21 Burst results for "Shouli"

"shouli" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"shouli" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

"I'm telling you stop adding. I'll i'll just open bid that is how my month allowed it. Is you know. I got a picture sensitivity for longevity for the energy me anyway we are here once again your shouli. Dj not joking. Okay say messing up my insurance stuff like that was good. you'll surely. Dj nazi again for another magnificent edition of paul swapo's podcast.

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"shouli" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Like again. Fortunately for my kids they have a different bar set. I mean i'm sitting there. I'm sitting on my daughter. Carshield dad you know shouli. Ac dc right now. She's a dead play. Tnt on my seven year olds a big fan rock. Yeah and i'm like. I'm like i i i i dig. He'd could. I can't like i wish you understood. The fat out was a four cds tapes By singles like you had to like fast forward to the song that you wanted. It wasn't this. It was a little bit before me. I'll age you there. Bundle fun even if i even. Cd's wish my daughter would say like i'm not saying have it. I'm not saying it was tough. Just different. I wish they understood like yeah well now like the hardest problem is like why can't we do. Well it's like. I don't have a good internet signal. I can't play it on spotify. Broke saying it's like. I had to listen to radio deejays. Yeah you to make your mixed race shift stories before they would get. I knew what crappy talk the first fifteen seconds and song for hit recorded make that makes. Hey do you ever listen to like actual radio anymore. Because i am i do. I regret it. Because i'm just like i. They used to be like the biggest celebrities in the world. You listen to it on the way to school or work. Whatever they do those weird morning show games. Yeah we're an in this. I don't know how the energy to do it. Like they just must like that persona has just well. They knew howard stern. I had on a serious right so loveless now use love listening to that kind of dropped off recently not rea- but in past years but use love useless all the time. Yeah all right Joan with this but what radio but those beginning of morning shows like there was like like they all these morning shows on soap alike..

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"shouli" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"And am i mean. Even just watching deal the tweets switch. Say what you will about them have made it interesting. It's been a really good save nuyorican avenue interesting when we look back off the season to try and rank and put it and stuff and i genuinely was thinking about this. I'm like i think if you would like philosophy survey of what posse life would be like zeros and ones and then like nine and ten like nothing has been even. It's been extreme. And then you come really fun weekday like it's great. You lost like. I want to quit the show and i'm like i'm scared about because it's been so high. I'm like you know what comes up. Must come down. And i'm very concerned about next week. Now nothing has any meaning this asian game anymore to like. Oh these next level thinking. They've got much agency in seeing so far ahead and again like nothing has any meaning. It's a reluctant down rogue yes yes humbly a bit more up at the moment than what life has been recorded buy look. This week was fighting. We're going to focus on those positives also probably criticizing some of the tourists but more than last week. And i need to get your take on some of these players. Because i was thinking haley for example. Who's been obviously such a standard now. If she had filled out preseason what survivor you moist like like shouli. It would have been you. There are so many similarities. Like your boys. Brainy raven claw smart superfan women in the medical field. Like it just feels right. Do you see that. That is way more than i deserve. And i think highly is incredible. I definitely look. I'm glad that she acted up a little bit last week because she was becoming reliably ethics. Today it's still kind of those who voted out. And she's still she's still great. I mean i rela hidden. There's been a few times watching hair and just like haley like your what. We've invaded in Vibe that she's strong smart woman who plays the game like a playa but is still saints to be really respectful nice send. I think she's what we've been missing. We haven't had a highly. I get you early relate to have better than me i i think like this is the archetype like she's in. Your malls achieves the tessa mold. Clearly if anything. I'm now in him all derived like the mall that people want bay. It was i. I'd say baby sadie was the mold i wanted when i play and now haley is melt. Yeah i mean. I can see the a comparison across the three of you. I seemed if haley wins. It probably will shift to be old..

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"shouli" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"That's another one. Like put out a bushel things and then if they really all going through that i mean we obviously that was a big with lettuce and they think that's broken but like yeah do from do kohl's nina all in the doing it locally at the moment like these people will pass up on that for for an invite and if they do want an interesting thing we've heard about them as a player like i really feel like that shouli that means the whole program like such drama for tv. I do find an interesting. That santoni says out loud before the season. I told my family that i never bid on a letter to your point. Plus is it just like you don't realize how much you miss the people in your life until you're actually out there playing. Yeah absolutely i mean you you you you you you think about them a lot. When you're on the island you know and you can't stop thinking about it. And you're i mean survivor is more than just a game. You know it really teaches you a lot about a lot about yourself and the things that you miss in your real life you know. It helps you not to take for granted the little things that you see around you every day just like your family and your friends even some of your you know your little favorites food that you never really think. Is that important. Because you know you have access to wait until you don't have access to it and then you realized how much i love you love this particular thing and just how much you miss you know your family and being around him. And what a great source of of strength at the archie. So i mean it makes you rely so much about yourself and i think any cost way can tell you that. They got back appreciative of the people in their lives and for the few months after coming back home they didn't want to be anywhere away from the rain. Because it's the game that makes you realize just how much you'd like to be around these people and just how much they mean to you. I definitely i don't know for me like i. I would always take the lead. i take it right now. I miss my family at this very moment but like other people seem to be stronger than i am. And it takes maybe thirty days in the game to pay fifty four which is like five hundred dollars..

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"shouli" Discussed on Bliss of the Abyss

Bliss of the Abyss

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on Bliss of the Abyss

"It was challenging in many many many many ways. But i found that my class was a problem And i didn't really realize it until until i left. I do remember one of the tutors. We had to have critiques. At the end of showings and things. Now i remember one of them saying to me. Does it bother you that you're the least well educated in your ear. I wasn't but i think. Because i was well she working to sumptuous made I've i've found that very strange. And i said well well no. I don't know how well educated. I need to be to be able to pick up a book. Read words that other people have of written down for me. They've done the work for me now. All i have to do is bring it to life. It's a different scales shouli in my career. I've often found that some of the best actors don't over think that purely instinctive and their instinct for script is extraordinarily because they're not layering. What's going on in their heads and what they've researched and what they've done on top of it they i. I am a lover of puberty when it comes to work. I think that an author wrote a script and knew what he wanted. And that's why he put those words into people's miles and that's why certain thought process works and others don't So i could be fashioned in that regard but i think there is an honesty to it that that audiences instinctively field and they get it and On a nice joyous. And i feel it myself when i go and see things you know. I was thinking because i asked you about one of the favorite favorite whatever. 'cause one of mine was Jerusalem just violent which goes dead now going to bring back okay with with him in the lead role again. How on the west end next year. So huge exciting but it was ten years ago..

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"shouli" Discussed on The Culture Quest

The Culture Quest

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on The Culture Quest

"They made it really obvious when he drove pastas. La- nooses now. Like that was new cy new science but like from especially the second time aside. The movie starts with him drinking and doing drugs and even though you knew he wasn't going to be like to have a happy ending. I thought they were going to break up or something by any think it was going to commit suicide. It's just not the right solution. It fixes nothing for anyone so if people look at it as like a romantic ending in like he made the ultimate sacrifice for allie. I don't connect with that at all. I think it was kind of like an excuse to to make this big ending emotional song. I guess there's something dramatic with him completely giving up and especially after that pep talk that arya. Her agent did with him which basically told him. Yeah you should should kill yourself. Nomar might be for you. I think it could. It could set a free without committing suicide without killing himself. What he was such a mess at that point. So maybe yeah. I think i think they talk like he did. Try to kill himself before that right. It wasn't the first time are ya. When he was younger he did try exactly so when it was thirteen or something at any break. Rip the ceiling fan. Actually i don't maybe it's a thing that because it's the first movie is directed. Maybe he went for like the overly dramatic ending. But also maybe it's because it's the fourth iteration of the story and in h of the past iterations of the story. Spoilers at least. That's what i've heard. That's how the movie ends with a suicide so maybe just wanted to keep up the tradition. I think it was always going to buy. Take any life in terms of from the planning of the movie they they were planning since twenty eleven. I think really. Yeah think circumstance. He wasn't going to because. I think they were trying to keep it True to the. I guess you call it franchise but not really not really true to the installments of the films. But i think they they originally had a different sane light in endings on ending. Same suicide saying where it was more graphic it was more really like at least more Provocative i guess you could say and then bradley kind of like thought like let's do this kind of saying like philly's him walking and doing this thing and honestly like when i saw the film i didn't like it. I didn't want like not not like not through cacti motivations in just shouli the aesthetics i thought i know like just the way he got out of the car when he looked like he felt like us very drunk cluckers doing drug because a lot of a lot of suicides of very spontaneous. I think it felt like he drank too much. Felt like that. Like i didn't love but then i watched again and i like it a more love the acting when he's closing the garage door. I thought that was amazing. Like i think. I feel like that was take one because i feel like you couldn't do that. Slammed the door and they are. Yeah that was pretty good. But let's do a longer stale. I don't think that what was happening. I think i think he just winged. I think he would have done the best he could. And that's where it was. I think the acting makes sane. But i'm not in love with the way they shot at like the dog outside like i don't know i just didn't really do anything for me. This ain't but in terms of the character. Motivations let me gather my thoughts. Yeah this isn't really with one thing about discussions of kind of suicide. Is that if you put in the word suicide or something into all the things like don't do it put it off. There's other ways and stuff like that. Which i think for health reasons. It's always good to delay someone like you're never going to be like i don't know might be right that to me the first result we have to make a pros cons list..

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"shouli" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on VUX World

"It's no code low code which dovetails conversation. So it's there's there's a new thing that people glomming onto and say that's the thing but only channel really was the thing and maybe feel tired talking about that but the ability to come as you are in conversationally interact with any kind of digital voice or tool to get those things you need done. It has to be on the channel and what we found is that we might have the bleeding edge and one of the coolest voice tax ever invented. But what it's opened up. Is this omni channel orchestration. That people were trying to do. Methodology lies in different ways on. And now we're solving problems that are seven years old needed to be solved then. I'm happy to solve those problems. Interest in w we will come to your question. It's one of the obama about the future. So what movies. Come onto the show while it's interesting now you mentioned in You know we'll talk about job losses of the thing. I was thinking of maybe pop some of the reasons. Why some of these digital transformation projects and programs and initiatives. Maybe haven't quite gone to plan haven't had much of an impact on the call center on their fall. Where maybe the future of the call center is still is going to be largely human lead Is not because the call center tends to handle the extreme long tail you know if everyone serving themselves online and offline stauffenberg install against don online. Shouli it's only the very difficult still the hits the call center and therefore the scope for automation automating. That is less sold on on. The website is would use it in your experience. now is the case all on. That's what we start with. Try to flush out to. Ut me perfect. I mean that's why we often start with what we call least our company A listening value or listening phase where we get our ai at your front doors with digital invoice and we just listen or watch but especially in the voice we listened and we try to hear what's going on even events agent side as well as sort of utterance and we take off the barriers so there's no more d. m. f. or or pressing or say one for this press one for that there's no more I remember when natural ivar. I came out and said things like you can talk like yourself or talk human out on the house. You talk and you can say things you can say things to me like Pay my bill..

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"shouli" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"The number two today so all the freakout kept going and it put everything in like timeframes perspective. I walked into your bathroom. You had paper towels in their paper towels in the bathroom for four years freak out. I've been here four years and says paper towels. What about four years from now. How am i going to feel about this. I've totally freaked out completely. Douse the the timeframe that i realized that they've been four years. Since i team paper towels paper holder. I long hauler helped me. So what do i do with all this early stuff Just forget it. we'll focus. Today i will tell you after the break all right so told you. I freaked out. Yeah complete freak out. Yeah thank you joe container. richard base. Hard you must you must involve yourself in project build a car wheel career oriented wheels wheels. And we have to you have to get a money would say that getting fluent in french is my project. Chance really helped me. It has helped me a lot but he did get a little upset. If a little more tactile. I understand your point but again. Get a little obsessed obsessive with it. You know. it's an interesting would be an interesting study. Yeah they always talk about in the past when a couple or anyone is involved with a large scale home renovation that it's a very stressful time. Yeah well that was in the past. I wonder now with all that's going on. If a couple that's involved with a renovation is less stressed than the average person. That's in their apartment watching cnn all day. We we just did that. And i argue. You're correct and not only that much higher level of appreciation of what you get right really wanna use using that model. Maybe you need a project all right so wait thought last time problem and that is all right. I'll bring mexico. This could be a separate topics. Okay all right come on. Let's go to be professional shouli. Gentlemen how old are you. Wow shouli from the stern show good to hear your voice man likewise you know i've been a big fan of you guys for many many years When i was failing horribly a construction i used to listen to you. Guys all the time When i had all my crappy jobs on the way home you guys would always entertain me. So it's a pleasure to speak to you. guys thank you. yeah i I was the same way. I i work construction. I i work construction. I listen to love line. So i know what would say you could do that. I could do. I thought i could do it. But i'm never going to. Yeah yes i had a my first gig was a plumbing gig and the guy was like a friend of the family and israeli guy and he he puts me to do a mainline to dig out mainline like crack somewhere which i didn't. I had no idea what that meant. And he drops me off with some shovels pickaxes. And then i realize it's like this is like a five day thing like you have to dig like three four feet down. You gotta go. I don't know how many across until you find this route that's busted through the pipe. And after after day one i went to home depot and i picked up three guys and I was it was done in two days and He came by the check on it. He saw the whole job was done and he goes Did you do this. And i said yeah..

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"shouli" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Lineup. You are shouli included. And it's going to be awesome. Kate actually also has a list of other arch memorial events that are going down this year at yale fire dot com slash income. Ninety four. so. Kate anything before we move into the income breakdown. Congratulations to you to the so exciting that you're going to be speaking of hockey live like this is an event. Also did we go that twenty four teen gene and fifteen. I think because it was in san diego so it was right in our backyard. Okay so something that. I remember about that event you and i were sitting there and we're just looking around. There are so many people. I think you had just run into russell. Like one of you was going into the restroom. One of you was coming out of the restroom and like you guys had a really quick chat and then we go back. We sit down and we're listening to wrestle on stage and he just bust out like this huge shoutout for john this on his podcast and how it was right after he interviewed for dotcom secrets. I believe yeah he made me stand up and you know it was like a room thousands of people. They all like turn their season. Hi i remember being like. Oh my gosh. I can't believe russell talking about john right now. It's so fun to look back at these different stages and milestones in our business and how exciting. Each of those has been so congratulations. That's really going to be awesome to see you up onstage this year. yep it's going to be a fun time for the e. Oh fire team and we hope you can be a part of. It's either virtually fire nation or in person and we're gonna be breaking down..

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"shouli" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

"Where you can actually build your own knowledge bound by sifting through and recognizing what's appropriate watson appropriate rob and just because pequot ula said it it must be rights are just copy well pets said ecause. Guardia was fantastic coach. But how much of it is appropriate for you know a team in carlisle on friday night. You know on the fives an possibly part of the problem that the and sally marr experience of of academy football and football in the us in franchises and elsewhere the logically speaking youth coaches working in foundation phase. All of them but a lot of them they see as i'm going to go from here to use development phase from these development On i'm going to end up in the. I team working with the first team. And because that is the death death fo- christening they see that as pathway on house been the pathway for many many coaches before them there is the need. perhaps to take things from a first team. Environment is who they're on. This underwrites because that's the journey. They think they're going on. Yeah yeah and i suppose rationally. You'd think you know if i do patois the orders than chewy. I'm on his same pathway on his journey really seeing his journey. You've just seen ways endo. And as i say i mean in this world where the sewage accessibility knowledge shouli the ability to appraise knowledge. And what's appropriate bill. Adopted is an absolute case. When i was at university was no such thing as the internet and the news to two sources knowledge to stood in front of me for an hour a week and the library and that was it now. I think i would think educators like you like me. We have a different role. That i think rose more or less dead is elements of that. But i think the key role more wall is not. We've got health students. Whatever context to become better at critic prison knowledge and really rationally thinking through. Does this make sense for mine. Context this this a stack. This is this appropriate. You know how much of it is is nonsense and how much you bid if those work with boss. Luana under twenty. Three's it might be probably about not with call. Carlisle's gambling bought grief. Call island the nines. How appropriate is it. I'm getting a sense while not getting the sense in recent yes that is not that this is less and less and less and less mature. Who's ever there but for me. That's the skill that's where my research was talking about this multitudes. Talk about developing the skills full coaches to have a more sophisticated An in build those skills over and then they can go on. Youtube look at as many drills alike in practices and leads many coaching manuals light. Because they'll stop being good decisions about. What am i gonna do with this group at this time in the senses. Not that's not. Of course it is of the sort of. The coach. Educates a described as a curator. I quite like in in. This is a much as its guiding towards certain content but the curator is also perhaps someone who knows a lot about it of course but it might be able to speak about its context and talk critically about and then buying ferns get the students to think critically about it But this is something just a little bit missing there in terms of with with mental 's they don't necessarily have to be a more knowledgeable other as as they've been described us before sometimes that might be helpful and this is where perhaps a multiple mental network comes into. Play way you. You genuinely have that more knowledgeable other that might be a bit more instructive. Have other mentors that you're you're involved with who are more advisory almo facilitators so if we're talking specifically about coach mentors now an you've obviously described quite quite great length already. Some of the qualities does mental. Probably should have all those qualities more usually something that is inherent in that person or other possible to be trained on without any shallow doubt. It can be trained and you can be developed but again it comes down to it. That pissed molecules a branch of philosophy. And what you tend to find is philosophically if the person has had experiences all the lives through frakes lift formal education system. Where being told what to do where to go out to be have when the pool of soft so on them live being in a working environments where they are told. What do where to go out to be here. It'd be be really challenging potentially for that same person to than not have a naive pissed emoji because all they've ever been all exposed to is being told what do wet go how it behaved and it reminds me very very quick story. One of my first mendez was a guy who told me by his own admission. He said i was rubbish school. I hate school. I was always told what to do to go here at school. And then he'd were in basically factory all his life and putting it worked on the quality assurance on kettles so you can take the cat litter box check it Bruises on his catlin per back in the box and the he worked on a like a factory lying. And you sound the apple. Put his hand up. If you need the toilets somebody else could take his place on this factory. Production line jackson. Kettles and i thought the way he coach was very prescriptive black and white. You know and these kids were i. Don't know why on the ninth of tens and it was regimented coaching and he's made trying to move towards more sophisticated piece the molecule. I'm trying to empower the kids. Give him a little bit more freedom. Give him an always soften cliff. That's realistic. It's an unrealistic leap for this guy to go from an education system waving to a what do how would be here. And he didn't like it. he's eligible was life. Betty's yes presented to pay way it's highly rated and then suddenly ask them to give ownership and empower the kids and let them be more creative in their practices and always thought at fell out the banana tree immediately that he thought i'd like your own. You know these kids drill the know. What do the irony of this. This guy news. A lovely fellow the kids with ten or fifteen minutes before training started and they would be given turns and twists and stepovers. You'll be doing all that. Were soon as the coaching staff at.

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"shouli" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Know seeing what's happened with some of the lending protocols some the exchanges. There's now a new model for building financial services. And i feel like that is something that just has a ton of implications when it's not just the bank. It's not just a nonbank fintech. it's now could be an individual software developer to now has the power in the leverage to build a platform that millions of people can use for financial service. They have regulator in. May and the cynic in me is saying shouli that software developed could get a lot wrong and do a lot of damage without as well though. Cairo a main how do we. How do we mitigate against. How do we prevent that. Yeah i think that's that's one of the challenges here in the it's still early. It's experimental there's a ton of risk but there is that transparency and so really it's not just one developed where it's it's an entire open source community everyone can see the code. Everyone can audit it so over time. You know they're going to be protocols that completely fail and the at bugs but they're going to be others that can persist and survive and get stronger as a community comes into about jalousie point diogo. Yeah no i would just point out that it's actually no different from the traditional world in which companies try things except that companies are non-transparent about it and the only publish good news. And so you actually don't know what is working what is not working. So in fact defies exactly the same thing except the iteration is just so much fasten. Something that fails fast which you know silicon valley ethos is about failing fast in about people learning from your mistakes and taking what was good and actually rating or what was not good. And what we're seeing this or seeing this two orders magnitude with three orders of magnitude faster. That's actually incredibly beneficial. So you might not want to be the alpha adopter of a new balance protocol or defy protocol. But you know that when it actually got to you if it has one hundred billion dollars of total locked value of t. l. v. Then you know that there's been a robust set of people trying to steal that money in us that the protocol is actually survived for for for a long duration of time and is robust from a security and safety perspective. And i agree with that. I think the thing i think about also is that we do need. I'm curious from the group as well. But i think we need kind of I would say non blockchain brands actually being willing to come into the ecosystems because from from the developer side. I think yes the community can actually that it I think we can see the bugs. I think we can see the metrics there but from the consumer side right again consumers that are again. Not buying in trading crypto. You do need a bridge and you need you know the visas of the world. You need the top of the world. The folks that are actually serving the demographic to be able to act as the bridge I think actually really create the trust. I wanna come back to that point. Shivani in the next section of the show but before i do i just wanna plug the big announcement that we announced the top of the show we foreshadowed kyw bringing back blockchain insider on july. The fourteenth of. We're going to talk and deep dive into all kinds of stuff and we got a new co host. Who's the coast. I've incredibly excited to be working with with you. Simon and i think that there's so much to talk about this intersection of fintech stable coins. Dowels and ft's defy so we have some great guests and it's going to be fun and we're gonna bring favorite cynic to as many shows as we can and we're going to have the debate and we're going to try and get through this stuff because it's right that we debate this stuff and also just before we moved to the outbreak. It might be worth talking about one or two things that these has been up to recently. Yes yes so. I think we started. We set up a crypto product team. Back in two thousand nineteen. We're really looking at this industry. And saying you know crypto wallets and exchanges. You know they're starting to look like the next generation of neo banks and so we wanted visa to be a bridge between these. New crypto wallets our network of seventy million merchants. And so we have over. Fifty crypto wallets. That are in various stages of issuing cards with isa so. We think that you know we can help that. Bridge in and offramp and then recently. We announced a partnership with with the yoga in anchorage where we're building. Visa crypto api is where we can help our network of existing banks that are looking at. How do we compete with syntax. How do we integrate crypto. And we're going to be providing value at services to help those banks you know. Build products on top of crypto. And so you know we're really excited about the ecosystem in what visa to serve as a between both. I love that off ramp. We need them on. We need to bridge. That antipodes shivani point. We need bruns. That consumers recognize and understand to help us deal with some of the risks. The all real honest yoga says it is still early. And we're going to deal with that. We're gonna take a quick polls hail while we gave from sponsors. We'll be back shortly. Tim is the world's leader in banking software helping over three thousand banks over one point. Two billion people..

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"shouli" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Was what's happening next and most importantly how does this affect third party. Marketplace amazon indeed other e commerce sellers jeopardy. No one can so on on the on the retail platform side. You can see continuing pressure to raise revenues irritation to to find income income from sellers income from ads. Income from fda may be feasible to and alongside that shouli correction in the size of the one p business in the end the strategy one p business. Which for you know. Three decades now two decades has been focused almost exclusively on growth not nearly enough on profitability. You know that worked for a long time but there's no particular reason she think about it. Why amazon should continue to subsidize consumers by paying them to take goods away. I mean that doesn't seem like A long term business plan beeson unrest the much too smart. I'd also say jesse coming in might change things a little bit there. He comes from the aws side. He's not so embedded in the traditional retail model over at amazon. So he might be able to look at it in a fresh way and make changes faster but you know the notion. That amazon is going to spend more money to fix problems on the marketplace. I think is pretty optimistic. I can't really see that. They they need to make money one way of doing that is by not spending on. They don't have to spend it on. I mean they haven't changed the interface in a very long time and they never let makes sense on the things what she gets to deal with it. That's not actually the big problem. The big problem is obviously that the violent changes in policies and will just operational things as details but are being up to ship in more or less more or less into the warehouse. Overnights wire stuff is on the boat from china. He's already a detail his massively fundamental. So i guess we could see more of that kind of stuff. It's getting less less attractive. And jesse coming in an instinct one. I guess we'll tell not because obviously people to talk about that. It wasn't focused in your book. As far as i could tell that was announced on. Yeah but you know. How relevant is this. A wise move happening do you think is that can change a great deal or is it just an aws. Been there for twenty years..

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"shouli" Discussed on Typology

Typology

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on Typology

"Then that allows for us to act shouli Put hope Into play where hope is not just this sort of ephemeral. like there's hope but we can use hope as the acts of like if you are changing right then that truly leaves possibilities That you think perhaps are not possible. Right br chapters that you cannot be written well if you're in constant change than than many mike. It ain't going to be the same tomorrow so that sometimes all all we need. Is that little kind of did to get inside their to start to fight back against this guy that the depressions always going to be there. It's never gonna look any different and the only way out of this is consciousness That is so good. You know Ryan one of these. I've been working with lately as therapist myself. Not only thinking through. Okay well. I do think that each type and i got. I don't like to use the labels too much. I know that that's unhelpful. Diagnostically do each type has particular tendencies toward different Kind of mental health struggles and which is helpful to know if whether you are that type or you're having to be in relationship with that type right so for example you know. Let's face it. There are among the say twos codependency. Twos and nines. Codependency would not be an unusual sort of issue that's happening in in their lives or this addiction to relationships finding either self esteem or Merging with with another personality right another person For the nine three. Sometimes three's and seven's narcissistic tendencies right For fours you Issues around abandonment. is almost universal for force depression very often seen in fours and fives but for very different reasons. Five seven sort of a natural tendency. I think at times to sort of teeter on the edge of nihilism right. They they they. You know it's like that's why there's the bomb the any graham between the five and the four. That gap is often called the void because fours and fives can both fall into that. So fives with the pressure. For different reasons than force do is because they get to the end of their intellect and real think to themselves. Everything's meaningless everything everything. Has you know the the they're the ones that too much. Nietzsche and fall through the cracks. So then you know sixes obviously anxiety right generalized anxiety sevens narcissism as well something narcissistic features rite aid sort of oppositional. Right behaviors and nines more dependent personality issues of oftentimes found the graham helpful..

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"shouli" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"shouli" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"With. I was trying to more. We had going just business around. The mutual friendship never seen which ended up one night came out with the boys knocking back a few drinks brazilian s and the quick wink. What i grabbed my attention. They're bringing made me think we went back to a place having a nice time. Good sex by places. Red wine came home the next day and everything was fine stress on your face agassi. What's on your mind. away pavements. Say can't go away. That's a one and say you what don't months later gets a little more active receiving takes from these ladies. That come from different complexions that claim that you have in mind maybe has rejected you. Come across it. Their rocket back in bags as we. You need to sound for that seat. You will have done anything. Just be with me told me that i was just the dog. It should have to love place to backing into trump. Were gone that night. I had to play to cool. Do ro unexpected result somewhat idea all i never knew me messing with me so i'm talking with my decision having a winds blow on not to give you myself. I must admit. I do with my play both but you were different. Mike appear go. And that's the end into how rows we killin one slowdowns though she says old one shouli if ball nodding on you rat love thank Back show into.

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"shouli" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"shouli" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"In the game I stopped watching because I wanted to discover them for myself not have them spoiled. But they get a lot farther in there. Let's play than I do in my single stream because of course, they're doing an edited series. So they're putting a lot more hours and they're further ahead than I am they started back in August I think, yes I used to play on the forever stranded lost souls with chosen architects Oh. Yeah. So he hung out before we I think we played some High Pixel Games awhile back as well. Guy He's as he strikes me as A. Really Nice Dude very articulate really good content very easy to listen to his time lapse that he's a really cool builder to like he does some really fun stuff. It's not just all about the tech mods with him. It's not just progression yet. It's like well, progressed enough today I've discovered like sixty blocks. Let's make something pretty out of them, which is I find really really interesting is how I wanted to approach my play through what I was hesitant about doing in my playthrough was. Starting from scratch again. As interesting as it was to do the one sixteen adventure to the other, I have no desire to go back to stone pickaxes Shouli years of endgame a however, this MoD pack gives you the opportunity to really get going in a hurry. Specifically. If you find village. So as a tip for anybody that might WanNa try this you go into villages and there's just a lot of things in terms of. The food packs, they're in their the different things that you get for drops and materials. You can find an awful lot of stuff in the chests in villages to really get yourself going I haven't had to kill animal for food or plant and harvest any food. I've just been collecting stuff and it's been fine. So that worked out great. Yeah we we joked about this off camera but I was watching Vod of your stream and you found lettuce tomatoes and bread and I was really hoping you were GonNa Find Bacon 'cause I was like the Lt is going to happen and..

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Zoologists Successfully Get Bengal Tigers To 69 In Captivity

The Topical

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Zoologists Successfully Get Bengal Tigers To 69 In Captivity

"It's being hailed as quite an achievement today as conservationist at the San. Diego. Zoo were able to successfully get a pair of Bengal tigers to sixty nine in captivity joining us. Now with more is one of the researchers responsible for the breakthrough accomplishment San, Diego, zoo director. Mason Shouli Mason. Thank you for joining us. It's my pleasure. Thank you for having me. So Mason, this is being called a major breakthrough in conservation history why conservation methods are always aimed at accurately duplicating an animal's natural habitats at unfortunately, our habitats now just weren't accurate enough to make the animals feel comfortable hanging out like they do in the wild. so in their natural habitats there regularly. Sixty nine, each other yes. Mutual oral sex is a necessary and healthy part of any big cat sexual repertoire, their sex positive animals. So they typically want to give and receive equal parts whenever their partners in the mood they typically go for hours in the wild but went on and we're con are to Bengal cats went down on each other for forty five minutes. He was more than we could hope for

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"shouli" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"shouli" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I am here to admit that at 48 years old is a die hard baseball boy where we're going. That I've never played fantasy baseball. I am not either. I just played. I've played finishing football. Maybe three seasons. It's been longer than was gone by quicker. You you've been in at least six or seven years away. Really Sure. How long have we had that league? Miller? That what I was going to be at least four. Maybe five. Yeah, I don't think it's it does fly. I don't feel like my life's any better because of it. I really don't I mean like it, it's been OK, Sundays more fun for you. Not really. I'm Millard because it's a money making opportunity for him because he out about weasels. Everybody will say the problem for a while, I think is where The wild on Sylvie Shouli, which is the only one that you participate in. That is a 16 team league, so it's very the rosters air deep. I'm starting guys like me and our payout. Like isn't really doesn't like to do the waiver, wire and stuff like, you know, and there are a couple years, but I watched it. It's just I don't think the payout Is lucrative enough for Waddle to really get into. No. Now you're that's not me. I think that's an inappropriate depiction of me and my fantasy. I've asked for Miller's first help. At times, I think it would not. But I think if we had a date begin screwed anyway. Continue with with some advice because you wanted the player that I had never done. I think you did. I think you gave me some advice. Here's by. Here's my suggestion. This is to put some Mohr Fun on the Chicago baseball season that we think is going to be fun because it's going to be a sprint. Both teams Khun B. Good with the four of us, you guys like gambling these days. Here's what I'm suggesting. I'm suggesting tomorrow we do a fantasy baseball draft involving Onley Chicago baseball players Now I don't know how fantasy baseball is run on what the point totally. But I would suggest some sort of all we need to start guys is like a daily..

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Bigfoot Shares an Update on How Hes Handling the Coronavirus

The Howard Stern Show

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Bigfoot Shares an Update on How Hes Handling the Coronavirus

"Show. I did tell you that we had not heard from bigfoot but I do have a bigfoot update and that finally just with this because of corona. It's really weird. He did check in with us but in typical bigfoot fashion. I mean literally. It's been months since we heard from him. Shouli had been trying to track them down. We couldn't get a hold of him and I mean we do have a phone number into his house and sal or something. But I don't know what was going on. But he wasn't picking up and we didn't know we feared he was in hiding or in jail or dead but last week this is just so in keeping with bigfoot bigfoot called former Howard one hundred news reporter Jon Lieberman at now. Lieberman hasn't worked with US per year. He doesn't work here anymore. Lieberman quickly being the excellent news person he is and since he receives superior training from me. Howard Stern Lieberman was able to record the call so we can hear POW bigfoot to doing so thank you John for that right off the bat. Bigfoot said he didn't have corona virus. He wanted everyone to know. But who knows you know he might still get it but so far so good. Here's Big Fund Mark. I'm Li- Hey It's Jon Lieberman during much what's going on. How are you doing? I wanted to check got too close wires yet. You don't have it yet. No I or no fever. I got a little bit of time. You have a runny nose cough but no fever. Fever what about body aches. No M- real body aches. Nellie you go show partial good only to symptoms. That's it but I think he always had a cough because he smokes and he. Yeah he's always had a terrible cough. Bigfoot is not exactly sticking to the quarantine this might shock you rub and he's still going out and it sounds like he's turned his home into a bar like a like a like hang. Hang out listen to this and see what you get out of it. How have you been doing with the lockdown? No the neural. I'm going once in a while. What have you been going out to do all going to go? Slow shop cigarettes all kinds of good stuff. So you're not staying inside. Oh you're not staying inside you know why because I have things to do. Run ALONG GHERKINS BUSINESS. So people are coming into your home blown. Yes and you think that's okay. You think that bar we out cigarette slow game. We smoked by wrinkle wind. Gore's we're go- area now and now a net slow but thinks he's running a loansharking business which I'm wondering around loansharking business. I think he probably worked for a loan shark or and I guess he's the enforcer you see him on the door you pay up you pay what you right? That's the only figure but he seems to have turned his home into a bar. So that concerned us of course concern. Jon Lieberman report him. He's violating the lockdown. But he claims he social distancing even though he's not worried about catching the corona virus. He's it's weird listened to more. What about social distancing can't stand you what what about social distance thing? That's so I gotta run coming over. Tomorrow would get me high. Yes but social. Distancing is gang Isley. Six-speed away from people. This is the way for them on top of them so when they come to your house you stay six feet away. Yes someone like that. Yeah how concerned are you about Corona virus concerns on? I don't care by gender not bigfoot attitude to have well. I don't care whether I catch it or not. Bigfoot says he still renting rooms out in his apartment. He's going businesses. He's a loan shark. He's got a bar. Tell Jon Lieberman try to get more details? But bigfoot again had trouble hearing him. This is a constant problem. I guess big foot's developed a hearing problem. Listen to this exciting exchange. Are you still renting rooms out? Even through Corona virus are you. What are you still renting rooms out? Even though corona. I don't think that's down say survive. Are you sharing bathroom and here you? Why are you sharing the bathroom and kitchen here? You are you sharing the bathroom and the kitchen again okay. I'll try you later. I'll try I'll try you a little later. Going pretty exciting it's comforting. I think to know that some things. Don't

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"shouli" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

Comfort in Death and Darkness

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"shouli" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

"That's pretty harrowing. Some of the visceral sounds she makes sound like it would genuinely hitch after a short bio. So if she was just doing this. It's hard to imagine that she would have been able to keep this up for the entire Jewish of the recording. I'm not transferring the whole thing. There will be a link in the show notes as I've said but I'm going to cherry pick a couple of things that she said at one point. The priest asks analyst to tell him more eventually she replies by saying that must be obedience to the pope. The pastas must preach again from the pulpit that I exist and not mislead the people I that that fish and the priest then asks that the devil exists no unless replies with yes that must be made known to the people in response the priests starts to recite the Lord's prayer and then commands had to tell him more in the name of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit again. The translation is almost as hiring as the actual recording. Whatever was quote unquote possessing. Idolise made her voice quite clearly become a far cry from what her natural voice was even without ever hearing at least actual voice before you can almost guarantee that her real voice was lost in amongst the events of the Axis. `ISMs fortunately the story doesn't have a happy ending on July. First nineteen seventy six and lease would pass away in her home. The autopsy that followed stated that her death was the result of malnutrition and dehydration. She was in a near starved. State for almost an entire year while the exorcisms were performed with her only keeping on any nutrients in tiny amounts of death and lease weighed a mere thirty kilograms. That's sixty eight pounds or four stone ten pounds with her weight that low. It's a wonder how she survived for as long as she did at bones were broken in her knees. Ju to having to continuously genuflect. That's the act of bending down on me. She couldn't move without the help of others and also was suffering from pneumonia. All sounds atrocious. And at the risk of sounding a bit to dock maybe death was a better sense. Her life constant exorcisms. Shouli at some point during the ten straight months of up to four hour XS. Someone had to think that maybe this wasn't working purely in a bid to spare and at least pain towards the end of her life. Judah her death and Lisa's parents and the two priests who green that performed decks zooms Ernst Alt- and Arnold Rennes which charged with negligent homicide. They were all go on to be found. Guilty of manslaughter would be sentenced to six months in jail. Which would later be suspended and received three years of probation. That is absolutely nothing in exchange for a life especially when considering that the case was just a misidentification of mental illness. That's according to author John.

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Bobo Records a Goodbye Message to His Loved Ones After His Finger Treatment  The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Bobo Records a Goodbye Message to His Loved Ones After His Finger Treatment The Howard Stern Show

"Stern show Shouli talked to bubble later. That day Bobo said he did something stupid after the treatment but wouldn't say what it was surely pressed him on it Boba but finally admitted he had recorded a goodbye message to everyone in his life because he felt he was going to die from his finger. Infection here in an exclusive is goes after he had trained this Baba's message I got back from the doctor's office and I'm in a tremendous amount of pain due to to an infection and my finger and the dock could a small needle and to my finger with the infection isn't squeeze the pus Out and but there's a lot more in there he said which has to get surgically probably be moved if it doesn't go away day until Oh and throbbing the hand that's going up my hand and my arm I just feel like it's going to go to my heart and kill me and I just feel this might be my last goodbyes. I really mean it. I'm not fucking around here and you know my family and you know I. I don't know what they would be lost without me like the glue that holds them together. And how would you know picking up on me will use and putting up on my phone calls and and the fans you know the ones who hate me the ones who love me. You know this this is really tough on me right now you know when you get to this plateau on in life. You know you don't know what's going to happen. You know this could be the end and I just WanNa say man you a great guy you always been in my corner and I thank you for it. Good Lord but this fucking pain man. I just got a paint shot at my ass tubes to help subside. The pain and I have of a finger. Oh my God I got to cut off your hand Bobo I got again. I got a message. Mike this from Robin after she had cancer didn't even get a message like he saw me a day after I didn't hear any. Did you hear that never complained to bit Howard Stern show.

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The CEO Mindset Hacks She Used to Build an Empire

The Goal Digger Podcast

12:34 min | 3 years ago

The CEO Mindset Hacks She Used to Build an Empire

"Give us a glimpse glimpse into your story there is so much that you've done and so much that this happened leisurewear you are today so how did you find yourself in the world of business and what was was a journey like for you reaching title of CEO while i actually started in hartford america and actually didn't expect or want to be the our planets be your the reason why i was actually pushes my destiny was because i had a experience in corporate america on that was jarring for me metality about entrepreneurship america and working for myself and i remember feeling out of control role i was in a position to bow out of the job that i was barely attached to because i really want to be in a way it was just not accent one bad apple not the whole company operated this way but this particular manager really did create parable working environment for me that made me reconsider my assess it so as i got more food that and move this with different apartment away from that that juror i i thought about how i take control to charge of my leg my life and my destiny and only way i felt shouli arly do that it by through entrepreneurship in bologna away his i felt like situations on it yet so wasn't implant it came for my back against the wall in a very uncomfortable position and as a woman that has been used to oh fighting for everything end just having an environment of the error what happens as as a result either you level up and it was all automated or you get buried in sand and i decided to level up and get myself out of it and you'd myself out of that situation in poverty as the youth growing up with sarah are seen success in all my family members you know impoverished in while there and knowing what out of college and just reading this little rise patients paycheck in while money's on everything i certainly it can help ease the stress of some some of the key basic survival needs no and so in i am i'm happy to the position now to be above beyond these and a and be able to provide or my future generation her family millions of our freon for me and this is a freedom that could have jumped out in amazing so what was the first thing that you did like i feel like so many people can relate to the fact that you are finding yourself building a ladder and you're still building it on someone else's building you know you're climbing this ladder that you don't even wanna be see there anymore so what did you do what was your first step to become an entrepreneur i had like eight hours amid cheese i was intel corporation which is a very really really competitive environment so you look at a brand or business says fully working at least that's what intel because you it requires so much of you to lead a go into a job that i can actually have more flexibility because i knew i needed to have an opportunity to make money in the family household bills in rebus every penny from curls curls into alamo into our visor om coast selling legal drugs that i had the pass drugs i had cardi vassal tour norvasc by akra everything everything that all i got was sexually well some good at my job so i was able to complete my tests i knew and carlson rose from so where did you get the idea curls and how did it kind of evolved from an idea to a profitable business well well i was new natural mother or natural options for my here even though we could not you know at the time we had for we're women call her perms relaxers one of my hair and i was decided to look into creating a business that i could obviously enjoy enjoy myself and i before i launched so i did my diligence to see if this will be a sustainable business and sure enough they were many many other women who were also transitional former last year natural there was a movement happening and i lost in the cost of that newly natural movement where we saw relaxing allowed a soft relaxing straighten their hair and really started going back just embrace a natural texture and across came at the right time and it was really i need headline like most assists attack me that you still that's kind of always great success story typically can run from that story mine fine if you find a need untapped and u. n. u. billet and coma beyond that that need and then you can catch the market absolutely so i mean you went from pharmaceuticals in running the company what did those early days look like for you as you are starting curls oh well oh on the ground pearls i had senior oh my gosh it wasn't sanity her anything that happened remember much was really i was zombie i i just had to work i was so hash by determined that i just worked in more work than work and worked into until it worked art i think one of the biggest questions i get asked a love to know your response is how did you know when it was the right time to leave leave your safe job that you had and go all in on your business like why did that transition look like for you well it's a very harsh in derby you could do both for so long to ball yeah and one day i said i can do this i can i'm gonna lead in december as that enjoy i'm leaving december and then come september manager said we're having a straight of layoffs and worry in was it was like oh my god i was praying to off one say please let me at all and so i was laid off and they got a summer were overstaffed in some areas so absorbed and i got a severance package delete louis into beautiful pay that is amazing i feel like sometimes it's like standing on a ledge and you need to just be pushed off and so what a perfect transition make you really go for it out it really pushed me into it and i'm very deserted i'm not a big gambler yeah it's all i want to do things the way i operate start small grow six five and before he become visible you know any get up and get everything great afford to go live in in front of the masses and so that in england do sell doing it the way i was really really really concentrated and then about it to a point where okay four years of continual growth probably this job exponential exponential growth every year three say people were on so then it became a oh my gosh i have to sustain this so the even more aggressive with my work and continue to grow the business and so it's been that kind of role on the brand process when i imagine your the growth chart a he shut it is just straight upward in i know that as you grow in scale there is always growing pains around the corners can you gonna walk walk me through some of the different seasons that you walk through as curls continued to grow and grow and grow didn't see fence while all the starter was probably the most exciting yet raining time i was very excited because you you a fresh and then i have this of the cycle of or period of just head down working so in a little bit of cabin fever just misao sacrifice a lot actually unesco sacrifice init- boom go was the best day year i know three of my life when target call brand called need for meeting and and it had been maybe six years us underground i'll call underground brand we were well received within our community but we're not in retail at all who were dot com only we mostly that had reached out you know local stores target because the prior target category smells with her relaxed attitude saying why going down out now district research underground brands like earls really can't you xavier and she wanted to try to do the exponential growth targets shots egotistic ingredient amazing up to the brand and the company sells figures that we kind of we we had that nice ri- for three years in fourth year talk plateau whenever he plateau get worried the next step is to go down innovation commitments are innovating mass in my story now is he my key lesson learn during that stay all time is the horns of evolution in utah or you will dissolve and that's what the bread for will continue to fall in areas of development bringing it products you the consumer ashi needs it one of the benefits and person having a brand that's owned by the consumer i am but the respond quickly seething super example we saw that zuma's talk a lot is not a cheddar a mind about why sponsor and you know in our community like a loved rice on it because this this ancient chinese secret about how rice water have been used in china for so long to roll here at as strength in at she and they just use the use the water they rinse before the rice and they would use that as lee wrote a wastewater so quickly the two plus years around in like three months i love you i love action takers like that i am the same same way i'm like let's get an idea let's execute let's test it and put it out into the universe yes i love that can you one thing that i think a lot of women struggle with n and i feel like you own this in every sense of the word is the title CEO like when i see failure presence i feel like you are just uses powerful woman who is unapologetically showing up in the world do you feel that zoo or is that something you battling days thank you fast there's so many things have happened so people out sometimes you feel how as he will go that you are because a young very involved with my company and when their challenges challenges you know all human nature and and so i i feel like it's a lot of ups and downs until i saw a diagram on instagram was a pitcher about entrepreneurship and show down row increase flags in yes yes a hundred percent

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