise on that particular area Will you seem to have a special place in your heart for? Ocd specifically in this work book. That you've written is fantastic and it clearly shows your your passion for treating. Ocd AND FOR HELPING TEENS. Who HAVE OCD. Is there anything specific bow treating OCD? That you find particularly inspiring or I always joke. I'm also an anxiety expert and I always joke. That anxiety gets my heart beating slight dorky. Mom Joke this is there anything about. Ocd that you feel specifically drawn to Ya. Thank you for asking that question and I seen one of the things that we know so far. Is that when a person gets stat would panic? Attacks of with social anxiety usually takes one to two years to ask for proper shit to go to fed up when a person gets stuck with those TV. But looking at eight to ten years of really suffered under Successions before asking for health and I have witnessed that many times in my practice. I'm sure you have seen the same so how. Ocd GETS UNDIAGNOSED AND PIEDS professionals were doing our best to share about the effective treatments. Were still have a large number of people that they don't know that is struggling with OCD. And they go into massive degrees of avoidance or massive copying transfers replace sods trying to amd are from Google biofeedback trying to set up an all types of interventions they simply Divorced so for me. That was one of the things that I've witnessed firsthand. Manic nations house today can be really paralyzing person's slide to the phone that makes an doubt. Would they are riot? Do they really mean that? They have hidden intentions. Is there something back within themselves? And that's really really think heartbreak him. I have seen that with kids with those working so I think that the agree engage. Osteopathy can severely affect vessels lies It's really Humongous a nice thing that we always have to do a better job. Disseminating sharing information about what the is not whether social media has to realize I relate to that so much and I think one of the most heartbreaking things I see in my own practice is when people come with. Ocd similar to what you said where they've had Actually harmful pass therapy experiences. But the thing I see specifically is people who have harm. Ocd where you know. They're afraid that they're either going to have an impulse to hurt themselves or to hurt someone else or they may have an impulse to engage in inappropriate sexual behavior with a child or a family member that when a get really brave and confessed these really difficult thoughts to providers who aren't really educated in what. Ocd is there misunderstood as being suicidal or being a danger to other people and it's just so incredibly damaging that the pain that these folks are struggling with already on their own and then they trust and open up share these obsessions and then essentially are misdiagnosed by people who don't understand so it's a cause that's very close to my heart to is trying to get more information and education out there and and we've actually had a number of people reach out to the podcast requesting more Episodes that are specific to see so. I think people are going to be really happy to hear from you. I really relate to experiences your shit. I appreciate the effort you guys are going to with their about effective intermissions photo CD Eighteen I encountered last empty in a couple of weeks ago. Client of mine asked me about if changing the Diet also the team will alleviate the. Ocd seemed Tom. And even though we do our best to disseminate effective interventions there is a lot of just really non everything stays information out there and for some reason something people get access to them so I think the more that we do what works the less harm unless it's people are going to have absolutely and especially when we have such powerful treatments I mean. Ocd is one of the things that psychotherapy treats the most effectively when evidence based methods are used so along those lines exposure and response. Prevention are EARP. He is considered the gold standard treatment for OCD. Because it has the most research to support that it works well to treat OCD. And you did something really cool with this workbook you combined traditional Rpi with acceptance and commitment therapy so one thing. I'm curious about if we know Europeans a strong treatment. What motivated you to combine it with act but before we go there maybe you could break down the treatments a little bit for any of our listeners who may not be well. I and OCD or Erp or act. Can you just talk a little bit about? What is European? How does it work? And maybe briefly about act. I think most of our listeners Have a fair amount of knowledge about act and then we can talk about what motivated you to combine the two so when I think about exposure response prevention F. B. I am thinking about helping plans to approach any particular situation activity object or special that afraid off and they have been avoiding or there have been engaging compulsions so either P is definitely a goal standard of treatment with no. It works on. It's really about helping people again to get in contact with what has become adversaries. Stimuli you've developed exposure hierarchies and you're keeping track all people's levels of anxiety through the course of treatment and between sessions and when I think about act I am thinking about an approach that this evidence base with a lot of science behind but a- In the nutshell helps to figure out what mothers to do. What mothers and to make room for all the yuckiest stuff? I'm north that's of experiences. That may come along when you do.
"ona" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"Where would you like them to do so that they can get you know they can get on board with the comic book and Learning and growing with you if they want to get some expertise some knowledge of growth? What can they do? Contact me the first Volvo my website Queen of the paranormal dot com. And read about me first and see what I have done and to see if maybe you could fit into that and if I can help you on your first and then if I can't just write to me and I do read the mail. My daughter does too so it's it's significant as his show. Whatever hailing your boobs? Forget it but you know there are some great email and I try my very best to everyone. So that'd be the best way. Clean powerful calm and from there you can get. All the social media sites weather safe spoke twitter instagram and get involved in all those sites. I absolutely love it. Thank you for everything that you're doing to help everyone with all of the challenges that they have the children for their growth in protection and for coming on the show and sharing that with us today. Thank you and thank you for having me and I like to rescue dogs love animals. Ethel another thing when I go to the I. Events I take a certain percentage and I got a food pantry or game human animal shelter and get things off of a wish list or or just the money so I'm always involved in Paying back our communities and can be innocent. Animals today should be hurt so we need to help them to. This is really exciting. You have so much to offer. I don't know where you get your energy from. What do you do? I I absolutely love what I do. I'm Katie and I raise my kids to sway an racing. My grandson my daughter this way. And and it's it's nice to be able to show them that. Helping people can be extremely rewarding and helping animals. People really do appreciate kindness generosity. Not everyone's in Ideo. Are you know I'd like to square it all like that just recently? I was asked by David Soccer. He Samir Jan. Tv Music Network. If I put together a video promo for. He's working with star made lied For Hamas benefit. It's the telephone happening on this November seventeenth Sunday. And I'm not going to be there. I have a super mega fest. Which is on the Convention? I'm going to be able to put together a hot for that huge. I was amazed I did it for free. I could a charge. I said now because we're giving were able to help the people from the Bahamas. This is one of we get a star studded yes the latch people that will be there taking calls and giving money providing entertainment and those that jobs should be within. I finished by just tweaking. Suck websites on it. Exciting helping people getting to know people and they know you're you're you're trustworthy at rather work with you in somebody else. I don't give lip service at all. I actually say what I'M GONNA do am. I do see I have the same Cassian for people in that is what is the driving factor in. So you love what you do and you have a passion for it. That's that's where you get your energy and it's there it's not work it's just a it's just a love is not worth it it is you do is yeah is and I can't think of a more rewarding passion than to take the knowledge I have in the paranormal turn that into the positive energy and then pushed into future for future generations helping people along the way and I know a lot of people think oh you know don't Douay help is very rewarding it truly is a I don't do it for the thank. Yous I could care less about that. I just do because for me personally. It's the right thing to see active. I feel the same way I feel the same way you can't. I don't want your money I don't need the thank you. It's just it's just what you do. I get it. People know that and were guess out and you got a problem or meet up you know. Eat or solution They contacted me. I have lots of people. I do a lot of private events for celebrities and we're at the point now doing for so many years we don't even have an NDA assign you just do it. They know Malcolm saying and asset and I've worked with many politicians before and same thing with the ghost hunting. Ed We don't just sign anything. Nothing said in. It's it's a everyone's interested in the power woman and it's nice to be trusted and known for your work and your ability and put a product together. People see this is fantastic. Well I wanNA thank you again your credibility your expertise. All of the things that you're doing is absolutely amazing. You're very unique. And that's what got the hall of fame at. This is just amazing anybody who wants to connect with federal shake you can queen of the paranormal dot com. Where excited with all of the things that she has upcoming. Watch for the postage stamp getting contact with follower and social media checkout on celebrity dot media. You've got to trigger E. She's all over the place and there's more to come lots more to come all stuff. We didn't touch yet. I I WANNA have you back on the show because there is a lot more that I wanNA cover and we just were out of time unfortunately but there is so much more to cover so I got to have you back on here pretty soon all right thank you thank you thank you thank you. Thank you very much and thank all of you for tuning in to another episode of Rebecca Sounds Reveille. This has been really exciting because as you know I have a passion for helping and there's been so much content in this it is going to really change lives if you take a hold of what the tools were that were here today..
Should You Sell a White Labeled Product?
"A few years ago. White little products were very very well known a very popular in low and products like an e book or even a video. Course you could buy a white label course on how to use word we're press and you can rebrand this course and sell it on your own site. But today there are higher end products bigger businesses software products that you can buy I as a white label product rebranded and Silla as your own product. Now for many people this is actually a really good fit. Because they're like I like to market select to find good solutions for my customers and I got a really strong following. got a really good sense of brand. But I don't want to deal with the headaches of building a product or maintaining it or or inventing something new that are not sure it's GonNa work or not so many people will go into the white label business. But today ONA outline the pros and the cons to starting a white label business or product. Let's start with the pros number. One there is very low overhead when you're selling a white label product often the product itself. If you're going to buy outright is not too expensive in terms of an investment if you decide to sell a white label software often it costs nothing to get started or maybe very little and in the ongoing fees depending on what packages your customers by are quite reasonable. So you're you really must paying for a law so in the software example you're not paying for server spacer employees or developers or any of this stuff. This business creates the product maintains the product keeps it running and you resell it under your name so really all your expenses is really to sell this product to market it. There's some other expenses we'll talk about but overall the overhead costs Are Pretty low at a comes to a white label product. Second pro product. Business is very quick to start. It's very easy to get started. It's very fast. Some white label products even come with marketing materials. A website template so you can build your storefront. You're not actually creating the product doc. So that's GONNA save you a ton of time so like theoretically you can launch very successful White label product or by product business in a matter weeks so if you're itching to get started with a business this is a good one because then take long to launch it. The third pro is I believe white little products. If they're good good products are a great way to get an MVP under your belt a minimum viable product. If you're interested in getting into a genre type type of business the so you want to start selling information products. It's really quick and easy way for you to validate. Do you WANNA be in this business. Is this something you WanNa do. Does my audience want this type. Of course this is problem exists. I'm trying to solve the problem. Doesn't exist in the first place if you're going with a white label Software this allows allows you to understand what selling softwares like or having a software business with actually starting from scratch so is a great way to get your feet wet in business and have minimal. Viable product really really quickly. The thing is is that you can always start with a while ago product and then change into a product. You critter yourself you still own the users you still have that list when you have customers that save for example you're selling a little product and you have five hundred customers that bought that that That product you may want to upgrade that product Arctic to something that you created yourself down the line after you've said Yep I love this kind of business is a great business. I want to build something for my own. You can always do that version. Two is your own thing. It's the oil product anymore. All right those are the pros. Let's talk about the cons number one most white little products that do not come with support so if your customers have an issue issue with the product of a question you need to build your own support team. This means your support team or you. Who's going to be doing? The support needs to contact hacked the owner of this product. The whiteley will the parent product. When there's a problem that they need to fix a bug or an issue or mistake if you can't fix if you can help the customer directly directly like user error you're going to need to get in contact with that company and if their support is responsive it's going to be a chain reaction in in terms of delays so if it takes a couple of days for them to get back to you then you're gonNA have to get back to them and get back to the customer all that kind of stuff right so it's a little touch and go with supports? That's why it's so important to get a solid product if you're going to white label because you're GonNa have to support these customers. The customers don't know the parent company. They know you your brand. They bought it from you so they need support for number two. You don't own the IP right. You don't own the intellectual property of the actual product most white label products. Don't give up the IP meaning that if one day you WANNA sell your business the actual software or the actual product is not really for sale. Because you're being licensed to use it the business around it. Yeah you can sell the systems and the customers and all that kind of stuff you know the user base the revenue. You're making that's all by Your Business. The actual intellectual property is not yours because it belongs to the company releasing from in the third one which is probably the biggest challenge is you can't change the product you can improve it you can add to it like say for example you have a course product or a content product. You can add videos you can shoot that yourself or you can add live calls But say for example as a software product. You can't add features to this offer. Only the people that actually run the software the the the parent company can do that if we go back to the subway sandwiches sandwiches a metaphor subway gives you a menu. These are the type of sandwiches you're going to create here the ingredients. You can't just invent your own sandwiches are selling it. That's against their policies and that's not a subway sandwich so some people might think is not big deal. I don't need to do an extra work. Why would I want to do that? While you're GONNA get customers emailing support asking for a feature asking for for an upgrade asking for a change of Ui and you're going to have to just say thanks for the suggestion and you really can't tell them a time line or anything like that. We can't make any promises. Mrs Of changes. Because you don't know will be changed. You can make a suggestion to the parent company to the parent product owner but there are no promises. You're not the person that invented this product or created. This product owns products. That you really can't change the product itself. Now do I think white label products are good idea. I do think there are good idea. Actually think they're a good business business model if you're looking for to start your first or second or third business you're looking to make some revenue looking to make some money you want to you know maybe Learn on the job and learn in how to be a successful entrepreneur. And you don't want to deal with so many spinning plates you just want to deal with the sales and marketing side. This is a good idea. I do say you have have to find a really good product product solid. That's well known that's Tested that works. Well that has results because this is going to save you a lot of headaches and the long term You want a product where the team is very sponsors. You can ask questions and get help for your
New coronavirus may have started in bats. But how did it hop to humans?
"Now I this week. An update on the emerging edging viral infection from wounds city in China. The disease was first picked up by Chinese authorities right at the beginning of December and the source appears to be food market in one in city. The virus itself is a newly identified member of viral family called Corona viruses. Chris recently spoke to epidemiologists. Neil Ferguson from Imperial College London did the severity of disease varies from person to person gets it all the way from very severe. Some that's have been Cosi fall to Tur- PARENTI really quite mild. We just don't know at the moment how most people are getting infected decreasingly. It looks like human-to-human transmissions uh-huh playing a more important role. This story is moving so quickly that back when we spoke to Neil there were only a few cases confirmed outside China. Chris as rural adjust yourself can can you give us the update. What's happened since then? What we've now learned fill is a bit more about what this agent is? We know it's a member of the family. vars is known as CORONA ONA viruses infect humans naturally but they also infect lots of other animals too and they fall into three sub families Alpha Beta and gamma and this viruses in the beater beater corona virus group of viruses. And why that matters is that there's a close relative of this virus could saws which some listeners will remember was is what emerged from China under extremely similar circumstances in two thousand to two thousand three and spread around the world infected about eight thousand people it caused about eight hundred through deaths in more than fifty countries. This new virus is about ninety percent similar to solve when we've read the genetic code for it and because of the connection to this food market. We know that there was a probably under the counter. Trait going on an illegal and other wildlife species in that market so what scientists is suggesting is that probably a consignment of animals. Most likely bats were brought to that market those bats infected you the humans directly or an intermediate hit animal and the intermediate animal has become very infectious and then pass infection onto people and we're now seeing is on with transmission because we've got what evidence. This virus is spreading from people who caught it into other people who had contact with those people. Those were some pretty scary figures. Obviously that you just mentioned mentioned for SARS eight hundred out of eight thousand cases. Is this new virus from what we can tell so far as dangerous and will it spread as widely. Do you think overall the number of people dying is not as high as it was for Saul's which was about ten percent seems to be about five percent also the people who are succumbing to this this many of them vulnerable already. They are elderly or they have other health problems but it is early days and that could change because the other thing about these viruses is they can mutate they finding a home now in a new host and that is us and there's every reason to be suspicious that as they learn to live in their new home. They're going going to change genetically and that will rewrite the rules of the ball game and do you know how many people roughly have been affected. So far we're very reliant on data eighty two from China. Now you take that with a pinch of sold because we know that when Saul's happened in China China knew about that for many months before they told the rest of the world and let's properly past the reason why SARS managed to gain such a toehold and spread so far before it was clamped down on. They have been more open and they have been more transparent with this outbreak. Big But at the same time you always have to be cautious about just swallowing the figures that are passed to us. We know now. They're talking about thousands of cases that they have confirmed in China but when one looks at the news of what's happening in China and you see lockdown of entire areas of the country and them saying we're now going going to build a new hospital with a thousand beds in it and we're going to do it in two weeks now that's a major undertaking and that suggests that that very concerned obviously some some of the people listening to our show will fit into those categories that you mentioned earlier people more risk may be people who are older. How worried should they be? Even if they live. Nowhere near China. Well I think one should never be complacent with an emerging infection because this is something which has never circulated in the human race before no one is immune immune to this and it is a moving target could mutate. It could change so one has to be very cautious about saying it's going to be terrible but one shouldn't be complacent and say it's probably going to be fine. What we can say is a we know about it? Be We know that we can make vaccines against agents like list because as an experimental vaccine that his work against the Middle Eastern Korean virus. So I think given that we're watching for it and we all quite well prepared. I would say I would reassure people but at the same time. Don't take it for granted. We've also had a question in in from a listener for you. Chris Jim Hungerford sent us this. Hi Chris always wondering about the house zero for the new corona bars. How can that be measured as a single number? When would've thought a very dramatically depending on the particular situation like if people are crowded together or if they're particularly susceptible because of the weather etcetera many? Thanks what's he talking about. What an RS zero zero stands for the reproduction number in other words when a person is in the community and they're effective with something how many new cases of infection will lay 'cause as a direct consequence of having the infection if the number is greater than one that means? The outbreak is going to increase. Because for every case there's going to be more cases than you started with on the other hand if the number is less than one the infection is going to dwindle handle and it would just fizzle out. Also if every infected person infects to other people than are zero equals to correct. So do you know anything about what it is for this. Wuhan Corona Virus. And we don't and the reason we don't know is because it's early days the data Apache and they're going to be based on certain geographies in China and the point in that that Jim is making his question. Question is surely there's going to be different parts of the world with different populations and the Vars who behave differently when we talk about making these are north values. We're talking about an average so we would see how this thing performs as we gain more understanding. We would compute more accurate all north value for measles for example. You're into double figures that's one of the most infectious viruses ours. Is We know saws. It was down you know. Single figures may be between one and five. It was very low. Flu is about five on the bad here and so therefore we're looking at a number which is probably going to be down in those low numbers I would say based on the trajectory. This thing appears to be taking but it is early days and that's just my speculation finally got a quick take home a message for someone who's seen a lot of news about this virus and isn't quite sure what to make of it. If first of all I wouldn't panic. And secondly I also wouldn't waste your money on a face mask unless unless you're GONNA go and buy one of these proper fit tested. P P mosques which forms of proper seal around your nose mouth and you're gonNA wear eye protection and the as nonprotection matters is because your tear duct straight into your nose when viruses. That loud on your is if they can't infect your is they can still drain into your nose effect you via that route so don't waste money and one of these dopey facemasks going by pints of lager and sit in the pub. It'll cost you probably less. It'll protect you from the virus equivalency will and you'll also enjoy Komo that's advice I can appreciate thank you Chris and we'll be sure to keep everyone posted as the story
"ona" Discussed on Millennial Money
"Saved to prepare for those those situations similar issue with 401k. You're thinking about long into the future and that's really really hard to do. Especially when you're young. millennials are in their twenties to mid thirties. I remember when I was in my mid twenty s and I've said I don't think there's really any difference between millennials my generation except that they have better technology. Has There's better toys so that doesn't mean I can't play with those toys now to have all of the text out but I in life you know it's hard to think about where we're going to be in twenty or thirty years and so looking at 401k. Making sure that if you're working with a company that offers a match which that you take advantage of that match for your contributions especially if they're pre-tax because that's free money and it can mean a a huge difference in where you are in terms of saving for retirement in the next twenty or thirty years so really important. Think ahead and in the years of good time to do do that yeah. I'm a big fan of free money so I'll go. Yeah I'll take anybody's free money. So the Lar- last step step Panera. Five is financial holiday bliss and there are so many different tips that I think we could go over for this one but tell me a little little bit about. How do we have? That ultimate financial holiday lists are there things we haven't talked about that. Maybe we should be thinking about all. I know. There's so many things you can do and maybe a bit too late this year but if you start your holiday planning and shopping on January the Second X. of two thousand twenty you may be able to save. Money will along the way throughout the year. You can reduce the holidays stress that comes around in the following year. Because you're not running around trying to find that perfect gift you've already done that in theory but we also may see things like holiday bonuses genesis that. Come along caution people not to budget on a bonus. Because you don't know if you're going to get it you know so that that's that's a concern you feed the bonuses and there. You shouldn't have it as part of your budget. You know a a bonuses Kinda like free money but use it for things that are going to be beneficial official in the long-term put in savings use it to pay down existing data Can Reduce those credit card debts that you're going to recoup that bonus ONA's savings very quickly in reduced interest rates and lower fees and all those sorts of things you know. Make sure that you're preparing for the future. Use those those funds to plan ahead and it will help the next year be much more stress free or at least reduce stress holiday season. And help help. You have a better brighter financial future..
Verdugo's HR in 11th gives Dodgers 2nd straight walk-off win
"The dodgers walked it off for victory. Homerun to win for the second straight night, Matt bady last night, rookie Alex Verduga tonight fact bady at three this evening, including the tying single in the eighth inning, the dodgers record fifty three and twenty five this year. This was their fifth straight win in eleven innings five four over Colorado in the late games. The giants lead five four at Arizona bottom of the fifth. There's Ona's lost five in a row at Texas at six five. Rangers over the White Sox in the bottom of the eighth inning, the Yankees won their eighth straight. Beating Houston seven five stroz had lost seven in a row. Miami defeated Philadelphia five three while the Braves won again. Phillies have lost
Phoenix police release video of alleged shoplifting that led to standoff
"News coming up, Phoenix. Maybe one of the safest places to be right now, because of who's in town, but I looking at the video the officers extremely agitated. The language is extremely outdated. That's why Phoenix police chief and the mayor will be talking face to face with residence tonight about the latest allegations of excessive force by officers its top story. And here's Jamie west Phoenix police chief, Jerry Williams hopes community meeting this evening, will begin the healing process after the national controversy surrounding video showing officers pointing guns and shouting profanity's at a family during a shoplifting call. There are a lot of new developments. We begin live with KTAR, Jim cross, Jimmy. A lot of people expected to be a pilgrim respite church tonight, fourteenth street in Jefferson starting at six. The doors open at five. It's expected to last for several hours. The next Merrick geigo police chief, Jerry Williams will be there. The public's concerns Williams joined Ona's morning news yesterday. The one person in. Our community who doesn't feel safe when engaging with the police department, we have to work to that do also wanna remind folks, though, twenty nine hundred this need your support still of the community twenty nine hundred still go out and do an amazing job to everyday offense. Police have released store surveillance video the shoplifting incident eventually led up to the situation between the family and police captured on citizen video at an apartment complex. You can see that at KTAR dot
Proposed Fiat Chrysler/Renault Merger Could Upend Auto Industry
"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily. Happy monday. Everyone put together businesses on four countries in three continents. In what do you have a merger, so massive? It could up end entire industry automaker Chrysler maker of Jeep Dodge Ram and Alfa Romeo vehicles proposed just such a merger to Renault last week. The offer comes after Fiat Chrysler spent years courting other potential partners, including Ford, Volkswagen, and even General Motors. Should the deal go through, it would make the merged company, the third largest automaker in the world following Toyota and Volkswagen? Currently General Motors holes that third-place lot Fiat Chrysler, is seven, the story is a dramatic when almost fit for a movie it involves the son of Italy's richest man, the arrest of a CEO, the death of another and even the president of France now, bear with me here while I untangle it for you. Fiat UC used to be enormous at one time it produced up to seventy percent of all of Italy's cars, its, owner was Playboy's, Yanni Anneli, who was so wealthy in powerful. He was considered the uncrowned king of Italy. According to the Wall Street Journal in nineteen Ninety-seven and yell. He's twenty one year old grandson, John Elkin joined the family business, but FIU, had weakened considerably by two thousand three Fiat was in enormous debt, then Johnny Ellie died, leaving the young L. Con in charge of an ailing empire Elkin convinced his family to increase their investments and bailout Fiat. He also hired a new CEO Sergio Marchi ONA who turned the company around in twenty eleven Fiat was strong enough to acquire the bankrupt Chrysler although successful Marchiani had a reputation for being a brutal negotiator, a reputation that quashed potential mergers, he died last year leaving the diplomatic Elkin in charge. And that opened up the merger possibilities. Meanwhile, Renault has had its own share of drama Renault his long been in an alliance with Nissan, but that alliance has been shaky since the Japanese arrested alliance. EEO Carlos Goan last November on suspicion of financial crimes Goan has denied the charges. Fiat executives say the two companies would share infrastructure and technology, but would not close plants or fire workers, French in Italian unions would have protested layoffs. The Wall Street Journal reports France owns a fifteen percent stake in Renault. The proposed merger is so delicate that Renault ran the idea by French president Emmanuel Macron, mccrone gave his blessing. Renault has responded to yachts bid with interest. The deal comes at a time when every major car company is developing, or already selling electric vehicles, and many have autonomous cars in the lab or on the drawing board carmakers need billions of dollars to develop driverless vehicles one factor prompting off. Oh, exacts to combine their resources. But analysts say a global marriage this complicated could take a year to put together and some observers warn that what looks good on paper can be extremely hard to pull off after all merging technologies is one thing merging personalities and cultures. That's something else in tirelessly. From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, if you like our show, take a second to give us a five star rating and review on apple podcast. Would you. It helps people find it. Thanks a lot. I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow.
Trump, family arrive in Britain for state visit
"Queen, Elizabeth, another members of the Royal family will greet the president at Buckingham Palace. Visit starts with a full ceremonial. Welcome from the British Royal family, the president will inspect the God of ONA deck in full British military regalia before there's iconic. Royal gun salutes fired to mock the occasion, the Queen will then take the Trump's for a private lunch at the palace. All this ahead of a sumptuous banquet, Monday night, both the Queen on the president to make speeches at the dinner, but one notable, absentee duchess Megan still on maternity leave in Windsor. Well we've got a little controversy to begin the trip. The president started missing off by insulting the mayor of London. Hey rip mayor. Study. Con in a pair of tweets says Air Force One was about to land. The president tweeting Sadique Khan who by all accounts have been a terrible job as mayor of London has been foolishly nasty to the visiting president of the United States, by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom. He's a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London. Not me. Trump then tweeted that con- reminds him of New York City, mayor Bill de Blasio, he called dumb and
AP finds 13,000 asylum seekers on border wait lists
"I the border patrols latest numbers. Jaw-dropping? We must maintain the ability to deliver consequences or we will lose control of the border. That's our top story. Here's Jamie west. Arizona's immigration crisis. The number of border crossers taken into custody last month is the highest since two thousand seven with no signs of slowing down KTAR. Jim cross begins. Our live team coverage with the latest stats German one hundred ten thousand people apprehended the word last month of seven thousand more than in March border patrol chief Carla provost testified before a Senate committee yesterday says agents are overwhelmed about forty percent are now just focused on the humanitarian crisis cannot address this crisis by simply shifting more resources or building more facilities. It's like holding a bucket under a faucet. It doesn't matter. How many buckets you give me if we can't turn off the flow while the majority of the operations are asylum seekers from Central America. She says not all they've arrested thirty five hundred people with gang affiliations and criminal records of the past few months and assaults on agents of by twenty percent live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. And I'm KTAR Jeremy foster on a Senator Martha mcsally just told Ona's more. News. Those apprehension numbers will continue to get worse. If congress doesn't act I working with the White House, Senator Lindsey Graham, we are going to have some loophole clothing legislation. But I recommend we swift. We bring to the floor, and we need to have pressure on the other side of the aisle. We need sixty votes says Democrats continue to hold things up, and it's going to take the American people calling in pressuring them to take action before
The End of An Era for Odd Lots
"Odd lots with the end of odd, lots odd lots or another way of looking at it is it's the thoughts odd lots. All the way down just before we freak. Everyone out is out. Lots coming to an end. I'm not. No, okay. This is not the end of the ALDE lots podcast, as we know it. It is. However, I'm relieved. Yes. It's good for both of us. It is however the episode in which we discuss the possible end of odd lots trading as we know it. So this is something we've never really talked about. I don't think which is where our name of the podcast comes from. I'm not sure we've ever even broach that headway. No, I think we just sort of threw it out there and started recording. But for those people that don't know all bought s-, it, it's basically a term that describes a order for stocks or bonds of an unusual size, basically often. It's it's small orders of bonds or stocks and up. So it's like if you were to place an order for I don't know nine hundred thirty seven shares of company or something like that something weird. That's not the normal increments. That would be an odd. Lots something irregular. Okay. Yeah. Exactly. And from what I remember we chose the name. Well, we are looking for something. Catchy. And I thought all bought boughts also sort of described the ethos of the podcast in the sense that we cover a lot of slightly random ground. Sometimes right store. That don't typically quite fit perfectly into the overall market themes, because of course, stories that fit nicely into the overall market stories are covered in pretty pretty nice depth, anywhere. I'm thinking, you know, back to our old days of like studying the talking about the cattle market, for example, you know, doesn't quite a fit into typical markets reporting. No, there's not enough cattle market coverage. That's for sure offficial bubble. That's right. But the reason we are actually finally talking about audits themselves is because there's been a little bit of news on this front few weeks ago. Bloomberg actually reported that I think it was J P Morgan and Citi group were shutting down there ought lots trading desks forever. So a big change for the lots market so to speak, right? So capital odd. Lots is staying but lower Keizo odd, lots appear to be on their way out. Or if lease you know, people are still going to be making purchases and random increment. But the idea of a specific desk devoted to them. Those seem to be on the way out, and we wanna know what exactly. And we actually have the perfect guest to explain exactly what is happening. He's a recurring ought lots guest of formerly at Goldman Sachs. Mr Chris white now CEO at Bonn, click enviable markets. Thank you so much for coming on again. It's my pleasure. I want to ask though before we get started by the first three time odd, lots guest. You might be. Yeah. We've had a number of two-time guests. I think you are the first three time. I was told by your producers that there would be something for me. So I'll be waiting after the show. I think it's called the Steve Martin award AGIP especial jacket. Exactly. Well, I'm thrilled to be here. Actually, a true fan of the lots podcast. You got a couple of of my all time favorite podcasts in your catalog. Particularly the one that you did with the Andrew low at the adoptive podcast was awesome. And then just so listening to the origin story of how you came up with the name fascinating for me as a true fan. But I'm happy to do. I think I've been brought in to the designated hitter. When it comes to talking about innovation and credit. You were invited. On today's episode talk about the end of odd lots that we were going to be doing some sort of retrospective. And yet you're actually going to talk about the end of the podcast. Okay. Absolutely. And I'm not embarrassed to say that I received an Email from your producer saying we want you to talk about the end of odd. Lots and I replied, and I said, I'm really sorry that the show is going away. Thanks for having me on the farewell and news like I don't know what you're talking about. But as you could see the title ended up odd lots for this for this one does sound like you guys are closing up shop, and I'm so glad to hear that it's still going on. And I'm also glad to clear up. What I think is a misconception about what's happening without lot. So let me know when you guys want to get into it. Let's do it. Okay. So the the articles or the the recent news items around the closing up of desks J P Morgan Citi are not that they're going to stop trading odd lots anymore. They're actually doing something that Goldman did think probably about two or three years ago, which is really take. The human element out of lots trading in the corporate bond space, and to to further add to your description, Tracy and online, I would say in the corporate bond market not allowed lots of created equal. We would consider there to be a odd. Lots and then micro lots which would be really anything below. Let's call two hundred bonds or two hundred thousand notional so they're sort of an in also sort of changes, depending on what your trading, and and really what you look at is the trade size relative to the outstanding size of the bond is going to determine whether it's an odd. So anything below a million in investment grade is generally considered an odd, blah, but anything below five hundred thousand in high yield is generally considered not line. So before we jump into this ONA, make sure that was level setting. So Chris just on that. No before we talk about what is changing when it comes to trading off, lots who would be trading off lots. Currently like, what type of investors are demanding these sort of smaller or regular size traits. Sure soup. Pure retail investors in the corporate bond space probably account for less than half of a percent of average daily volume. They are not like the equities market. And actually the equities market of old. I would say anything prior to the nineteen sixties was really dominated by the retail investor. That is not the way the bond market works. We're talking about is something I would call institutional odd. Lots and these are really the rebalancing trades would say that occur in the marketplace. Where we have a hundred fifty million dollar portfolio. Somebody tries to sell five hundred thousand dollars of it. And so what do we have to do? We've got a slice away a piece of that port folio and liquidated, and therefore that creates smaller sized trades in the marketplace and just to give you a sense of the magnitude of this activity or. Odd. Lots of we call them in the corporate bond space, you know, typically eighty five to ninety percent of the total trades that occur in the market on an average daily basis are in sizes less than one million, but those trades only account for about fifteen percent of the volume. So a lot of activity, but it's it's not a lot of volume. What is it? So before we could talk about why is changing or why the market structure around the trading of odd. Lots is changing let's about why it exists in the way, it currently is why would a Bank have had to have had a dedicated desk to trade these such that they couldn't just be traded through the normal route Greek questions, so if you look at the actual behavior of electrons trading in the corporate bond space, the dominant protocol is something called an RF cue, which I would best describe your listeners is it's an electronic phone call. And it's you as a. As a buy side asset manager being able to to say to the market him looking for a bid on IBM five-year bonds who's out there. Interested in in giving me a bid, and so making that electron phone call to ten dealers twenty ninety dealers at some at some point in time that became the way to trade a certain type of of or droid execute certain types of trade in the corporate bond market. But if you look a little bit further, the most the most popular way to trade odd, lots in through something called a list form, which would be a bid wanted in competition list or an offer wanted and competition list because be wicks and wicks and the business and what that is. It's a list of individual cases that you wanna trade. And typically these lists the individual line items are pretty small, you know, five bonds here twenty bonds there. Now, these lists used to be processed manually and typically list would take. I would say maybe three to four hours to process from front to back and the the domino electric trading system in credit place. I worked for called market access their their claim to fame. They're they're what they solved was turning that process, the list trading process into something that was leveraging technology, and nobody could deny the efficiency of turning something that took four hours into ten minutes, and we could design the benefits of it. So imagine your asset manager you need to buy or sell a group of bonds, an electronic system is the best way to do it because you can tell a bunch of people. These the bonds interested in trading and the system will then take all of the best bids and offers and present them back to you within a ten minute period. And then you can just say trade them, all and you go about your day. So I think the last time I heard about seventy five percent of the volume on market access was comprised of these lists talked about the decision by J P Morgan and Citi group to dispatch. The actual lots trading desk. What do you think is going on there? And what are they eventually moving towards sue markets are adapting and changing. And so the the environment for trading electrically has had some radical shifts in the corporate bonds space or meaningful shifts permanent ones. And those shifts are now changing the validity of having human beings actually, performed the trading function on the sell side because it's becoming less profitable believe. One of the biggest changes to the biggest change is actually would be the just growth in in in passive funds, so ETF's or huge component of electronic trading. They've been growing I think that the fixed income ETF, a you. I'm just surpassed one trillion recently, I saw so it, you know, it's still not as big as the active Lee managed to funds that are out there, not even close, but it is becoming ciga-. -nificant? And if you think about what is an ETF, it's people trading. These baskets of bonds that are supposed to represent an index. So that's been driving the activity. It's really been pushing it, and then the other thing that's happened is the systems used to be set. So that no a buy side asset manager could send increase out only to the side. So only two dealers. And so those are the people you could make your phone call students Haiti have a bid, but now these systems have started creating what's called all all our few trading. Which is I'm BlackRock, and I could send an inquiry that could show up on pimco desk and the impact of that is obviously greater competition. And so you're going from from in particular with market access in that probably had about eighty dealers on it that could respond to your inquiry. If you're BlackRock to assist in the now has seven hundred people on it that could potentially respond to your inquiry with this does for just a lot trading or really any market is more. Are in the market. It's going to become more competitive and certain trading styles are going to go away. And I think that's where we get to this question as to whether or not human beings on the sell side should be handling a lot trading in a manual fashion.
The March Job Numbers Tell Us the Economy Is (Still) Doing Fine
"Goes about the numbers to last month. We were talking about oh, the job numbers are off. What's happening? The economy is is cooling. All my goodness. Now what the numbers come out today? They're looking pretty darn good. Yeah. I'm the guy who tried to walk. Everybody off the ledge got those numbers last month saying this look like a it was a little blip. And we got a blockbuster number today to almost two hundred thousand jobs, you know, just solid jobs class the economy. We are now officially about seven and a half million more job openings than there are people to fill them. That's an amazing statistic. That's the highest ever. And so, you know, my line is we've got the best job market for workers. Probably you know in fifteen years and your your lifetime and my lifetime. And so anybody on the sidelines looking for jobs. This a good time to find one. You know, the wages were up as well. I love that you know, over the last year wages are up almost four percent. And given that we have very little inflation. That's means workers done. Really? Well right now. Well, and I it's interesting there still are some things that are not wobbly questionably the auto industry really some rough numbers Bartsch. And of course, here when Trump's talking about on close the border if I need to or will stick into the auto industry. That's got a lot reverberating talking. A lot of the auto people a lot of friends in sponsors so forth, and they're real concerned about that part and remind them that the art of the deal is in the mix here with what Trump's talking about. So I know you advise when you get a chance you say that probably not a good idea. Additional tariffs and those kinds of things certainly border closure. Well, look, I you're there right on the border. So I think it's a not a good idea to close the border. I think it would hurt the economy the economy of a place like Texas in place, like California and places like ours. Ona, you know, I've been down to the border, and you know, a lot of these towns on the border. They their economies are integrated with Mexico. And so, but I'm with Trump all the way that we have to secure that border. I just don't think, you know, shutting down entirely commerce is probably the way to go. You know, Trump negotiator shoots strategist. I think is Reggie or is to get Mexico be more cooperative and securing that border, and it looks like as Trump's today the last four days, they have been more cooperative. So I'm feeling good about about the way things are going at the border. And and I think we're not gonna have a shutdown of the border. That's my prediction. I can't say that based on anything. But what I've heard the president say these for years, so. The idea maybe go to collect ago here in an hour and a half two hours or whatever here in southern California and announced close some tariffs on imported cars. But I I, you know, I think that's Trump using rhetoric to try to get Mexico to cooperate. And a lot of them are the US cars with parts of them made. Know an economics today. American history American workers if you sat down that border. So I don't think it's going to happen. But boy, I'm just really pleased about this jobs report because I was a little worried about the economy, you know, in the last couple of months, but it it just it's back on Mary way. This this guy really the tax cuts are working that deregulation policy working really shows. What happens when you replace a community organizer with somebody who knows something about this nece, Stephen Moore official economists co author with our laugher of Trump nominee any of the previous months revised think that's always in the mix. Some slight, you know, slight up a upward revision. You know, instead of getting, you know, twenty thousand I think we got thirty thousand jobs last month. But that was just peculiar, you know. We've been averaging two hundred thousand jobs month, pretty consistently for the last six seven eight months, and all of a sudden, we get a little piddly number one month. And I I if people been asking me all day, what explains that, and I don't know if they have good explanation. It's just kind of random statistical occurrence that hap-. But no, they kinda strong. Now, how often do you get a chance to get the president's ear on this because when he's out there, and he decides to launch a few tweets and so forth. What I think is the best thing out of all this whole border debate is keeping the border debate front and center, which is not been done previously. But but sometimes it's like I can hear you wincing and Larry cudlow maybe Winston a bit as well. So that's how you know. I I don't talk to the peasant all that often. But I do every several in every couple of months, I mean, just on the back of a couple of weeks ago when he offered me this job. But no, look, it's he's a guy. Who knows what he's doing? You know? I mean, sometimes I don't agree. People are always asking me. Can you be independent of Donald Trump when the fed, of course, I will be. I mean, I want to do what's right for the American economy. But I also think this guy's on amazing things. I mean, I remember remember during the campaign for the presidency in two thousand sixteen people if Donald Trump was elected president he's gonna cause a second great depression. I'm like, what are you talking about? We've got a great economy now here, Elizabeth Warren and people like Alexander court does and people like to buy those, you know, all of them camel. Harass your favorite Senator. All hang. Oh, my gosh, we have to have an economy to work. So the middle class. I mean, look at these numbers isn't economy that's working for the middle class with their harping on summers. Wait a minute. And this new jobs report, even though it's up around two hundred thousand jobs, that's a good environment. Here's the little takeaway US lost six thousand manufacturing jobs in March. Now again that is a hard numbers at an estimate. Is it a snapshot holiday factor that? Limit tell you something. 'cause you know, you gotta look you can't just like a one month's data. Go back to the day. Donald Trump was elected president. We have gained one million manufacturing construction and mining shops. That's spectacular. I mean, we don't have. I was just looking at the statistics. I have them. I think right here we have a shortage. There's three hundred sixty thousand construction jobs open right now. There's when she what's the number from factoring these numbers right here. There's a short there's there's manufacturing this four hundred fifty thousand open manufacturing jobs. These jobs exist out there. They the reason that the, you know, it's a little bit as they can't find the workers to fill the jobs. And the thing I keep thinking back when it's manufacturing picture Obama saying many times like these jobs aren't coming back. Coming back. Remember Donald Trump's gonna have to have a magic wand to bring these jobs back Ellen? I think Donald Trump has a magic. Yeah. And I know there are some politically let's admit they would never say this publicly. But there are some who would rather have the gig rather have the power whatever who are actually secretly. Maybe not. So secretly rooting for a recessionary process to begin. They're hoping somehow that that things will will move south because that would be more of a challenge for Trump because right now, it's I mean, they don't think there's anybody in the pack of forty two different. Democrats have really stepping up and saying how we could do better. So we'll see. Yeah. Look, I think what's going on now in the world. I mean, people ask me can this boom continue the only thing. I well, I think we gotta get this. China's trade deal done. We can't seal the border from Mexico. That's a bad idea. And we've got a the only other problem. I see is that the global economy. The other countries aren't going at all Europe's flatlined Japan's not growing China's growth rate has been cutting half. So it's a lot of you know, it's hard from the United States to carry the rest of the US economy on shoulder. But that's essentially what is doing right now. And and you know, when you have the other countries not doing, well, they don't buy as much Merican products. And that now get really sex are GDP. So we gotta get these other countries to do a Trump does put their countries. I like we put
"ona" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lisa. Let's get ridiculous. Here is going to do that. We've got Robert on the phone Roberts. Yes. Good evening Carlton evening. Great great. How are you? Good. We're gonna play a little rear ridiculous. It's Glenn Close. Here we go. Number one, Glenn and her sister ONA bookstore in Montana is that real a ridiculous. Carl. What do you think? I think it I think it's true. I'm gonna say real. All right. Well, that's a good idea. That is absolutely real. Others batteries. Number two. My voice wasn't the machine. Her film debut was in the big chill, and she earned her first Oscar nomination is that really ridiculous, Robert. Carol. He's in the big show. But I don't think that's her first movie role is that what you're asking her film debut. I I would say I would say saying ridiculous. That is ridiculous. Yeah. It was the world according to garp. Right. Good. Yeah. Never three here. Doing good Robert her highest grossing starring role comes from playing Kerala DeVille in one hundred one nations. Really ridiculous. What do you think? You guys are good team. So I go real. Yeah. I agree. I think that that is real I believe that's real that Israel. You guys got three out of three can't we're good. We're good team, buddy. We're like avenues. Delo..
"ona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Your listeners Ona's morning news coming up following two violent incidents involving rideshare drivers this month in the valley. We have some tips from an expert on how to stay safe more on that coming up, but first and this really is an invasion of our country. President Trump sending thousands of more troops to our border with Mexico. That's our top story. And here's Martha matter the president's push for border wall money is expected to dominate his state of the union address tomorrow night. And now the troop numbers on the border will be beefed up KTAR. Jim cross is live in the news center with the details. Martha almost thirty eight hundred troops will be deployed out of the border on clear the numbers that could be coming to Arizona during a Super Bowl pre-game interview on CBS. The president said the only way you can have a strong borders a physical barrier and isn't ruling on another government shutdown to get it. Now, we catch him because we're doing a great job. But if we had proper border security, we wouldn't have to work so hard, and we could do an even better job. Now back in mid-december stars. Stripes estimate the troop number in Arizona about nine hundred Pentagon says the new troops will mainly be there to install additional wire-barriers and a new system of mobile surveillance along the border live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news TAAS political expert. Mike O'neil says he expects the president to make the case for a wall on the US Mexico border because Trump believes the country needs to be protected from an onslaught of illegal immigrants, and he has to make the case because polls show that the public isn't buying this as an emergency. I don't think there's anything that either side can say they haven't both said many many times. We'll carry the president's speech live tomorrow night beginning at seven. Thank you, Martha. We're coming up on eight oh two. Now. Let's give it a detour.
"ona" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview
"We don't have a best bet for AJ Maryland, plus the points and a lean for me also on the turps fading a cold cold Nebraska team looks like there's no end in sight any closing thoughts. Are you moving along Thursday? I'm ready to get onto Thursday. All right, moving along to Thursday, the Pac twelve the weakest not only football basketball, the weakest power five conference born match of no coming up on Thursday, the red hot huskies Washington there at ONA ideology lead this went off. Yeah. This is a tough one for me. Because AirAsia I it's a good spot for them. And they're finally getting chased jeeter back into the mix. And obviously they've been sort of a disaster without him and airs Ona's now in the same bag as AirAsia state and USC as teams that are trying to be a second bid from this conference. I mean, obviously what an embarrassment. It would be for the Pac twelve to have just. One team in the in the NCAA tournament that would be I mean, it would be pretty odd. I would say, but there's no one who's really stepped up to show that they deserve it. Amazon starting to get there. And then they lose four out of five without without a chase Jeter. Who's obviously a key factor for them as he comes back though. Now, Brandon Williams is her and this is a he's their Thurbers leading score you place. Thirty minutes a game. This is a key guy for them. I don't know how long he's gonna be out. But without him the guy running the point. I don't feel great about betting on this team. It looked like a good spot for them. But I'm still just not sold. Washington. May just be clear only decent team in this conference. It's going to be a pass for me if I had to I would lean AirAsia, but without without Brandon Williams. I don't wanna play this game. Yeah. Good point there. And you know, on the other side, Washington, you mentioned that this might be the only team that makes Pacho right now, maybe Washington Arizona state would be to bid league for the Pac twelve this year. So it's a it's a conference up against it. And it's an Arizona state team. Almost lost at home too. Arizona in their last game. Huskies been undervalued. They they were undervalued a little bit last season. They got a second year. Coach Mike Hopkins. He comes over from circus as done a tremendous job for those of you than aren't falling too much packed while bass while you're missing out on a on a pretty good story here Levin. Sri wins for the huskies. Nine straight covers and again similar to Marquette. I don't think you're paying that much of a premium in fact last couple of games home gains for Washington market was against them against UCLA and USC. What's washington? Do take care business winning cover both games and those lines came down. So again, if you're looking.
After a rollercoaster journey, he sold his tech company for $3.3B
"Todd Davis is the founder of lifelock. An a quick Google search about him and his journey with lifelock. We'll tell you that Symantec famously acquired lifelock for over two point three billion dollars a few years ago, an equally Wikipedia will tell you that taught won the Ernest and young entrepreneur of the year for top emerging company for Orange County and desert cities in two thousand nine and he was also awarded the CRM's magazine service elite ward, the Arizona business leadership associations leadership award and the Arabs ONA business journal twenty-five most admired CEOs in two thousand nine book. None of these. We'll tell you how he faced death sat on the Cliff's edge. Not sure if he's company would exist the following month during the infamous roller coaster journey of startup life. So I caught up with him today to try and learn more about his personal story and hear about the thriving Texan here at Phoenix. And also what businesses setting up camp in the Grand Canyon state. So buckle up and hold on tight. So I. Beam your ears all the way to Phoenix Arizona. So you can join me
Bloomberg, Roger Stone And Davidson Shabazz Napier discussed on Bloomberg Opinion
"Deal. Former Trump adviser Roger stone says he believes his arrest in the special counsels. Russia probe was politically motivated, and he's failing to plead not guilty and fight the charges. Stone has now been charged with witness tampering. Obstruction in line. The congress US stocks finished broadly higher on Friday as tech companies jump to other companies that stand to benefit from faster economic growth. They can dust drills retailers also grows. I'm barton. Now this Bloomberg sports update. Theo Pinson, Davidson Shabazz Napier carried a nets bench that dominated the next even without Spencer Dinwiddie and the nets beat the next at the Barclays center one zero nine ninety nine for their sixth straight win. Pinson on the two way contracts. Scored a career-high nineteen points Davis seventeen points and sixteen rebounds. Napier at eighteen is the nets reserves turned around and then ran away with the game, even without Dinwiddie. There are six men who has torn ligaments in his right bummed. Trey Burke, scored twenty five points of online had a career high twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the visiting Knicks. The next have now lost eight in a row in twenty one of their last twenty three National Hockey League in the midst of their all-star game break the all star game to be played later this evening on San Jose local college basketball, the victory for I ONA, they defeat writers seventy seven seventy one Quinnipiac over Marissa ninety two seventy eight in the Ivy league was yield seventy nine Brown's seventy one. Nobody joke that Jesus booked a spot in Sunday's men's final of the Australian Open with a dominant straight-set win over Frenchman. Lucas poli the world's number one job of its next faces Nidal and a rematch of the two thousand twelve final. Justin, Rose, six hundred sixty six that gave him a three shot lead going into the weekend at the farmers insurance. Open in San Diego. Tiger Woods was eleven shots behind after failing again to make enough putts. He shot another seventy well making another move to bolster their bullpen amounts of agreed to a ten million dollar two year contract with free agent. Left-hander? Justin Wilson, Mike Mussina has elected not to have a team logo on his hall of fame plaque in Cooperstown museum pitch ten years in Baltimore and finished his career with eight seasons in a Yankees uniform and football news. The National Football League's all time leading scorer will be back for at least one more season as the Indianapolis Colts have resigned kicker Adam Vinatieri to a one year contract. The forty six year old will play a twenty four th season. With a Bloomberg. Sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio. Bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm June Grasso. Coming up on the show. The reason Republicans fell in love with tax cuts. Plus, how retailers are struggling to understand tech? But first drugmakers ushered in the
"ona" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Family owned the ONA flow invites he was always a big dream for him to have a hotel on the rings CASA, which is the street around the first district in Vienna. And the restaurant down in the lower ground is very sort of influenced by Viennese architecture. But also a little bit of Parisian French sort of architecture is actually the the most popular dish in the menu. Is it? No, it is sad, isn't it is very much so actually sixty or seventy percent of all. The food. We sent out schnitzel. Yes. So it's about two hundred fifty or three hundred today, we have this show kitchen in front to to showcase the schnitzel in the making you can watch the chefs making those they beat the meat, they breath schnitzel, stay fried. You can watch all the steps we make schnitzel in a pen not enough in a fryer. That's very special about it. You can choose the fat. You want to have a Frieden. We have an option for lard, which is traditional way, we have butter clarified butter over oil, the more neutral version, this is quite bashful as well. And you can hear the chef speeding schnitzel. So kind of creates an atmosphere as well. So great as this restaurants. Love schnitzel, it even gives workshops and how to make it. Yes. Exactly. So we do a schnitzel workshop every Tuesday five PM sort of chef will go through every step cut the meat. How you beat? It's how you bread. It's how you fry it properly the temperature of the fed there's a lot. Of difference steps you have to make perfectly to get perfect gentle. Simple this but simple dishes. You have to make perfect too. But let's get back to the menu. So what's number two, yet, the matronly definitely? Yeah. It's very popular as well. Because people can see it we go to the table. It's a little bit of show as well. But for reason, so he can choose to meet. It's definitely second. Most popular dish. It's round up with number three. What's them three number three tricky question? But I reckon it's the Viennese roast. Also, very Costian dish. Well, there's of course, a whole culture of sort of traditional restaurants traditional cuisine in Vienna. That has its duck size as well. You know, for instance, if you go to traditional coffee house, then waiters might be grumpy services bad and so on, but I suppose you try to be as nice everyone as you can. Yes, definitely an I think well for me personally service as to be very personal very friendly. Of course, I know grumpy waiters in Vienna. They're famous for and it's part of the experience. But Stephanie not not what we wanted to do here. I used to work in in London used to work all around Australia. So for me, it was very important to have a very sort of polite, a relaxed and casual service, it's kind of bringing the traditional niece cuisine. Little bit back. We want it. A lot of fuss, but still celebrated you know to the points. Simple. But yeah, classic beanies Kazeem. The next. On the hunt for schnitzel in Vienna..
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College football power rankings Statement wins for Washington State, UCF
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"ona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"ona" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"ona" Discussed on Through the Wire
"Let's go do the same non legacy what you what they would do on though because i say say you tony allen ona's team you'll team a heck in the fuck out of somebody but then the rest they say she where on other side damn get him off him but you know if that's my team it'd be different because that's just in the game as far as their unis i'm going to be like shit we don't want him back period we don't we not looking to hurt nobody do nothing but if you do it we're going to finish those and do a bag i'm gonna be like eight doing it that's exactly what i'm gonna say they all right then and if they asked me about my hours a coach and minds it was initiating dirty shit i'll be like it is any of the two or he going get suspended and we're gonna lose but yeah they don't they don't quote that got them close this game tonight they better not let the pelicans and keep extending his tri series last last game you k d having a katie night he had almost forty and i watched the first half in his game and i was so uninterested because it was already a blow out in the first half and it's this quarter first quarter they they were over eighteen but then they brought it back in the pelicans game back it was so uninteresting man and it's weird to say because we still have anthony davis on the other side giving you like thirty we note outcome we don't alqaeda series man and of our planet as good as most yeah we're not saying forty point zero holiday we twenty point which is good but it won't be enough he goes nope seven points.
"ona" Discussed on Still Processing
"And then chopped and then held anna the smoke and the juicy nece dissipates on esteemed table it literally you know goes up in smoke will goes up in vapor um so i think that's what's happening in your experience who if you walk in a place that when you walk in a place knee here the cleaver on the cutting board you walked in a good place and you're going to taste smoke in from me it's smokin texture i look for the alike the outside meat on the brown meat on the outside a like a goodly portion of that mixed in yes because that's where yet suspect his closest to the smoke it's going to have that crispness it's gonna have that higher salt content there's a place about an hour and a half northwest call a scots parker's barbecue and when you walk in they ask you what parts you want ona said landale he meet do you want shoulder me do you want a rib literally wrenched from the cagelike what what partly what part of the pig de want jonty well i know you but i'm not ready a lot not ready we gotta go after i can't do anything his information right now accepted here and take it in your read he was talking as group pull over another pipeline pass that are like liked turn the car round up he added gotta had investigate this friday we is americans have learned to grapple with a natural resource questions like we note i asked like where's that pig come from was it raised.