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"science kelly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And Beverly Hallberg, Independent Women's Forum and media analyst and adviser joins us as well all morning long thanks for keeping his company Beverly Thank you and happy Friday, Happy Friday to you as well. And happy Friday to our friend Kelly Sadler, Commentary editor and columnist over at the Mighty Washington Times. And Kelly, You heard me say, Peter Navarro is coming up a little later to talk about this hydrogen cork. One thing you've been writing about it quite a bit. Thanks for joining us here. Good morning and tell us what have we learned now about Hydroxychloroquine. Well, we're learning that it's safe and effective in treating Covid 19 patients, especially early in their diagnosis, And this is something quite frankly that we knew last year. But the science quote unquote science and scientists and Dr Fauci, we're pushing another drug remdesivir, which costs you know, $3500 has to be put. You know, I have to go to the hospital to get treatment. Where is the Hydroxychloroquine? Cheap generic. It was only $100 to treat patients around the world. And doctors have been using the drug for more than 80 years, saved it safely and effectively on their patients. But you know, big Pharma when it gets in the way of things, And when you have Dr Fauci pushing You know, a proprietary drug and running trials on that proprietary drug. Unfortunately, when the president came out and endorsed Hydroxychloroquine, the media reflexively was anti hydroxychloroquine. And if we just pursued this, you know, early last year, there could have been millions of lives. Think I am so sorry to do this ticket to you, Kelly Sadler, But we're under brand new guidelines here that whenever you attack Dr Fauci, we I mean, we got to let you know the tax on me. Quite frankly, are attacks on science. You are attacking science. Kelly Sadler. So I mean, I am sorry, but we've got to throw a yellow flag on that 1 15 yard penalty. But this is very real when when you hear Fauci and other people say things like atrocious statements like that arrogant statements like that It calls this entire story into question and how the media handled it, because what you just said. And what you've written at The Washington Times about Hydroxychloroquine a year ago that would have been censored and deleted on most social media platforms, right? Yeah, Indeed it was. I mean, we were reporting about it last year and, you know, were blocked on Facebook blocked on Twitter. Or there was a warning like this is potential misinformation When you had hundreds of doctors out there in the front lines prescribing this drug and the response from the medical community to the articles that I've written on it have been like, Thank you so much. You know, we've been doing this very quietly on the front lines, and we know we need a big clinical trial to prove our results. But I mean, this is safe and effective, and we've been using it. But it's become too much about political football to actually put our voice out there or to put our names on these papers. And luckily enough, we have some brave doctors in the state of New Jersey who have been running Trials on hydroxychloroquine up until this year, and they found really promising results. Now these trials have not been pure reviewed their only about 200 patients large, but it's enough to say you know that the survival rates when put on hacks. Chloroquine is three times as large as it is on, you know, other drugs and that you're less likely to end up in the hospital. It put on it early, so hopefully and this is just crossing my fingers here. Doctor felt you were really interested in the science. You know, the NIH would take up a big clinical trial to show the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine and something that has surprised me about the reaction to hydroxychloroquine. Of course, we didn't know and we're learning more and more what this meant for people who had covid and how it could help them recover. But as you said, this is a drug that had been out for decades. It was used to treat malaria, but it was treated like this would be a horrible thing for people to put into their systems. Yet at the same time, we have the vaccine that is Still for emergency use. The FDA hasn't fully approved it. I think people have the right to try it. Has it been surprising to you as your you report reported on this how the medical community or I should say those in political power how they've treated something like hydroxychloroquine in comparison to the vaccine. Well,.
"science kelly" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For making fun items for the kids and also some fun stuff for moms and dads to do as well with kitchen items. We're approaching summer and kids are getting out of school. I mean, some of them but by us have already they're already out. And this will be the first summer open like you mentioned, but I think what's going to happen or we still need activities and we've fun things to do for the kids of all ages. Yeah, and it also getting getting them into the kitchen or creative spaces is a big deal to me. We have a shop here at the house that my boy and I go into sometimes letting him see how to mix things or how things are made, I think is important. So you have, uh What I call the devil's Goo. You have whoever invented slime should be slapped. But you have a way to make it at home. Yes, And I do agree with you on that. Because slime is a nightmare. Uh, this one is very easy to make. I have a rule at my house and you're playing this line. You're on the kitchen counter on a placemat. It stays in that area. I'm not fun Mom when it comes to slide, No, we're the same way. He's got his own little table, and Max can play with the goo. Gooey stuff on his table in his play area period is what you get and get my car petition. Huge issue That's going to go down. Yeah. You're going to see the not so lighter side with Kelly laugh. Very light. Okay, got we've got. We've got that It's a fluffy slime. So it's a little more fun than like that we do. We won and it's easy to make and it's fun. Like you said. I enjoy having lead by my son in the kitchen with me, because as we're doing things like measuring and whatnot, we're talking about math. Right, and you're adding that in and you're incorporating it, You're having fun doing it. The Plato is super fun as well. That's actually one of my favorites. It's easy, all the ingredients we pretty much already have in our You know, in our cupboards, and so it's just some fun things for the kids to do. And you know what? Parents can have fun along with it, too? Yeah. When you're looking at this, the play doh, Uh, ingredients really are just that a dough that you can play with your talking about flour, Salt, water, food, colouring, vegetable oil. These are things that you're going to have in your house. Anyways. It also causes the engagement in that tactile experience. I think touching things preparing things I think are imperative. Kids, two kids having that tangible. Stuff like building making. Plato is pretty cool. Absolutely. And so, like last week, we had that very, very cocktails. So you can make your very very cocktail as the parents and then start making the Plato with the kids. No together, get the thoughts. The thoughts? Yeah. Flower. Yeah, yeah, nothing like day drinking with the kids at home. Oh, my day, but I mean, it's summer, right? This one. I remember as a kid and I Lola loved this with the potato. Oh, you're the best. It's so easy. You have to be careful if you're doing with the knife, obviously, but the potatoes are so easy. It cut them in half to grab a cookie cutter of a shape you like and Pop it in there and twist it off. And you've got yourself a cool stamp. Yeah. So you end up using the potato as a stamp, and you can use tempera paints or water based paint and get some butcher paper. And just make these little stamps where they can stamp. It's fun to deal. If you've got a birthday party coming up or something like that you can make your own wrapping paper for the friend wrapped the gift in it. That's with the little heart shapes or anything like that. These potato stamps as a kid I loved loved, uh, anything duplicating printing and stuff like that is always a good thing. So let's move on from the kids. And, of course, posting all of these on the website producer. Kayla is getting all these up on the website. Every week. We get together with Kelly Lamb for the lighter side, looking at things for the kids. To do looking on things to, you know everything that surrounds you. Of course, you can find out more about Kelly and what she does at the whole purpose dot com. But she's about what well rounded this as as a person eating right but enjoying life. I'm taking care of the kids and making sure take care of your skin, your health all those things, So you move on to stuff for Adults and some of these could even be for kids. The bath salts are great. Oh, yeah. The bath salts are super fun for kids. If you're looking at, you know, taking care of yourself. The coffee grounds is like the easiest thing ever to get some coffee grounds mixed with coconut oil, either salt or sugar and you have yourself a scrub. That is awesome. It works so good for cellulite for the ladies and even for guys, It's just great to smooth out your skin. One cup coffee grounds six tablespoons coconut oil three tables tablespoons sea salt or sugar Um This is like one or two ingredients away from a good rub for like a tri tip. Oh, my God. Like Hey, forget rubbing me. I'm putting this attractive Either that or maybe I rub it on me and tossed myself on the grill. Oh, okay. I like that. I'm like looking at this. Oh, uh, coffee or with meat with certain cuts of meat is an excellent rob, just saying Well, that's good. I like that. I would Maybe just add some cayenne pepper in there. And like, what a few other types of salted I would throw it on a rib eye. Okay, tone and tightening face mask. Yep, That's that. It's apple cider, vinegar and water, and that's it and you mix the two together. And you literally just put on your face like a like an astringent and pat it dry. It's so many simple things. I mean, that's obviously it water and vinegar. It's in your everyone has in your kitchen. Absolutely. Now that teenage kids this is great for teenage kids like and what they may have gone through acne having some hormonal stuff they can just use this. You can keep it in a jar in a Mason jar, and they can just use a Q tip and put it on or a cotton ball. Pardon me. Every day, morning and night. Well, maybe they have a really tiny face. The Q tip will work. That's Yeah, really small. So that's for tone and tighten face mask. What about somebody with soft in subtle needs? Well, I mean, soft and subtle like yourself. Yes, I would recommend an oatmeal face mask where you take hot water, some oatmeal playing yogurt, honey and egg whites and you mix it together. Are you currently face and let sit for like 10 or 15 minutes and wash off? You know, there's uh, these things that I've seen going around the Internet right now that you can freeze. They look like kind of like a a spoon or a tiny Moroccan that you could freeze and you can put over your eyes and your face stuff like that. Help with puffing. You have a natural way too deep puff the eyes and I've never heard of this. This is actually really cool. So whatever's left over from this potato stamps because the raw potatoes just blend them up and a good cross store your blender and just literally take that mushed up potatoes and complementary your eyes and in like, 10 minutes 20 minutes or so it literally helps deep path any puffy area under the ice. What about what about if you have a puffy area around your waist you can slather with, like £20 of potatoes just blended all up and slather yourself up later for 20 minutes. Maybe that's the issue because I'm eating them. Maybe if I maybe if I rubbed the fries on my belly instead of putting it, it's my mouth that will definitely help you lose weight. For sure The puffiness will be gone and science Kelly Lamb from the whole purpose dot com The whole purpose dot com Check it out. Especially. I know we cover a lot of things for women, but they translate to men as well. And Children, but she deals with corporations. If you've got people coming back and trying to find that work, life balance, keeping themselves healthy, bright and vibrant, uh, you can reach out to Kelly Lamb at.
"science kelly" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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We were fired on and Hostile acts committed by very lethal missiles while we were in international waters by libyan forces. And we have responded. American officials said the sixth fleet in the mediterranean sea had destroyed two libyan missile patrol boats and had struck a missile site on the coast. Manet evening in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the exxon valdez. Oil tanker ran aground in. Alaska's prince william sound over two hundred forty thousand barrels of oil leaked from the vessel back. We've hard around for moral era. That was captain. Joseph hazelwood talking to the coast guard after the ship ran aground. He said he intended to free. The tanker coastguard commander. Steve mccall told. Him via radio wasn't a good idea. Attempt to get underway. You make sure you don't know about doing any ripping you. I wouldn't recommend too much wiggling. He's allude to be convicted of a lesser charge. Negligent discharge of oil a misdemeanor. Fined fifty thousand dollars sentenced to a thousand hours of community service to students stage eleven and thirteen fired upon teachers and students at westside. Middle school in jonesboro arkansas on this date in nineteen ninety five people dead ten wounded. Apple's operating system s plan went on sale on this date in two thousand one was an os tenor they. Granted branded os expedite thought. It was ten. I don't know. I don't do apple. I how berry became the first african american performer. To win the best actress oscar on this date in two thousand two for monster's ball and it was on this date in two thousand twelve former vice president. Dick cheney underwent a heart transplant. Ed virginia hospital bassett date queen elizabeth. I back in sixteen. O three also author. Henry wadsworth longfellow author. Jules verne actor. Sam jaffe comedian. Ray goulding bob and ray fame herald. Melvin harold melvin and the blue notes actor richard witbank robert culp vice spy. And the funny garry shandling. This is the birth date of magician. Harry houdini politician. Thomas dewey of new york city clyde barrel the crime bigger bonnie and clyde fame cartoonist. Joseph barbera pro wrestler gorgeous. George also actor gene nelson actor. Norman fell actor. Steve mcqueen singer billy stewart and pro wrestler john. Dr don jr. dean best known as the spoiler nick lowe turned seventy two today. Who is still saying. It's cruel to be kind fashion designer. Tommy hilfiger is seventy louie anderson. Sixty eight he was from the famous carradine family of actors but eight ends up being best known as lewis skolnick in revenge of the nerds. Robert carradine sixty seven today from saturday night fever and her own. tv show. Angie donna pesco. Sixty seven the winner. Barry horowitz sixty two years of age today from where'd science. Kelly le brock sixty one ninety nine red balloons nina. The singer sixty one years old. The undertaker is not resting in peace at fifty-six mark calloway and his spouses forty one. Afrin twin peaks. Laura flynn boyle is fifty one sheldon on the big bang theory. Jim parsons is forty eight. And from buffy and how i met your mother. Willow alyson hannigan. Forty-seven though she just a few of the people who celebrate the twenty fourth day of marches their birthday. If this is your birthday to you. Ooh ooh to Well thank you mrs miller. Now we go back seventy two years march. Twenty four nineteen forty nine for an episode of abbott and costello and that will be coming up next on this wednesday edition of classic radio theater. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. 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"science kelly" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Let me between the hours of seven. Am and ten. Am monday to friday. Cj myself would love to let the man know that he's doing a tremendous job for this town of bethlehem pennsylvania. We we just want to let just let them in and know that he's doing a great job. Okay and what's your name. Is kelly kelly. How're you doing today okay. I know you're busy. Understands lot going on. But god bless you. God bless you. This is kelly. She's a she's she works with him in mining cal kelly. How long you've been working over there. That office i've been here with the mayor for three years a little more. Oh city hall is right there in downtown right right right right you wanna treasury. And the man he's been he's been the mayor since what two thousand fourteen right stuck in terms. Wow it's how long. How long is each each terminal. four years. And then for buckle home you can only be mayor for two terms but you can only get eight total and this is his second term in. You've been with him the whole time crack and it's a pleasure that you work for him as a good guy. Oh yeah yeah. He's great see city. I have a great mayor in this town. You know what i'm saying. And i'm proud of that and i'm also proud of kelly doing a great job for the men. Do you have. Would you like to run for mayor as well. How does that work. How my question is. I might want to jump into the political arena. How do i start. The process of running for mayor worked. O- on it just depends on what you wanna do honestly cine what would be our agenda. If i ran for mayor of bethlehem would. I would want to definitely a cold i give. How does that work like how do i. How do you think you have to get like a petition. Hoti kelly how does that. How do i how. How does that work he has to get signatures right. Yes she's right. And how many signatures would i have to get. I don't know that all held my hand each that. He is a little different. I think it might depend on population. Probably about five thousand and john kelly. Would it be safe to say about five thousand. Maybe i'll be honest. It'd be less than that. do they have to live. Yeah that's i don't put my head. I don't want to tell you the wrong thing do do have to live in the town. Yeah oh. I live in the town. I don't think he's going to become mayor. Hon here live so you have time win. Win is his. He's on his third year of his second term. Right next year is when people will start running sydney. You could get out in the right can i. Can i want i wanna. I might my win. Win from mir kana. Now okay so after the signatures. Kelly what happens then you file with our. You know good question. She doesn't know because she's been with the big eight years he does it. She's lie she shouldn't. She's not pain manager. She'll type. she's here her type and color. You look this first right now. Aren't you now sitting. But this is valid question stuff going on. I know this of how cold we appreciate kelly for her time. She's literally right into the mayor. And you ever googling right so let me being. The mayor does demand science kelly. The mail like is that like a police like he gets driven around by like a police car. No turn the whole holocaust kelly. No secret service for the mayor. No oh no here. He's just a regular guy that lives in. Yeah okay cool and no secret service so kelly. What city was scattered. Be some perks of being the mayor. The mayor so kelly. You've been in the city you've been around for seven years would would like the perks is my name is shawn harvey. This is cindy j. Morning show featuring waco today we procast right here on Right here on the mystery. Okay but what did a perks would perks be. Because if i want to work for me. I want to know what the perks are. All there really aren't any. I mean you're the devil service your you serve at the pleasure of the residents and the taxpayers and you just do your best to make sure that the city run smoothly. Sankyo kelly. it's not about that. He doesn't do it for the perks. Shine or the notoriety. The kelly is the mayor as he democrat or republican democrat. Hundred have we democrats. She said is heavily democrat. Labs right had city strike for me. I'm a democrat. So i need five thousand signatures. I'm a democrat. I live in the town and widows new. I mean how how kelly. How much money does this cause racing you know. I don't know that it depends on. How much campaigning. You wanna do back. i mean i don't again i don't know i i gotta be honest with you. I don't know. I know you got to do some fundraising. You gotta get your name out there. But i couldn't. I couldn't ballpark for you. It kelly i think already city south sydney. Wait a minute says out of my budget and wait. A minute was sitting kelly. I could start making flyers and stuff like that could go that out. Maybe the internet sure so would be safe to say that this might cause maybe like a city. I'm just saying guessing like maybe at least fifty thousand dollars or more. We've idea i wouldn't even speculate. I think that's a good number to start. Because i can make a free. Lunch was no no no no. We have a strict no gift policy. We by that now. I mean some mayors do but then you hear about those mayors on cnn. You like our town's mayor. No oh kelly. Kelly was what are you doing. The mayor's office kelli kelli kelly set. The show was alexandra's autism. Is he still the man former mayor not the one now. The former one a philosophy. You'd give him google you will find out. Oh i think a heard about this guy out of control. Oh you heard about that. And i think because you live down. Well he's in jail j. then he might need to speak the doctor and get a coat when he comes out of any coming up. So at maximum. If i was to run for mayor bethlehem we'll shut out the room and everybody end zone. I mean i mean kella would you like. Would you be interested in helping me with is like i can't why because i i can't i it. It goes against the rules but you can only work with one mayor per turn. Yeah in the united states is my job. So when he's done what happens. I serve at the pleasure of the next player. Hopefully if they keep me see well. I think they will know know. Obviously loyal no cine. You know how it is especially with the white house right kelly when the when the president come in the new president and he brings his whole new team in. That could happen here in theory on. We're pretty lucky though. The folks who work here have been here a long time and everyone works together pretty well. There's no switch now kelly. If i was the mayor. I would definitely have you on my team right. Thank you okay. So let's recap we like. Everybody let's clap. kelly. Kelly thank you so much. We have to live in the town right. Need a three thousand five thousand signed a was causing signature titian and you need about fifty thousand dollar. I don't know i'm not gonna. I'm not going to do anything about the was the deadline for me. Cindy i'm thinking. I'm seriously thinking about running for the mayor. Beverly you'd to start but definitely january first of twenty twenty one. We'll be ready for twenty. one window. Went up uptick about suzy. Doing when do wisdom trying aries are in may have to have the ball rolling before may may of twenty twenty one of this year because next year wealthy Election so city so kelly..
Undersea Earthquakes Reveal Sound Warming Info
"Climate change feels like something that's happening to the atmosphere but most of the action is actually at sea about ninety percent of the heat that gets trapped by greenhouse gases is absorbed by the ocean. So it's it's really important to track that energy and time it system and check the warming the ocean. Un kelly's an oceanographer at caltech. Of course the ocean is really big and taking its temperature is hard. Satellites give information about the surface and scientists have launched shifting devices that measure conditions in the upper mile of water but researchers still struggled to collect data from the deep ocean and to detect the long term trends underlying day to day variations in temperature now however scientists have developed a new technique that allows them to measure temperature changes across entire ocean basins. The idea dates back to the nineteen seventies when researchers first proposed using sound waves to study ocean warming because the speed of sound through water depends on the physical properties of that water which are related to temperature and lawfully if we will mobs ocean temperature by one degree this on the speed of change. It's it would be for meters pass. Kent and this is. This is very sensitive. Change when bo wu seismologist also at caltech who led the study that one degree he mentioned is a celsius degree researchers originally proposed using artificial sound sources but that notion got nixed because of concerns about the impacts on marine animals in the new study however woo kelly's and their colleagues show that they can use the sounds produced by earthquakes instead in an earthquake. Some vibrations bounced off the sea floor in. Turn into sound waves. That get picked up by seismometers. Underwater microphones the researchers. Looked the travel times of these sound waves for two thousand pairs of earthquakes. That occurred in the east indian ocean between two thousand and five and twenty sixteen. Each earthquake pair happened in the same place but at different times allowing the researchers to measure how much the sound waves sped up the analysis revealed that the waves traveled a few tenths of a second faster in more recent quakes than older ones a difference that translates to a warming trend zero point zero four degrees celsius per decade four. One hundredths of a degree may not sound like a lot. But it represents a huge amount of heat considering. It's the change in a body of water almost two thousand miles wide and several miles deep. The warming is also substantially higher than the rate reported in previous studies. Although kelly says not to put too much stock in those discrepancies. We don't know whether that is the general finding new curse Here in this in this region at this time or whether that is something we'll find another beach says while we just don't have the date is yet. the study is in the journal. Science kelly's and wu save this approach may even enable scientists to gauge historical temperature changes by studying data from much older earthquakes. In other words. You could say that the method is sound.
"science kelly" Discussed on The Good Problem
"With nights and how we look at it at an approach where we are stewards of Healthy Planet Healthy Planet four people for animals, and I don't just mean a planet. That's healthy for humans. I mean it's healthy for Animals. It's healthy for Rivers. That's healthy for our minds in everything I will being so I think they're the greatest challenges. I also think that we have a real window of Hope right now and a real opportunity to address, you know, some of the issues of our time and I really hope that we take those and that we don't look for quick fixes that we don't look too often do things that damage people animals on the planet more that we see that there's a real opportunity to make change for the for the better. If you could tell the world something and know that every month Google person would hear it. What would it be? We need to have Global solutions to Global problems. We are all in this together off one of the ways that we can do that is through democracy and other way we can do this is by being conscious of how we would leave Outlaws and making conscious decisions. I may not always be perfect decisions. It doesn't matter think about you know, what you're doing how you're living your life what you're eating where your money is going and what actions you can take whenever they are to make the world a better place and they think the other thing I would say is that we do need to listen to the science Kelly. Where's your favorite place on Earth? I've travelled extensively my favorite place on Earth is anywhere that I can walk to so, yep. Fully years back. I walked the Camino from Saint Peter Port to Santiago de Compostela that was 800 kilometres through spine and home last weekend. I walked the first fifty kilometers of the coast to walk which guys from Palm Beach in Sydney's North and finishes in Oxford in Sydney's South. So we took us fifty kilometres added was just really spectacular..
"science kelly" Discussed on Gugacast
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"Hundred and twenty six days in jail for yes fans San Antonio the summer Olympics in Tokyo have been postponed welcome to day five of spring traffic and weather good morning everything looking free and clear right now even that minor slowdown I mentioned earlier on thirty five southbound is now nonexistent that means you've got optimal travel times to all of the surrounding cities about thirty to thirty five minutes between San Antonio and Bernie or new crumbles thirty five to forty four sixteen I'm calling Alice these radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd afternoon sunshine for the rest of the week look for highs around ninety degrees today tomorrow and Thursday may be even warmer Jerry hall and work eight those into effect for sixteen days beginning tonight at eleven fifty nine PM I guess they leave out midnight so that it's not confusing to people thanks for getting back in the day on the day this day the twenty fourth day of March it was nineteen fifty eight twenty three Elvis Aaron Presley was inducted into the army in Memphis Tennessee serial number five three three one zero seven six one thing go forty eight years ago nineteen seventy two a little later on offer you can review the godfather released Marlon Brando Vito Corleone and Al Pacino is a son Michael thirty four years ago at the Academy Awards you mean the Grammys Parker the Academy Awards Lionel Richie won best song for say you say me which of course was from the motion picture no one saw call white knights Gregory Hines and Mikhail Baryshnikov nineteen eighty nine on this day the Exxon Valdez rammed a reef off the coast of Alaska leaking eleven million gallons of oil into the sea leaking obviously an understatement took three years and two billion dollars to clean up twenty eight years ago due to a class action lawsuit you could get a cash rebate up to three dollars if you could prove you bought milli Vanilli music before November twenty seventh nineteen ninety the baby lip sinking scandal broke back to the Academy Awards twenty three years ago nineteen ninety seven Cuba Gooding junior best Supporting Actor Oscar for playing rod Tidwell in Jerry Maguire speaking with the Academy Awards two thousand to eighteen years ago Halle berry became the first African American to win a Best Actress Oscar everybody remembers the scene from a long yes and Denzel Washington that year won Best Actor for his role in training day two thousand sixteen four years ago today we lost comedian Garry Shandling at the age of sixty six celebrating birthdays today one Jessica Chastain ain't Oscar nominated red dead from the zoo keepers why she was in the help zero dark thirty the Martian she's forty three or the greatest quarterbacks ever play the game Peyton manning I think he on something like four million quarterback records in the National Football League eight days forty four Jim Parsons Sheldon on the Big Bang theory turns forty seven member Donna Hayward on Twin Peaks Helen gamble on the practice Lara Flynn Boyle needs used to yes she needs that and she used to spank Jack Nicholson well who didn't yeah exactly Lara Flynn Boyle is fifty today the virtual dream girl Lisa in the movie weird science Kelly LeBrock turning sixty she was Angie on ABC she was in net in Saturday night fever Donna Pascal is sixty six I really like Saturday night fever until it started jacking with net yeah our water and a bunch of cruel dudes man really happy birthday Lee Oscar because we're social distancing that's why the Oscar of war is seventy two R. Lee Ermey the amazing drill sergeant in full metal jacket and tie cast he was the leader of the toy soldiers in the Toy Story movies we lost our early army in two thousand eighteen and today is the birthday of Tom Horne Josh Randall bullet Pappy owned sand pebbles Steve McQueen the king of cool he got his start in one of the worst movies in the history of mankind called out blah blah even the queen born nineteen thirty died messo Feedly alma in nineteen eighty today of course continues national women's history month for March on this day in two thousand two Halle berry won the Oscar for her performance in the movie monster's ball first black woman to win an academy award in the Best Actress category she wasn't the first overall that honor of course goes to happy make Daniel who was the first African American to be nominated and win an academy award that of course was in gone with the wind back in nineteen thirty nine so you can do the math on that one it was a long time coming how long will the corona virus crisis last nobody knows for sure how long will our coverage last as long as it takes for this crisis to pass anytime you need.
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"Changed careers to become a teacher new to the profession Kelly created some innovative teaching methods there were unwelcome by her co workers which showed great success let's get back to joing with the rest of the story after feeling like the black sheep digging through the school pauses for science kits and creating plays about science Kelly went on to become the science coordinator in our school district we started to see that science like wasn't important as office on math and there's you know teachers aren't engaged in twenty gauge and so Kelly thought what if we created a school where students could actually being gate where the classroom could look like the real world where businesses can share with students their actual problems that they themselves haven't even figured out yet a school where students go on problem solving adventures to learn pretty much everything like a leader seat and stem subjects of science technology engineering and math a school where students are given the tools to create their own futures your philosophy of teaching called problem based learning we started asking schools or identify with some of the time because it just become like that new thing that was getting a lot of traction at the federal level if we were to build a some school how would you talk to them and they were saying your story on this and we want to be relevant to work force were we meeting so much of this level there's no my kids are coming to us not reading to do all the things we want to do and we're like awesome so we went back and we built an entire school model of the K. eight some school and how we would start teaching free literacy and the said devotee of work five years old we had different at the time that we pitched the idea to you don't have to pull the trigger on terror don't need them not interested enough resources and it's completely shut down perfect storm and use the printer came in I think is literally on the top two weeks and we lily tells them inside yeah I wanna buy you.
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"The meeting was that they know that the disco since it is the is the the the the the Palestinians would would would accept the discover little questioner says his team will create a commission to draw up a detailed map to further explain his plan he blames recent tensions and violence in the west bank on Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas who scheduled to address the security council next Tuesday this is NPR news from KQED news I'm terrace Siler the head of the Disney corporation is apologizing to a Berkeley elementary school's PTA KQ easily Jamali has more Disney chairman and CEO Bob Eiger said in a tweet that he would personally donate to the fundraising initiative at the heart of the controversy which erupted last week that's when the PTA for Berkeley's Emerson elementary school said it had been fined two hundred fifty dollars by Disney's licensing company for showing the lion king two kids during a fundraiser for the school the PTA said the fine amounted to a third of what it raised that night since then critics of taking Disney to task saying public schools have had to resort to fundraisers like this in part because of the nineteen seventies era prop thirteen which reduces property taxes for California corporations like Disney a partial rollback of prop thirteen will be on the ballot in November I am really tamale KQED news scientists in the Chinese city of Wuhan have applied for a patent on an experimental drug to treat the new corona virus that was developed locally by foster cities Gilead sciences Kelly added ply for a Chinese patent in twenty sixteen for rip and doesn't fear an antiviral medicine and a way to decision in a statement the government run Wuhan institute of urology acknowledged intellectual property barriers but said it acted to protect the public international rules allow countries to declare an emergency to force a company to license a drug a spokesman.
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"News it was a in Washington I am Jack's beer a day after his acquittal on impeachment charges by the U. S. Senate president Donald Trump has spent a good part of today's celebrating without any veneer of bipartisanship first the national prayer breakfast in later unleashing his fury to special event at the White House Frank gore don't yes as more it was a big celebration you know president trump walked down the hall of the White House is the marine corps band played hail to the chief you know the White House going to build this as a kind of victory lap and they really on rolled all the spectacle of that the White House has to offer NPR's Frank or don't yes at both the vents trump held aloft a newspaper with the headline acquitted as for the other side of the trump impeachment drama the house managers are taking a more low key approach in an NPR interview that will air tomorrow on morning edition congressman and lead impeachment manager Adam Schiff says while senators ultimately rejected the to impeachment charges against the president they were not the only audience we had a jury of senator switch was going to be a very difficult jury but we have the jury the American people which was ultimately the more important Jr and shift said house investigators still have not ruled out the possibility of subpoenaing other administration officials including Mick Mulvaney in Mike Pompeii ao I would still like to hear from them but we have to make the decision about next steps in consultation with our caucus in our leadership trump earlier today referred to shift as a vicious horrible person thirty four year old Chinese doctor who was among the first to raise concerns about the corona virus has died of the illness NPR's Jonrowe which reports China has now confirmed within twenty six thousand cases of the virus more than five hundred deaths doctor Lee when Leon was an ophthalmologist at a hospital in Wuhan the city with a corona virus outbreak began lead originally told a group of doctors on a social messaging app in late December the cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome have been confirmed for this he was reprimanded by local authorities for quote spreading rumors on Saturday Dr Lee revealed online that he had tested positive for coronavirus there was an outpouring of support from people hoping he would pull through less than a week later he was dead on Chinese social media Dr Lee is being hailed as a hero for helping to sound the alarm about the outbreak John rue H. N. P. R. news even with a hundred percent of the Iowa caucus vote now reported to be in the Associated Press is holding off on declaring a winner the Buddha Jackson Bernie Sanders will emerge with the most delegates no matter who was eventually declared the winner having each one at least eleven with a handful yet to be awarded meanwhile despite calls from Democratic Party leader Tom parens that I would re campus to shore public confidence I will party leaders say the only do that I've requested by the candidates stocks continued their upward March today the Dow gained eighty eight points to twenty nine thousand three seventy nine the nasdaq was up sixty three points this is NPR live from KQED news I'm terrace Siler the head of the Disney corporation is apologizing to a Berkeley elementary school's PTA KQ easily Jamali has more Disney chairman and CEO Bob Eiger said in a tweet that he would personally donate to the fundraising initiative at the heart of the controversy which erupted last week that's when the PTA for Berkeley's Emerson elementary school said it had been fined two hundred fifty dollars by Disney's licensing company for showing the lion king two kids during a fundraiser for the school the PTA said the fine amounted to a third of what it raise that night since then critics of taking Disney to task saying public schools have had to resort to fundraisers like this in part because of the nineteen seventies era prop thirteen which reduces property taxes for California corporations like Disney a partial rollback of prop thirteen will be on the ballot in November I am really tamale KQED news scientists in the Chinese city of Wuhan have applied for a patent on an experimental drug to treat the new corona virus that was developed locally by foster cities Gilead sciences Kelly added ply for a Chinese patent in twenty sixteen for rip and doesn't fear an antiviral medicine and a way to decision in a statement the government run Wuhan institute of urology acknowledged intellectual property barriers but said it acted to protect the public international rules allow countries to declare an emergency to force a company to license a drug a spokesman.
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"Hi, I'm dawn, rain CEO V three solutions and author of the book thrive by design I speak across North America. On the neuroscience of engagement at work. I'm passionate about helping leaders at every level to create engaging workplace environments where employees feel safe recognized and validated. Employees who feel safe at work are happier healthier and more productive each week my team, and I take on topics impacting managers and offer solutions to your biggest workplace challenges. This is the thrive by design podcast. Welcome to thrive by design the podcast. We created this show to give managers CEO's and leaders. The tips strategies into you need to create a more engaged culture at work. I'm Kelly burns. And I'm here as always with Don ring. Good morning done more than Kelly last week. We talked a lot about an introduction to accountability holding people accountable. It's something that leaders have to do all the time in the workplace, but accountability in the workplace is more about a mindset a structure of supporting conditions. Not simply away for leaders to punish punitive to employees who have fallen short on their targets on their team collaboration on their behavior. But ideally, employs want to be accountable rather than being forced to be accountable. How do we make that happen in the workplace? We're all in science Kelly. We talk about nature nurture, and some people seem to have been born with a very high sense of and commitment to personal integrity and personal. Integrity, is is the foundation of accountability. That is these people that were born with it that is by by nature. This just seemed to do the right thing by just automatically on their own unconditionally without any particular reason other than it's the right thing to do, but others may not be as focused on their personal integrity and not because they don't value it. But because they have different motivations that more regularly influence their behavior. Let me give you an example for some people being popular or Thawra taste of may rank higher on their needs scale than just an inherent drive to do the right thing. These individuals are perfectly capable of being accountable that is acting with integrity and commitment, but they need to be nurtured to bring it into focus as a top priority. This is typically done, for example, through the influence of a strong leader powerful connection with a cause or a mission or a personal commitment to a specific outcome like social status or income level. But remember what we said in that earlier podcast. And you you mentioned here again this morning accountability is always in relationship to something else. And that's what we need to dig deep on. How would you describe what it looks like when someone is accountable to a task or another person will when someone's accountable they're being held to account to a certain level of behavior or or an outcome. That is they've made a decision, and it's not just a cognitive intellectual decision. It's an emotional decision to follow through and to do a task well into the best of their ability. And especially in our case, we're looking for this to happen. When no one's looking. They have to be willing to do this on their own. It's such an ideal workplace condition that you're describing in many of us not obviously here at three many of us don't work in those ideal conditions, and when you have a lack of accountability rather than an individual whether an individual team member or in its team, there's a lot of negative impacts on the workplace frustrations. Downfall of collaboration people not showing up on time or prepared for meetings or to do the work that they're contracted to do. There's so many ways in which a lack of accountability impacts both individual emotions in the workplace and the bottom line and one of the most expensive places for there's a lack of accountability is around our top performers. What we would call are actively engaged and engaged employees. And this is where accountability interfaces with employee engagement your top performers in an organization. Calm your age and your be players. They they work with a with a very strong sense of accountability. But more importantly, they want to work with others that demonstrate the same commitment to doing the right thing when they are forced to work with low end performers people that aren't committed to doing the right thing aren't giving anywhere close to what their full capacity is. And you use the word is frustration. And it's a chronic level of frustration in the workplace, it has an impact on. Performance. And this is why we like to measure engagement, in fact in our tool, we twenty Twenty-eight questions. We do have a cluster of questions that help us addenda fi what we would call an accountability score for each work group. And maybe if we have some time at the end of this podcast, we can come back to that. Is there a difference between a personal or individual tenability and your team's accountability will people individuals have their own sense of accountability to doing what they're going to do. But then because we're hard wired to be social animals when you get people in a high functioning team the team itself, develops a sense of accountability that can reinforce and support. And in fact, increase in expand personal accountability. That is there are some people, for example, who when we mentioned what you accountable too, and it's the team it's the other people the other players so it adds onto this additional layer the first layer if you will is I'm going to do the right. Thing because I want to and then there's the I'm going to do the right thing because I need to to help fill the needs and expectations of my workers. There is no denying that. There are some people who are simply accountable to making sure they get that paycheck every Friday. But that doesn't mean that they're going to show up and actually do their job. Well, they're just going to fly, right? Above the radar to ensure that being don't lose that paycheck by getting fired. How do we work with those employees? How do we increase their level of accountability or win? Do we decide they're not going to be the right fit or change their stripe? And this is a could call it an opportunity or obligation of managers is to identify for their team. What are they most likely to be held accountable to and there there's a whole group of employees is that when we say, you know, what what are you most accountable to and it's it's it's not a paycheck. It's it's it's not even their teammates. It might be the mission and vision or the purpose of the organization something we see a lot for example in the healthcare industry where nurse. Tell us that they're accountable to the patients not necessarily to their own leaders or the nurse supervisor even the docs, they do what they do because they care about the patients and their quality of life and also anybody who's ever worked in or with a nonprofit has probably met a lot of people who are in that that business the nonprofit work because of the mission and vision of the organization, and that's what they're accountable to if someone to get to your question, if they're only showing up for a paycheck. It may be that the first order business is to talk about accountability to their family and the need to provide for their family. And I'm I'm not against that. It's just not the highest order of accountability. But there are some people who will come to work and work hard, just so they don't get fired because they want to be good providers. Still how does a leader? And I assume this is the leader's role. Maybe you should say, otherwise, how does the leader draw those connections to that higher calling that sense of meaning? Purpose that might drive a deeper level of accountability than simply a paycheck. This is something by the way, if I can just do a little little side aside bar if you will for millennials and jen's e millennials anyone below thirty four years of age gingy anyone twenty two twenty three years old age and younger this issue of meaning and purpose is huge, and they wanna have meaning and purpose in their life. Jen's e for example, these are the folks that have were born after the recession or have not experienced the recession is as cognizant adults. They they don't look at a job as a survival issue. They're looking at a job in part to help define who they are as a person. So are we providing that meaning and purpose for these new generation of workers and organizations that do that? Well, we'll find that their retention rate is is much much higher. So we do want to be very very cognizant of that. And how does the leader do that have is later draw? Those lines those connection points to meaning and purpose. So this is one thing that we suggest leaders do in our in our workshops, we have a workshop on accountability. And I'd say look for times when members of your team are very excited. They're like celebrating a successor a victory and BQ don't just look at their smiles on their high fives. And think that that's enough be curious about it, ask them. Well, what what's the most exciting thing for you. They're now some will reply. Well, it was a tough challenge. And I just didn't know I could make it, and I'm just thrilled that I was able to get done what needed to be get to get done. That's about them and their own capabilities. Another will say I'm just so excited about the way the team came together. And we all pulled together as a team we got this done. So for that individual what they're most likely to be held accountable to is the team. Mm-hmm. Others will talk about the customer, the client the outcome that the level of quality of the product or service. So be curious explore. What is it exactly that they're celebrating? If he doesn't know why each of your team members are lighting up. Then you don't know your team members. Well, enough, you don't and you don't know what's motivating them really at an intrinsic level. And that's those are just golden nuggets is to know what what people get excited about. And there are some people that are just going to be excited about getting across the finish line on time and on budget, and they're just very detailed and transactional oriented, and that's okay. They're not necessarily fun people to work with, but they're still accountable and they want to get the job done. But if they're never lighting up. That's when you need to have a different kind of conversation. What is it that they're missing in their roles? What is it that they could be doing that? They're not doing to tap into the strengths that would drive that since of meeting purpose, which would also drive their sense of accountability. There. There's so many issues here in the human condition. One example would be your first for some individuals. They haven't been praised or validated in many ways their whole life. They for their parents, never quite measured up. They're not sure what their capabilities are. When a leader is for example, positive leader, and Gibbs validation and recognition to an employee. They may start to discover that they have capacities and capabilities and things that they do well that they didn't know before didn't realize that we're there. This is one of the joys frankly of moving into this new future of work leadership role is to explore things that actually help people feel good about themselves and expand their own understanding of who they are as an individual. We know that many workers get more praise invalidation at work than they do at home. And this is one of the things that makes work compelling. We talked about creating a workplace where people look forward to coming to work one of the ways to make that happen is work may be the only place where they get validation praise. And of course, they're going to want to be a part of that when mission for leaders themselves to be able to provide that for their employees who are lacking in other areas, maybe the highest mission you mentioned earlier that we have some questions and our survey data that relates to accountability. I wanna talk about two of those. I wanna talk about the accountability question that we asked that gets the highest score amongst our level data. And I want to talk about the one that gets the lowest score. And I'd love to hear your thoughts on why this question ties to accountability. And why you think it's one of the higher scores that we get. So the first one is I know how my work contributes organizational goals, that's the highest accountability score that we see in our global data. Why does that point matter to accountability? Why do you think that it gets such a high score? We'll this is something that we talk about alignment in our work and. This is are the employee's aligned with what the organization is doing when an employee knows what their role is. And how it it fits the company's mission. Then we're kind of connecting the final dot. And let me just explain that a little bit more. It is true that some leaders are very good at articulating the mission and vision of the organization, and that certainly is absolutely essential. But if employees es don't know that dotted line for them to that mission. They don't they don't get that same connection about why I should do what I do very well every day. So we want employees to know. And this is something has to be done at the managerial level supervisor level. Ceos and senior leaders just can't do this for every employee, but manager should be our ticketing. Why a particular job no matter how granular is important the overall mission and vision of the organization, I'll give you a simple example, sometimes the people at the lowest end of the food chain if you will in terms of salary and position in Thailand perception are people who are doing maintenance and cleanup in an organization, and I worked for one great worked with as a client one great organization, and they told these people that they're not just maintenance people they're actually part of the safety team, and what they did was absolutely crucial to the safety and preventing and reducing accidents. One of the big missions of goals of the organization were no accidents and people going home as as healthy and safely his has arrived and win these maintenance workers realized that that was a part of what they were doing. The nature of their work. And and the speed of corn that group went way way up. Yeah. Their purpose. Their story shifts for why they show up to work every day and gives them that purpose are and some of them said that they went home in their family members. I'm part of the safety team. And that was that elevated their own sense of self worth. But oh totally and completely of pride in the beauty of it is it was true. It's just that. No one had articulated that role in that way before. But it did change the way those people showed up for work. It's not just semantics it's truly giving somebody a story giving them a purpose to live into every day companies should be providing a narrative for their employees about why they do what they do. I'm gonna open up a can of worms here. I'm afraid because the lowest score of our accountability questions that we see in our global data is senior leaderships behavior is consistent with our organization's mission vision. Seven and values if not accountability isn't seen and played out at the top. How does that impact in organizations, and why do you think the score is so low this this is a tough one for senior leadership. I guess we could let them all off the hook. And not ask this question. But it is really important for senior leaders to to walk the talk, and that had not just not just have a good verbal game or narrative, but actually be living up to it. I was with a company earlier this week in Los Angeles that there are repositioning themselves, and what they do as a wellness company, another they're not in the healthcare business. But well, let me just say what it is. They make mattresses, and so they're repositioning themselves as a wellness company to talk about the narrative because what they're really realized they do when they elevate the end use and value their product is there, they're allowing their customers people that by their mattresses to to get up every day live to their fullest potential in a healthy way that has a big impact on their quality of life. The challenge, of course, is you you can't reposition yourself as a wellness company. If you're not practicing that for your employees, and if the leaders aren't congruent with that message, if you have a leader who has anger management issues is top down punitive yelling. What what whatever it is you that leaders can have a really hard time convincing employees that their companies all about wellness, when in fact, there's disease in the organization having said that for this particular client. They're well positioned there. This this rebranding is going to work very well for them because everything about their organization, and their culture and their leaders is congruent with it. But I would hate to see another work at the station that got really low scores on this number try and do that. Well, there's no denying that. There are senior leaders in organizations across North America who do tend to demonstrate more toxic or less accountable behaviors I think in many ways, there is a barrier between senior leadership, and frontline employees that may prevent frontline employees from seeing senior leaders walk the talk every day senior leaders are in meetings. They're on the road, they are behind closed doors, and and they may just not be as visible. Do you think that is impacting this score for some organizations, and if so it's still impacting the experience of those frontline employees? So how can senior leaders step out of their normal day to day experience and. Begin to manifest this accountability to their employees front level. It's a good point. We see in in our surveys. You know, Kelly. We ask some open ended questions at the end of the hard coded questions and one of the questions that clients often select to ask is if there's one or two things that we could do to improve the leadership role of your media manager, supervisor what would it be and the most common word is communication in digging deeper in that with employees and doing some mini and micro focus groups and talking to those employees what many times what they're talking about is what you dentist it's access to the leader. They don't see the later. They don't have access to the leader the leader may be there, but behind closed doors or the leader may be traveling a lot as you mentioned. How do we provide that kind of access in in it's not necessarily because they have a lot of questions for the leader. But what we know is they want the leader to see them working. Hard. It's a part of how they they validate themselves and they feel validated. If their leader is there and seeing them do good work. That's really important. You often say that one of the primary nutriments of a player is attention and win. The senior leader is not there to give that attention. It has an impact on how much effort and employee wants to put in every single day. That's interesting point. We know when I when we do our boot camp, I asked leaders, can you think of an a player on your team and just raise your hand, and they do raise their hand. And then I say are they in a player because of their what they're paid in their benefit package and everyone shakes their head. No. But that raises the question and even though I grew up in a an industrial manufacturing family. I'm trained as a biologist and ecologist. So I want to know there's the player they're not there because of what they're paid. What's their primary nutrient? What drives them what restores and what allows them to recharge and refueled at the end of what is obviously a metabolic exhausting day. And it is you say it's attention in the form of validation recognition and supportive feedback. That's all they need. They need to be seen. And it's often not even a conversation. But just seeing an acknowledged for working as hard as they do want to hone in is we wrap up this podcast on the practical side of that particular low scoring. Question. And I don't want it to just be about senior leaders, but about leaders in general if leaders behavior is consistent with the mission and vision of organisms employees will be more engaged because the leaders are demonstrating accountability to who who they are. And who the company is if you think about two different leaders one who's not necessarily as acceptable as they could be and one who is more toxic than they should be what some practical advice, you would give to each of those leaders as we think about helping elevate their behavior being consistent with the mission and vision of the organization when we let me deal with the first one. So this is the leader. That is just really busy doesn't have time. Yeah. That's a really tough one. There are some simple things. For example. We have some leaders that actually have to schedule it. So they put it in their their their daytime or in their outlook calendar, and they're g mail or their Google calendar to every Wednesday at eleven thirty to remind them until shirt, probably. To go out to. So you schedule it to make it happen. If you can't be there physically you can still reach out to people by phone phone is better than an Email. A videoconference or video call is better than a phone call. So just try to reach out and do things that way would be better now. But this your second question about if someone's a toxic leader, tell me, what are you? What are you asking me there, again, if somebody is not demonstrating accountability in their behavior that's consistent with the mission and vision of the organization, so say one of the core values of an organization this collaboration, and there is a leader who doesn't take into account other people's opinions who hears from teams on their recommendations. But then decides to forget what that team recommended and go their own way without thought or explanation for what they're doing. They're not demonstrating collaboration there making unilateral decisions that are really damaging teams effort. That'd be an example of somebody not walking the talk, you know. So the I think the key thing to do is we have to make that person number one more self aware of what they're doing there. Their process, and Secondly, what the impact of that process is on people around them. So for example, and this was a coal. I had yesterday with a client doing a debrief on their survey. One of the senior leaders we're looking at the data for their work group, and they weren't very happy about a low score. And the question was my opinions are are valuable to to to leaders might pinions count. And the score was very very low. And so I simply asked the leader helped me understand what's going on there. And he immediately kind of owned it. He said, yeah, I've been working on this for a long time. I make decisions I make them quickly. I'm highly confident in my decisions, and I don't always bring people in in a collaborative way. But he owned it. Immediately said this is something I've got to continue to work on. But this is one of the things I love about the survey that data was right there in front of him. The other question that was low for him is employees are treated as valued partners. That was another low score. So we're gonna make. People self-aware by measuring and showing them their data. And then we're going to talk about the impact of that what that has on engagement, which in turn has the a direct impact on performance outcomes. And if he's owning it to you. He also needs to be owning that to the team in actively working alongside the team to make those shifts in order to increase those scores. He was actually looking at the other members of the senior leadership team when he said that helped me he wasn't talking to me. He was talking to them saying, look, I'm going to work on this. You guys I know this about me. But if that had if that score hadn't been there, I'm not sure we would have ever had that conversation or he would have been as nearly as self aware about the impact of his behavior strong leader, but not a collaborative leader. And that has consequences powerful lanes Italian accountability he owned that himself. He looked at the other leaders and asked them to hold him accountable rather than being told he needed to be more accountable to this when somebody has an intention themselves. That's when. You're really going to see the benefit and impact and increase in accountability. For some of these leaders, they're accountable to the tool to the measure. They want a higher score the next year and they'll end up doing the right thing simply because they want to get a higher score. Well, we can get more of that. Thank you. All right. Thanks kelly. It's been fun. Thank you. For listening to the thrive by design podcast, be sure. To subscribe rate and review the show each rating and review helps other managers like you, find the show and benefit from these episodes. Are you looking for science based solutions to increase employee retention and engagement are you ready to measure key drivers of high performance? 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Steve actually, they actually called me and wanted me to play a major role in that that review I said, oh, no the patriots are playing that day. I said call Sweeney. He's probably got nothing to do. Yeah. I got nothing to do. You're kidding me. Stage in front of five hundred people and you'll be asking. Generate gambling you. You'll be saying what's the score. No, no what I'll be saying. This is what I'll be saying. Thank you for stepping on my punchline. But anyway, I'll be on. I'll be on the stage. And this isn't even a joke. I'll be saying I wonder if I should teased that other teams. Yeah. You know, it's such an event we forget what an event that is to have a team that you know, on the road to the Super Bowl. It's the main thing. Oh my God. I go to any other city go to Miami. Go to Cleveland. I mean, how about how about? I mean, how about some of these these teams that haven't been there for ages for decades, and you go to a Super Bowl party who you rooting for. Embitterment about the cheese dip. Patriots. Or when the patriots win on Sunday. It'll be the eighth consecutive year. They've appeared in the AFC championship. Wow. Wow. Says buffalo buffalo fan. Wow. I don't I don't wanna fake. Wow. You guys got me thinking now I'm going to root for the call because I don't want them going again fitting, and they'll go. Yeah. We'll know early. Whether it's Kansas City or the cult because I play in game one on Saturday at four thirty four thirty Saturdays. The Kansas City colts game. I don't make science Kelly. What is the character? You're playing in this play. Well, I could blow it for you. I might as well, I quit. It's all janitor. And I just got one scene and I put Brome and doing karaoke. And I'd say, hey, can I try that? And they all laugh. Give the guy a chance, then I turn into Mick Jagger. And sing miss. You da da. It's pretty cool. Yeah. And you should hear this band shell. Oh my gosh. So it's a line just singing with I thought it was a live band, and they got the sack guy going to play the harmonica. Itself. Miss you. You know that? Yeah. Yeah. And telling you, I'm up there in front of the band and three women singers. It's unbelievable. It's an unbelievable feeling. You will never have that feeling. I have had. I've had backup singers after. I wish that I could watch this game. I'm telling you. It's like I'm so excited. But that's okay. Sometimes you gotta do other things. I know I'm no yoi. Carol. Don't forget the plug where you're playing this weekend. And. Always a pleasure. Thank you for. All. This information not not to disparage Joey Carrol, Jo Malone. Johnny sap for myself. Christian could carry the whole shell by himself. He all you would need. Thank you. I don't think you'll. But I I just said something cut. I wanna wish you luck in your play. Steve break a leg state. I know. Yeah. Well, you know, what they call these on the weekends? Suitcase that if you win you going to Aruba if you lose your going to the airport anyway because you gotta get out of town. Okay. So Steve I have an exit question for you. All right. Did you see the Clemson Alabama game? Yeah. Oh my God. Cadet Clemson credential Clemson quarterback play on your team. Wow. Yeah. The kids aren't true freshman. They were like six or seven point underdog. Oh my God. In the last five years. I don't think we've seen Alabama team spank like that. Yeah. No. He has to play at least two more years in college. You can go to the deaths another two years. So Clemson, Johnny Sav. We're talking about the Clemson quarterback would like your thoughts on. Did. He throw for three touchdowns in that. He was awesome. Just and I'd seen him earlier in the season in the last four years, Alabama, Clemson have both won to national championships each and they're both fifty five and four. Johnny. Hey, Johnny Thetford second. Did you like the other guys to leave the room? So we can. Let them we're all on the patriots. And we all seem to like the colts. What do you got? I'm on the colts. I think they're the hottest team football right now with a great quarterback, Andrew luck. But I'm unfortunately, and maybe to benefit you guys because I'm always wrong. I think the chargers are gonna come here and Winston charge. Dan in the AFC, but they're going to have to win at New England. And then SF how well he's done in his predictions. So with the chargers. What what is your argument in favor of the job? I think there were better team than the patriots. The patriots have the edge a quarterback. Although Philip rivers has had a better year than Tom Brady. Patriots have coach with Bill Belichick over Anthony Lynn where where are they a better came along bolts offensive and defensive lines? They have more weapons on offense much deeper wide receiving group and running back group the secondaries as good if not better than the patriots. They could put a lot of pressure on the quarterback there there a better roster. I think most people in the NFL will tell you that the chargers have a better roster than the patriots doesn't mean they're going to win because they were dumped him the stupid team. And you can't kill the three quarters against the rate. I get. And a bunch of times in that game relations, go touchdowns. Yeah. You're not gonna win beating the patriots kicking five field goals on Sunday. So so let me throw something in here. And that is up until game fourteen for the patriots. They were doing what they've been doing the last several years, which is on balance they were more of a passing team than a running team. And I think the last couple of games they've come to the realization that they depend on on a more running. Now, they have to and play action is when you're gonna get gronkowski open. You're going to get the other receive is open, but instead of the empty backfield as you've shown the first fourteen games look for Sony. Michelle to carry a big part of the load is game. James white maybe because he's a good pass catcher. So even if pretty can't find a guy downfield can always dump it off to James whitening, James. Why can go run? And I think that was one of McCartney's most beautiful song. Michelle. Yes. Hi bell. Yes. The words thank you. And asked me about getting divorced. Don't ruin it. Joe radio. Yeah. I was asking about. Jeff Bezos, founded Amazon. Yeah, he's getting a voice is worth one hundred forty billion. And if you ask me, what would I take if I was the white? Yeah. And I would I would take number one my pillow my pillow. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I'd take the blender. And that's it in the Washington Post. And you know, what I would do. I would get the cash and you're ready for this. Write this down. Yeah. 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Wait for opening its quality. You guys have a terrific show. So thank you should come in some week. Yeah. Well, actually, I shouldn't alone. Oh sap. Just got both of you guys. What my hands clean? I can't believe me. Jeez. All right, boys. Steve sweeney. He'll be appearing the dome theater tonight and Sunday matinee show.