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Elon Musk moves ratings as host of 'Saturday Night Live'
"The ratings are in for E. long musk and his appearance on Saturday Night Live during his monologue you on musk boasted about running Tesla and space X. now he can brag about boosting TV ratings for Saturday Night Live the ratings for his show average seven point three million viewers according to Nielsen that makes it the third most watched episodes for the season for the NBC comedy show the only wants to do better with the ones that were hosted by Dave Chapelle and Chris rock those two still have a must when it comes to comedy chops any praise for the billionaire's punch lines and deliveries during the show we're not like a rich person's foundation's charitable another area must fell short in touting doge coin the value of that cryptocurrency fell after the show aired in part because must did a comedy did in which he called it a hustle I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Making Personal Connections and Friendships Through Biking
"How is the bike kind of making connections for you differently than it might have a decade ago. Well so a decade ago i. I didn't have the didn't have the depth of relationships that i have now around the bike so i had a few people that i rode with and so on. If we go let's see a decade ago was twenty eight. So i was pretty focused on racing in mountain biking That's a pretty solitary endeavor especially when you're living out of the back of your honda elements driving around the country. Sleeping in national parks and truck stops at this stage. I look as i reflect on my time here. I had to get together the other day with your showed up in a park with some speakers and t you know in a blanket and said whoever wants to show up show up in about half the people who showed up repeating line new through bike so these are people that i was connected to his as an entrepreneur who are also in the bike space. These are people who i've met through writing people who bought you know some of our early bites or their friends. I met a few others that i had met before. Actually that varada are bugs and that was really special and then i was part of a burning man camp. That was you know the the bicycle repair camp and so those people as well. So there's this really strong bicycle theme. That knits together. This patchwork with people in my life. I always find it interesting in my personal connections as well. How different the people are that ride by. You know from the spectrum of sex race whatever its use itself selects around this activity of the bike and around nothing else whereas i don't know if a lot of other things in life that really do it in such a great way this element of Certainly i got my start in a much more competitive sort of paradigm and. It's it's probably no coincidence. That's i didn't have the deep relationships when i was in that competitive mindset that i have now whereas my mindset is is very much one of. Let's go to adventure together.
Adapting Your Marketing Strategy in the Creator Age
"Talk specifics. Kept about how this shift that we're talking about is currently affecting brands and specifically their marketing strategies. Okay so few things. If you're a brand rate now. Your marketing strategy is not media heavy enough at all and it's not create crater focused enough at all and it's probably very mono media it's probably text and maybe a little bit of video and certainly no audio and one of the things that i love. The hubbub podcast network is like we saw the growth. An audio we had our own shows but we knew we were only going to get so far and we. We notice that there was just an amazing group of creators out. There like yourself. John and so many others that were like. Wow how do we bring them together and also solve a core problem for listeners which is manned. it's really hard to find a discover. New shows still really hard to find the best audio content. That can help your business help. You grow as a person as a leader and so we thought about was like. How do we bring those those things together and create a great network so you may be listening to your show john and hear about another awesome episode on a really high quality related show. That's already been vetted and thought of by us and by yourself and people can just have a real kind of continuity inexperienced to their audio consumption is really kind of lacking today and i think if you're a brand that's what you tried to do work with the best creators your space and reduce the friction for your audience. Help your audience find the best information as easily as possible. See i love this fire nation. And you're seeing this an actual that. I promoted today at the top of the show. I talked about my first million which is another great podcast in the house by network. Yesterday i talked about being boss tomorrow. We're talking about business infrastructure. I mean this is. What's happening when you can cope promote when you can home england's a company that you know frankly has done this spectacularly well for years now is wondering where they just cope great shows and their own network and guess what they just got bought by amazon for three hundred and thirty million dollars. So you can see what happens when you build the right infrastructure and you adapt to the shifts in you. Make things
Federated Learning for All With Flower
"Your host is usual as tobias macy today interviewing daniel boy till about flour a framework for building federated learning systems. So daniel can you start by introducing yourself my nose daniel. I'm the founder of a hamburger. Best startup called adapt. And i'm one of the creators off to flower federated learning framework. And we call it and flower. The friendly federated learning framework. I got introduced a python. Yes absolutely so. I started doing python a bit more than ten years ago. Actually during my undergrad studies. And then i didn't use it for quite a bit. But then as you resurfaced on rediscovered it or to hold data. Science space within machine learning is pretty much based around python. So that's how i again got into it and started to learn properly and now we basically use it. Most of the things we do apart from some some educa- select a weapon like mobile applications. Where other languages are more suitable. We now use it for all of the machinery of beckoned systems and actually for some robotics cases to it before we get too deep into flowers specifically. I mentioned that it's a framework for building federated learning systems. So just wondering if you could just start by giving a bit of description about what that means. What federated learning is in the context of data science and l. So when we usually talk about machine learning the underlying assumption usually is that we have a single data sets sits in a single place so we can access the entire data said we can analyze the entire data set and we can basically read any example that is placed in the data set with federated learning. That's not the case anymore. I mean having a data said in a single location is pretty restrictive. So you have to collect all of the data. I which is not always possible sometimes not possible due to our example legal constraints. Sometimes it's not possible. Due to technical constraints the data is just to lower the rate at which the data's being generated as too large transmit. All that over the network
What is Slow Living?
"Talking about slow living. Do you wanna get started waste. What's i leaving mane's to you. Yes so coming from the nordic countries. I always make a point that we actually live very much slowly moving in in finland and all the countries and i think to me slow living is understanding business and watch what is causing the business for you and understand say no things that are not necessary or required and slowly is not just about an. I think the slow living. The slow life is started in italy about the cooking. The slow cooked meals and slow food. Yeah it's it's not just about food but it's just kind of a lifestyle choice that you opt out to stay away phone perhaps for someone it is digital devices and saying no the business and might even be more like herbie type of a lifestyle where you are in a country in a bush the farm living out of the great which is kind of like the extreme definition of of slow living slow life and is about being more present and creating spacing life of those things that matters like family and friends and yes having those slow meals with your family and sharing this really. It gets like the danish would say cozy moment. That's the kind of long winded answer would would for me slow living near. Yeah i totally agree with you that it's not it's not a it's not an easy thing to really define in one simple short thing because it goes against so much of what our culture is maybe not the not coach but definitely the the western culture of this idea that is a goal but we should be working towards should hustle for do whatever get to a point of bone out and i think that it's completely slightly being conveyed the opposite of what feels good for me. What am i values. How do i wanna live my life like an asking the question. Why i'm working towards that goal. Is it because i wanted to or is it. Because that's just what everybody else is. Doing what society is telling me to
Ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, Allyson Felix Is Running for Black Mothers Everywhere
"In two thousand eighteen decorated american sprinter allyson felix began the arduous process of conditioning. Her body for the twenty twenty olympics in tokyo. We all know what happened next. The pandemic broke out and the games were postponed for a full year which means that felix has essentially had to live through her trimester twice the newly popular term which was coined by author lawrence road in her twenty seventeen book of the same name in capsules often challenging months when many postpartum mothers rejoined the workforce moments of which felix has had many. Because it isn't just her track and field. Training that has required endurance. The nine time olympic medalist and the only woman to win six olympic track and field. Gold medals has become a vocal advocate for fetal and maternal healthcare and equal pay causes that she has taken up in front of congress and in a widely circulated new york times op. Ed in which he criticised nike for failing to add protections to her contract in the months surrounding the birth of her daughter in response the company announced a new maternity policy that guaranteed an athletes pay and bonuses for eighteen months surrounding pregnancy. This week proctor and gamble released a series of video celebrating felix's accomplishments both on and off the track as she prepares to return to the olympic qualifiers in june as a sprinter a season competitor and as a mom who still needs to negotiate childcare with her partner. I imagine the last year has been particularly interesting for. I mean everybody has their own version of hal. The pandemic has impacted them personally. But i can't imagine having trained for a full year expecting the games to happen. And then basically getting a year pause and it occurred to me that you are essentially in what is now called your fifth trimester which kind of evolves for many months. When you're sort of a new and working mom and you have a very unique job. So i'm very curious you know how did your life kind of change. You have a small child at home. You'd been training for a year trying to get back to where you need to be. Then you get a whole other year at any point. Did you sort of think. I'm not gonna do this. I was very doubtful. There was a time period. I think it was right when the olympics were announced that they were going to be postponed and our family had made so many sacrifices. Like you said we had worked so hard already to that point you know with dealing with the you know the exhaustion. The lack of sleep in it just felt like a whole 'nother year. You're asking us to do this it. It felt very very hard. And i felt like I was still kind of taking space degree. The loss at the olympics wasn't going to happen the way that i had imagine And then think after. I went through that then. I was like well. We've come too far this point we're all in like i've got to see this thing through But there were moments that that were just difficult. I think any new mom new in freshly new working mom whatever that looks like for you. It's hard to figure out what your new life looks
How to Get Rich as a Personal Trainer
"Wanna talk about how to how to get rich and famous. I think it's a good not rich rich in fitness. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah if that's even possible right so that's another topic. No i think it's i think it's a really cool conversation For reasons one. I think there's a lot of misconceptions around how much money isn't fitness. So especially since the the new category which will address which is the influence. Her rights doesn't exist when i first started. That wasn't an option. Like hey would you like to be influence or actually. I want to influence dirty work. Yeah it is so that. That's now a new category slash online coach. Whatever yeah right so But there's also this idea that there's a there's a lot of money in Owning your own gym. I mean i. I used to think that was kind of like the pinnacle of a personal trainer. Become a personal that or actually becoming a trainer for athletes pro athletes writer celebrities was a mind blower blew my mind when i realize how much they don't marry. That's why i think is a good conversation. Because there's a lot of things that i thought were true that were not true at all. In fact many of the things. I thought were true. Relate to complete it once. I was in the space long enough and you know met enough of these trainers that that had had success in these categories. Yeah one of the. We'll get into all the categories at the common Places you can work and fitness and then what it looks like what the strategy should be in terms of how to make a lot of money in those. But one of the things i love about. Fitness is that very few people. Actually get into fitness with the intention of making a lotta money and i liked that because i mean there are definitely people that go into fitness to try and make a lot of money. They don't last though is what i mean. If you're if you're doing this and you're doing it professionally fulltime for more than five years definitely longer than ten years. It's usually because you have a deep passion for fitness and for helping people and that's good in my opinion it kinda weeds out the. I'm just going to jump into this because it's a money making opportunity which would bring in a lot of people who maybe aren't You know as passionate about fitness.
More Than 1,200 Migrants Reach Italian Island on Boats
"Around 1200. Migrants have landed on boats and the Italian island Lampedusa within the space of a few hours. A rescue charity said many more were in difficulty off Malta.
China says most rocket debris burned up during reentry
"I'm Julie Walker that Chinese rocket finally came crashing back down to earth in the Indian Ocean around ten thirty in the morning Beijing time on Sunday according to the country's official news agency China's space agency said of course segment of its biggest rocket reentered earth's atmosphere above the Maldives and most of it burned up early because of the uncontrolled reentry of the twenty three ton ten story tall rocket Harvard astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell tweeted an ocean reentry was always statistically the most likely it appears China wanted to gamble but it was still reckless the Chinese rocket carried the main module of the country's first permanent space station into orbit on April twenty ninth I'm Julie Walker
Debris From Chinese Rocket Has Fallen to Earth Amid Criticism
"Bring you up to date. You're about that China Rocket Space agency. They're saying of course segment of its biggest rocket re entered Earth's atmosphere in the Indian Ocean, and that most of it burned up early this morning, Harvard astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell, who tracked a tumbling rocket tweeted. An ocean re entry was always statistically, the most likely it appears China one. It's gamble, but it was still reckless. People in Jordan and Saudi Arabia reported sightings of the Chinese rocket debris on social media. With scores of users posting footage of the debris piercing the early dawn. Skies over the Middle East. Usually discarded rocket stages reenter the atmosphere soon after lift off normally over water. And don't go into orbit. NASA Administrator Senator Bill Nelson issued a statement saying quote it is clear that China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris and of quote Roughly 100 FT. Long rocket stages among the biggest space debris to fall the earth. China's space program with its close military links, hasn't said why it put the main component of the rocket into space rather than allowing it to fall back to Earth soon after discharging its payload. As his usual in such operations. This is common
Chinese Rocket Debris Crashes Into Indian Ocean
"That was launched last week re entered the Earth's atmosphere crashing into the Indian Ocean south west of Sri Lanka. It was a 100 ft long piece of that rocket among the biggest pieces of space debris to fall to earth. Find
NASA Criticizes China's Rocket Re-Entry as Debris Lands Near Maldives
"Officials with NASA criticized China for a lack of planning with the return to Earth of a Chinese rocket early today, the Chinese government said the rocket came back down, with most components burning up in the atmosphere during reentry, the report says the remnant of the rocket landed in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. S administrator, Bill Nelson said China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space
Long-Haul Carrier Emirates to Ship Aid for Free Into India
"Emirates will begin shipping aid for the World Health Organization and other groups into India for free to help find a crushing outbreak of the Corona virus there. The offer by Emirates, which has some 95 flights Weekly to nine cities in India initially involves eight material already in Dubai and China's space
Chinese rocket updates: Debris hurtling toward Earth at 18,000 mph
"A Chinese rocket is expected to re enter the earth's atmosphere and crash sometime this weekend. It's unclear where the debris will come down the rocket launched last month on a mission to create a new Chinese space
Twitter Introduces Tip Jar
"As expected twitter has taken the wraps off of tip jar a new feature allowing everyone using twitter in english to send tips and a limited group including journalists and experts to actually accept those tips coating the verge to use the tip jar simply tap on the freshly added dollar. Bill icon next to someone's username when viewing their profile. On one of twitter's mobile apps users will be able to toggle the tip jar feature to for those individuals or organizations that don't want people just sending them cash out of the blue android users will also be able to send money in twitter's clubhouse like spaces tip jars supports a variety of payment options and links band camp cash app patriotic pay pal and then mo twitter is using those services external payment processors for transactions. It doesn't take a cut all english language. Twitter users can send tips starting today but only a select group including craters journalists. Experts and nonprofits can't turn on the feature to accept money for now
Collin Borns - Speechly: Enabling Voice User Interfaces Everywhere
"So we are joined here today by colin born. Colin tells a little bit about who you are and what you do. Yeah thanks for having me dave. So i am the business development in the us for speech lee and a- kinda got into voice technology by interest in voice tech- started back in college know really from the perspective of a guy who was always looking for the next thing always interested in starting my own little businesses and and through college was came familiar with voice and saw this as my way to be to be a part of this next revolution of interesting technology and really became obsessed with. How can i go and learn about this as much as possible. with led me to intermedia Working in on the finance side of things but gave the ability to see a different perspective. Drama an agency that was known for building different boys projects and ultimately given an opportunity to meet a lot of really interesting people in the space That ultimately led to doing some investing at a small venture fund. Call voice punch. That is completely focused on the audio and voice tech space so Do than look that hundreds and hundreds of companies over my ear in about half time With mark in over at voice punch in. Now i'm like i said at speech lee where We help developers voice interfaces to existing websites. Mobile
Conductor with Bipolar Disorder Launches Orchestra To Battle Mental Health Stigma
"Today we have ronald brownstein. Mr brownstein is the music director of me. Too and a graduate of juilliard conducted the san francisco symphony berlin philharmonic and the oslo philharmonic. Just to name a few. Mr brownstein was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in nineteen eighty five. He launched me too because of his desire to support others who struggled to maintain good mental health. Mr brownstein welcome to the show. Thank you you have conducted major orchestras all around the world. And you are on a trajectory to being a lead conductor when you disclosed your diagnosis of bipolar disorder. And then you were shunned by the classical music community. Was this the experience that caused you to start me too. Well it wasn't like. I decided to start me too. I got basically fired from a job. Because of my mentally ill. I knew that i would never get up conducting chop again But it wasn't like a decision. It's just i felt that i run out of options So i had to create a new option which was to make my own of of people like me. And i guess it was not as though there was a formal launch. We just set out a press release and we waited to see if anyone would show up and a few people did. People were frankly sitting on on cold folding chairs all purpose community space at the beginning. We didn't really know what we're doing. And no one knew what would happen So anyways long short. I said everyone down on the floor and we talked about a parameters was just simply that wanted to make an orchestra that stigma free context in which we would be ourselves and not have to hide our illness so Kind of started like that
'Digital Gold': Visa Bets Big on Cryptocurrency
"What's going on guys. It is wednesday april twenty eight and today we're talking about recent comments from bcc. O- on crypto but first. Let's do the brief. I the brief today. Ilan pumps does again. Okay okay alone we get it you like. Does you think it would be hilarious. If does became the reserve currency of the intergalactic federation because nature loves irony. We understand but you can still choose to stop early this morning on tweeted the doj father. Snl may eighth now. You would think. At this point the ability for something like this to pump. The price of this mean coin would be nil but ono that is not the case. The thing is it doesn't matter that many other parts of the crypto industry now have prices that go up or down more or less based on things like broad trajectories macaroni arif's and market structure based reasons does is pure play on a me that means that the relevant game isn't what should happen. It's what do you expect. Other people think will happen right now. Alon tweeting about doj. Sending dodge's price up is the easiest reflexive medic bet in the market and it just keeps working does was up twenty percent over thirty one cents per coin and as an aside apparently does coin mining revenue is up like forty five hundred percent this year as well so anyways one other ilan related thing. Yesterday's episode was all about alternative takes on tesla's bitcoin selling well. I read another great one yesterday evening. From our sarah's who describes themselves as an ip slash corporate attorney who recently became a bitcoin maxi. It's a quick thread. So i'm going to just actually read right here. A short threat on tesla selling ten percent of their btc. The sale in order to demonstrate liquidity is a totally legitimate action. On their part. It looks as this move may have been premeditated by elon. Musk defanged shareholder derivative lawsuits. Master had the ability to announce their intention before buying and give their shareholders. Time to be bought out at a premium.
"open space" Discussed on Friendshipping!
"That was my computer which is like near my lap and it was a little solar rude gesture i just this all right i jenin trinh i have severe add and i work in an open space office so no walls just desks out in the open it to challenge to focus sometimes but mostly i do pretty okay however there's a new person in my row that has a new habit that is provided a whole new level of difficulty to focusing on my work this person spent most of the day listening to music on his ear buds and playing desk drums are loudly tapping out the beat with his feeds it's not a constant but it is a lot and it happens every day for most of the day i know i'm not the only person to have noticed him during one of his durum solos but no one else ascend anything about it i put in ear buds but i can't fully drown out the noise he's been working on my team for less than a month and i am sure that he doesn't realise other people can hear him let alone are distracted by him is there a way that i can alert him to the fact that his tapping so ampang an stumping is distracting without making him feel bad or making him afraid to show or making him afraid to work how he likes in his own space i feel like his drumming and tapping this part of his creative process or how he concentrates do i just need to learn to live with it.
"open space" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Stick around through the end of the week there is a chance that this is going to continue raging all week long and no telling where else fires are going to pop up this week in southern california was seventy violent hour winds will the g graphia this fire inventor of means what where where to go next to what else is under threat well the downtown section here is on the eastern side of interest so it's got to go through all of the rest of insurer to make it to the pacific ocean and it's also somewhat looking to spoke here pushing north which is stored santa barbara it would have a long way to go to get to santa barbara there's a lot open space and then montesino in some other areas carpet durriya that there that are between here and and santa barbara out but it's heading in that direction an outdoor the ocean outdoor the ocean is good but to get that far adapt to go through a lot of neighborhoods in and that's what firefighters are trying to to prevent from happening the caused monetarily to these structures in real estate and things of that nature a significant but what about people everybody's okay so far we know one person is dead i in trying to evacuate but we don't know about the others you know you think a santa rosa back in the beginning of october that that firestorm we did know about how many were dead in tel many days later it's just too soon right out no telling i mean in this apartment complex i'm looking at the probably add one hundred units though telling who would whose inside there right now same with all of the homes are we've been watching burned unfortunately other the one person known to be dead was trying to evacuate and enrolled their vehicle in the evacuation but all night long all the powers out in this whole area from that the town where it started in santa politi here in ventura up into to santa barbara i everything is out and now all night long it's just been a steady stream of people trying to get out of here as quickly as they can't the only light is coming from the flashing red lights of fire engines and the incredible orange glow from this fire everywhere it's already up it started last night it's alright the.
"open space" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"Setting your staff aside for a few minutes to help give your give that open space for your partner to be vulnerable and assist them in walking through that space and then you switch and your partner and how the tmm and helps you there at the very ideal you know for how you like the conflicts to go and one thing that i found was that and this was concept can i explain amarilys in ships and then i was always the one only dwayne the tmi m's now i wasn't getting on a return and so that is one thing i would say to you is like if that's something that you do practice in your relationship make sure that you ask for that back you know because both sides of the situation deserve to be processed and even in in a work thing you know like you may be really upset about um something that occurs at work or something might have hurt your feelings and if you talk to your boss or coworker about it whatever you know you kind of i believe and workplace hopefully you're giving that person a certain level of respect when you go and have that conversation and of making sure that you're taking that same level of respect and applying it in your romantic relationships or familiar root relationships are platonic relationships um and apply in that same level of respect um with these tam atms now the whole other young seems to kind of syrian where thing number four component number four.
"open space" Discussed on WCTC
"Voting for a replacement for governor chris christie today we're also our opportunity to vote for the entire state legislature the people that worked very hard for you that may be don't really realize his what is the role of your local assembly person or maybe your local senator and what they he or she is doing on a day in day out basis for you this is where you get to kinda cast your vote a alike how things are going or you don't like how things are going maybe that will impact how you cast your vote today but the entire state legislature is on that ballot today and also to valid questions to very interesting ballot questions will be ah post to us today typically there's an open space question but surprisingly not this time around there is no a question for open space which by the way interestingly enough open space bala questions have a perfect record in our state every time the ballot question has been one to do with allocating money for open space in preserving open space it is a perfect record every time it's been on their it's been passed by the voters of new jersey which tells us that we care about things like that but the two questions that we have today there's one that talks about allocating dollars to improve libraries now i know you probably have set foot in the library and how many decades but there is still a need for great local libraries and though the ones it where i live are very good they've got you can download books now for your kindle is due would last as long as you have like a membership are carved the library you have access to the digital downloads the kind of stay on top of that they've got grade internet at the library you know if you ever lead to just get online for something you can go use the internet for free at your local library and they'll be looking at that stuff they'll throw you out but you can just go and there's there's access to the internet while you're there and a lotta libraries have really become great community centers with the entertainment and lecturers in educational programmes the library close the i live the got bans music comes in you get that may there's a sinatra show one neider maybe there's.
"open space" Discussed on Critical Role
"It's the open spaces where i suffer the tight spots i feel very good about the open space this is a very tight spot i would like to be friends with you again i just have the condition yes my pension for forgiveness with my sisters welfare these razer thin on i know if you can respect them we don't have a problem do you know why i titled sister i have some idea she thought she was missing something that and i use this term loosely ordinary people we have a magic were used to convince people that we deserves a things we debt those of us who were born this way it was treating her unfairly and limiting our ability to see her world for what it was worth and it was a simple and easy fix she is going to wake up one morning not yet but soon and realize that money will not make her happy and that trying to please at awful father will not make her happy and the first step in that is realising at he's week and there's no better way to do that then being best the title to know parents uh i don't agree with that line of thinking i now you are not her saying it's the truth but it is but i believe is in her heart and i think perhaps that might lift i will never i will never hurts anybody intentionally especially not here any more than i already have and in return i ask.
"open space" Discussed on Exchanges at Goldman Sachs
"The business was primarily a regional business so if you were to us firm it was primarily a regional business the business was not that complicated people were not taken a lot of risk technology really didn't exist as a tool to help you so was tremendous information advantage on an eighth argue did a lot of paper a lot of research to get information legal ads legal pads lots of legal pads no that green paper that used to write the numbers down by the way this was before lotus one two three let alone excel so it was just a lot of very open space and so in the context that was extremely extremely entrepreneurial and there was an enormous amount of growth because the world was changing quickly and finance was going through globalization that really occur through the '90s as you went from kind of a local regionalised business to global financial businesses one of the things that's interesting what's the same still pretty entrepreneurial business a lot of what we do in our business requires people to work very entrepreneurially on teams to find solutions for clients and that entrepreneurial spirit still very very important in this business in this industry what's changed as the speed the information flow tremendous competition scale matters enormously so back thirty years ago you could open a small business and it was easy to get a lot attraction you still can in certain areas of small businesses but scale matters a lot in these businesses is very very important soldal risk that you have to take and you have to manage that risk well.
"open space" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show
"Individuals that are actually inspiring trust inner genuine they take the time to dive down for the specifics in other words of interesting because many to get really granular on some being really high level absolutely because when you're demonstrating granularity you're demonstrating that you took time to understand human being which is validation manipulators they don't have time they are on a mission to conquer there on a mission to take advantage of you and they don't have time to dive deep because if you're not going to give them what they want like this they're gonna move on rapidly in so when you take that time for that granularity it it's it's majestic i mean i've 'cause i do this alive in i have never ever worn spin accused of being patronizing and i asked my exam i've richly obsessive behaviour any time of year is something i kinda analyze why and i and i and i thought to myself a why have on ever been accused of being patronizing and it came about like you said that granularity that's why my opening statement or most of the time it open space statement that i have the specially but someone on either i haven't met before it's a new relationship or someone they have met on that i'm going to always tried to use his it i call this specific nonjudgmental validation of a strength attribute or action and i i use that word specific in there so that way is not just a line is not just a manipulative tool is not just a flattery thing um i don't buy an sat at all it's got to be very specific to the individual so that's what use for an opening statement or opening remark to the eta someone basic yup that's graha and if i don't know here's a great thing to if if i don't know anything about the individual then i go back to time i will i will validate and i will be extremely appreciative the time that they share with me in i'll do everything i can honour that time that's great credit vice one of the things we haven't talked about is how you deal with a toxic person i think that we we all have people that we work with or.
"open space" Discussed on ESPN FC
"At gain a a remarkable question the league kicksoff on friday at gabriel jesus while have gone with from the flashes we saw last season he's got the skills for the highlight real and he's also got the ability to find the net that suggests he could put up numbers that will i'm augment his allround football capabilities and i think if if matches the city are in a the titlewinning season he will and if the gong it's a bold choice consider everything's a bold now you're i haven't seen anybody they yeah you're right you're right but it's only bowled because we don't know like usually the answer that question would be somebody whose role is to like fully defined to we do we actually know that he is going to be a a member of the first eleven that he's ahead of a guero or that they're going to play together yeah i think he's going to play you think me pepper on the phone the other night well here endre marinos on espn of c a he was talking about the possibility of a guerin jays who's playing together the mobility of both players is what makes it difficult for the fenders because if you focus on said here wait on he moves you out of position while when he was at a position who steps into that space and that kellyanne this was invaded the velde that relationship or one goes other one shows and other one finds open space it's very difficult for centreback they'll be able to stay with that sort of movement and they know by the way you do have sani or you do have fairly or you do have seen or their verona so at some point you gotta pick who you mark and who you stay with two guys like that in the field that would be very dangerous.
"open space" Discussed on The Nerdist
"It was an experiment gives advice than doesn't have any scripted programming right now so there was no template they're like as a network they're more like a a rogue band of creative people right um so there notes were always kind of crazy experiment keep it weird and so each episode is like a different swing it's a little bit different totally we just kinda wanted to see what we could accomplish in and just try some shit so um it was in that weird crazy open space that i would then bill like okay gotta go home and so that it i'd come back and it's interesting as an actor a billion the beginning in my career it was always about like how do i get there how do we get to the darkness how do we get to what i would it is a half to accomplish and then are like my mid to late 30s i kind of the it's something clicked and i realize oh wait a minute like if it exists in humanity i can channel it sure so it's not about me having to go there it's all about like how do i channel it cleanly and let it not stick to me and that opened up a whole other like realm because i was no longer afraid of getting stuck in a place or i just wasn't afraid of anything so i could just let it happen and i was like a does like a channel for all of it there make sense yeah and it will like a mero's a year like a medium you'll get the organizing i it's kind of with kind of what it is that that's kind of how i look at it really um and so that made the acting thing way more fun and way and i became more fun day everybody in my life um when i started to look at it that way.
"open space" Discussed on TAPPED
"Um work well in our team and has a similar vision moving forward i mean that appeals which i feel as i've told you you very much for this group those you know you and i have a question for you because i think we did a lot of talking about like ourselves and that was slick on your part but i'd say straight shooter straight shooter charming you're right but charm charm doesn't pay be overhead here you have a lot of work hard and we're a girl what's up i've met some great people don't work like two no names i mean fine oh oh no he doesn't have to but it's like like people are they going to college where other people like you know just that you you that i thought even growing up that i was like oh because the smartest guy in my grade and yet you know i think i think like he's like on he has an ice cream store so are also i'll just go ahead and say we value here as sort of a tunnel vision right so you're talking about how you're looking at you know you have a goal in mind and you work to get to get going on that goal and achieve that goal right you're talking about people that you saw in college who now own ice cream you're like keeping track you big on facebook or something he will drag on her face because what we do to stay active on this job whatever job you do here with us at sea squared you're going to need to have tunnel vision and you need to be focussing don't need to be checking out other people are doing at this is an open space working environment so it's very easy to get caught him and curious about what other people are doing yeah that'd be focused on the task at hand for you great okay and i think actually what i'm one of my best qualities is knowing how to prioritise things to get things done it good hear more about you please yeah i mean when i started my own company um you know one i was kind of everything that company fault.
"open space" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"Moorei love the swollen white space makes life worth living hmmi feel like emilyeurope row at white space in your white phase looks like sitting on your porch does i do do the whole lot um but that also has come from you know a decade of working sue mud shh thati realized that i wasn't happy and i wasn't enjoying my work nor my time outside of work because work with so stressful because it's all i was doing and so i did begin adopting for me it started with my thursday'sso blocking off thursday's for nothing um and it was a time when i wasn't lowering anything on my schedule at also no meetings and then i could just kind of do what i wanted so if lastminute our friend learn to have lunch than i could do it because i had open space to do it or if i needed a catch upon task i could do it because i had open space to do it but most often it was or it's time for me to just sort of chill like just sit down to read a book or or call up my grandmother and see how she's doing or whatever it may be so for me having that having that white space that really is open for me to do whatever i want to do and not having a todo list or a calendar dictate how i'm spending my time gave me back my enjoyment of my life and work in ways that i probably am only now beginning to like truly appreciate.
"open space" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"If you want to talk to you someone you know then you're gonna have to know how to approach them according to their personality so if they're into for example prepping care you can use that to your advantage to bring the hobby into their uh their site or if they're into just technology computers and stuff you have the whole digital side of things and so on and so on set up here the hobby can go from one extreme spectrum soon other and just like people's personalities in our likes and dislikes they go from one extreme spectrum to the other extreme and i think i think they're the puzzle pieces can always fit together since you gotta get people to see how they can use it then why they should use it or why they would want to use it for uh what they want to up in our area we got a lot open space law farm so i'm trying to talk to my father about and say look we can communicate from farm to farm in one spot to another and we don't have to use cell phones we can get on the radio and and yet talk just like we would on a regular family broadcast radio are such our cell phones uh then you if any kind of situation comes up to wear a new us i've for somebody down roads get a flat tire new hampshire near i can pick up the radio say i'm on my way over their senators all sorts of different will avenues you can look at.
"open space" Discussed on The ONE Thing
"Right now we allow like outlook to to determine our availability up i have an open space i can fill it and that's where people get into big trouble in that's exactly what we've created on the back of our training that exactly yeah while yet but i mean yeah own your schedule on and if you say no if they really want to see you will find a way to get to you and that's another thing right scarcity also sells its it's weird but you say no people want you to say yes and they want with they can't have so you tell them now they wanted even more and then you have to give them an option and and i don't want to sit here delegates good i mean there's times that i will take something it's seven o'clock at night but i've already had all time for myself at that point and i made myself available by choice not because i'm a i asked you right you know what i mean will carry shared the mastermind this was really powerful and i assure the podcast before but it's worth repeating he said that working long hours grinding it out this hustle mentality is cheating because you can do the wrong activity long enough and muscle your way to a result true success thou is holding yourself accountable to working a set number of hours in being as productive and effective as possible and then transitioning an actual the living your life.
"open space" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century
"So yeah they were in various goal the school was originally built that it could be either a i score factory space correct i heard that anecdotes but you can look at pictures of this place in its yes thing that is screams leg industrial school it was yeah i was basically that the entire school was like it was a huge open space so that they can build a factory in it if needed than they had dividers set up basically to create alum the the the most of the boss of the rome's in it sort of just to give you an idea of what you're dealing with jazz very industrial watson industrial space just reconfigured for icicle this is maybe we can talk about this later there's a there's a white flight component that's why the it was uncertain how many people would be moving to the little an area the set up a little time to set up this the school but um yeah let's continue added i'm sorry to disrupt you hack who know we can no trumpian encouraged stone operation by the way yes yes it has been anglian gutted a lot of the interior on behalf to be built the library there is memorial there but it's still a last time i checked at least of twenty turned was still in operation it's still on google maps right in syria you know who's schools are expensive apparently so i went on um but there's this one particular anecdote um that kind of brings together allotted alatas a threads on you might have heard after uh.
"open space" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"Into this you know the fast pace online sort of connected with with the screening connected with of yourself what you were not really connected with other people when in he certainly with every that will really try to do is connect connect men with one another of create a an opportunity to have a deeper conversation of which ultimately leaves to deeper connection ed strong relationships i think it by starting their rican we can change the dialogue to build a which you know puts puts the puts us on a different trajectory in in our society today um and you know how we do that is obviously using the tools and technology in in a lot of uh a you know just just a lot of belief and hoping in commitment i think i think we're on raw the right path cool on soul of one thinking about this o of the on the four could my brain do i goal go wonder will probably go both but one question came up as you're saying that his do you we'll play the blame game here how much blame so our backups what we're doing is creating a an open open space for for deeper connection for for guys to actually you know moon could act and the throat really what it comes down to so you mentioned how busy in fast digital an online our lives are but i'm curious as to what your opinion is if we didn't have the internet would what were doing with men's groups in these retreats would have the same impact or similar impact you think it's technology how much of it is technology and curious well i think uh.
"open space" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Discuss this where left in a wide open space there are a lot of people like sporty with false claims about how they're going to improve your health it's today clark re just moment rangers moment yet another pad or dietary supplement circle remedies has been shut down was stymied by the f the day why because they were claiming that there are various products wade solves cholesterol problems eliminate high blood pressure here are diabetes oh lemonade depression even eliminate all muscle pain and even see a number on the internet you see they had so line on tv about how all these are a ball remedies are the miracle cure for you and the dietary supplements you need to know that anybody's allowed to claim pretty much anything tilt later proven that they shouldn't be saying it's in the meantime they can sell stuff that may harm you and may not have anything to do with the what they are claiming they'll be able to take care of this is where discussing and hurdle remedy or dietary supplement with your doctor for you start taking it is he to your how the integrity.
"open space" Discussed on A VerySpatial Podcast
"Inside that's remote sensing and so it's not just if we know we has headlights open space but we have this thing in your car yeah i mean it's just i think it's kind of interesting to me that for some reason when we think of remain send saying when the general public things are right sensing a sums some form of science fiction out there stuff and i don't think that they quite understand what was meant by remote sensing and and to some extent fairness i think a lot of road sensors and just people not necessarily understand what you just said that some of the things your car could because when his routes and i think the one that that that i was interviews buys one i say everyone of us holding remote center in your pocket right now and when you turn on take a picture like a snap check like example a took a picture of the lucky sit now time a classroom out for him and i sooner about sensing right that it's the same technology the cameras just farther away it it just captures maybe different ways likes of light in addition to in the best one but it's the same concept that technology right and and so no problem was saying i never met sensory my pocket like a do all the schedule stuff that ones yet so yeah i had but that's always everybody can of stops for second and they're like sometimes if they have their from out but the stare at it but up all about get and and think about it for minutes so you're absolutely right is just you know thinking about the fact that their their essentially the same principles and technology it just for those of you out there yes stu did just say this you took a picture of a monkey this week to put sitting on a classroom also story also story it was just the monkey sitting out the window on somebody shorter that's not so right maybe will make it into bits and bites minutes but if it every sources because ten pneumonia ahead right so you know i think it the remote sensing sounds for some reason i think.