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What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?
"If you've been doing intermittent fasting for awhile. I think at the bare bones. Basics you wanna make sure that you've got asleep. The stress management that nutrition piece style then and then on top of that. I always encourage women to switch up their fasting regimen. So if you've been doing a sixteenth eight sixteen hours facet with an eight hour feeding window for years and years and years. Guess what your body gets acclimated. That's why it's important for us to not eat the same foods everyday to not exercise the same way every day. That's why it's critically important to change your fasting patterns Day to day week to week monkey month and so the first thing that you can do is integrate doing twenty four massive already in gotten through adaptation. You know your your body is fueled on fats as a fuel source As opposed to carbohydrates. You feel good I would incorporate at one twenty four hour fast a week and it's not nearly as hard as people anticipate it will be or if you've been doing six zero fast go to twenty hours faster doing an eighteen hour faust go to a twenty two hour vast That's number one. See one of vary fasting windows and feeding windows number two. I always think about the fact that there are ways to integrate herbs and supplements into your diet that can help boost the benefits of a tafkaji. Which is one of those key benefits where were scavenged disease disordered cells and I i think it can be hugely beneficial to consider supplements like bergreen and it doesn't have to be on a daily basis. Maybe you cut a big dinner. You've you've overindulged Burbank can help with insulin sensitivity. We know that it can when taken on during fasting episode again help boost some key nutrients in our body that require some support whilst ousting in other surgeons and mt k. and things like that I also think about just the ability to consume polyphenol rich of foods so green tea. Black tea coffee. We know they boost fat. Oxidation and oxidation means boosting using fat as a fuel source as well as the polyphenyls are really helpful helpful. Megan also potentially the benefits of being a tafkaji. When you're
Clay Clark on the Bill Gates Patent Number and Its Relevance to COVID-19
"Folks talking to clay clark. He is the person who organized the reawaken america tour. Clay you sharing some stuff. You talk fast. I want my audience to get what you're saying because this is it's a lot for people to take in. There's there's a real learning curve on this stuff and it's it's it's tough to hear some of what you're saying so tell us about the If it's important about the cryptocurrency. Because i don't get that kept ownership will get this. Okay so the word corona mathematically is six six six. Okay numerically fan. You said that might be. What's the was these statistical probability of that. I don't know the you look up. The bill gates patent w zero two zero two zero zero six zero six zero six. Just type it into google or duck duck. Oh and it is a human body activity associated. Abstract says human body activity associated with the task provided to a human user may be used in a mining process of cryptocurrency. A server may provide a task to the device of a human user which is communicated ably coupled to a server a sensor communicating coupled or to compromised in the comprised in the device of the user may sense body activity of the user. Now gets fun. body activity. data may be generated based on the body activity. User the crypto currency system communicate ably coupled to the device of the human user may verify if the body activity satisfies wonder more conditions set by the crypto currency awards cryptocurrency. Thus make it pop making it possible for no man to buy or sell unless they had what you just said that i mean we can forget about the corona and the six six. What you just said is frightening.
World Leaders Can't Agree on How to Handle Today's Russia
"Thirty two countries more than five thousand troops land sea and air yesterday. The annual joint military exercises in the black sea known as seabreeze began. This year's are the broadest yet. it's been going. Since nineteen ninety-seven coordinating american forces with those of regional. Nato allies bulgaria romania and turkey in see also bordered by russia and ukraine. The exercises come a busy time both militarily and diplomatically tensions have escalated between russia and the united kingdom on the seas off the coast of crimea. Line if you don't look i'll give me hora. We kiss up six zero. We will continue to in last week. Russian and british forces crossed paths in the sea and the details are disputed. The encounter clearly rattled nerves yesterday. Russia's president vladimir putin met virtually with his chinese counterpart xi jinping just twelve days. After mr putin met with president joe biden. Germany and france have also expressed interest in an e. u. summit with mr putin and uncertain rebalancing appears to be going on here strategic split between keeping dialogue with mr putin open and keeping him at arm's length. I think we've lived for a long time. In the era where western politicians has in a way been on a different wavelength when it comes to hard power or cauda. Ostrovsky is economists russia editor. Last week we had a british warship. Hms defender challenge russia's claim to the voices off the crimean peninsula crimea of course being the ukrainian territory that russia invaded an extant continues to occupy since two thousand fourteen
Struggling Airlines Confront Long-Haul Crew Taboo
"Up from reuters. Struggling airline's confront long-haul crew tabu. That's a kind of a great it. Serve a rhyming. Article title Max t what's this all about. It's about money as are many of the things that we talk about related to Changes at the airlines This is not putting the You know the the dime pay for the bathroom You know thing that we've talked about the airplane. They're talking about something bigger and more important. The pilots article starts out. Do long-haul pilots really need to pilots at the controls. All the time which i'm sure airplane management is going. Heck no. I mean think how much money we could save so Reuters has reported that Airbus in hong kong carrier cathay pacific are working a system to allow just one pilot on the flight deck. When at cruise altitude on long-haul flights currently long-haul flights have three or four pilots Usually two in the cabin in two resting at any given time. And i guess what they're saying is why have two in the cabin. When you're sitting up there at flight level. Three six zero possibly could go wrong. Airbus has something they called project. Connect and under that Effort they hope to certify the eighth three fifty for these single pilot operations again doing high-altitude cruise. When you read the article i. It sounds like they're being very careful about proceeding with this and being very careful about making too many commitments to the concept for a lot of reasons. I think mike. Did you get that kind of sense. And looking at this. They are being very very careful about it. And you know the whole concept of do they need to pilots at the controls at the all the all the time and the answer is obviously no. They only need to pilots. When there's an emergency
A McShake Up: The Battle Over McDonald's Ice Cream Machines
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a mcdonald's in possession of an ice cream machine must claim that it's broken. I mean it's just laughable at this point rate the mcdonalds ice cream machines are never working last fall. Rashiq zahid even built a website called mic broken. That shows a map of mcdonald's franchises across the us and lets you know whether or not they're machine is currently working. The website has shown that at any given moment in the united states. Five to sixteen percent of mcdonald's have broken ice cream machines. Here's the thing. The machines being broken. It's a feature not a bug. And i don't mean that the feature is annoyed employees turning off to claim that it's broken so they don't have to make flurries ono. It goes way deeper than that. I the myth of line about the machine. Being broken is well. Probably the myth while the taylor. C six zero two digital ice cream machine used at most. Mcdonald's restaurants is pretty incredible in some ways. They have extra hoppers and barrels allowing employees. To pull milkshakes and soft serve simultaneously and they have a heating pasteurizing rephrasing cleaning process that eliminates the need to take the machine apart to be cleaned every night like other as cream machines. But they're also super temperamental. One anonymous employee describes them to wired as being like in italian sports car. If one thing goes wrong the whole machine collapses and despite the efficient nightly cleaning process they still have to be taken apart and sanitized. Every two weeks quoting wired some pieces have to be carefully lubricated. The machines parts include no fewer than two dozen rubber and plastic rings of different sizes. Leave a single one out. And the pumpkin fail or liquid. Ingredients can leak onto the machine. One mcdonald's franchisees tech manager told me he's reassembled taylor's ice cream machines more than a hundred times and had them work on the first try at most ten of those times and quotes
CompTIA Security+ SY0601 update. Everything you need to know
"We are excited to have patrick lane today. Patrick is the director of products at compton. And we've done a few webinars with him in the past he always does a great job providing us updates on come tears certifications so excited to have you back patrick A little bit about his background. He directs the it workforce skills certifications come to you including security plus pen test plus c y plus and casper plus he assisted the us national cyber security alliance also known as the ncsa to create the lockdown. You're logging campaign to promote multi factor. Authentication nationwide us also implemented a wide variety of it projects including an internet and help desk for eleven thousand end users. Patrick is an armed forces. Communications electronics association lifetime member born and raised on us military bases and has authored and co authored multiple books including hack proofing lennox a guide to open source security so a fantastic guests with us today. I'm excited to pass it off to patrick here in just a moment after we review the agenda so today we will touch on what is security plus Patrick talk about the baseline cybersecurity skills. The job roles and growth indicators. We'll talk about the differences between s wise zero six zero one versus the five. Oh one and kind of some of the updates. There will talk about the exam details and then as mentioned i will pass it off to patrick for questions. So feel free to submit those questions using the qna panel At anytime so with that I'm going to go ahead and give give the control over to patrick here to get us started. Thank you everyone. My name is patrick lane. And as thank you for introducing me. I'm the product manager for competition cybersecurity certifications as a director. I work a lot with the industry and within comp tia in to ensure that our exams are meeting the needs of the industry security plus as one of our largest certifications of all comp. Tia in fact. It's our number one certification and so one of the reasons why people are coming to security plus is because of the skills that it offers and the fact that employers are hiring people who have security plus social security plus will help you get a job in it and cybersecurity so when we look at the certification we have to remember that security plus as an entry level certification exam it was released in two thousand two and it's updated every three years it assesses the baseline or core technical skills required to secure networks software hardware devices essentially it teaches you the basics to securing anything that's attached to a network or the internet. It's a broad range of cybersecurity skills as you can imagine. A any skills are used for high performance on the job so people are coming to take security plus because it proves that they can do the job and employers will know that they could get the job done so the it certification in general is very valuable also security plus appears nearly ten percent of all job ads in the united states and right now sixteen percent of the entire workforce has security plus and we have millions of people who have taken our commttiee exams around the globe. In the last three years. There have been a lot of changes in cybersecurity. Probably all aware of the industry continues to grow their continued to be more jobs available. There continued to be not enough people to fill those jobs and in fact in some cases employers are looking to icy certifications employers are looking to it certifications in lieu of a college degree. Four jobs. That are hard to hire for. They would rather hire someone with the bachelor degree and assert if they could but in this day and age or enough phenomenal time of human history.
"six zero" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Yeah i mean. There's no doubt about it. I it's it's just it's sad but it's true that people. Unfortunately they have to be pushed into new ideas. They have to be pushed into circumstances that will allow them to be open to hearing something new and having your bank account emptied is a real good introduction to learning about crypto currency. Necessity is the mother of invention right and in this case. Well they have a big need. They're out of cash and they would like to do a fundraiser. To pay their attorney so they can win. This damn thing. Luckily didn't have to invent crypto currency or flip starter cash. That was already ready to go. Yeah and kudos to the folks who are providing these services. They have raised some money already. And we'll tell you more about that and we'll tell you how to donate. We will six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero is our number. If you'd like to join the conversation we've got more free talk live for you coming up.
State Of The Market With James Prendamano
"Everyone to episode twenty two. This is a special thanksgiving episode. Here of the sandra properties. Podcast gonna do things a little bit different. Today we're going to run solo a wanted to give a little bit of a recap of where the market's holding and talk about where i think the market is headed in the next year or two or three quite honestly. Because i think there's a lot of things at play here that not everybody is talking about so we thought it'd be a good idea if we could give a snapshot of where we're holding and then talk a little bit more about Some of those factors that. Perhaps you're not getting this analysis anywhere else for the folks out there on the island in the new york city. Pay close attention to what we're about to say here because we think it is going to be value so here we go the the market as we had suspected back in maybe two months ago three months ago we had sandy krugman ron and we had talked about was this recovery gonna look like From a real estate perspective on staten island. The mls system during corona continued to keep the clock. Ticking and what i mean by that is when we went on lockdown. They didn't pause the clock so days on market continued to tick off days. That's something pending continues to tick and it really through the stats way out of whack. So we had talked about back then that we figured once we got to november december of this year. We have a better sense of what really was happening. Because there was a a backload of deals that were moving toward a closing and then literally got frozen in time. One day and that backload sat for several months as we move through the lockdown. So when the lockdown open back up We had deals that we were able to move into contract through digital means which was a pretty neat thing for us to do and those deals were closing with the backloaded deals so it didn't give an accurate reflection of where things are and certainly didn't give an accurate reflection of where we thought things were headed. So let's start with a couple of metrics that we always keep an eye on and we'll we'll walk them through. I'm going to do a comparison of two thousand nineteen For october and two thousand twenty four october. So this takes us right up until a couple of weeks ago. So the average list price in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred for a home on staten island was seven hundred. Four thousand six hundred and three dollars for october of two thousand twenty. We were up to seven thirty to four fifty two. The median list price october. Two thousand nineteen was six hundred. Twenty four thousand. The median price for twenty twenty an october with six hundred. Thirty eight thousand. That's a two point two increase the average sale price. And this is where it really starts to matter right. Five ninety eight forty one back in october of two thousand nineteen six zero five five seven three october. Two thousand twenty rupp about one of the quarter percent and then. The median sale price was five fifty five hundred in october of two thousand nineteen five seventy five in october of twenty twenty. So we're seeing what we had suspected which was staten island was going to emerge as a very viable option for folks that we're looking for a little bit more elbow room as they were relocating out of some of the other boroughs and those numbers are holding tight. And i think that there's Still a lot of room for appreciation on the residential side. I believe that we are going to continue to see. Staten island. emerge as a safer or a just a different kind of alternative again for folks that are looking to stay in new york But are looking for just a little bit more space our housing stock. Your staten island is very different than the other boroughs and many many many ways and for a very long time staten island has been known. As you know the forgotten borough and there's a lot of other things that Or tags that have been hung on the borough unfairly Quite honestly that are starting to shut off in. We think that there's some really really unique opportunities here as we move forward into the next couple of years so on the commercial side for the most part on the brokerage side kind of frozen time. Which again when you you stack it up against the other boroughs You know we'll sign on for that any day. We're seeing significant decreases in The commercial stock multifamily retail offices in the other boroughs and in staten island. We haven't seen that now. The velocity is not where we wanted to be right. Product is not moving nearly as fast as we'd like it to move. But i believe that that's much more a function of the banking industry as it is less a function of the actual markets. If we don't have access to the capital and banks are not geared up to lend for that type of product right. Now you're going to see that present itself in the commercial stats so as we hopefully move to a more flexible place with the commercial lending you'll see some of those stats change another opportunity here and another reason why we'll see some positive stats on the commercial side as we move into the first and second quarter of next year. Now let me qualify. That when i say positive stats mean positive. Stats in comparison to the other boroughs. Right certainly Nobody is is setting
CONFERENCE PREVIEW: The ACC has Virginia in the catbird seat, with Duke, North Carolina, Florida State and Louisville all giving chase
"So in our rankings, it goes Virginia North Carolina like you pointed out after that it's Florida State Louisville but you had those in The Opposite Order Louisville Florida State I. I think you can argue either way, but you mentioned you talk to the North Carolina staffer. Recently, I talked to somebody at Florida state. Within the past week and they were openly wondering if they if this team. was going to be better than last season's team and last season's team of course, won the ACC, and so I take that for whatever it's worth but. In Tallahassee they think they've got a they think they've got a team that's going to finish. Fifth in the fourth or fifth in the ACC. What's interesting here is I know and Louisville's also. I think quietly really in on their roster I. think There's a line after Florida State and Louisville another tier if you will. When we get to the teams after that? I listen. I. Have Been Wrong about FSU LIKE I say it was good humor here but be tournament picks or general projections I have been off on Fsu more often than been correct. Efficacy was twenty, six and five when the ACC last season and lost Trent forest loss Patrick Williams lost Devin for cell I mean those are the teams four best players they're not that it doesn't still have talent but. That would be just a hell of a deal there. If Leonard Hamilton could make that happen to combine them with Louisville, real, quick I I actually think. It's I think that Louisville can be close to what Lewis last season it was ninth and Ken Palm. It went twenty, four seven it loses all five of its starters but. I just again legit because we're doing this in real time like just like David Johnson Samuel Williamson are are two names that are that in my opinion need to be on our top one, hundred one players and then they bring carly. Jones in from Radford who apparently might be their best player and You know it could be a twenty two point. Game Guy. is going to have a different look to them this season. The top of the ACC is totally fascinating I. Really do think it's Virginia and the other four we've mentioned. Almost, put them in any order. I can't quite see Louisville being top team in the league I can't get there but I think it could be super competitive and everyone below Virginia they're is GonNa make for an interesting race we had in our voting Miami coming in at six and then Syracuse at seven and it's interesting like. Last season I remember talking about this briefly and then you know pain. Democrats and everything's over. So whatever. But. Here's Syracuse. Again picked seventh in our preseason poll ACC poll. In terms of the panelists, some people had them as low as nine. I think you had eight I had him seven. So I'm more of a believer than most but. How many times do you think Syracuse has finished in the top five in the ACC in the past six seasons? Trivia Thanh. Say Zero Zero is the answer two, thousand fifteen eighth two, thousand, sixteen, Ninth, two, thousand, seventeen seventy, two, thousand, eighteen, tenth, two, thousand, nine, hundred, seventh last season six, zero, top. Top five finishes in the League Past Seasons there are twenty, eight and twenty, eight in the. Past. Three seasons they had a surprising final four in two, thousand sixteen and a surprising sweet sixteen in two thousand eighteen. So that Ma- ask some of this, but it is undeniable that. For, one reason or another you know that's one of the biggest brains in college basketball and it hasn't been operating like one of the biggest brains in college basketball lately,
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"A lot of people say you have to trust everyone I don't say that I say trust is is absolutely paramount as your success, but it's it's been through actionable events over time meaning that you don't blindly trust someone just because of their duty title or they have a couple of chevrons and rockers on the sleeve of the uniform or because their vice president of something. You know you believe in them. I do believe that they can do something. You believe that have the potential to do something, and then you give them actionable events, actual activities that they can perform for you to trust to build that trust. And it goes both ways meaning that you as the leader have to earn their trust as well, and so you have to show them that you can be trustworthy and there are things that we talked about admissions zero that Very depth. First Chapter in our book Discomfort Talk Specifically, about trust and how you can develop trust. Both leader and is subordinate and and and the reason that we start chapter one with that theme with trust is because it all starts with trust right and you can't trust someone I without believing in them and that's where it begins. I love it, and that's a great way to wrap up such a great conversation. We could do this for hours. I, really appreciate your time Jason and just the the the different knowledge ideas I wrote down a bunch of things you made it super easy. To. To explain the complicated. So thanks for that and thanks for for being here. Oh Man my pleasure. Thanks so much out of the atom. Hope you and your audience, a lot of value out of this. It's just like you said, just two guys senator bar talking is chatted up. That's how I approached it and And I appreciate you bringing me on. Yeah you're very welcome. I think I think that definitely came across and and hopefully in the future we can have that beer or a cup of coffee or whatever it is at some time some point down the road appreciate you being here and thanks everyone for listening to the entrepreneurs NBA podcasts. You've been listening to the entrepreneurs NBA Download Adams free book how to make more money in your business at www dot pre-booked from Adam dot com..
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"Pouring down rain were changing the tire on on the side of the highway. You know greased up with tire were wearing are nice suits absolutely soaked dredged. We were going to get to this presentation thirty minutes early forty five minutes early practice. Said about computers. The whole thing we walked into the facility drenched and the director langauge was like where you guys been. Hey, you're up in two minutes. So, we just walked right into the room and brought it and head coach to the time was Rex Ryan for the jets and after presentation was over congratulations guys, you just want to contract with the jets and that was my first Everett's out. That was my first ever client that's how it went for me. So it's a fantastic story and. Obviously all the little details add to it. So as you were telling the story, I'm thinking to myself he's got nothing to lose. So maybe there was a sense of calm that came over me and sometimes we do our best work when we have nothing to lose because it, it doesn't matter. We can be free, we can be ourselves but then you add the rain and being there in no time to practice did which. Which of the battling forces? The sense of calm that this is this is practice we've got nothing to lose or the stress of God. We just slid in here by the seat of our pants at the last second were drenched, and we're not going to give our best how did you? How do you battle those two forces with you and your team internally to make a great presentation? We have time to think about it. Really it was. It was a sense of familiarity really i. mean it was like, Hey, this is being selection of the Q. Course. Right? We're drenched. We're doing a team event, put fix a flat tire and and under fifteen minutes on the highway with no tools like we gotta figure this stuff out like right now. And so oftentimes, when you go play a game, whatever it might be, whatever sport you're, you're playing your visit first, your your brand new fresh you know you have a you're warm but you're not game warmed up yet. But as soon as you start playing the game like those butterflies go away and you're just planning. As I think it worked to our advantage where we were soaked, we were Haris rates were already pump in. We walked into this facility. We had two minutes to walk into the conference room we start our brief. were, already game ready. You know what I mean. We were already are running boguslaw we already ready to go. So there were no butterflies which is led right into it and it was a lot of fun because. When you think about it like this is ridiculous and when you're experiencing ridiculous uncomfortable moment with friends. A you're bonding. You know you building chemistry you're laughing about it, and so it was an enjoyable experience. You enjoy those moments you remember those moments because. Because of the discomfort. And living the moment is obviously set a lot but you had to do in that scenario. What does that? taught what did that teach you I guess, let's say the next presentation or one in the future where it wasn't all the craziness going into it, you did have time to prepare. What did you take from the jets experience that you could then used for other presentations to make sure you nailed those as well..
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"Right? And and I wanted to be around like minded individuals, and so I recruited people that are respected in the military. Former bosses, some of my peers. So my subordinates that I thought were the best leaders I've ever met in my life and I got them together on a team and I said, this is my vision. This is what my mission statement is guys. Do you want to be a part of this? And a good majority of them said. Yes. and. So how we started But I just started cold calling NFL teams. I found numbers I googled NFL Franchises Online and I've found phone numbers to call and I just went through the list alphabetically. And for each call I learned something new. I learned you know who? What the correct number was, who that organization I related to talk to what they're looking for what the calendar looked like and I learned enough to where I finally got to the letter n and I got to the New York jets. And I got an opportunity to pitch to player of direct the Director of player engagement and he said, you know what? I really like you man I really like what you're saying we're not gonNA hire you but you know I'd love for you to come up here and pitch. As practice essentially to the head coach, the GM you know how about you come out here in February but you know you have to pay for your own flights and take care of your lodging and everything else. Edges jumped at the opportunity. So I did that and I brought to him I guys with me. And I knew you know I said to myself. If we're GONNA hit this thing out of the park I mean these guys are going to be impressed you know and and hopefully I didn't guarantee at bells like these guys are going to hire us. That's the feeling that I had when I walked into the room. On the way to the facility were address our suits and everything, and we hit a flat tire.
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"Will pay pay off in the long run I. Remember going to the Oakland Raiders as CEO Mission six. Zero. And working with them and there was a group of. High. Net. Worth individuals that supported the raiders they got behind the scenes tours and they had the box suites and everything and and the club tickets and everything else and. I went to speak to them about supporting this event that we were throwing with the raiders and seeing if they would participate and so forth and there was some interest not as much interest as I would hope. I would have hoped but there was one gentleman there and He he was so excited and he loved what we were doing. He loved my message and he was he he became a big fan right away. And I was pretty excited because I thought this guy was a multimillionaire and it turns out that he was just an employee of a multimillionaire. And he was sad sort of as a proxy to this meeting. Almost almost as a reward for him to go to this meeting and get the behind the scenes of the raiders and everything. And I could be like you know what? You're not worth my time man you know like you're not the guy okay. But I miss decision like you know what? This is a nice guy. He's he's really interested is trying to help out instead of. Focusing my attention on really pitching, hard or trying to sell these other individuals hard. I was going focus some of my attention all the lights on this gentleman's needs in his questions and. Desires and so forth and I did that. And after the fact, I didn't think anything was going to come of it. I really did it and he went to talk to his boss who then in turn. Introduced me five other people like him. and. It was just a tremendous lesson for me to know that if you just invest the time in in people. Just being a good dude just reinforcing that message that I learned to the military it'll pay off because he's used to like I said several millionaires that helped us out and supported this operation and so forth. And it was just a result of me being a good guy. Now I, understand the on my schedule fills up fast and I'm not special. Right when people say you're busy I mean we're all busy right we're all busy people. And I try to take as many calls as I can out of the blue, just to help people if my schedule permits it and it also my bandwidth permits because. I've got. A loving wife and two kids three year old in one year old that attention their number one priority my life. So if it doesn't impact my time with my family. And and there's a chance that I can I can add value somewhere and help and serve other people I'm all for it. That's fantastic and I. Appreciate you taking the time to do this right..
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"So. Many interesting lessons in there but the one I want to sort of hone in on a little bit is you had mentioned that Your competitive person and you. But. But you know that the line of those people that are over competitive, right you said, you wanted to be the best second lieutenant you can be I mean. There's a lot of people out there whether it's life business. Athletics and military that are. Looking to two three four. Jobs, promotions or whatever it is down the line you focused on the current one. How do you see that? As a differentiator and how do you utilize that in your current life that if you're the best at what you're doing, you set yourself up for the future without having to look at Oh I get that third promotion down the line. I myself am I doing the right thing was my mindset when I was in the military. Because you know. For example, there were a bunch of second lieutenants with show up to our first job, and you can already tell there are some guys that are on day one right? They're just like if I don't make general, my life is a failure. You Know My dad was a general and if I don't make not living up to expectations and I've got to do it to destroy us ball stress ball bangs and I thought to myself I don't want that I don't WanNa be that Guy I'm GonNa Compete I'm GonNa the Best I can and you know if if I, don't get picked at sucks but at least I know I gave it my all mindset was this like. I always wanted to be the good dude. Meeting that. Whenever. Somebody asked about you. Hey that Guy Van Camp Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know Vancouver he's a good dude. You're that's how I got promoted. That's got the best jobs. That's how I got the best positions in my military career. Right, and I did I got all those right up into the day. I retired medically retired early because I developed a seizure disorder. But. Most Times you can't. You don't have the opportunity and you can't develop a personal intimate relationship with everyone. But if for example, there's a there's a Mike Jones who is hiring and he's looking for the next guy to step up and be in this position. And he knows a Johnny Jackson. For example, they're really close friends and Johnny. Jackson knows Jason Capillary, well, well, Mike Trust Johnny and his judgment..
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"It'll show your future. You know what? I got into the regular army I didn't have aspirations of becoming a green beret or a Delta force operator I just wanted to be the best second lieutenant I can be. And a field artillery captain ranger came and spoke to us one day. During our officer basic course. So basically, the first few months of of you being in the army, you know you're at a, you're a course learning how to be a leader even though you got done. You know he just graduated from West Point. And during that's Allan, this ranger kind of he said, listen the attrition rate for Field Artillery officers it ranger school is is very. Very, high right. Still a lot of people fail. and. So what we want is to really train up guys have a desire to become a ranger. Very difficult and when they go there, they'll graduate and I thought to myself found not interested immediately. Do I want to be major now I'm good. But one of my best friends, his name's Andy he played football with me. West. Point, is well On. He's he was fired up man who was like bouncing off his chair during this briefing I look over on the like what's up with you man and he's like I'm GonNa do this. Am I. Going to you know go through all this training for the optic Goethe Ranger school and he's camera and do it. And the field artillery captain said you know if you guys feel like you can do this show up tomorrow morning at this field at four am and just so you know we're gonNA smoke you guys we're going to. Punch into the dirt essentially. And I walked out I was like any like this doesn't sound fun. Man Doesn't like a great time. As now, a man think about it. You know becoming a ranger the amazing. You know all this stuff with would discuss and and if like you know what if you're going to go to ranger school if you're GONNA try and I can't say no either I can't. I can't go I've you can't go in I? Can't follow you. have to go like I have no choice. So I show up the next day at four am at this field and there was about one hundred other guys other. Officer. Basic course students there at the time and. And and the thing was there was no andy, he didn't show up. And always kind of frustrated that he wasn't there and day one two hours of just like smoking your bags running and push ups, just sprints and the whole thing. And I welcome back to the to the barracks and knocked on Andy's door and I was like, yeah, he what he he showed up in his boxers sleep crusted over his is you know Hey man like where were using nude for him came. So early, now I just couldn't get up was just your eyes for me. Now's the why showed up he's ob sorry man the just shut the door on me. And I was stuck I'm not going to quit now they don't like when I show up I, follow through to the end and right and I finished. The preregister course was six months almost six months of everyday waking up early and just getting getting crushed physically and learning ranger tactics in the ranger creed and so forth and. And In December right before we were about to graduate from obesity. You know they. We started with one hundred guys. We finished with twelve guys. And twelve nine guys went to Ranger School for in Georgia and those nine guys only three guys graduated.
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"And I was attached to it and RETREA. Company, as far. Support Officer. And I didn't have a whole lot of. A lot of. Opportunities and make. Decisions that affected their operations in right. I did what my company commander wanted me to do. I supported him I, supported his decisions and so forth, and he was a great great leader Great Company Commander I respected him tremendously and and I kind of learned sort of how to lead how to. Combat from him and he was learning as you went as well. That was the first time really any of us have ever been combat. I wanted that time and they would always a special forces detachment commander. Most of my guys surprisingly were all x rays which meant that they were first time you know brand new And when we went to Iraq, I had to learn as I as I went as far as being a commander. So certainly made a lot of mistakes but. I learned from those mistakes and I became a better person because of it. I Bet I bet and those be, but those are the mistakes and high stakes environments. Even if it's not life or death situation in a high stakes environment, you probably learn faster from those mistakes and we're able to course correct than if it were in a more laid back business environment erect. You have to you adapt or you die right, adapt and overcome. Because you know mistaken in the boardroom does have the same type of four locations or life and death is as it does on the battlefield. that. Getting, into West Point is some say harder than getting into Harvard. If you look at the numbers and then you arranger which is a more elite group and then the Green Berets more elite group this. Where did this? I GUESS Elite nature of you come in was a were you were the the number one student school were you the the captain of the of sports teams when you were in grade school or did you always have this? Drive to be number one, but you put yourself in some very, very rare company was that something that has continued to grow you. You. Know I've always been very competitive I've I've certainly met more people that are that are competitive. Sort of people that are more competitive me to a fault know and he certainly made a lot of those people west point. I'm competitive I guess to a point you know and I want. I want to serve other people want to be on team full of like minded individuals working towards a goal we're going toward a championship. That's always been my mindset. Now. I. Went to West Point and yes what percent is harder to get into west point that it is the Harvard. West Point is routinely number one. College University and Forbes magazine rankings. which only like I said, beating Stanford and Harvard and everybody else especially United States they will Ademi and That's neither here nor there. So. Back to that question on competitive, you know I want to be the best whatever I'm doing. And It goes back to that at saying that I told you earlier show me your friends..
"six zero" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes
"But where did you get your start in your personal entrepreneurial journey? How did you know you're GONNA START A business? When did that happen? Question I feel like growing up. I had the entrepreneurial gene I just didn't realize it and the reason why say that is because I would go places at a young age and Opportunities to improve whatever whatever it is wherever we were going whatever I saw at would ask my mom and my dad I said, well, why did they do it that way? Why don't they do it this way and often? Parents would say, Oh, they don't do it this way because of this and I would say, Oh okay. Well, that makes sense and sometimes it would say, wow, I as idea jason I don't know why they don't do it that way you know and I just started having ideas when I was younger about. How to be creative in that sense of creativity and how to improve things and and had this was sort of part of who I you know growing up. Now I wanted a different direction I went to the United States. Military mid West Point, and there's not a whole lot of opportunity there had to be an entrepreneur businessman, your servicemen. Now you join the military join the army specifically. And you train towards that I was very proud of that and I was very proud of the ability to serve other people and so forth and fight for freedom and deployed combat several times. But when I got an opportunity to get my master's my MBA at Brigham, Young University I I started a business for the first time and now as mission six zero at the time it was called mission essential and it's leadership development company. And the reason why I did it was because I looked around at some of my former classmates that had left the military after five years I looked at my friends and a good portion of them. A made a good portion of my closest friends were all business owners and Naya's that there were all successful business owner some of them majority made millions of dollars and I remember when I was younger my mother always used to tell me she said, show me your friends and I'll show.
Did the algorithm make you watch Tiger King?
"And Its origins Netflix's Tech Company it invested heavily in homegrown software like its recommendation algorithm that helps you find shows. You'd WanNa Watch because if you don't. You might not keep paying thirteen bucks a month for it especially since there are a lot of other streaming options vying for your time and your money. But now NETFLIX's considers itself. A media company is investing huge amounts of money, making its own TV shows and movies, and it's not entirely clear how the company balances those priorities where draws the line between making you happy and making good on its own investments. The only people who really know what's going on with Netflix's recommendations work it. Netflix's the Peter and I wanna see what we learn about the system. If we simply watched how its recommendations changed over time, so we tried a little experiment. Could bridget at wants us to verify the account. Because Daddy. Three, seven, zero, six, zero four. Back in December Peter. And I created brand new NETFLIX's accounts. Both of us have been using Netflix's forever, and my recommendations are totally messed up from family and friends using my account. Well, actually it's my partner's account, but Peter and I wanted to see what happens when Netflix's doesn't know anything about you and how the changes that learns more about you. NETFLIX's wants to know three. That I like from selection of things, they're offering me pick breaking bad. Verse! A narcos, which is a Netflix show here we are at the beginning of our experiment before Netflix's really knew anything about our tastes. All Right? We're at the top picks Peter. This is the Netflix's algorithm telling me what I might like to be fair. We've only told it. I like three things. So, this is the least smart it's going to be. This is the most dumb it's going to be. Wanted WanNA. Tell us what the first pick is The Adventures of shark boy and Girl. I happen this is your child. After our first session, the recommendations were not good, so I'm assuming because I told her that like spider man spider verse, which is genuinely great movie. telling me I WOULD WANNA watch. Shark boy and lava girl. A few months later we tried again after we'd watched and rated a whole lot more stuff and it started stressing some really good stuff, but there's still a lot of things that really didn't fit our tastes. They really want me to watch new girl. Made by Fox, no longer on the air on Netflix's West Wing. I would definitely watch an episode the West Wing here and there. I mean it's cars have already watched, but I would watch it again. Parks and REC I've never seen an episode. So soothing. It's a good show. Yeah, and then again in April. We reviewed our recommendations for a third time. NETFLIX's figured out that because I watch comedies like Portland area the office development that it should recommend low stakes easy to watch shows like the. Documentary now and middle ditch and Schwartz.
Has the pandemic changed how we’ll shop forever?
"Y'all. We got some stats for you so as you might be aware. Stores and malls are reopening across the US, but has the way we shop changed forever. That's a very dramatic way to say it, but it's because there. A type of one of my notes and I didn't want a valid up. So one recent survey found that nearly sixty percent of consumers six zero are moderately or very concerned about shopping in stores, and of those who do shop and brick and mortar locations more than a third say. They're doing so just once per week, so they're bundling all of their shopping until one trap and getting it done. And it is starting to show in the way that customers are purchasing items, the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch said that customers are coming into stores to buy something specific, and then they are leaving, so there's a lot less browsing going on. And while first quarter sales fell, there were increases across the company's brands online sales that sort of buoy eat a little bit of those losses just because of the lack of traffic. That's all according to an interview that was done with Bloomberg. So malls that have reopened have added social distancing signs in some stores have closed their fitting rooms and at beauty counters. There are no makeovers right now. Here's. Here's my in question about what is to come so if you're not exactly invited to linger in groups at the mall like we did as teens, and if you can't spend time in fitting rooms to find like the perfect lock, and you can't try on products at the beauty bar. Then is browsing dead and that's not just saying in malls because we know malls have their own issues with you know continuing to draw consumer attention, and whether the mock and survive, but in terms of just being able to browse or walk the mall or window shop. Do you think that's GonNa? Come back. Eventually but not anytime soon. I went to target for the first time since February this past weekend and the only shopping I've done is like grocery shopping, and like drugstore just to get basics. And what I was at target, it was because I needed specifics specific items that research said, and I remember passing their apparel, and they have some really adorable designer collaboration apparel. That's this'll sunshiney, and it's all yellow. Yellow when Pinkston, it's just really beautiful, and very summary and I was just like I can't stop. I just can't stop. I came here for specific things because we couldn't go without them anymore. And I need to stay focused on those things so like the impulse I feel like is not here because I don't think it's going to be here until we feel really safe again. Some stores are navigating this by having appointments, so you can have a slot where you go in, and you talk to somebody. WHO's your stylist or Even best buy was doing appointments that ended up since then, but they were doing it for a number of weeks. So that's another possibility but I. don't know about you. Why number one thing is trying to avoid talking to people, so making an appointment to come shop doesn't feel great, but maybe it's going to be a hybrid answer that we're going to encounter the future. While and if you're making a payment to shop, you probably have something in mind that you're intending to buy during that trip. It's not like you're walking by old. Navy and you say let me see what's at Old Navy today, right? You'RE GONNA make an appointment because your kid needs pants because they've grown out of their old ones or something very distinct I an experience and look. You're up in DC where things are just starting to reopen. I'm in Florida. which is a fucking free for all. And I went to bed bath and beyond last weekend, because I couldn't wait anymore. I really need it. This is very selfish. I really needed new sodastream canisters and I wanted to exchange them so that I could get the half price ones. So I went to bed bath, and beyond where it's usually a very quick process, but because they've moved things around in the store to accommodate. I have to go pick my own canisters off the shelf and bring them in. Wait in line like everyone else I couldn't fast track through customer service. That's totally fine. That No usually I go to guest services and I. Say hi I'm here to exchange these and I put them on the counter and get out to new ones for me I'm done, got it. It's a great process. So. Everyone who worked at bed bath, and beyond was very nice, but normally while I would have walked around the store, looking for things to spend money on. This time I felt totally claustrophobic now because I was just thinking about who's around me, and then I had to navigate the line system, which is now a six feet apart sort of wind, e system akin to the register at marshalls or a TJ Maxx. Got It which is fine. That's fine if they did that, but like I was having a hard time managing like what am I here for? And what are all the other things I remember about space around me right now, right? So I wanted to get the heck out of there. Yeah, I was not popping into Marshall's next door, either by that time I was out of energy for
Is it time to revisit your hiring practices?
"Do you people round mile in less than four minutes between the first summer Olympics in eighteen, ninety six, and the Summer Olympics of nineteen, fifty, six zero. When Roger Bounced around the first sub format mile in the early nineteen fifties. No one had ever done it before. It was an historic moment and very few interested. They don't know his name. Do you know many people have run a four minute mile? Sense Roger Bannister. Yet I don't know either. There are so many I couldn't find the answer. Hundreds ten high school students have done it. How many people before Nineteen fifty-two dismissed the idea of four mile as impossible. And? Can you blame them? How do you tell someone with a straight face to shoot for something that's never been done. How do you even convince them? It's possible. Leader I admire lot as a man named vision luck Yanni, he's the CEO of a Malaysian company. Specializing education called Mine Valley and he says our beliefs distort our reality, meaning what we believe to be true become true. It's the reason all good teachers treat their students like their high performance. Right from the beginning the moment student believes there are a low performer. Their performance will drop. In two thousand, eight and two thousand nine, a researcher at Vanderbilt University named Ray Friedman administered attest to a group of college students in the Group of tests taken in two thousand and eight before Barack Obama was elected president, white students consistently outperformed black students, but in the test administered in two thousand nine after Barack Obama was elected president. The score gap between black and white students disappeared completely. Freeman hypothesized that when people see examples, evidence proof of something happening to other people, they can relate to their belief that it could happen to themselves rises. Over the last two weeks I've had conversations with almost two dozen leaders of people. And, some of them are really struggling to figure out what part they need to be playing in the momentum that is slowly building out of the outrage. Injuries caused in perpetuated over generations require generations to heal, and that can leave some people with a feeling of hopelessness. I can't possibly do anything myself, so let me just put my head down to the best I can and hope I get through this. But there's so much you can do, and it doesn't require hashtags or fighting with people on social media. Start with your hiring practices I've looked at thousands of resumes and employment applications over the years and I've interviewed hundreds of people for Jobs I. Can honestly say some of the best employs ever met would never have even applied if I hadn't spent serious time courting them. And, when I've asked them why they never thought of applying, they say something along the lines of I never thought I'd fit in there. If you're a leader, a people and you're fortunate enough to work for an organization where dozens of people will apply for any opening you have. This is undoubtedly affecting you even more after all. You always seem to have enough applicants. Why would you ever feel the need to spend time and resources seeking out even more applicants? But if your workforce doesn't look like the communities, your workforce is serving. You have work to do. Because the law of averages, says that absent any preconceived notions on both your part and part of the applicants, your work for should be pretty representative of your clients or customers.
"six zero" Discussed on Z104
"Six zero in the morning dew it's Wednesday may thirteenth morning actually morning show asked about doing it everywhere good Wednesday isn't it on Sunday and then sixty eight well you know what though that counts the thought that counts a study in sixty eight today and we're at fifty two right now to get into a credible or something we'll do that in a minute we have a trans day Wednesday is really good this morning some pretty cool stories left for you just a minute and also in about twenty minutes in E. on this day we have so you might think Robert Pattinson is super sexy but when you're here his I guess I cooking habits meals is go to emails you're going to take the complete opposite of ham you might want to sleep with them and you won't want to eat with it now that's not thirty years in the making a finality has to be something special right how about that I tried so I will tell you which show is ending its final run with a triple wedding plus we have the credit crazies which today includes the tri kini recently got okay it's a bikini with a mask my god the return of leroy Jenkins a lot of you don't know who that is but if you do you're gonna love this story plus a story about Florida re opening that is the most Florida story ever we'll have that coming up for you all right but before we get to any of that how about an update on Kobe nineteen here is the latest from Ashley says virus cases in the U. S. route one point four million with over eighty three thousand deaths in North Carolina over fifteen thousand cases with five hundred and seventy seven deaths in Virginia.
Coronavirus Testing: City Of Miami Fire Rescue offers seniors in-home testing
"City of Miami fire rescue is offering free in home covered nineteen testing only for homebound seniors that's ages sixty five and up this is for the seniors who are experiencing symptoms of corona virus and don't have transportation or for some reason cannot leave their home for information on that you can call three oh five nine six zero fifty fifty three oh five nine six zero fifty
Pelosi says House will take up coronavirus relief bill on Friday
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says that massive two point two trillion dollar coronavirus economic relief bill approved by the Senate will pass the house tomorrow with strong bipartisan support Andrew Jember it is R. A. B. C. news correspondent following this in Washington right well most of the fighting in the sparring with the in the Senate but this bill just before midnight Wednesday night pack the the Senate struck a deal it passed with unanimous consent ninety six zero nobody voted against it and now it's going to head to the house where we're expecting about Friday and it's fully fully expected the path now here's the thing obviously they're way more house members and there are Senate members and due to limited flight options the house technically being on reset house members being installed quarantine several states mandating stay at home orders this is what the house is going to do they're going to vote to approve the belt by a voice vote so they won't need all members to return to the capital to participate in a recorded roll call vote once they vote and pass this stimulus package in the house and house speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that it will it'll head straight to the president's desk to sign into law before
Does Mount Diablo Have the Biggest View in the World?
"Okay so we set out to learn if Mount. Diablo is in fact numeral dose on the list of places on Earth where you can see the most land reporter Assault Asana takes a winding road to find out. The mystery of the view from Mount. Diablo is a romantic one steeped in local legend to find out. If it's true I drove to the source itself. Six hundred feet arrive at your destination from the base of the mountain. It takes me about an hour to get to the top. Well took so long. Mount Diablo sits on the eastern edge of the Bay area in Contra Costa County. But you can see. It's double peak pyramid from most spots around the bay at three thousand eight hundred forty nine feet. The mountains view is second to none. Well it's second to one. Maybe we'll find out so the view and you come up. Here is really amazing. How it compares. To Kilimanjaro is up for debate. But I'm kind of partial to the view here from Mount Diablo and I think most people would come pretty amazed by what the view looks like my tour guide today is Sharon Peterson. Mount Diablo state parks interpreter. Which she says means her job is to tell the story of the park. Sharon takes me to the summit's viewing deck. She says the clear day. You can see forty of California's fifty eight counties from here as little as one percent of some of those counties but still this is where we walk out into the wind. I she points West so you can see the Golden Gate Bridge today. You could see both towers with the naked eye and if I give you the binoculars you can probably for sure. She whips them out and there. It is the Golden Gate Bridge Sixty miles away two towers peaking over round top in the Berkeley Hills. That's really really cool. Then we turned north and you can see the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers forming the Delta South. It's a sweeping view of the Diablo range and livermore pleasanton and finally east or through the haze we catch a glimpse of the snow-speckled Sierra rising above the Central Valley over a hundred miles away. And I heard that you can also see Yosemite from here on a clear day you can and with binoculars you can see Sentinel Dome. There is a rumor that you can see half dumb but it's actually blocked by one of the land features in between seeing it for myself. The site is so magnificent so magical that feels like. I'm looking down at a watercolor. The only thing that compares is the view from a plane. Maybe it's possible. The Myth is true. It's absolutely not true. The Mount Diablo has the largest view in the world. Except for Mount Kilimanjaro. Seth Adams is the land conservation director at Save Mount Diablo and he spent a lot of time myth. Busting the Kilimanjaro claim. I never quite believed it. It just didn't have the ring of truth to me because it's a small mountain and common sense would tell you the taller. The mountain the bigger view but considering the myth has been repeated hundreds of times. He says it makes sense. People would believe it. Seth trace the infatuation with Diablo back to the eighteen fifties and sixties when scientists like Hosea Whitney first geologically surveyed the mountain. That's Jose Whitney of Mount Whitney the tallest mountain in the Sierra Nevada. Jose Whitney road. It is believed that there are few if any points on the earth's surface from which so extensive and area maybe seen as from Mount Diablo the whole area thus spread out can hardly be less than forty thousand square. Miles the legend snowballed from there repeated over and over for decades through the end of world. War Two a time when people really start experiencing parks and mountains. Recreationally and Mount. Diablo became a Goto tourist spot. The Kilimanjaro Claims Circulated and travel guides and hiking maps by railroad companies and Auto Associations Even Contra Costa County described it as quote the world's greatest view more territory visible than from any point in the world but as visitors flocked to Diablo for the views entrepreneur side. Chance to make a buck. More than half of Mount Diablo was locked up. Successively by two big real estate land speculators both of them printed brochures by the thousands that includes the claimed amount of having the largest boasting that claim was a smart business. Move for one developer. In nineteen seventeen he had a dream of building. Thousands of homes on Diablo's western flank and those amazing views helped push his agenda forward. Eventually the developer went bankrupt and the deal flopped. But it was too late. The brochures had done their work. Oh you can definitely credit the brochures for spreading the misinformation. But it's just too good acclaim the largest few in the world right and understand that California was a promoter's dream which brings us to another promoter the entrepreneur Walter p frick who hired a publicist to help him spread the rumor. The Mount Diablo had the greatest view on earth especially as he built an eight foot beacon tower known as the eye of Diablo but frick was working with engineers from the standard oil company and they were skeptical. Someone for the first time said come on biggest view in the entire world so after that the nineteen twenty eight standard oil bulletin added a footnote to their brochure except for a point in Africa. Clearly being Mount Kilimanjaro. From their the legend shifted from Mount Diablo having the largest few in the world to the second largest it went on like this until nineteen ninety four when it was officially debunked by an engineer slash mountaineer. Who did the math? His name was Edward Earl but he went by the nickname. Seven point three eight nine zero five six zero nine nine math joke. She said I don't believe this. And so what I'M GONNA do is. I'm going to find the problem. And I'm going to calculate view sheds for lots of other mountains and see how they compare view. Shed is the area visible from a specific vantage point including land or water. Now Remember Whitney speculated Diablo's view shed was about forty thousand square miles but according to earls calculations it's actually between thirteen and twenty one thousand. That might still sound like a lot but from other Taller Mountains. You can see more than three times as much and even for a total non mathematician like me. It kind of makes sense. Mount Kilimanjaro is five times the size of Mount Diablo so diop blow couldn't possibly have a comparable view shed even if it is an isolated peak.
What Is Pi?
"Come to brain stuff. A production of iheartradio rain stuff lauren. Bo-bottle here the number referred to as pie has mesmerized mathematicians for four thousand years. It's the rarest of back medical constance and unfailingly accurate ratio. That's also never ending. The digits of Pi have been calculated out more than twenty two trillion decimal places without ever repeating a. That makes it an irrational number. The definition of Pie simple. It's the ratio of a circle circumference. That is the length around the circle divided by its diameter or at the links across the circle. But what's remarkable? Is that no matter. The size of the circle you're measuring that ratio of circumference diameter will always equal three point. One four one five nine two six five three five eight nine seven et cetera usually shortened to three point one four divide the circumference of a tennis ball by its diameter. And you get three point one four divide the circumference of the planet Mars by its diameter. And you get three point one four divide the circumference of the known universe by its diameter. You get the point. Pie is critical to several basic calculations geometry physics and engineering including the area of a circle which is Pie Times Square of the radius and volume of a cylinder which has pyre squared times the height of the cylinder when ancient Babylonian attempted to measure the precise area of circles back in one thousand nine hundred BC. They signed a value to pie. A three point one to five. The ancient Egyptians came up with three point one six zero five the Greek mathmetician archimedes working in the third century BC and the Chinese mathematician. Xue Changsa working in the Fifth Century. Ce ARE CO credited with calculating the most accurate approximations of Pi before Calculus and supercomputers gave us a more definitive answer. Then in seventeen o six. The self taught Welsh mathematician. William Jones assigned the Greek letter P. To this magical number without end possibly because P is the first letter of the Greek words. For periphery and perimeter symbols use was later popularized by Eighteenth Century. Spec petition Leonard Euler but wasn't adopted worldwide until nineteen thirty four. The fact that Pie can be found everywhere not only in circles but an arcs pendulums and interplanetary navigation and intimately long has inspired a cult following that includes plenty of Geeky tattoos and even its own National Holiday National Pie Day was officially recognized by the United States. Congress in two thousand nine but the definitely not square roots of the holiday can be traced back to nineteen eighty-eight and a man named Larry the Prince of Pie. Shaw Shaw was a beloved longtime employee at the exploratorium. A Science Museum in San Francisco California and came up with the idea of Pi Day on one thousand nine hundred eighty eight staff retreat following the death of exploratorium founder. Frank Oppenheimer the date for celebration. Well because the first digits of Pi Three Point one four March fourteenth or three fourteen even better march fourteenth is also Albert Einstein's birthday making Pi Day nerd doubleheader the first Pi Day celebration was nothing more than Shaw and his wife handing out slices of fruit pie and tea at one fifty nine. Pm One five nine being the three digits following three point one four but the holiday quickly gained fame in the bay area. Shaw eventually built be Pi Shrine at the exploratorium a circular classroom with a circular brass plaque at center. Every day celebration at the exploratorium ended with a colorful parade led by Shaw blasting his boombox with a remix of pomp and circumstance set to the digits of Pi and circling. The Pie Shrine. Exactly three point one four times. The parade ended with the singing of happy birthday to Albert Einstein. The prince pipe passed away in two thousand seventeen but the annual exploratorium party continues as do Pi Day celebrations. The world over popular ways to celebrate include. Baking a pie orb some kind of circular treat and holding pie recital contests the current world record for memorizing and reciting the most digits of Pi was set by Sharad Kumar Sharma of India in two thousand fifteen when he recited a staggering. Seventy
"six zero" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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The Basics of Bulking
"Many meals when you're trying to bulk. How many meals are you eating day? Are you limited are you? Is it unlimited? What's the situation there so whether on bulkier cutting it's really going to be the same as far as spacing out. My meals really doesn't matter. The only thing that's going to be different is really the microbes which is going to be covered as protein cards fats. So really with bulkiness. Cutting every two to three hours. I'm having something Obviously you know if you're a little bit on the smaller side you know one forty one fifty one six zero or whatever you're not gonNa have to cram as much food in like me that starts off round to forty to fifty right so sometimes. I'll have to do every two hours just to get in a little bit extra calories but mainly just want to be in a surplus. Okay reason why you're eating every few hours to keep your metabolism constantly going that way you can get as many meals in as possible throughout the day but you're not going to convert a lot of it to Because your body what will happen is if you have way too many cars. Let's say oh I'm all you need two or three times a day. I'm just GONNA pile on to three hundred carbs every single meal. Your body is not gonna be able to obviously metabolize all right. So the downfall without is this going to convert to fat since you're not gonNA use that Short-term energy from the carbohydrates space. It out is probably GONNA be your best bet booking or cutting interesting okay. So it's not really about like just so when you're bulking you're not trying to gain fat. You're trying not really a free and not a free for all. It's not just do whatever a lot of people. Typically if there's any younger viewers socially teenagers Burgers all the time beats scream old matters is calorie counters obviously during a bulking phase. Since you are going to be out of surplus there is that ratio that you will gain fat but you can minimize how much you're actually going to gain during that process right and that probably helps me turns to the cutting phase so then have to route so right no. I don't care if I can gain ten pounds instead of thirty. But it's quality It's GonNa make cutting a heck of a lot easier right right and a less sacrificing our of stairs. I got you know lead a couple of times a day like right. It's much more maintainable. So what are you eating during those bulking bells? What would be your ideal ideal day full of meals? I'm a little bit more bland. Okay mocking or cutting spore. Because you like to keep it pretty even kills the whole process just so used to it after doing it for you know sixteen years so I just find this. I really settle with my body so for me. I typically do. Most meals will be some L. E. ME like ninety nine percent. Turkey or some kind of chicken breasts grill it. Boil it bake. It doesn't really matter. It's not gonNA change the chemical of the Me Too much but that sells really well for me. I can digest very fast. Okay same thing with Rice Rice. Oats stuff like that. My body handles where you're well. I can metabolize fast so I try to make it so okay so this my body is going to get really bloated. WanNa miss my next meal. So why would I wanna put that on every single meal? If I'm going to be one or two behind right okay. So I've best thing is find the things that agree with your body value can eat every two to three hours and it's not going to upset your stomach and interesting so do you usually take any supplements when you're trying to because you just finished the bulking vase rate and you are now onto the terming cutting portion. So we'll get into that later. But did you take any supplements while you're trying to bulk? Kind honestly in. Balkan are cutting just overall wellness so multivitamins fficials usually with Omega threes mostly CLA's which is just amino acid alays which is another amino acid. Those are going to basically help with your metabolism. Okay so it's going to speed up a little bit Every once in a while. If I'm a little behind on protein I will throw in a protein shake. I okay but most time. I'm just getting everything from food. How do you know if you're behind on your protein? How are you tracking that? So so let's say let's go with just an average individual and journalists say one sixty law times like members. I my buddy. My buddy really likes protein case. I usually try and get one point. Two to one point five grams of protein per body pound a lot of books and they've gone to school or anything like that magazines. They're going to use more cagey. So point. Eight per cagey so really. It's more of Bro Science. I guess you have to go by your body so I know that my body likes protein. So let's say I'm one sixty multiply that by one point two. Let's say if I'm going to get all of that from my food. Then I don't need protein shakes much right right. Okay protein shakes handy if you're not getting an adequate amount of protein from foods or let's say you have kids or anything happens. Emergency happens on a Russian gotta go. Are you gonNA work out and then go to work off? I ended up talking to that guy way too long. Like usual right. Yeah sure down a protein shake thou way. You know you're fueling muscles at least before you can get your next meal. Is there a risk of you? Overdo the protein. If you're like going way beyond that like you're doing the protein shakes and you're getting from your meals so that one is obviously always gonna be up for debate. No matter what you see you're GonNa say you're GonNa say yes and you know I have a couple of clients doctors of them. Whenever I go in for my checkups super healthy all right If you're having too much protein and you're dehydrated that's what's really going to tax your insights. your liver and kidneys are going to have a hard time processing the protein. So it's working for the energy hydrated. Okay so it's wearing on it so more wear and tear okay now if you are hydrated even though you're getting a lot of protein in you're going to be fine unless you have some kind of weird medical history that runs in your family. Then I would just advise SCO. Gator normal checkups right like brunch. Everyone should right and then go from
Doncic’s 30-Point Triple-Double, Porzingis Lead Mavericks Past Pelicans In OT
"So now we look forward to the Dallas Mavericks who just had a pretty big game. They're in seventh place right now. Six would ideal like we talked about last podcast there in six place and the rest of the standings ended up as they are as of now they'd be up against the Denver Nuggets. Which in my opinion would be the easiest matchup for any team really in this western conference standings not to give any disrespect Denver Nuggets or what they've done all season their forty one and twenty. They're great team. But when you look at the Los Angeles Lakers the clippers even the rockets. Those teams just seem a little bit more intimidating so the Mavericks WanNa get higher up in the standings so that they can potentially dodge playing the Lakers or the Clippers. And so they're only half game back from doing this the To eclipsing the Oklahoma City thunder in the standings and so just few days after Lucas. Twenty first birthday he would be going up against Zion Williamson for the first time. And the Pelicans the Pelicans at this point are on a two-game Skid and Zion was playing his first ever back to back so this was a big deal because obviously when he first came back they were totally babying him and having him on minutes restriction not making play back to back and now he's filing gotten that level where he feels pretty comfortable. He's been in pretty good shape and so this is the first game back. It's good test for him to see where he's at physically the PELICANS would also be without. Jj riddick he'll probably offer a couple of weeks with an injury which is really unfortunate for them as they're trying to make this push to get into that last playoff spot so unfortunate for them but in this game it was so close and so back and forth there were thirteen lead changes in this one and eighteen times where the game was tied. The Mavericks would be the ones ahead at the end of the first quarter. Twenty four twenty two. They then had their lead extended out to eleven before the Pelicans brought close again and again and the Mavericks would have the halftime lead up by just two points at halftime. The Mavericks had eleven blocks so welcome to the block party. Three of them being against Zion. So crazy stat for the for the Dallas Mavericks but nothing would still separate these two teams in the third each team scoring thirty points each meaning. The Mavericks would still have a two point lead. The fourth quarter was much of the same very competitive very back and forth and for the majority of the fourth. The Mavericks would have the lead and any time that the Pelicans come close or even tie it as they did a few times in this one they would just push back out but with two and a half to go Ingram. Hit a big three to take the lead finally for the. Pelicans one zero seven one zero six he would then extend it out with a tough fadeaway so pelicans would go up by three then with the mavericks down by one with thirty six seconds ago. It was currie not steph curry his brother. Seth Curry who would regain the lead on a huge three in the corner? And so now the Pelicans down one twelve one nine and seven seconds left Nikola Meli who had missed his last six three pointers. Got The inbounds. Pass put it up and knocked it down to tie the game and send it into overtime with porzingas missing a fadeaway game winner. So what kind of confidence do you have to have when you've missed six three pointers in a row? But the US do they draw up. They didn't drop the play for me to take this three. There's no way he was just the open guy. They gave it to him and he shot it with confidence which is something you should give them a pat on the back door because if I've missed six threes in a row I'm not taking another one for the rest of the game. I wouldn't have missed six zero because I wouldn't have taken that many but could also him for you know lock in and putting it down so great clutch bus bucket there for the Pelicans to try and take this one and not with the game tied at one eighteen in overtime with one eleven to go. It's a Luca. Danni H who hits a step back three Super Clutch? Take the lead late. In the game and later he would then split defenders with a pass and find Porzingis who goes and spikes it down extending their lead to one twenty. Three one. Nineteen effectively icing. This game the Mavericks would win this game. One Twenty seven one twenty three and this game could honestly not have been any tighter. It was close the entire game. Both both teams kind of pushing out for some leads but then again at the end of each quarter they would just come back to two point deficits and then tied obviously to go to overtime so and crazy game where stupor back and forth very competitive and it was just a great game to watch the Mavericks into this game. We're just five and fifteen in games decided by five points or less so they're not necessarily clutch when it comes down to the wire they seem to always drop games but for whatever reason in this one they came out on top and we're able to hold on for a big reason. Why are there two budding? Stars and Luca Danni Jake and Kris Porzingis.
Los Angeles: Boys accused of starting deadly fire can’t be tried as adults, California DA says. The town is outraged.
"What does society do with two thirteen year old boys who set fire to a public library and two firefighters died in the blaze this is a real story in California in people our live that they are outraged over this well yes out one the boys intentionally set the fire that ended up costing two firefighters there lies to the way that California law is these kids these thirteen year olds to me are not going to receive the justice that these firefighters deserve in the means that they will not be tried in adult court they will be tried in juvenile court but even then the longest that they'll be in detention is to the age of twenty five yes other so much outrage in fact the district attorney decided to make a video yesterday and release it to try to explain to the public why this case is being handled the way it is and and to lower their expectations for punishment of these two thirteen year olds here's the first sound bite from the two layer district attorney Tim ward explaining what's going on with these two thirteen year olds and any juvenile case and the state even if the most serious charges of murder are filed and found to be true thirteen year olds cannot be held in custody once they reach the age of twenty five no that is simply the law of California yeah no matter what happens they're out of twenty all you've got these individuals are sent in for one and now you've got I'm sure they're probably not charging him with murder probably manslaughter something like that but two lives that are lost because of this and if they're going to spend at most what is that ten years twelve years behind bars and then they'll be back on the street here's another cell by from the district attorney where he's talking about the limitations under the law in California when you're dealing with two thirteen year old suspects juveniles must be at least sixteen years of age to be eligible to be tried as adults for certain types of crimes the recent changes did not alter the fact that this office cannot legally prosecute thirteen year olds and adult court under any circumstances so they're being held right now the police charge them with arson manslaughter and conspiracy charges the DA has not yet filed charges but what ever he files they will not face trial in an adult court yeah I get the reasoning a little bit behind while you why you wouldn't charge them in adult court not these individuals why you wouldn't charge a thirteen year old or someone under the age of sixteen if it is at the small crime here you're talking about arson you're talking about the murder of the two individuals who risked their life day in and day out for the the the the safety of that community and that just doesn't seem right I know that they're trying to say at thirteen it you make dumb mistakes and national haunt you for the rest of your life but you took the lives of two individuals that are going to get that back the families that have to grow up without those men in their lives they don't get that back they don't get that second opportunity to me I get their hands are tied with the law here we do something for the parents they the parents then we'll have to should have to step in and I I don't know what that would be putting them behind bars isn't gonna do anything I don't think that they can half pay a fine big enough to cover the law right to individuals yeah one is was thirty five captain Ramon raised Figueroa the other was firefighter Patrick Jones only twenty five years old both died trying to put out the fire at the library here the numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety what is the proper way to handle people of this age thirteen year olds involved in such a very very a gregis effort two people died fighting this blaze five one two eight three six zero five ninety our society just doesn't contemplate handling people who were this young to do something that ends up killing people we we just haven't thought about that right and I and I get to the thirteen year olds probably weren't thinking if we set this fire we may end up killing it some people we maybe into injuring or killing the individuals that come to have to put this out I get that they probably did not think that far out but that is what happened that is a result of their direct actions they're intentional actions to set a fire yeah and they were seen running from the blaze several witnesses saw these two thirteen year olds that tell they were caught so quickly and arrested and charged by
"six zero" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of the second down here for the Cavaliers they look the second six zero twenty nine yard line zero two receivers right to left hello is this time Bergen Inspiron backwards the cool looking left talks it runs right through the wall with a thirty the forty yard line ridiculous looking for jobs I think often flew with have the gonna have to find a way to get explosively is at a price Perkins like we just saw all right there it's really really hard for the March the ball consistently down the field this town too close to the fence got to find a way to take the top off and you must win the turnover battle close is one and seven straight games gonna find a way to win it tonight for Virginia from a forty one yard line Burke is looking thirty this is due to none bigger than that do you forty four full full grown by grace Perkins small great recognition that time by right we had to walk on the depot throughout master one along with fifty ten reviews that's a plus match up for the news he saw a new orders over the football medially laid out over the middle of the field why use a speed of one hundred at the field trips to lessen the receiver lifeless until now I think one soon thirteen states the snap last night silver Roosevelt was that the students in the pocket of plans available with a little please give the eleven yard line put it toward the one of his very talented what else you got you and Janet what's your read out so the offices of the problem the operating the second set up with the thirty yard line with thirteen twenty one left in the opening quarter fantastic start here for the underdog break the hold this is a very deliberate approach to the mall then simply not soon enough whose name the number one on the left side of the road hello it's me looking well said the feel of the pistol please take this one three four nothing there is a may have been a problem here for the clubs and defense our referee to like this championship game Israeli moving to sing decision then my close to the decline of the I guess they were the first third and ten so the second fifteen I like that decision there and this is where they really like to pay their ears back in Brooklyn is to bring in all of his fancy put what's packages and we will bring pressure from all the players the football field tonight usually from a three down slowly on the third down situations settles resiliency defensive back that's known for thirty ten of the thirteen yard line good Louboutin sandals it's all the receiver is skills put down no one in the back of his over there they just brought in as the extra thirty back so Perkins roses can't understand through the season and turns it over here after having it in the red zone on the opening drive all Perkins made some great throws on that drive that time he tried to force a high ball to one of his receivers and you can't for the red zone a great play that some unknown Turner display in zone reading the quarterback size and catching the overthrow the right place at the right time Turner's first interception here comes handy here for the Tigers we get the ball the road twenty one states the flight rules of full of the middle of accolades soon first down the change already on the move and the first got to the light for Justin losses again of fifteen yards Ross said nine catches a touchdown last week six hundred forty eight yard full receiving positive appointed a fan part of the core group of offense they run the RPO awful stake tall sweeper Justin Ross right on the scene most of the right to love the lord six this that offering back up the middle that's AT and only a small step for game two that's the easiest all the suspicion of all the return your helmet gets twisted around to the back of your head many Alonso will tell you more about trouble Lawrence's second first look at your game plan early supporter to on the Clinton side of things tonight honestly for Clemson when they're on offense I think it is going to keep doing what they do you know we talked about who's having to find a way to force turnovers one X. factor they have been good at getting sacks.
"six zero" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"six zero" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"NewsRadio time is six zero two teachers gathered together yesterday, not the protest but show their thanks for those who supported them during the strike, Allan Fung Toler partners at CBS four. She was happy to be back at work. It's not easy. They teach every day some students joined the celebration as well. Can you Brooke said, she missed her teachers? Fantasy my teacher because is boring having. Everything was added. Under the tentative agreement reached this week educators would see between seven percent and eleven percent increases to their base salaries and at twenty steps salary schedule. He's still wearing the scratches and bruises from his attack, but Travis Kauffman the man who managed to kill a mountain lion. That attacked them up in larimer county, tried to make light of his story this week just a show of hands who all is disappointing that, I'm not impact. Chuck Norris joke about it now. But the attack left him with seven stitches longest cheek six along the bridge of his nose and three on his wrist and Travis said playing with the pet cat helped them actually fight off the lion. Today's a public memorial service for Irv Brown. It's at the first Bank center in Broomfield. We will have live coverage starting at known NBA all star week at events continue today. The nuggets Dakota Yokich we'll show up his talents during these skills challenge today. The all star game is tomorrow the west squad. Will feature the joker and will be coached. By denver's. Mike Malone is gonna be a great opportunity.