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Federal judge blocks Georgia abortion ban

All Things Considered

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge blocks Georgia abortion ban

"A federal judge says Georgia's new abortion law won't take a FAQ while it's being challenged in court the measure banning most abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy was set to take effect next year Sam white had reports from member station W. A. B. E. judges Steve Jones says the measure likely violates previous abortion protections established by the US Supreme Court Sean young is legal director of the

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"sean young" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Scott berg life in prison for white supremacist james alex fields convicted of killing heather higher in two thousand seventeen when he popped his car into a crowd of counter-demonstrators at a white nationalist rally in charlottesville virginia assistant attorney general eric dry band says fields committed twenty nine federal hate crimes killed heather higher he could have killed many others and in fact the injured or attempt to injure or kill at least thirty other persons fields apologized in court hires mother and bro didn't buy that was a last ditch attempt to get a reduced sentence he's at least sincere person i've ever met fields will be sentenced next month on separate state charges former vice president joe biden is defending his vote on school busing in the nineteen seventies after bruising criticism during last night's democratic presidential debate speaking at the rainbow push coalition convention in chicago former vice president joe biden said he heard and respected senator combo harris but says he never opposed voluntary busing i've always been favor of using federal authorities overcome state initiated segregation in fact i cast a designing vote in nineteen seventy four against an amendment call gurney amendment which would have banned the right of the federal courts to be able to use busing as a remedy asked after his speech how he thought his debate performance went biden responded i'll let others rate me ryan burrow a._b._c. news chicago georgia's strict new abortion law has triggered a federal lawsuit torture house four eighty one bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected and that is a step too far says the state's legal director sean young this case is about the fundamental right of everyone to make their own healthcare decisions without politicians looking over their shoulder brian camp and attorney general chris carr refused comment georgia is one of nine states to enact tough new abortion laws all of them aimed at overturning the nineteen seventy three supreme court decision that made abortion legal in the united states pete combs a._b._c. news atlanta you're listening to a._b._c. news there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing zoom to make that happen zoom.

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"sean young" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"She's dying right movie. I I mean, I just I guess I I know that guys always talk about this movie as being like the sexual waking them when they're they're young. And I feel like there's some weird. I haven't quite wrapped my head of Brown. What it is yet? Having just watched for the first time in a longtime. But there is some kind of version of that that I think happened for a lot of girls but its like different. It's like it's like a kind of spatial thing. But also, not it's like both cautionary and us spatial at the same time. I don't know. I yeah. It's interesting. I mean, she's so good. I was telling when I was waiting for you guys come back from glass glass glass, walls, come back from glass. I was just talking about like her performance is so subtly good in a lot of ways. Like, she. There is a moment where she like I can't remember what the action is. But it's something like she punches through a wall, or she's like breaking open some FOX or something and the way she does it and it's like shot from behind. Also, don't think that this movie objectify her all no matter how kinky our costume can keep but she's not doing. Japan or whatever. And they're always sort of presenting her as a threat above all o- or just like this one also bam and isn't afraid to say like eat floor. This isn't something where there's like some lady she has to freight, but is a moment where she does this move. And it's like, it's a it's totally physically cat liked. But not in a way, not an cats way musical like it's in a way that might be good if she was like rumble teas. She's not doing the doing. Halle berry. Does she does a lot of that? There's something it's just like more. Just a where do I put my weight in my body as I am like half inhibited and having the the rule of a cat, which is like interesting in cool. And I noticed that way more this time round. And I I was very impressed with that. It's a very physically precise performance, and especially in a movie like this. I think the same thing of of devito though, which is kind of crazy because like as I've been watching all this taxi recently, and his whole kind of thing is that he just sort of gets angry and flails around, and it's amazing how often taxi he's like pointing in the wrong direction. The cameras not picking up on him sense. It's just like this guy's a ball energy. Just do whatever he wants and just try to capture it. Yeah. And then this I get the sense that Burton was probably very meticulous onset between like the makeup and the costumes and the angles, and they're sort of gesture in all the different physical acts, just like Khan. Instantly this relationship between them and the sets and the lens to like make these perfects or a tab blows. And with both. It's crazy because they're wearing these things that must be like such extreme physical impediments so aggressively uncomfortable and hot she came in pretty late to this movie because it was banning then she got pregnant, then Sean young broke onto the Warner Brothers lot wearing a homemade costume trying to get the role and people never stop making fun of her for that and shelf. I forgot it's and jumped into it. And she interviews while always talk about how like impossible it was. So she's just like the I was like I can't act in this move actually cut her out of the suit once today, so she could go to the back. Yeah. It was like horrible. Right. And she's in these insane high heels, he's razor blades on her fingers. And she had to learn how to actually use the whip like all the stuff that she's like, and she was in this point where she was huge. Because she had the married to the mob to kill sunrise, dangerous liaisons and then boys. Well, that's really scared. But like that fabulous. Baker boys is like the greatest one of the greatest female performances. They had a movie in my opinion. Yeah. And so I think but then after that that's eighty nine this ninety two and in between she just has like Frankie, and Johnny like she hadn't had a hit. Right..

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"sean young" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Center lettuce developments tonight into the investigation of those explosive devices sent to multiple people and organizations Los Angeles police are now investigating a second suspicious package addressed to congresswoman Maxine Waters also tonight inside those other six packages since the Clintons Obama's Obama era officials and CNN there were packed with shards of glass. President Trump spoke at a rally in Wisconsin tonight, by the way. Do you see how nice somebody behaving? This is like have you ever seen this? We're all behaving very well. And hopefully, we can keep it that way. Right. President going on to say those in the political arena needs to stop treating opponents as quote morally defective. We got word from cop. Police a bit earlier this evening of the positive identification of skeletal remains found inside Kennesaw mountain battlefield park. They are those of David Blake the twenty five year old hiker who went missing back in early March. There's now a ruling from an Atlanta federal judge on the dispute over rejected absentee ballots in Georgia. That will judge Lee Martin maze. Tentative order would require state and county election officials to hold special hearings for people whose absentee ballots rejected because the signatures. Just don't look. Right. ACLU of Georgia legal director, Sean young tells me converted into a provisional ballot. That will be counted if the voters able to confirm there, I can be up to three days after the election victory against voter suppression secretary of state Brian Kim's office refused. Comment. Pete combs WSB hundreds upon hundreds of people lined Buford drive today. My husband's a deputy. And when this is family king.

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"sean young" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Five years so that's eight hundred a year Pocketing the lunch money all right so you remember we did that story about Sean young the actress Sean young who got some drinking issues and she was in some big movies and I said she was working in a. Store oh yeah and then she ripped off something from the store and she's been arrested. For it, well it turns out he was actually. Working in a movie production company Not, a store and so there was surveillance video surveillance of her and her son going into. The like. Coming out of the production company with laptops five thousand dollars worth of back books. How, old is our son twenty something you know she's like fifty eight Oh yeah and anyway I guess they swiped a bunch of, these MAC books and some other stuff. Just loading it in the? Back of. Her car, wearing patch though wheelchair She didn't really get into the character because that's the character. You have to pull but apparently instead of filing, charges they, made a return it but she did and I guess the director of. The production she was, working on, her so she wasn't even like in, front of, the you know she wasn't like an actor in the in. The production behind the scenes so. They just. Said you, know as long as you return the stuff you know we will file charges, embarrassment of it having to steal stuff you know if you're, Sean young Can't you pick up the phone call you buddy. Kevin Costner, you in that movie Below the effort Put me one of your films or you know? What I mean but I guess when you have a really bad, reputation in Hollywood like she has this, other strikes says we're just talking. About off stories where? Was that story there's some guy ripped off like one hundred thousand dollars with a Rama noodles Did you see. That how. Many Rama noodles is that gotta be 'cause Rama noodles cost what? Like two dollars could feed you for a month they're like eighty, nine cents for like a six pack, yeah I saw the story here. Is like a hundred? Hundred grand of Rama noodles I was just trying to sell them hold on Yeah all the? Things to steal I. Know I know the one thing that you wouldn't go. Out of your way to eat if you really Rama. Noodles, because you have to have one that you'll never hear is I'd like to. Order some Rama noodles actually really do. Like wrong But look how old you are Your look how much money, I have, is where the better How, much money was it one. Hundred grand a hundred grand okay so one hundred thousand dollars. You can buy a pack of Rama. Noodles for thirty cents so one. Hundred. Thousand divided, by point was it point three point three yeah That is over three hundred and thirty. Three thousand packs of Rama noodles. Now Well I mean maybe there's a lot of college. Friends.

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'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary

Reimagine America

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary

"The Atlantic coast pipeline correspondent. Jeremy house has more on the story the three judge panel of the fourth circuit court of appeals that the US fish and Wildlife Service permit was arbitrary and capricious because it provided no specific limits of the allowable. Impact on five threatened or endangered species the judges also vacated a right of way permit from the US National Park Service

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Bill Murray throws a drink at Carly Simon's photographer brother in dispute at Martha's Vineyard restaurant

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Bill Murray throws a drink at Carly Simon's photographer brother in dispute at Martha's Vineyard restaurant

"Actor Bill Murray. Is being, accused of slamming, a photographer against the door and. Pouring a glass of water over him and the photographer is singer Carly Simon's brother. Peter Simon says he was taking photos of abandoned a Massachusetts restaurant on. An assignment for the Martha's Vineyard times he says Murray accosted him swore at him and. Threatened him Simon says the band invited him and he wasn't there to. Take pictures of, Murray a police report says Murray told them Simon. Was taking pictures of him the report says Murray was visibly upset and said that Simon was harassing him Nobody has been charged

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"sean young" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is in effect for New York City Westchester. And Fairfield county. Did morning I'm Terry McCreadie Washington DC is bracing for what could be a contentious Sunday as white nationalist rally is set to take place. Just outside the White House Tom Roberts reports on the first, anniversary of the deadly, unite right rally in Charlottesville Virginia. That left a woman dead the unite the right to demonstration is expected to bring hundreds of. Participants to the nation's capital and as many as two thousand counter-protesters district and federal law enforcement officials say they're, prepared to, handle the demonstrations DC police chief Peter Newsham says authorities planned to keep the two groups separate, to avoid any violent, confrontations Tom, Roberts NBC News Radio Armed and dangerous inmate from New Jersey is on the move after escaping Friday morning police say David Riley slipped away from, Cumberland county corrections officers, well, being transported shortly before ten thirty AM the daily news. Reports he was wearing only a t shirt and boxer shorts when. He took off running near the laurel lawn cemetery near Cornwall Dr actress John Young says. She took two. Laptops from queens apartment by mistake and has been trying to return them she released a statement after reports circulated that police wanted to question. The blade runner twenty forty nine actress over a queens burglary surveillance footage apparently shows, her taking the computers and video. Production software from a business in the story of this week young had previously worked at the. Location but has reportedly since been fired new security will be on display at port authority bus terminal next week, rob Dawson, reports port authority says they're doing a pilot tests have technology that's designed to trigger an alarm, if a person is, carrying Wearing an explosive this comes eight months after an ISIS. Inspire man set off a homemade explosive injuring himself and three other people. At the bus terminal subway station the testing will happen Monday through Wednesday during the morning and evening. Rush hours in the south wing main concourse but no impact to travel is expected. I'm, rob Dawson for seven ten w. o. are taking your w., o. r. sports Mets beat the Marlins six to augment Rosario had three hits Mets on deck with, Pete McCarthy tonight at, six o. Five before game two of the series right here on seven ten w. o. r. here's your w. o.. R..

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"sean young" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's seventy three degrees at two o'clock good morning I'm James flippin New York City police are. Looking into whether the driver of a trash truck may have been. Intoxicated after an Australian tourist was struck and. Killed while riding. A bicycle, on Manhattan's Upper West. Side the area. Was packed with. Horrified onlookers who say they won't soon forget the. Scene analysis just praying, to, God he knocks helper like please God help our check. She passed away That kind of brings it home because they could be me tomorrow if I ride my bike Twenty-three-year-old Madison Jane Liden identified as. The victim she. Was riding. In the bike lane when black livery cab pulled out unexpectedly forcing her into the roadway meanwhile following the horrific crash that left five members. Of a New Jersey family dead, in Delaware a wake was held at a church in Teaneck yesterday Audi Trinidad and his, daughters Caitlin Danna Allison and Melissa died last month when a wrong way. Maryland driver smashed his pickup truck into. The family's. Minivan as they. Didn't Delaware Mary rose Trinidad ballot connect the girl's mother was seriously injured and is the Teaneck family's sole survivor services were delayed until she was well enough to participate in planning I'm Sara Lee. Kessler for seven ten w o r a funeral service is planned. For later today at Fairleigh Dickinson university crazy. Story out of. Seattle tonight, where a man apparently. Stole a plane That he didn't know how to fly start a left hand turn and Take. It down to the southeast breeze Probably like jail time for life I hope it is for me no passengers on, board at the time reportedly correspondent Alex. Stone. Has more on what's happening now. Some reports indicate the plane crashed not, a lot is confirmed right now but the FAA. Is calling this a security incident they say NORAD and the TSA or handling it pilots around Seattle or being told the airspace above Seattle and. The seatac airport are now closed they're being told to go elsewhere that, they cannot fly into Seattle's airport The man. Accused of intentionally, setting the holy fire and Santa Anna California is still awaiting his arraignment forest Clark wouldn't come out of his self Thursday but. Yesterday. He did to make several outbursts in the Santa Ana courtroom is charged several, counts involving arson aggravated arson criminal anthrax these are just allegations and resisting arrest you call the charges against the belie and insisted he was being. Threatened, when his bail was left at one, million dollars Clark city could easily afford? It actress Sean young says she's been mistakenly accused and says that she took two, laptops from queens apartment by mistake and. Has. Been trying to return them sure. Released a statement after reports circulated that, police want to question the blade runner twenty forty. Nine actress over a queens burglary surveillance footage apparently shows her taking the computers and video production software from a business and a story ah young. Had previously worked at the location.

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'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary

WOR Programming

03:02 min | 3 years ago

'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary

"Actress Sean young says she's been mistakenly accused and says that she took two, laptops from queens apartment by mistake and. Has. Been trying to return them sure. Released a statement after reports circulated that, police want to question the blade runner twenty forty. Nine actress over a queens burglary surveillance footage apparently shows her taking the computers and video production software from a business and a story ah young. Had previously worked at the location

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'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary

The Norman Goldman Show

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary

"Runner actress Sean, young, trouble with the law in New York City details from correspondent Samantha LeBron the blade runner. Actress is wanted for questioning according to authorities in connection with a break in. In queens young and another person are allegedly seen on surveillance around noon Thursday taking two laptops from the business. Where, police, say. She, worked until a few months ago the NYPD is also looking to speak with the other person, in the. Video the fifty eight year old young most recently made an appearance in last year's blade runner, twenty Forty nine and in TNT series the

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Tesla, Apple and Chris Porat Tesla discussed on Armstrong and Getty

Armstrong and Getty

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Tesla, Apple and Chris Porat Tesla discussed on Armstrong and Getty

"And analysts are playing no, what if when it comes to tesla cagey away tens Jason Middleton would like. To play. Along if tesla. Wants to go private we'll maybe apple would want to buy it The two glitziest companies, in America fight over talent like two. Dogs over table scraps Doug field has rejoined apple one month after leaving his position as the senior vice president of engineering at tesla in his. New role field is getting the. Band back together with fellow ex tesla employee Bob Mansfield who is now the head of apples secretive self-driving program called project titan in two thousand sixteen apple hired Chris Porat Tesla's former vice president vehicle engineering and the following year Tesla's struck back recruiting software developer, Chris Latin or one of the creators of Apple's swift, programming language now think on it tesla as. A, wholly owned subsidiary with Apple's resources Alon Musk's still running the, car company and those pesky shareholders and earnings calls would fall to apple CEO Tim cook sounds pretty sweet doesn't

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"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"She was a puppy she was just kind of nutball like other puppies like that she would run around in eat things and break everything in i'd come home and she'd run up to me and just read up and jump all over me in what i did is i noticed that when she was really submissive she she had these huge she has the jazz satellite german shepherd style years in when she was submissive she would sit in she would hurt years would would fall back in her eyes would kind of go down she would look down and so when i come home and she'd start jumping on me i wouldn't just say sittard or try to put her down i would actually push your ears backside get her to sit in push your ears back and the rest of her body would just turn into submissive mo like she was used to these ears controlling her in remembering that when our ears go back that's time for her to be submissive in that just continued to work in training her to not jump on the end up crazy next we have see which is captivating and this one was interesting for me because i i don't i'm not even sure i understand this but somehow david george has ptsd and tetris was able to solve the problem how can tetris work as a cognitive vaccine there's a research study of tetris being able to you to be used to prevent ptsd in you know it's uncertain what what actually is happening i mean my guess is it's a distraction what they found is that so people who've recently experienced some kind of psychological vet that could lead to ptsd or commonly does by having them play tetris it reduces likelihood of that in that's i think it's probably do distraction again at this hasn't been studied but but my guess is if someone is about to have some idea that's wired in their brand like they experienced something that's really scary on that causes their brain to encode it as this is a tragic traumatic event but if you get distracted than possibly the brain stops that from actually happening and that's what tetris is may be doing the the idea of of captivating though so captivating z idea that we need not just any rewards so the idea of if you want people to keep doing things you should reward them that's pretty common sense nowadays but people misinterpreted it was based on research that was originally done on animals on cats and rats in that if you reward them than they'll follow what you hunt them to do getting out of their cage or or or whatever you want them to do but people generalized it to say okay if you give people a reward than that'll keep them motivated if you give them points or badges for doing something then though keep on come into your website or using your app or or doing whatever you want them to do but the idea of captivating is it's not just any reward you can't not everyone cares about points her badges or they don't care about it all the time can't just use any reward just like for the initial studies that were done on animals on cats in in rats they were given food they were indicated in they were allowed to come out of the cage and get some food that's a pretty big reward that was literally captivating reward and so we need if we want to get ourselves or others to be motivated you can't just give people any reward it's gotta be something that's what i call captivating almost the equivalent enter you know as close as possible the cleveland of that cataracts getting the food in the name captivating came from we did the study on at ucla on chronic pain patients who are on opioids and we we have an online community so we use we leverage the force a community that had mentioned there was one individual on in this study who said just damn this is so captivating being in this online community hearing the other people like me talking about their chronic pain their addiction risk in all these things he couldn't get himself up from from the device from looking at these conversations in that's the way we want to build our technologies that's what we want to build programs to get people to stick with it so just quickly the last one e stands for ingrained in that's the that's the idea of if you do something over and over if you do it routinely than it will become ingrained your brand and it will be easy to do in grande.

"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"A little vague can you tell us what that even means yeah neuro hacks is one of those where i said created this acronyms i created the science framework and then i had to figure out where do i fit this idea and so i came up are just called it neuro hack so it fit and neuro axes the idea that there are tricks that we can do with our brain to get ourselves to stick with things that they are mental shortcuts that can get us to stick with things that we were never able to do before there are ways of turning on or off a light switch in your brain so that so that we can be able to stick with things so an example of this there was someone who had who is in stick with it who had talked about his name's marie ceo he had just come out of a tough relationship than he was he just gotten divorced and he's feeling down he's a designer by by trade but he didn't really want to be working he didn't wanna be designing things he didn't know what to do is just feeling depressed focused on his ex wife and so he decides i'm going to he's he's sitting at his computer and he gets this the flash on screen that you get where it's k it's time to change your password and he says i'm gonna use my password to change everything in my life here and so we changed his password and he changes it to four number four give her forgive her pretty simple statement till idea but every day now when he'd come in and he'd have to enter in his password now he has to think of this idea of forgive her in when he first started doing it it was pretty tough because it would remind him of her and he was angry but over time he realized i can continue type in this password i don't have to change the password to something else continue doing it and it's actually getting easier for me to type this forgive her so he realized actually this active just the simple thing of typing forgive her was changing his brain and getting himself to actually forgive her in and it worked in his you know moved on in got remarried and then he actually wanted to apply that to a different area he was smoking and he said i'm use this to to stop smoking so he changed his password to do i think it was quit smoking forever and quit smoking in tea at the the date of when i last talked was panic five years later he had continued quitting smoking just overnight that's power of neuro hacks so we formed these habits because the brain wants to be efficient right our brain wants to be an automatic mode like a computer store username and password for example so the downside to some of this stuff is of course addiction in the upside is that lasting change is really possible and so i can see the niro hacks working in that in that way do you have some exercises where people can come up with their own narrow hacks that are different than just retyping a password because for me i never have to type password in the first place so what other types of neural hacks are there that we can use to our advantage yes so some some basic ones which which go along with what we've talked about already with things like step ladders is let's say i want to learn how to play guitar by doing it every day by doing by setting aside i'm gonna practice for fifteen minutes or an hour or whatever it is we reflect back on our behavior and that creates a neuro hack it you know i wasn't someone who practiced guitar before but now when i look back to the past week two weeks when month i've been practicing qatar every day that fundamentally resets our brains and get us to realize i'm capable of doing this and in fact i must be guitar player otherwise i wouldn't be doing this every day so i have a dog named norah jones and she's a lab shepherd mix in in when.

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"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Something that takes three months or longer to achieve so for me running a marathon would be a dream because it's something i would have to train for a few months to to be able to achieve goals or something that take about one month and then a step is so something that we can do today or definitely within a week i if i exercise you know once a month or or you know less than that or not very much than maybe just getting a pair of running shoes is a first step for me in that's what we need to focus on that model of steps goals and dreams because that will keep us on point it will keep us on track to be able to stick with things we wanna do that's the idea of step ladders rights so we plan these small steps towards our goal which might be and i think the problem that a lot of people have with this is these small steps are maybe a little bit less exciting but they're more realistic right so we go all right i've got to go and get a pair of shoes and then i got to do this couch to five k running plan where i'm running for sixty seconds walking for sixty seconds and i gotta do that for a week and it's pretty lame because i'm only going like half a mile but i really just want to run a marathon but this is how you get there right it's that how do you even elephant one bite at a time kind of thing and you mentioned in stick with it that big dreams can really have a reverse effect and end up demotivating motivating you how does that work so so if we come up with a grandiose idea how could that demotivate us because you see a lot of advice online like alright if you're going to start a business right your big hairy audacious goal on a whiteboard and leave it in your office you know that you hear that all the time yeah that that's the thing people say the conventional wisdom says i always wanted to be a rockstar in just focused every day i thought about all the parties ivanhoe do in in being up on stage and all the girls i would get and that's what kept me on track to be a rockstar but that's not what the science supports you know it's definitely it's good to have that that dream it's good to have that vision it definitely motivates us but that's not the kind of thing that's going to allow us to stick to the day to day problems that come up because you know that they're there's not always going for musician and i know this firsthand your your hut always going to have concerts where thousands of people are coming to your shows so what do you do when when you're focusing on that and you play a show in their to people in the audience and they're checking their phones you need something you need to focus on the small steps in order to get you through it in in keep you on track so how small is small when we're talking about these steps you know you'd mentioned these small digestible steps small concrete goals that make us less likely to quit what are we looking at here and why does this work why do these small steps work other than that they're easier to accomplish so in stick with it i get into some there's there are a bunch of reasons why it works i mean i get into some of the neuroscience behind it if you think about every time you succeed at doing something or every time you you feel like you succeed at something your brain rewards you for it every time when you feel good you get a rush of chemicals in your brain in when you ccomplish something you get that rush of chemicals will if we're setting our sights if if we're focusing all of our time thinking about that end goal let's say it's i want to run a marathon if i'm thinking about running marathon than i'm not gonna get that rush into my brain until i run the marathon may have to wait a really long time but if we can get ourselves to focus on the daytoday steps in this is the tough part but the steps literally means things that take one day or less than a week to achieve but if we can focus on those and really ultimately after we do them reflect in say good job do ourselves or somehow reward ourselves for achieving what.

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"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"And sean young okay so a is automatic that's like oh crap i've been reading for an hour and i just realized i'm chewing on my thumbnail or something like this right and burning behavior is i know i should not turn on the tv when i get home but i really really wanted i'll just play one round of i don't know we tennis i just want just one and then it's two o'clock in the morning and we're like i didn't do anything i didn't cook dinner mike i didn't talk to my wife what's going on that sort of this addiction and then can you give us a clear example of common behavior because i feel like that's the confusing one where it's like well wait a minute you know a lot of people chew their nails without thinking oh wait that's oughta matic or a lot of people watch too much tv or play video games but wait is at burning behavior what's common behavior as opposed to these other two yeah it so and with burning behavior we can just in the way colloquially we can call it addiction but it's but there's a clinic definition for addiction so i use it pretty much in the way people talk about addiction where you feel like you can't do stop doing something like you mentioned but just need to bring up that it's different than a clinical definition of addiction so it c behavior if let's say i wanna be able to to exercise more but i don't really want to exercise more that much i'm not that motivated so that i'd rather just sit in watch netflix shows instead of running that soc behavior i know as i'm about to turn on tv or turn on his show or turn on a ballgame i'm looking at my shoes i'm looking at my running shoes i'm looking at my gym clothes but saying no i'm just gonna stay here in in gravity drink and watch tv that's the cb were aware of it but we decide we're not gonna do it okay so it's more of a conscious decision that we wish we could do maybe like going to the gym i wish i could do more of this or less of this theoretic cly like may be eating junk food but i'm gonna rationalize the behavior instead exactly people sign up for jim number ship you know you give the jim example people sign up for gym membership they expect to be going they're paying for it but then different things getting away so that they don't end up going it's not that they're not that they just oh i completely forgot to go to the gym usually you know can be but usually it's no i'll go tomorrow to how do we decide if something is a automatic be burning or see common obviously we can evaluate this through sort of common sense filter but automatic we've really have to be unaware of it so we we find out because you go oh my fingers bleeding 'cause i've been on dang i wish i could stop doing that but you don't have that conscious moment all right so we find that automatic behavior like that usually by looking at the outcome of the behavior right but with burning behavior how do we separate that a true addiction at true compulsion from something we'd just sort of feel like doing yeah burning behavior that it is something that you feel like you've gotta do it's there's a a small distinction i think b and c are closer to each other than a in b a b behavior like you said if you find yourself just playing video games in a warp that's probably closer to be behavior where you you are so distracted by your so into it and you're you're convincing yourself i'm just gonna play one game just one game in all be fine that's more of a bb hhave your but they're they're similar in oftentimes it's difficult to tell the difference in we need to any details with people or we need to kind of coach them on figuring out what the differences okay so when we're looking at this types of behavior this matters right because in order to figure out what elements of your science acronym we apply behavioral change techniques we apply we have to know whether it's burning or common because if we get it wrong we apply the wrong elements for change and then it fails as it goes from a to b to c you gradually needed more.

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"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"To to take care of him saved his life he spent two or three weeks in the hospital recovering and during that process they said okay look you need to change some things around you need to take medication you know possibly for the rest of your life you need to change the way do you exercise in e in my family we're really close my mom was up there are family and we were saying exercise meditate do all these things he said i'm gonna do it i will i'm going to change my life and start doing these things but turns out he didn't follow through hundred percent with doing that and it really freaked me out i was next to him when he almost died and here he is not following through with what needs to be done to prevent this from happening again and so started getting me questioning i had been at the time i was studying psychology i was studying behavior change is working with technologies end it got me thinking why not only he wasn't falling through but so many of us pretty much all of us in at least some parts in our lives don't follow through with things that we plan to do so why is that i was finding it with students where i was the students i was teaching they would wait until the day of the test and then say i need an extension i didn't study for it or i was finding with with our band questions like how do we get people to come to our shows is working in the technology industry and finding that some friends of mine were building software that we're getting millions of users overnight in getting people to stick with it and others weren't so what's what's the difference what's driving engagement so i started studying it pretty systematically scientifically in that's where over the past fifteen in more than fifteen years we've come up with some answers from doing this in doing it in classical psychology studies in a lab to doing it outside in the real world where we work with people who are at risk reach iv trying to get him to get tested we just finished a study with ucla chronic pain patients who are on opioids where there's opioid crisis going on were applying this to suicide prevention in so many areas of public health and medicine but then you know it just applies to people's lives in every aspect of it so you'd mentioned abc behavior of the types of behavior are abmc can you define what these are because i think a lot of people think well yeah there's a diction and then there's kind of everything else or there are things we think about doing and then we do them consciously and there's other things that we don't what types of behavior really are there and how are they different in in terms of how we attack the problem narrowed it down to three types of behavior and stick with it so there's a which stands for automatic behaviors automatic behaviors are things that we do automatically were not even aware of what we're doing so we're having a conversation and if i have interrupting you while you were talking than i probably wouldn't even be aware that i was doing that that would be something that was happening automatically in that's in a behavior than their bb viewers which stands for burning behaviors burning behaviors are things where so unlike aviators where we're not aware of it be behaviors were aware of it but we feel like we can't stop ourselves from doing it so the common one is people wake up in the morning and the first thing that they do is they'll check their phone for messages or they'll check email or if they get a ding on their phone they'll wanna check a message digital you know what we.

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"sean young" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"The company made its name with movies that mean stream studios ignored reservoir dogs my left foot the crying game weinstein's power was growing and he was working with top hollywood actresses like thurman in pulp fiction come on we got him nineteen ninetytwo sean young who was already known for movies like blade runner starred in his latest film love crimes mr attorney sean young i play a character who discovers this sexual predator and then tracks them down and then the tables are turned and and is entrapped by him a wire went out i wanted to get a felony and i needed it i was sitting in harvey's office after the picture and this is the only time this is ever happened to me he pulled his thing out and my response was you know harvey i really wouldn't be pulling that thing out because it's really not pretty and i got a and i left in his responses weinstein told frontline sean young's account is untrue he never met her in his office or anywhere else and had nothing to do with her career it was the last time she would work on a miramax film the reason i didn't get another movie with harvey weinstein was that i made him feel foolish i was set to have a very big career but i upset few important men and the trajectory of my career when in nineteen ninetythree miramax was bought by disney helping weinstein become one of the most powerful producers in hollywood.

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"sean young" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on WSB-AM

"If you want to be a part of this extravaganza where always pleased and happy that back to the program monica crowley she's a senior fellow at the london center for policy research former editor of the washington times has been on with us on fox forever after the president made the decision as it relates to syria one has to ask ourselves the question after world war one after world war two after the the unbelievable horrific evil damage of chemical weapons of mass destruction while the president made the decision along with coalition partners great britain and france that he would strike at the heart of strategically precision strikes at the heart of the chemical weapons facilities of president assad of syria monica crowley some insight into this and much more she comes to us i guess you're in jerusalem tonight how are you sean young sitting in jerusalem and its israel's memorial day tonight going into tomorrow and it's followed by israel's independence day so it's quite a time to be here and i decided to write that column for the hill a couple of days ago because before i got to israel i was in poland and i attended though at the annual march of the living and i'm marched along with thirteen thousand other people from auschwitz birkenau they do this every year to remember the victims of the holocaust and then from there i came to to israel and during that period of time president trump made the very brave and correct i think decision to retaliate against the assad regime's use of chemical weapons against his own people killing an estimated forty people with poison gas and having been through this experience in poland and having arrived in israel i just thought yes you know we can debate the strategic imperatives of his decision to respond in this way with airstrikes but we cannot debate the moral imperative to do it we have spent the last ninety years since the end of world war one and the brutal use of poison gas that war saying never again to those kinds of weapons and then of course seventy years after the holocaust saying never again well do those words really mean anything if they do that means that the united states acting as a great power needs to react to this kind of of aboard behavior regardless of the.

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"sean young" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"One sean if you want want to be a part of this extravaganza where always pleased and happy that back to the program monica crowley she's a senior fellow at the london center for policy research former editor of the washington times has been on with us on fox forever after the president made the decision as it relates to syria one has to ask ourselves the question after world war one after world war two after the unbelievable horrific evil damage of chemical weapons of mass destruction while the president made the decision along with coalition partners great britain and france that he would strike at the heart of strategically precision strikes at the heart of the chemical weapons facilities of president assad of syria monica crowley some insight into this and much more she comes to us i guess you're in jerusalem tonight how are you sean young sitting in jerusalem and it's israel's memorial day tonight going into tomorrow and it's followed by israel's independence day so it's quite a time to be here and you know i just wanted to write that column for the hill a couple of days ago because before i got to israel was in poland and i attended though at the annual march of the living and marched along with thirteen thousand other people from auschwitz birkenau they do this every year to remember the victims of the holocaust and then from there i came to israel and during that period of time president trump made the very brave and correct i think decision to retaliate against the assad regime's use of chemical weapons against his own people killing an estimated forty people with poison gas and having been through this experience in poland and having arrived in israel i just thought yes you know we can debate the strategic imperatives of his decision to respond in this way with airstrikes but we cannot debate the moral imperative to do it we've spent the last ninety years since the end of world war one and the the brutal use of poison gas war saying never again to those kinds of weapons and then of course seventy years after the holocaust saying never again well do those words really mean anything if they do that means that the united states acting as a great power needs to react to this kind of of a horrid behavior regardless of the size or scale of.

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"sean young" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And weather eight this is the sean hannity show yeah we're kind of proud of that this thing should anyway glad you're with us write down our toll free telephone number it's eight hundred nine four one sean if you want to be a part of this extravaganza were always pleased unhappy that back to the program monica crowley she's a senior fellow at the london center for policy research former editor of the washington times has been on with us on fox forever after the president made the decision as it relates to syria one has to ask ourselves the question after world war one after world war two after the unbelievable horrific evil damage of chemical weapons of mass destruction while the president made the decision along with coalition partners great britain and france that he would strike at the heart of strategic tj precision strikes at the heart of the chemical weapons facilities of president assad of syria monica crowley awesome insight into this and much more she comes to us i guess you're in jerusalem tonight how are you sean young sitting in jerusalem and it's israel's memorial day tonight going into tomorrow and it's followed by israel's independence day so it's quite a time to be here and you know i decided to write that column for the hill a couple of days ago because before i got to israel i was in poland and i attended the the annual march of the living and marched along with thirteen thousand other people from auschwitz birkenau they do this every year to remember the victims of the holocaust and then from there i came to to israel and during that period of time president trump made the very brave and correct i think decision to retaliate against the assad regime's use of chemical weapons against his own people killing an estimated forty people with poison gas and having been through this experience in poland and having arrived in israel i just thought yes you know we can debate the strategic imperatives of his decision to respond in this way with air strikes but we cannot debate the moral imperative to do it we have spent the last ninety years since.

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"sean young" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"We my thanks wouldn't allow me to rescue i mean to give stacey dash help mary for her effort and mess okay but i know for sure that we will unanimously agree about this next story and that is about three school children who saved demand from trying to jump off a bridge over eighteen in waltham cross and they are set for national awards with other you didn't hear the story they refused to let go of a man who was trying to jump off a bridge and to commit suicide these three brave school children have told how have been telling how they grab demand trying to jump off a bridge in saved his life the youngsters are divine tae in sammy and there's a neville sean young so devante insane iran's a hold onto the man sitting over the edge of a ten overpass with a rope around his neck while his friend sean young while their french on young offer help that is is man i know that their parents are so proud because can you just imagine them being in that situation in having the wisdom to actually do something about it abdullah word coming sometimes people find themselves in situations when they find themselves in those situations they can be so stunned about the situation so shocked about the situation that they don't actually activate anything to change the situation in instead of them witnessing a man jumped to his suicide they decided instead that they were going to change the course of his path and of his destiny and i think that those young boys deserve a hell joseph they deserve money home says they definitely deserve hell mayors that they're more than most people do these days that's so true and it takes courage in as thinking i there's no doubt in my mind that they're going to go on to be very very successful if you haven't heard this story at the point suggests that you guys you know just go who the three boys who ultimately stop a suicide a man who was jumping off the bridge.

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"sean young" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"sean young" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"We my thanks wouldn't allow me to rescue i mean to give stacey dash help mary for her effort and mess okay but i know for sure that we will unanimously agree about this next story and that is about three school children who saved demand from trying to jump off a bridge over eighteen in waltham cross and they are set for national awards with other you didn't hear the story they refused to let go of a man who was trying to jump off a bridge and to commit suicide these three brave school children have told how have been telling how they grab demand trying to jump off a bridge in saved his life the youngsters are divine tae in sammy and there's a neville sean young so devante insane iran's a hold onto the man sitting over the edge of a ten overpass with a rope around his neck while his friend sean young while their french on young offer help that is is man i know that their parents are so proud because can you just imagine them being in that situation in having the wisdom to actually do something about it abdullah word coming sometimes people find themselves in situations when they find themselves in those situations they can be so stunned about the situation so shocked about the situation that they don't actually activate anything to change the situation in instead of them witnessing a man jumped to his suicide they decided instead that they were going to change the course of his path and of his destiny and i think that those young boys deserve a hell joseph they deserve money home says they definitely deserve hell mayors that they're more than most people do these days that's so true and it takes courage in as thinking i there's no doubt in my mind that they're going to go on to be very very successful if you haven't heard this story at the point suggests that you guys you know just go who the three boys who ultimately stop a suicide a man who was jumping off the bridge.

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