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Battle Acts: France Beefs up Its Forces
"Two thousand thirteen french armed forces have been stationed in the suhel fighting jihadists francis forces have been stretched just over five thousand of its troops for a region. Roughly the size of western europe. Such counterinsurgency operations might be challenging. But these days francis generals have their sights on something far larger forests in the plains of the champagne ogden region. The armed forces are beginning to prepare for the return of a major conflict exercise. Orion a giant drill plan for twenty twenty three who involve the full range of french military capacity on a scale not tested for decades specter of high-end war is now so widespread When you talk to military analysts that is an acronym for this scenario. Hei which stands for the english translation is hypothesis of major engagement. Sophie pattern is our paris bureau chief. And it's really a seismic shift. I would say for french forces because if you think back thirty years ago most of them were involved in overseas operations in peacekeeping and if the last decade it's been a question of counterterrorism or counterinsurgency most that side the being in operation but can in the sahel or even a counter-terrorist operation could operation centeno in france itself. But last year the head of the army general tilly bucker presented a strategic vision for twenty thirty looking ahead to the next decade and in it he described an outlined the need for the to prepare for high intensity state on state conflicts and he had this line which is very striking. He said the return of a major conflict is now a credible
Ask Geoffrey: Chicago's Old Passenger Rail Stations
"Chicago's old passenger railroad stations for decades acted as the city's front door where people from all over the country arrived seeking a better life or just the thrills of the big city. Jeffrey bayer takes us back to the golden age. Rail travel in this week's ask geoffrey. Hey geoffrey good to see you paris all right so we have a question from larry gardner of skokie he says. Could you do a story on the old train stations that once stood in downtown chicago. Well of course we can. There is as you mentioned. The the late nineteenth century the early twentieth century this was the golden age of rail travel when people traversed the country on trains. And of course right at the center there at the hub of it all was chicago. It's hard to believe. But as recently as the nineteen sixties there were six passenger train stations in downtown chicago today. All passenger trains that come into the city from beyond the suburbs. Go through the last one standing union station which is now owned by amtrak. It's designed including this now. Demolished concourse was right along the river there and the colonnaded main building which is still standing right behind it. In this picture of those things recall the grandeur of rail terminals in those glory days of designed to wow the traveler of the way many airports do today met with. Certainly the goal of another neoclassical designed terminal. Check this one out owned by the chicago and north western railway you know classical buzzards and it stood at what is today. Ogilvie transportation center which is operated by metra. That station included ornate concourses. Waiting rooms even dedicated spaces for barbers and hairdressers. People traveling across the country The chicago north western railway traced its roots to chicago's very first railroad. The galena chicago union established back in eighteen forty eight. By chicago's first mayor actually will be ogden. Certainly the golden age of travel there and then another key player. Of course you hear references pop culture all the time the illinois central oh absolutely That country that company billed itself as the main line of mid america. It was a dominant player. Both in passenger and freight rail their main passenger terminal was called central station once stood just just south of grand part right on the lakefront there. The railroad built this mammoth terminal in one thousand nine hundred three in part to accommodate the influx of visitors. That were expected for the world's fair that year you'll notice almost all of these terminals have clocks or clock towers so people hurrying to catch trains didn't have to fumble around for their pocket watches that of course they had watches it. All central station was also an important point of entry for many african americans who came to chicago from the south during the great migration with like so many of its contemporaries central station met the wrecking ball. In this case in the mid one thousand nine hundred seventy s amtrak diverted there trains to union station but there is still an active platform. Eleven street serving the metra electric line and i gather it's the inspiration for that residential development around their central station. Which i believe. Richard m daley lived there for a while and not to be confused with grand central station. Of course right. That's right and yes. We had our own grand central station. here in chicago. Not new york's wasn't the only one ours was at harrison and wells on the western edge of the loop. Read along the river for about eighty years. It was just north of if you know we're river city's development is today Traffic declined grand central after world war. Two this photo with the board of trade there in the background was taken in nineteen sixty seven at the end of the stations life. It was torn down in nineteen seventy one and this is one of several places in the city. were abandoned. Railroad land is being redeveloped during construction of the new development on this old site buried. Stones from grand central station were actually unearthed and they've been re purposed for a river walk. One chicago train station of actually is still standing So in addition to union station is dearborn station. South loop although of course. It's on train station anymore. You can see its clock tower visible all the way from the north side of lube looking south down on dearborn but what happened to the top of that clock tower. Take a look at this early photo. And you'll notice it once had this huge wooden flemish roof on top of it but in one thousand nine hundred twenty two. It caught fire. Look at these incredible photos from the scene as crowds gathered. Luckily firefighters were able to save the building. But but not that tower roof. I the nineteen seventy s. Most of the train. Shed was demolished but the facade and portions of the terminal were preserved as part of a mall. Serving printers row by the building is still called dearborn station. In fact peres as you just pointed out. Many old stations live on in the names of new developments of the one. You mentioned central station. Just south of grand park word. Mayor daley used to live and then a new apartment building at harrison and wells is using the grim central name
"ogden" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"Music is such an incredible thing. What is your favorite style of music to play or venue. Like what do you love to do. So the style of music that i write is Bi-national course has a new that and narrow hana which is iheart more like consumer songwriters run. And that's what this album that i've just relief is It's nine acoustic so very organic the songs. Well because i think well you know relatives stories. Don't mean a lot. So that kind of music. That i love writing and i also really enjoy writing off music for film and tv but it's different is higher. Righty so you don't tell stories in pot negatives more about the emotion you know that you're trying to support because the stories on screen But i love all is a music and You know national argument has a pretty vibrant music scene. That's not country like there's a lot of christian unity here. The only decent seen for ruinous shoppers music. National acoustic is probably my favorite. So i'm really excited that you just said. This album is acoustics. You because i love acoustic for sure. Your favorite kind of venue to play. Do you likes or do you like big well. So it's a different right. So i opened for the van that have pretty large. And that's a very different feeling than a more intimate small music hall mall theater or even a house officer There's just a different connection that you go. There is her hernandez more about building that connection no matter what by the audiences last night at the place that we were performing here. You know there were there. Were about twenty people there but they were all really dialed into the story in the songs there was. There's an exchange. I think you talked about kind of a spiritual aspect. We played assad last night call. Highway calls and it's The lyrics go from the time. You're a kid. There's a trigger inside it's gonna go off is just a matter of time tell you your vices take center stage in around the spotlight there is no state dirtier clean drunk or sober. It's off to the races over and over ticket chip off rock-bottom every time you fall. The low road is waiting when the highway paul's and there were people in there that as we play that song were you could tell they were going someplace inside of themselves. And i think a lot of us realize and i've heard people say like Trauma in your tissue right lake. We kinda sometimes the comment the world with things that make us more susceptible to certain being you know as a kid. I certainly felt like i had things that made me different. And i think we all have those things that are that are triggers that we're kind of born with and and what we what we decided to do when those triggers happened is really what ultimately be how. You're probably the same with public speaking in that. I've spoken in really large places with large audiences. Right which is a different experience than than smaller places. There is an exchange of energy for sure that happens between you in the audience. And sometimes it's hard depending on was probably the same for you most of the time with lighting. But i know for me sometimes on stage speaking like if the lights are crazy. You can't even see people's faces in that's challenging for me. Because i can't. I can't get that connection with people in have that energy exchange. You know so. I like i like when the lights aren't so bright so i can see people's faces. It's more fun fully so your album just came out and tell everybody one more time. What it's called and called one stock. I power by and i also to make it possible for people yet music so i have If you go to my website which is just my first and last name. Shantelle ogden dot com. Then you'll see on the homepage. I have leanings. That says gifts the owl. And if you click on it. There's a way that you can semi album to anybody and just pay shipping and then get a free download for yourself i wanted just in naval that processes much like young because it sri i do believe that that can be all and can help and can invite into who we are and that is what i want to share this records. Nice well thank you so much for coming on and sharing your story with us and thank you for being such an incredible supporter and advocate for the recovery community. We need all the support we can get so thank you for that. Thank you and wanted to tell everybody out there that you are and your logs and you know life is hard and and we've talked about some of those things today but just know that you're worth it and you matter and there is a place for you in this world and they're something that you've been brought fear to do so i'm not what it is. Amen to them for everybody out there. I hope you're having a fantastic day if you enjoyed this episode. 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Lecrae On Overcoming Trauma, Abuse And Addiction To Be Your Best
"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the addicted to success podcast. I'm your host. Joe brown and i'm here today with grammy award winning artist activists and new york times bestselling author loughrey. Cray has a new book. That has come out its code. Im restored lost my religion but found my face. And if you're on the other side of this episode right now listening and you have struggled with things such as abuse trauma divorce division addiction or hopelessness. The craze hit a tell you that there is a way to break through this so the cray thank you so much should be in here brother. I'm excited to dive into these powerful conversations. Thank you appreciate ogden. Awesome so the cray. I've read your book. I m restored. There's so much juice in them and i I resonate with a lot of your journey. I personally was in the music industry now in the entrepeneurship space and tell you what man being a man of faith and walking in the secular world just that pulled. The secular world has at times and the temptation. That's a play. I can understand if if you've had these crazy experiences in your life and you have your wounds in the trauma. That's that suppressed. I can understand how it's tries to play out on an unconscious level. So let's dive into this man. A lot of the audience are predominantly entrepreneurs. The very much on the run you know. They're chasing success. There high achievers it may even be overcompensation area success. But what would you say for you. Was this like pinnacle moment in your life where you realized that you needed some healing to take place. Now i come from a background where it ain't broke. My biological father struggled with affirmation and approval. I was always kind of like on the low in the totem pole. So i had to fight for everything. I had to scrap to fill a sense of value. And that carried over into my pursuit of you. Know my success Outside of the musician you know you're you're moving a million miles an hour trying to be an entrepreneur trying to be an author trying to be all these particular things and I always say like this. The way i knew i needed. Killing was not because all of a sudden the success stopped. It was because the engine on my boat ran out of gas. And let me break that down for you. Most entrepreneurs successful people would liken themselves to motorboats or speedboats and we are speedboat. You're moving a million miles an hour quickest as possible but what ends up happening eventually. Is you run out of gags in. None of our biggest fear is being a raft. We don't want to be the type of person she carried by the way we don't want to be type of individual that is just like i don't know what's going on. I'm just going to let life happen. We wanna be go getters but in going so fast you run out of gas and i had to learn that i was meant to be a sail boat. A sailboat put working. You put hard work and effort in but there's an understanding of the wind. There's a time when you understand when it's time to let the sales up when it's time to have them down when it's time to turn the rudder All encompassing act in i was a speedboat moving so fast thinking i was just gonna accomplish everything and then i ran out of gas and gas round. The gas for me looked like depression. Looked like anxiety. Look like coping mechanisms. Yeah powerful it. It sounds like you started to notice this kind of this disorder in your life right. I remember watching the series that you put out on on youtube recently director series. Man i love what you said in the first episode. There where you said it's like you you wake up in the morning and you see beautiful things and you know that it's beautiful but you can't appreciate it now. I'm sure there's somebody listening right now for sure that can resonate with that. And that's struggling with that. How did you work your way out of this depression. Yeah i mean that's the tough part right is when you're used to work in and accomplishing goals. You think there's a way. I can fight my way through this or there's some kind of you know book i can read or thing i can do and unfortunately the reality of it is that your your nervous system your body your past traumas. All of them need time to heal and they need attention. And so you you have to now be as passionate at. I had to be as passionate as i was about my healing process as i was about everything that was doing that. Got me into that. That dr place in so. It took a lot of time effort energy. You know counseling matter meditation. Medication all of it In order to get myself to a place where i was functioning in i was healing.
Why SMS Marketing Works
"Is the founder of converse smart. He is served in the us army. He's a smart guy. He knows more about sms. Marketing than anyone else. I know and so what i did. I posted on my facebook group. And i said hey. What are your questions. And i got a whole list. Great questions here to ask him. But the thing i want to start with ari is the the fudd around. Sms fear uncertainty in doubt. People are well merchants anyway. Seem terrified of s marketing. But like don't think twice about sending an email blast to got an email list right at least based on the sheer number of newsletters. I know i didn't sign up for but still somehow am on but s. They're afraid of it. So someone The question i want to open with you acuna. Hurry is a gentleman who said. I don't do any sms marketing presently because personally hate it as a consumer. But that's really the only research i've done it. I find it incredibly intrusive and kurt. Gosh this poor man. And so what he that was his. That was a setup. He's tortured by sms. text him. he'd like just wants to die and his name is jeff and his question there is are there any stats tracked about loss of customer finicky. Like fewer repeat orders unsubscribe. It seems like the financial is there in the short term. But i worry about the long term loss of goodwill. Please put this to rest. Yes let's do it so first of all. Thank you for having me on your podcast. Super excited to talk about sms out and this is one of the things that i hear all the time so every time i talked to marketers. Either someone is really pro. S other really against sms. That's kind of what we've seen Talking to many direct consumer e commerce marketers or people have received calls from telemarketers. Sean sell them something. So people are very reluctant to give away their phone numbers so a lot of the time as more of like a personal thing where people have had that experience like. We've all experienced. As i remember when i was in new york and got like a puppy like ten different messages from president trump. I never remember ever opting in for any presidential campaigns ever. But i guy like ten for once So this is probably like people who have experienced things like this and they never like ogden. So it's like okay like them. Doing it now feels like they're kind of like doing what the spammers are doing. Like you said it's the same people who would go and email a full list That probably opt in. That are still scared of sending those messages out via texts. But the thing is we've done the research we have tons of data on it We've lunch twenty twenty state of text marketing report. Move lot of information and what we found out is that there is no reason for someone to be scared of texts marketing. And here's why. The average consumer spending more and more time on their mobile device over ninety percent of americans can be reached via text and demographic demographics between ages of eighteen and sixty two prefer text over any other communication method. And if you really think about it when we communicate with friends family coworkers. Use messaging apps. Right and sms is probably one of the primary use and it doesn't matter who it is. Everybody opens or text message like obscene. Like people who have never like open their emails but when it comes to tax they always open every single text message. And that's the first thing that we need to know. That consumers are on that channel and the thing about marketing is that like businesses have to go where the consumer is at so. It's the same thing here where personally you might think that may not work or it's invading and no one should ever sign up for it but the data shows otherwise the consumer are signing up to get these text messages. They're receiving text messages. From presidential campaigns two factor authentication order delivery confirmations customer service
Just What is Going on at the Esports Stadium Arlington?
"Sports stadium in Arlington is the largest Esports arena in North America this week. They laid off almost all their employees including former president. Jonathan Ogden Josh. Whose been at the Helm of the company for the past few years made it clear. There was plenty of discontent behind the scenes. He tweeted quote would love to talk about what's happened a t Sports stadium and my fears what will happen with the new Direction off all the details but need to tread lightly from a legal perspective and quote in other tweets. He makes it even more clear that the exit wasn't pretty and that the new leadership represents a drastic change from the team driving the stage over the last few years. The new president will be luke Bauer Bauer doesn't have much experience in E Sports at all. Jacob Wolfe tweeted yesterday quote Bauer is a 2020 University of North Palm. Just graduate and Linkedin shows experience running a pressure washing company power is a friend of Luke lights means and quote. Luke is the other figure involved with the company and he's a bit controversial Thousand Years. Apparently the grandson of Ray Davis a majority shareholder of the Texas Rangers who helped launch the venue according to Woolf the current CEO of Esports Arena Arlington is Neil Lyman a minority shareholder for the Rangers. And if that name doesn't ring a bell, here's a refresher Infiniti sports and entertainment. That's the company that bought optic gaming back in 2017 and made an absolute mess of it before selling it off to a mortal's about two years later. Now, it seems like Neil is taking another popular is Esports institution run by a gaming veteran and moving it in a direction of wage earner nepotism Bauer didn't interview with Kevin hit at the Esports Observer, which I will link below in it hit questions Bauer about an odd tweet from Luke leitzman lights been again appears to be Bridge between Bauer and the Texas Rangers owners who are making the decisions here lights been tweeted and then deleted e Sports Stadium Arlington will not at any time require requests or inquire about the vaccination record of anyone. I will be buried in the ground before this changes. That's just an odd statement to make from a public health perspective, especially as venues have been one of the hardest-hit industries by the covid-19. Demek Bauer claims lights been does not have the authority to make that call but his entire page was wild with feared claims. And now as I searched for it today does not exist. So weitzman's actual role at the company is not clear whatsoever. Jonathan quotes who did the article and said there is much much more to this and is in no way being transcribed fully booked. It's not a fault of hit. Of course. It's a fault of Bauer who just is not going to provide the full situation. We likely won't know the full story until Jonathan's NDA expires, but for now given meals poor history. Use words to say the least. We certainly aren't going to give him the benefit of the doubt here.
The Latest News On The War In Yemen
"War in yemen has been one of the grimmer stories unfolding anywhere on earth for roughly six years now for most of that time it has struggled fool widespread and much more so this year as the rest of the world was preoccupied with the obvious. One of the reasons that yemen has been under reported is that it has been difficult and dangerous to report from monocle. Twenty-fourth beirut correspondent. Leyla moulana alone has recently been to yemen and joins me now a layla. First of all the logistics at this point of getting in and out of yemen. How do you do it. The logistics arch freaky and there are multiple ways now. there awesome flights operating into yemen. And on the way in the way it was done. was through cairo's flying into cairo. And then going into an applet. Who'd you in the south now the flights of neuron a few times a week. They don't necessarily ron time. All hugely overbooked. Of course with people want to go on another extremely expensive as what happened with us. Was that when we lost one can can you then looking out as well because these flights are constantly moving. So it's very unsure when you go in how exactly oh gutting be able to get out and in all case We had to change into a land route option and dry options country which took days because the flights simply went operational on the way out so not necessarily the stable of travel. Itinerary will clearly once in yemen which parts of it. Were you actually able to see so. I was in shabwah. Governorate which is in the south is traditionally very Very tribal governor. At and at the moment it's now the only southern governor this fact compete under the control of the central government it was until the end of two thousand and nineteen ponti occupied by the some transitional council which is the nutritional southern separatists of southern yemen. But they were pushed out at the end of two thousand and nineteen alongside the shabani elite forces which were essentially local mercenaries hired and backed by the united arab emirates. Who of fighting that. They had been fighting against al qaeda terrorists forces that they will push out the two thousand eighteen so it is now backsitting under government control but of course at still a lot of controls over the different parties that some things. That isn't the right decision. So in that part of yemen is life relatively stable and peaceful on the one hand is driving around the capital city act. They're all going up. There are shop opening people walking around. That does seem to be a bishop. Prosperity come back and stuff. People was antony there were jobs hidden now. We can't find jobs in other areas with coming his to work so in on that side of things know that building tourist complex building hotels that very hopeful that the level of stability having now even things like went scoreless Address the that level of civility means that they will have increasing prosperity. The problem of course is firstly that the country as many said to me is still seen as water but also there are a lot of problems with stability they currently have posited is because there is oil. it's one of the three governorates that has a lot of oil in yemen and the governor has made a deal with the central government that they get a twenty percent cut. That goes straight to the governor at so they can invest in rebuilding infrastructure analytical houses in the governor at. That's a great deal. But a lot of people in southfield they should be getting even more not so much of it should be going to the central government that trying to encourage more western oil companies to come back in as also lots of liquid natural gas that the moment there is just one australian oil company functioning on The moment there is just one austrian oil company who is currently can shop. Hope that increase was fired. You enjoy -tunities Very unstable as i say with the political situation still going around. They're all active. Frontlines from the nearest one is in marriage to the north. That's fine with the season is also still frontlines. The southern traditional council as well given everything you've said about life in shaw born those soins reasonably encouraging signs of some sort of return to normality. Does it feel like the government is itself a self contained country at this point. Is there much talk about trying to put yemen back together. So this is the big question with some people are saying shove what is the example of how of federalist yemen could work. You know in which the different governorates level tournament. A certain amount of money to run that own concerns are loyal to a central government and of course contribute troops to a central government. Which is what's currently happening. Lots of shift one young men going and fighting own the nearest frontline that the government has up in a way in tons for its relationship that they have on say. The governor is a loyal to central. Government has a good working relationship barron which she has been given this level of autonomous theoretically that is hopeful future. The problem is that people are fighting for different reasons. This is something people kept saying to me that you know there are some people who had the interest of the money interest of the oil. The pool of calls many people saying that the uae and the arabia of that those reasons. But then you've got some transitional council bay come from a long line of people who believe that the south of the. Nfl is completely different from the nose. Should be united and shouldn't be wrong from the north which causes where at the central government is based although i should say that most of the people who make up the central government actually are outside the country right now because he ended so constantly moving on stable But seth me they're southerners new feel wouldn't at shouldn't be enrolled in the as the south bend. Of course you have. The who fees. Who are the shiite iran backed militia. Who are still fighting in. How occupied a lot of the north of the moment. They are running at sanaa city at the moment still and they of course flight final ideology and copy one of my money as many people said to me that it's not just about these business relationships on the national resources so while the idea the united yemen too. Many people is hugely appealing. And so many people that saying can you with retired war. We want peace. We want elections. We just want to get on with our lives and have yemen stop being associated with the idea of this ongoing horrific war which the united nations is called the greatest humanitarian crisis currently in the world but whether or not that's realistic the number of political issues currently butting up against each other both in tunnel and the proxy wars being fooled by international powers is is another question is obviously not short of problems but it was also burden this year as every country on earth walls by the covid nineteen pandemic. Were you able to get much sense of how that has affected life in yemen or how yemen with the resources it has has been able to handle it so the area i was in has extreme yellow covid figures at least in tons of what's being counted now going in i thought perhaps they simply aren't being counted all covered up in some way. One of the arguments is of course. It doesn't really make sense for the government to be covering up coach. Vic is because it's one way of them getting access to aid. Amy because so much aid money to other projects has been coastal this year because it will bring directed towards codex but in the area. I was in shock whistle. The numbers are extremely loads. They do have a new testing center in the capital of. Its just couple of months old. That's incompletely funded and built by the saudis very center. It isn't getting much use because they don't seem to be that many people coming in now elsewhere in yemen. The problem has been much worse. Part of the reason might be that there is not that much movement in the south. Where's the north in ogden. In saana a further away from that is a lot of moving there and we. Stephanie seen horrific numbers of people really struggling particularly ibp comps. Where who's it spreads wildfire. Now i did meet with several people who said that in the prisons. The situation is getting much worse as well. I spoke a couple of prisoners families who said that they the dominant co code in prison and the conditions were horrendous. They were not being freed Unlike many prisons seeing around the world who've been given a thorough from prison while the coronavirus has been spreading shouts great concern. The big problem really is as i say. That was not much of it to be seen at the moment. But the very worried about Of course we know that in the summer does seeing that the transmission. I'll in the winter. Once that construe immune systems are the health service simply The local hospital is absolutely overwhelmed. Ready mary i was having a den. Gay deng massive outbreak which is affecting a lot of young children in particular from the rural areas. You have to travel hundreds of kilometers to get to the hospital. So although right now where i was as i say not that big a problem if it does hit in the winter and docs saying they're concerned about that. It would be really really devastating. The muslim needs right now. Layla milana allen in beirut. Thanks for joining us.
Google's Opt-in is a sham
"To opt in or not. How real is that opt in offer. You realize what you're opting in four. I'm jefferson graham. I've got some thoughts on this. You're listening to talking tech to plug the new pay app from google. Google is encouraging people to try it out and let google monitor your finances and purchases in exchange for personalize offers that it says you must opt in four so if google knows that you eat at burger king he could hit you up with specific burger king offers as opposed to generic restaurant deals in your neighborhood. But didn't know is that people are wary about giving google yet another license to track our every movement as it already does with maps youtube viewing searches and the like. It knows where you go what you watch who you spend time with what stores you drive to and more now. How do you feel about google tracking your purchases so in announcing the new program. Google said this paper civilization feature was opt in and offered a three month trial to give it a try quote at the end of three months. You can decide if you want to keep it on her off unquote. That's what google says and it sounds great right google's putting the decision in your reality check time. Most people won't even know what they signed up for the lettering as tiny is just another window of user agreements. That people's zip right through the turn on page is just one of many pages. Consumers will see when they download the new app and quickly as they always do to say yes to everything. The first thing. Google s is if could use your phone number as identification to introduce yourself to your friends on the new app which has been registered as part mo part quicken part apple pay of vehicle to tap and pay retail split pizzas with friends and monitor your finances so google needs identification is share with friends. I get it next. Earn rewards when you pay discounts and prizes are always welcome. Then the big one turn on personalization within google pay this is in big type but underneath in very small type you see there are the most relevant offers some stores and get recommendations for ways to save. Now here's the ogden quote. If you turn on personalization within google pay this data and additional info like the location where you made a purchase will also be saved in used to personalize your google experience you can also try the setting only for three months unquote consumers are then told they can go to their google account to turn it back and stop the ads. Once they've accepted good luck finding the place to disconnect so the new google pay app.
Repurposed Content Can Increase Your Traffic 300%
"This is John Jansen. My guest today is Shayna wide singer. She is the founder and CEO of business called re. Purpose House. So Shayna thanks for joining me. Hey, thanks for having me John. So what did you do before repurpose repurposes actually fairly new business so was so give us your your your concise history to this point. Yeah, you got it. Well, I mean my back on video production and post production. So I was the only person in the household do how to use the video camera when I was like eleven. So I made a lot of fun awesome little videos not knowing that that would be what my path was actually later in life so I went to school for films at all of that I ended up landing a GIG. Doing some freelance work for a business coach I was doing some branding stuff for him some marketing, a lot of video production, and we were at the infusion soft conference that year it was two, thousand fourteen when it was in Phoenix and. We were kind of trying to make a big deal of his. How do you make a big deal out of business coaches booth, right? So we were running around with cameras and lights and big obnoxious and So many people kept coming up to me asking me about. For their businesses. And I kept hearing the same to pinpoints and it was either they had done. It was so expensive and they didn't see an Roi on five figures for one video right and they put it on Youtube one time and expected it to get a million heads. Or they had like their friends brother's nephew had movie and they did it on the cheap and didn't get anything out of it, and so I saw like a really big need for strategic video production for video marketing in general, and so I got really used to telling people know because they'd come to me and be like we want this massively long awesome video. Great. We are going to be like, no, because nobody cares about that. Let's get them to see content that gets them to care, and then also we'll tell them about who you are but. So in that whole. Capacity I ended up later doing a lot of video podcasts with clients. So we would you every month they come in studio with we'd sit him down. We'd interview and stuff and these little repurpose assets were part of that package, and so when I started to try to sell this video podcasting thing to existing podcasters, they'd be like we don't care about any of the other stuff we just want the assets like it you've made. The little square video mean with the captions and the whole thing we would throw our money at you and so I realized that that was not something that anybody just did like there's platforms you can get yourself that are awesome like headliner and stuff, and then there's like full-scale agencies where you're paying thousands and thousands of dollars for that in addition to other services. But nothing that was like a product is service that was niche. Niche Niche never really know which one it is. But so that's how kind of purpose house was born out of just seeing that there was a need afternoon after need and filling it. Could. After this knit. Niche. I got to know him for us at Jeffer- Gif Okay because that's a lot about you too. So Sake gift but I hear Jif but I just can't bring myself to use it. It is a millennial thing. Quite frankly because that terms been around forever and I know, I remember when I used to I used to say, say gift to my kids they like, what are you talking about like Oh that's what we call it. So. So I'm glad you started with video because. You know as you talk about on your website and I've talked about this for years you know content. finally realize we have to have it, but it's probably the hardest thing to create even even with the promise of such high Roi. and. So I've always told him a lot of times start with video just record a whole bunch of video because that's the easiest thing to repurpose you turn your. PODCAST you can turn it into a blog post if you want. So you know how I mean how you? How you approach just the the entire repurposing strategy. You know when you're talking to somebody because I mean obviously part of the promise of repurposing is you're GonNa get more for what you already got. So you know how do you look at that as a strategy for? So, for those who already have an existing well of content I like to dive into. Let's talk about the content that you have. You don't realize can be re purposed right. So blog post you can turn those into video. We'll take to one hundred words of a blog post. Make it a cool text motion style video those goal cast videos and then now that's an optimized video that's repurpose you send them back to your blog posts. So you hopefully Lee Jenner Ogden something there. But you can get like out of a good blog post at least three small repurpose assets for all of the social media channels with a good call to action. Also, you want to get them off of the social media platform.
"ogden" Discussed on A New Direction
"Can learn more by going to wind down. Dot-com that's l i n d a c r a f t. And we're back here on a new Direction and we're talking to Marcus Ogden and his Bulls success cycle and Marcus is just kind of went through his backstory with us. By the way, which is a phenomenal backstory. They talks about in the book and I do have to ask you I had ask you this question. Did you still have the green machine? Haha know we sold the green machine. The green machine was a nineteen am trying to think. What year was that J? 19085 1990 Green Ford pickup F250 no seat absolutely. No air conditioning off. It just it was just a mess straight mess and it was just hard but no we don't have the green machine where we got rid of it. Well, you can he's going to tell you what are the best best parts of the green machine was you said it had wage Radio station and it only played country music and but a quote over to quote you said I learned to love Luke Bryan and the Florida Georgia.
"ogden" Discussed on A New Direction
"And then I just took that leverage it kept going kept going and the last four years. I guess that's now going on four and half years. I've worked for Seventeen fortune five hundred companies. I've worked for the 17 10 or Fortune 100. I do Keno speaking coaching Consulting a two-time best-selling offer. I've written, you know, different programs and procedures and policies for clients do Consulting and I'm very fortunate to have a phenomenal team around me of exceptionally bright individuals who do a great job of what they do, but really and truly it all start with the first facet of I had to own the mistakes that I made with my business and that's when it really start to get better for me. Well his name what I loved the story Marcus by the way, it's we're talking to Marcus Ogden book entitled the success cycle. Have not gone into the success cycle. We just got through the back story. There's a couple of things I want to kind of throw in the back story. They made me chuckle. Okay, I I mean listen, the story is the story is absolutely phenomenal right that okay the sour milk moment. I think one of the things I want to go back in the sour milk moment is you say I think everybody has that moment at some point in your life and you you say, know what I cried but I am crying because I was a custodian I was crying because I knew that this was not the story. That this was not my story right? This was at the end of it. I thought that that was so powerful Marcus because I think people get stuck because they feel like this is their story. But it took it that one incident for you. Really really broke you and I think sometimes I've been broken more than once where I've had to have my prior ego just literally the rug had to be pulled out from underneath. My probably go got out of control. I think I think the thing is for so many people then understand that in order to be used mightily we have to be broken greatly. And and I think it's a powerful moment for us to be I mean, right cuz that really was a pivotal moment for you. Absolutely and without that moment. I'm not here today because I don't really believe I would have ever woken up and said enough is enough. You're the one that made the mistake. I would have kept playing the victim role the blame game the past the game I can tell my clients when they work with people who don't want to own their mistakes. I called the pass the buck game from April 2013 until September 2013. That's all I did. passed the buck. I bought and business partner developer contractor employees. They that's what it was and that's what I did and it was the point where I was just so tired of trying to figure out what went wrong with other people and I looked at myself first finally. I called the inside to outside Theory cuz most people go outside then look inside second. I looked inside. First went outside second and I realized that I was the problem. I was the one with the mistakes. I was the one who didn't do what he needed to do as a result of that. That's when I got things more live. But yes, absolutely without that custodian job and that spoiled milk moment September 2013. There's absolutely no way I would ever be where I'm at today. Just walk away. I know those moments are just so powerful if we allow them to be I think that's the I think that's the other thing right Marcus. Is that sometimes we don't we can either be off tomorrow Victor depending on how we choose to react to that moment and solutely right?.
"ogden" Discussed on A New Direction
"He's he's there he is a highly sought-after keynote speaker folks. His books are great. He has a best-selling book out there called sleepless nights the NFL of family of business, which is an autobiography. Of course, he has this one that just came out this year the success cycle three keys for achieving your goals and business life. He is absolutely an outstanding young man. I have come to love him dearly wage. When though we have never met face-to-face and that's kind of my fault. So without further adieu ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the show and welcome to a New Direction Marcus Ogden Marcus. Welcome to a New Direction how r u j banks have moved on sir. You are so welcome. Listen love the book and I know it sounds like I just keep saying that over and over again, but it's really true too. So, I think it's really important that we talked a little before we get into the three keys for achieving goals in the success cycle itself. I think it's really important that we talk about the back story because you've divided this book up into parts and then chapters Thursday and part one, which is the life-changing moment. And of course chapter one is the backstory. I think it's really important that people understand the back story of how they you basically come up with this success cycle and one of the one statistics that you quote and then I'll let you tell the story is that seventy percent of NFL players go bankrupt within two years of ritaj. But and that's on page four of the book. I mean right away you hit us with that. So what's Marcus's story that gets us to eventually the success cycle. What's the exact store you Marcus grew up in Washington DC with my father Cheryl Phillips Ogden who went to Howard University played there on the football team had a degree in economics guys masters from Maryland University of Maryland economics. I went to Howard University myself was a four-year started offensive line played left tackle right tackle Center. I was dragged in the National Football League by the Jacksonville Jaguars. My old head coach Jack Del Rio is a current defensive coordinator for the Washington football team. And I have a great career almost six years, you know, a lot of you know, great guys, you know, a lot of phenomenal players. I played with played against it was just a great experience got out of football struggle with transition for about six months was an alcoholic. I wasn't paying popping addict hydrocodone off. I was just into gambling nightlife. It was I was trying to find myself Jay. I was literally lost. You know, I knew who I was and where was but I had no purpose in life. I took all the time if you have no purpose in life don't expect to get very far because if you just wander through life, you know blamelessly with nowhere to go you're not going get anywhere fast. So I finally found some purpose. I build a construction company started from the ground up and I built the largest African-American subcontracting business in the city of Baltimore the state of mail for two years in the area of sight work. We did Heavy upgrading till he Stone Seminoles control for major contractors Johns Hopkins Hospital Towson University..
"ogden" Discussed on A New Direction
"And welcome to a New Direction. My name is Jay is Zoe and holy cow. I am telling you what we have got the show that's going to blow you away from them with Marcus Ogden. Oh, yeah, the big man. Yeah former NFL guy who lie cow. I am just telling you what he has written a book this year brand new book. This is his newest one. This year is called a success cycle. Hohoho, you do not want to miss one word of wisdom from Marcus Ogden. I am telling you right now this young man is going to blow you away. He is so good job. Book is absolutely phenomenal. I have read it reread at read it again. I have marked it up. I have dog-eared at holy cow. I am telling you right now you tell sure you tell your kids you tell if your old you need to you need to listen show if you are really really young you need to listen to this show and Marcus augment if you are somewhere in between by the way Millennials on talking to you because he talks to the Millennials in this book. All right. I'm just telling you right now. You need to listen to the show. Okay. It's that good he is so freaking good man. He is so good and I can't wait to do what we're going do. But let's do it. We every week right because here's what we do every week. I walk you through your training right? Because let's face it. We're four people right? We're physical mental emotional spiritual wage, right? And so I walk you through the four years of your life to work on your training because you know what when I as I I've interviewed all these Special Operations forces dead. Force Green Berets Navy Seals, right? They all said the same exact thing. You know what that is. When you're under stress when you're under pressure when you're exhausted, you're only as good as your training period. Which is why even though we're in whatever you want to call this. All right, you have to keep training those four areas of your life. So I'm going to ask you I'm going ask everybody out there who whole world is listening to me whether it's live or podcasts or you know radio right? I'm going to ask you all to go out there. I want.
Police detain alleged IS commander in Turkey
"Authorities say the top Isis figure in Turkey is in custody NPR's Peter Kenyon reports. He had been planning attacks, Turkey, Turkey's interior minister sue them on soil who identified the suspect as Mahmoud. Ogden and says, he was detained as part of a police operation that is still ongoing. So elusive plans describing future attacks inside Turkey were also seized in the raid and suspected Isis fighters detained along with us and are being interrogated. So. Described Austin is the Isis emir for Turkey. He says, computers and other digital material seized in the raid suggests the group was planning to kidnap Turkish politicians and attack businesses in Turkey Turkey's been targeted by Isis, in the past including an attack at an Istanbul nightclub on new. Year's Day twenty, seventeen that killed thirty, nine people.
"ogden" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"George Floyd. So the breath is a loaded proposition at this moment. But these simple And again I'm not using that in a pejorative but simple techniques of putting your hand on your heart taking a deep breath giving yourself a hug grounding yourself in the sensations of your body as opposed to the stories of your mind. Can work. They really can work, but you're right there simple but then they're not easy. They're not easy for different reasons. Every person has to find what works for them. It's not a one size fits all and you know when you mentioned the breath. For example, if you're a traumatized person with super tight diaphragm trying to take a deep breath is just frustrating Or your traumatized person who's in your past trauma you went to that. collapsed. No energy. State. Trying to take a deep breath or taking depressed. Wait, that feign death response rather than be nourishing and coming. So it's you gotta find the action that suits your body. The reason it works is because trauma first and foremost affects the body and thinking your way out of it just not as efficient. But in terms of the thoughts, this is also where mindfulness comes in to work. You've got to let the thoughts go and you've got to refocus all. You're mindful attention on whatever your body's. Resource is with his hands on the higher hugging yourself lengthening spine taking a breath. Feeling your legs, pressing a feed into the whatever works for you. You've got to focus your attention on that because see if if I place my hands on my heart, but I'm still thinking, I'm not saying I'm not saved US guys after me. You know it's not gonNA. Have to let that. Go focus on my hands on my heart feel the touch. And let that semantic recently affect my nervous system I thought it new Roper Buddhist College for twenty five maybe more years and we talked about disciplining the mind. I'm sure you've probably heard that expression that we WANNA, discipline minds to focus on what is going to help us that that time. So. We're now living in. To put it mildly. Tumultuous, times we've got several. New truly, reinforcing dumpster fires going on with the pandemic economic deep-freeze. Racial. Justice protests over manifestly awful racial injustice. We've got an election coming up on top of all that here in the United States. So it's a stressful time. Is there such a thing as a collective trauma and are we in one right now and then follow on question to that if that's true if this is a collective trauma, will some percentage of us be traumatized? Say The answer to both of those questions. Yes. We are in a collective trauma that goes beyond the United States because of the pandemic. And some of us will be traumatized these traumas all that you mentioned the not isolated. I don't think of them as isolated known kids near the pedantic as we know, is affecting low socio economic groups, people of Color Legend next much more strongly I think three times more likely to get covert and twice as more likely to die I, think as an terrible numbers but I think those are statistics. So, they're not. Isolated from each other and as always whenever there's a pandemic crisis like this, it's the marginalized communities who are more much more strongly impacted always in the other element of this I think that we're faced with that we. To deal with this. Demands that we work together and we have so much divisiveness right now in our country and to some degree in the world. especially in our country so much divisiveness that feels like we're not working together. I. Mean Some people are saying it's up to you WANNA wear masks not others are saying wear masks is not for yourself. You know everybody else. So with that kind of lack of strong leadership, we don't feel that it's handled and snap your in our country, and this is with any trauma like a if a child has a trauma if they're raped by the neighbor whatever they need their caregivers to hold them, keep them safe, get them the treatment reassure them. And that will really mitigate the PTSD. And we need that right now from the powers that be and we're not getting it, we're going the opposite. And that's profoundly affecting us as a country I feel most of us have very little power. If any to impact the powers that be are doing right now, what can we do to protect ourselves and our loved ones from being traumatized? Obviously, this is a trauma that seems non-negotiable. Everybody's impacted some of US more than others. But nobody gets out of it with no impact I. Don't think. Given that I. Think we both seem to agree that it is a trauma. What can we do to protect ourselves from being traumatized? This. A lot of different answers to that. When we're traumatized it's an our arousal stays outside of the window at those extremes for long periods of time and doesn't come back in. So I would say for our kids and and each other, we can support each other in regulation. I mean even with children to make sure you've got a bouncy ball, something can bounce on that they can. Have activity because that can be really regulating just to to be sensitive to. That arousal shouldn't stay outside of that window for too long do something and for me, it has a lot to do with the body, but it also has to do with reaching out making connection talking with others. So long as the talk doesn't escalate. I mean many of us are so worried we talked to our friends who are also worried and we.
Chicago Opening Grant Park and Union Park For Protesters To Gather This Weekend
"Been following a massive demonstration on the city's near west side as well tonight it started shortly after six in union park demonstrators calling for the city to de fund the Chicago police department WGN's Dana rabbit has been with the protesters all night she joins us live now with the latest data and this protest has now wrapped up for the evening it took some time for this large crowd to disperse and they sat in the street for eight minutes of silence at the end of this route down Ogden here from the apple P. building but then about twenty minutes or so after that around nine thirty is when they all started to disperse behind me are some of the Chicago police officers who were at positioned throughout this route tonight they have come back here to the apple P. before heading home after their shifts now we have seen some very large demonstrations this week this is one of the bigger ones crowd estimate of a several thousand people they met here in union park before stepping off to March tonight this event organized by several community groups including black lives matter Chicago and thirty third ward working families on what would have been the twenty seventh birthday of Brianna Taylor who was shot and killed by police in Louisville during an attempted raid on her apartment the March was primarily peaceful there was a somewhat tense moment along the route when the group surrounded a Chicago police vehicle several of the bicycle officers formed a barricade around it some in the crowd stopping moving in on them and a little bit of pushing but no significant clashes with police and know what destruction or damage of property the group continued marching they are calling again for the defunding of police they want more money to go to our social groups anti social issues that can help disenfranchised communities they want CPD in the National Guard to stand down an end to the curfew in Chicago and the release of all protesters arrested in demonstrations over the last week of the March started again at union park down Ashland to Chicago the route than winding back to rand often ending where it started about two hours later those taking part say they have been moved by the wave of demonstrations worldwide following the death of George Floyd and they are hopeful for positive change I've seen cops be egregious awful and addresses I've witnessed people coming together unity and we're not backing down you know like this is not just gonna blow over one message I would like to say is that through our mayor our governor that you know we don't want any more empty promises as taxpayers as people who are paying attention the pensions of police officers we demand change and there are several more demonstrations planned over the weekend mayor Lori Lightfoot says she is going to be shutting down a portion of lake shore drive from fuller ten to thirty First Street as well as opening up Grant Park and union park as locations where some of these protests can take place
Utah Officer Killed After Responding To Domestic Violence Call; Another Injured
"A police officer killed as a domestic dispute call turned violent in Ogden Utah responding police officers were met with and return to gunfire in addition to the officer a woman inside the home was also found shot to
The Most Successful Cold Email Eric Has Ever Written
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to eight other episode of marketing. Skoll I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about the most successful cold email that we've written so I think a while back we've talked about the nine word email. This is from a copywriter named Dean Jackson. He's legendary in many circles. So the nine word emails basically this. Let's say I sell houses and Neil often to my list. Neal's not ready to buy a house necessarily but he just likes my website. 'cause I have the best houses in Beverly Hills or something so you know maybe six months down the road I might send Neil evil might hit my entire emails Neil. Are you still interested in a home in Beverly Hills right? That's not necessarily nine words. It's roughly nine words. But it's a very simple email that you can send to your list and it drives engagement because you're evoking curiosity kind of the point last episode that we did but it's also interesting and then also you got to keep in mind that people are not necessarily ready to buy immediately when the Ogden fearless but maybe later the timing might be right so you send us every could be every quarter could be every six months or so and I cannot. I mean doing this for our mastermind. That's worked well. It's gotten across a couple of mastermind people for growth accelerator. I've done this for phone. Calls for the agency phone calls for our agency accelerator program. It just works really well at. It's so simple. Most people tend to over complicate their emails too much. Some of my most accessible emails have been through using this my most successful cold emails were emailing the CEO of large corporations some publicly traded. First off you can google and find their email right. There's a lot of tools like violent norbert or hunter dot. Io where you can try to find the email addresses and email like. Hey John and a really super busy you can forward this to your CMO or whatever department trying to get a hold of. That'd be great. I've away to boost your sales or boost your traffic by X. Y. and Z. percent. I won't bore you with the details. Hope you're having a wonderful day cheers. Neil and I don't know this person but a lot of times they'll actually forward it is what. Ceo doesn't want more traffic or more revenue or sales. And they don't want to deal with this littler team deal with it and when they forwarded over people assume that you know the CEO. I never said I did. But people assume and you have their engagement. And in many cases they convert into paying customers. Oops screwed up. It's a cold email might tipples for warm evils but cold email. I actually remember email that Neil an i. We worked on this for a little bit. We hit up Zingo. When are getting into poker and the key thing here is when you reach out to the Sea. You keep it brief. We kept very brief like. Hey we've actually been in his face before we know how this all works and then basically what happened was CEO for the this to the leaders at the time for people that are trying to push the online poker Ford unfortunately they scrapped the plans for that. But Neil and I. We did get deepening conversations. And we've done this in the past. You just find out what the people are interested in. Neil you reached out to someone that was kind of going through a scandal and discuss a billionaire. And you got that person to respond yet. It's all about what angle can you end up playing? And if you can leverage angle or pain point in most cases you get people to respond. The other cold emails to his people who are doing
"Hello Hello Welcome to sheep. I guess I am just a cup for many of you are watching or listening for the first time. That's me this. Is She podcast? Episode to sixty four with my co-host. Lc as Khobar and our producer. John Jim Ingo. How are you guys doing today? Not to ridicule any news whatsoever about anything at all. I mean podcasting but like other like personal stuff. Well Easter was exciting. I did a drive by dinner. How while because I went to my ex this house and then because I'm not going in because they go to work and everything they brought dinner out so the kind of we set like six feet apart and they talked and I had dinner and it was weird. It was really weird. Bonnie says it's a facebook privacy thing about stream yard. They can't see your name unless you grant them permission right and I guess people just don't do it right so no or do they want in that point. A lot of them don't wanted grant permission right so but see. 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It frustrates me when I can't see the other person's what they're doing. It frustrates me and I've been doing a lot of that lately for different clients and stuff as they set up to record in their home. Oh okay yes I need. I need to calm down. I need to be able to breathe through that. I need some kind of yoga breathing. Technique to center my Chee. Said what are you Senator Senator? Something we can just give you just can send Isaac. I can send may May and you can get through them. Then you'll find yours end. You know it's like a living. We'll be like here deal with her for a bit and then leave work through. That had four under the age of four. I know but you haven't. When was the last time? Oh well that's true. This is what I'm saying. It's like there's a practice I know when I'm in I'm in my sixties or seventies and somebody tells me how to deal with a four year five eight year old. I'm not I'm not going to be adapted. I've been like you know. Been out of it for awhile. I'm over. Yeah it's like it's forgotten like I don't even want to think about when they were infants. I don't I know Yeah No. I don't really like the idea of taking my clients and comparing them to eight year old child. I just. That's not the way it is that feeling. Oh the tenseness in the chest and the tightening in the chest he so we have some like communications. Lets say why. Don't we just acknowledge the folks and just to let everybody know that we are as of now for the past few episodes? We as in the sheep. Podcast team has been recording directly into the sea. Podcast super squad. Which is our Patriot community. So you guys can kind of watch. Us Record live in there. We're going to do the show as always Joe. Johns GonNa do post production and everything but we do have a live chat so we have some people there. We have Bonnie and we have Masai Lena. We have tiffany Humboldt who. She just actually posted that. She's. She wore her flower crown from she. Podcasts live during during the Hardcore Mermaid. Show on Friday. That's amazing that's so cool. And then she. She's asking him. What version of Stream Yard? We are using John. This question is for you. Well stream yards a web application. So you don't have to update it so I don't know what version I know what? She's talking about tiffany. You can only record stream yard if you're a pro client pay for that So in order for you to to be able to record and download your files you have to be if you are not a pro then all you can do is stream. So you have the capability to stream. I don't know how many hours for you know. I don't think anybody needs more hours to stream. But that those are all pro functionalities one of the things that Justin I also wanted to do was to do a double streaming stream to hear and to the podcast main group or to the podcast page. And we can't also can't do that unless you're pro so if you're a pro you can. I think you can Cross post to two places at once. We have done that and if we ask. Yeah have the option of two. Yeah Yeah if you're did you upgrade it Ogden profile? I've been down. No I know I know John Is. Yeah but you know I didn't know. Yeah Yeah you can only do the same time. Yeah no no basic no base. It used to be. I think way back right. John like right windstream yard. I started loud. Yeah they allow for yet when it was in. Beta. That's right. They did allow for for recording and downloading but once they opened it up. Then that's what you pay for. May GotTA STAY IN BUSINESS. Somehow and you want him to be able to stay in business. I mean it is an amazing platform. Yeah we're streaming. You know I'm telling you right now. Once they decide if they can record audio as separate separate tracks right they will be a force in podcasting. I don't know if they ever get there yet but still
How to Keep Going by Greg Audino on Resiliency & How To Build More Resilience In Your Life
"How to keep going by Greg Audino of Greg Ogden. Oh Dot Com. What is it that separates those who keep going from those who don't in times of hardship? How is it that some people find the motivation to continue on while others fall by the wayside and start on a new path a common hardship? That many people face is a lack of motivation. Easy to wish for a rush of motivation to just wash over US and breathe New Light into us but there are just a couple of problems with that. It takes a lot for us to pull ourselves up by our bootstraps in. Keep going a lot more than the self-help idiots who just yelled. Don't quit at us. Allow credit for while hard work is something that people very much pride themselves on especially in Modern Day. America does more a product of nurture than nature by nature. Our brains aren't conditioned seek out challenging ways of doing things they're conditioned to restore energy and seek out the easiest way of doing things as possible. Finding the motivation to get through challenging times requires a little extra. But what is that extra well? Let's lighten things up and talk about my very favorite subject for a second the puppies. How is it that we're able to train puppies? Who barely have any means of understanding us to perform certain tasks with as much precision as another human? Would there are two elements reward and repetition if you reward a puppy or any animal for that matter for performing any given task? There'll be more likely to repeat it because the associated with a reward the more times is repeated with the reward. The more simple task becomes for the puppy eventually becoming like second nature. The good news is that we have an awful lot in common with those cute little and one thing is that we speak and rely on universal language of reward and repetition. Every single thing we do is done because we believe that it's in our best interest. All Things considered there's nothing we don't do because we believe it will bring us some form of happiness wherever it may stem from for us to do anything at all. It's necessary for us to believe any reward on the other side. The more were given or reminded of this reward the more likely we are to repeat the behavior. Conversely the more the expected reward is not given to us the harder it is to have faith in its arrival and the less likely will be to maintain. The behavior does the point which many people who have lost their motivation find themselves. They've lost in the inspiration. Keep on trucking because the reward they once believed in seems to be going further out of sight. The big question then is how to combat this well. A lot of reward we seek is something that comes from. The outside is important to remember that even when outer awards are virtual lock. We only have so much control over them side note. It's also important to remember that over time are desired. Rewards may change for example. He may become a plastic surgeon because it pays well and a lot of people time. More money's more happiness you'll enjoy work and go to work dutifully as long as you're getting your expected paycheck but if the time comes when your happiness requires more than money say requires free time. You're working all hours of the day. You'll be less motivated by your job because is now interfering with your happiness. So what happens? In the event that we are not receiving the outer rewards we seek but we still believe in them enough to want to keep going. What do we do when we see the light at the end of the tunnel? But it's getting hard to keep climbing towards it make no mistake. This ideas applicable in a myriad of ways extends far beyond just jobs which seems like it might be easiest to associate this with. The key is to tune into other benefits. A lot of which may be intangible. It can be difficult for many of us to believe in or even be cognizant of intangible rewards but is essential in maintaining good habits. That haven't yet paid off in the ways you envision them paying off what does this look like. Let's use an example of someone who's running for political office which all tread carefully with considering. I'm pretty useless when it comes to politics. Running for office is a huge task. It takes a humongous amount of commitment and the end goal to be elected is pretty clear. Certainly at points the requires sacrifice stands a chance of wing down on the candidate making it difficult for them to keep pushing and ask themselves if it's really all worth it. At this point. The candidate has an option of redefining their definition of quote unquote winning. Even if they don't win the election. Is it not a win? To have engaged more with the community is not a win to have gained the trust of some potential voters. Is it not a win to pay more attention to and do more for those? Who are struggling. Visit not a win to have gained more knowledge about politics. Is He not a win? To have gained more understanding as to the stress. Those currently in office are under the list. Goes on and reframing one's mind to see winning from Wider Lens in this way is very much difference maker when it comes to retaining motivation and don't think for a second that this mindset isn't after the election if they've lost tour for you if whatever you wants to accomplish doesn't come to fruition in the way you thought it would in this way we see that redefining a win by seeking out smaller. More unique winds is also a means of both avoiding regret and gaining gratitude. So if you're struggling to keep going or you're reflecting on that which didn't go as planned. Take this time to ask yourself. What the rewards are that exists. Beyond that one. Hardy goal you envisioned
Nurse in self-quarantine after treating COVID-19 patient at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
"All right as we get used to the corona virus era the quarantine days this is a life on lockdown everybody has some adapting to do and it's taking some getting used to and it's also taking a lot of people by surprise and there are those people on the front lines right now and I'm talking about nurses and doctors and medical professionals that are risking their lives literally to give the treatment and to help those affected I'm joined now by a medical professional a nurse who will just say her name is Jane and she wants to share a little bit about what she's experienced at Walter Reed Jane how are you I'm good how are you really good share with me a little bit about what you've been going through over the last seven days because you've got you've you've got kind of a dramatic story so currently I am quarantined at home I had a an exposure to a patient that hostage bringing tents that we have outside and got into the E. R. and the patient without wearing any protection mask because like that and then they had a positive test for the virus so I'm at home fourteen China started developing symptoms on Wednesday last week got tested Wednesday last week in an in home since then or just wait it out share with me how it's possible for somebody to get past the initial screening setting in a hospital environment have the virus and still make it into the E. R. we are everyday people will tell us one thing entry Ogden and actually remember something when they're back in the room that they didn't they sent me the right number they had contact with somebody more you know that they are anti recently or something like that it's hard to talk to me about where we stand right now on the front lines the hospitals I know that you can only speak to the part of Walter Reed that you see but where are we with like a personal protective equipment with masks with face shields are there enough supplies to handle the amount of people that in your opinion are coming through the doors needing tests or showing symptoms there are definitely not and equipments for the amount of patients that are coming that are currently not really I am part of a class of groups with lots of professionals in different areas of the country and you know this is just the beginning unfortunately I haven't hit the peak yet watch an update to V. P. N. things like that and as we go on the upcoming week we're gonna definitely need more respirator more maps right now thanks for talking to co workers that we're using are N. ninety five respirators inputting them paperbacks per shift get their allies to later you know in the beginning stages not really sure how much that helps with the integrity of the mask but they are requesting you know he didn't sell cost not better than ninety five rescue her it's nothing Hey guess and I don't mean to laugh at that but I mean it just sounds ridiculous of like okay guys you got your choice you can have a resale ties mask or you can just come on and wearing your favorite bandanna I mean it's gonna look like the Crips and bloods in the E. R. soon here already yeah and as blue bandannas but let's talk about your personal situation real quick if I can yeah exposed to someone that you know was there with the virus and then sent home and you began to feel ill tell me about how you felt over the weekend because from what I understand you're still sort of in the throes of this and not quite sure whether or not you're healthy enough to return to work yes all times are just self felt really tired he having issues getting out of bed I'd rather just regarding charter a really bad headache I haven't really had a fever other than I wake up drenched in the morning I can only thinking is maybe me trying to fight off a fever when I'm sleeping real short of breath it like weird times so one minute all chill totally fine and the next minute I'm not coughing and coughing spells I really can't not predictable at
Lessons From Surah Qaf Ustadh Irshad Hussain: Patience In This Time Of Crisis
"So shallow. We're going to be taking three key lessons from this raw. They shall. We can reflect on in our lives looking at the current situation around us firstly. Unbelievable that we're in a month ago. If you'd said there were in the majority of the world is going to be on the lockdown with massive changes to our social economical financial structure in in this way it would be unbelievable likewise beginning to. Ceuta about something else that. The disbelievers found unbelievable. That's the day of judgement they said had shown a job. This is a strange thing that would die. Become dust That's far preposition. So so this aspect of denying in here here are in a hair after it was president is present now so so that a lot he says to us that have seen the creation around them and would that they can evidences of how the resurrection wants to focus on. We need to use. We need to be able to look at the world around us to make changes to our lives. So let's as a Falungong summer focus. I've seen the heavens. If trump with him how we have made it how beautified did does know and earth how spread out. I'm throwing mountains. We put opponent every different type of punt and then he says that this is a with Vikram Likud Ogden Muneeb. It's a is a way by which a person he's able to see from blindness to to light and it's a reminder for him for every slave whose Mooney Mooney is one who's going to La going back to his his his his focus in life which is to which is to please allow us to to think how can improve myself. Haakan Puma wishing he's always you looking to make a sentence is returning back to? This is the first lesson. Don't we should focus upon and the second key lesson otake call for us. Today is how a law he informs US IN THIS SURA. In this chapter the porcine will decide. Every Friday morning at Pfizer. To remind himself in the congregation is the is how how how hold us in account for the day of judgement and there's a number of ways he mentioned in the sewer in one thing he says what Insana were not monsters will be here not enough so that very recreated man we know what his own soul whispered himself that there's nothing that we think about except that he knows that he say's colon he doesn't say any word except with him is an angel writing away record everything. Nothing is missing along. And then he talks about death. The thing that we fair it talks about the the blowing of the Great Hoon and then how people were driven unless as that. This is the event that people were in Hoffler on in Hillis of look at half Latin Hazza but today we have exposes he can see clearly and the green a the the agenda is five evil. He will this point lead. Try to save himself. You would say Robin Emma value to WHO I didn't call them to become misguided but he himself was misguided so yes he whispered away yes Austrian wishes away but in today's up to us a choice knowing that there's a there's going to be uncountable Which there's no escape so when he's talking to all the way over to say tim say to them that similar the don't argue in front of me because the water's going forth so he soloist. Say That so him and the Korean for Japan so the Boston fire because for every this believer who was reject food obstinate and arrogant. He knew the truth but he wasn't willing to listen but all this accountability is based on the fact that he doesn't do any zoom. Do any transgression. So this is the second aspect I wish to focus upon. The Accountability of us for that day is going to be perfect and the final key lesson is how to prepare for the digital pursuit and and they're in essence three key versus. Osias to focus on I as an how many people before them did. We destroy who are struggling and they. They're great houses and buildings and the gardens in the world but now they go do snowscape for them unless say he's very in that there is an admonition for the one who hasn't hot so we have a clean heart the we can see our history learned from it because history repeats itself or Cassano. Huish and he'd or he puts forth attentive hair really trying to listen trying to understand so if a person contemplates reflects on life it will help to pay for the day of judgement. Because he's he history repeats itself. Secondly says flustered al-Amaya coon with some bit hungrier. Bec- that have patience upon what they say and grow for you load in the morning and in the evenings so part of preparing for the day of judgement is being patient patient. Even in this time of difficulty. We're we're right now we're going to be. We're going to be stressed in terms of finances. Our social lives all the things that we you should do and there are some people who go to simply Craig by. Let's say be patient
A Brief History of Staphylococcus Aureus
"Years ago. I acquired an infection in my left eye socket caused by the bacteria. Staphylococcus Aureus my vision clouded and then. My eye socket swelled shut and I ended up hospitalized for over a week how I experienced the same infection anytime in history before nineteen forty. I would've likely lost. Not just my I but my life then again I wouldn't have ever lived to acquire orbital so you lights because I would have died of the staph infections I had in childhood. Stella Aureus is not a normal part of the human microbiome but many people perhaps around a third are like me. Nonetheless hosts two colonies of it on our skin or in our nasal passages or in our digestive systems. These colonies are usually harmless but while anyone can get sick with staff those of us who live omitted. Every day are more likely to suffer infections. When I was in the hospital the infectious disease. Doctors made me feel very special. One told me you are colonized by some fascinating Lee. Aggressive Staff He told me I wouldn't believe the petri dishes if I saw them and went on to call my continued existence. A real testament to modern medicine. Which I suppose it is for. People like myself colonized by fascinating. The aggressive bacteria there can be no harkening back wistfully to pass Golden Ages. Because in all those pasts I would be dead in. Nineteen forty one. Boston city hospital reported in eighty two percent fatality rate. For staph infections. I remember as a child hearing phrases like only the strong survive and survival of the fittest and feeling terrified by them. Because I knew I was not fit or strong. I didn't yet know that when humanity protects the frail among us and works to ensure their survival the human project as a whole get stronger failing to understand that has held our species back for Millennia and in fact still does because staff often infects open wounds. It has been especially deadly during war near the beginning of world. War One. The English poet Rupert Brooke Famously wrote if I should die. Think only this of me that there's some corner of a foreign field that is forever. England Brookwood indeed die in the war in the winter of nineteen fifteen but not in some corner of a foreign field but instead on a hospital ship of a bacterial infection by then there were of course. Thousands of doctors treating the war's wounded and ill among them was a seventy one year old. Scottish surgeon Alexander Ogden who decades earlier had discovered and named Staphylococcus Ogden who sported a magnificent moustache throughout his adult. Life was a huge fan of Joseph. Lister WHO's observations about post surgical infection led to the use of carbolic acid and other sterilization techniques these dramatically increased surgical survival rates. In fact after visiting lister and learning from Him Ogden returned to his hospital in Aberdeen and tore down the sign above the operating room that read prepare to meet the God. No would surgery. Be a desperate last ditch effort. It could be safe and clean and survivable. Ogden was so obsessed with listers carbolic acid spray that his students wrote a poem about it. The spray the spray the antiseptic spray. A would shower it morning night and day for every sort of scratch where others would attach a sticking plaster patch. He gave the spray. It's all right but it's no Rupert Brooke. At any rate Ogden had good reason to give the spray. His first wife Mary. Jane had died after childbirth a few years earlier at the age of twenty five. There's no record her cause death but most maternal deaths at the time were caused by postpartum infection often due to staphylococcus aureus and dogs had hundreds of his patients die of post surgical infection so no wonder he was obsessed with antiseptic protocols. Still he wanted to understand not just how to prevent infection but also what precisely was causing it by the late. Eighteen seventies many discoveries were being made by surgeons and researchers about various bacteria and their role in infection but staphylococcus was not identified until Austin lanced a pus filled abscessed leg wound belonging to one James Davidson. Under the microscope. Davidson's abscess was brimming with life. Ogden wrote my delight may be conceived when there were revealed to me beautiful tangles tufts and chains of round organisms in great numbers. Ogden named these tufts and chains staphylococcus from the Greek word for bunches of grapes and they do often look like grape bunches plump and just a little bit oblong and also quite yellowish green. A few years later a German scientist noted that there were in fact several species of staphylococcus and named the one Ogden had found Staphylococcus Aureus or the golden staff but Ogden wasn't content with just seeing the bacteria. Obviously he wrote the first step to be taken was to make sure the organisms found. In Mr Davidson's pus were not there by chance. So he set up a laboratory in the shed behind his house and began trying to grow colonies of staff eventually succeeding by growing them. In the medium of a chicken egg he then injected the bacteria into guinea pigs and wild mice which became violently ill. Ogden also noted that staphylococcus seemed to be quote harmless on the surface despite being quote so deleterious when injected I have also observed this in so far as I am not much bothered by having my skin colonized by Staphylococcus Aureus but find it. Dilatot serious indeed when it starts replicating inside my eye socket. James Davidson by the way went on to live another forty years after his staph infection. Thanks to a thorough deriding and Ogden's liberal use of the spray the spray the antiseptic spray but staphylococcus aureus remained an exceptionally dangerous infection until another Scottish scientist Alexander. Fleming discovered penicillin by accident. Actually one Monday morning in nineteen twenty eight Fleming notice that one of his cultures of Staphylococcus aureus had been contaminated by a fungus penicillin them which seemed to have killed all the STAPH BACTERIA. He remarked allowed. That's funny Fleming. Then used what? He called his mould juice. I wish I were making that up to treat. Couple patients including during his assistance. Sinus infection but mass production of the antibiotic substance secreted by. Penicillin proved very challenging. It wasn't until the late nineteen thirties. That a group of scientists at Oxford began testing their penicillin stocks. I on mice and then in nineteen forty one on a human subject. A policeman named Albert Alexander who'd been cut by shrapnel during a German bombing raid and who was dying of bacterial infections in his case both staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus. The penicillin caused a dramatic improvement in Alexander's condition but the researchers didn't have enough of the drug to save him. The infections returned and Alexander died in April of nineteen forty one. His seven-year-old daughter Sheila ended up in a local orphanage. Scientists began to seek out more productive strains of the mold and eventually found one on a cantaloupe in a Peoria Illinois grocery store that strain eventually became even more productive after being exposed to x rays and ultraviolet radiation. But essentially all penicillin. In the world descends from that mold on that one cantaloupe in Peoria. That's not the astounding thing about the story though the astounding thing is that after scraping off the mold that became the world's supply of penicillin the scientists in question eight the rest of the cantaloupe
The Adoption of Cryptocurrency
"I wanted this like so think. Last last week we talked about adoption over that was probably the prior week in in all like there's always a main theme of the show in. It's just weird. That like everything that we said would happen is happening. But it's like we're fighting the happening of it. That's what you mean by that. You said you said that before. We started hearted added to what you mean by the. I don't know what you mean by just now what do you mean for example. I said that you know Many many moons ago we said that You know mining is going to get to a point where we're going to see really strange. Entities Gidon into the mining game name because if now is a path to profit for them right and we. We talked about a month ago or a month and half ago about like certain states. In Russia Russia are like saying a state sanctioned mining who can hook in a straight up to the nuclear power plants. The nuclear power plant was commodity mining. Yeah and then in Iran. They're basically saying like hell. Yeah mine mine away. Because we don't like sanctions and that's clearly happening but there's not much other nation states can do about it at this point. It's just it's just happening. And you know in the US in Wyoming there's now to municipalities that are sanctioning mining and kind of giving them a free go and giving them money to build more mining farms ends overseeing Komo And then you know for for for just felt like years of my life. We talked about institutional money coming into the space in. Its here now. It's actually building the foundation of where the price goes. Now take that what. What what metrics say what Beck search tell you that institutional money is? He's here now like why ever say walking every single month coin based releases a blog that says look at how much our institutional volume is growing in Corolla Colonel Lot. It's Paul W on the growth is correct that like the rate of growth is great but the overall amount across the entire ecosystem because this is still really small so a drop in the bucket compared to like traditional finance like we cannot stop realizing that that's the case we're moving in the right direction for their a fast but we're still small. I get that but right now comparing comparing this space to traditional finance is is a exercise in futility I think it's an exercise in futility because that's not the end game of the space right now we're kind of shoehorned shoehorned into having to compare ourselves to a dollar or a euro or yaw or ruble but that's not the end game of this never been the. I'm game of the in game of this this for this to be the line in the sand that things are compared to i. Don't I don't know about that. Why I mean why? Because that was the whole impetus of like hey. We don't need those systems when we could just use bitcoin. We don't need those systems when there's a network of smart contracts that could serve those systems everything should be compared to this new truth and not that other truth that that's kind of the in game if it's not the in game. This is just a cute side project for somebody. Body like Jeff Bezos to make a lot of money off of because that's not the game off off off it off. Yeah I gave you that. There's a little bit of that in terms of like eventually. Hopefully this becomes the standard that people build on and relate themselves else to including Fiat like nations-led currencies. I believe that's already happening like you see like a river. We interviewed the Guy Bill de decentralized market or decentralized them exchange and he said that the coolest thing happening for us right now is that small nations are actually using the lighting network to finance themselves and we can call. We'll be excuse me we're GONNA be elitist incites it's microfinance but they're doing these transactions at subsidy to get a few dollars in their pocket to fucking buy bread like. That's that's an inkling of what we spoke to many many moons ago in. It just doesn't feel like I know institution money's in their gym and I hooked up with trading view which is like okay if you're one of those guys that wears the three P. suits and does coke in the bathroom at lunch. You're probably overusing TRAE. You're getting like in Doug. I'm not judging you for doing coke understand looking at that many numbers you gotta be spry gotta eat a Nice Bagel. Some coke took a job that will but of the saying that everything we spoke of is now here and I don't think everything is it's starting to be here. Why do you feel like we're fighting it? Why are we like? What makes you think we're fighting it? Because I don't it's like for example we we ranted and raved about about side chains. We got him now the going. But then everybody's like l. that's a fucking federated blogging blahdy Blah. That's a piece of Shit Shit and I'm like it's not though there's like five major exchanges doing very high volume bitcoin transactions in that aside chain that is audible. Now yes it's federated but that's literally something we rant and rave about in its here in. It's working and now people you're like will man arguing school. Buses are painted yellow and blue. And it's like fuck you guys one at school buses so safer for the kids. They're all one color but you're mad because they're blue and not yellow. What the fuck a little over the top? I would say there's A. There's a few things things that contribute to that one is Like this ridiculous infighting that's happening thing between everyone that's inside the space based on what project thereon against the projects that do something similar in a slightly different way but basically you covering the same issue and this like the venom that could spread that gets. That's under the guise of trolling. But it's really just I you know US versus them. Mentality of everyone tried to the same thing. I feel like most people who are deep in the weeds. Have the people were deep in the weeds up becoming a lot of like the people other people in new entrance look up to and into being influencers whether they want to or not and there's just like venomous US versus them infighting that's that's detrimental to the space. As a whole and of time. I think people have lost a lot of the initial ideology of why we're doing this. Or what the end goal was and they make compromises and concessions to try and get something out the door in marketing push go a little hyperbole. What they're offering as opposed to like what they're really doing and and vitually the technology will get better so that it'll make them obsolete to like? I think a lot of the things we have now is because the technologists technologists and scale well enough not fast enough. You don't have the Innovation Shit to like do it. The way we want to make these interim companies that do it the way we can that makes a lot of compromises like for instance just like coin basis so big because the most the technologists and scale and so you have to have these these centralized things that sit on top that allow the people who want to use the stuff to use it at the convenience they want but ah at a more constrained set of like trust and delegated responsibilities like that and we're like well that's not. That's not what I signed signed up for when I enjoyed bitcoin and people are coming in. It's like why Jordan bitcoin big money who gives a shit say it. It's getting bigger and you're getting more people who have different a different views or cares and mixed with people building things that make concessions because they have to get get something out the door and then there. Oh Jeez that are trying to build something that doesn't make concessions but it doesn't work very well but they have a bunch of funding from early days and they're like well what do you do it like. There's so many different things going on. But it's gotten so much bigger like if we were to look back where we started. I if we woulda to had all of this back then maybe we would have been right and we were saying like it's just around the door like adoptions just around the door saying that when we started waited like deductions about to happen. Guys it's just right there. Were almost there just a few more things and it's been five years. We're still like we're actually really. They were so far away. It's the things that get adopted. This is one the things that I've I've finally come to peace with the things that get adopted. Have a ridiculous a torrential amount of funding. Let's just about like crooked. There was this there was this camp. There was a policy like down the street from the Wright brothers doing the same thing but the Wright right brothers older sister was basically financing their entire marketing campaign literally created a newspaper just to talk about their shit and distributed it within the cities and this update fuck man like weakest lie to like. We're doing the same shit. Where'd you learn that? I had to watch the documentary on it when I was in college. How's my engineering degree? We had to write a documentary in report. Because you know there's always that one professor dislike you will watch a movie about my fucking Hebrew and write a report. What about it so I can tune with my core values will euro year? I'll do the same thing. We're going to be derided book reports fucking Bursley like like. You're teaching a class on finance. You shut the fuck up. Bruce Lee knows everything about finding really lots documentary But Lega and then the same thing basically happened with Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison right the same exact thing. Thomas Edison is an bodied him out because marketing and money and the government like Thomas. Edison fucking politician Bro. I got this new electricity to well. How about this and The thing that spawned everything. We're talking about. Do you mean bitcoin. It didn't have all too crazy marketing and backing to get to be the thing. That's mainly adopted at this entire space. Very true it's actually the first thing in his street. St Paul One of the first things in history that that is probably the case. Like it's almost the exact opposite that's very true so it has to be like a reversion has got to a certain point everything that builds off of it kind of goes back in the old ways. Because that's a there's I don't think there's anything in the CRYPTO currency space. That will redo what Dick wanted because the cats out of the back right like you can't you can't redo proof of work that way it's going to get co opted to early because there's too much attention attention and understanding and experience and and and money in the space to not co Ogden. If there's a bill you could've you could've eagerly screwed things up in the early days if there was enough money attention and resources a dedication to doing
"ogden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Senior reporter discusses the big tech stories in the news with Bill leff and Wendy Snyder later this morning to thirty right now, let's get to the newsroom and Vic Vaughn, dozens of parents have kindergarten through high school students packed last night's meeting at Ogden international school in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood, they delivered a signed the open letter calling upon leadership at Chicago schools to read principal Michael buyer, the district removed and last week from Ogden Ogden rather it's in the middle of an investigation into alleged attendance fraud, the district's inspector general accused his Ogden administrators under buyers leadership of falsifying school attendance records, some of the parents in attendance last night, say falsifying those records is a practice. That's done throughout the district and that CPS singled out by over internal disputes, others say the district's policies and practices are cause for concern. And that it's penalizing buyer for what they call a minor or commonplace violation polls open and less than four hours midterm elections. Polling stations opened at six AM across. Illinois all ten thousand precincts, including all the clothes polling stations later tonight at seven central voters today will decide on members of congress. They'll pick a governor and Lieutenant governor they'll vote for an attorney general as state comptroller, as well as the state attorney general they'll also decide on each of the one hundred eighteen members of the house and most of the seats in the Illinois, Senate local county officers and judges will also be decided upon today. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. I'm an Johnson, and I'm Tracy winer. We host apparently.
"ogden" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Dirt secret place. Bryan suits in here until eleven the mayor of north Ogden, Utah is also a major in the Utah army national guard. He was the victim of a insider attack in Afghanistan earlier today. Mayor Brent Taylor of north Ogden Utah. Also, major Brent Taylor the Utah national guard, and I'll play a little bit of a some TV hit that he did a couple of weeks ago before he deployed Jeff against him. But a a citizen soldier being part of the inside of Afghanistan. And that's a good way to start our guest angry, Tom, I should say, Tom bigly. But I think your brand should be angry ton bigly. Former delta force operator and US army veteran of well. Over twenty years joining us from a secret location. I don't know if you've heard about the US army major in the insider tech and Aghanistan I didn't. But I do know Scott Miller general Miller who was almost hit a couple of weeks ago up in Afghanistan on the similar thing where I think the one star got involved in something, but Scott had left right before this guy. That's the California. Army national guard is is running that mission in Afghanistan. And that was one of our one of our top dudes was wounded and that this guy was a major the Utah army national guard. I believe he was in a military intelligence battalion. But he was the victim of the insider attack earlier in civilian life is the mayor of north Ogden in and so he was killed in an insider attack. And I say, I mean, it's it's interesting. It's coincidental. That that you're on because of all the people, I know who've deployed to have you have more time in different roles in Afghanistan than anywhere. I know. So how how the thing one? How is it possible to not vet these possible for anyone to mole into a position where they can get that close to a high ranking American officer. Well, it's impossible to vet them. I I don't know how they're allowing this. This has been going on quite a while the first thing incident that's occurred and whatever policy working. So the bottom line is when you have local nationals around. They shouldn't be armed. I I don't know what else to say about it. Well, the guy the guy from two weeks ago. He he killed himself as he was trying to wipe out every killed in Afghanistan role and wounded an American general here from California he killed himself. So he turns out to be a teenager who lied about his military experience. But somehow was still putting a position with a weapon four feet away from an American three star and an Afghan general, and he was one of the bodyguards now, I know from years ago, and this was a while ago when friends of mine war, and I was with another agency in Afghanistan when people I know work gardening. They wouldn't let the locals even his own guys. His relatives weren't allowed to be armed with him in close proximity to you know, generals and other Americans if he was by himself and somebody came to visit him that was one thing. But the American lead that was guarding him wasn't. They weren't allowed to have weapons even the bodyguards. And I've seen that too in in Iraq. Why are we? I mean, we're the ones training their security guys on how to do this. Right. And I mean, why are we not training them? Well, no, it's an ideological problem with they can't vet their own people there. People get get flipped it's impossible to control. So and then the answer is not to what these people be armed or on anybody else value. And even even in training sense. You got to keep a guy back off the line when we're training people. And we just did this recently stateside with the Saudis, we had a guy designated shooter off the line while we're doing weapons training with these people in case one of them goes crazy and thinks he's gonna shoot a bunch of Americans. And and the other thing is as far as physical security of of American generals. Oftentimes, the theater commander a guy with two stars or more probably has guys. In civilian clothes with facial hair that are from an unnamed army special operations unit are they were these guys just not high ranking enough to have those guys know Scott Miller is a four star general you next he's a friend of mine from work. So I guarantee you he had some high level people guarding. You mean those guys probably I would make that assumption. So I don't know what they're doing or thinking. But I wouldn't if if if he allowed it that's his mistake as the general if they told him, hey, this is unacceptable, and and he said the override it, that's one thing. But I, you know, I I'd have a hard time believing that I just don't know what what they're thinking. Not a good idea. You'll you'll like this. You wanna hear my first interaction with delta force ever? It's it's nineteen Ninety-one. And I'm specialist suits second. Armored cavalry, regiment, I'm a medic, and I was back in Riyadh for a training rotation and an American general and air force general was helicoptered to the king Khalid military hospital where we were there in Riyadh, and it was very very hush hush. Everyone was told to stay in their training areas. You know, and the whole thing, and I had a duty. I had to go down to a lab with some medical samples some blood and stuff like that. So they they land on the roof with the guy. They bring him down the stairs. And I get down to the floor where he is being attended for whatever reason it was I start walking down the hallway, and I looked to my right. There's a guy wearing a all Brown uniform not desert camouflage as a US army soft cap on on his collars. He just has black u s and US on each collar rank no name. No, nothing and his mustache was way way at a regulation. And he's wearing any holding the shortest M16.. I've ever seen in my life. And it was the first four carbon. So I stopped and I stare them up and down. I'm like, man. That's a great outfit. I want that. I want that rifle to and I didn't say anything. I just sat there looking at the the rifle and he gives me about five seconds. And then he finally says. Wouldn't it be fun to keep walking? Moving along. I didn't know what the hell. They were time. Then I realized someone said well, yeah, they brought delta. They brought those guys that don't exist to to garden. So there you go. All right. We'll take a break. We come back a subject that hits close to home as the last week, and that is physical security for houses of worship or other targets nut bags, Tom big. Security specialists with more notches in his belt verb countries. He's deployed to than I have for times. I've said right of this. It is a dark secret place back with Tom right after this on KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Michael Shapiro in the news a teacher at Maywood academy high schools in the USD school district is out on bail after getting into a fistfight with a student cell phone video shows a sixty four year old ticket swings at the male student yesterday. The devoutly directed racial slurs. The teacher a brush fire burning near mount Baldy in the Angeles. National.
"ogden" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Jar, any raw with Sam seat. It is Thursday. August, thirtieth two thousand eighteen. My name is Sam cedar. This is the five time award winning majority reporting. Broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage Gwanda canal in the heartland of America. Downtown Brooklyn USA. Yes, folks did. I say that we're live live to tape. I can't remember. You know why folks because I'm just about to go on vacation and in some respects I'm already they're already gone. So sorry, but it's true. But even though we're not here and even though we're not live, we do have an amazing interview for you. I've been talking about this one a lot. I've been referencing it a lot. The more the distance I've had from the interview, the more it seems to be applicable to me. It's very strange. The book is called credulity. It is a cultural history of of u. s. mesmerized. It is written by an assistant professor of English at the university of Virginia Emily, Ogden. It's a fascinating look at the history of mesmerized. From the eighteen thirties, basically up until reconstruction, and then its application to the American psyche today in its relationship with Donald Trump. So you know, I don't know what to tell you, but if you can get that anywhere else, good luck to you. Also for members, you're going to get a Matt deep archive pick or maybe not so deep. We're not sure you'll have to wait and see, but. That will be coming up for members and just a reminder a, you can become a member to this program by going to join the majority report dot com and signing.
"ogden" Discussed on X96
"South jordan police have confirmed that there may have been an attempted obstruction of a child at the daybreak oh according to police the mother of an eleven year old girl reported her daughter was almost kidnapped by man near brookside park police told channel two news that they'd received reports from the family late wednesday night after several hours after the incident on a personal facebook page post the mother of the daughter said a man grabbed her daughter's arm doug his fingernails into whereas he tried to drag her away she bit his arm it for her and ran away as fast as she could down the embankment when he let go the mother says her daughter ran into an unfamiliar neighborhood notice the man was not following her she rested for a bit then wandered around until she found recognize where she was again and made her way home when she came into the house she was distraught shaken and tearful suspect described short thin caucasian man with a moustache last seen wearing baggy clothes his if i'd seen this story earlier i might have made it a boehner candidate ogden police department is now trying to determine just how it was that they managed to donate a stolen bike to charity the bike is worth nine thousand dollars and longs to a pro cyclist justin lin dean it was stolen from his shad back in september mr lyndon went through all of the proper channels nine thousand dollar buy houses tool he's a pro rider went through proton a proper channels in reporting it to the north ogden police complete with serial number on the bike north autumn police entered the bike serial number into a national database back then so that it were if it were recovered they know well mr lean got a call last week concerning his bike but not from the cops the call was from the ogden by collective an on prophet bike shop his bike had been donated the store along with thirty nine others by the police department wow apparently at some point ogden police officers had recovered the bike but the.
"ogden" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"That's my friend dave nast at nast partners dot com that's nist nast partners dot com my guest is marcus ogden his book is sleepless nights the nfl a business and family give us your website one more time sure it's w dot markets in our q u e s of ot in public speaker dot com and then my leash can is w alden leadership dot com all right i should probably mention that i'm marty wolf your host for the business builders show and i'm having a lot of fun identify with your story marcus having been through similar challenges now i got another question for you a personal question so when you when you brought her to baltimore was ray lewis barbecue place ready was still open to debate for barbecue right they're not open actually our first i was fate was a famous dave's barbecue but radio his full mu close i had nothing to do with it so just i was in the food business but i had nothing to do with it i remember i was several times okay that's come mardi back to the interview here let's go i'm remo reminiscing about baltimore okay you talk a lot about accountability i've seen you on videos talking to younger people all kinds of people talk to me more about that word what does that mean to you and talk to us about that accountability is taking ownership for what you do in your life right or wrong.
"ogden" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Entrepreneurs business owners professionals who seek excellence bringing them business classroom to you it's the business builders show here's marty wolf welcome to the business builders show with marty wath the show for entrepreneurs business owners and business leaders i'm marty wolf your host for the business builders show along with my executive producer dc taylor we will be your guides on this learning journey let me tell you my super objective in being with you today i want to enthusiastically share stories in information to inspire leaders so they can inspire others are proud to let you know we record the business berlusconi in the studios of ninety four three fm the talker which is part of bold gold media and we are in scranton pennsylvania the business bill shows distributed by c suite radio you can find our show and many other fine shows at c suite radio and that c dash sweet radio dot com various podcast is a part of the cease we'd radio network for more top business podcast visit c desk sweet radio dot com i think we have our guest on a line do we not dc taylor do we do in that is marcus ogden high marks are you sir how you doing morning today we're doing great here we're in scranton pennsylvania where are you sitting right now i am a kerry north carolina which is probably about twenty minutes outside of raleigh north carolina capital north carolina so you're in comfortable weather i know as opposed to cold and dreary am i correct that's correct hours.
"ogden" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Just an i shouldn't because i've actually written down not that far right bikes you can tell my physique but i have written that down here to the end because this is kind of where the fox river trail end yes right and then you get the route thirty four avenue bridge that goes across and then if you go across that you're really on on roadways but right but if you cross the ogden bridge you're at a route so there you go in fact if come in from the north you don't have to cross the bridge yeah i mean honestly people to people do a bike the fox and drink the fox bicycle tour that will be brilliant and yet be the coma nation of yeah ed ling activities could be the beginning and the end we could be competitor down as hey actually a great idea now honey i wanna bite ride can we start off like two miles up the road what does that is that twenty five on this side thirty one on the other right two miles up twenty five and then oh oh don now thirsty so you know i have to also for those who are not drinkers as my good lady wife is no are you going to do any crossovers in the future no mmediately i'm it is an plans to do some sodas and not a soda making kinda guy but i will probably help out with that and pete the owners is is big into making sodas so you need a jerk we can we do so well that'll be great really gonna look forward to to this opening you're gonna have a soft opening heartening wild opening.
"ogden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To say that today i saw them they were there at ogden park on 22nd street sirnak road asked who they had gone to lubang island out so this is from the real life from chicago i saw him the earth i saw their today this very were they played soft law called for sought weber a tiny hairdressers leprechaun go through might it it and here's here's the question that i have but what i'm really looking for a price a huge postcard a guerrilla revolt because my son a dose of delivery kenosha walk kick and then klux like china lake and he wants his own coastguard exhilarate vote to take advantage of all in hey instead of going on someone else's vote heels you have to have that in your price collection with going we started guard bone we're gonna bring you get a big to give out a way you hosts are both cargo all right that's alert no lumaela usda coast guard to give away to and i know you know about the curfew time close there was warm on youths not much molly i can't think of it the italian name of the grocery store in majer gonorrhea mary on this rate uh they had her tribune pant tests along with stein hospitals and i haven't heard anything about of her to love and never done oh check it out go to thank you for the call in thank you for telling us all about what's going on and act and we appreciate that we need to get the coast guard to sponsor they have a um lead get a add who again ah away as they weather station we also use coastguard they have an outpost in came at park so you know our let's give let's let's let's take a break okay because i don't because will run out of time will will mess up the and aren't all right so let's take a break i still got brennan kathy charlie it got some open slots if you want to try and come in and sneak in and take this thing from for maybe john or glen or gloria a roof or andrea andrew the andrea three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred is a phone number will take our last break tonight here on the download stay with us today who is that are.
"ogden" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Intelligence section that is responsible for the analysis of information of risk investigation of threats to the president and that's a good thing meanwhile the dogs john ogden image of the dead trump uh the of photo was originally shared on tuesday and then taken down at some point over the weekend a we had promised that we would give you the background on this john them readygov released with a different cover and the the new cover shows a blue baseball cap that says make america krepp again and then they point out in all the articles that this is not the first time that uh snoop has had problems with his criticism of president trump now this is one of those things where again i do hope the president can follow this he made the mistake when troops sent out that stupid video showing him shooting president trump of tweeting about snoop dog giving him the ultimate promotion trump tweeted at that time which march jeanpierre can you imagine what the outcry would be of snoop dog failing career in all had aimed and fired the gun at president obama gene exclamation point well out again not exactly failing career isn't isn't snoop doing a lifestyle with martha's i mean that joe but you know this is this is tv in two thousand seventeen who knows what two thousand eighteen will bring but one eight hundred nine five.
"ogden" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The g um at a resell retail store hold old on you got fired ogden uh facility right now gene um they chose to fire me what were you doing at what was your job there uh i was in the pig apartment i how he got it so you were a clerk o or you're a retail uh person clerk okay all right so they fire you why did they say they fired you carb kgb pay i didn't wanna fight you're the my supervisor because baghdad be easier for me to get a uh uh uh that ham i'm fifty three all in he's in his fifties now are they going to say that when you sue them yes i yes they will so this wait hold on a minute so this was a this was not in writing this was a private conversation right so when you make the allegation suit against those people to say yeah why berrell is absolutely right we did were you're telling me that's happened laura our there were three people sitting linnea and they all work at they all worked for the company right yes okay and the all going to say all going to cover you as against their own company with the chance of them being fired is that what you're saying nato unionwide now it with the general manager that primary cove me why they make okay and that was in front of three people know that he chalked went on what oh well why wouldn't he denied that you're right i don't know right well let me tell you the quick answer is you're fired and you're going to stay fired and you have no case okay gene excellent and why does she have no case because theoretically she could advocates as a protected class uh but i i'm assuming here in.
"ogden" Discussed on The Science Hour
"It is not there bacteria that really does that killing even if you treat cases of sepsis whether these new bernardo often adults even the bacteria are die and because you'll give them antibiotic still the pace and may die and they do die because of that the action of the body it is a pretty bad inflammatory the action where different ogden's stop functioning and that happens do to endotoxins release from the bacteria from the bit bacteria and that's why we insert of but eating or giving antibiotics we tato photography that can prevent steps and so this treatment consists of a combination of a probiotech and a prebiotics can you explain what those are years robot big is a good back clear that have some health benefits and prebiotics sugars week yard non absorbable in the small intestine but they go down to the golan where it is available for the bacteria to feed on do they chew up these hotelier second rates and then they that is who put the bacteria in other words if you'll have enough good bacteria that you were soiling by mode by the time they get to the golan many die because the stomach acid if he were alive but if they don't get crude to survive and grill dan you're out of luck whereas if you provide them with enough food then betis a much higher better chance that they will colonized they will stay in there and they will multiply and and make that day at home.