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"siedle" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

07:05 min | 8 months ago

"siedle" Discussed on Probably Science

"To the drawings of the whiskers moving based on emotion clenching the whiskers go back when you're feeling pleasure and they go forward with their feeling pay as well so I mean the the. This looks a lot about the ears also. Yeah yeah the years are moving a great deal but we all knew that we always knew that ears means alertness. Probably fear right. Yeah we've always on this. Yeah look at that and look. Oh Oh oh look at this last this last one yet with the joy and it's got the little th- Oh and shows the arrows shows where things go you see. Choi on here is joy if you go to the third of the if you click underneath it's the third one and it's got arrows. Aware things are going. Oh is it but convulsing that's interesting so it says here. In this article the main benefit of discovery of mouse facial expressions is that it is now possible to identify mechanisms giving rise to emotions. This is previously a problem without the reliable measurements of emotions. It's been difficult to study that origins in the brain we. Humans says Dole Snack. Who's the study's lead author? We humans made notice a simple facial change in the mice but we can only recognize the emotion behind it with a great deal of experience and can hardly evidence of innocence determine its intensity with our ultimatum face recognition system we can now measure the intensity nature of emotion on a time scale of milliseconds. Compare it to the neuronal activity and relevant brain areas. One such brain area is the insular cortex which is associated with emotional behavior and the perception of emotions in animals and humans. So so I guess they can. They can use this to in various ways simultaneously study which neurons firing in the brain at the same time. As you're looking at a mouse's face and detecting whether it is tasting something unpleasant or pleasant and scared or not scared so if I can get one of these machines does it mean. I can in an appreciable way improve my relationship with my mouth. Yeah I think so. I think you can really make some breakthroughs. It's good I feel like he's been distant. Tell you this. I don't think you need this stupid machine. I think you could tell your mouth. Fields of basic instinct basic. Yeah the Nice always made it. I mean I don't know that when you had mice couldn't you tell when the mice mouse like sometimes to be affectionate sometimes whether it was like you could tell? I don't think I don't think I was a good mouse owner. I'm going to be honest with you. Danny I don't think I did enough petting all playing with this mouse to be able to. I remember my playing identify a range of emotions. Well my friend Lily in had a pet rat or mouse. I'm trying to remember witch for forever and that but that thing was like trained very they were they were buddies and then my friend is a Kid. Chinchilla and I think a bunch had mice. I felt like they had like you know personalities. You did have pets yourself. Danny or did you have. We had we had a little. Noah's Ark going. We always have to of everything so we had like two dogs. Two cats two birds We had a tortoise. Lived for like forever We Tortoise what else we just roll around the back yard or was it. An indoor tortoise or hunted work So it was my dad. I mean he's back in the day before nine eleven. He was in up in Virginia. He he went to California for something somebody who was like. Oh do you want this baby tortoise and so he literally said like he slipped it in his pocket took it on a plane and brought it back to us and then this tortoise grew to be like massive huge tortoise. Go through like a head of lettuce a day. Maybe two huge tortoise and so during the winter it hibernates so during the winter we would bring it inside and it would live in. It's a little thing and like Kinda come out but for the most part just like sleeping. It's little area but then during the Spring and summer my dad built like a little pen for it and it would it would roam around and it's a little pen outside curious. The person who gave this to your dad was he an old Asian gentleman and a Curio Shop. Did it come with any stipulations? About how be honest? It's one of these stories. Where like you know. It's a kid you dad like shows up. And he's like he's like. I snuck this tortoise on a plane. Toya's you're like all right and the you get the more you're like what happened. What what what do bats poker game but we loved? The Tortoise Tortoise was great and it was very sweet and you could pet it it would let you It would let you like new. It would let you pet under its Chin like stick its head out. They don't ever bite but they're not snapping anyway that they don't get agitated or rating up. I I mean it'll do. It's little tortoise. Hiding thing and it bites eats lettuce and we eat lettuce really snaps down but it was very sweet towards asked me. We were its owner. Siedle loved us. Our neighbors our next door neighbors. When I was a kid had a pet tortoise that would escape with alarming regularity. Well I didn't WanNA is so famously. Slow moving the number of times we get a ring on the doorbell and go like is he in the garden. Izzy annual garden. Now well I I'll tell you. I didn't want mentioned as part of the story but Maggie. The Tortoise Ran Away Maggie. We never found her. She got out of the penguins. Could we could have. We searched the. We'd like acres woods behind my house and we like search the woods. We couldn't find her. She's out and we made. This is live for a long time. Maggie could still the out that very happily roaming the woods of Virginia. She for sure. Isn't she know? Survival instincts. Hibernation works in the wild. Gosh I think she's probably very very dead. We were really hoping I think we were gonNA donate her to zoo at some point because she was getting so big we were like we can't take care of this thing really if you buy something that has a longer life span than you. You're you're just burdening your descendants at a certain point you know side. Have you seen tiger king at this point by the way we I? I'm only halfway through it right now. I've watched I've watched all of it. I watching on Netflix Party. Which if you haven't tried that yet as a reasonably decent plugging browser plug in that. Lets you coordinate? Watching things on Netflix with friends So I'm currently watching it with amongst others friends of the show ceremony nick..

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"siedle" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"siedle" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"R. now we're just under way second half of the second semi final game we start the same way with the first the dry sinal make David with your Donald they bring it in the shooter to save made by one of big jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck Connor Hellebuyck on one side big say Dave brick on the other side the changes so drag around the Connor McDavid they'll drop it back tomorrow you're done over time for for entering the second set at ten minutes the point run a little line make David to dry sidles and how about that IT but it the padding goes in and the Pacific Division regains the lead it's five go for Pacific over central there's those two that had a couple of shifts without touching the puck right Connor McDavid and Leon dry Siedle a two on one they had time they add space inside the blueline they took their time and dry subtle with the pass across and or plot McDavid party with the pass across the dry subtle all in one motion scores a goal so the kid entry advocate installing came bring up Michael line he won a backhander Riddick will make the save David Riddick object goaltender the Calgary flames run over the line Tomas Hertl lone representative from San Jose brings it over a patch you're ready that part is not the fact that it's intercepted pains got it became a slowdown treating a three on one was tall and McKinnon McKinnon shooting an optical above Riddick it goes into the corner recovered by stall back then again and trying to force it download a keen Thatcher ready bring it up by fertile right back in life for Pacific colonel far Winkle Petar shooting hello again the whole body hugging oppose they sent away you know the wait soon ski in a cheer for Kate again you know Chris you mean you mention native McKinnon well he ends up being the defense been back the forward that has to play defense there's a three on one against him they come up with the say been right in front of the net is were McKinnon is he just picks it up throws it down the.

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"siedle" Discussed on Eater's Digest

Eater's Digest

08:37 min | 11 months ago

"siedle" Discussed on Eater's Digest

"And just see where life takes right and it probably won't be the most mind blowing casual spot spot you can say I just found this place wandered in. We'll be right back with the biggest stories of the week. The holidays are behind us and saw the heading meals and concentrating that goes with drinking the celebrate drinking to relax stringed Atari your family. It's a lot so if you're looking for something to drink while you're not drinking checkout checkout seed lip see left is the world's first still non alcoholic spirit. It has no sugar no calories and comes. In three complex balanced varieties spice ninety four an aromatic blended Jamaican all spice vary cardamom and citrus peel. Grow Forty to a celebration of all things orange and citrus and garden eight slightly hobby. Herbal blend see lip is a perfect condition to any burkhard try their signature serve two ounces of siedle it topped by a little ginger Ale plus a lemon wheel or a lime wedge even sprig of Rosemary. If you're feeling fancy or get crazy and serves seed Your way give them a try for yourself and taste what. Some of the most celebrated bartenders Michelin Star Chefs. All over the world already love go. RECEIVERSHIP DRINKS DOT com slash. US learn more that see lip drinks dot com slash us. This episode is sponsored by butcher box. Wchs but your box is a pretty exciting new meal delivery service that focuses on one thing shipping all kinds of incredible. Meet to your doorstep so you can spend less time at the grocery store and more time just living your life but your box sends you a monthly delivery of high quality. Humanely raised me and it's cheaper than going to the grocery store Daniel. You got a box the box put your box. Let cuts did you get. What did you think tell me about it? Listen you get some steak you get some pork and chicken depending on your box you can. Also also I've salmon you can customize it I think the thing that is most important to me with. Football is the grass-fed grasp. Finish school you know. We are big proponents of that here. Here we are. We sure are so you can actually enjoy the convenience of monthly deliveries of fresh vacuum packed meat free of antibiotics and added hormones and avoid that extra trip to the grocery restored with butcher box and right now at two pounds of Salmon for free plus an extra twenty dollars off your first box. Just go to butcher box dot com slash eater and use Promo Code Eater At checkout that's put your box dot com slash eater or use Promo Code Eater Daniel time for some stories all right and I tell you my favorite story Laurie from past couple of weeks. It's the crashing pantry story. I don't know anything about this. Okay great so I enjoy this by the way. Yeah we've had a month to generate stories. I know but you look back on stories from last month. And they just feel so old they sure do credit. Starting fresh New Year new stories like the Kim Kardashian pantry story because I was off last week travelling in Oaxaca and that means I wasn't reading the food news but this one crossed the threshold for coming because it was in some texts A friend of mine texted go look at Kim Kardashian in stories right now and I did. And you weren't disappointed. I was not disappointed. Take me through. I went back and read the slacks of our eater team. I think they were like who cares. But being being in my bubble on vacation this is basically she instagram. The picture of her in front of her fridge and the fridge just had water and milk in it like a bunch of milk. That's surprising three different kinds of milk. Many dairy milk. I think varieties as of milk. So maybe there was an oatmeal. Maybe there's an almond milk and dairy milk okay and then multiple cartons of each and a ton of glass bottles water so she instagram's instagram's this and people went nuts saying like what is. Where's the food while you're some milk and water fridge? So she did an instagram story. Okay saying listen. That's just one of my fridges. Yeah gave a whole tour of her pantry and her real walk in restaurant style. Fridges walk in Fridge. Oh yes she does cool. Yeah I mean this is not surprising to many people because obviously she's rich so of course. Her pantry is elaborate but you gotTa Love Tours of elaborate pantries so her pantry is just full of all these glass jars of Seattle. All right and then she she has all these jars of different kinds of sprinkles and then she shows her froyo machine. Oh she has a program so it's like an eight year old high tens of millions of dollars to create a pantry. It's like I would just put sprinkling cereals and put clothes milk. Yeah and then she went to a real kitchen and show this beautiful full array in her walking bridgeable vegetables and snacks. Okay so that was like her kid fridge. I don't know if it's the kid fridge or just like they all of cereal. That's pretty great. I mean I never have enough half-milk home at that has absolutely nothing to do with this. She has so much just cartons upon cartons surprising to me. Is that her kitchen dairy in there. I'm sorry probably heard it well. No she's four kids so maybe some of them drink dairy choosing. There's so many different kinds of milk. 'cause the kids all like different things. Oh okay that's nice. Her a kitchen itself didn't seem all that stylish. I'm unclear what you really like about. This story is it that she has just milk in the fridge in one is just like I. You like celebrity tours of Pantries and fridges. I hate that genre of food writing like that. Always Pitch magazines so and so's fridge but it's always boring people like I don't care what's in this chefs fridge always like champagne in a bottle of water. I can't dozens of glass jars filled with cereals. And then racks sprinkles calls love it. Yeah right because she cares. What's in her house and she has basically infinite money so renzo do anything? What what do you do with ten million dollars design your dream pantry situation? What is it stock to? I'll tell you what's in mine anchovies from you could still do that by the way anchovies. Aren't that expensive. Even the best anchovies you can probably afford starting now some fancier Jovis last week. Daniel was the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. It sounds like the worst of it I would never want to go there. Why does it sound like the worst thing in the world to you? Just a bunch of tech people people trying to promote their weird curvy. TV Ass. And I think the timing is rough. 'cause it's right after new years. Yeah so I think a lot of people probably want to be there. Also Vegas Vegas isn't my FAV- No I don't think it's anyone save. They've really if Vegas is your favorite. You know what that's strange. No I know some people were vegas is their favorite okay. So they're not trying to them okay but anyway. This is where people show off the newest electronics. Greatest Tech innovations of the year. There are a couple of food ones. None of them. Sound all that exciting. There's one did you see the one about the trash can. Okay yeah the trash gas mart. Trash cans. Yeah where it relies the bag bag for you. Is that for you and it seals the top of it once it's full when it knows it's fall you don't need that voice activated Faucet K.. This is the silliest one it was it was unreal a leak detector. Jeez yeah I would absolutely love love to hear. This thing. Saying leaking leaking voice activated Faucet. This is the thing. When are you? K- the only. Let's come up with a circumstance where you would need voice activated Faucet. Let's say you have drive past In a pot. And you're just waiting to cover it with water like if you you put that in the sink at a time and then you're walking towards it and you know that you need to start filling it with water like but you could just put the water on ahead of time and leave it on the stove. I literally can't think of any reason you would need a voice activated Faucet. Reason would be if your hands are very dirty and yelling to stop there you go. Yeah they have those things now those faucets that you can just kind of touch so you could touch it with your arm and the foster would turn on that so this would be like contact. Yeah.

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"siedle" Discussed on Eater's Digest

Eater's Digest

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"siedle" Discussed on Eater's Digest

"Sure that that it doesn't happen like I don't want anybody going more than five minutes over there. I don't want to be going over there at all right like five minutes starting to like stress out all right. What am I going to due to move this around James this like sometimes we're host that can be like I can be a little overrated? I'm like all right. No here's what we're going to come back three minutes later. I thought I thought about gotTA differently. This is what we're what. What are your moves? How do you actually do it because you like any any place? You're pro like going to have like flex tables right until like tables that if I want to can sit sit three people or four top. Five people We have a attendant tables in the basement. Sometimes weekend I'll be like I'm gonNA bring up another two adopt connected to this other two top top right because I've five a little bit of flexibility. Yeah but if people do get over there wait. I'll usually like go up to them in this kind of segues goes into. The next topic is at the bar and say they're like fifteen minutes over there. Wait I'll be like. Hey you guys like. Do you have any food allergies restrictions and I'll like have the kitchen send out like cucumbers or something. Thanks that while they're like looking over the menu because at this point they're like Hungary and that's what I think that's why people are so mean to hosts 'cause they're like starving in a host is the the only person in a restaurant who tells you know like everybody else Holy Shit. Yeah Yeah I think about that all the time. That's the only like my job is to figure out ways to say yes to people we'll in whatever that means in the host is literally the only person who's like boom that's the only get in the whole place. Yeah everything else. We're just here to make nick make sure you have a good time. But then usually people like hit their table like say fifteen minutes late and you hit him with a light snack. They're like well thank you boss. This is really going to tide me over until you know so you can think about the menu. This episode is sponsored. By Rossi's rotties is making stylish shoes as for women and girls that are insanely comfortable fully machine washable. which I'd argue is an underrated feature rotties flats are a sustainable? They're stylish. They're made out of recycled plastic water bottles. They've diverted over thirty five million bottles landfills already. And they're just getting started. I've got a pair of the rockies sneaker in black and I love it because it's it's super casual I can wear it around on the weekends But also it has a ton of support so I can be on the day I can walk really far and I don't really get tired aired or my feet don't hurt And also because it's the beginning of the New Year. I'm thinking a lot about sustainability and I appreciate that these are made out of recycled materials and are good for the earth so check out all their stylish and sustainable styles at RAF dot com slash. Peter That's R. O.. T. H. why S. dot com slash eater to get your new favorite Plaques Comfort Style and sustainability. These are the shoes you've been waiting for. Go to rocky's DOT COM slash Peter. Today the holidays are behind us and so are all the heavy meals and constant drinking. That goes with them. Drinking to celebrate. Celebrate drinking to relax during tolerate your family it's it's a lot if you're looking for something to drink when you're not drinking checkout seed let see lip. It's the world's first is still non alcoholic spirit. It is no sugar and no calories and comes. In three complex and balanced varieties spice ninety four an aromatic blend of Jamaican all spice very cardamom and citrus. Peel grow forty to a celebration of all things orange and citrus and garden one zero eight a slightly hoppy herbal bland. See Lip is a perfect perfect addition to any bar card try their signature serve two ounces of siedle top by a little ginger l.. Plus a lemon wheel or a lime wedge even his finger Rosemary. If you're feeling fancy or get crazy and serve slip your way gives you a little bit try for yourself and taste what some of the most celebrated bartenders and Michelin.

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"siedle" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"The wonderful project that you are leading and I want to spend some some time and talk about your kick sugar campaign and your rewards project campaign because literally it is becoming a movement in the UK you K.. Is that fair to say yes it is that is it. I get more dental professionals. A mental team members to integrate and to the discussing patients about how they can actually get healthier. Get off sugar. We're so lucky. As dentists being the first people the pool of cool when when while patients diets gang slightly off kilter way see the damage. The sugar does to that teeth and gums within a few months with lucky to actually Betas gatekeepers Something's going wrong here. And the full the good to type two diabetes Cardiovascular Disease Obesity ask Ah cancers that we can actually say. Hey let's do something about it eight you know. Of course I know the genesis behind this project But I I would like our listeners to know the motivation and Genesis to this project. Would you be kind enough to share Some slots about why you wanted to spearhead this project. Yes show Gary Leah. I'm a parent of three children and I was getting more and more. I'm frustrated by a all the sugar trish to them all day long Martin my Daughter was too and she had a I had cats and she was so excited is to be like like like mummy having a I had cap. Daddy's bit like Gary doesn't need as heck Mommy does she got really excited. You sat that really still had a Finished and I was with her. She said excited and as she sat down the first thing the headrest the did average average top of candy came out and said Hey we got emily done such a good job. Here's you can be his tree sitting. Still She's she. She looked at me. Like why am I having this autumn. Get candy a high and what what I needed and I say no. I need to do that. Wouldn't it be better to give you a certificate with the look of hair. Say well done emily coming to the headdress said she would then stick to go on the wool. We'll have friends and relatives would see that and advertise the business wealth and giving getting them bit of candy that excites fifth half an hour and then she forgets about afterwards so we need to do something about all the sugar this push to children and the more I research looked at my older children. School is that she realized the sugar. school should be Protected Zone sugar-free Zion. They should be taught nutrition and healthy eating. They shouldn't have to go and we realized that actually that have been pushed Old Day they're having more sugar in a day at school cool than that really. The recommended allowance in the whole week. I thought I can't. We need to do something about this. So we set up the charity rewards project looking at how we would without children with things other than food and sugar and then realize actually my older skit schools. They do well in the test. Chocolate bar is going on. Where where was the association between when we we do? Well we get through OV- sugar and then realized that the behaviors that we're learning as children will teaching our children and transfer and how we reward ourselves that Oh so we had a tough day. A lot of people within reach for chocolate boxes Themselves up on also whereas correlation. This is crazy so we've done more work with five hundred schools in the cat. Looking at West she comes into Eh Diets and how we can change the advice in playoff scenarios associated with that you can swap low sugar versions and does educate them as we have for sports day and I will give him the list the squash drinks and then giving Ciro balls saying. Why are you giving that to the the teachers know gang will then? The children need them for the energy. They went but Iran if they haven't got sugar insulin. Hey you're teaching. My children. Nutrition is going on here. It's the that's what they're rewards was set up when it's a registered charity. Now we're working with five-hundred schools looking at these things and giving them simple swaps to change it and from there it was like okay. This is not just a problem with our children. This is a global problem and with adults as well all of the reward and how we can look at it I mean is this is Nada simply a UK problem or a US problem. It's literally finally around the globe and there's a whole culture around sugary rewards. That is just as crazy as and I've actually had a talked more and more parents was fishy as a as a dentist were talking. And they're saying this is happening with my school then listening to me but there listen to you because is your dentist and you've got this charity so in writing to the schools on that Bohol saying hey this is wrong. This is the evidence to show is wrong. We need to do something combat so having an engagement now having conversations one school at times I WANNA change it. We want to have a sugar. Free School The manufactures of some some of the products are changing slightly but the the scary bidding on the same same must be in the. US is instead of just cutting down the sugar at slowly so people don't needed as much. They just putting official Sweden. So what's happening with craving that sweetness. I know the artificial sweeteners may not be giving us. Dental insult carries an abbot calorific problems but was still a pilot. Still craving that sweet taste. And the scariest thing I've noticed is ninety ninety. Five percent of toothpaste on the market at the moment have offficial sweetness in for the first thing we put in our house in the morning has got that sweet taste. And it's mad so pilot is like wildland aiming vending list sugars happening as if we're not then getting the sugar. We then create light more sugar and there's been Lazarus said if you have autism sweeteners. Use have more tweet than having no sweetness so saying Kate we need to do something about it and the best bit research. I found which I'll I'll send a post physio. Listeners can see is off the six days of cutting down on processed foods is not sufficient sweetness. Your pal recalibrate. So when you have something sweet distaste so sweet and so if anyone's try this down things newsline diet coke enough to you having off today. Seven suddenly so disgusting. Why did I even like that? And that's all it took was six six days six days. So what we've done is I've got together with the nutritionist and a couple of chefs Could Kick Suga which is go to a full team day Camila plan says go breakfast lunches and dinners for fourteen days all with low sugar all delicious foods and we realized actually that you can change flavors it just using natural herbs and spices. In Seoul's at Robin just chucking. Sugar Putin's Lazy it makes everything tastes Beca data. It hides batting gradients manufatures put in just because it's the preservatives. That makes editing cell and last longer. But we don't need to do that time so very simple. Recipes make Rayvey easy mo vegetables. I've shown ways that you can cook vegetables. Seven different ways to make it just so much tastier and then people that go through the fourteen days at the end of the go. Wow and then they can put back whatever they want afterwards but they realized that palace changed. And think wow. There's there's a whole lot of layers. I'm be missing all these different things have not had before just tastes different. There's like an awakening. I WANNA come back and we're going to talk a lot more about the book but I want to circle back a little bit and go back to rewards project for just a minute. We had a wonderful pre production discussion. You're on skype before I hit record and I'd love you to share With our listeners. Some of the cool things that you have found useful to swap. I think he used the word swap culturally so instead of do something Nice. Get something sugary. You've come up with some amazing swaps that Some of them. Frankly frankly have surprised you and I at the appreciation and the value of some of these. Would you mind sharing some of that with our listeners. Love to that was the one barrier. That would come up to be listening if I'm not going to give somebody a chocolate. But how do I give them. Talk is cheap and easy to get hold of us being lazy to think about it and we found actually the biggest surprises stickers. People laugh stick as doesn't matter how old they are. They actually love stick as we found this on. I started this off by. We've about seventy different stickers for our children when they come in they do well if the visit the dentist and we've started by when adults come in and they've done really well that bleeding schools go down. Oh they're plaques goals gone down that John you've done such a good job today and I'm really impressed by the way you're cleaning at. I think you deserve a sticker and they look at me like Mike and then kind of started in a cheeky way. Yes but in fact just joking a little bit and there's like you could Z.. Him regress in series childhood. A Gay yes. I do. Deserve a stick Jameson. Gap as the whole box is thick. And we've got about sixty different varieties of stickers the brand into a practices right branding for the practice and he put honest. I've I've been good at the dentist today. There was a sticker and he's got a thumbs up we stick thicket on him and he goes down to reception team the reception team looking and he's pointing out like down with him is points in the reception. Siedle what changed governor today. I've been good. It's got it really. I want our listeners. To understand to wear your practice is located. It's called Bow Lane. Bow Lane dental and you're located in the city of London City of London financial distances wool Strafe Wall Street. I mean that's the way I was going to describe it as it's virtually league the Wall Street district eventual district of of London so your patients primarily are very sophisticated professionals bankers lawyers accountants accounts and the funniest thing wearing these lovely suits and I got the sticky lapel on a cake. I'm proud of his Dick and we do more and more I'll stick with them and they love it and we give them a choice and they really engaged with them and they just patients like and we united already but patients light motivation and and acknowledgement when that trying hard because most of them all. We found that really well and and the thing is obviously we talked about. This without team is actually just recognition. When somebody does well you they've actually solve gone above and beyond is actually just coolum out and say John? Brilliant Lian I'm really impressed with that. Thank you so much for the way you've done that so we do that in the morning. Huddle we make sure that we call out two or three people have done something special and make sure everyone knows why they've been cool now and it just. We need.

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"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Has benchmark alert dot com. Please get us articles. He's very prolific writers great writer. You'll learn a lot more. So once again at the risk radio anytime anywhere on I tunes, Android, and all our programs are archived there. Rich, dad radio dot com. We are them. So you can listen. To this program again. And after listen to those you'll hear a lot more. You learn a lot more. But most importantly got your friends family business associates, the listen to this program and discuss it because trust me, this is the this is the next crisis, and it's on its way right now. And the worst thing is baby boomers, my age oughta time out of money. So even if a young person, you're going to say, well, what happens if my father, my grandfather has no place eleve-, whereas retirement has gone. What happens if his pension is bankrupt. What do I do? Then what do I do about kicking care of his health for health? That's why this Mitch tab program is critic at an insider view that Wall Street are bubble vision of the pup or the papers will never report. So anyway, thank you, Ted Sidell. And what's the first question? Our question today Robert comes from Sofia in New York favorite book, rich, dad, poor dad. She says Robert I hear you ringing the bell on the coming pension crisis. I'm nearing retirement age. But I'm fearful that something will. Happen and somehow not going to be able to access my pension in my retirement years. Do you know what happens to people's pensions, if a company closes or files for bankruptcy? First of all, thank you for paying attention to the rich, dad radio show, and I feel for your right now, as you know, the story of my rich dad and poor dad was my poor dad lost his job at fifty. And he never recovered yet. Nothing you spent his pension trying to start a business and had nothing. So if there's a compelling reason for me to create richdad, Portland Bush had company and talk and speak is because we're facing a crisis. I don't think anybody knows how big this crisis. I mean, I don't but as estimated to be over two hundred twenty five trillion dollar problem, unfunded. That's how much money they're short. So you think the last bailout was big that last Bill only like forty billion forty trillion. This is two hundred fifty trillion. So that's why I wrote rich dad's prophecy Krista companies form, but as your question. A big question is who is your insurance who has the insurance company behind your pension? If the PBGC the public pension benefit guarantee corporation is like the FDIC the federal deposit insurance corporation, so they FDIC backs up your savings. The trouble has FDIC is bankrupt. You know, if there's a run on the Bank, there's not enough money in the FDIC to cover that two hundred fifty thousand they promised me to get my money back so Kim, and I have a problem of excess cash and we and we started, bro. But we just kept following our plan as so we have two hundred fifty thousand dollars deposits all over different banks and all that. But what if FDIC is not there as a same thing with the PBGC benefit the pension benefit guarantee corporation. It's bankrupt. Also, the good news is you're early. You can do something about it before the crash comes. So again, that's why right. That's my talk. But my whole thing here is I I think it's important that you take responsibility for your education. Your financial education because our schoolteachers no nothing either as Ted Sidell talked about many of these pensions are run by managed by school. Tissues. Firefighters and all that people who know nothing and then Wall Street comes in with the private equity hedge funds and takes advantage of uneducated public public employee's, Selena, John I wish I some young lady. I wish a quick answer for you. But I don't, but I thank you for listening to this program in a thank Ted side elegant, and once again, you can submit your questions to ask Robert rich, dad radio dot com. Thankful this in the rich down radio show.

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05:09 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"I heard just recently that New Jersey because their pension is so depleted. They're now going to charge a rain tax on New Jersey's resident to my haven't heard that. But I do know that jersey has been terribly managed for decades. And I believe is is is one of the worst pensions Kentucky is I think is on the verge of bankruptcy. But New Jersey's certainly. New Jersey and Hillen away are certainly poster child for how not to run attention. And since I'm from Hawaii Hawaii doing I haven't checked on Hawaii lately there. There was an investigation. I was proposing to do in Hawaii about in that was she's fifteen years ago. You're you know, the first the first public pension to fail was five ten. So I was out giving a speech in Guam and site pan and Sipe pan attempted to go bankrupt to to not paid employee. And it's right. So Hawaii I'm not sure of where they're at today. I do know that there was an investigation. I tried to do something I was aware up there. But nobody wanted the investigation done. What is wrong with Kentucky while Kentucky? I'd say is the worst because they are only at this point. I think twelve percent funded. Jeez. So you can look up Zach number. But the point is they have twelve cents for every dollar. They promised workers. And when you get to that low level, you are basically spending. All the money. You have the money in your your basically more money going out, and the end is his within view within a few years away. So so the investment program in Kentucky is been has been terribly managed for decades and the pensions about to run out of money. There is a lawsuit being brought against the board. Or at least I think it's against all the Wall Street firms the hedge funds that that mismanage the pension. But it is of course, let's not forget Puerto Rico another public pension US tension that has run out of money. So there are. Rico's example of what happens when pensions expire side pan is an example, Kentucky's example, and then Illinois, and you jersey, many other states are Connecticut are are cases where the the amount of money pension os is just astronomically greater than the amount of money is actually in the pension. Some of the final question, then is if I'm living in Kentucky or Sipe pan or Puerto Rico, Illinois or California working for county on CalPERS. What can a person do? Let's say sixty years old you're sent to retire in a few years and your pensions about the go bus. You have any suggestions for them. What what you can do is you can because it public pensions. You can request documents get information you can attend if you can attend meeting. You can go to the website. And what I encourage people to do to do have an investigation done of the pension of your own. I crowd funded investigation of on behalf of workers in Rhode Island. We raise they raise thirty thousand dollars to have me investigate. What was going on the pension? And so now a days a in that can be you know, as little as one hundred dollars per person for last fifty dollars. In california. The pension is Celtic has so many participants that to have an independent professional expert review does would really cost. The workers less than in evening out for. So I was death. It is the crowdfunding the internet offers that possibility because as you say, they can get the documents. But unless you're an expert in the field, you're not gonna know what to make of it. Correct. I wouldn't courage people to be a thorn in the side of the system less. The people running these systems. No, people are members are concerned and are active and are going to be watching ten, you know. Thank you very much. She had more time let you come back on this program. But thank you for doing what you're doing. And especially to, you know, be a whistle. Board would be a great informat teacher on a very important crisis facing America today..

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Rich Dad Radio Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"CFTC the theater PC is like the FD, but they regulate commodity commodities. Trading commodities markets and the SEC regulates the securities markets, most mutual funds, for example, invest in commodity and stocks most mutual funds to futures options, whatever as well as investing stocks, but that was the biggest whistleblower ward in history last that I received total seventy eight million when I went to Rhode Island a few years ago actually six years ago in two thousand thirteen the new treasure vote island. It was very popular democrat said she had found a way to solve the nation's retirement price and the way to do that with to get workers to greet to accept less benefits than they imprompt. So she sees tempted to cut the benefits they went to court the court. Agreed. She could do this so workers benefits in Rhode Island were slashed. And by three percent. The cost of the cost of living adjustment was eliminate. So that was part of the story was she was going to cut benefits what she didn't tell workers and taxpayers was she was going to gamble the money and hedge fund so she ended up cutting workers benefits by three percents and paying Wall Street four percents. Hedge funds charge fees of two percent plus twenty percent of gains which amounts to about four percent. So it was a sort of fly pan by hand where all she said that like cutting workers benefits, the pension would be restored it less money would be going out. But what she didn't tell them was that by paying Wall Street. More pension would actually be worse off. And that's what happened. That's what I suppose Rhode Island in two thousand thirteen. That this was not an austerity program. This was not pension reform. This was basically taking three percents from workers to give Wall Street, folks. Well, when you think about the mindset that were done something like that. And by the way, did Wall Street payoff on that four. Did it make sense? I mean, if if they returned twenty percent, it'd be great, but you paying them four percent and you losing money. That's a whole nother story. Terribly has predicted NS at the at the time in two thousand thirteen Warren Buffett had worn pensions all over the country, not to invest in hedge funds. I don't know if your listeners now, but Warren Buffett very publicly bets a group of hedge funds million dollars that they would underperformed the stock market over the next ten years, and they were foolish enough to take that against Warren Buffett, and you can you readers to can look online. The results of the of the bet word that buffet handily won. They heads funds dramatically underperformed, the stock market and in two thousand thirteen in Rhode Island. The pension was told do not do this by investment luminaries like Warren Buffett, John Bogle and pets, Adele. But they went ahead with the gamble. Ended up losing five hundred million dollars in the first eight years. So how does that affect the pensioner in Rhode Island was well them? Well, I mean what it means is that their benefits were cut to supposedly make the pension more sustainable, but then the people right? A pension gamble for the pensions actually worse off or certainly no better off. So they took a pay cut for nothing. She benefits were cut, and they got and the pension ended up losing far more than they than the pension saved by cutting workers out of so did you hear this latest thing?.

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05:05 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"He is the founder of benchmark financial services. So Ted thank you for being on this program. Can you tell us a little bit about CalPERS, which is a nation largest public pension plan CalPERS since nineteen ninety and I've known their board members. And it obviously is. The nation's largest public pension, and for many years enjoyed a reputation as being sort of the gold standard, you know, that that CalPERS was so big so professional well manage that they were always. On the cutting edge, and they were the standard other pensions. Should strive to me. But over the years over the last twenty years become increasingly obvious that they're not at all the Bill standard. They had been rocked by scandal after scandal. I wrote an article made two thousand seventeen called how to feel a lot of money from CalPERS and the first a line in the article was how hard would it be steal millions from CalPERS the nation's largest public pension with three hundred twenty billion s assets, easy, peasy the answer. So and it talked about I started by talking the article talking about how in a in two thousand fifteen meeting the board admitted they didn't even know what the fees they were paying to Wall Street money manager. So it is a. Very poorly managed pension that loses a lot of money because of. Political is Asian high called political politicisation of the investment process and other mismanagement my attorney who follows all this. He said that there were CalPERS was sued to find out how under how far underwater CalPERS was. And he said, it was one trillion dollars, can you verify that I I'm not familiar with that all I know is that the that that underperforms chronically and the fees that pays or after nominal, and and you know, billion higher that it needs to. So I kinda letter to the board. I think it was about eight years ago saying that I was aware of investment wrongdoing related to their to the pension, and I would be prepared to meet with the board discuss. It and they had no interest in meeting with me at all. I wonder why they a board member at CalPERS me to send the letter. He he walked it in and they were not interested and one of the board members said how is this letter from Sedale any different from the thousands of others. We receive. And I set my response to that was look if you're getting thousands of letters from leading experts and pension forensics that something you're doing is wrong. And that's really screwed up. Obviously, they're not getting those letters. My letter was unique my credential degree unique. There was there were very compelling reasons to meet with me, no financial downside. I wasn't asking them to pay me to meet with me. So all they could have done was all the could've happened is they could've learned. But they didn't wanna learn what I say. So that was the downside covering up. Something it certainly they certainly are covering up something good things about public pensions for your listeners is that they are public. They're minutes of meetings, their contracts and things are generally available under state public records or freedom of information act Foucault your listeners, should you know, if they have concerns right to the pension and half to see the documents most public pensions, all the ones I'm aware of today have websites and post. A lot of the documents about the pension performance reports. The information is often wrong, but you can get a lot of information from their website and from public records request. But Ted talk you say that this was this is your forte. This is your shrink, you know, you go in and take a look at it. The average person probably could not see what you see a move in on you went after the pension of Rhode Island. What did you find there as Wissel blower? There was a large award going out. I think you might be confusing things that I recently received the largest with abo- award history from the CFTC thirty million dollars forty. Thank you. Thank you well-deserved. Yeah. And then the largest award history from the SEC of forty eight million..

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Rich Dad Radio Show

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Apply to state and local pensions. The next big issue is that the boards of these pensions have no there's no requirement that the board of directors of these pensions have any training matters. So most state and local pensions, the board consists of policemen kindergarten teachers tation workers people who are not at all Malla Jubal about financial matters. And then they, you know, higher Wall Street to watch over their money. So you've got a board of of. Civil servants trying to do business with some of the craftiest sharks in the world and article I saw you wrote you say law, the more exotic investments like private equity, and then hedge funds they come to town that they wine and dine these lack of sophisticated managers. So they get free trips booze women fund and all this which influences them to buy the bankers products is that correct? Unlimited checkbook to wine and dine clients and in pursuit of what's one hundred million dollar count. So I've gone with these board members and Wall Street guys on hot air balloons, rides over the Kirke on helicopter ride over Maui to Benny hana's steakhouse in Honolulu Ruth, Chris you name it. And that is what Wall Street does they wine and dine state workers who are on these boards and show them time of their lives. And that's how they get the contract read that one of these guys one of these boards invested in beanie babies or something. Yeah. That was the Ohio bureau of worker's compensation invested in being baby. And so I think any kind of ridiculous investment, you can imagine one of the most popular is right in your your realm. Real estate. Generally pensions off of local pensions often invest in local real estate projects. So you'll have a pension. That's financed a football stadium or a convention center. Or, you know, something that's supposed to be economically targeting the locality. So ted. I mean, this is a very interesting we come back got gone to more into it. But if you wouldn't mind, I think the issue is what does the average person do especially if you are one of those pensioners in a public pension plan yet you have enough trouble. If you're in a private like, a 4._0._1._K are IRA. But if you're in a public one like Cal on a California the Rhode Island system, what can you do? So once it goes is Robert kiyosaki. This has been one of the reasons we formed the rich dad company is because we have no.

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Rich Dad Radio Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Well, performing well below any S and P five hundred index and the benefits. I don't view the benefits is generally being that high some people. Focus on that the benefits are too rich for for some people. They are but the overwhelming majority they're not moments overwhelming majority of policemen. Firemen schoolteachers are not retiring with a lot of money coming into. But certainly the mismanagement of the pension money is a big big issue and the one that's most often overlook, and that's what you're right about in some of the papers of read about you is that it's not just mismanagement. It's actually to penitent corruption by the by the fund managers, not the place office was not the firemen not the teachers, but the people that they trust their pension to the corrupt incompetent or complete have no idea what they're doing my summarizing that correctly. Yeah. I wrote an article called top ten reasons why feeling from public pension is is a smart idea. And when you look at public pensions one of the. Big problems is they are not subject to any comprehensive law. So risk the federal law that protects corporate pension for those who may not know Orissa protects your 4._0._1._K's, those a private IRA's. But if you work for the government, and you have a public pension like California's CalPERS, then there's no oversight. There's nobody watching what the so-called managers doing that. What you're saying? The Orissa does not apply. The huge loophole to Orissa is that public pension money who's not governed by Orissa. So that's a big big safeguard that the federal law that protects retirement savings does not.

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Rich Dad Radio Show

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Father not been murdered. And then I had to investigate what happened to him. And ultimately went back to east Africa in nineteen ninety seven to find his body and to meet the people who killed him. So that the short story of how I ended up focusing on the forensic side of the money man, in general parlance, sometimes people call you a whistle blower. But also the word is forensic you go back in and you you look into the records of things, and that's how. How you became quote, unquote, a whistle blower. What does that mean to the general public? Well, being whistle blower means that you become aware of wrongdoing. Either within your company or around you either within the company, you work around you, and you know, honestly, most people when they are made aware of illegal along doing at their employer. They keep their mouth shut. It's not it's not human nature to want to piss people off by particularly your boss by confronting people about the wrongdoing. So, you know, nine out of ten people when being made aware that there's something really bad happening at their company. We'll keep their mouth shut with the blowers that people choose to do contact forty and tell the story about wrongdoing around a whistle blower. If you're proven correct, you're the water part of. The fines or whatever that the fraudulent companies involved in today that is the case I I became a whistle blower in nineteen eighty eight. When I was in -ployed at a large mutual fund company and has director of compliance. I became where illegal activity that I reported quietly. It's what's called blowing the silent with whistle. I did not go public back. Then there was there were no financial rewards for or few for whistle blowers. After Dodd Frank the SEC and other regulators financial regulators in Washington now have vibrant Lissa bore programs, and yes, you can be received financial awards for plug whistle. And the reason I you're on the rich dad radio show with unites share a common concern because when as you're investigating many pension plans and funds, you know, fraudulent activities going on corrupt. Davis going on. Would you say that the baby boom generation may not be able to afford to retire? The something's rotten in the pension programs of America. Absolutely. You know, if you look at the baby boom generation, and if you were to do a study of what what does your average baby boomer look like, you know, are they do they have health insurance? They have are they overweight or how much they have in savings. How much they have intentions. The picture that emerges is is very bleak. I mean, I could go through those those each of those issues, you know, your many. They say seventy eight percent of all Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. My research is that the average 4._0._1._K balance is about twenty five thousand dollars, and this is for people in their fifties. And sixties the lack of health insurance is a is a is a big issue. So to the future is very bleak for most baby boomers, you know, I think it's over half of Americans who are retired. They depend on social security predominantly on social security to live, which is not a lot of money. So that the demographic issue and then in terms of pensions, I tell people simple way to understand tenses that there's there three drivers to the health of one is how much money goes into the pension system to is how the money in the pension system is managed and three. He is how much money is paid out of the pension in the form of benefits for the majority of pensions in the United States. Certainly public pension state local pensions, there is not enough money going in the money is being invested terribly..

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"So welcome to the program. Ted. Thank you. Hey, we're talking before we got on air Virgil, saying, very interesting underlying interesting background. And we started by saying you don't have a high school diploma. So what did you tell the audience how that happened? Sure. People often ask me how I got involved in the forensic work that I do I grew up overseas in the Caribbean South America and east Africa and at eight sixteen my father disappeared in Africa, and you candy Africa. And nobody knew what had happened to him. So I came back to the United States just before my seventeenth birthday. I had not gone to high school in the United States not on to tenth eleventh or twelfth grade, and I was essentially orphan and penniless. Since my father had disappeared in east Africa. And they couldn't find his body is the state couldn't be pro his life insurance. Come is white insurance wouldn't pay his social security social security survivor benefits wouldn't pay he was missing and presumed but not legally declared dead. So fortunately on the education front. I was able within the year. I was accepted early in the college. And so I went straight into college after tenth grade without ever getting a high school diploma. So the the bad news is I never got a high school diploma. The good news is I got accepted in the college early. And he went to law school and all that. Yeah. After graduating from college, I would law school and became a lawyer after that, and it was a it was a very difficult time and. And that experience of I had to bring a lawsuit against a foreign dictator against media being the president of Uganda international law suit, hiring a team of lawyers in Washington DC. So that kind of compelled me to to consider a career law. I would not have gone for law school. I can tell you right now at my.

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Edible-Alpha� Podcast

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"siedle" Discussed on Edible-Alpha� Podcast

"Right nowadays, we have a wide system of incubators accelerators, and and all the universities and all over the place you can step in as an entrepreneur and find yourself training and be with other entrepreneurs talk about it and some of these are focused on food now focused on different issues. So they're starting to be in an. Ecosystem and infrastructure to support early stage companies like beginning companies, and and but the first money that usually happens is people think about who do they know who who in the family will take bet on them, and that kind of thing so you scrape together a bit of money we now have crowdfunding which is another option. It's do you. Don't just get magic money. You gotta work hard for it there too. But there are ways to get your your early start up money, and even governments are getting into understanding that if they want to see economic development and their city state their country, they're they're starting to invest in these systems. Also, so it is there is a bit more of a now let your competing with so many more impassioned entrepreneurs. So you go through that stage. And you do what you have to to get enough money. And and and prove the concept get brand developed or your whatever you might not be. A consumer product. But you gotta get the first stage is done, and then you can start talking to people that are angels. And angels tend to be folks that okay? The founders of those early companies are now investors in lots of other early stage companies as they get their success, and they maybe sell their company or or raise a lot of money or get very profitable their favorite. Investing is often to go back into the industry that they came out of. So there you get you get a lot of angels that way and other angels are people that made money, maybe they're retired now, and they find it really stimulating and engaging to listen to pitches of younger companies, and then maybe to get advised a get involved as an advisor or board member. And so you move into that kind of angel and Siedle. Level and seed money is like you do with seeds to grow food people believe that they put fifty thousand dollars or a hundred thousand or twenty five thousand and seed now, and you get into big technology might even be a million dollars. Sounds crazy. But it's real, okay. So you get through that phase. And then you get to the venture capitalist. Typically. Yeah. So in in here in in Wisconsin, we when I did tears way I had to raise fourteen million because I would build a plant, right? So I had a lot of dead and that too, but I had to raise a couple million. And we don't really now this was two thousand and eight kind of that timeframe we didn't really have we definitely didn't have a dedicated venture fund for for the sector here, but we had private equity, folks. And we had some I guess you'd call it family office folks, who who were the people who really understood like, maybe they sold they as you said they made money because they sold the family food business, which we have a lot of that in Wisconsin. So that those were those were my investors, and they were they were definitely acting like angels. Right. They weren't organized into any kind of fun. There wasn't. It was me. Aggregating a bunch of individual people right to that equity. And so so in in the world, you are operating in right now, you have a staff that helps you evaluate things. And you raise is it rate is the money raised into a fun. Then when you're when in for venture capital like you. Yes, we are affectively doing the aggregation that you did as an individual do it professionally. So we put together a pool of money. We go out, and we're now working on our fourth one, you go out, and you talk to everybody that you can figure out who has money you got connections to can get introductions to get in front of. And you pitch your case. So we are an entrepreneur as tariff was we are renewal funds and our product is we will get we will create a portfolio of companies in the issue areas that we're focused on and you don't you don't have to do anything about just you benefit from from our work and our goal is to make you an above market rate of return. And if people in venture capital can prove that to the investment were to the bigger investment world. Then they take that next part of the ecosystem and can be the ones who come in. We call ourselves early growth stage. And we won't we look at companies that are already at one to two million of sales or larger. And so that's often where venture capital fits in in the food world roughly that scale now because of the increased demand for organics, and and clean food. You're seeing competition from the products from the retailers, and the outlets, and then the venture capitalists are competing to get into the things that are that look like the most likely to succeed. And so it's there's this kind of food chain that venture capital, you mentioned private equity and family offices. And so there there are actually these if you're not somebody that works in these worlds, you can't believe how many pots of money, they're actually are. Right. That are that are out there hunting, I have a friend who's who's managing partner of private equity fund around here that is in our space, and he he's came back. Back from expo west last year. And he said, I was it was so depressing. Just because everybody I know who is got money for the sector was there. It was like. He's like there's so many people doing investment in our sector now, which is so amusing to me because I I work so much with entrepreneurs, right? Who feel like there's no money anywhere. This is a a lot of the way the world is and you till you and. You know, if you just you just kind of come up with a good idea yourself, and it looks like a barren landscape, you you get yourself into the ecosystem of different issue area or different heart of finance or something like that. And then you go to conferences that have you can go to venture capital conference. That's got thousands and thousands of different venture capital funds. Like who knew they were. All there. It's crazy. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy. So what do you look for in companies? Like, you said you were you were doing tasting some stuff today. So you care about the food, right? You heard me say we are mission venture capital, right firm, and that organics and environmental technologies, and we also talk about healthy households. So green greenhouse soldiers. It's a low toxic kinds of or no toxic kinds of substances so mission. Venture capital is meant to send a signal venture capitals. Gotten a bit of a bad reputation with the entrepreneurs, and it gets called vulture capital. Right. And that has to do with the fact that people that are driven to maximize every penny. Just like the tra- probably is. But their job is in finance can be pretty rough and tumble historically. So with any investor you want to interview them as much as they're interviewing you, really 'cause you're you're getting into a kind of a marriage, right? Right. And you wanna be sure when you get married you choose well, and that you're with partners that you wanna be with so mission. Venture capital, though, we can't that doesn't prove that we're easier people to deal with on on the surface of it that you have to go get references and meet and talk and ask good questions, but mission venture capital signals that we what we care about. I is that the product or the service actually matter to making the world, safer, cleaner and more fair. So that's all we screen out or screen for the best actors, and that is that's not just a group of smart sales people who figured out that there's a hot trend and they jump in. I wanna know what the actual values and meeting and purposes of the entrepreneur. Why are you doing this? And you're telling me a story of how you're going to take this company to hundreds of millions of dollars. What are you going to do with your success? Like are you going to use financial success to reinvest in a better world, or you know, what are you going to do? And so as much as possible. I an hour firm one understand the motivation, and the the real depth of of caring that's going on. Because there's a better chance that you're going to just like you're worried about a vulture capitalist. I'm worried about an exploitive entrepreneur who doesn't really care, and it's just right? Try to make a bunch of money. So that's the match that our firm needs. I we trust you you trust us. We think you're doing something that matters. You you feel proud or at least prouder of the money you're gonna get for Maas rather than somebody. You don't believe in or trust? So that's at the base of it. After that. It's we're the same as any other investor in the sense of. Do you know what you're doing? Are you able to build a team are your emotional, skills and your human skills, effective for dealing with conflict for dealing with stress and pressure? And

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The Autosport Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"siedle" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Obviously the called the rules are different anyway. But I'll be interested in that pans out Williams have taken made it both teams made big changes haven't they because McLeod and have James qui coming. They've got a new boss. Andrea CDL join them just last week Williams as well. You know, this call was done by Duke and a few other people and they've had a big change as well. It would has gone the chief designer so both teams have had a lot of reshuffling and really it's impossible for us to standard and say how they're going to get on Nitin. None of nobody in this whole or in all of these holes would have predicted what a tough season McLeod him Williams would have had there's no way based on two thousand seventeen there's no way we would have said that they would have had such about you. But they did and none of us ever Cristobal. So we can't predict it. I think it's one of those. Things that we have to manage the expectations. They're not going to get back so Williams and McLaren traditional level in a year. But a good year football would be just a gentle step forward. Things working make them good credible midfield performance, and that's your platform, and they're all really coming for twenty twenty one and the major role changes. Yeah. I think one thing for people understand is. Nowadays with f one the way the contracts will have really complicated. Let's say let's say Andrea Siedle is gone to McLeod. And he says I think we need to. A three or four key people from another team somewhere. But decides to approach them in hire them, they have eighteen months of gardening leave. So that's the unit half gone. Then my damn they join another eighteen months before they can have a really fact on the car, just three seasons gone and things just. People don't just change teams overnight anymore and have an effect anymore. It's just the way this boat is but as twenty twenty one presents that opportunity foot a complete reset. So if McLaren and Williams in twenty nineteen twenty twenty can make small steps and get themselves back into being in cute three regularly and then start knocking on the top six on occasion scoring points. But I clearly that reestablishes them in the midfield to be ready for the twenty twenty one..

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"siedle" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

Le journal de 7h00

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"siedle" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

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"siedle" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"siedle" Discussed on Business Daily

"You. Is the secret to a great cocktail minus yell, Kahal. It's just looking how you are the ingredients and how he presented them keeping things we delicate and refined. You just got plastic bag from the Fritsch filmed wave panel, yellowish liquid and share Pasha up zero. And this goes in some towns. Yes. So this goes into the pad that we said about as if I wanted to replicate the patch syrup at home, how would I do it? We take hold, pass a, we slice them and we Macerata them and sugar and leave them behalf. It's eight. And then we then adds G which is so many delicate, vinegar blend the home X together and strain the out, her Muslim club, the UN we've already find seven that's captured of the essence of the flavor of the Pat each it into the grass. Would I drink miss NATO? Do I need to talk and say, am I would top it with side awards it. So it's quite concentrated flavours. It does need some dilation, and it's nice to say what forbath bubbles and life. When you first take his sweetness, but then almost immediately after you get bitter slightly silent, you would a shame just because of that flavor profile that it alcohol in it yet. I think the case aiming them, alcohol at drinks is just paying as much attention to Mayhew them as as when we make alcohol drinks as there's no reason why they should be treated any. One name. That's been getting a lot of attention in the drinks world, a seed, let which is marketed as the world's first non alcoholic distilled spirit. It was started in the UK in two thousand fifteen by Ben Brunson who made the first batches at home by hand. Despite never planning to become an international business tycoon, it seems that Ben founded Nisha ready to be filled and he now employees sixty five people in seven countries. In fact, he spoke to me from his office in LA. This didn't start Ashley as a business idea or me spotting a gap in the market. This was more born out of my love and obsession with the natural world and growing things home and and kind of experimenting with with wonderful ingredients that I could grow garden when I was in London and not drinking an off, the waitress for a good non alcoholic drink. She bought me back this pink, fruity sweet mock tail, and the dot started to join Komi, Cindy coal. But there is this move to wellness and healthy living. So all you just jumping on that Bundu I can. It's a good question. I guess given the size of the health and wellness world, it's certainly a con a key driver globally, which can be a really powerful movement to tap in. Into product blackhaws very soon after you launched you sold a state, two drinks company, Joe. Why did you decide to get a massive company like that involved into me two years to create seed live on his part of that uncovered a lot about just how difficult is for startup food and drink companies nine outta ten fail. So my decision around working with was really born out of a belief in see anti find a really great strategic partner, the undestood building, global premium Browns. Fees benefits to cede lip from the partnership. But what about the huge conglomerate with whom they strict with Dale David gates is the head of features at D R J rethink your Tuesday for non alcohol experience is really significant. What was saying the moment is a really unmet consumate. The answer doesn't always have to come from within our own business and actually by partnering with other people, we can make exactly the same kind of progress. Younger people, especially on drinking as much as they used to. Some people are giving poll together, say, is buying a stake in Siedle it a defensive move. Are you as a drinks company worried that you won't have a business in a few years? Maybe not worried about that. I'll always been around will be, we're seeing a real move towards premiums ation. So maybe drinking less, but the drinking better. And I'm going away and start to. Shoes. Alcohol, free drinks can offer some really interesting flavors and even sometimes tastes like alcohol counterparts. But one thing they don't have is that both, which after all is one of the reasons people drink base in the first place, and that's what makes him think called Al corral a very different proposition. The brainchild professor, David note it say Mr. replicate the positive aspects of alcohol, but without the negative side effects, which to me sounds like some kind of paradise intrigued aspect to money, djing director. David Orrin we're a company was developing synthetic alcohol as an alternative to conventional follicle would targeting of sense of wellbeing, relaxation, sociability, that won't blow what exactly as Al corral what's in it. Now that's what I can't share with you. We have worked with the team, I would say, has what really hard over the last ten and seventy seven years on a very wide range of compounds. Molecules beginning with understanding. Mechanisms in the brain sign up, says the receptor systems. We now have candidates that we're comfortable. I'll strong candidates to what we want to do. Anything to Marquette, you'll drink. Would you go into shopping, buy a bottle of alcohol, for example, or would it be a constituent ingredient? For example, like caffeine. Initially, we did think about developing drinks ourselves, but then we realized that if we really want to make this available, we won't the food and beverage industry to pick this up to us that creativity that marketing their understanding of consumer advocates have ingredients, bottling packaging, the whole supply chain. What happens if I've had a few drinks and with your product, ten, I'm failing a happy guy. I feel like if you will, does that mean the I will stay that this was a happy glowing state or will it make me feel drunk? How does it work? What we don't want is desire to drink more and we also want they're not to be an increasing fact. So alcohol will continue to impact the body and they will continue to celebrate. And create increased damage. What we're looking for is a product that actually has a flat curve. You need the want to drink more, nor does it continue to have a greater effect if you digital does full years before we can be in the market one year which we call defining the regulatory pathway and then there's three is what to complete sacred trials. Direction. The low and no alcohol market takes drinking less is something many people in Power cane to encourage buck at the parliamentary drinks, party aspect to several years K members of parliament from across the political spectrum labor MP. Liam Byrne is the all party chairman for children of alcoholics. Alcohol home. Paul salsa fortune, and we need to spread the word that a drink every now and again, it's fine, but there's alternative drink, which are the moment is actually changing quite quickly down in a funny way. It's being driven by the younger generation. You know, they want to go to Hobson, get smashed in the way back to their parents and grandparents did. I'm the lift MP for north Norfolk. I'm also chair of the sons technology selectivity for the story. What you expected to be in the has outlived. Time and non low alcohol trips. Thanks to. It was certainly knows the Kelci here is changing. If you go back twenty years, the amount of alcohol consumed at lunchtime was just horrific. Still too much alcohol consumed. Statistics around people. Drinking less suggest that it shouldn't get painful driving this suede home to people to drink less Reeb, see ROY. Our own family is an example of that where two sons of ended up stopping drinking alcohol and we are left is the drink is in the house. When you ask the question about how we persuade older people, it's getting people to understand the link between heavy alcohol consumption and dementia. I'm convinced an MP Komotini in Cheshire, and I'm chair of the all party parliamentary group on alcohol home. We think there's a real interested in helping people recalibrate their relationship with alcohol. It's not about saying, don't drink. I enjoy drink. And so the great thing about today is that the really on some lovely options I've been round. I two second GT I heard from tastic logger. I'm still going to be able to go into the chamber that comes after noon and not being the least bit. We was. I'm cleaning out today's program is Doris day singing, fatigue, business daily's back again tomorrow, same time. Same place.

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