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Nazem Kadri records hat trick in Avalanche's Game 4 win: 'For those that hate, that was for them'
"Nazam cadre nets a hat trick to lead the avalanche past the blue 6 to three at enterprise center giving Colorado a three games to one series lead Qadri's performance comes after he had dealt with off ice threats following a play in game three in which he had collided with St. Louis goaltender Jordan Bennington Great follow-up game So you know I guess I was and I needed some fuel and you know I was pretty upset You know for the last couple of days but it is what it is We got the wine that's what we wanted David perron scores twice for St. Louis Darcy Kemper is the winner in that Billy hussa would take the loss shots on goal favoring Colorado 37 to 20 Mike Reeves St. Louis
"qadri" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well you're right Well my thought was that she would step up then they could hand pick who they wanted to be their nominee In 2024 Well the convention will pick the nominee there will be primaries and there will be a convention in 2024 just like always and I don't see even an incumbent president Kamala Harris if we come to that I don't see even that carrying her through She's just not very good at politics frankly I'm not saying that she would be the nominee I'm saying that they would make a cut deal with her that she who I guess I'm sorry to have they who would make a deal They the Democrat party could say the leadership of the party I mean I put it this way The electorate of the Democratic Party is going to have a lot more to say about the nominee than any cadre of so called leaders honestly I'll say that neither party has really done that over time My biggest gripe about the Republican Party was that they put up Romney and they put up McCain Well let's not forget Let's not forget that the leadership certainly didn't put up Donald Trump Sometimes events go beyond what a self appointed Qadri of leadership might wish but let's not forget who won the primaries and the caucuses back then McCain did and Romney did That's the who the voters picked More to come one 8 6 6.
Energy and Sustainability Strategy at the City of Cape Town
"Qadri. Welcome give us a brief introduction to your background and current role. Thank you very much for the opportunity to have this discussion with you today. so again. Skudra ness on the executive director for energy and climate change in the city of cape town exciting portfolio simply because the city's one of the most progressive in the country when it comes to their action wants to take with energy and climate change so my background is mainly in the engineering side. And i come out of its originally. But at the same time. I've spent extensive periods of time national governments and also a ceo of the national energy give bit institutes navy so looking at the current state of the sector. What are the major challenges that you face and also the impact of the pandemics. And how's the city managing you. What at the moment you know facing multiple shocks within the system as a whole so particularly if you look at the the prolonged drought that was experienced. Probably the worst in in terms of recorded history. We inexperienced both the fix of the job and in coupled to that of course has been the impact of loud shitting which has been a constant issue for us since two thousand and seven when it first materialized
Estonia's first female PM sworn in as new government takes power
"Let's then continue to estonia. That has become the only country in the world with women serving both fest prime minister and president. The country's new government was sworn in earlier today. Officially making connel's the country's first female prime minister the previous government had to resign due to a corruption scandal. God relief cassini policy fellow at the european council on foreign relations wasn't to surprise that estonia goes new female leader. Let's hear what she had to say. Stone years to wherever always has been gender equality. Women have always worked as hard as men things with worried. People have always been such things but the united states men and women rob divide. I mean when i grow up increase of soviet was the big thing and dealing with that men and women were same. So i didn't see. That's a such a big breakthrough but of course i mean normally it is because it hasn't had that sort of thing earlier but i think it happened naturally because many of resumed women on the top of reform party. They are close associates of of kaya colossus. So it wasn't like set thick just because they were. We mean the patriots. Your pirates places. Politics code released mr union herself there denny on what does it tell us about a country if it has a female leader. I take what Qadri leak said there in that clip to heart where she talked about the fact that it's for people in estonia. They met understand a little something about equality or might look at their society where we there is a bit more equality but i think the symbol of having the leader being a woman is very important for any country and for the rest of the world to see. It does mark a step forward. I think calvi say looking at good press from different countries around the world from from new zealand. And beyond what's happened in the united states last week with comma harris. It's an important step. And i think it's it's good especially in this time where i worry about a little bit of backsliding on on equality and things really good Newspaper reports in the global mail in canada over the weekend illustrating What sort of The not the political sphere. But what the business sphere has looked like and and what has changed throughout the pandemic. and the there's really been some backsliding on equality in boardrooms and the c. suite level for businesses across the country. Where it's even more male dominated. So i think in the political sphere is quite important as well to see this and i think it is a step forward. It's it's it's real simple to not only the eu partners but people around the world that especially Miskelly she's a young woman as well so i think that is important for For the country and for the projects that they'll want to work on in the u. It's knowing that estonian. I was to female leader still does change the way you see the country. Can i just say great pronunciation. I take outs from the proximity between estonia and finland. You're probably the only person on the show getting that right The language is very similar. Quick question for you. Marcus to turn on you they are. We can't quite understand each other. Words have different meanings because those two languages separated thousands of years ago. But you can get a clue what i'm reading estonian. Newspapers don't always need many translate sometimes make sense in phoenix too. I mean i mean talking about estonia. I think it's just interesting. Look it's tiny nation of about one point three million people of course paul of the soviet union in the post. I think it will. It will make people turn their heads a little bit and wanted to know About a year. And it's you know it's been a country that perhaps people didn't not about until fairly recently but it's been doing a very interesting things it's oversee really tried to give it up to be open to Entrepreneurship of recent kind of quoting itself. the digital nation and and pioneering. This this thing could e residency which is basically allowing people easy access online. Things like banking and payment processing and taxation. So it's been very forward looking in that regard also in terms of Mobility in public transport. And things like that. So i think this will cement ready the fact that you do now have both the prime minister president who women just really We'll be good for for the. Brian will be good for. So powell will go online but those things i mentioned as well thinking. This is a progressive interesting european nation a. And maybe make people onto no more done not agree with us to this can be a boost. I soft power. You work with our business program the entrepreneurs and it mentioned residency for example. How estonia's trying to attract new talent do think this this indeed. The that's people read news at lies about estonian having to female leaders and they kind of want to know more about that country one hundred percent i think people will be watching this closely and thinking about what it means for their next move or opportunity perhaps a thinking of talon perhaps as a as a new berlin of course you create a welcoming environments and wait to see if people will arrive. I think back actually to a good conversation. I had with the founder of a company called your baticle which is based out of estonia and we had this exact conversation about how sort of a small nation like that can make itself attractive on the world stage for people to come. Obviously you pointed out the e passport there and the potential to to have people on there is it would be very attractive for someone working remotely of course for for perhaps a bigger multinational company based somewhere else For its quality of life. Great capital Close to a lot of other places and it's looking like a very vibrant startup scene. So i think you know you show people that there is a welcoming environment in a social sense. And it can do wonders marcus. I really think until a really help. The country selling itself abroad
"qadri" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Here today we're qadri right again. Yes you do reviews of businesses it also promote awareness of other businesses. I mean specifically also black owned businesses. I even found out about you through tiktok and you put up a video of boards to promoting or at least. You're not really a challenge but you just start saying hey you're a black business owner on tackled me now really quickly. Yeah so. I recently started that not too long ago just because i like to help other people in has started doing on tiktok and i thought it was a good way to help other people that are starting their business bringing out their brand. Don't get like a lot of attention will be really great to bring them out by doing a review on a service their merchandise their products up out of the a good way to start helping other people out there because when people it seems like sometimes people are very hesitant to support new businesses. And i'm not hesitant. So i'd like to give everybody a chance. So if you want to practice if you wanna have me combined to charleston new food or starvation games on it tries to close. I'm here you're pretty much. I mean that's really a cool thing to do 'cause despite all the bad things that a good majority. No that's gone tic tac. There's always the thing. Businesses ganger themselves out there and just their creative passion. I just had a black tina artists talk about her business and making arden also doing like drawing commissions by an amount of time. Yeah there are so many ways you can experiment with social media. And i think it's cool what you're doing just looking at the apps that you got an n a band of that and especially on tiktok. There are quite a few black businesses. Try to get themselves out there putting themselves on the forty page or falling other black owned businesses. How's that ah before you even doing making that video. Hey where are you guys Black owned businesses. How has been for you to even find them. And tom from me on tiktok. It's usually on my for you. Paid sometimes yeah l. Come up other times hourly know anything about someone trying to promote their business. I do have few artists that follow and a lot of artists Try to get their music. Push down so. I'll try to follow down gonna instagram. Check their music and download a couple of the platforms. That is available one. Immediate alibaba helps even if you just sharing it or listen to it or your download is going to help their streams..
"qadri" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm the boss of the world Sweet every two weeks, I had the best dream. The staff thinks it's hysterical. Well, you know, that's great, because a lot of if you are listening with your wife, or, you know, my incredible Qadri of women listeners tuning in to help to both of you. Testosterone replacement therapy is something that is possible in women way. Usually that in conjunction with estrogen replacement therapy, but not always. So, for some reason, you're just not comfortable taking estrogen or you're not a candidate for it. We have a lot of young patients with low libido who do get better libido with testosterone placement. Topical creams are probably the most common way that we give testosterone or pellets and women but occasionally like yourself injections because they're so inexpensive, tend to be the one. The volume is real low that we have to give so sometimes hard to drop the Jell O volume, but we definitely have Ways of replacing testosterone. It does help maintain muscle mass. It does have a role in bone health and a libido and mood, you know, and, Yeah, I'm still looking for my libido. But I feel amazing. That's right. We're still looking for it. It's like a scavenger on running. Um, I heard Dr Wang in our show not too long ago, talking about hot flashes in the menopause episode that I thought was super fascinating because it's my age group, she said. That's what she said. That's the segments that is called. That's what she said. Women have hot flashes in this age group because they're estrogen has dropped. That's right. So I went to Leonora, our provider here that I see. And she put me on estrogen. And guess what? My hot flashes are gone, but there's like magic. It's amazing. That's nice. I'm the best testimonial you're gonna have, Although, I guess and you know, women are also going to notice an improvement in their skin and hair texture on duh Elia returned back toe feeling better. And so the same thing happens in men. That's me and women. It's called menopause and in men we called andropause. And that is a part of the natural decline in testosterone, so either you're going to be a god there that says, Well, this is natural is supposed to happen to me. You're going to say Well, this is happening to me and I want to do something about it. I have a question. Yeah, I wanted love. My husband actually had another question. He wanted to know if there's something similar to women when they're on their monthly angry cycle. Is there something that men go through Because he feels like he has a monthly issue. He's just angry. The answer. The answer is probably not. But if you'd like me, it's probably payroll for his employees. That's only two weeks. Maybe. And maybe his wife is going through her time. And I'm just having my little response to it may be my boss made me cry. And then I went home angry, and I made my husband angry, But then he took your side. Yes, because I was probably right. It's true. I have to admit it. You're more rational. I get it. Okay. Anyway, what else do we have to talk about? Today? We have the shockwave therapy that you wanted to talk about. Why? I think it's great. You know you you get to be on the front line with a lot of our patients. I'd love to hear what feedback you're getting on patients that undergo Shockwave therapy for reptiles like Oh, my goodness. I knew we'd have positive feedback, but I didn't know you'd be this good. We've had patients, several patients, many patients better by the fifth cycle. They get six treatments by the fifth treatment that the reactions were incredible. One guy said he has to He stop taking Viagra altogether by his fifth treatment of shock Wave therapy. Another patient who's gone through chemotherapy and radiation who thought he would never, ever have a new erection again. He started getting natural organic directions after the fifth treatment, Organic directions was that good. That's No ballistic. That's what we want you to have a non organic direction. No, that's incredible. We have war, but we don't have time to go into all the details. But I was super impressive that we have. One guy on his first treatment, said he didn't have to use why I grow when he went home to have relations with his wife. Now our provider said, some of that might have been psychological. But hey, I'll take it right. It was his first treatment. That's right. That's right. You know, we're big believers in police Leave it running on. If you're interested in getting a more thorough evaluation for your erectile dysfunction, or if.
Avs ride 5-goal 1st period to 6-3 win over Stars in Game 5
"Yeah, the Avalanche trying to follow the Nuggets lead, so to speak and climb out of a 31 hole in their second round series with stars, they showed they might be able to do it with last night's thrilling 63 win. Colorado scored five goals in the first period, four of which came in just two minutes and 36 seconds. But the story the night may have actually been between the pipe for the ABS, where the team's third goalie Michael Hutchinson, made his first career playoff start, 30 year old Journeymen said it was a dream come true. That's what you work for. You know when your kid dies in dream of playing the back areas playing the Stanley Cup playoffs, so like for myself, I was excited and I was looking forward to the opportunity to get a chance to play under Bukovsky score two goals in the game, including the one in the first he was joined In that scoring barrage by Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen, Zim Qadri and Pierre Edouard Belmar Puck drop in tomorrow's Game six and badminton set for six o'clock. Those aforementioned
"qadri" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Money Update is at 8 42 Pat watered K away news radio. Sports Time is 8 15 p. K is here Joining us from his home studio. Nice to see that abs when that was definitive. The eyes opened up the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs in style, taking Game one against Coyotes in Edmonton. Three Nothing. They waited until the third period to get the scoring going, But once they did, it came fast and furious. Zim Qadri and J. T. Compher scored 10 seconds apart Media rant and added 1/3 for good measure A little more than a minute later, here's Qadri on the power play goal that open the faucet, so to speak. I'm out there with some pretty good players, So I just try to find some soft There is in the ice just to get open, where, whether it's a rebounder attempt, or whatever the case is, ah, Just try to find some space. I was able to get in front of the net. Um I think Kale teed it up and I was able to bang on the rebound so It's nice for a power play to stick with it. Darcy Kemper did stop 37 of those 40 shots he faced for Arizona for the outfield. Grubauer had to stop just 14 for the shutout game to Friday at noon from Rogers Centre. You can't win them all Iraqis dropped their first Siri's of the year, falling to the Diamondbacks after getting walloped 13 7 in the rubber match at Coors Field yesterday. No one art auto, however, providing one of you bright spots. Weaver High leg kick and the pitch and there's a drive to left center field. How about number five? Gone for Nolan touch of all time for the Rockies Old star to tie.
Power to the People
"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture. It's a journey unlike that of any other band and Michael. Torrents was at the center of it. Up? In Nineteen, sixty six Huey Newton and Bobby Seale Co the Black Panther Party. Most students at Merit Community College in Oakland within a few years. The party offers educational programs, food, service, free, medical care and Drug Rehab. The black community and the panthers lead the fight against rampant police brutality. By the end of the sixties, changes in the air in the bay area is Ground Zero. San Francisco that I will ruin. The fillmore district was very very hot tension. Police were riding. You know if I've if you are selling your papers would come in. Who asked us at you pay? Arrest at new. But at the same time there was a lot of energy. an s the best thing about it. You could really feel the energy particularly among younger people that we felt we could really make a change. Not only make and we're GONNA make. Their will us this commitment to die if necessary.
Power to the People
"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture.
"qadri" Discussed on Indian Noir
"And how before the meeting was scheduled. A group of circus artists comprised off a strong man in a leather suit. A short man juggling seven oranges a Gypsy woman with gigantic breasts. Waving a pack of Tarot cards and the toll contortionist walked through the town handing out flyers to the seconds at a bargain bottom prize of ten say for a family ticket. Enthusiastic children and curious adults gathered around them as they performed many tricks and promised extravagant sights and sounds that would unfold inside their giant brightly colored tint which was being setup atop the hill even as they spoke this Sunday five pm come to the Great. They see seconds at the two headed woman. The state man of La told the dancing elephants of thickly. The Flying Sisters at Emma and Sharma are all waiting to treat you to an unforgettable evening of magical circus acts. The tattle Qadri said choose rang from the children even as some unhappy elderly men. What storm in concern they approached the raucous throng with grim looks on their faces. The part of the crowd young lungs and confronted the circus. Artists would is all this about you. Freaks an old man asked. Oh please do not call us that. Good Sir the Tara Qadri said we artists traveling. The countryside bringing the joy of art to the masses. The old bands coughed my colleagues. And I have given our blood and soul to master art crafts and use of hard work will be on display this Sunday. Five PM on the hill. The Gypsy woman said offering a violent sheet of paper with hand drawn images and text advertising the acts. The old man grabbed the sheet of paper scrunched it and threw it on the floor. He then spat on it. This matter will have to be raised at the general meeting tonight. He said before walking away from the offended group of artists and acrobats. It is only Thursday today. Sir You have plenty of time to lose that attitude and change your mind. The Tarot card reader shouted after the departing man..
"Brain Food" Week + Coronavirus Podcast Recommendations
"This week's theme is brain food. The curator is Ariel Retro. Here's why Arielle chose this theme. She says hi their minds. Ariel and the theme. I chose for this week's newsletter is brain food. I chose this theme because usually when I eat I just sort of been hailed the without thinking or chewing for that matter so this newsletter felt like the perfect opportunity to kickstart my brain and to get me to put a little bit more thought into what. I'm eating where it came from. And maybe the story behind to hope you enjoy here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Arielle. Monday's episode comes from Radio Cherry bomb and is called climate. Change Food and you. It's forty six minutes long in this episode is your favorite food headed for extinction. Climate change is causing farmers around the world to rethink what they grow and how they grow it which is going to impact what you eat in the very near future. This climate change food connection is the subject of Mandal's important new book. The fate of food will eat in a bigger hotter smarter. World Tuesday's episode comes from the Food Program and is called Pints of progress. The brewers changing attitudes to learning disabilities. It's twenty eight minutes long in this episode brewer and broadcaster. Jay Go wise visits breweries where a progressive approach to employing people with learning disabilities is pouring away. Preconceptions helping tell the story is Michaela. Overton a brewer at ignition in Sydenham south London a brewery founded to create meaningful work for people with learning disabilities which has gone from glorified homebrew to running to taproom selling their beers in this program. We follow their collaboration with London. Brewer Gipsy Hill to make a beer as part of the social brew. Collective Wednesday's episode comes from copper and heat and is called food delivery APPs with homeroom. It's thirty five minutes long in this episode what happens when tech startups backed by venture capital create food delivery. Apps and a whole new system that is relied on by restaurant folks across the US we chat with the folks at home room to go the takeout only location of the Popular California Mac and cheese restaurant about how these APPs have affected their business. David Yaffe Bellany business reporter from the New York. Times joins us to talk about some of the larger National Trent's Thursday's episode comes from point of origin and is called a tale of two yogurts. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect goes fishing villages and waters is all about preservation. It keeps US alive and teaches us how to live this episode features guests. I'm Rita Gupta of the food. Radio Project SANOJA. Very Qadri of Diaster Echo and food writer cookbook author preempt Krishna. Friday's episode comes from gastropod and is called the United States of McDonald's. It's forty eight minutes long in this episode. Mcdonald's is mind boggling. According to Adam Chandler author of the recent book drive through dreams it sells roughly seventy five burgers every second and served sixty eight million people every day. Equivalent to one percent of the entire world's population the Golden Arches are thought to be according to an independent survey more recognizable as a symbol than the Christian crosses around the world. Chandler told us in this episode. We tell the story of McDonald's but more importantly we explore what it has to say about who we are those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Arielle for this week's theme brain food? 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"qadri" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
"Israel our radio every so often he done. I fell likes to write songs but feature another artist to sing them. One such example. It's the DON rifle project with Nasreen Qadri a stone cold as Yom must Sunday Museum sure sure. Two Chased be humble too. Young is a Yeoman tove indeed. What a great day it is here at Israel our radio having so much fun listening to Brin New Israeli music he wrote the song. Nestorian.
"qadri" Discussed on Nonprofit Luminaries
"We we just weren't having those conversations at the forefront so it it was a lot different do you you mentioned when you do the essays or these projects that you don't tell them what to pick you just say hey look we just want to bibliography shows did research but do you provide any training ahead of time. During the recruitment process you know before they become acts scholars. Are you preparing them for that at all. What does that look like now really? I think we've gotten really good at seeing patterns in the the young some people are the people in our communities have done really good things and we also ask for a lot of help so we are not the only ones making decisions. We actually have a team of maybe e thirty five to sixty people every year. Who are part of our selection process and a portion of those people are alums so people who've gone through the program but a larger our portion of them are just community members so when we evaluate applications we invite community members who either informal or informal positions leadership ship to come in and read applications with us And we tell them. Hey you are. You are the city you are Tacoma. You are Seattle and because this is community again you know we step aside and say this is we want to hear what you have to say. What parts of yourself do you see in these young people? What explosive new ideas? What challenges changes do you think they might face? And how can we uplift a small handful of those young people to invest in over a long period of time. And then we do. The same thing at our colleges That same kind of community evaluation and inspection process happens again. So it's it's never just me looking at Applications which is wonderful and I wouldn't trade it for anything. You want that collaboration. So they become part of the cohort Qadri you you call them once. They're in they get accepted. You said Whitworth earlier. Let's so it with on their eighteen Kandari. Now what happens when they get into Whitworth. The school year begins. And what does that Cordray do. And how does acts six support them. What's your involvement with that So essentially there is kind of a strategic hand off so we have community member A person who works at the institution grew kind of becomes the Qadri the representative for the cadre to the institution that that person through their freshman year meets with them. Weekly does one on ones with them so they get you know someone who just understands maybe a little bit more than other people at the institution where they're coming from what they're like we as a as a staff degrees of change. We're actively connecting with this person on a regular basis. So we hear about our our students all all the time and then we'll sort of do a wrap around service for example we have. We have students on campus. Who may be doing well academically but are really really homesick? And we'll we'll talk amongst each other in the network and say okay. Who's the best person or the person in the best position to reach out to this young person and you know and support them and so we really will go out of our way to make sure that they're taken care of if we can and then they have their cordray which they meet with on a regular basis they also? I'll have the three upperclassmen cadres who are still there on the campuses. So so the the Qadri starts up. Let's say this new academic year coming. Well we're in in the midst of a fall winter but cadre starts the beginning of the school year and then when they move on to their sophomore junior senior year than they are mentoring in in a way that Qadri continues on throughout their entire experience that they have each other they have the seven of themselves. Okay they always have the staff daft person. I've been really fortunate to be in this position for a long time. And so all the students who are on campuses are students that I've trained a work with and read their applications. Were part of the selection process. Awesome you know I'm around going anywhere And then they have their. I mean it's it's really intergenerational you know it's We have students who were freshman freshman on campus and their quarterback around guide. Your access like finding new students who are are in leadership doing clubs are scholars are setting umbrella like they literally are all over the place while So really it's just about you know. How do you connect with each other? And we encourage them and create opportunities for them to connect with other people in part. Because we you know we only get to pick seven per school and we get hundreds of applications a year so why put a limit On what they can do. I'll train my twenty eight and then tell them go and teach these things to other people bring other people into your heart into your world. Ask other people to be your mentors like we want you to be. I think I want them to be a little catalyst for things so I want them to sit at the intersection of what's going on over there. And what's going on over here ear and to ask questions across those lines because I think that's where leadership happens at least at least for me for sure just sitting in the middle and being like wait wet like asking questions in an asking asking people to come over with you and inspect something. Get involved getting out of our echo chambers getting into other people's spaces even if it makes us uncomfortable asking those questions that caused us to reflect on ourselves and hopefully taking some action from but yeah I don't know if it's changed. Makers or catalyst I think are 'cause the unifying but at the same time you're you know you're hopefully driving and bringing some together something new that didn't exist before so when they're in their contres do they. Have you said they meet weekly. They have their staff that are that are there in their mentors. What is what some things that are working on? When they're meeting they're talking about leadership dipped they're talking about identity development largely talking about any kind of current event things that are happening the unique thing about access to is that a lot of programs in nonprofit really prescriptive like this is what we do all the time? This is what happens every time of year and we have a bit of that going on. It's also like your campus is unique and so create a program that honors the culture of your campus. We really want our students to learn. Learn how to do. Is I really hope that our young people go into new environments and say my invitation as a leader is to listen which I think is like incumbent of leadership in general people are like I'm here to help you I'm here to colonize you. I'm here to tell you about how things work and our young and people go on campus out like I wanna lead to do these things and our our invitation to them is sit and listen Figure out what is it that the people you're around want in the same I'm with you know is a as a person called to listen to. My young people were were teaching them to do that too. And so the program at North West University for example it looks different than it doesn't work it honors different things at calls on different strengths. It has a different feel to it will come and we love that because we At least every other year get all of our students together at a convention they can come together and say this is what our leadership looks like. This is how I'm changing this developing. So it's this really big elaborate elaborate I think that what are what are President CEO. Tim Herron call that this big fabric of leadership like it's different textures and colors and movements going on to create a strong tangible collected collaborative leadership thing so the end goal is to have have leaders come back to their communities right. Is that correct. So a Qadri or a cohort from Tacoma. You're hoping is coming. Back to the Tacoma comber area. Yeah term little bit about that you know I think we we really want to transform the city but in in the image of the city itself so not to to kind of erupt. All over the place and chatter all the buildings and rebuild it in our own image. Like if young people want to do that. That's fire we should do it. Ah But as someone who who cares deeply about a city in a community feeling familiar. Yeah we think that they're in the best position. Listen to do so like how. Are you going to tell someone who grew up in Tacoma what they should do with it. You know it's their city And I think that's really what we what we champion all the time like this is it's their city like this is your city. This is my home. I'm very attached where I grew up. I still live in the same neighborhood. Still Rep the same zip code you know and I notice if Vanu persons jogging down the street. I'm like this person knew like that. I've never seen them before. An exactly what they were they were they turning. And it's about having having pride in in where you're from and in every aspect of where you're from so where you are from ethnically where your your language is from where your culture you know pulls its values in its beliefs from you know and we want all of those emotions to be at clay as our city is being constructed and rebuilt and revitalized. You Know Tacoma has been in like a a renaissance for Awhile and some of that has been from people who are from here and I think we really hope that our young people will be able to come in and use that social capital. That what they have and that fire that they have to keep Tacoma at the center of that conversation. Well I think that you know part of what you talking. I am vision. You Know How some people say we want this country or this community to be what it always has been and it's like well it's going to change it can't be it always has been because it's a new that youth movement eventually you're GonNa come and so when we go it's GonNa be something different. Why not look young people as to what they they want their city in their community to look like and maybe in some of those things that we want to hold onto a lot of it's fear based right? I'm afraid that how that's going to impact me. So I think about you know things that have impacted especially communities of color white flight redlining gentrification all these things you know people are fleeing why. Because they're scared what is going to happen to their family versus how we can work together and make this a better community. So it's I'd rather go because I feel like I'm going to be safer somewhere or else you know you know you're you're clearly passionate about this. I mean you have an energy to you when you talk about this you care. You've said a couple of things like hey. Look you know if these kids want to do this at these young people want to do this. And then okay Why is it so important to you? Why are you passionate about this? I was that young person I still am that young person without talk like an old soul so I so I live in the same house that I grew up in And I remember being in high school and learning imagine occasion for the first time and that I remember seeing like one of our neighbors move away and I was like. Oh No it's happening like is this is the starting and I remember over the course course of years like talking to my mom and like hugging my mom's and can we please never never move away. I don't ever want to move And I remember getting the older and being like we can't move okay like earlier years ago I was telling you I didn't want to go now. I'm telling you can't move. If we leave this place..
"qadri" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In living the dream now I I I felt so bad no no no no not at all no I am I I got I got what I deserved for those of you who don't follow Conor or myself on on Twitter first of all how dare you and die second of all im Connor re tweeted a I think stats seen core NHL put out of it as stat about the number of penalties that Qadri art draws and and I read it as the number that he takes and I'm like well whatever no big deal I mean one I he does a lot of other things really good and the ABS bolstered their PK with Bellmare so Mike I'm good I'm good with it in cars like it's draws not takes and I'm like hooked on phonics works for me I believe the gifted back with I can read about band of the eighties right but but given the case and to give you a good but I just felt so bad because like I was just so reactionary like our use me Mr call wrong hello dieting out your your goods I appreciated well I know I need to be put in my place not only can my kids do that but other people can do that as well you usually you're right on Twitter that's why I had right we'll check that you're in a it is like you know when it when somebody is is right all the time sometimes they get careless and anyway so why is it so Joe sat kick making some deals manner couple of free agent signings obviously a big draft pick with a bow Byrum and number four in the draft in now this trade that gets them Qadri are it's all on paper now in in obviously it only matters what happens on the ice but on paper how much better are the ABS than they were when they lost game seven I think there are definitely better because if you look back the middle last season go second week of December through.
"qadri" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Player so hopefully I can come in and given from her support and a backbone the he'll be able to contribute are you discriminating we will use the last couple years and you know not many players in the league I feel can can do that so he's certainly up there and you are looking for to reconnect in the thing about non Simhadri and I I think it played into the initial push back that the ABS announcement got from some fans was the fact that Qadri did not white two NHL world on fire last year and of course many people remember a more for a for the hit that he laid on who did he hit in the playoffs but he ended up getting suspended for the rest of the that series which turned out to be Toronto's last but sold maybe some people look at Cotchery staff from last year ago wall is this worth giving up I Tyson Barrie who's been the avs best defenseman right sixteen goals twenty eight SS was what he had last year but Qadri coming off of going into this year was coming off of back to back thirty goal seasons he scored thirty goals in twenty seventeen thirty goals in twenty eighteen and he was only push down on the depth chart and push down a line because Toronto I signed John to Vargas who is the marquee free agent on last year's market so our country certainly believes that now that he will be back on a set top six guy instead of you know a third or fourth liner he feels like he can definitely contribute to the Colorado Avalanche course seven no I think everyone.
"qadri" Discussed on Solopreneur Success
"Qadri writing classes, and I have the podcast you're, I'm writing a book always different avenues. But they're all about educating and the joy of sharing knowledge and that to me is why a love these conversations and I love the fact that you discovered passion and purpose for yourself and even more important. I love how you brought that out for audience saying, look, it's not about what task you do. And if a rate of loss may fingers on Baker. You know, voice it or don't know. But how, how can you move forward in complete kind of like what you're giving purpose in this world. Did you reborn to do something to me, I think it's to help people, and I love helping people in teaching his is kind of, like the, the gift, I would say that allows me to do that. And it sounds like we're very much aligned like I'm thankful to hear that you've brought that so clearly as a message to this audience. Thank you for that. And I, I love to, to, to kind of preach that message to freelancers because I know what being freelancers. Like I still refer to myself as a freelancer you and I talked about that, I have I have solo poor tendencies and thoughts, but for convenience sake, I refer to myself as a freelancer, and I know how freelancers think. And I know the struggles that they have, and one of them is being to married to the task and I try to get that across to them. It's like try to look. Is there something beyond their purpose? And again, that's what I saw in the entrepreneurs that I was working for. They, they have a purpose. That's what drives them. And so one thing. In particular, when he does one business and in starts another business. And I think a why are you changing businesses? When I look, deeper, his businesses still fit within his main purpose, and that's what drives him that's very important to him. And I thought, okay this guy's really successful. And the other entrepreneurs, I know are really successful and the thing that they seem to have in common is that they won. They have a purpose one. This is a whole other topic. They don't get on social media and complain about their lot in life or waste time on social media. That's probably an interview topic for somebody else to talk about the pros and cons of social media. But I see a lot of people wasting time when they could be using that time so much better. Yes, I've been guilty to pass it that I've actually made some major changes and how I structure my day and my time, and I've even used tools like Leach block the to minimize, for example. That's just that's why use myself I, I put myself on a leash literally where I say, I have ten minutes of social media time ever. Two hours that's it and during the business day up bogus. And so I I keep myself a tight leash, because it's very easy for me. Get sucked into that used to be sucked into the news. And I've been on, I think one news site in the in the past three weeks, and that was for all about five minutes. And that's huge for me and in level of productivity, but more importantly, the level of focus on. What's important to me? Is it really keeping up everything that's going on in the world? Did I can't change anyhow or is it's making a difference for the people with things that I can change? I can change by what I do. And so focused time that's so important. Well, I think in what you're saying, and I've done the same thing is being intentional about how you're using your time I always go back, one of the, the, the business authors that I used to read a lot of I don't do so much anymore, Brian, Tracy and again, I don't know if he originated the sane. But I sure loved it. What's the best use of my time right now? And if you continue to ask yourself, that I'm pretty sure the best use of. Of your time right now in the middle of the day is not, you know, what's in around on social media, or watching a rerun of whatever popular reality show is out there at any given time that really helped me to put stuff aside. That's not important for for me. The social media, I kind of do it once in the morning, once in the evening for me social media's not important for the work that I do for other people that might be, so, you know, your, your mileage may vary as they say, but I needed to strip that out because I wanted more focused time, our time gets pulled so many different directions. In any given our and someone I think we both know Mindy Macoris she recommended a book and the name escapes me, but it was about having a large chunk of focus time where you're just not able to, you know, the phone somewhere else. The, the browsers turned off, if you don't need it, because a lot of times, we're, we're doing work, and just little bits and pieces when it might be better if we could carve out say just an hour of. Uninterrupted time. I know when I'm doing my voice over stuff I can't have phones on that. We, we don't need Fullon's ringing in the background or a little date and saying, you've got a message or something. So in in my case, I'm kind of forced to have to shut things out. But I think everybody would benefit from that, and a lot of what we do back to social media. Get really isn't that important. We try to convince ourselves it is. But I think if we examine it a lot of cases, it's really not. And we could achieve so much more Steve, if we just kind of put some of this stuff out of the way at least temporarily I'm not saying, you know, give it up cold Turkey, but be intentional about when you're doing it. Absolutely mike. This has been great. I have one more question for you. I like to ask most my guess is question because I think it really helps not just put you on a spot for to say, but it kind of helps us know how you're thinking Ford. And that question is, what's next for you and your business. What one thing are you doing right now? Or or Mike. Why should you be doing maybe advisor coach or something to take your business to the next level? What, what's, what's next for my class, I'm gonna. I'm going to give an another answer. I guys I've got two kids who are just entering college, and as a parent. My most important job is seeing them off, successfully, like you. We home school our kids and my kids are both doing college from home. One is attending Berkeley, college of music in Boston, and the other one is going to be attending online college. In Florida, a lot of what I think about these days is just trying to successfully launch them into the world. Like I said, my daughter does acting in voice over. So I kind of manage her career she's doing auditions just as much as I am. And so that is a big part of what I focus on. I don't think as much about what I want for my business because I've got my kids for just another few years before they're out on their own. So that's, that's the main part of, of my answer is I'm really more focused on my kids than my business. The part about the business is I've. Only been doing this part for a few years now and it's still in the building process. So to be quite honest, and I'm happy to be perfectly honest with you. I haven't got it all figured out right now. I'm still trying to figure out some things. I'm still building a good, solid client base. So that I wanna do I also need to get better at commercial work. Commercial work is where the money is. And I'll just be honest money is good. I I love having a purpose and a passion, and that's really important. But I also like making money to and commercial work takes a skill set. A like I said earlier, just because you can do one thing in voice over doesn't mean you can do everything. And so I need to develop my skills, so that I'm more than just an elearning person. I can do other things. My daughter is an example. She's really good at animation. She has a demo and it's like I could not do that. And I don't even want to do that. But I do wanna get better in some other areas. So I want to build those skills up. That's fantastic. I love how your focus is your family. And you know what? That's why I started my own business because be stuck in a cubicle and have somebody else dictate my time to me, and that's why many people listening to show I either are in businessman selves, or they plan to go in business for themselves because they don't wanna be dictated to how they spend their family time, what their priorities are. And that's, that's a wonderful answer. I want to applaud you like that is on the first thing that comes to mind is not even a business. It's family. It goes, honestly. That's why we're supposed to be, you know, if anything that's what we have a business because who wants to support a family, and we, we have these kinds of super, Noor style businesses that opens up opportunities that we wouldn't have otherwise that, that's wonderful. Also, like the fact that, you know, you're open and honest in, it's kind of hard to kind of open yourself up and be vulnerable like that, sometimes they look, I don't have it all figured out. But nobody really does. No one has everything figured out. And that's why we have conversations with other people like this, because we sharpen each other's iron so to speak in a learn from one another and grow and. Just for basic. I'm I'm just blown away by our conversation today to be honest with you. And I and I think to the, the, the stumbling block that some people can have when they're being interviewed, and I used to interview people, you know, in a new setting than stuff is to come across, like, I've, I'm totally successful in everything that I've done, and you should listen to me. I'm still figuring some stuff out. So I'm never gonna be dishonest and make someone believe. Yeah. I've, I'm there the other thing that you mentioned though is so important, and I hope my daughter, doesn't listen in embarrass her. She when she started the, the acting obviously, she needed me to drive her to auditions, which are in Seattle, which is about two hours away. I feel I'm blessed in a way that apparent does not always get a chance to interact with their, their children so much. But when we're in the car so much together going to these auditions, I have a relationship with my daughter, and then with my son to, to a different degree that I wouldn't have if I had been in that cubicle. So it was good that I as much as I loved Microsoft that was the last corporate job. It was a great place to work. I'm so glad that I made this move because I've gotten to interact with my kids in a way that most parents, don't just because of the setup with public school and working and all that sort of stuff. It's nobody's fault. It's just the way it tends to be. But for us, it's, it's been amazing terrific. Well, mike. This has been a wonderful conversation, I've really enjoyed this, and I'm sure it's been help for, for many of our listeners, where can they learn more and connect with you? I am at Mike, Klassen dot com and the spelling, I don't know if you'll have those in the show notes because Classen KLA SEM, but Mike class dot com, you can also find.
"qadri" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"On Milwaukee is very conceivable because I think he's a different kind of guy does just doesn't seem to care at all about anything other than just being good basketball. Now that might change. He's twenty three sure other than that. I don't think there's a safe bet to retire in the city, maybe Dame Lillard who is not like an iconic. I like some of these other guys. But man, it's we're just heading towards around. Yeah. But I agree with you. But how about this? I totally agree with Steph curry, I think he he stays put. But how about this? Like, I it's gonna be interesting to see what happens with with into the Kupa like Bill. Let's see if he if he four years from that. We don't wanna title gonna go watch onto someone else and try to win it. They're the same way of LeBron's it. Right. Yeah. That's going to be interesting. But the one guy so I agree with you on curry, can you see Westbrook saying in Oklahoma City entire career now, they're and they're not doing anything. So now you start to wonder his Ruskin wanna latch on and try to win somewhere else. But that's another guy could see 'cause he's a bit different. And he doesn't get talked about guys don't care what anyone thinks he's one. So I could see Westbrook baby. And maybe Embiid staying Philadelphia's entire career. Be over a year from now. Sorry had to made a big Philly fans. Right. Yeah. You never know his niece. By the way, the Jews up Qadri going into the Knicks. There's like a done deal in your mind. I I'd be surprised if I think Katie is ninety nine percent, and I think in less in. So this is really sad. I'm Angie, my hopes on a guy who broke his legs sixteen months ago. But Gordon Hayward resurgence lately has at least shed a little light onto the Celtics prospects for the playoffs. I'm still not convinced that I think it's just as likely they could lose in round one. But if he continues to look like he has for the last couple of weeks that is an x factor, and they do have town and the east is nobody nobody is really taken it by the horns except for Milwaukee who's banged up in the playoffs. So who knows? I listen, I said before the season started that I think the Celtics are the only team that has a chance if they get to the finals of beating Golden State, and there's a part of me that's still that's still feels that way. Because they're just so immensely talented. And you're right Hayward has played better. So that whole thing I like to me, I don't think any of us should be shocked, if you know, the Celtics make it out of the like people are going to be surprised Bill, but they shouldn't if the Celtics make it out of the east, but absolutely see that happening. And then if they get if they go up against Golden State, I could see them give them giving them a really good series. But I just find that whole situation with your team. Fascinating where? Yeah. Those young guys like they got a taste of what it's like to be to be, you know, the plane big time games and play meaningful minutes and take all the big shots. And then kyri comes back and those guys have to go back to their original roles. And I think that's a real that was a really difficult thing for for for Brad Stevens at were any coach to really manage is is like, hey guy. Jalen brown. You were you know, twenty four points in a big game six in the in the Eastern Conference at my finals this year. Now, go back to score and ten a game. That's a that's a tricky spot for Brad Stevens, you know. So, but that seems so talented I could see him winning it Bill. I really can't. I could still see that team winning an MBA JV Jason. So much more optimistic than I am my friend, my friend, Sean Grandy who does radio for the Celtics who is by far the best radio guy. He made a good comparison. He said he compared it to like a soda that seems like it would be really good. But then it tastes terrible. Where it's like. It's like vanilla.
"qadri" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This called Robin sage where they actually go out into the forest several weeks and the final test is to run a guerilla band or to counter guerilla bat in a fictional scenario. But the area around Fort Bragg becomes irregular warfare exercise area. And so this one soldier did what he took out a machine gun. Right. Killed his fictional guerilla force that he was tasked to truly blanks. He just got the guys who've supposed to be training. Right. Just kill the ball instrument game. Yes. What happened to him? He the Qadri pulled him. They immediately put him on a truck sent him back to headquarters he failed. He was allowed to graduate, and that's an ethical violation. So we're not talking just physical standards. We're talking ethical Muslim. Yes. Exactly. So this Email. It was rife with these examples except it was written for green berets who kind of know the lingo. And so the story broke at the time. Scientific said he would look into the allegations. That's not what he did. So this is where my reporting started what happened after that Email came out? You know, what happened after the army promised to look into it? So in December I had to instructors come up to me or contact me and come up to me, they contacted me via phone, and they told me their story. And they said, you know, after the Email sought tag, just went crazy. He start punishing a bunch of people. And that was my story in January. And of course, it's just these two guys. And there's a tendency to say, oh, it's just these two people they're complaining. And so was this Email anonymous or do we know who wrote it it was Mus Email? And so so essentially what I found since my last report is exactly the extent to which has conducted. A witch hunt had conducted witch hunt looking for the author. Offers of the Email. So there was some hope after the Email came out, not everyone. Agreed. This was the best way to get attention. But there was some hope that things would change. Yes. There would be some actual discussion. The standards would stop sliding. There was a witch a witch hunt and a few days after the Email came out Sante, call the formation of civilian and military. Instructors took off his army combat uniform top and invited instructors come up to him and fight him one on one sorry public in. Well, amongst the instructor, right? Yes. In public, and he threat he said, the Email was punishable by death, which we have witnesses to this. I've talked to three witnesses at least Email uncovers irregularities in the toughest one of the toughest military training. Selection courses in the world. That is punishable by death. Apparently guess and this is a two-star general two-star, exactly. And I think that's what disturbed a lot of instructors more. So than the taking his top off, the you know, the fact that he would punish his own soldiers by death. We we need to talk more on this very very disturbing for me personally and also for the reputation of Swick of USA soccer full bragging, the green berets because this is the institution that badges you this is what gives you the green beret. You're listening to Kristina Wong. Pentagon correspondent for Breitbart. Follow on Twitter, Christina the K Christina on the school Wong. W O N G more in a.
"qadri" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I still personally, you know, before the combine all that stuff. I have my own work to do put teams that one guy who I really trust them been great for twenty years. He goes the stupid teams will look at Marantz competition and think that it's a byproduct of who he's playing in a smaller conference. And you know, he's I I agree with him that I just think that there's there's a there's a way he plays basketball that it's kind of like that Lillard stuff when you watched him in Big Sky, and you go, wait a minute. This isn't this isn't just guy beating up on all these kids who couldn't get other off the talent is obvious. So what is the kyri situation? I mean everyone's trying to dissect it in it's like, David silver, Adam silver said the other day about everyone being unhappy. And I always think of kyri he never is happy, and he's always never complaining about stuff. Yeah. Really bummed out guy. I don't ever claim to know these guys you have on the show you how it is in the car wash big. That's awesome. It like do. We know that we had we talked for seven minutes energy Qadri couple of different times. But you know, I cover that Boston team for a while. I was back there last week. I sat there and watched he and Lillard go back at it. And it was it was funny because Bill Simmons now we do that weekly podcast for the ringer. And I go not that this is new. But if when you watch that game anybody who ever will come up to me and say like, I think Kyrie's better than the Lillard just watching it not that one guy was better than the other in that game. But just the way they control it. And just the other way the other guy tactic. I'd never want to hear that never want to hear and Lillard when he bounced excuse me kyri when he bounced from Cleveland. At first I was really it's a him because they go. So what is this? What does this? Okay. I don't wanna be LeBron shadow, which I think we're learning more and more actually does kind of suck. But. Six shoe deal. You went from thirty win team barely to winning a championship against this amazing. Golden State team. Like how bad is your deal? Really? And then you hear that LeBron was kind of behind the scenes trying to figure out ways to move some pieces around and that's been debated. But you can go back and look at all that stuff. So then I kinda sympathizer kyri a little bit more. Boston was never on his originalist. It was Phoenix. It was Minnesota. It was New York. There's one other team in there. You get four teams. He'd be willing to get traded for. Boston's thing is always great ownership. Great for an office. Great coaching staff, which they have we'll talk, you know, two years left on his deal hill figure out who like this. I think it was. Yeah, they're brilliant or just emotional at the beginning of the year where he's like, hey, if you guys will have me I'd love to stick around. Boston was so confident really most of the season is trying to check in on the Anthony Davis stock everything was happening. It was like what we'll trade whatever for Anthony Davis and everybody'll be convinced right in Cairo a big part, one one Durant thing happens. And then Kyrie right at the trade deadline just tells everybody off and he's. I've been doing it every single week, and he can't help himself and I'm sympathetic to any athletes. Like these questions are stupid a lot. Which is you know. Hey, you guys gonna figure it out? What do you know? Confidence question. What was the confidence that you guys lost? But like, you know, what what victories can you take in from this? And I don't even know. I understand that that would that would get. But for thirty million a year, having your own shoe being the number one guy in the Celtics. Okay. You're not it's not like you're playing for the sons here, and I don't want to just look at the money. But there's there's a line that I get to where I go. Yeah. I'm sympathetic. I get it. I get it. I get it. You know, what like let's not assume too much. But man, how can you be this miserable out all the time? And now you've brought it upon yourself. You don't need to be on camera walking into the tunnel before an ABC game saying, I can't wait. When this bleep is terrible. What a terrible look that way. And then it's our fault for examining it, especially in the city like Boston. They want to love you Kyrie love you. And you're doing an awful job with it. So at the end of the day the ultimate test for me is the juice worth the squeeze. So for was he twenty six twenty six twenty seven this month. The seven year dynamic player has had some some some injury issues. But is he's one of these one of these guys that isn't the juice isn't worth the squeeze and your opinion. Well, there's two different things here. Okay. If you're telling me in a vacuum. Do you want to give Kyrie like two hundred million dollars? And it seems that he's not wired to be this guy. I mean, these are their words when guys from the team or saying, it's toxic. We're not getting along this bleak needs to change. You know, we needed a fight and scream at each other on that cross country flight to Golden State is somehow bottle that up then and use it for the rest of the year. This is an from the outside getting it wrong in assuming things your team is telling us how screwed up this dynamic is because I think Kyrie considers himself this. Massive intellectual. There's some other smarter guys in the team. Be like, dude, you're twenty six man. I'm twenty three. You're not my dad. Right. Sweet. That you read sapiens. It doesn't like back. So I think he's he's made the locker room tougher with his vision. And all the stuff that he says. So I gotta to give that guy two hundred million. And he's he's not really one of the six or seven guys that I think is a franchise changing player. He's had the two knee injuries. No, there's no for me. Where's he at next year? But if I know I'm losing the asset for nothing in a k replace it. And I want to keep the assets of maybe traded a little bit later than I probably do the contract. Like, that's the problem. That's the problem with this league. I think he goes to New York. I think Durant gets mad at everybody. He's miserable to he's only. He's only playing the best basketball situation. We've seen in the last twenty something years and co is miserable. And he plays for the greatest run organization in the sport less twenty years for the best coach, and he quit for a year. And then people went on TV for like a squad was dragged us wrong, though. It's totally cool equipped for a year. Lebron was like earlier trainers. I'm gonna quit for a year. And then he can you trade me like why doesn't realize it because he's so boring. He got away with it by LeBron would get roasted for that the rumor stuff that can change because these guys are hard to protect and they they also may be miserable. Is that you know, way everybody talks about it. They think Durant whom moving all of his operations in New York already. And it gets mad when he's asked about it. And then when he's out to dinner with Kyrie I'd heard something like to read had a party and Kyrie was the only NBA player the only other NBA player. No one from the warriors. I think like Queen cooks is buddy. It's about it any chance he ends up in LA who Durant. No, no, no, Kyrie. I would've thought it was impossible. Possible. And I'm sure team LeBron loves anything that messes with the Boston Celtics. So whether they're putting that out there because it's a real possibility or just makes the Celtics situation even more screwed up. I don't know the answer to that. But I wouldn't it was zero you know, a couple of months ago, right? And it's not a zero anymore. Speaking of like messing with things messing with other things in LeBron did, my is Michael purposely, not complimenting LeBron much because we compared the Kobe. Congratulations Michael DeKalb when he passed on Koby past Michael, and it was like a detail paragraph. And then when LeBron past them, and we feel like Michael may not loves me. Not he may not love. With with Kobe. He doesn't identify with LeBron. I don't know that he likes her dislikes him. But to me, this is the most Jordan thing ever. I was expecting Jordan or the Jordan brand account to tweet. I'll be like how many more games take you though. Right. Total total like a rip job. But still I mean can't you do and I love Michael Michael fan. But can't you send out something a little bit more detail than that? If you're still holding your breath waiting for Michael. Some into some sort of you know, heartfelt guy. But the LeBron Michael thing was more of a discussion and Kobe has ever been with Michael, right? So. Michael doesn't want to give any evidence to support. Lebron nj was actually which player would you pay to watch. And he went mentions Westbrook. Like why because he's the number one Jordan brand guy. He just thought he was he or which streak was more impressive in the circle back and said winning six championships. Yeah. Yeah. Wasn't even was he was even. I mean when you win six year allowed to kind of do that, you go that wasn't even close to what I asked you. So it's always great to see you. Coming by charities shot tomorrow night change for Charlie via pelts hosting it unless he doesn't make it that I'm hosting it. So that was that was a call last night from our man, Mike how but he's he's been great. I'm just going back. I think it was two thousand eight the first time I came out here and spend time with you guys. And I try to make it back to three times a year. So attack looked at will, you know? Massaging dog that hurt itself. Running around the track weekend here in my left pack is. I knew as soon as I did. I went. Could you hear it wasn't? It wasn't like a it's just a strange. Yeah. It's a strain. It's annoying though. And then I kept trying to go. And then I'm proud of myself that I stopped so shout out 'cause you've matured I mean back in your. You would have probably put another plate on each side. And man. Thanks, buddy. Ryan russillo. In studio with us in her first, mid West Bank studio, Weiland Selvi, we have commercial free waddles world next on ESPN one thousand ESPN..
"qadri" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"qadri" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Do you have any any unique interview processes that that you can share? Yes. So all our interview processes somehow similar that we do have a phone screening interview. Where would just making sure that candidate is actually capable of writing software understands the fundamental solve all the rhythms and data structures and things like that. But then once we bring candidate on side, we actually give them laptop during the interview, and we have to coating sessions where they're being faced with somehow life. You know, -application issues not necessarily the obligation cadre serves, but more applied to real life problems. And then one of the sessions is for them to architect and design the system, and it's based on their strength. So if we're interviewing a front end engineer, it would be like designed the complex fron, Dan. If were interviewing infrastructure engineer would could be asking a question to design. In big data storage. And another part of the interview is to talk to one of our product managers at round their experience working in a very complicated projects from the organizational standpoint, so we can understand how engineers that were interviewing interact with designers, how they interact with product managers how they interact with business owners and things like that. So we talked in detail about the simplicity of the software architecture as it stands today. I think there will be a point in your future where things are going to get more complicated. You're going to have some more complicated models. You're going to build you're going to probably have to use some multiple databases or get at least a more complex data infrastructure. Are you starting to see on the horizon win that's going to happen? Or what you're going to need to do to expand the platform. It's really hard to predict. We're trying to be a hat of this. And there are some indicators that we can measure. So for example, if all over sudden, our deployment process becomes painful. It's a good indicator that something is not going right in our infrastructure, or if we start in counting more and more errors, or if we are compromising the durability and things like that. And we are continuously measuring things like that. Like, you know, how much time it takes us to do the full deployment. How many issues we encountered doing it? And so on so forth. So I cannot predict exactly one is going to happen. But we're going to see the signs of that way way before we actually need to make adjustments through the system. And also there are two different types of complexity one complexity that can come with the load, and the increased number of customers and the other one that can come with the increased number of engineers. Right. So if you all over sudden. Needs to cater your infrastructure to two hundred engine years who are working on the features at the same time. It's very different from doing the same work for twenty five engineers. So we're trying to predict our headcount as well. Okay. Well, Leonid it's been really fun talking to you about Qadri in the present tense and in the future tense. I look forward to hearing more about the company. Awesome. Thank you so much. HP?.
"qadri" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Automatic commercial real estate investing tool. What's your strategy for dividing up resources between these two products because early early companies off, and I think Qadri is not super early. I mean, he's not like just got started yesterday. But it's it's very hard to introduce the second product to accompany. So what have you learned about developing a second product secondary? Marketplace for a very exciting product just because it's something that has never been implemented online. There is not to my knowledge at least a alternate investment platforms who are performing the secondary transactions online. So for us. It was. Always in the back of our head that we have in order to have a marketplace in. This is the ultimate goal of ours to build this marketplace where individuals can invest in alternative out sets. We have to implement the secondary marketplace. And as it typically happens, you just allocate of certain part of your team to do this sort of moonshot gyn if initiative within that was exactly the process was secondary marketplace because we had a very cross functional team of individuals. It was all the way from like the business owner all the way to the engineers and designers who are working on the experience for our customers to work solely on this project. And we advocated a certain amount of time of this individuals to make it happen. But it was a very big challenge for us to to understand how much resources we need to put into it. How much of the process we need to automate versus keep manual. It's a very fine balance to go little bit deeper into the data. Side of things. So we touched a little bit on the data cleaning process. Let's go deeper there though. So I I'd like to know more about your process for getting these data sets in the door cleaning them to what degree this is automated. If you have any scheduling systems, like if us air flow to detail these data pipelines, just tell me a little bit more about your data pipeline. Yes. So there are two two types of data sources that we work with is like, basically, if you think in terms of the it's push based in pool based so some data comes to our system, and then the others we need to scrape and for these we were using the schedule based systems were scraping. The data were cleaning it up normalizing storing in our data storage and warehouse rather, and then for the push based we just have an agreement with certain vendor, and we are giving them continuous feedback on the. Equality because our machinery when it accepts the data. Ron's various checks and normalization so we can give our feedback to the vendor. Make sure that they are doing all the necessary checks on their side before they are giving us this data. And then we're trying to continuously valuate how useful the data source is for our machinery for our engineering. So we can invest our time and resources accordingly in the data sources that are actually helping us to make better more informant. Enfor informed decisions. Are there any data sets that have surprised you in how valuable they've been? There is a lot of interesting information that you can get from, you know, things like median income. But the most interesting sources are typically the ones that are scrape -able online information about the business activities around the building information about the demographics with. Thin. The certain neighborhood helps a lot making this informed decisions. When you say scrape it online, do you mean like from satellite, photos or Google maps or something what is it basically, you can you can work with various sources and some of them have, you know, hard raid limits, some of them don't want to be scraped. So it's another challenge of of getting this information. So you got to set up some AWS Lambda functions and kind of mask gripe addressed overcome the rate limiting constraints. I don't think it would be compliant with their terms of..
"qadri" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I was like not non good compares. Well, you know what I'm saying? It's like a lot people. These Luddites ourselves from Dan. Who is not whose compared people only comparing them to people who are afraid of change. Okay. I know it's not the same thing. I'm just saying that there's these people who can't stand to see things change who don't understand that. The change is Qadri hand seeing the change take place. Yeah. They don't like what do we do for you, Dan, either too small minded to accept a positive change when it comes along. Well, I think first of all they should listen to our podcast, right? We can help them. We can slide into guide them into this whole a operated future inside the bowl. Just they can sleep every night. Well, knowing that if the is do turn against us. They can have that. I told you so moment the greatest I told you so in the history of humanity. Whereas we're being put into. Ships Sloan out to some distant planet to mine, ore or salt. They can everyone on the spaceship. They could be like I told you that whole thing about me playing chicken with the robot cars, it was mall. This guy is not. Who's like a warning civilization? This is like cow tipping where it's like, hey, this'll be funny. If I do this, this is no it's not even that. Because this is because that's dangerous. Oh, by the way. He's just one person though, I'm saying there are other people out who can have the I told you. So I think this guy might be a little bit. You You know? know, a little bit unstable playing chicken with a robot car is it normal human behavior. But I just like these people who hold it. You said this Zona, not Florida, right? This is your exactly this is your home state. But this is the biggest problem I have. And I always mentioned this when I talk about robots, you know, the he he cites the woman who got hit in Arizona, by the way, more car or not by the Uber car as an example of why we don't want this. But it's like humans are hitting people all day every right? If you're is that people are getting hit by cars, then you should be out there fighting against alcohol. You should be out there fighting against texting and driving. It's like the last thing you need to worry about our robots driving cars because even it seems to me like a way we're robot is probably more reliable than a distracted human right here. Wins are terrible at driving. We should all eagerly invite. The robots to drive for us because I hate driving. I can't wait. Yeah. I can't wait. And they'll be a lot safer than us until such come on truck. Rolls coal on me. Who are these people? I just I just wish that I could reason with them and say, look, this is the future it's coming and in some ways, it's going to be so much better because humans should not be driving cars. They are too dumb to distracted. A robot will have nothing else to do but drive the car won't be checking text messages, it won't.