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"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

04:04 min | 8 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Bit of advice the side of interest what others said. But he's i think the you know a a law of this just focus on not you know in because he comes down to the way you live your lives view. You think about riot. I'm josh and this is how i go about my week or my life. Is you know what what is important to. May you know children this that the what would you. What would you say to you. Saw yalta passing on knowledge. And you say listen so make sure you go out there and do x. y. A don't don't be no because no one From what you've said. They're actually in terms. Of where i have in my life in career at the moment having just off lots and things i would say maybe by therapy devices. Just don't sweat the small stuff you know. Don't let small things gets it. You know there's there's there's a bigger picture you know hatay things just let them go things at the same past. That was maybe a little bit more at maybe take these things too hot or maybe an example but yeah he's just life's too short to describe this stuff and i'm little whether it's financially whether it's petty arguments things that just just let it go and yet again you're asking me some Making me think almost defense my own some might not be the best advice that might be the pool Absolutely coolio make sense an unjust. So if that if that was your day on so mom was to make a comment. The josh was dot dot dot mojo. Be how would you like to remember tough. Slow in my obituary. Say i feel like my avila to you to be answering this question for it was like to just got better perspective from. That's a tough question actually. Am i suppose going again backgrounds like to send the people think i was. I like to share things as a giving person that whether it comes down to sharing knowledge sharing experience and just awakened of helping 'em i'd like my habitually to say. Actually you know almost shedding a tear here again. You've emotional us. What i would like to be remembered for his for an individual thing or but just being someone who was there to help others make their life easier or to help them through experiences. Things like that and maybe. Maybe you're joshi's ops spots on what know nothing nothing's stage Yeah and it doesn't have to be iraqi new brain. try think. Actually you've just said the judge wasn't very giving individual. Who helps this. I was actually around nice guy that didn't really fall out with people. You summed up pretty much what you said you know. We've had some guests. Who said is it all right to say. I don't care i don't tell anyone thinks because uncomfortable. You know there's been a range of different. There's no ryan and guns these questions through and the final one. Which i think you'll probably find a little bit easier. Okay if you had days left and you had your health no financial robots or anything like that and all your loved ones that you could tap into. What would.

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"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"That your values and your standards or any better than anyone else as vice versa. Right is just is just your philosophy. What believe in also very working things as well can how my rocketed your practice and a lot of respect for a lotta these very good Receive these celebrity dentists. They're very good what we do and they have just marketed themselves to that. That clientele is just not the clientele. That i deal with a so. Everyone's really you serve a particular audience in that an attentive warm a particular thing that you do very well and then there's another group of patients who have probably better served by someone else because it's been on your audience right and then as i was gonna say going back a little bit about the turkey teeth terms of the prepping of them. Yeah that that's kind of where my ethics lie in terms of their age. How restored their teeth. Are there so many factors at play and that it's hard on so that question in the sense. That yes i wouldn't i wouldn't you know just blindly and with the burn practice but there are some patients that have had very heavily restored teeth. That do require that at the same time he does. He just jumps. This brings me to you. Haven't listened to the podcast. You don't know what's coming next. So if you think engines have been a little bit so so far the we're gonna finish off from a couple of questions are these. These are not not have another coffee. Not necessarily dentistry laid off. So i always like to finish off the podcast with them a couple of questions one of the maze if it will stay on the planet and he was surrounded by your loved ones or your future ones who they are and you have to give them three pieces of life advice a wisdom. What would be three was gonna save struggling to cope with one but three as as oppose ahead. I would probably just be treat others like yourself in that comes from personal Are practicing as wells. As the way that you don't be treated by does probably the first one. I would say i don't really know fences advice would say that. It's okay to make mistakes because we learned mistakes. And and. I'm a very kinetic learner whereby if i listened to you know something in a lecture or something. Don't pick up as much as i would like to. But if i've done it unim- doing it hands on. I remember it and so am as if you make mistakes you learn from them and yet in critique yourself as well embrace him so that loud be may be my second bit of advice supposes to saying so case made the mistakes learn from them carry on and and hopefully they haven't been to a hard hitting mistakes financially or anything else but said the move on from their.

"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Back to the drawing board and make more liners. We might have to change things. It's learning curve. The beach orthodontics. Is that allows you to navigate through that path. And if things don't go away you had initially planned teeth might move differently than you can always move things back usually so and again. I like to think that our throngs discredit safe and profession. Go go go into that. Black box of us spoke about earlier than opening up lot box gdp season and knowledge. You know the whole concept of the box. Thinking theory is the healthcare professionals. We rarely share mistakes with the community. Will the line industry by default has hasta through that blackbox. Any mistakes made a shed industry-wide and that's why it's just safe mode of transport because we're all an industry-wide mistake so if you could share some mistakes that you've made as your biggest clinical mistake or just during your time practicing. What mistakes have you made. The maybe our origins could learn from. I mean i know that before. We had a bit of a brief chat. An gonna bring up to if that's okay. One is very much clinical which i'll probably go into after but the first one that i think and probably the biggest mistake and my career was just about how it communicates it. I think that my patience. And you know i was young. I was eager. I wanted to do the treatment And i was going about my second consultation sometimes. All wrong where. I was very much using them. Soul lingo and and i would talk to the patients. If they knew what i knew and it was and it was an looking back it was wrong in his off-putting actually as a patient. Being talked to and one of the biggest things that i've learned in my career is learning to listen to the patients. And let them do the talking a second consultation. I think she'd be eighty percent. And i'm talking twenty percent you actually and you know get get them to understand what they want almost make let them have these light bulb moments and then they say josh eyewitness before even talked about pricing and things and so for me one of the biggest mistakes. My career is just about how the patient journey went and how it communicated with the patients. You'll know more more than most how important that is. And so. I probably did myself a disservice early on in my career. Would i've had a much better case acceptance on more dentistry when she a mighty sometimes being a bit off putting and patience are bit overwhelmed by some of the terminology and some of the things. I'm presenting to them so but it is a learning term and suppose somebody might see us a mistake. Some people might see as it was your development. You know everyone is never going to be the magical person in the very beginning. But i look back and think yeah you know. It wasn't as good executive being and then but yes so so you can talk about that. If you wanted was the. Was there a coast. The you went on reliable moment of somebody that you've shadowed a certain point in time where clinton felt reich. This should be speaking patients..

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"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"We just take the time to help the patient understanding what they might need and a lot. Patients might not agree to the plan. And that's fine but they are fully aware on. There really consented. So what would be a gold standard plan and we were backwards from the and a lot of cases and a lot of cases there are comparable with a be aesthetically exclusively. But they are well aware and it's make my working life so much less stressful because of the fact that there is less mistakes there is less excuses because of the fact that we finished at the end of the treatment and the patient is all. I didn't realize because they knew about it in the beginning you tell them the beginning. It's not an excuse in the end. You know what. I mean so. That's the way i like to work. It's it's something. I enjoy working my colleagues. And i'm finding when they realize that they're getting back in there in enjoying sending patients to me and it keeps me busy as well so a net national math in strategy itself. Josh mentioned you need to work hard on. You think you're doing it. You know the fact that you treat in these patients comprehensively. If i was your referring dentist about referring to you i sent a patient over and said look. This patient wants to Align that you'll the guy to do it then it comes with a whole bunch restorative stuff that you've treatment plant you've crease. Old on patient wants back in my chair. And i got to do that track up. Make sure us anybo patience right. Yeah and it's i mean you you might know of the digital smell design. 'em sean mccan with with christian coachman. Yeah you know. Have having really got on board with that quite early doors. Even when elaine was teaching on it and a day when i was still undergraduate no it was really kind of hammered into me that every patient should have this ideal plan and you work backwards from that. And the way that i would really love to work in the future would be to have a almost educating away my referring dentists to be the quarterback so as you said they have an understanding of all the areas of dentistry and they know what the patient needs they are. The quarterback can have no managing everything. They say okay so you would need a bit of orthodontics. We need some this mini implant and they send out. If they can't do that work they would send the patient to me. Perhaps the wax up. I can kind of go by can move the teeth within that walks up. I'm working from a prescription at the moment. I'm a little bit that quarterback in the sense that facing comes to me. Knowing i work out i okay so that she i'm to do this part new. Send you back for this work with your invented against would love for that rule to switch and almost have the. I'm almost like a in in the in the game at the moment. I'm finding that i do. I do a lot in. I'm not doing it for personal financial gain. I'm doing the right thing to do. And it helps me to send some more referring dentists you can only do that just because of your education. Your background I don't think there's many orthodoxies two than the year long crystal coasts The settle on. You've you've been grossed yourself in an oleh education and thinking in a similar way..

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"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"That's not really well and really nice patients and then an unlike those the arguing that any chest pathway whereby when they finish their specialist training they automatically get pitch on the specialist register. And i essentially how to apply for equivalents. So as if. I wasn't oversee student applying for a gtc less numbers perspectives number in the uk. I'd have to assure off my work show of my experience. And that's what it did. I just made a portfolio of all the cases. Dede's all the research all the work that i've done literally a pilot paper about this biggest such a such a fast you know censor away took a longtime covert down but said yeah eventually about a year and a half ago yet got got that magic. Let's say you're on the list. Thank you very much and you know getting open about trump being that you think is gonna it was almost like the final hurdle away you never get on in the first place but as as happened. It became apparent that i do that. And so why not mcgrath together right. So what about said he had was never asked to the explore. The names are the letters that was more Education but having a a cherry and as i was going to go in. And you've got lots of questions. I was going to go into a little bit from patients perspective. I don't honestly think that being have titles such as consultants specialists even to a certain degree. M general dense interest in. I don't know how much the general population really no owner son to be honest with you and in some cases if you call yourself an expert in something someone who isn't densely orientated. Might thing all the publicity. They did almost rate that as higher than someone who may be called himself a special or consultant because in some industries before sultan. You don't really do anything. You just consult on work so sometimes you can see far from a marketing point of view as she patients might think..

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"rowley" Discussed on Occupied

Occupied

04:25 min | 9 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Occupied

"And welcome to another episode of occupied. Today i had the absolute pleasure to speak with the lovely cursor. Dial around her experience Of an eating having an eating disorder. going right through and into a recovery program for that Right through to now. Studying occupational therapies impact on potential impact for people with eating disorders through her doctoral capstone trigger warning by going to be talking about eating disorders and the impact that it has on peoples lives of tree. If feel free to skip ahead or not listen to this. One is definitely an amazing episode. I was just so on. And i can't thank enough a strap in get ready and rowley episode..

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"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

07:22 min | 11 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"I you and you're an artist. I mean that's your background right thirty years ago before you started cynthia. Rally your company. I mean so. You bring that to the mix. But i'm sure you you know you're very involved in the design and all the different other components of design. Yeah it's definitely evolved over the years like how goes from being vision to reality and each object or item has its own creative process and evolution. So it's different all the time. And i that's part of the fun for me. Is that challenge of like having an idea having the vision executing it and then bringing it to an audience that hopefully enjoys it but the actual like how the hell are we going to get. This made is kind of part of the fun to write it. Sounds like it. Since you're such an adventurer taking on those kinds of challenges and projects of that kind of having that mindset. How have your designs shifted during the past year like. How has cynthia rally. Your brand been affected by cova in a positive way. Yeah it's actually been very. I'm really grateful and it's been in one year the hugest learning curve and best results that i could ever have imagined and you know. I didn't think it was gonna be like that in mar mid-march i was like well. That was a good career. I had you know and that was it. And then i was like no get your shit together. Sent the and like make this work and that's always been. I think you know through the two thousand eight year like through every economic or other crisis in this country in in business it's always ultimately been a reset for us and and a pivot and it's always knock wood kind of helped us think about the future in a in a more productive way and so we were already. We had already pivoted to mostly. Dtcc affiliates dropped ships and less wholesale like hardly any wholesale. We have some of our own retail stores. But those were those are pop up. Some some are permanent but a lot of them were the sort of nomadic retail that we develop. Where they you know you come in its user acquisition. It's marketing and then you know you don't have to have the liability of long-term lease and so all of that was already happening and then in march we just really doubled down and changed. I think cancelled a lot of product. That was no longer relevant. You know like are you gonna wear a sequin. You know dress up. No you know we. We cancelled we re we designed into what was happening in the world and it really paid off. That's how we introduced home. you know. that's how our serpent swim really had a great year because people were outside. You know wanted to be outside and wanted to spend time you know in the water and i felt committed with your brand like i really really like just from everything from just on social media to your designs that you've been putting out your amazing pajamas and lounger. We were like oh we up to make pj but that you can wear out to like throw on some heels and go out in the summer for like a little socially distant coffee or something. Or it's just yeah. I think we just started thinking about the needs of women in a different way. We introduce some kids because we thought that was would be fun. And i just think colors important joy happy prints. And that's what i just to me. There's no longer a need for little navy shift dress. There's no longer a need for that desk to dinner kind of thing. It's like no you're going to buy something it it's because it makes you happy because you're comfortable in it and it brings you joy but you know as we hopefully come out of this a little bit. I think those things will change change again and you know. Maybe i think everybody's been working out and everybody has like these sick bodies that they've been working on and like we have to if you can go out and if more socializing does start happening then you know we better remaking the sexiest hottest stuff that you can find so that people can can show it off and so i think it's just like being really aware and being really in touch and living the way our audience is living. Yeah like your jackets amazing. I'm gonna start going out and being social like i'm totally happy to wear a cool pair jeans and you know some ski layers to sit outside and have dinner with friends at a social distance. But i'd love to have like different jackets could mix it matches lake part of my wardrobe and less just like the same jacket. I wear all winter long. I think people are thinking about that more. Yeah and so. What can we expect to see for spring summer. Twenty one with cynthia. Rowley i bring. There's definitely more surf swim than ever before. There's more pretty dresses that you can just throw on And go out and and and feel dressed and even if you're taking a walk i think a lot of we're we're still making are super cute. Printed still wet sets and sweatshirts and and shirts were making on that. But you've been cooped up at home wearing those same sweatpants and that same little cashmere sweater or something you know. Maybe you wanna try something new. And so i. I think that's what we're we've been thinking about. That's we have coming out. I mean you have so many beautiful prints that you design that our signature collection. I mean that's what when. I think of your brand i think of all the great colors and prints and styles and i'm loving the flare jeans and flare pants that you're doing this That you just put out this winter. A one thing i was going to say. We're we have these. We have these pants. That are almost like fitness lagging third..

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"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

06:40 min | 11 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Thought process or sometimes where the functionality is the most important part and people who are making it i mean this was sort of what was going on when i met the quicksilver rock roxie team because they were all surfers and they were the functionality. Part of it was the most important and then and then the design was sort of secondary and so for me. I kind of like saw. That completely flipped. And so i think that happens. Though in a lot of categories where the functionality part of it is most important them when sets established then. Okay maybe we do need to start thinking. This could be cuter in. Oh yeah. I agree. I mean i think you know as somebody who is super athletic. In as i've been into sports my whole life. I have always been kind of dissuaded from looking at something because of the fashion and more encouraged to think about the functionality. But i also spent a long time in fashion and i love fashion and so i was. I've always been frustrated with the lack of design and functionality. In a lot of the things that and sports that i do. Do you feel like the designs that you create inspire women to get into this healthier lifestyle and sports one hundred percent like that is all i care about regular women getting in the water. Trying something new. That's all i care about. That's why we don't sponsor athletes because this is not about being a pro athlete having fun. It's about trying something new. It's about inspiring people to take a risk. And maybe it's gonna change. Your life changed mine and and i think you know the things that we make make you feel more confident more comfortable make you look like a superhero. It's just. That's all i ever want to do is make people feel good. And you are a risk taker. I mean in terms of your design like you created the sweat suit and maybe there wasn't a market at the time or did you think there was a market. Like how do you approach design in in regards to like whether there's a market or not you know i've been doing this a long time and i know our audience it evolved an has evolved an it's surprisingly very young and and now what's amazing is because we are so much. Dt see we have all the data. And i can see like oh well my gut was this and yes it's proven to be true or you know. This is what i was hoping. And here's how we can get there. And so i think just having all those tools available really can amplify everything that you're doing and you know what are our core. Strengths are and but then you know you have to really take a chance. I'll tell you the serpent swim is still a very small part of our business of our overall business. I mean it's the halo. It's my passion. It's what i think people see. I mean you know was. I shocked to see. Kim kardashian at her birthday party. Wearing a cr wetsuit totally. No idea was. I shock to see it on the cover of elle magazine. G hundred percent in sports illustrated swimsuit edition. Like all those things totally solicited and amazing and yet still like it's still a very small part of the overall brand. Like i love it but i can't. I'm not intoxicated with the halo of what it is. I still spend most of my time on the core products which are pretty dresses and cute. T shirts sweatshirts jeans. And you're amazing jackets that you put out this winter fall which my partner has one. Oh my god those pumpers were like. I could not even. We couldn't make them fast enough. We ran out. They were gone and that was it so she all of a sudden she's like oh my god. I got my jacket. And i'm like what are you talking about. And then she's like cynthia rowley. The puffer it's been sold out colour light. She's an she's best architect like that's her. She's very into design and she likes to stand out everything that she wears. So yeah so since. We're all living in our jackets and outerwear outside now that everyone's eating outside and going out to meet people socially distant it's like the perfect must have for winter city. It's like wearing your comforter right off the bed. Yeah it looks really good on her. It looks it's i wish we could make more. We just couldn't. Yeah and so would you. Do you think it'll be like a repeat item for next winter. We have some some lighter weight almost like still puppy and really cool shape like that is. It's interesting that you're saying. She's an architect because to me that's very architectural shape garment like that. You can change the shape with different ways to where it. And i do think that's sort of idea of taking something like fabric. That's two dimensional in creating this three dimensional object. That is a puffer a wetsuit or now the later we won We're gonna launch in. The beginning of march and february beginning of march is the next version of that. And it's interesting when you really think that design is not like i think a lot of people think design is the sketch on a piece of paper note is like a totally three dimensional sculptural object. And you have to think of all angles and all sides and all along with the functionality of it it's like i.

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"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

07:51 min | 11 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Really love it to be out there. I think it's one of those things that once you cash like your first good wave. It's kind of like when you're a runner and you get to that like runner's high moment after like five miles and you're like okay now i get it right. What is the cr surf count. It sounds so cool. Well we don't really have a surf camp. We just do once a year. we do an event. Yeah that's lake. we just do. I wish i would love to have a surf camp but that would be that would be a lot. I would love to maybe partner with someone to do a surf camp but as it is right now like just once or twice. In the summer we invite influencers and editors to come out and you have to have never surfed before and you spend the day we give lessons and everybody gets a ride. That's awesome out in montauk. You do it or in a ditch plains or we do it. Yeah wherever the elements are right. We we have a store in newport beach also where we did one wants newport beach california we have done a few in montauk yes and we kinda can do it anywhere where we're thinking. Puerto rico may be next. We'll see yeah depends where we can travel and what's going on in the world. I know it's crazy. I mean so i've come out i go out every summer and do triathlons in sag harbor and then sometimes i'll do montauk and i've did once when summer an open water swim. I'm actually kind of nervous in the ocean when there's huge waves of it's not totally flat. I'm totally nervous. And i did this. Open water swim. It was for the montauk. It's called the montauk ocean swim challenge. And it's organized by the by the montauk playhouse. Out in that i did at one year. I swam basically attached to a lifeguard for one mile out in the ocean was beautiful. Yeah it's hard a little scary. Yeah it is. Yeah but actually for the first time in my life. I was less afraid of sharks and more afraid of being pulled out to sea so that was good. Yeah i don't want to say you don't have to worry about him but you know don't let it mess with your head. Yeah well i mean. There's so many things that we've talked about in the last like five minutes. That have so much to do with entrepreneurship. And so i'm just curious like what came first for you. Was that your love of doing these sports and adventure activities whether it's sports fitness or was it you're a flair for design or were they together at the same time. I mean i've always been making close since i was young. Since i was seven. I started sewing and so i always was making things and you know. I grew up with a family of artists and drawing sewing and painting. And all those things were always a part of my life and then i went to art school at the art institute in chicago and accidentally made my first sale and then just grew the company from there and the sport the functionality side of all of what we do was not something that i didn't start making wetsuits. I was making swim but didn't start. Making fully functional wetsuits until someone from. Quicksilver saami in the water surfing and asked if i would be interested in a collaboration. And that's how we started. And that's how i learned about it and after three years then i went off on my own and i'm very grateful to them and that's how it started and i love it yeah. I wear your wetsuit. When i swim in the pool. Here in new york city. A chelsea piers. Because the water's really cold and i've worn windsurfing. And i mean. I love i think i. I probably had your first one that you did the collaboration with quicksilver i think it was a it was a while ago. When was that. But i think it was about ten or twelve years ago. Yeah they were a little bit longer color block they were. You know everyone said you'll never be able to print on a wet suit. And i was like okay then. I'm going to figure out a way. And we sent the skin to our critter in italy. They printed it then sent back to the factory to be bonded and made into wet suits. And you know it's like a real labor of love and a real learning curve to have the fashion and function meet. I mean that's kind of signature for your brand and for your collection. Is this blend of sports and style. I mean the wetsuits have obviously evolved so much over the years you have so many different styles speaking of sharks you have a really cool new style called shark deterrent. Tell me about the inspiration. Behind this design. It came from on the west coast of australia in person and around there. The surfers were spray painting white stripes on their black wetsuits and it was to mimic this fish and also confuse the sharks eyesight because black and white is very confusing for them. And so that's what i saw on read about in then i said oh while make this kind of sheikh for women so i mean you said how there were so many challenges in the beginning to kind of take your traditional wetsuit and make it fashionable and put a print on it. That's something that is really game changing that you did. I think it's a major contribution to the world of sports and athletics to have these super chic wetsuits that you've designed over the years. I mean they've really evolved and beyond the wetsuits. You're doing surfboards. You've designed bicycles. How has this sort of blend of sport and style influence your brand over the years. Well i just don't see any design distinction between you know a pretty surfboard. A pretty you know we've done barbecue. Grills and garden hose is and i mean bandaids and just like endless endless products and i just don't see a real distinction. You know. I think that if you can add value to something by making it a pretty design and not really add to the cost and put it out there into the world and give people a choice than that's the ultimate that's all i can do. It sounds like a lot of what you're designing is also influenced by your personal hobbies and passion that you liked to do yeah. Can you bike shoes please. I'm just putting in a request was like i. Cycling for road cyclists for people who want to spin inside. yeah. I know spin shoes. I've wanted to do. That's a really. I would have to a partnership with someone. But yeah i would love to do that. We're making yoga mats now. I love them. They're so pretty. Oh thank you. I'm trying to do some other related fitness accessories. Yes and yeah. I just think it's a matter of. I love the idea that maybe this thing has been taken for granted and the design part of it has been overlooked and i think even with a lot of fitness close up until like five years ago. People just weren't thinking it was like black gray navy. Okay yeah or you wear and blue for men or you know kind of thrown together like no real design.

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"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

08:09 min | 11 months ago

"rowley" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"You are listening to the marnie on the move. Podcast flashback series. Where we will be bringing you. Some of our favorite most popular episodes from the archives. It's a blast from the past really great bowl and it's been in one year the hugest learning curve and best results that i could ever have imagined and i didn't think it was gonna be like embiid march. I was like well. That was a good career. I had you know and that was it. And then i was like no get your shit together at the and like make this work and that's always been. I think you know through the two thousand eight year every economic or other crisis in this country and in business it's always ultimately been a reset for us and and a pivot and it's always knock wood kind of helped us think about the future in a more productive way. That was cynthia rally. This is marnie salip. Thanks for tuning into my podcast. Marnie on the move. Each week i will be inviting interesting innovative movers and shakers to join me on the show and share their story. You will discover and here from thought. Leaders experts influencers as entrepreneurs from the worlds of wellness. Sports beauty fitness fashion and more morning on the move will feature an eclectic mix of people. I know work with and thank are generally doing cool things. On each episode. I sync up with my guests about life career and training and showcase their expertise and story. Hi everyone welcome and welcome back to the morning on the move podcast. I'm your host money salom. You are going to love today's guest. She is just so cool. An incredibly forward thinking visionary world famous award winning fashion designer and one of my personal cynthia rally. Cynthia is also a major adventure. Seeker risk taker and loves embracing a good challenge whether it's in design or sports but before we get started shout to our sponsors inside tracker inside tracker is the ultra personalized nutrition. Platform that analyzes your blood dna and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. The are my kutu understanding my inner health looking at my blood levels and getting great nutrition insight inside tracker transforms your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of science back recommendations. You need to reach your goals take control of your health and wellness unlocked the power of your potential user code for twenty percent. Thank you emo tm and of course. There's a link in the shoulder now back to our guest. During our conversation today cynthia shares how of passion for venture fund and fashion have influenced her many and are the overall spirit of the press from her super sheaf and yes very functional wetsuits surfboards. Roller-skates yoga uber popular puffer code. Which sold out this winter and her fabulous dresses flare pants. Pg's all with her signature vibrant prints color and style. We talk about her mission to empower women and how through her brand. Cynthia aims to inspire women everywhere to take risks and live life fearlessly. She shares how her brand pivoted at the beginning of coded to truly meet the needs of customers designing essentials for working at home and spending more time outdoors. Cynthia talks about her terrific podcast with her daughter. Kit the ageless podcasts. And how as an entrepreneur founder. She continues entity and ebb and flow. Sit-on cynthia. Rowley is a leading global lifestyle brand built on the philosophy. That fashion should be an adventure. The brand's signature pretty meets sporty assortment features ready-to-wear surf and swim fitness accessories and home decor as well as exclusive collaborations with like minded brands known for its nomadic pop up retail concepts. The collection is sold at cynthia rally boutiques nationwide and online at sincerely dot com. I hope you enjoy what you hear if you do. Leave us a review on apple. It's easy head over to the app on foreign. Click on morning on. The podcasts rolled through the episodes click on five stars and then click on bieber review. Hellos what you're listening to what we love and want. You wanna hear more of also share this episode with your friends on social media wherever you like to get social and last but not least subscribe to our biweekly newsletter the download. Now let's dive in to my conversation with cynthia rowley. You are an avid surfer and swimmer. Where did that begin for you. Well i just enjoy being outdoors. I enjoy being in the water. I've always played a lot of sports. And i and been very active in those kind of daring activities. And i just love those things. I don't think i'm actually very good at any of them. But i do enjoy a and i guess it just started from a young age. What came first. I mean. I grew up in the midwest where there's definitely no waves and no not much water really but i i have a lot of energy and so we had to end in a small town. You kind of have to make your own fund so you know you make stuff up and near like building ramps for your bike and you're you have you know somebody has many bike and you're like flying into the cornfields on your many by getting. I don't know it's just like a way to keep the funding going and just really. I mean anything to have fun. Yeah i know you have a place in the hamptons. You obviously probably surf out in montauk rape. Yeah kind of surf. Wherever but and i love to travel and serve hopefully when we can again soon and the surfing is just something that i started years ago that i mean like i said i'm really not very good. I just love it. I just go out there for hours. Just big waves small waves. Like i'll just go for it you know. I've always wanted to get into surfing. But i just you know the one thing that i think would make a huge difference for everything else that i do in terms of sports and in life. I think there's so many valuable lessons you can get when you're out on the water. Well i find it very meditative being not there watching the waves choosing the waves and an i think you're at the mercy of mother nature. You have no control over anything. You have to be perfectly present at all times and you're in the elements and and whatever the is serving up. That's what you're getting so it can be dangerous lot and you know i've had some very dangerous moments but it it's a community you know when you're out there and you're seeing your buddies and you're hanging out and you know enjoying a beautiful day hopefully or sometimes freezing cold like whatever it is what it is and and you just have to.

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Ford to go all electric in Europe by 2030

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Ford to go all electric in Europe by 2030

"To make a fool would denounced a major push into electric vehicles in Europe vowing to convert it scene top passenger car lineup on the continent to electrics by twenty thirty Stuart Rowley president of Ford of Europe says the company will spend one billion dollars to revamp its factory in Cologne Germany and make it a base for the production of zero local emission calls using Volkswagen's mechanical framework the new electric car is to reach the market in mid twenty twenty three who could be followed by a second one there in the future the move that's forty take advantage of Volkswagen's massive investment in electric because as the industry shifts towards zero local emissions vehicles I'm Charles the last month

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Trauma in the Philippines asthirdmajor storm barrels through

UN News

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Trauma in the Philippines asthirdmajor storm barrels through

"These southeast asian nation of the philippines has being pummeled by the third major storm in three weeks adding to the pain and suffering thousands of families typhoon vanco locally known as ulysses made landfall on wednesday night and although it's much weaker than super typhoon goni. It bought catastrophic flooding across the capital manila sprawling densely populated city. Un uses video spoke to the un migration agencies. Kristen dedi chief of mission of iowan philippines who just driven to marikina central manila began by describing the scene just hours. After the latest storm's arrival parts of manila. That are twenty meters you. The water rose to twenty one. Point five meters so really significant. I'm actually standing on the river. Bed near marikina where the floodwaters absolutely raging l. And car are being taken away. And what things did. The storm hit manila. So the rain started yesterday evening. about six o'clock in the evening it started raining quite hard and then Definitely i was awoken in two wins howling at. You know it wasn't supposed to be as it certainly wasn't the strength of typhoon rolly last week but the damage in manila is much much more severe than it was last week so i was awakened at about midnight. One o'clock in the morning took a winds howling. Rains pounding poured throughout the night so at about three thirty in the morning they raised They have a signal system here in the philippines and they raise the signal for an area called fateh kina to level three and they were doing evacuations throughout the night so yeah quite quite intense so as things stand a lot of the population was already impacted by goni and were in evacuation centers. But how has the situation changed with this new star yet. While it's absolutely astro faded. The scituate ation so the for the new storm made landfall rowley or ideas. It's known go. Knee and international did not severely affect manila but it affected the provinces of alibi and cut to anise and camera. D'or sewer And those areas were again hit extremely hard with with ulysses just coming through so it's absolutely exacerbated. The situation you had people that were evacuated. Three and three weeks is the third type. Third major tie phone In three weeks. So it's exacerbated the situation for sure now this recent one which came through last night that had the additional impact on manila and manila was not as impacted from the first two typhoons Last week and the week before. But it's been hit hard with the with this one absolutely hit hard with a lot of flooding. People are still being evacuated enough rescue boats pulling in more rescue boats to bring people loud. Government is just doing an amazing job of the red cross of additional rescues. They've really. I mean right now you could see. They're bringing a lot more rescue boats for the people in terms of any initial estimates any any indications of damage or displacement especially in manila. It's not clear yet in the middle. It's not clear i'm not. I'm not sure what the numbers are at this point. I mean it's a very it's a moving situation But it has to be in the tens of thousands in terms of damage. it's massive. But i'm not sure. I mean it's too early to calculate exactly and i'm not. I'm not aware of any fatalities at this point. I have been on news today to see what the if there have been reported casualties. I haven't seen any but The damage from the flood waters is going to be is going to be massive definitely. I mean they're having flooding levels higher than joy under a hit in two thousand nine which really devastated parts of parts of manila. Absolutely government in a stretch the quite quite skill. that's. Cincinnati stripped earthquakes from the year then from co bid and now now. Three typhoon lebron It's just up. The we feel very bad for them outside manila. How's the situation in luzon and the areas that the typhoon went through. Yeah quite quite strong. There was a lot of flooding. This typhoon brought much more flooding than the whereas typhoon rolly lot of in damage but this typhoon. People's how are they coping. One one storm iphone and another over the last few weeks detrimental evacuated three times in three weeks. They lost their homes completely I mean they're tastes. Now t percent of what you know in some of these areas where they've been evacuated multiple times The definitely suffering Kidger also particularly stressed. I mean filipinos are the most resilient people in the world. But i don't know how much more i can take to be on his.

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No country for face masks: Nordics brush off mouth covers

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:14 min | 2 years ago

No country for face masks: Nordics brush off mouth covers

"The AFP. Nordics brushoff mouth covers Stockholm as most of the world either orders or recommends the use of facemask swith even US President Donald Trump, seen one nordic nations are remaining hold-outs in supermarkets on buses along with the streets of capitals, such a Stockholm Copenhagen Oslo Helsinki, and Reykjavik. That's the Nordic nations. Face masks are a rare sight worn only by a small minority many of whom are tourists according to a recent survey by YouGov only five to ten percent of respondents in Nordic countries said they used masks in public settings figure that has remained stable since the start of the crisis in March. and. Yeah I. Mean You know I I think that what I would like to see as we walk out of this as masks for. Sort of for people who want to wear them specifically for people who? Aren't feeling really super great that day maybe maybe today's good data wear a mask and not fill the era with whatever you've gotten sometimes, I don't feel good when you get up I. would certainly be railing against the idea if if someone was like, no, we as the government have decided that we need to have heard immunity as quickly as possible. Therefore, we are forbidding masks offer bidding people to wear them or for them to be made or for them to be distributed I, would be railing against that kind of also be a non issue for sick people if it was the social norm that you don't have to go places when you're sick, right I think that that's Know the first thing is that we have to get rid of whatever that idea was. That was going on in the parents of in the ideas of the heads of my parents when I was a kid. Came from a family admittedly, you know the sort of Lutheran Calvin est kind of cut from that cloth where. You could stand you went to work. Suffering is good for your soul that kind of thing, and I got at least half of the Times throughout the thirteen years that I went to school perfect attendance. They'll that is is a declaration that I made people ill. I mean. You there shouldn't be an award for perfect attendance at school. What that says is that you've made poor choices to my mind. So does your parents have made poor choices because they're not talking about college talking about underage people understood but I, and again I'm not an opposing to hang. You know anybody for this. I'm just saying, Hey, we need to stop and think about this. 'cause only recently in the relatively recent past the last couple of decades or something have I heard people talking about you shouldn't go to work or school if you're sick. Actually. I was hearing the opposite when I was young. And so let's go on. That's a move in the right direction. At the same time, the corresponding figures have risen between seventy and eighty percent for most of the other twenty, eight polled including India and the United. States. So that's people wearing masks. Going up to seventy and eighty percent. I have the impression that if the government doesn't say clearly, we advise you to wear a mask nobody will twenty one year old French. Student Camille four to know of Fortuna Rowley told the F. adding that she was shocked to see how rare masks were in Stockholm. Bridget Y DEL sixty three year old pensioner told AFP that she would have preferred if Sweden's authorities recommended masks at least on public transport, but she added that she would keep going without one unless there was a shift in official policy not only she wants you to take care of her health. She doesn't have a car as an adult and she also doesn't intend to where mask until everybody else does. So. I found a couple of graphs which are not exactly easy to talk about verbally but I mean, tell me what you when you look at the graph tell me what you think of. Here's. So this is a daily new confirmed Kovic nineteen deaths and I think the the confirmed part is a very interesting thing because you can think this was covid nineteen you can say it but like to confirm it is a little more solid Canada Okay So you've got the line for America which okay. It shoots up at the beginning and starts to round off a bit and then just sort of goes over to the right and wavers a bit and doesn't really fall that that that low. Now you've got Sweden which it goes up and then it tapers down and down and down, and then it just crashes at the end. So at the very end we're pretty much where we started and they're zero. Like, they're down to zero confirmed covid nineteen deaths now, and this is the country that had the least amount of government regulations and requirements. They're like, Hey, here's what we advise be smart about this be considerate. Fair what is the age. Difference though. The. Democrat shoulder. Oh Yeah. There's a lot of old people in Sweden. So here are the White Gal sixty, nine years old says if they don't if they don't I will not wear it because nobody else does. Martin Spoil Wrong fifty year old businessman said that he would follow government recommendations. If they tell us, we don't need masks we don't wear them. Sweden has received global attention for softer approach to curbing the spread of the virus which coupled with relatively higher death toll has led to the region's largest country being shunned by its neighbors, but when it comes historically about minding their business. But when it comes to masks, the Northeast Nordic nations look staunchly united. So except for Sweden, there are a few cases in those countries KK Chang Epidemiologist University of Birmingham since two for applied health research told AF pay. So I don't blame them for not doing it as long as they have reasonable social distancing and contact tracing has been done properly. Was We to do that? Asked Tuesday what long as you're being spied on I'm okay with it. Yeah. what might change his mind on recommending the use of facemask. Sweden's chief epidemiologist Anders Tangle said that he's still waiting for some of the proof that they're -FFECTIVE So what a novel concept? Portraying some logic questionable I. think it's wrong a responsible and it's stubborn. The epidemiologists said if he's wrong, it cost life. If I'm wrong. What harm does it do? The epidemiologists says there's no harm to wearing masks so we should all wear them I'm not entirely sure that that's true. And I mean. Okay. So there's there's the direct physical health oriented harm that he's talking about. Okay. Well, we've we've discussed some of the issues with that. You've got your mask mouth you've got one of the things that bothers the most bothers me the most is not seeing people's faces actually really bad for your immune system epidemiologist should know bacteria grows in wet damp dark places you would think well, right now they're looking to covert and they're not looking at much else. They're certainly not looking at dental issues and even just looking at cove it. Okay. Let's let's assume. That nothing else exists this is the only thing that means any of our attention. Okay. Viruses need cells to procreate. That's what they are. That's how they work. Now, if you have a multicellular organism, it has defenses it has t cells that will attack the virus and will attack cells that have been infected with the virus. So what what it wants is bacteria to eat that's that's what it means. It means defenseless little single celled organisms so that it can get in procreate and explode. That's what they do. So if you make more bacteria if you well, if you create this environmentally. Rich you will get a lot of viruses I get the idea but wouldn't we be seeing more many more cases and deaths and all these sorts of things going on in countries where mass compliance is significantly higher if that's the case no ours covert isn't. Necessarily, because Kobe isn't all that deadly except to people who are already very fragile.

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EU regulators investigate Google's plan to buy Fitbit

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

EU regulators investigate Google's plan to buy Fitbit

"Data European collection Union for the regulators twenty twenty census say is the ending opening Rowley an in depth investigation the census bureau into says tech door giant knocking Google's in plan the ability to of buy households fitness tracking to respond device to maker the questionnaire Fitbit will the stop E. U.'s at the end concerned of September the Fitbit a deal month earlier with entrenched than planned Google's position the bureau in says the online it's making the move market to meet by and ended increasing the year deadline the already to submit vast the numbers amount of data used to that redraw the company could congressional use to districts personalize the ads change concerns its probe researchers aims politicians to ensure and the control civil rights by Google activists the such data who believe collected the data through collection wearable process devices will miss does hard not distort to count competition communities the including E. U. worries minorities that and such immigrants an advantage and produce would raise less barriers trustworthy for rivals data to match I'm my company Google's online services well the probe on the schools the E. U.'s role in global efforts to regulate big tech I'm Charles the last month

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"rowley" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"rowley" Discussed on AP News

"Data collection for the 2020 census is ending Rowley the census bureau says door knocking in the ability of households to respond to the questionnaire will stop at the end of September a month earlier than planned the bureau says it's making the move to meet and ended the year deadline to submit the numbers used to redraw congressional districts the change concerns researchers politicians and civil rights activists who believe the data collection process will miss hard to count communities including minorities and immigrants and produce less trustworthy data I'm my company

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Worries about 2020 census' accuracy grow with cut schedule

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Worries about 2020 census' accuracy grow with cut schedule

"Data collection for the twenty twenty census is ending Rowley the census bureau says door knocking in the ability of households to respond to the questionnaire will stop at the end of September a month earlier than planned the bureau says it's making the move to meet and ended the year deadline to submit the numbers used to redraw congressional districts the change concerns researchers politicians and civil rights activists who believe the data collection process will miss hard to count communities including minorities and immigrants and produce less trustworthy data I'm my company

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Pilgrimage to Sacred Activism

Hay House Meditations

05:40 min | 2 years ago

Pilgrimage to Sacred Activism

"Hi Andrew and welcome on to the hey house meditations podcast how wonderful to be with you and how wonderful to have the opportunity to speak to whoever's listening from my heart. Out wonderful wonderful. I'd like to talk to you today about the Fifteenth Century Poet Mystic Kabeer. Who you've been doing so much work on and and perhaps have you read a few of his lines. That articulate a meditative experience that is at once transcendent but also completely grounded I really appreciate that in computer But before we get there, there's a pilgrimage that I like to ask you to take us on a pilgrimage to the ark of of your own spiritual journey. An ARC that is has taken pauses with a variety of traditions, teachers, and Gurus and especially that are of the internal pilgrimage of the heart. So I wonder if you'd take us on that pilgrimage and then we'll sort of maybe conclude with Kabira. Does that sound all right with you? That sounds wonderful. Today and your little remission it it's. Never ends. I remember when I was with father bid when he was dying and. The thing that struck me most and move me most about him here. He was the greatest living Christian mystic but even on his deathbed when he was eighty seven, he was still striving for deeper and deeper realize. So he gave me a permanent image of what this really is journey of endless expansion. Shems of Tabriz said to Rumi. The world of God is wealth of endless expansion. We don't ever arrive. We just go Diba and DEEPA and Deepa went blasted where wild enough were brave enough into a mystery that always keeps opening onto wilder and holy vistas. This is my experience. Yes, and you're well I must say your your life has demonstrated that but I'm not exactly certain if you knew that when you were born. In mother India right you are. You're born in south India early in your life. You earlier in life you're surrounded by multiple religious by religious face including your your parents Protestant faith. And among the Hindus and Muslims. So how did that early on your life? How did that shape your outlook on the nature of humans on the nature of people and the nature of the divine? India is too big bomb in a well the distill known that live as cred experience. And that mock me forever I feel that I have an Indian. So a European mind and an American mission. So my deepest deepest ground is always in there especially in south India. When I was born. Nineteen fifty two was the twilight of the Rosh. So this. Was the atmosphere of an. Empire would still. Diffused itself through everything but India itself although it had been dominated by the British in never lost its passionate spirituality and that's what I met in the earliest and most impressionable years of my life. I loved going to temples with my Hindu coke. I loved learning the hail. Mary from my Catholic nanny and I loved it when the driver that we had to as a Muslim stopped the car in the middle of traffic and put his. Prem Don and chunk to Allah. In very early on. I met a saint and this is an extraordinary story because I had white Russian. Godmother. who used to smoke cigarettes out of black along black cigarette holder in Lyon dressed in gold she fall she looked like a Russian Melena dietrich and I was crazy about her she's. and. Every day off to school I would go running up the stairs of her flag. And jumped into bed between her and have great friend who is huge Rowley poterie Indian woman Shanti. Of course as a child I didn't know. Shanti Shanti, later revealed to me it was India's greatest living Quila and she is the child had been. A welcome to previous incarnation and a gunman, a group of journalists to the village that she'd been born in. As, a nine year old recognized absolutely everybody and Meta previous husband and said the money looking for is under a break in the back. So he went and found the money that he'd been looking for. Any. gave. Me a lot of profound simple instruction. She told me two things that have not my whole life. She said God is one. God is the sea and all religions alike rivers that run into the sea. So. Don't get hung up on anyone religion realized that they're all different expressions of the same unity, the different expressions of the same reality

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"rowley" Discussed on Beautiful You

Beautiful You

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"rowley" Discussed on Beautiful You

"I learn isn't enough.

"rowley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"rowley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Rowley what we're seeing right now in Minneapolis as many reasonable person would say we should it be destroying other people's property but these are not reasonable times and please show me where it says the protests are supposed to be polite and peaceful the beautiful thing is forcing citizens or caring and concerned they're hitting the streets heartwarming to see so many people turn out peacefully this is a March really but as are coming off it's peaceful they're saying peaceful protests across the country there it's bringing people to gather community with unity people are risking coal bid to explain it to this country they were fed up on news roundup information overload our on the Sean Hannity show I mean it is unbelievable we're living in the craziest of times we see what happens in Atlanta you know that we see what is happening in Seattle we see what's happening to phone the police were in the middle of an election season with a hundred and forty one days to go and it is it's getting scarier by the day then you have to worry about a covert resurgence in some places a lot of the numbers that I'm seeing like what percentage increases from the day before three weeks before I didn't see that it was as bad but it's you know I've said from the beginning it's a matter of when not a matter of if we get a resurgence Dr oz always said that as well we bring back to the program Joe concha commentator opinion columnist for the hill and mark Simone hose to the morning show here in New York our our flagship in New York HM seven ten W. O. R. March tomorrow we begin with you big overall picture a hundred and forty one days the American people that the ultimate jury they're going to have to sort through all of this your thoughts are well Joe Biden not the slickest candidate in the world not three of us talking about basketball of I don't know how he just stands on the police I I don't know what part of our duty to make sure that he's backed away from it but he still gonna have to answer for that and allowing six walks to Seattle to be seized in the clear a foreign country he's tied to all of that if the Democrats don't get their party back the real crazy progressive they have no shot in November after they do anyway but this is just make it one of the most impossible yes this is mission impossible provided if he ever gets out of the basement if it well I mean if he ever gets out he's getting out for like five seconds at a time my favorite line of last week Joe conscious I'm fine with him in the basement he sees two people a day his his two body man that's that he sees the people of the Hey I was a democratic caucus chairman of Congress no you haven't your line dog faced twenty soldiers said your vision Democrats a lifelong Democrat Democrats Democrats because we cannot get reelected we cannot wear this reelection we can only relax Donald Trump I hope you'll join us together I think we can win back the house we're going to keep the house increases and flip the Senate Josh no.

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"rowley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rowley" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Generally speaking Rowley we started but but but but it's not a truly the fires have been started I mean as I said you can't make it up and by the way Joe Biden two days ago he said Doug this is systemic racism now read that just re read between the lines he say that the cops are racist he's doing just what buildup Lazio that the cops are he told the cops under the bus that when you talk about systemic racism in this case he's talking about police there is racism throughout the our our men in blue throughout the nation that's reset systemic he's a he's a he's he's as bad as they are because it's just like Cuomo he knows better Cuomo knows better but they pander any and so that makes them just as they listened to the radicals in their party so they just as dangerous they came to them they they they they they spineless and this guy he may be the next president I'd say folks I would be scared let me make my plans to move I'm I'm I'm glad I have Irish citizen yet because I got one foot out of the damn country you should the list we have a great guy on the line right now he's he's really he's really killing it bill o'reilly dot com that website I think it's the most popular website online you know political website you got a free a **** up a podcast to TV so essentially every night at seven o'clock wonderful columns and he joins us right now bill o'reilly good morning to you Sir yeah thanks for trying out I have that album he and when I want to scare the caps.

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"rowley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rowley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Wanna be clear now I rise generally speaking Rowley it is not generally speaking unruly the police station is on fire right behind you the place where cops receive calls and respond for murders rapes you name it does not exist anymore it's a burning to the ground what time I wanna be clear now I rise generally speaking Rowley we started and there's the mob has taken over the streets the National Guard had to be called in when I went to bed over two hundred businesses had been burned to the ground but he doesn't just say it as in he says it is like when I got carried away he says I want to be clear let me reset let me reset when I'm about to say I want you to know I am I don't sound mind with what I'm about to do overtime I want to be cleared right generally speaking Rowley.

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Historically Black Colleges' Contributions to the NFL with Dr. Derrick E. White

In Black America

06:27 min | 2 years ago

Historically Black Colleges' Contributions to the NFL with Dr. Derrick E. White

"On this week's program historically black colleges and universities and the NFL with Doctor Derrick white in black America in their celebration of the hundred year. It was not as historical as we would like right. I think the for better for worse college football who celebrate the One hundred fiftieth year and in conjunction with ESPN primarily. Done these series of documentaries. That kind of documenting the game so they did a great set of talking about the early game when the Ivy Leagues Dominated College Football. Right you get that kind of Astaldi. Nfl is not so much right. In their part of Wigan's law says that the integration the reintegration of the. Nfl in part is done. Because you know teams WanNa move to the West Coast Right. They WanNa play in Los Angeles And that the black community the La said no in particular forced the L. A. Don's to say if you WANNA come in you. GotTa you gotTa desegregate Your Team. So woody strode gets an opportunity to play and Kenny Washington gets a chance to try out for these teams and they make these teams in the NFL so we were talking about the kind of reintegration of of professional football as the National Football League celebrated. Its first one hundred seasons unbeknownst to many sports fans the NFL didn't have any African American players for decade from Nineteen thirty four to nineteen forty-six. There was an unspoken agreement between owners to ban African American players today. They are two African American general managers for minority head coaches and one chief operating officer for the first time the crew for sue both fifty four had a record number of minority officials of the seven on the field five for African Americans the contribution of historical black colleges and universities. Acc use to the NFL has changed the game forever undrafted by an NFL team. Paul tank younger was the first African American player from grambling State University to play in the NFL when he signed with the Los Angeles Rams in nineteen forty nine the first African American drafted in the NFL draft was jaws rooks. I running back out of Morgan state in the Eleventh Round. One hundred and twenty fifth overall by the Green Bay packers in nineteen fifty one doing super bowl fifty four week in south Florida Group of area high school athletes had an opportunity to learn about the rich history of black college football and his contributions to the NFL and Black America spoke with doctor. Derrick wide associate professor at the University of Kentucky. When I was teaching a class on sports history I found that the students knew nothing about historically black college role. They were as part of their assignment. They had researched The histories of sports history at various institutions and students had cookman in Florida. And I knew that those are really successful. Athletic programs and students came back with nothing. And so I've you know I just thought chalked up. Initially students being students that they just didn't do enough but when we both begin system. I realized there was a huge gap in the scholarship. And there's a Lotta work on sports. History is a lot of work on college sports especially college football but there was very little nearly nothing on historically black colleges And so at the time I was at Florida Atlantic in so I was like Bam. You is like right up the road. Well you know eight hours away from my house but I and I knew Jay. Gator was dominant. I'd heard these stories from my uncles and I knew he was a fantastic program so I did a research trip and I went up there and they have the archivists there. And the the library's at up in Florida were amazing and they gave me these materials in there. All these letters documents and so I had budgets and letters of professional teams and I begin to understand how he organized his football program because the issue is discussed our Pamela Day. That there wasn't a lot of research money. A lot of research recruiting money not money budgets. Within Coach Gate. There was the ad coach basketball at one point. And those things. I thought those kinds of stories and that the greatness that the success that he was able to produce was Willie Gallimore Kim. Rowley Bob Hayes. I wanted to understand how that was done. I didn't WANNA chalk it up to that. These were just natural athletes that there was something being done happening on these institutions in some coaches Were better than others and so I wanted to tell that story talk about. Integration Immigration had a positive effect but it also had a devastating effect on also African Americans going to the NFL right so an integration was boom for professional football. Right then you know one of the reasons that Jake was so able to be so successful especially early on in the forties and early fifties that many of his former players gather degrees and became teachers in the high schools. All across the State of Florida and North Georgia. And so he would. They would just send him letters. Like hey coach gay. Got This really. Good kid this Willie Gallimore guys pretty good right. Like this is how he got recruiting information was from his former players but those players were talented but there was no professional football opportunities and so when those opportunities really begin to open up a specially after nineteen sixty when the AFL comes in then professional football now creates a new opportunity for black colleges in small colleges in general and so that becomes this boom and on the backside that the course the civil rights movement is happening at this exact same time right so brown. V Board of Education. This is entire push to desegregate schools Whether the high school level colleges etc and so so many ways why colleges Kinda caught between their own. Their success right. They're producing these great players in the NFL. Minium all pros as we talked about earlier. Thirty two or in the NFL Hall of fame at the same time. There are new opportunities at Florida. Miami or Georgia and that these schools especially in the deep south are slowly trying to recruit them when you look back at the history of ACC using his contribution to to the NFL. I found it amazing and the one hundred year the League. There's very little that has been articulated about a SPEC- US or the early African American players and they and their celebration of the hundredth year. It was not as historical as we would like right. I think the you know for better for Worse College Football who celebrated his Hundred Fiftieth Year and in conjunction with ESPN primarily. Done these series of documentaries that kind of documenting the game so they did a great set of documentaries talking about the early game when the Ivy League dominated college football. Right you get that kind of Nfl is not so much

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How Apple Is Getting You To Think Less And Spend More

The 3:59

09:26 min | 2 years ago

How Apple Is Getting You To Think Less And Spend More

"The knock on apple is that it's no longer innovative and it's phones have gotten boring a year ago. The company stock was slumping and in sales in China. Were down. Well guess what since then the stock doubled and people are buying more of those boring quote unquote. IPHONES Scott. What what do you make of all this? Let me in the IPHONE. Eleven got less expensive. Compared to the ten are and I think that just became you know low more practical but I mean I think it's not just the phone is we know it's like the air pods and the watches and also like the. The lower cost apple watches things like the the series three It's all that collected stuff. So let's let's start with the iphone though. You reviewed the latest iphone and it was. It was a little cheaper. It's like fifty dollars cheaper. It's still seven hundred dollars so it's not like an impulse bye or anything like that but from your impressions. Did you think it was more polished as you think it was a little bit better. Is there something about the phone that you think really incited a lot of people. Oh to buy it. This time around I think battery life. I think that that That made an impact for people The idea the battery life would be better and get over that Hump and when reviews were showing that I think that mean camera matters but you know I always think that the changes are pretty incremental but it seems like you know this generation around things like that white angle things is like the night vision mattered but I am pretty surprising to me. I'm really surprised I was watching that. Presentation in September first revealed fielded and it seemed like a snooze to me seeing and granted. This is just one quarter. This is just one quarter and a lot can happen over the course of a year but record revenue in profits. That's exactly what we used to say about apple just basically like clockwork every single quarter. I just kept doing better and better. and was it the iphone six when they came out the blew the doors off like they absolutely crushed it so it does kind of feel like they're getting their Mojo back foreshadowing. We're on that to come right Yeah it is surprising to me too and I don't really have anything really concrete to say about that because it feels like they're continuing the same path that they're always been doing which is like these as low instead of it. Yeah incremental interesting sometimes You know more obvious sometimes more in the weeds updates each year. And we're not doing. We're not dealing affordable. We're not not doing a foldable. Doing Gene we've been on his show multiple times saying. Hey this is getting a little stale this is getting already dusty. Apparently people are pretty comfortable with what their expectation is. If anything apple is really good at giving you a product that works that you know how it is and maybe not changing it up that much. Make accents I'm frankly I am a little surprised but hey the numbers are the numbers. It's been a very practical product but it's also funny because in the last year I was thirteen in had a lot of bugs going on so twelve to thirteen. I feel like we've had the incremental updates things that have been a little wonky about it so I i. It's it's interesting because when that all shakes out you're like everything else it's okay but I do think there's going to be said for the sick the consistency in the product line. Because I look at like the five G. Steph. Okay but particularly the foldable stuff regardless of whether you WANNA buy one it's also the prices so oh hi. Sally totals so price sensitive. That like you gotta get those prices down more so particularly for apple more expensive. I don't WanNa more expensive less expensive. And there's like the talk about whether the iphone nine or the se to in the spring to go against like a pixel for a or these other more affordable phones like. That's the direction action that needs to happen for apple so like don't look I wouldn't look like up the ramp but WANNA look to like I. I totally down. Obviously from a consumer perspective. I totally agree. We have a lot to cover so. Let's keep moving The MAC and the IPAD revenue is down in both of those lines so all is not well an apple world. That's worth mentioning that. So what what are your thoughts about that you kind of feel like You know the ipad really still facing challenging times. What what do you think that they can do about that? It was a weird year for that stubble. First of all there was no IPAD new IPAD pro last year and the new IPAD. The IPAD came out. Were these iterative. Like ipad mini and then the you know now in newer version of the base IPAD and they still haven't resolved the difference between the IPADS and the rest of the MAC line which like Microsoft's done awhile ago exploring surface purpose and things like that. So we've been waiting for that apple's just taking its time with that you know some people think that's fine other people really think that's not okay. I get really annoyed at all the ways that the ipad Hi pad is not my full everyday machine. They're not to say that it can't do a lot of other things on a daily basis. But then you have to use it in connection with another divisive lying around. Yeah so you're paying a lot of money for that for an IPAD. Okay but then you know you get an ipad pro territory where you want that to do everything so I I still think that needs to be resolved and then for the X. It's like you know the keyboards the like. They had something or effect with the air a a long time ago and now they're just like all these different versions I feel like and then people have issues about one or the other and I've never liked the touch bar so I I just feel like get all needs to be kinda redesigned familiar similarly I foot touching their get rid of the touch bar so let's in the IPAD. Yeah so this this is the sweet spot especially specifically for this quarter was wearable and services when we talk about services that includes the APP Store Apple All Music Apple Pay I cloud for wearables. It looked like the bell of the ball was very specifically airports. WanNa call out. A Bernstein analysts because apple doesn't doesn't provide this information at Bernstein analyst predicted air pods generated about six billion dollars in revenue for Apple in two thousand nineteen nearly double the twenty eighteen level. I mean like are there you look at wearables a lot. Are there any other wearables that come even close to the air pods. Why do you think they're so popular? Where where where did this come from? I remember wearing them and having an awkward. Look on my face into sixteen. How far how far things have changed? I mean well. First of all they're headphones so like it's a very impractical market so there's always an interest in that stuff but it really spiked in and drove it forward But I think it starts from there because it's a lot of times you think. Well what am I gonNA do with blank. I going to use it and like you'll use headphones especially if you can slide them in your pocket easily so I think that are already like made them. I'm really functional and really interesting and they work I never pods too. I was super function resistance at airports for a long time because I had all these other headphones lying around that I got every single single time I bought a new apple phone and You know I eventually just decided to spend the what is one hundred thirty dollars for the original air pods and I use them them all the time. Now they are the really fits very basic function. This is the apple promises. Is that if you buy the product you're going to be spending more money on it but it works and you don't have to bother with all sorts of nonsense. Yeah it did a really good job of like Bluetooth stuff is annoying but it. It doesn't perfect all of it but it really smooths. WHO's over a lot of that stuff to make it the least annoying version of that right? So that's what you need to like. Pick it over plugging something plus the disappearance appearance of F.. Phone Jack Rowley. Like trying to figure out whether you want the lightning or the dangle and then you just going to get the air pilots and it connects to that and it's sort of like it's not far off from a from a really expensive battery case accessory type of thing it's upwards of that it's a hunt one sixty rain. I was surprised at how many air pods people have been you know buying the pros and have you noticed people upgrading to the pros because that would actually be seeing a lot of money in apple people in the city wearing them you know. I've seen the pros but New York City is its own stories. You know But it was like an air. pod City It really is. Yeah what does it mean to see like New Jersey commuter wearing them it's a different As a subset. But I also think like there's something about the price of that that like lines up with the price of what the IPOD used to be like It's like accessory. I always think accessory prices like what will you buy as an add on in the watch has been getting in that zone to to like apple. Watch game the one nine nine. That's like the Amazon Echo Prize. It's like the marriage not exactly but I hear what you're saying. It was like one ninety nine. It gets closer to being a useful add on useful accessory where it's not super cheap by Apple. It is less expense for like two hundred or less as the part where I go. That's a lot of money but like I could maybe spontaneously think about going for something but more for just for me but getting to more within that gets into like its own device. Its own like commitment so I maybe it's something of that like they found some some zone because the Apple Watch at like four hundred dollars ars is its own consideration like. That's a lot of money. Okay so like you creep down to like one nine eventually go to less compete with like fitbit's and others I feel like the series. Three is what people are really interested in lodge like in the in the suite. Siebel one on the other one like that's the price you'd one eight four

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"rowley" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rowley" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"Man's Dad He had. Let's get dark on this hit cerebral palsy and like a dude's dad jerked him off for him just to give them is pleasure. There's there's these Rowley little toy things like they just want my dad to jerk me before I got I love. My God. Didn't take sex toys for man. It's that little Polo thing. That little puck. I want one of those blow those Caesar so expensive I really want one of those video Just write this video. Were Guy Porn Star. Put One on. Yeah and in this porn chick like with them and she's holding it on him and like I career stuff and like she got the remote and she's got unlike low good and by the end of it he's all like dying because it sucks and polls there's no money man. I just bought a thirteen dollar pocket pussy just went to town on it in my shower I've heard about for women feels like having oral really. We're trying well. They've got to shape tongues and style. This one just like she'll nick. I um you now dislike sucks at it. Sucks your day. We I think we all have one of those ladies everyone. I want a brand new one. Yeah it's remote control and you can have internal control bothered to reach take.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kick Off Africa Tour With a Dance

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kick Off Africa Tour With a Dance

"Its prince Harry a mega Markle's first official tore as a family A. B. C.'s Maggie Rowley says the royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie who barely five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the country Harry a magnum will give clothing books and other items to an Africa based charity the trains and employees women living with HIV S. community health

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 Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in Africa

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in Africa

"Its prince Harry America Markle's first official tore as a family A. B. C.'s Maggie Rowley says a royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie. five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the country Harry and Meghan will give closing books and other items to an African based charity that trains employees women living with I. H. I. V. as community

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 UK survivor questions Russian diplomat on fatal nerve agent

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

UK survivor questions Russian diplomat on fatal nerve agent

"British man whose exposed to the Novi chock nerve agent in south west India Nastya has met the Russian ambassador in London to question him about the incident in which is partner. Dawn Sturgis died. Sarah, Walton reports Johnny Rowley said the embassador Alexander Yakovenko seemed genuinely concerned about his situation. But he described some of Mr. Yakovenko comments during the ninety minute meeting as Russian propaganda and insisted that he still believed Russia was responsible for the attack. Mr. Rhody is still suffering from health problems after finding a discarded perfume bottle containing the chemical Novacek thought to have been used in the poisoning of Sergei scriptural. The Crown Prosecution Service says is enough evidence to charge two Russian men in connection with the attack but Russia has repeatedly denied

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What You Need to Know About New Medicare Cards Redux

Agent Survival Guide Podcast: Empowering insurance agents selling Medicare, Long-Term Care, Life, Annuities, & Final Expense

04:44 min | 3 years ago

What You Need to Know About New Medicare Cards Redux

"Of new Medicare cards began in April of twenty eighteen and your clients may have questions about how they work and what to do with their old Medicare cards because of some updates to the Medicare access and chip reauthorization act more. Commonly known as macro all Medicare in Rowley were predicted to have their new cards before the start of twenty twenty. According to the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services. All new Medicare cards were successfully distributed as of mid January twenty nineteen even though change can be scary. We think your clients will actually prefer their new Medicare cards as with any transition in life. There's going to be some confusion as well. As questions we've compiled a list of potential questions, your clients might ask you and we've also got the answers to those questions. So you can address their concerns. We're going to do a little role play here on the podcast today. Helping me with this scenario is George heavily. He's a videographer here at Ritter insurance marketing, and he is going to play the part of the Medicare beneficiary. How's it goin' George to bed excited to do this? Thanks again for agreeing to help me with this episode ready to get. Started. Let's do it. Okay. Here we go ask away. I don't have my new Medicare card. What should I do do not panic in case of instances like these CMS issued a twenty one month transition period? This means that from April twenty eighteen to January twenty twenty you can use either your old Medicare card or your new Medicare card to help ease the changeover. However after January first twenty twenty you must use your new card for all your Medicare needs. If you want you can call Medicare services at one eight hundred six three three four two two seven to inquire about the status and whereabouts of your new card. Why am I getting a new Medicare card to put it simply these new cards will help protect Medicare enroll enrolls against fraud and identity theft, the number on your current card is based on your social security number which is specific only to you. While the new number on your Medicare card is also unique. For every individual. It's totally random set of eleven numbers and capital letters, the characters are not based on anything, nor do they have any hidden. Meaning there's no Davinci coat here by removing the social security numbers for Medicare cards it strengthens fraud protections for about fifty eight million Americans. So now that I have a new card and my still at risk for fraud with any card that's personal to you. There's always a risk for identify theft. It's important that you treat your new card a credit card. Do not share your Medicare card number with anyone who should not have it. And remember that no one from Medicare will ever contact you asking for personal information unless you gave them permission to do. So prior to the phone call. So if someone calls you claiming to be from Medicare services and tells you that one they need your Medicare card number two you won't receive your Medicare benefits unless you give it to them. Or three. There is a charge for your new Medicare card. You can go ahead and assume it's a scam and hang up immediately. When will I get my new Medicare card at what happens when I do the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services. More commonly known as amass reported that all new Medicare cards were distributed as of January twenty nineteen you can start using your new Medicare cards soon as you receive it and you'll be instructed to safely and securely dispose of your old one. If you haven't received your new card you should contact Medicare services at one eight hundred six three three four two two seven t t y users can call one eight seven seven four eight six two zero four eight what woman new Medicare card, look like your new Medicare card is red white and blue just like your old one. It has your name gender new Medicare card number and the date in which your coverage starts on it. It will also show. Whether you're enrolled in part, a and. Beev if you haven't already you will soon receive an updated version of the Medicare, and you handbook via snail mail that him book shows a picture of the new Medicare card and has more detailed information about the transition. My new car affect my Medicare benefits. No, not at all those who receive new Medicare cards are people who are already enrolled in Medicare your plan, benefits and coverage will stay exactly the same

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"rowley" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"rowley" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"And you do you have some Arthur pods, and here, you have a very one that really heavily reminds me will you have a cockroach, but there's also an an organism that heavily reminds me of of a trial a bite kind of this this. Yeah. This organism that I think throughout throughout the history of. Of animals, I guess our trial bites. Yeah. I guess it'd be animals. You know, we've had something that reminds us whether geographically you call it a pill bug. I we call them Rowley police growing up in the south. I have some tribal bites sitting on my shelf. I'm looking at them right now, there's always been this kind of Arthur pot organism that takes that sort of segmented. Or murdered form? And you have an organism just like that in the book scavengers that are heavily defended. Find it easy to hide. Yeah. And who are I don't know just. Yeah. There it's easy to hide their defended. And I guess they don't need a whole lot nutrition. Right or they find it easily. What they mean? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. There needs are different than the complex needs of organisms that are maybe a bit higher up on the food chain. But actually, I just I just realized before we get deep into the content of the book that you had a partner in producing this book Jordi Solano. So that was the illustrator for the book bright. Okay. So you didn't illustrate but you did the paper crafting and the writing that is correct. Gotcha. Gotcha. So how does that partnership work? Is it just a whole lot of back and forth? Four sure curiously enough in the context of modern publishing. I have never spoken directly with Geordie. Because you know, that's often how they work. What way didn't JR say the same thing a couple of weeks ago on the show? That you actually met straighter though, he the difference. He worked directly with her. That's you're he spoke to her at least like whether it be via E mail or the phone with with Catholic, and a very competent very talented art director, Chris Paul, you know, they they included me in the search. I helped to make a decision as to which illustrator we selected..

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Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome. The deep economic crisis affecting Venezuela has caused more than three million Venezuelans to leave their country. Most have crossed into relatively large neighboring countries like Brazil and Colombia, but some are landing on tiny Caribbean islands where they're not exactly welcome. From the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago reported. John Otis has more. The fishing village of Cedras in southern Trinidad lies just seven miles across the sea from Venezuela that puts it within easy reach of desperate migrants. Like naughty spent the who has just arrived from Venezuela on a small passenger, both she's met by her son who moved here two years ago, and his Trinidadian wife Venezuelans can stay here legally for a few months, but Benavente the has other ideas in Minnesota move into unless different. Referring to food shortages hyperinflation back home. She says the situation. Infants willa is really bad. But at the admits that she might just stay put in Trinidad many Venezuelans enter as tourists then overstay their permits those who lack passports, hey, boat captains to smuggle them ashore all told some sixty thousand Venezuelans have recently settled in Trinidad a stable oil and gas producing nation. However, Trinidad and Tobago is only slightly larger than Rhode Island in home to just one point three million people amid the flood of Venezuelans Trinidad's government is adopting a harder line. For example. It has ignored petitions from thousands of Venezuelans seeking asylum in April authorities forcibly deported eighty two Venezuelans the UN called the expulsions a breach of international refugee law, but at a news conference earlier this year, prime minister, Keith Rowley d. Defended his policy not Russia will not America. We little island limited space, and therefore we cannot on Willett a the UN spokesman's to convert refugee gum still and as walence keep coming. They include eleven members of the Tamar family who are packed into this two bedroom. House. Some work washing dishes or unloading cargo trucks for about five hundred dollars a month as opposed to five dollars back in Venezuela where the currency has collapsed. Still some well to a twenty eight year old chef from Caracas feels like an outcast unable to speak much English and fearful of police roundups. He chokes up telling me how he was jailed last year for overstaying his tours permit another Venezuelans, including children faced the constant threat of deportation. Back on the beach at sea gross mean a net a Trinidadian housewife with tears in her eyes. It turns out she's been taking care of two Venezuelan girls ages eleven and twelve who were somehow left behind when their mother was deported nine months ago. Goes we'll go in true and to be left on your own your parents taken away from you. We just wanted to have the consent of the mother is attempting to adopt the girls, so far she's run into bureaucratic roadblocks. But it's going to keep trying. She doesn't want to give her last name to avoid hassles from government officials. Meanwhile, it's time to say goodbye. The return because I have no extension for them. The time is up to stay in shortly. After we spoke the girls were put aboard a boat for Venezuela for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Cedras, Trinidad and Tobago.

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Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome. The deep economic crisis affecting Venezuela has caused more than three million Venezuelans to leave their country. Most have crossed into relatively large neighboring countries like Brazil and Colombia, but some are landing on tiny Caribbean islands where they're not exactly welcome. From the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago reported. John Otis has more. The fishing village of Cedras in southern Trinidad lies just seven miles across the sea from Venezuela that puts it within easy reach of desperate migrants. Like naughty spent the who has just arrived from Venezuela on a small passenger, both she's met by her son who moved here two years ago, and his Trinidadian wife Venezuelans can stay here legally for a few months, but Benavente the has other ideas in Minnesota move into unless different. Referring to food shortages hyperinflation back home. She says the situation. Infants willa is really bad. But at the admits that she might just stay put in Trinidad many Venezuelans enter as tourists then overstay their permits those who lack passports, hey, boat captains to smuggle them ashore all told some sixty thousand Venezuelans have recently settled in Trinidad a stable oil and gas producing nation. However, Trinidad and Tobago is only slightly larger than Rhode Island in home to just one point three million people amid the flood of Venezuelans Trinidad's government is adopting a harder line. For example. It has ignored petitions from thousands of Venezuelans seeking asylum in April authorities forcibly deported eighty two Venezuelans the UN called the expulsions a breach of international refugee law, but at a news conference earlier this year, prime minister, Keith Rowley d. Defended his policy not Russia will not America. We little island limited space, and therefore we cannot on Willett a the UN spokesman's to convert refugee gum still and as walence keep coming. They include eleven members of the Tamar family who are packed into this two bedroom. House. Some work washing dishes or unloading cargo trucks for about five hundred dollars a month as opposed to five dollars back in Venezuela where the currency has collapsed. Still some well to a twenty eight year old chef from Caracas feels like an outcast unable to speak much English and fearful of police roundups. He chokes up telling me how he was jailed last year for overstaying his tours permit another Venezuelans, including children faced the constant threat of deportation. Back on the beach at sea gross mean a net a Trinidadian housewife with tears in her eyes. It turns out she's been taking care of two Venezuelan girls ages eleven and twelve who were somehow left behind when their mother was deported nine months ago. Goes we'll go in true and to be left on your own your parents taken away from you. We just wanted to have the consent of the mother is attempting to adopt the girls, so far she's run into bureaucratic roadblocks. But it's going to keep trying. She doesn't want to give her last name to avoid hassles from government officials. Meanwhile, it's time to say goodbye. The return because I have no extension for them. The time is up to stay in shortly. After we spoke the girls were put aboard a boat for Venezuela for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Cedras, Trinidad and Tobago.

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‘We Lost Everything,’ Says U.K. Police Officer Poisoned in Novichok Attack

Overnight re-air of day's programming

03:45 min | 3 years ago

‘We Lost Everything,’ Says U.K. Police Officer Poisoned in Novichok Attack

"Spy say guy script pal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury earlier this year with the nerve agent Novi Chuck now, the police officer who was also poisoned with Novacek during the script scruple investigations has spoken publicly for the fast time detective sergeant Nick Bailey told the BBC's panorama programme that when doctor said he had the nerve agent in his system. He was petrified. Jane Corbin reports in March earlier this year, so three became the epicenter of a deadly attack to Russian assassins were sent to kill former Russian spy Sergei script. Now with lethal nerve agent, Novi Chuck he and his daughter Yulia discovered critically ill in the city centre. One of the police officers investigating the crime would become a victim too. You had to make sure that there was no other casualties in the house. It was vital for us to find out. What actually happened to them? Detective sergeant Nick Bailey was the first person to go to the scribbles home that night. He was wearing a full forensic suit. When he entered the house and everything appeared normal wants to come back from the house. The script was house. My my eyes pink Cuba's like pinpricks, and I was quite sweaty. And hot time, I put that down to being tired and stressed Nick Bailey to had come into contact with the Novacek, it's like oil sinking into porous surfaces and it spread by touch. Just a few milligrams can kill it only took a day for Nick to realize something was badly wrong. Everything was shuttering a very very unsteady of my fate. The sweating had gone from my forehead downward back. Mojo body was just dripping with sweat must've been pretty frightening for you. Yes. It was it was it was horrendous. I was just confused. I didn't know what was going on. And it was really really frightening. Detective sergeant Bailey recalls the moment in hospital. He was told what had poisoned him. They said you have this novel. Chalk this navigation in your blood system. What was your reaction confusion? I didn't understand how it happened scared because it's fair the nine because it's such a dangerous thing to have in your system knowing how the other two were how badly they'd been affected by it. I was petrified. It took two weeks for the police investigation to discover that the nerve agent had been sprayed on the front door handle of the scribbles home. But it took the death of dawn Sturgis to work out. How it got there her partner Charlie Rowley who also became ill had found the perfume bottle used to smuggle the substance into Britain the detective leading the investigation deputy assistant Commissioner dean Hayden. There was a significant. Amount of novato contained within the bottle. How many people could have been killed by that it's difficult to say, you know, probably into the fire zones. The amount that was in the bottle and the way it was applied to the script was ham address was completely breakfast. Detective sergeant Bailey unwittingly, contaminated his police station, his car and his home his family can no longer live there. My I describe as the motion of battering, and the psychological impact is is taking longer to deal with just because of everything that's happened to us and not only did we lose the house. We lost without possessions. Everything the kids we lost to that the cows. We lost everything. The UK government has blamed Russia for the attack. But Russian authorities deny any involvement, Jane Corbin, ending that report there of the a detective sergeant Nick Baylis just

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Rules for Hosting a Compliant Medicare Educational Event

Agent Survival Guide Podcast: Empowering insurance agents selling Medicare, Long-Term Care, Life, Annuities, & Final Expense

07:06 min | 4 years ago

Rules for Hosting a Compliant Medicare Educational Event

"Presentation is a fantastic way to grow your client base, but you must make sure to stay compliant the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services. Also known as CMS, have set forth rules on what you can and cannot do when holding events. We will cover what you need to know. As we discussed how to host a compliant educational event on Medicare. Establishing your event. If you're planning on hosting and educational event, I review your motivation for pudding on the presentation affairs like these serve to inform Medicare beneficiaries about Medicare Advantage part d. or other Medicare programs during educational events, you cannot market specific plans. So if that is your goal, you must hold and follow CMS Medicare sales event guidelines ask for the when and wear educational events must be held in a public venue under no circumstances. Should you hold them in in-home or one on one settings promoting Medicare educational events. You can advertise these types of events through most familiar media formats, including newspaper and radio ads, flyers and direct mailers. However, there are a couple of guidelines. You must follow when marketing educational events, all educational events must be explicitly marketed as educational to beneficiaries educational event. Advertisements and invitations must contain the t. t wide disclaimer stating quote, for combinations of persons with special needs at meetings call than the phone number and t. t. y. number and quote, it's important to point out that CMS use to have rules on how agents had to promote and present perspective in Rowley educational events and enroll only educational events. However, these were absent in their twenty nineteen Medicare communications and marketing guidelines or MCM. Geez, we believe that based on the new definitions of marketing and communications, the intent to hold and enroll, the only event may qualify as marketing. Why is that? Well, typically. Early in Rowley, only events are held for specific carriers. Current enroll Ie's, and the intent is to retain the current enroll in a plan. Hans marketing since enroll. The only events are conducted on behalf of a specific carrier. We would advise you to follow carrier specific guidelines to stay compliant giving your presentation. Remember at educational events, your primary focus is to educate attendees. It is not to lead or attempt to lead attendees toward a specific plan or set of plans. What can you do during an educational event? You can hand out objective educational materials on 'em a part D. And other Medicare programs. You're allowed to give away promotional items that include plan, name logo, a toll free number or carrier website, but they must comply with CMS nominal gifts, ordinances, you may answer. Questions posed by attendees. You can provide attendees with generic business reply cards, and you can give out your business card and contact information for beneficiaries to us to initiate contact with you knew for twenty nineteen. You can also provide and collect scope of appointment forms at -cational events. You can even provide meals refreshment or light snacks. What are you not allowed to do? You can't display a sign in sheet or collect contact information of any kind. You may not discuss any carrier specific plans benefits or distribute marketing plan materials that means no specific plan information like premiums or co payments to name a few. You cannot provide or collect enrollment forms. You are not allowed to answer questions beyond what the attendees ask during -education events. You're not allowed to give. Way cash or other monetary rebates. You may not give an educational presentation in a one on one setting. You're also not allowed to hold a sales event right after your educational event in the same building or general area. The importance of saying compliant stems and carriers take compliance very seriously, and we do to keep in mind. Carriers may send secret shoppers to your educational events. If you violate CMS Medicare communications and marketing guidelines, you could be subject to administrative hearings and penalties cease and desist orders or worse. CMS can suspend or revoke your license. Why? So serious Medicare eligible 's and Medicare beneficiaries depend on health insurance agents like you to help them with what can be a confusing and complicated endeavor.

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Japan scientists to use 'reprogrammed' stem cells to fight Parkinson's

Global News Podcast

02:27 min | 4 years ago

Japan scientists to use 'reprogrammed' stem cells to fight Parkinson's

"Large display of some flowers became as of yellow roses and the would mum spelled out in white carnations the Reverend Philip Bromley who conducted the private service told reporters that Charlie Rowley, who's recovering from Nova choke poisoning, sat on the front row during his partners. Funeral. The vicar said tributes were paid by Mr. jesse's family, including her eleven year old daughter. She just said how much she loved her mom and how much her mom had loved her, which resulted in around applause from everybody in the the crematorium just to say how marvelous she had done that and how how courageous you'd be Reverend Bromley said, despite earlier advice about possible contamination risks. He was able to touch the coffin during the blessing and pull bearers carried it into the crematorium as normal. The Nova choke poisoning. Was not referred to explicitly during the service, but prayers were said for the communities of Salisbury and amesbury where many people are still coming to terms with what has happened here. The music included the track beautiful dawn by the singer songwriter James blunt, John k there in Salisbury in southern England. Japanese scientists aren't to begin the first human trials using stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease. The study will work to actively reverse the effects of the degenerative neurological condition. Shivani Davi reports building on the success of animal trials from last year researchers at Kyoto University are using stem cells in the hope that they can reverse the effects of Parkinson's disease. The neurological condition is caused by lack of a chemical called dopamine in the brain. Current treatment does not address this meaning patients were unable to hold or reverse. The effects of the disease only is their symptoms, but using healthy stem cell scientists. Hope they'll be able to recreate. The SOS that create dopamine the team planning to do this bungee thing about five million in juice pre potent stem themselves, otherwise known as cells into the patient's brain. These means specifically programs to replicate parts of the brain that make dopamine. The trial is set to run from the first of August that seven participants. The conditions of these patients will be monitored for two years after the surgery shivani Davi. Coming up in the cloud cost..

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First-of-its-kind clinical trial will use reprogrammed adult stem cells to treat Parkinson’s

Global News Podcast

02:27 min | 4 years ago

First-of-its-kind clinical trial will use reprogrammed adult stem cells to treat Parkinson’s

"Large display of some flowers became as of yellow roses and the would mum spelled out in white carnations the Reverend Philip Bromley who conducted the private service told reporters that Charlie Rowley, who's recovering from Nova choke poisoning, sat on the front row during his partners. Funeral. The vicar said tributes were paid by Mr. jesse's family, including her eleven year old daughter. She just said how much she loved her mom and how much her mom had loved her, which resulted in around applause from everybody in the the crematorium just to say how marvelous she had done that and how how courageous you'd be Reverend Bromley said, despite earlier advice about possible contamination risks. He was able to touch the coffin during the blessing and pull bearers carried it into the crematorium as normal. The Nova choke poisoning. Was not referred to explicitly during the service, but prayers were said for the communities of Salisbury and amesbury where many people are still coming to terms with what has happened here. The music included the track beautiful dawn by the singer songwriter James blunt, John k there in Salisbury in southern England. Japanese scientists aren't to begin the first human trials using stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease. The study will work to actively reverse the effects of the degenerative neurological condition. Shivani Davi reports building on the success of animal trials from last year researchers at Kyoto University are using stem cells in the hope that they can reverse the effects of Parkinson's disease. The neurological condition is caused by lack of a chemical called dopamine in the brain. Current treatment does not address this meaning patients were unable to hold or reverse. The effects of the disease only is their symptoms, but using healthy stem cell scientists. Hope they'll be able to recreate. The SOS that create dopamine the team planning to do this bungee thing about five million in juice pre potent stem themselves, otherwise known as cells into the patient's brain. These means specifically programs to replicate parts of the brain that make dopamine. The trial is set to run from the first of August that seven participants. The conditions of these patients will be monitored for two years after the surgery shivani Davi. Coming up in the cloud cost..

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