17 Burst results for "Six Characteristics"

"six characteristics" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:31 min | 11 months ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Conversation to the challenge of turning this course into a book i wanna try to kind of extract from you. Some this is always my agendas. An interviewer to extract from us. Some things that listeners can do in their lives now. And you've already given us one with the mantra of how do i feel. How do you feel what are some of the other. Fr- acticle tipsy providing the book that we can do without being students at stafford. Okay let me put that. Within a framework what we found is six characteristics in building a relationship on that continuum and those six give you clues so the first one is. Could i let you know more about myself. So what we encourage in the book is pickup person. A friend that you want a deeper relationship. Is there something about yourself. That's relevant to that relationship that you haven't shared well that's easy to do but it may be the risky. The second dimension is could you build conditions where the person could be more themselves. So as carol said could be curious. Can i say gee dan. How have you used meditation to have a more meaningful relationship with your partner. The third one is Ken that builds a trust. So that would. I share things about myself where i worried about what i'm concerned about. Carol use that against me. and we'll play gotcha. Fourth one is so a clue is am. I afraid with this relationship to share something. Do they do something that gets. Be a little worried. The fourth one is can we be honest and not hold back. Are the things that are relevant to our interaction. i haven't shared these are all tips. The fifth one is ken. We lead into disagreements conflict. Am i sitting on something in my relationship with carol which i consider an exceptional one. Is she doing something that might be bothered me. Have i held back on that. Do i want to take the risk of saying. Hey carol so little hard. But i wanna raise this and i think the final one is. Can i help the other person grow and develop you see. We hold all sorts of information. About what the other person does well and doesn't do so well but we rarely say it. Could i because. I deeply care about carol. Say carol would you do x. I think you limit yourself. I think that's an act of kindness. And he has and she has two so you see. Those are all tips but they all come for the basic model of the process of building. A relationship is a process of learning. You have to do it in order to learn. Let me dig it on those just before. I do put a fine point on it. You both use this term exceptional relationship. That is a key term in your you know in your system and you david just listed what you call the six hallmarks of exceptional relationships exceptional relationships positive end of the continuum that you described earlier so let me start with number one the first of the six hallmarks. Which is that. You can be more fully yourself. And so can the other person and this gets to vulnerability which was invoked early on in the conversation or sort of being honest sharing something that might be a little risky. And i'm just wondering about the do's and don'ts carol maybe you can take this of vulnerability because it seems like you know what i'm brian brown who is kind of the person most publicly associated with the concept of vulnerability and read a bunch of bestselling books and had been on this show. She often talks about like yeah. Vulnerability is not just randomly bleeding all over the place right right. So that's why david said sharing something about yourself. That's relevant to the relationship beyond that. I'll add that one of the models that we use in a tip a useful tip perhaps for your listeners is using what we call the fifteen percent rule which if you imagine three concentric circles in the circle in the middle is your safety zone where you don't think twice about what you're gonna say or what you're gonna share and on the extreme end is your danger zone in a million years. You'd never say that. There's this circle in the middle. Which is your learnings though. And we used to tell our students you're not gonna learn anything and that's basic research on education. Is you gotta step outside your comfort zone to learn something however our students used to say but the minute i'm outside my comfort zone and i think about saying something and sharing something. How do i know. I'm not in danger zone. And so we came up with this fifty percent rural. Step a little bit outside your comfort zone. You're unlikely to freak yourself for the other person out and then you can see what happens in assess in a funny things happens. I shared a little bit with you. I made myself a little vulnerable with you. Nine times out of ten. You'll reciprocate. You'll make yourself a little vulnerable with me. And then both of our safety zones with each other only with each other back to what david said. Every relationship is different has grown a little bit and then we take another fifteen percent step. And that's how we build more and more reciprocal vulnerability starting with our own disclosure. Don't you think it would have been catchier if you if you call the ten percent. Maybe we should have fifteen percent. Happy this way to go. I've told this story many ties it when i was preparing to release ten percent happier. My publisher tried to bargain me up to twenty or thirty percent too much. I said you don't get the joke yet. So dan if. I can build on what carol said and come back to voter. Building voter has a bad rap. And one of the exercises we do in class as we put that word of the board and we say The students what do you say to that and as usual stuff weakness frailty failure and then at some point a student raises their hand says courage strength and i think it takes strength and courage to share something that may lead you to judge abi negatively. That's our fear that will be judge negatively now again i won Really emphasize a fifteen percent rule. You don't share the sort of things that will freak you the other out but we tend to play it so save and i think most people are stronger than they think they are and that's what they discovered the course. Hey i can do. More than i thought i could. I can share this. When i thought i couldn't. I could share that. I'm a little scared about what's happening in the group now. I think it takes strength to say that the safety things just say silent so vulnerability i wanted to find as it takes courage to take the risk of letting you know something about myself..

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

"Yeah so. I created the outlaw john because well honestly it was this. I felt like i needed it. So this really goes against what we're to an online business because we're taught to create what our audience is asked and the end of laos year. Like i really need a gentle with prompts. That help me. You know. I'd gone back over my own journals and i had days and days of writing about my business thoughts and feelings and this was something that really helped me uncover. How about a my business but it really helped me in twenty twenty as well because my business took so many tons any i really had to lean into my self inquire in spiritual wax so i knew that i wanted to not low janelle and i created a and it was really interesting experience because nobody was asking me for but what i realized is that nobody knew they needed it. That was the first thing so sometimes we can create things that people are asking for but if we are really passionate about it and we know that we we know that it needs to exist and we know that it will help people. I think that's really important and i. You know i would encourage anybody to really look at that because sometimes we can be so overwhelmed with. What should i do. Should it be the right thing and trust me. I was there many times during this process. But i just kind to the fact that i knew i already knew what needed to go into. And so when. I creates the outlaw. John i broke it down into really why considered to be the anatomy of an entrepreneurial prefaces by saying whatever. An entrepreneur outlaw means to you. These are the kinds of six characteristics identified as the doing is entrepreneur outlaws and broke the journal damned these six jailing section. So the first thing is that we have this really clear vision i think is entrepreneurial outlaws. We have really clear about what we want not business. We have this unconditional success. This thing that we believe in a maybe it doesn't look like the the business over there on instagram. All the perfectly curated feed. Maybe other people don't understand why you're for me. At least pre pandemic one of the reasons. I had an bit wanted to run an online business was to have the freedom to be able to go to concerts and i want to be able to pay for this concerts and be able to stay in hotels so i didn't have to come out with two. Am that was one of the reasons for me having my own business and being able to pay for that. No everybody's gonna have the same goals so having that really clinton and understanding what it is that we want for my is really powerful Identifying what you need already talked about a little bit but identifying what. You need as an entrepreneur. Outlaw in your business helps you to make faster business decisions. It helps you to say no helps you to experience less self doubt because you know exactly what..

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"Active Particularly the i mean and they make the point in they surgical i The other our trusses suffer significantly from Longline fishing where the fish get caught on the the The long lawn columba's long fishing lawn with multiple hooks on it And then the fish need the surface the albatross dog grabbing get hooked themselves and so significant number of Albatross die cheap like em up. In some small populations. It's quite possible that this will lead to extinction And so for wisdom to chat her way through sydney of the stuff in contribute. Thirty thirty five buds to the next generation at some. it is. Exciting stuff brendan. I was hoping it was a little secret of mind that you would try and pronounce with teams long term current might likely fouled jake of Back i can try and get that. I think it's it's certainly I think you've got to take into account that it some It's the north pacific midway atoll and so the majority of the us fish wildlife service offices who work in that area come from hawaii is a k. k. Come on he's Era was trump. Set you up for be pronunciation out of the park. So what have we have. We got a good news story. I have i do. We'll do yes but don't know what to make of this story britain to be honest with you. I'm i liked the story because it. It does contain some of my favorite topics in the world and that includes boyd's forest dragons the butte spectacular gomez from the rainforests of north queensland It does include sakes. I'm always one of my favorite topics and And some controversy. I was begging for us to have a little bit of conflict earlier in the show. And and maybe this is the place so the story is that Doris a ported leaf. Female boyd's forest dragon at melbourne aquarium Stop laying eggs and on more detailed inspection namely the application. Aww an ultrasound probe By an unnamed member of our profession. it was suggested that this was in fact now not a female but a male and they had been some well Clown fish like change in six to explain the prisons of laid eggs now now transposed into transformed into a mile. Is it And i said to you before when discussing this case that tom. A one of the researchers who was who's published widely on sexual development of comedy Wantonly She said that such an unusual occurrence would require very convincing data And she reminds us skeptical but intrigued. And look i think. That's how i feel exactly like sarah. Skeptical trade deals skeptical button. Trade look can. I could imagine a whole bunch of scenarios that Three lizards in the enclosure sees and So one of them was mile in two of them. Were believed to be female. I could easily you imagine They bring some confusion about who was laying the eggs in that circumstance. old might dodd. And the two females were moved into a new exhibit and doris binged like a mile dragon when she was offered food in the new enclosure and his secondary six characteristics The the thickness of the crowd size of the capella scales. And on general braddock cala took off her white shut up from hundred which is always. She would have been very worried about that hundred programs. Two hundred and fifty nine I don i i. I have my doubts that tom that we've had a genuine female to male sex change but i could easily say a finger on the pulse for this one mac and maybe we should contact mr fair. Yes capability there are more questions than answers he says there are. There are fair comment. Fake come okay. Chomping toil mind story. And it's a bit of a quickie. We did covers a broad range of this topic in episode one hundred and seven and that For those of you haven't listened to episode one hundred seven not Com and type in the search and yourself to get tight site side by topic is a little bit more specific that was a bad environmental enrichment for reptiles in jan role. And we go to summarize subsection of that this way. Count me rack. Environmental enrichment for snakes So snakes in captivity. Why do we do this mike. What is environmental enrichment ample of it and what causative o-negative does result in. Jump into it. Back what is environmental enrichment for those of us who aren't particularly fight with the term. I love using the example of of The traditional zoo cage. You know the pit that was used to house to house Big cats In decades gone past and and It's interesting because that sonny's z. Way to maintain them in captivity by Eat and it might even help. Cape his control parasites and other health diseases but it has bad psychological effects the cats who knows enclosures. The begets in those enclosures developed pounds. Psychological problems by up stereotypical pricing behaviors. They will often develop serious health problems as a consequence and leave the normal behavior behind and fail to reproduce so maybe act aggressively to colts so environmental enrichment is the process of trying to in some ways emulate aspects of the natural environment that these animals would come into contact with stimulating the senses challenging. They thity levels so that.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"I'm joined Now by Meghan Thursday and from the national secular society and she's going to give a comment on my interview with bonus Lynne Featherstone in particular to talk about what the NSS is positioned is on unfair religious nationalism and the current state of the quality law and What needs to change make and to start with talking about the NSS report which just recently came out about the issue of religious except home. And equality law, could you just clarify? What are the main things that the report said about what needs to change in the current state of the law. So foolish report what we both wanted to do was to explore where these as we call them face shapes holes are in the the quality at Winterton. So religion or belief is a particular track sick and so in theory and everyone should be protected by that because belief does include quite specifically normally just believe and so we basically took a deep dive into the quality acting looked for where there are religious Exceptions. There are lots of lots of exemptions in equality act some are Justified but many others are not home. And we wanted to do is look for those religious exemptions that were potentially causing problems. And we found three areas where it seems the most egregious which were in education regarding cost based discrimination and wage employment. So what we did was we actually looked fairly specific parts of the law that does this. I think this is the first report of its kind to really do that to really look at the facts. Second is behind that caused these exemptions and regards to education there were multiple exemptions. So as you've heard from them Featherstone Collective worship and discrimination in admissions is all enabled guy and it's actually quality act these exemptions enabled as schools to deliver an exclusive faith-based curriculum that they allow them to discriminate against staff wage employment and they even allow local authorities to apply discriminatory criteria. We're in their courses for school transport. So basically I learned to the phone number You can provide free transports to somebody who is attending a faithful and then the cast cast it doesn't have a six characteristic. Although many were arguing during the formation of the concept of it. There is an a unconnect duty within the quality acting make casts and explicit aspect of discrimination and as soon as practical however more choice either government to the subject was against do that and the Parliamentary under secretary for the mystery qualities Kenney Baden office confirms that basically they want to take cast out completely so essential nothing there protecting people available for this particular form of discrimination. So in terms of employment is of course another issue, which was also raised by Lynne Featherstone. I mean, do you have anything to add in terms of birth assist discovered about how religious exemptions affect employment looking for you have what's called genuine occupational requirements that do you allow you to assuage It discriminates on equality particular particular characteristics. If you need to let us visit lots of fun times, we might need to do this and with religion or belief discrimination. There are some legitimate I'm off example, I think it's actually reasonable to specify that. If you want to be a vehicle that you have to Christian going to be past or you have to be a Christian but looking at the official explanatory notes. It looks like this exemption is the general population of kind of exemptions only meant to carry a very narrow range of employment and it comes to religion but we think that it's about being applied what will broadly to that and it's been refused and being used by religious employers essentially only have a Workforce of one religion when there's really no justification. Right? And that seems like like quite an abuse of the system then potentially. Yeah, I think so. Yes. That's so it really works to see that looked in person and basically terrified so we went dead. When can you do this? Because I think at the moment it's been overused in terms of religious exceptionalism and unfair privilege, which is still in the quality law or inherent in the system at the moment. Do you have any particular concrete examples of how this affects people the things we wanted to demonstrating? Our court is this is just theoretical this is wrong and that's why we included quite a few case studies throughout the report in the education section. There are we have some testimonials from parents and pupils and critics and governors as well behaved and experienced this naturally we found that people were non-religious tend to Bear the brunt of these problems and very often. It's people who are already marginalized and who are especially effective by age discrimination side took it off a single moms because they can't attend church services every week in order to ensure that their child gets going to be local school. Those are on Lower wages. And and LGBT people as well. So it's basically they're the people you're already marginalized than that in terms of equality be comedy act. It's not really doing stuff. So it's failing to protect the people who would be protected exactly. Exactly. So, yeah, we found this all out from signatures and from our online petitions and we've been we but we didn't actually sort of like specifically for report it with people who've been coming to us and telling us these stories and signing this petition for a long time. And all we need to do is literally as if we could find plenty of testimonials room people, for example, he has been punished for not participating Collective Worship in a parent's you find that their people can't enter their local school because they don't go to church just the lots and lots of studies like that song was one particular case study difficulty in that. It's particularly chilling because it involved a school that isn't both film and that's perfect Primary School, which is a community schools. 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"six characteristics" Discussed on Reformgelical

Reformgelical

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Reformgelical

"My gosh. Okay. So Tim Keller did the math The math today is really interesting. There's he's trying to wiggle out things so much that he's Going to Algebra. Let me read this tweet to you. Let me see. Okay. If someone believes ex could or will lead others who hold that position to believe why do not accuse them of holding to believe why themselves if they disown it. I really feel that this is a direct tweet or what do they call it the what are the kids called tweet? Reads of our friend John Harris calling him out on his Marxism. Yeah, I could see that. It's just slimy position though like why are you? So you won't even name the names or use the terms that you're scrubbing to. He entered going so ambiguous that you gotta use variables from Algebra Yeah. Yeah definitely. So can I can I can of down here for eight you mind please. Okay. So I saw this tweet because you sent it to me and. It I technically I would agree with it because yeah that's true. So if I believe something and then like downstream a number of steps that could potentially lead to a dangerous doctrine, for example, that doesn't mean I. believe that Dangerous Doctrine. So you shouldn't say I do believe that dangerous doctrine if I specifically say no I don't go that far. You know what I mean. I don't I don't think it actually logically follows years why Blah Blah Blah Blah and I think we've talked about that before certain positions. Yes that's technically this is a very fair tweet but in the context that he's talking about it, that's actually not how it goes down especially with him. So what will be is something like this Hey I saw you Tim Keller talking about how you everyone should pay the same price. No matter what there should be no haggling anymore because we've seen that women pay more for their cars in that's unfair. That's ungodly and so we have to make it. So it's even that's not an idea from Christianity Tim. That's an idea more from Karl. Marx. That's that's a Marxist kind of an idea right now, what we're not saying is Tim. You. Believe everything Karl Marx believed that's that's what you believe. Everything. You're an atheist Jim. That's not what we're doing. We're actually just saying some of these ideas that you're peppering throughout your books about Christianity do not come from the Bible and you don't even really attempts to often make the case for them. You just say, let justice roll down like waters Blah Blah, blah, Blah Blah so so. What he's trying to do is say we're doing something. We're actually typically not doing we're not saying, Hey, that's a dangerous belief. It could lead to Marxism. Therefore, you're a Marxist, it's the same nonsense that they pull when when 'cause some people will defend themselves this way I can't. I can't be social just I'm not a cultural Marxist critical race theorists because I believe in God and everyone who came up with critical race theory was an atheist. It's like. Are you are you stupid? Like you could call me if I had beliefs that were like very typical from for Nazi right but I didn't do the Heil Hitler. I didn't like Hitler but I, believe everything Hitler said, right you'd be well within your rights to call me in. Nazi. Even if I could turn around and be like well, I've never even worn swastika you don't. Open it's a stupid way to think but. Technically, the tweet is right, but it's just doesn't really apply to him and the way he's often criticized. Well, it's not right in the sense because you've got to fill in the variables, right? Right like the variables will change the equations. That's right. It's like saying Margaret Sanger was a Nazi. But she believed in you JENEX. That were kind of foundational principle of Nazis. Sure. So you could say like, yeah, maybe she wasn't technically a Nazi she wasn't part of the Nazi party in Germany. Sure. But she carried on the ideas of it that we're very Nazi esque and she believed in purifying the races writing that we kind of are negative about not. Right right, and the thing is like. An and I. This all the time with certain kinds of people. And they're like, well, technically Marxism is identified by six characteristics and Tim. Keller doesn't believe this one this one like it's just like like, okay, we're not. We're not talking in precise way. This is not a dissertation this I'm not trying to get my PhD. I'm not trying to be a scientist I'm just trying to comment on one idea of his that doesn't come from the Bible it comes more from a Marxist perspective which he Admits often in his writing, how influenced he was by some of these Marxist. So it's like let's stop playing like I really hate when smart people pretend to be. So stupid, right. There is a guy a guy who who likes to comment. He likes to message me on facebook and often it's just the most obtuse stuff and it's just like like i. told him today a can you stop pretending? You're obtuse I know you're smarter than this. The, end it just like I just can't stand that and so that's kind of what Tim's doing here. I agree. This is very much a defense of his own physicians, but he does it with XYZ's that's just not helpful for anybody. Yeah. It brings more ambiguity and bringing more foggy nece and that's like the last thing we need right now because it's not just funny games we're not just out of university country club you know sipping gin or whatever drinking but like there's actually a war going on right now and War civil war. There's tons of wars going on right now where you don't need variables, we need specifics clarity leadership. Yeah. I really wish he would just specifically defend himself if if. If his goal is just a okay. Here's why doesn't apply to me because this? I don't even know what he would say but. You know that's that's just it just. So it's just so silly Calvin Galvin says explicit sequels for. Or does it solve for x? I can't anymore I know I used to be able to get. Sean says the Nazis Learn eugenics from American probe progressivism. You are correct and also propaganda to they learned propaganda from us. Little Fun fact I would I'm part of people I, know, right impossible Americans a perfect. But we weren't supposed to be the one that put America over country. So I can't say that I'm part of a discordant group. I don't know if you've ever heard of discord I haven't heard about it until like two weeks ago. And someone had this great term and I'm not. Even. Sure what it means, but I love it so much because it can be applied to so many different ways it was the radical.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Talking Business Now

Talking Business Now

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Talking Business Now

"Solutions when everyone else is seeing problems, and so this is not something. Something that can necessarily be taught, so my point is. We're talking about the trait. One of six that this entrepreneurs needs to have been so reverse that in. Let's pretend that this person has the other five traits, but not this one. They're probably not going to succeed as an entrepreneur, and I would go as far as to say. They're not gonNA succeed now. Now, let's pretend they built a five million dollar company, and they're surrounded by people. And now they want to sell their business and I'm speaking from experience here. I've sold to businesses in the second one that I sold I put an amazing leadership team in place that still runs that company and grows at forty percent every single year. What obviously you WanNa? Bring people. People into that organization and around you that are problem solvers that have this trade. They're not necessarily entrepreneurs, but they have this trade. There are people that loved solving problems. They're great. Creative problem solvers certainly bring leaders in that organization that are problem solvers I compelled to share one other thing because the other reason I was able to sell the second business so. So well is because I replaced myself as the visionary entrepreneur at the helm, and so it took me five years it was a five year succession plan to replace myself with another visionary replaced my partner Don as integrator with another integrator in then have a rock sal leadership team in place, so it's not like I just stepped away from the business and they figured. Figured it out. I work putting in place in methodical succession plan so that those traits remained in place when you talk about someone who embraces problem solving the there. When there's a fire, they're running to it as opposed to away from it that goes hand in hand with your next characteristic or trait, and that is being driven Yeah, and so driven is. Is actually a little bit different different than than the previous two, and what happens is passionate and driven are too that sometimes get confused the best way to explain it and understand it is passion is a the product or service the thing you WanNa bring to the world and so again it's about your entity. It's about the problem you wanNA solve in the. The world is about that product or service you WANNA bring driven. is about this thing that has nothing to do with that? It's an internal fire that you've always had in you. This has been in you your whole life. It's the sense of urgency that you have. It's this competitive nature. It's this desire to succeed yourself motivated you hustle. You absolutely love working. That cannot be hot and that's also how it. Hopefully. That clarifies how those are completely different. Yes, it does. Clarify that and it's also important trait to have because so often when you are that person at the top you, you are isolated a lot of times, and so you have to rely on that inner drive to get you through very short rate. They're one of the other ones that you mentioned and so funny, because just about every single one of these can be up for debate night. I've seen the dates on them, and that is risk taking some people. Some people equate the risk-taking of being an entrepreneur. Is that you just you fly by the seat of your pants? You just you know just make decisions off the cuff. Cuff and you're not afraid of anything. Then other say that you take measured risks that an entrepreneur is a risk taker, but they equipped themselves to make those risky decisions in the best possible way. So, what's your take on that yeah, I love it, and it's so you know in a short answer I'd say they take measured risks, but again now let me explain this one and how it really shows up because you're right. This one is always so misunderstood because everybody thinks that you know risk taker in what makes you a risk taker is that you took an entrepreneur elite and you started a business while the reality. Reality of it is. That is one of a thousand risks. You're about to take over the next few years. That is just one of them, so the so the risk taker part of it is the very difficult, very scary, very challenging decisions. You're making every single day. That will potentially put you out of business, and so they're calculated risk, but the point here is when it comes time to make that decision. You know to fire your top producing salesperson for an integrity issue to fire your biggest customer in c fifteen percent of your revenue. Go Away because it's going to hurt you in the long run and I could. Could keep going. You know certainly these issues. We're facing now, but the point is you. Don't freeze when it comes time to these decisions, you absolutely make the tough call. A risk taker tends to be rebellious by nature, and so again as you're listening out there, think about yourself the to be more rebellious and other words. Are you willing to fail? No entrepreneur wants to fail intends to fail, but they are willing to fail and pick themselves back up, and then a risk taker tens the way they operate their life as they tend to beg for forgiveness as opposed to ask for permission, so this risk adding is a. Day thing it's not one time event, and that's how it's often misunderstood. The last one of the six traits is responsible. Talk to us about that. Yes responsible to me. This is always the most fun because it's often surprising for someone to see this on a list of six traits that defines a true entrepreneur, and so this shows up. Is You blame no-one when something goes wrong, you look in the near. You don't look at everyone else in what I've discovered is. You could split the whole world up into two categories. There are people that when something goes wrong. They take responsibility, and there are people that blame everyone in all of you. Listening out there, you could put everyone in your life into one of those two buckets and why? Why I convinced that this is nature over nurture. You're born with this. It can't be taught. Is Think about your brothers and sisters out there I mean you have families of four where you have two kids that take no responsibility and two kids. They take total responsibility raised in the same household by the same parents for the same eighteen years. How on earth be come out so different in so simply put this trade. Is you take responsibility and someone shared something great with me, because a great explanation for responsibility. Is that if they need ear hits your building. You believe it's your fault. Your default. If you get rear ended, it's your fault. You chose that building. You build that building. You moved into that building. And so that's how we responsible people react to problems and issues, and that half the world responds that way in half the world blame. Everyone else in Whoa is me. That's a true characteristic of leadership is because not all entrepreneurs are leaders, but that is true characteristic of a leader. Let's talk a little bit about the book itself the way it's structured entrepreneurial leap will take you through these six characteristics as well as several others. Once you have made the determination that you possess those characteristics Gino goes into other. Other aspects like the different things that you can do to increase your odds of success in their eight of those, and then there's several key things for building the business. I think you know there's maybe what ten of those you've gotten the book to Gino Pretty. Close Yeah Yeah, so there's lots more in the book. We just did a very very cursory overview there to give you an idea of what you can find in here, but the book itself I like the way it set up I. Don't WanNa say easy read because I think that makes it sound like it's been dumbed down, but it's it is easy to go through. Through. It's not an academic textbook on entrepreneurship.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Four seven. Tony I understand in the studio with us. We have a to friends of yours. We HAVE DIARRHEA. Latrell a recipient of the Medal of honor from nineteen seventy and We have Palmer shine who stay. Was the director of veteran's initiatives American allies. Can you introduce some Tony while you know Jim? Palmer Sean and I started together about seventeen years ago when he started that initiative to American Airlines we. I worked with him on all those snow. A- concert said skyball concerts and fat in Dallas. And were fantastic. We've had four thousand veterans in their plus all the aircraft that you can imagine from Vietnam. He served in Vietnam. He's up Vietnam Hero. He's a buddy of mine at a real warrior. John for Veterans Jim Palm Shine and then next the Kim shine is of course someone you know very well John. One of our medal of honor recipients gather Latrell who founded a brand new foundations. I'm proud to be on the board of let them speak on it tribute to Ballard. They'd come up with a great concept for the essential workers and I responded symbiotic city. Now Pass it onto Jim Jim. If you don't mind say hello my friend. John who my opinion is one of the great benefit in the country especially in my hometown. New York City. Yeah Well John. Thanks for having US on. And thanks for all your support for our men and women who serve and and their families especially in Stony said. I've had the privilege to work with Tony for nearly twenty years. Now in fact we went to Iraq together in two thousand nine on a really special trip to make a difference for those who serve but just to clarify one thing. I'm an army veteran but I did not serve in Vietnam. I was next generation so I was at Desert Shield Desert Storm Central America generation nineteen eighty to nineteen nineties. But I did have a chance to Do something for a Vietnam vets and put a helicopter at the Smithsonian National Museum American history and an exhibit called the price of freedom to say thanks to the Vietnam vets. You know they never dated the welcome home that they truly deserve. And that's why that song. Yellow ribbon is such an incredible symbol of Of Homecoming and I think that's why we decided to name a special scholarship through tribute to Ballard Foundation in honor of that yellow ribbon and most importantly also millions of great American patriots sacrifice for freedom for a cause greater than oneself and so what greater symbol than a half. The yellow ribbon really shine brightly in terms of the scholarship initiative with Tribute Valor and tribute. Valor is an all volunteer organization We're proud to have Tony Orlando on the board of directors Along with The man who founded That should be developed on Dacian. You'll from here from in just a second Gary Latrell honor recipient. But we've come together as an all volunteer organization in two thousand eighteen influence impact inspire young people about the core values of character. And you know through those last two years we've created a very unique powerful scholarship program and excited about rolling out a scholarship in New York City. Epicenter against this Of this war which. I don't think there's a better term to describe what's what's happening in our country. But the the Valor Essential Heroes Yellow ribbons scholarship. And you'll hear a little bit more about that so that thanks for having me on and look forward to answering questions about the foundation or how your listeners can can help pack you for being on. Thank you for everything you do. And what to say to is Gary Latrell Nineteen Seventy Medal of honor recipient. Gary Are you there. I am here and as one of the to nine. Eleven Medal of honor recipients. I think I can speak for all of us and saying what a special weekend. This is the week that we get to memorialize the people that paid the ultimate price. They didn't get to come home like I did. So this is a very very special weekend I'm really privileged to to be the chairman of the trivet Devour Foundation we started a tribute to bother foundation and twenty eighteen and we have about one hundred and fifty volunteers. We have to part time workers so nine point nine percent of all nations will go to the tribute devour. Our mission was impact influenced an inspire the youth of America to become better citizens and we use the six characteristics of the medal of honor courage commitment sacrifice integrity citizenship and patriotism. We ask the youth of America to look in the mirror and ask themselves who am I. Am I A person with character? Can I live up to the six values courage commitment sacrifice the most important word in the English language integrity? And we've been very fortunate last year. We presented our program to forty thousand students. Our goal this year was to be a hundred thousand students but covert nineteen has commonly slowed that down so instead of being in the classroom talking to the students. Now we WANNA concentrate on our scholarship programs at our front line troops now and being a twenty two year military. I'm proud to say our front line. Troops are not our soldiers sailors airmen marines even though some of them are on the front lives. But it's our doctors. Our nurses are transportation. They you know. The Transportation Service has lost over. Two hundred They have children. That are in need of scholarships and that is our mission now. Our goal Initially is to raise a million dollars in the New York area by this September. So we can start providing scholarships. We want to start with five thousand dollars per student and depending on the money that we raise and we. WanNa we WANNA target our transit workers children and so this is important mission of ours we still want to be in front of the children when covert nineteen us again we want to be. Our goal is to speak to one hundred thousand students and one year to ask them look in the mirror. Ask yourself who am I? Am I a person with character and can I live up to the six values of the Medal of honor? Gary you received the Medal of honor in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy ISIC. Can you tell us a circumstance where you received the Medal of honor? I yes. I was Addison reviser with a Vietnamese rangers and another fellow Medal of honor recipient. That was neither of us was a recipient the time was in a special forces base camp been overrun by approximately. Their their numbers was ten thousand of the North Vietnamese best His name is Gary by Kirk he was a medic and especially forces basecamp. They were overrun. I was an adviser with the Vietnamese ranger. Battalion had four hundred seventy three Vietnamese rangers and or American advisors are mission was pushed the penetrate their compound set up a perimeter and evacuate their dead and wounded. We got one hilltop short and we got surrounded by our estimate is five thousand the North Vietnamese best they twenty-ninth NBA Regimen the sixty six NBA regiment. And the case six Sapper Diane. We got into a nonstop four day or night battle and at the end of that battle. Out of the four hundred seventy three of Vietnamese in four American advisors myself and forty one walking wounded Vietnamese. Come off the hill. I was credited with saving the lives of forty three people. Wow is amazing. You know John when you when you sit with Gary and you hear what each just Oldie listening audience. You realize what that metal stands for you know. The president of the United States must salute and the only person he must stop in his tracks as is the congressional medal of honor recipient. Because what Gary did what those men dead and a guy would be the first to tell you that as we bought our military would be this memorial day as he stepped so humbly before he came home so many did not every single time. I GET WITH GARY. People that receive this honor. They always remind me that the person who didn't make it of their heroes. This is the kind of man that calls me. Jim Palmer Shine says. Would you be part of this board to fight this war and to help the future of American America's children to teach them those six incredible moments of a character like courage and sacrifice and committed integrity patriotism citizenship? That's what this guy's live by the congressional recipients if we can pass it on to young people? What a great thing for us to leave. You're talking about a hit record. If I hit record like that can continue to raise money. I remember working with Russ Salzberg for thirty years on Jerry Lewis Telethon. We raised hundreds of millions of dollars of behalf of MBA. If I could just raised that money one million dollars to create a scholarship in New York City for our sexual workers and responders like Gary says. I can't wait for that day. Tony what he said to me John. I just want to see the smile on that young person's face when they receive that scholarship first step is to open up New York For the the enemy that we have now. This virus Hopefully by the end of the year or September or adapt period of time. We could do what we have to do. For the Medal of honor recipients and for scholarships. Now you raised hundreds of dollars. Tony where Bob Hope is one of the best friends with my friend. We'll forget as I know they. They work together and build me and building as he used to begin to three days a week and and he was a wonderful guy and I miss him dearly. We know something Sean. He was one of the generals in Bob's army. I know that he was out there raising money and doing what he has to do. And we missed the more. We Miss Bob. We miss the Bill Casey. But now we have Gary Latrell and Gary you working hard and you gotTa do what you have to do. Well came hardest in it as I've said before you know. My children are grown My youngest grandson is just graduated from high school today. And so there's a there's an empty spot in my heart and I wanNA fill that with the with the needy kids of this great nation. That is in need of scholarships in need of help. That's where my heart is My hardest getting in those classrooms and asking them to please live up to the six core values and to realize that there is a hero inside each of you. All you have to do is let that light shine. Gary Latro thank you for everything you do and and Jim Palmer shine of. Thank you for for all the things that you have done in the past and continue to two hundred future and Tony. You're the best and let's let's take time for a break..

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"six characteristics" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I was joined by the fosters bipartisan polling team Chris Anderson president and founder of beach in research and Darren Shaw university distinguished professor at the university of Texas both members of the fox news decision team we discussed how fox news conducts its polling what voters can gather from some of our recent polls and more first I want to talk Darren about how we structure our polls there's a lot of you know we always have to do pull pulling one a one I think every time we go back into an election cycle how do you choose the people we are contacting for pull this latest poll had about a thousand respondents well when we're doing a national survey we're doing something used to be referred to as a random digit dial just to give way down in the weeds of what we want to do is identify population in this case would be you know registered voters in the United States and we want to select a representative sample and what happened this is where you know my students your listeners to the podcast fears of fox news have a little bit of trouble getting their heads around the notion that if you randomly select a thousand people that that's a sufficient number to represent opinion all across the United States for you got you know three hundred thirty three and forty million people but what happens is is that let's just say on a question like attitudes towards president trump if forty six percent of people approved by means forty six percent of people out there in the the population generally hold of your favorable or approving opinion of the president if you randomly sampled people the chances that you're gonna come across people with that sort of common opinion or pretty significant in the more people you interview the more likely you are to encounter that opinion so what you're doing what everybody should visualize is you know every person it's interviewed contributes towards a broader estimate of the structure of opinion in America the more people you interview the more likely you are to represent that effectively the key here is randomness right everybody has to have an equal probability of getting selected you know in the the more you do that the more likely you are to build accurate estimate of opinion that actually exist so if we were only to do a hundred people to be a significant margin and there were not very confident that there isn't some you know just kind of random skew you know you can flip a coin ten times and get seven heads out of ten that doesn't mean there's a seventy percent chance that heads is the is the true distribution that way so we end up doing a thousand because when you get to a thousand people you end up having an estimate of opinion if you do things right that has plus or minus about three percentage points and that's something that we feel we can live with yeah so Chris I want to just become more questions on methodology when people see a break down of self identified forty eight percent Democrats forty percent Republicans twelve percent independence and they say wait a second is this skewed towards Democrats this poll sure yeah that's a that's a great question in one thing that we always remind people that it's sometimes hard to get their heads around is that party ideology is not fixed characteristic in in it changes over time ended it tends to follow the trends in in in politics and we we pay very close attention to that to make sure that we're in the in the right range but it's not a six characteristics so we don't go into a pole and saying you know we need to have exactly this number of Democrats as number Republicans will we do it when people self identify as Democrats now than than Republicans dangers actually my registered voters overall it's more democratic and Republican correct we're here but we wait the sample according to certain characteristics that we know exist in the population you know forty three to forty seven percent male fifty three female you know we have age and gender in recent region weights and things like that because our fixed characteristics but party party identifications an attitude it can change although it did tends to fluctuate Chris correct me if I'm wrong in the basically the you know even to about plus a democratic in a really really good Republican year Republicans may draw close to parity in terms of party identification been a really good democratic year bumps up you know closer to seven or eight points you know prince is a two thousand eight or something like that you know when people look back at the polls in twenty sixteen they say all the polls were so wrong in our last national survey on the general election we were pretty close to a popular vote warmly yeah I think we were in the field twice during the last ten days we had a Hillary Clinton national poll plus two points over Donald Trump and then the order less pulls plus four point so when Chris I think about this vehicle you know we had Clinton up by about three points and in the end she won but it was it to two point four two point five something like that nationally unpopular them him right in the popular vote but I got to tell you know like everybody else I think you know we kind of looked at the national vote and the consistency bread you member of the state polls in in some ways battleground states you know well she looked like she was up three or four point some of these key states and we sort of thought I think speaking for myself fell in love with the consistency of the data and kind of didn't recognize that it was so close consistently should probably should have a little more just a little more hedge on some of our some of our conversations about that that ballot lasting a methodology that you know when people talk to me about polls they say you know and they don't call me and they'll call one of my friends how much was to trust any of these numbers and what we just went through is that it is a representative sample of the country overall this exactly right for it you know that the chance of any individual being sampled is you know a thousand out of ideally three hundred and thirty million so with the chances of you getting called specifically aren't aren't that great but you know when you do a thousand people we're gonna get a lot of people like you you know if you're a you know fifty year old white male from the Midwest we're gonna have plenty of those in the sample you know the the point is is that you want people who represent those you know broader and even sort of smaller subgroups in such a way that we get a good take on their attitudes but you're right the the chance of an individual is called is actually really small you know our our director of a research data black and has a great analogy she uses the super analogy she says we have a huge vat of soup ten gallons of soup you don't need to eat the entire vat of soup to gauge the flavor in the ingredients the quality you just need a spoonful and that that's analogous to what we do with these polls more get to skip the spoonful but it's representative in it it gives us a very strong sense of what's going on more broadly and do you buy that there's a one or two point trump like ghost figure out there where where people are saying either one they they don't support in that they really do or two they're not answering specifically the questions the same way if if they they would be in a building books right through the shy trump voter right yeah yeah I I think that we're Chris and I and and then date of Latin and Artemis cars were very sensitive to that possibility you know even though you know we're we're happy certainly with our polls from twenty sixteen you know the the nature of trump support makes us makes us nervous I think there is a little bit of a a reluctance to to talk to pollsters if you're conservative as far as you know we don't identify ourselves as a as a media poll or anything like that we contact people for exactly the kind of reason bread were were very concerned about scaring people off we're concerned about the interviewer interaction so we're Mott now we haven't seen any empirical evidence and in some of the social science research and research amongst a public opinion scholars that that was a big deal in twenty sixteen but things change and were were pretty calm is that so what we end up doing is being very attentive to the underlying demographics of our survey and and we're still doing some things which will tell you about in private I fix doing some things to make sure that our measurements are correct here and that were not under killing that because we don't want to end up with a gun or say selection day.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:47 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Exactly what baseball is all about we can tell you in a single report information about your cat's breeds which is kind of like learning about your own ancestry so we can tell you if your mixed breed Kitty has information in it that is similar to maybe a person or signees it has traits it shares with the Maine **** and when you adopted your kid Icarus out there this is such a cool stuff to now but of course there's actionable items as well same as with your own twenty three me you can find out if your Kitty has genetic markers for disease which are very very important to know the you can take that and work with your vet to make sure that you can prepare yourself if there's markers and they're they're very life threatening okay so let's talk about kitties so many of us are adopting or I guess becoming the chosen by kiddies that are out there on the streets these days and there's such a big push on adopt on shopping shelter kitties there's so many of us are growing our feline family that way and there's such a mix of cats there's I think there's a huge percentage of mixed breeds of cats much more so than their canine much more and correct on base because I there's such great information you break down the breed groups to western eastern exotic and Persian and you're even able to tell how like where your cat comes from whether it's a tiger or cheat out what their percentages how do you do that right off what a great question so let's talk about the breed groups first of all I really want to emphasize exactly we just said we really really care about celebrating the mixed breed Kitty although of course we support every cat out there and if you have a pure bred that's awesome we love all cats but we really want to celebrate the motte and celebrating the much is really what we stand for we believe that every Kitty special any if you adopted a cat that is a domestic shorthair if you adopt a cat that is not a pedigree cat there is still something incredibly unique and special about this cats and because you can now do a DNA test you can now find out what breeds make up your mixed breed cat which is not something you could have ever done before with a base fost has you can now find out if your mixed breed cat is closer to a Maine **** or has some similarities to eight a Persian or some similarities to a Siamese it is so interesting to know which of greens are similar to our mixed breed cats because it really gives them it's like peeling back an onion and really really understanding you know these cats like I have a cat that I rescued from a shelter no it's sleeps in my bed it eats my food sometimes the place of my friends it's such a part of my life and until I was able to find out more about it through DNA testing I didn't know anything about it and now I have got this report back and it tells me it's partially being cool and it's closer to this breed than this breed and it hasn't really given me joy to know something about my adopted animal it's it's really something that has provided me with that extra bit of bonding and this is really what we stand for we really want to help the pet Perrin to bond closer to their pact the way that I see baseball is in the future is that every pad that is rescued from a shelter needs to form as much as possible a bond with their pet parent and that bond will become so much stronger the more we know about each other and the more you know about your cat the more you understand them the better the bond this DNA testing provides that glued that extra bond especially where we can go deeper on the breeds so the question was how do you know about these breeds off it took us two years of collecting a database of reaching out to breeders from all over the world we probably have all the best data bases of pure bred cats that exists right now in the world when your cats DNA comes into our lab it gets compared to sixty different breeds and we're constantly adding breeds into our database the about twenty five breeds right now and we're gonna be adding more and more and more into the get to this sixty greens so that we can really tell you how what breeds make up your cat let me ask you something quickly when yes with the different breeds there's so many strays now you can see you know a cat out there or what you know that's out one of my outdoor cats on the city in our and she's like a tabby cat but that's just a type Bob that's not a breed with happy there might be like sign means or other kinds are there kinds so you know the names we call like for toward easing talks he does in this those aren't reads those are just I guess names characteristic service terrorist six characteristics yes Greece are you know it breeds are something that we as humans have made up ourselves and can breed only go back about a hundred and fifty years dog breeds some same dog breeds go back thousands and thousands of years so cal breeds really really didn't become domesticated until all that not long ago all before that cats just you know bread themselves and and behave themselves and it wasn't until about a hundred fifty years ago that we started to breed cats into greets so cal greens are kind of a new phenomenon and the strains that are out there they are still closer to some breeds that are out there than others and as pet parents when we understand that our quote unquote straight is shares a lot of characteristics with a British shorthair that is really exciting interesting innovative information for us because a British shorthair for example has specific health issues that are straight could also be susceptible to we just didn't know until we know so there's a lot of value in knowing this information and then obviously just because your cat looks like you you might have a cat that looks like a tabby cat but it could be a high percentage of British shorthair which doesn't look like anything like you know certain writing that X. is so interesting and so unique your cat can look one thing but in the end it can tell you something completely different and the big value all doing a DNA test is that the test will continue to update itself for the life of your Kitty and as it continues to update your report tells you more and more about your cat so as our panel of pure bred cats gross our understanding about your cat also continues to grow which is so unique we've actually with coin the new term that we really hope people can start using the term is poly cap a poly cat is you know it goes with along with our whole idea of that we are super thrilled to be able to celebrate the much we understand that ninety five percent of all cats in the world are mixed breed cats and we want the pet parents of these mixed breed cats to understand that every makes big cat is different and unique in its own way and that's with the unaided you can understand that this next week cat is closer to an oriental shorthair but this was closer to a Berman and this one's closer to a Russian blue and look at that see a name we can tell you how it's closer in and look at the street your cat has a gene for this particular marker and and look it's simply from the same litter does not have that trait and isn't the any anything right and that's a blink might not have that trait because bomb females can be impregnated by two different males or exactly maybe three I don't do that still off cats science it's just so cool and ice cap parents you know I know a lot of cat owners love learning the stuff and this is kind of what baseball is also stands for we we share a lot of this information for our blogs and a lot of our videos there's a so much cool stuff about cats my blood the term poly cat because one it's easier to say than mixed breed cats are might be this or might be that or whatever and it's different than just sick because much are so much associated with dogs you know right SO policy right very cool what about the wild cat index that I think is mind boggling right so what we've done is that we had a chance to get our hands on Wildcats currently we have about eight in our database we're constantly adding a we're working with zeros we've reached out to us the San Diego zoo we work with them were actually reaching out to zeros all around the world and we're saying we would love to sequence the Wildcats you have in your database and we would love to see which of our cats are more like zombies Wildcats than others and for comparison twenty three me has something called the Neanderthal index and what it does that it lines up the millions of people that has in its database and it says compared to each other some of these people have a little bit more Neanderthal in them than others and it's a really fun index we do something very similar for wild cats so we have these eight different Wildcats and we're gonna add more and more were lining up all of our cats and we're seeing some of our cats are a little bit more tiger and so our cats are a little bit more cooler it's over cats are a little bit more left and as we get more and more cash in our database this will average out a bit more we can act percentages we're hoping to use these really fun tools to encourage conversation to encourage dialogue to encourage excitement the lines it is such a shame that cats are understudied under funded kind of under represented when it comes to eating companies that are out there for when you look at just tech companies out there I read the statistic that something like eighty percent of all companies are either dog focus or dog and cat focus with the dog leading there's very few companies are just for cats and so baseball's wants to be a place where you go to learn to understand to really get excited about all things cat in what you just said about that the cats are under represented I definitely see that at the trade shows and what's really crazy is that there is actually while there is a larger percentage of households that have dogs at pet parents have more cats and that's because most cat households are your feline households have two or more it's not uncommon to minister had to wipe three out of four cats you know you don't usually have two and three and four dogs right you know we all cat parents just aren't as no vocal where you can find us in the dog park we're not sitting at a Starbucks with their cat on a leash so we get a little bit forgotten when it comes to companies trying to vie for attention and it's a shame because we know our pets are great and our needs are great so this is a part of what we're trying to establish and you know the wildcat index it's we are trying to show it to our pet parents how exciting it is to own a cat how cool it is to be compared to some of these wild cats how interesting it is so one of the things we're we're soon going to be rolling out probably by the end of this year you'll be able to see if any of the cats in our database are related to your cat again very similar to how if you've done ancestry.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:01 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And they're they're very life threatening okay so let's about kitties so many of us are adopting or I guess becoming the chosen by kiddies that are out there on the streets these days and there's such a big push on adopt on shopping shelter kitties there's so many of us are growing our feline family that way and there's such a mix of cats there's I think there's a huge percentage of mixed breeds of cats much more so than their canine much more and correct on base because I do they're such great information you break down the breed groups to western eastern exotic and Persian and you're even able to tell how like where your cat comes from whether it's a tiger or cheat out what their percentages how do you do that right off what a great question so let's talk about the breed groups first of all I really want to emphasize exactly we just said we really really care about celebrating the mixed breed Kitty although of course we support every cat out there and if you have a pure bred that's awesome we love all cats but we really want to celebrate the motte and celebrating the much is really what we stand for we believe that every Kitty special any if you adopted a cat that is a domestic shorthair if you adopt a cat that is not a pedigree cat there is still something incredibly unique and special about us cats and because you can now do a DNA test you can now find out what breeds make up your mixed breed cat which is not something you could have ever done before with a base fost has you can now find out if your mixed breed cat is closer to a Maine **** or has some similarities to eight a Persian or some similarities to a signees it is so interesting to know which of greens are similar to our mixed breed cats because it really gives them it's like peeling back an onion and really really understanding you know these cats like I have a cat that I rescued from a shelter no it's sleeps in my bed it eats my food sometimes the place of my friends it's such a part of my life and until I was able to find out more about it through DNA testing I didn't know anything about it and now I have got this report back and it tells me it's partially Maine **** and it's closer to this breed than this breed and it hasn't really given me joy to know something about my adopted animal it's it's really something that has provided me with an extra bit of bonding and this is really what we stand for we really want to help the pet Perrin to bond closer to their pact the way that I see day spas in the future is that every pad that is rescued from a shelter needs to form as much as possible a bond with their pet parent and that bond will become so much stronger the more we know about each other and the more you know about your cat the more you understand them the better the bond this DNA testing provides got glued that extra bond especially where we can go deeper on the breeds so the question was how do you know about these breeds off it took us two years of collecting a database of reaching out to breeders from all over the world we probably have all the best data bases of pure bred cats that exists right now in the world when your cats DNA comes into our lab it gets compared to sixty different breeds and we're constantly adding breeds into our database we have about twenty five breeds right now and we're gonna be adding more and more and more into the get to this sixty greens so that we can really tell you how what breeds make up your cat let me ask you something quickly when yes with the different breeds there's so many strays now you can see you know a cat out there or what you know that's out one of my outdoor cats on the city in our and she's like a tabby cat but that's just a type Bob that's not a breed with happy there might be like sign means or other kinds of other kinds so you know the names we call like for toward easing talks he does in this those aren't reads those are just I guess names characteristic service terrorist six characteristics yes Greece are you know it breeds are something that we as humans have made up ourselves and can breed only go back about a hundred fifty years dog breeds some saying dog breeds go back thousands and thousands of years so cal breeds really I mean really didn't become domesticated until all that not long ago all before that cats just you know brand themselves and and behave themselves and it wasn't until about a hundred fifty years ago that we started to breed cats into greets so cal greens are kind of a new phenomenon and the strains that are out there they are still closer to some breeds that are out there than others and as pet parents when we understand that our quote unquote straight is shares a lot of characteristics with a British shorthair that is really exciting interesting innovative information for us because a British shorthair for example has specific health issues that are straight could also be susceptible to we just didn't know until we know so there's a lot of value in knowing this information and then obviously just because your cat looks like you you might have a cat that looks like a tabby cat but it could be a high percentage of British shorthair which doesn't look like anything like you know certain writing that X. is so interesting and so unique your cat can look one thing but in the end it can tell you something completely different and the big value all doing a DNA test is that the test will continue to update itself for the life of your Kitty and as it continues to update your report tells you more and more about your cat so as our panel of pure bred cats gross our understanding about your cat also continues to grow which is so unique leave that actually get quite a new term that we really hope people can start using the term is poly cap a poly cat is you know it goes with along with our whole idea of you know we are super thrilled to be able to celebrate the much we understand that ninety five percent of all cats in the world are mixed breed cats and we want the pet parents of these mixed breed cats to understand that every makes big cat is different and unique in its own way and that's with the unaided you can understand that this next week cat is closer to an oriental shorthair but this was closer to a Berman and this one's closer to a Russian blue and look at that see a name we can tell you how it's closer in and look at the street your cat has a gene for this particular marker and and look it's simply from the same litter does not have that trait and isn't any anything right and that's a blink might not have that trait because bomb females can be impregnated by two different males or exactly maybe three I don't do that still off cats science it's just so cool and ice cap parents you know I know a lot of cat owners love learning the stuff and this is kind of what baseball is also stands for we we share a lot of this information for our blogs and a lot of our videos there's a so much cool stuff about cats I love the term poly cat because one it's easier to say than mixed breed cats are might be this or might be that or whatever and it's different than just sick because much are so much associated with dogs you know right SO policy right very cool what about the wild cat index that I think is mind boggling right so what we've done is that we had a chance to get our hands on Wildcats currently we have about eight in our database we're constantly adding a we're working with zeros we've reached out to us the San Diego zoo we work with them were actually reaching out to zero all around the world and we're saying we would love to sequence the Wildcats you have in your database and we would love to see which of our cats are more like zombies Wildcats than others and for comparison twenty three me has something called the Neanderthal index and what it does that it lines up the millions of people that has in its database and it says compared to each other some of these people have a little bit more Neanderthal in them than others and it's a really fun index we do something very similar for wild cats so we have these eight different Wildcats and we're gonna add more and more were lining up all of our cats and we're seeing some of our cats are a little bit more tiger and so our cats are a little bit more cougar it's over cats are a little bit more left and as we get more and more cash in our database this will average out a bit more we can act percentages we're hoping to use these really fun tools to encourage conversation to encourage dialogue to encourage excitement the lines it is such a shame that cats are understudied under funded kind of under represented when it comes to eating companies that are out there for when you look at just tech companies out there I read the statistic that something like eighty percent of all tech companies are either dog focus or dog and cat focus with the dog leading there's very few companies are just for cats and so baseball's wants to be a place where you go to learn to understand to really get excited about all things cat in what you just said about that the cats are under represented I definitely see that at the trade shows and what's really crazy is that there is actually while there is a larger percentage of households that have dogs at pet parents have more cats and that's because most cat households are your feline households have two or more it's not uncommon to minister had to wipe three out of four cats you know you don't usually have two and three and four dogs right you know we all cat parents just aren't as colonel vocal where he can't find this in the dog park we're not sitting at a Starbucks with their cat on our lease so we get a little bit forgotten when it comes to companies trying to vie for attention and it's a shame because we know our pets are great and our needs are great so this is a part of what we're trying to establish and you know the wild cat index it's we are trying to show it to our pet parents how exciting it is to own a cat how cool it is to be compared to some of these wild cats how interesting it is so one of the things we're we're soon going to be rolling out probably by the end of this year you'll be able to see if any of the cats in our database are related to your cat again very similar to how if you've done ancestry.

"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:18 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back everyone I'd like to introduce and this guy as she is the CEO of based which is a captain DNA kid welcome Anna thank you so much okay yeah I was talking about what makes my cat take and of course then you think about what they're made out of just like you know what we're made up the vase you know humans what exactly does based pas do when and when I say cat DNA kit what is that sure so base price is eighteen DNA test for your Kitty and the simplest way to think about this is twenty three and now you're all familiar with twenty three me or ancestry dot com what is that it is a DNA test for ourselves humans it's been passed to you send that to a laboratory in in six weeks to get a report that report tells you if you have the genes from may be England or if you have some ancestry from North Africa very interesting stuff and it has information about your house whether or not you are a carrier for specific genetic disease well cats are no different than people we can do very similar genetic discoveries and reporting on yes this is exactly what baseball is all about we can tell you in a single report information about your cat's breeds which is kind of like learning about your own ancestry so we can tell you if your mixed breed Kitty has information and and that is similar to maybe a person or signees it has traits it shares with the Maine **** and when you adopted your kid Icarus out there this is such a cool stuff to now but of course there's actionable items as well same as with your own twenty three me you can find out if your Kitty has genetic markers for disease which are very very important to know the you can take that and work with your vet to make sure that you can prepare yourself if there's markers and they're they're very life threatening okay so let's about kitties so many of us are adopting or I guess becoming the chosen by kiddies that are out there on the streets these days and there's such a big push on adopt on shopping shelter kitties there's so many of us are growing our feline family that way and there's such a mix of cats there's I think there's a huge percentage of mixed breeds of cats much more so than their canine much more and correct on base because I there's such great information you break down the breed groups to western eastern exotic and Persian and you're even able to tell how like where your cat comes from whether it's a tiger or cheat out what their percentages how do you do that right off what a great question so let's talk about the breed groups first of all I really want to emphasize exactly we just said we really really care about celebrating the mixed breed Kitty although of course we support every cat out there and if you have a pure bred that's awesome we love all cats but we really want to celebrate the motte and celebrating the much is really what we stand for we believe that every Kitty special any if you adopted a cat that is a domestic shorthair if you adopt a cat that is not a pedigree cat there is still something incredibly unique and special about this cats and because you can now do a DNA test you can now find out what breeds make up your mixed breed cat which is not something you could have ever done before with a base process you can now find out if your mixed breed cat is closer to a Maine **** or has some similarities to eight a Persian or some similarities to a Siamese it is so interesting to know which of greens are similar to our mixed breed cats because it really gives them it's like peeling back an onion and really really understanding you know these cats like I have a cat that I rescued from a shelter no it's sleeps in my bed it eats my food sometimes the place of my friends it's such a part of my life and I'm still I was able to find out more about it through DNA testing I didn't know anything about it and now I have got this report back and it tells me it's partially Maine **** and it's closer to this breed than this breed and it hasn't really given me joy to know something about my adopted animal it's it's really something that has provided me with that extra bit of bonding and this is really what we stand for we really want to help the pet Perrin to bond closer to their pact the way that I see baseball is in the future is that every pad that is rescued from a shelter needs to form as much as possible a bond with their pet parent and that bond will become so much stronger the more we know about each other and the more you know about your cat the more you understand them the better the bond this DNA testing provides got glued that extra bond especially where we can go deeper on the breeds so the question was how do you know about these breeds off it took us two years of collecting a database of reaching out to breeders from all over the world we probably have all the best data bases of pure bred cats that exists right now in the world when your cats DNA comes into our lab it gets compared to sixty different breeds and we're constantly adding breeds into our database the about twenty five breeds right now and we're gonna be adding more and more and more into would get to this sixty greens so that we can really tell you how what breeds make up your cat let me ask you something quickly when yes with the different breeds there's so many strays now you can see you know a cat out there or what you know that's out one of my outdoor cats on the city in our and she's like a tabby cat but that's just a type Bob that's not a breed with happy there might be like sign means or other kinds are there kinds so you know the names we call like for toward easing talks he does in this those aren't reads those are just I guess names characteristics are scared here is six characteristics yes Greece are you know it breeds are something that we as humans have made up ourselves and can breed only go back about a hundred fifty years dog breeds some same dog breeds go back thousands and thousands of years so cal breeds really really didn't become domesticated until all that not long ago at all before that cats just you know bread themselves and and behave themselves and it wasn't until about a hundred fifty years ago that we started to breed cats into greets so cal greens are kind of a new phenomenon and the strains that are out there they are still closer to some breeds that are out there than others and as pet parents when we understand that our quote unquote straight is shares a lot of characteristics with a British shorthair that is really exciting interesting innovative information for us because a British shorthair for example has specific health issues that are straight could also be susceptible to we just didn't know until we know so there's a lot of value in knowing this information and then obviously just because your cat looks like you you might have a cat that looks like a tabby cat but it could be a high percentage of British shorthair which doesn't look like anything like you know certain writing that X. is so interesting and so unique your cat can look one thing but in the end it can tell you something completely different and the big value all doing a DNA test is that the test will continue to update itself for the life of your Kitty and as it continues to update your report tells you more and more about your cat so as our panel of pure bred cats gross our understanding about your cat also continues to grow which is so unique we've actually with coin the new term that we really hope people can start using the term is poly cap a poly cat is you know it goes with along with our whole idea of you know we are super thrilled to be able to celebrate the month we understand that ninety five percent of all cats in the world are mixed breed cats and we want the pet parents of these mixed breed cats to understand that every makes big cat is different and unique in its own way and that's with the I. maybe you can understand that this next week cat is closer to an oriental shorthair but this was closer to a Berman and this one's closer to a Russian blue and look at that see a name we can tell you how it's closer in and look at the street your cat has a gene for this particular marker and and look it simply from the same litter does not have that trait and isn't the any anything right and that's a blink might not have that trait because bomb females can be impregnated by two different males or exactly maybe not every item that still that still off cats science it's just so cool and I scanned parents you know I know a lot of cat owners love learning the stuff and this is kind of what baseball is also stands for we we share a lot of this information for our blogs and a lot of our videos there's a so much cool stuff about cats my blood the term poly cat because one it's easier to say than mixed breed cats are might be this or might be that or whatever and it's different than just sick because much are so much associated with dogs you know right SO policy right very cool what about the wild cat index that I think is mind boggling right so what we've done is that we had a chance to get our hands on Wildcats currently we have about eight in our database we're constantly adding a we're working with zeros we've reached out to us the San Diego zoo we work with them were actually reaching out to zeros all around the world and we're saying we would love to sequence the Wildcats you have in your database and we would love to see which of our cats are more like zombies Wildcats than others and for comparison twenty three me has something called the Neanderthal index and what it does that it lines up the millions of people that has in its database and it says compared to each other some of these people have a little bit more Neanderthal in them than others and it's a really fun index we do something very similar for wild cats so we have these eight different Wildcats and we're gonna add more and more were lining up all of our cats and we're seeing some of our cats are a little bit more tiger and so our cats are a little bit more cooler it's over cats are a little bit more left and as we get more and more cash in our database this will average out a bit more we can act percentages we're hoping to use these really fun tools to encourage conversation to encourage dialogue to encourage excitement the lines it is such a shame that cats are understudied under funded kind of under represented when it comes to eating companies that.

"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:40 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Which is kind of like learning about your own ancestry so we can tell you if your mixed breed Kitty has information in it that is similar to maybe a person or signees it has traits it shares with the Maine **** and when you adopted your kid Icarus out there this is such a cool stuff to now but of course there's actionable items as well same as with your own twenty three me you can find out if your Kitty has genetic markers for disease which are very very important to know the you can take that and work with your vet to make sure that you can prepare yourself if there's markers and they're they're very life threatening okay so let's talk. about kitties so many of us are adopting or I guess becoming the chosen by kiddies that are out there on the streets these days and there's such a big push on adopt on shopping shelter kitties there's so many of us are growing our feline family that way and there's such a mix of cats there's I think there's a huge percentage of mixed breeds of cats much more so than their canine. much more and correct on base because I there's such great information you break down the breed groups to western eastern exotic and Persian and you're even able to tell how like where your cat comes from whether it's a tiger or cheat out what their percentages how do you do that right off what a great question so let's talk about the breed groups first of all I really want to emphasize exactly we just said we really really care about celebrating the mixed breed Kitty although of course we support every cat out there and if you have a pure bred that's awesome we love all cats but we really want to celebrate the motte and celebrating the much is really what we stand for we believe that every Kitty special any people adopted a cat that is a domestic shorthair if you adopt a cat that is not a pedigree cat there is still something incredibly unique and special about us cats and because you can now do a DNA test you can now find out what breeds make up your mixed breed cat which is not something you could have ever done before with a base process you can now find out if your mixed breed cat is closer to a Maine **** or has some similarities to eight a Persian or some similarities to a Siamese it is so interesting to know which of greens are similar to our mixed breed cats because it really gives them it's like peeling back an onion and really really understanding you know these cats like I have a cat that I rescued from a shelter no it's sleeps in my bed it eats my food sometimes the place of my friends it's such a part of my life and until I was able to find out more about it through DNA testing I didn't know anything about it and now I have got this report back and it tells me it's partially being cool and it's closer to this breed than this breed and it hasn't really given me joy to know something about my adopted animal. it's it's really something that has provided me with that extra bit of bonding and this is really what we stand for we really want to help the pet Perrin to bond closer to their pact the way that I see baseball is in the future is that every pad that is rescued from a shelter needs to form as much as possible a bond with their cat parent and that bond will become so much stronger the more we know about each other and the more you know about your cat the more you understand them the better the bond this DNA testing provides got glued that extra bond especially where we can go deeper on the breeds so the question was how do you know about these breeds off it took us two years of collecting a database of reaching out to breeders from all over the world we probably have all the best data bases of pure bred cats that exists right now in the world when your cats DNA comes into our lab it gets compared to sixty different breeds and we're constantly adding breeds into our database we have but twenty five breeds right now and we're gonna be adding more and more and more into the get to this sixty greens so that we can really tell you how what breeds make up your cat let me ask you something quickly when yes with the different breeds there's so many strays now you can see you know a cat out there or what you know that's out one of my outdoor cats on the city in our and she's like a tabby cat but that's just a type of that's not a breed with happy there might be like sign means or other kinds other kinds so you know the names we call like for toward easing tux he does in this those aren't reads those are just I guess names characteristics are terrorists six characteristics yes Greece are you know it breeds are something that we as humans have made up ourselves and can breed. only go back about a hundred fifty years dog breeds some saying dog breeds go back thousands and thousands of years so cal breeds really. really didn't become domesticated until all that not long ago all before that cats just you know brand themselves and and behave themselves and it wasn't until about a hundred fifty years ago that we started to breed cats into greets so cal greens are kind of a new phenomenon and the strains that are out there they are still closer to some breeds that are out there than others and as pet parents when we understand that our quote unquote straight is shares a lot of characteristics with a British shorthair that is really exciting interesting innovative information for us because a British shorthair for example has specific health issues that are straight could also be susceptible to we just didn't know until we know so there's a lot of value in knowing this information and then obviously just because your cat looks like you you might have a cat that looks like a tabby cat but it could be a high percentage of British shorthair which doesn't look like anything like you know certain writing that X. is so interesting and so unique your cat can look one thing but in the end they can tell you something completely different and the big value all doing a DNA test is that the test will continue to update itself for the life of your Kitty and as it continues to update your report tells you more and more about your cat so as our panel of pure bred cats gross our understanding about your cat also continues to grow which is so unique we've actually with coin the new term that we really hope people can start using the term is poly cap a poly cat is you know it goes with along with our whole idea of you know we are super thrilled to be able to celebrate the much we understand that ninety five percent of all cats in the world are mixed breed cats and we want the pet parents of these mixed breed cats to understand that every mix brick. is different and unique in its own way and that's with the unaided you can understand that this next week cat is closer to an oriental shorthair but this was close until Berman and this one's closer to a Russian blue and look at that see a name we can tell you how it's closer in and look at the street your cat has a gene for this particular marker and and look it simply from the same litter does not have that trait and isn't DNA amazing. right and that's a blink might not have that trait because bomb females can be impregnated by two different males or exactly maybe three I don't do that still off cats science it's just so cool and I scanned parents you know I know a lot of cat owners love learning the stuff and this is kind of what baseball is also stands for we we share a lot of this information but our blogs and a lot of our videos there's a so much cool stuff about cats my blood the term poly cat because one it's easier to say than mixed breed cats are might be this or might be that or whatever and it's different than just sick because much are so much associated with dogs you know right SO policy right very cool what about the wild cat index that I think is mind boggling right so what we've done is that we had a chance to get our hands on Wildcats currently we have about eight in our database we're constantly adding a we're working with zeros we've reached out to us the San Diego zoo we work with them were actually reaching out to zero all around the world and we're saying we would love to sequence the Wildcats you have in your database and we would love to see which of our cats are more like zombies Wildcats than others and for comparison twenty three me has something called the Neanderthal index and what it does that it lines up the millions of people that has in its database and it says compared to each other some of these people have a little bit more Neanderthal in them than others and it's a really fun index we do something very similar for wild cats so we have these eight different Wildcats and we're gonna add more and more were lining up all of our cats and we're seeing some of our cats are a little bit more tiger and so our cats are a little bit more cooler it's over cats are a little bit more left and as we get more and more cash in our database this will average out a bit more we can act percentages we're hoping to use these really fun tools to encourage conversation to encourage dialogue to encourage excitement. the lines it is such a shame that cats are understudied under funded kind of under represented when it comes to even companies that are out there for when you look at just tech companies out there I read the statistic that something like eighty percent of all companies are either dog focus or dog and cat focus with the dog leading there's very few companies are just for cats and so baseball's wants to be a place where you go to learn to understand to really get excited about all things cat in what you just said about that the cats are under represented I definitely see that at the trade shows and what's really crazy is that there's actually a wall there is a larger percentage of households that have dogs at pet parents have more cats and that's because most cat households are your feline households have two or more it's not uncommon somebody said had to wipe three out of four cats you know you don't usually have two and three and four dogs right you know we all cat parents just aren't as colonel vocal where you can find this in the dog park we're not sitting at a Starbucks with their cat on our lease so we get a little bit forgotten when it comes to companies trying to vie for attention and it's a shame because we know our pets are great and our needs are great. so this is a part of what we're trying to establish and you know the wild cat index it's we are trying to show it to our pet parents how exciting it is to own a cat how cool it is to be compared to some of these wild cats how interesting it is so one of the things we're we're soon going to be rolling out probably by the end of this year you'll be able to see if any of the cats in our database are related to your cat again very similar to how if you've done ancestry.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:18 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back everyone I'd like to introduce and this guy and she is the CEO of based which is a captain DNA kit welcome Anna thank you so much okay yeah I was talking about what makes my cats take and of course then you think about what they're made out of just like you know what we're made up the vase you know humans what exactly does based pas do when and when I say cat DNA kit what is that sure so base because is a DNA test for your Kitty and the simplest way to think about this is twenty three and now you're all familiar with twenty three me or ancestry dot com what is that it is a DNA test for ourselves humans it's been passed to you send that to a laboratory in in six weeks to get a report that report tells you if you have the genes from may be enlightened or if you have some ancestry from North Africa very interesting stuff and it has information about your house whether or not you are a carrier for specific genetic disease well cats are no different people we can do very similar genetic discoveries and reporting on yes this is exactly what baseball is all about we can tell you in a single report information about your cat's breeds which is kind of like learning about your own ancestry so we can tell you if your mixed breed Kitty has information in it that is similar to maybe a person or sign means that it has traits that it shares with the Maine **** and when you adopted your kid Icarus out there this is such a cool stuff to now but of course there's actionable items as well same as with your own twenty three me you can find out if your Kitty has genetic markers for disease which are very very important to know the you can take that and work with your vet to make sure that you can prepare yourself if there's markers and they're they're very life threatening okay so let's about kitties so many of us are adopting or I guess becoming the chosen by kiddies that are out there on the streets these days and there's such a big push on adopt on shopping shelter kiddies to so many of us are growing our feline family that way and there's such a mix of cats there's I think there's a huge percentage of mixed breeds of cats much more so than their canine much more and correct on base because I there's such great information you break down the breed groups to western eastern exotic and Persian and you're even able to tell how like where your cat comes from whether it's a tiger or cheat out with their percentages how do you do that right off what a great question so let's talk about the breed groups first of all I really want to emphasize exactly we just said we really really care about celebrating the mixed breed Kitty although of course we support every cat out there and if you have a pure bred that's awesome we love all cats but we really want to celebrate the motte and celebrating the much is really what we stand for we believe that every Kitty special any people adopted a cat that is a domestic shorthair if you adopt a cat that is not a pedigree cat there is still something incredibly unique and special about this cats and because you can now do a DNA test you can now find out what breeds make up your mixed breed cat which is not something you could have ever done before with a base fost has you can now find out if your mixed breed cat is closer to a Maine **** or has some similarities to eight a Persian or some similarities to a signees it is so interesting to know which of greens are similar to our mixed breed cats because it really gives them it's like peeling back an onion and really really understanding you know these cats like I have a cat that I rescued from a shelter no it's sleeps in my bed it eats my food sometimes the place of my friends it's such a part of my life and until I was able to find out more about it through DNA testing I didn't know anything about it and now I have got this report back and it tells me it's partially being cool and it's closer to this breed than this breed and it hasn't really given me joy to know something about my adopted animal it's it's really something that has provided me with that extra bit of bonding and this is really what we stand for we really want to help the pet Perrin to bond closer to their pact the way that I see day spas in the future is that every pad that is rescued from a shelter needs to form as much as possible a bond with their cat parent and that bond will become so much stronger the more we know about each other and the more you know about your cat the more you understand them the better the bond this DNA testing provides that glued that extra bond especially where we can go deeper on the breeds so the question was how do you know about these greens are it took us two years of collecting a database of reaching out to breeders from all over the world we probably have all the best data bases of pure bred cats that exists right now in the world when your cats DNA comes into our lab it gets compared to sixty different breeds and we're constantly adding breeds into our database we have about twenty five breeds right now and we're gonna be adding more and more and more into would get to this sixteen greens so that we can really tell you how what breeds make up your cat let me ask you something quickly when yes with the different breeds there's so many strays now you can see you know a cat out there or what you know that's out one of my outdoor cats on the city in our and she's like a tabby cat but that's just a type Bob that's not a breed with happy there might be like sign means or other kinds other kinds so you know the names we call like for toward easing tux he does in this those aren't reads those are just I guess names characteristic service terrorist six characteristics yes briefs are you know it breeds are something that we as humans have made up ourselves and can breed only go back about a hundred fifty years dog breeds some saying dog breeds go back thousands and thousands of years so cal breeds really I mean that's really didn't become domesticated until all that not long ago all before that cats just you know bread themselves and and behave themselves and it wasn't until about a hundred fifty years ago that we started to breed cats into greets so cal greens are kind of a new phenomenon and the strains that are out there they are still closer to some breeds that are out there than others and as pet parents when we understand that our quote unquote straight is shares a lot of characteristics with a British shorthair that is really exciting interesting innovative information for us because a British shorthair for example has specific health issues that are straight could also be susceptible to we just didn't know until we know so there's a lot of value in knowing this information and then obviously just because your cat looks like you you might have a cat that looks like a tabby cat but it could be a high percentage of British shorthair which doesn't look like anything like you know certain writing that X. is so interesting and so unique your cat can look one thing but in the end it can tell you something completely different and the big value all doing a DNA test is that the test will continue to update itself for the life of your Kitty and as it continues to update your report tells you more and more about your cat so as our panel of pure bred cats gross our understanding about your cat also continues to grow which is so unique leave that actually with coin the new term that we really hope people can start using the term is poly cap a poly cat is you know it goes with along with our whole idea of you know we are super thrilled to be able to celebrate the my we understand that ninety five percent of all cats in the world are mixed breed cats and we want the pet parents of these mixed breed cats to understand that every makes big cat is different and unique in its own way and that's with DNA that you can understand that this next week cat is closer to an oriental shorthair but this was closer to a Berman and this one's closer to a Russian blue and look at that see a name we can tell you how it's closer in and look at the street your cat has a gene for this particular marker and and look it simply from the same litter does not have that trait and isn't the any anything right and that's a blink might not have that trait because bomb females can be impregnated by two different males or exactly maybe three I don't do that still off cats science it's just so cool and I scanned parents you know I know a lot of cat owners love learning the stuff and this is kind of what baseball is also stands for we we share a lot of this information for our blogs and a lot of our videos there's a so much cool stuff about cats I love the term poly cat because one it's easier to say than mixed breed cats are might be this or might be that or whatever and it's different than just sick because much are so much associated with dogs you know right so poly right very cool what about the wild cat index that I think is mind boggling right so what we've done is that we had a chance to get our hands on Wildcats currently we have about eight in our database we're constantly adding a we're working with zeros we've reached out to us the San Diego zoo we work with them were actually reaching out to zero all around the world and we're saying we would love to sequence the Wildcats you have in your database and we would love to see which of our cats are more like zombies Wildcats than others and for comparison twenty three me has something called the Neanderthal index and what it does that it lines up the millions of people that has in its database and it says compared to each other some of these people have a little bit more Neanderthal in them than others and it's a really fun index we do something very similar for wild cats so we have these eight different Wildcats and we're gonna add more and more were lining up all of our cats and we're seeing some of our cats are a little bit more tiger and so our cats are a little bit more cougar it's over cats are a little bit more left and as we get more and more cash in our database this will average out a bit more we can act percentages we're hoping to use these really fun tools to encourage conversation to encourage dialogue to encourage excitement the lines it is such a shame that cats are understudied under funded kind of under represented when it comes to eating companies that.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:28 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Again confirms my suspicions that we have going on here something that is spiking and changing the weather not necessarily c._o. two not necessarily the fact that we're doing it to this country doing to other countries the fact that someone or some group or some country has the ability to manipulate the weather and manipulate the whether they're enemies now back in nineteen fifty eight stumbled upon this this video was made back in nineteen fifty eight walt disney and he made this video back in the nineteen fifties for the tomorrowland exhibit and presentation was called is outer space it was called a science factual presentation science factual presentation the film contained information provided by the united states department of defense the army the navy the air force and the army signal research and development laboratory the film is a twenty five minute live animation short narrated by paul frees who was well known voice actor in his day films about the weather though it includes superstitions about whether how it's forecast and how most would forecast are educated guessing but in the video they talk about the future and they talk about how weather we'll be controlled or whether can be controlled now i played the audio in last played again i wanna play full out of this so you can hear just the progression this it talks about how in the future using vapor trails they're able to actually fear a storm away from the from miami florida give listen to this prediction charts have indicated that a powerful hurricane begin forming today in the atlantic ocean the electron weather map shows an intense storm system building up about a thousand miles to east of miami florida But until the calls for close upset, light airy warmest, five. Yankee two point five. Okay. Five six. Characteristics, willing clouds of the hurricane beginning to form. At sea waves, -ticipant the violence to come. The controller calls for last minute prediction of the hurricane's path. Control measures begun at once the hurricane will smash across them sleep. Populated areas within forty eight hours. Nine hundred sixty miles east of Miami. Control measures are ineffective at Cape. Hatteras in forty eight hours. Safety? Only six PM tomorrow. Whether central the control strategy is mapped out. Ridge of high pressure slaps across the eastern United States between low pressure storm systems if these storm sent his intensified, the high will build up along the coast forming a barrier that will turn the hurricane out to see. Polling in satellite number one visual checkable pressure systems, twenty twenty one. The operator brings the satellite into focus on the two storms. One Senate over Kansas. The other overlap redord. The touch of a button. The battle begins. On the ground. Chemical plowed cedars begin to work to storm areas. Robot planes seat. The clouds from above. The storm centers of Kansas, send over labrador, intensifies seating continues. Over. that's the beginning i part of this film is on outer space it's from tomorrow and exhibit they're talking about a hurricane this in the future a future where a hurricane is about to hit the florida coast and how they're doing in their power to steered out of their way here's the second part of this of this movie where they actually talk about the techniques they use to steer the hurricane away Sector. Activate to control plan. Delta. Famer rockets, more forty two thousand. as an emergency measure the controller calls for south of vapor rockets to be fired ahead of the past the hurricane is predicted to take These on official clouds will block the some Evaporating more water to feed the hurricane. The reports coming into the control center indicate that the division every clouds over. Kansas is now creating a flood. Especially the robot aircraft at a speech to media to release a high concentration of cloud seeding material into the fringes of the storm. seating from the ground also helps to subdue the rain by spreading it over a wider area the controller calls for another view of the hurricane which has now moved closer to the coast s. one s. one this is whether something request video sickle ilbo an emergency situation has developed an orbiting space station thousand miles above the hurricane crewman sends a temporary picture back to whether central okay Video is our. Thank you. hurricane has stopped moving toward the coast but it's still intensifying it must be made to move northward out to see this is a crisis Activate multiple CD rockets on one one seven the controller decides to fire cloud seeding rockets just ahead of the hurricane hoping to start moving slowly regained against the ship. All of forces have been brought into play. Now we can only watch. wait after hours of tension the turning point is reached latest reports indicate the control strategies successful at last the high pressure ridges settled along the coast forming an invisible wall of satan The storm is over. the danger has passed the hurricane has been defeated turned away from the land and less to spend it self harmlessly far out at sea In the world of tomorrow weather control will enrich and safeguard daily life. In the foreseeable future. We will conquer more than filing storms will tend the destructive Helen of today into sources of shaping the land on, which we live. Will benefit arid wastelands will be made green and fertile and fast frozen areas will become productive? To this end man made satellites will the secrets of the sky, they will be our eyes. there you go happily ever after they steered the hurricane away things they used to steer it away this is from nineteen fifty eight they said vapor rockets to create clouds in the sky artificial clouds in the sky that can steer the hurricane out of the way seeding operations where robotic planes go in and start laying down trails of seeds of ice to change the makeup and they actually had this ground system with lightning being fired up from the from the ground to change the direction of the clouds and that looked like the heart project project so these ideas were in nineteen fifty eight movie in tomorrowland saying that in the future we'd be able to make lands different change the planet in fact shows a frozen area is turned into a green area so they can do anything with this do weather or this type of weather stuff that they have was a science factual film meaning that somehow they got word and with the blessing of the army the navy the air force the department defense and the army single research and development laboratory to make this twenty five minute film to show that full spectrum control the weather is possible and it was thought of as far back as the nineteen forties in fact we read newspaper article in the last hour that was actually printed at be san bernardino daily in nineteen fifty four saying cloud seeding someday be useful powerful weapon of war using the weather is weapon nothing about all the strange weather it's happening strategic stories about heat and cold and tell me why is the weather acting so bizarre i've told you many times tonight we take it further and explain to you more about what is happening with the strange weather and weather control eight seven seven seven three three one zero one eight seven seven seven three one zero one one i'm lewis you're listening to ground zero and we'll be back Youth radio nine twenty four seven. indeed we believe resume is a great way to see an overview candidate but you're not hiring resume hiring person that's why indeed offers tools that help bridge the gap between the candidate and the resume skill tests.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Don Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the Shula group. The people thrive companies thrive podcast. Google is always touted as one of the best most innovative most creative most successful companies as you probably know they make the top of the list of the best companies to work for in terms of employee ratings low employee turnover company culture and other criteria. Part of what sets them apart, I believe, is that innovation that spirit to let's do it the way nobody else does. Let's do something. Nobody's even heard of. So they read a lot of projects in experiments always with that I to innovation. Well, a few years ago, they ran a project called project oxygen to prove the managers weren't really needed that, in fact, they just take up space and breathe air. Maybe that's why it's called project oxygen. I'm not sure. Actually, what they found was that it ended up being a disaster. People felt adrift. They didn't have direction. They didn't have guidance. They weren't expected to and they didn't expect of themselves and they probably didn't have the skills and the tools needed to be innovative in creative, and set their own direction priority and kind of self start. So they scrapped that project and instead focused on. Well, what makes a really good manager, and they came up with the top ten characteristics of the very best managers, along with than what should be expected of managers. So here those top ten characteristics. Number one be a good coach. If you've heard that whole adage, you can give a fish and you'll feed him for a day or you can teach Amanda fish, and then he can fish and be fed for life. Part of that is, is coaching. And what you're doing when you're coaching your investing time you're investing your you're carrying your empathy with your employees because you want them to succeed. You care about their self development. You might be surprised at how important the ability to evolve in grow and develop is important, especially to millennials these days. Coaching is about that. Whole teaching. It's not about doing it for them. It's guiding them. Number two. Second characteristic. That makes a great manager. They empower teams and don't micromanage. Oh my goodness. I mean, you've probably been micromanaged, right? I know I have unfortunately, I've probably also done it a really work at not doing that because one, I don't have time to I need to delegate and three. I want someone else to be able to step up to the plate in perform well and get kudos vehicle to celebrate. And so when you empower the people on your team in your department, in your company as a whole. To do their job and do their job. Well and handsome latitude. That is everything. We actually talk about this in our employee engagement, collaborative model that on the managers in the leader side is empowering. This is another reason why I really liked this project besides the one that failed than the one that. Oh, okay. We'll hear the best characteristics of the best managers that idea of empowerment, because it's so fits in with our own belief system, the third characteristic, is that the best managers, create an inclusive team environment showing concern for success and wellbeing. 'nother some personality types who work better independently. Don't need a lot of collaboration from others, but there are always times when that's needed on that. Best manager is going to be the one who looks at her team of all of its individuals all of its parts. What are the unique qualities of those individuals? And then how can she the manager, the leader bring them altogether for the best effect the best results? When you start looking at people as to what makes them unique and wonderful and their strengths then they start to feel needed in valued for what they're good at. And then when everybody feels that they are. Providing for the whole for the good of the company, go to the department, whatever that team is then. That whole collaborative atmosphere amps right up. Fourth characteristic be productive and results oriented. Another concept that we believe in here at the Schuler group and that we coach and consultant clients through is forward motion. A befo kissing on the solution rather than the problem. Yes, we may need to understand why something occurred. Why something happened? So is to prevent it. But that's part of the solution. Right. How can we prevent this? How do we fix this? How do we make it better? All of that is going to move the organization forward to be productive. And about the results about the solutions, the fifth characteristic of a great manager is to be a good communicator, both sides, listening and sharing information. This is another piece of our collaborative employee engagement model, which is the communication on both sides to give feedback to listen to share for both managers and their subordinates alike. Both pieces are necessary. Listen share share in listen. Sixth characteristic have a clear vision and strategy for the team, we call this the deeper. Why and everything has a deeper? Why, why does this department exist? Why is this project being done? Why did Google do this experiment? What's the vision? What's the strategy? What is the why? Because when people understand it on that deeper level than there's more ownership, there's more ability to be empowered. They care about the results because they've been let in on that vision. The seventh characteristic of a great manager. Is that they support career development and they discuss performance in one of our clients projects? We help them create a brand new employees, valuation system. And one of the things that they wanted to find out was what projects get you excited? What do you want to work on over the next year? And then have check in points along the way on house progress going. How're you doing what support do you need? Because that company was really invested in their employees and staff. Self-development actually was one of their core values in continuous self improvement. Eighth characteristic have the expertise to advise the team. Whether that's technical skills, or whether it's soft skills. You don't have to be the expert and everything. But you also need to be a resource. How do you get this done? What resources do you need? How can we bring them to you? You need to be able to at least be plugged in as a manager to get four your people what they need. The ninth characteristic is collaborate. This, I think is a big piece of very highly connected to that, number three characteristic creating unclear team environment. Because when you do that, and it's a team, it's inclusive in your you're bringing people in understanding their unique strengths and gifts and skills. Then there's the natural result of that is collaboration. Oh, Jim is really good at blah, blah, blah, Jim is a resource to be able to collaborate with in his specific unique area of expertise. And then the tenth characteristic of the very best managers is to be a strong decision maker. One of the reasons why people are heads of departments heads of certain areas in company is because it's that the buck stops here mentality that means they have to make decisions because if you're not making decisions you probably shouldn't be in that leadership managerial roll. That also means you need to have the knowledge in the expertise, the confidence to make decisions. In addition to the humility, and the vulnerability to sometimes get wrong because we're not perfect. And perfection should not be expected. But the confidence to make a decision. And then deal with the consequences, whether positive or negative, that is very, very valued. So what do you think of these ten characteristics? I see these ten characteristics as being a great. Leadership program for managers. You got a ten week program right here. I'm kind of doing tongue in cheek because yes, could you create a program. Sure. You could what's really interesting. Is that in our managers thrive program? We touch on most, if not all these characteristics because we have figured out. What's going to help managers thrive? What's going to help staff thrive? What's going to help company thrive in bit by bit by bit? We're going to do our best to impact the world to create more of a thriving community. Rather than just a surviving community. If you'd like to learn more about our managers thrive program..

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"six characteristics" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

14:42 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Seven here day radio program. Just look at this, those human interest stories that they throw in the end of the. End of the newscast, and it was and another thing in New Jersey. Mary Gibson, celebrating her one hundred ten th birthday, and she's a very happy, Mary. Van she looked like she hates everything that's happening in front of her right now. Which earned that right at that point. And frankly, she hit murder one of those people who is way too energetic around her, and I would be not guilty on the jury. Poor woman alone wheel this giant cake in front of her. She's looking at that thing with contempt doesn't even begin to describe it. She looks pretty good for a hundred and ten though. Really, yes, she said she walked lot, or, and then eight healthy. So nothing one dad just wanted to be some crazy. And I know we think crazy is the, you know, the guy was like I bet back every day right now. I mean something just back crap crazy that you made up too because you can you're in that position. You're in a position to sit there and tell somebody secret to long jetty is, and then include something that, you know, will likely not benefit them in the lease because you have the power to get away from that or get away with that. And nobody hold you responsible. 'cause you're one hundred frigging ten. So I like the news report, they patronizing Lee put birthday girl underneath. Yeah. I get murder that reporter out, whatever and not. And that's not a hatred of journalist, that's just that level of excitement of being onto completely different planets right now. Sorry. Turn good morning. How you doing? Let's see here. Okay. All right. Let me let me start with I was gonna go in one direction, but I wanna hit a local story I can I'm really creeped out by some science. And so we're going to have to do the whole could we just not do this, but then I started really processing, the science story, and I think people would and I can blame it on one thing now couple things. But one thing that's currently on the air one thing, that's not. I will at television dictate my opinion on this momentarily. I this, there's five hundred dollar hoodies. Not my world five hundred dollars for a hooded sweatshirt. That's the thing. And it's apparently a recognizable thing. I'm putting this out because I'm reading this crazy story that normally would have skipped over yet to teens. I mean, not that you should the idea that teenagers wanted adult one, I guess not technically an adult. Would would be of the but I will point out, once black one's white so diversity wins again. So good for them. Deciding to run. So rub somebody a gun point, that's troubling in the fact that it would happen in the community a few quavering or any community in North Carolina for that matters. You know, that's something that should be celebrated it's not something that should be tolerated that being said the person they were robbing and I'm not justifying this. They were attempting to rob a five hundred dollar hoodie off of them. And what does a five hundred dollar look like I have, I have the description in here, but I had no idea. It's a red off white Mona Lisa hoodie. I'm gonna pull it up here. I want see five hundred dollars for a by the way, if the person wants spend five hundred dollars on a hooding. It's their money. I don't care. Don't underst- don't misunderstand me, if you wanna spend five hundred dollars on a hoodie, that's on you do your thing, man. But these guys obviously, they really liked that hoodie. And I suspect it maybe they knew what the hoodie was and is hoodie, the new Nikes. Jordan's a mask or hoodies. The new Jordan's. I guess I found it right here. It's kind of ugly, three hundred sixty one bucks. Three hundred sixty one bucks a normal price though. Six hundred forty five suspect that they're going to go for whatever they want. They wanted to be a five hundred obviously though the fact that they use a gun makes it regardless thing here. So, but yeah, I just I blew my mind. I mean it looks like a hoodie. I remember the first I remember the first time that I paid over one hundred dollars for a pair of pants. Redress pants and there were and I'm like this is insane. And then he would see those stories or the tour fifty dollar jeans. Now I do not own any two hundred fifty dollar jeans. I don't know that I could justify to my world, but. Just out of sheer spite for that. However, if somebody wants to spend five hundred dollars hoodie or fifty dollars jeans, whatever you don't get to take it from a gun point. But if the if like people are able to spot that, right? That's a, that's a mazing to me. Absolutely amazing to me. College very excited about some. Let me take this call okay is description. I have no idea what Mike wants talk about. What's up, Mike? Five hundred dollars and we got girlfriends while we're while we always. Yeah. They do steel note to what you gotta do. Keep a decoy hoodie, sir. Everyone now. Did you buy one that looks like the good one, but you let her keep the cheap one that way. Things go sideways, hoodie back. There's not that awkward hoodie recovery meet up, so. Yeah. You put that's why you have the obvious hoodie drawer, and then you have the, the floorboards. What are you crazy? Shirts. Do something anything to get her to avoid it. But would you pay five hundred dollars for a hoodie, sir? I comfortable in five hundred dollars for a pistol, I definitely wouldn't pay five hundred dollars. Well, if it's the right pistol, sir. Kimber tax. For five hundred dollars. What did I see? Somebody used a twelve hundred dollar handgun to rob. A guy one time of what was essentially. Throwaway derringer. Nominal. Oh, people are sending me now now. Fits you know. Fifty cow desert eagle gold plate. Yeah. One one time not a gold one but the standard one they make a longer barrel for. Why are we having this conversation? Anyway. It's legal caliber. So all you haters. That. The five hundred dollar. Hoodies earth thing I sent you a link to the. Click click that because it's the exact type of item that if I click that it Google's going to remember and then every website that I go to for the next few days, you're going to be trying to sell a five hundred dollar. Hoodies. And if somebody's over my shoulder, they're gonna D bag. Sorry ross. You're shopping for hoodies for the next week. He's got what do you think that hoodie, that says, he's got a Harry Potter slithering, one that one that says slither? What do you think that? Well that was a gift. But what do you think it costs thirty bucks less than five hundred ill slightly less than five hundred. He wears a damn thing every day, which good for him. So. Okay. No, really. Now, people are sending me insane hoodie cost links. Jordan's right. We hear those stories or some kid got shoppers Jordan's, right? And now it's now you're getting robbed for your hooded sweatshirt. If you don't know what a hoodie is which I don't know. But you, you probably have own one, a hooded sweatshirt. That's what we're talking about here. Somehow, we have parlayed a hooded sweatshirt a basic item of basic, basic item. And, and created a culture around it, where people will pay up to ten thousand dollars for a hoodie, according to this article, that's just nuts. Insane. Speaking of insane. No, it will. It was going to late nicely into the story, which is why I wanted to do the one and then the other. So there is a. There's some very excited science folks talking about some of the DNA breakthroughs for parents who want to customize children that at the current pace of development and eventual inclusion and approval. Could be ready to go by twenty fifty. Yes. That's right. One day, parents may be able to insert chosen DNA into an egg to modify attributes including athleticism, and good looks providing a massive library of potential offspring. And for those who would be willing to provide portions of the library, there are big financial rewards potentially and because we are a celebrity, worship culture. They say the most sought after will be aspects of celebrities. So you're like. Let's see. I wanna have a kid, and I want my kid to have. Kardashians behind or whatever, I guess, I don't know how intricate you're gonna be able to manipulate this stuff, but people are going to go out, and they're going to buy DNA. They're going to they're going to buy features of their favorite celebrities. That's what they're saying. I don't know. Man, unintended consequences here mile wide arms and stuff. Yeah. We'll even beyond that of what are you going to do, if I don't know. Maybe you two years ago, three years ago, you really thought, wow that Kevin Spacey is point man. This is this, but yes, absolutely. Now, you got you got you now you got your your sexual assault kid running around. What do you do? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. We're on the same page here. But and it's easy to go with ever do that. I like my kid just how they are sure for now. But. What can I point to something? What's popular among certain subs? What when you are when you are because you listen to the show you obviously have some affinity for news. Not really do a lot of news, some days, but you have some Finnity for news and current events. But, you know, those people that are devoid of give a crap about any of that stuff. And it's all pop culture all the time. You know, the people who would go out and literally sit down after an episode or a marathon, viewing of keeping up with the Kardashians, who would with all honesty, sit down in a plastic surgeons chair and pay. Good money to be carved up to look like one of the characters it's thing. So the folks who get their news from TMZ and page six TV they're, they're going to be early adopters here. If you're celebrity worship is of one of these nitwits running around on a reality show. Just limited crazy. Life. Then you would find this appealing. And there's a lot of people with a lot more money than brains. Who when their favorite character on the TV show has himself a baby, and they're having a baby might look into this. And then you run into the very real possibility that it works. And they start somehow out of one of the most devoid brains on the planet, like anyone who would sit there with a car dash she and marathon, somehow bringing forth from that from that womb. Is the next genius with a giant rear end? And, and now your kids got to keep up with that. You see how this escalates and you're like, why would never I would never want to alter the physical care wrist characteristics in my child, but. You know, maybe we can make sure that they're going to score well on the SAT's. And then there's a little of that. And then. Wouldn't want my child to be ostracized for physical appearance. Let's just make sure they have good chin structure. Then there's a little of that. You see what I'm saying you slippery slope. Right into this. And before you know it's all snooky and anything else. I don't think snooky would market well. Well, maybe in one state. You think I'm wrong. You think people wouldn't embrace this, and then others would try to compete with. Let's say everyone. If you had the opportunity to pick six characteristics, knowing that at the end of the day, it's still your kid, but pick, you know, five or six characteristics or manipulate them, I should say you're telling me, you wouldn't tinker with one. I would I would let my son have a full head of hair. As someone who is thinning. And, you know, I've probably got all right. Who's here year of your civic? You got to pick the Harry didn't even think about that. Yeah. Yeah. You get to pick the hair man. That's how this is this is now. Who knows? Who knows if this Frankenstein crap really plays out on the timetable. They're talking about, but yeah. So you don't think people would do this. And what would you pick for your kid? Seventy seven percent of rural counties, lack sufficient primary healthcare, Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap. I placing former military medics and communities improving access for the health of America. The Blue Cross Blue shield association isn't association of.

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"six characteristics" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"six characteristics" Discussed on Probably Science

"That's not always the case and Disney mentioned like wise in that kind of thing that, but in general, that's what happens so x chromosomes unnecessary survival. I contain important genes related to the brain. Why crumbs on the one hand of found only in males and a knock crucial survival? Why criminals carry relatively few genes beyond those related to secondary six characteristics such as male genitals facial hat to investigate the link between perma SIMS and survival research has tested different chromosomes. Go nut combinations. Among genetically identical mice some mice had biological male female combinations. Mirroring, those found in nature accepts with ovaries and exploit with testes. Other mice had ex- ex- ped- testes at X Y ped- with ovaries that really fucking with these mice. So research has found that mice with natural female mouse, biology, two X chromosomes and ovaries outlived all the mice mice with two x chromosomes. Tencent live Lunga, regardless would they had ovaries or testes among this group of mice longevity effect was observed beginning at twenty months, which is the end of a normal mouse lifespan research said the results point to a potential role of the second X chromosomes longer lifespans. We suggest that the homeless produced by female doughnuts increase lifespan in mice with two X chromosomes. Either by influencing have a mouse develops by activating certain biological pathways. During that lives says DNA do bell a neurologist senior author through the study. Scientists don't understand exactly why the second X chromosome contributes to long lifespan, and maybe the second X, and it's genetic expression has a protective effect increases viable, another theory is that the presence of a one chromosome is somehow harmful. However. The science hoped down into play by balking future. Studies when things go wrong in aging says double having more of the X perms, along with is diversity of expression could be really beneficial. I don't know if you so they're saying what if you wanna live longer get yourself. Some extra pick yourself up to make additional X's guessing more Xs in that I guess I mean, they're not doing this specifically to find out how to live long. But I guess this is giving you may shift to what causes longevity will affect lunch, man. You can start to work out. What is it about the what is it that that promo does that specifically gives you the ability to loss longer survive a buff hits? You will that's always going to be the case would would I delegate to do much difference. Additional won't really help that get get a chromosomes. Tested quick. As must really did some damage. Okay. So I guess what? So it's a fact in well, this is women tend to live longer with that that that was known for a long time, the female lifespan is. Has is generally longer than the male lifespan was okay now, you look back over the centuries because back in the day, you know? The the foul of men would head out to wall and comeback all dead or not really come back just build and Ryan's. And then you'd go women live longer. So I think you even when it's corrected that, but then they did say this obstacle. They still thought it might be lifestyle because even even getting rid of things like war that just that might be thing that the males traditionally do in society, both in terms of the work they had to do animals of the lifestyles. They led maybe they drink more. Maybe they smoked more. Maybe they maybe they they had less healthy diets potentially. So it looks like even correcting for that kind of thing and correcting defects of things go nuts ovaries, it is the X firm specifically compared to the white crime as in these mice Lena's, mice that causes resume the mice out smoking and drinking after after the little test. No, they the in labs. I think they keep the mice that they test. The cigarettes in coal on different. Cages from the mice that they test these things because otherwise it would affect you got to control that kind of thing agree. I agree. It's. I wanna see who sent him this wasp story because this is pretty cool. I'm gonna look this up because I've I'm running right now Nomi ideal to look something Landy starts talking. But Mike, which Mike how you Mike doesn't say in. It just says Mike, listen like MIT engineers Repub wasp venom as an antibiotic drug. Low ultimate peptides from South American noice Benham can kill bacteria, but a non-toxic to human cells..

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