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"serreze" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast
"An excellent speakers magazine is everything. The brand is everything. I am here in detroit. Michigan as a part of sean fares. The leadership experience tore and in there practicing and getting ready. He is basically teaching new emerge during emerging an aspiring speakers. Really how to get ready for the stages that they're going to be taking and so he's given them that real live firsthand experience in doing that knowing what it feels like to be called the front of the room with hundreds of people watching virtually and in person and giving them that necessary experience because all of us know we've gotta have experienced and exposure be helping them to do both and so i've kinda snuck in a little britain. Listen to some of the little presentations them practicing and getting ready. And everybody's nervous and excited and it just energize me because of course. That's the work that i do. As a master speaker development coaches. I helped to develop primarily women's speakers helping them to develop the framework around what their keynote speech is helping them to develop and craft their story And then also to have a really powerful stage presence so just to be in this space to support the ladies and gentlemen is fano optional. Put down. I'm trying to do this while you are speaking. And i'm live like so. I put sherline powers dot com sdn speakers magazine dot net and then hashtag speaker com. Yes so tell people okay so so she just tells you about what's happening today. And i wanna go over here and look at linked in i love linked to ensure so i was going on over in lincolnian. Okay so really quick to see how people are. Okay so you got barbara over there. Hey yes yes. Oh we've got would here lad. I'm so excited because typically i'm doing this in my studio at home alone and another person is in the box on the side but we are actually together. So we've got a doctor Here's well she's over here. Taping us live russia. Yeah we love her. Hey now says you now. We're also on clubhouse as well so this is like really a lot sixty one year old woman to back into two months multi to you ashington question like what is this and we're also on youtube live so let me see who's on facebook and We're on the speakers magazine page over there. So i'm shared that out to Okay how do we share. This salman share to a group less sheer to our france over a black speakers now whereas brian yes yes because he is a We add official magazine to Black speakers network. So i'm a sheer us over there as well so they can listen them though. I'm elite over there. So i'm wanted to interview shirl today because i've known cheryl So beautiful agnone her for at least ten. Or how does your daughter seventeen. So at least she was probably about three so at least fifteen years or so and when i met her she was doing business. Development type of things like I remember when e book you had talked about how to run a home based business. Remember that no out rather homebase and in philly we were on. Those block shows podcasts together. But she was talk radio. Oh my gosh you just went back memories yes yes force was so it super as a blog radio show the other day serreze like five hundred episodes or something like that..
"serreze" Discussed on Stephanomics
"Golden gate nineteen fifty five to fund. Most of etowah trying to cover. Tony came in nineteen sixty four. Every neo was infant or making it a success. It wasn't quite like a fuss but Came into croatia. Everyone stunted owning cuts by the time. It's a game is that in. The country was up for the moment of your today. Yucky coaches the tokyo international university. Weightlifting team when i end to the training room with him. Dozens of young men and women lineup off. Greetings respect to the olympic legend. The of sweat and toil fills the air as students return to training my pounded prize and shouts and the sound of multicolored. Wait crashing into the ground. Among those pumping. Iron is twenty four year. Old musacchio motor. He one member the team. Who's highly likely qualify for the olympics. Yeah like he's feeling uneasy over the fate of the games. Are you thinking about the olympics. As long as i've been bolting. Sp both and i've always wanted to be part of it. If the games get canceled now thing everything. I did it myself to who have been for nothing along. It's not only some athletes are hoping the games will go ahead for prime minister. He suge staging. The olympics could be a prerequisite for holding onto the patent at japan leader. Ugc's aca an academic nara. Women's university has spent his career researching the olympics. He says that japan's leaders there's new political appointees from a cancellation even with public opinion against certain games because the scrapped olympics would symbolize the government's failure to contain covid. Nineteen only people going mobile. Joel killed at about staging. The olympics is tantamount to having the virus under control together with getting the vaccine distribution faster. This could end up. Being a klux point for the administration of the calling me olympics has in a sense. Become a lifeline for the government. And that's why they can't council. Do all day this model ditching. The games would also be bad for an economy. That's already teetering on the brink of a double dip recession on the emergency restrictions but staging the games comes with obvious. Risks to bring seventy eight thousand people to japan from around the world could turn the games into a superspreader event that could have a greater cost for the economy in addition to the human consequences. One reason why many corporate leaders have joined medical professionals in calling for a cancellation with little more than six weeks ago. The national consensus in favor of the games lies in pieces. Shattered by the pandemic. Even the aki a gold medal hero from nineteen sixty four acknowledges that late surge of support has yet to arrive. Do you can't to compare how people fear but the people vs about Citizens even my friends. Aunt yeti immanent one in pick. Not yet. I do that. Tokyo is tokyo clinton. That show ski. Who's yoga yoga's amos that it's crazy. 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That's go forward dot com. Now there's nudity topic which we've come back to a few times on this podcast. That actually made it to primetime news this weekend when g seven finance ministers agreed on a deal to charge global minimum tax on the profits of big companies. So i think it's sunny fan. We get the low down on this from bloomberg's fronts economy reporter william horibin. Who's been dutifully following this story from the beginning. Will we have. We have other things to talk about today. But let me ask you about the the headlines that we saw the weekend fifteen percent tax on on the these big global companies. Does that mean that companies. Like google out going to be able to do all these fancy avoidance operations anymore and end up paying new tax. Anyway i just the short answer is is yes not going then. They're not going to do those things anymore. But what was really significant about what happened to the g. Seven was in some ways more political than technical. There is some detail in in the final communicated. They've put down on paper But what actually happened is that they've resolved major divide between europe and the us on who gets tax the multinationals how sharing out the spoils of globalization if you like And if you remember that trump was used to say his stunts was america. America taxes companies. Not anyone else. And europe serreze was like how on a second these huge. They have a huge operations in our country rely on infrastructure people but they're not paying any tax and we want a slice of that pie so comes at the g seven this weekend. Is that everyone sort of recognizes. Okay these multinationals. They need to pay more in the places where more of the tax that they do already pay in the places where they're not doing business so the home countries have safe google. Us need to share out some of the rights to tax. The profits of google is worth pausing for a second there because what the essentially agreed to let other governments tax back companies instead of them. Think conceptually even even material. This may not be huge but conceptually. That's a that's a huge breakthrough and for the purposes. These years long negotiations that have been having the ocd is also key people at the oecd. Always said we all these erkan lots of the nitty gritty of how to rewrite tax legislation around the world. But what really really has blocked us. Is this agreement on this. Willingness to share out rights to tax companies. I'm one stats resolve. They've always said the rest will just flow from that on the face of it seems surprising that the us would be willing to give up that right. They produce this big big successful global companies. Surely you want if you're the. Us you wanna keep as many of those tax.
"serreze" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Ninety three by fabella year equal to march twenty seventh twenty three o eight bc earthier members of the lgbt community always had roles in the military throughout rebellious his where they always respected. No but they played major roles in shaping the magical world due to social and official discrimination though a large amount of their stories were untold with the topic of their sexuality. Largely being sent are glossed over. But in the case of one of the earliest military commanders. Gender identity was at the forefront of their character in the year sixteen ninety three two warring tribes in the rainforest region of africa are for pitted against each other in a desperate bid to control their homeland. The age of civilization was a period where war with just beginning. The chuck tribe was locked in henry confrontation with their rivals. The murph oak of sastre nak over control over the northeastern afl our coastline. Neither of these tribes knew how to really find magic with in its infancy at the time so there were no warlocks. An air force made up a flying. Mount had yet to be put together as well. So the skirmishes that took place between the charges and the faster next on the beaches of afl are consisted mainly of jabbing spears at each other in a chaotic mess devoid of leadership until one side surrendered for the day. A lot of people were dying every day on both sides and this early war was going. Nowhere pretty fairest disaster neck. People heard a tone let their cousins of the tabar. Sore a tribe in kathura had mobilized themselves into an aquatic infantry. Thanks to a large part of their proximity to the kingdom of the ancient. So they sent a messenger to the tab. A serreze to request aid on seventh help arrived in sastre neck. The tab azzaro murph roque sent their best military strategists general fesser bar to whip pasternack troops into sheep murph oak info. Bella were not built with a human top half and fish bottom half like most depictions of them in literary fiction rather they were two legged bipedal and fabius folk with both fish and human dna. They spent most of their time in the water because they could only survive on land for short periods this caused murph oak to develop a general insecurity when around people who dwelt on the surface the always felt like visitors at never truly comfortable outside of the familiarity. They associated with their home. Faster bar was no different. They fought tooth and nail being sent to sastre neck knowing that their gender fluid identity would never be accepted first. Bars fears were justified within hours of meeting their cousin and hearing a bars preference for they them pronounced arising from a resistance to be labeled a mermaid or merman. Pasternak's were tremendously offended. That did not like they did not hide their disappointment and requested. That facet bar swim back to the tabora soros to request a quote unquote real hero to lead them into battle and sentenced and outraged at the discrimination from their own people. Fesser bar decided to swim back. Alright but not too tabah. Instead they swim to the coast controlled by their rival chaka tribe to offer their services the chocolate tribes dwarf chieftain. Dora deuce with also prejudiced toward festival bar but his desire to win. The war against the murph folk led him to welcome the foreign general on the shores. Anyway the chalker tribe lived in an area under the red winter mountains. Rich in minerals. They built their homes and other structures out of the most ubiquitous naturally occurring material and their region gold every hut temple and marketplace in the chaka tribe glittered s. warm rays of. The sun greased their gilded blocks. Which hawk o.'s. Very adept at mining taking to the practice like they were born to do it. Most of their ranks comprised of dwarves and goblins but they also had a healthy population of other land-based people like mentors humans and of chief door reduce was a dwarf who wish to have control over the coast so he could trade with neighboring tribes for the chalk ins were rich and gold but very poor when it came to basically anything else. This alliance is great for fesser bar as well for trade was a key part of the murph folk identity. They regularly exchanged aquatic goods with people on land. Aligning themselves with the chock ins prevented a rare win win. Scenario the only obstacle festive bar and dora. Dues had to get over was their own prejudice and commit to working as a team. Fester bars tenure with the chickens was not easy. The tribe was low on discipline morale and even food with their strict military drills shall we presence and shrewd for military strategy. Fesser bar slowly helped mold the chock ins into a military power house chief. Dora deuce plead of general offensive ours. Qualifications fresher bar had been fighting since they were seventeen and had been personal aide to king oshii. Ns of sora. There was no stronger military commander in all of abella. When i bar arrived at chaka there were opposed. The conditions tribal warriors had been fighting under at immediately set to work drilling them with strict techniques. They were strict drill master but they also socialized with the troops dining tribe at one fires for as long as they could before having to slide back into the ocean. Presser bar formed intense relationships with the talk ins as a days wore on. They taught the army more efficient fighting techniques and helped instill the discipline. They so sorely needed. The murder person drill master quickly became one of chief. Dora diseases most trusted advisers. Presser bar remained in chaka long enough to see them win. The war against us astern axe. Their victory was all the doing of the military tutelage thus far returned to sora with a trade agreement between themselves and a renamed chaka for following their decisive win. The chaka's decided to name their budding nation. After their chief and dorado as it was called passed into legend as eldorado the.
"serreze" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"If you don't exercise intentional care for yourself you will be absolutely no good to anyone else on this show jamie and i are interested in the details of self care both and tangibly. What exactly can you do on a regular basis to build your own emotional bank account so that you have plenty leftover to give to others with that on with the show Jaime lerner how fun to have you once again on the next chapter with charlie. Welcome to be here. Thank you for inviting me again again. You know jamie the last time we did a podcast together. It was show number sixty and today we are recording. Show number one. Eighty three now was just over three years ago in january two thousand eighteen. How my goodness it's great to be back. Well it's great to have you back. I had such a fun time last time. And so i'm i'm looking forward to it. I've got. I have to tell you. And i and i want everybody to know that three years ago jamie. You gave me some personal advice. I don't know if he gave it to me personally. Or if it was done on the on over on the air but you told me we were talking about my difficult childhood and you told me to quit looking through the eyes of a child and look at my childhood through the eyes of an adult and you know that sticks with me today. And anytime i i think about that i think through the eyes of an adult and i think about that situation entirely differently because of you for folklore. Nice sometimes to have a different perspective. Oh well yeah and it's nice. Sometimes they have somebody that can offer you that perspective so before we immerse ourselves in our topic. Today as i was reading a bit. I would love to hear you speak on a couple of things that you that you wrote on your website and i'd like to know what you mean by two things one. You are a pleasure junkie. I love that. And secondly you're and what you're calling your third life. You're too young for a third life. So i'm very curious would those are all about. I spent a lot of time doing things that give me pleasure. Bad is in many ways. I think that that's really looked down upon in society that if we are to indulge ourselves and do things that please However i gravitate towards things that really connect me and bring me a lot of joy and my life is about that connection with my fault also pleasure and then of course to all and it's interesting because i think that wearing. We nurture and nourish herself in the connection that were having and then recreating with ourselves that we become so filled up that we just fell over into an onto everyone around us in a really lovely way bowl. I like to think of myself as the living breathing. Example off all that is possible when we are really Other no relaxing into healthcare finding pleasure and Sharing ourselves in a way. That's bob utah. I so agree with you. And i'm i'm sort of into pleasure. I read so much of the stoic. Mark serreze in seneca the younger but i i noticed seneca coding epa occurs. And so i read epa kuras. And you know. Unfortunately his epa corey and philosophy has been bastardized into some kind of drinking. And what do you call those things so sexual thing or jeez yes. What do you call those things shows shows. You know where i live. But that is not that has a representative occurs at all epa curse was in sort of sat cloth but he was all about life is to be enjoyed. Life is is a pleasurable experience. I really resonate with that. I think you're right that when you live a pleasurable life you'll live an attractive life. I like that the way you put that so talk about attractive lives what the heck is a third life while. I'm probably on my life by now. But i had my Children very young. I had my profession very young. I have grandchildren no way. Oh yes i have. Four grandchildren four beautiful grandchildren. And the most wonderful thing that i was there and assisted in each and every one of the birth which was amazing. Like a separate flights in itself. But i think that we are in reinventing ourselves over and over and over again and especially when i think that we have the ability to just continue to evolve and fifth reinvent herself though i think i will probably have nine live by the time on dong which are wonderful certainly identify but you know what really rouses my curiosity and that is because i female leadership female wisdom is very important to me that the divine feminine is a very important aspect and so i'm just curious. Why do you think that women would have maybe more opportunity or more likelihood to reinvent themselves. 'cause i think we hassle back why i think that women The tape on so many different roles and we wear so many different hats that becomes a part of who we are. I think fat especially now. Women have much greater opportunity to do just that the continue to reinvent themselves but a lot of it is because they need to. I'm going off of chart here. What is reinventing yourself. Look like because. I wrote a book twenty five years ago. That was ahead of its time. It was called Getting the right things right personal strategies for reinventing the life you want and that was long before anything was written on reinventing so i have my ideas about reinvention. But i'm i'm curious. What are yours all what's happening now. You know women or and probably men to are out of the workplace and in their homes and there are teachers needing to become teachers and literally for children in learning every day with remote learning. I mean we. Women are masters at adapting to whatever is needed..
"serreze" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Watch anything black and white. I just can't do it at a personal thing. Different strokes different folks but it is really like the way the us a black-and-white going into the color like a pass in the modern day like mirroring. The poses in the flashback to the modern day info color. That's really cool. Like i really love the way they do this. Because there's a lot of like at the end of the flashback. The comic is reaching out to his wife and then the next panel is showing the joker reaching his hand out to a laughing clown machine granted. It does something dumb. You put a penny in. I know not all this year But the thing that i got the thing creeped me out in this panel when you see her smile because he tells her a joke which i'm going to read the joke where he says. I just want money to get set up in a decent neighborhood. Derek girls on the street who earn that in a week and without having to tell a single joke and then she starts laughing but her face just that laughed just is creepy to me. Oh no it is and the line honey. Don't worry not not about any of it. I still love you. You know job or no job. You're good in the sack and it just. It's an odd any know how to make me laugh. It's just a very odd little scene. But also one thing that i should mention. The joker narrating the story to us. So it's one of those questions like miniature where Can you trust narrator. Who's telling you the story. Oh god no not this one. The joker is definitely the textbook definition of an unreliable narrator. Who yeah. And i always took it as also like by her saying that to me. It feels very much like he's putting novels words in because women will say that but somebody is taking place in this timeframe. I feel like wouldn't have said that you don't get very men are always going to be more concerned about all. I'm good in bed. Even though i'm an asshole and beat my wife but i'm good and bad luck. Same manley toxic idea. That's how i that's how i took it the narrator your mind you exactly like this. Seems the jokers origin story like catered to his personal feelings and ideals and no he is in control of the narrative in the black and white here. We don't know exactly what's happening all knows what's being told to us in amick and you're right. It absolutely does seem like this is jokers words jokers tone and intonations in this story like he's trying to tell us what happened and wants us to believe and but it does seem a bit off and then jumped back. You're talking with the client on your back at the carnival and you have this weird guy who's trying to sell them the carnival and he gets a little rock like oil writing thing to show that it's still works for something. And then when he shakes his hand. He's like you need to worry. I'm not going to pay you a cent. We already persuaded your partner decide and then you see a couple panels as he walks away and you see that he drugged the guy. Some kind of chemical and the guy looks like the joke. Yep just give them the good old dose of joker toxin. It is a. It's a cre- pan over where they drew his face with a big smile. He's bleeding out of his mouth and everything just white new. Just it is creepy. Yup and it's great and he shows up later in the book the book just sitting there they never he never left him there and the nice thing is like i don't know which version you read. I read the one where. Brian oland to the coloring. The reds version are the authors The extra story at the end it will talk about and you can see that. As time progresses starts to look a little worse like you so why be can tell starting to get a little roddy. Oh i didn't look at that why we're talking. That's the color color changes subtly like to show. Yeah he's he's definitely dead. Man just left him out there to start going the way that about it would go. It is another story jumped back to batman because he has a choker card in the backing. Put the joker card down next to a portrait. Which to me is kind of odd. Because it has batman bat mite dick grayson robin back girl in her ridge original costume fat dog and then bat woman but not the woman that is in the comics later thrill i note silver age golden age. But just weird to me. I thought it was fun in a nice way to kind of honor. The history of what's come then you pull back after he puts a car down any see that okay. There's big taran serreze. There's two faces big old coin and he's at the computer and just the screen is filled with joker in the nation's science jokes throughout the years which is cool yet. I mean this story is really weirdly meta like it. Acknowledges that joker has had many different looks throughout the years of different artists have done them as personality changes he gets more manic and they've they kind kinda acknowledged all of that. Yeah interest in the little in the background and then department. Alfred brings his tea or his refreshments. And he's like an even says. How can people hate hate. How can people hate so much without knowing each other because they don't know anything about the joker gets it's also interesting center does it. No you know that any either. And i think it's funny that they show the coin there because when you stop and think about it joker really kinda are two sides of the same coin hundred like i feel like. That's the story does immensely. It shows how similar the two are. I do like it. And then when it cuts back to gordon cutting out newspaper clippings this part you know. I should say spoilers for killing joke. Nineteen eighty eight and we're going to get a little talking about sexual abuse and things. I'm assuming we're may go there so this can give a quick warning out that i forgot to mention at the top of this episode so because we might go there just in case it gets. It's this is really this. This is a tough scene. Where he's cutting out the clippings he's talking with barbara. She's you know librarian. I guess they re. They mentioned that and she the door. The doorbell rings so she goes to the door and when the clip an issue going door shortly clipping cut putting the viner and it has the bat. It's a scene from batman one when they first ran into each other as as joker there and i thought that was cool. Got what what would they. How many years ago was that like because again. They're not to mention how long it's been. But i thought that was cool. But when he shows up at the door he pulls out of his that are magnum revolver a revolver of some kind of not a guy. I'm not either but he and again his costume. He's wearing a hawaiian shirt with a camera around his neck. Just like they were they were. They draw her face and she sees joker. You can see the tear in the drawing before he shoots her right in like what the torso area support teluk area. Okay you're right more pelvic. Yeah like low on the spine shot. Basically and it's just four panels her getting shot falling back into the coffee table crashing through the table leading out on the floor grimacing in pain. It's fucking it's harder read. There's just so much that you see happen here. And an union. Gordon does he rushes to his daughter not to try to deal with. You know the people in the room like you need to deal with before but again the fatherhood kicks in in. That is also that is also powerful on jokers line. Please don't worry. It's a psychological complaints common amongst ex librarians. You see she thinks she's a coffee table edition like this fucked up keeps talking about about how no the spine appears speed janisch hole in the jack in any has the guy the two other henchmen with them to beat should have gordon while he just drinking liquor could just very calm enjoying himself and then the goons take gorden and bringing somewhere. They know where to take them. We don't all we know is that he's going somewhere and he is going to be topping. The bill so jokers on the plan for gordon and.
"serreze" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"It's pretty friendly is now. You mentioned getting spent barrels on that. That was one question i had. Have you done a lot with wine. Barrels wine inspired beers. I have done some not enough. Were a little strapped for space here. So you know looking at my for. I think i've got about total of eight barrels some bourbon. Some serreze pinot some. I think is verster mentor. And i would love to have a bigger space for all that but just being able to get the barrel like moments after it's been emptied or steamed or whatever it's not sitting around i can get it in phila- can time either. My brew day are transferred to get that barrel when it's just emptied sure. What's those different barrels. I'm very curious the the pinot the sarah. The verse demeanor. What kind of beers are you putting in liquidity. Putting in there. Yeah so the bourbon. Ones are pretty predictable. We've got pastry style. We've got imperial stout porter the other ones. We've got a got a cherry sour. You know like a creek style beer. You've got a friend. I've had since my own roy days up in the sierra nevada mountains. One of the few montmorency cherry growers in california so we buy a couple hundred pounds of cherries from him. Throw him in a barrel mixed culture and some very pal work and what that go crazy. I've got some brett here and that's pretty much it right now. Lee sound like all of my favorite things. I miss brett to speaking saisons and things of days of yours missed. Everything was yeah. You're listening to the beer. Guy's radio show. We do need to take a break..