35 Burst results for "Rachael"
Robert Sirico: Federal Governments Taking Control of Local Decisions
"Yeah and I always think of the principle that actually had its base in faith and religion of subsidiarity The idea that the best level of management is the closest unit to the person being managed In other words if you want something done in your HOA father bob you want something done in your Rachael you don't go to the federal government You go to the HOA manager because he understands the people and the building right But that's not what we're doing with this expansive federal government We're taking local decision making Your healthcare your kid's school and we're putting it in Joe Biden's hands Right And do you see what happens when it all begins to fall apart whether it's here in the United States through these kinds of regimes like we see now or in China or in Russia or in Cuba or in Venezuela every place that it is enacted and to the extent that it's enacted you have poverty you have under production you have people wanting to get out and get to freedom
"rachael" Discussed on WTOP
"Is WTO P news. It's four 53, the Rachael Ray show is coming to an end after a 17 year run. CBS media ventures as a nationally syndicated daytime talk show will end after this season. Races I've made the decision that it's time for me to move on to the next exciting chapter in my broadcast career. It's also been a year of seismic changes in the increasingly challenging daytime syndication landscape with Dr. Phil, judge Mathis, and the people's court also set to wrap their runs this season. While Amazon started this Friday by dropping an economic bombshell, the online retail juggernaut pressing pause on its construction of its headquarters called Penn place. They just don't need the space yet. That's according to Amazon spokesman Zach Goldstein, who says there's capacity for 14,000 employees to work in person in Arlington, in June, Amazon plans to welcome 8000 new employees into the first phase of headquarters two, some 2 million ft² of office space known as metropolitan park. Sources say that the construction pause has nothing to do with the company's January jobs cut, nor is it indicative of future cuts. Arlington county board chair Christian Dorsey says he's not disappointed to learn about the pause. As I look at it, there's no indication that I have that as Amazon expands that a central piece of that will not be headquarters in Arlington. Meghan cloher, a WTO P news. It is four 54. A Pennsylvania woman missing for 30 years and declared dead has been found alive in Puerto Rico, this according to authorities, 82 year old Patricia Compton, now being treated for a dementia diagnosis. This is an adult care home about 1700 miles from where she was last seen in 1992, her husband bob cop to set a news conference on Thursday. It's a relief to know she's alive. Officials believe she was admitted to an adult care home in Puerto Rico in need of help in 1999. She withheld most of her life's details from the nursing staff, but led them to believe she had gone to the island on a cruise ship from Europe. The comp is used to live in the Pittsburgh suburb of Ross township. It is now four 55 sports at 25 and 55, powered by maximus, moving people and technology forward. Busy day on the sports page, here's Frank hanrahan. Yeah, certainly is we got a lot of college basketball going on right now and some already in the books, Virginia taking care of business, knocking off Louisville's 75 60. George Mason, a dramatic victory at Richmond 62 60. Virginia tech right now all over Florida state 39 30 that's at halftime also just underway. It is GW taking on VCU 1815 VCU leading the colonials with about 1137 left in the first half of play. Marilyn women facing Iowa in about 20 minutes. It's the Big Ten semi finals from Minneapolis. Teams split games during the regular season, so it should be a good one. Winner moves to the Big Ten finals tomorrow. Wizards getting the raptors at 5 of the NBA wizards right now, two games under 500. Grizzlies point guard John morant will not play in at least the next two games after his IG live video in which he displayed what appeared to be a gun while at a nightclub earlier this morning prompting an investigation from the NBA. Caps the sharks he comes up in about an hour and change. He's the united visiting Columbus tonight. That's on the road at 7 30 as D.C.'s looking to go to an O on this young MLS season. Frankie and I had to be TLB sports. Frank, thank you. It is four 56. Now a WTO coming up will have the latest from CBS News, the Republicans gearing up for the 2024 race at the cpac conference, which is being held in Maryland this
"rachael" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"The worst thing I think in mobile is that energy fucking lightning bolt thing. Whenever that pops up, you just write, I didn't even need to say what it meant, but it's a game ender. It shows up and you're like, worst type of microtransaction there is. In fact, let me do everything. Even if you just want to extend it, but don't just inject that lightning. It's like you know every game from Simpsons to a lot of the new net marble have some kind of adjustment there, yeah. Dude, it feels so dirty, man. It feels. What's the big one Rachael legends? Because of the promo and I did it on my laptop and yeah, I played for a bit. I was just like just let it run. Autocomplete yada yada yada, but I got to a point where I'm like uninstall, please just my wife does the merge games, merge dragons merge wizards, merge universe, merge them, and what they do is it's the same game. It's just that they adjust the art, so it's like merge dragons, where you're merging and raising dragons, merge wizards, where your merging and raising wizards merge universe where you and what happens is they catch you because you're timed out and all of them and you need to buy lightning bolts in all of them. And luckily, she's pretty smart and she'll just jump to each one and she has enough that by the time she rolls back. She'll have some energy. But dude, come on, if we're meta game in the meta game to make sure that the mobile game doesn't steal. All of our money. That's like, I don't know. Something's gone wrong. Yeah, something's a little off. Josh, do you do? Have you done any mobiles? Lately? Not switch. Or handheld, but like, true. Yeah, I haven't had one that's really grabbed me. I've tried the I tried one of the Star Trek ones in the past. I played the auto battler marvel one. I've enjoyed those. I was going to try the marvel MMO one, which looked amazing, but it just immediately drained my battery. So I was like, okay.
"rachael" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"That alone went viral, but then later Rachael Ray said, hey, we're going to pick up the slack and we're going to keep on sending you those flowers. So that it doesn't end. It's without our dad's notes, but it's a beautiful idea. And I have to I have to talk to her about doing it through circle. Is that something that we do as well? I mean, those are the kinds of stories. And I'm so glad that you've seen them too because there's many. There's many like that. Yeah, so people do get it. But it's in conversation like that. Like this, where I think you could say, oh, it isn't overwhelming. I mean, you're talking about you're talking about these beautiful handmade cards, which is that's art. I mean, between your photography and you making them. These can be two. So when you go into the circle at app, it's by holiday. And we have a card for everything. It's kind of funny. But they are cards. But they're different because for two main reasons. One, because they're extremely personalized. You're either attaching a voice message or a video, and that is going to be addressed to one of the family members in your family tree that you add on to circle it. And then the unique part is that you are setting a future date. Any future date. So once that's sent, it's going to populate onto their little page and it's only for them. And it's private and secure. And it's in one place. It's one secure place, so it's easy to locate. It's not, you know, you can't future send an email. No one's going through boxes later. You know, you just want these little precious moments. And it could be many precious moments. It could be, you could take a photo of that card. Or send that personal card and then say, hey, and I have these, I have these digital ones that are coming your way. But once they join your inner circle, they're going to see it. They're going to have a little envelope. And it's going to have the unlock date on there. And then they can save that media. So that they always have it. And so it could be, I like to say, from personal experience,
"rachael" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Rematch we can do at any time. Everything. And I'm sure we've talked about this. What exactly was there a singular incident that damaged your back or was it just cumulative? Man, I had a really long story short. I hurt my back, herniated disk really bad in 2002. Not even from Rachael you get a phonebook in a cabinet where you try twist and bend over, plus Chubby Checker was on now, but.
Who Is Rachael Rollins, the New U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts?
"It's the new United States attorney from Massachusetts newly confirmed She was a district attorney before that you know And I'll just cut to the chase There was wasn't that long ago she had cop lights on her vehicle And pulled up against a woman Yelled at the woman Like an unhinged nut job Turned on her siren and her lights Apparently threatened to arrest her The woman was shaking she doesn't know why Rachel Rollins is black the woman is white The white woman it turns out is also a Democrat She's a former Soros act as Rachel Rollins Suffolk county district attorney She's now the United States attorney for Massachusetts Nominated by Joe Biden and confirmed by the Senate After this car incident there was a reporter for local station Boston 25 news reporter In January of this year didn't confront her very polite very gentle speaking actually gentle behaving To ask her about what took place Because the woman who was absolutely shocked and shaken but what just took place Had called the local police department to report but her officer their officer had done and gave them the tag number And they said that's not one of our officers
"rachael" Discussed on Relentless Geekery
"You know, they have shown over and over that the mind can the placebo effect. If you think you're getting this medicine, you get better as if you got the medicine. And we've all heard laughter is the best medicine. A good mindset. And how it improves and it really does just in general health. But they can't do it for antibiotics, but there's no verses. They can work very similarly. But they can't really prove this scientifically. I mean, for me, I love that because that tells me there's still things we don't understand. There's something going on, but we don't know what it is. And I still think there's answers down in the quantum world along with this. Reiki is really explained to me is channeling energy to help heal. Okay, that I mean, can be totally explained if you get into quantum physics. You can't use quantum physics as a substitute for the word magic. There's no detectable energy. There's no way of duplicating it under controlled conditions. There's no reality to it, except our belief, and so I don't go to when we can explain to the quantum world because that is the latest word for, oh, it's phlogiston. That's where flames come from. Do you know what I don't disagree with that? I don't disagree with that. What I'm trying to say though is my point is there's still a lot of things we don't understand. And I think some of these things at some point could be understood and explained more scientifically. We just don't have that knowledge yet. The placebo effect being one of them, reiki could be something. You know, it's just I'm not saying there is. And I'm not saying it's explainable right now. But I just have that. It's my belief that there is an explanation that we can't get to right now. The way I think about it a lot is that it's not a yes no, but there is a spectrum of how could how much could it be true? And when they've studied something extensively and over hundreds of years, and there is continues to be no evidence for homeopathy or true acupuncture or Rachael or any number of other things, the fact that it sometimes works is interesting. That it's cool to see that other things have failed of this finely helped, and so I want to be yes, there's a possibility that there's something out there, but do we have to kind of bring it into the world is, does it work for most people most of the time? Does it work predictably and that you can vary the dosage if you will based on the severity of the condition, all the other things that science is about about understanding and predictability and variability so that you can see.
Rachael Clark of Northern Kentucky University on Hope in Poverty
"And twenty thirteen northern kentucky university began a partnership with the west side neighborhood in newport a community across the ohio river from cincinnati and a few miles from our campus. The west side would receive help with parks community gardens public art and even a bicycle maintenance class. That was a way to teach science and math while having fun in k. U. students in turn would have experiential education opportunities early on in. Ku's community engagement team asked. If one of my psychology classes could measure hope in the residents of the west side. We agreed and also measured meaning in life. Hope is important because over the last two decades it has emerged at the moderately strong predictor of wellbeing on the west side. Most families live at or below the poverty line you might reasonably expect residents to have lower hope and meaning in life. They didn't my students surveyed west side residents and for the sake of comparison in k. U. students our findings published earlier. This year showed no major difference between the two groups. Indeed the newport residents generally scored higher for hope and meaning in life especially among newer residents. Who share a vision of what the west side might become as residents take greater ownership of the old neighborhoods future rather than seeing it to absentee landlords because of these surprising findings we decide to explore a results with a focus group with learned. That residents while hopeful. Personally were less optimistic about external forces shaping their neighborhood. They felt for example that municipal services were more readily provided to wealthier residents neighborhood and socio political factors impacted their levels of hope more so than individual factors still that didn't diminish their personal faith in their future or their commitment to a better westside.
"rachael" Discussed on The Virtually Inspiring Podcast
"With my dad for about thirteen years. And i absolutely love. I love events. I loved working with my dad's was a couldn't have asked for a bad job. Bovis salah traveling love time away. Spent a lot of time away when the children were let so many my children now a nine and ten. I'll be working. As and then i had my son marks an obviously. My dad was incredibly supportive but it is quite hard work being white. It's quite physical. Wow so fees ago twenty eighteen. I decided that. I wanted to find something. That was more heightened. So i'd be around more for the kids and my husband is a freelance sound engineer. So he works away quite as well so that was quite difficult between the two of us bouncing schedules and whatnot. So i did a marketing qualification. I have a level for c. I n. fashionable certificate marketing side. I put a lot of blood sweat and tears into the ons. I loved it but it was very hard working and doing that qualification at the same time. Then i couldn't get a role in marketing. They were other too low paid. Or they're in the centre of birmingham. And i live problems. Graves say taken the case to before and after school club. It was just really difficult. I did turn job down because of that. I just couldn't walk out. So i was looking for any kind of roles. Really emboldens grave a roll walking into for the head of learning development in a financial company from grave. My boss was lovely and we'd go on straight away and it was brilliant. So i did that for a year and then the business wanted to to stall offering seminars for their clients and because of my role in events my background events. They asked me to come along as events coordinator so i moved to marketing and saw it as an events coordinator so the program hadn't been developed yet so i was working along with the presenter or the person who would be presenter to kind of get off the ground to new venues and all those sorts of things and obviously covid happened and a type of events. I mean there won't be happening even still now. It's still not clear when they're be happening so unfortunately i was furloughed and then made redundant. That's kind of my story to up to last year and then obviously considered being virtual system while most about being virtual sister. What are the moment. I just loved the freedom and the flexibility. I love being able to take my kids to school. Pick them up. That was something that i definitely wanted to carry on ways after realizing that because of the break the pandemic i was dropping off court so why we were coming home. At six o'clock nigh and it was hard on them and may and. I wanted to find some way to earn some manet that i didn't have to do that was what i wanted to do. I want to reassess and do that. I mean i'm very lucky that my husband loves his job. he's scott i mean he. He's very demanding while he's a wire law. He's as long hours. I'm glad he's got and we have thought support so he has allowed me to. Have this be able to really find something that. I really wanted today which i am. I realize how lucky that is. But yeah i love. The freedom of being able to run gym is open. Go back and get some exercise while the kids are at school. 'cause they don't have much opportunity when the high because that's the sad. My husband's not around a lot so it's quite difficult so and just having a bit more. They've been able to choose things. I want to as well. I mean for example. Making this podcast. This is just amazing to me. That i can do this on. Its it's all four stays work but it's something that i never would have done bane in a regular job nine to five job..
"rachael" Discussed on The Virtually Inspiring Podcast
"I'm rachel field. And i in the house of virtually inspiring podcast. Let me just tell you a little bit about why. I'd like to y decided to do this. Podcast it's always interesting to hear other people's stories and to see if you can gather any bits of information from them that could help you on your journey and there's also such a lovely community a of assistance out there. I think pretty much everybody that i've spoken to has agreed and said that everyone is how full. That's no competitive edge. Everyone is happy to share information. And i really really like thoughts. I want to highlight how important virtual citizens are and how important they can be to your business. How can support you and help you grow your business and to help ultimately help you succeed. And lastly.
"rachael" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
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"rachael" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"Just that's where you. I had the inspiration when you recruit now when you look for for a good a good colleague to come into the business. What are some of the triggers. The traits the talents. That that you look for and sometimes you can spot easily might be hard to find hard to see. Yes so we i mean ultimately. We're looking for people who are waiting for customers. Say best now because we want the our cleaning teams our colleagues to speak to our clients to engage. So you know being confident being able to speak to a client. I contact all last key because euro knee as good as your front line in this type of industry and you're only as good as your loss clean as well and we want someone who's detailed so we do tasks some nice behind the scenes. Why will give them a reuben will ask them. Tell me how you would cleaning this room because obviously And you know there's a. Mac did behind a a personality type as wild latte. How they gang of how they would physically cleaner week do taxes wild where we do trials to go and do a trial so then we can actually see what they liked the Coaching with them and will help them got vigils things to help them do as well. Not try this pasta. Because i think sometimes employer will just check people into the band that you know we can teach so matches whilst that also help sign and just just you know Clean as around when a ceo was around. You know in the nighttimes in the office says and you got to have the meta personable while because fast reading a key. That's what we're looking for ultimately and then we can teach you to give them all the skills you know for all the other staff. Yeah you know something that that you said that. I think we often forget about. Is those those interview or training. That's really based around action scenarios or make see how people think i think too often. Businesses look at resumes and cds and we talk about the stoorikhel achievements or outcomes of the individual. But that doesn't really tell us what we need to know. And what kind of outcomes. We're going to get because it's tough. It's tough to interview and and make the right hire there. You know you. You built in a credible business. You have visions of the future. What's next rachel. you know. Rachel flanagan founder. Ceo of mrs bouquet. Or ed. what's it. What's what's next and.
"rachael" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"This is anthony grupo and you are in for a treat today on the roots of leadership. I'm joined by rachel flanagan. Rachel thanks for coming on the show. Thank you really really excited to speak to day. You know ritual. Every time i get to spend time with you. I just walk away so inspired and energized. So i know the listeners are going to get a great deal of from from our conversation so let me just give you a little background for the listeners. About rachel rachel founded mrs boucher at the age of eighteen. This was in two thousand and five and she started with only twenty pounds of promotional flyers. Right is that And i'm going to say a clear. A american audience talking about pounds as in as in a dollars and currency not in weight. So that was right right. Rachel just twenty pounds spent on promotional flyers yet just twenty raids which felt like you know massive amounts of money back then so and i think it was really think about twenty pounds in a hoover. Your ambition was a set up a consistent reliable cleaning service and to give people the opportunity to grow and you really invested in people. You've you've become one of the leaders in the industry you've been published and a lot of therapy thing from business. Live to all kinds of publications. And you're one of the most driven ambitious exciting entrepreneurs i've ever known so let's have a conversation. Yeah rachel your story is one that people dream of and dream about and think about every day in day. Can they do it right. Can they be rachel flanagan. Let's go back to the start in the beginning. And because what. What did you know you had to as a as a young girl you had this spirit. When did you know yes so hard. Isn't it when you kind of always felt this way. But i i think at a young age and just to give you a background of the business is out now. I'm so a way on track for this year for two million and we need grown by a million in the last twelve months through kobe. Jr am as well and we've got three hundred plus staff over the next three years. We're going to be an recruiting another three hundred and but yeah. I never really imagined. Deaths back then when i was eighteen. When you just said no. vote the spirit a Days to me. It's when you know. When i think about it now we're at because i've got two small children of all those little things that make you my man. My dad j.j. go into swim in last sentence. An having really good coach and a use to say to me. You know it doesn't just happen. You gotta be fished in the pool. And you're going to be the law in the poo. And i passed what i do. I always go a little bit Alia train early iras while and then doing some extra training at the end and two and swimming for me. That was really good last son when i was really young and and it was also wax..
Creating Consistency and Sustainability to Fight Unhealthy Business Habits with Rachael Rogers
"Let's talk a little bit about like we worked together for a year and there was. You did a lot of work. This is what i say. The the unsexy work. It's like getting really deep. Tell the audience to my listeners. A little bit about like your big lessons in that year of doing the deep gritty work rock. While i think first of all the first lesson that i had to learn was how to be consistent and how to show up consistently even when it didn't feel fund or I really thrive with unity in community. And when we have two or three people on zoom caller like one of our trainings. During the week. I would feel defeated and it would make me feel like well. Is it worth showing up for three people which sounds so terrible because those three people are absolutely worth it but when you get into your head and you start thinking thoughts about you know. We'll i'm at this level. I have this many people on zoom call. Those are all thoughts about circumstances. They are not circumstances. And so i really. That was one of the things that you you taught me to do was just show up consistently no matter. What if nobody gets on. Then you stay on for a little bit and you turn it off and you go about your day and then you show up the next week and you show through next you show the next week and So we did that. You know we did that consistently Another thing was really realizing that there were a lot of holes in the materials that i was providing to my team and we didn't have any solid systems What i what. I'd seen us do over the years. We had systems in place but anytime we saw another team doing this really amazing idea. We were like oh. That's amazing. let's do it. Let's implement it the week. Switch it up and we totally start doing that for a little bit. And then we'd see another new idea and we would just kind of bounce from system to system system. And i realized that that had really never served my team well and everybody felt confused and they didn't know what we were plugging people into and just this last week. Actually this is a little bit of a victory. In appraise one of my jewels messaged me and she said i just want to tell you. I'm really proud of the systems that we have. Because i was just able to send a very quick text to one of my ambassadors that just added a new person and bullet point exactly what to plug people into and it was like cut like so simple
Kanye West Caught Wearing Wedding Ring
"It looks like konya has been caught wearing his reading ring. The internet doesn't miss fish and was quick to notice this little detail with dj collared posted a pic of him now. It's been two months since he and kim filed for divorce. Why do you guys think he is still wearing the swing. Do think that he's still trying to hold onto that
"rachael" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"It in the car i do. Deficts was hardly a thing. You're still getting wasn't back. Melia the dvd and then mail it back. Yeah different doing our age. Age is getting worse every year right every year. It's this game. It's like i sit there and like the other out forms. Whatever and it's like you're you're born two thousand eight our might in you're a teenager a man i'm getting old. So how did you go from waco texas. I mean you just bebopping around in your twenties. How did you go from texas to franklin tennessee. What made that connection. Because that doesn't make sense to me either way. Yeah so let's be honest. It was a boy. I i yep it my freshman year. I met a boy and did that whole thing that happens. You like fall in love so freshman year enemy to the year of long distance because he was a sophomore Transferred to mt issue because his dad lived in nashville and ms working is that real estate so was working on a project there so he wanted to go into business with these dads to that made sense so we did a year long distance then like his dad is candidate. I wanted to go and visa. Obt visa additional training isa which basically allows you to do something with your studies within work and continue living in the states for a year and i was fortunate enough to get many extended because i was applying for another vs at that point so i got excited for the visa and it was to work for the gulf heis and basically his dad hasim contact in i came and i met is in chataway to them yet like it just felt right like again just so nice. I love the southern hospitality. So off i went after nationals i. I moved to to nashville and we moved to kill springs am and yet. We unfortunately didn't last very long game. I think like living together. You can realize that he is the one that he's not letting us definitely not the one so we moved in together the may and by the november i moved by was so i was still working for for a for the gulf high stat. Line in a move to girlfriends. Until i started somewhere on. Then you had just networked in my butts off big his. At that point when i was living with him like i was in new people. The gulf has a new yourself in a new like a few other people. But i didn't really like socialize eyesight. made me like play golf and stuff. I didn't really have much of a social life. And then i like made friends with 'em some incredible people that are sell my closest friends today and yeah i lived the life in throws so not hard to do very easy to find a life. Yeah yeah everyone's so nice there. I miss it so much. Yeah i mean it was. It was amusing because when you start working at golf house right and we enjoy this is the same time generally just became a thing right and and so you and i had our teams and it was like i mean it was a bloodbath..
"rachael" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"So i knew that as a huge opportunity for me but it can. It didn't nearly didn't happen. So i was at a college in fife suggested andrews and my lecturer there. He can start disease owned company and he came to us news at. Look if you're wanting to go d one or d two's like it will be x. Amount of money in can't guarantee a full scholarship. And at that point my family relate like we can't. We can't afford it unless you can. One hundred percent guarantee full scholarship. There's there's nothing we can do. That was it was heartbreaking. But i knew that okay that that's gonna the end of that like defa on unbeknownst to me my m my lecture had been contacted by junior college in texas and they had somebody that had just dropped An international player in the full scholarship on their asking if they if he had and he sent string videos and they are sold. So if i ever had only been to medical once when i was nine to go to disneyland's and i have never seen the college. I'd never met my coach in face to face. I hoped on a plane from scotland moved halfway across the world from my family and started as scholarship in texas in waco texas for two years. Badly crazy man. I thought i would brave leaving the going thousand miles away. No that's not. What was it like they wanna showed up. I mean you've never been to stay by herself. You've never even been to this state. So yeah what happened. You showed up and you're like Cowboy hats trucks and bootstrap fortunate enough for me. There was a girl who had previously played in the team. She's like five year goals in me. She also played for scotland and she went to the mclennan so message tired like the night before and i was like like is coach is nasa's comes acros like Is like a second dodd. Like you won't be disappointed. You opposite love it. So that can obviously cam nerves. A bit by turned up to the airport and i was picked up by coach. Stan and the Girl team lydia. Who's from london. I'm still best friends with to this day and it was so awkward at it was so warm at. I was like what day we then like. Like got in the car and we were. I flew into dallas fort worth so waco's like Drive from there so tourism. The car with two people that i've like never met an i just like i'm a chassis pearson. Anywhere anyway but like wayne. I like anxious. I chat more so thing. I talked the entire two ever is just talking to ask questions and stuff like that. Then we went to the school. We collected like a few of our like our tigers like our.
"rachael" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"A golf course called keto in texas and that's where he lives. He lives there but he has a house that has like the cloud jog in his front gate. Which and he was the group in front and someone said off towards in front of us and how funny told how in other those great ninety went go to tell the story so but no he was lovely a wish she'd done more since winning. No fin buck. I guess when you win the open you're like can put the clark jog your gates similar like jim furic so jim fiar can. I went to the same high school and so obviously thirty years apart but same high school and so what he had always put on his tournament for junior golfers and i caught him in the parking lot change in his shoes and every year the us jay gives you one of these little hats like the us open. Whatever right so. I happen to have the hat. He's right there in the parking lot. I have them sign it. It's the year he wins it at olympia fields. And i'm like i just had jim feerick Like signed this hat three months before he won the day thing and this is going to be worth some money. Nothing just never another major. The only got. I was like well maybe so or something. I don't know anything about it. I new idea that you don't labor one yeah. He came close a handful of times at the masters like stretch and then he had another run at the pga back. I can't remember where but i mean he. He was a local hometown guy right so everybody was kind of like jim. Fear was our hometown..
"rachael" Discussed on Junior Golf Blueprint
"The tv can see nassar's religion to this problem anyways today on the podcast. We have one of my favorites. I've known for a long time. We've competed against each and junior league matches help coach or a little bit on the way but he is from scotland. Her name is rachel mcqueen who she is tiny little course back in the early twenty ten point twelve point thirteen days so anyways rachel is taxes offer and bashes port especially for young ladies out there crawling recommend looking up do what rachel has dollar per game and her story how she traveled from pasta pine state on a win play. College golf do well so without talented too much of the story issue. Subscribe to the podcast. Watch us on youtube. She hit that will subscribe button as well. Let's get into show in this introduced. The rachel mcqueen was junior golf fans so today on the podcasts. I have the lovely. Rachel mclean. i'm known this girl for a long time. But she hasn't been in the states for a long time. She is the part at us and went to scotland backdoor home homeland and we got to know each other back in the days of coaching against each other and the junior league realms and that was a constant battle back and forth between the two our teams and then one day the united states government decided that she had to go. Unfortunately even my letter of recommendation didn't get her stay in the country so that was very unfortunate day for everybody middle tennessee but without further ado racial. Say hello to everybody. And how did you get into the game of junior golf..
Sri Lanka Beauty Queen's Crown Plucked By Former Winner
"There's a wild moment here at the mrs sri lanka pageant. The winners crowned literally got snatched mississippi lanka two thousand nine thousand nine. Who's also mrs world. Twenty twenty grabbed the crown right off the winners head. She told the audience. The woman could not be named the winner because she's divorced and then put the crown on the first runner up but turns out the winters not divorced. she's just separated from her husband and the krona since been returned to her erin.
Sheryl Underwood Breaks Silence After Sharon Osbourne's The Talk Exit
"Underwood is finally speaking out after her. Big fight with sharon osborne and she claims she has not received an apology. Listen to what. She said on our podcast. Been looking through my phone. Y'all now through my phone time out. There settled back as far. I go back as far as i know. That's another thing see. She tweeted her apology to pace tweet. Or whatever and everybody said oh you were not into tweet at all how you feel about that. I felt the odd feeling about that. The issue is for me. It's about trust and it's about. I don't want to add to the chatter in a negative way that we're not coming with positive. Solutions entrusting growth and evolution.
Matt James Confronts Rachael Kirkconnell Over Racist Past
"Is the bachelor faceoff. We've been waiting anxiously for today. Daily tells rachel why they cannot be together and things got intense watch. Most disappointing thing for me was added to explain to you. Why what i saw was problematic in while assaults and so when i questioned our relationship it was on the context of you not fully understanding my blackness and what it means to be a black man in america and i just want what's best for you and i am sorry. This is the door even slightly open or relationship reconciliation. Don't go away overnight. You like this hurts. But then i asked myself like i don't want to be emotionally responsible for those two years. I didn't. i didn't sign up to have this conversation. And i knew that i had to take a step back for you to put in that work. And that's why we can't be relished. Oh it was so good. I stayed up all night. I watched everything became an ira but we saw was it was intense. You could tell for everyone involved except for emmanuel man. He came loaded. He knew the right questions to ask he was comfortable was not comfortable because he was in that suit he was not. There's no way he was comfortable. That button better call. It's union because that is not even mad at the suit or the turtlenecks or the button. It looks fine. I'm sorry but that job. It was distracted. I was looking at this price. It's the whole time as my stylist ashley. Said she was like. I would have cut off at least the sleeves on the turtleneck. Because you put a turtleneck underneath that already super dickie those all in one. Oh my gosh. But he did a great job. You know profit manual. I felt rachel also did a great job in explaining their feelings and a very difficult difficult Way to do it. They were very careful.
‘Bachelor’ Matt James Dumps Show Winner Rachael Kirkconnell Over Racist Past
"It. What's going on with the bachelor? They're having a little ratings trouble. The bachelor had a lot of trouble last night. Um, For one thing, this is the end of the season for with the first black bachelor and you know that there was a big scandal that unfolded. Wind up round up, knocking out Chris Harrison, the host of the show, who was not on last night. He was replaced by another guy named Emmanuel Art Show, and Chris Harrison is probably out for good from the Bachelor world. Next fall. They're coming back with two seasons of the bachelor red. He's not hosting it. On. The reason is That the black bachelor Matt James chose as not to be his fiance, But I don't know what his winner of the final Rose Ah white girl from the South who had participated in Plant, a plantation party. I didn't even know apart. We don't know about this in New York, Dewey, a plantation party. They go. They rent out plantations and dress up like it's the before the civil war. And the governor's these southern governors with the black face from years ago or the sick? Yeah, And who knew that this was going on? I mean, we don't in New York. We don't know about this, but This was a shock that this girl participated in this ante bellum party and subsequent when the news got out in the pictures were published in all the tabloids, especially the English tabloids picked us up very fast. And what happened was Rachel Lindsay, who had been the first black bachelorette Interviewed Chris Harrison for extra and showed him these pictures and said, What do you think of all of this? And he defended it and said, Well, I don't know. Maybe this was okay a couple of years ago to be doing this. Well, certainly not ever OK? And, uh, Rachel Lindsey said Theo said to Chris Harrison on extra. We'll look at these pictures of this plantation party. What role would I play in this party? Well, obviously, the role would be slave. And this was like this stopped. This ended Chris Harrisons career cold and stop the conversation. And this woke this guy. I met James up to the fact that this girl that he had sort of proposed to, uh, you know, had persisted. Hated in this racist party. Well, of course last night on the show. He dumped her for good. And and she had Tonto try and explain, although very inadequately how she got involved in all of this and that, and she said she never even thought of it. If anything, She started dating a black man on the bachelor and didn't think to herself. Oh, you know, two years ago, I participated in this completely racist activity. It didn't even dawn on her. So, uh, you know, very strange stuff. The audience really tuned out during this conversation about race last night. They did not want to hear it. They only want to know about the bachelor and bachelorette when it comes to rose petals on the bed. And, you know, flying and hot air balloons. You know over Mexico, but they don't want to know anything bad that's
"rachael" Discussed on By His Grace
"Friends welcome to the by his grace podcasts. Can you believe that we are on episode. Ninety nine i am your host misty. Philip a dreamer and a.
"rachael" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
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Fine cattle and these animals being mocked greis removing them daily and in the spice of moving them. Johnny were also using that grazing to regenerate the though and the sole biology's coming back to live the eilly We've used is approx neutral soil. Which is like a whim. j. Send a friend of mine that her family product side. It's and we're following. The boss of a new zealand woman codes on nicole monsters. Who's written a book called for the love of soil. And she is a master in regenerating soil. Doing that on. God was cow with farmers around the world so abdrang for we ripple found partners because they want to repeal the idea that is to convert a huge sharing shed into an information spice so we can have field dies and we can showcase not only what the prophets look like for farming. Why also have the land fields when you actually Divests ecology you can actually feel it in your body and so we're hoping that we can restore the wetland restore replanting thousands of trays and this all has to happen. Unit ranch caring for keats in rotting novel. But but it's happening it's happening synergistically and beautifully a faint fascinated by the the node dig organic gardening. That's happening now. Way that gives an eighteen so a turnover. Say eight different. Crops are the ira growing season without any chemical visualizes. This quite a bit of that going on in you see not enough become a bit of aware of that either the last couple of years and it's one of those things that i think off. I was forty years younger. This is this is the but it sounds like the similar thing on a bigger scale. Would you be able to make a living out of a hundred acres was found right out. Definitely mike a living out of one. Ica you really could. 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"rachael" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"Welcome to the joys of binge reading the show for anyone who ever got to the end of the great book and wanted to read the knicks installment we interview successful series authors and recommend the beast and mystery suspense historical and romance series..
Rachael Tatman PhD Linguist and Rasa Senior Developer Advocate - Voicebot Podcast Ep 194 - burst 07
"Yeah so if you have multiples of groups in a population right and you want to have. There's multiple ways to value system if you are using automated metric to train your system. Your system is going to do. The thing that gets at the best results made metric. Talk assuming you set everything else. Up well And if you have one metric that covers a diverse population that has multiple sub populations in end one of those populations is the majority of your your inputs and this is not be over anything. You're going to end up with a model that prioritizes what works well for that majority group. Because that's what make the number go up or down if it's you know error and that's really hard to pick apart and not built into any model unless you understand the population. You're working with understand the subgroups and are you know you have a way to Identify a rate by group and analysis. Analysis is your data in a more In a way that's accountable for the underlying data distribution It's harder and it is very possible if you have a single model as opposed to say a model that is broken down by. Let's say dialect region by increasing performance for some groups you decrease performance for the majority
Interview With Rachael Tatman PhD Linguist And Rasa Senior Developer Advocate
"Rachel tavern. Welcome to the voice about podcast. Thank you grabbing me. Well i'm very excited to have you on this. I feel like this is long overdue. So i've been running this podcast. It's two thousand seventeen not long after you. And i met at a conference off of union square san francisco. I cannot remember the name of the conference or the hotel. The park central hotel But you'd made a really interesting presentation there. I wish i still remember parts of it today. So that's four years later. So what about about four years. Bow for years. This this This week even maybe this month certainly And then we had a chance to catch up For a quick lunch and talk about some things. I found it very insightful. so lo and behold you wind up raza. You're sort of in the industry. It's just like a perfect timing but let me let me let you tell your story a little bit. So why don't we start there for the audience. Who might not be familiar with you. Why don't we start with. Why don't we start with your background a little bit. And i think probably the academic background is a start unless you want to start before that so i think it's a reasonable place to to start so i am a phd in linguistics for my for my crimes And i got into linguistics physically. Because i actually going back and reading like Application materials grad school while ago and They were specifically about how i wanted to help. People build language technology. That really worked for everybody in helped make the world. A better place idealist. I can. I had like a lot of ideas. About how hollywood technology would make the road better so which i still think i still hold another one. And at that point i was really into speech and speech perception production from a human standpoint. So how humans perceive speech how to humans understand things And i realized that. I was working on this sort of designed experiments with an eye towards informing automatic speech recognition systems that people who are working on an automatic speech recognition natural language processing automatic speech recognition. We're not going to conferences. And we're not really reading the papers. Don't resident to shift more and more and more into natural. Language processing into more computational approaches In my dissertation i had a big be role experimental component big valuation component. And then also. I built up machine. Learning model that tried to emulate some of the things that humans did and specifically these were all around The ways that you use social information in speech production sorry in speech perception understanding each the you here and as part of that debate evaluation of a bunch of sr systems and this was in two thousand sixteen so awhile ago Looking at the ways that they were able to handle linguistic variation like a regional dialects. Or on i looked at african english I looked at gender and how that affected performance and it turned out the performance was best. You know white people who spoke very standardized prestige dialect not so much people who had a variety of language associated war with regional identity in metric. Finish my phd. Starting my data science wasn't a field. Who could do the entity. It was so i went to haggle which is owned by google So we all may be familiar with it. it's a There's a competition component Where people compete to do supervised machine learning problems and whoever does best wins. And there's also a Posted coating environment that they have and data hosting and was working more on that sort of infrastructure side of things. And then i was talking about this. A little bitter You know it's a little bit by this startup. Bills open source framework for building conversational. Ai conversational assistance rosza. And that's where i am now so i am Moved back to more of the inoki space more humour language students of like dita science more generally. I'm that's been my path to hear
'Bachelor' contestant Rachael Kirkconnell apologizes for past racist actions
"With one of the contestants name is Rachel Kirk Connell. Now she's not just contestant. She's one of the Brun runners for Matt's heart, They believe so anyways, photos of her have been dug up from before she was on the bachelor at a plantation themed fraternity formal. So think of a formal dance where you address up in the old Southern gout ball gowns and the gentleman would guess maybe dress up. Like such south Southern soldiers, rebel soldiers. Anyways, that picture plus a few pictures that she liked that feature the The Old South and the Confederate flag because a little controversy now Rachel has come out and said I was ignorant, but my ignorance was racist. I'm sorry to the communities and individuals that my actions harmed the defended. I'm ashamed about my lack of education, but it's no one's responsibility to educate me. Chris Harrison, the
California's beloved Albany Bowl closes doors for good
"Has forced us to take more of our social and recreational activities outside, But one activity that has to be played indoors has been especially hip. Hard by the pandemic, and that's pulling Quds. Nina Sparling has more AH, fun. 10th birthday party meant one thing to me in 2000 to a trip to Albany Bowl. I didn't think that would be the last time I ever tried for and the mist a strike at the East Bay Institution, Albany Bull announced it has closed its doors permanently last month, making it the sixth Northern California bowling alley to shutter in 2020. Bob Thomas, the executive director of the Northern California Bowling Proprietors Association, says the pandemic has devastated the industry. And this was heartbreaking to see people that have known to leather have the business is kind of taken away from them. Most of the 250 odd bowling centers in California still plan to reopen one stay at home orders or lifted, but it's been tough for the mom and pop owners that run many of them. Molly Bradshaw owns the Mission Bowling Club in San Francisco. So we lost half of our business is about more as a result of coded a P P. P. Loan Captain. Mission balling afloat for several months, but that money ran out in October. Rachael has had to pivot to offering take out food, she says. That's not sustainable, You know is the finger in the dam and the water is it's never stopped without an injection of federal aid. She only has enough saved to keep the place open for three or four months. I mean, a Sparling KQED knows
From Orthopedic Surgeons to Steel Suppliers: How Facebook Ads Can Scale Any Business with Rachael Doukas
"Rachel say what's up to fire nation and shears the interesting about yourself that most people don't new high fire nation. Thank you so much for having me. John Ya something about me that most people don't know it's I actually wrote and developed for short films with my sister and we recently finished writing our first feature film. That's a family drama and we're planning to shoot that in April twenty twenty one are we talking an upcoming netflix original? Rachel. Maybe we're not are not sure yet it say it's actually a family drama film. It's based off of one of our shorts but cool out we'd. Love to get it on the streaming platform and everything I love actually about Netflix and the other shooting platforms you're experimenting with a ton of different things like it's not just these hour and a half blockbusters anymore there's like one minute video six, minute video shorts all these different themes I mean man to me this is the glory time for both actors, actresses, writers, producers there's just so much opportunity out there super bowl but fire nation as I shared in the introduction when we're talking how facebook ads can specifically scale any business. So first things first Rachel and why don't you just KINDA LEARN How you kind of got into this at all and what do you define as a hard to market business which has been what you've really kind of focused on as your specialty shore. So I got into this I started my business in two thousand, twelve before that I was working for my family business which encumber real estate and I was Yeah I. was doing a lot of the marketing there, and we were using facebook to bring in leads people that were interested in office space and I remember one day. My mom just said, you know, why don't you start your own business and it was something I really wanted to do and then I just got into it and I started getting new clients With different types of people and then really focusing in on these like hard to market businesses and so really what I define as a hard to market business it's it's a business with a product or a service that doesn't provide instinct gratification or it requires some sort of customization to suit the customers needs. So for example, if you wanted to buy like customize deal horse stable to house your five. It's not going to be like as simple as just buying a t shirt online from your favorite store where you can just add it to your card, and then it's at your doorstep There's a lot more that goes into it when you're orders ordering something like this There is customization so you may have to fill out a form on a landing page or website that goes to the company that asks specific questions like what kind of features do you want for your co Horse Sable, what are the dimensions and then after that, you'll probably end up getting a call from them more an email just to clarify things and to make sure that they're on the same page as you and they can accomplish what you're looking for So it's it's not easy as you know, one, two three, you're done You know another quick example is like a nor an orthopedic surgeon is also a hard to market business. You know someone can't just go online and buy new replacement they have to go through a journey they you know they may see an ad for an orthopedic surgeon and again have to fill out a form and provide more information. Let them know what type of insurance they. Have Secede. The surgeon can even help them and again, then they'll have to speak with someone on the phone and and you know again, get more clarity to make sure that the surgeon can actually help them. So there's really like these types of businesses they require a lot of care effort and creativity to get people in
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