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"sabah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Excited with the thought of being coached by bar Sabah Savi while being part of the Catalan giants rebuild playing The Indianapolis Colts have traded quarterback Carson Wentz to the Washington commanders for 2022 third round pick and a 2023 third rounder that can become a second if once plays at least 70% of the snaps The teams have also traded second round picks in this year's draft within Indianapolis moving up from 47th to 42nd When's came to the cult from the Philadelphia Eagles last off season for first and third round draft picks With the window opening up next week NFL teams to negotiate with free agents reports out of New York say the Giants will make a run at quarterback Mitchell trubisky who spent last season as a backup in Buffalo The Giants though will have competition as trubisky is thought to be coveted by most quarterback starved teams across the league I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape This is a Bloomberg business flash We had a powerful rally in the U.S. equity market today Some were calling it a case of dip buying that may have been the case but also bet there was a fair amount of short covering driving some of this price action The catalyst was a reversal in the oil market we heard from the UAE energy minister saying the UAE will call on fellow OPEC plus members to boost output faster and at the same time the oil minister from Iraq went further saying that his country couldn't increase output if required Now even with the pullback in oil and we had crude oil tumbling about 12% here in New York the risk remained and I'm speaking largely of the.
"sabah" Discussed on #digitalsuccess - Social Media Marketing Podcast by TheAngryTeddy.com
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"sabah" Discussed on Nationalism in India
"The trade dispute bill. That would reduce the civil liberties of the citizens. So they proclaimed with this to meet their fear they have done this. Okay? They are fearless defined attitudes with the slogan in collapse in the bad. Which meant dong dong with embolism. Was something which was. The source of courage for them. And they were being arrested, and other things so they Raj kuru were hanged on 23rd March 1931. About them. Work with each other and rora had written has written philosophy of warm, a book where you will find a detail discourse about them. One of the important lines of buggered singer just quoting for you all here. On second 1931. His declared that apparently I have acted like the terrorist, but I'm not a dead artist. Let me announce with all of my strength at my command that I am not a terrorist, and I never was, except, perhaps, in the beginning of my revolutionary career, and I'm convinced that we can not gain anything to those methods. So that is why his work was deeply remembered by the people. Today also we remember him because of his work. He was the one who established Punjab nodule and behaved no juvenile hearted Sabah in 1926. To carry out open political work among the youth, present and workers. So this was something you need remarkable. They wanted to do something different. And with each other and boras, statement, if you will, listen, you will definitely feel something about them. Independent social political economic aimed at establishing a new order of society in which political economic exploitation will be an impossibility. This was the statement and with this he has also tried to explain us that they have given a different meaning to the world revolution. Burger King and his comrades made a major advance in broadening the scope and the definition revolution. Revolution was no longer equated with the tendency of violence. Its first objective was by only one thing that was national liberation. The overthrow of imperialism. And that new meaning was given by the revolutionary nationalism, which happens just as an after effects of incident with Joel. Isn't it? So with this we have learned here that the deep backdrop is courage and the determination and the sense of sacrifice, stirred the Indian people. And all this helped to spread the nationalist consciousness in the land. And in northern India, the spread of socialists consciousness. And this was all we have all to revolutionaries. We should never forget this. Deny more about this face of nationalism, peace be connected with me. And take a very good care of yourself till then, bye bye..
"sabah" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action
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"sabah" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"sabah" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"I'm so glad. I'm not the only one so that's something to think about. I don't have an answer for it but it is something to think about. I have put time limits on my phone. But because they've they've been there for so long. I'm so glad at just clicking like ignore ignore ignore ignore. Yeah and then my kids see me do it. Yeah and then. That's terrible example. Right i so for me personally like the social media stuff is not a problem. If if i plug in the phone and walk away from it. I can walk away from it. But it's the steph. Like i'm gonna watch one more show or one more episode or i'm gonna stay up half an hour later and then you're right. I don't look at the consequences down the road or later the next morning when to get up or Dragging all day. Because i'm tired No i'm not good about setting boundaries for myself at all i like again like i said it's like a so push and pull for me. It's like telling myself. No but the other part of me like wanting what i want. Well it takes energy to do it and sometimes that energy has gone gap. I've used all of that energy elsewhere. Now i'm just gonna fall into my old habits. Okay what about with your kids setting boundaries. I'm terrible terrible. Terrible terrible and i'll give me an example last weekend. She my daughter is thirteen. An eighth grade. They were having a back to school Mike bash party outside get together whatever she wanted to go to that fine. Great you can go that. That's from five to seven thirty. Then she wanted to go to the high school football game after that and then it turned into x. Amount of friends are coming to our house after school. They're going to stay here then. You're going to take us to the school bash. Oh but wait now. We're hungry so can you take us to chick-fil-a then take us to the school bash. Then come back ninety minutes later. Pick a sabah. Then drive us down to. It's not a close high school a drive drive us to that high school. Then turn around and pick us up ninety minutes later and then take everybody home. And i was like okay and were the only mom involved in the transporting of everybody only one. Yeah and my husband was like why didn't you say no. And fair fair point. We had family in town. We were hosting dinner at our house that night. So i had a run in and out in and out and it would have been perfectly reasonable for you to say..
"sabah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Kids are better served by having diverse teachers, and a lot of research shows that kids of color tend to perform better having even just one teacher of color in their school career. Black students especially are more likely to be referred to gifted and talented programs to graduate and to take a college entrance exam when they've had even just a single school year with a black teacher. When will and I talked with Charles Martinez, the dean at UT Austin, he told us diversifying enrollment at the university is something they're working on, He says. Enrollment in just the last year has gone up substantially among black and Latino students. We also saw a 90% 90% increase in our Latino Latina students enrolled in the college of bed and 86% increase in first generation students who chose to come here. That's just right. That was just last year from the year before, he says. The College of Education has consistently had more black and Latino students than the university writ large, but it's still not fully reflective of the state's student population. There's things we need to all learn. About alternative certifications, and certainly their diversity is something we need to attend to. When you constrain the pathways to the profession, you run the risk of lowering the diversity and admissions policies at institutions of higher Ed. Can vary much interact and create some of those. You know those bottlenecks in the pipeline. But like Sabah, he doesn't see his university.
"sabah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Sabah Lanka in three sets. And England's teenager 18 year old Emerita Kado is up 6154 against Greece's Maria Soccer it again under two minutes to go at Tampa Bay. 28 26, the Dallas Cowboys are driving a third and long coming up, guys. Thanks a bunch Stevo. Dak Prescott just completed a pass that lost two yards. But holding on the play is going to push the football back to the 40 yard line. 3rd and 16 for the Cowboys. They got to get at least a little bit here to give Greg Zuerlein a chance that normally look Greg the leg and someone who can make it from long. But again, as you just heard, Steve say, not having the best of nights, two out of four on the night field goal wise, this would be a 59 yard field goal right now and still a minute and a half left to go. So the Cowboys need to pick up some yards on this play. If they're going to kick a field goal that's going to be a little bit easier. The Cowboys throw a pass. It is down to the 30 yard line of Mari Cooper twists and turns gains about 10 of it back. So now fourth down, and here comes what looks like Greg's early. Yeah, take a field goal to give the Cowboys the lead if he makes it It would be 29 28 Tom Brady would be getting the football back with a minute and a half left to go. Oh, the drama here in Tampa. Either way, I'm going to have to pay a penalty because 1 900 lose my ass. I had Tampa winning a 10 point game, so that's good. Hey, look, wait, wait, wait. Odak is going to kick the field goal. Dak is waving Craig's airline off the fit. He's actually picked up Greg Zuerlein and thrown him into Jerry Jones Army. What I suggested Aaron Rodgers should.
Being Authentic and Present With Yourself
"Authentic in such doorway and such a practice you know it is kind of the the emotional real emotional version of of practice of seeing things as they are in honoring man and owning that and it only for me leads to more more solid foundation and more and more transparency one of the one of the images that i think is so powerful for me with with the pandemic is that you know the jewish tradition the word sabbath literally means the one day. We don't turn one thing into another. And i feel like we've been forced into a global sabah and can't manipulate. We can't even dream too far ahead. And so we've been forced our turn to see the miracle in the ordinary to see the beauty in everything and everyone and and And i think you know said if we truly thomas merton new we truly be held each other. We fall down in worship each other and so here. We are forced to to say no. The dream isn't tomorrow. We can't defer life or our best selves or ourselves. It's all right here and that was one other like a powerful thing for me with the pandemic is or did i came upon us. I was very. I had a lot of echoes from my cancer journey An particularly this moment. When i was diagnosed i like anyone else. I went to this appointment with a doctor. Who told me i had cancer and i was alarmed frightened in thought. You must have the wrong folder. Can't be me. And but then when i left that office that day the door i had come through for out. Appointment was gone. No way back to life before that appointment and i also feel that humanity has been forced through that doorway with the pandemic. The old world is gone There's going back
"sabah" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"Lincoln you look right now via tennis. Abstract arena sample lenka in eighty point seven percent favored in that match. She's minus four fifty in the early oddsmakers According to the early oddsmakers yeah. She's the favorite and if she you know she's someone who i think takes lumps to learn lessons. She makes a grand slam. Semi-final really close match with carolina plus three sets but she ends up losing that once she takes that data point back into the semi-finals here can be fascinating to see how she competes. But that's your bottom half of the draw going to be leyla fernandez taking on arena stab lincoln. Just the last thing on sat blanca. You know she's only twenty three right like again. I hate to keep doing this. But let's play the twenty thirty game in twenty thirty. All that happens. Is her digits switch. She's thirty to like come on the. Here's a list of players right now. Who are aged thirty. Two in the top one hundred. You've got patrick. Bit of a thirty one. I think that's an apt comparison for how sabah lenka may age kerber thirty-three such different game style as aranka thirty two. That's an interesting one. You've got risk in kerr who are both thirty. One obviously serena thirty nine. That's the exception sway zhang thirty two. Those are you're over thirty players right now in the top fifty. I don't think there's any reason. Sample inca couldn't be one of those players. Ten years from now should she want to be and again twenty. Three years old into a back to buy consecutive slam semi-finals brilliant performance from arena. Sabah lenka to advanced. But that's where things stand on the women's side to flip gears and and talk about where we are at on the men's side or should be Again a really really good event in you look Good event good semi-final matchup. You look no surprise to anyone. Neil medvedev advancing to those semifinals. But for him you know. Here's a four set. Victory over boat. Vince in scope ultimately six three six love. Four six seven five. I was surprised to see him. Drop that third set. I won't mind you look for medvedev overall in the side. I don't think it was anything. He did poorly. I think both dick stepped up his game and he went down swinging. But you look for medvedev over the course course of the match. It was just a medvedev. Ian performance make sixty six percent of his first serves wins eighty three percent of his first-serve points fifty six percent of his second. Serve points sneaky. Efficient twenty thirty at the net. Thirty six winners. Against twenty four unforced air seven of twelve on. Break point chances versus you. Know he fights off three of the five break points that he faces average a hundred twenty six feet per point. That is the biggest number by far. We have mentioned here on these mini break podcasts. Over the course of the us open you. Just you know vote baltic band. Essential is a guy who moves the ball really well around the court. it's very benoi parish. I know i've said this before. In just he can hit all of the angles. He can hit the slices. he can hit the dropshots. He can hit the swinging volleys. There's no shot in tennis. That is forbidden to boutique. Venison scope and yet. There's no obvious plus one weapon. He doesn't fire in the hundred thirty. Mph serve on average. He doesn't hit the ground stroke. Mock twelve you know in del po like slap at will. That's not him now. He will work in the short angles. He will work in the dropshots. But did you just on another plane. Right now physically. He's hit that joke. Vici and stage of his hardcourt career. Were unless you have elite of an elite performance..
"sabah" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"She just turned nineteen canadian tennis player. Leyla fernandez upset. The five cd. Lena spent alina in three sets. She's in the us open. Semi-finals against any of these are second-seeded arena. Several inca is a two seat. Congratulations to leila fernandez okay. I've actually been watching more of this than ever for some. Are you familiar with arena. Sabah lenka i am not no I i have watched a couple of days. But when i started the tournament i was into it could be a rhino. I'm not even sure arena arena arena a rhino whatever. Let's call all thing off each morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo you have a special afternoon yesterday you were telling me about it and i know you wanted to share some of the stories from what happened in the The event that you Attend the.
"sabah" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Was gonna happen anyway. A lot of you think it doesn't matter this was going to happen anyway. We shouldn't have been there. We needed to get out. The taliban was always gonna come back a lot of you think that this is the white house defense today over the weekend joe biden released a statement and said it didn't matter if we stayed there year five years twenty years. We needed to lead. This was always going to happen. Except joe biden told us a month ago. This was not going to happen a month ago. The taliban would not take over there would be no saigon moment. He was wrong. But now there's this. And this is the most damning thing for the wall street journal for those of you who believe this was always going to happen anyway. Mark inwardly digest. Learn and memorize this passage for the wall street journal in the wake of president biden's withdrawal the united states pulled its air support intelligence and contractors servicing afghanistan's planes and helicopters that meant the afghan military simply couldn't operate any more. The same happened with another failed american effort. The south vietnamese army in the nineteen seventies said retired. Lieutenant general daniel bulger who commanded the us led coalition's mission to train afghan forces in two thousand eleven to two thousand thirteen in other words. It's not that. The afghan army ran and fled because they were scared. It's that we decapitated the afghan army on our way out the door. They couldn't fight the taliban because the afghan army was trained to fight alongside us. We did not train them to fight independently. They did not have their own intelligence gathering capabilities. They relied on us. They did not have their own aircraft mechanics to fix our helicopters planes that we had given them. They relied on us. They did not have their own air support. They relied on us. They did not have their own maintenance contractors. They relied on us. That's how they were trained. They relied on us and we got into their capabilities on our way out the door. You can save. This was always going to happen because it didn't have to be that way. We could have trained them. We could have helped them develop their own intelligence sources. We could have trained them how to fix their own helicopters and planes. We could have developed their own air support capabilities. We didn't do any of that..
"sabah" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"That that flexibility. So that's that's the point right like you know to a certain extent y- because i think you know to the netflix's example. We basically kind of figuring out like what what disney is actually kind of doing like that building that flags but they also kind of building in the virtual world. That's the tech. Well technically basically where you know you might have. Somebody might want to kind of spend an hour of every single bill. Let's say it's like five hours watching a disney plus show so you've already got them for five hours then you basically kind of want to get them for another seventy two hours before and then if you add in services basically then you'll getting up to one hundred and sixty eight and they're on a disney property you know and it doesn't matter if it's like on a computer will actually kind of in real life you're looking at it as basically like i have a target that i won this person to spend two hundred dollars on disney property and i don't care if it's actual physical and i don't care if it's You know if if it's just a themed taxi that miraculously comes and picks you up a basically like reminds you of the fact that does you know an incredible thing going on a disneyland in the next you know in the next ten days and the whole taxi journeys basically one massive promos for that specific thing. Like the the point for me is basically like you'll you'll trying to you should be as a brand basically as any kind of In a hotel you. You're trying to basically kind of make yourself relevant to that person as especially as brand that has multiple locations. You should be looking at it as basically like how can i build something that's going to be relevant to this person over the entire course of the month old they're year and you'll then really really you know you're not looking marketing as basically one stupid mail that you're kind of doing every single month to offer them a twenty percents discount like you're actually kind of going in with value you're thinking about when can i. Why can i attracted this particular guest. And you're looking at every single guest because a guest to you in not way can be for example somebody who needs a quiet while expects for the day and it's just like why didn't you tell them that you know and they can be in your city in those types of people maybe actually coming to your restaurant to your ball all of these different things. How you getting those people to come back and actually spend a hell of a lot more time. How you getting them to kind of enjoy a Those people that have that have come to the ball or that. Have come to the spa. How you making sure that they basically kind of checking in every single mom For a week weekend away from the kids you know something like that. All you thinking about providing those kind of childcare services if not is there another platform that you can actually kind of Allied with to actually kind of make it really really super easy. Make it super convenient. That basically like you don't have to employ those people but you'll just partnering up with those types of platforms and bring them in basically to actually kind of facilitate dot kind of sabah's it's incredible. It's incredible i love. I love this conversation so much because they a really does like you ask any hotel school. you ask any training program any type of on boarding system or way the hotels or vacation rental companies tech companies have this is this is. This is how the industry is. This is a key fundamentals of x. industry or of hospital of hotels. This is how housekeepers have to do. This means has to do that And i think you get that pattern of doing it for so long. I even had my my last previous owner. That i worked for say this has been the last twenty years and this is how we do it that excuse and then you kind of brought up kobe at a little bit in the whole shifted as kind of shift them. I said well this is. How opportunity is this. How vacation rentals have to be this. How hotels have to operate In order to partake in that industry standard that we've had the last one years granted kind of shaken up the whole thing and when it comes to flexibility And just the overall out of the box thinking that it requires in order to really capture more than just a nightly rate is more than just think like one thing. I think a lot of companies have learned i. At least i've learned myself. Is that a lot of businesses. I think they all saw like this. Is our main revenue stream right. This is how we grow and scale and blah blah blah and then they saw what that revenue stream is taken away so does nightly rate but they don't have nothing exactly but if they were able to create and have a back end whether it's tack or support that could give that experience with their like one thing i'll just use for example for us like our guests didn't do you know we had a lot of cancellations the beginning a lot. Everyone wanted to cancel and just by. We have no idea if we had the opportunity to say. Hey we have virtual experience package for you that you actually purchase here through our whatever You don't have to be on property but we want to be with you during this time. Like being able to offer that service and now we have another revenue stream and then we have another one when they get to the property. And we have another one with do this. You're really changed the fundamentals of dependability. On i think the overall you know obviously your your business. You have to make money but dependability on x. y. and z. Programs that you have no control over and so you guys are really amused is taking that and saying screw it you you control however you want to plug it in and play it which i love and so just kind of curious on on the muse and the tech founding startup that it was too is to how you've grown and become this big competitor space. What are the i guess. You have one or two companies are. They're just really challenging that landscape that we've seen over the last decade of of hospitality. Like i think that the it's nice that basically we do like we do challenge a of these nobles basically. I think we also managed to you like the point for us is that we want to bring hospital with like with like most of the people basically especially in like the leadership positions that that will people be bashing believe in hospitality as an industry that like we do. Think it's this. Like i hate the fact for example like People talk about it professionals as low paying jobs. You know. Because i'm like well you know like making a guest. Happy is much hotter than basic. Be like you know doing something on the stock exchange because you in five years time machines games actually kind of take your job and that job basically recommending the right kind of thing. It's still going to be better than recommendation. Algorithm and the point about it is that humans great human services. It's so long we've kind of we've set up a an economy that that actually kind of you know. Prioritizes machine jobs over over human jobs. And i think that you know with the coming of ai with the coming of these types of things if you if you look far enough into the future then you do see the you know. What are the things that were already truly kind of remain and it's probably going to be you know deep memories. The ones that of that you can touch that you can feel like those types of things in like if you all somebody about the last trip that they took us is the loss computer game that they actually i played like. I'm pretty sure that they gain to be able to tell you more information about the trip that they took that creates real value in that person's life and the more and more that we're kind of shifting towards World basically where we have so many.
"sabah" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"sabah" Discussed on eBikeNews - der Podcast
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"sabah" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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How To Silence Your Saboteur with Remy Blumenfeld
"My guest. Today is remmy blumenfeld. Me is one of the world's leading us coaches in advisors. He's contributed more than fifty articles to forbes and has listed by the independent newspaper as one of the twenty most influential. Lgbtq people in the united kingdom. He's been featured the new york times the sunday times. Forbes and inc is clients are leaders from across the creative sector from film. Tv advertising publishing in gaining. Thanks so much for joining me today. Remmy ion is my pleasure. I am thrilled to have you here. We're gonna be talking about a subject. That number one i think is so important for business. Owners and founders but also so timely. I guess i i would say it's probably evergreen. You know it's probably always timely. But it is about that that savage that inner salvator that we have And i would really like to start with asking you to share. What what you think that saboteur is and how you see it affecting business owners yeah so the saboteur is a voice in your head and of course we are all made up of many different parts that may be the salesman that maybe the publicist that may be the shy retiring person with complex beings but when we have a conversation with ourselves in our head very often the part of ourselves that we're talking to in our head is not the most helpful part very often. The part of ourselves with communicating with is the saboteur. And the sabah. I i think it's helpful to think about this in terms of evolution you know. The saboteur is the voice in our head was designed to protect us and to be helpful to all survival by saying. Don't try that come up before and it didn't work And that's very helpful when you're going to be eaten by a barrel full down a precipice in primitive terms. It's very helpful to have a cautionary voice in your head that saying. Don't take that risk. Don't try that again. That could end in failure. You could eaten by a lion but these days you know when the risks were taking not life threatening risks for the huge majority that voice in our head. that staff from evolution is really unhelpful. Because it's it's a. It's a constantly questioning challenging. Tao ching voice the taps into environmental circumstances to remind us why whatever it is about to do could end up in bad trouble and and the bad trouble that it could end us up in. These days is really only failure. Failure as we know is necessary to success. Because if you don't fail dozens of times you won't succeed in my business. Before i went into coaching i was in. I was in tv entertainment. And you had to pitch a whole lot of ideas before you gotta yes. There was a saying that our industry sounds like yes. No no no no no no no no no no yes no no no no no no and you know the voice in your head would always be saying. Oh don't do that. Don't pitch that show put in that proposal. You could look foolish. You could fail. It could be rejected. Who are you to do this. And i think diane you're right that the voice is evergreen sadly but in these times off of stress and scarcity and on news waves being completely clogged with with negative messages. Al-sabah has a lot of material to work on. You know because it. It doesn't take much to derail you because you know. I thought i mean a very simple one is like don't do that. It's a recession. Who will want that. It's a recession and that immediately kind of short circuits so many things just thinking well the economic times a bad so the voice in my head. That saying don't do that. Whatever that might be launching new product lines. Start a business hire somebody expand. Whatever it is you might be thinking of doing when that voice in your head you're sabotage says don't try that those a recession on think you. Are you crazy. The other part of you the pop. That's perhaps a little bit more and daring is very easily put off. So maybe that's you know that's a helpful kind of overview of our savage basically the voice in your head that says. Don't you try that. you'll look foolish. Don't try that it won't work. Why are you even thinking of doing that. Who'd think you up to do it. That's the sabotage on. It sounds like the there are times when the saboteur sounds like the their reasoning is valid. Like what the example escaping. Don't you that. There's a recession right. So so it feels like it's we. Can vince ourselves saboteurs right. A hundred percent hundred percent and the and the sabah works on pre existing agreements. Which are out there in the world which it's part of a that you'll never gonna ditch your saboteur and i think it's perhaps even useful to to recognize that voice in your head has has a place it has a place and if you think of all the different parts of yourself as being you'll personal board of advisors than having one board member who saying don't try that as a recession. Don't try that it went. What don't do it again. You'll look foolish. That can be okay. Annoying let's no pretend it's not annoying tablet board member like that. It's annoying but it can be useful. I think the problem diameters for many of us alone in our heads with the board of one the board member of one that we have is the salvatore and until we labeled at bold member as the saboteur. Recognize that you know. She has a value but she's not driving us to the place where we want to go quickly or in daring courageous ambitious imaginative way initially realized that than we. Oh yes that's the truth. Well it's not. The truth is just one perspective. It's just one it's one perspective and you could even argue that it's a useful perspective but it it. It's the only perspective you become allies because all the conversations that you're having with yourself you'll sabotage in your head end up in feeling defeated and feeling like Thank goodness. I didn't try that because i would have looked foolish as though you see. I think the saboteur believes the failing and looking foolish are the worst possible things that could happen to you. And of course a part of you part of me believes that too because we've all had bad experiences with failing looking foolish and so when the saboteur voice in our head says that we listen whereas the reality is we should as a good chairman of our own board. Say thank you for your contribution. I will bear that in mind and then take some other input right. That's that's the way i look at it. Yeah yeah yeah definitely okay. So how does someone silence that saboteur question. And i'm afraid the answer is you cannot silence you'll sabah. Zabaleta was put that by evolution. Some people's loud too some people sabotage more frequent. However what you can do is put your saboteur in that place and i think the first thing you can do is just by recognizing it by recognizing the that voice in my head that i'm talking with all the time is very often my saboteur and when it creeps in need to recognize that that's that's the perspective but not the only respect. So that's one thing you know the very first thing but it's really important. Recognize the voice in my head is not me it's by sabato and then the second thing is maybe just to kind of put it in a box so i think of my subah diane like a like a still away on my ship right. So i'm the captain and the captain decides where we're going to go how we're gonna get the how it's going to be. Who's gonna come along for the ride and the saboteur is a stowaway who i don't really want on the ship. They are there any way and they are always undermining everyone on everything and it has a useful function but they are still away.
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"sabah" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Can i guys how are we all. It's the karch hyper doing. Well that's the token thing that everyone seems to be talking about right now bought. What is token is talking cities of sigma and a city that i should have been speaking about a long time ago. But it's taken me far and wide. I've looked for the greatest generals of hammer hole. And i founded. I found the greatest ham whole general across the land. In fact cross to lands across actually and kyron it is mitch dible others Mixed to being a bogan. Australian but mitch is coming straight out of the netherlands Someone who's been running have a whole for a while. Now has his down. And i'm really excited to explore a city that not everyone's talking about people talk about hello. How until wet tempest. I they talk about the living city like that. I think have a whole sleep. Aw hamels asleep. And i want to unpack this with you but mitch get i welcome. Yeah i may appear to be here looking forward to this. she what we can find out about the hammer eligibility and yet it's a it's a good city. It's an interesting city and when you look at the allegiance. I think it's a little bit harder than the others. You know you look at hallo hot and it's just like cool throwing all of the wizards. I was actually looking at least the on facebook core. Ben you spin of out of two thousand points. I think it was a good fifteen hundred points in wizards and it was like wall slowed down your spending chimney pointing wizards and tempest. I kinda feels like oh. Let's go all all super foss things and every ko but when you look at a whole you like what do i do at. This storm costs stuff going on some stuff with banners. It's not quite as obvious. I think it's partly why people haven't really gone into just yet kind of like living cds a bit of asleep so what you've previously run around you were in the sat formerly you'd run them full. I think it was the the dutch. Jj pretty well just You know Bowing out to ben sabah who's clearly Known to be ashamed about ben's and awesome playoff that you've been playing with these guys for a while and what's your experience of hamill been pretty fun like Getting some quite consistent damage That's mainly the thing like a lot of blood of both style. You can just hand around just making.
Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, Kuwait’s Emir, Dies at 91
"And the ruler of Kuwait Shake Saba Amar Al Sabah has died at 91. He had presided over the small oil rich countries since 2006. Hours after his death, his half brother, the Kuwaiti Crown prince was
Kuwait emir, 91, flies to US for medical care after surgery
"The emir of Kuwait is expected to seek medical treatment in the US, saying it's 91 year old ruler Emir Sheik Sabah Lama, Raba is fine to the United States for medical treatments. His office says The trip comes after a successful surgery at the weekend. There are no further details. The news on the lack of clarity on shake Subhas condition is prompting speculation about another possible power struggle within Kuwait's ruling family shakes. ABA has led the country for 14
49ers decline on Solomon Thomas, Chicago Bears decline Mitch Trubisky option
"The forty Niners went ahead and told Solomon Thomas well yeah we like it but not that much with the chance to pick up his fifth year option beyond twenty twenty they did not which was to be expected why commit money to a guy maybe that you you know think maybe you could spend elsewhere now same thing happened to Mitch Trubisky this weekend with the Chicago Bears Sabah those two guys who are so linked together in the draft neither of them has had their fifth year option picked up so sometimes will be on the Niners this year because is that that is the final year of his
‘The Batman' Movie Gets New Release Date
"Matt Reeves says that the the his Batman movie currently stalled in London so that's not finished yet I guess so I don't think they were about two months into production and I had to shut down yeah he says that he thinks they'll be be able to open up but it won't be until June twenty fifth next year next summer but in the first weekend of October next year October one the spot made famous by DC's are rated joker Reeves said that once it's safe to resume production the plan is to finish the batsman in London instead of relocating a quarter of the film was shot Reeves is currently sifting through footage Bettman moves to date where both paramount twentieth century studios have untitled movie slated to go in there's a there's a movie version of the flash coming she is a M. two and the Basel Armand Sabah's Warman's untitled Elvis Presley movie starring Tom Hanks I I guess that was finished book pretty much by the time Hanks got the
The invisible epidemic of drugged drinks
"If you've spent an evening anywhere people gather for drinks and a good time over the past three decades or so you've probably seen a poster or heard a warning watch your drink. Don't leave it unattended. If in doubt pour it out it's not a new problem. It is is a chillingly persistent one. It is also an issue for which Canada is still struggling to find a coherent strategy and for all those warnings warnings and awareness campaigns. Unless you've been a victim of these drugs you're probably underestimating. The effect they can have that was driven home in December and a series of viral videos that documented one young woman's week long recovery from a drug slipped into her drink at a bar. How big was the dose? She got don't know what drug was. It exactly also don't know how many other women were targeted in the same establishment published at least one but beyond that we don't know before you can find the solution to a problem you have to understand the SCOPE COPA and we're still grappling with the fact that these anecdotal stories and viral videos and occasionally even charges and convictions are likely just the tip of the iceberg. So how can we see. What's underneath the water? I'm throwing this. Is the big story Rosa. Sabah reports at the Calgary Bureau for the star but this time she covered hovered something out on the East Coast. Hi Rosa I'm doing. Well a little more disturbed after reading your report. But why don't you start by telling me about jobs as Sonya. What happened to her? Sure so shows. Eight is a twenty year old student in Nova Scotia She's traveled with some of her classmates to Halifax on January seventeenth to celebrate her birthday her twentieth birthday as well as kind of she described it as kind of like her last big night house. She's in her last semester. She's looking forward to graduating starting her career and she wanted to have one night out with her friends. Celebrate her birthday. Celebrate the next chapter of her life if but unfortunately it did not end well so they went out to a few a few bars clubs. She describes it as she had a few drinks not got a lot but what happened was she started vomiting. She started getting sick at the second place they went to and her friends took her home when they took her home to the Airbnb I she started losing control of her legs so they were numb. She couldn't walk properly. Her vision was blurring. They knew something was wrong and so they called nine hang on one and brought her to the hospital where she was told that her drink had likely been drugged so not a great end to birthday. Luckily obviously her friends were with her but those effects lasted for more than a week so. Jj shared a few videos on facebook showing her completely unable to walk. She needs to have people helping her. She can't control her legs and obviously a very very frightening experience. Not Not what she was planning at all. Tell me a little bit more About the videos maybe be described them a bit and and why did they go so viral because these things are really spread. Su there's a couple of videos one of the shared on the evening after that night out and then one of them was shared the day after that January nineteenth and I found not one really striking. Because she's in a living room I believe she's at home with her parents. It's and she tries to stand up from the couch. She needs help standing up from the couch. I'm and she's holding onto the coach with one of her arms and then both of her arms. She's trying to move her legs and you can tell that she can't really she can't really move her knees properly. Her legs are kind of flopping around. Looks like she barely has any control of them. And this this is a day and a half after the drug and I think the why these went viral. I mean there's two reasons one is. It's it's striking. When we think of what people call date rape drugs we don't realize the kinds of effects they can have? Maybe we think of someone passing out someone having Amnesia. We don't think someone completely losing control of their limbs for multiple days and the second reason that I think that her videos went viral is just because people don't share these experiences if you do get drugs or you believe you've been drugged it's a you know. Most people wouldn't share video of themselves and say look. This happened to me so I think it's the honesty combined with sort of the shock of what those drugs did to her. That made these videos resonate resonate with people across Canada. How unusual is that When you talk to doctors or people at the hospital for those symptoms to last so long afterwards I mean you reported where did that? She was still feeling the effects almost a week later. And to your point yes that is. I mean maybe stupidly but not something that I would associated with these kind of drugs. It's not something I would have associated with it either but when I talked to a doctor here with Alberta Health Services Dr Mark Your Amo He said it's actually more common than you think. It definitely depends on the drug. It depends ends on dose. It depends on the person but he said it's not uncommon for the effects of these drugs to last up to two weeks. So I mean the act. Sadly the act of of someone being given these drugs And getting sick is not news. It happens a lot but one of the things you kind of delved into his what we still don't understand stand About the problem as a whole what. What are we missing? What pieces are there are still not there well? Data is definitely a big part of it. I mean the first thing I did is is try and find out on how many people have their drink. Spiked are drugged on a night out. And they're they're simply is not conclusive conclusive data. There's been a few studies done on A. D. F. S. A. which is the acronym for drug assisted sexual assault there have been studies. Toxicology studies on those people to try and determine how many of with them were drugged with what we think of the common date rape drugs. which are I rookies or Rohypnol and GHB which is gamma hydroxy? Acid and those are the common ones and those studies. The toxicology studies have found that. The numbers of those are very low. I but there's a number of reasons why I want. That doesn't mean that. Drink spiking slow first of all those are not the only drugs that are used in drink spiking. You can use almost anything. I missed your Ema told me like it's you you could use Ritalin you could use antidepressants. I mean any of these drugs. Combined with alcohol are bound to affect somebody and as he pointed out many people are simply he plied with alcohol and that counts as well as drug facilitated sexual assault. So it's it's hard to tell. Just how many people are purposely drugged. It's hard hard to tell. What's maybe a combination of alcohol and a medication? They're already on. It also doesn't help that both hypnotized or rupees. GHB disappear from the blood system really really really quickly. I between six to twelve hours but often even less than that and so if someone is tested which they often aren't those drugs might not show up so first of all studies make it very difficult to tell when someone is purposely drugged second of all that data isn't even collected collected in most hospitals primarily. Because it would just be so difficult to get data we can rely on when you spoke to people at hospitals and elsewhere. What do they suggest what we could do? Maybe to get a better sense of the picture. Is there anything or is it. Just sort of the nature of this particular beast. We'll obviously one thing as well that I that I should have mentioned action. That really affects us. Not knowing the scale of this problem is the fact that many people don't report this. We all know that. There's a huge stigma attached to to sexual assault and while not all cases of drink spiking and in sexual assault like shows Aa. Luckily she had her friends with her There's still kind of an element of shame. This is something that we know. Our society is is slowly progressing with but but we're definitely still not there and a lot of young women are taught to watch their drinks. Stunned drink too much. You know don't wear don't wear the wrong thing and so there is an I mean another another person who was a victim of drink spiking who I spoke to. She's in the Article Angela putter. That's what that's what she said. She said when she when she realized she'd been drugged she didn't want to report it because she felt ashamed. She even had people in her life. Tell her will. You should have been more careful all so one of the things that that the doctor I spoke to who really wanted to highlight wise. First of all if you're the victim report it go to the hospital as soon as possible if you believe leave. You've been drugged. If you're the friend of the victim believed them bring them to the hospital so they can get tested and if you're a medical professional believed them and test them. I think that that's one of really one of the really big barriers is is people not getting tested people not reporting these things soon enough and people not leaving each other. I wanted to go back to Joe's as experience in particular because it also illustrates something else about the larger problem. So tell me about what happened when she discussed her incident in particular and where it happened with people at the hospital hospital sure so she actually went to the hospital three times as she went obviously the night that it happened and she was not tested for for date. Rape Drugs She said that hospital staff told her there were so many different drugs. That could be used. That testing would basically
iPhone 11 Software Review
"There is new software in Beta for the iphone eleven eleven WPRO that has actual changes so what what's going on for the eleven eleven pro Beta this week yes so oversee headlining thirty point two is the new like quote unquote deep fusion technology for the camera which is eleven in another exclusive at this is like a new set of algorithmic the apples developed as a thing that alongside nightmare since my hasty are and basically depending on the current lighting conditions the the camera ultimately decides whether it's GonNa use the smart hasty processing the fusion processing racing oversee the nights pricing and the night mode you get the onscreen indicator because you get a little badge says not active and he lives up in Orange and you know that's what's happening but for the just generally taking photos you use it. You shouldn't have to know whether you're taking a smashed yeah picture or a diffusion picture apples given it this like a stay with the branding which I think is kind of too much emphasis on it as being a tangible thing the the the way they intend it to be is a completely invisible improvement to the camera app the I think maybe if it'd been it'd been ready in time to shit for point zero they might not even mentioned it as a as a brand name but because it was coming later they needed something more fancy to say this is to associate with with a software update other than just saying they improve contrast dito at because as a general day-to-day user of the thing you should just take pictures and after why and the phone zone this is working properly should let the our them for the job and get the best shot so I smashed yard will be used basically in daylight situations and and then very situations tonight mode and everything in between there is kind of using the the diffusion like pipeline we see in various people do tests with diffusion on and off at the moment the the basic the only good way to see the comparison for yourself is to disable capture outside the frame for photos because for some weird reason diffusion can only work if that if captured the disabled so you have this kind of bow between between the two features side by side at the moment which is kind of unfortunate because capshaw said the framing useful when I've gone some benefit savvy even like the phone I I haven't probably like there's been times I've taken a profile or like a straight on photo of someone an Axon each of the legs off and it automatically back in but I I think the benefits of the fusion improvements while SMO- enough though I'm going to have to leave capture said the frame disabled for the time being and I do my own tests I got like a jumper with threads and Woah and did side-by-side shows on a tripod to try and see the differences I it was my test pictures. Were pretty like opt to random variants of challenge of the pictures being quite similar we see more pictures online of big differences. The no Jeff Benjamin who's doing the video point two or a big change as well it's nice improvement and it definitely helps getting extracting detail and contrast and like image clarity but it's not something that you're probably GonNa Notice is looking at these pictures on like instagram rampage they scroll by artists on your phone screen the differences that we're talking about here when you're playing a picture up to like a laptop screen or like Keno screen I oversee what they showed in September like a nice improvement but is Sato ultimately then today and I think in the in the in the best time line they wouldn't have given so much focus is a thing because he kind of Sabah expectations so high that like the iphone eleven a knife and Lindbergh Cam is really good on their own. This makes extend slightly better and it's basically invisible. The pitcher takes a secretary to process apart from night basically just happens and you don't worry about it which is great but it's not something that you should like hang something off of his like. You can definitely say this the moment you upgrade like a very very subtle difference between the bay. You're in the bay. It's not like nine race literally night and day difference in the picture. It's just a it just a nicer photo have any experience with this diffusion stuff in the Beta yet because because of the the the the Washer view and experience I don't WanNa do need Betas yet because had the customer experience but I you know I'm like mildly interested because I love taking pictures and having the best photos rose from the phone which is an upgrade reason for me but also like in what people are showing me what this online. It's kind of a quite pick it up. You know like sometimes it's like really clear I think matters as to as to if if it will take a better picture if you need it will kick in and if you don't you won't see it because some of the variance differences between the two pictures can be up to chance up to a different angle you know kind of thing slight tweaks and it can be hard to show and even with apple has shown is like these are two pictures taken with it but Nah aww comparison of with and without so so it's it seems to me that the thing to know is that you'll take better pictures but like you said it won't be like night and day like might mode is but I'm I'm. I'm looking for in China now whenever this is not in the Beta yeah it's it's definitely it's definitely better is not a back step and you can definitely see a difference but the difference is small relative to the kind of like so much focus the brand name not fusions given it like it sounds so mysterious and like sci fi but the end result is the pictures. Dude looks like that's kind of like the headline situation so a story that came out this week is you can see in the thirteen point. Two Beta is this thing where apple kind of made a concession session to the like monopoly situation of I message in a way so but only specifically inside Siri that now teaching the Siri the assistant to recognize other data gaps in addition to I message when you ask Siri to tech someone so if you say say message Zach it will when this is currently in thirteen point eight Beta as long as the or the pot yep support the relevant. API's it it can learn the Oh you actually always taught his act through was up for instance which had done but say we did and then in the future you wouldn't have to say message out using wall. Stop at the moment the situations for all the stuff you have to say the name of the APP in the request if you don't sit in any of that be reversed to the stock apple APP so what they're doing in thirteen point two is letting it be more flexible about learning APP for each contact for messaging and they're gonna add thank later as well so theoretically is pushing down some of the barriers the gave message look in in a very small white because he only effects Siri at the moment like and I think it bigger play would be if if they truly allow like the setting of APPs for things like music because I've seen we've seen them at the circuit audio. API But at the moment it doesn't matter how many times you all Syria to play music.
With hugs, leaders of Ethiopia, Eritrea restore relations
"British prime minister is claiming victory in her bid unite her fractious cabinet behind her latest brexit policy off the guessing i cabinets packing on her brexit policy in a twelve hour meeting britain's prime minister theresa may has told other concepts party members that she will no longer publicis ism of government policy in widely broadcast comments may said the cabinet endorsed plans for future free trade deal with the european union that would keep some close ties to the block even as it ends freedom of movement between britain and the the proposal would allow feed movement of goods but not of services karen sabah's london espousing love between their two countries the leaders of longtime adversaries ethiopia eritrea agreed sunday to restore diplomatic relations after nearly twenty years and to open the border between their neighbouring horn of africa countries ep ob as reformist new prime minister arrived in the tree is capital and was welcomed with hugs and laughter more on these stories at townhall dot com bloombergradio wrought to you by the outlet online huge savings on the things you needed one lowmargin internet services claire such as apple we're actually a new species we.