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"philippe" Discussed on Code Story
"The scale is because that's the founders we've always had Pure science chops I've met a ton of founders. That either have been taken advantage of by development agencies that just keep increasing the statement of work and and getting competent and then also now. I'm learning how many tech companies tech startups fail because of Huge technical infrastructure challenges that it's like it's almost The point of no return. There's like so much so many issues that That it becomes impossible to navigate so It's important to be very methodical about your your shutter last question fill so you're getting on a plane and you're sitting next to a young entrepreneur who's built the next big thing. They're jazzed about it. They can't wait to show it off to the world. Can we show it off to you right there on the plane. What advice do you give that person. Having gone down this rabbit. I would say just do it. My advice is just do it you Entrepreneurship is the type of journey. You only really learn as you go You can read as many books and watches many videos but entrepreneurship is really just about about doing it. And then you know having fun along the way as well sometimes especially in the startup world where everything is sort of really seems everything seems rosy from the outside but then when you look in the inside it's like there's a lot of chaos but i would say have fun because it's actually a huge privilege privileged to be able to do To do a startup to work at a startup to work in tech. It's a huge privilege that we have and so such remember to the along the way couldn't agree more fulfil. Thanks for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story of utica. Thank you and this concludes. Another chapter of code during code story is hosted and produced by nola part. Be sure subscribe on apple podcasts. Spotify or the podcasting. Happy your choice. Support the show on patriotic dot com slash coach story for just five to ten bucks a month. And when you get a chance. Leave us a review. Both things help us out tremendously and thanks again for listening to.
"philippe" Discussed on Code Story
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Former MLB Pitcher, Felipe Vazquez, Sentenced to Prison for Sexually Assaulting Teen
"Pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, has been sentenced to at least two years behind bars for statutory sexual assault and child pornography in a case involving a girl who was 13 when the encounters began. 30 year old Philippe Vast Vasquez, who had already served nearly two years in jail, Prosecutors said the former All Star closer, was in touch with the girl by text message for two years while he played for the Pirates. Girl's mother found their text messages after the family had moved from Pennsylvania to Florida State
"philippe" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"That's such a beautiful frigate story because the things that ring true to me. Is it systems so systems either. Allow things to thrive or they destroy. It's very clear right. You know see spiracy revealed so much crazy shit. That's going on thank. Thank you for that right. And an it's just that system and you're right that system just keeps playing an intel. We rise up as the community as the consumers as the customers added as the voters. Because every you know listen whether you agree with whatever the politics situations are going. I believe that the dollar that we carry is probably infinitely greater than any voting cast of any vote that that can ever be putting election so we can shape things by what we do and what we put our attention on. And and that's a very very powerful thing that i want to stoke the fire of that young young group in young youth more than ever but Yeah man it's just resiliency of nature just phenomenal when tapping into that. And i think that's the key to you know remembering the you know things like the fact is were always trying to help. People remember climate changes in ocean problem rates climbing but the half the biodiversity on this earth loss in the last forty years almost seventy percent of wildlife and nature. We've lost in forty years You know these are very real things But when we come together and enact solutions and embrace innovation and embraced opportunity and recognize work ended him with with nature and and allowed to recover Break in amazing things can happen and do happen is not click bait and doom scrolling stuff because The hopeful death doesn't isn't fears short-term. Right fear is a very good shorter motivator from behavioral perspective. That will get you to scroll and click on stuff rallo each other each other only marble But it's hoping opportunity that inspires long-term actions fires people in the long run and we need as much of that is awesome right now. Our messages you know recognize that the ocean is the center of the conversation around climate change center compensation conservation and asian about our planet about our planet. Exactly that there's good things happening in good people making good things happen. Is you also effectively. Shown and inspirationally In the message right there. There's good things we need to come together and protect the planet because we're denver protecting ourselves. Listen to survive right like there's gonna be nature lasts If if we destroy ourselves just thrilled about human survival. I wanna dig into that. We need to talk about the children's programs that you're doing what would you say. I mean it's so cliche but we're talking about it. What would you say is a thing as a way that children from from nine to twenty nine like there's some emerging opportunity here. There's there's some. I just met a third star general and he just told me he goes. I think my daughter wants to talk to you. Said really it's like she. She is a fiction. It's talk to you. Talk to me because she is now gain your phd in environmentalism directly on the ocean about the ocean. And it's like just to know that that is a thing that's huge. That is a system that's largely. I'll be so bold. Not teaching us that much. Like you know. My major taught me a little bit. Physiology nation got me enough to get a little curious but really my education was life and the fact that that young person is now in a phd directly related to the ocean. Let's celebrate that shit like come on. There's so much opportunity and you know we ask permission to bully combat earlier. That's kind of what you were talking about but You know the the when we think about all in his nine to twenty nine Is is you know. As an organization were building global movement restore from plant in the idea that environmental movement as a whole as neglected education moving boeing and used for decades to all in in recognizing the best way we grow constituency of people care about these issues that we build a foundation in society for conservation ethic is by focusing on young people in education. Hard to change behavior But focusing on people's the best way to do that and build at the cultural economic and political will society To build a new world and So that's been our focus from the beginning. My grandfather said you know before we can talk about conservation to talk about education. Not what we do To that very point because those are the generations that make chain society ever and it's everything from school programs. All the way up to looking at entrepreneurship A great example is is the blue economy where you look at okay. How can we leverage will steam restoration. You know a. There's a lot of work in ever being. Invested in sustainable aquaculture for safer like health for us in seaweed as a carbon sink natural habitat restoration. Can they become de facto re preserved but also income for amazing source of nutrition and food for people on they can become forests and farms in the ocean that are restorative and restoring is and restore to farming the oceans and tremendous economic opportunity communities around the world over overdoing increasing a lot of work in that space in recognizing that's just one example of opportunities to be using algae based materials plastics. That are biodegradable in the ocean. You know there's so much innovation and opportunity out there that focus is on how we restore renew trading energy from the ocean. That is again renewable restorative in. And so that's really you know about the higher end of that nine to twenty nine year old at what we always talk about is. There's tremendous opportunity out here. You know it's not just about being beaches doing recycling campaigns. You said it's It's about recognizing all traces of consequences in the things that we find the things we do in the business that we start the old model of like. I'm afraid of business. Make hundred billion dollars destroying the planet. That i'm going to maybe like colonel started started foundation and trying to donate some money to fix the mess. I made As as a were done more years instead it's like how start a business that is both making money providing jobs and opportunity and restoring the environment at same time. Imagine that and also i feel like when growing up you know we were always told feels the same way we were always told like all your years of tomorrow. You know somewhat your life. You'll be able to be able to lead and i was wondering when is that magical time happen and what we like to tell. Young people is. That's so not right. You are the leaders of today you. At six years old little girl we met she went out and she. There was a water balloon fight in her hometown which was an estuary fishing fishing town estuary. They would be a water balloon. Fight every year and she would go paddleboarding and.
"philippe" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
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"philippe" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"To the moon in show you our way our trip our crew and that's how profound it was an and probably we know more about the frigate moon than we do the ocean. You would know more about that than me but just actually writing an article about this darren. So nastase budget for space exploration shoot. Man's place exploitation. They so call. It is about wendy. Billion dollars noah the national oceanic and atmospheric administration of the ocean and the atmosphere here on earth budget for ocean. Exploration knows. budget is around five hundred million So we're spending it we can. It's it's so cool. We've got a little helicopter that could fly on mars. I'm sorry but who gives a crap like we're spending billions and billions of dollars to go around on the red planet and send you know against science but at a certain point we are watching eco-systems collapse on this planet. We have no little still about our entire oceans for that education is is still and poultry with respect to to to natural systems And we're spending all this money. I mean it's like marie-antoinette be like. Let them eat cake. What are what are people going to eat. What are people gonna drink our we deal with mass migrations of folks from from issues like climate change. Oh it's so wonderful. There's a microbe on mars are. Isn't that fantastic. But people can't eat that people can drink that people can't breathe bats And it's really outrageous in my opinion And should outrage. Everybody when we think about we have we have a limited resources on this planet. Limited financial resources were spending way too much money looking up and not nearly enough looking down and protecting what we have here. You will soon to be able to do both now like that'd be great. So can we have ten billion dollars for exploration and you take ten billion for spatial relation. I'll take that deal any day but affability Twenties or space seems a little out outrageous to me. You're so true in. It's like as you're saying that. I can't help but to think that. That's a systemic human problem. How we kinda want. It's it's like recycling. For god's sakes like we wanna put the nice blue bin and just it away take it out on my house and i feel good about myself when you know. The recycling program is largely just a disaster The delusion is that there's recycling going on very little so it's the systemic thing that we don't want to actually turn in and acknowledge. We don't wanna do that with ourselves to be better humans when pain and suffering happens like okay. What is my contribution. What can i do to be better. What can i do to learn. What can i be due to explore myself. So that i can be a better human and you do have to do it and listen humbly the our show down to earth i wanted to go infinitely deeper an every frigging subject in. Hammer the shit. I had a lineup of doctors and colleagues and all that stuff. I almost quit the show. Because i was like gosh it. It's going to be watered down. And i got all these people and i ended up compromising not out of integrity but out of the intensity of the inflammation information to where. I'm glad i did. Because we came to a clear understanding between sharing that information to be inviting and you said it exactly entertainment. Education hope is absolutely central. Ninety nine percent of the information out there in this area fails miserably. Because it's just it's just talking to the same. That's why i laugh. And i love the fact that you have. A you. Have an exploration of finding treasures in the caribbean. It's like who doesn't want to watch that but you're also weaving in the entertainment the education and that's what we've been able to do on our side but if it would have been up to me in my ego it wouldn't have been that way so i learn and kind of be aware that there's another way of tell that story and and i think it's so important now than ever because the last thing we all need to do is be righteous about the challenges we need be in invitational through entertainment and inspirational. And that's exactly what your your grandfather did you. So right on the money like you. And i do the same existential crisis. I think in the coming from a more earnest background. Some certain degree in my work when i met ashland and we started working together and and she really started challenge that earnestness this challenge my willingness to take risks and be more fun and when we had the activities superfund by in your career looking very serious yes so know be able to. That's got having. It was really hurt influence underneath background pucklechurch journalism etc that that towns in and why we did a show for retirement treasure which i was like originally rabin I don't know if that's on brand national like no. We have an opportunity to like reach a whole new audience. That wouldn't necessarily seek out serious mysterious documentary And we'll both ways to sneak in climate change in as you said during you know and and bush plastics and also stuff so i couldn't ashen with that and the new book we just wrote oceans dummies asam route ninety percent of it with a sense of humor and accessible writing Again like ocean for dummies out on brandon Will actually because it's making this accessible to people who are experts in the ocean right so Yeah even willing to be comfortable about. We have fun of. He works ables. So were i think it me in the oh in the environmental space and also in the subsidy ocean space for lack of a better term. We really need to cast a wider net Because now there is definitely still in need and want for serious documentaries about the serious issues that our world ocean is facing an end the humanities phasing. But let's say you're someone that maybe doesn't already know about or maybe even a it was some of the things that's happening on. The nature side are happening on a the ocean. You wouldn't sit down just randomly pop on a very serious depressing documentary on netflix about the ocean. Like you just not gonna sit down on a friday night and do that. But you might. You would possibly sit down and watch something like my octopus teacher in learn how frigging amazing octopus or octopuses or occupy. Both the right. you're out. Just how good they are. They live for longer than a year. They would figure out a way to kill us all our daily..
"philippe" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"And this one will not disappoint. This is philippe an ashland. Throw for all of you. That were inspired as youth for shot. Cousteau's incredible work of bringing the ocean into our lives And developed and invented the scuba system. This is the grandson. Philippe cousteau and ashland to stow are stewards themselves in a powerful way of the ocean and they've been in and around all of their lives and they have multiple television shows nuclear sharks for discovery channels. The shark week. This one's really cool. Caribbean pirate treasure on the travel channel. Come on who doesn't want to be with them. Discovering pirates of the caribbean treasures so and also Ashlin took on a big task of writing a book. Obviously they co authored. Philippe will be the first one to tell you that she mostly took it on ourselves and they just released a book called oceans for dummies and incredible book diving into literally information and inspiration about the ocean and the power that it is and the credible ecosystem that it's contributing to the entire planets. Check that out. Have incredible nonprofit called earth echo Where they're really reaching out to a lot of youth in many countries providing content immersive experiences. How great is that trusted resources. That are free of charge for the youth. We all need that. I was inspired by his grandfather. When i grew up. I had brick and blasts Talking with these two powerhouses. I definitely want to do things with them. In the future so really joy. This heart warming powerful conversation about oceans about the about us all being stewards so hook in hold on and enjoy this great conversation with felipe and ashland. Cousteau.
"philippe" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
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"philippe" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
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"philippe" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
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The race to build AI that benefits humanity with Sam Altman | The TED Interview - TEST
"Just this sort of shallow feeling of hope. Optimism is a search. it's determination to look for a pathway. Forward somewhere out there. I believe i truly believe there are amazing. People whose minds contain the ideas visions solutions. That can actually create that pathway forward. If given the support and resources they need they may very well light the path out of this dark place wherein so these are the people who can present not optimism but a case for them. They're the people. I'm talking to the season. So let's see if they can soit us now than the place i want to start is with a i artificial intelligence. This of course is the next innovative technology that is going to change everything as we know it for better or worse today was painted not with the usual dystopia and brush but by someone who truly believes its potential. Sam altman is the former president of y combinator the legendary startup accelerator and in two thousand fifteen he team launched a company called open a dedicated to one noble purpose to develop a it so that it benefits humanity as a whole. You may have heard by the way recently. A lot of buzz around. Ai technology call gp three that was developed by improve the quality of the amazing team of researchers and developers. They have working. There will be hearing a lot about. Gp d three in the conversation ahead but sticking to this lofty mission of developing a i for humanity and finding the resources to realize. It haven't been simple is is certainly not without its critics but that goal couldn't be more important and honestly i found it really quite exciting to hear sam's vision for where this could lead. Okay let's do this long. So some almond welcome. Thank you for having me some here. We are in twenty twenty one. A lot of people are philippe future this moment and what history. How would you describe your attitude to the future. I think that the combination of scientific and technological progress and better societal decision making better. Societal governance is going to solve in the next couple of decades. All of our current most pressing problems. There will be new ones. But i think we're going to get very safe very inexpensive carbon free nuclear energy to work. And i think we're going to talk about that time. The climate disaster look so bad and how lucky we are. We got saved by science and technology. I think we've already seen this with the repeatedly that we were able to get vaccines deployed. We are going to that. We are able to cure or at least treat a significant percentage of human disease including. I think we'll just actually make progress and helping people have much longer kids longer health. Men's and i think in the next couple of decades that will look pretty clear. I think we will build systems with a and otherwise that make
"philippe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"Great so few quick kind of rapid fire questions and then we'll are fake could buy What here's one. That's maybe book related to your book. What is a common pet peeve you have of your white friends. Oh oh oh you went back there. Okay i'm here i'm here. I'm ready to common pet peeve of my white friends it would have to be wincing at the n. Word and sort of when you telling a story of something happened to you or like something's happening In the news just like performing the fact that they are uncomfortable or sad or unhappy just to reaffirm that you know they good person. I'm like no what are you doing. I know you're a good person. I wouldn't tell you this story if i needed you to like waves and say oh. I'm so sorry. I'm sorry for like hearing d. n. word for example in the story i'm telling so the over performance of allied ship can bug me occasionally good right. That's going to be the hardest one of these the next one. I like this. This is a therapy with an agenda into it. Well that's the only one i had. So i'm not i'm non book. What's something that you're really into right now. Television movie app. What whatever the case may be There's a little miscall taylor swift help there. Who while we were. All spinning out of control decided to release of the best albums. I've ever heard and i listen. I don't want to be saying these words i. These are very awkward words on trying to sell a book about being a black friend. But i can't help it. I've loved these two albums like those one weekend. That was kind of rainy. And i just listen to the song. Champagne problems on a loop for thirty six hours. And i took long dog walks all over manhattan wearing my mask just like drowning in that song and outta yell at me a few months but taylor swift brings me joy and finally. What is the last great book that you've read. The last greek buchanan read. Excellent question does after. Bya anytime anything. I i re this one's kind of cheat. But i reread dangerous. Case of the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. It's such a good book. It's such a good book. It has like such a command of voice that it's writing in and divorce. That could be like. I don't know i i. I can imagine an essay that says that is problematic but is sex. Such an engrossing read any. It's so heartfelt. I love it so much. Excellent yes but good when it's been a while since i've read that though new it holds up. I don't have all this i love love. Love well then. third appearance. Newest book is short. Be your black friend coming out on april the twenty seventh. Congratulations and we'll see you back with the next book. So now i want you to have like a live event or virtual extravaganza. Where i get to interview you. Because i have questions do hope maybe one day maybe one day but i promise you if that ever happens you'll be the person again and.
"philippe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"It's all gravy baby like a life is very good. I mean yes horrible. But i don't think i would sort of like be making anything better may pretending that does weren't all very good problems to have like. How is the tv show. I rode on learning to be received. It could be slaughtered. I'm still going to be very happy. My life is kinda great. The writing thing is happening. It's been happening for a few years now. So i'm grateful and happy about that. And i will allow myself a fool. Good reads breakdown screenshots and texts maybe once every decade but that for mad that. I'm so happy that somehow this is all working out. I feel like we should wrap up just now because this is a very high note where we're we're ending up so i heard a gasp as if you're ready to break the bubble there no no i mean you know the bubble's gonna like rake all on zone. This is this is a rare moment of introspection and perspectives. And is soon gonna get like replaced by a regular noise. Happens my head so without without asking you go into too many details. Are you busy in yourself. Outside of writing for television In your teaching responsibilities. Are you busy with the next book. Whatever whatever that may be. I'm light busy with the next book in that I think what happens to me. Is that i get ideas. And until i get some sense of validation from the outside world digest the ideas so for example at the idea for north kaplan. But it wasn't until the were like. Oh we can sell this. We will give you money if you finish this. One idea that. I focused in on it and terming as a verb. It was like a two book deal so i had to like focus on that story And i think after nonfiction sort of like i don't know experience. I had so many ideas. From what knicks earth fiction could be. I was like oh it's gonna be interpersonal stories like let's be collection of short stories. I the squad but why aid from a bunch of different characters. Black dude version of gilmore girls. The father and son i have so many ideas and i get paralysis because what usually ends up happening is that i have a lot of like notes on my phone and pages by notebooks. But they don't coalesce to actually sitting down and working on a manuscript but recently i've been like this is the idea. This is what. I should be working on right now so i focused in on one idea in one central character. Nothing that's what i i. It always starts with the character from me. Like as soon as i have a protagonist. I feel like i'm steady in some way. And what's exciting about this one. Is that like. It's a female protagonist The first one. And it's a murder mystery set in harlem and it's a story too but yeah that's where i am with it right now..
"philippe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"Have to so then. In the other way did you find that in the course of writing this or guinea notes on it. Then you had to pull back at all that you were going too far or you know because these are real life situations that you didn't you maybe went there and then thought you know what i'm going to pull it back or soften it anything like that. Yes but not when it came to my family. My family's free four. Like i mentioned everything. my bad side of the family probably won't read this book. But if they do i'm getting written out of a few wills Because again on the family side like if it happened to me it happened to me. It's mine. I think where i was more. Careful and more nervous was when writing about the black experience in america because the book kind of changed a lot. Like i i sold it as a partial which was just the first twenty five thousand words and the idea the outline for the book and while i was writing it the fun summer we had last year. just exploded like the black lives matter movement just exploded across america. And that if you're writing a book titled like shirl be your friend. You can't right around that i mean i could have. I guess i could have sort of just like said well stuff's happening in the world but let's talk about tinder And i couldn't. I could just like i could only think about this one thing so i had to write it out and i was very very angry last summer but it's not the anger i don't know i don't i become a Again brock therapy. It's just a one for one every single time this i think. I'm a very friendly but aggressive person so when i get angry it doesn't really look like i dunno rage full fists in wall..
"philippe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"This is what cook do you. I'm brock shelley. And thanks for listening this episode of i and the first one being that it marks the fourth year anniversary of the podcast. Which is crazy to think about. Seems like just started a few months ago. I want to thank all of you. That have listened and taken part next on this episode. We have our guest who is doing their third visit. The most of any guests so far benfleet is here to talk about his newest memoir collection of essays shore albeit a black friend which comes out on april the twenty seventh and ben and i. We've gotten to know each other just through doing these podcasts. If you like to see our other two episodes that are in the show note and just kind of interacting talking texting So this is probably a more laid back than some of the other episodes. But you'll get to hear kind of what brought him to write this book and dealing with the summer of.
Archegos And The Fastest Loss Of Wealth In History
"What's going on guys. It is thursday april first and instead of bringing you some fun cheesy fake story. I decided to go in the exact opposite direction. Today we're going to be talking about leverage corruption and cheap money the fastest wealth in history. We are talking about arche ghost. This is a story that many of you have been following for coming on a week. Now it is certainly one of the crazier macro stories. I've ever covered here. It involves a traitor with dubious past a group of investment banks coordinating takedown double crossing margin calls and an eraser of fortune. Thanos style tens of billions gone in the seeming. Snap of a finger on the one hand. This is the story of an individual trader. A twenty year icarus who finally flew too close to the sun on the other. It's a story of a market as a whole a market. That is made money. Extraordinarily cheap which normalized extreme risk especially in the form of leverage. Let's start with the man at the center of the story bill. Bill's career started under the tutelage of the legendary hedge fund manager julian robertson in one thousand nine hundred eighty julian robertson founded tiger management. One of the earliest hedge funds. Tigers run is the stuff of legends building from eight million in start up capital in nineteen eighty two over twenty two billion in the late nineteen ninety s when robertson unwound and shutdown the fund. In two thousand. He started the next phase of his career which was investing in the funds of his former employees the so-called tiger cubs to be clear. This isn't like one or two funds. We're talking about thirty five to fifty of the world's top hedge funds rob citron's discovery stephen mandl's lone andreas halvorsen. Viking philippe lafont kuwata management which you may recognize as the lead investor in dapper labs new three hundred and five million dollar round from this week and one of those hedge funds from the tiger cubs was called tighter asia management and came from bill hong
Some Belgians shout: 'King! Tear down your garden walls!'
"Looks on in the cities never comfortable especially when you have little outdoor space at home and the local parks overcrowded making social distancing impossible yes in Belgium one family stands above the fray the bill to Doyle family has an extensive lush garden right in the center of town nearly the size of Monaco and repeats with a massive palace and its own red herring colony so it comes as no surprise that more and more voices all edging king Philippe to open up at least part of his palace to the public during the wild west health crisis in a century local politician because he says the Maurice at the palace gardens are turning into a parable of wheel privilege in times of intense needed change we have a lot of people living in the most difficult social economic situation small housing no guard others argue public access to the gardens would compromise security for politicians and royalty policy three I'm Karen Chama
"philippe" Discussed on AusPod Syndicate
"To start a business so my specialty is physical pro. I wouldn't be able to answer for other ventures like digital you know but the maintenance vice is get started and it could be a side. Hustle could be a weekend. You know every nine spent a bit of time but by all means please get studied Thinking about an idea won't bring you any long-term benefit but if you really stop acting on your idea and getting beat up advice and moving forward and you know you don't need to when you woke through a fog. You don't need to know exactly where you're going. You just need to put one step in front of the other and then this cover was going to happen and you know all along the way you'll figure things out but my first advice is to be pleased really gets tallied. It's an exciting journey. Very exciting journey and That's the first the second one is is for help. He doesn't mean you know Necessarily of industrial designer but he could be a mentor. Could be business long enough could be you know business partner. That's complainants your own skills but support on side. He's quite quite nice. Have experienced any heavy expense imposter syndrome. And you're starting as yours defining this amazing designs you're doing. Have you have experienced an imposter syndrome. Not truly sometime. I was questioning myself. He's he's done the right thing to do and everything. But i because of the method of jehovah was do something and then check if it's suitable valid valuable so he tends to process and validate itself and and because i'm a man of action to It does reduce that risk of impulsive syndrome Did i may have had impulses in rome as a speaker for example. Because that's something new that the id to my skills later I'm just five years ago So that's something it'd be new line and maybe a couple of times when stay wasn't on my ahmed leads to be here or something but again it's it's not so much about me. It's about the outcome. How you can inspire people about the odeon. So the impostor syndrome. If i if you have it these old very quickly because it's not really about you so this podcast is brought. Brockie by osbat syndicate powered by kangaroo earn medialab kangaroo furnaces charleena's independent video and management agency with a mission to help individuals in the intrepid years to start their own podcast and harness the power of podcasting book now via www dot kangaroo earn dot com. So you saying that you starting doing some speaking engagement. This what do you think as independent is that a good thing as interbay new have additional skills like being speaker is a good thing. Well many you don't have to be a keynote speaker is your trip manure but Knowing the skills of public speaking is definitely definitely a big advantage. And you see that on you know peach night for startups and everything. You have some time to take nickel entrepreneur. Talk about the futures of these products. You know and and that's frankly it's it's annoying unless you're a technician industry and you have some coming interest for most people. It's very annoying. But what's not knowing is telling the story you can tell that you have an odd that connects people and everything and you can tell about the algorithm and the does gonna help junior adl that and all you can say okay. We have this app. That knows where you families and it's it's kind of a map. There's to invest investigated your whole family. All ecosystem around that in finding king do people so that he can start with me that you forgot about. That's the story and that's more interesting. So it's it's you don't have to be a key military you don't have to be on stage but knowing skills on the craft of telling the story does something entre preneurs. Maybe you should learn so. They have to have a good on a public speaking so that they can down the story of their start up. Yeah definitely yeah. I think penny knowing how to tell the story. That's that's that's definitely a plus. So do you think that innovation today is different docked west ten years ago i would say in principle no because nobody chinese always trying to find something new and something to be better and more relevant to the time and yes because there are new things happening because there's a new pace think seeing things accelerating beaten for design and The also new tools so you have tools today that we didn't have years ago and nothing else tools like a of the are they going to keep increasing and getting better so that we can even avait maybe quicker but also more collaboratively. Can you tell us about cabell that you have the company that you have right now and the into to judah differently so cable still was created by osteotomy too small cable management devices. Such as these and helps. Secure your cables on your desk. So the whole idea of cable stop to do a good job like he has to be what i call thoughtful design. And when you have cable stuff you can have cables of different size on your desk. You just have to put that on your cables. And he's going to adopt a high so you don't have to do anything he's very into. He's very quick. he's very efficient. And the other thing that differentiate cables from other cable management devices. That it doesn't look you in one place and especially these days when we need to work from home and the next day we need to work a deal fees and negative. We working in the living room and not in the kitchen anymore. You need to have that flexibility and cable stuff really brings that that's folder technicalities. I would say of of the product but more than cable. so he's the embodiment of the triple bottom line. So it's people and profit cable step is manufactured in europe and i know the place and the people that manufacture your cable stuff and know high benefits these small ecosystem over there and he's been It's been designed with sustainability in mind. So the few aspect of cable stuff is that it's long lasting. It's not a product that is going to collapse all break after three. Oh six months you you're gonna have cables of what the next one years and also about the economy. Meaning that at the end of the life cycle you just dismantle the product and then you can review the material and because there's no mechanical constraint specifically typically dimaggio those pretty much as good as new and then can reenter the.
"philippe" Discussed on It's All About Evolving
"Our inspirations and i rolled up and sold now. Hey happy. friday fearance with police brutality. His incident took place on april. Twenty second of twenty fourteen. Before i jump into the episode and we do apologize for the background noise. There was a little bit technical difficulty going on there so we do apologize for that now. Let's jump in welcome fail so thank you for having me a Pollen said usually. But i go by phil. I'm twenty seven lives in georgia. I have a two year old ramya. She'll be three in january. I was born in ivory coast in africa. People don't know about me. Tell us a so in america's house three so that's why you can't really Hear or speak french at a mental. A lot of things shoot basketball That's like the surveys lau. Thank you for sharing that. So what brought me to wars your story. You mentioned about police brutality. I mean i must say that reading your story and feeling all the emotions within your story too so you were shot by the police on your job. Delivering pizza right. I'm beurre you might share a brief part of it with us. Before i go on so the give you like the shorter version. I wanna go to Yeah yeah that. Like i said i was like you just said i was living at the time. I had two job at the time. I was not going to school that night i went out on. You know delivering cheeseburger that night live route and the day was normal. That normal night Normal episode that was when i stepped off the black that was from nassau car top. The black shortening fell out of smoke in the air and stuff. So i kinda just. I saw it kind of just went about my business there So when i got in my car. I was approached from either side of my car from the first side or from the right side. That's the king. I the person. I saw black from a flashlight in my car. Right in my face and so are blocked it with my right hand and when i blocked the light can make out the second person coming at me from side to my left because normally not the car so i was kinda boxed in a little bit so i saw the second guy approaches from the left and because blocked light because i was looking directly at the person in the street i could make out another gun coming out of his of his hip. And so you know once. I saw that i kind of wanted to like fight or flight so this weekend. I you know kind of put the car in reverse and i didn't hit the car in front of behind me. I don't know how the reverse real quick and input. Dr tina who ford and got it here and soon as i move forward. That's my saw a lot of muzzle flash. Go off the conspiring. Might aside from the right side. I in snow white adopt First thing i felt was. I didn't feel any pain in that moment but i felt the impact in the bullet pierced my leg and pass through my thigh was pierced in severed and then i passed after that. I didn't know why until the hospital. But i passed out while the car. Looting crashed into a fence and no sound of glass breaking all around. Woke me up The cops had shocked me. They walked over ran over and out of the car and they were announced himself. Saint police and i just kept saying. Hey someone to shopping. Didn't know who was lousy The comp respondent. He said no shit sherlock to me and he common ground yet on the ground and actually prisoners on my back for a quick second while the anc me and i was kind of bleeding in my face by didn't know why yet but i was just like conc- face was wet. You can you see anything. So they put me on the floor of their car and thatch kind of how the incident itself happened. And that's how i ended up in hospital. Don't want that to me right after. They taught him the first stop there. That's the incident. That's how let's south there could the can get where my other questions will be coming from so after that and you went through that whole ordeal. I can't imagine what you're going through your recovery stage before you tell me about your recovery stage. Was your daughter born during that space of time or no. Sorry this was this happens. In april twenty second and twenty four. My daughter was born january twenty eighteen. Oh okay later bro. With going through all of this. How did it affect your mental health. Well as far as physically well to this will mental. I always it. Saw the physical part. I if you want to cause goes into your. Yeah i was gonna say so. I'd still joe. I passed out right after the bullying me in inside at that felt that the reason pass it was because i was hitting the also allow and so hit me right in between my the mundi my nose and my left eye bouncer on my face kinda broke the bone. Hold up my right eye and then landed much there for about two your inside out two days because they had gone like workaround in there for surgical purposes. I'm not a doctor. So i can say wow taking it out and i forgot to ask them to keep it which i'm still mad about what we able to serve the bullet kind kinda see it but i kinda like put my finger and like squeeze it in a way so like really really like see how big it was i mean or is he said hit you you said could i could i. Could you see your vision. Like could you see i i could at the ride is not really not too much but the left kind of makes up for probably driving or now but if i was thinking is and just use the right yeah i think if i was users use my right. It'd be like way more wouldn't able driver like that. Let's had both is what must say on to say My right is kind of like a little bit collapsed and a lot of people can really tell until i tell them like. Hey this happened on this. Why this like this new. Or i couldn't see that and it was kinda like a me thing but to this day. I'm still struggling with you. Know still Not accepting it because already accepted just Working around it. Yeah working around because to me. It looks really bad. Things to me looks horrible but other people like nobody ever sees it. I haven't had any issues with girls talking about or anything like that so especially six years later after the experiences. I've had i know that it's just me but still like harshest critics. So that's something that i've like a mental thing that i have to get past and i don't know if i would get past that it's just something i see. That will change so it's just a matter of like past. It's just something that's still bear. That are still looking to.
Early Mammals Had Social Lives, Too
"Six million years ago a group of small mammals huddled in a borough in. What's now montana. They were good diggers most likely furry and petite. They could sit comfortably in the palm of your hand. I mean if you saw them running around today you probably think it looks like a small rodent of some sort like a chipmunk or or a a mouse or or something like that lucas. Weaver is a mammal paleobiologist at the university of washington. These little creatures didn't belong to any of the three main mammal groups on the planet today. Which are the placental. Mammals like us monitoring like the platypus and marsupials like koalas and kangaroos. Instead they belong to another now. Extinct group called the multi to berkowitz their teeth. Is what really distinguishes them from. From any other group of mammals they have these really bizarre molars with these multiple bumps on on the teeth which is where they get their name. Multi typically it just means many bumps. weaver in his colleagues have studied the fossilized skulls and skeletons of these animals dug up in montana. And they've given him a name. Philippe amis prime. Mavis friendly or neighborly mouse. The details are in the journal. Nature ecology and lucien. Weaver says drought or climate. Change may have killed the animals though. It's hard to be sure. But the critters were fossilized together in ways that suggest they sought out each other's company. That's a big deal because it's commonly thought that social behavior didn't arise in mammals until after the death of the dinosaurs. Ten million years after these smokers hung out together the narrative for decades his been that mammals that were living during the dinosaurs were mostly solitary rat like creatures that were kind of scuttling the night under the foot of dinosaurs. In so the fact that we're finding these multi berkeley mammals totally unrelated ancient group mammals. That's apparently exhibiting social behavior means that this was probably not uncommon among these early mesozoic mammals. And it kind of changes. The narrative of sociology is somehow unique to placental mammals. Even today social behavior is relatively rare among mammals but these findings suggest the need for company in some mammalian species is an ancient
French police search homes of top officials in virus probe
"French authorities have raided the homes of several government ministers. They're investigating the minister's response to the pandemic. There have been scores of complaints that they failed to act quickly to stem the spread of the coronavirus Rebecca Rosman reports from Paris. Those targeted by the searches include former. French. Prime Minister. Edward. Philippe Former Health Minister Roussin and the current Director General of Health Jerome Settle Mom the office of the current health. minister. Olivia on was also raided the Ministry of Health. Says, the searches were carried out without difficulty. Philippe Amazon were forced to step down in July during a cabinet reshuffle just hours before a special court announced this. Investigation doctors, nurses and victims. Family members filed complaints accusing the government of manslaughter and endangering the lives of others. If found guilty, they could face a thirty thousand euro fine and even jail time for NPR news I'm Rebecca Rosman in Paris
"philippe" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"This is what Book Cook Do. I'm Broccoli and thanks for listening. Excited for this episode, because Ben Philippe. Back on the PODCAST. He was did the PUCK is way back. When the field guide to the North American teenager was about to come out. And obviously went on to win the more toward and better an. I. Since that first episode, we've. Texted back and forth a little bit when I went up to New York, we met up so we've got to know each other somewhat and. So this. Episode is much more of a conversation. It's a lot longer obviously, we actually talked for probably another hour after. I stopped. We're.
Dr. Philippe Friedlich On Pediatric Surgery And Neonatal Therapeutic Hypothermia
"Welcome to medicine. We're still practicing I'm Bill Curtis of course I my friend and Co host Dr Steven Tailback He's the quadruple board certified doctor of Internal Medicine Pulmonary Disease Critical Care and neuro critical care these days he continues to fight on the front lines of the COVID battle in California for which we are eternally grateful Steve How you doing I'm well thank you. It's good to be. I'm sure you've heard of children's Hospital of Los Angeles notice. Hla US News and World Report has consistently ranked the H. L. A. in the top five nationally and the number one pediatric hospital in California for thirty years. Running this remarkable nonprofit children's care hospital is nationally known for Neonatal Research and care that is funded entirely by generous philanthropists. Dr Felipe Friedli is chief of neonatologist at Children's Hospital. He is also co director of the fetal and neonatal? Institute. And he is professor of clinical pediatrics and surgery at the renowned kept school of Medicine at USC where he's published over one hundred, fifty abstracts, Peer Review Articles and book. Chapters Dr. Freedland is a rock star in one of the world's most complicated pressure filled and delicate specialties that include newborn respiratory failures newborn pulmonary hypertension even surgery on unborn babies. Can you imagine welcome Dr Felipe Free Lick? It is an honor to have you here tonight and having me. So doctor. Can you just bring our listeners up to speed on C. H. LA and your mission there? Sharon's HUSK local Sandra's mission is to care for sick children's no matter what their background cultural background or insurance they have we are. Laced to gear for family and children's in babies when there's no other place that could care for them. Are we talking about like one of the few medical specialties that truly couldn't wait for Covid to pause that's a great question fortunately or many children's covid has not been has impactful. They are some babies are insurance that are sick but by four unless we compared to adults we. Are Really lucky so far. So we're not going to spend the whole show on Kovin because frankly I think people wanted to know much more about your specialty, but maybe you could tell us a little about what kind of a regimen as C. H. L. A. Developed uniquely for this pandemic and what are some of the special things that you do at your hospital to manage this. A lot of it has to do with making sure that became screen families in staff when they arrive at the hospital in make sure that they're the environment for caring for the Germans you regardless of the reason why they're in the hospital is is optimal until the hospital has and significant resources to ensure that we screen families and visitors and parents when they arrive psychologically, how do you get your clientele to feel safe under these circumstances that has been Estonia As you can imagine a lot of families or speared to even go close to a hospital. So said, only our data's suggesting that we can provide a safest environment to bring Ren's and care for them, but it is a concern. Certainly, we can see that visit to the emergency room are significantly down obviously a lot of the outpatient clinic. I've had to restructure their environment, but I think that honest conversations with family in trying to make sure that. Children can get the care they need. So they don't have complications from their Biz orders diseases are we tried to do our best to get the message across
Chicago White Sox: Luis Robert continues to impress
"Game. It doesn't count the standings. But, boy Oh, boy, I watched Friday night the Inter squad on TV, Luis Robert Too long home runs. This guy looks like a monster. It reminds me of Felipe Alou is managing the Expos back in the I want to stay in the mid nineties, and somebody asked him about this young prospect named Vladimir Guerrero. And he had not played in the big leagues yet, and Felicia's answer Wass. When you just look at him, you think superstar and that's almost the same thing you get. When you look at Louie's Robert because time during spring training, you just look at him and he just looks. Like he's going to fill that part of a superstar he has. There's just a GN it factor. And then you watch him play and it solidifies every year. Everything you think about the guy and it's almost reminiscent of like I said what Philippe has said about a young unknown Vladimir Guerrero at the time when he was coming on the market. The White Sox and mean they didn't get him cheaply. It was think $26 million for a guy you don't know if he's going to turn out, but you didn't hear Yankees Dodgers. Cubs, red socks like the ones that have the highest payrolls. Why was that? I know the socks have done a magnificent job getting Cuban players going all way back to Minnie Minoso. Tha Jose of Bray you they've got Moncada. But why were some of the heavyweights not chasing this guy? You know what I wish I had a specific answer for you. I don't have one. But I will say what? You just reiterate what you just said, and amplify on it. The attacks have been a really good job of scouting the Cuban players. Now Moncada was signed by the Red Sox and came in the trade from from Michael Kopeck. But with Michael Kopeck, I should say For sale, but it's just one of those things where the White Sox I think maybe they do their homework better than anyone else. And that's why they were able to get a guy like Louise Robert, because He just looks like the really, really feel He does just looking at him, and then you see him in the box, but it's like, Oh, my God. How good can this guy be? Um You're right. It wasn't cheap. But it wasn't like out of this world money either. And, ah, kudos to the White Sox Foreign office and they're scouting. You know, this is the work of scouts. Thes air, not analytics driven. Data. You define a guy who has never left the island of Cuba, where you don't have a lot of information. This is scouting. And obviously you look, I'm a big proponent of scouting, and I'm a It's frustrating to see how it's being minimalized and Almost extinguished in some places, but there is still a place for scouting. And here's a prime example. We're talking to Pedro Gomez from ESPN. When you look at a team
Macron Replaces France’s Prime Minister in Bid to Reinvigorate His Government
"Macron. His name John Cast ex who coordinated Frances Virus reopening strategy. That's the country's new prime minister. The relatively low profile cast ex who paces at what Philippe? Resigned earlier in the day following a government reshuffle. Macron says he wants a new path for the two remaining years off his term, so he's chosen a new face to address social and economic issues amid efforts for the country's survival. This and the wider reshuffle comes days after a green wave swept over France in local elections. Crones young centrist party was defeated in France the speaker cities and appears to have failed to plant local routes across the country. I'm
French president names Jean Castex, who coordinated France's virus reopening strategy, as new prime minister
"The French government is expected to announce a successor to the prime minister after the current PM resigns. The decision to resign was taken on Thursday during a meeting at which both President Macron and Edward Felipe agreed on the need for a new government to signal a new stage in France's political leadership. But there are significant risks. Philippe is much more popular. And the president and is especially popular with center right voters who support Mr Macron needs if he's to keep his
France: Reopening strategist Castex named new prime minister
"French president Emmanuel mackerel his name is John caustics who coordinated from his virus reopening strategy as the country's new prime minister the relatively low profile plastics the basis and one Philippe who resigned earlier in the day following a government reshuffle macro says he wants a new policy for the two remaining years of his term so he's chosen a new face to address social and economic issues amid efforts for the country's revival this and the why do we shuffle comes days off to a green wave swept over funds in local elections microns young centrist party was defeated in France's biggest cities and appears to have failed to plump local routes across the country I'm Charles de Ledesma
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe resigns, government reshuffle expected
"And France. Meanwhile, government changes are underway. French president Emmanuel Macron has appointed a new French prime minister to replace Edouard Philippe, who has resigned amid an expected government reshuffle. Jeanne Coste ex who coordinated Frances virus reopening strategy will work place Felipe Macron hopes to refresh government for the two remaining years of his current term. Focusing on efforts to relaunch the French economy after the pandemic.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe resigns, government reshuffle expected
"Minister shortly after the French president's office announced his resignation. Respondents got car has more from Washington amid an expected government reshuffle. French President Emmanuel Macron prices outgoing Prime Minister Edward Phillips outstanding work in the past three years. The reshuffle comes days after a green wave swept over France and local election, Macron saw his young centrist party defeated in France's biggest cities. As the pandemic was peeking in the country. In March and April, Authorities came under fire for a lack of masks, tests and medical equipment before that Macron's pro business policies wide I've seen his favoring the wealthy had been hampered by the yellow vest movement in France against perceived social injustice. Scott Carr
Belgium takes down statue, king regrets colonial violence
"Is expressing regret for violence by the former colonial power. When it ruled over what is now Congo. In a letter to the company's president, Belgium's King Philippe stop short of issuing a formal apology to convey his deepest regrets for the acts of violence and cruelty and suffering and humiliation inflicted on Belgian Congo. The letter was published on the 60th anniversary of the African countries. Independence Phillips Letter is sent mean growing demands The Belgium takes responsibility trust is committed by former King Leopold. The second A bust of Leopold is expected to be taken down from display later Tuesday in the city of Gwent following a decision from local authorities. I'm Charles. The latest five
Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule
"For the first time in Belgium's history a reigning king has expressed his regret for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what is now Congo in Africa in a letter to the Congolese president Belgium's king Philippe stopped short of issuing a formal apology who conveyed his deepest regrets for the acts of violence and cruelty around the suffering and humiliation inflicted on Belgian Congo the letter was published on the sixtieth anniversary of the African country's independence Phillips letter is sent I mean going to mom's the Belgium takes responsibility for the atrocities committed by former king Leopold the second a bust of the apple is expected to be taken down from displayed later Tuesday in the city of glens following a decision from local authorities I'm Charles the last month
'Red zone' Paris under watch, as France prepares to lift lockdown
"The French prime minister Edouard Philippe has said Paris will have to wait longer when the rest of fronts images from coronavirus locked down next week three other regions will also remain on red alert due to the continuing spread of the virus older children that will not go back to class when others do the week after next but for the first time since mid March people everywhere will be able to go back to work and leave home without downloading a permit is to Phillipe announced the news at a news conference said you never let up don't let it go it's a new step in the fight against the epidemic it's good news for France and for the French people it's a gradual process that will begin next Monday over the course of several weeks at least which would allow the country to slowly but surely break counter the confinement that we've known in France a decision on re opening bars and restaurants will be taken at the end of the month
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"In Europe the number of people killed by the virus has risen to above twenty thousand the French prime minister Edouard Philippe warned the battle was just beginning Boston Australia the health minister there Greg hunt said there were positive early signs that the growth in the number of new cases in the country was starting to slow
No sight of French deal on pensions as unions hold out
"The French government in labor unions appeared far from reaching any compromise deal in talks over a plan pension overhaul with strikes and protests grinding on prime minister Eduard Philippe met all major unions and employers associations for negotiations of focus on two key issues the retirement age in the financing of the new pension system all unions reject the government's plan to raise the eligibility age for full pensions from sixty two to sixty four hard left workers unions want the pensions overall plan to be scrapped entirely responded Germany
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"Philippe Navidad a is not unlike merry Christmas is that's an old true right dog whistle to is is fully from having to add an old white dog whistle for a tie up for the Wall Mexico I'd I'd and anyway we've been following the NORAD impeachment track of following the Noranda tracking the articles of impeachment as they make their way the seventy three feet from Nancy Pelosi's office in the house to Mitch McConnell's office in the Senate then now apparently for the jungles of New Guinea them apparently in tandem I believe in New Guinea whether being found by an aged Japanese soldier hold up that he doesn't know the the war is over any stunned he's absolutely stunned to read that to family President Roosevelt has been impeached in a in is twenty nine it's time so it's a it's shocking that with that getting that we might get them we may get the man we may get them actually all the way to McConnell's office by tomorrow morning to be in his stocking let's go to Joe in Columbus New Jersey Joe you all live on America's number one radio show this Christmas save Hey mark how are you I'm doing good merry Christmas to you merry Christmas to you and what's this awful guest post stop your USDA cried my friends owl now now you make it sound like I've been branded and certified I have I you're becoming more more American institution trust will not work well I'm not yet federally certified and I resent that a black eye I resent that it like I should you look for those mock eggs no where will buy boldly what's on your mind today Joe thanks mark if you can entertain a boat when is this the way become an obstruction of justice on miss Nancy Pelosi's part and war and obstruction of Congress number one number two how many times can our everyday run of the mill Democrat voters all praise soccer to free stop and I'm going back to the first Obama collection and a lot of it was on the TV a few times they argue this young African American mother I think she was out of Atlanta Georgia exit poll who would you vote for I voted for Obama why he's going to put a car my garage is going to put food on my table is gonna put my kids through college right how many flights you got to be a soccer that stuff not to see it come to fruition what is the point of that ad Joe is the Democrats want to expand that constituency if you take the fat the old line they attribute it to Churchill in a bunch of other people hi if you're not a liberal it twenty you have no heart if you're not a conservative that forty you have no head the leftist kept moving that the age of twenty things so that we now have generations of people who stay in school told you know good grades nineteen great twenty they come out with a well for this degree they've got six figure college that they're living in that parents home traipsing up says every night that pushing thirty and they going to sleep in the same bedroom where they had their little teddy bear why wouldn't they full for the free stuffs line because they're still thinking like children what makes you stop what makes you stop thinking like children is when you do the grown up stuff when you get a mortgage when you marry when you raise a family and all that is getting late translate from nature which means that you have more and more people of voting age to think like children John but you know what it's like mark and I know they're too young to even know that occurred that why that problem but like it's like a brown and Lucy she set the football up from the kick and pulls it back how many times you know how can that happen before you just only to try to kick a football anymore yeah and and and the onset of the grass in the cartoon is that people will fall for that open up and I want to make sure I get you well the point Joe right now we are in what the coal failures or prosecute you if you see if you bring a case you have to prosecute a case Adam Schiff a Nancy Pelosi brought a case and then now saying they're not going to prosecute so if we were in a real court house as opposed to this politicize nonsense then you would go to and say they've they've they're not even agreeing to a trial date and all of us right so we moved to dismiss on the grounds of failure to prosecute and that eventually will be it should be what what happens because it's a joke we are up against the clock but I wish you a merry Christmas thank you for those two fine questions are will close it out in just a moment your listening to the EIB network here.