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"shari" Discussed on Buy Build Sell

Buy Build Sell

05:29 min | 5 d ago

"shari" Discussed on Buy Build Sell

"Then to be at a hand that over at some point as well and that was a growth. That was a shift for me to be able to all step back out of my role here because these needs someone to be fully invested. One hundred percent committed to these early. I was doing other stuff. That's a real mental shift and so it's a pretty big lessons in there but you can see that the payoff has been worth that That stretch as well. That's awesome so six hundred insurance actually what. What was the miserable night. It wasn't a multiple of eva divers. At how they worked it out. Owl's yes sir. On a a couple of different fronts. It was basically if the the business on on was looked at from a trajectory point of view and the growth trajectory had. Because we've been growing quite rapidly as well. We insist very consistent growth and realizing the goals that we've had along the way as well. So but now shari that is huge but also being show that you've got prophet so the prophet the prophet multiple. I was actually probably about ten times and the but then they sort of probably about So if they gonna do somewhere between ten and twenty times when they absorb it from them. That's good perspective for us. It's a great perspective but we also like there's a how much disclose a mono not now. But it certainly. It's a public company. Also it's all been absorbing there but pretty exciting to be able to take business from that is just an ide- to some way something that is worth that value to somebody down the track as well. I love the fact that you did it to solve a problem visa Damn well everybody else will essentially on. That's you know. That's the beauty.

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"shari" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

Wellness and Wanderlust

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"shari" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust

"I think that's something we sometimes we don't know. Am i hungry. Am i do. I need water. Am i board. Do i need a break. How can we really tune in and figure out if it's a hunger cue verses i need something emotionally or just something else in my life. Yeah well people easily first of all in our culture we don't really think about hunger and eating we don't associate the to. I mean obviously people think i'm hungry. I need to eat something but so many people do so much more than that without you know they eat. Because there's free samples at trader joe's or there's not any more from But you know or because they're at a party or because somebody put candy in the candy bowl. There's so many reasons that people eat. Now that were. They don't even think about whether they're hungry and advertising psycho. You know get a pizza and just call this number. And we don't think about hunger and then on top of that. I it sometimes is hard. Especially if that's been your orientational to just not associate. Eating and hunger is distinguishing between physical hunger. And what. I call head hunger. Which is when your brain's telling you eat something and for a lot of people that's hard. It's hard to distinguish but it really is. Hunger is a physical sensation. And maybe you. And i may experience it differently or not but you really need to get to know it and it's sort of like you have to urinate. Nobody has to tell you just know. It's a feeling right and so you go to the bathroom. Well hunger the same way but people just some people haven't experienced a long time and so they got what it feels like. It makes a lotta sense. Because i think we use food in so many different ways and in this country many of ice have access to food at any time that we think we might want it and so i think a lot of times. It really isn't that question it's just well. It's the time of day that i eat. Yup or you know this thing is happening in my life. I want celebrate. Or i am sad and i need to enjoy the pint of ice cream. Or what have you know even past that point of the physical discomfort because because it fills a wade supposedly you know for something that we feel that we

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Overcoming Emotional Eating and Ditching Diets With Shari Broder

Wellness and Wanderlust

02:28 min | 4 months ago

Overcoming Emotional Eating and Ditching Diets With Shari Broder

"I think that's something we sometimes we don't know. Am i hungry. Am i do. I need water. Am i board. Do i need a break. How can we really tune in and figure out if it's a hunger cue verses i need something emotionally or just something else in my life. Yeah well people easily first of all in our culture we don't really think about hunger and eating we don't associate the to. I mean obviously people think i'm hungry. I need to eat something but so many people do so much more than that without you know they eat. Because there's free samples at trader joe's or there's not any more from But you know or because they're at a party or because somebody put candy in the candy bowl. There's so many reasons that people eat. Now that were. They don't even think about whether they're hungry and advertising psycho. You know get a pizza and just call this number. And we don't think about hunger and then on top of that. I it sometimes is hard. Especially if that's been your orientational to just not associate. Eating and hunger is distinguishing between physical hunger. And what. I call head hunger. Which is when your brain's telling you eat something and for a lot of people that's hard. It's hard to distinguish but it really is. Hunger is a physical sensation. And maybe you. And i may experience it differently or not but you really need to get to know it and it's sort of like you have to urinate. Nobody has to tell you just know. It's a feeling right and so you go to the bathroom. Well hunger the same way but people just some people haven't experienced a long time and so they got what it feels like. It makes a lotta sense. Because i think we use food in so many different ways and in this country many of ice have access to food at any time that we think we might want it and so i think a lot of times. It really isn't that question it's just well. It's the time of day that i eat. Yup or you know this thing is happening in my life. I want celebrate. Or i am sad and i need to enjoy the pint of ice cream. Or what have you know even past that point of the physical discomfort because because it fills a wade supposedly you know for something that we feel that we

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Welcome to the Wellness and Wanderlust Podcast

Wellness and Wanderlust

00:07 sec | 4 months ago

Welcome to the Wellness and Wanderlust Podcast

"Welcome to the wellness and wanderlust podcast. We're here to demystify wellness and help you out a little adventure to your life

Shari Aaron Examines the Use of Voice Assistants as Research Tools

VOICE Global 2021

02:39 min | 4 months ago

Shari Aaron Examines the Use of Voice Assistants as Research Tools

"So we realized that we could deploy these voice survey experiences actually through the alexa or google home devices which live in people's personal spaces and in their personal lives so that led us on a journey to better understand the impact of voice. Assistance and voice technology from many different viewpoints. That helped us really transform the way we think about research and the way we conduct research and so what we realized that we need to conduct research in voice in ways that really match the situation so we can conduct research on how people use their voice devices. And we'll get into that in a moment. Betsy as we speak more about the work that we've done together but we can also deliver research on or through a voice device. Jerry you know. I know you. Did you know the research for us. Obviously we work together on a project and we tapped into help. People use their voice devices. But can i ask you to tell us how you use the voices to conduct that in the moment research because to me that was fascinating. Yeah so using. Voice is a really great way to capture in the moment reactions for example when somebody is sick it's virtually impossible to do research with them. They don't feel up to typing or texting or even speaking to someone on the phone they do however feel quite comfortable in engaging in our survey experience through alexa google home in fact we successfully completed a pilot using alexa and google home to connect with people while they were homesick experiencing coffin cold symptoms. We delivered a survey experience and asked people how they were caring for themselves how they decided which treatments they would use simply by asking them to speak to their voice assistant. Since the first pilot and proof of concept we've solved many business issues using voice devices that capture that in the moment experience or in the moment behaviors and attitudes so. We've used it to unpack beauty routines on how women care for their skin. And it's great because we can see how they're actually doing their daily routines we call this solution. Connect live and it's worked well for understanding a range of of different types of things so food preparation and cooking decisions. It's a really great for that. Unboxing experience so when someone i opens a product they can livestream their unboxing experience. They can talk about how something looks how it smells. And they really talk about their experience. Not only a opening the product but then also of using the

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VOICE Global 2021

02:39 min | 4 months ago

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"So we realized that we could deploy these voice survey experiences actually through the alexa or google home devices which live in people's personal spaces and in their personal lives so that led us on a journey to better understand the impact of voice. Assistance and voice technology from many different viewpoints. That helped us really transform the way we think about research and the way we conduct research and so what we realized that we need to conduct research in voice in ways that really match the situation so we can conduct research on how people use their voice devices. And we'll get into that in a moment. Betsy as we speak more about the work that we've done together but we can also deliver research on or through a voice device. Jerry you know. I know you. Did you know the research for us. Obviously we work together on a project and we tapped into help. People use their voice devices. But can i ask you to tell us how you use the voices to conduct that in the moment research because to me that was fascinating. Yeah so using. Voice is a really great way to capture in the moment reactions for example when somebody is sick it's virtually impossible to do research with them. They don't feel up to typing or texting or even speaking to someone on the phone they do however feel quite comfortable in engaging in our survey experience through alexa google home in fact we successfully completed a pilot using alexa and google home to connect with people while they were homesick experiencing coffin cold symptoms. We delivered a survey experience and asked people how they were caring for themselves how they decided which treatments they would use simply by asking them to speak to their voice assistant. Since the first pilot and proof of concept we've solved many business issues using voice devices that capture that in the moment experience or in the moment behaviors and attitudes so. We've used it to unpack beauty routines on how women care for their skin. And it's great because we can see how they're actually doing their daily routines we call this solution. Connect live and it's worked well for understanding a range of of different types of things so food preparation and cooking decisions. It's a really great for that. Unboxing experience so when someone i opens a product they can livestream their unboxing experience. They can talk about how something looks how it smells. And they really talk about their experience. Not only a opening the product but then also of using the product

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"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

05:18 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"I probably did everything girlfriend. Did i know not girlfriend. Okay i got ya i you. That they gave me like depakote and they gave me asthma. It's like what are you people doing. And it wasn't until a valujet ticket ago girlfriend of mine convinced me and i. My life was on cloud nine for how i felt about it. I was living life on my terms and she said you that you should do this. Coaching thing and i was like half done everything. I don't want to do anything else. I don't have the money. What's right and she goes and she goes. Look i'd help you. She goes but if you don't have any skin in the game you're not gonna take it seriously so that was good advice. Finally i said okay. I'm gonna do it. Okay and i did it into it changed my life and it was when i decided that i was going to do these things that i now do. Because had somebody done that for me. When i was seventeen and homeless okay i could save myself years and years and years of suffering. Had i done something like that. At thirty four. I went into become an attic. Had i mean i can. I can place it. Okay because coaching by somebody who is trained. Okay and.

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"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"It was this tension of begging god to remove this from her and at the same time trying to figure out why she couldn't just do better student. Yeah just gifted and chat trauma. So i i already know i'm not a doctor. Not licensed to diagnose people okay but you can you. Can you can be an expert in recognize yourself in anybody any day of the week. okay. I'm willing to bet you are so willing to bet it. So so but overachievers have a story in their brain. That tells them they're not enough and at some point and it can happen. Many times of pay but being a high achiever is in for not overachiever. Okay and the reason we become. Overachievers is because we're trying to prove our value in hitting the next mark and it starts as a child. Okay and that's where we get into trouble and so it's our expectations aren't met and we great limiting belief that we're not good enough and we go on and we usually sore and if you find somebody like what you've just sat on the outside. She has the perfect life a pay now. Even when i was going through my shit. I still had the people thought i was. I could do anything. People think she could do anything. Just look at our imp- liked probably can but it's gonna take me a long time. And i may suffer a lot through. It'd be willing to try. let well. that's what i should say. I'd be willing to figure it out right but the point is those of us who often looks so good on. The outside are tortured on the inside when you started to tell a story. I'm like he's gonna tell me she died. I mean i tried to commit suicide three different times and had i had a gun. I would not be here. But i was so afraid of not being successful in shooting myself. Nothing went my way right. That i was convinced. I'd end up this ruling myself. That i'd be the what i'd be that fraction of a percentage that so i never tried a gun because i knew and the same thing with hanging like the last time i was going to kill myself. I thought about hanging myself. 'cause i was like pills didn't work leading my wrist in work right. I was like this man tried to kill me over and over and over again. That didn't work right. I'm like what am i gonna do. I got this is not working and.

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"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"Don't share that i don't it came up for reason i don't wander up. It's not in the book. It's not you know what i'm i'm writing my second book and the last one was my skeletons. Have names and you said. How did i come up with and i have no freaking idea. I was literally walking. And i was like you know my frigging skeletons. Have names and it wasn't until i pulled him out night. I embrace them. That i could really heal and that really is the key to all of our shame. As we've gotta pull it out we've got to look at it. We've got to meet it where we are not where we were but where we are and when we do that we can do it with anything but i can hear i can hear why this is so important as your coaching. People particularly the quote unquote overachiever. Because again like it just happened to step into so much shit. My whole life but in october of two thousand sixteen so year before my own personal devastation. I worked with a girl a young woman thirty years old life on fire married student. Her whole life valedictorian captain of the cheerleading team. She was killing it. At work she was my counterpart. I was leading sales. She was leading client service and she stepped into a period Which started with some self doubt as she was setting expectations for herself. That were far greater than anybody else could set for her and she didn't know how to figure it out starting anxiety depression so she goes to the doctor. The doctor starts prescribing her all kinds of stupid medication. That's just further messing up her brain causing her doubt herself and she starts turning into candidates walking zombie half the time right and so that's not working clearly. And so then she goes to another doctor. And i bit my tongue in naming this this company or this place because it's very well known but she goes to this other very well known treatment center they do some like shock therapy on her brain to try and get it back. You know working well. Yeah it does and i. I walked then her go from at least just being medicated and not being able to do much which was bad but it was nothing like when she started going there and they told her that. Just keep doing this and eventually like this is going to basically shock you back to normal and and i'm overstating that but literally that's what it was like. Stop taking your medication. Just do this. And on a thursday afternoon She left the office at twelve thirty sitting a meeting with my southern. Yes she did. She went home that evening. Put a gun to her head and killed herself and this young girl had her whole life ahead of her. She was at the top of her game in what she was doing but one day she could have gone on to run a company or this country and what was even worse was months later. We left her office intact for the longest period of time. Because nobody wanted to like. We didn't know what to do right and her husband came and took some stuff. In one day. I went into her office and i was sitting there. Tearing up just thinking about what she went through. Because she and i had some deep conversations about her faith in god and even deal with us right yes so brutal and i remember reading some of her journal entries and she was..

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"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"Things happen to us external circumstances but how that works internally. Not because we're smarter or better. It just works different. And so i think so. Important to diagnose address things as they happen to be individuals versus blanketing. All this stuff. Which is something that you're illustrating so well like we just. We don't talk about that enough. It's just like oh something bad happened. Yep i get it. You're going to have to go through all these steps. I don't think that that works for everybody the same. I don't eat well. So i don't either and that's why I have really made it my mission to talk about what it's attack. You asked me why they're right. My book so I wrote my book. Because i felt like the crap i've experienced and been through both by choice and by chance. Okay also had a lot fabulous wonderful. Things that are people can't even imagine happening right so right now. We're just talking about the garbage. We're not talking about all the wonderful things. The fact that i wasn't supposed to get pregnant and i have three beautiful children that i had while taking the pill. Okay so we're not talking about the miracles that god has given me either pay. We're but we're talking about something very specific and I wrote the story. Because i really wanted people. That felt like their burden was so heavy and their shame was so thick because shame. That keeps us. Hurting your your. I wanted them to understand by illustrating that. I could do it. And it seemed like the trump it was like one thing after another after another after another for fifty years. You're talking about a day. And that i could still achieve wonderful things and i could still live a life beyond my wildest imagination and i'm just an ordinary gal right and and the fact that i have high q has nothing to do with it okay. That's a burden. It's not a blessing to burden the end and i.

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"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"Belief okay and i was treated very differently than my little sister and it was very noticeable by the time she was five and she's no longer living but when she at that two and a half years difference though even from an early age was a glaring to me and so i insisted and and at the age of nine though. My parents finally sent me psychologists because they wanted to find out what was wrong with me and the long and the short of it is I i have a very high. I q i won't share it It's over a hundred and thirty under a hundred and eighty okay. I'm not freaking alon moscow. Einstein i wish or okay but but i fall into the everyday genius category having an iq over one hundred hundred. And that's why my brain goes so fast and that's also why i focus on overachievers and gifted adults because we do differently. Behave differently in the world. Were often misdiagnosed with adhd borderline personality disorder. Autism spectrum. Were often misdiagnosed and so it really does take somebody who knows who does specialize a net to really be able to help and I digress so i i can go down the rabbit holes. Okay remember. i told you. It's good. That i have a concussion. So you're watching this crazy brain and motion as i as i go through these. I'm tracking point be. Yeah so the point being as the doctor came back and he said look it's she's not the problem she's going to be challenging because she needs more information. I've always in Insatiably curious i research and read. All what I i like opposing views because it challenges me and and i love a good debate so needless to say at the age of fifty some years later my mom sat down and said there's a chance your dad's not your dad so they both knew that there was a chance and i.

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"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast

"So when my middle son was five. Neo-nazi had driven down from washington and decided to get off and get gas in granada hills california and he saw a jewish community center on the signing. He thought he'd go kill the next generation of jews and my kids were there so i was the first civilian on scene and son covered in blood so he lived. Okay my my my kids are alive and people sit. Yeah but their lives. There's no trauma now remember. This was nineteen ninety nine. It was august ten ninety nine. Okay we knew nothing about trauma like we do today. Okay so none of us were treated. While i that turned into the worst. P. t. s. tailspin of my life took me into addiction. It took me into horrible behavior of pay and my kids were.

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"shari" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Will explain them. my site. I've got a personal site. It's sherry ann. Moss dot com. There's some information there. I'm in the midst of changing. It needs to be updated in little busy with the book But you can also which me there but for sure. Check it out on him. Said there's a few other places for it but it's amazon worldwide. So that would be the best. I think and i love to hear from people i go back to people right away I'm unlinked in again sherry mosque. So if if i'm launching something new. I'm playing with the title but it's a it's a place online for us to you can either talk or participate or just. Listen if we're going to be sharing their stories right fantastic and then anyone listening. You can also off the linked to Sherry the website which is Www dot share sharing moss dot com. Yes sherry an lost sharia and mazda trying to read it. Yeah excellent so you can click on the lincoln show lights. Excellent updated soon. It was really nice to talk to you. Dave thanks for sharing. Yeah great conversation. I had to view always like to inspire my listeners. With soy's oculus as well and a few gassman different backgrounds and done many different things and really really great having a show so thanks for coming in talks owners today on the show nestle for this episode. Thanks for listening and remember if you want to support what we do then. Sheer subscribe and the review over on apple. Podcasts or head over to my website dave palmer dot com and click on rate show. What are some of the now the eu the next episode all the day parma. Chauve follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's..

"shari" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"It's a story that really needs to be told today again. It's you know a young boy who gets kind of lost and caught up with another one. That's doing very bad things which you know in his heart that he just. That's not who he is but he just he's got all his terrible life stuff going on so he's just very confused and You know in so. There's somebody else that he crossed his pass with at together. Something terrible happens to the other person because of this young boy in together they they work together and it's it's a it's just a fantastic story speaks to my heart on on so many levels. I'm hoping that when when things get back to some semblance of normality we can really move forward. It's called children of the fire. And i'm kind of excited about it now. When that's really great it was really great stuff Say coming from the beginnings of I always say humble beginnings but obviously you know poor poor backgrounds and say this now it's really inspiring So yeah what message would you give out to anyone out there. And that's inspired him to move forward area very simply always always believe that you have the power and the strength but mostly the resilience is long at you understand being true to yourself being a good person. There's so many people that will try to hold you back and put you down. Don't let them always be true to who you know you are yourself. You can be judged Instantly for things that don't make sense and and you can be held back from things that you know you want to pursue. Just keep going one foot in front of the other candidates. Greg is correct. So where can we find you. Poke for the right kind of love and other work you've done as well as royster in the movies and everything else and what website can go to well. If you you can find a book on amazon. I just approved the audio file. The audio book. Already there in paperback and hard covering kindle. I will tell you. In the first week. It became an international number one bestseller on amazon right. Yes we've been really. You know reaching out to so many people in the feedback. I have is wonderful reviews. There's some reviews that will explain them. my site. I've got a personal site. It's sherry ann. Moss dot com. There's some information there. I'm in the midst of changing..

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"shari" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"shari" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"It may help me deal in the book. Describe a relationship with neither wilma and her husband. Who became for if figures in your life. So tell us about that. Relationship and voice told you bell friendships. Well it's it's You know it was funny at the beginning. Because i had come from moving around constantly every year and not really having home Or friends that you build up through your you know early years formative years and by the time we had moved into this beautiful. We were very successful. Had the two kids we we got into the fine neighborhood and she was my neighbor That we happen to meet on the driveway and she was the exact opposite. She'd lived on the same street all her life. Appearance house was just down the road and she always lived in the fine neighborhood in the big fine house and had all these fine. I use the word fine. Cuba's the loveliest most human person was ever going to meet. She was so beautiful. The inside and out we clicked so early. There was this wrought iron fence between our backyards. We would need. They're just like any moment. Of course would you know. Got better husbands and kids. But she gave me those things that i needed to learn that i never learned. I didn't have growing up. You know the way. She ran her household and and the way she carried herself. You know on the way she looked and for her side. You know living on the same street all your life do you that much you know. Have you experienced that much. Have you been through enough trials and tribulations out. How would you handle that if you were so. When things happened in her life she leaned on me for that strength. She marveled at how. I could go through what i did with my husband. Still keep getting up everyday moving forward. So yeah i mean. Did your husband before you got married. I mean machine dicing for a long time. We we actually worked together. We saw opening at the same time so literally. We worked together for a couple years. Yeah yeah so since he was slot in your early twenties or young teen awesome early twenties mid twenties. And you can understand We then went to work together for someone else. And then opener own distribution so and we're well living together so we were twenty four seven together It wasn't hard for us that we were both very very excited about what we were doing. Wow that's great well. it's well kosei is transition from of ceo trying to overcome your obstacles when you're younger or saying you know maybe you there's more to life can have an. Maybe you saw that in the relationship and then of what eventually became the marriage per like somebody shit. She used to work in a marriage. You have to work on it..

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Lets Make Program Evaluation Simpler With Chari Smith

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

02:14 min | 6 months ago

Lets Make Program Evaluation Simpler With Chari Smith

"Shari. Smith's believes evaluations should be accessible practical and usable. She founded evaluation into action located in portland oregon to help nonprofit professionals create realistic and meaningful program evaluation processes. She has taught several workshops helping nonprofit professionals understand the value and the use of program evaluation. She was the opening keynote speaker at the american evaluation association conference her book nonprofit program evaluation made simple. Get your data. Show your impact improve. Your programs provides step by step instruction on how to do program evaluation. Well shari. it's really nice to have you with us. Oh it's an honor to be here jong. Thank you so. I wonder if you would share with your listeners. How you found your way to an expertise in this particular field. Yeah it's an interesting story. i'll start with. I have my undergraduate degree in psychology. Which really helps with understanding human behavior and then. I got my master's in marketing. And i got deep into market research. Which allowed me to develop a technical expertise of creating quality surveys and conducting focus groups and so on when i moved to portland oregon in two thousand and one. I landed a job at education north west as a program evaluation associate and i absolutely fell in love with the field. I was surrounded by people who did program evaluation from different approaches. Different perspectives and i was an absolute sponge and took it all in. It was an exciting time. So i really just fell into the field and fell in love with it. What do you love about it shari. I love the aha moments that people. I love that when someone is gathering the data and they think it's going to be a boring arduous burdensome process and then i work with them and they go. This is really helpful. Like honestly the light bulb over their head or are they had those those moments of like out now. I know what to do because the data are telling me what's working and what's not working. And i no longer have to guess. This is

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"shari" Discussed on Stay-At-Home Son

Stay-At-Home Son

05:10 min | 7 months ago

"shari" Discussed on Stay-At-Home Son

"Welcome back stay at homeys to another episode of stay at home son. The podcast where. We don't know what we're doing but we are working on working on it. First and foremost. I want to say. I am so glad that you chose this episode to tune into it is with one of the most innovative inspirational people. That i know sherry. Houston i i met sherri as my commerce professor in my very first year of university i was blown away by some of the stories. She had over the course of her life she has been a healthcare kingpin. A social innovator social entrepreneur and a world traveler to name but a few of the things that she has done a time. That brad and i were able to learn from her. And i'm sure the same for you so if you've ever wanted to learn how to make a ton of money and then vanish into the woods without a trace sherry a pretty good role model for that so before we talk in. Here's a message from sponsors. This week sponsor is a female. A female is a web based platform that helps enable remote work environments by substituting your typical watercooler type talk with an online alternative. We're talking built in games professionally hosted lunch and learns and tons of other unique activities to promote health and wellness and employees while working online. So i actually got to hop on and try feel for myself with a few friends and we actually started getting new suggestions on what to do based on how my team like the last game in the last of that i had a really good time and personally what i think makes a female unique. Is that there really is something for every type of employees and this really goes a long way for encouraging everyone to get involved more active and promote the health and wellness culture in the company. Very relevant right now. I encourage everyone to check it out. That's a pheno a. F. i n. o. Give them google. Check it out. I can tell you it will be worth your while episode race. Stay at home said great..

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How to Break Up With A Friend - burst 10

Sex with Dr. Jess

01:02 min | 8 months ago

How to Break Up With A Friend - burst 10

"To be intentional. About the language that you do use to state the importance around what this is to state you know. I often say talk like be authentic and transparent and how this process has been for you so if it's been difficult and you've been kind of mulling over this for a couple of weeks or a couple of months it's okay to state that to allow the person to know. This wasn't a split decision. This isn't something that i just woke up today and wanted to throw you out. You know this is something that actually thought about. I was intentional about and being able to allow. that can also allow the other person's. I have a clean break right because oftentimes people want to come back and say but did you think about that. Have you thought about you know and so it just allows for that to happen that that's so helpful and it's really the opposite of cutoff culture which is so reactionary. This is thoughtful and

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Podcast Directories

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Podcast Directories

"Facebook group that I run for podcasters cold. The Australian podcast is collaborative. It's a group for new podcasters or people thinking about launching their shy right through to season podcasters. And it's a place for you to connect learn and share as you go along the journey so I'd love if you'd like to head over there and join it's cold these striding. Podcast is collaborative now onto today's episode. A list of all the podcasts directories. So when it comes to podcast directories. There's the obvious big four. There's apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcasts and stitch and these four the ones that you really do need to have your Shari's on but there's also a whole lot of other ones and I say this conversation. Come up in the facebook group where people do just put their shows onto the two or three. Oh four main ones and not putting it everywhere else such day. I'm going to run through a list and I will have links to them all in the shower nights and you can add your show that at the end of the day. It doesn't cost you anything. To put your podcast onto these directories so you may as well ask your show this so you can reach as many is as possible. Now before we get into the list you will find that a number of these directories pull the data from apple podcasts. So you may well find that you are already on there but you can also sign up and take ownership of the show on that directory if you WanNa get a little bit more details on the stats and things like that. One thing that you will need to sign up to all of these directories is your RSS Fade which you get in your hosting platform. And once you have that you can go to all of these different directories and sign up so that your podcast is shining. As I mentioned I will have shy nights for these episode. If you go to podcast. Va Dot Com and click on podcast in the menu. You'll be able to go to all of the episodes of podcasting tips and tricks. And you'll find the show notes for this episode. Where they will be links to all of these directories now. I'm not going to go into what offered on H. Of as I'm just going to run through the list. And then as you can find those links and and add your show there so here we go. There's a cost apple podcasts. And of course apple podcasts. We still hear people call it our chains but it is the same thing. People use it interchangeably Blueberry Bullhorn Kost folks Castro Daizo digital podcast. Google play music. Google play music is for. Us and Canada are only Google podcasts. Himalayan iheartradio listen arts overcast. Radio public radio DOT COM Pandora pocket costs poed Bain podcast addict. Podcast land put costs Republic Poe chaser pornograph- plex play. Fm spotify stitcher and tune. In so there is a list of thirty one directories that you should be adding your podcast. You just so you can get as much reach as possible. And I'm sure there's some other places that you can add them as well so please feel free to reach out to me. If there are any directories I have missed off this list and I will. Short added into the show nights as I mentioned earlier all of the links are on the shy nights page for these because I know I run through them very very quickly. And it's a super short episode today but if yet you can find all of those links and if you're unsure how to actually get your show onto the is do a google search and that the though usually find

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Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

The Topical

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

"Some big news for the US today. The small private equity firm prospect capital partners has officially closed the deal and purchasing the United States of America. Which as we've reported has been struggling financially in the last few months the private equity firm purchased all fifty states Washington DC five major territories and various minor islands in the acquisition for an undisclosed sum. But what does this mean for? Americans like you and me for more. I'm joined by. Opr financial correspondent. Marcy Hammond Good Morning. Marcy High Leslie. Can you tell us about the country's new owners and what we can expect from them? Prospect capital partners has investments in a broad array of industries. Their portfolio includes everything from discount. Furniture stores to niche lifestyle magazines even funeral home chains and designer dog breeding services. Oh yes. I've gotten several of my teacup Pomeranian from their property. Puppy lucks but why. The United States of America to their portfolio. Well since it was already swamped in twenty three dollars worth of debt. Experts say that. Pcp was able to pay pennies on the dollar for the nation which has been renamed the United Fifty Corporation. Here's what the new. Ceo of the country. Herbert Lindgren had to say about the acquisition. We see a lot of great potential in the country in its assets water real estate energy agriculture etc as the biggest player in our portfolio united fifty is in an ideal position to capitalize on this dynamic. And I'm really excited to expand its reach. There'll be some small changes and focusing country reorganization but for the most part. We're just going to let the brand continued to create great products while supporting it. Well that sounds promising. What small changes have been implemented so far several? Lindemann is made swift moves to eliminate many inefficiencies for instance congressional representatives per state or teams as they're now called Heaven pared-down according to stay. Gdp luster running the numbers. We just move as a necessary step. Texas by itself had thirty six house representatives and dozens upon dozens of mayors but streamline the corporate structure and now the half to supervisors and a nature representatives will be based out of United Fifties. La Office and it wasn't just Texas that had inefficiencies in fact the United Fifty C. Suite identified positions states all over the country. That were found to be redundant. People in such positions were immediately removed from the country and escorted into the ocean by security. Well I guess no one ever really needed to senators anyway but martial arts some of these government positions essential to functioning United States. I mean United Fifty yes and departments are scrambling to adjust. Fill the holes while some citizens are saying that quality is definitely gone down due to the chaos however Lindemann says these stumbling blocks are nothing more than growing pains for the country. Contrary to what you've heard local officials were not laid off offered transfers to existing openings and other cities that were contract-based without benefits. We don't plan to cut our way to growth but life is about constant change. The good news is already seeing signs that we're well on our way to hitting our Q. Revenue Goals. I WANNA thank those. We've sadly seemly for their service. United Fifty and the Management Team. Here promises that we will do everything. We can to make the transition into their next chapter as easy as possible juice. These are a lot of changes. Did they know it's a Friday? Pull this shit right before the weekend. That's unfortunate I wonder. What's the new leadership goal and all this? I was wondering that myself to figure that out. I spoke to John pfeiffer professor of economics at Harvard University and an expert on private equity firms who gave me some insight into United Fifties Possible Future. Private equity was to see quick return on investment to do that. You cut costs and exploit resources to shore up earnings then. The company either sells it at a profit or if it fails to be competitive in its newly diminished form. They squeeze it into bankruptcy. I THE INVESTORS. Keep THE CASH. No matter what though. Personally I wouldn't be surprised if they offloaded the entire underperforming Midwest division to be honest now when asked to comment on the possibility of that Lindemann denied any such sale was an option. The midwest a strong acid with many natural resources and agricultural and manufacturing properties and we definitely don't see ourselves letting go of such a commodity anytime soon but we're also happy to hear out any bids that may come our way in the near future but according to a source. I spoke with inside the company country. United Fifty might already be in talks to break up the Midwest and sell it Shari Marci. I'm going to have to stop you right there. We've just received a memo from up top saying that we should stick to reporting on. What does it say here Anything else okay. Great back with something completely different right after.

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A Moment in Time, with Shari Belafonte

B&H Photography Podcast

11:27 min | 1 year ago

A Moment in Time, with Shari Belafonte

"Today. We're GONNA be talking sheriff about photography. So let's get into it Sherry. Welcome to our show. It's so great having Jose here so you have grown up around cameras now as a little kid all my life cameras aimed at you most again. Your Dad was Trenton Center. He was big deal. Back in the fifties sixties seventies. He broke down a lot of walls. Again everybody's familiar with his music and his acting and everything else. So you're smiling laughing about so. I was very hyperactive. Attention deficit as a child. I still lamb a little curtail with certain things now making native American blood you know wearing a bright orange camp right now you WanNa talk about it. Yeah Orange there you go. There's fast on. Go ahead I'm sorry. My Grandmother gave me my first Brownie camera. Now that's how far back I with the fan flash that you put the light bulb shit so I had that one. I was four years old. How many megapixel was and you would get this little tiny roll of film that you would put inside that Yummy and That was my first foray into being behind the camera and then instamatic semantic when I was I think I had a funny little polaroid camera that we had them all And my first legitimate camera was a pentax when I was eleven years old. Okay I was in boarding school by Matic or h three the it was. You know I can't remember I just. It was a thirty five millimeter Pentax Camera. That was dad's I know. Dad had a SPA top. Any passed it down to me so my entire high school was spent in the dark room. I smell like smoke. That was really attractive. Smell coming out of the yellow fingernails sitting in the dark. You Know Rolling and Rolling Rolling Rolling and then you know praying that you could put it in the CAN. It would come out and it wasn't all crumpled and you know so. Yeah I spent a good part of my earlier years behind the camera. And then of course like you said being Harry's daughter you know when we when he was on tour somewhere and there's Paparazzi or people taking pictures of us all the time and then Harry took pictures of us all the time that we never saw and it was the biggest joke because he was he always got get over there. Get OVER THERE. Get over there. Stop Stop Standards There. Hundreds and hundreds of pictures that were taken by. Harry and we've never seen a single one single. And why do you think that's the case? He just too busy to Kinda know if he ever developed and I don't know if there was even filmed the camera I think he had these Lycos and he just you know he just kept shooting once in a while. We saw him because he would. When he was a touring he would have these The program with this and it was always the big color program that would come with new. Buy A ticket and there would be pictures of us you know in there and we go to dad. Shoot that picture around. The house was photography kind of a respected medium. Was it an art to be an art. He did have a darkroom which he never went into. He just had it in the back next his recording studio but he did use a recording studio. Did use the recording. But Yeah we always have been shutterbugs. I think the whole definitely me more so than I think my siblings but Harry was definitely behind the camera. He was into like us us a very like a like like like scandal. And what about the Paparazzi and stuff? Maybe it wasn't. I can't even say that it wasn't like it is now because Paparazzi but was it A pain in the bud. Was it something that you guys so I was so used to? You know because what happened is my hair Harry. In Marguerite. My mom was marguerite. She passed away a few years go but they divorced. When I was very young actually separated woman was pregnant with me so there was always that kind of people trying to take pictures of that that was going on but there was a little more of a sense of decency for lack of better words with authorizing I mean. Now it's like Oh goes the there were lines. That were not crossed back then. I mean chances and stuff like that and they they definitely probably got onto your skin right probably worse today and usually think it was more of a magazine would come in. Ebony magazine would come in and say you know. Can we shoot you at home or and you know there was a story that was behind it and maybe the attorneys would go yet. It's good idea. Let's let's push that you know. Yeah we've always been around cameras for yourself. It's often family. What kind of things interested you would sort of you know? In the days I was in boarding school in Massachusetts so I I've always been a fan of black and white. I never learned how to process color and of course slides for the first things. You sort of learned. I never learned how to process but I was always into the dynamic of black and white so with the snow in Massachusetts. There was always the lights and shadows and you can stream you know falling through the ice no save. The camera saved the camera. Shot landscapes mostly landscapes. And then I shot everything and then as I got older and could start a fording stuff. I actually stopped shooting for a while and then when Sam. I got married thirty five years ago. Sam gave me my first Yoeskamnoer. I had by then already onto Canon cameras. But you know hey a one and the that great but then Sam gave me my first Kammer after maybe not shooting for ten years and we went on our honeymoon to Italy and I just shot like crazy like bags and bags film was carrying at the time. Kodak made what was called recording fill in the recording. Four seventy five four and as soon as you develop it would turn into a corkscrew that you can never hold flat that I didn't know because by then I wasn't processing okay but Three hundred you could you. Could you could set the The whatever you wanted I mean you couldn't with any film but this was if you decided to shoot at or if you wanted to shoot one hundred thirty two hundred or sixty four hundred. Just remember what you shot that at and you'd process it like if I shot four hundred three sixty I process it at four hundred by shoot at three sixty and I mean the detail was. It's crazy it's like mega pixels eight thousand and I just fell in love with that and then when Kodak stopped making it because they said well you know nobody's buying it because it was twelve dollars a roll and I know buying it. No please keep making and then shortly after you know film just kind of went by the wayside and now it's coming back. Is it coming back to us? Sales were up twenty percent last year. So you now actually have to try and find a film camera. I still actually have a rebel. Okay okay isn't it rebel? Originally rebels were killed. What was called the digital rebel? No megapixel but I did have for the Canon thirty and I was started shooting movies of Friends of mine. Who were directors said? Would you shoot stills movie and I remember get going into get a sound blimp made for my digital camera and the guys in you and Steven Spielberg's guy or the only people that have blimps for you. These eight thirty eight sixty. Whatever I add albertson blimp. Right Jacobsen Jacobsen recently closed down. There's no need for any other. No ex- exactly. I've got this this whole box downstairs in the garage is because like don't need the blimp. Next time lenses by the I worked on a movie as recently as Twenty fifteen and with a digital camera and they recorded a blimp ahead to go rent one. I mean even even that little clique. If you're onset now we have an issue thousand frames so that one was especially digital you shoot so fast. The first movie I did shoot I had asked me me. Leaders a friend of mine and she also is the executive producer and director of the morning. Show but at the time going back. You know fifteen twenty years. Whenever it was that I was shooting this I said to her. You know this is the first time shooting for a movie. What she's just keeps shooting shoot. Shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot so I did. I shot eight thousand seven hundred and seventy eight frames and thought okay. You know. I'm their mom. Put them all and give them. And then oh no we just need your best hundred. It took me like three weeks to go through every single one of those because I really looked like I was shooting movie. Everything was so slightly different. They know what would you take away from that experience? Really get an editor back to that five role mentality you know. They'll have a budget for three to five roles. And that's what you did shooting digital change anything when you when you shoot because obviously it did change a lot for a lot of people in this idea of shooting maybe too much or a lot or just the freedom they can give you. Some really changed a lot of people's now you know everything is it cyclical now. I've barely picked up my camera now. Also have a Sony seven hours and shooting with my Samsung Galaxy's the galaxy the first galaxy thing. I had a four note for one of the earlier. Ones the best pictures I've ever seen. I went on my God. Look at these pictures that I'm getting on my phone and now I have a lot of my family's mostly apple. Nothing you know not against apple but galaxies have much better pictures you know the Samsung just really has the better technology shooting with your phone and I know friends of mine even say your pictures are so much better than mine. Why is that slow data Samsung if Samsung only made and take get another phone? Get Your Samsung Stolz. But I still like I still like the weight of having a camera and shooting the cameras a different different animal. But now you know. There's a difference for photographers. I never was would call professional photography gallery shows and stuff but I'm not like Greg Gorman. Who was a friend of mine? I didn't shoot and I'm not making money like that as a photographer. And right now so many you can take so many pictures. I mean anybody can get good picture with their phone. You know you can. It's easier to get good pictures now than it used to be. You know you'd have to have a professional photographer do that. Well now I you know people take headshots their phones movies with your eyes. You can do anything. Us forces us to kind of rethink what I should be taking pictures of. And how many pictures should be taking reassessed kind of the nature of it and that's happening. I think you know this return to film. We're seeing people kind of wanting to slow back down a little bit trying to figure out what what's the basis of it. That's really what it is. It's it's a medium. It's like if you're an oil painter if you're into acrylics or if you're doing you know pencil drawings if you're into sculpture it's a it's all worthy it's just a matter of what your taste isn't what it is that you're shooting at that

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Vimalakirti Sutra 2020 - Talk 8

Everyday Zen Podcast

09:46 min | 1 year ago

Vimalakirti Sutra 2020 - Talk 8

"Hi. Everybody am here in my house recording. Because I wanted to have a complete set of my own recordings on the Villa Sutra. I was gone the last several weeks of the seminar and Jeff. Bicknell took over for me and his recordings are available. But I wanted to have a set of my own as well so I'm GonNa Talk And share about chapters ten through the end of the Sutra. And I'm going to start here with chapter ten. The FEAST BROUGHT BY EMANATED INCARNATION. And this begins right after this silence of insecurity when he is the last to respond to the meaning of. Non Duality response by keeping silence. And so after that profound response Shari Putra at the beginning of this chapter says. I'm worried about all these buddy sought because it's noon almost and when are they going to eat and and Bill Acuity says to Shari. Put your boy. We're talking about these ultimate thing. So why are you worried about eating? Anyway I'm going to show you now an amazing meal far beyond anything you've ever seen so he enters into a concentration and enables. The disciples gathered at his house to see a universe called. Sarah Gonda Uganda. Which is located. Man has many butterfield's beyond where they are as there are sans in the forty two Ganges rivers so if there were forty two Ganges and each one had innumerable sand. That's how far away this universe is and that's how many Buddha fields are in this universe and they're the Taga named Sugandha Kuta resides and lives in that universe. It is so lofty and the aspiration is so high that nobody even heard of a disciple or a show project. Buddha Solitary Buddha there are no lesser pass only ultimate Mahayana Path exists there and in that universe all the houses all the avenues. All the parks. All the palaces are made a fragrance. They're made of perfumes and the food eaten by those bodies office is perfume. And they're they are now sitting down to eat their perfume fragrance. Food and the body side of his disciples Curtis House can see them doing this. So says to the gathering Would you like to go there and partake of that food but Mon- JUDICIARY Creates Supernatural Power to rob them of any desire to go there to eat food so nobody says they? WanNa go so then. We'll acuity without rising from his couch magically emanates an incarnation buddy southbound sort of magical being a golden colored adorned with US officials signs and marks shining throughout the assembly and. He says to that incarnation. But he's got to go in the direction of Zenith where that world is and whether all those Buddha fields and when you get there find the Buddha there ciganda Kuta he'll be eating and bought him and tell him that asks after his health and that has a request. Would you mind giving us whatever's leftover from your meal so that we can feed it to the people here in this world? So the incarnation body. Sophos says okay. I'll do it. And he looks up and immediately disappears and appears in other universe and makes the requests and the buddy sauces there. He e the request is specifically as we want this food to inspire people with lesser aspirations in the world to have greater aspirations and so all the buddies say well what what does that mean less lesser aspirations. We can't even imagine any less her aspirations and then the Buddha there ciganda Kuta says to them well. They have lesser aspirations because they live in a more corrupt world than ours. Our world is so pure. Of course we have high aspirations but there there's corruption there so they need. They're struggling to get out of the difficulty of their world so their aspirations initially are quite low but vimla courtesy. Listen that world. Nevertheless he has these inconceivable aspirations and he's wants to inspire the body Saunas so the buddy scientists say wow he must be something that if he can create a magical creature like this and live in that world and so the Buddha there said yes he is great and and he really is working for all living beings in all fields so he granted the request. He poured some of his food impregnated with all the perfumes into a fragrant vessel. And he gave it to the incarnation buddy saga and and at that time. Ninety Million Buddy Saunas in that beautiful universe said we'll go along to when he delivers the food. We would like to go to. Let's let's let us go so that we can honor the Buddha shock your money in that Saha World and honor this great visual acuity and see the Buddy Saad there so and the target That other Buddha out of the realm sugandha Kuta says well. If you think that that's a good idea go ahead. But less those living beings become matt an intoxicated. Go without your perfumes and less those living beings of the world become jealous of you. Change your body's and hide your beauty and don't think of any ideas of contempt and aversion for that very imperfect universe. Why Noble Sons? Buddha field is a field of pure space but the Lord Buddha Lord Buddhists in order to develop living beings. Do not reveal all at once the pure realm of the Buddha. So He's giving instructions to these super purified beings how to behave themselves in this less than purified world so they disappeared from there and Boof Pity reappeared in house and since they were ninety million of them it caused them to produce. Ninety million. More lion thrones like the ones he had produced before and they all sat down. So then the incarnation buddy sought for gave the vessel full of food to them acuity and the fragrance from that food permeated the entire city of I- solly and further beyond that to one hundred universes but within the city of the brand's householders and even chubby chieftain Chandra Chandra Chandra Chandra noticing the fragrance. We're amazed and filled with wonder and cleansed in body and mind and came all at once to the House of Milwaukee along with all eighty four thousand of the population of the Chubby territories. And they all bowed. And they were all amazed then Acuity said to Shari Putra in. The great disciples their reverence. Eat of the food of the data. It is Ambrosia perfumed by the great compassion. That's the source of its beautiful fragrance. The great compassion. But do not fix your minds in narrow minded attitudes dualistic grasping attitudes. Because if you do you will not be able to receive this gift. So then they said but how can such a huge assembly here eat such a small quantity of food? And of course he said you know. There's nothing to worry about. Their this food will be plenty for everybody and of course the eight and there was plenty for everybody so then As always they had a bite to eat and they got to talking about Dharma and Maliki said to the office who came from none other room. How does the Taga Sugandha Kuta who lives in your realm? How does he teach Dharma and they said well? He doesn't teach by means of sound and language he teaches by means only a perfume at the foot of each perfume. Tree Sits Buddy Safa and the tree. The tree emits perfumes. Just like the perfume this food and they smell the perfume and they attain the concentration called source of all Buddy Siva virtues and then they attain all virtuous. That's how he does it

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Tickets On Sale for the Australian Podcasters Collaborative Event

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Tickets On Sale for the Australian Podcasters Collaborative Event

"Post production podcast devices. Now these episode is a little bit of a different one and I am just a little bit excited to announce tickets have gone on sale for these trillion. PODCAST is collaborative live event. Now this event came about. Because I'm sure if you've had any of my previous episodes you've heard me talk about the amazing podcasting community and groups that I have on facebook called the Australian podcasters collaborative it. It really is an engaging and fantastic community even if I am a little bias but I really wanted to put on an event to bring this community together so I have named. The Australian podcast is collaborative live event as an extension of the facebook group. But of course you don't need to be part of the facebook group to come along on Friday. The fourth fourth of September to the Novatell in Darling Harbour in Sydney. This is a strategy as newest podcasting event. And it's going to be amazing. It's packed schedule. That's going to help. Hide your podcasting skills. Royal Shy Len latest worldwide trends and network with a room full of other podcasters. The best part is you'll get to make these other. podcasts share your stories and become part of the Australian podcasting community and if you are part of any groups it's you realize that is really a lovely sort of community to be in. We have some fantastic bakers. Lond up on the day as well and they include food robot. Garish Kate Tune James Crystalline. Lorraine Murphy. Cherie Cloonan Ben. Imus tiny cosentino Daniel and Hassan rely and myself and we are going to be covering a really sort of broad range of topics including the audio quality building. A community using social media. Lessons learnt from behind the scenes of publishing thousands of episodes local and international trends. You need to know about podcasting sponsorships and monetization as I of your Shari repurposing video to help promote your podcast and we're also talking about nations. PODCAST says well there will also be lots lots of other tidbits on the day but I really just. This is a conference that is really for not necessarily aimed at people who are looking to launch a show. We're not going to have any topics on the day that locates specifically launching. But if you are thinking about launching a shy you will also get value from this. Sorry it is also aimed at the seasoned podcast. I if you're looking to grow your shy if you're looking to really meet some other. PODCASTERS does the Australian industry if you wanting to know those lightest trends and if you just wanting to be surrounded by like minded podcasters tickets for the event Two hundred ninety seven dollars inclusive of GST as an early bird right now. There are a limited number of early bird tickets and then then when they sell out we will move onto the general tickets which are three hundred ninety seven dollars inclusive of GST that is for one jam packed. Die Okay as I as you heard earlier of amazing speakers fantastic topics that will really cover. A broad range of skill sets and information formation. That most podcasters will be able to take from and go away and implement into

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Everything You Need to Know About Skincare with Dr. Shari Marchbein

Diet Starts Tomorrow

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Everything You Need to Know About Skincare with Dr. Shari Marchbein

"Today. We are joined by Dr After Sherry March behind. She's a board certified dermatologist who is an adult acne and cosmetic expert. She's also the clinical assistant professor of Dermatology at Nyu School of Medicine. And just all around amazing dermatologists. Welcome thank you so much for having me. They'd give her came recommended by like one hundred different people. Yeah that is the greatest compliment. Yeah very serious and I hear even Ashley who'd been on this. Podcast told us you cleared her skin. All right. Did you do that you you just like she. She had acne issues right in the young just cleared up before her wedding within like a second wind and like like I wish it were magic. It's honestly a lot of hard work on the behalf of the patient truthfully and a really good skin care routine that includes prescriptions. and Okay so everybody who who comes in Kinda gets their own individual. It's so obnoxious. I really write it down and so I have to make sure. My penmanship is very good. Because then I tell her to post it in their medicine cabinet so everybody gets their own own individuals individualized carotene based on like what their skin looks like what they need because people have different combinations of acne and Rosacea and all these other things so everybody everybody needs something different. There's no cookie cutter so that everybody gets their own skin. Carotene and most of the battle is whether they do it or not. I also have to say for the listeners. Can't see you do you have amazing yourself. No Way I'm looking at four on blemish. They are wanting nothing. Well see well does a body good it. But I'm talking about that but we got some of that. I have adult female. Acne which is why. I'm so passionate about treating it and I use like five different things today for it and so what I tell everybody. Is You know like when we were watching the Super Bowl and J. Lo and looking amazing. We're like wow we WANNA be fifty is that it doesn't just happen. It's hard work. It's the same thing with skin care you know. We can't expect that overnight. Our skin is going to look a certain way. These are things that take months and months and months and you have to keep up with it. It's like going to the gym or doing anything else. Where you you want sort of a long lasting durable result but we want to start so anyway I have acne and my goal is that nobody should ever know that you have acne when you're on the right routine so oh you're you're just for the for the audience you? I can't even describe the fact that you're saying that you have acne gives me so much. Hope I like now I can improve my skin. I always sort of feel like Oh. This is like what I got like our good. Now go if you can make strides from acting to what you look like incredible so tell us how you did it. Okay well I say I am not perfect. I am not blemish free and I don't know pours it. You're you're sitting at table length away from me and I have makeup Kabbah so we all have imperfections. We should not strive for perfection and I think everybody needs to put down the magnifying mirror. Okay so like stop staring at yourself so closely. It doesn't we're not filters right people and we have to. We all have imperfections and we need to like run with those acknowledged that but I don't think that anybody has to live with acne so adult female Agni's very hormonal so often treated with a combination of anti hormone pills like spiral lactone. which is a pill that you take every day? Birth control pills. It can be really helpful for it. And then I do a combination of cream so like retin-a which is anti aging and awesome reefer acne and makes your skin glow and build Collagen is kind of the backbone phone of like an acne routine but then so many of us have concerns about wrinkles and sunspots so treats that also kind of do things that overlap. What about like what? The a person eats diet is definitely speaking of Diet Diet started. Her Diet is important but when we actually look at an answer sort of breakdown the studies looking at Diet and acne there couple of foods that we know can contribute to it. There are some small studies that way protein. So like a protein shake contributes to clearing acne or to worsening. Okay yes so things that we know that can make it worse so if you avoid these might make it better way protein which is in like protein shakes protein powders can contribute contribute to acne. So I always talk to my patients. Especially if they've got like a lot of chest and back acne they might be doing taking protein shakes. So we're talking about that and eliminating that and and then dairy and carbs so the best the best and I don't tell people to go dairy for your car free 'cause they like you'd be miserable. I'd be miserable. I was Vegan Vegan for a day and I hated my life. I've let me Superman and by the way I'm a vegetarian for like twenty eight. Years of veganism was just way too hard for even a day. It's a long time. It's is in dance so dairy skim milk. We've got some good evidence for that if you're somebody who drinks skim milk you might wanna cut that out because I can contribute to making acne worse. But we don't have good evidence for other forms of milk and then for the CARBS. It's basically high sugar foods so foods breads basically like you know any high sugary cookies cakes. Things like that that would spike up your blood sugar quickly. He can actually cause Agni flares in some people so it might be good idea. Continue to sort of consider avoiding those as well interesting. I do recognize that like when I eat like Healthier Augusta carbs but like like whole-wheat type of of carbon fibre. Like my skin just clears up also drinking water but it completely clears but then it also has to do when I am on unpack the time of the month right. It's interesting that the the foods you're You're naming this morning. I was thinking about how just like I feel like I always have a a little bit of like a gut not not like comments like fat or anything. But it's more like I always feel like I have like it's always kind of sitting there like not like a clear I can't I can't describe it like the bottom of my stomach always feels a little bit full. Yeah and I realized that that's because that's like more when I eat more carbs and dairy at. That's what gives me that feeling Lodo malls that you're feeling like permanent. Just it feels like there's something in there all the time so it's interesting that those foods are the same that caused both of those things right. That may contribute. And somebody WHO's sensitive so it's not for everybody tell everybody hey stop. Stop Stop carbs but in somebody who maybe has a lot lot of those foods which is more of a sensitive skin sort of breakout alcohol can make them flair and breakout. So we know that there are certain triggers that you want to avoid and that can help but yeah for the most part like changing your diet. A load is going to clear your skin so as you said. You're on a certain part of your birth control pill. Many women flare like mid cycle when they obsolete later right before during or after their period. You may notice that that happens. Even if you're on birth control pill okay L. or if you're not an and that's just sort of like a cyclical flair that you

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How to Choose a Name For Your Podcast

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

06:05 min | 1 year ago

How to Choose a Name For Your Podcast

"This actually came up after a chat chat with somebody at a networking eventual workshop last week. And this person I was chatting to was really stuck on what to name their podcast and they really found this as a hurdle with even starting a podcast. So they knew they wanted to do on. And they're quite confident with the content that they would share but are really stuck on naming it and there were few things that we chatted about which really helped her and so it made me think it was good episode today and it might help view. If you're a little stuck on how to name your podcast now. There's a few different things that you can think about when you're naming it and there's a few different ways you can name aamot firstly. You could name after your name which there are plenty of podcasts out there that do that Sorry if your personal brand is your business then perhaps you will call it the your name show so for example one of my clients is Lauren Murphy. And her brand cheese brand anticipates no brand and sorry her show is called the Lorraine Murphy show. So you'll see a lot of people actually calling the shy your name podcast or the your name Shari sorry another way to name it. Is You know something obvious about the topic. Saw If we take my podcast example mine is all about podcasting and and sorry podcasting. Tips and tricks is very obvious what it is about by the tidal. It pretty much is what it says on the CAN. So that's another way that you can do it. You can think about humane topic or your main topics and you can name it after that. Now you can also name at something quirky which. I really love some podcasts with Quirky working night But I guess one thing you just want to be mindful of here. Is that if you do use a quirky name. Make sure you use a really good tagline. So that explains that's what the podcast is about so that you can come up in searches as well so that you sort of fed through some keywords into that tagline so that you can still. Toby found so. There's three ways that you can actually go about brainstorming. The name of your podcast. I do actually get us quite often. is how to check checking. That's already gone so a couple of places that I think is a good way to check. If that podcast name is gone is firstly to go. into some of the bigger podcast cost directories like apple podcasts. spotify and even just going into Google and typing in the name of the shark that you want to use so that will bring up any search results so google will usually bring up the search results for anything in Apple PODCASTS and spotify. That's named that but it's still worth going into the directories and having a look doc. Some people take that step. Further as well and going check business name directories and see if there is actually a business name with that because quite often a a business name where we tried marked. Sorry if you check that Business Name Directory Upfront. If it's something that is likely to be cold business name and that may be worth join because you don't want to start you podcast necessarily just to find that in a few weeks after you launch that someone comes and says that you can't use that name anymore now. Here's something that you should know if you're finding that you get stuck on actually launching your podcast. Starting your podcast. Because you can't work out the PODCAST CAS nine you can actually change it down the track now. Obviously I would say it would be great if you can work out that name upfront. But but if you re brand or something like that down the track then you can change. The name of your podcasting is actually quite an easy process. Some hosting providers. Actually ask you for a slug. When you're sitting up your Shari's I for example Lipson ask you to set up a slug? which is the word so some people will use the name of this shark Dr Others will sink a little bit bigger than the name of this show because if they want to change it down the track they can't change that would slug in Libson for example. So just be mindful when you're naming the slug of your show if you have to do that in your hosting setup that if you are thinking you're not one hundred percent sure on the ninth then maybe make it something that went down the track some hoist on the other hand provide like an ID number in the Ariza's feet or as the slug ugh. And therefore you don't even worry about that changing the name of your podcast when you're hosting on a provider that doesn't use the slug in the URL. Makes it very a easy. It's just a matter of going into the heist. Changing the name in the show settings and changing your cover art. Sorry that was really what I wanted to touch on today. This person isn't that always speaking to and a couple of people that are in the conversation were quite surprised to know. It's easy to change the name down the track and that always saying don't let that be the thing that stops you from getting your message out to the world so hopefully that has helped you. If you're stuck on your podcast nine. Look I know when I I was thinking about this Shari I really sort of bandied around. Lots of different nines in a really wasn't sure what to go within so sometimes just making that decision going ahead and stopping and then if it really doesn't resonate with you down the track you feel that you've pivoted you podcast. You can change it then so I guess the key takeaways there are sit down and brainstorm. How do you want to name your show? Do you want to name it after your name. If your personal brand do you want to name it the subject that you'll be covering or do you want to name it something quirky and give it a really smart tagline to make it obvious what it's about. What do the research and see if there is already a podcast with that name? And you can check google the podcast directories as well as business name. Directories check that but know that you can change it and don't let the name be. What stops you from starting your podcast because this is one of those things where you can just push through and just stop getting your message out there

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Robots That Kill

Why It Matters

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Robots That Kill

"A swarm of tiny ninety lethal drones. Right now drones guided remotely by humans but as technology is developing so is the ability to forego human guidance altogether whether the Pentagon billions of dollars to develop autonomous weapons. She took a one day killing their own. Natural countries come close to each yet creating gay tick the real thing. Space X C O is reportedly seeking the global ban on lethal autonomous weapons. I'm Gabrielle Sierra era and this is why it matters today grappling with the reality of killer robots so what is is a lethal autonomous weapon. Elise autonomous weapon is quite simply a weapon that makes own decisions about whom to kill on the battlefield. It'd it'd be a weapon that's designed by people built by people put into operation by people but once released concert over the battlefield for targets and then based on its programming can decide which target to attack all by itself without any further human involvement. This is Paul Shari. He's a senior fellow at the Center for or a new American security. He's also the author of Army of none autonomous weapons and the future of war. Paul served as an army ranger in both Afghanistan and Iraq. So what's the difference between that and a drone. We'll drones today which are widely used around the globe are largely remote controlled so there are people behind drones. People flying them people looking down the camera's people making decisions about releasing a missile and deciding eating who to kill with drones. Today the technology is taking us towards a place where with each generation of military robotics is more and more automation so much like we see with automobiles were each generation of cars has incrementally more autonomy features like intelligent cruise control automatic braking self parking. We're seeing the same thing with military robots that each generation has more autonomy automated. Take off and landing or maneuvering by itself. People are still in charge. TROJA weapons today but the technology is going to make it possible to hand over control to machines. There are so many good movies about this the Matrix X. mocking knocking on two thousand one a space odyssey that we tend to imagine the problem being machines that turn against their human creators. Yeah we're certainly talking about science fiction visions of robots building robots and watching them on their own. That's not in a cords anytime in the near future. So that's the good news at some level of human is always involved but really talking about is changing where the human is involved. But isn't the idea that your car helping you park itself or her jaren being able to make these decisions. Isn't it based on something that we're thinking of as progress. We'll certainly one argument for autonomous. Weapons is that just like self driving cars will someday reduce deaths on the roads and make roads safer. Maybe machines could do the same in war. Maybe maybe they could reduce accidents. That could better discriminate between civilians and combatants and they could reduce civilian harmon war The main argument is that the people don't always do a great job in war. People make mistakes. There are accidents people commit warcrimes and perhaps machines could do better so for example some decisions have a correct answer. Is this person in a combat environment holding a rifle in their hands or the holding break and we probably could someday build machines to do that more reliably than people. But of course. It isn't always that simple. Let's say we've decided this person's definitely holding a rifle. They could be friendly forces. There could be a civilian armed. WHO's protecting our land even if you've identified during the rate call to shoot them in this instance there might be situations where it's not very tactical it's going to expose as you to the enemy and so it's a bad idea? I served as an army ranger on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan did a number of tours overseas. And I think one of the things that I took away from that was just the messy -ness of combat the uncertainty of fog of war and I saw a lot of situations which is hard for me to imagine machine making the right call. I'll give you one example that stuck with me. There was an incident in Afghanistan where I was part of a reconnaissance unit up along the Pakistan border and we saw someone approaching us and we didn't know whether this person was a goat herder or an enemy combatant. That was coming to ambushes so I went to get a better I on him and try to discern what kind of situation where we're dealing with and I moved into position where I could see him and he couldn't see me and I saw him sitting on the edge of a cliff looking over the valley and could hear him talking talking but he didn't see who is talking to maybe there was a group of fighters that he'd linked up with. Maybe he was talking to himself talking to goads or WHO's talking over the radio. It was reporting back information about us so I settled into a position where I could watch him. And if he'd be shooting for high to turned out to be an enemy fighter after a couple of minutes he started singing and that struck me as really strange thing to be doing if he was enemy fighter. Right like singing out information. What about us over the radio really odd and that that calm my fears and it seemed to me like well with this edition of just tiny bit of information? That changed the whole way in which I was looking at this situation. And he's just enjoying what was in fact a beautiful afternoon looking out over the Afghan countryside. So watch them for a few minutes and then I and then I left and felt very comfortable and it seems to me through hard for me to imagine how a machine could make that right call in that situation

"shari" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"shari" Discussed on KGO 810

"John that Sir Malcolm whole nine conference of presidents of major American Jewish organizations of my colleague in because he's traveling is injures them we're joined by doctor Shari our I he Dr sorry our is our guide to the Iranian people watching the tragic events of these last hours of these last days of these last months the revolt against the military dictatorship the I. R. G. C. led to recently by men in custom shower so the money but certainly led by the supreme leader and his military hunter however I want to begin with the pressing news of the shoot down we're told by the U. K. the U. S. and the Canadian authorities shoot down by a missile system an Iranian missile system against the Ukrainian aircraft that a doctor he sorry are this this is tragedy heaped upon tragedy but is there any measure here are the Iranian people feeling less safe now because of the shoot down in that Tehran airport has been compromised in this conflict good evening to you good evening thank you for having me on the run and people are made the use of the regime there is a word called all sure with liturgical meaning in she is it's like a fever it's a way of XP aging economic methylated is lack of normal healthy life and typically after the deaths of close them for their money the regime that understands the liturgy well knows how to run and has the language and the EDM is creating an hour sure atmosphere to divert attention from its incompetence in providing a good life with the unnamed people and that's why everybody's on edge and these other consequences it's a country out of control I think it's very important for the world to understand that this is an aging totalitarianism where the opponents of the enemies of freedom barred the people of Iran we need to talk to them give them courage they are the ones that would end the life of his totalitarian regime otherwise who continued asymmetric warfare it's balanced by a terror as opposed to balance of force that we've had with other totalitarian systems and it will not let them the world sit still and attend to the welfare of their people now can go with the reports are that the that the militias are in disarray because of the killing of both sizzling money in one day so what is your sense of how this impacts the architecture of the Iran's asymmetric strategy needs you see any major shift taking place do you think that they had their capabilities have been restricted because of the assassination okay I I'm very it's directed to me yeah yes of course it's like puncturing a malignant tumor is metastasize metastases sets in so is there there's less head but the body of the war room is operating in different places you got to bear in mind that the low intensity warfare infrastructure that they've created is not spread just what the reach under networks of terror extent extending all the way to run as a wary look through drug cartels through human trafficking cartels recruiting criminals in in in different capitals moss from the U. K. to Michigan and that he's going to become more and more active because they can't afford the dawn of the industrial based out symmetric warfare sellers before if they want a nuclear weapon it's so that they can do Turk escalation to high intensity conflict so the big keep that the simmering at low intensity conflict where they've got massive superiority throughout the region and you you're you're you're going to see more and more consequences of that the aging totalitarian system the only thing that it's got the smell is to show that it's safe full it's true believer that if the March forward elsewhere in the world because in the old country they know the misery of life around and that that's why I I think the only solution is to talk to the European people their thousand points of protest near our teachers have their disconnected one more needs to connect those and warm days overwhelmed the regime I will all be rid of this nasty impediment to peace and prosperity in the world doctor for several years now it's been a frustration to watch our allies in Europe our NATO allies I'm looking at London Paris and Berlin in particular refused to acknowledge the predation in Tehran a is that a major factor to solve would it would it move things forward if the United Kingdom in Paris and Berlin spoke with one voice that Iran is unacceptable where are single course you'll held because it always gives a false through the aging totalitarianism we can divide the free world if they see the free world standing together they they they will not be able to show some sort of a right to their own true believers but I don't even think that that's necessary and in the life of the sold out the system will end if the United States Israel certain allies in the region or determine talking to talk to the running people support them I don't think one greeting me your P. and a quarter as you saw it was feared that the maximum pressure strategy against Iran will get a free comic Republic would not work without the Europeans what if he and the the insects and the the old turned to payment systems on the weight around the sanctions that the Europeans tried to contrive then the whole word because of the at the end if if there is in the international financial system is under pressure for the running and the European companies have to grow up hello so I don't think it's absolutely necessary in of for the United States to to understand that there's no point in negotiating with these people the best you're going to get is what president Obama god which is a seriously defective agreement welcome to you or a leading broadcaster in Iran use you held really important positions and it's clear from what you've been saying that if you see the importance of us expanding the research into Iran to talk directly with the people how effective are the current broadcasting systems that the United States has a more would you suggest they do to improve it well I I he said the V. L. A. is a disaster I think having you shut it down probably I'll do situation rather than her to I I I don't know well I used to use that something that public law ninety four dash three fifty the charter VOA has created easy is actually working against the interests of the United States I I really have no idea but there are other efforts there under institutions in in in the United States that are excellent in strategic messaging in understanding sentiments in finding ways of connecting people who want to fight for the cause of freedom and they they could be utilized I I you see very little chance given the present structure of control in public broadcasting that you can do it through that I read mentioned or other answer to me look the issue from the fighting this information buy a Russia in the strategic communicator from efforts of NATO centered in Riga efforts like that have had excellent ways of fighting this information on to look out there and don't know her systems live by disinformation by denying the truth to their own people and as long as they are denied the ability to control the high degrees of the information to their own people then they fail because all people need to know you have to connect with each other and aging totalitarian third that so I I think I think I would focus on other efforts they're very institutions in the government's semi semi governmental institutions man Anne de by our live if a ID have efforts in that direction though those are where I would focus and you for your for your the I respect the broadcast networks could help a lot it's a national effort maybe takes a Manhattan Project of strategic messages strategic marketing desktop because to bring this down one from forever Dr shower hour I he a he was the CEO and chairman of the executive committee of AG I which is a medium hot media holding company around once upon a time in the at a highest revenue radio and TV broadcaster in the Islamic world once upon a time Malcolm how light conference of presidents of major American Jewish organizations he's in Jerusalem I'm John batch this is the John Batchelor show KGO it's John Batchelor I grew up with the heroic dad who lost part of his hearing in the war in France because of the sounds of the big guns we just went around was going there to ask questions today there's another way it's.

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"shari" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"shari" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In coast is travelling is interesting we're joined by doctor shower yeah I he doctor Shari our is our guide to the Iranian people watching the tragic events of these last hours of these last days of these last months the revolt against the military dictatorship the I. R. G. C. led to recently by men in custom shower so the money but certainly led by the supreme leader and his military hunter however I want to begin with the press the news of the shoot down we're told by the U. K. the U. S. and the Canadian authorities the shoot down by a missile system an Iranian missile system against the Ukrainian aircraft that a doctor he Shari are this this is tragedy heaped upon tragedy but is there any measure here are the Iranian people feeling less safe now because of the shoot down in that Tehran airport has been compromised in this conflict good evening to you good evening thank you for having me on the run and people are made the use of the regime there's a word called us to with liturgical meaning in she is from it's like a fever it's a way of XP aging economic methylated is lack of normal healthy line and typically after the deaths of close them for their money the regime that understands the liturgy well knows how to run and has the language and the EDM is creating an all sure atmosphere to divert attention from the king competence in providing a good life for the run in people and that's why everybody's on edge and these are the consequences it's a country out of control I think it's very important for the world to understand that this is an aging totalitarianism where the opponents of the enemies of freedom are the people of Iran we need to talk to them and give them courage they are the ones that would end the life of his hotel tarian regime otherwise who continued asymmetric warfare it's balanced by a terror as opposed to balance of forces that we've had with other totalitarian systems and it will not let the the world sit still and tend to the welfare of their people now can go with the reports are that the that the militias are in disarray because of the killing of both sizzling money in London so what is your sense of how this impacts the architecture of the Iran's asymmetric strategy when Jesus you see any major shift taking place do you think that they had their capabilities have been restricted because of the assassination he it's directed to me yes yes of course it's like puncturing a malignant tumor it must have started and metastasis that soon so it there there's less head but the body of the war room is operating in different places you got to bear in mind that the low intensity warfare infrastructure the dead creator is not spread just what the reach under networks of terror extent extending all the way to Venezuela through drug cartels through human trafficking cartels recruiting criminals in in in different doctor told not from the UK to Michigan and that he's going to become more and more active because they can't afford the dawn of the industrial based out symmetric warfare dollars before if they want a nuclear weapon it's so that they can be escalation prying into the conflict so that they keep that memory at low intensity conflict where they've got massive superiority throughout the region and you your your your going to see more and more consequences of that the aging hotel tarian system the only thing that it's got the smell is to show that the faithful it's true believer that if the March ward elsewhere in the world because in the old country they know the misery of life around and that that's why I I think the only solution is to talk to the wrong people thirty thousand points of protests in Iraq it's just that they're disconnected one one needs to connect those and warm days overwhelmed the regime and we'll all be rid of the nasty other meant to peace and prosperity in the world doctor for several years now it's been a frustration to watch our allies in Europe our NATO allies I'm looking at London Paris and Berlin in particular refused to acknowledge the predation in Tehran a is that a major factor to solve would it would it move things forward if the United Kingdom in Paris and Berlin spoke with one voice that Iran is unacceptable well of course who held because it always gives a false through the aging totalitarian verdict and divide the free world if they see the free world standing together they they they will not be able to show some sort of light to their own true believers but I don't even think that that's necessary and in the lives of these totalitarian system will end if the United States Israel certain allies in the region or determine talking to talk to the running people support them I don't think porn greeting me your P. and a quarter as you saw it would do a few years of the maximum pressure strategy against Iran will against the comic Republic would not work without the European what if he and the the insects and the the alternative payment systems on the ways around the sanctions that the Europeans tried to contrive then the whole word because the the end certain if if they're into the international financial system is under pressure for the running and the European companies have to grow up hello so I don't believe absolutely necessary in the for the United States to to understand that there's no point in negotiating with these people the best you're going to get is what president Obama gun which is a the defective agreement nothing the big you were a leading broadcaster in Iran you've you've held really important positions and it's clear from what you've been saying that if you see the importance of us expanding the reach into Iran to talk directly with the people how effective are the current broadcasting systems that the United States has a more would you suggest they do to improve it well I I he said the V. L. A. is a disaster I think having if you shut it down probably help you the dress from Ruttenberg I I I I don't know well I used to that something that public law ninety four dash three fifty the charter VOA have created is is actually working it gains the interest of the United States I really have no idea but there are other efforts there are other institutions in in in the United States that are excellent in strategic messaging when understanding sentiment in finding ways of connecting people who want to fight for the cause of freedom and date they could be utilized I I you see very little chance given the present structure of control in public broadcasting that you can do it through that I read mentioned the other answer to me look the issue from the fighting this information by Russia in the strategic communication efforts of NATO centered in Riga efforts like that have had excellent ways of fighting this information up to about ten till closer insistence lives by disinformation by denying the truth to their own people and as long as they are denied the ability to control the high degrees of the information to their own people then they say oh because all people need to know you have to connect with each other and aging totalitarian heard that so I I think I think I would focus on other efforts they're very institutions and the government semi semi governmental institutions man any D. by our allies a ID have efforts in that direction though those are where I would focus and you know what your the I respect the broadcast networks could help a lot it takes a national effort maybe takes the Manhattan Project of strategic messages strategic messaging against totalitarian to bring this down one from forever Dr shower hour I he he was the CEO and chairman of the executive committee of AG I which is a medium hot media holding coming around once upon a time in the at a highest revenue radio and TV broadcaster in the Islamic world once upon a time not a whole lot conference the president's major American Jewish organizations he's in Jerusalem I'm John batch it's John Batchelor I grew up with a Perot it dad who lost part of his hearing in the war in France because of the sounds of the big guns we just went around was going there to ask questions today there's another way it's called tweak with no doctors our audiologist appointment necessary guarantee.

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"shari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"shari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"End of it but Shari to have a problem a huge problem but huge problems are very important to me so if you could have something to have an argument with your wife and things like that please don't do this not for now the only thing I can think of is give me the worst horror that you who are experiencing and I'll do the best I can I mean this the mark painful the more dangerous show sickness is the easier it is for me to help you and everybody else if you just give me a little tiny I have an argument with my wife or you know it should should I how can I be the man of my house she doesn't she doesn't does do a Dios couldn't do it if that doesn't do much what does is is something like cancer something really horrible is you're gonna die from that is where I can help everybody listening because there's so much to say so much little bit here a little bit yeah and you begin to understand the route that leads to to the what is going to kill all of you we do not die we weren't born I could die we were born to live for ever but you don't see much of that but you do hear about it Jesus a Jewish man extra ordinary and I'm not going to go into that but he made the point he was created to suffer like us but worse to make the point that there is life after what you called deaf I want you to know just the beginning of the program but your anxiety is common to all of you anxiety gets worse and the reason why the anxiety gets worse it is because you are finding and answer I say in English on Sir you can you think that anxiety which is the emptiness I don't have anxiety but I'm aware but when I'm moving away from the awareness towards the non awareness the the the other side of the realm is the darkness and this side of the room where I'm coming from and where you should be coming from is the lights those light and darkness.

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Rebroadcasting Old Podcast Episodes

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

07:15 min | 2 years ago

Rebroadcasting Old Podcast Episodes

"Chopping are thought we would cover something that would be relevant as we come into the festive season and a lot of podcasters. Like to take a break over this time which is absolutely fine but I thought I would give you another option if you decided that you would like to continue to release episodes are over the break and still get that bright over Christmas and so we're talking about ray broadcasting or replaying old episodes. Now we know that consistencies K.. And we know that people. I do like to release their podcast on a weekly or fortnightly basis and keeping that consistency is a great idea. Sorry if you would like to continue that over the festive season and if you feel that your audience will be listening to Shari's that are released. Then then ray broadcasting can be a fantastic way to do that of course you can still have a break. That is absolutely fine. Don't feel that you can't have one two weeks off and if you're a seasonal podcast and you've given your audience since the heads up that you having time off that is tidally fine plays. I'm feel like you need to change your strategy now. It was more if you so too stressed or worried about recording episodes to continue over that period. Now I'm going to have a bit of a change in my release shedule in that. I won't be replacing any interview. Shari's over these next four five wakes so all of my shows will be solar episodes that I am actually batching and then releasing that way so I don't have a back catalog so if you followed the show you know that this is episode. Eleven so I don't have have a big catalog to choose from to actually rebroadcast myself. But next year when I'm in the same period of time I probably will look back At some episodes to rape broadcast this festive season. So that I'm not needing to record but I'll make that call as obviously it's closer to the time but I will have if that backlog of episodes choose from now which episode to choose to rebroadcast. Well I guess that really depends on your podcast. Your audience what you do so generally speaking. There's probably two ways that you could look at it and one might be that it's time relevant so for example. If your approach you might want to rebroadcasting episodes it's all about planning for the New Year or perhaps apps another really good episode or heard recently was how that you can take a break over the festive season without causing your business. Sorry if it's time relevant you can ray ray released various types of episodes. Another might be that you go and choose your most popular episodes and sorry if you have done six months twelve months unsworth episodes go back and have a look at us. Statistics and pick out which were the best performing episodes because they are great ones to rape road cost dine. I think that if people have listened to it before that they weren't really into it that's the other tip there because people do release into Shari's and particularly if you're giving advice on something that's relevant for them. They will release into it. Sorry you might say deepen your stats. If you've got an audience that listen to every single episode site and don't feel that they need to religion but that's okay because once again you still releasing something for them and for the people the New People that have come into your audience. Since you released that episode. They might not have gone through the back catalogue and listen to a side the mechanics of actually rebroadcasting an episode. That was something I wanted to touch on because I do get questions or a lot of sort of looks of concern I guess of. How do you actually do that now? In you hoist voiced. You applaud the audio file again as if it's a completely new episode so you don't WanNa go back in and find it. Do anything strange. They you want to upload it is as if it's a new episodes of this is episode sixty five then you applauded as a new episodes. You Upload the Audio and then in the title of the Sharia sorry and perhaps in the shower nights section you actually popping there that it's a rebroadcast or a replay. So often I say the title of the shy with right broadcast at the beginning and then the title of the actual episode so people can see quite quickly that it is a rebroadcast. And you're not confusing those who have listened into every one of your episodes and not thinking that it is a new one when you're looking at the actual shards of urge. Then you have to consider so whether you want to you you don't need to worry so much about the duplicate content side of things because that's not going to be too much of an issue but if you are putting in the mechanics on all of your choice than you might WanNa just consider that you don't want to be competing for the same K.. Would so you might rape publish it on your as opposed on your website as well but maybe not putting in the key words to compete with your previous post now in your marketing. It's important that you share. I feel it's important that you share in your comments of your party store in your email marketing that you already sharing an old episode and that just touches back on the fact that if people have listened to all of your episodes if you've got a really great audience or fan base of listened to the mole you want them to realize very quickly so that you not I site not wasting their time but not. You're being conscious of their time. And if they don't want to release into an episode not listening sort of fifteen minutes in and thinking. I think I've heard this before. So yet they really upfront about the fact that you are rebroadcasting broadcasting it. Some podcasters may choose to re record an episode in Troy so just something along the lines of you. You know in today's episode. We are actually replying a previous episode. That he's all about X. Y.. And said it's not necessary to do that. And if if you don't want to do the extra work of and you just want to rape her episode. There is no requirement to do that but I have had clients in the past who do like to record just a little in charge that can sit in and just explain to people that they are rape broadcasting and perhaps why their rebroadcasting that one. If you want to see how it works. I would suggest that you go and look at some of your favorite podcast Izzo. Some big PODCASTS. That have been doing it for a long time. Go into the directories like apple podcasts or spotify and have a look there and just say how they do it they but as a safe you put that reply or rebroadcast at the beginning of it and then shedule it for the exact same time that you're episodes usually go live. That is how you can rebroadcast your old size. So that's it for today's episode. Heartfully that gives you an idea of how you can have a break from recording if you'd like to step back from the podcast for a little while but that still release consistent

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Jarry stops 28 shots, Penguins beat Blues 3-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Jarry stops 28 shots, Penguins beat Blues 3-0

"Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristen Shari made twenty eight saves helping the penguins to a three nothing went over the St Louis blues for sorry it was just the third shot out of his career and first of the season you guys are doing a great job making sure the doctor come from the outside and makes my job really easy as long as I imagine my rebounds and making sure I'm doing what I can to help slide house the guys a lot it's Rick opened the scoring just thirty nine seconds in a steady blooper notches first goal since October twenty second Stephanie's and scored late in the second his first goal with the payments after being signed to the NHL team from the minors two days prior Alex Galchenyuk found the net as well for Pittsburgh was picked up at least a point at home for the ninth straight game St Louis had a four game win streak snapped Jordan Beddington made thirty saves in the loss Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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10 Steps to Launching a Successful Podcast

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

14:12 min | 2 years ago

10 Steps to Launching a Successful Podcast

"Step number one is creating the a strategy. Now this is not a small step. It's not a step that's going to take you ten or fifteen minutes. It's about sitting down and gnashing out your purpose knowing who your audience is knowing if they listen to podcasts. Knowing what message you're going to share with the world how are you going to share. That message is going to be interviewed. You through stories or monologue are you going to do solo shows that educating people using case studies etc etc so really when you work out that pace up front the rest of it will fall into place. Sorry that first step as I mentioned is not going to be a quick fix step. It's it's something that you really do need to spend some time particularly if your podcast I lines to a business which has mentioned a few times mainly my clients and my listeners have a podcast launch their business so you really need to work out how that is going to work at the top of your funnel and how it might work to get people people into your email list. Hey might bring them through your funnel so that they are interested in your products and services. The one thing I have found here is where clients lions. Don't have that clear lawn. Meant podcasting becomes a very big chore. A big project. That isn't really working for them. So if you get this point clave upfront or if you sit down and spend some time now if you already have a podcast working out if you need to change tact to make it funnel title into Your Business then it's something that helps you with the next steps in implementing your podcast launch. The second step to talk about that is choosing a podcast title and creating a tagline. So when you're looking at doing a title there's a few different ways you can name the shy after yourself you. You can name the Shari after topic that people are looking for or you could name it. Something really quirky this a few different things to think about he. If you are. We're going to go with the quirky style of name. Then I think it is very important to have clear tagline because people are not going to be searching on your quirky night. Most of the time. If you're going to name the show after yourself. I think that works well if you have a following I think if you haven't got a following in your starting from scratch touch than that might not be the best way to do it but perhaps using a word or a couple of K.. Words in your todd might be a better way. If you're launching launching to know audience and wanting to grow remembering down the track you can actually change the name of your podcast but there's a couple of steps within this step that I think you need to take and that is google searching as well as going into apple podcast directory and searching the name in there as well as has possibly even looking if the deny name is taken. Because you don't want to get everything ready get your out work done right this amazing description get everything ready. Ready to launch his Shari to realize after you've launched his show that there's already one out there called that Oh very similar or there's already a business name out there with that who it could very easily come and ask you to change your name and if they have tried mock you will have to change the name of your shy suspending. A A little bit of time there can be really beneficial so that you know that you can move forward with that name. Now having a tagline a lot of the high seas days Ask for a tagline again. That can be really short and really specific. It could be telling people what you're going to talk about. It might be telling people who the main audiences ince's but Cape it really clea and this is where you can wave in some k words as well obviously not keyword stuffing this section nine step number three is getting your cover. Art created neck creating a cover it needs to be to a very specific dimensions. Otherwise is apple. PODCASTS will not accept it so you need to actually get a cover art created that is between fourteen hundred and fourteen hundred pixels up to three thousand by by three thousand pixels if you are looking to do this yourself. Canvas does have An option as well in their cold album art and ye can go in there and use that to play around with but if you create something at eight hundred eight hundred you won't be able to upload that into your hoist waist and submitted to the podcast directories. It'll come back with an era so just be really mindful of the size of it. Now when we're told me about the design of it something you want to keep in mind is that most people are looking at the Thumb Nile on a device like mobile or an IPAD. People might look at it on the computer screen and when you start creating it it looks messy when it's on your screen that when you're looking at it on a mobile phone it's a thumbnail size and so with that in mind you want something that really pops out if someone is looking through the lists and you want something that has not got too much wording on it. Because if I'm looking at on on the phone I can't read what you're tagline is or if you've put a couple of sentences explaining what the podcast is about so really Cape it minimal. If it's a business as miss podcast you might decide to keep it aligned with the branding of your business so using the same France or the same colors or the same imagery But just think about something that will pop out when you're looking at it on something as small as well. Fine step for is rushing your podcast description. And now you'll podcast. Description is super important is what people look at after the name of your Shari and can have a big impact on whether people actually want to listen and subscribe so here is where you want to craft it really carefully include some keywords. In he waves the main again don't use it as a place. Nice to keywords staff but think about what people might be searching because it is what will potentially show when people are searching for certain things things in the podcast directories so choose your words carefully. Maybe ask a few questions or identify the audience that you want to listen to the Shari but make sure you spend a little bit of time. Crafting a really good podcast description. Now a little word of advice here is Don. Have a look at podcasts. That you really enjoy Oy and go and have a look have I've written description or perhaps just even search through some of the podcasts that you subscribe to and just the different ways that people arriving them because it is a Cape Cod of your podcast for especially if somebody's new to you or in your new in your audience. Then they may well look at the name of your podcast. Then they're going to look at the description to say if they wanted then go and have a listen to it. Creating creating an intron altro is step number five. So creating an intro at troy now this is something that will do a whole episode on in itself self and in fact quite a few of these steps will have their own podcast episode in future. But when you're looking at creating your insurance at tre it's about getting a pace of royalty free music music and blending it with Voice Iva so a lot of people in the past tended to get a voice of oddest on whether it's through an agency or on Fava and get them to record it but I am finding now with the Solo podcasters. It's probably more common now for the actual podcast. A true record that voice over element and then blend it together with the music now. One one point of note he is remembering that your intro and Atra is part of your podcast branding. Sorry really make sure that that music AAC is aligned with your brand but is also aligned with what your audience would expect. I have listened to podcasts broadcasts in the past where the music is tar surely not aligned with what I thought the podcast cost is about and you do feel like there is a real disconnect this. Sorry if you don't want to or you can't find something on the music sites then you can always get somebody to create a bespoke piece of music for you. That might be more in alignment but just take into account found that your personal taste in music might not be the best music to choose your podcast intro. Step step number. Six is choosing your recording platform and device. So he now at step number six is where I start to say. That the software and the microphones and the the equipment is something that you should think about can say that the first five steps on even thinking about which microphone and a lot of people get dotted. Did on that first question of which microphone. Should I use but I think you really need to be looking at some of those steps. Step one two five. I nine nylon down the branding and the strategy and the description of your podcast before you even start to look at software equipment. I would suggest that you do some research coach when you're buying your microphone and find something that suits your requirements. Because there are different microphones that are better in different types of spices spices. So you really want to think about where you recording are you in a room that has carpet and curtains and cushions can soften the echo or. He's he's sitting in a tiled room with Florida sailing gloss windows with a very high ceiling which will obviously have a lot of reverb so you just need to be mindful about way Eh. You'll do most of your recording. Some people are out on the road recording since I need to have different. Equipment and different microphones again. I interviewing people all the time going to interview in person or you're going to do it over a platform like zoom. Aw then Castro something like that so really be mindful about that before you just go go out and go looking for a microphone to stop podcasting now when it comes to software. There's lots of different suggestions. Some of the editing editing platforms that you might want to look at the garage band or density. Oh Gosh there's a Darby addition this. Sorry many different editing editing programs that you can use their good ones to start off with To actually record interviews you might want to look at Zoom. You might look at then. Kosta or squat broadcast or something like that Bay mindful when you're recording an interview that you won't use paces software that can split the tracks per person because does it just makes the editing a whole cleaner if you've got two tracks unfortunately skype don't offer that in their recording at the moment sorry I tend to sort of veer away from recommending skype. Because it doesn't have it in its inbuilt platform if you do use a third party record with skype then that Martin allow you to have those split tracks but just the skype recorder doesn't at this stage step. Seven is to download a piece of software. A cold or phonic when you edited your episode together year. He's a pace of software called phonic which it's an automatic audio I post production tool and it just levels everything it gets it to the right bit right. It gets it to the right volume for podcasts. And it can level level tracks if you've got a guest that's quieter than the highest etcetera etcetera and it just finishes it off at Polishes at the end. Sorry than that step is download off organic step. Eight is to create your hosting account. Now there are a whole range of different heists out usually I will sit sit with recommending. Someone like Washer Omni Studio. Lipson pod Bain. That's just to name a few but the way that podcast works. Is You sign up to a host and you integrate that. RSS Feed you. Get through the host with the different directories like apple podcast. Google podcasts spotify. STITCHER radio I heart radio all the other directories where you have your podcast appearing. And then all you need to do is upload h episode to Your Hosting Account Count and that will push it out to the various directories step number nine is submitting your podcast to the various directories. Sorry it's it's you. Set up your hoisting. And can't you sit up your show details and your artwork and you description and you've uploaded the first couple of episodes and then you want to submit it to apple podcast awesome stitcher and spotify now. Google podcast is a slightly different process. So you might just want to Google how to get your podcast on Google podcasts. It costs And you can google any of the directories that you want to get onto all you might find really helpful resources in the help and support section of of your host cell look that up and lastly step number ten is post your podcast on your website and share it everywhere on social media because that promotion pace is super important. When you're launching your podcast? You might decide that you want to do little tasers. You might do some days of videos. You might let your audience know via email marketing that you're going to release a podcast shortly but the promotion is super important now. There's a lot of talk about how to get into the charts and everything on apple podcasts. And I can tell you that. The charts are based on the activity within a seven day period. Did and so if you have a lot of people subscribing within a seven day period and listening to your podcast then you're more likely to be pushed up the charts that way

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"shari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"shari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And a bit but Shari to have a problem a huge problem but huge problems are very important to me so if you could have something to have an argument with your wife and things like that please don't do this not for now the only thing I can think of is give me the worst horror that you you are experiencing and I'll do the best I can I mean this the mark painful the more dangerous your sickness is the easier it is for me to help you and everybody else if you just give me a little tiny I have an argument with my wife or you know should should I how can I be the man of my house she doesn't she doesn't does do a Dios couldn't do it if that doesn't do much what does it is it is something like cancer something really horrible as you're gonna die from that is where I can help everybody listening because there's so much to say so much little bit here a little bit there and you begin to understand the route that leads to to the what is going to kill all of you we do not die we weren't born could die we were born to live for ever but you don't see much of that but you do hear about it Jesus a Jewish man extra ordinary and I'm not going to go into that but he made the point he was created to suffer like us but worse to make the point that there is life off to what you called deaf I want you to know just the beginning of the program that your anxiety is common to all of you anxiety gets worse and the reason why the anxiety gets worse is because you are finding and answer I say in English on Sir you can you if you think that anxiety which is the emptiness I don't have anxiety but I'm aware but when I'm moving away from the awareness towards the non awareness the the the other side of the realm is the darkness and this side of the room where I'm coming from and where you should be coming from is the lights those light and darkness and you have cut con have darkness without light or light without darkness but you can choose and perhaps you may not understand what I mean by choosing but will go into that as we go through the program ands if you're if you I have a really bad pro problem especially cancer which is very easy but very dangerous for you because it will kill you and nobody.

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"shari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"shari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And a bit but Shari to have a problem a huge problem but huge problems are very important to me so if you could have something you have an argument with your wife and things like that please don't do this not for now the only thing I can think of is give me the worst horror that you you are experiencing and I'll do the best I can I mean this the mark painful the more dangerous your sickness is the easier it is for me to help you and everybody else if you just give me a little tiny I have an argument with my wife or you know it should should I how can I be the man of my house he doesn't she doesn't does do a Dios couldn't do it that doesn't do much what does it it is something like cancer something we really horrible is you're gonna die from that is where I can help everybody listening because there's so much to say so much little bit here a little bit there and you begin to understand the route that leads to to the what is going to kill all of you we do not die we weren't born to die we were born to live for ever but you don't see much of that but you do hear about it Jesus a Jewish man extra ordinary and I'm not going to go into that but he made the point he was created to suffer like us but worse to make the point that there is life after what you called deaf I want you to know just the beginning of the program that your anxiety is common to all of you anxiety gets worse and the reason why the anxiety gets worse is because you are finding and answer I say in English on Sir if you if you think that anxiety which is the emptiness I don't have anxiety but I'm aware but when I'm moving away from the awareness towards the non awareness the the the other side of the realm is the darkness and this side of the room where I'm coming from and where you should be coming from is the lights those light and darkness and you have cut con have darkness without light or light without darkness but you can choose and perhaps you may not understand what I mean by choosing but will go into that as we go through the program ands if you're if you I have a really bad pro problem especially cancer which is very easy but very dangerous for you because it will continue and nobody could really do much for you they can hardly do anything.

Beware of Seductive Online Trading Strategies with Sopon Srisakunpath

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

07:36 min | 3 years ago

Beware of Seductive Online Trading Strategies with Sopon Srisakunpath

"I'm here with featured guests so pawn see second, Pat that's tiny. And so point are you ready to rock? Yeah. I'm ready. Let's go. All right. Let's do this. So so pawn as three and a half years experience working in Thailand at the big four accounting firms, KPMG and PW see he is analyzed and observe business processes and coordinated with the management of large public non listed non-life Shari insurance companies he is completing his MBA at the in school of management where he majored in finance and strategy. That's a school. I'm very familiar with. He is also currently representing his university in the CFO research challenge, which is something. I'm also very familiar with and have equity research valuation competition at socities in academic rep for his MBA class of twenty seventeen. In addition to all of that. He's also a healthcare tech startup founder and CFO of Weli a physiotherapist platform. So pawn take a minute and fill in any further tidbits about your life. I've And if you find that the really hard to understand, it's too complicated. An unusually there's a reason why it's complicated. Someone's trying to hide something someone's trying to manipulate something because really the best ideas and some of the best people at there are talking about very similar. So that's a third part? And then I like what you said about inner voice sounded like, you had an inner voice that was telling you that, you know, hey, there's some risk here. And I think that what I would like the listener. In the audience to think about it set that inner voice will come out when you feel like something's not right? And it will usually come out for all of us. But that interviews voice is not that powerful. The tools that these people have used of greed and credibility confusion confusion gives you down. Like, maybe I'm not smart enough in all these guys are so smart, all of these things are trying to do is trying to override that inner voice that you have. So for the audience, I want you to take heed of your inner voice when it comes out. And you think wait a minute this, really, right? Is this makes sense grab that inner voice in don't let anybody override that in your voice with all of their talk and credibility efforts. So those are my takeaways is there anything that I missed or anything you'd like to add no our like your ad on in a wise. Yeah. I mean, that's in fact, what we can say is that I think that most worst investments start off feeling excited. But then there. That moment of question or doubt. And so what I would hope is it my listeners can grab that question that moment of down, and that inner voice, and then really use it to

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