38 Burst results for "ONE"

Fresh update on "one" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "one" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"An update from Steve We'll start with gov first round completed at the PGA Championship at southern hills located in Tulsa Oklahoma Rory McIlroy atop the leaderboard he fired a first round 5 under par 65 will sell a tourist Tom hoagy one stroke behind Matt kuchar Justin Thomas and Abraham answer just two strokes off the lead As far as Tiger Woods is concerned a lesson impressive first round he shot a four over par 74 for Tiger Woods he had 5 of his 7 bogeys on the front 9 Over to the NBA playoffs they Eastern Conference Finals another blowout Celtics put out the heat one 27 of one O two Boston's Jason Tatum with 27 points Marcus smart jaylen Brown each head 24 this series is tied at one apiece Stanley Cup playoffs the lightning down the Panthers two to one Tampa Bay coming up with a game winning goal which is 3.8 seconds left and regulation the lightning now lead this series two games to none And in women's college lacrosse Maryland's lippy may had 5 goals to lead the number two terps over Florida 18 to 5 on Thursday Maryland now advances to their 12 final four appearance in.

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'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 hr ago

'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

"A plea for the nation to end racial violence 86 year old Ruth whitfield was one of ten black people massacred in an attack on a supermarket in Buffalo New York her daughter Robin Harris during a Thursday news conference first shouted how dare you referring to accuse gunmen Peyton gendron before she called on people in this country to take action I need this Violence to stop We need to fix this And we need to fix it now Attorney Benjamin krupp says gun makers know what they are selling and who their customers are What did they think this 18 year old young man was going to do with an AR-15 that can shoot 70 rounds and 20 seconds Authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges against children who posted hundreds of pages of his plans before the shooting I'm Tim McGuire

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Fresh update on "one" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:25 sec | 4 min ago

Fresh update on "one" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

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Perron scores twice, Blues even series with 4-1 win over Avs

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 hrs ago

Perron scores twice, Blues even series with 4-1 win over Avs

"David perron scored twice including the game winner in the blues four one victory at Colorado I was important to find a way to win one here on the road just like we did last time against Minnesota and keep pushing for here Perron's power play goal put St. Louis ahead two zero with 34 seconds remaining in the second period He also delivered an insurance goal midway through the third period after Gabriel land is a power play goal to draw the avalanche within two to one Jordan Cairo also scored on Darcy Kemper Brandon Saad added an empty netter and Pavel buchnevich had two assists for St. Louis Kemper turned back 28 shots Jordan Bennington made 30 saves for the blues who hosts game three on Saturday I'm Dave

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Fresh "ONE" from Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

01:31 min | 20 min ago

Fresh "ONE" from Jim Bohannon

"Point out that we're not facing a climate crisis I want to do point out to we talked about President Biden having issued his forecast on the hurricane season That one thing we look at when we're determining what level of hurricanes to expect would be the la Nina or El Nino occurrence the southern oscillation off the coast of South America Right And we've been seeing this cycle that's been going back as far as we can measure it where when you have a strong El Nino you get warmer temperatures When that happens we hear more outcries in the media about global warming And then when temperature is cool we recently went through a period of more than 15 years without any temperature rise here across the planet Then they get away from the temperature rise or try to shift focus to disasters like hurricanes or tornadoes that are not getting any worse but they make you believe they are because any time one strikes as the always have occurred they blame global warming If you do have an interest in determining to some extent that a layman can how severe a hurricane season will be look into the la Nina and El Nino occurrence it's a fascinating study It's a climate climatological wonder How something along the equator can affect the weather in our neck of the Woods in North America All right your summer electricity outlook supplement to your may short term energy outlook Where are summer.

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Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 hrs ago

Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

"Marcus smart was a rebound shy of a triple double finishing with 24 points on 8 of 22 shooting and dishing out 12 assists as the Celtics hammered the heat one 27 one O two Smart also was 5 of 12 from downtown as the Celtics drained 20 of their 43 point attempts Jayson Tatum had a team high 27 points for Boston which led by 25 at halftime Jaylen Brown finished with 24 points A great Williams had 19 Heat forward Jimmy Butler followed his 41 point performance in the opener by scoring 29 on Thursday but the rest of Miami starters added just 31 I'm Dave

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McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 hrs ago

McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

"Rory McIlroy finally made a good start to a major championship taking advantage of mild early conditions to fire a 5 under 65 to take a one shot lead after the first round of the PGA Championship at southern hills I had quite a lot of drivers out there and took advantage of my length and finished that off with some nice iron play and some nice pumping The Irish man leads by one from will's Ella Torres and Tom hoagie and by two from a group of three under that includes Justin Thomas the world's top three ranked players all struggled in the windy afternoon conditions with Scottish in one over John rambert plaster and Colin Boracay at two over Tiger Woods also struggled with an opening for over 74 that included 7 bogeys and just three birdies I'm Graham agar

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Colton scores late, Lightning beat Panthers 2-1 in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 hrs ago

Colton scores late, Lightning beat Panthers 2-1 in Game 2

"Ross Colton scored with just 3.8 seconds left in regulation giving the lightning a two one victory and a two games to none lead in their second round series with the Panthers Tampa Bay had just killed off a penalty to Steven stamkos when Colton scored right in front of Sergey barsky the penalty kill also left Florida zero for 25 on the power play this postseason The bolt scored on their first power play chances Corey Perry deflected a shot pass for Broadsky It remained one zero until a two Lewis star and then beat Andre vasilevsky with one 53 remaining in the second period Game three is Saturday in Tampa I'm Dave

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We're Living in a Crazy Time of Free Speech Policing

The Trish Regan Show

01:16 min | 6 hrs ago

We're Living in a Crazy Time of Free Speech Policing

"We've had such a crazy time in terms of the policing of speech, courtesy of these big tech companies, and it's frustrating. Especially to me, certainly because look, I've been a journalist for 20 some odd years. I have worked for the world's biggest news organizations. I have won many awards from my reporting. And yet, occasionally, I'll do something really crazy. Like, I don't know, a video. On the yield of the ten year bond and I'll get a note back from YouTube owned by Google saying, this is insensitive content. Again, wait a second. I've been a reporter for a long time. Believe me, I know what sensitive or insensitive content is and talking about bond yields, on ten year note, no, no, no. I don't think so. But this is the world in which we live, and which conservatives are unfairly penalized. And yet the garbage that they send to our kids, I've seen it. I've seen it myself. I have three kids. And you know what? I took their computers away. Now we have one computer in the kitchen. They're not allowed to have the YouTube accounts anymore because I've seen what gets thrown to our children and it's total

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Why the Stock Market Is Still Struggling

The Trish Regan Show

01:33 min | 6 hrs ago

Why the Stock Market Is Still Struggling

"I want to talk momentarily about this market because before we get into the Twitter stuff, Twitter actually traded a little bit higher today. I think everybody's coming to their senses on that one that Elon is not so easily going to get away from this. The market overall is still struggling. And the reason for that is because there's a lot of fear that all this inflation in our economy is going to catch up with consumers in a big way. We're already starting to see evidence of that. In fact, when you look at the major retailers, they had some pretty weak earnings reports. And pretty weak projections for the future, which tells you that yes, things are slowing down. You know what? When you're paying record prices at the gas pumps, you don't have as much money to spend on all the discretionary items that you normally spend money on, not to mention, of course, food prices as well, which have absolutely soared. I mean, people have to make ends meet. We saw reflected in Thursday's jobs numbers that weekly unemployment claims are also starting to tick up. So there could be some softness in the job market. The job market, of course, as we know, has been on steroids, but if that changes and you see this slowdown and spending, well, none of this is good, right? And that's why you have a market. The S&P increasingly looking like it's going to be in bear territory. One thing I do want to point out, though, is that the sell off we've seen over the last couple of days has actually been quite logical. I mean, sometimes it's just, you know, everybody freaks out and they start selling like Matt, and there's no rhyme or reason to it, but in this case, you do have evidence of a consumer, an American consumer that's pulling back. So logically, people start to sell.

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The Latest Update on Eric's Late-Night Talk Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:54 sec | 6 hrs ago

The Latest Update on Eric's Late-Night Talk Show

"About a month back, you mentioned you were working on a TV show. What's happening with that project? That show is a reboot of Sanford and son. And it's not going anywhere. Nobody buys me as Lamont. And I said, what about Fred? He said, we don't buy you as Freddie. I said, what about bubba? What about Grady? I just want to play one of the, nobody's buying it. And so I don't know what's going to happen with that. We're working on another project actually to do a late night talk show. And that, where is that? We're probably going to be shooting 5 more shows at the end of June for that. That's the talk show with Eric when taxes, kind of like a Johnny Carson show. So that's a long story. But that is happening. And I'm excited about it. Yeah.

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Does Eric Wear a Wig?

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:39 sec | 6 hrs ago

Does Eric Wear a Wig?

"Here. First question, wig or real hair. Is this a wig or is it my real hair? Could be a little bit of both, could be a weave, could be a lot of things. My goal is to have it look like I am bewigged, even though it's mainly my real hair. But I want people to think that's obviously a wig. I was thinking plugs. And the reality is it's my real hair. But most people don't know that they would just look at it and they go like, yeah, that's clearly a cheap synthetic wig, he picked up on the way to the studio. But no, it is my real hair. I just style it in such a way as to confuse people

Vangelis, the Greek 'Chariots of Fire' composer, dies at 79

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 hrs ago

Vangelis, the Greek 'Chariots of Fire' composer, dies at 79

"The composer who wrote the unforgettable Oscar winning theme for the movie chariots of fire has died Even if you never saw the movie you remember the theme the unrelenting electronic instrumental that vangelis created for chariots of fire at one of an Oscar and led to his being hired to write the music for dozens of other movies documentaries and TV series as one of the world's most recognizable movie themes ever It has also been used in just about every type of spoof imaginable Media reports in his native language say evangelist died in a French hospital on Tuesday he was 79 years old the Greek prime minister calls him an electronic sound trailblazer whose death is sad news for the entire world I'm Oscar wells

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After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 hrs ago

After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

"The mets pull down a dramatic 7 to 6 victory over the Cardinals on penal antos two one Homer in the bottom of the tenth inning The cards had taken a 6 5 lead in the top of the tenth when Corey Dickerson scored an Albert Pujols double play grounder But Alonzo with ghost runner Francisco Lindor on second let off with a long blast left thought Giovanni gallegos to give them that's another series win Anytime we can take a series against a really good team it's really special and to be able to walk it off is obviously electric Alonso finished with three RBIs and now leads the majors with 36 Jeff McNeil also drove in three runs for New York Paul Goldschmidt had four RBIs for St. Louis including the one that tied the game in the top of the 9th Tom maryam New York

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Michael Eric Dyson & Other Dems Hope to Benefit From Replacement Theor

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 8 hrs ago

Michael Eric Dyson & Other Dems Hope to Benefit From Replacement Theor

"Michael Eric Dyson people of his mentality On the hardcore radical left on the one hand they denounce people who notice what he is promoting and advocating He denounces them as racists on the other hand he promotes it and advocates This is the strangest name thing And what happened in Buffalo had nothing to do With this so called replacement theory It's an ideology anyway It's not a theory And if you listen to Michael Eric Dyson or Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi or joy Reid it's a reality That the Democrat party hopes to benefit from Now I think they they've made a big mistake we see how Hispanic voters are leaning now But let's not pretend that they're not out there promoting this And the more attacks I take from some jerk at The Huffington Post or some jerk at media matters all these Democrat party marks his front groups What do I care I mean nothing to me

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Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 hrs ago

Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings

"The Padres scored true roger the top of the fourth inning and took their 5th road series win with a two zero victory over the Phillies When he pitched you darvis scattered 6 hits he struck out 5 and 7 innings of work to improve his record to four and one helping the Padres pick up their 7th series win overall San Diego took a one zero lead when a single by Robinson Cano that was either followed by a sacrifice fly by Haas young Kim Kyle Gibson took the loss for the fills and saw his record drop the three and two Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 hrs ago

Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6

"Anthony Santander had a three run walk off Homer off Lucas litke in the 9th as the Orioles beat the Yankees 9 to 6 to avoid a four game sweep DJ le mayu tied the game at 6 6 with an RBI single in the top of the 9th off Jorge Lopez Brandon Hyde's team salvaged the final game of the series against the hottest team in baseball We lost three pretty close game two one run games here against the Yankees and then when the last game of the series hopefully we can start to continue to take these sort of bats going forward John Carlos Stanton singled homered and drove in three runs for New York Robinson Shireen had a two run Homer for the Orioles Felix Bautista got the win to even his record at one and one Craig heist Baltimore

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Democrats Can't Produce One Proposal to Grow Our Economy

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 9 hrs ago

Democrats Can't Produce One Proposal to Grow Our Economy

"Name one proposal One proposal That the Democrats have made that would grow our economy One proposal That would grow our economy Now we already saw last month the economy is contracting But you know none of these statistics probably matter to you because you see it in your own lives that the economy is contracting That your salary your income whatever source Pension whatever it is Can not keep up with the cost of living Even though they have they have fixed quote unquote the cost of living figures to not properly reflect the impact the government's having And so what I'm saying is you see what's happening with gasoline prices You see what's happening with food prices You see what's happening with shortages And it's only going to get worse

Stanford's Ram Rajagopal: Today's Grid Wouldn't Support All EV Society

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 9 hrs ago

Stanford's Ram Rajagopal: Today's Grid Wouldn't Support All EV Society

"Let's say we were to have a substantial number of electric vehicles charging at home as everybody dreams Says ram Raja Paul and associate Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford Co authored a recent study looking at the strain electrical vehicle adoption is expected to place when the peregrine He told Yahoo finance today's grid may not be able to support it all boils down to Are you charging during the time solar powers on In Sacramento officials said California great could face a potential shortfall of roughly 1700 megawatts Which would affect the power supply between one and 4 million people this summer That number would likely be exacerbated by an additional short for fall of 5000 megawatts In the case of extreme heat and further fire damage to existing power lines

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Why the Jobs Act and Tax Act Under Trump Were So Essential

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:06 min | 10 hrs ago

Why the Jobs Act and Tax Act Under Trump Were So Essential

How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 10 hrs ago

How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains

"Stephen, let me just continue on that note. Are you seeing because as a famous economist once said to me, economics is the science of demonstrating that water runs downhill. It's not, you know, it's not voodoo. It's not a dark art. It's common sense, right? It's just common sense. Is there anybody you're hearing on the other side of the aisle to think tank or in the quote unquote political elite who's saying, yeah, this is nuts. We can't print more money, send money to the Ukraine, the punish the wealth generators in America because I don't see it. Are you seeing it? No, you don't well, you don't see it among any of the Democrats in Congress who are just very dutifully voting for every Obama initiative. You know, we have a race I met with JD Vance this morning. You know, he's running against Tim Ryan from Ohio. This is an example of what you're talking about. And Tim Ryan is going around the state of Iowa saying, I'm a moderate Democrat. I'm a middle pro worker, a Democrat. And JD said, well, that's interesting because you voted a 100% with Joe Biden. How are you a moderate Democrat? All these guys, they voted in a 100% with Biden on everything. So there's no voices of sanity and Congress except for Joe Manchin who saved our country. Thank you, Joe Manchin. You really did say, by the way, I'm sorry to go up on a tangent here. Go ahead, go ahead. Yep, Bezos said, hey, the guy who really saved you was Joe Manchin. You know, you wanted to spend another $5 trillion because Biden's running around the country now saying he reduced the deficit. Can you believe this? You can't make this stuff up. He's about three $4 trillion they say. Fiscal conservative. And then, of course, here's the bigger problem, though, and I shouldn't be laughing because this is a very serious matter. There's nobody in The White House. There's no sane voice in The White House who was saying, hey, you know, you can't do this. You have to, there's no adult in the room. There's nobody who knows anything about business.

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"one" Discussed on One Plus One

One Plus One

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on One Plus One

"It keeps coming back to this. Glad you know you you've done so many things entertainment Immortal actor musician d. i didn't realize you. Did you talk about how there was that. One shot of that guy who snuck in and so a lot of people didn't think you were dijon yourself to he. He literally not the volume for one. Because he didn't have the whole game. Volume on only had the deejay booth. So i thought utilised playing everywhere and then all of a sudden team up to touch the main volumes the go around the whole arena and that one one second that one picture went everywhere. And everyone's like oh. Yeah he was there the whole time. What is that feeling when you tempted to just respond to everybody or put something out and say fuck you know. I explain what you just explained to me. How do you. How do you hold yourself back from was so pest For every day for six hours a day for over a year practicing learning everything there was to learn very technical when you. Dj's i had to learn everything about all the different systems and then for that to happen and then all my hard work. He just gave me the drive. To just try even harder. And i ended up getting residencies nebraska in vegas and miami and all of these places and becoming the number one. Dj the world. So i think that just really gave me the drive to yeah for sure if an alien came down to earth and they ran into and they wanted understand who you are and what you do for a living. What would you tell them. Because i'm thinking about all those things that you did. And i just wanna try to. How would you distill it for in alien alien to so one of you okay. Let's now. Let's say i'm an aquarian anna loving boss artists. Okay so am i if you could pick one of those jobs though if you had if he was just like. Hey i'm just by. Oh i'm tom brady. I'm football not to compare myself to tom brady. But if you were just like you sentence to say that what. What job of those jobs would you pick to to describe yourself like. What do you identify most entrepreneur. That's another thing gleaned from that documentary. It's incredible how hard you work were you. Were you a big fan of andy warhol. I'm seeing a lot of like warhol influences and post modern type. Yes obsessed i love. Were all mama's actually friends with them and used to come to after parties at the waldorf. And i was like years old. I would like sit on his lap and drawn. He would look at me. Tell my nonlethal girls nubia star one day said. Oh my oh my god. It's funny because your mom seems so conservative in a lot of ways and she seems really nice she seems like a good person but she seems so conservative and like and then once you started partying wasn't party that was like hey you introduce me handy war to would you expect him on haydn. So young was nineteen so but she's the only one with a baby. Oh my god..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Mean. I mean that's possible. But yeah, I'd say any is okay right we have we don't have earthquakes. We don't have sworn NATO's we have like a a bad storm once in a while. So I'm I'm actually a nuclear engineer by training. So I I actually work in the industry. So. One. Cool. Yes. So yeah the future of nuclear is is not building big plants like Fukushima there it's I don't know if you've heard of it, they're called the small modular reactors. Nah I'm not that. She'll look it up. You'd find a pretty interesting I think. Yeah. They considered small because they like like physically they're small. So like they a lot of them are like the size of a shipping container like the you'd put on like a big barge like tiny. But they're they're modular in that they're like they're like Lego. So if a city needs more, you can like clip them together. So you could clip like ten of them together and then you can have more power. So I worked for a company called X energy. That's designing these small small modular reactors so That it's almost as an engineer. As an engineer I can't say it's impossible because really nothing is impossible but but they're they're they're almost next to impossible to melting down and causing causing issues like they have in the pastor unbelievably safe. Yeah. So that's it. That's it. That's the main arwel estimate prequel stuff. Yeah. Very cool stuff and company not working on that as by yeah. It's been. It's been a process. Yeah. It's been a process. I. I was big into renewables like I was all like. Graduated from high school and stuff like solar, wind all the way. And as you get more into that industry, there's so many trade-offs I don't know are worth it like if you wanted to power a city like new. York. You would have to cover an equivalent landmass. In solar panels like just monumental amounts of land. To power to power city. So you've got the host State Neil to sit a city like the city itself and probably even more. Yeah it's just it's just monumental. So. Yeah. But I I agree with you. I'm a big believer in everything like you know like you said in some places where there's lots of natural disasters, places like nuclear may not make sense or England or London where it's so highly populated. You know wind and solar may not make a lot of sense I. I don't know it's a very complicated equation and I don't know the answer. Yeah. Yeah I don't know the SORTA but. Yeah So. Well good luck in stay safe out there A. Yeah, hopefully. It's not not too crazy like you can still kind of go out a little bit and they're not for a while in Canada. They were giving tickets out if you were like if you couldn't give a reason why you were out. If you out in Toronto like at late at night and yeah that's S. Yeah. Same thing. Yes I'm. Doing it now as well. Really again. Oh. If you have more than six people you any and find. What how much is it meant you know? Things hundred pound first, and then the next thousand pound Jeez. Yeah, and if you do like. Illegal ranged. And I'm the owner we did ten thousand pounds. Of Cheese Yeah I. Moscow train..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"They had to licenses. So they Patriot which I'm really grateful they'll pay late strike I think cannon those cannon want bill that was good money for me by that was a sink bill a lot cannon equal it's a corporate isn't it? So they go live they'll just oh yeah they got loads of money. Yeah that was meant for me that I think video twenty million views and long there. And But. Yeah like. I. Think they. D- monetize because a youtube like. Wall. Street. Dot May. this is a risk STOPS RISKY IN NYC. I'm so bad. So they had to use other people's music because I was still charging bike I wasn't charging every time but someone said like if you'll muses if you're music style. If you'll meet the money does not point giving it to free. Total but yeah. To them guys like they. Definitely. Kush music a lot to different like. Woody instance like I wouldn't even expect lot plot but talk will seem to really like that music but they do. So, Really Coleman. Came across your music actually from them. I investigate. That's crazy. Yeah forever ago, like I've been Vaughn them for a couple years and. Came up with culture your music is in there. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Not Yeah the song specifically was Pluto. Pluto is probably my favorite song you've done and it was what they attached. Pluto to win and. Go ahead. As also got naked. Pluto was attached to when Callum did that huge roof gap in. Thinking Korea or something like most epic video seen it was awesome. Sight I. Got Release. Thank. Guys. That's crazy. Let's cool like what a cool relationship with those guys. Those guys are awesome like. Walling unbel- moment. Yeah. They're like that in person like they seem like that in the videos, they just seem really humble down-to-earth guys. Yeah. Yeah. Played a DJ. Set for another like so that was the first dominant Molin, our lights. They'll really appreciate it my museum also star well, we'll. he right. I'll send him. Makes that Yo these guys deep pockets and They didn't know what was really right right right. Is Parker is Park I. Don't know this is totally random question. You may not know the answer is Parker pretty big like in the UK like is there lots of people doing it? Immediately like when I went in my school in that live not knowing really was interested in it but yeah, there's definitely pockets in that in London the now well stores one of the biggest Palko groups in the world and from England of Yeah I wouldn't really know the H- like I don't I don't really know the park will seem that will allow the videos is like unbelievable visuals? Oh. Yeah. I wouldn't do that in real life trying to jump over building. Those guys are like. Stuntman Basil Oh totally. Yeah. Totally. So. So tell me about so you get. Like. What inspires you to write songs. So you just have an idea come into your head or here like a tune, and then you like write a song out or you start from a story and then you build music around it like what's kind of your your process in creating? A just comes to me I mean like me. Yes. They disliked it was two in the morning and head scout for Web. The Best Times basically, some office leave I'm always sleep. But yeah like I work at night and I just opened up my software and. China off with a melody will some sort of ambient drone sounded and? What welcome there and in crate drums that yeah I never like I never go I'm GonNa make a change tonight. I'm not structured like that organized I just. I'm not up. Door. Up An inch crates night So. There are people that have like structured organized Organiz like calendars lot what they're gonNA do like each day I'm sure that helps massively but I ha-. I adamantly. Makes Sense. Is. Do you enjoy creating music in the UK or do you wish you were you were somewhere else? Wish is in America Fair enough since your followers they're. Yeah. I always felt like Pinson America, by law, my tour. You know just vacation as well. byways enjoyed the culture there like New York espec- especially where are you based? Canada, I'm Canada. Yeah. Yep I'm from Calgary. I don't know if you know where that is in all BERTA. Yeah. I've been living in Toronto for the last few years to school out there. So. Is Well. Yeah. Yeah. It's like it's like the Canadian version of New York. Pretty. Much. Yeah. That's why I. That's all I'm probably Yeah Yeah Yeah. Totally. So. You Love sci-fi and A. So my podcasts are typically about kind of like energy. And I loved his asking for people's opinions because I think you know the world we live in today. There's so many opinions and thoughts when it comes to climate change energy blah Blah Blah, and I love hearing other people's perspectives and especially from the music industry. Is the actually read a few fascinating articles in preparing to talk with you that they are people kind of debating that they felt like that. The streaming services made the music industry cleaner but then there's other people that said, it made it more dirty like with energy wise because you're using so much computing power and anyways I'm curious to know from your perspective if. If Like the music industry is. Reducing carbon emissions if they're creating carbon emissions or if there's anything that the music industry's doing to like support clean energy or I don't even know cures your.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Started with the V. Nov data, but he was like this Guy Remember? anyways, he he would interview people. Undercover and yes. Man, I wish I remembered the name of up real quick so Why are we talking about this guy? Where did I go? We're talking about being intentional about what the news we take in. Yes. So he will try to go undercover in some ways to be able to formulate. Hey, this is what's what's happening of this story. So you're gaining again his perspective, but you're getting it not being sold to you from a certain. A political side or political spin right? So. Yeah anyways with. Owing somewhere and I'm like, I lost track is like that squirrel mind. You. Don't know certain which Mike of use the main guy that they. Did. Mike shortage was a director, but this guy was A. Camp minded either. What you're talking about the one that he went in undercover at. You Post so much about Russia now, all because God made money and so what's happening is people don't know. That story, right? and. When you don't know the full story, you'll only get part of the picture. In even in that part of the picture, there is a Psychologist she's not she's a professor memory is a very fickle and dangerous thing. Right memory is is extremely. Biased and can be memories can be implanted. In your thoughts to right. So this is where like even an incident that you and I both had seen, we will see it from a different, not just a different perspective, but our past will also color our current situation. So we can we we see it through our reference point of our past, right right. So I'm going to report on an opinion on what we had seen and it's going to be very different from your opinion even though the facts still remain the same. Facts will change right our opinions on how we see this event do. So that's why with this whole thing on mainstream media, I'm like man. When I walked at People's houses and they have CNN on or Twenty four, I'm like. Listen to bill burs podcast. Yeah. I listen I thought he was so perfect. Was it when he says I go over to someone's house and I see that CNN is on I immediately leave yeah. That's almost like how I feel like I go to my parents house and They watch Greek News. Okay. So it's funny because then. They tell me Oh, my God did you hear this I'm like, where did you hear this? Did you hear this week news? It's not true. It's so funny. My wife makes. The here where they hear it anyways but I find that it's such A. Our TV we have a TV, and it's almost rarely turned on. Its almost always off and sometimes I'll, if we want to watch something, we try to watch them together as a family. So we watched survivor as a family because I'm like this is like a really cool. Opportunity to see people how they behave in certain ways. Again, it is condensed because it like over four days it's one show when our show over four days so you can get full story you only get clips of what's happening. So this is what we get in life in general, we never get the full story, but in I, love the podcast realm because people are allowed to have an opportunity to. Throw thought out there play with it a little bit dickey back change it. It's like it allows some sort of. You know a dance. Yeah. Happen Yeah Yeah, right a little bit ebb and flow, and I think that's an important thing where you miss that when all you're hearing is One side of the story right? You see how much I've been talking? I'm not listening no I'm I'm the one that's interview is reading a book called wired you listening I'm just thinking I'm not listening. To say. While the issue is is it's so like you said, we've already talked about it. It's so complex and the reason I love Saga Crystal that are on the rising. Is. They talk about the the we live in a world. So complex now that it's it's not simple enough to just ask you are you left or right wing right? Like they said. It's so complex now that you have to separate economically and yet the separate culturally. So I may. Lie on the right economically. That I believe in free markets and I don't really like socialism, but I could lie on the left culturally, right? I. Believe in Lgbtq, rights black lives matter. But there's also people that are the opposite way people believe in hundred percent socialism are in the right culturally. Right and and so. I think that you have to start splitting it up like that and I think also that I that I loved about that you've talked about today is that The more. That you read the more you experienced the world, the greater your perspective is to be able to understand. The whole life cycle of ideas, right like especially with CNN and Mike, what you've talked about already is that. It's a glimpse like you've mentioned, and if we're really gonNA understand everything, I think the two questions that it comes down to is like with you brought up a science y you love science. Will I love science? I. Think. It's so sad that people don't go to science is because the most important question I think that they can ask is show me the evidence like that's Like show me the evidence I'll believe show me evidence. So it even like Gal I can't remember his name but. The fear of the thirteen documentary on I'm almost done. That is I. It's interesting I it's it's a good I am a history lesson. I. Think I think I think there's actually a lot of good points in this I. Don't know enough about it and I'm like okay. Oh. My God I need see more of this because I don't understand certain things that. You know. Being. Canadian this wouldn't be any It wouldn't have been privy to me at any point, right? I in in L. continue on that in a second but it's just as like when we went to school at will. About residential schools. And now, something that was like what this is in our country so we need to be informed with our own. Situations as well as outside. So the thirteenth I just haven't finished Lyndon I started watching it but it's something I wanna see WanNA finish it. But Yeah while I was actually talking about a different documentary but I agree without there's and there's another one one's called the fear of the thirteen. Okay. It's about this guy who was wrongfully accused of rape and murder and thrown in prison for twenty years and he taught himself how to read and write in prison. And he was reading a book on microbiology in prison he said, he read enough books to get a degree cod and he taught us learning about microbiology and he learned that DNA evidence was now a thing. So you got convicted in the eighties. It was like nineteen, ninety, five or something like DNA evidence was like becoming big. So he wrote a letter didn't know how to write before prison learned how to write wrote a letter to the judge said I know the DNA evidence is a thing and I want to have. DNA..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Can tell you. I don't know. Dude I really don't know I. Don't know what to do in this situation I'm. Scared in some ways. I, am you know worried about the future in other ways? Because, you amplify this current situation right with And I don't even know even what to even call it do I, call it a black lives matter movement to I call it like I I don't even know what the right terms are because. I. Don't even know I'm sitting here to understand because. I'm not saying I need a direction but I I'm looking to see like how things unfold. Primarily by the leaders in some ways because then it's like even. Even with the leaders in place I don't necessarily listen to them. There's you know. The I D W right. To actual dark web. So I listened to a lot of these people that I follow on this because I find him extremely intelligence into Langley and yes. So these and it's hard because I'm like I'm listening to these people and I'm seeing kind of what's going on and I'm trying to like formulate my own opinion based on like all the information in sometimes you know I would. Exchange videos or interviews with my sister or with other friends and I'm like, okay this perspective in this perspective, I think the most important part is to gain as much of a perspective as you possibly can on all sides right? Not just one narrative on multiple narratives and at the at least at that point, you can kind of like, okay, we see currently what's going on is Broken all across the board. It's like, okay. Well, what do we do now? I don't know. I looked to Andrew Yang. I don't even know in all honesty I don't know, but I do listen to a lot of these guys. Especially Eric Weinstein Yeah who really guy? Listen mathematician. Harvard graduate like this guy is like. He blows my mind in his brother Brett I like listen to these people because it's like okay. They're not stifling freedom of speech there are, and this is like what I find is like. In this current environment, the dangers of. Canceled Culture Holy Shit. It is so scary and Lindsey. Show me some today Live by the sword die by the sword someone has got. Accepted on the Internet now by something that they had said in the past or something like man is like people are just being canceled everywhere you're not allowed to say certain things and I'm like if you don't share ideas. So my thoughts are this if I have an opinion or a perspective that. Is Sitting on my mind and I'm talking to someone about it. If you're telling me I I'm not allowed to say that then you're not even allowing me to get out what I what I have in my mind because the only way we can do this is through some sort of communication is verbally for me. So I need to express what I feel or what I think what I know. And then you can take what I say and then process it and bring it back to me and explain it to me maybe in a different way that I may not. I've seen it and what have you stopped me right away from even being able to express what I think or what I feel. It doesn't give me an opportunity to at least gain a shift or to at least gain some sort of like Oh. Okay. Well, I didn't see it from that perspective I'm like that's an interesting thought I'm like, okay. Maybe I I need to think about this a little bit more So I feel once you cancel someone out and I'm like man I'm seeing cancel everywhere. In that I think. then. You I haven't read Nineteen eighty-four but I think about it often it's like people are quoting things like I just saw Brett's wife Heather. Certain passages from a book written in the nineteen forties. Yeah. So I'm like that. Yeah. It's old in a book written in the nineteen forties. The things that are being played out right now in our current environment and were predicted necessarily predicted but they were talked about in a story of someone who wrote a book in it's happening right now. Man, that Shit's crazy. Yeah. So that's why I'm like I don't even know you know with current affairs in our current. I think I think what I what I love that I think. I don't know either but. Like you, I am intentionally trying to figure it out and I think that's all you can do. Right the minute that you start putting up walls like this is my opinion I'm hard on it. Then that's where you get problems like I'll believe something until you can prove me otherwise, but I think that's the important part like I'm willing and open to be proven wrong but you have to be going and listening to people on the Internet in. Intellectual Dark Web, or you have to be listening to people on black lives matter and all of the sides, and then you can formulate a holistic view of what's really going on and that's that I think that's all you can hit. But what happens is in that case, you get more confused Touche like Holy Shit I'm like, okay. Now I really don't know what to believe right? Right. So it's just a matter of I don't know if it's a belief, but we have to hold ourselves to some sort of moral standards. Right? We have to have some sort of. You know I'm I'm very big on stoicism like I'm I'm big to the point you know I. The the story STOIC virtues we have with our kids and like I talked to him a little bit about philosophy. I went for walk with an se this morning and he was like So when you WanNa talk about I'm like okay. So I WANNA talk to you about the story virtues he's A. He's eleven years old. I'm just GonNa say it, and then we're going to leave it and we're going to go on something. So I'm like okay. 'cause we went through this. He just started doing a job. He's taking his lawn mower and he's cutting grass eleven years old at to and I'm like a love this right. So I'm like remember the virtues. Courage. Temperance you've got wisdom. And Justice. So these are the four stoic virtues at the the STOIC hold very dear to them. So I said, you need to I be courageous to go up to someone and ask, Hey, would you like your? Would you like me to cut your grass? you have to have the temperance you have done. Have them moderation to be able to not charge too much and not charge too little but spe- somewhere where you're moderate enough to. Make money for yourself but also give a good service to them. You also have to have justice. You cannot cut corners if you're going to do this job, you do it right? And then you have the wisdom that you've gained from doing this and you're able to take that forward. So I believe this can be applied in almost any aspect in life and it doesn't matter what religion you may be but the things that I want be able to live within hold dear in someone's heart so When you hold these virtues and I'm listening to what's happening in this current event and man is still I get kind of lost as. I wish more people would hold onto these a little bit more in all aspects. It doesn't matter what side if you hold these core values, these virtues and your everybody's life will be better. and. That's where it's like. Kinda. Hard 'cause then you have to stand up for a certain side, you know when justice and then when people don't you know see eye to eye instead on different sides. You know, I guess bipartisan is the Middle Middle Point You know can we meet somewhere in the middle? Can we have discussions? Can we figure this thing out together I? Don't know I tend to feel like there's more opportunities to find solutions through. Mediation, in some ways because you can't necessarily always look back, you can look back to say, Hey, this was done like the stoic virtues. Thousands of years ago they've made the roadmap for us. We can live these now. But to live too much in the past to not allow yourself to live in the future or to not allow never mind the future and the present moment this is all that existed right now is this moment we need to take that forward we can't live too much in the Passo you know. That's where it gets. You know in this. So stoicism is based on the idea of. Like. A lot of it's based on optimism bearing kind of your cross isn't it like not complaining and like this is my life but being optimistic of like can learn from this opportunity is very much. So there's a lot to it. There's a lot more to it to. There's you know you can follow epic Titas Marcus Aurelius Seneca. Kato there. There's so many of these you have modern time Ryan..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

13:59 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"After since it was a French guy that made that documentary really. It's possibly the smartest documentary ever seen or filled because it lasts two hours Then you got a many it generated. Did this domino effect where you have a bunch of new incentives and new initiatives that take birth throughout France. So there there is I would say the beginning of a movement that is being done like towards energy Uh Energy Efficiency I call it energy intelligence but then you can also see that there is a the hand brakes is up on on it because for example recently like now we start to get a lot in many manifestations and protests from People who are at least a ecologically logically Ecologically invested in. That are disappointed that the government is not taking more of a stand on this issue. So you you get a lot of riots you get a lot of protests so it does show that despite. Yeah I think. Individual initiatives are absolutely absolutely fundamental unnecessary because big changes. Come from a set of small things put next to each other but one factor That is just as important as definitely as financially as it's politically you need governments to support individual actions and give them the means to to grow grow That their interest also turns towards the interest of those individual those individual initiatives in movements and that is That's possibly I don't know if you heard of the yellow vests movements in Paris last year. No Dow huge huge scale protests tests that lasted for about four or five months every weekend and it was literally face offs between police and SWAT teams and engine Sevilla and because more and more political decisions are made to tighten the grip around people who already have little means to live by and it's generally in the interest of people who are already rich enough and too much to our dismay against people who they don't have many means and so for example that that shows that so far political decisions while I'm speaking in this case of Franz but I think the idea is very general like at some point you cannot solve the problem by yourself neither in in that in that light it's even though you will have individual initiatives and there are a clearly don't know all of them or maybe even and ten percent of them but at some point it has to be endorsed by the government it has to be endorsed by by political powers and authorities authorities. That can actually give weight in interest to it and so I think for right now. Currently speaking that is the major major factor. That is still missing. I wouldn't say the only one but at some point that wall wallet Advancing with a hand breaks up and as long as he gets all the new. You will make progress. You will make effort at sadly sadly maybe a frighteningly fighting slow slow speed or pace rhino whereas the problem that we're facing it's actually very fast paced. The like I said every year the day that we consume all the energy just recedes further and further and further so it it is definitely measurable. Yes I agree I absolutely agree. I for those listening. The documentary. That Jimmy's talking about it tomorrow. I I looked it up and it looks amazing. I am definitely going to watch this. Really I can guarantee you. It is possibly the smartest thing I've ever seen period. I'm I'm not a movie freak. But that one I can look over and over and over and it's Eh it the I would say. The genius of that thing is in its simplicity. It is seriously not that difficult old complicated. That doesn't mean that it's easy but it is clearly not as complicated as imagine. I always make a difference between complex and complicated and yes. It's it's complex. But we have a tendency of wanting to make. It seem complicated to justify inaction that it's absolutely not that's well said the the issue is complex. There's lots of angles facets variables but yeah we definitely overcomplicate it with our egos governments social in clinical issues grave saying. I'm glad you brought this up because Just kind of enclosing one of the one of the things I really do. Believe is that to get people. The move the needle on energy environment being cleaner and greener is getting people to just fall in love with the earth right like there's is a documentary that came out. Oh I don't know a few months ago. It's called one strange rock. I don't know if you've heard of it never heard of it. Check the this is one that this is this is probably my equivalent to one year. The Tommy I'm GonNa Watch this one tomorrow one but yeah it's called one strange rock okay. I'll tell you will smith narrates it. Oh and it's a they can miniseries in its support National Geographic and basically what it is. There's tennis ten. Astronauts that will Smith Interviews and the astronauts talk about about how they're experiencing space completely changed how they view the earth. Okay it's one little rock one strain draw one straight okay got it once drug android. Yeah and I remember after watching that and like after showing so many people that documentary just like it clicked in people's minds. Like wow like like I need to do something like when you give people the Y.. In like show them what they're taking care of and like. I think that really does a huge impact so for for those listening. Watch this documentary tomorrow. Jimmy's talking about. I'm sure I'm sure it's great so actually the there's something so true about what you said that when when you give people the why the of course they that's where the education so they should give people a tool right lane and the why of it that it is is proven that the vast majority of people take it to heart and take it very seriously because they understand the the part that they play in that whole pyramid and and one of the most frightening examples is am. I went to Iceland a year and a half ago and they have possibly a On many many different points be it politically socially energetically speaking yeah. They're they're definitely ahead of of most people I think. And typically when they wanted to restructure their entire political functioning. They actually got together and to make what what they did to be a democracy. They had social experiment but it was actually done to create laws where they would take out of the entire population two thousand people at random and they would also put on like a digital platform. People could suggest in propose laws and the idea was was for those people to get together that day. I educate them about what the problem is currently that they're facing the. What are the tools that they have at at their disposal and that that knowledge than those people who are mere citizens like you would be could get together and decide While hey we we need more of this aura. Weakened suggests this ambition this idea and in that case you saw the vast vast vast majority of people when they had the y. about it while actually voted and decided that they probably never would have decided to done. Had they not been yeah right yeah. That's true task point so that that is so important that you say people need it as as humans. We need to know the why of what we're doing. And if you give then you definitely have a complete complete different from ABC right. I think and you made totally disagree with me on this point which I'm totally fine. 'cause most people do the this. This is the new push towards space exploration again. Yeah yes there is the issue of his a ton of money money. That could be used in other places but at the same time walk. Because I'm an engineer. And you're an engineer. While I I look at it like back in in the sixties and when we did have the space program it like it united the world in a lot of ways just because we we had to give us a common goal and a large part of me wants like supports it because because it is so uniting of Bringing S. together and like here's our why just you know. There's obviously a lot of issues and debates that we could go down a tunnel rabbit holes but I think the the main principle is yeah. Yeah let's come together as one. Let's have a conversation and Yeah let's let's get just to get educated. You know you educate me on things. I educate you. We educate the world. We educate everyone and yet just then we really can make thoughtful and ethical decisions like Iceland like they cut their a pride like you said like they're just fastening. They're so willing to be humble. And what's in the best interest for everyone fat right. At some point he'd ask yourself what is it that you're willing to to give up or to sacrifice or modify change in your everyday life life so like what's the expense that you're willing to pay to improve the quality of life of your neighbors of the the people living next to you and around you in your community in your country etc.. That's the if if everyone thinks on individuals scaled It's difficult I don't even difficult. It's it won't work out because you know there's always this metaphor of If everyone's in the same boat and there's a hold on one side right and you're like okay that's cool. That's not my problem because it's over right Iran. Ed Sooner or later it will become your offered by time to become an album. It's already too late In general your neighbors problems is always. You're at very good point. The matter how distant it is a definite together is is is immensely the important and it's if if there is something that is capable of bringing people together than totally worthwhile. I question a how much right now. Space exploration is the unity of that. Because I think there's also a lot of competitiveness fat also Good point is a very good point that I can definitely understand that idea of that. If he could bring people together to share a common goal back in that something it can be very long way right. And I'd like to hope that the common goal really is that we can make the planet cleaner and Greener. Like I think that that is really uniting citing the world like it's really bringing people to the table that you know just having conversations that normally wouldn't have so. I think that that is really i. I'd like to maybe recant. My first comment I still do love. And the joy space exploration but based on our conversation. I really do hope that the clean energy making the world cleaner better is is is really. What's going to bring us together on which early? I honestly believe that it's I mean if we're down to the point where we have a sixteen year old Swedish girl yes Sir Boyle all over There's reason enough to believe that the the problem is of a very large scale. Oh absolutely yeah absolutely yeah. She's incredible go ahead. Let's say she's a More more so incredible Not for the position that she she defendants but the the strength and determination with which she fights. It's for at least she has one benefit that you I mean. I believe that you're on a climate change sceptic or whatever but cotton neglect the fact that if she's region to that point than it's because what she says speaks out to a vast majority Jordy of people and about a subject that is undeniably undeniably part of our upcoming big issue after issue. Yeah you can't you know we're at a point where you can't you can't just you can't just sake. Climate change doesn't exist anymore. There's so much evidence if people nowadays swamy like climate change is a hoax like well. I'm not talking to you you just. You're you're informed. That's it if you don't believe in climate change it's like you don't believe even units of measurements like absolutely. It's not an opinion. Okay this is like I can measure this out and quantify it for us. It's me he's saying it's just modern day science in units of measure inside so it's sometimes But I mean that just that it just goes to show how far we are in social conditioning and so typically like my students are completely blight about these issues. But that's because the in That they're growing up in is not putting any emphasis on it but is more putting emphasis on iphone..

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Let's listen once opened around Jim. I'm GonNa let them talk for ten minutes and then at the end of it all they have a question answer like i. I think that's how we we do right that framework because I think that's more issues would be solved if we ask the right questions and be just just genuinely listen. That's yeah that's I I do actually did in It's an amazing time for her business right now. Just because of the amount of resources we have this is new. I might thing is like if you tell me you want so pam your own business the entrepreneur than I'm Only expecting that. You're going to do what it takes because there is actually no excuse. Not but it's it's just either in your own head yet or you're just not willing to stop right. Yeah I think Like this level of resilience that you're talking about and just getting it done when I look at people people who look up to the business world yet just mad like it really comes down to that at the end of the day. Are you willing to do what it takes to get where you want to be. That's it and I think it's funny me being successful entrepreneur like I don't know what the percentages are probably very similar being a like a pro athlete seating really at a high degree. It'd be like expecting that you can do what you love every day you get to make your hours whatever it is we you know. It's a little bit different Having that expectation without thinking that you need to do the work to me. That's really strange like when you have a successful missile business. It's like it's the best thing ever right of course the binds to be huge right. Like you can't just be a pro athlete without putting in all the years of Work Kabui through all the hardships and having people telling you that. It's not the reasonable thing to do. This is not the responsible thing to do but you do it anyways. I think the fact that people for some some reason think that entrepreneurial a- success is something that can be given or gifted is misunderstood gifted or given. Yeah like you need need to be in it. You need to play the sport where right you need to endure the process in order to get to that point that you wanna get so. I think when we we'll talk about like getting to the point of being it's more like getting to the point of active like get in the process first and then the rest will take care of itself. What what's this? What's it like in your life right now? Other than your wife you mentioned is like the people are the people that you are trying to beat others that you said that you're trying to if someone comes to your being super supportive like I believe in you that gives them that that ability to jump up doing it needs to be done. Who in your life is? That view is does a ton like my the way I perceive it is no my wife is number one for sure. I I said that when I married. You're like it felt like I became invincible. I felt like we could do anything. Yeah like I know that. Sometimes I'm a bit like crazy with my ideas and like my aspirations but like with her it was like I I was still crazy crazy but she. She's just stepped right beside you. Know what I mean stood behind me when she needed to was in front of me when she needed to read so she's been the best for me but the way I look at it actually at Georgia's every single member who comes in and trust me with their the fitness. You know every single person who trust me with my opinion Those are those are the people in A. That's that's everybody right like. If you you come to my June and you trust us is with your health then. You're you're supporting right. No you're pushing me forward and I want to do better because of you right totally. What's what role all does To learn like you said you're super curious like are you. What are you doing to like constantly like keep up today in like be competitive on the as an entrepreneur?.

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"You're optimism a the world is facing probably some of the toughest conversations in challenges that we have poverty sanitation. I just recently was in Africa. And it's very evidence. Riddance that Mahfoud waters huge issues. Energy is the biggest issues especially as we go into the election in Canada and even in the states is a huge huge compensation. What's Roy will entrepreneurs play in solving these big big issues in your I? Think again this I'm Jim Guy Right but when it comes to when it comes to big big issues. Most of the time. There's going to be a solution. That's that's unique to what we're currently early in for whatever reason so in order to think critically and come up with new solutions I think that is the entrepreneurial spirit that's looking at things that currently exists and and figuring out like can I do this better right and not on my level. That's that's how it all began for is like looking at what I was doing existing models in how I can do it better so when it comes to the problems working on. That's what you do every day right whether you know it or not. You're looking at what currently exists. Man How do I make this better. You're concentrating to improve do you. Do you anticipate that your journey is going to be entrepreneurial. I'll absolutely yeah I. It makes me sad when I see engineers assume around and they just want to work for a big company like Opie g which which is fine but nothing against others lots of money because we have a lot of opium place so so you'll be like Oh. PG's agree organization. The treats people amazing I know lots of people who work there but it in a lot of ways. It's it's babysitting sitting in maintenance and taking care of the current reactors that we have here which is needed. We need people to do that. But the thing that I have an issue with is that I see people that don't have they don't go into intentionally saying like I want to support than industry and going into Obgyn rather going into it. Saying I just want a job. I just on a job with benefits now workday for forty years. No risk right people call them the golden handcuffs. I'd really good waves. I've heard that term used to actually several times here whether it be from over deported out of Eric. Remain off the record but yeah I I agree with that so i. I don't think we need those people. I don't want to discount their careers or what they do. I've been to their plants in their amazing. But what makes me sad is when I see people that can contribute more and they don't you know that that they have the knowledge skills they have the network but they're just afraid of failing and taking risks Seattle. Yeah I thought it was very unique actually reason so interested when I first saw your podcast and I saw a couple of instagram posts. Is that you were like. You're already so laser focused on on what it is that you WANNA accomplish. You know I think a lot of people like who who ended up working at a P G that I love this is that natural. Curiosity thing lasted awesome. Like why did you get into it or like. Where did it start in? oftentimes it wasn't like weren't a young man who was like I'm going to help solve climate change. You know it was like I'm GonNa find some I'm gonNA find a good paying job security..

"one" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on No One Told Me

"Often birth control to tweet important transmitters throws after dot microbiome leverage is a lot of stress hormones as well so thinking. I want women to focus. Oh concern is making sure that they have the right nutrition hormone loving foods lots of plants and veggies lots of healthy fat lots of the protein and lots of gut lovely food like fermented foods those are going to be huge and getting rid of anything that could be hormone sabotaging like Luton dairy sugar just because we want to calm down the inflammation in from the birth control next is good supplementation so activated methylated the vitamins Omega Magnesium Vitamin D. We just WanNa ah the anti on the nutrients because they've been depleted and it's going to take them in. It's kind of resupply self-care is GONNA be huge here as well but those are the green major things things we want to focus on to get ourselves out of Poke Birth Control Syndrome. Hell don't WanNa call that because that's what you are suffering these side effects of being off birth control and your body trying to figure out what's going on and that's very normal. It's very typical to be struggling with that after birth control because you you really kinda through your body into another realm ask for other options. I've been awkward control since I was twenty three years old off breath control for all time and still trying to have career that I wanted. Why is there people Bassetti and knowing? We're starting this family now. At this stage in my life you know what other different birth control as I hope hope hope we we will continue to investigate more options for birth control that are safe and effective. Don't draw hormone that Iraq you just heartbreaking people thought the only solution that they have so other than trucking your mental cycle you know I grew up in my Mexican Catholic family and I was under the impression that you could get pregnant anytime someone continuing even you and get pregnant young age. My friend lives like you're going to get any time. It doesn't matter and so you walk near boy and who knows what's GonNa happen so I for a long time. Honestly thought that we had a whole twenty eight window regan frightening and that is simply not true. We only ovulate one day out of the month so we can get really clear on shocking our cycle tracking our basil temperature. You can pretty much you know locked in and in that seven day period you you know our friends of mine who track their cycle with the daisy tracking methods. There's so many different ones. There's like apps now right now. There's so many APP I know so often they control and how I feel about it because I get really hot and upset about it I would never ever ever ever ever was a non-negotiable controller. Never again hormonal birth control after you experience something like that I know for me. It was like my first year of marriage. I will never get that first year back but it was difficult because I was just so different I couldn't figure out what was going on and then I have several friends who you know they went on it to clear up skin in order to regulate or to make the symptoms less during their time of the new acne or cold you all of those things so I vividly remember member Great Friends of mine going on at very early. You know there was always you go off of it and it just takes a while to get normal again and that should have been our first red flag back is if it takes so long to be normal again. Maybe we need to look at it a little harder. Absolutely it was initially for men and they were like well really men. I can't take this well. Let's get you women what happens to them. You are on birth control and you are struggling especially with mood. I want you to know that that is not your hormones melt. Your warmonger not involved right now. That is side effects of medication. Just know that the easiest way to end those side effects is into terminate that medication as possible. Can we just for a minute. Get a little bit practical about some of the things that you know are happening and you know it's decide effective hormones but you're not sure what to do next. You know like the white game and you know that it's it's a part of hormones because nothing about your lifestyle has really changed that much. I mean in terms of if you know your daily intake of calories or whatever else what are some things just practically that you can do with some things like weight gain or hair loss. I have several friends here experiencing experiencing that right now and they can't figure out why it's happening and what to do and again they start researching and just as overwhelming and it's. I don't know what the next step should be so for some of those practical ones yeah. I'm going to do my best and not over complicated. Just know that you know the the hair loss and the weight gain not very clearly. Those are talk is right. It's a symptom of something else and waking. I remember for years. I was only a and I'm GONNA for lack of working out multiple times a day or eating just terrorists and the more I worked out at eight just carrots more. I gained weight how what is going on with me and we can all get something as where we think the weight gain is because and I was treating making it wasn't it was never the weight gain was my thyroid. I don't even we were able to dial in on the thyroid the next question okay the thyroid. Why is my thyroid acting in such a way and then we okay well now. It's my gut or it's the stress issue got issue and it's a trust issue right and I you know it's an autoimmune condition driven by those things and we start to feel the layer back right. 'cause the I I mean I got diagnosed with Haji motos and low thyroid. I was like okay well. What the heck is driving these yeah what is going on because you get the medication education the World Gimme all the does track zone or whatever you're GonNa put me on that doesn't solve the problem. What am I go off into. Stuff isn't gonNA come back so that's always really important according to weight gain or weight resistance 'cause that's really what it is hormones driving this week resistance whether it's deregulation of lesson or insulin or grill or whatever it may be your thyroid hormone the first stop foundationally alway is nutrition because here's the the thing about nutrition when you can set the tone for beautiful beautiful healthy guy next beautiful microbial in your nourishing your body with the right foods and letting go all the foods that are not serving you it clears the way it clears the path to figure out with that rule cause is quicker because when we are dealing with the foundation it's so much harder to figure out what the root causes so nutrition is going to be huge. Healthcare is GONNA think you're this book is all about the Central Pharmacy Solution. Sleep is so important and feeling in the nutrient got once we target those four areas we clear out in those four areas could even clear it out altogether in some instances they don't you know and that's where we gotta dig a little bit deeper because what if we clear all that out it happens to be that we have a high higher than level mercury are heavy metal content and that's the hair loss and low thyroid at the same time right and so by clearing those foundations is so much easier to distinguish what's the root causes if it wasn't those foundational pieces so for me. I include the foundation and I got my haji motives and Shiver mission and I'm pretty much eating and operating at that place because I feel my best there but we we also realized that there was a couple of things going on and they were much easier to find when I was able to do that first initial they worked so that is going to be the deal now with talk a little bit about hair loss because I think that that is so critical again usually thyroid or usually it's it's one of the two just had yeah. I have recommended oil. Oh for helping to increase hair growth. I actually have a little oil blend that I keep in the shower. I'm knocking on ten. I don't have a lot of hair 'cause I do. I got like on here and it hasn't and gone anywhere. Even that wasn't a fiery center for me. The fiery symptoms for me was I chronic. Constipation got bio says weight gain. I lost the our the third of my eyebrows. That kind of was like Casper. WHO's a good look here. It was a good luck right if you could always temple and brand over my I and others you know depends on the person. Some people won't have any of those symptoms hopping out here lost. They'll have craft dry skin. You know whatever that may look like so you have planned that I loved that has helped women that again it will work but we often address what else it may be the real cause of it in for my little blend and you can you can oil anywhere just make sure that they're pure their grade that you've done your research that you're not using some nasty crappy oil because a lot of the NAFTA market oil that have been shown to help stimulate hair growth are going to be peppermint Geranium Rosemary and in lavender and the two big players here are peppermint and Rosemary. Those are the big ones but I find that drain EUM and lavender they it all smells so good together yeah and what you do in the shower I haven't I already have my premade. Glad I do like fifty draft. Each in its own little blend in the shower. I do chew drop in a conditioner and make sure that you're using toxic free conditioner totally whatever brand you prefer 'cause you don't WanNa put more toxins inside of our hair all fuel and and then when your hair is wet your oh shield are more open and so you just really miss. Is these oil into your scout now my do. It's a three to six months process to really stimulate hair growth and that's the case for anything that I know but this is not really natural anti inflammatory supportively to do that with US oil again and have you know they're not going anywhere so you've gotta be able to take those out and there's a lot of different ways to do that as well and I usually work with the practitioner to help get granola heavy metal you can hold but when the practitioner you can really guarantee. You're getting rid of him. You know the thing I think I love the most about what you were saying saying. is we want so badly to have a one stop shop fix. I mean we do this gang and everything's better in were normal and we feel good again and it's it's not discouraging to hear. I don't WanNa even be discouraged by this but it's encouraging to know if you start the journey just stay on it because it will be effective. Eventually it just takes a little bit at a time for your body to reset and to start over and to get back to where it's supposed to be and so I love that you're just saying hey take a couple of steps but no there's a lot of other stuff breath. That's GonNa be at play that you're GONNA have to figure out along the way but once you have it figured out. That's how you feel great turning forty because you have figuring yourself out you're figuring out what's working being and what's not that. I think it's just that first step so for people who are in their cars right now riding along or on the treadmill or building laundry whatever they're doing. What women do you yes. Yes multitasking Rockstar. That is what we do best. That's the truth of it but if they're thinking okay I've seen a couple of these symptoms that she's talking about but I didn't realize it was a problem. I thought that was just life. I thought that's just it is what it is right now. How can they start art their journey. How can they start learning more. How can they see signs that are like hey. This is a bigger problem than I thought it was. Just some like warning bells or some red flags that that they need to kind of pay attention to and actually look into instead of just thinking. This is what it is well. Here's the thing and your doctor probably not. GonNa run tests that you want and I'm so sorry about that. It's nice to know your numbers. Oprah always says no your numbers and running the pastor just valotti where you're at see that you know what's going on. It's always nice. Can you start start doing the good work without that validation. Oh Yeah but sometimes we want that allegation and my book and Chapter Two. I believe I give you all of the tests that I think you should demand and you have a sense of what's going on in your body. My favorite test for hormones is the Dutch test and you can just literally go to Dash. Dot Com and you can order it.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Sustainability and changing your practices to be better for the planet and the people that work for you is costly <hes> but at the end of the day you have to look at what your profit margin actually is so if you are gauging your prophet and your success as a company strictly by the bottom line of what that number says than i mean and and and this is you asking me personally so you're gonna get an answer. You might not like. That's okay what i what i would say is is you. I know you know perhaps you are in business for the wrong reason because if you actually want to be doing good if you want to have environmental and social positive impact in the world you have to be prepared that that bottom number isn't going to be as big as you think. It's going to be and you have to be okay without and you have to recognize that you know. Sustainable companies are going to change the world. They're not gonna make you a millionaire tomorrow but they will change the world and then they are all richer for it totally so kind of comes full circle to your idea around emotional intelligence and self worth that really is kind of the crux six of a lot of the issue absolutely. I think something that is so important. Is you know we focus so much on success zest and what success means and i think it's really shifting that conversation. Too is my company. Successful will don't look at my financial statements statements. Look at how happy everyone who works for me is look at the change that we've made in our community with our social impact team you know look at the change that we've made within our industry with our environmental manifesto you know <hes> i and and that that to me is success and i would never dictate dictate to someone how to define success for themselves but recognizing that if your definition of success is a million dollars in your bank account that maybe again maybe maybe you need to look at that self worth piece. Because what does it mean in the end. Totally i think man i just love what you're saying. I had someone on my show. The last two who guests ago i had on the show he talked about that. It's cool that a lot of the <unk> industries in general consumers are demanding in companies that are purpose driven. You'll see more and more people of wanting to do business with people that do have an environmental manifesto or something that is is like we are. We really care you know we don't we don't air about money. We care about making people on the planet better so yeah. I totally agree with you. I question listen that. I have been really excited. Ask you is. I why personally i don't want to say. I know that much about the cosmetic industry because i don't but i know when when the elect the electric car came out people were concerned that it wouldn't live up to a normal gasoline gasoline car that it wouldn't have all the amenities wouldn't be as fast but eventually people realize that this just wasn't true and i think tesla had a huge deal and kind breaking that ice but have people responded to your makeup line in a similar way you'll meaning that they don't feel like they can get the same results because it's so equal friendly as there have been concerns that have been raised in that regard or no. Oh absolutely yeah thank you for mentioning. Tesla <unk> absolutely love test light personal hero of mine. You have to admire someone who's just so incredibly driven <hes> to to to do incredible things totally you know and i absolutely that is something that has not not so much any more but definitely in the beginning it was again. You know who who do you think you are. How how can you make a product that is is better than a traditional product rate. His traditional cosmetic products contain heavy fillers heavy metals tax..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

14:40 min | 3 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"It was discouraging to me. I wanna hike with a guy who's just brilliant. He's an e._r. Doctors of fantastic tastic person and he talks about how he really wanted to just pursue playing in the mountains more than doing his job and i thought well i get it like who doesn't wanna hike around kayak around. I mean th that strikes a good balance right but i also thought you know what a shame. This guy is a brilliant person who's good at his job and doesn't obviously from the conversation i was hearing doesn't feel enough for that sense of meaning in in actually saving lives relieving suffering helping people through some of the most difficult times of their lives and and and i think our culture does too much to sell <hes> a life of comfort and ease that all we should eat pursuing pursuing is is trying to live like a trust fund kit for lack of a better term right right no job just like focusing on ray instagram feed and i'm keeping my ten in order and i'm getting a new hairdo once a week and i'm cutting edge fashion and look at me but for some reason that recipe not that i just put out doesn't seem to produce happy. There's a reason bill gates still works right because he's trying to do something meaningful and he's not doing the same things he was doing fifteen twenty years ago but he's still doing something <hes> and that just tells you like that when when you find what kind of your what you were meant to did you hear for your life i think you need to do it with with passion and with enthusiasm with consistency and gratitude gratitude that you found it or you think warren buffett still needs to invest probably not and teach people about investing. He's not doing it for the money right but he likes to work in likes to help other. People meet their financial goals. You think tony robbins needs to travel around and kill people to live better lives for the money. I don't thinks oh right so how do you. How do we go about finding that that why then you know even for someone like your friend who is clearly in an industry where it would be easy to find a why to what you're doing a meaning leaning but obviously you kind of meant it was missing that where do we start in finding things that are meaningful to us will couple couple things. I think that fifteen to twenty five or fifteen to thirty age group should try to learn as much as they can about themselves of the life of the world around them get as much education as as they can and not just form education through travel through orienteering true the pursuit of of skills whatever is so you need to learn as much as you can about yourself and then i think you're in a better position to figure out your y and and as a religious educator obviously i'm gonna tell you fate right. If you have a basic say that that this whole experience were involved in isn't just some random accident accident or some random happening that that were here experiencing and no faith that it goes on after <hes> i think it's harder to find meaning but if you have the general idea that your deeply important and that everyone you see is deeply important divine in nature. I think you're gonna see meaning and just about everything you do. Write things work better when we he won another as sacred in nature right. Would you say that faith and spirituality a <music> a help you find meaning and your morals versus those that maybe don't have faith or meaning or does it just speed up the process well. I think it speeds up the process for sure because you if you have faith you usually inherit religion that it comes from a long line wise meters right and and there's certain on negotiable if you have faith whereas if you don't have faith i think all people are good but if you don't have just a basic face and maybe connect yourself to a religion you've gotta have so many complicated conversations rick yourselves and others that it just takes longer that makes sense and i don't know you know we we live in <hes> a secular alert culture now and for some reason people really want to split hairs about certain basic ideas that made north america <hes> end the west a wonderful place to exist right splitting hairs meaning what do you what do you mean by that. <hes> god or no god right you know should we trust religious leaders. <hes> let's break down the patriarchy they they did some things wrong here. Okay sure they did some things aren't here but in nineteen percent of what they did is actually putting you in a position to have free speech economic and educational opportunity and religious freedom so let's cut these guys some slack right totally and let's not throw this whole thing out right <hes> you know because any any historical study of re whether it's an independent religion or <hes> any government that has produced a good country there still flaws and i think our job going forward is saying okay. This looks pretty good. How can we make it better. Instead of that is a problem this small brick in this wall. We're gonna care the whole thing down right yeah yeah. That's a really cool observation thought about like that the you know as we continue on trying to find find meaning and become the best we can be. I'm drawn to the idea that jordan peterson talks about that. Compare yourself to who you were yesterday not to someone else who is today. What would advisor tools would you recommend in helping people not compare themselves to others and rather focus on comparing ourselves so we were yesterday where i would start for anybody who's involved in social media managed that i personally don't i miss the social social media bolton. It doesn't <hes> you know i. It's not in line with anything i need to do for my professions. I'm not involved in it but what i do notice is is there's a culture comparison and social media is that is <hes> debilitating because you can't help but look sideways if you're in social from you can't help but wonder if you really got the game mastered ralph waldo emerson said that imitation is suicide uh-huh and envy is ignorance and and so i think we need to be really careful to not worry about what other people are doing and comparing ourselves because everybody has their own journey to walk in and it's absolutely impossible to compare yourself because it's absolutely impossible to many identical cooper -tunities that others have the identical experiences and perspectives that others out because your personality in a certain environment virement. We'll do something different than what my personality during the same environment <hes> and so to compare is is frankly. It's just a waste of time. You might feel feel inspired but in feeling inspired is different than comparing. Tell me more about that. What do you mean well. You know you've praised me a lot here. <hes> in i appreciate we ship out it's flattering. <hes> and i hope that anything that you see. That's good in me. <hes> you're not comparing yourself. You're saying hey like. I kind of like his approach to that. You yeah i can do that or i would like to do that and maybe feel inspired. Be your best self instead of i. If you look at someone say one of your you're in university right now so many class who has a unique capacity you could say wow natural talent hard worker. That's amazing. I wanna do that better. Versus versus comparing yourself is saying i'm either better or worse than that person right and it and it it puts you it at odds with them. Instead of seeing just kind of a general unity with anyone you're working with comp- comparison is competitive and competition is good and it's positive but when it comes to personal development i don't think you need to do that is there. Is there a role that it getting to know yourself plays in that process because i think that takes a lot of emotional intelligence to have that level of insight and i think i think that comes from working hard taking on challenging your life. You'll find that you rub shoulders with great people and you'll find the great people have have strengths and weaknesses just like you to austin when we when we compare ourselves we compare someone else's strength through our personal weakness or deficiency and and that is where it becomes something that's don't you grow bright so is there. There's there's obviously a healthy balance of of role models in our life and so what role should we be focusing on having role models meaning. What should we look for in role models yeah well i know when i was younger in my twenties i looked for people who were doing things things that i wanted to be doing ten fifteen twenty years down the road and i would ask them questions. I would take time to you. Ask them about finance about marriage about career about managing sir now aspects of of time and lifestyle aw and and i think so you need to understand yourself to see who you might want to be in ten fifteen twenty years to penn project that idea uh-huh and then you need to be humble enough to to find these people and ask them these questions and then act on there's certain people that are have a ton of respect for but their approach to life isn't exactly how i want to approach life so i wouldn't go to them looking looking looking at them as a mentor. I'm not saying you can't learn from them but but in your twenties <hes> look for mentors that you naturally connect with based on some come interests and talents and capacities that you have to kind of come back to the idea that you were talking about with when we don't lie why are people that do lie the i should. I should back up the two thoughts that you shared earlier. Were people that lie or you know. Don't don't tell the whole truth there being authentic and then also people that either are apathetic or shoot low in a lot of ways they kind of hide to the a large responsibilities life kind of poses in front of them. What role have you seen in people speaking up in speaking in their truth. I guess you could say or just being bold in the face of challenge and sharing what needs to be shared sharing what they believe in. How have you seen that not only influence that individual and becoming a better person but also inspire others to do the same will. There's no doubt telling the truth makes stronger because when you tell the truth you engage in a situation where you'll often faceoff talk and in facing opposition facing disagreement facing hostility tests your guts as an individual ritual but when you tell the truth in whatever circumstance you're in you definitely give strength to others to do the same right and you definitely increase the amount of respect that you have for yourself and those who are also honest have for you as an individual uh. It's very refining activity to engaging in honest conversations. I'm glad you brought up conversations. So how how can we create you know. How can we create a better atmosphere to have these genuine honest conversations. Maybe with ourselves or with others well. I think you know if you're having conversations where there's disagreements and you want to say the truth. I think you have to be really careful to be respectful right. You know the old saying you yes to disagree without being disagreeable and and but it's important to disagree. It's important to see what what you really feel but if you can keep those those more negative talks a commotion out of the conversation. I think it's productive <hes> and not comes back to this comparison idea if it's iverson's as you if there's no way that if you're right then if you're right i'm one hundred percent wrong that that that has to get out of our minds we have to have a culture where we respect each other and nothing believe we can learn from one another and as we share the truth that we feel we can find some productive middle ground right if it's too contentious in nature which you see a lot in the media because it's more entertaining and the media needs to entertain fourteen but often when you see political discussions or any type of discussion in the media. It's it's so hostile that there's no way it can be productive <hes> um and so you have to be confident in her and respectful enough and even tempered enough to to have those types. It's a conversations in in the old book as a men's thinking by james. Our one of the last lines in calmness is power. If you watch jordan peterson under fire he.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

08:36 min | 3 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"I always start with south is when you turn the camera back on yourself and you look at how healthy you are in. You're choosing to be right right like do. I have enough money in the bank. Do i have choices around. <hes> you know how spend my time do. I enjoy my job and my making making a difference in the people that i work with when you turn the camera back on yourself. It always begins with what is my responsibility. See when you see great great leaders what i say servant leaders or collaborative leaders in you get level one level one in terms of responsibilities. I'm not responsible. It's my fault right level. Two responsibility is i'm responsible for myself. Level three responsibility is i'm responsible for everybody in my team being successful and then level four is responsible everybody in this company being successful level five responsibilities <unk> everybody in my seedier in this planet be successful and when you look at people like mama gandhi or you look at nelson mandela look oprah winfrey look at mother theresa or you look at martin luther king when you look at these leaders their level of responsibility was was team community and large organizations right so to me when when when you're not happy with yourself you're not happy in your relationship with your partner and you're happy in your relationship with your team in your community your family whatever you gotta look yourself and say what's my responsibility. We're here right so the process really is comes full circle that it's about who you are being in choosing to be which that affects your leadership team your employees your team then your company your community in your really starting to make a huge impact on the world when it really starts with your policy and who you're choosing to be as what you're saying yeah like just to a client. Do you have the practice of what is your intention for today right so today. My intention is to connecting co create with those of i'm in communication with today so connect listen and co create the conversations create cool experiences whatever that might be business personal so when i walk into a meeting i might have already had four meetings today to to have been great. One might have been challenging. A client might a call the frustration great by the time. I walk into this podcast if i'm not present to what's my intention for this meeting. I'm bringing all that past energy from his conversations rife so you can really tell hell when a when a leader who's powerful member powers the ability to manifest or create a reality with philosophy. I'm here to create a reality with you. What's my intention. If i'm not present to that intention i'm gonna bring the energy from past meetings of this meeting right which is gonna the impact. This conversation can impact my listening can impact my speaking right accent so you're right. It is all about who i'm choosing to be which always starts with what am i practices that get me present to being in this conversation with you set that i can hear you connect with you and co create something with you. Versus being in a monologue and then being an argument might it's not going to serve them. We know action right and it makes sense because i even you look at. Some of these big companies are making huge. Impact <unk> bill gates perfect example is someone that has him and his wife linda who are actively being powerful people yes you then you look at the companies that they're making the organizations they have is that they're now employing. Its inviting high-calibre people that want to be involved in that same conversation right right so that is like you're saying oncology started with him and then it flowed down right. Who am i choosing to be. What do i need to do. What conversations do i need to be in that doing. That's action and i'm going to have a certain result comes out that i can predict right with all of that all that we've talked about today on tala g leadership ship what would be one or two of the biggest biggest takeaways that you would want our listeners to go home with from our conversation. I think one of the biggest things that the people always to be aware with from from the work that my team and i do it awesome journey is it's really developing a relationship to action see eighty people think leaders visible results. No leadership is about action. Can i create consistent repeatable. Reliable actions wins that will deliver me the right results and outcomes. I want so when i have a relationship to action. The first thing i do is i look at. When am i in action chen winning my stock so when i'm stuck i'm not an action. Never i can't generate a result whether it's with my partner with it's my business whether community whether it's with my stakeholders or the board of directors i so first and foremost is really looking at self insane. Do i have a relationship with myself that i can generate action listen and when see let me add one more point here. When you're a leader. The difference between a leader and a manager is a managers managing now so they're managing managing complexity right how do we how do we optimize this company team this organization such that we can maximize and optimize our <unk> outputs today right so let's reduce complexity of how to use technology get people to be here all these different components so that we can create an outcome. That's gonna be quoted. Leaders are managing change and they're managing change their managing. The unknown cause changes the future so when you're managing the future you're managing and no right so when you step into the unknown as a leader. I don't have a relationship to action when i get scared geared in the mid fifty foot wave of doing a major merger in a company or got to look at expanding into a whole new region <hes> or were sales are down thirty percent it for the last six months and i'm in the unknown and that unknown is scary. I can tell you the number one emotion. That's gonna show up when you're scared and you're the no fear right and i can tell you that your communication style when you're afraid is going to fight or flight most likely fight or runway yep so as a result. Are we gonna create much action when you're afraid in that fear state and you're unaware of who you are trying to create a future that is unknown as scary dot com fifty wager if you're always gonna show up with with your fear emotion 'cause you're not collaborative. You not chairman the board. The amount of <unk> are minimal right so you've got to develop a relationship actions actions such that you can generate future even though you're scared and if you don't have a team and you don't trust these things are points 'cause you're just gonna start screaming order shutdown right so to me the end i say to my clients you've got to be able to have a relationship action and you've got to be able to have a relationship with future because futures yet known and you've got to be able to start listening such that when you're in that future you can create and generate action with others you create new futures so i would say relationship to self such a you know when you're stuck or an action to being able to generate a relationship with future you're such that when you're in that unknown you can be with it even though it might be unknown scaring unpredictable but you can be with it and generate future generate action through language that can the move things forward and then i would say you know developing an an open curious mind that is asking questions converses always looking for answers yeah like you know question i ask myself is where m i wear my a leader. It's not creating impact level. I want my business in my personal life. You know that's not a question. I can answer quick but it's an inquiry. I can sit in and be able the say okay. Let's sit with that. Let's learn from it so in the end. I see that <hes> you know being able to create a future for this planet for businesses for people bull for all of us. We've gotta be in different conversations. Emma gabby in conversations is not everybody else's wrong. I'm right or i'm right. You're wrong or i know you. You don't know but it's get curious get open. How do we work on these systems together to create healthy system healthy families healthy individuals healthy school all systems healthy businesses that were working as one to support the planet and each other build healthy ecosystems as is.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

07:52 min | 3 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"And are using my gifts greatness to get unstuck and am i making clear request as it helped me get on star doc so when i start to develop leadership of self the first thing i do with a client is is get them just to become self aware recognize when you're stuck but your business has been flagged for the last twelve months in sales i think you start right and then all of a sudden it's like wow and then i'll say them. You don't have the support structure around you to help you get unstuck and then then i say and you don't understand how to use generative language. See most people live in descriptive language. You know can you help. Can you come in and help my leadership team. Get better because we needed sales better sure but it's it's. It's just describing something versus. I'm i need your support to help me develop conversations that he's gonna hold my my leadership team accountable so we're all in action to be able to move the business forward figure what's missing to be able to shift it. Put it in action right so when people start to understand that i'm a leader of self. What am i stuck when my action. How do i use language to generate action because really people are linguistic beings without language. We don't create reading right right right like you. You made a request to me to do this podcast so you made a request. I made a promise. We create an agreement. We put that agreement in time. We put it in their calendars and here we are a month later in this podcast in a conversation that is what we call generative language and when people really start to have have a relationship to action through self-awareness through genitive language through time then they begin to be powerful people empowers got nothing position title thornier money power is the ability to be able to manifest or create your reality with velocity <hes> <music> so say that one more time power is ability to manifest or create a reality with velocity so i'll just make it real right. How how long ago did you have an idea that you want to grow podcast on clean energy over a year all right so went from an idea to then you you created a plan then that plan turned into action and here you are today. How many how many people had your podcast now you will be it number ten so in a year you took it from an idea to a plan to action to results right so that's power now so you're starting to see that in this month alone in the month of august. How many people you will you interview probably four once a week one week yeah so okay your ability to manifest reality philosophies increasing. Isn't it yeah so that's power because you have a relationship to action and so when we bring that to the bigger picture of climate change clean energy in transformation with our planet whatever the issue is when we can be be able to understand our relationship power you can take an idea you create a plan you design it you then create action and then results happen and so when people really start to understand power things start to change right improve with increased velocity see like said no question right. Make sense is it. Is it the responsibility of companies to implement policies that help reduce waste and make their operations cleaner and greener <hes>. You know that's another great question. I think my first response to be as it's everybody's responsibility. It's my responsibility to be more focused on my my responsibility around recycling my responsibility round reused my response about saving the planet my responsibilities speaking but also because of a business owner and it worked with business owners yes business owners and leaders have responsibility as well to be able to support colleague climate change called clean energy. It's fascinating. I <hes> i i do some work with the with a gentleman by the name of dr auto shurmur and he's got a he's got a program called theory you and he says the three three biggest impediment to our society. Nobody wants to talk about one. The largest killer of people in the world today is suicide. He's tied to depression and mental illness but we don't talk about it to the level. We need to right so you have the number. One killer in the world is is suicide. You have the the beat. The we as a species are consuming the plant at one point five times it will we can reproduce so capitalism in its form is is killing us because capitalism is measured by per the by consumption right and then we bring it into the healthy world of government called g._d._p. Which is gross domestic products so that's all based on consumption <unk> consuming. Were healthy right and yet we're killing the planet. Prey so to me. There's the responsibilities by everybody to be able to say okay. What's my part and and i see it everywhere. I see in business. I see in an organization's nonprofit. I see in schools that we all have a responsibility to be able to say can make a difference right. You briefly already talked about this a little bit but tying this into is the responsibility of companies to do things to make things better cleaner greener not only with energy both products products is it in the best interest of companies to be involved in supporting the clean it clean energy conversation might what i say to my clients is if you're not in that conversation people will start to bypass <unk> organization right because if you don't have a clear purpose to support people planet profit cons- customers to say look going elsewhere right sets because you're not being responsible to take care the planet you know. I think a good example last year was really really liked. This one was close to home <hes> george cope who's been the c._e._o. Of bell canada grew up my high school. One of my best friends brother great great guy let her basketball team back in the day to a provincial championship just degree leader in last year just the program <unk> mental illness that bell did you change. The conversation in people throw canada that mental illness is not a problem but it's it's everybody's responsibility to help support it and how do we support people who have mental endless challenges whether exile eighty two depression had we support each other bell. L. took a responsibility as a corporation to educate the country on that issue and that was fantastic right when comparing a c._e._o. That is environmentally. Conscious has to one that is not. Is there a black and white difference between the way that they're two companies are run or is it a gray scale or can you even tell the difference all you can clearly tell the difference you you can see when an organization is run by a command control leader versus. What i call a collaborative leader or a servant lear you just tell the difference command and control leader <hes>. We'll get a call in from one of their buddies. Hey should talk to my business coaches. Get can help your business and then he comes in and says you know say so. What was it you you heard about from. What charlie said you should look at hiring a business coach jose. You know you need to help my leadership team. Get to the next level leadership team this dysfunction this function so he's telling me the problems over there versus. Hey i think i'm the problem and i think i'm impacting leadership team in what's happening so you see a command and control leaders. Is they love to tell the problem is always over there and they're the one that needs to implement it versus being able to say. I don't know i know with my team..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Belong to systems in you really start to see the work by peterson gay in the work by shurmur mirror to extraordinary consultants and professors at m._i._t. Really that we live in systems and when you see healthy assistance whether it's a forest whether it's a river whether it's a community whether to business that there's a system. It's bigger than just yourself your business. It's really in play play when it's healthy. All the stakeholders are winning right to things that you brought up that are kind of want to dive. A little bit deeper into is one. You said when people are bringing up their concerns you know their frustrations against corporations making things cleaner greener you. You're you're saying that that's really underlying outward expression of care. Oh no question you know you know simple example there would be you know your your restaurant in your complaining that <hes> you know food. Where's the food is taking so long. Wait you really saying underneath that complaint. Is i have a care that i've heard great things about your restaurant restaurant and have heard great things about you know certain meals that you'd love to try and you're excited about it and you're not getting that you're not getting that while factor and you want it but most people can't hear past the complaint or the concern as a problem so therefore they get defensive right so in the world today with climate change change. It's everybody's at falter and yet when we slow down and when you take the time to listen you.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

11:54 min | 3 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Can imagine that not only in the gas industry, but I'm sure with a lot of your clients that the data analytics is helping their operations just be smarter with their resources. So in of itself, would you say their consumption is going down? Is that with fair statement, or no will? I think it's, it's, it's probably dependent on a lot. I think, in terms of general consumption activity consumption are the nation just in terms of Ryan, energy consumption of our company. Right. You know, there there's a lot of things though, prevent can prevent a cost overrun when, you know, it helped with Regifters could help things get done faster more efficiently less, less mistakes, bridging airs things like that. So it's really there for. I believe, to basically reduce uncertainty is the whole purpose behind machine learning. It's any there's this, you know, the term entry entry p really means uncertainty, there's this direct relationship, both in the practical world. Theoretical world that entropy inefficiency go hand in hand together, meaning that things that are more certain or more efficient in things that are less certain or inefficient. And what we're really trying to do is by giving example in physics, for example of you cool helium down super super super cold the properties of helium certain enact, this really cold temperature even create a superconductor super-efficient. So that's like Roseanne per when they say, low entropy to efficiency, an example in the real world would be. Let's say you said, let's have a podcast being, but I'm not gonna tell you what time it is then minds. It'd be very inefficient, right? Spend energy trying to on the podcast. You know not not getting there whereas if I know we can make that happen, right? Most part fair enough. Yeah. That makes sense. So what are the is there any downsides to machine learning? Like I know I feel like the term artificial intelligence create some sort of hesitation, but I feel like machine learning has a very positive view, Zor, been any drawbacks that people have had towards machine learning or what you guys do have been a pretty positive response. My personal opinion is that there's limitations, but they're certainly not drawbacks. It sort of be like saying in my being a calculator drawback will we could say, well, you have people don't do as well at, you know mental math. The calculator itself is a tool. It it doesn't really have drawback is going to hurt anything. Right. But certainly if misused there are drawbacks, and I think the biggest thing with machine learning is one the market is very saturated. And people are looking at it as a opportunity to make money is a buzzword. It's new thing as a result of you're doing it for the wrong reasons, and you're in, you're just sort of riding the, the buzzword, then yeah. Some, some bad things can have even have a lot of careless things that have been built, a lot of just projects that flaw and the more and more that happens. The more reluctant is for organizations to adopt Wally machinery in infects the whole thing. So I think there's a lot of over promise. Behind it. And I also think that the other thing about it is, is that there's is a big disconnect between, you know, what machines like bitcoin, if people know sort of bitcoin is watching. Running. I know now, but, but it's just like it's amazing how much energy in hype can be surrounding something where, you know, one nine nine hundred people really don't know how it works. Right. I think that the about machine learning is it has the same issue. Where is this thing that is powerful, it can be used correctly? But if so few people really understand what it is. How can be brittle? How can be powerful? How can be bias how it can be inciteful, if, if we don't have people with that kind of knowledge base than at the end of the day. It's, it's all about trusting a black box, which is. No that just sounds and safe. To basically run a bunch of algorithms, that no one really knew what the hell they were coming up with their decisions if to be accurate. And I guess the way that I look at kind of puts us in, in the state feel like would be feels like incompetency in the sense that we have machine mega decision for us all the time. In, we're unable to, to me decision, but not only that unable to understand the machine is than, you know, we're kind of. Rat. It's a. At its mercy. Yeah. Pretty much right? And instill weddings. What all the time is like this disconnect between technology to say, general population. In some cases, you think about an iphone what would happen if all of a sudden, for whatever reason people had to figure out how the rifling worked? Very very. Right. Right. Right. And so if we ever had a figure out how, how albums, where we have one hundred nine five hours running in chains doing this with let's, let's figure out how they have to always have someone that knows right? Bird, if anything we can't fix it. So speaking of your algorithms, how complicated to develop an algorithm, to perform some machine learning on different problems that you're working on be honest with you, leveraged, like things that are in literature, open source, a machine learning is really not complicated in my band. It's, it's about the actual protein solving in, solving the problem that like that never changes to design your own algorithm, to build up from the ground up in is it easy. No do we have a perfect yet. Absolutely, not anybody. I, I don't think so. Not not yet, we're still learning about. Ourselves is people? We're still learning about our own brains. We understand things. And if we don't even understand it, we understand things, you know, it's gonna be very difficult to code something machine that superior to that, right? So do you think that machine learning would be where it is today? If there wasn't open source stuff the for people to use. No, it definitely is giving it his exceleron because I mean it gives everybody the means to at least get in the space and in some people are going to do really, well, good. You know, do it properly N. So these open models are fantastic. We've leveraged a lot of them. And, you know, the culture behind sharing that kind of knowledge, sharing those algorithms is very, very positive thing in, you know that sort of this is one of the tough things about the space is sort of one of the things about academia, that I do miss is the idea of collaboration in it's not about Navid trade secret or having davits grit sauce in. Eighty something that could lot of organization could benefit from, but it's your secret sauce rates. So. Open source, algorithms, our way of saying, hey, this is for everybody in the in their certainly out, wholeness, log at ones, what would what would it take to overcome that reservation of people's unwillingness to collaborate in the industry? Well, I think that for one, I, I don't see machine learning one of the big things is that is the fear that a lot of jobs are gonna be replaced, right organization that is more. Susceptible to that in. There could be more jobs loss. Obviously, there's going to be a bigger push back. But in our case I can say sincere there's never been an instance where we have created machine. Learn protocol that will replace anybody because the reason we made these things is to empower people to master their domain is just an accountant at calculator, you know, in the fifties or sixties. It was meant to empower them in. It's about saying, hey, you have all this potential. You have all these abilities. How about we make it so that you have to spend the least amount of time and energy to, to achieve the things that might be you might feel mundane repetitive? So if you have all the brands in the world to do a forecast sub save your oil production in your good at it, and you have no problem doing it, but it takes you three days to do. We're saying, well if you. If you already know how all this works, wouldn't it be great to do that in one minute in just apply? The forecast maybe runway more forecast. And so it's about sort of getting around the things that are basically opening more creative and abstracts in right? That's, that's a really cool insight because I feel like the same thing happened. You know, with the, the advent of the wheel with as we develop more tools when people became more free to have time to think be creative. That's when we saw technological. Innovation just explode rights ought to be interesting to see as people start using machine learning more and more. You know what it, what are the things that are going to just blow up from from this revolution technology lets us skill or imagination in the inability because if, if you're the greatest analysts relegations on the world you still only have twenty four hours in a day. Right. If you can take your knowledge and thinking imprint that computer so that can be leverage with or without you now, all of a sudden scalable, it can have a big impact. Right. So go to a reservoir engineer. If you go to a doctor, you investment banker will, you're really looking to do is that is, they're still going to be very good. What they do. And is that is that experience is that knowledge in that ability that then way will taps into to understand the problem, Greg that lets us build the model exactly that they want the one, they know is going to actually work in practice? Not something off the shelf. What is that thing? That is actually going to solve the problems in the headaches. They have during the day, read the source, right. These are the people that, that know what those things are. And when you say out, you know, I just, I really need to understand, how it and gas is to do a lot, a lot of fashion last year. You know, it's like I need understand. You know, what are all the dynamics my reservoir that lead to improper recovery of material, and then the Sheila in can basically once they know that's the issue in. It's about understanding these little subtle patterns underneath the subsurface reservoir. They know that, that's the issue in the machine learning able to say, okay, I'm going to hold on that issue and I'm going to have a mall that's gonna take care of that issue for you every day. You're not think about that in how it's gonna affect everything else. It will always be taking care of from now on we move onto the next thing. That's yeah. That makes so much sense on like when you explain it like that it's not everyone's jumping onto this. Moving continuing on with the idea of natural guard oil and gas in general. What do you think the, the pie should look like when it comes to energy think that machine learning can help us better understand how to divvy.

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ONE Energy

11:44 min | 3 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"And hydra store are offering a solution to make grids one hundred percent renewable which in a lot of ways is attractive challenge. He is an incredibly smart, man. A problem solver he studied at the university of Toronto where he got his industrial engineering degree. And then continued on God, his MBA like I said, he's traveled all over the world from the Middle East and Korea to the United States, and Canada working on projects to make energy cleaner, and greener. He is gonna share with us a little bit about more about hydra store, and I am incredibly excited to hear from him in his thoughts on how we can make the world cleaner and greener place. So without further ado, let's get to the show Curtis. How's it going? Great Jordan, doing welcoming throughout me on. Yeah. Absolutely. Just looking at your resume. You have quite a lot of things accomplished, and I'm curious to know if you've always been as passionate about clean energy, as your resume leads onto say or that has have come to you over the years or how does that process happened. Yeah. Interesting question, I mean, I grew up in the north western Ontario, townhall Nora and we grew up in a kind of a simple town and a lot of doors stuff. So really appreciation for nature and a lot of my family's -struction industry. And so when I did my engineering degree all by NBA, I've always been a little bit more drawn to the physical world as those do technology and IT side of things. And as I got into that, I really started to see, you know what the impact of climate change was having and started the focus pretty early in my day. Let's say probably in the early thousands, thousands is when I started all schools focus on, on energy and lining, sort of African nations resource abrogations really love the industry, and then been vetted it ever since. So the type of engineering you. Did you did industrial engineering if that's correct routes right at university? Right. So you've been involved with some pretty big projects than all across the world's Zet Zet, you worked, whether it's hurting around manufacturing. Working integrated oil and gas up in the Middle East to revive turnarounds. In Canada, large pipeline projects nuclear reversions. The I pen to the focus on large capital projects getting those things done. She objectives were on budget. Right. Is you perspective on climate change shifted at all over the years as you've been able to travel the globe? I know in a couple of interviews. You've been the South Korea has your perspective on the effects of climate change in the importance of change as you seen a lot of these different energy production in storage solutions. Yet have probably started to change little bit, where my started having nieces that use in certain thinking about them growing up, and also when my grandfather passed a World War, Two that the amount, how proud we were what they call for our generation will or two and just kind of put those together by you. I kind of feel like the climate change in the climate. Catastrophe were basing is really our generations version of will or two. And, and so I wanted my niece and nephew to be proud of me. And so that's why that I will take some risks of personal sacrifice that try to make an impact in the stays. And that's really what was the catalyst for starting hydra stores. I you know, I saw storage key. I've been around enough major capital projects in what was available of the gap in the market, more solutions can be rough four and so. Decided to Debra on, on trying to create a solution, and bring it to the masses scale so that we have had an impact right man. That is amazing. I'm glad you shared a couple of things. I think your comment on the climate change is our World War, Two really makes it real at least for me anyways, I when you when you heard you say, that's like, yeah, that really is a really good way of saying it. I think bringing the intensity a little bit more not the were dying or fighting against fascism but really is a really cool, wait. Putting it I know that you get it. I understand the importance of climate change in trying to reverse its effects. Why do you think a lot of other people aren't catching vision? Well gender. But it's it's kind of this, you know, the tragedy, the Kalman sort of thing is any one person is able, I can't have that big of an impact, so why bother and it's also such a slow slow moving in, in the grand scheme of things. It's not something that hits you know, changes tomorrow or next week. It's a you know. Multi decade sort of transition. We're building a lot of carbon stock in the atmosphere, that we're gonna be stuck with for a long time. Those affects haven't really enough yet. So I just think it's too heavy general propose to really embrace, even though they kinda wanna do it is a really tricky problem. That's not, not, not very easy to solve when I see why it's difficult to Saul. So my view is, we need more technology to make it easier. Get the economics on the side. So when renewables are cheaper better than will do it the climate changes because it makes economic sense that it's the matter solution. So that's where I'm play, and then the other side of it is the sure we elect politicians that believe in are willing to do something about it. Because it does take policy as is can't leave it up to individuals to solve this. We really got him. Poor mated at the head. Provincial federal level and global levels. Insure politicians, you know, image doing something and we will do account. You know, so I try to encourage people to take that you when they who. Who MIGS oughta sense? You, you also briefly mentioned in regards to storage, which is always what your company is based around. Why in your opinion is storage so key in wire should we be talking more about it? Ribbon solar come down in cost. Very, very competitive sources of energy. But the issue is there in Germany. And if you're gonna back that up by natural gas, plants or fossil fuel plants. There's really unlimit to carbon in hacked that you can have, and there's a limits renewable penetration. You can achieve storage allows you go hundred percent where rebel. And so when I when I look at that say the renewable generation side is figured out, but to allow them to hit their full potential, they need storage. And when I look at what's available at storage hump. Tiger. Great. But very site specific batteries, can go anywhere. They just don't last that long, and they have you capital costs wool will allow them to do long durations storage at scale at cost effectively. And that's where tries were were little bit like pumped hydro, we. Got the cost, and we can do ration-, but we can be sighted, almost anywhere how issue without the battery relax relax a lot longer so much. Better cost profile out by our projects. Need to be built at scale, you know hundred megawatt plus her project and they years, the Bill three years. The Bill where battery he deployed in a matter Mertz. So there's clearly role for batteries clearly role for pump euro were trying to give one more solution to help, you know, increase the amount of storage on the grid, which allows more solar win, which than crowds out the boscell and carbon-emitting source, Jerry. Right. So you said wind and solar that side has figured out, but it's the storage option is problem. Would you say that this is where the bottleneck is for a lot of renewables being built today? Yeah. I wonder there's really limits on penetration in certain areas of the grit. They're stopping the put win the Zoar. I also get the duck herbs and whatnot whether Kerr tailing, a lot of solar, which then hers, the economics of those projects limits, the ability of more, and so once Lucien about is putting a lot more integrated transmission, which, again, makes sense sometimes but a long time, that's not very possible. And so rather than just saying, hey, thirty percent renewable penetration. But we gotta stop there with enough storage that are ratcheting that number and heaving rates down, or similar to what they are stage is really been Kiewit, meet me could have one hundred seven grit at astronomical rates that nobody's gonna support that is not to be cost effective and clean the vision of the day. I agree. I think that is, I know a lot of times, like, I'm a nuclear engineer the moment, but I know that when I talk about renewables with people feel like the number one concern that comes up a lot of the time is finances, and economics, and all what we can never make it affordable. But what you're saying about it. We need more storage options makes a lot of sense in bringing that price point down for those that are listening. I know I have done a lot of research and understanding how your operation works. But, how would you explain to the normal layperson how your operation is actually storing energy to be used? Sure. So we use the process. Call advance compressed air energy storage, and the, you know, hydrophones handful of patents in this space, where we got tricks really allow compress their which is a pretty mature technology classes, been multi hundred megawatt plant spill thirty four years ago, still running very reliably, but they always suffered from a couple of limitations one was they had some emissions because they use some natural gas in the process, and Secondly, that they were only cited where there was a salt formation with a suitable geology to make underground solution, mined cavern in the salt. And so when gun is we broke those two, we use a hard rock mine store, the air underground and we not use any natural gas. So step back and describe how it works. We sing a shaft about six hundred meters into raw, we then hall away out as phase of. Space roughly equivalent to evolve you'll recall stories high, and then hawk side, we have in bare compressor that sucks Ambi of era of the atmosphere pressurize it when his hot air will be run that through a heat exchanger for management system, strip out the heat store in hot water. We then send the air underground this cavern, which was otherwise fills water that air lips the water back to the service.

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ONE Energy

11:23 min | 3 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Technology become a quivalent to conventional heating and cooling systems. So this technology's not really well known in Canada. I don't think there's not many providers. We have some expertise on this technology within pinch in which is good for our clients. But I think that's why we don't talk about it enough in Canada. Then to move into the more. For the more modern or you talk about alternative fuels. And then you're into wind and solar. Andy seem to be the modern version, the more buzzword technologies that right that have become much more well established. And I think that's going to continue because the costs to implement them have come down over time. The technology continues to improve if you monitor the changes in the blades for wind turbines, quite a work in progress to see that, that technology is still evolving. But here's the thing. And this is a big thing, at least in on -tario Ontario installed wind and solar probably now at represents up to twenty five percent of its installed electrical capacity. But when they did, so they did it without. Installing storage and because I'm not a wind or a not a windex 'but. But the thing I've learned in on -tario wind. It's, it's cyclic, and we have most of our wind occurring at night, when we don't need the electricity. And the way the regulations are set out when these alternative technologies are providing us electrically, we don't have the capabilities to turn them down. So without having installed storage capacity. What they're doing it on -tario, sir, causing some destruction with the stability of our electric grid, which unfortunately, plays a role in us having to turn on our natural gas fired electrical systems, emit carbon, which is Shane because we've got lots of electric capacity total. And then in regards to storage. Age. I think is an absolutely fascinating point there member doing a research study on an island off of Spain. Maybe you've seen this. You know what I'm talking about what they have done for those listening is they used the excess electrically generated by the winter binds, and created kind of a mini help me out like water. You know, hydro hydro electric gas turbines, prompt. They pumped the water up a hill. And then when they need it, it the let the water flow in turn turbine produce, electricity sting, which is a fascinating idea. That is fascinat- that reminds me of what hydra stores done in Toronto something similar. They've been demonstrating the idea of using excess green electricity when it's available to store, a high pressure air balloons in Lake Ontario, ruin and then later you. Use that energy when electrobi- is needed or expensive to recreate the energy for the grid. But there's other storage technologies as well. And this is probably one of the things that so cool about cleantech, is it just provides so many opportunities for creative thinkers, and unter preneurs to come up with new ways to store energy. One of my favorite is hydrogen. And I'm a fan of hydrogen because when I was in industrial gases, I looked after a hydrogen business. So I've got a bit of a soft spot for hydrogen, you hear about hydrogen of vehicles, and really hydrogen vehicles are really electric vehicles. It's just that hydrogen is the fuel source used because it's a way of storing electricity. So the way that works is through electrolysis you use the electrically when it's available to convert hydrogen or water into hydrogen. Which you then later us when you need the electricity or you're driving your car. So there's that technology and hydrogens also used in power to gas type technologies which I don't think it's really taken off yet, but there are other applications for hydrogen as well. With all of these. Ideas or even solutions that you presented. I think I do one hundred percent agree that I think geothermal is often overlooked think it's like the younger brother of the family. You know, everyone always talks about the older cooler siblings. But then, like, oh, yeah, there's a little Billie like kid, right? You know, like geothermal is a great idea. I know I'm at university of Ontario technology and they power, they have huge thermal system in place. Yes. Out of all these things, hydrogen wind and solar geothermal? Do they have the ability to, you know, meet the price point of oil and gas? I know that that was a hurdle you had mentioned earlier. Yeah. So few things about that. I think oiling gas. I think it's always going to have its place. I think making electrobi- is always going to be more inherent than. Carbon based fuel sources so electricity. You can kind of gain sixteen cents per kilowatt hour and burning natural gas. It's like less than three cents kilowatt hour. I think I think bottom line. The answer to your question is going to be around the regulatory framework on pricing. Carbon. I think if the regulatory framework comes about that carbon emissions from fossil fuels are priced high enough. That's probably the only mechanism where the really gonna become that equivalent is there anything that, you know, people listening or even just people in general that they can do to help make some of these things more accessible. Yeah. I've got a few notes on that. Yes. So I think. Thinking from the perspective of small to medium sized. Manufacturers. And the thing that I see is, you know what they really are conscientious about carbon emissions and. Everybody does genuinely want to be compliant with the regulations, and there's a high interest now in learning about alternative energies, and I already spoke about viral spoke about electricity, being fundamentally more expensive than fossil fuels, but companies, they need to educate themselves, and be smart. Because one of the things we see is you talk about carbon, okay? I'm going to reduce energy consumption and the first thing they think about is electrically which in Ontario is the wrong thing to think about because our electricity grid is so green move and. I spoke about on -tario having the highest cost of electrically. So what I seek companies doing is economically. They're doing the right thing because the reducing cost by using less electricity. But they're not really helping the carbon situation because the electricity they use isn't emitting carbon anymore. So this is why I say that companies really need to be smart. They need to be clear on the reasons they're doing projects. Is it to save cost? Or is it to save carbon because an on Terry? Oh, it's very complex situation. Just because the electricity pricing is so high. So a few things to keep in mind, what we've noticed in at or at least I've noticed because I wasn't previously aware of this is how. Vibrant in Canada. The financial industry is, and this idea of green bonds, and investors having an interest in helping implement technologies to improve the environment. So if I was a small to medium sized manufacturer, I would say, you know what if you've got a project that can reduce your carbon emissions, but it doesn't meet your internal thresholds for capital within your organization. Then maybe there's a third party investor through the green bond system that may have an interest in doing that project on your behalf under some sort of financial arrangement the next thing I would say, is don't overlook transportation. We talked about in on Tero. I believe that this is the next. Cohesive pot of carbon that could provide s a step change downwards and carbon emissions for this province. But yeah, it's like if you run a lot of onsite transportation equipment like forklifts, there have been companies that switch those vehicles to hydrogen technology and save carbon emissions that way or maybe battery power might work well in those sorts of instances. And so I would just say that we need to be mindful to look at ways to use surplus carbon free electricity to displace fossil fuels. So and what I mean by that. And on. Oh, I think it's a missed opportunity because we know at night and on tarot are based. Band as lower all of our electric city is green. But nobody's really talking about installing twin electric natural gas fired heating.

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