29 Burst results for "Six Seven Months"

Tagovailoa Sharp in Dolphins' 37-17 Win Over Falcons

The Phinsider

01:03 min | Last month

Tagovailoa Sharp in Dolphins' 37-17 Win Over Falcons

"Lots to talk about after a thirty seven. Seventeen complete win over. The atlanta falcons at home. But before we're getting all of that the world wants to know. How are you doing today. Jake josh said it. Best victory monday. It has to be what six seven months since. We've had a feeling like this. Which i don't necessarily mean the wind because of course that doesn't mean too much as i was saying before the show. The patriots pay a few days before the dolphins i believe was against the eagles as watching them. Do not wrong. I mean he had third and fourth string players running back specifically just kind of taking whatever they wanted to absolutely running eagles. I thought man you know. Could you imagine having your feet up watching a complete game just team absolutely just kind of pack up the opponent. worthy better team on any day. And that's josh kind of with. The dolphins did on sunday started with that on saturday already to warmed up for the regular season but it started with Your boy there to lead that offense made it was incredible to watch. I actually had a big smile. Basting how it seemed like bank group that first team offense just could not do anything wrong

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Compassionate Leadership: A Conversation with Ania Smith, CEO of TaskRabbit

Blazing Trails

02:20 min | 3 months ago

Compassionate Leadership: A Conversation with Ania Smith, CEO of TaskRabbit

"So you've thought a lot about this two sided marketplace about uber airbnb. Now at task rabbit. Tell us a little bit about your challenge at task rabbit right now coming in as ceo. You started how many months were way into the pandemic. We are about six seven months into the pandemic you. It's your first time being a ceo of a major company. Tell us what that was like. How did you think about starting your role building. Trust all while working remotely with a remote team while honestly it's a bit scary. It's a bit overwhelming. It was my first job as a ceo. And i knew that. I wouldn't be able to meet anyone in person. I mean. we were in depth of the pandemic nominee extroverts. So generally i. I love energy of people. I love meeting people on asking questions and getting to know them in even though you can do that over. Zoom it's as we all have learned over the past year and a half. It's really not quite the same. I did think a lot about trust. And what it means to build trust remotely and a lot of that would came down to is transparency and communication and being really upfront and direct with people and so the first part of that is going on a listening tour so we at the time had about two hundred fifty employees or so and i met with every single person one on one to sue here about what is important to them. What are they thinking about. Why are there concerns. What are they happy about. Who is their husband or their wife or you know. How many kids do they have. And it was really nice. I always think about culture as garden. Sort of let it go still grow but you may not quite love everything that is growing out there on. Sometimes there are some weeds. Any your tend to it. You gotta just be thoughtful about what that means and so another thing that i started doing almost immediately because i couldn't see people in person every monday. I record a video for about five or so minutes. Just letting folks know what i'm thinking about. What's important coming up for this week. What our numbers are looking like. What are some awesome wins that we had. What are some things. That maybe have not been working. And i really. We see a lot of strong positive feedback. So i think that that's been good. I'm especially as we can't see each other. Don't know each other as well as we would

Boudoir in Lockdown with Michael Sasser

This Week in Photo

02:56 min | 4 months ago

Boudoir in Lockdown with Michael Sasser

"Just sort of talk about some of the big changes that that have happened because of the covid nineteen lockdown pandemic. And all that. Yeah so yeah all the obvious stuff. Makeup artists cleaning the brushes. And all that. But what are some things that have permanently. D think affected how you're going to be doing business in twenty twenty one and beyond so yeah. I think it was a weird year for everybody and actually closer december. i felt. I don't know like a little claustrophobic about Going into twenty twenty one. I basically had all this time. I used to travel a lot. I used to shoot a lot and try to use my free time for travel. When i couldn't travel anymore As we got into twenty twenty one looking at booking people six seven months out in advance. I kinda almost didn't wanna. I didn't wanna book people and i felt like i needed to guard my time And i only wanted to book people like a month or two in advance and what it ended up a leading to. I called a couple of other photographers on this. And we figured out You know what what. I needed to feel comfortable and good about filling my calendar now. Obviously that's like what a terrible prompt have people wanna book you but At different times in your life like one of my biggest fears is being burnt out from photography. And so what we decided to do was a switch up my booking process to doing a wait list so instead of being available to talk on the phone whenever anybody emailed me we switched to a weightless system. And i say we. It's it's it's just me. I'm i'm known in ryan. I do all the people that i spoke with. So i just take phone calls Once a month sometimes twice a month. And i pack them all into one day and and i only allow myself to book three months out in advance so somebody says at the time you know if it's whatever day it is three months from now you can book with me. Four months you have to stand the wait list until i sent an email out and then you can sign up for phone call in order to book again and this is freed up so much of my time and then the last thing i've done is i've organized my shoots all to be back to back so don't do like when you free what you tell me what we say like are available. I'll put them all together. So it's the same every time for me and then after i'm done with those clients users order albums at the end of the week and then i've got the rest of the time to do stuff like this to hopefully travel when that's available to new course material but as far as you know i just i felt i don't know i i was in a weird place kinda november december and. I realized i needed to make a chance to really really feel good as a result. I more shoots now

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Interview With Jason Lau

Bitcoin Radio

04:45 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Jason Lau

"Who everyone welcome back to reimagine twenty twenty four. I'm roche mirage car from mouse and i'm one of your host for this event We are starting with our halloween themed for this event four events. And that's why. I'm dressed like this. I'm so excited to be joined here by jason loud. The coo at okay coin. Jason thank you so much for joining us today and let's start off just by asking you know. How has it been for you and your team just coping with the whole virtual situation The past couple months. Hey rush thanks for having me That's this is certainly been a challenge right a challenging year for for most of us and has been no different for our team. We were based here in san francisco. And i think the most interesting thing about this year for us has been that we've actually expanded our quite dramatically over the past six seven months. Despite the fact that we none of us have been in the office. Our office has been closed. And we've had Last i checked was thirty. New people join us over this this time so with thirty colleagues teammates that have never met anyone else on our team So we we we very quickly transition to doing everything online as most of you know everyone else is doing And you know that that's been fun and challenging at the same time. Yeah that's actually a cool little fact to start things off because a lot of let's say traditional companies are trying to down size or they're all they're already going virtual so glad to hear that you being one of the crypto companies in the space are are hiring and expanding. I'm a little more on. That front. looks like okay. Corn has been up to a lot of different things especially when it comes to licenses and regulations. I've seen a great push in the in the eastern market and even in asia What can you tell me about the importance for you. All of the asian market. And do you think that will that will continue to see more growth there or Do you think that the us 'cause you said you're in san francisco do that in the us. Some things will be will be yeah On that note we even just sort of on our licensing and compliance teams. We've we've added a lotta people specifically because we are sort of targeting this global approach to regulations and licenses and and the like So on your on your question. Around what our efforts have been And sort of what regions were looking at we are we're regulating here in the us We're also regulated in europe The the malta regulators. Over there we last year I might be getting my dates wrong. But i think yeah last year earlier this year we got our license in japan and so that that was a process that took almost two years to to accomplish so Big props to the team there as well as Working on our licensed today in singapore. So we've got a whole bunch of things going on And i think the important is that Licensing one it's obviously the the law right. We have to comply with what governments and regulators are are putting in mostly consumer protection. But you know putting in place to make sure that there's a building of trust in our in our space and to it permits us to access And sir bill that that Userbase with the with the backing of these regulators and permission right So so regulation is super important and then as we think about that. Broadly like i mentioned we do service users globally so not no. I don't want to say one region is more important than another But you know our heritage stems from originally founded in In beijing in two thousand thirteen and so we do have a very strong user base and brand recognition in asia will always remain a key. Focus point for us. We mentioned singapore mentioned japan. But all the parts of asia to hong kong southeast asia are areas that we we we certainly have have users and continue to grow that area

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Covid relief talks hit another wall as Congress runs short on time to send help

MSNBC Morning Joe

05:37 min | 10 months ago

Covid relief talks hit another wall as Congress runs short on time to send help

"The trump administration through another option on the table yesterday. Making nine hundred. Sixteen billion dollar offer to democrats. That has the support of senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell according to the wall street journal the proposal came after democrats rejected. Mcconnell's attempt to narrow the scope of the relief and to exclude both assistance to state and local governments favored by democrats and liability protections which are favored by republicans. The president's plan eliminates the three hundred dollars per week and unemployment insurance. Found in the bipartisan. Bill democrats say that is a nonstarter. Join us now. Senior writer at politico co author of the playbook jake sherman. He is in msnbc political contributor. So jake a new one thrown into the table from secretary. Mnuchin lobs to nancy pelosi. So we've got the bipartisan nine hundred. Eight billion dollars. This new one from the white house. There's a lot of talk about things getting done. We had joe manchin and chris coons confidently on here yesterday. Saying they believe something will get done before the holiday recess but are we actually any closer to a deal. No this is ridiculous. Would i will say this though. So let's just take a step back yesterday mitch. Mcconnell as you said tried to remove the contentious issues from the table so democrats want state and local funding republicans. Don't republicans want liability overhaul democarcy democrats largely are opposed to that. So he said you know what. Let's deal with those later. Let's just do the things. We agree on democrats said note. This deal that steven mnuchin put on the table. While it doesn't have everything the democrats want is the broad outline of a deal that both sides could get around. I mean yes. The unemployment insurance enhanced unemployment insurance is lower than it probably should be according to most democrats but this is a negotiation right so the democrats can come back and say no. We don't want ex. We want expos five hundred and then you're on the brink of a deal. Willie you really are. Here's what i would say right now. This bipartisan group. god blessed them Democrats and republicans a room talking about covid relief. It's time is very short. So if they want to deal the leadership. Nancy pelosi and mitch mcconnell needs to get into a room and work something out because time is very short and people really need assistance. And it's not only new money. While it's programs are expiring. Very critical unemployment programs have expired or are expiring. ppp does program that has kept businesses open. Bipartisan program is done. Needs to be refreshed renewed. There's a lot on the line here not much time left. And so. Casey are the people you cover. Every day you inject both on capitol hill really prepared to go back and face. Their voters in saying sorry over the holidays. We just couldn't get anything done over the last six seven months that that's exactly what i was going to say really listening to jake talk about that. No is the answer. I mean going home the day after christmas these benefits many of them expire going home and trying to explain to people. Why that is. I mean people are hanging on by the fingernails by the skin of their teeth. They have been making it work for all of the time. But if this goes way economists people in both parties recognize and. I think the way that we talk about this important. It is a relief package. It's not a stimulus. It's not as though they're adding things into the economy. They are trying to patch holes. It's a much different too much. Different thing. And jake one one thing i wanted to underscore and to get your take on. Is this question about direct checks because as as you outlined. There's this complicated calculus between okay. They don't want president trump to blow it up mitch. Mcconnell wants to do what the president wants to do. Mcconnell's priority is liability. He said okay. I'll take that off the table. If democrats take their top priority off the table. Democrats go for that. I mean you've got all this back and forth but for people who are looking for a check in the mail. The president obviously wants to put his name on those checks. There are people like republican. Josh hawley in the senate who want to do that. What's your sense on whether this is actually something. That's going to end up in this bill. I mean i don't think democrats are gonna go for checks at the expense of unemployment insurance but do you think they can find a compromise on that i do i. I don't think it star off casey. I mean we reported yesterday. I believe the days Baumel together for me. But i think it was yesterday in playbook that mitch mcconnell was softening and he was coming around to the idea of direct payments in the bill. Obviously nancy pelosi is for them. Obviously chuck schumer is for them. The matrix is see here is state and local in liability ride together and then everything else is in the mix separately right. So there's i don't see in my estimation any sort of compromise that would sub out direct payments and unemployment direct payments are now firmly in the mix because the white house put it in And that's important amino democrats. There is theory out. There on mute for is undoubtedly casey among republicans on capitol hill that they that nancy pelosi and chuck schumer didn't want to check with donald trump's name on it at this point who cares right i mean if you're a democrat like just get these checks out the door i but i i agree with you casey. They can't solve out some of these unemployment insurance programs for direct checks. I don't think. I just think that would be a a trade off. That is a little bit arts at the swallow.

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ACCOR and Ennismore Partner to Create New Lifestyle Brand

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:45 min | 10 months ago

ACCOR and Ennismore Partner to Create New Lifestyle Brand

"Europe's largest hotel company echo and the owner of the hawks. Ten are set to bring together a number of the boutique brands under a new umbrella. Following a cash free merger announced last week the group will retain the name the hawks transparent parent company. Ns more and include the hawks in gleneagles in scotland and ecorse ten lifestyle brands including montreal s. l. s. monaco's executive editor. Josh bennett spoke to sharon has richer who ceo and founder of ns more. We've had a busy last couple of weeks and months the lockdown and we're we're delighted to emerge creating new joint venture with i call. Who the europe's largest hotel company and part of this joint venture really is a merger of their lifestyle brands alongside our lifestyle brands and collectively. This new joint venture becomes the world's largest and fastest growing lifestyle hospitality platform which is incredibly exciting. Because i've spent the last decade building and this move from ground up piece by piece having taken the halston from one hotel. In east london to cross europe and across the us will recently and of course taking taking gleneagles and reimagined it to the glorious playground once was in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s the geneticists or the sort of discussions with our core started several months ago. What was interesting. As part of our discussions was really getting to know. Akwa chairman and ceo. Sebastian buzzer and core of lifestyle. And what was cliff for them was. They were very keen to create an autonomous entity because they realized early on that really have lifestyle brands flourish. Create lifestyle brands that authentic until stories. It needed to be outside of a larger web or larger corporation and the second we both aligned and agreed on that vision. It made the beginnings of this joint venture incredibly easy to form the basis of if you think about lifestyle generally or son hotels and these are hotels that have a mission they have a porpoise. They tell stories through incredible interiors. They have restaurants and bars that are local favorites. They are more than just a hotel. They have incredible cultural programming. They have amazing events and this segment which has now become lifestyle has been one of the faucets going segments across the hotel industry. You know somebody always had global ambitions and scale at mind. The second this pandemic hit. I knew i needed to do something that was created. I need to do something that was slightly out of the box. And that field my desire and more to create this joint venture with that cool because what it's now done is allowed us scale like we've never historically had an accessing kids and regions that would never be able to access. You guys have done a great job of i. Suppose bringing people together selling people to people in in beautiful spaces. The other day you talked about there was growth. And you've undertaken particularly with the hawks. Turn group impressive and dare. I say fairly aggressive growth already. I don't know rome's number ten. Maybe i've got my numbers wrong but a a tremendous surge in the number of hotels and the identity of that brand being built around the world. Could you may be hone in on that vision. Little bit i mean. How many hotels do you want to open the markets. That you find most alluring as you look out at the end of twenty twenty and i suppose into q one q two q three next year. If there's one thing. I realized over the last six seven months is brands with purpose brands with a mission matter. And we've seen that. Even though our revenues have been hauled and some of our some of our hotels had to reduce capacity way doing substantially better than any of our competitors in that neighborhood purely because off brand stands out and i think it's me so much confidence that as we come out of this pandemic that hotels that so of the local communities that are in hotels that have more than just a bed for a night hotels that a narped utilitarian law substantially longer in those brands will live a lot longer. And that's giving me a lot of confidence that what we managed do so successfully in ten cities around the world with our collection of oh tells if we can now take that formula. And i don't mean formula in the sense of you re create things in exact the same way. The forming of frost is more about the mindset. How do you create products. You create brands that kind of inspire inspire discovery. And we've learned so much all these markets that we've kind of grown and it's really allowed us to hone in on what each hawks ten means in each of those communities so now we've got an opportunity to take the hawks ten david larger platform and even more communities so they can get a sense of what these hotels what a culturally relevant hotel feels like in some of the most exciting destinations in cities around the world. What's exciting for me about the future. Is that all learnings. We've had about taking the oxygen from one to a dozen two dozen all the learnings. We've had about reimagining gleneagles to nineteen twenty s glorious past those are amazing skills that we can now hold on on a wider global portfolio. There's some incredible brands in this portfolio. Such as twenty five hours mama shelter. That are incredibly authentic that have found a lead and i'm incredibly excited to now work with those founders and the founding teams to make those brands the best they could be and there's a bunch of brands that core of created through the in house teams and i can't wait to work with them to make those brands the best they could be. So we've got a really unique opportunity on a global scale now to harness all the amazing ways of how we worked as more the last decade in terms of course curiosity intensive of obsessive design in terms of really rethinking the digital experience in terms of partnering collaborating with incredible designers and artists and makers around the world to take that insight that knowledge that skill base that process and now redo it all over again across the portfolio brands. And i'm incredibly excited to showcase that not with ten hotels at twenty zero tells but hopefully several hundred hotels that we could build around the world over the next couple of years.

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Best Of  Getting Great Growth In Business With Facebook Groups with Marc Mawhinney

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

06:30 min | 1 year ago

Best Of Getting Great Growth In Business With Facebook Groups with Marc Mawhinney

"Welcome everybody. I'm your host Brian Basilico. And this is the podcast where you learn to make your business Sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey everybody. I've got a great guest in a friend. His name is Mark Winnie and Mark is a coach's job and the man has been a Content generating machine. So I wanted to introduce you to him and his methodology. So Mark, how you doing, man? Hey Brian, I'm doing good. So, how's life up in Canada? Home life is going very well. I can now get out of the igloo. It's getting to that time of year, you know two weeks of Summer coming up in Canada. Now, it's it's beautiful. I'm half very happy that song. Dude, so what I'd like to start out doing is getting people to know who is Mark. What's your background? And how did you get from where you were to where you are now, so can you tell us? Yeah, I mean my background the shortcomings version as I got into real estate right out of University, you know back when I was a spring chicken. I'm Twenty-One years old and build up my real estate business for over a decade throughout my twenties just work my you-know-what off and work work work and things grew and business was doubling every year and and things are going great. And I had a lot of you know highs and accesses at that time, but I also had my share of failures I had to business closures over, you know over that decade. Now one of them was really bad not that there's ever a good business closure but one of them had employees and it got messy cuz in my part of the world every single time, there's a business clothes that could be restaurant. It can be a bookstore or anything that a lot of people attacking. Business owner. Yeah, like it's their fault. They planned it right? Cuz that's what people plan to do open a business and closet. So I dealt with the slings and arrows of that but actually worked out well that, you know led me to coaches because I needed help to get back on my feet and I hired several coaches and and had mentors and really just fell in love with whole concept of coaching and that's what led me into coaching and now he's coaching for three years. So yeah, that's awesome. So Mark you you've really been like this content creation machine you started out with like a podcast today. I think it was on episode somewhere around 1:50 and then close to 400. And so you've built up some really really great basis on Facebook with two different Facebook groups. Can you talk about the evolution of how that happened and what they've done for your business? Yeah. I mean, I'm a huge fan of Facebook groups. I just I love them. So I have two main I have other groups for you know, my coaching programs and stuff smaller groups for the people that are dead. Ask the clients but I have two main groups. So I have my natural-born coaches pass gas Group, which you're a member of and that's for anyone who's been on my show. So I've got as a recording Us by 430 episodes and we've got three hundred and some people that are in that group. So that's that's one group the group that's larger and even more activity though, cuz it's open to any coaches or people interested in coaching is the coaching jungle and I believe you're you're a member in there as well. So thank you. So the coaching jungle groups the other one and we're up to almost 2,000 right now and that's happened really quickly roughly six seven months. It's grown without any paid advertising that's all organic and kind of word-of-mouth are so if anyone wants to check that one out, they could go to the coaching Jungle Juice con will direct you there. Awesome. So having these two groups in this podcast, how is this helped or affected your business? I think it's made it a lot easier to to group your tribe. Gather so Facebook's my playground. I mean some people are linked in people. I'm on there and you know, I've got 60,000 Twitter followers. So I'm fairly active on Twitter but really Facebook is my big box where I play and my personal profiles at that 5,000 cap that limit that you have the problem is if I was just talking to the personal profile of got people on their lot of coaches. Yeah, but there's also a lot of people doing other things that don't have any interesting coaching and those are my people that's my Niche I help coaches build their businesses. So it wouldn't get the same traction but by building up a community like the coaching jungle groups, a lot of people together who are my people, you know, and even if not saying that every single person is going to become a client obviously but a number of them have or they referred people over or at least I'm learning stuff right like everyday. I'm jotting down stuff. I'm learning in that group from the people in there. So I just like going forward with social media where it's so noisy with all the platforms and all the different ways that you can reach people. I think that these kind of tribes and groups are going to be even more important cuz it groups people similar to trust together rather than just be kind of scattered all over that platform. Yeah, totally makes sense. So from there. You've got all this traction all these people that you're talking to how hard is it to moderate thousands of people because you know, one of the things as a group moderator, you're always going to get those people just don't understand the rules want to constantly sell promote their stuff. I mean, how do you manage that? Yeah, there's one or two spammers on the internet at maybe three or four I will say with my group of the number of people for having almost 2,000. It's been very good so far now I just added three of men this week as a recording this so I got to a point where this has happened very rare, but rarely, but there's been a couple of cases where someone will send me a message and say Hey, FYI, Joe just put a bunch of porn on a thread, you know or something like some idiot post porn links or whatever wage. Maybe he was hacked or you know, maybe it was him. But for whatever reason he can't have that on there and I can't watch all the time cuz I'm busy with my clients and what the podcast and with everything else. So I did bring on Thursday and then and the cool thing there is it's three that I trust and there are people that I know they've always been active in the group one of them's in the UK so she's at a different time zone than I am. I'm I'm in a weird time zone in Atlantic Canada. I'm an hour past later than Easter. So she's four hours later than me. So it means if somebody decides to make it, you know, put a bunch of corn stuff up in the middle of the night when I'm suggesting chicken catch it. So overall what the really big thing for the coach and jungle why it's been so easy to manage up to this point is I've kind of had a no-nonsense policy around people selling and people spamming

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Coronavirus: WHO warns countries to prepare

Dr. Daliah

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: WHO warns countries to prepare

"Football but I got to give you guys an update on the corona virus I don't want people then again it is serious and serious stuff but you know I want to tell you piece by piece of the pieces were getting are we getting all the pieces are we getting the true story we don't know but the pieces that we're getting I will convey those pieces so death toll is now a two hundred thirteen I'm pretty scary in the one month's time we are talking thirty thirty one days since the outbreak happened already had two hundred thirteen gas over ninety five hundred cases were almost a ten thousand cases this is a larger number of cases then the sars outbreak that we had a two thousand to two thousand three but let's step thank god that outbreak I believe was from November two thousand to two July two thousand three I need to double check the dates but that's bad about six seven months killed over seven hundred seventy four people we're already at two hundred thirteen people in a month so it is it's very very scary the World Health Organization yesterday finally declared this a global health emergency for Askin why did it take so long ads because again they have to and they they said that they kind of have to wait dole was out out of China you know we had five cases in the US we haven't heard of any new cases yet to in California one Arizona one of Washington state one Chicago I'm the one in I believe Chicago transfer from husband to wife maybe we have six case I need to double check that but the World Health Organization kind of have to wait until it's affected the world it could just be in the one country and only what does it mean when they declared a global health emergency well it means that they could get money they could get political you know support and we they kind of need you know whenever we have an outbreak if it's just a one country thing the other countries don't seem to get involved with the World Health Organization those guys okay you know this is a global health emergency then it starts to put things on balancer puts things on the on the when you have a meeting and you have things all my gosh I can't even think of the term the agenda okay so now people I've talk countries have to figure out what they're gonna do Eric and airlines and Delta stand I think the pilots union suit but American Airlines is now canceling all flights in China delta the same from what I understand the last flights out of going to be I think this weekend it all depends on the airline this is kind of an involving story but flights to China are going to be stopped out of those two carriers will hear more about the other carriers in fact I believe one of the airlines there's not gonna be any flights to China till April so airlines is trying to take action this World Health Organization kind of label of this being a global health emergency kind of allows companies to take more aggressive action which I believe we kind of needs to be done at this point because we already have two hundred thirteen deaths and this is going very very quickly the problem though is we also don't want you to panic this is something that can easily put us all into a global recession you know chive China's economy gets hurt and you know they're tourism there you know exports imports things like that you know it could really have a domino effect and so we don't want people to panic and start ludi in and you know committing suicide on my gosh I think you know I got the Sniffles I think of coronavirus we need everybody to kind of take a deep breath but we also need people to realize that this isn't a little cold okay you know this is a serious threat and one of the reasons why I am on the side of this being pretty serious is because nobody's really kind of telling us why this started I don't know if I really by this whole back to snake to human sort of jump it happens you know corona virus to be very highly beautiful to very smart virus things happen all the time you know and in other you know other countries you have access to animals that we might not you know in the states and they might not have the sanitation methods but you know I don't know you know when it is really sad and we think this came from a lab next door you know a leak I'd like those answers out of like those answers because then we could study it more soul we now are whenever there's an outbreak like this you have panic whenever there's panic this stupid so what's the stupid that's going on right now well now online in a social media there's fake so people are telling fei coronavirus Kerr they know if you want to buy anything they'll do anything you don't want to talk about masks so I'm afraid to show you this is a box I got I believe during the last sars we talked about mass these masks do not pretend to guess coronavirus people don't wear them correctly you know I mean when they put them on you know I it's it's I mean maybe it'll help not get somebody spit on you but once he's get wet it could still transmit disease these things are selling for like six hundred Bucks a box all right they're sold out in so many countries so many states and that's kind of stupid because if you use them now too early before really hits the United States then what do you have one the pope really hits the fan so these things are now going to be on back order and and you know we need to really be careful about how people are approaching this that being said this corona virus is a new virus it's a little unpredictable and it's unpredictable because were being given information that might not be useful to wonder thirteen people died who died where the kids where are they adults healthy adults where the vulnerable and now one epidemiologists out of Great Britain so the majority of them were sickly an elderly we need that information because maybe we need to you know what we do to precautions make sure are vulnerable populations are more protected by you know would like to know that sort of information and we're not getting that they're not telling us was not you know is that the average you know twenty two year old college student who's living in the dorms getting this or is it somebody with diabetes are these corner called elderly individuals are they diabetics are the COPD or are they all from a respiratory

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Constipation and Diarrhea: When is it a problem?

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:06 min | 1 year ago

Constipation and Diarrhea: When is it a problem?

"So let's get started with our discussion. We have addressed diarrhea so loose bowel movements on other shows. We've we spent entire other shows talking about diarrhea right so we've decided to focus more on today's show in terms of constipation and customization is a common problem in children of all ages so infants toddlers school age kids teenagers and even the children who are now all grown up now. They're adults young at heart. Absolutely we and so actually constipation is one of the most common chronic gastrointestinal disorders in adults. So Shelby we see this in in clinic like almost day in and day out with clients who are having. Maybe just a few bowel movements every week and actually when I was going through my master's program program for clinical nutrition. One of my first professor said if you are not comfortable talking about poop with people. You're in the wrong profession absolutely absolutely yes. We have to talk everything digestive from the top to the bottom right. Yeah so this morning we will spend time talking about the causes and some solutions for both children and adults who struggle with constipation issues so joining me in studio today shelby. Olsen who has a license nutritionist. Attrition as we will be talking about adult and childhood constipation which is a very real problem for so many people we believe this information formation that we're going to share this morning we'll help you find a solution. Yeah we'll good morning Leah and good morning to our listeners or good evening or good afternoon wherever you are in the world and listening I was formerly Shelby Hummel but as of about six seven months I am finally getting used to calling myself. Shelby Olsen Elson likely ahead mentioned. I'm a licensed nutritionist. And I actually see clients in our wise at a location. I also spend many of my days teaching wellness US classes for a variety of the companies. Here in the twin cities in the past few years more and more companies large and small are trying to provide nutrition information information to their employees in the hopes that they will remain healthy because we understand just like they do that. Healthy employees are productive employees. So Oh some of the classes that we may teach you know just the within the past week. I've taught a class called mindful eating I've taught classes about jumpstart. Your metabolism awesome eating real food for everyday health solutions. I talk about good foods and good moods that none brain connection to the foods that we eat so we really bring this eat real food message and people find it's a simple message that resonates with them as a result old of attending one of these lunch and learn seminars. Typically about an hour. They learned that they can eat real food that they buy in the grocery store. You know they don't have to buy box excludes or you know packaged things. They can go to the farmers market. They can go to any of the grocery stores in their area And quite frankly it's food their entire family can eat Right yeah that's important so that you're not the only person following a specific plan. It's nice when the whole family when everybody can NBA on board Yeah my mom she would always say. I'm not a short order. Cook GonNa eat what I mix. And that's exactly when we're talking about real foods. Mom and dad can eat it kids and you know teens. Everyone should be eating real food and can notice the difference that when they eat real food they feel good absolutely. Yeah so shelby and I both work with many adults and we both see children. I think I see more children now. Now that I have one of my own. So so maybe it's just that The Laws of the universe attract more kids. I don't know But many of these adults and some of the kids are struggling with constipation. Shen and parents sometimes don't even realize that they have constipation problem and truth be told. Many people don't realize that having a bowel movement every three maybe four days is a problem I would also venture to say I have a lot of clients who come in and they say well I know maybe it's not normal but this is my normal right so this has been me forever. I don't know what to do about it right. And so when we ask them have you had. Do you have a bowel movement. Every day. They say oh no. I'm not constipated my normal is every three or four days. We would identify that as a problem today. We do want to give you guys an idea of what normal bowel habits look like. And of course give you some of those indications of abnormal bowel habits. Now I remember one of our young adult clients who would have a bowel movement once every two. Oh Aw can you imagine her heart a little. I know she thought that was normal. So are you wondering asked this question. What is normal for an Infant or a young child or even for an adult. What does that normal look like? Yeah Yeah Shelby. We're talking a little bit about that before we came on air of like what is normal And when I was first starting this whole mother journey and I would still consider myself fairly new parents even at seventeen months. Yeah I was just a little surprised that I was changing my son's diaper. You know at least three to four times a day. I mean realistically there were definitely days where it was like eight to ten times a day to. You're a pro. You get good at it really fast. And actually. When mothers breastfeed their babies many of those babies have have a ball movement after every feeding and I can attest in those early days? You were breastfeeding breastfeeding sessions. Eight ten twelve times a day. A sometimes all clustered together so There's a lot going on. Yeah And infants who are breastfed are rarely constipated Ed. Right and typically by about age to A child is having one to two formed bowel movements daily By the age of four. They're usually continuing that pattern of one two formed bowel movements a day right and if everything is working right most school age kids teens and adults should should be having one bowel movements daily in fact one or two daily as an adult is what we would consider normal and healthy right. You're eating every day Jay Multiple Times. Actually so you should be eliminating we digestion and elimination because we want to be working through absolutely. Yeah so an infant or toddler who is constipated typically will have a bowel movement that it's hard to pass. Yes they might be straining or they might be sitting on the toilet for a while or in my son's case he's not potty trained yet but you'll notice he will stop in his tracks and he'll be pushing you get that red face then look concentration So if they're doing that a lot or you notice hard little pellets in the diaper or in the toilet that would be. That would be considered constipation right on the other hand a child who normally has a ball movement maybe every two days may not be constipated as long as that ball movement is soft not difficult or painful to pass So it's it's still an easy process process for it to come out. Yeah making that distinction. Yeah exactly so constipation. Tends to be common at three different times in a child's life so the first time is typically after starting solid foods So if you think about that. They're getting more roughage at that point So that might look something like rice. Cereal applesauce are typical foods at people. Start with with those solid foods right another time is during toilet training. And then lastly Ashley usually after starting school right so Leo. Let's talk more about Good concert good digestion and address. More of that childhood constipation constipation after break. Yup that sounds good. So you're listening to dishing up nutrition and this morning our topic was going to be about constipation and diarrhea like I. I mentioned before we've talked about diarrhea loose bowel movements in great length on all their prior shows Sosa Day. We're doing extensive focus on constipation Russian and mainly concentrated concentrating on constipation in childhood so surprisingly constipation in today's world is a serious problem problems for many children. We ask the questions. Why is this happening to children in this day and age perhaps more so than it used to be and our Dietitian titian brains always go to? Could it be the processed foods that our kids are

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Growth in China is up

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:27 min | 2 years ago

Growth in China is up

"Yes, fine. It was by and large a political week in the news in this country. But once again, and for the record a this is a global economy and be one neglects economic news at one's peril. So with that five maybe six minutes now on the past five days in business and this economy Jane, smiling late of Bloomberg's soon to be in a couple of weeks the Federal Reserve reporter for the New York Times. The honorable is the markets editor at axios holiday, both ak-. Hey guy. So let me start with you. And the global economy as it were. I wanna talk about China the news we got this week that growth there was actually up a little bit. I actually saw the freeze green shoots about the Chinese economy. Could we perhaps be turning a corner on the much rumored, but never yet arrived global recession and slowdown? Ooh. Yeah. That's a that's a good question. A good way to frame that. I I we could be. But here's the thing. I I don't know. And China was always the big deal. Right. But look out at the world, and you've got gotta take a global view as you said Europe is still slowing Japan is still slowing there. They've said they're going to go ahead and do this raise to ten percent sales tax in the fourth quarter and people are expecting them to potentially vol into recession. You could have Germany and recession Italy in recession. The u k in recession, those are some big issues, and the thing with China is they're pushing the stimulus the whole idea was supposed to be pulling back stimulus unloving or delivering their economy and actually doing just the opposite. They were doing that for reason because they're on an unsustainable debt path. So yes, definitely this is good news. The the data we've seen at a China. Also, I think it is interesting that in a in a while, I think over the past six seven months avenue. Anyone questioned the date out of China as they were for years. Seems like investors have really just kind of forgotten all about that. All right, Gina smile at bringing back home because retail sales were up this week in the American economy, the Americans should shoot consumer is still buying could we perhaps be leading the way avoiding a global slowdown. Yeah. So I think it's an interesting question. And again, I think it's one that you've just gotta take with a grain of salt. If you look at a bar chart of retail sales over the last six months, they have just been gyrating wildly, you know, it's down it's up it's down again. And so I think it's really hard to take a really significant reading from retail sales. Just because we've seen a lot of payback from that really weak December number and we were kind of waiting for that. So it's hard to take too much of a not from that. I think the good news story on the US economy might be the labor market is still chugging along. You know, we saw some signs of slowdown that seems to have abated at this point. And so I think if you continue to see solid wage gains. If you continue to see really low unemployment an initial jobless claims and unemployment you could see a pretty positive consumer story. Dion this week. There were record low first time claims for unemployment and continuing claims for unemployment benefits were down as well. Yeah. And the four-week trend was at its lowest since I think it was November of nineteen sixty nine which I thought was really interesting wrote about that in the Axial markets newsletter. I actually was really interesting is there was a lot. I got a good deal of blowback from that. With people saying, hey, you know, this metric doesn't really isn't Representative of what's going on in the real economy. You also I put it a story earlier in the week about how the gig economy is distorting some of these numbers, you talk, the Dallas fed actually put out a paper saying that the gig economy has a lot of people who are working gigs or who are between jobs, but who still report themselves as employed, and that's actually sort of reducing not just the number of people who are reported unemployed, but the people who file for these kind of benefits, and that's pushing the the number down below where stoically has been. Yeah. Gina can we get away from the the headline numbers for minute here. And and I'm going to get all anecdotal on you inflation in this economy one. Again, not really a huge issue. According to the headline numbers out this week. But if you go out there gas, I mean, you know, here in California, we we run expensive on gas anyway, but I'm paying four zero nine for a gallon. Yes. Tell me about it. So so the consumers are feeling things that maybe you're not Gina shown up in the numbers. Yeah. I think it's an interesting point. I think one thing that is worth keeping in mind is that those sort of those fuel gauges food and fuel they are nosy. That's why the fed doesn't on of attention to them when it's thinking about monetary policy. But of course, consumers do feel them, which is what you can't ignore them entirely. But I think what what really matters is whether those pump prices you're seeing now whether those are sustained or whether those come down later in the year, and I think we'll have to wait and see how that plays out or I I want to do two things about the Federal Reserve number one. Robert Kaplan, the president of the Dallas fed. So this week, you know, what no matter what growth numbers do in this to me. I don't I don't think the Fed's going to change its stance on interest rates, which is as we know right now to sort of take it easy in and sit for a minute. And then I want to know what you say about that just in terms of the cost of money in this economy. Yeah. It makes sense though. Because I think the real change that was made was the fed really step back and said, you know, what inflation's not going up we don't need to keep raising rates. And if you can keep inflation at bay, which is one half of the feds mandate and unemployment isn't taking out which is the other half. Then there's no reason for them to move forward and make these moves. So I I completely understand what he was saying. All right, fair enough, gene. I'm going to turn to you and ask you the political question about the economy this week the markets and generally speaking everybody who's not a political reporter looked at the Muller report and kind of went. Yeah. You know, the economy strong. We're good would that's probably you at all. You know, I think that that's what a lot of communists were expecting going into the mall. A report I think people just kind of thought that we basically knew what we were going to know and markets just weren't anticipating a lot of news out of that. And I don't think that they saw anything that's prize them in a significant way was still making money. Right. The on. So so Soviet, right. So v and you look at what's the worst possible outcome, which is Trump gets impeach which is highly unlikely then you've got president Pence and he's good for the markets too. So I don't really know if there was a lot to take from this the bone at actually and Gina smiling soon to be of the New York Times. Thanks you too. Thank you have a nice weekend. On Wall Street today. Things are actually pretty quiet March closed for Good Friday.

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"six seven months" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"And you're on top of the world, and, you know, six seven months down the road. Everything's falling apart. Yeah. And I had that happened in my life two or three times where I felt like the most powerful productive person on the planet. And then next thing, I know I don't have a place to live. I don't have a job and I'm moving back home. And that's where where mom, you know, kind of stepped in and said, hey, you know, what's going on? You gotta find some direction for your life in during that time. I decided to enlist in the military figured I needed a job. I needed some training. I thought it was maybe a chance to see the world. They offered me a linguist, you know, job or it could learn a foreign language and that sounded like a pretty good deal. Went to basic training, and San Antonio made it through that went to Monterey and was doing great in my classes, and then started drinking again. Right. So you were off the meth during that period of time. I was imagine. Yes. Yeah. Still still drinking though or g cut everything out for a period of time. You know during basic training. There wasn't any drinking or smoking or anything like that. But once we got on base there in Monterey. It was almost like a college dorm setting right in everybody was away from home. Everybody was kind of looking to click up socially, and drinking is is very prevalent in the military. Yeah. So you pick it back up. And then what happens next for me? It was I would call them small things, you know, things like having too many beers in my barracks that was a an infraction. Junkin disorderly with Some Marines that was an infraction breaking curfew to spend the night in my girlfriend's barracks. It was in the army at the time that was an infraction and all these little things kind of added up to an early discharge, but along the way are those sort of like points in the social camaraderie with the dudes at your hanging out with like right on dude. No, or I don't think trouble. But it was like, oh, man. You you tore it up last night. Maybe. But I mean, that's that's all false. I mean, that's that's not real. I like people. Hey, you, you know, you party harder than anybody else did last night. And then what do you have to show for it? Right. You know, embarrassing story discharged from the military hangovers. I mean, what's the best part about sobriety? Never waking up with damn headache. Get one of the many great things. All right. So you get discharged. What year was that? That was ninety nine hundred ninety five. Move back home for awhile started working again, you know, you know, I have lots of stories of of starting over and trying to pick myself up from the boot straps went to work in some restaurants for a while. But then once I started getting back on my feet and starting to do. All right, then the drinking started again, and I wasn't in the military anymore. So I didn't have to worry about drug tests. You know, I started using again down myself in Hollywood with these big visions of becoming a rockstar. You know, I love to play guitar. And I think you know, all of these big visions of grandeur were were. Like, I didn't really know what direction I wanted to take in my life. So I set these big huge goals. So it really didn't matter if I made it or failed at least I at least I tried to be a rock star. But I think that at the same time they were also aligning myself with what I really wanted to to drink and to us, right and avoid responsibility. Right. Because if you're a rockstar, then you can do whatever you want and everyone cosigns it, right? I mean, the whole sex drugs and rock and roll. I mean, it it just seemed like the lifestyle, and I was already leading that lifestyle, except, you know, I wasn't a musician yet, right? Did you have a ban? I mean, were you guys plan out or rehearsing at all we had one band?.

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"six seven months" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Double Toasted

"And now, it's just like, look you're gonna give her the kind of weight and writing that like George Martin stories have like honestly, legitimizes it in a way that I was like, you know, we all love game of thrones, dude. No one's debating that. But the problem was any prequel without like, a source material draw from is a tricky proposition. Right. You know, so that was one of those things that I was a little bit worried about banal me. Watts kinda makes me feel good, man. I mean, she's a great actress, how do you feel it? No. I feel good. You know, the thing is that I'm concerned not so much in the -sarily with her. But it's it's crazy knowing even what six seven months from now when game of thrones over, you know, what's going to replace it. And of course, everyone. I mean, this prequel is going to have a lot of pressure. You know and can live up to the original. But but more importantly, I hope game thrones never becomes in this in this cannibalize state where it's like, oh, yeah. It's game of thrones. I it just something that was like a one off thing. But then they continue milking the franchise, right? You know, when we think back about like, breaking bad better, call Saul was a great contrast and complement to that, you know, and I hope this prequel series does. Well, and I hope it's stays on for a long time. But I hope after this prequel, we don't get another third spin off, you know. But I guess we'll see we'll have to see how this show does. But with Naomi being cast as a main when the main cast members, I'm excited. So we'll have to look out and see how the success of game of thrones will continue doing on. I will just add though that you you said better call Sahlins a really good example better call Saul isn't like. You know, it isn't like, oh, look all the breaking bed puzzle pieces fit. They ensure you get those moments where it's at its best and all its emotional core is stuff that's removed from breaking that. Right. So it's just like if they can take the lessons that better call Saul has done with, you know, being a prequel show to a juggernaut legendary show talking about being good. I just don't want them to be doing things where they have a line. And they look at the camera like weighing like John snow reference rate thousand years from now, that's the only thing I'm trying to avoid other than that, dude. Like, I'm very very excited. No, you're right. And let's go ahead. And I gotta get this man's opinion. Ruthless wonder over here says I'm honestly interested considering apparently they adapted everything from Martin's actual material, and it is so far back that they don't have to worry too much about continuity. So yeah. So very good point of ruthless and hold on. Let me go ahead and find the next story here. So when the popular. Thing since we know Henry Cavill is not superman anymore. We've have a first look of him as Gerald from the Witcher series. So let's go ahead and play that quick little trailer, teaser, whatever you wanna call it. And then we'll be right back..

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"six seven months" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

"Times of Catholic Amana, fuel exhausted. I feel like this last week spin. Among I said this. I said this today, Alex looks good. Hey, Frank get ready to be offer about six seven months, do it's, it's not bad. Alex, I lost three months. You're gonna lose your fucking Alex. Good. I do look. I. I looked great. Fucking narcissist. I don't race the one that said it I, I didn't just Sam looking good. He's here. He's wear shirt and a tie. His but looks real fitne- those pants suiting it. What is it that human beings figured out about a suit that makes a man look good. You just let professional. I look like suits are made to look good on me. Okay. That's okay. Okay. Downright that put my fucking. Greatness sue. No, you don't not until non till you went to my Taylor. Did you not? Yes, yes. Up off the rack unformed fitting suits. I've ever airbag tire life until you saw IRA suits. Mom. Those suits from coals for his junior year dance. All right. Nearly Malone your mom need again tailored for crawl sakes? I this suit when it comes to jobs, I think is going to be two for two in job offers that other one was like low forties, thirty percents. It's an is on suit. It's been tossed on the back of my per couple of months. It's just the piece of shit on never wear to get sued as more fucking useless than Eli manning trying to scramble for a first down. Looks are important. You got to spend was for me to get close when I was growing, probably different. I used to get all of my suits in everything. Unhemmed. Really what is so the bottom of the pan with me, man, I'd have meant all the bottoms of the pants head. You see how your pants are colleagues, basically, straggling materials, all that was taken out so they they were still too short. You don't even some like kind of cough them? No, I would get my pants unhemmed when they're on the rack or whatever. They all even on hand because they don't. Generally human beings get suits tailored. Yeah. This is news to you, so I'll break it. I know. I know. But yeah, I mean, it's just like an extra six inches of material because you don't know like how short, how tall little wiggle room generally minds about an extra terminology. An extra eight inch found a little flaw with Alex. Right now. He's wearing black socks with blue pants. With black black socks and blue pants? Dylan. The working blue is a bad thing. I don't like you my. Literally every bidder. Shirts blue, my pants blue, Alex literally wears fifty shades of blue. We know this is just Alec is eight hundred. For washing, read the clash. He wears a dark red shirt with. He's he's right. He's right. Yes. So, yeah, last feel pretty good. I had like ten Instagram models at followed me. I found the back. I think they all unfiled me by the end of the week they wanted to follow. I actually did message one. Like, what did I do. Nothing. I must have done it by accident. And as I think as ugly yourself now not at all. And then I, I imagine something else I tried to hit on her or something, and then a day later followed again. I think all the girls that listen to this show which is probably like fifteen percent of our listeners. I think we actually have a decent good following of of women out to those women. You guys should. If you guys want to follow, you should follow Dorset or Alex. They will follow..

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The Carnival Of Business Growth Strategies - Featuring Guest Tiffani Bova

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

05:58 min | 3 years ago

The Carnival Of Business Growth Strategies - Featuring Guest Tiffani Bova

"To amazing business radio with bestselling author and customer service and business experts ship Pikine Chappel talk with some of the smartest thinkers and business to help make you more successful in your professional and personal life. This is amazing business radio with chef, hiking. Hello, everybody Shep hike in here. Another episode of amazing business radio. In this time we have an amazing guest. I always say that, but this time I mean it. She's truly amazing Hernandez, Tiffany Bova, and she is not only a great person. She's a an a mate outlet her tell you what she does it Salesforce, but really her book growth IQ which comes out August fourteenth available everywhere you'd think it would be available. It is an outstanding book and it's so much more than just customer service, inexperienced, but let's get Tiffany on here. Let's let's talk about what she does and I could tell you, is that when you look back at her bio, her bio is, I don't know like a three and a half pages want well, not really three and a half paragraphs long, but it's filled with well, I could go on and on, but that would just be reading it. So Tiffany, welcome to amazing business radio. I tell us who you are and then let's talk about your new book growth. IQ gay. Get smarter about the choices that will make or break your business, loved the title. And by the way, Tiffany before you start talking? Not only do I love the title. I love the book because as I looked through the aesthetic appeal of the book and it's a nice regular hard bound book looking at it from the outside, but there's some really cool find sin images and cartoon kind of things that you have in there. It's just a great book. So welcome to amazing business radio. Well, thank you for having me to this amazing show. Well, we're gonna friend, we'll thank you. Thank you. Last time I saw you, we're talking about your new book. It was in New York City right expense ago, and I think you have left to go talk to your agent about things. And here we are six, seven months later, the books getting ready to come out just around the corner here and gosh, am I excited so quickly? Dons some background on who Tiffany is in your Gartner experience and your Salesforce experience and lots of great things. Oh, yeah, here's I always like to just frame it up this way. So first thing I'd say is everything I learned about business aren't. It's carnival which that's a whole conversation. Carnival second. Yup. The carnival the the second thing I say is I call myself a recovering seller because I used to be a quote of burying sales reps or the individual, and then managing teams, and then larger teams and bigger teams, and then eventually managing marketing as well and customer service and call centers. And I did that for about twelve or thirteen years. And then I spent a decade at Gartner as an analyst and research fellow covering the transformation of sales and as well, the impact of customer experience in the way companies to grow and go to market and how and where they use partnerships and third party channels to to take their products to market. So that was a an amazing decade of just getting my hands journey and learning a ton around just the mechanics of big company and small companies try. To grow. And now I've been with Salesforce for a little shy, three years two and a half, and knowing the global growth and innovation evangelist here, and I get the amazing opportunity to travel around the world talking to our customers as well as on customers about what what they see in the market and how they're really trying to use technology to be much more engaging with with ultimate their existing base as well as net new customers. I love the word evangelist because I know one of your counterparts over there. You know the the evangelist follow after who's good friend of ours. So anyway, cool. Title, global growth and innovation evangelists. Are I wanna go back to the carnival. Tell me about the carnival. I knew that we'd get you. I knew that would get you. So I, I would say this I was born and raised in Hawaii, which is also kind of random. But we, we had this sort of roaming carnival that we go around the islands to raise money for schools or it was like a fifty state fair. And you know, it happened maybe a dozen or eighteen times throughout the year, and it had been going on third generation from the early nineteen hundreds. And then I started working with the family. They were kinda like my second family, their daughter was my best friend, and so I started working in high school for them in the outdoor games at carnival. So like you know the darts to hit the balloons to win the black light posters or the rings on the Pepsi bottles, or you know everything around winning teddy bears and all that kind of stuff. Aren't you gotta tell on any further? They rigged. Well, no. Okay. So you were in an honest carnival.

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"six seven months" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Other. Bobby bone show. So about six, seven months ago, Amy's kids that she had been five years in the process of adopting, finally come to America and they move in with you and they don't know any English, right? Yeah. No little words like and. And so you have to put them in a school where it's other kids who don't do English as a second language school. ESL. Yeah. So you thought that maybe they had learned enough English. Man. I just feel like they're doing so good. Yeah, was like, let's do this. These kids are ready for real life here in America to be immersed amongst other kids that have been speaking English since birth. They're not ready for that. So you take them in what happens when they had to take? They were evaluated and took tests and just to see if we were ready for this type of environment. And we were called in for a special parent meeting that seemed abnormal because Eddie's kids go to the school and I asked him if he had to have this meeting and I was like, no, I don't know. One of the is a guy I didn't have that. I'm like, oh, well, maybe they want to go over things like a extra tutoring, maybe scored so high. They were okay. Let's just bump them up couple of days. You know how good the score was going to be because memorized, and I tell you how when my daughter came home from that test, she was like, so excited that she did great. And then she informed me that she she was so happy. She's like, I guessed every single answer. Agree, hopefully. Yes, right. But I think she just didn't understand the question. So she felt like she had to guess if we could talk through the questions with her, I think she would have on them, right? She's smart, but they sat down and basically said that they wouldn't be fair. They want us at the school, but it wouldn't be fair for them to take them at this point and they wanna come alongside us and support us. Try to figure out the best way to get them quit. But right now, the number one focus should be there their English. So, yeah, they're like, we can't accept y'all's application at was time. So what's the deal. Now, where do you go now? Well, so we emailed back the special ESL school because we originally like pay. I guess we're probably not gonna be in that program. And then my husband's off Email like, hey, looks like we're going to have to be coming back if that's cool, so like, okay, we'll get the kids registered, so we'll just continue down that road. But then I think take extra extra steps on the side to ensure that the English is really coming along. Whoa, said to hear that. I know because I mean, I didn't think we wouldn't get accepted. We'd already liked told our daughter all about the school mean she's she gets so instead of being like, hey, you didn't get in. I think we're just gonna be like, you know what? We're gonna wait a year, our choice. Watch these videos on page six dot com. And what they do is when celebrities walk out of their house, they have a video them and they tell you how much all their clothes cost I have. No, actually, that's pretty cool. Yeah. And I was making Eddie watching yesterday, Joe. I loved it. Yeah, it's oddly fun to see how expensive their stuff is. They're just wearing Chilin. Walking on Taylor. Swift leaves are placed right with the New York City sidewalk in an edgy outfit worth more than three thousand four hundred dollars. The singer who's currently on the.

"six seven months" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Show podcast we welcome you to other day in atlanta day to sec media days and what an eventful day it has already been as many of you have been watching and listening all day long about what we are doing here so many big coaches and quite a few yet to come later in the program we will hear right here from dan mullen native you heard him earlier in this hour at the stage shed will drop is well greg mcelroy jordan rogers are here i've been here lol thanks so much for listening dan mullen takeaways from what he had to say jordan he seemed to me because i was there in the spring seemed a little more confident i think in the group that he has that's expected right there in spring you don't know what you have you got a group of team or a team that's a little shell shocked and underachieve last year and some put in before they were ready so trying to put some bandaids on fire hydrants as much as possible he seems like things are settling down i liked the situation like the pieces they have in place and if he's confident and it his players are going to be confident that should trickle down the ladder you look at their personnel really on both sides of the football offense and defensively although they've underachieved significantly on the side of the football for the last decade he's still look at him though and they're like they got some peace it got they have a pretty good running back corps between melik davis and scarlett and la michael p ryan who i think is very underrated you look at their wide receivers also okay i like cleveland over there trevan grimes guy from from ohio state six five then you go to the phone with they're all back then go the deep it's aside and we'll four is always good on defense so you're starting to think it's like okay that's the wheel start to spin maybe this team is a dark horse in the sec so much attention being paid to georgia and i understand that rightfully so i think they are way for the wrong in their development and recovery to becoming a national championship in national championship contender annually than florida is but man what it's not all is not lost their in gainesville like it felt like it was about six seven months ago and how much did we maybe look at the suspensions last year and couple of close calls and then the implosion and let that help formulate our perception of this program because it does seem different under dan mullen yeah and when you play a game like they did in the first game of the year against michigan and you have an offense that's kind of searching for their identity in the first game and you play a defense of that quality and then all of a sudden you're back to the draw board after week one in your own one and all of a sudden the negativity and the boo birds start so i don't don't think they could ever really stop what was going on last year it was a snowball effect in the worst way the negativity was overwhelming so it feels so optimistic right now when looking at the florida program it feels like it's trending in the right direction the covered is not bear that's been well documented but i just think that dan mullins enthusiasm and excitement and the fans excitement it's really starting to trickle over now to allow us to see it as outside looking at observers yeah damon's a guy that i would wanna play for but also on the other side all grant them as a coach that's going to maximize this defense i hated going against him in in games when faced in you can't prep for what he's gonna do any put the talented florida has on defense that's a marriage that i love to see again i said it earlier as we were talking about florida i believe the.

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"six seven months" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Get over it because seasons going you know it's going to be here again six seven months yeah you lots opportunities yeah because like turkeys them they're so hard to tell apart do you don't have that burned image right like do something distinguish like the antlers right they burn your mind man you know the giant mule deer with a bunch of extras and like fifteen points on one side and thirty points on the other side yeah you might never get over missing it's hard sage was them i think couple of thoughts burst off don't hang your head is it happens to everybody and once you've racked up a set of experiences that includes cleanness versus an animal that gets away that you know you hit it was are the ones with me a lot more there are times i've missed something cleanly and you once you've been through enough of those experiences you're like well at least i missed him lean ly you know the one that got away got away on touch and if you thinks this experience with that turkey hurt wait till he experienced something where he doesn't recover an animal he knows then you gotta live with that yeah and i think there's there's nothing i've experienced that's more seoul rendering you know to the point that like what am i even doing out here sometimes it's blois you can feel i've felt like there's i walked walked of the woods feeling like i'm done with this so that's so bird got away hopefully the birds fine he's shooting a full choke chances are close range of the full choke to turkey's dead or the turkeys untouched doesn't mention that he sees feathers flannery anything like that so take solace in the fact that that tom is out there hunt another day there's one one piece of it i wonder if it walked past them off the roof without him calling i want to give them a piece of practical vice i guarantee he sailed over the top of its head yeah because he's aiming head not it's wobbles aid to rub salt in this wound but i was thinking about this saturday i've never missed a turkey i yeah you were with me i've never missed one i had one fly off thank you rolled him and he got up and flew and you got up and pitched off a mountainside and was gone is gone i mean there wasn't you couldn't even have envisioned going over to have a look he was just that felt bad and you find a little things and then you wanted to wedge in their thinking about this and never got chance to wedge no great to be here was really good guy like the conversations you guys are having a good to be involved it's good to see everybody coming out for these things and there's nothing you're like man i wish he would have no no i'm sated i feel like i've spoken my piece hanging ads or anything nice the hanging chad reference good there's nothing out there just like totally like vegans drink milk breast milk no no i was my ten seconds because i know we're short on time just to remind everybody that we're going to set up some space to do some book signing and we're going to have a couple of lines and the awesome help here at the improv is going to help you guys make nice line for do some book signing and pictures of works at the improv has been great.

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"six seven months" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Sing from and he tried to practicing singing it over the weekend and the words got stuck his throat there was the metaphor he used in the letter not one of his better ones no indeed and so it it it strikes me that it clearly had he genuinely been moved by marlin political conviction he would resign before and this was is reeks of naked political calculation and a kind of political cowardice that i think only helps the prime minister she is in a pretty rookie position let's not forget she's not only lost two key ministers around her cabinet table she has lost over the last six seven months around a third of her cabinet through various resignations she has got a very large collection of mp's in her party who all lowering that they are going to kill off her brexit plan now the thing that she has going for her is at the moment they want to kill her plan they don't want to kill off her leadership but they feel that this arrangement that she came up with on friday which includes this phrase of a common rule book with the european union which everyone knows this rule book is going to be written by the e u is not going to be written by the uk and that is absolute anathema to many of those who campaign for brexit we've had a couple more resignations from the conservative party vice chairman people like ben bradlee a very talented young conservative m p who was there to try to goner some support amongst younger voters this hemorrhaging of support from her government does underline a weakness and she's still got to get this plan through the house of commons where she could be defeated which would be another crisis and of course she's going to persuade the rest of the european union to buy it and the signals we're getting so far is that they feel that that is exactly the sort of pick and mix approach they're not going to buy but just to follow that up carol just quickly is it not possible that the and you're right he's not the first resignations and they almost certainly won't be the last but theresa may might at that this point being that kind of slightly giddy liberated past carry mode where you just think well the hell with them then i mean i don't imagine that she's going to be sort of grieving for the loss of davis and johnson might she now just be thinking whatever she will undoubtedly have looked round the cabinet table when they had their for the first meeting of her new lineup this morning on thought well at least those two troublemakers david davis and boris johnson to contend with apparently every time boris johnson opened his mouth usually to object to something she'd suggested theresa may would turn on her icy stare so undoubtedly there will be some relief in downing street that she doesn't have to contend with them in government but the question now is what are people like david davis and boris johnson going to do outside government people like steve baker not particularly well known but he was david davis is number two in the brexit department he's a very influential figure at westminster and she has now gone a large body of her own party who are prepared to vote against her plan and if as they suggest the labor party also against it then she could be defeated and if that were to happen then that would be another very very serious crisis yet another one for her government i mean it's quite striking here that a lot of people have been saying where's the opposition why isn't labor speaking up but i actually think jeremy corporates being quite shrewd to keep quiet and just let napoleonic dictum of dunkin drop your enemy wall he's making a mistake exactly right leading the turmoil of the conservative party be the main event that occupies the headlines and he'd only diminish that by speaking out okay well let's move along slightly because ziff theresa may didn't have enough to look forward to us president donald trump is also due to arrive in the uk later this week she will already have had the opportunity to manage his expectations about the warmth of the welcome he can expect from the british public both leaders due to attend a nato summit in brussels starting tomorrow trump is not a fan of nato his pre imb occasion tweets have reprised he's now familiar wine that the united states contributes to much to the alliance and other members too little jeffrey this is one of those.

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"six seven months" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"Fall where i didn't really start getting this stuff to click until eleven days ten eleven days at a training camp in the fall when i felt like i was planning to the high level so you know this was a monk processes six seven month process of really figuring out how to run this stuff in there's a lot of people that get frustrated in the back of teaching it or you notice certain things back like it after a long time and it was never that way with with with with at all and i feel like that the patients that he had to to work you all the problems and things that were going on out even off the field you know on the field where the running this rambling not throwing the ball not seen it no i appreciate the patients and it was easy for me to be able to communicate with somebody who was i guess more my style i came from coach sharon's coaching staff the year before where everybody was was a lot older in in the rest of the people came in i was alive younger a better by a lot more energy in related wealth the guy's not cutie room i felt like we all know that out that which was which was full when you can talk about going out the night before with your quarterback coach should not have to worry about now somebody not being able to relate blair same question to you i mean i've watched you through the years i mean develop you know as a coach as well having played the position at a very high level yourself but how different looks from when you had case keenum at houston to johnny dean am to a patrick mahomes at texas tech amid all looks a little bit different in obviously as your agent it's my job to be aware of of some of those unique things you do but you really played to those guys differently so tell us a little bit about how you determine what it's gonna look like based on the talents of your of your quarterback because it starts an end to that position.

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"six seven months" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"It's like you never experienced you from the other side it's not very profound way of saying that but it's like you know my my world view that i'm seeing is not even closely related to like yours or yours so everybody has a different version of daniel in their head and so it's like you always got put out the best version of yourself dude it's really it's been shocking to me like going back up started to listen to stand up i was doing like six seven months ago and like not even recognizing just being like i don't know what the fuck was going on in my head like i don't recognize that person even know and it's not because like i'm not that much different it's just because like the material that i was doing then i don't recognize it like i don't remember it very well you know and so it's like you change a lot as a person as you goal as such a stupid point talk to podcast stopped making we'd joke there's better trunks man we wanna do advice show now yeah yeah vice show my dad's girlfriend watch me while i slept last night i woke up randomly at about four am in the morning barely opened my eyes because i'm beyond exhausted of course and i see my dad's girlfriend standing white there i moved a little bit and she bolted out of my room i know it wasn't a dream or something because the night beforehand i'd fallen asleep with my headphones in and my phone not plugged in after she had left i plugged in my phone put my headphones away in the morning it was exactly as i had done wow i personally don't know what to do but i'm creeped out i don't know if she's done this before or not i thought about telling my dad about the last time i told him that she is being rude to me he flipped out on me is there any way i could sorry is there any way i could word it maybe that would get the point across to him or should i confront her about it i'm just so weirded out and i feel like my privacy was invaded i don't know if it's overreacting either since we're both girls but it just gave me a weird feeling in my stomach thank you for any advice on what you what to do i would say lock your door that's pretty dumb ass put a chair behind the door knob you know that says like south kirk in neon erfurt the podcast okay no it is somebody can walk into a room locker bugging door point anyway i am one of those guys where i can't like even on my wife i can't really like i can't take a shit like anywhere like the doors got be blocked for a long time i had to turn the water on when i was taking shit and embarrass yeah it's just like i don't know why i know people that can just for in front of people and it's no big deal and for me it's still kind of like as long comfortable actually i had a dude at work one time farted and he said bless you after warded he's not gonna drive but no it didn't it all my mouth and move at all so there's no way he could have confused it for a sneeze he just thought it would be instead of letting it fly and i will say the same person farted in front of me today and i said nutley show i should've blessed i should go oh bless your heart inches phantom a little bit cold going around so my point is this usually catch your mother stepmother farting and say bless you in front of her and she'll she won't come into your room anymore or just go in there and watch your mom or your step mom and.

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"six seven months" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"When you subscribe sometimes on shows like this you'll hear from the star of new movie before their movie even has a chance to get big before everyone you know starts talking about it before it starts winning awards and that was the case a little while back on q when leslie men ville british actor opened up about her role in phantom thread you may remember phantom thread dominated a lot of the oscar buzz earlier this year this is a film that takes you into the glamorous world of high society fashion in britain in the fifties and that's where you meet this popular dressmaker played by daniel daylewis in what maybe his last film role depending on what you believe but leslie manville plays his sister who runs the business side of their fashion operation and as you're about to hear part of her preparation for that rule involved a lot of texting that's how she and daniel really got to know each other and if you've seen the film by now you'll know that it worked the two of them have this incredible complex sibling relationship on screen and it's just one of the many things that leslie vandal opened up about when she joined me from studio in new york just as the film was really taking off so there's so much in this film phantom thread so much discussion around for so many reasons what was the attraction for you to this project well i mean listen my career in england is pretty damn good on you when you get a phone call from paul thomas anderson saying what you like to come and do my film with daniel day lewis i mean i'd have to needed my brain taken out in examining and possibly not put back if i made such a stupid decision to say no to that but joking aside i mean that that is easily as the chope came to me it was that simple we'll let's let's dive a little bit into the film and into the process you play sorolla sister daniela lose his character reynolds what wise their relationship so important to the story and phantom thread darren they're an interesting couple i mean they've grown up together they work together they live together they run the qatar house together they eat dinner in a restaurant every night together they have probably seen each other most days of our lives and it's very sort of hermetically sealed relationship i mean yes he has had lovers and muses that have come and gone they usually dispensed with by cyril was one of jobs to get rid of his girlfriend's when he's had enough but it is it is a very codependent relationship but happily so i mean they're they're they're very content they they can very easily happily sit and eat breakfast together in up salute silence and be totally comfortable and happy with that the very different issue of comfort some people it's very i mean really they're like they're like a great married couple except it's not a romantic relationship it's a it's a sibling relationship but it's it's very unusual new don't often see sibling relationships of this kind of depicted in films right you hadn't worked with daniel lewis before can you tell me but when preparation you were doing ahead of production to create this idea of you and daniel beach innings onstream i was asked to do the film about six seven months before it started cheating so over that period daniela i met few times he lives here in new york i live in london but we met a few times we talk but we talked a lot on the phone along we even texted heard what cheeky texts being sent back and forth you know it was just it was just we're both quite funny people who liked good excuse for geico so obviously i was going to be some humor in our tax but i suppose i mean what we were doing was becoming friends as leslie and daniel and then nearer to the time when we were about to shoot you kind of take that ease that we developed with each other and you met for size it into cyril and reynolds and you know it it worked and the rest of it so takes care of itself and and is about you know a certain sort of immersion into a character and and acting but it it it's i think that we we we convey that strange rather touching but nevertheless strange relationship may have i think i think it comes across very well it certainly does phantom thread.

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"six seven months" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

"Will always able to had the chance to disconnect from it for a bit you live with it before was before we actually working on it you doing prep and then we're working on it then editing and test greens so you that really be fully immersed with imagined as a lot way i've got kind of a few months break from it was shooting tags evie tag tag every day that is like six seven months no fuck you animal no experience because you just saw like the other night for the first time altogether how many times have you watched that you think i've been trying to figure that out i mean over over one hundred times more than anyone should ever watch the clockwork orange you know where holds his eyes and that's how i feel about it whenever i watch it with audience they're having a good time i'm like okay this is fun movie but for me i'm like i don't know i have no idea i can't even hear the words where it's like when you repeat the word too many times i don't even understand the meaning anymore this screen and will will and i enjoyed it we even still now for the premiere i'm thinking okay i'm gonna step out every step outflow bit i mean i think it'd be fun to watch people's reactions but watching yourself even if is even if his good is still rough watching yourself i feel the same way and it's not me physically on camera but i feel like the movie it's like it's a weird mirror i never gonna listen to this because i hate hearing my voice but i feel the same way that movie like there's enough of my personality and they're i'm like this is this goes to home do you ever let your actors watched the take after they do it oh yeah for sure you do some directors don't write something aren't.

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Pentagon Releases Report After Niger Ambush Investigation

The Larry Elder Show

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

Pentagon Releases Report After Niger Ambush Investigation

"Six seven months after an ambush that killed four american soldiers in africa a pentagon report says multiple failures were to blame correspondent saga megani reports today from the pentagon reports summary blames a lack of training and preparation plus the military teams move to target a high level islamic state militant inisia without proper approval the responsibility is mine general tom waldhauser the top us commander in africa tells reporters here at the pentagon he's making changes to everything from firepower and vehicles to how the military works in africa we are now far more prudent in our missions the confusing chain of events in nizhny last october ended with waldhauser saying us andy jerry and forces were surprised by dozens of enemy fighters in a brutal assault that lasted more than an hour saga megani at the pentagon news and analysis at townhall dot com i'm keith peters.

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"six seven months" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

5 live Boxing with Costello

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

"I'm blue rematch about six seven months later in less vegas at the mandalay by hocine recommends there he's not taking it seriously but guess what lennox lewis is downtown in a sweat and dungeon absolute qazi of jim taking it very seriously and then he knocks him out that's the kind of rematches i life says and your favorite rematch ahead of next podcast on thursday after the final press conference featuring david hay and tony bellio and talk of lennox lewis dave brings us neatly to anthony joshua against the wall the because we've lamented for twenty five years or more of the fact that we never got to see lennox lewis against riddick bowe will the same fate before while the anthony joshua while the making this offer of fifty million dollars anthony joshua and his promoter eddie hearn saying that they want to see it and they want to talk about it in more detail but there is a sign that eighty hundred is ready to make an improved offer on his twelve and a half million dollars to the taiwa sometime soon and eighty hundred still convinced it happens and it happens next it's really all because of i've i've i've not i've not believe this fight is any closer to be made now than it will six months or a year agreement with that fifty million dollar offer which sounds fantastic it sounds absolutely brilliant but my gut feeling is mike that if the on t wild afoot anthony joshua for eighty her at the any arena in the uk he'd end up with the same amount of money and if he were to summit would mag what's happening to end up fighting tyson fury later this year didn't up we more money that's my that's my personal failure i understand what eddie hearn saying i want more details and the the american advisors various american advisors around around wallace details off fifty million that any her and says i want more details and the people around walter saying well you know what they say that details in the fifty minutes to call this being the fifty million that makes a that makes a two word contract fifty million i mean it it doesn't work it doesn't work so there's some serious shenanigans going on here.

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"six seven months" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Well i think it matter and in earthly use news talk about games there are so many different directions that you can go a little when you talk about meaning you talk about imports and i'm not one who will ever allow and you wanted to tell you the voting is meaningless because just because it's meaningless to christian mccaffrey for leonard fournet does it make it meaningless to you know a less guard that starting his last football game and doesn't have a chance to play in the nfl there's been a good college players if they're looking for for a lot of people and just because it's a kind of a weird crazy deal for one guy doesn't apply to everyone else i think but it's all from football team you wanna keep some momentum going into the offseason for the guys who are returning but how much momentum is there really six seven months from now or even three months from now when you take the football field for spring ball whose thinking about the peaceful or definitely you get back out there in august you've got a whole new cripple freshman rolling in nobody stay in all you guys see me catch six balls four hundred eighty yards and two touchdowns in expo until i'm going to start that's not a real thing so every every team is different every season is new every team has its own identity but this is a way first off there's no offering fan in the world they should sit back and not think that this was a successful season maybe georgia alabama in the regular season that's about as good as it gets for an alban's saying i know the s p supreme was a little bit disappointing but that was a successful season this is a way to cap it off to get another win against an opponent undefeated and to be able to be three hundred feet of teams in one doesn't happen very often so what i like about this offer team his leadership guys like austin golson brain incident if you can casey done the transferred over from jacksonville state means a lot to those guys and there are a lot of guys on the super bowl team that want to go out with a bang that he's had a long how here spain governor true for georgia had a great year finished the year really strong for the sovereignty and some guys that.

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"six seven months" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"An air erkki used he's talk about boll games there are so many different directions that you can go a little when you talk about meaning you talk about imports and i'm not one who will ever allowing you wonder faded a bolton's meaningless because just because it's meaningless to christian mccaffrey for leonard fournet does it make it meaningless to you know aleph guard that starting his last football game and doesn't have a chance to play in the nfl was doing a good college players if they're looking for for a lot of people and just because it's a kind of a weird crazy deal for one guy doesn't apply to everyone else i think for this all from football team you wanna keep some momentum going into the offseason for the guys who are returning but how much momentum is there really six seven months from now or even three months from now when you take the football field for spring ball whose pick it up a peaceful or definitely you get back out there in august you've got a whole new cripple freshman rolling in nobody stay in all you guys see me catch six balls for hundred eighty yards and two touchdowns in that oh i know i'm going to start that's not a real thing so every every team is different every season is new every team has its own identity but this is a way first off there's no offering fan in the world they should sit back and not think that this was a successful season maybe georgia alabama in the regular season that's about as good as it gets for an alban's fan i know the s p supreme was a little bit disappointing but that was a successful season this is a way to cap it off to get another win against an opponent undefeated in to be able to be three hundred feet of teams and wants to happen very often so what i like about this offer team is leadership guys like austin golson brain incident of you can casey done the transferred over from jacksonville state football means a lot to those guys and there are a lot of guys on the super bowl team that want to go out with a bang trade matthews had a long how here spain governor true for georgia had a great year finished the year really strong for the sovereignty and some guys that.

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"six seven months" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Whether or not we get any kind of tax reform and whether or not they can really shore up the debt ceiling limit we're under a temporary order right now that's going to last us probably between january and february next year when you to clean up some of these things your head of us trading at cibc you are overseeing the actual day uh volumes i'd love to get your take on the ceiling in the activity is this the sort of humdrum slow moving kinds of dis where people just sort of uh basically a doing basic uh maintenance on their funds or are you getting investors from overseas that really have conviction on treasuries one way or another nor uttering co uh promo code standpoint overseas investors uh particularly out of asia are butter solar they've been a long for quite a period of time would i've been butter cellars a from level i think overall what happened is if you look at the dynamic of what happened to the markets since november um you reported on it several times the market price than something coming out of the election which certain expectations coming out of this administration and they haven't been able to deliver on any of them for various reasons and if you look at a chart basically what we did last week as we retraced all about softer can we have a long have of the market and that's despite the fed tightening a couple of times so um to me what's happened is people been position for higher rates for quite a long period of time things have been moving against them from the inflationary front in other words inflations been coming in below trend for six seven months now the feds identifying the fact that those are some structural change that they had seen before and you start to see a little bit of an adjustment as far as expectations in the long run for yields in other words they're not going to back up the significant us people have predicted earlier in the year may what do you think the next big move is a high yields going higher or lower walked to be honest with you i still think the reality is that.

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"six seven months" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Once a week from four six are they shed showing up once a week eventually won they want a sharp treat at which you are you going to the gym right i go to the game me but i i about the bob de do you think maybe i was wondering 'cause i had a i don't know six seven months of the most working i've ever done in my life dan that ended and i in that it kinda at one through a period thereafter that so may be gain waiting so maybe uh i should join a class and get over overwhelming normally verve yourself out with who look that time you wanna try if else not the same it's not the same anyway listen man july was a fucking interesting month happy a lot of people on vacation whatnot ballistic we had a great month was always thank you has from the bottom my fat will hurt me and we thank you for listening if a brief more france but before going to talk to you by some two may be looking maybe not all know what the situation is in your life all i'm telling you right now is you want like i said little stuff become big steps lift notes that the drivers or keep the move so they do everything they can to make sure that drivers a happy on every trip it's a simple former happy drivers may not be passengers maybe that's why nine out of ten lift brides get a perfect.

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"six seven months" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"six seven months" Discussed on Mixergy

"I know it was it was just i put myself out there where i had my daughter stella who's now almost four and august she was swallowed that tells you uh she was born in august of of 2013 so we would i knew i was gonna be a dad and uh he i just got married the end of twenty twelve so so i why finn i realize how supporter she was the time of course of gotta do this you've got a lot to do it out and her answer was very reasonable also get to do what you gotta do but as long as you're not unemployed when the baby cops right and in unemployed can have a broad definition but i took it as of got a draw some gone nominal salary asks once we had that young at a working of the company four in a six seven months but once we have the first round of funding three of us were pay ourselves the nominal salary as i was unemployed install i was born uh and so that was that was one of the reasons i felt really adults dressed in june or the word for it you know i i just you don't wanna be a guide of power with the powerpoint sitting in a coffee shop that's not a company ride that's just a not when you have your child it really put a lot of pressure on you to finally like a finally but to get things right so that you can see you know where you are in the world you feel that at all i absolutely it's definitely a lot of it is is selfidentity snatchers in attached the money's it's also like mi wasting my time right again you know i started company later my career having just come off of that successful exit where i was a part of the management team psychological thing to do would have been to try to go somewhere like a who'd sweeter become big accompanied but he and an be sem all the bigger company but that just wasn't that stopped what what at the time i used to have a new baby as you have a new company that demands insane amount of time they both do.

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