34 Burst results for "Rosalyn"
"rosalyn" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"Episode featuring rosalyn santa elena. Who's the head of revenue operations for clarity. He or she is yeah. I think from an ops perspective. I'm always looking for. I think people want to buy tech because it's cool and it's chinese new object right yea shiny. Yeah weedy to better lead routing so we need to buy a tool right. We need to increase sales engagement. We need to go buy a tool. So there's always the problem or something to look out for really is to not by a tool to Just to buy the tool right. You have to be very very thoughtful around your process of what is it that you're trying to solve right. What is the business use case. What is the problem. You're trying to solve for the you know the challenge that you're solving for the revenue team and then look for the right solution. That's going to support that. And i think a lot of times people think that they're going to buy tool. It's going to solve their problems but they need have a process right. They need to have policy. They need to have governance. They need to have all these things around how they're going to implement the tool because the tool itself is only going to be as good as you can figure it and implement it and drive upset so you mentioned you know the fact that you know the tools not going to solve your problem. It's how it's how you use the tool. Well one of the big complaints both from sales people and from the people who manage them and support them is. They're not utilizing the tools. So how do we in sales people to actually use the technology. They already have much less stuff. That's gonna come down in the future yet. That's right and i think that goes back to you. Know making sure that you're selecting the system or the tool for the right reasons right. You're very clear on what it is that you're trying to solve in what you're going. What kind of value in our while. You're going to be getting from that all right so if you understand your process you understand what you're trying to achieve. What are the. What's the goal that you're trying to hit by bringing on this tool then when you bring in that tool. It's all about the driving. The value communicating to the sales team helping them understand. What's in it for them right because us as humans were naturally when we see some something coming at us this change. Where like oh. What does this mean knee. What is what do i need to do. How does this affect me. And making sure that you're really addressing the what's in it for them and how it's going to drive value right in mchugh says that you're making when you are rolling out a new tool a rolling out a new process event that you're driving. That communication being super articulate and clear about. What's in it for them. what's the value. What's what you're trying to solve and then make sure that you make it. Super easy thing with technology is that there's so much automation take advantage of that right. Make.
"rosalyn" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"Connect understand that people who need people really are the happiest people of all where all in this together so much more i could share but know that you will be more than okay more than enough fuel shine and grow in love and beloved in your life will enrich others. Feel that love it. Oh yes and have intimacy with yourself. Look into south intimacy means into me. See i see into you. I'm so excited by moved by in love with it. Yup dabba local waves. yep it was. That was incredible. Amd a lesson not just for your younger self but i think for lots of younger selves out there. A beautiful lesson heartfelt less than something. I think lots of people would appreciates being able to think about maybe walkup Rights trajectory for where they want to be right now off the back of it so thank you so much for sharing. It should that it was beautifully written. It's clear that you're right that the price was wonderful novel next year a while i first novel. That's a whole of a podcast again. Watch this space. I'm watching closely at writing a novel. I'm writing a novel A plot of everything. I'm right to get nick shit. I'll wigs teamed. I loved that as well because you accountable out there and attract to come tedtalk Novel so then you go turn to breed at any point is no. I live in the country i live in a small holding. My birth was bought six. She you know. I i do walk my tool. I talk about balance and you don't always get it right. I i that we will consult right really quickly. I love it. I love it so people will go into wants to find balance. People will go into need support with it so if they want stats they find you well. The easiest way would be my website which is. Www dot rosalyn poem dot com and. I'm sure you'll have the spelling. I'm pretty much on social media. If you could go role in palmer. I i usually pop published. Got my podcast monkey business..
"rosalyn" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"His victims became increasingly violent towards them. Iran nine nine. Scotland yard interviewed me. Unconfirmed that i was only one of two victims who escaped. I recall the details so vividly. I knew it was him. Yes even before that confirmation. They experienced instilled in me belief. I'm a survivor. I have the inner wisdom the drive the determination to survive against all odds the lens of get on with it push on through became how i sold the world. I found this empowering. I knew wasn't invincible. But it will be through challenges. Such as breast cancer financial loss devos redundancy. It's a Within me my leadership d. n. a. seeds of that grit and determination was sown. When i was born grossest. My years spent living above the shop. In a rundown suburb of nottingham. The dilapidated buildings were later torn down. Depriving my parents of their livelihood. And that's about how my enterprising follow the went. On to purchase land when you housing developments who planned e created a thriving business. But not i show it was an landings cave food and hardware huge apothecary jars with filled with sweets and unknowns huge hams would be cooked and sold by the slice. My father and his mother before him prided themselves delicatessen products. My grandfather kept pigs and chickens and a huge farmhouse acuity is on meat to the locals. It was the social services of its day. My parents new husband gamble. These wages away the women had styled to hide blacken dies would open threadbare passes as tiered. Roll down the cheeks. A my mother would raise thing to her lips. Shushing them am me while passing them. What's wrapped packages. I remember the women clutching my mother's hand on those look sex changed. My parents didn't cool themselves leaders. They lead by example the seeds sown while witnessing this compassion in action a dna reinforced later. I became a self-employed woman in business and then worked for an international charity working serving the most marginalized people in the world leprosy mission. I read no books on leadership. Business all marketing. I lived it pocket. Money was earned weighing out fifty six pound bags of muddy potatoes into smaller Brown paper bags on an upturn bucket in the garage. It was my job to cut huge blocks of cheese with a large wire on a mob..
"rosalyn" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"But now i see them as gay speak allowed me to become an incredibly strong and authentic version of myself and also it means. I have huge compassion and empathy for the people. I work with because of the previous. Several decades of pr marketing. I found i was very easily able to talk about it. And so i did crazy. Things like go to be interviewed on a radio show and then offered a position as one of the radio officials. I okay thank you yes. I'd love that. So i have a niece type a column. I've got my own book contributed to three others. I am radio. Show at apple podcast and again. See that as incredible. Synchronicity that i am able to communicate not just my story but through my story often but i'm able to communicate things that too. Many people seem to be satirical difficult to get. Hold all and i think one of the gifts of pr as you can take quite complex things and make them simple that joke. I'm sorry i write you such a long lecture. I didn't have time to write a short order. I'm i'm aiming On due to get emotional journey and emotional distress and emotional rescue everything that i do As arrow in coach all set to communicate that through everything. I do so that. That's me really. Yeah it's locally for me and for our listeners to properly meet you we've fruit that chapters fascinated by the story and i'm also fascinated by an onshore. I'm not going to be the only one the different emotions that i was going through as i was listening to your stories kennedy. Imagine the emotions that you must have had living. You'll story as you over the years. I'd like to revisit it. The beginning little not the madonna apart. We'll come back to a bit later. But the beginning of the part where you were a happy you outwardly successful. You run a an extremely fast growing money-making company and as you say a lot of the experiences that you hugged them or open now..
"rosalyn" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"We knew that for two years. We lived on the land and the haggle daily with the local fishermen for their catches adding fish to my otherwise vegan diet because i was so underweight. The foam was abundant with fruit. We grew mixed. Salads will too crass. I had eggplant jets carrots onions. And i purchase bushels which found out was a lot card Boxful of amazing mongo's. I swapped home made bread tuna i distill noni juice i meditated. I read. I watched only positive movies. I won't the beach with my dogs. And it was one of the most uplifting an amazing times of my life and i recovered fully but the challenges continued will poulsen's words became my mantra. Strong trees do not grow with these strong wind. Strong the trees. that's when it imploded. My father's stroke on my birthday could measure had preceded the cancer in me. Then afteh my treatment or during my treatment the fall was destroyed by two hurricanes and at that time after the phone was reconnected. I had a cold telling me that. My mother had terminal pancreatic cancer. My children had little stability. As i spent the best part of those two years in hospital in america for me are in the uk for my father mother and then discovered that the bedrock the financial safety on sacrificed everything for work so harmful was pretty much gone for investments from husband trying to hold it together. The marriage didn't last step to that. I have to go home with practically nothing. It was a time of intense pain. An overwhelm not only did not have to freeze what was left money. I literally had while. I could flexibly load onto a fly. Touted nestle with the kids then found does loading titled twenty support from uk social services for six months upon my return. So i had to sell my best most treasured jewelry to support myself on the mother now. A single mother with no buying cassettes to young children might. Da follow the gifted me his call and he paid for the rent Small house. I found and justice. I watched my mother die from pancreatic cancer my husband a good measurable criminal charges after me three days after the funeral my door that were two police officers they seize passports obey arrived half an hour lay turn serve me with a red to appear in the high court of london faced with charges of adopting my own children from our country residence. I was reeling..
"rosalyn" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"With the story. T e lawrence said all man dream but not equally those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their mind waken the day to find was vanity but the dream is of the day dangerous man and they may act on. It rains with open eyes to make then my personal story. It was a conduct millennium. Stadion that my love affair with madonna. Hit the rocks. I'd been a material girl. Desperately seeking something and the soundtrack to my life until that night in two thousand eight had been provided mostly by match sadly she set talks onstage. Late gave a lackluster forty. Five minute performance only connected with the audience laughs lep anita and then without no coal left. My adoration had left with her growing old or growing up. But i was fed up. She'd sung hung up on momentarily. Felt a bit better. I left feeling betrayed yet the lyrics to her song. Nobody knows me would not stop playing in my head on repeat. The woods had so many lives. Since i was a child and i realize how many times i've died. Nobody nobody knows me. Nobody knows me in my life. Miss understood lonely like a cat living the wrong life and was an actress in a play actually not realized. I don't dishing for this. Patton had been playing out for longer than i could remember. The most intense period of my life changing took place in eighteen month period between two thousand and three in two thousand and five. My life imploded stripping away almost everything i knew cherished connected to an identified with i went from a seemingly healthy an attractive forty something. Who'd made a million from her amazing. Pr korea living in a beach town in the bahamas to a single jobless mother in a rented house in england having cancer treatment and supporting my depressed for the after burying my mother. This was my first major. Wake up call to let go of what had gone before and reset my life. Believing at a high level. I'd so i'd nailed it. Then as the time. I spent on the cancer journey was one of the most uplifting of my life yet. It didn't hold the true. Transformation took a while longer on the outside. I put the illness and losses behind me and it looks like hey. I found a new and wonderful work. I bought a house. I made new friends. I remarried. I rebuilt ally yet as i sat alone in that cardiff millennium stadium. In wales watching madonna. The pain overwhelmed me. And i knew i could no longer pretend to be happy. Hold or at one with myself. I had many montrose. Going through my head things Righted me in the past. I'm a weeble. I wobble but i don't fool down. That was the appetizing slunk in in the seventies of the weeble toys which had waited bottoms to keep them from falling over when rocked. The trouble is that for most of my life. I look like at bounce. Would bounce back. And i would even do so temporarily but it was taking a huge internal emotional and physical toll. Never more did. I need the array of fixes to keep me from falling than when i ran my pr company in the nineties. Negative things such as alcohol anger sleeping tablets or allowing my subconscious to take charge of my appearance and keep my body aside zero by a here on a positive side. Good things such as acupuncture massage a dick medicine psychotherapy hitting the therapy colonic kinesiology flotation tank therapy and more kept me going but all the latter were just like plastics holding me together. The fulmer often just numb the pain. I launched my company with the five thousand redundancy package in my spare room with my basset hound ryan rosy as my first member of staff threes..
"rosalyn" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Actually so this is a curveball. This is this is not on the list. this is a new one. This is a curveball. And this is more of a you'll have put them in any order but aside from your restaurant. What are maybe three restaurants that you you really like like. If you have somebody come into town and you. They've had your food first day. they're enjoying. I'm going to try this as well. What are the places you would recommend to them. What are some of your other places your other restaurants not in any order just it might be like three of one hundred i love. I love so many of them are but right now. My my my what i I love what he's doing is Few seen my my beautiful friend. Chef john there over in canton so he only god the best rings and every time i go there are the is so so amazing. And he changes on that menu in and he's such a great talent. So i lo- i love you see. It's beautiful so check them out I like hanging out in the bus gas. I love their happy hour. Talk to mario got the land from you know. Barbara's sending you from mexico. He's he's from mexico so it's amazing so i do like a lot. Barbara's skus i'm glad that they're. I'm hoping that there are still. They're all been again. This really hurt us. We being closed in our city so I'm glad that aware back opened in. We can show the beauty and the stuff that we have here in in that we get back to some sort of normal. I mean we're still you know and it's good because a lot of people are already educated so it's not like you know you don't know what's going on it. Maybe we'll have some semblance of leg restaurant week or something that stimulate people just buying. Because i know that. I'm doing this time like i'm glad that i work out every day because i've been definitely supporting my local restaurants in order out like four to five times a week and But yeah it's. I'm glad that we're we've opened up a bit too just to allow for with precautions and all of that good stuff but just to allow for it and i think we have so many different types of food here. Oh my goodness it's like there's so many you have you want entirely under the qualities. This beautiful amazing fresh food just so so many you know at grab my beautiful friend. Smoke i love. It's like when we use when used to be normal like we. We used to get out of here and go straight. They have great margaritas along. Like afterward you know and now is like you know it's hard it will get back there you know. That's why that's what i usually. I'd like to do afterward my golden. Oh friday my favorite. My favorite going. Check out new restaurants lost. I wanna check out sally. Oh from my friend jesse. So i can't wait. I really want to check morality. But it's been you know close and open so she does carry out And very brave another woman. That's very brave. That open on pandemic tight. You go so. I love her and she saw use my my my taking risk. That's that's great taking risks. Because i i spoke with chef cad and chef kaya recently and they mentioned how much of a bad as you were. Just how much of a role breaker you are. I was just like i. I can't wait to talk the rosalyn so that's pretty much it for my questions. So now has a chance to plug the social media. Plug the website and the store while the restaurant.
"rosalyn" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Know people out of the way box basketball. I wrassling green. Hey rob the press said. I'm not wearing the now absolutely so now. This is very similar to the advice thing. But i think it's a lesson thing. What would you say the the biggest lesson you've learned maybe aside from just perseverance piece but the biggest lesson you've learned and launching your restaurant that just taking risk is just having a menu that just just resonates with people. What would you say their biggest lesson. You've learned it would be the biggest lesson i learned. Well i think. I not that i did not believe in meals like like you said the challenge right in and that our people are just In the community here are over so kind and very welcoming shower. I think that is One of them things that i never thought that that could happen in income together as a community in and seeing how they appreciate you know so. That's the big lesson not even think. Sometimes i i stay in. I'm like thinking like whoa. How how did this happen right then. And i i. Sometimes i'm i'm proud of myself and we have to. It's hard for us to do that. But yeah i mean the dara's That when you take risk. I mean in in things like that that you never know what's going to be the outcome of for me. I've learned the lesson is that we can all come together as a community. I've seen it a lot to with that. I've done in the past obviously pre covered kovac. I mean those events were huge. We do events at just very a lot. A lot of local artists and latinos have come together and nineteen. I've created something different. Something that makes them feel closer to home. Great and you know what and the less with the with the young kids like high school kids latinos that they've never been to mexico..
"rosalyn" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"To getting to the truth in this art. I'm your host ropley and today's guests is the owner operator of casino lucia. Dora's rosalyn vera walk to the podcast thank you thank you so much for having me this is i mean i'm so sorry we've been having so unfortunate but we're finally here In the middle of a pandemic. It's definitely you know it's always something adjusting to you'll business rawls about kobe and everything is an everyday changing things. So it's definitely something down. Always i have to ask for business on like. Oh my god. I can't do this but we're definitely here to support each other right and i always whenever like you know. Be more interested in like in like in this case you are about you know abou- about reporting about See now the business or the you know the creators here in baltimore because there's a lot of art and in its whole so. I'm very excited to be here. Great i don't have anything too crazy questions because i learned early on that i scare people who the question of my as. Yeah so. what's the best crabcakes say so scare people. Also but i got easy and it's hard to say. Hey you know what you mean. You're not the right so real quick so describe your work within a restaurant because you wanna surface one can say it's one thing but rather had have come directly from you. How would you define your work and describe what you do your restaurant. Well what i do. Is i do a little bit of everything we do from being I run the instagram. It male everything i do. I do all the amazing team behind me but you know pretty much whenever one of them is on i have to be there have to be here so i have to know every role that scandal because you know this is what i created here and you know so i have been meeting and And i love it..
Washington DC Metro to replace 130 escalators at more than 30 stations
"Made to replace 130 aging escalators at 32 rail stations going in our custom made heavy duty escalators equipped with new safety features. Including led lining among those that will be replaced or four escalators. At the Rosalyn stations that are nearly 10 stories tall were installed back in 1977 Metro, says the work will take seven years costing almost $180 million. It's part of a larger effort that began a decade ago to improve or replace the system's hundreds of escalators. Coming up in money News, a
Broward Schools Review Ways to Get Kids Back on Track
"School officials are reviewing ways to get students back on track. Broward School board members using today's workshop to discuss Florida's best standards and literacy within a school system that struggling with the pandemic cause learning slide share doctor Rosalyn Osbon admits no matter how hard they tried, they don't have enough time left in the school year to get students caught up working really hard to make sure that we have opportunities for learning doing spring bait. We're not gonna be able to be out of school for summer. Many kids will have to do some of school this year. He hopes upcoming state testing will be used to set a baseline, but scores not be used for retention or teacher evaluation. Aircraft. REGUS news
No acknowledgement, no thanks for Rosalind Franklin who made the discovery of DNA structure possible
"It's the centenary of rosen. franklin's birth. This year she who made watson crick's revelation of the structure of dna possible. Her photograph of dna made all the difference and was featured in western. Play called photograph. fifty one with nicole. Kidman who else is franklin. But it was after dna. According to patricia farrer of clare college cambridge that her work on viruses and irony made work like this year's fast production of covid vaccine possible all that worth two nobel prices so far. Thank you think just portrait by malcolm. I'm watson i'm creek. Let us show. You are trick. We have found the seed of life sprang from. We believe we're stew of molecular goo with a period of thirty four angstrom. So just think this means to our respective genes that sakes did not be disgusting or you girls. Try that trick of watson and crick and achieved. Double helix lusting cheeky was recited by james watson and francis creek at a symposium in june nine hundred fifty three to celebrate the discovery of the double helix in nineteen sixty two. They received the nobel prize for this work. Along with morris wilkins. They've been basking in the glory of his saints but there was another crucial contribution to solving the puzzle of deny that of the dock lady of dna roslyn franklin. He's francis creek acknowledging homework on bbc radio in nineteen ninety nine. It was fairly fast. But you know we were lucky. You must remember. It was based off the x ray. Were done here in london. Started off by. Murray's wilkins and carried on by rosen in franklin and we wouldn't have got to the stage of least having a molecular model if it hadn't been for their work will the story is very bleak. She was naps. Brilliant x ray photographer and this was how the physical reality of the double helix model was first. Seen because wont watson and crick quarrel remodelers that that is they were abstract scientists. They were thera- titians so they were making the model as it were in their heads out of those bubbles and sticks that we all know so well which made the double helix model. What roslyn franklin's incredible achievement walls that she was a technically quite brilliant with this new and difficult apparatus of x ray photography and she showed this first image. Hilary rose from city university london. She's been a sociologist. of science. Since the mid seventy s and the image is referring to is the x ray picture taken by rosalind franklin niners photograph number fifty one. It displays a doc. Black spotty cross shape which confirmed for watson and creek. They hypothesise that. The structure of dna is in fact. A double helix. Hilary rose is passionate about rosine. Franklin's contribution and believed her story is one of appropriation and rasiah without her consent. These pictures were taken by the third noble prize winner. Wilkins and they were shown to watson and crick in cambridge and this is appropriation. I mean there are harder woods for it. A ratio of course was dramatic in the nobel prize acceptance speeches. Roslyn is by then dead. So little people forget those no question hoping for price. 'cause they not give them to the dead they given to the living so the three man. None of them acknowledged her work public. What she gets is a footnote in morris wilkin so that's the asia and you would have thought on the occasion art a such a thing as the nobel prize. The woman is dead that there would have been case for little generosity. Not a hint of a three man. Just carry on as if she hadn't existed as she hadn't done the pioneering extra work. It wasn't a pool in shabby story. And there's plenty in the history of science strong views from sociologist. Hilary rose no matter which way you look at it though. The mystery of this dark lady is intriguing author. Brinda medics was so fascinated by rosalind franklin. That she's recently completed a comprehensive biography. He she is with robin williams. Rosen franklin's family very well off for intellectual whether or not they're very wealthy anglo jewish bankers they also had a publishing firm for the sons in the family who actually were inclined to banking rutledge and keegan. Paul you're very distinguished people very proud of their heritage and they trace their ancestry back to king david the founder of jerusalem. So i mean this is a family takes its ancestry seriously and so one of the problems i think was not so much her gender but class. She sounded aristocratic to them. She spoke terribly well very clipped and some people just hated that. And it's one of the many ingredients which actually made her disoriented and not as happy as she might have made a very clever little girl. And i mean as she was growing up quite small. She wasn't very clever. Little girl and i discovered family letter from her aunt mamie. Anyway she noticed rosalyn has a six year old and she rosalind is alarmingly clever. She does her sums for pleasure and invariably gets them right and i thought that alarmingly was very significant because roseland had three brothers but the fact that the girls should be the cleverest really did
Tara VanDerveer's Legacy Goes Beyond The Court
"Will soon after beating pacific on tuesday. Stanford's tara vanderveer became the winningest head coach in women's college basketball history. What did she have to say about that accomplishment after the game she really downplayed it for so long and because this has been an inevitability for so long this was supposed to happen during the installation tournament march right so she's had her time to prepare for when this milestone would have happened it all continued to get pushed back and cancelled so she's had time to contextual is a this is special because of i think the magnitude of that many wins like you never go into coaching. I never thought we'll. I'm gonna try to win a thousand games or anything like that but this is special. I mean having currently the number one team you know being undefeated planning and i will never forget this. I think she was able to really lead into it more. And i think going forward. It'll start to hit her. She kind of joked about she swims every morning today. She finally go in the pool in it would be seeking in. I thought about today when i was swimming. I said you know. I hope we do play. Well i hope you know the record is set and going to be in the pool tomorrow. I'm going to be the same person. Vanderveer surpassed the leap pat summitt to claim this milestone. What kind of relationship do these two legendary coaches share. It was special. You know. I think it really came out. Because in the early nineties tara had made this promise to jennifer if she went to stanford they play at tennessee at least once and that became a twenty five year series because they enjoyed the competitive aspect of it more than anything. She helped me get better as a coach. Because you had to really work hard to prepare and we lost more games than we won against interstate. The enjoyed having to brilliant minds with really talented players going back and forth every single year. And even yesterday tara talking about how. She's hoping that pets looking down on earned smiling we were friends and obviously competitors. She would tell me tire your teammates rebound better. I think all in all you know she had great passion for the game. And i think she sees that with me she was a great mentor and a great friend and i think she'd be proud of us. So that relationship between the two of them was incredibly strong and then even between the two schools gotten incredibly strong zaqueu recently spoke with the number of women who played under vanderveer across her forty two years as a head coach. I what did some of these players tell you about her coaching style. I spoke to aid tucker who is one of towers longest tenured assistance before she retired just a couple years ago and she was talking about kind of value of repetition. Here strong believer repetition for not only are you covering the fundamentals but you cover the same thing over and over and over and then once you've got protection. If you continue to do it again you will become an expert in that task. i think some people think. Don't you have another drill for this or can't we do something else today. But you know. I think you know in hindsight. That's how you build your habits. It'd be doing something over and over. I spoke to jayne appel marinelli dealer day about tara and one of the things she said was it can matter who we were preparing for. We're going to prepare the same exact way every single time that every single day and i mean there were games where we knew. The teams plays better than they knew that. If from that she took that like you can't really be Over prepared as long as you know what's going to happen and you're the best situation for that you're going to succeed over over over to kind of realize like my my life at home with my kids and my husband. My work life my life with friends. I mean every single aspect. I feel like a prepared for and i've thought through. Okay here's option a option b. option so i thought that was kind of poignant is just those life lessons they'd come just from playing basketball are practically applied other portions of her everyday existence on zach rosalyn gold on wednesday who is now a broadcaster actually told you a pretty funny story about how she was. Unable to escape vanderveer's coaching even after her playing days were done. Can you tell us what ross told you about that. It's funny because she had just gotten into broadcasting was just doing game for one of the first times in her career and stands up back at stanford right so tara gives her a call and says hey. You're on campus. Come down to the office on my god. What i thought i was done with this sits down and puts on video and we're looking at a game that i'm calling the broadcaster and she starts going through the game and it's just watching the game minute by minute and she stops. She's watching film like it was ten years go for started the game. We'd listened you. Like i like that rod. Apogee say that would love word the other thing like. Oh we're going to do this. Yeah like even after graduation cars. Coaching me success. And i'll say something about the election and she'll be like i can't believe you're talking about shots. She is somebody who stays so president or blair's lives that she wants him to succeed. She wants to do as well as she can. And this is just a little bit of tar that she could lend in this situation to say. Here's how you can do better. And i want you to succeed. Tara been in the public eye for over four decades now so a lot of fans might feel like they know her really well but some of her former players shared with you aspects of her personality. That many people might not be familiar with. Were there any anecdotes in particular. That stood out or surprised. You you know there were. And i think we only really scratch the surface on somebody whose sole multifaceted so fascinating but one of the things i thought was really funny was neck. Oh k. had mentioned the situation where they were practising and maples pavilion at their home. Arena right before they were supposed to begin. Play in the final four and tar would prepare by like lasting music over over the speakers in maple wants them to be familiar with the idea that you're going to be in a situation where you're going to be playing in front of nineteen thousand people screaming their lungs he would do that. Enhance obviously our focus our concentrations but most importantly our communication because it ended up so that we were in arenas here each other thinking blessing his music and she usually blasts like michael jackson. Whatever it might be from the eighties nineties. And suddenly she turns over and she starts blasting who left the dogs out and all the players are kind of laughing. It's kind of awkward kind of out of character and some spontaneous and she would start dancing and it was just it was really funny. Like in the middle fact is dancing. You know in those theories when you're trying to go through four. I remember all the time. She has a sense of humor. That just doesn't always translate publicly but it's very dry and very very sarcastic and because she can be so hope and his so approachable. Her players always loved her
"rosalyn" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Then they can go to my website. Because there's also a lot of books because i'm also of the ignite series. I've been in three of those narrow amazon best-sellers night compilation books. That really great science. Good busy people. So www dot rosalyn palmer ro seal wyan palmer dot com and as a page of. My book says a page on my courses. I oversee do the transformational therapy. Which is hitting therapy based and then the coaching as well and soon. I'm going to have my own podcasts. I look out for on all the podcasts platforms. Were just did not place done. Six episodes that are at the cancer is going to launch late. October early november school. Monkey business sites really about how leading business people calm or tame that monkey. Mind that chimp. Mind in good times and bad to to get through. Be the success that they oh so. Yes look out for that or just google being. I'm sure you'll find me on lots of places you know. Definitely have that in the show notes. And congratulations again on the show. It's it's a blast. I love doing this and I'll i'll make sure i make a note of it in in the show notes and then once it's a live out in the wild then i'll update it so it has the actual link to the show as well so rosalyn. Thank you so much for your time today. Really appreciate you and in this awesome doing less shape for having me on. I really appreciate it. Thank you thanks for listening to the leadership show part of the breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering your business and your life..
"rosalyn" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Was my white coat by of something has to change here. You know what. I'm going to sleep with sleeping tablets some getting off with the jim I did manage because my aggravated doctor said to me. I don't know what you've done to come first. You'll physical or your mental breakdown. But i feel like sticking plaster. And every time i see you i'm just putting a sticking plaster on. I did manage to sell the business and i actually saw a dodge. The bullet me you know managed to pull off vanishes sell the business managed to get out alive literally age forty and then moved to the bahamas which was due to a number of factors but it was there that the council turned up Two years later. But i obviously laid down laid down. The stress laid down the damage. Not taking care of myself. But when he turned up i was not working living in the bahamas. I was running five miles every day. I was back to -tarian if scared everybody around makes they were like oh my goodness they sought to what what what chance do we have. But i'd had twenty unrelenting years pretty much of too much adrenaline life in the fast lane. Not enough sleigh known enough south carolina tried but sticking plasters reu lots of those issues too much alcohol because i was in the media business in the eighties in the nineties. And you know it took its toll. So i felt very angry. Like oh i thought that avoided this. annette came. And even then. I read from nestle the capital to announce thailand. We move to a ten acre organic foam and i literally lived on the land in the sea for two years. We couldn't catch it with somebody else. Couldn't catch it or couldn't grow it. I had the least into you know intervention on the medical side though. I did have my treatment in america. The moffit cancer clinic in tampa which was amazing. But i they were like. Let's do this. And i'm like no let's do that. And then i actively healed myself. And i had this incredible time when i went to bed with the sun and got up with the sun was really spiritual irony. Eight billion healthy things and i. Funny not hugs. Never happier but then everything imploded. After that because i hadn't realized that there was a lot of other things around the corner including my mother getting terminal. Cancel my father having a stroke. I hadn't realized i liked savings at pretty much. Gone up and and a bunch of other stuff so for me. It was slightly different. But i know i did the damage when i was in not mad. Pr marketing london world beyond. And it's one of those things where i'm sure at the moment when you were found out the cancer and you've been living.
"rosalyn" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"I should do that. What am i doing Doing exactly what you should be doing is rusting recovering getting. Cause you were. You said you were ill and the fear of missing out i. It's funny. I can actually hear people when they pitch me. We get emails all the time last chance you got it you. It's like really i. I'm so tired of that. And if i'm tired of it i'm sure a lot of other people are two. They may be you know might be in their sub-conscious that they're tired of it but it's a natural and you know this from your marketing your pr. It's like you want to entice people to act because our normal default is to sit on her hands and not necessarily buy into something or do something and and something's may really be good for somebody to do but you have to kind of entice them a little bit. So i understand the principles behind it and marketing even though my ritual crew accounting and we made fun of marketing people. I regret that. Now i really. I would've taken more marketing glasses at an earlier age. But i didn't but i'm catching up so you can teach an old dog new tricks. Apparently so i'm i'm i'm picking up on something. It's understanding the the the human science of marketing and it spent. It's kind of intriguing in a way but long story short with with this burn out in journey and sometimes unfortunately like in your situation in my story to it took a health event to really knock me down on my bum and say all right. You weren't taking the time off. Congratulations you are now because you have to. You have no choice in the matter. You know viewing your your cancer situation. That means you have to address it you. You can't say well. I'm gonna go next thursday. I'm busy this week. Now you have to deal with it right now. You know my situation with my cardiac event. Okay need to start working on these things and make some adjustments and what to eat activity everything else and it wasn't a case of okay. You can do that in three months. No it's it's now it's now otherwise otherwise instead of being vertical. I'm going to be horizontal and instead of people seeing me. They'll be viewing me. And i'm not ready for that and i know that you aren't either based on you know the things that you're doing so Now congratulations again for catching that and doing it. So a slightly different in chas. I had tested evading doctor in london. And while i was doing the crazy paul of my life when i was literally working the weeks and starts at five o'clock and go to the gym with a personal trainer and then finally collapsed into better eleven o'clock at night having literally and i realized i hadn't seen my five year old son awake for a week..
"rosalyn" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"I am so thankful that there's more people in the world like you that are trying to get people off at the past because we've seen it especially during this pandemic where the cases of burnout are increasing. And when the pandemic i started you know in the united states you know roughly the middle of march and everybody started working remotely and mostly working from home because of isolation and quarantine and whatnot my initial thought was people would take this time as a reset which is a beautiful segue into your book But it will get there to second take it as an opportunity to reset because the way things were working. We're not working. And i thought okay now we'll be able to have home life. You'll work on some things regarding your work in your job and start having a little bit more harmonious life. Though what's happened is the exact opposite. Where people traded in their commute times to work. There was a study nord. Vpn released in the spring where americans on average are working twenty percent more hours than they did prior to the pandemic and i about this a lot while we finally found that twenty seven hour clock. We've been looking for hallelujah. We've got it but no what happened. Was people just started trading the commute time and they get up in the morning they start working and they don't stop and they don't have the brakes. They don't have the visual cues of cash. You get up and go to the washroom and take a break and then go out for lunch and everybody just just works. And for so many people you know they. Congratulations you're fulltime schoolteacher. Now because your kids are home so you have to educate them to and worked through the online school system. So it's really made things problematic so. The burnout is increased dramatically. I'm sure you're seeing that as well. One hundred percent and you know i i found into some of it myself at first in lockdown and i did the great lockdown experiment. Which is i moved in with my boyfriend. Which for somebody in my fifties. And he's in his sixties was like no and we're going to do this. Let's do this And it actually worked out really well part of the fact that we were both very very ill so i think we possibly. How'd and we were not well for some time in a way that was good it. I'm like what's this telling me..
"rosalyn" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back. I've got rosalyn palmer on the rosalind how are you. I'm getting thank you how you today. Oh this morning. it's morning afternoon evenings. Whenever someone's listening to this could be a completely different time zone in time. Good day that that's usually how people now is just a day. I i have no idea when you're gonna open this or listen to this so good day everybody in great to have you on the show I love your. I love your backstory. Love the work that you do so tell the audience a little bit about Your journey and in obviously gonna talk about burn out a little bit but you know what you know how you've been able to navigate your life and now live your ideal life till i to myself as the accidental therapist. I if you divest may ten years ago. I was going to be a transformational therapist. In coach. I might about a vague idea that that was something kind of interesting but i wouldn't have thought that i'd be really in that territory so my my background was humble. Beginnings grossest also lived above the shop. But the little a lister little super driven. I'm going to make my parents really proud..
Air with Prof Paul Lewis and Jo Polson - Paul
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2020 D.N.C. Updates: What to Watch for on Night 2
"Second night of the Democratic National Convention will include former presidents and a very unique event that's never been done before. Joining us live double duty. Opie's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller. Okay, Mitch, former first lady Michelle Obama had the big moment last night. What are Democrats doing tonight? For the encore? Welsh on they're going to have to former presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton speaking tonight, Jimmy Carter is to appear virtually with his wife, Rosalyn. This will be his first speech of the Democratic National Convention in eight years. He is now 95 years old. Bill Clinton's speech will be a lot different than an infamous one he gave when he was a rising political star is the governor of Arkansas Back in 1988 in Atlanta. He was supposed to speak of that convention for about 15 minutes. Instead, politicos will remember that he went on for nearly 40 minutes, and he actually got one of his biggest applause lines when he said in conclusion, That speech almost blew his national political aspirations. But he wasn't known for as the comeback kid for nothing any, of course, went on to become president. 18 92. The part of party does plan to feature a long list of potential rising stars tonight, including Stacey Abrams, who ran for governor of Virginia are rather of Georgia and New York's Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. There's been some grumbling from the more liberal wing of the party that AOC is she's known as didn't get more time tonight. Also also speaking tonight, former presidential candidate John Kerry and Jill Biden. Now The regular part of conventions usually have that state roll call, and it has all kind of pageantry involved, but it will be very different this time around. Tell us about that. It will. I mean, everybody who's watched many political conventions over the years kind of loves that whole crazy, colorful moment when everybody brags on their state and talks about how either big or how great they are and how many electoral votes they have this time, there's going to be a virtual roll call. It's supposed to go across the country to every state in territory and only about 30 minutes, so it will lack that pageantry and colorful detail that we usually see. But each state will try to make a memorable moment. D. C. Mayor Mariel Bowser is expected to speak for the district and will call for DC State would statehood, which has gained some momentum here in Congress, at least on the House side after earlier approval of legislation this year, and many of the state messages will have a personal touch on the positive side. For viewers. The state roll call can be very long and me and During during a normal convention. So this time we'll While it will lack the pop, it
Bringing Generations Closer Together
"Welcome to kind world. I'm ESPN Amer. And I'm Andrea Swayed. So yes me mean. I don't know about you. Being in quarantine has led me to talk on the phone more than I have in a very very long time. You are not kidding. Most nights like during dinner. We just leave our phone on like we have dinner with other people and it's a really really good way to connect when we can actually see them. Yeah my friend Landry and I. We used to go to the movies once a week and now we are basically watching movies together but separately and earn apartments and then afterward we facetime each other and we talk about the movies as if we had just watched it together on the movie screen. I mean that's just what you have to do. I mean you just cannot overstate how important technology has been and keeping US connected but I do think our dependence on this has inevitably caused some people to feel left out and someone who knows that all too well is sixteen year. Old Jordan Midler Thank you all for joining us today for our next online zoom class. We have a lot in store. For every Sunday. Jordan teaches a free technology class designed specifically for seniors. It all started back when he was a middle school and his family gave his grandparents a pair of smartphones. He quickly realized they needed just a little bit of help to figure out how to use them. I spent numerous times on the phone with my grandparents and walking them through simple procedures like sending a message of phone. Call sending an email downloading APP but Jordan wanted to go beyond his grandparents. He wanted to help other people of their generation benefit from the tech tools. We have right now so he started teaching a class at a free space in his high school in New York and the class was pretty popular but when everything in the city shut down because of Cova Nineteen Jordan decided to keep teaching this time online. Today's lesson is going to be revolving around online banking. That is something that we're all in a situation that we need to us. I think it's such. It's an enormous service that he's providing. I think it's It's a credit to him and it's a credit to him that he wants to. He wants to do what he wants to do. The people like US people like me. That's Rosalyn Zueger. One of Jordan's students rosalind is originally from Ireland. But she's been in the US for more than sixty years at ninety. She lives alone but she maintains a pretty active social life. This lockdowns been really tough on her. But the skills she's learned in Jordan's class have helped her feel more comfortable using technology to connect more with family and friends. I think that made a big difference to my situation being alone ear. I'm not lonely at all and I know I can. I can zoom in to anybody. I like it any time with that. I find that I can get through today. Jacques get through the weeks Jordan. Says his class size has more than doubled. Since going online. My goal is to be able to be able to spread my classes and expanded in a way that any senior is able to assess the classes.
"rosalyn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"A military phrase and that is one hundred day he and then and it is why did you know across frogs is cold and army an army of frogs no that's interesting did you know a group of rhinos is called eight her craft craft craft only I couldn't help but turn my head and look at this car crabgrass crack crash crash crash good job done H. craft of rhinos Ashley Rosalyn work say people in remote parts of Africa rhinoceros a group of kangaroos is called a group to group well this is melody yeah it's a monologue yeah a mob of kangaroos no you we know this one a group of Wales is called a hard good Ryan very good I'm real bad at this game you'll get this one Donna a group of geese is called a gaggle gaggle whom did when this one is very difficult is that true the gals it's a gaggle yeah yeah a group of owls is called a a nest of our flock think of British government a parliament of owls yes why yeah there's some interesting huh love owls me too I thought I saw one yesterday I'm just seeing nature everywhere I sought to swans flying outside my window full storages winds beautiful white one way it's a gaggle of salons I love nature too and my son and I walked out of this pond in our backyard and we looked and saw all you know like little little tiny tiny almost like little tiny baby minnows yeah yeah but wait a minute here's my question this son which was frozen over for three months how where did the fish come from and how did they survive this is anything survive I think they adapt what do you what do you expect all the fish to freeze down there yes is in a shallow pond I think I do yeah must be very crowded I mean you're you're losing a lot of water maybe they were eggs that were that were laid prior to the freezing and then the eggs were frozen and when it warmed up he's like and see no man you're right your vet is slick Encino always comes back to Brendan Fraser doesn't Pauly shore and movie magic this is a good one did you know ninety six percent of these are sold and purchased by women Seoul hand purchase X. person that I know okay here's another draws I would fall into one of the four percent make up no that's a really good guy Ryan okay hair products I just bought ten of these women's underwear arches ninety six percent of candles are just by women orient that the truth it is I know a lot of candles I love the campus that I just got I got a couple I like a good manly scented candle to you know something like tobacco.
The real "Rosie the Riveter" dies at age 95
"The original Rosie the riveter has died USA radio networks John hunt has more the character of Rosie the riveter holds an iconic place in US culture and embodies the can do spirit of the American woman during World War two Rosalyn Walter the inspiration behind the symbol died in Manhattan at the age of ninety five Walter was just nineteen when she volunteered to take a night shift position on an assembly line after being profiled in a local newspaper in nineteen forty two song writers read Evans and Jacob Loeb penned the tune
The real "Rosie the Riveter" dies at age 95
"The original Rosie the riveter has died USA radio networks John hunt has more the character of Rosie the riveter holds an iconic place in US culture and embodies the can do spirit of the American woman during World War two Rosalyn Walter the inspiration behind the symbol died in Manhattan at the age of ninety five Walter was just nineteen when she volunteered to take a night shift position on an assembly line after being profiled in a local newspaper in nineteen forty two song writers read Evans and Jacob Loeb penned the tune Rosie the riveter and cemented Walter's place in American history for USA radio news I'm John
Rosalind J. (Bee) Harris, publisher and art director of the Denver Urban Spectrum newspaper; 2020 Inductee to the Colorado Womens Hall of Fame
"Today. I am excited to bring you another twenty twenty inducted into the Colorado Women's hall of fame. Today's guest is Rosalyn. Jay Harris also known as be she is the owner publisher art director of the Denver Urban Spectrum newspaper since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. She and her contributors have been spreading the news about people of Color and celebrated thirty four years. This year be has received numerous awards over the years including the Martin Luther King Junior Humanitarian Award. The National Council of Negro Woman Trailblazer Award the girl scouts. Two Thousand Women Women of distinction honorary and numerous awards from the Colorado Association of Black Journalists in February twenty twelve. She received the President's Volunteer Service Award. From president. Barack Obama enduring the Denver Urban Spectrums Twenty Fifth Anniversary Celebration. Roselend be Harris was bestowed with an honorary doctorate. A public service from the Denver Institute of Urban Studies Adult College in twenty thirteen. She received the lifetime achievement award from the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce in February. Two Thousand Fifteen B was recognized as one of the top twenty five most powerful women in Denver by the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce. In October she received a lifetime achievement. An excellence award from the Colorado Black Women for political action. And that's not even all of the awards that have been bestowed upon her for a full list. Check the show nuts. Now let's Meet Be Harris a twenty twenty Colorado Women's hall of fame inductee welcomed extraordinary women. Radio be thank you. I look forward to chatting with you this afternoon. I do too. Congratulations on being inducted into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame Twenty Twenty industrialised. Thank you. It is a great honor. Our wasn't expecting it but I'm so happy about it and look forward to the induction ceremony and much ideas away. It's the day before my birthday. So what a great birthday present that is for me. That's a great birthday present for you. Congratulations that's really good. So you founded the Denver Urban Spectrum newspaper Nineteen eighty-seven tell us about the story and how the seeds were planted for the newspaper. You know it's funny that you would say how the seeds were planted. Because I always start that off when I talked to When I when people ask me that question and I refer to them I refer to it because my from my two partners that helped start the publication thirty four years ago. I was approached by Robert Stewart. Who actually in it? I think he was working in the computer systems and here approached me and said he was looking for I think he's looking for a graphic designer and I've always had a graphic design studio. Were worked in that worked in that field for many years and And I still do I still do as a matter of fact. I'm fortunate that I've been working on the publication in that area. Also as in addition to the publisher but I was doing freelance Moguls business cards stationery menu Annual reports and you know he asked around the community and several people say well he would be harassed anyway we met talked about the publication and I asked him I said well. Can you go and get Working on the business planning come back and see me and he said okay. So I don't know must have been three. Maybe six months went by and then I got another. I got another call from Ron. Still and he's a photo journalist. He's the timeframe and he wanted to start a publications like knock on my head again Publication keeps coming my way and so after I talked with him. I said well Ron. Let's go see Robert and see how business plan is going and called Robert and we met. I called them and actually he just said Oh. I forgot all about that publication. It's like shame on you so anyway we got together. The three of us get together and talk about it and We went out and I went to a printer in and found out that to print publication. It's going to be about eleven hundred in two thousand eleven hundred dollars to print publication small publication twelve pages and so we went out to get about eleven hundred and two dollars worth of advertising temperate. This announced the coverage is to get that first one going and so after that you know Ron still in A. He's Oh God that was too much work for me. So he said he wants to be a photo journalism. I think he went to the Indianapolis Star. So Robert Nigh continued it on but I always say that Robert Plant the seed then run feel came and he kind of water did and I'm I'm out of there so all I can say is the rest is history and then going on for thirty four years. Now that's Awesome. And and what was your drive. What was your. Why did you want to create this? What's interesting because I was a graphic designer My wife was just really kind of support the community. We didn't have Where there were a couple of other publications and you know there's a couple of two round but I think there was a need for the communities of Color and I think our perspective with just a little bit different we We actually Stirred the focus was on women who Latino Women African American Women Asian and native American but That was on women initially the first the first year actually the first year we did a story on. Oh Gosh you know. They were Dell a bad wound. She was a native American community. There was one who I don't even nephews women where they are. Today she was Asian We K- you the OH Gosh okay Florence Hernandez Komo's will also be the story on Cleo Parker Robinson worried cover stories And they were phenomenal. You know phenomenal people that we have the covers on but the first year. We did have a little glitch So well we had a little glitch. And there was a fire we There's a fire in our building and we lost a lot of material some of the original artwork. Kinda change the focus but the other thing too. You know a kind of evolved more to the African American community because the Asian community had you know they they. I'm sure they still do have a lot of publications in Hispanic Community A Lotta publications. Also so they kind of evolved to the African American community over the years. Okay awesome awesome and as you were dimming. So is this something that you dreamed about was something that just happened to unfold for you. I did not dream about it. You know and you're right. It consists is just actually something that unfolded for me. I was a graphic designer and I it just it just came to me. I I went to school in Omaha and I. I was a fine arts. Fine Arts majoring in finance and a minor in journalism. So I always feel that you God has a plan for everyone you know and it. Kinda it was Kinda destiny because I would agree with that. I can tell you that it was something that are meant to step into. And all of the signpost showed up for you to lead you in the right direction exactly and I feel that way with a lot of things people were saying. What are you you know you know when people are talking? I say I've got a I've got a little Assistant and She's she's from Micronesia. And I love her dearly like a granddaughter and she always says whatever plan that God has for me that's where she's going and so that's what I feel also I think there's a reason and a purpose for his plan on everyone's life and I feel like this is my year purpose because I do have a few more things that you know. I WANNA
"rosalyn" Discussed on WTOP
"A fifty nine dollar precision furnace tune up by calling eight hundred nine four eight Mike said rather can weather on the aids and win a break we're going to start in the district it is not easy getting into town for example were backed up all the way over the Roosevelt bridge heading inbound from the Rosalyn area also in down key bridge backed up to well the circle hand Rosalyn as well in north bound I ninety three ninety five were jammed up from the area Washington Boulevard it's slow over the fourteenth street bridge into the district DC two ninety five caring heavy volume in both directions very slow from birds Avenue all the way up towards Pennsylvania Avenue in Maryland on the capital beltway it's still slow coming down from the Tyson's corner area over on the interludes I'd expect delays beginning in the area of one twenty three down in over the American Legion bridge in a Montgomery County prince George's county were actually in decent shape in both directions on the building no problems to report on ninety five or I two seventy by the B. W. parkway is very slow in both directions roughly from the area of route four ten through the beltway in one ninety three the delays mom they kind of go where you want your north of one ninety seven over in Virginia unexplained buying delays on the eastbound side of sixty six beginning at two forty three down to the bell weighing one to clear the bellowing in into the area of falls church expect often on delays all the way down towards the Rosalyn tunnel southbound ninety five in Virginia descend ride but it does bunch up at the usual spot at the aka quand after one twenty three all clear all the way down towards the Fredericksburg area and in the Springfield area westbound Braddock road be for Berkeley road I'll stay alert we do have reported crash activity on the right side of the roadway if you're in charge of hiring went into eads customize screening tools home fine tuning your short list so you can get moving to do your other to do list put your next job and indeed dot com slash hires Steve Dresdner WTOP traffic as the weekend continues we go from rain showers and clouds and sunshine for our Sunday for your Saturday evening no need.
Jimmy Carter, 95, back in church for first time since brain surgery
"By former president Jimmy Carter publicly appeared at the Georgia church where he worships for the first time since undergoing brain surgery in November the ninety five year old Carter and his wife of more than seventy years Rosalyn attended services at the Maranatha Baptist church parishioners prayed over the carters were sitting in front row seats at the planes
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny condemns kidnapping of Anti-Putin activist
"The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny his condemned the forced conscription of an activist working for his anti corruption foundation Rosalyn Sheva dean of was seized at his home on Monday and flown to the remote Novi as Sam lie archipelago missed in the valley accused the authorities of kidnapping the activist who he said was exempt from military service on medical grounds a Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said everything was above board right now if he evaded conscription he broke the relevant law if he was not deferring from service and that happened this is very bad if the dogs conscription and was conscripted in this way and everything was done strictly in accordance with the
Pro-democracy camp looks to have won big in Hong Kong vote
"Yeah we've got to stunning developments on the political scene right hand Hong Kong with the territory's pro democracy candidates voice to win a majority of seats for the district councils that off the record would turn out as well as bring in bluemix roasted she's reporting from the streets of Hong Kong rose will consider what's happened what we've seen is unprecedented numbers in terms of people voting cannot open borders seventy one percent which is really unheard of historic hit the home call it is very difficult and highly politicized environment as we protest on going for five months now the diesel engines really have been seen as a barometer a referendum pretty much on what's been going on in the process and the government not the vote has their own billing we are hearing that the pro democracy camp is gaining the lion's share of the vote and functional quickly get a final cut in the coming hours what about the selection both sides but the pro democracy site and the posts that businesses it usually means for China okay Beijing people to come out to exercise the democratic what does not election and that doesn't like what is he not yeah we know that these neighborhood councils of district councils are normally do deal with things like sanitation and and pedestrian issues and and noise levels in that but obviously a much bigger reading in this I was just looking through some of these losses Alice mac who's a lawmaker and so she lost in the district council elections and and she actually blamed Carrie lam for it and she's been in there Ross since nineteen ninety three so it's quite it's quite incredible the the way the public has spoken here very much said we the people have definitely made that feeling the fact that a very well established pro establishment figure like that it might be seeking out again there's a leadership is also something they think of blaming the lock is on only about eight fifty five is but does it depends as well as long as we speak as you say they focus on local issues I may have a little ones will be making government policy five do you feel they have some impact on the political makeup of Hong Kong they do you have the planes the Legislative Council elections will happen next yeah fight is it because it can take up art of those old state they can open up the makeup of the election select if you think that could be because of the one thousand three hundred people in that movie a hundred and seventeen a call from the house and if he pro democracy can really take the majority office is the county seat according to the example Steve then it's more likely of course than more of the that's correct that is a hundred seventeen well of course right alright Roz thanks very much Bloomberg's Rosalyn
"rosalyn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Is Rosalyn and I want to get you wanted to look into it like for you the views expressed by guests on this program do not necessarily represent the views of the whole store owners of the doggie divas show and do not necessarily constitute endorsement of products medical information discussed by guest on this program are those of the gas and it's only for informational purposes and should not replace medical advice by your local veterinarian professional hi this is Susan Murray from the dug a deep I show this week Halloween safety tips a new healthy pet three and the latest from mutual rescue and that's what's on our show this week let's get started is that it's the bark heard round the world the doggie divas show here's national award winning author and animal advocate Susan Marie hi welcome to the doggie divas show the show for animal lovers I'm your host Susan Marie and as always I'm joined by my canine co host the doggie divas themselves Francesco coco and our newest little diva missile of mythology is the cute little Italian greyhound rescue in the picture with the microphone thank you for joining us today is to bring the experts in the pet and animal world rate to you email us at doggie divas show at AOL dot com that D. O. G. G. Y..
Preparing for Parenthood
"Whether it's chasing my babies or helping other amazing women bring there's into the world. I'm always on the go. I'm a wife a mom to two beautiful children and labor and delivery nurse. My name is Rosalyn. Hey craft and I am among Welcome back to the miraculous moments podcast. I'm your host Elizabeth Preston and I'm so glad that you're here. We believe in empowering women through storytelling an education and today we are empowering men because it's movember which is taking back men's health and putting a focus on the issues issues health issues facing men today and who influences men women that so I have some super exciting episodes for you guys this month since it is movember. And it's also fertility months so the next few episodes are going to be solely focused On the female cycle artillery movember. Men's health issues and things like that so today I have super exciting guests coming on from Neutra verve. They invented a male prenatal and it is changing lives and they are doing amazing amazing work with it but if you guys I didn't know we're actually in a sperm crisis and a lot of people aren't talking about it and I wanted to do a whole episode dedicated to it because is there is so much goes into it and it does really take two to make a baby but a lot of people aren't talking about that so much of the emphasis still falls on the woman on her health on her body. When about fifty percent of infertility is mel from the male side? And that's not even taking into account a lot of other issues that men are facing but also the genetic makeup of sperm men can change the genetic makeup of their sperm determining helping to determine whether their child will have heart disease or different health. Factors that they will face that they will face when they're older by taking control of your health now and up until recently it's kind of been like men are the sperm donors basically and everything falls on the woman and that is just simply not true. And there's so much research to back it up so we are going to back it up in this episode with the ladies from nuture serve and they're going to share what they're about what they're doing. We're going to talk a lot of research and Statistics and things that you can do to start to change change the health of your sperm and lot of those same things helped change just your health in general for men and women. There's so many things in this world world now that are out of our control. But there's things that you can take back and that you can do to put you back in the driver's seat of your health and in control of your life and and yeah it's GonNa be awesome and I cannot wait for you guys to hear it so I'm going to grab these amazing ladies. All right right everybody. I have BRIANNA and Rachelle here from Neutra. Verb neutral verve nutritionals and they are a men's men's reproductive wellness company. They have an amazing prenatal for men. I know this is something a lot of us have been waiting for and we didn't even know it was what we needed in our lives. Men especially didn't know that they needed to in them in their lives and we're gonNA talk about why it's so important how we're kind of in a spur. Burma gutten going on right now. And it's something that not a lot of people are talking about but there are answers and solutions and things that you can do to take control troll of your health and try to have healthy sperm because healthy sperm produces healthy babies. So thank you so much for being on the podcast. Yeah so I'm GonNa have you guys. Just tell me a little bit about yourselves. What you do and how you came to come up with the smell prenatal? Oh okay thank you This is Brianna the he. I'm the CO founder of Neutra Verve nutritionals and I guess the question like why we launched a prenatal for men. The idea of male prenatal started having a discussion with some friends. And you no. We're discussing prenatal health. That look like a ready to start a family. You know we wanna make healthier choices looking into prenatal myself and wondering. How important is the man? Health prior to conception ended there something he should be doing or or taking so through our research. We you begin to understand. Just how important preconception health care was for both men and women and that the health of your sperm plays a vital role in improving Tilleke as well as the development and long term health of the child. So that's where the journey beginning. Wow Yeah and it's so important because I feel like not until recently have I heard sperm help really being talked about right. Yeah and I think that's just just because now it's it's come to the forefront so much more you know when you see headlines out there that basically saying we're in a crisis this and that you know the quality of sperm from men in in North America Europe Australia all that has declined over the past forty years by fifty two point four percent. Those are pretty. You know pretty strong statistics. So I think with all all of that kind of coming to the forefront is kinda brought the attention to sperm health To the front burners so to speak. Yeah well it's on the front burners for people maybe who are in the industry but I feel like it's still something that the majority of the population has zero idea about and their doctors aren't telling them they're they're like not hearing about it from any sources so it's like we're in this industry three so we're like oh my gosh. This is amazing enough and you're right because I didn't really know much about it until I started to research it myself when I was like. WHOA WHOA why? Why isn't anybody told me this before? So yeah you're right. You're absolutely right. It's if you're not in that mindset that of having babies in maybe thinking about any of this stuff or not in the industry it's not common knowledge and that's kind of the You know our journey journey is to cut help change the conversation. Bring the awareness out there and You know make people aware of the fact that men and women both played equal rolls when it comes to Putin section health care. Yep Yeah I just WanNa clap when you say that when you say play equal roles because you you see so many people dealing with infertility these days and I do believe like so much of it is out of our control. There's preventative care. There's I think you should be doing before it gets to that point. But there's so many environmental toxins and things in our food and I was reading an article today about y sperm health has potentially decreased and they were saying plastics like so much of the toxins that leak from plastics. And your cell phone. They say you should never grab your cell phone in your pocket and things that we're constantly surrounded by like even if I'm doing my best to eliminate plastics in my life if I go to to the grocery store and buy something there's not a lot of options of things that aren't wrapped in plastic or we have to have our I live. I Work Working Doolan. I live on call so if I get called into work I have to have my phone on me on loud. If a client goes into Labor I gotta go. So it's like there's so much things things that are out of our control that now we're facing all these infertility issues and it's like me now we have to backpedal and learn how to do something about it. Exactly it's almost retraining. How we approach how we approach everyday life really? You know what I mean rethinking how we do things and and you know like you know overall everything that they say out there that is no couples hormone disruptors that you just mentioned with the plastics and even the fragrances. Listen things like that. You know it all comes down to like everyday health everyday living and everyday and making those choices every day to kind of improve your health overall Yeah I just think that we just kinda honestly have to rethink things. Retrain how we how we've approached life in general we've become like the you know society convenience with everything and You know when you look back. It's in prior generations. And how they listen what they did. They didn't have these sorts of things you know. I had a grandmother who lives in ninety eight and I swear I kept my grandma. You're ahead of the trends like I swagger headed the trend with health and wellness. And she's like I'm not out of the Trenton visit. Basically how I've lived my life it just a different generations right so you know maybe we have to go back to more simplistic ways of living in in the sense. Like let's rethink how we do things right. Yeah yeah well and I think that now it is coming closer to those times all right so I live in Chicago which means it's getting very cold outside this week it was in the twenty s. And that means I don't WanNa go out there more than half
Senators want TikTok investigated for "national security risks"
"The Chinese own video app tech talk may be a national security threat to the United States that's the view of two key senators we have more from Bloomberg's Rosalyn chin the senator is a Republican Tom cotton and minority leader Chuck Schumer the road to the acting director of national intelligence and expressed concern about the safety of data on the platform they're also worried over potential censorship and possible foreign influence in US political
Virginia Democrat Wins Primary Even After Jail Time For Teenage Sex Scandal
"Here's a really interesting story from Fox News. Virginia Democrat who was accused in two thousand fourteen of having sex with this teenage secretary. He later married one, the democrat primary on Tuesday for the state's sixteenth Senate district. Now that makes sense. All sorts of sense. God politics is growth. It's just gross. You guys the more the more I'm in it. The more is just like dirty dirty victory comes in the primary, who sentenced for years ago, in jail over scandal. Volving a minor. He was in his fifties at the time. Oh my God. How was she? Team. Seriously? What is wrong with her? No. Parents have dad. Right. And that dad needs to be stepping up and taking some. I. Virginia. Okay. Alabama, they'd be taken care of, here's a silver lining. Okay. Joe Morris is the guy's name, former state legislator, defeated incumbent Senator Rosalyn dance by over ten points despite the fact that governor governor Ralph northern endorsed in the plan of weeks of the campaign. Well, that's why oh, you know, it's really interesting. I don't know if I've pointed this out. It's been awhile since pointed out governor north rim. Still. Still there. He's only Lieutenant governor is Lieutenant governor still job as well. But governor north and he's the guy that, that did the whole black face thing babies after they kill all the babies after. They're they've been born, they've successfully. Discussion have discussion whether or not that baby who's struggling to live on the table. Let's discuss whether or not that baby should live. Here's how bad north sucks. The nemo of Jinya because it was basically him against this. Other guy said, we'd rather have the guy that went to jail for doodling a minor. Wow. Publican.
8-year-old girl on a mission to hug police officers all across the U.S.
"At a daycare center in arkansas as abc's linda lopez reports it appears the young boy was hit with rocks child services and police officers are investigating after seeing a video that appears to show a teacher ordering other children to throw rocks at a four year old boy to punish the boy for throwing rocks on the ground children can be seen in the video surrounding the boy who appears to be crying out in pain local parents are outraged people paying you to western he is in his child is getting rocks thrown at them the owner of the daycare reportedly blamed the allegations on a former teacher linda lopez abc news a little girl from louisiana is doing her best to thank police officers for all they do at the cincinnati police memorial parade which honors those who've died in the line of duty eight year old rosalyn baldwin hugged as many people as she could police chief elliott isaac expresses his gratitude it really warms a heart especially on a day like this when we're we're remembering those that we've lost rosaline is on a mission to hug police officers and fifty states and ohio is number twenty seven wbz news time four twenty seven and now healthwatch recent reports cited troubling symptoms for some people when they stop taking antidepressant medications were mean much to buy a psychiatrist at johns hopkins who assisted in the reports data analysis says for short term treatment there are guidelines if you go to practice guidelines they would recommend continuing these medications after starting between six nine to twelve months for people who have experienced one episode of depression for long term treatment the guidelines are generally silent mode devices the research record is also lacking there no trials that have looked at the long term effect of these medications or long term benefits of these medications to buy says there are likely many people who simply stay on antidepressant medications because of their concerns about a recurrence of depression symptoms but notes that a careful review of medication use with a provider is prudent with a plan for cessation at johns hopkins i'm elizabeth tracy wbz news time four twenty eight coming up at four thirty wbz's mike macklin with the.