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Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize

"My major runner for a big name singer songwriter there's no shortage of love for Lionel Richie as friends and colleagues in the music world attended a special night in his honor he received this year's George Gershwin prize given out each year by the library of Congress Richey who has had a big string of hits over the decades got to hear others takes on those hits during a tribute concert in his honor among those paying tribute Gloria Stefan Luke Bryan Chris Stapleton and me gal Anthony Anderson hosted the whole shebang will be aired on may seventeenth on PBS I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"richey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"richey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I didn't mean this offensive but but i want you to understand what that means. Because he's from the hood. I'm supposed to agree with him without monolithic under you. Just making arguments from authority saying that. You are from the hood. But i see this is just a fact so a gentleman just because he is. It doesn't mean that. I agree with his ideology and just because he's an american black person doesn't mean i agree with his political philosophy economic philosophy. Here's the here's the point. I'm but i still. I still want to finish the point. Then i'll yeah. I don't forget the damn point all right there was something about Job workforce okay application. You art so the majority of the study show that if you put in an application you list education experience you put in ethnic sounding name. You don't get called back at least twenty percent or more drop off rate for those who haven't ethnic sounding name same applications submitted. Same company bone. Put up white sounding name on that application study after study. Show that with the same background. Same educational Information they got a call back twenty percent higher or more than the application. That was the exact same with the ethnic sounding name. Now i mean there. That debunk that a minority of studies. Seoul wrote a whole book on that. Right discrimination and disparities on. I'm not going to be your to get into the details that you know them better than i do. But i want to broaden it. We're actually could be helpful. Our viewers to kinda see where they might fall on this cup. Which i guess the question is you say yes. America's systemically racist right. Yes that means the systems and the laws reflect a desire to get outcomes different from what they were written by people that were racist like like who who wrote the constitution. They raise james. Madison was not a race. Look come home alexander and you could own black people and the right. Let's let's ask the question. Yeah so own black people. So how many states had already abolished slavery by the convention debt. Fine brother you can make. That are nine thirteen argument. They were ending slavery defending framed. The constitution thought black folks were proper. Tokyo like still can't get away from this is super important. I'm glad you brought it up. Show me one time. James madison alexander. Hamilton john jay said that in order to be a racist in your opinion or in order to be discriminatory against a group. You must say it out loud okay. So the best show printing no no. It's not so them. What about the behavior founders. Let's talk about the founders. Were anti-racist to use an uber mex- candy term. We are all born into a world we did not create. You agree right. That's right. Br so thousands of years before. Thomas jefferson walked. The george washington whitfield adams. All these guys slavery existed the mushin' should be who started the movement to stop it. The first ever anti-slavery convention was hosted in philadelphia. In seventeen seventy five chaired by benjamin franklin. Seventeen seventy six. The virginia declaration of rights was written by george mason. Which proclaimed that all men are created. Equal which heavily inspired the declaration independence. Let me finish thomas. Jefferson wrote the declaration of independence and vermont was so inspired by that. They were the first sovereign community of people to abolish slavery. Okay i'll keep on. Goin' are in the black people in the con- they weren't allowed to in vermont in the wider framers of the constitution on black. Some did some didn't wa. But why did something would be posted. Tradition predated should yeah. The tradition to a human was discussing cowhide behind tradition second. Let's first of all there's more slaves in the world than there ever have been before and there's still slavery happening on this an inexcusable. Go to finish those. You should be thanking. Thomas jefferson for saying in the consummate. Let let me let me finish. Please let me finish. Thomas jefferson signed the moratorium saying no new slaves are allowed to come into netted states as one of his first acts as president in eighteen. O seven the question should not be whether or not slavery existed. The question should be. Why was it starting to end. Okay that's the most important question but probably from fro you from your perspective but for me all of is very important. So let's talk about not only the racism of those who wrote the constitution but the sexism as well sexism. Oh absolutely brother Let's talk about names. Tell why james madison. Well we'll get to limp general right. Let me let me let me give some background to my proclamation. 'cause it may be provocative for some okay and intentionally so we call this place a democracy. You believe that no republic. We wanted a representative government right but they wanted a republic democracy. So we're not agreeing and there's listen. We're splitting hairs on that. Well yes in. Colorado mccall's public is a representative form of government. That's the definition. I agree i'll give you represented for government will not use the word democracy and that's best a distinction without a difference by the way no one one billion shrimp fried rights one has the will of the majority are so so. So let's go to. Who could vote in that republic based on their writing the constitution at at at the gratification of seventeen eighty seven. What whoever the states deemed. Okay now the question you might bring up. Is the three fifths clause right. Not only that but look why. That's not actually not when i'm bringing. Why did they put. That didn't help actually limit the power of the slave owning. I get it. That's another argument will be your all day for that. Because they wanted to limit slavery and arbitrary something brother. I.

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"richey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:40 min | 10 months ago

"richey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Permit no nothing constitutional carry because bearing arms is what a constitutional right. Yes correct boom. I'm good with that. Hundred percent. voting right depends on if you're a felon or not but is a right because of your family you're going to have a gun either. Yeah that's that's the question right. So i could extreme libertarian. Would say that we. Shouldn't we should allow felons devote. We should allow people about voting is a right absolutely but it's also it becomes not a right when it's not secure. You agree with that. You don't want alverson question your elections so let me now pose this to you constitutionally you have the right to bear arms right can be limited. You have to age into that right based on the state law. Yes okay you also can have that right taken away from you based on your criminal activity allen as we okay right up but you do agrees right. Yes but i mean like look rights are conditional under the current agreement. We've made with our government where the second amendment the fourth amendment they're exceptions. I think there's far too many exceptions most of the yield to rights on this and this is the point. I'm making to you if you're a big fan of constitutional care. Yes meeting no idea no permit. Well rock i think that's an oversimplification of the texas law. No texas says. You don't need nothing as you just said felons can't buy the guns. Then how do they know if they are felon exactly brother. That'll but exactly that's my point. It costs i if you're misunderstanding. Charlie research this up and texas law. Constitutional care does not require a prerequisite. You could just get gun here. You and no law enforcement agent agent can ask you for a permit. Nobody you walk around. Which i understand the point. You're making you say if you want to have as a fair policy on guns then. Why don't you wanna have lazy-faire policy on voting. Is that the question. Your here's the point i make. I know how that relates cove it. I'm about to help you brother if you believe in constitutional carry yes. Why don't you believe in constitutional voting. Why do which voter. Id is secure. No i for gun permit. Probably voting voting. Let me tell you why voting is how we build our government. I felt you benji government. It's true that's also true. Which is why we should have widespread going on gun ownership and we'll be able to protect ourselves against his. You usurped government. Let me let me this out. All right and i finished my point. I'm gonna make it gets to cove lucy. It's interesting okay. But voting is how we express our values and put people in positions of power. And if there's any question in the efficacy the integrity transparency and how those elections are done to entire system falls apart which is why i believe in transparent and fair elections and this idea that georgia somehow has oppressive voter laws. They have eighteen days of early voting way. More than delaware has they allow sunday voting which sold to the polls which. I'm sure something you're very well aware with. That's a misinterpretation of that. So i do believe in constitutional voting which is we moved to the states. Let the states do what they want to do with voting macos with gun laws as well as voter. Laws bars eliminate the connection. Okay constitutional carry in texas. No ide- no permit Again i think you're oversimplifying that law. Let let me tell you what there are. Federal laws like the brady bill in one thousand nine hundred six. That says that felons cannot buy weapons that the federal agents are able to get subpoenas weapons. You're oversimplifying oversimplifying the texas law. The texas law says we're not going to check damn thing if you're walking around this state with a gun right which takes us. I have no problem with the wiring. The weapon well remember you can purchase a gun from prov deal without showing they don't have the gun show loophole. That's been largely misrepresented kind of you're right now. Finish the arguments represented. We have to take a ten second break in just a second. Let me make this. Quick constitutional carry All good voting right constitutional voting Wait a minute y'all big in a constitutional. Okay all right now. Here's the final point everything we're talking about as far as regulatory agencies mandates for vaccines of mask protocols for covert nineteen is derived from the constitution. They're two dynamics that the constitution allows never said it was unconstitutional. I said it's roy two minute. But if he thinks little things that are constitutional that a raleigh not everything that is charlotte. This point brother if you believe in the constitution why do you dismissed. Article one section. It costs three or the tenth amendment of the constitution would give states and gives regulatory agencies and give school boards these particular powers. These powers are expressions. Don't there especially the constitution. But i say they're wrong to do it not that they don't have a right to do it okay. So you're making a moral argument all time. I guess kids airing a mask to school. Yes not only that. I'm making a moral argument of imposing oneself into a parent's decision to either have their child. Where a master. That's my time but a constitutional argument. Why have constitutional argument because the courts are open on this discussion about the constitution is not what will the con again. It depends on states constitution. That's unprecedent court's decision. No the logged on. A second date cannot override courts to change their minds all the time we dread stop praise. God we reverse that. We had the four sterilization of women in the nineteen twenties praise. God we wish that we had jim. Crow praise god that. I know i'm intense. Well the concert date some people throw jim. Crow was not the cost of welsh. But now they is the amendment. They use the state's rights right. Which is your argued right now. Bizarre when they use a states rights clause and perverted the statute. So we've always had those who mishandled statutory legislation. That's something common. I'm making a moral. Or i had an argument about childhood development. Gator but charlie you're literally disagreeing with the damn parents. The data shows over sixty percent of the. What about the phony. So you're you are. Let me just make sure. I'm clearing with a ten second. Break up you are okay with saying the sixty percent of parents can use force against forty percent. Again they gave us a mandate. Yes they can use a vaccine so this is a man. If address this thing is a mandate for that so. Let me ask you this question. Sixty percent of americans wanted to take rights away from black-americans is that okay. That's a dumb as a. Let me tell you why because anti for jim. Crosser is a democratic. It was an evil argument. back agree. And let me be clear. We're talking about the safety of children and mask mandates inside of a local school system that the majority of tax paying americans actually agree with so in the minority. We have clarity. I don't believe just because a majority of people believe something they needed to watch on this case. I'm with so we're gonna take it if you guys want to watch the rest of this charlie kirk show. Podcast had subscribe on the turning point. Usa that's it for. Take the charlie kirk show and we'll be back with more. Okay you want to take a water breaker. We'll keep going are. Is that okay with you. Yeah is good we okay. Y'all we're going to keep on hold on hold on may be bribe. I'm sorry i need a powder are okay selecting. Don't touch their hair. What time.

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A Debate with Dr. Rashad Richey on Mask Mandates in Schools

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 10 months ago

A Debate with Dr. Rashad Richey on Mask Mandates in Schools

"Welcome to debate night here at turning point. Usa headquarters honored to have with us today. Dr ritchie a very well known radio talk show host in atlanta also a college professor amongst many of the things. I'm sure i'm forgetting and today we're gonna be talking about co the mandates schools mass and so much more. The way that this conversation will go is a doctor. Richard will begin with some thoughts of for two minutes uninterrupted. I'll respond with two minutes uninterrupted and go back and forth in that format for about a minute each will take about a ten second break or a little bit break and then we'll just kind of have at it and so dr richard. Thank you for being here and the floor is yours. You being trouble charlie. All right. here's the thing mask. Mandates in schools are water was inappropriate. And here's why first of all the vast majority of american voters actually support mass mandates for schoolteachers and for those who are inside of the school system But look what it actually does and mask mandate people that argue against it. They say this is an true general civil liberties but think about it. A dress code is that in a true civil liberty. A vaccination mandate. Is that an intrusion on civil. Let me bring you back to k through twelve education again. One hundred percent of all public schools in the united states of america require vaccination to enter vaccine passport. Already play not a two percent of private institutions require a vaccine in order to ten. Let's go to the mask. Mandate the mask mandate protocol is in place for the safety of students. This is based on verifiable science ninety percent of those in the field of science the field of study they say yes it actually decreases the spread of covert nineteen. But now you have people around this country literally rather than throwing on the mask. They rather throw fist. They're fighting schoolteachers. They're fighting those that oppose them and they are threatening to fight school. Board members because of a mass mandate. I have not seeing this kind of activity at school board meetings over anything except for these mandates but remember mandates are already in place school boards. Have the statutory authority to implement administrative law given to them by the states based on the construct of the tenth amendment of the us constitution. These school boards well within the constitutional right and statutory authority in order to implement such a protocol justice. They have the ability to say. Here's the dress code. Here's the vaccination requirement. Here's the teacher credentialing requirements and. Here's what it takes to to the next grade.

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"richey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"richey" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite

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Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 10 months ago

Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children

"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite

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Masks on Kids: Science or Abuse?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Masks on Kids: Science or Abuse?

"Have to ask ourselves. The question is the chinese corona virus. The chief virus a serious threat to children. That's the first question. And so dr maccari wrote a story wrote a piece. I should say for the wall street journal where he studied. Tens of thousands of over forty thousand children with the virus was not able to find one child that died from the virus that did not have underlying health conditions and didn't have Some sort of immuno-compromised condition. And so you look even more broadly than that. This is from the new york times. I just wanna read this. Which has annual deaths among children in the united states. now this is per one hundred thousand people so children five fourteen years old. Have a two point one per one hundred thousand chance of dying from cancer. A one point nine per one hundred thousand chance of dying from vehicle accidents one point five per one hundred thousand die from suicide. We'll get back to that in the second point. Seven from homicide point six from cardiovascular disease point five from drowning point three from flu and point to from cova no that's not percentage that's per one hundred thousand so the question is if children are at greater risk of writing a clark school than while the sudden we now mandate the mass for children's. I think we're talking about two different things. And i think we'll have a fun time. Going back and forth at the unscripted part of this is do. Schools have the ability in the authority. And is it a good idea. I'm gonna start with whether it's a good idea that we can get into the other one. It's an awful idea. it's bad for interaction. it's bad for childhood development. We already see the increase in mental health issues that i will go through some numbers associated with that but everyone is kind of experienced that in their own way and saying to a child who is not at considerable risk of dying from a certain virus. That you must change the way you interact. I think it's child

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"richey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

15:08 min | 1 year ago

"richey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Goal on time and that was the biggest phones because people love what they love seeing whether it's a project or a target loves seem like being read like it's just right there it's right below the pace and they make some progress today and then boom. It just goes from red to green like almost like you achieve the goal each day. That happens instead of just achieving which i was a huge takeaway was wasn't something i really like intend in the beginning but that was really fun to see and i see myself all the time i could. Project trackers and things. I'm working on stuff. And i'm like i'm a little behind on pace. I feel like. I just knocked it all out when i'm really for percents down or something about the project so that's really really powerful. A positive motivator. You go it makes a lot of sense especially when people see there in red but they look at the green where they can get to a. Can i do that and yes it's okay. Let me just do this. Whether it's will say something as simple as getting ten thousand steps daniel there look at. You know a tracker elaborate eighty six forty okay. Can i get another thirteen hundred steps. I let me walk around. You know my my condo complex that other a couple times or do this in the get there and they go okay. -ccomplish something i. It's for the phrase game. Five things in you know it's it is it's it's competition with yourself in a way but it's also a competition or just like account wanna get better reason when people download these types of apps or systems is because they want to improve they wanna make a positive adjustment in their life and having tools again like curious that make it really easy and intuitive to use. They can have the thing is it has a ripple effect on their life. It's like okay guys. So establishes better habits in great. Okay now i'm doing those things. Yes but the ripple effect of doing those things make you healthier happier less stressed that has such a huge impact on every aspect of your life. Not just feeling better and having a better digestive system and sleeping better and just being a happier individual everyone around you benefits from that not only family and loved ones but people you work with albeit remotely now but still. It's they notice. There's a difference in your productivity level will improve and you won't be as stressed about certain things and all of a sudden life flows and that's one of the things i noticed obviously with myself and teams i've worked with an individuals is when you capture that flow of life where life is flowing doesn't feel like jagged edge type of living literally just navigating through your days and and having your moments of okay. I'm going to work on this today or these are the two or three things i wanna do this week. And doing those feel you really feeling control like okay. Wow this is great and it just helps improve keeps it. It keeps you focus because again as i mentioned earlier. There's so many distractions that we can get know. Office can like a dog seeing a squirrel in a we could be going about her business during whatever we see a squirrel. All bets are off. We're chasing at going after it. And and all of that can get stuff. And i have a dog so i know what that looks like Same thing with us. We get distracted. We see a news alert. It's like this or if your a stock market trader all the things have been going on the stock market for the past few days. And what's going on with all of that. It takes your attention off of what you need to be focusing on. And that's why systems like an absolute. You have really make a big difference in keeping people accountable to themselves anything. That's a such a big thing that i think often gets overlooked with all of these apps that people download to improve their lives. I agree. I wanna mention thing. Before i forget think of something suitably to divert out. I think one thing that a lot of people have noticed based on feedback in kind of quantitative stuff in qualitative conversations. I've talked to. I think fifteen thousand people. I've done all the email ever since early company and i never outsourced or anything and it's give me a lot of you know a good taste of how people really like see it and feel about it and one thing i've noticed is that people are Hesitant to adjust. And i think like if you get kind of lost in the weeds and you don't realize this one little cacho lease next to one tree that giant forest and don't see divorce from the zoo it's really easy to For instance think that like other goal has set two months ago. That's my goal. You know it's up to you. It must have some like you said a board of directors or something. We talked about like that. I mean if it's somebody you know top down pressure okay. Maybe you might be able to adjust. Gold data the quarterly target. Or whatever is but Is it's something personal. You just choose to adjust expectations In my life my wife loves to say when you're stressed do less and i love that against it's so easy to like get in this vicious cycle where you start to You know On it and say like the only way is through. I just have to push through this on one next week. It'll be easier and and then before you know what you're happened everything's crazy you know and so so yes from to say it's really. It's a really important thing to be able to adapt little bit. And if you start to feel things are slipping or you're not s new controls us become jagged edge. It's important to change the goal if you can if it's in your power to do it than just lower a little bit even if temporary just do it just for long enough to feel like you can break that cycle and get your life back in their control so map. You'll that that makes a lot of sense that i love that if your stress do last. That's so critical in. I've seen so many people that i've worked with that. Were on the path to burnout. And so i'm just going to work through it signalled. That's not no you don't work harder. Let's knock that just. That's pouring gasoline on a fire. That's not gonna work we need to do is take a step back and look in. You just mentioned something about adjusting your goals your goals. You can adjust them however you want so if your goal is to lose twenty pounds a share in if you're struggling with it and of course i always i always find it ironic That especially in so many climates. You know it. In new year's resolutions starting january first a good chunk of the country you know has winter and ladies naturally are going a it's cold. I need to store. thanks so here. We are trying to lose weight january first. And you know it's a you know where we're going up against a brick wall and we're like how come we're not losing things because your body's going. Hey we wanna you know. We need the energy to store up. Because have you been outside. It's called and we need some installation. So it's one of those things raid. I tell people like okay. If you're gonna do that plan for the year but recognized that the first three months you may or may not have the success. You may want to see not. I'm going to lose this. But i'm going to start implementing some healthier habits in january but i'm not gonna necessarily weigh myself until april. Just start with the little habits or say okay instead of twenty pounds. I wanna lose five. Pounds implement the same habits and with activity and things like that and eating the right foods for you than yeah. The weight will come off. I always remind people to especially if they're trying to lose a lot awaits look. You didn't put all that weight on in two months. You're certainly not going to lose it in two months or at least keep it off. I mean you do you know what you know. Boxers and you know. Mma fighters due to cut weight. And all that stuff you. He'd drink some things and all suddenly lose a bunch of waterways like sure. Congratulations but guess what. Tomorrow you're gonna wake up and it's all going to be back so you don't want that so you know. The sustainable changes are things. The implement over time so that i love the fact that you know that that does that so so someone downloads. You know you're up. What are some things that they should be. Focusing on. I because i know there's a lot of things in it. But what are some things that they should really focus on. I two ease into things depending on obviously what they need to do. I like Almost looking at it like kind of like a two by two will matrix Our new things that are old. Are you know things you've done for a long time right. There are things that are hard. There are things that are easy. And if you look at all those. I like to kind of balance the those four squares so for instance For me like drinking water is no big deal. I don't know why. I just never some people i talk to are like. I can't drink a glass of water in a day if i try and ten reminders and for me a drink six every day right but for me i barely remember. You know like this thing or so for me. I always remember so these these kinds of things like were you. If you feel like something super super easy. I think that's a really important thing to keep track of feel like that's under control to recognize is not like everything's out of control. I'm not behind pays off track or confused or feeling like something's difficult battle with everything doing so it's important to have like an easy witness long. Say another thing though. I think is to have something to challenge. Kind of an audacious like you know really inspiring goal and that's usually something. I would do this long term. So i like to have one thing that's like a daily habit is just an easy. I probably do it everytime anyway. I'm just gonna get that easy win and then one thing that's kind of hard longer terminating. A couple things in the middle things that are you know. Maybe they're a newer behavior. It's not that hard like one example. it was You know obviously you don't want start like a navy. Seal fitness training regimen. If you've had worked out ten years right but if you're playing sports all your life you related that kind of stuff and you just can't fall off the wagon little bit you want to get back into. Exercise may be an easy thing for you but what you choose is really important so having a couple medium things it's like you said it's maybe an existing behavior but it's a little bit challenging or brand new behavior but it's a really low level easy version of it and so i like to kind of cover those really good starting point because if you have a A cover that spectrum. It's a lot easier to feel good the whole time because you're more likely to succeed with at least two or three of those four things And then the hard one is such a long timeframe. you're not gonna feel any given daily basis that it's like all messed up today. That's the whole problem right. You can catch up. You know so. I think it's good just to kind of set yourself kind of to yourself up for success from the beginning in that way and then over time you can build on it at more things. I love the analogy. Said it's like their setbacks in things you're gonna have good days you can have challenging days just like in professional. Sports did not win every game. You know you know if you're like you know unless you're like coach k. at duke. Yeah you win. majority are games. I was thinking a completely derailed conversation of just for a second. I was thinking about him for some reason. came to mind and and how you know. He's been coach at duke since the eighties. And i'm like doing the math. they're going. I don't like that math. Because i was a teenager in the eighties. And now were you know where we are now going. Yeah that's a pretty big gap as the wait. A minute coach k.'s. Doot that whole time and it. It's it's one of those things. Where in his situation. Time and time again systems go implement. You know you you win some games you lose some games and things like that but the the consistency is there with habit tracking things like that. You'll get consistent with it if you if you put the time into it. Let's go feel funny at first if you haven't been doing but you get into the habit of things and then it will become is automatic. Is all the routine habits you have in the morning or when you go to bed. There's things that many of us do that we've done forever and you just add those things to it and it makes such a huge difference in your life and in having a tool occurs to be able to guide them in a way that is intuitive but easy to use i think is a big thing yet has been a big focus from the very start was kind of targeting. I remember Simon that i guess that a like the innovation curve thing that he talks about and it was targeting early adopters being for sure it was just the people who are willing to try. Anything wanted all the kind of geeking out you know. They wanted all the flexibility and control all the settings. You can imagine. But i didn't want it to be bloated in complicated like i. I didn't want it to be like a photoshop kind of Just like to lars everywhere in a million buttons and hundred fields every every option you know and so i tried to keep it as simple as i could for development but also more importantly for the user explains Simple yet flexible is kind of been the guiding principle north startled time and i think one of the One of those interesting things to is that once Once people get into it for a while there are people who have probably fifteen to twenty things that i track each day. They're gonna come up as do today. summer goals were having some easy win. Some are more challenging things projects thing but there are people Like i just talk someone who had seventy two trackers Talked to people who have have over one hundred. Some people track like their livers. There's one as a personal trainer that has like two or three hundred trackers because they track all the different exercises in one relaxes and things for all their clients. So they have you know. Twenty or thirty trackers clients and stuff. So it's really cool to think like that can still expanding kind of scale for people but it's definitely good to start with just a few start with just a few of build over time you're like you said so the takeaway from this don't line up with two hundred things to track. That's all you're going to be doing is tracking things instead of doing things start really small ad accordingly and you'll make a big difference but may for them to keep track and things for their clients as well to use it in in that type of thing is you know kind of a crm type system. You know as well as innovative of that person to be able to do that. So kyle of love their conversation they work. Can people find out more about you. This wonderful app and everything else you're doing me to Dot com is the website for the south and then make progress dot com. It's awesome. I'll definitely have that shot so kyle. Thanks again for all the work you're doing. And and congratulations and continued success to thanks for listening to the this leadership show part of the breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering your business and your life..

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"richey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"richey" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Is a a newsletter and of course the goal setting. I'm a big fan of setting. And i find that if you write them down and follow them in have them where you can see them You're going to be more motivated. Reminded to work on them because in life especially during a pandemic there's so many things that are grabbing our attention that we get pulled away from what we wanna do. You know we get. I don't want to say sucked in. But we do we into elections in new presidents and the news and the pandemic and all these other things that are going on and it takes us off course and for me. I'm like okay. What am i supposed to be doing for me for my business for my personal life relationships. All that i stay in those lanes doesn't mean i'm ignoring what's going on in the world but it means i if i stay on my road than the path to where i want to get to more likely to get to instead of pulling off at the side and in looking and seeing okay. What's going on the world of thing totally agree. I called goal setting course on the right path for that very just focusing on values and prioritization and kind of sorting and filtering things a little bit and then you know figuring out what matters to you most you know you can you can still You can still attention like you said other things. Don't be completely oblivious to everything but it's a lot easier to focus fine when you have a clear perspective on the values and things kind of driving the other foundational stuff helps so much so much. So why did you launch the business. I always whenever i talk with. Authors business leaders created a business Many of them of course left a nine to five or some type of job to launch something. So what motivated you to do it. So i I was wrapping up an engineering degree systems. Engineering in two thousand eight so it was kind of at the bottom of the of that recession it was a most of the people in that industry were going into manufacturing and that was one of the hardest hit industries so i just kind of saw the writing on the wall as is wrapping up thinking about getting internships and stuff. I was like well. I've been building some websites Just see if i can make this work instead and vast couple years of actually working fulltime on it after senior design projects everything wrapped up and graduation and barely eating the beginning. I just didn't ever get a fulltime job at just kind of slowly built things up kind of lean and get things frugal civil and slowly but surely built the business up and then The app store come out as well. And so i started dabbling in some some apps as well and then ended up selling all my websites. The lead businesses in completely shifted over to the the focus software applications and strides was the big one. I built six or seven different things but that was the one that i liked. The whole time started it back in doesn't eleven's it's been about nine and a half years or so And it was really just discretion Kind of thing. I just wanted an app. To track. Goals inhabits i can find anything in you love to do as apps i like counter avs notating nobis but i just couldn't find something to zoom out a little bit bigger picture and so it resonated with people and i just kind of gradually improved it in rolled i was actually rolling the revenue. All the profit it back into the business developed faster From the very beginning. And then once i saw the web businesses i you didn't income again so i started taking a little bit of the come from it but yeah phone just building it up in a couple things that jumped out at me number one back in the great recession of two thousand eight house so many businesses were launched during that very difficult time and it reminds me of what we're facing you know during know twenty twenty and twenty twenty one with this pandemic where. I'm excited and optimistic to see you. Know what product launches are going to be birthed out of this timeframe because we know you know so many things like your product. For example in is great. I love. I love the fact that is a higher level view of all these connection. Thanks because actually had an interview the other day with somebody that works in. It field in their consultant in and whatnot and they were talking about microsoft and g. suite and in how those ecosystems are starting a lot better than they used to be. You know go back. Years with microsoft. Everything was destroyed. It was like a kind of work together but it really didn't and now there's a an effort to say. Okay here's a system where you can see everything. Everything connects in your software. Does that from a goal setting and stu list and all of these other things because again one of things with habits and you know this and hopefully people that are listening are know this but if not well here. Here's a goes. Habits are difficult to implement. They take time and the more barriers whether they're self barriers or tech barriers or just life barriers to get in the way the less likely. You're going to implement that habit whether it's trying to lose weight. Exercise cut back on screen time. Whatever the case may be so if you have systems like your product that makes it easier the likelihood of somebody actually implementing. Something they wanna do is easier. Because there's not as many hurdles and kazumi frustrated. You know like you know. It's like this isn't working. And then you stop and then that's that so I'm glad that you had you know the insight to say okay in again you birth this out of something that you like. I'm not finding out. There what i need so i'm going to develop it. I'm gonna make it myself and it was the same thing for me in the burnt-out provincial. Work that i do a i was. The first client was myself. Because i had my own burnout journey recovered from it. Like i don't ever wanna do that again. What do i need to do in order to prevent. That looked around. See the same stuff pretty much. Everybody was saying but there wasn't any concrete water some steps. I can do what. What's the map. What's the roadmap the systems that i need to implement my life to make sure that i recognize the signs of burnt out and make sure that i don't even approach. Burn out again and after doing that like okay now looking around even to this day we me others more people talking about it. Still not a lot of like concrete easley to implement solutions races. We'll do this and this and this and it's like okay. Great someone may have zero interest in talking up. Yoga or meditation may not do it. I don't recommend it. I'm not against it by any stretch but recommended. It's like okay because there are some people especially executives that i work with Getting those individuals to just sit down is not an easy thing to do Because that's how they're wired. They're constantly driven and going Just having them relaxed okay. Well then we gotta approach us in a different way. Because i'm telling you to do something that you physically cannot do right now. It's like asking me to say okay. Go go outside and build a rocket ship been and compete with spacex. Not going to happen. It's not gonna work. I if i if i get two feet off the ground i'll be shocked and then it'll blow up and that'll be it but i'm not gonna do that. I'll leave that to the experts to create the ships that don't blow up in the payload and people up in space and all that good stuff so again so it you know talking to me about you. Know the client. Steve used or the clash. You have people that have used to suffer what you are some things that they've gained from this in some some of the feedback. You get from people. That's obviously made.

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Rapper MF Doom has died at 49

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Rapper MF Doom has died at 49

"To slip. MF Doom, a masked rapper who aren't hip hop fans and fellow musicians with intricate wordplay, has died. The British born rapper rarely appeared in public in recent years without his signature mask, modeled after the Marvel Comics villain Dr Doom. His death was confirmed Thursday by Doom's representative Richey Abbott. Jazz meal. Jasmine Dumela said in a statement that her husband, whose real name is Daniel Doom, allay, died October 31st. He was 49. The cause of death has not been released. Money news

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UK Higher Education News: The Chancellor's Spending Review

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

UK Higher Education News: The Chancellor's Spending Review

"Stop this week with the spending review. You trialed financing on jobs and jabs helen. Richey cena deliver a shot in the arm for ha setup setup spending review for the next year and we probably already had a good idea about some highlights public sector pay infrastructure investments in the office overseas aid budget. But i mean the review outlines that ambition for the uk to become a scientific superpower and this fifteen billion to be invested in r. and d. next year lots of things around uplift for uk our national academies commitment to build a new science capability and also to establish a new unit for commercializing research. An and this is all really good news for universities in general and it will you know we it will really help us to play our parts in contrbuting to the post pandemic economy and also for an institution like kale. It's really important that we're involved in the level pagendam and this also welcome commitment to unspecified amounts funding to support the preparation for domestic alternative to rasmus. Plus if we need but but outside that focus on research really isn't much to say about higher education There's a lot of attention given to the jennifer skills and i'm further education and there's a tantalizing suggestion of something around a flexible loan entitlement which i'm looking forward to but no order if you know. Fa or h. e. white paper no mention of the pace review or taff and to be honest. I'm relieved know that there are versions of all of these things kicking around government. And there's no doubt in my mind that major disruptive changes is on is on its way to higher education and last week's office shoots consultation on quality and standards gives us a hint of of what might be about to happen. But i think we could probably all do with a short period of just adapting to what the pandemic dealt delta's before we have to start worrying combat. The next thing.

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"richey" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"richey" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Bear but others disagree earlier this week I talked to a guy in Atlanta Dr Rashad Richey about reparations once you start down that road of historical justification for wrongs it never ends but more importantly and I know you've got a you've considered this point you may not agree with it but I know you've considered if you do this you divide Americans you can say lineage you can sample to divide him by skin color you have a specialized group that is now getting money from the taxpayers all of the taxpayers for historical injustices the current taxpayer may have lost ancestors fighting for the freedom of slaves they may have lost ancestors doing all kinds of positive things not going to go for doctor going to divide the nation and you're going to create more racial animus so the key element here is that the races will be divided African Americans and everyone else not just whites if reparations ever passed in Congress are signed into law by president which Biden would do by the way Joe Biden would sign it okay then it's going to be wait a minute what are we doing dividing this country by skin color because that's what it would be most Americans every poll say now this is not fair I had nothing to do with slavery my family had nothing to do with slavery and you can do white privilege all day long but you're not going to convince people that they should pay money to African Americans because of a historical injustice that argument is never going to be resolved so if it ever happened and again Biden would do it you're gonna have this huge division and instead of a country trying to come together we would be almost fractured for.

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"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Nine six seven let's go to Laurie in new port Richey yes I was wondering if somebody has a DNR my father that do not resuscitate gel I overturned last what do you are a living will there's there's two types of DNR this one prepared by an attorney which is a living will is a yellow sheet signed by a doctor right so a living will for example does not have anyone else's name on it it's a soft directive signed by your dad that he's terminal vegetative unconscious in stage he doesn't want to be artificially prolonged electronical and all this high tech or like life support equipment odd the document that I prepare says that no one can overturn that that's his decision so basically if two doctors come examine him and he's thermal vegetative unconscious and stage no chance of recovery and they follow the living world and no one can overturn that sometimes the challenge doctors on whether he's reached that condition so if you're his power of attorney health care Sir you could challenge that decision that he's terminal vegetative unconscious in stage and maybe come up with another doctor's opinion that he's not that way you could probably started a well I heard that lady talking about her mother pocketing the food and all that find out what he's doing and now they told me that he probably won't make it another five to seven days oh my goodness all right does that mean they're watching him and ideas he can only have enough like that shot type thing in his mouth water and more faith yes and people now that pain every four hours so I have to get out there before I ordered twenty do that and he says well you all you so you don't really want him artificially mane of prolonged because he's in this horrible condition was ever going to get better right well that's what I don't know because it gets me an art and I take care of all route and it just all of a sudden it got.

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Miami: Ex-Port Richey Mayor Dale Massad’s stand your ground case could tread uncharted waters

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Miami: Ex-Port Richey Mayor Dale Massad’s stand your ground case could tread uncharted waters

"Delay is happening in the attempted murder trial of former port Richey mayor Dale Massad the Pinellas Pasco judge agreed to put off the trial for at least several weeks after the side's attorney said new evidence was discovered he's accused of shooting at Pasco county sheriff's deputies during a raid last year

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"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And you know that kind of put you know our buddy Richey cramped on the outside so the show on the you know I think his first love is is pop your you know you want to change the chip there I believe it's two thousand fourteen right just you know how some struggles and and the funny car just like I did just you know I could tell just you had a you know a more of a love for for top fuel so I they could be really counsel for him to go back there and that ride the bike for them at the same time hopefully we can you know get funding in the future to our you know bring back another car and bring back our buddy Richey Richey Cranston who's actually had to actually is an Australian hours can be in in top fuel down under this weekend so he's happy staying sharp like the rest of us and you know and eighty minute he'd be ready to go find opportunity came knocking and how about the new rules in in the NHRA has implemented for the twenty twenty countdown to the championship it's interesting I don't look at on the fence about it I mean in the past you know yeah the room you know earn your way into do the countdown to the championship the playoff format in you know I think they kinda got upset about some teams not right in the the full eighteen events prior to the six race count down and you know they were able to to qualify for that which I mean that that just shows that those cars had better performance than than some of the whole time cars but either way I guess if it if it draws in more cars more quality cars are sport that's that's good because that's what we need but I still like the car taken away from the importance of the playoff now allowing you know basically more than more than ten cars can can lock into it but the in the day as long as you can you know when races and get a hot the right time and beat all those guys out the in the year for the championship that's what it's all about.

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"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And you know that kind of put you know our buddy Richey cramped on the outside so you shortly you know I think his first love is is talk you'll you know you want to change the chip there I believe it's two thousand fourteen right just you know how some struggles and and the funny car just like I did you know I could tell just you had a you know a more of a love for for top fuel so I they could be really comfortable for him to go back there and that run a bike for them at the same time hopefully we can you know get funding in the future to our you know bring back another car and bring back our buddy Richey Richey cramping who's actually had to actually is an Australian hours can be in in top fuel down under this weekend so he's happy staying sharp like the rest of us and you know and in the minute he'd be ready to go find opportunity came knocking and how about the new rules in in the NHRA has implemented for the twenty twenty countdown to the championship it's interesting I don't it's about it I mean in the past you know yeah the room you know earn your way into do the countdown to the championship the playoff format in you know I think they kinda got upset about some teams not right in the the full eighteen events prior to the six race count down and you know they were able to to qualify for that which I mean that that it shows that those cars had better performance than than some of the whole time cars but either way I guess if it if it draws in more cars more quality cars are sport that's that's good because that's what we need but I still like to try to take away from the importance of the playoff now allowing you know basically more than more than ten cars can can lock into it but the in the day as long as you can you know when races and get a hot the right time and beat all those guys out the in the year for the championship that's what it's all about this is the H..

Richey Richey NHRA
"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Second top fuel car beginning in twenty twenty that leaves J. are taught as the lone funny car driver in the Colletta fleet I went away for the second funny car and you know that kind of put you know our buddy Richey crafted on the outside so the show on the you know I think his first love is is top you'll you know you want to change the chip there I believe it's two thousand fourteen right just you know how some struggles and and the funny car just like I did you know I could tell just you had a you know a more allow for for top fuel so I they could be really comfortable for him to go back there and I run a bike for him at the same time hopefully we can you know get funding in the future to you know bring back another car and bring back our buddy Richey Richey Cranston who's actually had to actually is an Australian hours can be in in top fuel down under this weekend so he's happy staying sharp like the rest of us and you know and any minute he'd be ready to go find opportunity came knocking and how about the new rules in in the NHRA has implemented for the twenty twenty countdown to the championship it's interesting I don't look at on the fence about it I mean in the past you know you have the room you know earn your way into do the countdown to the championship the playoff format in you know I think they kinda got upset about some teams not right in the the full eighteen events prior to the six race count down and you know they were able to find that when you come back that you showed that those cars at better performance than than some of the whole time cars but either way I guess if it if it draws in more cars more quality cars are sport that's that's good because that's what we need but I so I could try to take away from the importance of the playoff now allowing you know basically more than more than ten cars can can lock into it but the in the day as long as you can you know when races and get a hot the right time and beat all those guys out the in the year for the championship that's what it's all about she.

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"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Top fuel car beginning in twenty twenty that leaves J. are taught as the lone funny car driver in the Colletta fleet I went away for the second funny car and you know that kind of put you know our buddy Richey crafted on the outside so the show on the you know I think his first love is is pop your you know you want to change the chip there I believe it's two thousand fourteen right just you know how some struggles and and the funny car just like I did just you know I could tell just you had a you know a more allow for for top fuel so I they could be really comfortable for him to go back there and I run a bike for them at the same time hopefully we can you know get funding in the future to you know bring back another car and bring back our buddy Richey Richey Cranston who's actually had to actually an Australian hours compete and and talk your down under this weekend so he's happy staying sharp like the rest of us and you know and in the minute he'd be ready to go find opportunity came knocking and how about the new rules in in the NHRA has implemented for the twenty twenty countdown to the championship it's interesting I don't look at on the fence about it I mean in the past you know you have the room you know earn your way into do the countdown to the championship the playoff format in you know I think they kinda got upset about some teams not right in the the full eighteen events prior to the six race count down and you know they were able to to qualify for that which means that data shows that those cars had better performance than than some of the whole time cars but either way I guess if it if it draws in more cars more quality cars are sport that's that's good because that's what we need but I just like to kind of take away from the importance of the playoff now allowing you know basically more than more than ten cars can can lock into it but the in the day as long as you can you know when races and get a hot the right time and beat all those guys out the in the year for the championship that's what it's all about this.

J. Richey Richey Cranston NHRA
"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Nine point one new port Richey ninety four point five scene three one oh five point nine Tampa W. X. T. B. ninety seven point nine HD to clear water nine seventy WFLA and online at WFLA news dot com good afternoon I'm Felix Vega the United States Senate may take their final vote today to confirm the appointment of Florida Supreme Court justice Robert log eleventh circuit federal court of appeals following his nomination by president trump look as one of the two justices appointed to the state Supreme Court by governor on to see if this was up for nomination by the president just as barber logo is expected to be confirmed by the Senate shortly after the vote on justice lock the governor is expected to name their replacement sometime in February for some charter school students standing near heart bus stop in Tampa are lucky they weren't seriously injured after two vehicles collide because you have been a strike the teens on Monday Tampa fire rescue officials say the driver of a Chevy try to avoid the initial crash on Florida Avenue but click the van instead listen to the nine one one calls one of the teens call for help yeah right there was a person walking on a bicycle they were we were at the bus stop and to cause him longer by it I'm getting some way okay don't move officials say the students injuries range from road rash to some lacerations one of the drivers was given a ticket for careless driving more more cities around the state are banning the sale pets in favor of adopting due to problems reported animals from puppy mills Lawrence Nicholas with Peggy Adams animal rescue league which is just taking in more than three thirty dog seized in west Palm Beach says the collected animals were called in to authorities weather traffic are next on news radio WFLA I feel it's Vegas it's no secret everyone wants the best doctors and nurses and Kaiser Permanente employs some of the best around but there are a few other best folks would like to recognize the pharmacist the social workers psychologists the vision assistance drivers the home healthcare aids the list goes on.

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"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One new port Richey ninety four point five scene three one oh five point nine ten W. X. T. B. ninety seven point nine HD to clear water nine seventy WFLA and online WFLA news dot com good afternoon I'm Felix Vega our top story of for governor on to see if this is updating the public on the state's plans for hurricane Dorian well this is in the Palm Beach county emergency operations center earlier today I'm pleased to report that our our Florida's request for direct federal assistance has been approved by the president that will enable us to draw down more federal resources in anticipation of this storm I had a valuations the governor says the Florida department of transportation as what the shoulders of I ninety five another major highways around the state to ensure they'll be open to those leaving also told will be suspended on the turnpike and other toll roads once evacuation orders are given coming up next the bay area bracing for Dorian first check on traffic from the forest central credit union auto loans traffic center will look at a big delays right now in port Richey Pasco county US nineteen affected north and southbound from a crash at regency park Boulevard you can you scenic drive for an immediate alternate to avoid the selesa will certainly keep you posted heavy traffic keeps building over the Howard Franklin bridge into Tampa north on two seventy five were backed up to the hump now we're still in decent shape on again the bridge of the corner came a causeway no report of problems on the bayside or the sunshine skyway bridge page Carrera newsradio WFLA still partly sunny with a fifty percent chance of showers and storms for the rest of the.

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"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"But in new port Richey we do have a rollover crash already this morning that would be on state road fifty four east bound east of Madison street and state road fifty four is closed here I seventy five up to speed throughout the area don't have any problems right now on the Howard Franklin or on the sky way this supports laws by the Florida department transportation Hey you the one who just thought about checking your phone how about don't that texture on red notification to wait till you get there did you know you can now be stopped and ticketed for texting and driving in Florida if so put that phone down and focus on driving no traffic update five twenty K. long newsradio WFLA it's thirteen minutes after five on A. M. Tampa Bay and course hurricane Dorian is going to be our focus here this morning and now expected to be a cat three as it moves ashore along the east coast of Florida and it should be early on Monday morning this is certainly going to be a major disruption for Labor Day weekend for people have plans and I can only imagine what it's going to cost Disney because Disney is going to be at the heart of it on Labor Day you already had your plans no yeah they're done yeah we had planned to fly to Charleston South Carolina and spend the night I think there and then one in in Hilton head then another one in Savannah and another in Amelia island and then down to Disney and then home then we had the long weekend planned but that's exactly the area it's going to be impacted by the hurricane I mean no use going up to you don't place Charleston and Savannah it'll play store hunter this weekend no no storm hunters there and but there will be no lines at Disney boy has got off the ride you're right back on they're also opening galaxies edge today I believe so that's going to be pretty disappointing for some people they're trying to find the new Star Wars world they have yeah they were open to to today and they picked this week to open it because of the Labor Day weekend crowds and of course crowds are going to be there but ended who knows a thing may change Dick double as we see and I thought it was gonna hit Porto Rico it's this seems a worse as passport recover will have updates on Dorian throughout the morning but most of these forget the spaghetti models another name for can we come up with another name yeah linguine model angel hair models ten day Hey model short track though well anyway below most of the models have it coming up along the east coast and then turning in line was fifteen minutes after five and we're gonna be hearing from least ban on this thing in a moment so we're going to go right to Chris track man right.

new port Richey thirteen minutes fifteen minutes five twenty K ten day
"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One new port Richey ninety four point five scene three one oh five point nine ten W. X. T. B. ninety seven point nine HD to clear water nine seventy WFLA and online at WFLA news dot com important bird our top story at three o'clock five short finned pilot whales that stranded themselves at Reddington beach this morning are getting help from marine biologists three are being taken out into deeper water to be released to others will get a stop at a tarpon springs pool run by Clearwater marine aquarium no marine mammal specialist Jessica Powell says these creatures were almost a ton for animals that we have granted are between thirteen and fourteen feet we think those animals are adults we also have one smaller animal that's about ten feet long and we think that animal is the thought that or a juvenile the wheels were discovered early Monday morning near Gulf Boulevard and one hundred sixty first coming up Florida's Attorney General says no to assault weapons referendum from the former social credit union auto loans traffic center so far were pretty good shape in Pinellas county we do have one accident that may slow you down heading west on Turner street at highland Avenue were seen southbound delays on highland as well other than that we're looking good across the bay area bridges no delays getting to either side of the bay authorities are clearing a crashing south on I. seventy five near Gibsonton as well as northbound bridge finance Boulevard at the county line road area no reported problems on my for just a brief delays westbound approaching the interchange in Tampa page Carrera newsradio WFLA the forecast to thirty percent rain chance through the afternoon going from around ninety two to seventy seven tonight.

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"richey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Are back it is arts overnight, America with Jeff Richey. Follow me on Twitter at Jeff rich talks. And again, we are streaming live at sports vile. I dot com with Monday through Thursday nights here in that work and. We're talking baseball talking basketball. We've got our file of potentially coming up here. Warriors likely against. I'm gonna say the Milwaukee Bucks because the home team has won every game in the series by. We've had in the world of sports. Jeff rich Cup you sports.

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Apple cancels AirPower wireless charging pad

Vector Podcast

12:08 min | 3 years ago

Apple cancels AirPower wireless charging pad

"Apple has cancelled airpower. That's not an April Fools joke. It's not a typo. It's not a hoax. It's not a glitch in the matrix airpower is dead. And here's a statement. Apple sent me about it. On behalf of senior vice president of hardware engineering, Dan Richey, oh after much effort, we've concluded airpower will not achieve our high standards, and we have canceled the project, we apologize. So those customers we're looking forward to this launch. We continue to believe that the future is wireless and are committed to push the wireless experience forward. Now, I've already made an air power video that covers the history of the product from announcement too late last year and a link to it and the description, so I'm not going to rehash any of that here or now, but there are so many questions so many hot takes so many rush uploads pubs and so much misinformation and misunderstanding circulating out there. I felt like I had to try at the very least to help all of you who support this channel all the time understand what happened and why? At least as much as possible for anyone outside the air power and executive teams at apple to really do that. So I'm Renee, Richie, and this is vector. Now, I was there at apple September twenty seventeen event where they announced airpower, and I was there in the demo room where they had the nonfunctional dummy, and I post and I pride at it. So I'm going to try doing this video just a little bit differently. In other words fact, this no seriously, we're going to FAQ all of this. Why didn't apple announce air power back in September of two thousand seventeen if it was never gonna ship fair question. Apple typically shows up ships. The keynote happens and executive hold up a shiny new product and says it's available that day. We'll be up for preorder that day or that week. It's what we expect. It's a big part of what makes apple apple sometimes though, it takes longer. Sometimes apple announces early to get ahead of industry or regulatory leaks. Like, the original iphone, which was shown off in January of two thousand seven but only hit stores in June or. Apple watch which was shown off in September twenty fourteen but only shipped in April twenty fifteen sometimes apple announces early to give developers extra time to get apps. Ready like the Intel Macs or the original I Pat or just to show their commitment to developers like the twenty thirteen MAC pro or twenty seventy nine MAC pro. And sometimes just sometimes apple announces early to show their commitment not to a community, but to technology with a halo product meant to help push the industry forward like when they deleted the headphone, Jack. But introduced air pods or. Yeah. When the added Chee standard inductive charging to the iphone and introduced airpower air power was meant to prove apple wasn't just doing inductive charging me to move or a gimmick. But was serious about the future being wireless and was willing to put their resources where their marketing was using their control over everything from hardware to software to build something unprecedented. Something quote, unquote, only apple to build that. No one else had done it before. And that some thought it couldn't be done. Didn't matter much. At least not at the time. Apple had a team of engineers that believed. It was possible apple executives bought into their vision. And so air power made it up onto the keynote stage. And there can't be anyone there now that feels happy about that green light not being a big flashing neon red light not anymore, but hasn't preannouncing bitten apple in the ass before absolutely several times. And while the vast majority of apple product ship on time, and in a way that is beyond stupefying to anyone with even the smallest most casual understanding of logistical processes involved. Preannouncing is always a huge risk sometimes delays like the white. I phone force jobs announced in June of twenty ten but due to issues with the color apple only manage to ship in April of twenty eleven air pods were delayed by a couple of months, I found ten ship later than I phone eight home pot took an extra half a year. So I phoned ten aria ship later than I phone tennis. Sometimes it's hardware, sometimes it software. And while it's irksome for everyone. We hear are irked. It's a react. Of doing product at massive scale, not just for apple. But specifically for these purposes for apple delays have always happened delays will always happen. And apple makes more products, apple risks more products. Experiencing more delays. It's why for the majority of the last few years at the end of the year when I make my big list of the biggest problems facing, apple shipping and scale are almost always among them. This never would have happened under Steve Jobs, right? Stop tons of stuff went wrong under Steve Jobs. I just listed a bunch and didn't even have to reach into the mobile me button list. Ipod cracked cube, apple maps box. No person. No leadership is perfect. And if you aren't stumbling every once in a while on your race to the finish line, then you aren't even really trying. So here's the deal. Anytime you see or hear anyone invoke the this would never have happened under Steve Jobs trope just politely suggest that instead of disrespecting the man's memory. Displaying a staggering ignorance of apple that they stick to the facts. There's no real argument. Worth winning the can't be one just on those anyway, but if other companies could ship airpower like patch couldn't apple at a glance. It went look like there are a bunch of other multi device Chee charging mats on the market with two or three zones for different phones. Maybe even a stand for apple watch. So what stop apple from making something similar in a word. Apple apple could've pushed out a simple three zone charger to standard. She won apple watch and been done with it. But I had a far bigger ambition than just a pad with two phone coils and a watch magnet instead of just three sweet spots at you had to find and different charging areas for phones in the watch the entire air power pad was meant to be one uniform charging area that you could just drop any device phone or watch on anywhere. And it would just figure it out the very different charging requirements all on its own. Well, a phone said of air pods in an inductive charging case and a watch or two phones and a watch at any rate. It wasn't going to be bogged cheese standard either because bog standard just couldn't do that back. Then it was gonna. Be beyond what the cheese dander could do. But apple said, they were going to work with cheap to make it part of a future standard. So that everyone could benefit from whatever advancements. Apple was able to bring to the table. But today absolutely no one has been able to do what apple set out to do with airpower, not even apple. So then what went wrong in a nutshell? Too many coils in two small space because physics a covered this part back in November of last year. Just allow me to introduce myself John Gruber writing for daring fireball on September fifteen what I've heard third hand. But from multiple little birdies is that airpower really is well and truly something about the multi coil design getting too hot way too hot. There are engineers who looked at airpower design and said, it could never work thermally. And now those same engineers have that told you so smug look on their faces last year apple was apparently swayed by arguments that they could figure out a way to make it not get hot. They were clearly wrong. I think either had to go completely back to the drawing board and start over with an entirely different. Design or they decided to give up and they just don't want to say so on September sixteen twenty eighteen sunny Dickson previously. Best known for finding demo units of pre-production, iphones and other devices from the Chinese supply chain posted what he heard was going on with airpower currently device produces far too much, heat, which causes performance setbacks and can affect the ability of the devices to charge if they become to warm in the process. It also affects the ability of apples custom charging chip which runs strip down version of to function as intended the mechanism being used for multi vice charging which we can confirm comprised of between twenty one and twenty four power coils of various sizes to accommodate the three main products to be charged which are broken into three identical. Charging groups is proving extremely difficult to build or a fine and has been resulting in a significant amount of interference up to this point, which reduces the efficiency of charging Matt and contributions to the heat issues that engineers facing what about Apple's relationship with supply chain has that changed? No. This was never about parts apples. Really makes the parts that make the parts. This was about those parts, given the current limits of technology, and you know, physics not being able to create the product apple wanted to create at least not functionally. But apple just secured the trademark and included airpower and packaging, an I o s and yeah, I feel you throughout this long tortured. Saiga apple has kept on fighting to bring airpower to market feeling like they were getting close to success to release planning for it and -ticipant it expecting it convincing themselves that was about to happen. Maybe a few times over the last year, but especially this year, but alas? Yeah. No at some point after delay after delay failureship after failureship investments and expectations and trademarks packaging, and even pride be damned apple had to make the call shipper product that just didn't work and risk further long term damage to their brand or kill it. Even after everything that's gone into it and take the short term hit now and learn and do better next time shipping is court, apples culture. Great artists. Ship is one of their oldest and most closely held mantras. But they're also a company that thinks in years, not months or days. So while I have no doubt that this was an excruciatingly hard choice one. They knew disappoint a lot of customers and lay waste to a lot of the work. Everyone inside the company had put into it so far and would haunt them for years to come. While have no doubt about that. I also think ultimately it was the right choice and the only choice because if airpower had shipped and not even worked. It would have been infinitely worse for everyone can apple start over and make a new airpower apple could make a much simpler, less ambitious inductive charging pad and even branded as airpower pretty much right away. Certainly in the time. It's taken between them announcing cancelling the original that they didn't choose to do that. And that the outsource their original basic cheat chargers to Belkin and Mosey probably means that that's just not the kind of product that's high up on Apple's to do list. Could apple make airpower originally conceived? Maybe one day with more time, maybe years more time when technology. Advances and all those coils can be managed affectively all at the same time. So what alternatives are their power while? There's nothing on the market that does what airpower wanted to do. There are a few multi vice charging options out there that do something much simpler and much more realistic. And hey, they exist a link to Moore's list of best multi chargers description below which has everything from no, Matt Malo. Casa Europe mask to Ola Burr. So you can check out all of those options. And hey, if you're industrious, and you see this as an opportunity, and you wanna know how you can get involved in engineering the next generation of chargers bid at apple or elsewhere checkout. Brilliant, brilliant, daily problems are fun bite-sized way to master concepts by applying them each problem comes with illustrations animations or interactive visualizations. And all the context you need to solve the problem yourself. If you like the problem wanna learn more, there's a related course at explores the same concept in greater detail, electrical engineering machine learning algorithms. It's all their everything you need to get started, maybe reinvent airpower. So if you want to actively learn new fascinating concepts each day and get twenty percent off the annual subscription to all problems in the archives. Just be one of the first two hundred head on over to brilliant dot org slash vector and finish your day a little smarter every day. Thanks brilliant. And thanks to all of you for supporting the show. So yeah. R I p airpower not even September twenty seventeen to March twenty nineteen it never shipped not one unit. Not for one minute. It just didn't work. And so apple new it just had to die, and that's sobering. Not in the callous because so many people spend so much time expecting it. And so many more so much more time working on it. But in a way that reminds everyone no amount of money or history can guarantee future success. And I'm sure that's what apple is going to spend the next days in months. Figuring out. Just exactly what went wrong with airpower procedurally organizationally, and operationally and assuring can't ever go wrong in the same way again. And that's how air power will. Not in thermal overload or in darkness. But as a case study at apple university brought out anytime anyone even thinks of over promising and under delivering again, and hopefully preannouncing in just this way.

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"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"richey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Retirement wealth advisers searchers in Pasco county confirmed their fears about the fate of missing woman. The Tampa Bay times reports that relatives have confirmed to the paper that a body found in the art of a port Richey home last week is that of twenty one year old Jamie events sick. She was the wife of triple murder suspect. Shelby Neely investigators believe Neely murdered events. Ex-father seventy-one year old Richard events. Sick. Her mother, Laura and brother nNcholas in the events, Tarpon springs home, Jamie event. Sick lived in the port Richey house with Neely and their two young children. Investigators won't comment on the positive identity of the remains found in port Richey, but have scheduled a news conference to discuss the case this afternoon. Sharon park. Newsradio nine seventy WFL a no lights. No helmet. No hope of surviving a crash on a scooter Saint Pete police say that a third hero man died after the not working scooter towed buying SUV got hit by a mini van on MLK junior street at about ten o'clock last night. They say the SUV made a left turn and the scooter trailing behind connected by a towing. Strap did not get through the intersection before the minivan hit the scooter had no lights on and the man riding no helmet on. He died later at a hospital. President Trump goes live in primetime tonight. His first every TV address from the Oval Office as he tries to make his case for a border wall. Some Democrats denounced the address as a publicity stunt, I expect the president to lie to the American people. Why do we expect this because he has been lying to the American people did president plans to visit the US Mexico border on Thursday, and is demanding five point seven billion dollars to build two hundred thirty four miles of wall over the weekend. The White House aspirin other seven billion dollars for more. Immigration, judges border agents, medical supplies and detention facilities Natalie brand reporting there, we'll have the address live on our sister station. Twelve fifty W H N Z at nine pm starting today. Most felons who've completed their sentences can get their right to vote restored under amendment four. David Allah is Forty-five. He's never voted. I lost my right to vote for flaws even eligible.

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Apple in Talks to Give Veterans Access to Electronic Medical Records

Real Talk With Rashad Richey

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Apple in Talks to Give Veterans Access to Electronic Medical Records

"Those efforts apple is in talks with the VA to provide veterans access to electric medical records on the iphone. The Wall Street Journal says the deal could boost Apple's efforts to partner with medical institutions and turn it's Iowa software into a database to store and share health information. Apple could migrate records for as many as nine million vets in order to simplify doctor visits and potentially improve

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