21 Burst results for "One Zoom"
"one zoom" Discussed on KOMO
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"one zoom" Discussed on WTOP
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Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"one zoom" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"So unbeknownst to unbeknownst to the guy in the grave, the guy who was supposed to dig him up is just keeping the money. The money, which I was like, yeah, maybe you should, I don't know. Maybe there should have been a close or something. Yeah, maybe, 'cause that's a lot of trust to put in one fucking guy. I would say. But there you go. And he's waiting a scratching and it's kind of like that film buried with Ryan Reynolds. And these guys come in, they get the grave digger to dig him up. And he literally leaps out of the grave like a vampire and screams his friend's name. The two morticians run off. And they're like, oh, fucking out, what's that? What's a zombie of vampire? And then the grave digger calls him back and says, you know what? What he'll adds are killed it and he's killed he's killed the guy. So the guy is now actually dead. So he's like sorry about the head. You don't have to work for that bit. But that's basically the story. Again, I told Tom and Jerry. Probably. I'm sure the two guys are called Tom and Jerry. That would not surprise me. It's a very cartoony kind of gothic grotesque one, but again, I don't think it's one of the stronger segments. But yeah, it's fine. It didn't set my world on fire, how about you? I can't remember it, so obviously not. Yeah, clearly, clearly not that memorable. As you're talking about then, I am getting flashbacks of little things because they were like, you know, they want to work on different bodies, and they go away for people to die in that case. Yeah, exactly. They need something fresh. So very much like reanimator or something like that. They need fresh funds. 'cause I can't remember that much about it. Yeah. Well, we both watch these back to back, didn't we? So, because you hadn't seen vault and you hadn't seen tails. So you did it. The opposite way I did it. So I did vault first and then tails. You did tails and then bolt. So yeah. And then the final one, I think, is probably the best segment in this with Tom baker, and the kind of during the kind of framing device. They're kind of teased that Tom baker keeps people are like, oh, tell us your story. You look interesting. Tell us your story. And he's like, no, not yet. Not to yet. No. In typical Tom baker voice. Tom bacon. He does have that. And he just have that very long wispy beard as well. Yes. Not the best beard. He's almost like a cross between two and one zoom image. Now that is a show I'd watch. I know. I like this, this one. For me, it kind of had undertones of like a Dorian gray type and definitely yeah. So basically, Tom baker's character, I think he's gone more. He's poor, he's living in Haiti..
The Podcast On Podcasting
"one zoom" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"You made sure you had a good hook. You made sure you had a unique angle. You added value. You had a good headline. You were always prepared. So as soon as that person said, yes, you're like, okay, it's ready, here you go. They're just so many things that I'm taking from this. You listen to other ted-talks. So that you could understand what it is that they're looking for and how do you how do you make that? So it's not just like trying at once. You were knocking on these hundred doors that day. You had 99 nos and you still went to the next one. It's just great. And I also asked for feedback too. So I had 5 for TEDx Chicago originally, and I connected with the coordinator. I actually had had like a couple calls with her. One zoom, one phone, and I was so excited when I think it was the first one I submitted for TEDx Chicago way before I got this one. And she wanted a phone call. I was like, oh, this is gonna happen. But it didn't, but I regardless was really excited. But I asked for feedback. I wanted to know, what are they looking for? So I think if you're able to open the door of conversation via email or if you do get that phone call, really try and figure out what they're looking for as a team. And if there's a way maybe you could have being able to do a little differently. So much good stuff. I really appreciate it. I wanted to get into the how you were featured in Forbes. But we are going to save that for another episode since we're about at that time where we have our next appointments. But we'll make sure you come back on. We'll talk about how you got into Forbes how other people can get into Forbes because that's also very, very interesting. If you're listening and you like what crystal is doing, I do too. And you can find her podcast. It is greatly scroll down that link is already in the show notes. It's ranking worldwide in the top 1% in on many different fronts. She is just crushing it adding a ton of value. And I will be honest with you listening. I feel lucky to know crystal and there have been times that I wanted some different thoughts and advice in health and wellness and she's just been such a good person to go to for that. And a lot of that's in her podcast. So check it out, scroll down, click, and if you give her a rating and review and honest written rating, let her know you heard about her here. And I'll see you on the next episode. Thanks again, crystal. Thanks, Adam. So fun. You know, I really don't say this nearly enough..
Leadership and Loyalty
"one zoom" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"That you've put some amazing things together. And we're gonna get into those a little bit in the show but there's some things that just jump out of me and that is obviously first of all. The mental health issue in the united states is is quite tragic to. There's no other word for it and this is the quote unquote lead. Were world's leading. I will country exporting the american dream globally and yet suicide rates are crazy high and mental illness crazy high. And you know we've big has given us all the right pills to help people. The is debatable. Whether that's helping or not but the is we do know Dopamine we do know oxytocin we do know. Those things make people feel better and actually helped with mental health. And those are things that happen when you are playing stroking you'll pets or you're with that pet hence the you know the these support animals you know. Somebody tried to take a fricken donkey on a plane recently. I mean i think. I think there's a limit on the idea that you you know. It's this the emotional connection with an animal is so now of course not everybody likes animals and not. Everybody wants a pet and that's fine but for the people who do. Do you like you know you talked about this. This awareness with with vets and mental generally. But is that did that. Come out of understanding the impact of pets having on people at absolutely we know that the human animal bond is just incredible and we knew how important that was pre pandemic. when the pandemic happened. We were just not a surprise. Is the wrong word. Just elated in just so excited to see how many people turn to their pets for companionship. When we're isolating where we're not socializing to the degree in which we have. We now are using that comfort with our pets. So i have two cats ashington ganji and always love my cats and when i'm now at home seeing in really invading their space. I think that i was in the office. They liked it filed a better. But they're like what do you do in your own time. The point is i just fell in a whole different nevertheless level love and appreciation for my cats because of what they meant from it. I'm not in the office where i can walk the halls and talk to people and really get that conversation at scale in our office. So now it's zoom you your clothes. The clothes the laptop in. It's me at home. But i have my cats and so when we would think about when i thought how me in all of our associates start talking about how important the role of their pets had. We did a survey banfield. We are we talking to people across the nation trying to understand this dynamic even further in very evident had the role that pets replying people's lives. And you're right. Not everyone has a pet. We wish they would by the way but we know that there is something that happens when that pet when you give that emotional connection that calmness in that's just another tenant in our journey of how do we really tackle mental health for the for the suffer society so in suggesting you know not pretending that you might know but i really interested to know if you know. Do you know why i mean. That's a pretty high suicide rate in veterinarians and mental elephant is. Do you know what that is like. have you. is that sort of surfaced about because. Here's these people working with animals. And i don't think it's my opinion. My opinion is that you don't become a vet because you won't be rich you become a vet probably because you loved animals into call them now you do. It's a calling right now. He you are working with these creatures that you love and yet a suicide rate is high. That is that for me. Is kind of i know as a sidebar from what we're talking about but sure funding fascinating do you. It's it's it's all it's all related again on that like we think about what we able to do. We're able to provide preventive health care for pets and we have responsibility to be a beacon. Proud company ought to behave in society. And so when. I think back to that strategic journey on our associate experience of the future everything ties into our associate our associate. We don't take care of our associates. They don't take care of the pets they don't they don't take care or impact the clients that humana bond. That's going to happen so to your question. There's many factors and we really. We looked at all when we looked at it was that mental health is a big issue in how was impacting. Our industry was five different domains. We then said how do all these how do all these domains impact mental health and then what's our response that we can do this. So that was a lot of conversations with our doctors to understand the workplace understand the details that are happening and sometimes it's you're speculating on what it is but then how do we have tools and resources to help our people so to be more specific to the question. It's it's a calling people that come to the veterinary world is a calling. Their purpose is to make a better for pets in. Its in in you here with routine consistency. I knew when i was eight. Or i knew i had my first pet. I was going to be a veterinarian. And it's incredibly difficult to get in veterinary school. You come out. You have the highest student. Debt to income ratio of any healthcare professional. Is that right. That's right so imagine now finances how finances tie-in to mental health. That's one of the components on on why we did student. Debt repayment program is too high to help eliminate that financial burden which creates that that mental stress and pressure..
The Michael Berry Show
"one zoom" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Really the that much into comedy. If you were able to go that long getting on stage with christy to put that into perspective. I i'm not with the irs. You don't have to give numbers if you don't want to. But but as a percentage how much of what you make a living doing is your actual live stage. Performance earnings it. It's not a good chunk. I like you can't survive without going on stage and performing it's difficult. It's difficult for sure like to know. The percentage it's really tough to say. Because i've gotten more and more work like over the last couple of years And i also do podcast. So it's like to kind of make comedy work in this day and age. You have to have multiple streams of income A lot of us are doing odd jobs. Dog walking babysitting. They So my my my life forms is really worth. Were picking up. You know twenty nineteen or so and i had a huge tour going into twenty twenty I did the first show out in la. I think it was march second and then the rest of the shows of my headlining tour were cancelled. yeah it was just doing kind of i guess backyards at some people got into doing the zoom shows. I couldn't really bring to myself to do more than one of those. It's just so hard. Like i had to do this. One's zoom show for this like it company and you're just you're looking at these like twenty five sad little boxes like people in the to make fun of hollywood squares. You're too young hollywood squares. Christie mayor is a comedian who loves new york and can't stand. What bill de blasios doing she speaking out and putting her money where her mouth is. We should support her. We'll.
"one zoom" Discussed on SMRPodcas
"Seven million to two point. Seven billion in the twelve months ending on january thirty first two thousand twenty one zoom also reported six hundred seventy two million dollars of net income and the twelfth in that twelve month period from twenty five point three million in the previous year zoom on pace to do them better this year and have reported to q. One february through april revenue of nine hundred and fifty two million dollars and net income tutoring twenty-seven Thought million so get this. Is this a minor slap on the wrist. But i could tell you. I would never as an it person zoom again given that you've violated every level of trust. I can have. I wouldn't be surprised if many if a number of companies were saying we cannot use this. And and i knew that when we were using zoom at one of my companies we had customers who said we can't use them. We have to use something else. And it's almost like now. In retrospect looking like did you know they weren't doing the selling stuff facebook and google. But i would imagine there's gonna be a number of companies who are going to say we contract it's gone. We're done the yeah. What would the worst thing possible you could do is violating the trust. Accompanies the it's it's one. It's it's the at. This is one thing to yeah. We haven't in indian encryption and you don't actually have it. Oh by the way we were selling your data to google and facebook. Yeah terrible with with without your consent. It's not like fine print in your agreement that you had with people just never noticed that it was now we just decided to sell your data and not consult you on it because it was a new revenue stream for us this. This find should've been not necessarily put them out of business. Fine should've been probably seven times. What it was. Maybe ten eight fifty here emmy fan. This should have been to where they have credit issues after they levy this. Because somebody's gonna go down the first national in like year. Give me a tins and twenty two way. Too much need a truck for that. So let's just do a wire transfer. Yes eighty five million dollars. Probably like right. The checklist move on. This is behind us. It's it's like you said it's pocket teens now but this was close to a billion dollar fine. It would have been different now. The real question is this was this was in the filing the us. I would imagine that you might. I would imagine this might be happening. They might be doing something in europe as well so if if they now have to deal with european nolte you is. I guarantee you define will be bigger. They're yes there's there's no question that define will not be bigger there. And i i am. I am actually kind of you know..
Dental Leaders Podcast
"one zoom" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"Get you know what the what we were impressed as team. What we were impressed with with him as was how quickly he managed to immerse into what we were saying. So i'm in this conversation in the previous one and how long it took for me to get my email house. Copywriter to immerse in enlighten. It could probably months and poke did it within one zoom call immersed himself in quote the essence of it. But the other the other thing. That's one thing the other thing is. There isn't a single word that isn't necessary in the the naked chef. Or whatever there isn't there isn't a single single ingredient in there but it's three. He's almost minimalist on. Words is what he says to me right when he's editing. My work takes wives said and applies brevity to it yet. Reverend since the words yeah take place in a much better way but still in my voice. Yeah an unthinkable to be said for trimming things. Back short sentences are making things puncture or at priscilla. We've got the words now is surely before the word says a skeleton that says the website is going to be. This is going to be the basic scaffolding mcginn build on about. This is the worst literally though. I mean the first thing you know in the discovery call. We took site map right. What is the content of the site not with homepage. So what the key for six eight elements that he wants to communicate when somebody lands on your homepage was the priority of those full six elements sims of wasco above the fold was gonna come next. What the key headlights that we're looking at. What's the key information that we wanna get gross. Ok says a home. Hey skeleton then we move onto well what the pages ave so maybe team page. There may be an individual profile. Pays that may be a section aung orthodontic so all. Gpl so will cosmetic braces or all missing teeth and then we go into like single implants. Implants dentures fixed teeth immediate loading etc etc of that stuff so we sit down and figure out right in the beginning of this project whilst scope. Yes i'm how many pages while those pay structure. What are they going to contain. And then we dig into the woods. Okay so so an apostle that prosise. When when i spoke to you about voice and learning prior to that call. We'll spend a.
The Entrepreneurial You
"one zoom" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You
"I like to learn and doing doing what i do. I like to say i'm a baby. Boomer millennial body you know or no eight lena. Baby-boomer buddy i get yours and then and then last but not least. I want to have fun and i really focus on those three conditions of satisfaction. That's kind of what drives me is an entrepreneur. So what's the first type of business that you actually started Well you know like a lot of kids. I you know. I used to sell things door to door. I used to sell a newspaper called true grit and i went door to door selling that when i was a kid but my real first real business was along lawn. Cutting business going out mowing people's lawns and and to get started. I didn't have any. I didn't have lan more. So i had to rent my dad's because he made me rent it. Teach me a lesson you know. And then i got money to buy a alon more myself which was a used one. You know an fix it all out myself and everything so can then i got and then i got started where i was at a point where i was hired other kids to go out and do it. I didn't have to do it. i just used. They did it. And i got paid for it. Which is a pretty good deal. That's my first one. But then then i started all my first. Big business was really a public relations. Firm you know. I was running political campaigns. And doing a bunch of stuff like that and and that just led me to start to do my own. You know my own my own. Pr firm and That got me to marketing. And then from there you know went on to become a chief marketing officer for four to one hundred company and and that led me to do tv and now podcasting and everything else. So when did you actually start doing and hosting events. Virtually you know. I've been doing over the last number of years where i given keynote soon. I'm a hall of fame speaker and it was doing a bunch of keynotes and doing some things along those lines. But i i never was doing them every single day. I do occasionally like. I do a keynote and then i would do it via skype many years ago to new zealander somewhere else where i couldn't make make travel or or they were okay with me doing it Remotely but of course now with with kobe and the changes that we've had people working remote. I started using zoom one zooms very first customers got to know eric very early on about five or six years ago and so we've been using that tool.
860AM The Answer
"one zoom" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Any of you people out there who were listening to this show if you're interested in learning a little bit about real estate investing or stock option investing All you have to do is go to investor schooling dot com. Put your name and email address in and you will be invited to a free class on Thursday night at seven P.m. Eastern time. Yes, And we assuming they can actually come be a zoom did not have to come to Philadelphia to see us. Especially not from San Francisco. Yeah, I think that might be expensive. It could be, but it will be worth it to it would be worth it. But they won't know that until they attend at least one zoom class. And also if you're listening to it, and you want to call 855939, 11 37. Someone will actually answer the phone or you can leave a message. But most likely someone will answer the phone and we can discuss with you any questions that you have about the school or anything about real estate or stock options. As well. So just you know you you can call anytime. What else you want to talk about? We got a couple of minutes before the first commercial. No, we got a commercial coming up. But you know, my Dunkin Donuts coffee tastes really good. So I'm really glad that you fought for me to get the Dunkin Donuts Copy this morning. That was great. I don't know that I fought for you. I just picked up a cup of coffee. Not well, You know, you fought in the parking lot for me What I was doing this almost falling apart. All right. Okay. Uh, maybe we should go to the commercial now, just so Okay, just because we're struggling with something to you, But before we do go to the commercial if you want to talk about Philadelphia politics if you want to talk about both Bolsheviks or Jacobins, if you want to talk about cash, silver Treasury bonds Or if you just want to call up and speak Spanish. That's fine. Could that be pretty neat if somebody could call and speak Spanish? I like that. We need to test Pedro in a few more ways. Yeah, Exactly. All right, let's go to.
BIRTH YOUR VISION PODCAST SERIES
"one zoom" Discussed on BIRTH YOUR VISION PODCAST SERIES
"We have to be very careful. End set boundaries. Because i know for myself for a while there. I was completely zoomed out and i was doing so much online and whether it be networking meeting new people dealing with clients. The thing is because you're not going to another location so you don't have that time of travel where you can think in regroup driving in a car you're gonna listen to some music or podcast. He don't have that in-between time and i've got. I've bounced from one zoom call to the next same call. And it's like i don't even know where i'm landing here or is this networking is this. So it's setting boundaries on how much time you can spend online which is really important for me once again like switching it up so if you're gonna do stuff like that take that our do something else you don't back to back with the zoom calls or interviews or what have you because acting yet really crazy too yeah absolutely. I'm really glad that you actually touched on that. Because i think so. Many of us have actually just felt so overwhelmed. We've been zoomed out to be honest and if we don't know how to manage that like you said you can easily make us feel very And shows and tired and frustrated and obviously you know have other stress issues as well in which we do not want to have You know what sort of tools of you actually find found effective using as an online business owner. What sort of tools have you found an effective tool to help you in your business as an online business owner one a big user of acuity. Because i turn around and create appointments for different things so if i wanted to just chat with someone or if it's going to be a long-term chat with someone what i love about it choose. I can set buffers so if i am dealing with clients i cannot jump into something else right away. I need that space for myself. So what i like it but acuity is that yes. There's a lot of neat parts of it for setting up your rings like if i wanna to do Chats with people like fifteen minute. Coffee chats i can actually tell it only wanna do three today on three on a daily basis and that's all it will let people schedule rather than oh my. I've got nine coffee chats today. Plus lebron networking or an got clients. And it's so. It's a great tool that. I've used to all extremes absolutely right indeed. I love using that as well. It's really helped to manage my Bookings a lot more easier which is really great. So whoever is actually interested in that it's online as google that you'd be able to get lots of information about it Also tell us about your wonderful coaching program to help. Ensure pinhas to you know Reduce stress as well as overwhelm. Well started coaching business. Owners and entrepreneurs with stress. Yeah what i found was. That really coaching wasn't enough. So what i did zion crease. The different modalities offering because what it was at the beginning it was. I would like to offer them this..
AA Beyond Belief
"one zoom" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"And the first. Sunday twenty. Five people show up and from that has grown a network. There is now in thirteen cities. We have twenty one zoom meetings. Week and i i just this morning. One of our chefs in seattle is celebrating two years sobriety. And i send out fifty tax. I copied fifty people on three tax. And everybody's responding. We've created a network of soap. Bor food and beverage able who not only share their addiction and their issues with alcohol but we share the commonality of the industry. That were are enact. Commonality means the understanding of what it's like to miss every holiday. What it's like to get off for work on o'clock in the morning when there is nothing to do what what it's like to missing birthdays of loved ones and anniversaries and the stress of constantly being under pressure in the restaurant. Our industry is one of the three top industries for addiction. Construction workers miners and restaurant. Workers interesting the highest highest industry for alcohol and drug abuse so bins firms came together to help those in the industry. We support a. I wanna say friendly with our sir. I would not the city no end if some box off with john is we focused more on the community event. Commonality as opposed to some of the parts of. We don't talk about god in know if you have if you have a blade or throw that's your beliefs but we don't push that what we push really is the community that is essential and i say what's enormous pride you know. I'm sitting in these meetings looking at people who have never been to a name. Eighty and here in charleston are now for years sober and zoom with the national meetings. We're now celebrating night months. Anniversaries and people have never been getting a commonality. And i'm sure you're getting excited. I'm not sorry. I don't care. The the reality is is that i am arguably one of the oldest people i am. The hose burst of this organization. The one with the most sobriety. So i've been to the most meetings and i have phenomenal friends in a that. I got sober with that are still sober. Thirty eight years later. But i have never ever experienced that. I'm experiencing believe it or not over zoom in our national meetings. People are going to meet people. People are taking the ben's friends road where they're driving from cindy to city just to meet people that they've become friends. Let's we had people come here recently from louisville and charlotte and columbus and i mean it was. I never met these people in person and it was like old home week. So that's a little. I don't know if that was pointed. That was great It's it it really brings up some questions that i have and also you know i. I'm guessing from my own experience. I so my drinking started when i was a teenager and got bad in its early twenties and during that time in my early twenties i was working at a restaurant and what i remember about that. Experience was what you described incredibly long hours working into the wee hours of the morning. Hard physical work and easy access to alcohol and it was. I would get off work. And i was just i was just drunk as it all i did and one day. What happened to me. Is i came into the restaurant drunk and told everybody i quit. I walked away. And i went to a job unloading trucks but what. I remembered about that experience though the difficulty of it. And i wasn't even that time even aware that i had a problem but i it was like that job was all encompassing. It just took up. It just sucked out. All my time and alcohol was right there in the restaurant. We had a beer machine. We on tap it was just you know it was just too easy to be young alcoholic. That industry me up perfectly. I think. I wonder if that's what you're describing that kind of scenario. There's no no question.
Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"one zoom" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Begun concacaf. Olympic qualifiers are upon us as latin lebron or trading jabs through the media about how athletes should use their platform to influence politics. And just when you thought you. A soccer had removed all the sturge of yesteryear seth. John opened his mouth. I'm going to buy a man who's not afraid to get stuck in rabbi market. I resent that comment. I i don't think i've ever slide. Tackled anyone i ever get stuck in. Its to a full pint of ben and jerry's after a long boring day at work in front of zoom screens going from one zoom meeting to another. Which is i think. Most of our experiences one of my friends pointed out that monday's him basically are eight. Am to one pm. Solid zoom meetings. Which i imagined that a lot of you out in listener land can identify with It's good to see you mad. You know the other controversy. That's befallen us as americans today. Is you know. There's some controversy about the cancelling of dr seuss. Who apparently has a number of books. That are Mildly offensive or have anachronistic pictures in brought up the.
WCBM 680 AM
"one zoom" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of alcohol because it helps regulate your mood, so whether your mood is really volatile or low. It restores it to balance out a home you a static level partner, actually smokable when we weigh when we fight, we smokable of DVD, and that helps mitigate things a lot. That's that's a really important point, cause all joking aside. I mean, the best way that I have ever described CBD for you for myself, especially is it just takes the edge off? You know, it just allows you to be a little bit more receptive to some other ideas. You know some more conversations, your waves or open kind of thing. I mean, that's how I see it. You know, and and and and, you know, to your point about you. I know you're passionate about full spectrum, you know, and I wanted to get into that because I know that there's a lot of products out there. Some of them are CBD. Isolate this, that the other we know if they go to technical, But why full spectrum? So research have actually shown that full spectrum, which is all of the plants, cannabinoids and Turpin's being president is not. It doesn't taper off in effect and a dose dependent way and what that means is isolate on Lee worked up until a certain point say, you take 100 MG of isolates. You feel in effect you could take 200. It's gonna be the same level of effect. It's not going to increase with a full spectrum extract. It increases those dependent Lee so there's no cap on the therapeutic effect. If you take 50 That'll be one thing. If you take 100, you'll have more positive effects. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. It was the time for the midway. So you're just joining us? This is understanding CBD on Max Sobel. You won't see your name. I'm Steven Wallman. Our guest John Ellis sells on is one zoom and on the radio with us, and we're talking about some of her favorite things that she's most passionate about. Yeah, and love and relationship, especially when it comes to CBD and You know the personal stories. You know what part of the country are you in? I'm based in Portland, Oregon. Portland, Oregon. Portland, Oregon. That's also that's that's pretty cool on the other side of town here, that's Bigfoot Country. What was anything going on there for Valentine's Day? I know, um Events are somewhat limited all around. But what what's happening over there? I know it.
Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"one zoom" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"Might surprise you. And to take a risk in in a positive way princeton's when i last early last november late last october when i was In talks about possibly taking on this role as president of this global non profit you know my first reaction was. I was terrified I don't know about that but you know here's the thing is nothing ventured nothing gained for sure also knowing that No matter even if i fall flat on my face. I'm okay i'll be okay. In addition to that there's there's such an extraordinary staff like such an amazing support system that i'm learning new lessons about how to ask for help when i need help like i've always been been on my own since i was sixteen. I've always like had to figure it out and kind of make decisions in just kind of not like got it. I got it. I got it. This is definitely you know making me see places within myself where i can grow how i can use my gifts in order to hopefully make positive change you know even if it is just one zoom call with of the three hundred fifty one to give if i disconnect with ten percent of them and inspire them to stick with it for another you know. I know it's rough but we got your back and we are here with you for another year even if that happens like and also you know but the the funded the core thing that even president wanted people nights core thing. I'm most drawn to in my life. No matter what it is undoing professionally is storytelling whether it be on your whether it be in a song with her being one bulk whether it be hearing the stories up these water keepers. It's that story time that inspires me to do what i can to make sure that this organization thrives in sustainable and multiple levels for years to come so that these stories will be told in these communities and that the lasting story will be. We brought. Clean one two. That's great that's all really really powerful. And i think you know how you're dealing with. This is the way that really can work for anybody. Which is no. You'll be okay that whatever happens right to the love. Your nothing ventured nothing gained. I know i'll be okay. Because i was in nine eleven. I was in new york for nine eleven. And i've had other stuff going on in my life that's pretty crazy and so whenever the proverbial hits the fan i just kind of go inside and say well i got that. I'm going to get through this right so And also you know. I think it's also enjoying your own company and so and enjoying that being open in that learning adventure and if you if natural curiosity A friend of mine calls a curiosity for the adventure. And i think it's that's really that's really kind of what you're saying is i'm going on. You know i've been invited to go on this new this new old adventure or regroup rejoin this adventure. I was doing and this i would imagine that the stories of these people are in these communities are so compelling their extraordinary. Are you wanna talk about going up against how about going up against the government who.
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Lawyer Gets Stuck With Cat Filter During Virtual Court Case
"Flos and order. Texas lawyer was turned into a ca- turney by a pesky zoom filter during a virtual court hearing well and it left other participants on the call. Absolutely cracking up as the judge tried to walk him through that filter. Fix i'm here live. I'm not a cat said confused. Lawyer rod parton yuling like a loss tabby and a brief video clip of the accidental species swap though his zoom panel said otherwise portraying him as an durable blue eyed kitten. Okay now i am still taking baby steps as far as soon goes. I think i've had one zoom meeting. And i'm not even i mean it was just enough to get through that zoom meeting without doing anything that was well Totally just bonkers. I have no idea how to even work the filters. But i think the cautionary tale is this. Your kids do and apparently that's exactly what happened but to see this attorney as it was it. Was this cute. Little kitty kitty. He'd be guys and every time the attorney would talk. Of course the kittens mouth would move. Its welcome to the new normal forty. Two second clip was tweeted. Tuesday night by judge roy ferguson. Along with some well. Timely and helpful tech advice wrote ferguson of texas three hundred and ninety fourth judicial district court. Important zoomed tip all in caps if a child has used your computer prior to your using it for a court hearing before you join a virtual hearing you might wanna check the zoom video options to be sure the filters are off. I wouldn't even know where to be gained. I mean where would you be. I have no clue when it comes to filters just seems to me that well. That's an accident waiting to happen.
"one zoom" Discussed on 99 Challenges
"Difference and and it doesn't mean that your product can be crab but your timing is great. You don't mean that you will win the market. It kinda yet do so. Yeah yeah of course. I think there are many examples. I think i can come up with a couple of ones one The biggest one zoom were using zoom as we speak. I don't think zoom is necessarily the most powerful company of the markets will go mrs more convenient whereby is more design oriented. You don't need to meeting restrictions or whatnot but zoom get markets faster. They were the best company at entering the markets. Even though the product was not necessarily the best in show today zoom. it's one billion in market valuation. I don't think that whereby. Nowhere near a simone warfare yard. She much better example at. You are company. Called monday dot com. It's a really cheap project Fat and they are funding and be managed to find solve the right equation which is lifetime value russia's And so there is a lot of money into performance. Marketing mania phase. Gad's linke nazon things like that. Have i don't know how many customers Combat two deputies World than conference. And i'm not a fan of conference but he swirling comforters but day monday dot com. I think they'll be back to make a few if they have not made one already You'd valuation huge revenues. And you don't have the best products not only because of the timing. I don't want to take out our bread from our our own mouth. But should we care about go to market strategies at all if our products timing is amazing and val while times so sudi absolute lack of because i think the difference between Something which enterpreneurs combined the Different between you have the timing a new seats you seize the opportunity to use his momentum and if he wants to see that it's not because you can just claim all year. I'm the best one. But i think he might previous company. It's exactly what we had. We had the best memento in. That's why were able grocery professed very quickly by its punch with stagnated. Because i don't think strategy was good enough and so competitors beat us basic hand in so even if you have the best momentum event is your base timing you need to be able to catch it into captured in johnston who's benefiting from the product focus on this people sale lot to these people make sure trevor sustaining place. Make sure that your financials make sense in what you get back in the easy. You felt the momentum. This would be easy for Prim into the engine. And make sure that everything into greg example for that is hoping for instance a which was raised this year with his is the tiny. That's the one thing and Market doesn't Again reflecting my previous company which was a free market. I think four years before that before we created a company they was another company which was executives Was called basically rent students district into any kind of business risk. That company was smashed overly is on to medium their websites because before he was really bad for exploiting students evenly absolutely not the case very dining we gaming Data we and so it's done because Win as we said so bad timing in capturing timing can you can give us some example examples on how a business can re evaluate their strategy. Whatever tools that you use for example for that so mainly you gather data on activities that.
Italian Wine Podcast
"one zoom" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"From in dining services and heidi loud. That's another biggest restaurant chain. China lost to five billion to stirring saint periods just to give you an idea of the severity of on-trade unfortunately among all the alcoholic beverage categories. Wine was hit the hottest. This is not said by me. This is actually coming from one zooming secretary general of china alcoholic drinks association which is the official drinks association in china. That's regulate Anything related to alcohol in china. It's very powerful organ and he basically said homecoming function for wine was essentially non existent as heavily relies on social consumptions such as restaurants to the decline with shoppers. A wong stall too short before giving any thinkers on the decline. But we can guess it's melted doubled. It's not a single digit jal. So i talked about on trade. The impact of covadonga trade. Now we're moving to happen to off. Trade fails of course traditional channels that supermarkets wine and spirits shops. They all saying jobs bought. Interestingly there are two sectors that have seen tremendous growth. I one is e commerce ecommerce coast china is the biggest ecommerce. Amal it out in the world and second one that is really emerged to ask the growth engine during the pandemic is live streaming later on. We're going to talk a little bit. More about e commerce and livestreaming palm consumption unfortunately like wanstead essentially long existent even if there is some arm or hong kong suction in china. The reality is by joe accounts for roughly ninety percent of all average consumption so even if people are drinking they are looking to buy joe and then beer and then comes wine..
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COVID's Impact On Chinese Fine Wine Consumers
"I'm going to be talking about the impacts on china's why market on how those impacts affected consumers buying behaviors. First of all this year. The buzzword hearing is locked down on but in china and we talk about lockdown. It's in the strictest sense one household household can only allow one person to go out once a day to purchase all the necessities unlike in europe. Or in the us where you have the luxury to go out and to do a lot of chores. In china it's really strict on areas. That are most affected by the pandemic. You're not even allowed to go all. There's a community officer who is on standby just to send all the necessities to you to your door. So this is the contact where talking about when we want to understand kovic impact on china this is also the circumstance under which a lot of the business have to operate for three months from late january to april. So this is something i want to want. Everyone who's listening in to bear in mind to keep it in the back of head on back of a mind to understand the corvettes impact. So i upon. I'm going to talk about cova impact on china's wine imports. So what happened to win. By the end of january china had locked down the whole country as a result restaurants hotels essentially closed and miss the most important chinese new year sales for anyone wondering how big and how important is chinese new year for a lot of wind merge and a lot of the a lot of them who i talked to told me chinese new year wine sales account for roughly twenty percent or even up to thirty percents of their i knew sales so imagine seven day period was lots okay and then imagine. That period was attended for three months. That's the challenge facing a lot of the importers in china and of course logistics were delayed because quickly the pandemic spread from china to the rest of the world Even when china in may and june recovered from the pandemic countries are like ryan's italy and you were in the depth of the pandemic dot affected global logistics while because we have the latest figures from china customs at a showed import volume declined by thirty percent. Thirty point eight percent to three hundred forty seven million leaders in poor value declined roughly thirty percent as well to u. s. one point eight four billion. This is quite significant. Because i want to joe attention to the fact that last year china's one import value already declined. We saw roughly ten percent job in volume terms and one percent in value terms because of the economic slowdown and trade war between china and was so the downturn. We are saying this year is a continuation of what happened last year as well. So that's you know might have a projection for what is to expect on what's to calm right okay. So next one. I am going to talk about because of the job in wine. Imports and how it affected merchants consumers and the price points are was sane on the shelves merchants of course when you have stalks that are meant to be depleted for chinese new year. That a stew setting in the warehouse. What you do when you have uncertainties facing forward you'll become a more cautious your becoming more cautious with your spending what to buy how to budget. That's natural response. A market exit suddenly. We're seeing a lot of merchants exiting the market. Unfortunately one of the examples with sane is from jovial. Many of you guys familiar with jovial so basically joe view is a wine and agricultural importing company backed by the tech giant nenova. Five years ago when it entered the market to stop two important should be winds. It costs a lot of fanfare and naturally they had the peak around twenty key bruns. Included a the biggest Organic winery madonna in in chile. And also jong here moe's fabulous wines earlier this year due to the pandemic it's general manager said they're suspending the wine business. This is not a small one time importer. we're looking at a company. Dots actually has the scale. That's the direct impact of the pandemic. I'm coffee cards. Of course a lot of wineries and importers were having zero sales in february in particular consumers when you have job uncertainty because of the pandemic what are you gonna do. You're becoming more cautious with. You're spending your accounting or the non essential standings unfortunate wine is counted as numb- essential on like you know maybe in france or italy or in the us consumers of course they're trading down if they are buying winds at all. They are really budgeting what to buy. You know what is the best value. What is the most affordable wine outing the market this can be reaffirmed by the expert on expert data we just from burgundy from january to september export volume to china shop to by roughly thirty percent and in value terms jumped by roughly around twenty percent and we see some increases in areas where Or shop elise. Those kind of increases assertion guan crew premier cru in terms of red and whites that Racing price-wise wines priced under one. Hundred orrin be is the most popular category one hundred. That's about fifteen dollars. So what happened to on trade and why on trade matters like any other. Why importers in in the war in europe or in the us traditional ones heavily dependent on trade on restaurants and bars and hotels to win. The pandemic happened especially in china. Were the strictness of the lockdown is so severe on so carefully scrutinized at enforced restaurants bars were treated during the pandemic on china. We're talking about country that has ten million restaurants chinese new year. Like i said completely shot during the seven day. National holiday dining sector alone lost five hundred billion. That's seventy six billion. Us dollars lockdown. Measure of various strictness were enforced from end of january to april lasting three months. Even in some cases restaurants were allowed to open. Are you can only do delivery service delivery service it go to. It's a growth factor at a hall make makeup for what's lost from in dining services and heidi loud. That's another biggest restaurant chain. China lost to five billion to stirring saint periods just to give you an idea of the severity of on-trade unfortunately among all the alcoholic beverage categories. Wine was hit the hottest. This is not said by me. This is actually coming from one zooming secretary general of china alcoholic drinks association which is the official drinks association in china. That's regulate Anything related to alcohol in china. It's very powerful organ and he basically said homecoming function for wine was essentially non existent as heavily relies on social consumptions such as restaurants to the decline with shoppers. A wong stall too short before giving any thinkers on the decline. But we can guess it's melted doubled. It's not a single digit
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New Yorker fires Jeffrey Toobin for exposing himself on Zoom
"Jeffrey Toobin. Was the guy who was on a zoom call right? He's works at CNN. He's a staff writer at the New Yorker magazine. And he's on a zoom call. And well, he's on to zoom calls raison. Assume call with CNN talking about the last election, but he's on another zoom call with I'm not a not 100% sure. But, uh, hey, kind of forgets where he is. It kind of gets out cameras work on a computer and he ends up tilting one of the cameras down. And it turns out that that Jeffrey Toobin Was Hmm. Not wearing Pants. And Jeffrey Toobin, You know he's on the zoom call. He was on another zoom call. But the first zoom called talking about the election was aware of what was going on on the second team calling to the camera got panned down, And then they saw the Jeffrey Toobin was Um He was. How does one say zooming himself? Hey, crazy. What else would I say? The best I could do under the circumstances. Tony Katz, Tony Cats today. So good to be with you. Yes, he was zooming himself. And New York magazine. New Yorker magazine has come out to say that we finished our investigation and he's fired. And he put out a tweet saying I got fired after 27 years. Love the magazine. I love the people maybe a little too much and And that's not have a nice day. I'm out. But he still has a job at CNN. My question, of course, is How How does he still have a job? I mean it if I did that. I can't imagine I would have a job now. Here's what's really weird, Ari. Let's say you did that. Okay, So here's where I'm Here is my oddness, I guess. That someone is that Foolhardy. Is the fireable offenses that somebody was doing? That isn't so. So Here's Here's the difference When this all happened, he said was I thought I had logged off Zoom. I didn't realize you were still on. Well, that's the firing a fence because you don't think that you're being recorded every second your computer's open. I am the guy who has tape. On my cameras. If you look at my I have two laptops. I have three screens, two laptops, and then I've got extra cameras, right? I'm doing Newsmax. I've got the camera for Fox. I've got a whole set up here. It's kind of made and by the way that we're adding another TV on there's another whole computer system coming right? We are. We are like command center. Here we are. We're the NORAD of the Midwest. We're ready. We're ready to launch the missiles do the whole thing. Of course, I tape over the cameras on my computers on my laptops. I don't trust them. Don't trust anything or anyone anywhere. What are you crazy? Not in the slightest And that you thought that, um you did it, And that's enough. You had that much faith in the in the usability of technology. You thought that was okay? That's the firing a
Former Blackboard CEO Aims to Bring New Features to Zoom Classrooms
"The former CO founder of blackboard, which is a learning system that I don't know if you guys used in college I, used it to check grades and syllabi. You don't like it. Alex terrorizes putting thumbs down on the. Echo version of software ratings I mean is blackboard was notoriously bad. Even ten years ago I can't imagine it's gotten better well, well, thankfully, the CO founder has you know he went to actually precision Hawk which is a drone startup left dot in January is now onto his new company class EDU and their first product is not. So casually called class resume for everyone listening I. Suggest reading my story because the demo does a really good job and I won't be able to do as Greg Griffeth job but the features are basically creating zoom if it was genuinely belt for teachers to lead a class beyond kind of a one on one discussion, which is kind of how Zuma's right now. So some of the features all run to them really quickly as. A teacher can kind of launch live sinement quizzes and tests. Then it can see students complete them. We'll also seeing their desktop few you've to give permission, but we can debate on if that's too much power or not. It can also kind to class or music class, which is good for early learners. Its structure kind of puts the teacher on the left and let's students toggle between different views of the. Friends assignments they're talking about, and then finally it lets students reach out and ask a teacher a question and of do a one on one zoom with them on the side in case there shy and don't want to talk in front of the whole class. So it was a little the big features