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Mystery solved: Biden gets proof of family ties to India

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 hrs ago

Mystery solved: Biden gets proof of family ties to India

"President Biden is hailing America's ties to India and getting answers about his own ties to the subcontinent with Indian prime minister Narendra Modiji in the oval office the president remembered getting a letter decades ago from a person named by last name in in Mumbai eight years later on a visit as vice president Thomas jobs you have five items in India the president says he found out about a captain George bye didn't in India long ago who stayed there and married an Indian woman and I've never been able to track it down through an interpreter hi hunted for documents mody said he brought that probably related to yes the president had earlier noted the two nations already share family ties four million Indian Americans make the United States stronger every single day Sager made Ghani Washington

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Fresh update on "single day" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:35 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "single day" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports

"Scholarships They've already forfeited bowl appearances and there's going to be a gaggle of photographers that just running after you every single day asking question after question after question that you had no answers for And he said I think I'm the right guy at the ground and help fix this And as you heard from Mike mode he was They lost their first two games They won 8 of their last ten they finished 6 and two in the Big Ten and 8 and four overall But more importantly he just calm the storm He just turned the temperature down on the anger and the resentment and finally Mike Nash told us in the interview when this all happened the players on that team were four years old I mean and Bill O'Brien is up in Bill O'Brien has a severely severely ill child with cerebral palsy who takes up an awful lot of his time And he went down there and you know basically was still the sacrificial lamb for better a better phrase down there And he took an eventually left for the Houston Texans but he was that was my takeaway and how much they were looking for leadership as you can tell Young young kids are always looking for leadership and Bill O'Brien was the right guy Yeah and a lot of the players showed a lot of leadership as well in deciding to stay into play I was really struck with what Mike Nash said about the theme of overcoming adversity and coming together because that was the case for the football players for the school and for the entire town This was a really about playing for more than money and for that 2012 football team It brought them together.

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Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

Mark Levin

02:08 min | 1 d ago

Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

"I'm really getting sick and tired Of the racism that is being pushed every single day in the media by the Democrat party at school board meetings by members of Congress I am sick of it And by racism I mean you can say anything you want Anything About a white person or white people Joy Reid is a bigot and she's a homophobe and she's disgusting And I'll get back to her in a minute And she's not alone We've critical race theory being pushed throughout our society including our schools with little kids which is a racist ideology trashing white people Look how they dehumanize individuals You're a white person Doesn't matter what you do how you do it where you do your white Now you can be white and be from Switzerland and you can be white and be from Bolivia But apparently all white people have everything in common Just like all black people are all the same And all Latinos are all the same whether you're from Honduras or Mexico These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it

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Fresh update on "single day" discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude

Real Estate Marketing Dude

00:53 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "single day" discussed on Real Estate Marketing Dude

"I've been seen video ads network as well even do video on facebook while i'm not getting results on video obscene better on tax images or moving images What are you seeing on that so for me. I actually have a lot of content personally too. So i have a Talk on and victims. Pretty crazy honestly. I perceive like job position two days ago. It kind of blew up a little bit. And then i got over a hundred hundred fifty resumes in twenty four hours. It's crazy obvi- social is insane. I i couldn't get that result. If i want to buy my job at indeed so i think that personal brand building company brand is really really powerful. Getting people to come over to you and say i want to list with you. I want to sell my property through you. I want to buy properties from you. How many people are going to your site before the region out you. Are you able to track that. The fact check the check you out front. So on average we have about a hundred people visiting our site every single day about thirty to forty percent of them are returning people so they will go ahead and come back and check in to see if we have new properties or navy they can. Maybe they did some due diligence. They wanna come back out of those. It's really tough to say because they do from all different channels and then one day they might just hit me up on the phone. Even though they have gone on the website they don't maybe necessarily make an offer there although we encourage people to but they go on a free consultation that we have and then are you know salesperson actually is able to close a deal with them on the spot there so it's a little bit tough to say but we do have about a hundred people visiting our site every day and a bunch of them are returning visits well which we love. Yeah people are checking you out for select. I trust this guy fractured at this cash. Offer in your. what's the offer the offers. I'll buy your house in cash so yeah offers abiomed cash and we can close quickly..

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The Media Is Positively Complicit in Biden's Disaster of a Presidency

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:09 min | 2 d ago

The Media Is Positively Complicit in Biden's Disaster of a Presidency

"Maddening is a hell crazed. Do you become when you see how complicit the media is in giving this president today a pass on a daily basis not holding this administration accountable for practically anything after the four years we had to endure of these hyenas and jackals going after the trump administration and everybody in it day in and day after. how how. how hard is that for you personally to witness this ben. Oh my goodness mike. I mean you talk about a contrast over the last four years to what joe biden faces every day. I mean you're right when when we were there in the white house. If president trump so much took less than five questions before leaving the room. This shouts from the press would almost be deafening. You wouldn't be able to even hear what was going on. Because they would continually asking questions claimed that he was ruining or tarnishing the first amendment or or getting rid of press freedom whereas joe biden can't barely be bothered to leave his beach vacation in rehoboth delaware to answer questions for the failures of his administration. it's total projection on the part of the press on the part of democrats. And i think it's so funny. Oftentimes what you see with the left in washington. Dc you know how certain people when they get defensive. They project their failures onto people they oppose. No no one has been more guilty of that than the democrat party with press freedom. I mean you think about for years. For four years mike they consistently accused donald trump of harming freedom of the press of damaging the first amendment of not respecting the rights oppress oliver the country. Donald trump was out there every single day during the cova crisis during whatever crisis was going on facing the press taking questions from them answering whatever they wanted to hear and the american people knew exactly where their president stood at all times and with joe biden. That's not the case you're you're right. It's absolutely banning the double standard but frankly democrats in washington would have no standards that they didn't have double

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Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 6 d ago

Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated

"What keeps you motivated. I mean the most important thing in my life is my relationship with jesus christ and my relationship with god which we should. We need to remind ourselves of that every single day and say it out loud and say clearly. Because that's really what's going on here isn't it. It's a spiritual war all of this material side of it is just a manifestation of unclean spirits impure spirits that are are going at it and that's what the scriptures tell us when it comes to what i care about in the political domain. I believe the scriptures. Tell us that we need to care about things that are beautiful and good and that are true. This is the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. And i i am twenty seven years old and i say that i want to think tonight as we go through this how much we've seen our country changed just in the last nine months and especially how much we've seen. Our country changed in the last nine years or ten years when i was in high school ten years ago. The things that we are now we've now seen implemented would be completely unthinkable now that we just take as just kind of common sense as anything but common sense but they say is just kind of normal things. The new normal. And i'm frustrated in a lot of different ways and it compels me to action. Because i will not sit idly by while this gift that we have been given the greatest country ever to exist a constitutional republic of and by and for the people that so many people have sacrificed for that. I just have to sit idly by while a while a very sinister and malevolent and clever and craft the minority takes over this country while they do not control a majority of the people and by every single measure. They are only doing it because we've allowed them to do it. And now maybe not you. But that we have allowed them to get way too far as far as cultural control way too far for way too long and they've also been willing. Which a word. I want to talk about tonight to get into the institutions to push against conservatives in christians

"single day" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:41 min | Last week

"single day" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

Ali on the Run Show

02:28 min | Last week

Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

"This week's guest on the show is a woman named deirdre keane. She was just featured on humans of new york and the running community was so excited. We were like a runner on humans of new york and her next big goal is that world marathon challenge any advice for her she signed. She's doing it like she has signed up. she's good. She's doing it next year if she's listening to this any advice for her well for me. It's like anything else before you can make a commitment like that. You have to earn the right to do it than what you can't do it on a buyer room that it's it's gonna come back to bite you so you have to do the work and i knew i could do the work. I been there before in terms of running that many miles consecutively day to day to day to day when i was wanted to fifty miles every single day for almost eighty consecutive days. So what's the big deal running twenty six miles for seven days in a row but the big deal is the fact attorney seven continents and so for me. It was more about not as much the training. 'cause that was a given but it was about the rat race in between and it was about sleep deprivation. It was about nutrition while flying was about recovery at thirty five thousand feet no sitting in a seat for twelve hours you know and then get often go run another marathon so trying to figure that all out it was about the weather. Temperatures in climates that we were in antarctica and it was whatever ten degrees and then back plane six hours later. You're in south. Africa running at eighty five degrees and your body's calling. Yeah not a lot of time to acclimate gave. You gotta figure that all out in advance. i mean i think anyone who serious about it does the training. I mean the running. I don't mean to be little it. It wasn't easy. I'm not saying disease but it was probably the less challenge in part of the overall experience for me was the running. When i was running. I was like thank god. I'm running like dumb. Does fly in done with this craziness. get employed. We get my luggage and all that stuff on buses and everything. I'm out here in the moment. Doing what i loved to do in impediment was like that was the calm. That was almost the easy pot. The running

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18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

Up First

01:46 min | Last week

18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for

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Accessing Your Akashic Records & Your Line Within With Ashley Woods

Your Own Magic

02:17 min | Last week

Accessing Your Akashic Records & Your Line Within With Ashley Woods

"We have this line. That's running through our bodies it connects up to the universe runs down through our bodies the central on of our bodies and 'attaches or connected to the earth beneath our feet and we're receiving messages from this line. Twenty four seven all the time every single second of every single day because it detaches up to the highest realm where are accustomed records are which if anyone does know is a metaphysical library of your entire soul's existence everything that's happened to you with you. Anything you have felt anything is in the records and this line is attached to that realm and so from the moment we take our first breath receiving information and you can call it downloads. Ping's guidance in her thought inner knowing gut feeling. You can call it anything you want. It's all language at the end of the day. But we're receiving that twenty four seven and so the way that we teach this now. In the way that i teach records is there are two ways to access them and one is the alike. The ritual dial up internet word of the prayer and like the whole like the older way of doing it which absolutely works. Not how you do it for somebody else but if you want to tune in for yourself that line gives you everything that you need. You don't need the prayer. You don't need the whole The rich won't you just need that intention. We teach a line activation which is simple easy breath work and movement that activates opens that line. Which is the files of all these messages that you can begin receiving them and receive this guidance from your higher self his highest realm. That really is just rooting. You on and so. That's how we teach the records now which is very different than other accustomed record readers and people who talk about them and teach them reteach them in two different ways one. That's like five g. high pace easy to access. Everyone can do it and the other is the older way which is really wonderful beautiful. They're equally powerful one way you can use them to read further people and to explore the history of other people and support them in that way but if you want for yourself you have it in you every single person. This has it

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Episode 52 My Relationship with Abortion and Planned Parenthood - burst 02

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:48 min | Last week

Episode 52 My Relationship with Abortion and Planned Parenthood - burst 02

"Is gaping as a gaping hole in it. But that's not. That's not what we're here to talk about right now That's a different episode that we will cover at some point. Do not fear it really. It really affects those those socioeconomic groups and minorities allot those are the chew food groups. I guess that it will affect the most and who hot button issues. yeah so i was. I was about twenty. When i found out that i was pregnant. And i didn't find out that i was pregnant until the second trimester now. This is not true for every woman that gets pregnant. This is just happened to be true for me When i was pregnant the first time. I didn't show very much. I didn't it just kind of looked like i was getting a little bit of weight but i wasn't showing like my belly. Wasn't you know huge. I wasn't. I was definitely like eating more and iras lake more hungry I don't remember having any like weird cravings or anything like that My weight has always been like a really big issue for me We'll talk about that on a future episode as well but it never like it. Wasn't plainly obvious that i was pregnant. it definitely just looked like i had been you know gaining some weight which was normal. I later found out which is normal for For me my mom when she was pregnant with me Because i'm the oldest. She found out she notoriously has said that people asked her you know. Are you sure you're pregnant. Because she wasn't showing she just wasn't showing and i have met many many many other women who have had that same experience where you know your pants just kind of fit a little bit tighter and you feel like you're just kinda gaining weight. You're not you don't really know like unless you have a reason to now Or to suspect that that could be the case that you could be pregnant. You don't it's just not like plainly obvious. Let's just not something that you do and i especially. It didn't really occur to me to think that i was pregnant. Because i was on birth control I was taking the pill at the time. Ever this view. The don't know about the pill. I am not a huge advocate for the pill just because of my own personal experience of the pill You have to take it like every single day like at the same time every single day. And it kind of renders the birth control useless. If you like skip a day or you like don't take it at the same time and i was.

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Episode 52 My Relationship with Abortion and Planned Parenthood - burst 13

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:48 min | Last week

Episode 52 My Relationship with Abortion and Planned Parenthood - burst 13

"Is gaping as a gaping hole in it. But that's not. That's not what we're here to talk about right now That's a different episode that we will cover at some point. Do not fear it really. It really affects those those socioeconomic groups and minorities allot those are the chew food groups. I guess that it will affect the most and who hot button issues. yeah so i was. I was about twenty. When i found out that i was pregnant. And i didn't find out that i was pregnant until the second trimester now. This is not true for every woman that gets pregnant. This is just happened to be true for me When i was pregnant the first time. I didn't show very much. I didn't it just kind of looked like i was getting a little bit of weight but i wasn't showing like my belly. Wasn't you know huge. I wasn't. I was definitely like eating more and iras lake more hungry I don't remember having any like weird cravings or anything like that My weight has always been like a really big issue for me We'll talk about that on a future episode as well but it never like it. Wasn't plainly obvious that i was pregnant. it definitely just looked like i had been you know gaining some weight which was normal. I later found out which is normal for For me my mom when she was pregnant with me Because i'm the oldest. She found out she notoriously has said that people asked her you know. Are you sure you're pregnant. Because she wasn't showing she just wasn't showing and i have met many many many other women who have had that same experience where you know your pants just kind of fit a little bit tighter and you feel like you're just kinda gaining weight. You're not you don't really know like unless you have a reason to now Or to suspect that that could be the case that you could be pregnant. You don't it's just not like plainly obvious. Let's just not something that you do and i especially. It didn't really occur to me to think that i was pregnant. Because i was on birth control I was taking the pill at the time. Ever this view. The don't know about the pill. I am not a huge advocate for the pill just because of my own personal experience of the pill You have to take it like every single day like at the same time every single day. And it kind of renders the birth control useless. If you like skip a day or you like don't take it at the same time and i was.

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Podcaster Jillian Hamilton on the Difference Between Physical and Emotional Cheating

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Podcaster Jillian Hamilton on the Difference Between Physical and Emotional Cheating

"Talk about the difference between physical and emotional cheating and the difference in how males and females respond to those two topics. The difference between physical cheating and emotional cheating is just what it sounds like. Emotional cheating has really proliferated because we have this online space so actually people feel a greater sense of familiarity and closeness online often than they do in person in person. You gotta have date number one and it might be three weeks before you have date number two. It's hard to get together but when you're online you have constant access to this person so everything from good morning sugar to night night and everything in between your with this person all day long and it gives you the sense of really knowing their lifestyle how they spend their time you might get you know reactions on things that happen to them. Throughout the day so emotional cheating can really be very powerful and very common because we all have the device right there with us. How do you differentiate between emotional cheating and just a friendship emotional. Cheating has to have a secretive component to it. This is something that your partner your spouse doesn't know about it's something you're hiding and it's more than likely giving you a great sense of thrill you know you're looking forward to hearing from this person. I when i first started this. I started talking to everybody. Anyone i'd meet. I'd say oh so. Have you ever dated anyone. Who cheated. And i met this random stranger and he told them about the podcast. He said i have to tell you. I've been having an affair. I really would you like to talk about it. And he said yes. I send music back and forth with this woman every night and my wife has no idea and by the time i get up from this table it was dinner time. I'm going to be running back to my car to see what music she sent to me. And i live for it every single day. That's an emotional affair. I mean he didn't tell his wife and he was so attached to her. Yeah it's wild and it is. It's like a friendship that serving some need so it goes a little further than

Brianna Parmentier: Do Cows Get Exploited for Their Milk?

Real Food Real People

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Brianna Parmentier: Do Cows Get Exploited for Their Milk?

"So some people are really concerned that animals are like being exploited to produce milk for us to drink all dairy products for farms to profit. Or whatever what's your take on that you manage the cows on this farm your the the herds woman are these cows happy are they okay so we wouldn't be able to get quality of milk or volume of milk out of the cows at all if there were any sort of stress so it is not any. I'm gonna say farming in general their best interests to have stressed animals so by providing twenty four hours of feed and misters in the parlor. When it's hot and fans and most of these cal- pens have cow brushes in them just enrichment and that sort of thing. It provides them the most stable environment constant today today for them to go about their life thermal or an eat get milked of the pressure and consistent so by that consistency we get the most out of product. Cows don't really like change for one. I've been told no they dislike the same thing every day. I wouldn't want to eat the same thing every day but they seem to do pretty dang. Well yup no they. The heat is one thing the l. weather's out of everyone's control but it's in our best interest to try to keep it somewhat the same every single day so the barnes provide a nice stable temperature that we can kind of control with fans to keep the air flowing because air quality makes a really big difference in the animal. Health is their their pooping. They're coughing. They're doing all normal animal statham

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Aligning Your Brand and Personal Values to Stand out in the Marketplace

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Aligning Your Brand and Personal Values to Stand out in the Marketplace

"Today's world we have to stand out. We must stand out. So how can we align both our brands and our personal values that will allow us to stand out in the marketplace. Today i love that question. John you know. I've spent realistically the majority of my life being an entrepreneur at eight years old. I was knocking on doors selling boy scout stuff so i can fun trips by ten. I was taking candy from the candy store and selling it on the streets like literature survive at thirteen. Even though it's not great. I did sell drugs because i had to survive. And i've always been thinking about branding and marketing and you stand out in the marketplace. Ever since i was little because literally meant survival. And today i've been very very fortunate to work with companies like coca cola red bull for roses lynn's baby and tons other and of course my own brand think unbroken when you understand this about branding and marketing and standing out in the marketplace that your values can be the cornerstone for what people cradle alignment with. Then you can stand above those who do not have them. Values are everything. My values personally also correspond with the brand values of my business honesty kindness leadership self. Because i'm always thinking about who. I am every single day that allows me to parlay at with the brand that way when i'm approaching the ford facing marketing. I know exactly the message that i'm delivering if you do not know your values my challenge for us to figure that out as soon as humanly possible. I wouldn't even go to bed tonight unless you can decide. Who am i. And what do i stand for. Why because it's the old adage if you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything and having values individual and whether or not they correspond with your brand give you the ability to put your feet down in cement. The beginning of a legacy. Because what i'm always thinking about is when you look back and you think about the choices and decisions you made over the course of the last six months john. Were they alignment with your values. Were they in alignment with the brand. Were they in alignment with your mission because if you filter everything through your values i whatever that value may be for you and for your brand then you know that you will always be making the right choices the right decisions and choosing right actions.

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Willard Scott, Legendary TODAY Show Weatherman, Dies at 87

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Willard Scott, Legendary TODAY Show Weatherman, Dies at 87

"Willard scott has died at the age of eighty seven. The death of the former today show weatherman was confirmed by al roker. Npr's aren't disciple. Looks back at scott's career. Millions of americans spent the eighties and nineties waking up to willard scott on. Nbc's today he served up a reverent weather forecasts along with his trademark birthday wishes for the nation centenarians purse out hundred four driven longevity. The loving his wife and eating an apple every single day but the longevity of scott's career went beyond the today show he spent a decade hosting the macy's thanksgiving day parade and was a prolific commercial pitchman early in his career. Scott played bozo the clown. He was also the original ronald mcdonald but no matter where they saw him. Tv viewers could depend on willard scott to be good natured and good for a

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Suga Bows out of Party Vote

TIME's Top Stories

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

Suga Bows out of Party Vote

"Japan's prime minister you shahida suge is resigning. Here's what that means by amy guna. You'll shahida suge is bowing out. As prime minister of japan amid increasing anger over his government's handling of covert nineteen in the wake of the tokyo olympics. He announced friday that he will not seek reelection as leader of the liberal democrat party or ldp at the end of september suge age. Seventy two became prime minister just one year ago after long-serving prime minister shinzo ave stepped down over health concerns. He said during a party meeting friday that he wanted to focus on the corona virus pandemic instead of continuing on as the head of the ldp with a general election upcoming in the fall. Sagoes resignation paves the way for a new leader of the world's third largest economy. Here's what the know about subas resignation and what it means for japan. Why is suge stepping aside after just a year in office. Soukous popularity has plummeted over his handling of the corona virus. Pandemic japan is currently battling its largest wave of the virus since the pandemic began subas insincere and ambiguous comments and actions on containing the pandemic every single day have may japanese citizens very frustrated says yoshikazu cotto a research fellow at the racquet insecurities economic research institute in tokyo. The public nowadays basically does not trust the government at all suka hoped the olympics would help boost his popularity but despite a record medal count for japan has ratings sank even lower. The number of covert nineteen cases has surged to all-time highs in recent weeks in japan due to the more contagious delta variant. The japanese public angry after subas decision to hold the international event in the midst of a pandemic as increasingly ignored government pleas to stay at home support for the prime minister was below thirty percent in both july and august according to polls by local media suge has long been under pressure due to criticism of his corona virus response and a host of other issues says christie davila the deputy director of the asia program at the german marshall fund of the united states.

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Biden Calls Evacuation From Afghanistan an Extraordinary Success

WBZ Morning News

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Calls Evacuation From Afghanistan an Extraordinary Success

"Exit from Afghanistan was an extraordinary success. ABC is Andrew Jim. Burt says some Americans have been left behind with fewer than 200 Americans remaining in the country. Michael, a. Green card holder, who works as a teacher in Delaware, says he tried to leave on the same day the Taliban took over Kabul but could not reach the airport. They locked down the airport area. They were not letting anyone in because they heard that the Taliban just came into Kabul. Days later, Michael finally made it to the airport gate. I went once, and it was crazy, hectic. It was very dangerous, so I felt very afraid. So. The White House says it will continue to make diplomatic efforts now to get those Americans who are in the country and want out. To get them back home. Meantime, CBS news military consultant and retired Army Colonel Jeff McCausland says the reality is the U. S. Lost this war tragically. We were unable to establish your encourage the creation of a government in Kabul that enjoyed the support of the majority of the Afghan population and the trust of the Afghan military. Without this. Our efforts were doing a war cost the United States $300 million every single day over the past 20 years. Chopper

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Lady Diana: Fairy Tale or Horror Story?

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Lady Diana: Fairy Tale or Horror Story?

"Diana princess of wales oftentimes called the people's princess born into a wealthy aristocratic family with strong royal ties. Dina grew up assuming her future would be pretty damn bright of course. She assumed that she was raised. Essentially to be married someone with royal blood to be married to a high born man of means. But you couldn't have known or assumed dreamt. Maybe that you would actually marry the prince of england heir to the british throne and become the british commonwealth princess. That's exactly what happened. She i caught. Prince charles is is a teenager when he was of all things. Dating her older sister would appear to be a sweet and dreamlike. Royal romance would begin later when that would capture the world's attention then it seemed to have it all to be living a fairy tale. A little prince the off romanticized prince charming had picked her her foot at fit the fabled glass slipper and she looked like a fairytale princess. She was young elegant fashionable beautiful. And now she wasn't actual princess but fairy tales. Don't often actually really come true do they. Yes dan i was becoming a princess but she was not becoming the happy bride of a devoted in love struck prince charming their fairytale romance was fake from the beginning a show put on for the cameras to uphold the all important picture perfect and profitable image of the british royal family beneath the facade of their romance behind the beautiful clothes and jewels. Extravagant wealth was a woman who is sick and suffering. Diana wet a man whose heart and bed already belonged someone else someone. The king and queen had deemed unsuitable wife for the prince. Diana's happy heavily publicized honeymoon was spent largely in tears. She married a man who she didn't really love because you didn't really know him a man who wished he was married to someone else and now diana worked hard to hide her true feelings from the media frenzy that surrounded her. She'd sacrificed any hope for a private life. Once she'd said yes to prince charles's marriage proposal. The british media and paparazzi would now watch her every move the rest of her life often waiting for her to make a mistake looking for suspected chinks in the royal family's armor diana herself said towards the end of her life after her marriage had ended. I seem to be on the front of a newspaper every single day which is an isolating experience and the higher. The media puts you places you. The bigger the drop

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Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Responds to Relieve of Duty for Criticizing Kabul Failures

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Responds to Relieve of Duty for Criticizing Kabul Failures

"Oh, that's been going after him. Lieutenant Colonel Stewart Sheller, Public Enemy number one, Whitman was their hero, by the way, Love. Veneman weren't even allowed to say anything about Veneman, which made me say, you know, talk about him even more. Who's ever the left tells me not to talk about anything. You have to talk about it more. You have talked about it double and triple the amount. That's what they do. They try to silence you. The best way to break through that wall of silence is to flip them the double barrel middle finger and talk about it more. So it's just not right. How the left never seems to have any principles at all. They really object to this Stuart Sheller, calling out our military leadership, political leadership and others for not taking responsibility for the disaster in Afghanistan. Call him out, making public enemy number one. Yet when Veneman called out President Trump in uniform up to Capitol Hill, he was a hero. It's almost like the leftist No principles at all right. Well, he followed that up Stuart Sheller with another video. Where he's not apparently backing down at all. I don't know Stuart Sheller again. I can't Can't vouch for him because I don't know him. I don't. But I know for a fact that he took it on the chin here, and it's not backing down one bit. Check this out. Money can make you a slave to the system. And it can make you compromise what you truly believe in Don't need a single dollar. I just need every single person that's willing to go back outside the wire every single day to wear a blue collar and just go in and work every single day and feed their families. Those are the people that I need. Follow me and we will bring the whole thing system down. I am honorable. You can ask any Marine who served with me for 17 years. I dare you to ask them all and find out what I'm made of. We're just getting started.

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Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

The $100 MBA Show

01:25 min | Last month

Side Hustling Habits That Helped Me Quit My Job

"Let's talk about working on that side hustle. A business not going to build itself. You have to put in the time dedicated time. During the week i would spend about ninety minutes an hour to two hours on building. My side hustle. So gilmore on five probably done with dinner by six a relaxed for an hour and then from seven to nine ish. I would work on my side hustle. And then i would move on with the rest of the night go to bed start the next day very little wiggle room right very little time for dilly-dally i know but i knew this was gonna take for me to be able to build side hustle. That was gonna launch me into the next phase of my entrepreneurial career which is fulltime entrepreneurship. So i spent by ninety minutes every single day and i spent at least eight hours during the weekend so either one full day or four hours each day. Working on my side hustle. The reason why. I did it every day and not to say hey. I'm going to spend all weekend long and not do anything during the week is because it's again very important to have momentum to build upon something day after day if you forget about your business for a few days four five six days and then jump right back into it takes a while to get back into it and to remember what you where you left off and worded what to do you kind of lose focus so one of that momentum so i spent as much time as i can every day even sometimes just an hour but at least i can build upon the next

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"single day" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"single day" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"With problems like a surprise lake year. Literally a problem for newer. Like you if you didn't have problems you wouldn't have a busy like all you do is solve problems. That is your job every single day. And if you're not an entrepreneur then you solve someone else's problems which is also powerful and we need those people too so that's the only difference. It life is problem solving those problems. Make a stronger. They make us better. They make a smarter that make us wiser and so now with training my mind when a problem comes up i literally.

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"single day" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

The Daily 202's Big Idea

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"single day" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea

"Amid soaring numbers Florida. Governor Rhonda Santa's stuck to an aggressive reopening plan. Guests have returned to Walt Disneyworld Sat. Officials recently ordered schools to reopen five days a week in the new academic year, and the State is set to hold the Republican National Convention next month in Jacksonville. Number two. For months, Anthony Thoug- has played a lead role in America's corona virus response, he served as narrator, assessing risks, and issuing increasingly blunt warnings as the nation's response has gone badly Awry my colleagues Zmuda Buthe Lab Josh Dossey Lori McGinley report that the trump administration has street from the advice of many of its scientists and public experts, and now the White House has moved to sideline They've scuttled some of his plan. TV appearances largely kept him out of the Oval Office. Office for more than a month, even as corona virus infections surge in large swath of the country in recent days. Thao she has found himself directly in the president's crosshairs during a Fox News interview on Thursday with Sean Hannity, Trump said FAO chief quote is a nice man, but he's made a lot of mistakes and when Greta van Susteren asked trump last week about FAO cheese assessment that the country was not a good police. Trump said flatly quote I disagree with him. G No longer briefs Trump and last book to the President during the first week of June. That's according to a person with knowledge of trump's calendar for some administration officials developments like this have been assigned that their job was on the line, but trump cannot directly fire Ouchi Thoug- is a career civil servant with more than fifty years in government experience who enjoys? Enjoys strong bipartisan support in Congress in any case, the official who talked to the Post said, the president has no plans to get rid of Ouchi as for vouch himself, he's frustrated by the turmoil and the state of the outbreak, but friends say he has no plans to abandon his post, which includes a critical role in the development of a vaccine and treatments. A White House official released a statement saying that several White House. Officials are concerned about the number of times Dr Fauci has been wrong things and included a lengthy list of the scientists comments from early in the outbreak FAO chief supporters meanwhile acknowledged early mistakes, but attribute them to the challenges posed by a new and largely unknown pathogen. All of this underscores the deteriorating relationship between a scientist and a president who wants bonded over their shared New York City, routes and love of sports, but whose report has long since disintegrated over their differences on facemask policy on state, reopening strategies and on the use of anti malarial drugs to treat covid nineteen number three. All of this brings us to the state of the presidential race president. Trump's management of this summer's crises has triggered what Democrats detect as a tectonic shift in the political landscape democratic? Leaders are suddenly bullish about not only taking back the White House but also wresting control of the Senate and expanding their house majority. My colleagues Philip Rucker Rachel Baid and Sung men CAM report that trump incumbent advantages have steadily eroded since the spring, the president now trails presumptive Democratic nominee. Joe Biden in virtually every public poll nationally and in battleground states. Trump is also lagging. Lagging behind the former vice president in fundraising for May and June trump and his advisors insist that their campaigns internal data show the race as more competitive, and that he can gain momentum in the week ahead with a disciplined message and a brutal sustained assault on Biden's character ideology and his mental acuity yet trump has never shown much discipline and time and again this year he has stymied his campaigns best efforts with bouts of seeming self sabotage. On Friday, night, trump provoked critics new with his decision to commute, the prison sentence of longtime confidant Roger Stone. With the coronavirus pandemic, still raging across much of the country Biden enjoys a commanding position though his campaign advisers say nothing is yet secured, and they are careful not to take any seat for granted both Democratic and Republican operatives increasingly view trump as a drag on gop candidates in many Senate and House races especially in suburban areas where polling and focus group data suggests he has been bleeding support voters, disapproval of trump's handling of the pandemic and of the Racial Justice Movement, as measured in public surveys has buoy Democrats down the ballot. Some longshot Democratic contenders in Kentucky South Carolina and other Republican strongholds reported staggering fundraising halls, and reason days which party leader see as a sign that. They're playing. Fields could expand even further house speaker Nancy Pelosi said in an interview that if the election were held today, that's would pick up seats and expand their majority, but she cautioned that trump remains popular in a number of congressional districts in traditionally Republican. Areas that Democrats captured in the two thousand eighteen midterm elections Pelosi said she's worn. Fellow Democrats not to let their guard down Biden leads trump by nine percentage points among registered voters in a Washington. Post average of national polls conducted since mid June Biden also leads the incumbent, and in some cases, even outside the margin of error in recent polls in the battleground states of Arizona Florida Michigan. North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. and. That's the daily to you for Monday July thirteenth. Stay safe and thanks so much for listening..

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"single day" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"single day" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"She had this vision for an finale. She got her way. The finale is one of the best parts of the entire events. I continue. I am an expectations manager. It's in my d. And when we had our two oldest kids Rachel momentum with her business really started growing even some ten years ago she already had a clear vision for where this all was going but me. I thought it was neat to have this daring sense of what was possible for the future but I truly thought my role was to be a support of listener and of course the cheer for her but just not too much. My job was to temper some of what she thought was possible so she wouldn't be disappointed if it didn't come together. I promise it came from a place of love. I really truly believe that what she needed. Most for me was the practical person in our relationship. I was a pragmatist if I could. I tried to convince my younger self that there's a version of this. That still stays true to its valuable. Pragmatic routes but that comes along side and believes in the dreams of the dreamer without minimizing it without trying to manage expectations around. Are you may have heard this story before. But I'm telling you if you relate in any way. Listen to the words of this story one time when Rachel told me about a very ambitious dream of taking her career to the next level. I thought you're crazy and my job in the season is to keep you from thinking you can actually do this because I love you so and I want to protect you from disappointment what I actually said to her was come on Babe. There's like a million to one chance of that happening. She was incredulous. She said a million to one chance they've already asked for follow up meetings okay. That was true. I had to give it to her at the very least to get her. The look offer face okay. Then maybe not a million to one but like a three percent chance that this will actually happen. That did not sit well with her. It came from a place of love. It was received in a way that contradicted my intent. What I was saying was. I don't want you to be disappointed but in part what I was also saying was. I don't believe you can do this. In fact I gave her a ninety seven percent chance that she wouldn't do this when I sit and really think about it. What I really was also saying. I don't think you're strong enough to deal with the consequences of trying but not achieving your dream which makes me want to cry a little bit. What a brutal realization. My attempts to play my role well and keep my wife from being disappointed signal over and over again that I either didn't think she was capable or didn't think she was strong enough to deal with adversity. Rachel knew what she was doing. She knew this vision she had. I assumed the role of trying to keep her from getting ahead of herself from getting excited and then being let down. I was misguided about six months later. I came home from work to find a box on the table. What is this I asked? It's a gift you got me. She said Oh my goodness I'm so glad I got it for you. What did I get you? I handed her the box and she opened it at inside was a little charm bracelet that little charm had three percent stamped on it that thing. I told her that she wasn't going to do the one I told her there was a three percent chance of her doing. She'd gotten confirmation that day that the network that she wanted to sign a contract with had sent over the contract she was going to be the host of a nationally. Syndicated cable television program. She would do the thing that I'd given her next to no chance of achieving quote. I got this as a reminder that even my best friend and big supporter occasionally only gives me a three percent chance of accomplishing my dreams. And I can't let that. I can't let that keep me from trying if I listen to you. I wouldn't have kept trying. She wore that bracelet on her on her wrist every single day for years as she built our company so I her best friend I her biggest supporter. I A person who loves her more than anything tried my best to in representing my love. Keep her from being exposed and having some kind of disappointment in some way show up and as I say in the book right. That's a masterclass in passive aggression. But it's also a in tenacity right. She decided despite the headwinds of someone that she loves and CRAVES LOVE FROM THAT. She was going to push herself to do a thing that she believed she could do. Even if I didn't believe it and if there is somebody in your life right now who is questioning your ability to make it through this time to pivot in your work to lead your family well to fill in the blank right whatever. Your Vision or dream is for twenty twenty then. You're going to have to choose tenacity. You were going to have to choose to get back up. You'RE GONNA have to choose to keep on going even in the headwind even in the face of this person. This societal construct. This mother-in-law this this person in your small group questioning your ability to do it right. When it came to write in her book. It was the authority of people in traditional publishing. Who had forever and ever and ever done work and their expertise told her she had to change her work to make it fit their world and she said No. I'm a go do my thing is I believe in what I'm doing and through tenacity. I am going to make this into something when it came to speaking. She standing on stage having conversations handshaking with no cards decided that she was willing to put in the time through tenacity to continue to get back up even when she made mistakes even as she failed because it was in a decision to show up over and over and over again tenacity driving this decision even while she wasn't great at it to become great. That was the price of entry in the face of me. Her best friend and partner the one who loves her the most and wants so much for her in this life. Her best cheerleader. That I in any way could put a limit on how big she could dream or how likely it was that she could pull something off. She was going to have to tap into the tenacity that got her all the way through to continue to help her get through right. You're going to have to choose it no matter what the conditions are and the conditions right now who headwinds. We are in the midst. Oh headwinds and you're gonNA have to decide to tap into your tenacity every single day. People ask this book is called. Get Out of your own way a skeptics guide to growth and fulfillment. I wrote this book long before there was a quarantine I think. It is more practical and applicable in this team. I think you should buy it two day period but regardless you are going to have to one hundred percent. Choose to tap into your tenacity every single day. Even on the days that you don't feel like it because that is the thing that is going to get you through these times regardless regardless of what the conditions of this world of this environment end up being we made it through. Tuesday it through a little Tuesday yell talking with me now. Grow beard cuts his own hair and sits in very hollis on a day where she's writing a book? What's Rachel's next book? I'm a let Rachel tell you about angels next book. It's GONNA come way sooner than you might expect. She's turning it in on Friday. It's going to be out later this year. I'm very very excited. How'd you get involved in the next ninety challenge you go over to the Hollis Co dot com forward slash next nine zero? It is one hundred percent free fourteen weeks of US coming together in community to encourage each other? Hang out and try and make our way through this not just survive this quarantine but thrive through it. I am excited for the way. Everyone has been active in this community. And please if you're interested at all roll on in we've got some great stuff coming for the rest of this time as well. We're about halfway through all right. Y'All have yourself fantastic Tuesday if you have not yet listened to the rise podcast today? It's completely free but again it's Rachel encouraging you to set a goal to set a vision for how the rest of this year will show up.

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"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"PODCAST and I'm your host Scott Ingram. I had a really interesting conversation over drinks last Sunday afternoon. That got me thinking about just how important. It is to manage expectations to be successful in sales over the long term. I'm going to talk about this primarily as it applies to the sales process and the expectations you set with your future customers immerse but it applies just as much. Maybe even more to the way you manage expectations internally with your leadership so you may want to listen into this twice and think about it from that perspective as well or maybe I'll just record another tip in the future focused on effectively managing up anyway. Having having once sold for a company called bizarre voice whose primary product is a ratings and reviews platform. That you've very likely seen and experienced on. The websites sites of large retailers in top brands. Got A unique perspective in view into satisfaction and what drives positive sentiment it ultimately taught me that satisfaction is a function of expectation. Let's say for example that you and I both by product and we have the same experience just to make this easy. Let's say that that experience was a seven on a scale of one to ten. Now if your expectation was a five and your experience was seven. You're going to be satisfied. You're GONNA be happy. The experience exceeded your expectations. Now if my expectation was nine and in my experience was a seven. Now I'm dissatisfied. I'm probably upset again. We had the exact same experience but our level of satisfaction. Shen is dependent on what we were expecting now. Let's look at this from perspective of our customers. If you oversell and promise things that aren't aren't possible to get a deal done. You have basically created a future liability. You set that customers expectation level at a nine or a ten knowing knowing that they are actual experience is going to be a seven. They'RE GONNA be upset if you sell some type of subscription service. It's likely they're not going to renew and they're gonNA WANNA switch to one of your competitors you and your company probably going to get bad mouth and you can forget about ever getting any sort of referrals girls or having them as a reference. Basically you screwed your future self. The flip side here also known as the right way is all about setting setting expectations with your future customer appropriately be upfront and honest about any gaps or shortfalls. They might experience in the sales process. US I know this can be super scary but the reality is that it builds massive amounts of trust because most people are telling them whatever they want here here and they know that's bs so go back and listen to tip number fifty eight from todd. Caponi where he talks about. How transparency sells better than perfection action for another example? Heck Todd even wrote a book on this topic and it's no accident that he came out of the same ratings and reviews space that I mentioned earlier earlier. I strongly believe that with this type of an approach. You're more likely to win. Even though you shared that you have a couple of wards enough funny looking mole with the big hair growing out of it but the best part is what happens afterwards. Because now they're happy they love you. They love your company now. They're looking forward to hearing about that. Big upsell item. Your team just finished deploying. They're willing to introduce you to their peer so you can create more more opportunities and they're glad to get on that reference call to help you win yet another deal. That is what managing expectations is. All about at least. That's Mike Perspective. What do you think I always enjoy hearing from you? And as always you can leave a comment and find appropriate links at daily sales dot tips forward slash to sixteen. Now do us both a favor and tell one of your friends or colleagues in sales about this. Show set their expectations right right. It's good maybe not the greatest thing ever but it's pretty solid then come back tomorrow for another great sales dipped. Thanks for listening. You're listening to the daily daily sales tips. PODCAST I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today I've got a killer tip for you from Todd Caponi to kick off the week and this is something you can start using right away way. Todd is the author of the international bestselling book the transparency sale a top rated keynote speaker and trainer as principal of Sales Mellon LLC and he's also managing director of Chicago's venture scale curious. Everybody Todd Caponi here. Author of the transparency sale and for for today's temp wanted to talk to you a little bit about email and just empathizing with the inbox of the person that you're trying to prospect to via via email so wanting to keep in mind as as you move up in your career. Let's say it's from sales professional to manager to director. BP to sea level with each one of those steps the volume of emails that you receive goes up now one point as a cro. I was receiving in between one hundred and one hundred fifty emails every single day. So one thing to note is that I had to be responsive to e mail so oh I had to be checking them all day long. I often joked that it was a little bit like a play in the instant lottery. where I have to check because there could be a winner in there could be a message essence from customer? My boss might. Investors Might Board that I needed to be responsive too but odds are it was going to be filled with losers. So how did did I check. Well two things that think about number one is when you have one hundred hundred. Fifty e mails and in my role as a Sierra thirty thirty to thirty five meetings that I was into. I just simply could not respond every single one often. You hear people say well. Can't you just respond in say you're not interested to do that. One hundred one hundred fifty times a day is not realistic for somebody. That's in an executive level. So what we do. Is We scan our Inbox Fox and we immediately look at it all right. Is this email here to help me or is it your to sell me in the way you do. That is not just what the subject line and more. We've been teaching wraps to optimize the subject line for so long but in every inbox. Hi Hat whether it be my g mail my outlook and even on my phone. There's a preview. You obtain ten to fifteen words in there too. Are you looking at that when you're thinking about the emails that you're sending out because the executives are using that preview as a predictor predictor as to whether or not that email is there to help them or to sell them might vic- to you is to have some empathy with that. Read your first ten words and understand in if you're putting yourself into that prospects choose. What impression are you giving is personalized invaluable or is it? Clearly there to sell is part of a cadence or is it personalized. Did you take the time to send it. So one quick ship is to get rid of the is in the We's out of the first ten words of your emails and make it about the customer and again empathize with them think about personalized value value. Are you creating that impression with your emails. And if you're not it's probably why you're not getting too much engagement with those so good place to start pope. It helps with love to hear how goes and good luck. Now do yourself a favor and follow todd on linked to end and go get your own copy of the transparency sale. You'll find links to do both of those things and you can also see the video version of Todd's tip at daily sales dot tips forward slash to forty. Then if you hurry and are one of the first I three people to send me an email to Scott at top one dot..

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"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"To have inventory place for the holiday season. Or maybe it's to align with the buyer start of their fiscal year. Also what's the dollar value of a quick decision Asian and immediate implementation. Now let's get something straight you can't force feed buyers value messages that are long complicated redundant or meaningless. So here's some advice that falls into the don't ever do this category. I don't use language or terminology that may be unfamiliar to the buyer. Used to buyers language and customize demise your message second don't underestimate the buyers propensity to roster to respond with a challenging question like I just don't believe you can get this done in that short a timeframe and last don't ever commodities your product. Don't feed your buyer metoo messages like our product can match the productivity of any other products in the marketplace. Stay away from cheap messages. Like when you compare all the products in this category you'll be surprised how inexpensive our product is avoid languages. which is you know language that commodities unnecessarily your product? So as you as you craft a mess just don't think value messages of monologues points of view or an elevator speech value matches are really a twenty second sound bite or claim that is meant to arouse interest prompt insight at advance the buying the process so think of value messages as headlines that you can deploy a conversation to pick stakeholder or buying interest have two or three of these sound I'm bisexual. Higher Product will meet a need critical to overall productivity..

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"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"Listening to the daily sales tips. PODCAST I'm your host Scott Ingram today Jason. Jason Bay from blissful prospecting is back with his weekly idea to help us improve our prospecting efforts here he is what have been hearing a lot of. Lean in if you're on Lincoln following in sales trainers and people like that. A lot of people are saying the cold calling is dead and the truth matters that it isn't recalled emailing isn't dead either social selling. They're not seeing that right now but at some point I'm sure people I will say that social selling is dead so the big thing right now is you really need to be mixing these together to take advantage of the fact that you don't really know how the prospects are what their preferred communication style is so some people like communicating over the phone. Some over email. I have a prospect. I've been working on lately. We only communicate through Lincoln. So unless we're doing all three of those you're not really taking advantage of how they might like to communicate so what is dying in. My opinion with cold calls is sitting sitting at the phone in hammering the phones all day and not doing any sort of intelligence around new information gathering to personalize the outreach near repurposing some of that messaging suggest for an e mails and social and that sort of thing so a lot of the results and the studies. I'm going to recommend checkout are Gong I o not it'd be linked in the show notes. They just have a lot of great data because they have call tracking analysis or you can sync it up with your call recording software. And they'll actually look for trends trends and what people are saying and how that relates in results into a an appointment set are a deal closed and that sort of thing so what they said though is that there's a one point five eight success percent success rate with cold calling right now in the reason for that is you know it's a combination of what people are saying but it's really how they're helping the prospect connect the dots and really they get to the point in show that personalized in did some research. So I want to give you four strategies you can use to warm up your calls so strategy. Number one is connecting connecting those dots for the prospect. So an example of that is making sure that whatever you're doing to personalize the outreach actually connects to your value prop of how you can help them or a challenge that might be dealing with. So we're working with commercial real estate company now and one of the big things that they look for is companies looking to consolidate their locations so if they have a lot of manufacturing plants a lot of times when they're growing really quickly they run into situations where it's more efficient to have fewer locations so we look for personalization. We found something about this company and it said hey one of the big things. We're working on right now. Due to dealing with international tariffs is we're looking to consolidate our locations in North America so there that's the thing that we can say in our coal call. Hey the reason for my call is that I noticed on your website. You guys mentioned. You're making big big focus right now to consolidate and and one of the challenges that you're dealing with his international terrorists and then you can go into your pitch and that sort of thing so connect the dots for the prospect. The second thing you can do is warm up the prospect so hopefully awfully. They've heard of you. Maybe are seen some of your stuff priority reaching out to them so really simple way to do that as follow them on. Lincoln engage with some of their content a cinema connection Turner question. What we like to do is send them emails so we send them in a cold emailer prior and then this goes into the third step following the engagement we only actually actually call the people that are engaging really heavily with the emails so if you have a fifty percent open rate? Let's save with your emails for example you can go back and look at. Hey who the fifty percent of people that are opening this and who's opening in multiple times and then when you go to call them you can repurpose the same messaging. So in that first email you're going to have some sort of personalization a challenge that you can help them with your value prop and then a call to action when you go to make the cold call or the warm call as we're calling it. You can actually reference the same exact Zac personalization that you mentioned in the email and keep the messaging very consistent just using a different medium. No different than how a podcast might repurpose podcast or that. Some with that content into a blog post where video in the lastly strategy in before you can use his calling when the prospect is most likely to pick up a generic rule of thumb. That you can use is in Gong. Data will show this as well that Wednesday and Thursdays tend to be times where people are more receptive picking up a call from someone they don't know versus Mondays and Fridays. Friday's so I'm not saying you shouldn't call Mondays and Fridays. But just know that if you want if you had the ability to really stack your time I would probably pick Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays. The other other thing too is if you're doing you know predetermined call blocks other thing that their data shows is from eleven to twelve PM. Levin aimed at twelve PM is really good time to people. People like picking up and from four PM to five PM in the prospects local time zone. That's another way you can make sure the half. I'm only going to have two or three hours to make calls. Sam GonNa make a during times most likely to pick up so you can read more about. This actually wrote an article about it on lead accused blogs so that'll be linked in the show notes as well and make sure that your warming up those. It's cold calls. So you have a higher chance of getting through to the prospect. For more about Jason Bay blissful prospecting and the links that Jason mentioned in this tip. Just click the go-to daily sales dot tips forward slash to forty two. If you WANNA go even deeper definitely check out the article Jason Road on lead. IQ Then be sure to check in tomorrow for another great sales tip from Jeff Pejic. Thanks for.

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"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"In this episode is sponsored by outreach you can check them out and get a free copy of their new book sales engagement. Hell the world's fastest growing growing companies are modernizing sales through humanization at scale by clicking over at the top one dot FM forward slash outreach. Last Friday we celebrated the three hundredth episode of the daily Sales Tips podcast. Hopefully you're already listening to that if you're not this'll be a quick montage in Sampler of some of the the top tips among those first three hundred. And if you're already a listener thank you. Hopefully you'll still find value in these as a quick review of some of the tips. That seem seem to be resonating. The most I've pulled together five of the top tips for you and then we'll close things out with episode three hundred. The policemen order is a bit mixed up. Appear but what I can tell you is that Jason Bay owns all three of the top three spots with his tips which is precisely why he gets a primetime spot. What every Tuesday on the show? Here's just one of Jason's tips and then you'll hear from Tom. Williams Todd Caponi also for me a couple of times. Oh and one more note. Note all the books that were offered have already been claimed but there are more coming this week. So you'll probably want subscribe to daily sales tips right away all all right. Let's get to those tips here. You Go. You're listening to the daily sales tips. PODCAST I'm your host Scott Ingram today Jason. Jason Bay from blissful prospecting is back with his weekly idea.

"single day" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Features of the Middle East which I the enemy of Miami exactly surly my friend. In all cases we should want Saudi Arabia to succeed. Ray should be Giving them advice ace and assistance and so forth I but that has to be fairly forthright with them I have offered some of this to very high ranking individuals in the the government. That's the cornerstone or the keystone or whatever of the Gulf region and really influences huge. And if they can go down a path Catholic moderation which is generally where they're headed. Yep Women driving no longer having the Guardian rule for women and so forth. That would be very very helpful. uh-huh in the region and indeed in the world eruptive trace. Thank you for being with us. Assessing the damage veteran days veterans day annual tradition. We have thanks and read. Thanks to all veterans who are out there and he'll be honored on the streets of New York today. Thank you next on spot. The spy who tweeted me facebook's facebook's former chief security officer on spying valley these kinds of things that you used to see of other countries to turn spies with the US defense contractors within government government agencies. It's now the company's third. We'll be right back. You're listening linked to squawk pop to former twitter. Employees were charged by the Department of Justice last week with spying on social media users for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The government charges that the two men who both left the company in Twenty fifteen used their credentials to access phone numbers and email addresses of potentially thousands thousands of twitter users who were critical of the Saudi royal family. Twitter was once embraced by Saudis seeking free expression inside a country with state media but these charges underscore a crackdown on dissent in the kingdom. Perhaps most publicly highlighted in the murderer Washington Post journalist Jamal Kashogi just over a year ago and Saudi Saudi Arabia's response and use of social media to distance officials involvement. Here's Joe Kernan Becky. Quick and guest host Tom Farley next gas warns horns. There's more to come join us now. As Alex Stamos former facebook chief security officer and now Stanford University Adjunct professor and NBC News Cybersecurity analysts that that sounds ominous. What do you mean more gives some insight into to the worst case scenario? This is really bad for its cables. Hey Good morning so I think one of the things we need to keep in mind is a number of American companies and now including the companies have become the frontline in the battle between the United States adversaries from eight both a economic espionage but also a human espionage battle and you know these kinds of things that you used to see of other countries trying to turn spies within. US Defense Contractors within government agencies. It's now the tech companies binny's turn because of the amount of user data. They have globally in the fact that like in the twitter example that they are the platforms by which people communicate about autocracies. The only safe way in some of these countries that you can talk about how how you dislike the government your desire for democracy and the like is on American tech platforms arms but that also means that these companies now have a real moral responsibility to their users to protect that data to make sure these autocracies can't use it to suppress them at home. Count on mighty trying to figure out the right path. Alex at it I can see. I'd have to ask myself which way I would want to air what I wanNA air on on kind of the wild wild west in. Don't you know we're all adults don't don't hurt innovation or I don't want us to become China China. I'd WANNA look I don't want US censoring things and you know baby feeding all of us to what we can handle either so I mean and the other thing it should we should we try to anticipate the bad things that are going to happen in regulate beforehand or do we let these things blow up all all these different areas areas then say oh I guess we should have thought of that and then do it. I don't know which is right. I don't know which side we wanNA a-rod well. I'm not sure there's a good regulatory path here first off. These companies have no desire for their employees to be threatened. Turn to so I do think there is an alignment of interests between the large urge American communication platforms and US interests in this case. I think it's up to the companies right now to think about what kind of data they hold and and what can access they have internally for a long time in Silicon Valley the model of building up engineering teams has been to allow them to have access to almost any data so they can be really efficient innovative in their work. And I think that model is going to have to change because it puts employees in really untenable position especially those who have families who live in these countries. There's a number of autocracies around the world who have no compunction against leaning on people's families as as a point of leverage and I think the I work has to happen there and then I also see some acknowledgment in different parts the US government that the domestic counter intelligence work that they've done for decades now has to extend into understanding the way these countries these companies might be infiltrated. There's there's a lot of things here that private industry can't do by itself. Am I naive to be particularly surprised and disappointed that Saudi was spying on. US soil In a US US company given our relationship with Saudi given the education information the weapons. We sell them the intelligence that we provide them. Yeah I mean I guess. I wouldn't be surprised surprised that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a friend of me of the United States. I think through all of the actions of the current crown prince NBS ES They have demonstrated that they are not really reforming towards democracy like was advertised that the primary goal of the Saud aw. Saudi royal family is to stay in power. Obviously the horrible horrible actions against Jamal Kashogi demonstrates that so. I do think this was interesting now. What was kinda surprising? Here is of all the countries that have the ability despite the United States the kingdom Saudi Arabia was not the top of everybody's list right. The top is generally considered obviously the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China. And so the fact that the first big case of this was Saudi Arabia. I think indicates it's that we should be concerned about countries that have a much longer. History of spying in the United States have been able to pull off the same kind of thing. Alex we gotta run. We appreciate that shot. I think condie's right in the building. Yup counties yeah next door to actually yes exactly all right good to see. Thanks first-name basis for secretary of State. I don't know what you're talking about. Good that's the show for today. Thanks for listening squad. Fox is hosted by Dzhokhar Becky. Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin tune in weekday mornings earnings on CNBC at six am eastern and she had the disc jockey for a wall. It'll stand right Harry styles with the hair the producers really. I WANNA Delaware. Don't work to get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV. Show right into your ears. 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"single day" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"In business and politics are coming next today on squawk retired general. David portrays on veterans in the workforce is for a while thought. It was the right thing to do to hire veterans. Now they realize it's the smart thing to do and facebook's former security chief on foreign nations spying in the valley the only safe way and some of these countries that you can talk about how how you dislike the government your desire desire for democracy in the light on American tech platforms and J P Morgan's Jamie diamond. Who made thirty one million dollars? Last year says wealth inequality is a problem him. Joe Becky and guest host Tom. Farley weigh-in Jamie diamond is a reason. He's around the best risk managers plus Black Friday super extra the shop shop attainment of singles day I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer. It's Monday November eleventh. Twenty Nineteen Squawk pod begins right now becky by and three good morning everyone welcome to squawk box here on. CNBC we are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. I'm becky quick. Along with Joe Kernan. Andrew is off today but sitting in with us we have Tom Farley. He's the chairman and CEO. Far Point. He's also the former. NYSE president and a CNBC contributor. It's great to have you here. You hear you ready to go. I'm ready to go. Veterans Day Veterans Day and we single stay eleven eleven one one one one. I was there three years ago for singles day. Jack Ma is is not this big screen. Where they tally up the sales and it just keeps going to be the sales that they've seen today just overnight? Eight have been far stronger than they saw even last year. It's grown every single year. Just growing Scott. Why Veterans Day? That's not important they better. They'll eleven one one one one. I wanted you know. That's why singles one the number one to eleven eleven eleven th the eleven singles and celebrate their singularity clarity to word but they also everyone gets married on singles day which is weird four thousand singles. Day I guess and they have Taylor Swift left kick kicking it all off for them. Yeah and you are not single no disappointing so many of our viewers out there. Stop stuff. How the time at six six zero one? That didn't take me long if you got it. Flaunt it why would you not want to be proud. Let's get to the news. Good you're right and sorry I can't help but you know just the elephant in the room. Okay I mean I. I'm usually looking at Andrew. Okay so this is very difficult for me. Tapie Morgan's Jamie diamond speaking out about the wealth gap in America in an interview with CBS sixty minutes. Last night he was pressed on the issue of income inequality and his own salary. The executive pay last year. You were paid thirty one million dollars. Too High. The board sets mine. I have nothing to do with it. Well you could return some of it. I could is going to solve those problems. I'M GONNA leave it to the board by comp not you not depressed answer my question this one. You're fobbing off your the board has to do it ask it. In a general way should executive pay in this country. Because or does that mean cut-back cut-back. Should there be a way to say we're not going to have such a spread between our workers and the guy at the top. You know when you say something like that. Oh you gotta say how you do. It wasn't makes sense. I think he used the taxes knew that I would not have cut the tax. The rich expend the income tax credit instead. which is which like a negative income tax will lower pay people? What what's buffet thing? You criticize with Oh criticized by category quite praised by now I mean I'm talking about sixty minutes. I'm not talking about Jamie I went back to the football game after about five minutes. There's an important well I didn't. I mean I can an interview Jamie myself and get the get these kind of or I can watch US interview him now. I need to bigger audience so he goes on sixty minutes. I guess there's a reason for it but the the questions were Leslie Stahl Lesley Stahl salary. And what does the average. CBS employee salary is it. How many what's the multiple there in? What's her job asking insipid questions that she doesn't really understand what's he do? He actually has to a quarter of a million people are employees that depend on to make the right decisions for bank to to gauge is credit worthiness to anticipate the financial prices better than anybody else anticipated it to protect shareholders. All those points. You made the point about the quarter million employees. She may pointed out that he's the last man standing the only one who still there since the financial crisis I couldn't figure out. Why Jamie agreed to do it until I saw the second part? If you watch there was a second apart after the commercial that was all about what J. P. Morgan Jamie diamond have done in Detroit and that was actually a very good piece. I'm very thoughtful. I didn't realize I was watching the beginning I it was like. Why did he bother to do this? Why would he? Why would he do this? Because it doesn't come off as a lot more people. I guess what seemed to me like it was Bayton switch which they did this whole piece on Detroit. I don't know if you saw it so we did this. Whole piece on? Detroit where J. P.. Morgan is put it in a half a billion dollars or is taking half a billion dollars after one hundred million that they already invested in Detroit where they've done very good work and where they are making a difference along with other companies like What quicken loans has done Dan? Gilbert have done and others that have done this. That's but they're going block by block out in the suburbs and trying to rebuild them. That piece was very good and very interesting. I think this was the oh by the way we talk about news this this snarky send sm at the approach to fat cat banksters. Don't you think we're just. We're just starting with with this as a topic to what's been going on now with Elizabeth Warren for year but I I I think she thinks it's a winning issue. Sixty minutes thanks. It's a winning issue. Thirty one million dollars. It is a staggering amount of money. And so the thought is you just keep saying thirty one million or Elizabeth Warren billionaire and don't feel like twenty if you if the boards that's the problem is is if it's a good old boy network and the boards are in the pocketed talking to the CEO. That's one thing but if it's based on you know creating billions of dollars of shareholder value which might not be created by another CEO. I mean there is a a race to get good town and you can see what happens Europe. That's you can go further than Europe. Where where there were? CEO's can do a fabulous job and they they don't make outside over here going turnover and CEO's here is is at an all time because if you're not any good you do. There's a lot of times where you're not gonNA keep your job and if you are really good Jamie Dimon. There's a reason he's around address point. You know the best risk managers around. I mean I hear you. What thirty million? But if you have have a really if you're a lefty and you really got you know heat and you can throw a change up. You know what you make on the baseball field for that. Do you know what you make when you're a great clarity. They want million dollar. So I'm not not not what you said view. There is a certain amount. The viewing public warranted says. Oh billionaires must be terrible people and they don't stop to say well. What does the back story did they earn? It was valuable. They create jobs. Did they help the economy. I mean would it actually be good for our enemy to billionaires go zero there is a segment of the this morning with the guy who advised her on the wealth tax. Who We've had on your economists who found on a couple of times interview with him this morning on BBC and basically he said billionaires millionare's shouldn't exist right? Nobody deserves that much. Money is is the theory that goes into it behind. You know I like I said I would green bay that game did. Did you watch any of that. I'm not kidding snowing. It was awesome and I had I had been. They had to win by five and by this much they hung on. And you didn't have to watch the interview. Draft Kings made your life so much more interesting it is single staff. That's the world's largest twenty four hour shopping events and ECOMMERCE giant Bryant. ALIBABA has already set a new record in terms of sales topping last year's record of nearly thirty five billion dollars and still climbing. Arjun Carpool joins us. Right now. From Ali Baba's campus in Hung Joe. And that's in China to our. Jim What can you tell us this morning. Wall singles day which kicked off just over nineteen hours ago. Got Off to an absolute flyer within the first hour. Alibaba ragtop gross merchandising value of twelve billion dollars in an hour. And let me just dig into what's driving in that growth and what's allowed Alibaba to hit that record you see behind me now just over thirty two billion dollars. There's been a lot of focused on imported goods which are typically very expensive in China because they are imported and now facing heavy discounts on singles that attracted Chinese buyers. Things like cosmetics are doing very well clothing luxury brands. ooh doing very well. And there's another tour coming into the singles they would. American brands be affected by the ongoing U. S. China China trade war. Would there be any anti US sentiment. That doesn't doesn't seem to be the case actually the US is one of the top countries from which Chinese buyers are buying from. The browns doing wall include NYC and Apple. Apple's iphone eleven pro and pro. Max are among some of the top selling new products at the moment and I'm told me earlier that a powerful and jewelry are also doing well another thing driving the growth today is actually Consumers from some of the smaller Chinese cities not necessarily your Beijing and Shanghai in these giant metropolises. Some of these smaller cities are coming on board more. Disposable income and spending ending on singles day is another part of this whole experience is the entertainment. You guys mentioned Taylor Swift earlier. That kicked off singles day last night but also live streaming you get these internet celebrities live streaming about products and within the stream which people are watching on their mobile's can buy the products that is very very different. Say how we shop on Amazon for example and it's a very every Chinese phenomenom that's spreading across Asia. Now guys back to you are I remember I was I was there in two thousand sixteen and I had a conversation with Jack Ma with the clock. The clock behind you just kept taking up and I said well Jeez can't go on forever and the number of that year was eighteen billion and so listening to you just three years later. It sounds like they're going to more than double that total does this. Does this. Just keep going forever. It's now up to fifteen percent of Amazon's annual revenue on a single day. I I mean this this will continue growing at such a huge thing. And there's so much excitement around when you look at the lights black Friday and cyber Monday over in the US and other parts of the world as well. It's a very different different experience. I mean it's kind of crazy that they had a three four hour gala last night to kick off this event we Taylor swift performing a load of other local celebrities here in China with huge followings as well it's a whole different experience and actually let me show you something very quickly. This screen here is a live. Streep you get all these incidents. Liberty said talking about products and at the top pay. You've got all the discounts house people in their APPs. Buying stuff as these teams are going going from these internet celebrities very different experience. I'd say to what we have when shopping on Amazon or some other sites as well. So that's so part of the show attainment experience and that's actually helping to drive growth as well for Alibaba and many of these other ecommerce giants in China as well weird life the whole concept to me is a little bit weird. It became a big retail day. Because you're celebrating being single Valentine's Day right. It's the opposite. It's just you celebrate the exactly the opposite I would say redundantly. Yeah no it's like I'm GonNa Splurge on myself since I'm alone. I mean you don't want to celebrate being alone that's no way to go through life isn't well. You can celebrate your independence through just because you're not it is let's say it's correlated with youth to some extent right. Yeah uh-huh I know is.

"single day" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. You'd get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace this marketplace podcast is brought to capital one with the spark cashcard from capital one. You're unlimited two percent cashback on all your business purchases think about it unlimited two percent. cashback on everything you buy for your business and that cash back and add up to thousands of dollars. Would you can reinvest reinvest back into your business so you can keep growing learn more capital one dot com capital one. What's in your wallet? Ten Billion Dollars spent in just thirty minutes. No wonder it's dubbed. The world's biggest shopping day live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC. World Service. I'm sleeping Chan. Good morning many of our listeners. News will be familiar with Black Friday and cyber Monday in the US but China also has a huge shopping event. It's called singles day the BBC's leashes centrally reports on how ECOMMERCE ECOMMERCE giant Alibaba is set to benefit from this year's windfall. Single stay was the brainchild of Alibaba. Founded Jack Ma. It was built up as an anti Valentine's Day where instead of buying a gift for someone else you have twenty four hours to buy items for yourself all heavily discounted of course now. This event was kicked off by a live performance by Taylor swift and sales hit one billion dollars off to just one minute and eight seconds before the clock struck five. PM in Beijing Day more than thirty billion dollars had already been spent online. That figure is equivalent to over eighty percent of Amazon's online store sales last quarter as a result singles day and many of its copycat copycat events on now viewed as an important barometer of Chinese. Consumer sentiment now Alibaba has been trying to diversify its business away from its home market and into areas like digital payments. But it's still heavily reliant on ECOMMERCE around eighty percents of its revenue comes from this division. Alibaba has another reason it needs to sustain its record results from MM singles day it plans to hold a dual listing in Hong Kong. This month's and raise reported fifteen billion dollars and on good Alibaba may find it quite hard to shake it off with investors. I'm the BBC's Leisure Santarelli for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed down. Nearly three percent after after another protester was shot by police. Meanwhile Spanish stocks a little change of the country. Second election this year fell to break a political deadlock. Australia is is suffering from its worst bushfires in a decade and now the states of New South Wales in Queensland have declared a state of emergency officials have described the situation as a catastrophe with the area around Australia's biggest city Sydney bracing itself for even worse conditions. Tomorrow Pizza. Maguire is chief executive of Xm Ashtray. Lia in Sydney. The News. Coming across the state has been one of the very much putting a a reality check across the state with one percent of it being bullied or eight hundred fifty thousand hectares and we're looking at temperatures tomorrow to probably breach forty degrees Celsius which is a little unusual used will for this time of year where we're still three weeks from summer. What sorts of economic damage could these bushfires potentially calls? Well one has to realize the possibility of schools being damaged or burns. You've got housing. Of course what goes on this country towns as ours all facets of a commercial zones and then you've got farmlands and you've got agriculture and then you've got pastoral lands seating of crops and of course for animals. The damage can be very very run into the tens of millions or hundreds of millions depending upon how long those flaws last vote pizza McGuire scientists across the world rely on a variety of DNA samples to make groundbreaking discoveries. Africa is the most genetically diverse region in the world yet. Only two percent percent of the continent's DNA is available for this research. A shown again reports from Lagos where one startup is building Africa's first commercial bio bank at the Sickle Cell Foundation in Nigeria patients. Being treated for a disease that affects millions of sub Saharan Africans at this clinic in Sura Larry in Lagos visiting Rebecca. He was diagnosed with a serious life threatening form of the disease when she was seven. She's here with her mum for a checkup. Very happily produced the drug stuck on killed so I will rest of my. There's no cure and the treatment can be hard to access and expensive in parts of Africa fifty. Four gene is a Nigerian company. That's working to find a cure for this disease. He's and for others. It's building Africa's first commercial DNA buyer bank by gathering and storing samples from local hospitals. Dr Abassi any oppong. Tom Is the CEO and founder. We are working to improve the study of genetics research which can lead us to understand the genetic basis up. This is which eventually us to discover new drugs that can be used to treat people of African origin and people who are not of African origin. So everyone so. Why is this research so important? The African gene is the most genetically diverse in the world. But at the moment it makes up only two percent scent of the world's genetic database which Dr Bassey says if fifty four gene can address will make a tremendous difference. Africa has the most washed genetic variation on the planet earth and yet only two percent of the genetic studies has focused on this population. It means that there is lot that we are missing globally in terms of genetics research. In fact there are two drugs in the marquette now in the UK Japan us that were discovered as a result of mutations found in African populations. Interestingly those drugs have not yet come into Africa but there we used to treat people of all races. That's how having data like what we had. What generated in Nigeria can actually help the global research community community? This may be an initiative which started in Africa but the market potential for genomic data from this continent is truly global research that includes people of African in dissent could help health practitioners develop revolutionary new medicines here and across the world a show near a Gurney. They're finally British department store. Harrods has been accused. Accused behaving like the grinch when it comes to visiting. It's Christmas grotto this year parents must spend at least two thousand five hundred dollars if they want their kids to sit on Sundays name. I remember when it was free. I even got a book to take away with me in London. I'm Su- pink Chan with the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service this marketplace podcast is brought to you by the capital one spark cashcard offering unlimited two percent. cashback on all of your business purchases. Learn more at Kaplan dot com capital. One what's in your wallet..

"single day" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

Wall Street Breakfast

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast

"Up Two point five percent of Saudi Aramco sears will be allocated to individual investors in what could be see the biggest IPO in history. The process will begin on November seventeenth and close on December fourth. Other crucial information was lacking like the total percentage of the company. Ready to be sold. The level at which the shares will be priced and an estimate of the total value of Aramco give or take a trillion analyst valuations of the state-backed oil giant around him so far vary greatly ranging from between one point two trillion to two point three trillion. New York's Department of Financial Services has initiated initiated a probe into the credit card practices of Goldman Sachs following a series of tweets for David Hainan. Meyer Hansen the creator of Ruby on rails. He slammed the applecart forgiving him. Plenty Times the credit limit and his wife despite filing joint tax returns and his wife having a better credit score and alleged that gender discrimination was present in the algorithms is that determined credit limits launched in August. The apple cart is a joint venture between apple and Goldman which is responsible for all credit decisions related to the card crude-oil resumed flowing for keystone on Sunday after nine thousand one hundred and twenty barrels of oil leaked out in North Dakota in late October. Marking keystones largest-ever orders never spill pipeline operator energy said. The line will now operate at a reduced pressure. Gradually increasing volume of crude moving through the system users of the the pipeline are also concerned at Keystone Transportation Exemption for higher than standard pressure levels may be at risk after four significant leaks over the past decade to cannabis based medicines manufactured by GW pharmaceuticals have been recommended for use by the HSA for the first time a video lex has has been approved for two rare types of epilepsy Lennox Gestapo and Syndromes Wallis. Brace SETTAVEX has been recommended for muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis campaigners welcomed the decision but said thousands of other people with a range of conditions who could benefit from cannabis based medicines were left in limbo the the UK economy welcome to return to growth in the third quarter as GDP expanded point three percent following a point. TWO PERCENT CONTRACTION IN Q. Two things are still looking weak on an annual basis. UK GDP rose only by one percent marking the lowest rate since the first quarter of two thousand ten when Britain clawed its way out of the financial crisis manufacturing the largest subsector production was also flat in the three months to September two thousand nineteen according to the Office for National Statistics. Sterling is up point four percent to a dollar twenty eight as of six twenty. Am today us. Futures and crude oil are all set to open in the Red Ed with gold slightly up that concludes. Today's Wall Street. Chris Thank you for listening for the best. Investment Analysis and news on the WEB DOT COM. Subscribe to this podcast on Apple podcasts. You will cast spotify stitcher. You can sign up for our other podcasts behind the idea. I think the referees. Let's Hook ups cannabis. Investing podcast and Murphy Played Roundtable almost five phones as well a great day..

"single day" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide

Mandarin Slang Guide

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide

"It is one of your favorite words cool. I think of it. I remember it as cool because it sounds like cool right means like a yeah dope sweet Nelson Awesome so cool means. It's pretty cool. Yeah that's pretty dope. So iphone Sri Khun Cool. I think I phone eleven is it's dope. It's Nice Jones Hall la the Letterman Alp Jones. How is plumbed gross? Joan is to to plant something. That's how is gross. So I think iphone eleven is really cool. I plant grass once again abors. What the hell is happening here trump? How means actually having something you want to buy and usually is something you'll have or you never tried before they you saying other people are using it and it looks pretty good on so you think? Oh maybe I should try it. And that kind of status is called trump's the the desire of buying something is growing like Ross. That's why okay so John Taller doesn't mean I plant grass means Grass has been planted in the yellow. You got to cede has been planted in me and this desire is now Become so great that I will cut off my hand. This is a horrifying night. Shamlan sort love love crafty and capitalist festival. And I'm I'm here for it. So how can you use Jones Hall in like after w eleven. If you find a restaurant that you want to check it out you can say trump's hollow Eaton's Huntin. What John Tell so? I have been planted with brass each n tenting a restaurant. Dot E. D. n. e. being one and then is a measure word which is one of the most confusing things about Chinese which is if there's any quantity associated with a noun between the number and the now and you have to add a measured and C. N. is a measure word for buildings. Yeah so easy and panting in counting being restaurant literally food hall or meal off so what John Holly John Hunting I have been implanted implanted with a desire to attend a a restaurant. What John's Hawaii jen hunting? Okay Cool Nice. Let's move on. What's the next sentence a han-kon okay? It's just a question. Like really iphone. Sri Teen toll tide war. Whoa jean-paul means cameras cameras or so gentle literally means Mirror head right by it refers to a camera? Tinto how tight what. There's too many cameras Jim thome camera tightwad. Too many So that's a non con Haiti's hideous for hard to literally hard to look at means very none means difficult and Ken means to look at something or to to see so none can is a word that means ugly hideous hard to look at Hutton UNCON- very hard to look at very ugly. So iphone Sri Tinto title nine UNCON- There's too many cameras on that thing. It's very ugly Okay so What's the next? It's Oh how now bats battler how okay fine like I. It's a resigned. Way To agree. If you put the after Hal might give you say how how. Aw that means enthusiastic but the by after it means resigned agreement all hell I guess now. Walk Tall La. Hey Josh from the editing room again and I just realized that I pronounced botts how wrong the whole time. It's not all it's botts all the second tone. So so I sat around the whole time and was super nice and didn't correct me and that would have been a big problem but fortunately we can use the magic of future technology to seamlessly replaced laced every single incorrect pronunciation. You'll even notice it's happening all right so welcome to the future and enjoy the rest of the show what what is tall tall The literature is pluck gross plug. Yeah or or pull up. Yeah so means to like like pull everything out. Yeah so I'm guessing it's the opposite of Jones Hall. It is okay so I've been I've been I have this the desirous seed and planted. But if I BOB's hall I pluck it out. Yeah it means you don't want to buy more okay and by the way favors right now. Are You Jones Hall. Anything the Sensi Jones Hall Chama a toothbrush a too young. Maybe a special toothbrush. Something cool about the Gresh. Well there's actually Schley nothing cool about it. It's just I'm guessing it's GonNa be like what two three dollars to buy this thing. Not now is like hundred fifty dollars why it's so it's not a traumatic but even an electronic trying to toothbrushes. It's not going to be like one hundred. One hundred are embiid one hundred dollars now Dollars less like what seven hundred what are you talking about. That's insane no it's not. You can buy cheap electric toothbrush for much less than that. Okay all right. Yeah Yeah sorry I tried to make its hall go but you haven't. It was not part of the show was literally honestly trying to make tall on the electric toothbrush. Need Bob's hall. Emma male male Martha how less try the conversation. One more time and and see if you can follow everything. Remember the word the special words will be shrunk. SRI will eleven dorsal. Cut Off your hand or spend too much on luxury items. Don't tell which means to have the desire planted within you and all which is to free yourself from this desire and no longer desire to purchase it all right. Let's go sh Leila shot for Jeddah iphone Sri and cool tones Hala sheets treats and Paul title. Halwa changed my mind so easily.

"single day" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"The mid said we need to we need to clean this up and make sure it's good for everybody Yeah no I thought I thought it was great actually so apps even kind of has this digital thing by there's a book called digital minimalism that people are into even kind of spiritual these surrendering letting go has obvious implication episode is brought to you by Vitro Bistros eight nationwide hundred percent.

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"single day" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"single day" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"I don't know about you and I'm feeling good good uh-huh I'm glad fall weather that what it is are you kidding me it's not Paul whether it's been like eighty five Oh yeah that's true fallen trees are starting to change but yeah I mean that's exciting I don't know I'm just feeling I'm feeling stronger training picking up and the wildcard game last night so that's big Oh man totally tuned out baseball I I should get it I always like as much anymore I do enjoy the posts we need to need to make it a point to do that well I expect us to keep the tradition alive of of going to watch the game yeah yeah yeah no last night it was a very exciting game I'm just like jazzed on sports I'm jasmine addicks Frisbee golf discover me it's not frisbee actually I am Jaslyn discovered because the the US World National Tour Championship is starting up today firing up today so for the following along with that sure so yeah life is good man and I I went and saw the game changers movie you did we talk about that was that you see that in Carolina I did I saw the Carolina Theatre which is a great little theatre business the reclining chairs and beard all that stuff it was cool man so they had to is all right so I knew they played it in theaters nationwide for one day only I think right and I thought that was kind of cool look to see if there were anywhere if he was paying anywhere in Nashville and turtles playing three different theaters oh that's great Should try to find somebody with and you were out of town so I asked around and got to talk to a buddy and he decided to come along and ripe that afternoon I just went to look and make confirmed the time and saw that like all but wasn't showing in all of the showings in Asheville six all but one of them was already sold out yeah so there was a lot of hype so but we gotta tickets and sadness sold out theater and watch watch game dangerous the hype machine for that movie has been working for about five years I think five years ago it was coming out and then suddenly it wasn't and then the next summer was and then they just pushed which isn't a bad move because they into the best time to do it now that everything is all Vegan burgers are hitting and everything so I don't know maybe just the longer you put off the better because beginnings of just seems to be trending upward so that's good yeah how was it you liked it I thought it was I thought it was great you know wasn't like for us it wasn't anything mind-blowing just know that we are yeah because he knew it but it was super well don I loved the you know how it focused primarily on on fitness and how the plant based Diet can help in that regard they did go a little bit down the kind of ethical and environmental route for about ten minutes and surprise for that that they did that at all but but it was good they did it well I don't know it's just it was neat you could tell us there's a lot of money behind it and it was well done awesome see that's what's up there and then some friends like Neiman Scott Jerkin bunch of people who we have talked to several doctors that we've talked to on this podcast so I don't know that was it was just really cool to see that and people were clapping along and laughing is girl that's really good I saw on twitter and this is unconfirmed so this could be fake news them spreading that it presold more it presold more it had more pre-sales on I tunes than any movie in History Wow who knows yeah I mean unfortunately we may not be true but if it is good was it so I did there was a long time ago maybe five years ago and this is how long ago people were talking about Gamechangers I think it was two thousand fourteen and I flew up to New York somebody flew me up there you do an interview and do a little footage b-roll kind of stuff for a competing documentary but it was just another plant based defeat documentary that was happening and one of the things was said Gamechangers is all about men and it sort of has this macho kind of sexism thing to it and we're doing something that different so I think I think this is about I mean I flew to Newark and do that but I think it got abandoned is my sense 'cause I've never heard anything from them but I wondered if dangers had had addressed that because is it did it did you get that vibrant someone who's sensitive to that sort of thing I wasn't looking for that but there are plenty of women that they featured there were some track stars and cycling stars there there are plenty of women so I you know I wouldn't feel that way but I mean but like this whole the whole arts world to nigger you know many meat you know and I was in head and all this meat like there was a little bit of that debugging right right exactly totally yeah okay so I didn't get that vibe at all I wonder if once as it started to because it was so long ago I think maybe that was the initial movie and I don't know if people were seeing little screeners of it or what but maybe as as it started to bring on James Cameron and ours and they got this more This friend has been listening to podcasts since going to see all the angels yeah but it actually you know so somebody who I would say is sensitive you nutrition didn't need a ton of me but certainly not any evidence or Vegan and he's like superintendent is like been doing much research on his own and game cheers really kind of got plenty the bug and year and I don't think that's awesome we can do that for more people it's it's fantastic it is just so funny compared to ten years ago when we can got started with this it's like it's fantasy world now how much just how many mainstream things are and how many people get exposed to these when it was just I I mean and even it was it was way better apparently then it wasn't nineties eighties just cool glad to see it always happy to see this stuff spreading of course doc absolutely all right well that's good we have so we have a topic and we have a backs the topic we were going to choose episode the tools for productivity tools productivity it was the first thing uh-huh and they said well to do tolls cooking forever and I I don't really have any tools and I don't know if you do not either I don't have any but I started thinking okay I'll just go through all the productivity hacks and things naps things I use and I just don't have any I told you I was going to do like meditation listen as one of mine and whatever else has said that just boring the coffee right act in Congressional Cup of coffee in the morning anyway which is interesting because I did use to have these things and I really have just Kinda I dunno it's one theme of my life ask probably five years it's been strings away simplifying letting go whatever you WANNA call and and that goes for like physical things like we've talked about many times with the sorry stuff magic tidying up I don't know but you know the minimalism idea and then also with tools not having these things it just was like wow I really it's interesting to me that my tools now are these things that are somewhat interesting as far as podcast go so finally dug you said well if you can't get it in one specific area then let's just do the tools that we use every day that actually simplify our lives because that kind of is along the theme and I'm talking about I self year but you are also in on the the Burri condo thing also somewhat minimalistic in your in your approach these owning things so a good fit I think I think tools that actually simplify rather than tools that kind of serve to just add Carter I think those are good tools yes to that that's what we're doing and I'm excited to them but before we do we should we should we have to one of sponsors when we go ahead and figure I okay this.

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"single day" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

07:12 min | 3 years ago

"single day" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"Singles day is arguably the most important e commerce sales day on the year, the man responsible at P pro to make sure that all those transactions can go through is Andrew weir and Andrew whereas the interim CTO at P pro, and he's actually the person who did a lot of the orchestration of people efforts for singles deck. So Andrew before we get started. What exactly is singles two singles day is the biggest retailing event anywhere in the world. And it's an event that was set up by Alibaba number of years ago, and they attempt to sell as many things as they possibly can within typically a twenty four hour period starting on November the eleventh each year this year. In fact, they alone gated it forty eight hours instead of twenty four just because in previous years they'd had such a big crush of sales all in that twenty four hour period. So this year it started slightly earlier midnight on. The end of November the tenth and then went through forty eight hours in services, the world's biggest ecommerce event. Absolutely. It's much bigger than a black Friday in the US is bigger than any other retail of anywhere in the world. What exactly did p produce to ensure that these transactions were going to work? Well, we handle launch ly- the European payments made to Alibaba through alipay answer for customers who would like to buy something on the Alibaba website or from the Alabama hap- when they come to pay if they choose eat pay is their method of payment, then those payments, typically would go through p pro systems in order to be processed so low we we obviously didn't handle all of those transactions that went through we handled the you a lot of the European payments that went through and so we had to make sure that all of our systems were. Easy to handle the peak in traffic that we expected which we've seen in previous years we had to make sure that all of our systems were thoroughly checked out beforehand because if we had an outage of our systems, it would have interrupted the flow of payments to Ellie baba, you mentioned that there is a great increase and the transactions that happen. What exactly does that increase? Look like how how drastic is a compared to like an average day of Ebro. Well, we we handle payments anyway. So it's not like it tripled or quadrupled. But it's still quite a big peak in a relatively short period of time. So for us it didn't use a great deal of system resources. But the peak was was pretty dramatic. When we looked at it on charts. We will monitoring it very closely. You know, we we were handling hundreds of transactions a second at one point. But that as I say that is normal for us. That's not a problem. And there were there were peaks at two particular times. One was right at the beginning of the event when they first kicked it off. So those were people shopping who are very eager to get the best bargains. And then again, there was a huge peak right at the very end of the event off to the forty hours when I guess a lot of people who relate who hadn't put their orders in decided they didn't want to miss out right at the very end. And then in the middle of Sunday evening in Chinese time. There was quite a big not not a not a massive peak. But there was a lot of transactions all happening at the same time. Yeah. It was an interesting distribution of of transactions throughout the whole day period. But as I say, it wasn't a problem for our systems when does planning for this event, Ashley start taking place. How far the future are you thinking about the singles day event? Yeah, we don't really start in September. So, you know, it's a couple of months that we're planning it. We have to make sure that vary. People in all supply chain are all ready. So we had to notify the data centers where we house our systems to be ready for a peak of traffic. We had to make sure that all of payment partners were ready. And they knew this was coming some some of them, you know, west surprised by it in previous years and didn't know what was going on. So we make sure we reach out to all of those people, and we make sure that they know what's coming, and we make sure that they're prepared. And we make sure for example, that data centre provider hasn't planned to do a whole lot of scheduled maintenance at that time or all of those sort of fairly boring things, but all of the things that have to happen in order to make sure that the event is seamless, and we don't have any problems and this year. Did you have any problems? We had no problems. No. It was the best year ever for us that the preparations worked really well. And we had people here in the office in Munich overseeing the systems for Mr. those forty eight hours when it was going on. And we. People locked in remotely we had a video conference going which I was on as well as another some other members of people leadership just to make sure everything was okay. And the the engineers who monitoring all the traffic new had everything they needed to be successful. So yeah, it was good. It was a good time. So enter you mentioned that there's a huge spike in traffic for this event. What kind of paint a methods are people using in Europe? So some of the top payment methods that we found were relevant during the alipay event were p twenty four ideal pay you direct pay Bank, contact Jarrah pay an EPS so all of those sore substantially increased volumes during the processing period and these role schemes that we contacted beforehand to make sure that they're ready for the event in terms of these in terms of these different a LTM's what kind of difference in volumes are. Talking about compared to like an average transaction. Do it varies typically probably a factor of three or four on normal for them, which is pretty significant. Yeah. I would say so for a Chinese shopping holiday that kinda crazy for western Europe. And what kind of actual financial volumes were talking about? Well, Allie baba mentioned in press releases that they had done over thirty billion dollars in forty eight hours, which was a about a thirty percent increase on the previous year for us in Europe. Obviously, it was a lot less than that. I think we transacted Neely a million transactions the total volume the value of those transactions was was quite a few million euro. So a small fraction of the total. But useful nonetheless for Alibaba absolute. All right. Well, Andrew thank you so much for joining today that was really informative and look forward to the next time. We sit down together. Thanks for listening to our singles day podcasts. If he would like some more information about singles day with some incredible figures, check out the link and are shown us and until next time.

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"single day" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"single day" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"But times are changing I could celebrate singles day. I think everybody should celebrate singles day, you know, I have this today because I was thinking about how old we are as a show, and my relationship with this show has lasted longer than any of my romantic relationships, which really says something about you and me. Oh, right. I know heart heart, but I'm still gonna buy myself some shit on singles day. I think everybody should eleven eleven go ahead and celebrate. But this is how it works because everyone's like, well, I'm gonna get myself a little something last year Alibaba made seventeen point eight billion dollars in one day on all those little somethings. Because everybody was like oh by myself new bag by myself new pin? Whatever don't buy pens raising money. Go to go to a trade show this year. The figure is expected to be much bigger. Some people are thinking they might be doing a little bit less than one billion dollars an hour. Oh my God. I can't even begin to comprehend. That sounds crazy to me. This is a holiday that was really encouraged by a website that has gone wild. And I think it's mostly positive. Why what are you to one day a year? Celebrate your friendship. Celebrate your single status. Have good time. Why not this is the example of when people complain about hallmark holidays or like created corporate holidays. This is the example from our lifetimes Valentine's Day, it's been around for a long time Alibaba singles day, it's like brand new still in the scheme of holidays. That's the end of our fashion news. Let's move onto listener letter. Love do. Cam still catching up on listener letters here is one from Stephanie. So a couple of weeks ago, we talked about DSW considering adding shoe repair as a service, and it stores, and Stephanie rodent and said this I'm sure.

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