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"pyrrhus" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

07:07 min | Last month

"pyrrhus" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"And he has been featured on every possible media you can think of. Tim is a returning champion in that he's been on the show. I think he might. He might hold the joint record of this is his third appearance. Not usual. But you know, every time he comes back, what he brings is enormous amounts of value. And you know, in this new book of his, which we were talking about when we've been talking a lot about in part one, this book here, a new kind of diversity. We've been talking in the first part of the show, by the way, if you didn't catch the first bar, going back and listening, I promise you there's a lot of value in there. You know, we talked about this generational idea we've all been taught about diversity, the diversity, gender diversity, ethnic, what's the word? And the diversity and ethnicity, sorry, little cranial flatulence there. So we've got all these different kinds of diversity, but you know, we were talking about how the every one of those ethnic groups or any one of those gender groups is kind of like it becomes a click. And we have to break through those. We got to build bridges, not walls. And we were talking a lot about how to do that. And we're talking about how if we don't do that, we lose out and in part one, Tim gave us a great example about a young man who worked for a paint company, a very famous paint company who took on his own idea, created a million plus followers on TikTok and then got fired instead of being applauded. Yeah, and promoted the company obviously lost out in maybe don't even realize or didn't even realize it. So we talked about all those kinds of things. Now we want to sort of bring it back because I want to talk about, how do we bridge that gap? How do we have those conversations because I mean, let's, let's be clear, leadership has changed at a skills level social skills level and morphed vastly over the last 40 years. Leading a team today is vastly different than it was before. And we had talked about in the first half that you've got to be able to have conversations with people who are diverse from you, whether that is cognitively diverse or any other kind of diverse. So let's talk about how do we start some of those conversations. I know you've got this idea of metaphors or images that create conversations, help us out. Yeah. One of the chapters in this book, a new kind of diversity. I talk about 6 conversations that I believe will work because they have worked. So these images that dove just mentioned are habitudes. We call them habitudes, images that form leadership habits and attitudes. We really do believe pictures are worth a thousand words. So you launch with an image, you don't have to use a PowerPoint screen, but one of the images is one that I've talked about. I think I mentioned it even before on this show job. It's called chess and checkers. And it's basically built off of this premise. When I play the game of checkers, I pretty much treat all my pieces alike. They're the same color, they're the same shape, the same size. They move alike. I treat them all like. When I play the game of chess, I have to know what each piece can do. A bishop is different than a knife and a rook than a pond, and that a king and a queen only in no strength to each piece can I win? I think mediocre leaders play checkers with her people. Treat them all alike, and they get average performance. Great leaders do the work. Chess is more work than checkers to find the knights and the rooks and the bishops. And they connect with others at the uniqueness of their strength and their personality. And those people flourish under the leadership. So the conversation is, you know, are we playing chess or checkers here? And if we are, what are your superpowers? What makes you at night? What makes you a queen, et cetera? So I'm being cheesy here for the sake of time. But it makes sense. Yeah, it does for us. It's helped us immensely. Another big one is pyrrhic victory. Now here's victory pyrrhic victory. It's named after king pyrrhus, an ancient Greek king from centuries ago. The term pyrrhic victory is actually in the dictionary. We just turned it into a habitude. So here's the story behind pyrrhic victory. King at the ancient Greeks were fighting the ancient Romans, and it was 40,000 Greeks versus 40,000 Romans. Just pounding it out. Pyrrhus, king pierce eventually brings an elephant, they bash through the wall, and they finally win the battle of asculum. However, when the king is overseeing the he surveying the results of the battle, dead bodies broken swords and shields and so forth. One of his captains comes up and says, congratulations, king Paris on your victory. His response was one more such victory, and I shall be lost. Now, we all know what he was saying there. I may have won a battle, but I think I just lost more than I gained. Doesn't this happen intergenerational conversations? A listeners, if you got a teenage son or daughter, have we not won pyrrhic victories. We won the argument. We lost the child. We just, we just lost them at the heart level. This can happen with young and old teammates at work. So we need to make sure we're not winning pyrrhic victories. We need to ask ourselves questions like, what do I hope to win by winning this argument? And I think the ego question, dove, is why? Do I want to win so bad? Why would I put so much stock in this silly issue that is not, I'll tell you a good example that I think people would appreciate. I have a dear friend that said, Tim, I read your pyrrhic victory. He said, I just want to puritan victory on the phone. One of our customers called us and said the shipment had not arrived on time. And I argued that we sent it on time, and we went back and forth on who, you know, on time, not on time. He said, I was so vehement on winning the argument that we sent it out on time, and I had the number, the tracking number. Finally, the costs were said, all right, thanks, bye. She hung up the phone. He felt good about winning the argument. He just lost a, it was not short of a $1 million customer. Because his ego got in the way, and he was more intent on. He should have said, we saw it on time, but that's not the issue. We need to get something to you. You know what I'm saying? So number two, let me do at least one other. What do you do? I just want everybody to just pause for a minute.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

08:07 min | Last month

"pyrrhus" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"I was on the verge of, well, I must admit, I'm in the process of speaking to some of those tool children. I mean, these children are sustained. They're not young children. Really? I'm going to get a group together. And I am certainly going to make some sort of, I'm going to arrange a time with statements written statements and witnesses and take it to the headmaster. Because that's tough can be so damaging to someone of an EH but to attain a life that is so fragile. I think that I think they're everything, but they're just so fragile, aren't they? Oh, look, and we want them to say it's good. We want them to continue to learn learning. But some of these teachers, I think, should have been retired. I think because we're so to give them maybe an excuse. We're so short on teachers. We've got teachers, look, I'm not saying that because they are older that they have done their time. But I think they've lived in a different age and to have teachers in their 60s and 70s. At school. 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So I put up the question. Well, yeah. And then you know, let me know. I think. I'm measuring just one. So you have a mounted to something. Wow. Did that stick in your head for a while? I just didn't understand and there was about 53 and I didn't last year. Man, and you were private enough to put your hand up and admit you didn't understand it and to be pushed back like that. That's just appalling, isn't it? Keep up, just go. All year after this. And I'll see you guys back in. And he said, oh, just a year. We can go home. So that's a different. That's a great story, not what the teacher told you, but you've overcome that Jocelyn. Thanks for giving us a call. Coming up to what's a time on the new clock three and a half to 11. We will continue after 11 o'clock as a side came to talk about the emissions trading scheme doctor rod Carr from the climate change commission good on them. He says it's a croc and I couldn't agree with them more and

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:48 min | 2 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Right So this is a Ukrainian plant that's been occupied by Russia since March, but Ukrainians continue to operate it, and it's been supplying power to both Russian and Ukrainian held territory. The current situation really started in August, there was this big uptick in shelling, both sides blame each other for that. But at the start of this month, that shelling led the last main power line connecting the plant to the grid to go down in about four days after that. A backup line went down. That means the entire plant has been cut off from the electricity grid for about four days, and that's not good because nuclear plants need power. And explain why that is. Right, so these plants obviously produce electricity, but they also require it to operate all their safety systems and most importantly, they're cooling systems. Pumps to keep water moving through the cores and keep them from overheating, need to keep running if they stop, a meltdown is possible. God, okay, but you said that they've been without power from the grid for four days now. Do we know how they've been keeping the plant safe during that time? Yeah, interestingly, this type of reactor is able to run in something called islanding islanding operation mode. That basically means that they keep the reactor on or keep one of the reactors on. But turn it way down so it's not producing a lot of power. It's a pretty cool trick and it can power the rest of the plant, but it can't go on forever because the other equipment just isn't designed to run at low power like this. And grossi also says the workers are a factor. They live in a nearby town that's lost power, water, and sewage. He's concerned that the staff will have to leave for their own safety. And that's another reason that the plants Ukrainian owners are discussing whether to shut it down. So if they do shut down the last reactor at the plant, does that mean this crisis will be over? So unfortunately not. And actually makes things a little bit worse in the short term. I mean, if you think of a nuclear plant like cooking on a stove, you might think it's like a stove you can turn down the stove and it just turns off. It's actually more like cooking on charcoal. So even when you're done, those coals stay hot. And that means water needs to keep going to the course. I spoke to a nuclear engineer named Steve nesbitt with the American nuclear society. He says, all plants are prepared for this kind of emergency. They have backup generators to keep the water pumping. We don't want to go on the diesel generators, but it's a situation you can abide by for a while. And in the case of separation, the IAEA says they normally have about ten days of fuel on site, but it might be a little less because we know they've had to run those generators a little bit. Okay, so if they shut the reactor down, the clock starts ticking, they'll need to get more fuel to the site for those generators. I don't want to speculate too much here, but what would be the worst case scenario at that point? Well, the worst case scenario is the reactors, the generators run out of fuel, the reactors heat up and there might be a meltdown. But just before we go, I want to say this won't be a Chernobyl like crisis. These are much newer reactors, they're safer, they have containment buildings that could potentially help. It doesn't want to test any of this stuff. And for that reason, they're calling on all sides to cut it out, knock it off right now. That is Ampere's Jeff brumfield. Thank you so much, Jeff. Thank you. Everyone knew Britain's Queen Elizabeth was likely to die soon. She was 96, yet for many, it's still a shock. And pyrrhus Philip Reeves filed this report from the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, where the queen is expected to lie at rest in the coming days. It's hard to grasp the

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Lance lucky in New York. Also this hour residents of Kyiv are marking the anniversary of Ukrainian independence, even as the country remains at war with Russia. Plus early voting has ended in New York in primaries for congressional and state Senate seats, we'll hear from early voters, and if you didn't make it out, you'll just have to vote on primary day Tuesday. Our news headlines are coming up. Live from NPR news, I'm Janine herbst. Another U.S. lawmaker is in Taiwan this time, it's the governor of Indiana. Eric holcomb arrived in Taipei today as part of a string of high profile U.S. government visits to the self governed island, and piers Emily fang has more. Holcomb says he will meet with Taiwan's president tying win then head to South Korea for more meetings. Holcomb's visit follows House speaker Nancy Pelosi's tour earlier this month followed by a second congressional delegation last week. China has been infuriated by these closer U.S. Taiwan ties and is mounted sporadic military drills around the island. China's ambassador to the U.S. called these visits a quote political provocation. And pyrrhus Emily fang reporting. Ukrainians are gearing up to mark not only 6 months since Russia launched its full scale invasion of the country, but also 31 years of independence from the Soviet Union. Both occasions fall on Wednesday this week. From Kyiv NPR's Julian hadar reports, Ukraine's government is marking the dual events in a unique way. At first glance, the carnival atmosphere in central Kyiv, hundreds of miles from the front lines of fighting would not seem out of place on a sunny weekend. Thousands of pedestrians stroll on the main boulevard, some sipping lattes or licking ice cream. What stands out is the Ukrainian

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WTOP

"Come with CarPlay install. This morning, double DT will be car guy Mike pyrrhus on whether most carmakers are on board with this. Apple and the Android version are basically an all new cars now, Toyota was one of the last manufacturers to kind of jump on the bandwagon to get in there. A lot of that due to some concerns about where the data is being seen and stuff, but they're finally in there now. And so yeah, it's very much expanded and it's the capability, even in the new Jeep, I'm just driving is a lot more than it was just a couple of months ago. So this may be marketing spin, but apple also says 8 out of ten buyers would only buy a car if it's a parts car plays that true mic? I think if you're under 50 yes, it's probably going to be something that's very important to you because you're pretty much on the phone 24/7 and what's better way to take it to the last place where you really couldn't use it is in the car because you can use it and never have to look at that with the phone, you're using your voice to do a lot of the transactions that you want to do. So yeah, it's very nice to have. But if you're over 50, you probably don't really care about it. You might have a smartphone, you just don't necessarily care about integrating it that extensively. We know some carmakers are much better than others when it comes to navigation maps and graphics. Do you think it's a good thing to have your iPhone take over your car's dashboard and display in this way? Yeah, some manufacturers you have to update your maps. You have to go to the dealership update your maps, get a new DVD, it costs money, where this is pretty much always updating. And it's with the cost of your phone and you're not paying anymore after that. Okay, Mike, double question, number one, what if you don't use an iPhone and two, what are the privacy issues involved here? Well, the privacy issues are could be a lot and manufacturers are not willing to share all this information. They get between you the consumer and between the manufacturer and with the expanded capabilities of the new app, they're going to have to see this. So it's almost like a third party is going to see a lot of the information, say you put a navigation to go home, you go to the store, it's going to see that. It's going to know that. And Android also is maybe not quite as up to date, but it's pretty close. And so if you have an Android phone, you use the Android auto and you're pretty much almost the same capabilities you get with the Apple. Now, we know you don't get on your smartphone very often without being asked to buy something, look at something, everything is monetized. So I can't help but think that little trip to school to pick up your kids, sponsored by AT&T or Dick's Sporting Goods or something. I mean, is that where we're headed? I think that would not be hard to see in the future, especially for expanded revenue. And the manufacturers are going to be kind of put out of the way with their systems with Apple and Android kind of taking over all the stuff that they used to do. Talking with Hillary and Dmitri, that's double DTO P car guy, Mike parris, find his car reviews at our website and click away every Monday. You are listening to one O 3.5 FM

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WTOP

"Come with CarPlay installed. This morning, double DT of car guy, Mike pyrrhus, on whether most carmakers are on board with this. Apple and the Android version are basically an all new cars now, Toyota was one of the last manufacturers to kind of jump on the bandwagon to get in there. A lot of that due to some concerns about where the data is being seen and stuff, but they're finally in there now. And so yeah, it's very much expanded and it's the capability, even in the new Jeep, I'm just driving is a lot more than it was just a couple of months ago. So this may be marketing spin, but apple also says 8 out of ten buyers would only be buy a car if it's a parts car plays that true mic? I think if you're under 50 yes, it's probably going to be something that's very important to you because you're pretty much on the phone 24/7 and what's better way to take it to the last place where you really couldn't use it is in the car because you can use it and never have to look at that with the phone. You're using your voice to do a lot of the transactions that you want to do. So yeah, it's very nice to have, but if you're over 50, you probably don't really care about it. You might have a smartphone, you just don't necessarily care about integrating it that extensively. We know some carmakers are much better than others when it comes to navigation maps and graphics. Do you think it's a good thing to have your iPhone take over your car's dashboard and display in this way? Yeah, some manufacturers, you have to update your maps, you have to go to the dealership, update your maps, get a new DVD, it costs money, where this is pretty much always updating. And it's with the cost of your phone and you're not paying anymore after that. Okay, Mike, double question. Number one, what if you don't use an iPhone and two, what are the privacy issues involved here? Well, the privacy issues are could be a lot and manufacturers are not willing to share all this information. They get between you, the consumer, and between the manufacturer and with the expanded capabilities of the new app, they're going to have to see this. So it's almost like a third party is going to see a lot of the information. You say you put a navigation to go home, you go to the store, it's going to see that. It's going to know that. And Android also is maybe not quite as up to date, but it's pretty close. And so if you have an Android phone, you use the Android auto and you're pretty much almost the same capabilities you got with the Apple. Now, we know you don't get on your smartphone very often without being asked to buy something, look at something, everything is monetized. So I can't help but think that little trip to school to pick up your kids sponsored by AT&T or Dick's Sporting Goods or something. I mean, is that where we're headed? I think that would not be hard to see in the future, especially for expanded

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:26 min | 5 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Which I get, you know, I looked up his catch and shoot and spot up numbers and they're not overwhelmingly good, but he's a really dynamic defensive prospect who, to me, is like kind of a Jeremy so hand light in this draft can guard multiple positions, averaged nearly two steals per game, so he's like a true defensive playmaker. Shot 36% from three last season, which is pretty good. I don't know if that's necessarily something that you can project as sustainable, but I think there's a reason for optimism there. There's kind of some shades of Herbert Jones to me with tardis because Herbert Jones coming out like the shooting and the offense. I think was the big question, but there is no doubt that he was a next level of defensive prospect. That's kind of in the same boat with tardy ease and so yeah, 28, I think he can return a lot of value as a defensive prospect and hope over time that his three point shot his shooting will eventually come around. At 29, grizzlies taking Christian Brown. Out of Kansas. 6 6 athlete, who shot a good percentage from three. I know it wasn't, you know, 45%, a little below 40, actually, but I think he's a capable shooter who's got nice size, 6 foot 6. It was great in transition. And just looks like a guy who is going to be able to guard multiple positions in the NBA and, you know, hit open jumpers, come off screens and knock down shots. Like, I'm a believer in these types of guys. To me, that's one of the real. Strengths of this draft is like 6 5 6 6 6 7 wings that are good enough athletes and good enough shooters to play meaningful roles in the NBA. And I put Christian Brown in that group. And if he is as good of a trash talker as norlander suggests, I can't wait for him to be quote tweeting John morant and aiming it at draymond green. I believe that was Boone that was attaching that to Christian Brown. Okay. There you go. I do wish she would do something about his name. That is not Brown. That's brawn. It's tough. It's just not Brown, all right? All right, well, listen. You can't just surprise you and pick them at this point then. There's a real grudge that seems to be developing. You can't spell your name a certain way and just decide. I think that's how it works actually. I think just a side, we're not going to pronounce it that way. Unless your name is spelled, KO, CK, BU RN. You mean you even God? Unless it's COC, BU RN, then you can pronounce that however you want. I give you a pass. If you want to call yourself coburn instead of cockburn, I totally get that. Nobody needs to go through life being called cockburn. But that's brawn. You can't just say, no, that spells Brown. If you're willing to say that spells Brown, what's to stop you from saying it spells yellow. At some point, his last name is kind of a finished product, which I might be out on at this point. Refuses to believe it's a finished product. He thinks he can make the change. Who was the football player? It was Steve. Joe's Joe thyssen was pronounced. These men and then he changed it to thighs man because it rhymed with Heisman. You know, where Joe theismann lives? Washington. No, right here in Memphis, Tennessee. Oh, really? Yeah. Thank you, Mary to Memphis girl. He's my neighbor, practically. We talked about the Kansas Jayhawks minimum. I mean, how many who knows how many episodes we do in a season? Three a week on average, 5 months. I mean, we talked about Kansas minimally like 30 times. Not once. Did Paris bring up this issue with Christian Brown. And here, you know, 54 hours before the guy is going to have his life changed forever and get drafted at some point. Brings out the knives. I guess I'm thankful you didn't bring this up in the middle of February. What if you my name was spelga and you were like, Gary Parrish, and I was like, oh, no, no, no, it's Gary pyrrhus. I'd respect it. Dude. It spelled Braun. Would you have an issue with Kyle bone? It's exactly a perfect one. Like, yeah, my name's Kyle bone. Your name's a cow bone. Get rid of one of those O's if you want to be Cal bone. Your cow boom. You can't put all those. You can not just decide your name is pronounced a way that it's so obviously isn't spelled. That's outrageous behavior. It's actually Bonet. It's French. My wife's maiden name is Rus. She's always gone by Rus. I'll give you a quick, totally off the subject story, but it's sort of the same thing. So all of a sudden was diagnosed with diabetes insipidus when he was a baby. Which sounds awful, but it's really not. He just drinks a lot of water and urinates a lot more than a normal person's diabetes, but yeah, whatever. The south, it's diabetes. In the south, you get diabetes. I was referencing the commercial. And it continue. Okay. So they say, well, this is either something that's caused possibly by a brain tumor. Oh no. Or it's genetic. And they were like, it's really big in the French Canadian communities. Like the research center is maybe in Montreal. I could be making some of this up. So they were like, we need to go through your family history. And so they're like, what's your name as a Gary Parrish? Father's name, go through all the grandparent stains, whatever. They go to my wife and they say, what's your name? And she said, Kelly Parrish, maiden name. Kelly roose, can you spell it? Rousseau? She's like, my dad's from Arkansas. We've always been the ruses, but and they were like, well, that's it. You have a French Canadian name, russet, and that's why your kid has diabetes insipidus. But she never even knew that because she pronounced it Rus her entire life..

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Katie McKay. Right. To let Katie mccabe stick on guru item because Katie mccabe was kind of split between two players at that point. The problem is Katie mccabe then steps away to the runner. Kim little steps away to the runner as well and it kind of just all opens up in front of guerrilla. Do you know I hesitate to use comparisons to the men's game? I want to use a consistent arsenal comparison. The goal is know that the Henri goal on the Henri de co run for pyrrhus against Leverkusen in the champ is the when you just want to make the 70 odd thing and you just see that track open up. And you don't understand why the track is there until you see the overlap. Yeah, but then guru writing has so much time that she's essentially cutting on her right what you would usually use your right foot to go in the far corner. But she can go across to keep right, yeah, but she has enough time to reshape her body to her favorite left foot and curl it away from zinsberger into the far corner. It's a really, really beautiful goal. And it should also never have happened. Exactly. Gorgeous finish, but for the Porter traveled that distance in the air from that range. There's been a systemic failure, great point. Oh man, beautiful things that should never have happened. Yes. That should be the Stadio byline. Chart of quite a beautiful thing, but anyway. I think I should have satisfied. Well, it's a self glow up. Listen, if we don't love ourselves, we will listen. We love ourselves first. But then the second goal, I think I would say this was less a systemic breakdown as opposed to a couple of individual failures so you see.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:20 min | 8 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And amazing classroom and amazing space to be here Mato says students will produce work if you reach them where they are and take notes on what their interested in Whether that's music shoes or sports This one being one of my biggest accomplishments a lot of teachers say how many people get 90% of these kids pass have them you know coming from broken homes and this and that I said hey you know it's been time to get into those Let's go Okay okay okay I'm in the physical time to pray I'm graduation every day so I can live for another way Some of Mayfield's videos have thousands of views and he's been featured on national television Songs about black history month and little girl magic have helped students build confidence that will carry them far beyond elementary school Those types of Staples interject into the student's mind and psyche that they can do whatever they want to do And they don't have to have and I use this quote a lot Your dreams don't have to be from broken dreams Your dreams are your dreams So if drains before you may have been broken you were going to be broken He preaches hard work turns into hard work before you know it The next thing on his list is an upcoming music video about students having goals NPR news April is national poetry month and if poetry is near thing don't worry a lot of people are with you on that But if you want to give poetry a shot and it just seems too dense or hard to appreciate NPR's life kit has some tips for you Here's NPR's Andrew Limbaugh with that You probably don't need an official month to get you to pick up a book or listen to music But I promise you poetry can offer you the same rush of feelings It's visceral to me and I can't explain always what it is that gives me that feeling it's just that when I have it it's the only thing that matters That's for any Choi poet and co host of the poetry podcast versus as in VSD abbreviation by the way And she says a love of poetry comes not from your head but from your gut which is our first bit of advice when it comes to appreciating poetry Try and forget how you learned it in school Most commonly people are taught that the way to engage with the poem is by parsing it by trying to understand it and master it and be able to write an essay about it And I think that keeps us from really developing personal relationships to poetry Sure learning about similes and meter and form has its place but it's not like you have to know a thing about cinematography to appreciate a movie right Which brings us to our next tips which are one read the poem out loud and then to visualize the poem Poet and UCLA professor Harriet mullin says think of the poem you're reading like a movie you're directing What colors would you use What kind of setting would there be Can you imagine the speaker is the speaker seemed to be male or female or both or neither or indeterminate What might the speaker be wearing I asked them if I could try this out on one of her poems If that works We'll see So it's called still waiting and then it says four Alison SAAR Please approach with care these figures in black regard with care the weight vapor the scars that mark their hearts Do you think you can handle these bodies of graphite and coal dust This color might rub off a drop of this red liquid could stain your skin This black powder could blow you sky high No ordinary pigments black in our blues would you mop the floor with this bucket of blood Would you rinse your soiled laundry in this basin of tears Would you suckle hot milk from this cracked vessel Would you be baptized in this fountain of funky sweat Please approach with care These bodies are still waiting to be touched We invite you to come closer We permit you to touch and be touched We hope you will engage with care Nicely done That's very nervous I told her what I saw all the things that I saw someone dressed in dirty dusty coveralls making a speech at an auditorium or something It didn't match her intention when writing the poem but that's okay because our last tip is there are no wrong answers Trust yourself as much as you trust the poet This is so wonderful because when I write something I know what I'm thinking when I'm writing it and what is so interesting to me and what I'm always curious about is how does the reader experience that Because obviously it's going to be different because the reader was not right with me when I wrote it and you know even if I tell you exactly what I thought and where I was and all of that it's still going to be a different poem for you for any reader And hopefully with some of this advice in mind you'll be one of those readers Andrew limbong and pyrrhus And now that we have a better sense of how to read poetry let's talk about writing it Every April to celebrate national poetry month we ask you for your original poems which you post on Twitter with the hashtag NPR poetry This year like last we're adding TikTok to the mix And to help kick things off this year we're joined by Donovan Beck his poems have gotten millions of views on TikTok.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Andrew limbo and pyrrhus Support for all tech considered comes from pecom a tool for HR and payroll designed for productivity allowing employees to perform their HR and payroll tasks in a single software Learn more at pay calm dot com slash radio And from C three AI C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems C three AI is enterprise AI Amplifying Atlanta this is 90.1 I'm Jim burris Atlanta based Delta Air Lines and Georgia's U.S. delegation to Congress certain members of it are celebrating black excellence in the field of aviation this week Congresswoman nikema Williams and senator John ossoff and representative Lucy mcbath have introduced resolutions to designate February 16th as international black aviation professionals day Behind that push one of delta's first black flight attendants Casey grant who served the company for 35 years coming up in 15 minutes a conversation Support for WAB comes from the Atlanta opera presenting rossini's the barber of Seville at the Cobb energy performing arts center Tickets for March 5th through the 13th are available at Atlanta opera dot org and from Emory university's goyu sweater business school in its top ranked full-time NBA programs You can apply to Emory's accelerated one year MBA or traditional two year MBA by March 16th Scholarship still available More at Emory dot biz slash change Hey it's Peter sagal The last time.

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The workforce And later the hosts of the new pop culture podcast like a virgin They tell me just how much they think pop culture really matters Why was I in high school like learning about trigonometry when I should have learned about Janet Jackson You know what I mean Yeah We discussed the new Lady Gaga film House of Gucci A movie the actual Gucci family has announced They were just kind of like no our family was not that ugly No our family was not that This is so embarrassing and we're like yeah your family's embarrassing That's why they made a movie about it More news you may have missed after these headlines Live from NPR news I'm dear Wheelman James and Jennifer crumley entered not guilty pleas today for each of the four invalid involuntary manslaughter charges they now face The Kremlin said the parents of the Michigan team charged with killing four students at Oxford high school this week Oakland county sheriff Michael Bouchard says the parents were found hiding in a commercial building after police received a tip We have enough early indications that clearly somebody helped them into that location and made it available to them And it was after it was publicly announced that there were warrants for them Bashar says whoever helped them may also be facing charges The CDC continues to report an upswing in coronavirus infections with more than 138,000 in the latest daily report Most are said to be from the delta variant But Blake farmer remember members station and reports that health experts warn that lower vaccination rates across the south may make that region more susceptible to a surge from the omicron variants COVID vaccinations have pretty well stalled out in several southern states around 50% and many Republican political leaders have backed off their encouragement to get protected Doctor Wendell and epidemiologist at Tennessee state university says elected officials need to understand that remaining unvaccinated is as risky as ever with the omicron variant arriving We need to let them know that now that if we can educate them then we're no longer dropping the ball they are Inman says her biggest concern is for communities with low vaccination rates They'll no longer be protected by other public health measures like mask mandates which have been all but forbidden in some conservative led states Friend pyrrhus I'm Blake farmer in Nashville Several European countries are considering how to resume a diplomatic presence in Afghanistan without recognizing the Taliban as legitimate government French president Emmanuel Macron announced the effort today while on a visit to the Middle East Terry Schultz has more The European Union has long said it believes at least a minimal diplomatic presence in Kabul is necessary but that it will not grant political legitimacy to the Taliban Now president Mahmoud says countries may soon open up a joint diplomatic mission in Afghanistan possibly in a common location that would allow their ambassadors to return to the country He says the security situation remains to be worked out Many of Afghanistan's Taliban rulers are under U.S. and UN sanctions Most countries refuse to release financial assistance to the militants as long as they maintain repressive policies against women and minorities and reject political and ethnic diversity in the government For NPR news I'm Terry Schultz and Brussels Quarterback rocky Lombardi ran for three touchdowns and Jake ducker ran for 146 yards to push northern Illinois to a 41 to 23 win over Kent State in the mid American conference title game 9th ranked Baylor meanwhile defeated number 5 Oklahoma state 21 to 16 in the big 12 championship underway now as Cincinnati and Houston the ACC Georgian Alabama in the SEC You're listening to NPR news You're listening to WNYC Good evening on my own Levinson New Jersey is reporting his first detected case of the omo con variant governor Phil Murphy's office says the variant was detected in a Georgia resident who had traveled to the garden state and had recently traveled to South Africa The governor's office says the woman is fully vaccinated and tested positive on November 28th She experienced moderate symptoms and is now recovering after receiving care in a north Jersey emergency room And New York has announced three more cases bringing to 8 the number of state cases linked to the new variant Governor hokus said today that the cases appear to be unrelated 7 of them have been found in New York City and one in Suffolk county the number of people testing positive statewide each day for the coronavirus has doubled in the last 30 days chiefly driven by the delta variant Local in recent days is authorized the health department to limit elective surgeries at nearly full hospitals and deployed National Guard teams to help with the staffing New York senator Kirsten gillibrand is calling on Congress to expand access to food assistance for low income college students typically college students must work at least 20 hours a week or participate in a work study program in order to qualify for the supplemental supplemental nutrition assistance program Gillibrand says the rules for students to make hard decisions Students.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pyrrhus Theo Coleman is the director of prison after care network This is a short conversation we'll have this morning Theo but we've been having a number of them and we want to talk to the folks from the Salvation army before we ask you to give we want you to know where your money goes So we were talking about a nutrition program last week Of course it's for toys It's for groceries It's also well you tell us What is it that you do feel for the Salvation army Welcome to the show Well thank you so much It's so good to be on the show with you once again I hate I couldn't get down there to see you this time but on the phone will suffice I am the director of prison aftercare network The prison after care network is sort of a dual program we are referral group for organizations we meet once a month And when we discuss different people that are doing prison reentry reform and encouraging people that are reentering society the organizations come together and see okay someone may be doing housing better Someone may be doing another need better so we network that way The other mold that we're in with prison aftercare network is we also provide support groups for men and women that are reentering society Today I'm here at the adult rehabilitation center We gather in groups and discuss what are our next best steps when coming out of facilities What do we want to do different from last time to stop recipient Do you find Theo that the gentleman I presume mostly men Maybe you work with women too The people coming out of this system do they are they motivated to not repeat their past actions or are they got a chip on the shoulder Maybe they even want vengeance they're angry and they're going to go right back at it What's the attitude coming out The most that I've encountered are men and women that are motivated to change Of course you have the few and in between where their case or their situation seems something that that want to be vindicated from or but not many I'm not found that at all mostly motivated men and women to do something different It's like so many of the things the Salvation army does We're so glad there's someone there to do that and I don't want to do it I don't have the skills I don't have the time And I don't even know if I have the disposition and yet there you guys are in the trenches doing that hard work and we're all the beneficiaries of it I mean let's not send people to jail have them come out and they've got nothing to land on So I'm really glad your program exists Theo Thank you so much So many men and women are suffering from housing sorts when they're coming out technology has changed depending on how much time they've done And in this COVID world a lot of things are digital So we have different volunteers that help in computer rooms And also deal with addictions counseling education and we do it all in small groups Does your program exist a prison after care network at the prisons or do you do it at Salvation army facilities Right now because of COVID we haven't been able to go back in yet but we have we were going into prisons Now I am just at some of the facilities of federal facility on the west side of Chicago on their own Tuesday Monday here at the ARC and also on Thursday I'm on the west side So just in different locations outside of prison right now All right so if you're saying well when I give to the Salvation army what does it mean Food toy shelter yeah How about a program like this Theo Coleman is the director of prison after care network for the Salvation army Maybe we'll get you into the studio before the end of the year We're going to raise some funds for the army and help you guys out Theo Thank you for doing what you're doing I would love that my friend Thank you They are doing the most good at the Salvation army My virtual kettle is already there Just go to WGN radio dot com and you'll see a picture of producer Ali You'll see a picture of me we're standing side by side ring in the bell click there with your credit card and away they go Zach.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Pyrrhus Theo Coleman is the director of prison after care network This is a short conversation we'll have this morning Theo but we've been having a number of them and we want to talk to the folks from the Salvation army before we ask you to give we want you to know where your money goes so we were talking about a nutrition program last week Of course it's for toys It's for groceries It's also well you tell us What is it that you do feel for the Salvation army Welcome to the show Well thank you so much It's so good to be on the show with you once again I hate I couldn't get down there to see you this time but on the phone will suffice I am the director of prison after care network The prison aftercare network is sort of a dual program We are referral group for organizations we meet once a month and when we discuss different people that are doing prison reentry reform and encouraging people that are reentering society the organizations come together and see okay someone may be doing housing better Someone may be doing another need better so we networked that way The other mold that we're in with prison aftercare network is we also provide support groups for men and women that are reentering society today I'm here at the adult rehabilitation center We gather in groups and discuss what are our next best steps When coming out of facilities what do we want to do different from last time to stop recipient Do you find Theo that the gentleman I presume mostly men Maybe you work with women too the people coming out of the system do they are they motivated to not repeat their past actions or are they got a chip on the shoulder Maybe they even want vengeance they're angry and they're going to go right back at it What's the attitude coming out The most that I've encountered are men and women that are motivated to change Of course you have the few and in between where their case or their situation seems something that they want to be vindicated from or but not many I'm not found that at all mostly motivated men and women to do something different It's like so many of the things the Salvation army does We're so glad there's someone there to do that and I don't want to do it I don't have the skills I don't have the time And I don't even know if I have the disposition and yet there you guys are in the trenches doing that hard work and we're all the beneficiaries of it I mean let's not send people to jail have them come out and they've got nothing to land on So I'm really glad your program exists Theo Thank you so much So many men and women are suffering from housing sorts when they're coming out technology has changed depending on how much time they've done And in this COVID world a lot of things are digital So we have different volunteers that help in computer rooms And also deal with addictions counseling education and we do it all in small groups Does your program exist the prison after care network at the prisons or do you do it at Salvation army facilities Right now because of COVID we haven't been able to go back in yet but we were going into prisons Now I am just at some of the facilities of federal facility on the west side of Chicago on their own Tuesday Monday here at the ARC and also on Thursday on the west side So just in different locations outside of prison right now All right so if you're saying well when I give to the Salvation army what does it mean Food toy shelter yeah How about a program like this Theo Coleman is the director of prison after care network for the Salvation army Maybe we'll get you into the studio before the end of the year We're going to raise some funds for the army and help you guys out Theo Thank you for doing what you're doing I would love that my friend Thank you They are doing the most good at the Salvation army My virtual kettle is already there Just go to WGN radio dot com and you'll see a picture of producer aleph You'll see a picture of me We're standing side by side ring in the bell Click there with.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pyrrhus Theo Coleman is the director of prison after care network This is a short conversation we'll have this morning Theo but we've been having a number of them and we want to talk to the folks from the Salvation army before we ask you to give we want you to know where your money goes so we were talking about a nutrition program last week Of course it's for toys It's for groceries It's also well you tell us What is it that you do feel for the Salvation army Welcome to the show Well thank you so much It's so good to be on the show with you once again I hate I couldn't get down there to see you this time but on the phone will suffice I am the director of prison after care network The prison aftercare network is sort of a dual program We are referral group for organizations we meet once a month and when we discuss different people that are doing prison reentry reform and encouraging people that are reentering society the organizations come together and see okay someone may be doing housing better Someone may be doing another need better so we networked that way The other mold that we're in with prison aftercare network is we also provide support groups for men and women that are reentering society today I'm here at the adult rehabilitation center We gather in groups and discuss what are our next best steps When coming out of facilities what do we want to do different from last time to stop recipient Do you find Theo that the gentleman I presume mostly men Maybe you work with women too the people coming out of the system do they are they motivated to not repeat their past actions or are they got a chip on the shoulder Maybe they even want vengeance they're angry and they're going to go right back at it What's the attitude coming out The most that I've encountered are men and women that are motivated to change Of course you have the few and in between where their case or their situation seems something that they want to be vindicated from or but not many I'm not found that at all mostly motivated men and women to do something different It's like so many of the things the Salvation army does We're so glad there's someone there to do that and I don't want to do it I don't have the skills I don't have the time And I don't even know if I have the disposition and yet there you guys are in the trenches doing that hard work and we're all the beneficiaries of it I mean let's not send people to jail have them come out and they've got nothing to land on So I'm really glad your program exists Theo Thank you so much So many men and women are suffering from housing sorts when they're coming out technology has changed depending on how much time they've done And in this COVID world a lot of things are digital So we have different volunteers that help in computer rooms And also deal with addictions counseling education and we do it all in small groups Does your program exist the prison after care network at the prisons or do you do it at Salvation army facilities Right now because of COVID we haven't been able to go back in yet but we were going into prisons Now I am just at some of the facilities of federal facility on the west side of Chicago on their own Tuesday Monday here at the ARC and also on Thursday on the west side So just in different locations outside of prison right now All right so if you're saying well when I give to the Salvation army what does it mean Food toy shelter yeah How about a program like this Theo Coleman is the director of prison after care network for the Salvation army Maybe we'll get you into the studio before the end of the year We're going to raise some funds for the army and help you guys out Theo Thank you for doing what you're doing I would love that my friend Thank you They are doing the most good at the Salvation army My virtual kettle is already there Just go to WGN radio dot com and you'll see a picture of producer aleph You'll see a picture of me We're standing side by side ring in the bell Click there with.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To produce success with an incumbent We failed Now that's not all white people Black leaders are already talking about taking lessons from the successful campaign of incoming mayor whoo to improve their own political organizing and to increase black turnout in future races Some are also calling for a more coordinated strategy to coalesce behind a single black candidate to avoid splitting the vote as happened this year But others bristle at the idea of expecting a black candidate to drop out of a race because there are too many of them Civil rights activist Amari Paris Jeffreys is one who also feels grief that a black candidate didn't make the cut this year but while important symbolically and psychically he says a candidate's race should not be a determinant factor In this antiracist discourse I don't think we're going to find identical twins of our experience in order for them to even be able to empathize with me It is just not possible And so I think we have to start creating a larger tent and find common ground together It's a theme incoming mayor Wu has struck throughout her campaign and also well attending Janie's farewell address I have heard and want to continue acknowledging the disappointment of many in our community who wish to see represented from the black community and we will continue working to meet this moment to take on systemic racism and the barriers that have been perpetuated for far too long in Boston voters will be watching as will congresswoman ayanna Pressley who endorsed Wu in the final She earned by endorsement but she earned it because she is prepared to be honest about the disparate outcomes across every issue And I expect that the black community will hold her accountable for her part acting mayor Kim janey insists her short but historic term did push Boston forward as she approached every issue through a lens of racial equity as she put it Still there's a lot more work to do she says when it comes to all of our isms in Boston and around the country Tovia Smith and pyrrhus Boston This is NPR news At 6 19 this is listener supported WNYC later on morning edition A Colorado pharma converts a pastor into a solar farm and is pleasantly surprised when crops beneath the solar panels begin to thrive Peppers tomatoes squashes pumpkins kale.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Us and death to antifa That unite the right rally in 2017 ended in violence with the killing of Heather heyer In opening statements in the civil case last week against the organizers one defendant dropped racial slurs in referenced Adolf Hitler's mein kampf in a federal courtroom This week opening statements are also expected in the murder case against father and son Gregory and Travis mcmichael along with William roddy Byron The white men are accused of murdering ahmaud Arbery a black man jogging in the neighborhood Central to jury selection were questions on race from the defense as a sign of whether a juror could be impartial Do they believe the confederate flag is a racist symbol Do they support the Black Lives Matter movement Here's defense attorney Jason Sheffield posing a question to potential jurors Who here agrees that people of color are not treated fairly or equally in the criminal justice system The trial against Kyle rittenhouse is also underway He was 17 when he crossed state lines with a semi automatic weapon He was underage so it was not legal for him to have a gun And he shot and killed two people and wounded another at antiracist protests in Kenosha Wisconsin that erupted after a police officer shot a black man in the back repeatedly Rittenhouse is claiming self defense In that case the judge has already ruled the people rittenhouse killed and wounded can't be called victims Here's judge Bruce Schroeder in court The word victim is a loaded loaded word And I think alleged victim is a cousin to it While the victims here weren't black they were at protests in the defense of black lives says Ashley woodard Henderson Co executive director of the highlander research and education center in Tennessee and a leader in the movement for black lives She says watching the three cases unfold We're seeing the disproportionate impact on black lives It's saying whose lives matter and our valuable and whose are not We're seeing judges say that the prosecution can not call the folks that were murdered or that were injured by shootings at those folks can't be called victims but that the prosecution can call them arsonists Looters rioters et cetera Brandon busky is the director of the criminal law reform project at the American civil liberties union One of the main things that unites this when you look at the allegations is you know these are these are all defendants either in criminal cases or in the civil case in Charlottesville who have been accused of actions in service of trying to defend the legacy of white supremacy and white dominance in this country And I think that's one of the most striking things that links all of these trials He points to the white vigilantism in the killing of ahmaud Arbery and the folk hero status of rittenhouse who killed people He crossed state lines to a place he's not from arm to confront antiracist protesters and people crowdfunded to pay for his defense One of the other common threads that I think we need to pay attention to here is the complicity of law enforcement Now now obviously these were not cases of police directly shooting individual as what happened with the uprisings of the past number of summers not just with George Floyd References the concerns and allegations about law enforcement's complicity or willingness to ignore threats in each case The outcomes of these three court cases will be referendums on race and white supremacy in this country he says but the emboldening of white nationalists and white supremacist groups Those under currents are going to require a much broader social reckoning than what these trials can provide When he's watching for are the narratives being spun in court and what the jury's ultimately decide about who deserves to be punished Leila Fulton and pyrrhus You're listening to all things considered from NPR news At four 18 you're listening.

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"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"pyrrhus" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Is now turning to a largely conservative appeals court to reverse a decision that blocks the state's new law barring most abortions after 6 weeks before many people even know they're pregnant Here's NPR's Carrie Johnson Texas is headed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th circuit The state is asking that court to reverse a district judge who issued a preliminary injunction against a new law known as SB 8 Judge Robert pitman says the state deprived women of their constitutional right to abortion by developing an unprecedented scheme to allow bystanders to sue people who help women get abortions Attorney general Merrick Garland called the lower court decision of victory for women He pledged the Justice Department will continue to protect constitutional rights against all who would seek to undermine them Carrie Johnson and pyrrhus Washington Pfizer is seeking U.S. government approval for its COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11 Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech say their research shows younger children should get one third of the dose now given to older kids and adults one of the study participants 8 year old Sebastian says he was nervous to get the first shot but was proud to take part in the study It makes me very happy that I am helping other kids to get the vaccine and honestly if I have to get the shot again I would honestly I would Well kids are at lower risk of severe illness COVID-19 has killed at least 520 children so far If the Pfizer vaccine is approved by federal regulators it would expand vaccine availability to an estimated 28 million more children in the U.S. likely reducing school shutdowns and quarantines This is NPR From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim beris our time Miss four 32 the future of transportation in Atlanta was the main topic at a forum last night featuring three of the top 5 polling candidates for Atlanta mayor And mil Moffett has more Along with affordable housing and public safety transit continues to be among the most talked about issues that this mayor's race council member Antonio Brown says old ideas of how to move people around Atlanta just aren't working You need leadership that has a fresh perspective That's not caught up in the politics in the city Fellow councilman Andre Dickens says transportation is critical beyond just getting people to and from work It's about connecting people to where they need to get to for educational opportunities for health opportunities Council president Felicia Moore says the mayor plays a major role in which projects get priority You use that influence that you have and that bully pulpit and you scream loudly and you make sure you get the right people in place The three candidates at last night's forum were peppered with questions about the future of the bout line all three said adding light rail is a must Again Andre Dickens I am not satisfied with a large sidewalk that people enjoy walking on or cycling on but I am very interested in making sure that this 22 mile loop has rail on it Felicia Moore says light rail would add more affordable options for getting around the city We want the belt line to be that connective source And we want everyone along that belt line to be of a variety of income levels With an estimated price tag of two and a half $1 billion Antonio Brown says Atlanta should take advantage of federal infrastructure dollars to finally put rail on the belt line To ensure that we have the funds to sustain what is necessary and what this city should have already had in place The forums organizers say the two other top polling candidates kasim Reed and Sharon gay were invited but chose not to take part a meal Moffat W AB E news It's been more than a month since a nationwide eviction moratorium expired leaving tenants locally without any protections Statewide moratoriums like in California are also expiring Today at 6 joined W ABE reporter Stephanie stokes and reporters from around the country for a conversation on Twitter spaces about the effect of these.

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