25 Burst results for "Sorensen"
Saints overcome deficit, bitter cold to beat Browns 17-10
"Up their division title hopes while eliminating the browns from playoff contention. 1710 in Cleveland, New Orleans trailed ten zero before winning the coldest game in team history. Alvin Kamara and Taysom Hill each had scoring runs for the 6 and 9 saints, combining for 132 yards rushing. Kamara's go ahead four yard scoring run was set up by Daniel Sorensen's 36 yard interception return. Deshaun Watson drove Cleveland to the saints 15 in the final minute, but he was sacked on fourth down with 19 seconds remaining.
"sorensen" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Justin. I wouldn't do that way. And that's the beauty of the kingdom of God, right? We get our own inspiration and direction and but this is just how one guy did it, right? And so hopefully it stimulates some thought and further inspiration that might lead them the same direction or maybe different directions. So it's all good, right? It is. And that's part of the beauty of just the way the church is set up. And that's what one of the things that I love about it is we each can receive the inspiration. We're also unique in our circumstances and our congregations that as much as we listen to a podcast to find out what to do or as much as we try to research and stuff. We can all still at the end of the day pray and seek that guidance and inspiration and will receive it and it's not going to look the same for everybody. Yeah, for sure. Well, just last question I have for you is as you reflect on your time as a leader, how is being a leader help to become a better follower of Jesus Christ?
"sorensen" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Oh, I got tons of stuff still in this, because this is super important to me. What else do we go? We've got to trust them. We've got to let them, we've got to let them lead. We have to unleash their power. And there's so many small things that we can do to do that. One example is our young men have responsibility for the sacrament. And so our priests obviously have responsibility for blessing, our teachers have responsibility for preparing that sacrament. And we've got to be willing to let those young men fulfill those responsibilities. So so often I'll see where if sacrament isn't quite set up yet, then I start seeing some adult leaders jump in and want to get it set up because they want it to be there. That's great. And I'm glad it's set up. And we want it to be reverent and ready. For the congregation, not be a distraction, be setting up late. But the better principle is, let's teach the teachers that they need to be there and have it set up early. And if they're not, let's be willing to let them fail once or twice. Let's let them learn that responsibility. And if we let them have that responsibility, they will step up. And same thing with my pre quorum. They have responsibility to make sure somebody is scheduled to bless the sacrament. And if somebody doesn't show up at the last minute, that is their responsibility to make sure it's covered and works amongst themselves to take care of it. I remember a couple a few years ago, I was tending a stake summer camp. It was when we were still involved with scouts. And we had a group of the stake that was put together and they had called a senior patrol leader to be responsible for that whole entire stake unit. And we were at a meeting one night and they wanted to have a testimony meeting. And so the leader, the stake leader, had turned the time over to the senior patrol leader to lead that testimony meeting. And it only took about four minutes into that testimony meeting for a bunch of adult leaders to start speaking. And I could just see right off the I could see right away that as those adult leaders started speaking, the senior patrol leader felt like that responsibility had been taken away from him. And so that was one of the things that I constantly tried to teach to our youth leaders was as soon as an adviser speaks up. That effectively releases that youth leader from their responsibility.
"sorensen" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Just communicating with them constantly is an important part of that being with them. Being readily available to be able to answer and go back and forth and talk with them. In a safe space with super important. Yeah. And I just love that approach of you went to them and said, how do you want to communicate as a body? Rather than I think most people just default to a group text or a group me, which seems to work for some people, but it's interesting to hear other organizations like yours, try some other apps and things. Yeah, it was great. And that was especially with that Discord server. I probably had the most interaction with the youth when we were on that platform for that time. Awesome. What else with being with them? I think that covers all the everything else. We do the interviews that we need to do as a bishopric and all those. But the big part is just putting yourself out there and letting them know that you're there to be with them. When you're there at their activities, when you're there at the stake activities with them, they're just a real trust that you start to develop with those kids by being there with them. Anything you'd say as far as how you approach those interviews, the routine interviews is their specific question you'd ask or ways you go about it that would be worth mentioning. No, not really. We're talking with them so much. And I think that's one of the things that's unique is when we sat down to do those interviews or when I said I'm doing those interviews with them, it was just another conversation we were having. It wasn't a big event for quite frankly, it wasn't a big event for them, because I was with them, and we talked with them so much. There was just another conversation that we had. And so just another opportunity to sit down and check in and kind of see where you're at. What can I help you with? Is there anything that all that I can do to help you be a better follower of Christ? Awesome. All right, next principle is let them lead. This is the big question a lot of people have is, I don't know how to go about that or we give them too much autonomy, not enough. And so how'd you go about it? Well, I'll start off by saying what the gold standard was that I had in my mind of what letting them lead looks like. And this is what I trained my young men's young woman's presidency's on and bishopric later on. But kind of the gold standard of letting them lead is the ideal situation would be that a youth leader would not have to say a single word on Sunday or Tuesday nights. So kind of in my mind, I have this scenario where I show up to church. We have a young men's discussion happening. And things are running so well and everybody knows what's going on so much and there's so much interaction with the young men that I don't even have to say a word. I'm their present with them, but they're running everything. And same thing on Tuesday night that I can show up on Tuesday night and the activities are even planned. They already have the assignments every knows what's going on. It's their activity.
"sorensen" Discussed on WCPT 820
"8 20 home of Chicago's progressive talk. This is a W CPT a 20 heartland signal news minute. Eric Sorensen has kept the 17th congressional district and democratic hands after defeating Republican Esther joy king in a hotly contested race to replace retiring Democrat sherry bustos. With his win, Sorenson became the first out LGBTQ person ever elected to Congress from Illinois. He spoke to T's Jonas Bose before the election. We got to be able to stand up for rights. And if we don't stand up for rights, and I'm talking about even my own rights. Am I right to be able to marry my partner Sean? Could be on the chopping block. The Republicans have already shown that these are things that they want to come after. They want to come after contraception. And in vitro fertilization, we can not let that happen. And it's not just as Democrats. We as Americans can't let that happen. A 20 in heartland signal. I'm Andy miles. Hi, I'm Marcel spears. Keeping our global neighborhood safe is a tough job. One made just a bit safer with the help of America's brave military dogs. These dogs who often take the same risks and make the same sacrifices as our human warriors keep our troops safe by sniffing out bombs and IEDs. Locating enemy positions and bringing a sense of comfort and home to an almost unimaginable circumstance. Yet, when these brave K9 heroes retire, they're not always given the same treatment as our military VIPs. And our too often left overseas. American humane works to bring home these valiant dogs. And reunite them with the people who mean the most to them. Their handlers. So they can enjoy happy, healthy, well deserved retirements. To learn how you can help America's four footed heroes, visit American humane dot org. Serving my country required sacrifice, sacrifice that changed my life forever. I remember the day I came home, because of my injuries, this house wasn't right for me anymore. I remember the narrow doorways, the small bathrooms, the shelves out of reach when
The History of the Phrase, 'a Rising Tide Lifts All Boats'
"Is a book called counselor, a life at the edge of history. It's by Kennedy's speech writer's name is Ted Sorenson. And about that phrase a rising tide lifts all boats. He said that he noticed that the regional Chamber of Commerce in New England. Use the slogan a rising tide lifts all boats. He thought of pretty clever. And he said from then on Kennedy would borrow the slogan often. And Sorensen said that Kennedy is often credited with having invented the phrase he didn't, but he used it repeatedly. Also the phrase apparently has been used in the Chinese language for centuries. You know who else used to use that term? Former U.S. secretary Robert Rubin, did I mention he was the secretary of treasury under Bill Clinton, a Democrat?
"sorensen" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"Right now. And we hadn't had that before. We've had the tractors in our hawkeye wrestling club. We've had guys that would go out and get rolled up in ankle laces and not care in our club and we got Brandon Sorensen who got rolled up by James green last night, but I'll tell you what, I don't have a problem with that. You know why? Because I know it means a lot to him. He didn't roll over. He didn't quit, because he was at the consolation side of a racket. And so when you have that and then you have, you know, if there's a disagreement, it's behind closed doors and then you're moving forward. And when you have people that, when they're meeting your fans and your supporters, you know, they're talking the right way with the right message. In anything that's caddy Wonka's to that, you gotta be careful there. You gotta be careful there. So that in terms of affirmations, there was a really believing as a team as an individual believing that you're the best in the world. Did you, I'm sure you had detractors, yet people that continued after 5th grade. And that's probably where my hatred of losing Trump's my love for winning. Because I wanted to shove it up their rear end, bad. Yeah. And the thing is, is we maintain a high level and there's very few programs, Oklahoma state. Ohio State now, Penn State. I mean, there's four programs that try to win a national title every year. And that's it. And these these other teams and get up and they got a good team and they get up and they get going and then when things don't go well, okay, we're going to do it next year. Or this is a down year. We're going to get right. We're three years out. So no matter what you're fighting for. We do. And we haven't won. And you say, well, we won in 8 years. Well, you're right, we have it. But look at our results are better better than anybody out there and it's besides Penn State and it's because of our mentality and because we have great people. Morningstar, Bobby telford Terry brands, our medical team, even. Our strength coach quin Holland were all on the same page..
"sorensen" Discussed on AmigosPC
"Out of sure this my god. It was chilly morning. In your feet to destroy. It's just really hard to say for our last question. What is a piece of information that you have learned in your life feels illegal to know. Oh wow if. I told you i'd have to kill ya perfect answer. I think that this chase. There's a lot of really great little nuggets. They of knowledge of international law. Kind of things. You might know maybe over in australia. That maybe we don't. Yeah because i as a pied acta. It's really really interesting to to have all of that. Inside knowledge act. That must be day. One of the hr training. Yeah absolutely absolutely. I think it's particularly funny. But i think it is a pair of knowledge that has biked on nodal consistently for a few years and our show fries trivia question for you. I saw which countries previous capital is an anagram of its current capital. I'll give you a clue. It's not in america. that's all i know so. They don't teach us anything outside of america. They don't teach us anything else. But what's what's in our coast to coast here so that's gonna be hard and that is hard. It's japan because it was not kyoto and tokyo. Okay that's the anagram. Now auto obviously not having. The effect on us did on ebay. Just wait all. My god never saw that. That's my elderly deliberate. We were a little slower day funding education. And i liked that. So maybe me and marker going lightbulb at later. Oh that's what he meant. No i get it. it's just dumb. i'm just too dumb to be like. Oh yeah it's all locked it anyway just softer sex. Well i locked it anyway. It was good for me and so she didn't have fun. Yeah cab money's on the counter o one hundred hundred on the dresser. It's on the dresser. You know know you send the uber and you give him five stars. Thanks picking up trash. Feel some opening already. That was a great. It's a great way to end the show. It's a show the difference can you do you have or what is my bright. Tom is an actor. Yeah thank you for coming out. Even though that was kind of an awful way to kind of everything that was perfect summed up both countries literally culturally accurate. Yes it was right on target. If you could if you could tell us if you got anything coming up this episode drop three weeks from today. I could just tell us what type of anything he have. Coming up where we can find you anything else you want to promote shine low. Self promotion is something that actors very good at. You can fly everything at ben arnson one dot com because some other boston took ben soerensen now. Dan sorenson one. And also you can check out mawae socials as well. They're all abedin's arnson one too. Because i've actually really genuinely embraced. It signed definitely check it out online. Show coming up. I've got If you are applied actor. Or i've got some other shows that you can buy Which is kinda funny. Because he's saying actors buying tickets to say other actors act as actors in a three exception. Basically it's brilliant. We have hall comedy festivals and stuff. So this really good. Wow so yeah ben johnson. One dot com. Oh benzon everything's. I'll be acting president. Wow i love how you put in a guy who promoted a product who really loved hookers after we had talked about paying and getting rid of our thank you it was not lost up here i love it. Thank you for this. He probably moved here. That's probably why and then started hanging out with hookers and then go into the dark side. Ashtec florida and well. Yes thank you goes out. This has been the migos. Pc make sure to like subscribe in review us on all your podcasting platforms and visit us at amigos pc dot net get our entire library of content and amigos merge till next time audio..
"sorensen" Discussed on AmigosPC
"All of them rather than going diversified go into other areas. That are better for the environment. That non-sustainable the don't have an end point. They guy let's just mow on more and hotta and then fall on different people to sell it. That's true because our existing clients alibi abaya stuff anymore screw them. Let's go blind. Someone else wants to buy stuff. And i'm just going. That doesn't make economic sense. It's hotter for mining companies now to get on backing and funding from banks because it's not a good investment who's going to buy your call on this fifty year project. Which is this mine. And we've got a lot of the countries. Seventy percent of the country said australia deals with have zero emissions target and we sell them the things that create their emissions logic would sati that maybe a customer's looking for some other options. Yeah so you make good point. Yeah as far as it sounds like. We're heading that a bad path. Right what are your thoughts on like. Elon musk and the bay's os and the richard bransons were trying to go up into space and basically seem like they're trying to leave our planet. Do you think they possibly know that. Something's up that maybe our time is running out more than than the most. Yeah there's many to rome. And i think that it's very very different. When you have the racehorses to guy or i fucked this planet i'm just this picking you one much of his counter that muslims are pretty much were dealt the hand we have but then part of the problem we have and why outlander is in the state that it is in is because all jeff and alone and richard and all of those insane as now what trillion eight. I'm cases in. Yeah we fucked up. Let's play this. I'm again on another planet. That's the problem i think. Part of the problem is as america. Look at minimum wage. And even in australia and i got what how. That's really rough. How can anyone that you are hiring. Focus on the job that you are buying them to do if they have to other full-time jobs as well account i'd rather price on promptly to do one job so they can focus on it and do it promptly then now that my staff Starving which is just totally totally unethical and while that any culture would do that to people within their own community side. yeah nobody talks about is maximum wage. Oh okay yeah limit. Limit on how much they can possibly make. I don't want to pay my book. A flip a livable wide. Because my big mac will end up costing twenty dollars. Yeah no it wind we have i think livable wages and abbots on not twenty dollars the proportionately the same process yours does it mean that the company can ripen pillage less. Yes but why do we need another. Benny yeah yeah. What do you do the lamenting you. Just sit in the bank. You don't do anything where you buy and sell people like you go tomorrow with him is good all it's left right. I mean once you had everything you'd go tomorrow might be avon's got some issues some insomnia or something like that so he's to we can work rest and play. That is true. That's probably possible. Both something on those lines so yeah so the maximum wide something we talked about so we saw on wanna pie someone a livable. Wjr to flip a burger because my burger could be too expensive but that same company also has a say That's probably thirty. Forty million dollars a year so illogical argument that doesn't make sense. Maybe they say could survive somehow on fifteen million dollars a year rather than thirty million dollars. A year of that money would go to paying wide a now. You stop could have shoes or food or just. you're right. i'm i'm tired of my donald's employees not having shoes. I hate that. I know. And i i get so mad when i see them with no shoes terrible. I even mad at when when i say them with no shoes and a missing child and i've got an extra nugget that went just want to get into some of these questions kind of derail mostly conversation. Thank you for some insights on your podcast. Both of them in the. Yeah the wildlife for australia with everything that you've actually explained today in essentially what's trying to kill you and not kill you in australia and all of the natural disasters and other things that are going on you leading huge case of showing that australia israel one of the things that we have here on our show being. It's just a running skit. We ended up asking a local rapper. And one of your states there. His name's mugsy. We asked him one time. Drunkenly is australia real. And we've continued this question and kind of making a running skit because a lot of people you don't want either a lot of people don't they haven't been there. It's unknown them and those that have you coming from the state's going to where you are. They get on a plane for eighteen hours and then they land somewhere and they don't know exactly where they land. They think it's australia but they don't know so being kinda tongue-in-cheek with everything very true very with the evidence that you provided today essentially you did show us that australia israel but i still wanted to kind of bring that up and a lot of flatter thurs also. Don't think and sorry if you're flatter i don't want to offend or anything but i don't even can finish that sentence a lotta flat oath is done. Think i agree i agree. Yeah when you pay much that you think the planet is the same shape as i paid up a love. Broad love it. So you're obviously not flutter so i guess it comes into the of aspect of how do you explain to wait flatter that austrailia israel. There's a way i guess not. Look i get it again. And there's a lot of stuff on the internet that says that we're opined act is he. And you know heard that totally ran with that. And i've gone i cool. I'm totally okay with not existing being paid act death. So i've got all these reservoirs. Yeah that's that's put that on twitter or on your resume or your bio that. You're in australian. Paid actor to be there an actor. What do you do for a living on. This is what i do. Yeah that's it. Every time people look at australia asmi normal. Chip and june are the hottest. Bob is sitting in the back yard. Looking up for the satellites is like from google. And then i almost art joe on get to work for this because the satellite consensus yard as really tough. It's so tough and worst of all. I've got all these invoices for my time as an act door and knowledge pine them son are whoever says the way after. I wanna know who is paying these actors because i would like to send them my invoices simply exist in so i can pay a high tide act up in my country. I love them. I got nothing so at the moment. I've just hollywood bad debts With all of these invoice dawn. We're calling business right.
"sorensen" Discussed on AmigosPC
"The anti superman if you could say Ben sorenson comedian and voice seller from australia. Can you just introduce yourself a little bit and and let us know who you are. The anti superman i like that. That's why use that and the best news that gets an excuse to wearing the underwear on the ad saw which a lot of total win. Thanks for having me on the show. It's just such such a wonderful experience to be on your shots missing. Gobble the podcast reverend chats. Well that's the thing I'll walk through the world and try to get paid to have a reverend chats such that but Yeah my world's a little bit eclectic. So i've got a lot of the anytime stuff or are at the time and stuff hosting live events all over ustralia and i would go into nationally but i'm not allowed to at the moment In fact i'm not allowed to go lots of places at the moment could've save the spicy cough. I'm doing a fair bit of Voice avas I'm doing bought a few local shows which is really great and There's a little bit of film work that we're doing some pre production on so that's exciting. I'm keeping myself busy. Which is nice. And i've also got a crossword puzzle. Started about ten years ago. That yet to finish. But i i just don't want to finish say because you know when you rush things. The quality starts to suffer a little bit definite definitely says mitchell started with crossword puzzle. Yeah i can only imagine. Yeah are you one of those people with crossword puzzles. Like you have to ask the person next year or something to to get a clue as to what it might be or is it. Because you've been doing it for so long that good. I'm i'm not that good. And do i suppose the next may because i used the crossword puzzle as small told god so this is how you can take a reverend band or into your daily life is by taking whatever qu- crossword question it is and starting the conversation with the random person next to you about that generate a rod day icebreaker. I like it yet. But they do get saas when they give you the answering rotterdam wait a minute. Are you do the crossword puzzle. Or what are you doing crossword puzzle. That's a great idea. Let's do crossword puzzle crazy. I think that's handy. It's a little more difficult with seductive johnson but crossword puzzle pretty good. Yeah didn't work so well for me of essays because My crossword puzzle was singlish and everyone else speaking. Brench my a little hobby. Yeah pick you language right. Yup rookie mistake make sense. You had stated that due to the spicy coffee making the assumption you're talking about Cova correct yes and that the new tell us. 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But i couldn't get back into my state without a two week hotel quarantine and i don't want to go to a hotel quarantaine because we don't have designated quarantine facilities here and people actually catch covet in the quarantine facilities. What kind of defeats the purpose of the corentin facility. If you catch the very thing that you're not meant to be catching saw but having said that we are very lucky that the steitz the individuals diets have stepped up to provide the best corentin facilities. They can It's the federal government. Here that's gone. Dr really want to spend some money on these current facilities. That's been a bit of adult but then our job in politics. It also seems like it's a. It's a running joke almost the way that you just described it because that here at least in the states like we thought something like that was going to happen and at one point almost there especially in more liberal states like illinois and california with warranty new york another being on another one like that it it just seemed like they were going to those leaps and bounds and people are like driving around like in. I stopped you. You gotta stay and it sounds like that's actually taking place where you're at which is funny but also kind of depressing because and scary scary because i it's just. This is the first literally the first time that white people have been told what to do. And i wonder what's so you know not it's just it's vero so preservation. Yeah how dare you odd here. You got rights. Yeah you do you don't. I'm protecting them cave you live. It's not gonna get ya not yet. At least not yet. They're still in their contained within. I'm done the nas. Warm lot lizard people do like i wonder if they got a bake in like a s alarium or something. I can stein notes and toasty warm. Listen to call. But yes it. But we digress. Vote restricts really funny so they was. I con on the weekend in sydney. Which i didn't go to because the sydney was becoming a halt spot and now they've canceled the next show which is next weekend in perth simply because purpose closed their borders to people coming from sydney. Oh wow so pretty. Invention that's just cancelled as far as like the cases of it because here it's it seems like it's down but i mean who knows i'm really pleased to say that You got some great vaccination right and less dense. Because it was so heartbreaking to say i first world western country that has very few impediments to obtaining whatever it needs Still have the death right. That did so. That was just really sad. So it's really great to say the egos on dropping dead laws by over here because we were a little solo island. 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"sorensen" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"You just heard from patrick mahomes entire kill and now we continue on with daniel sorensen followed by willie gay. Here's dan sorenson. How's it going. How's the doorman so far skin. Yeah the kid. Yeah i i do i sleep. Good the defense. Early camp Yeah i think Two perspectives perspectives. One third year in the system. We have a lot of veterans in similar roles of Position for us so a lot of experience in that regards and then a lot of young guys that are filling in nicely stepping up learning the system and making plays going in the same hatred the league in notice. How much see progress. Yeah he's picking up The defense really. Well which is you know. Probably the first hurdle for rookie right as you know the understand the scheme and how to play in the system and he he's done that very well he's he's a high energy high effort guy so He's he's been flying around you know making plays and Yeah and they're giving opportunities to do that. Background efficient yes I know zane from obviously from byu and training there in the summers and whatnot. So it'll come to me and ask questions and you know. I love giving advice and experience passing it along to the next guy everything that i've learned and the experiences that i've had which is a lot And just trying to coach them up when when he runs into something that he's struggling with or need some guidance I've been. I've been trying to help them in that. What is patrick. Train quarterback given. You're probably not gonna see many. Yeah this is this is actually. It's really great for our defensive. Deal to go patrick. And the offense and coach read their scheme and the amount of past plays in the schemes that they draw up. It really challenges us and which is great because we can. We can tighten up. We can adjust. We can focus because we know going into the regular season we might not face such a pass heavy pass. Pass heavy proficient throwing offense So if we if we can get all that working in that that training in now It'll be really good for us. During the season i obviously i got here. This may exceed what you even hopeful that been still around after all these years starting for simple way beyond what you thought you know. I i wouldn't say i put limitations on what my expectations were So i'm just taking it moment by moment enjoying the ride. It's been great. So far. I love it and i look forward to With you know continued to grind and continue to work with this team. And you'll accomplish more we. We've done a lot but we're not done yet. No i talk about football. You got football question. That'd be great that that's kinda out of my wheelhouse three super bowls when you look at yourself on absolutely. There's always room for improvement. There's always things we can get better on it and focus on You know yes. It's everything right like you're not perfect in any any regards. I think Biggest thing is thirty in the system. We got a nail down the details right. When you have success and repeated success it's about being very detail oriented About your scheme and knowing your stuff and so so. That's kind of the focus is taking it to the next level right really polishing up what we do and that's what training camps for relieve trained in. What did you anything come here. Just like that question right like you. Just you just find ways to to do more to detail things a little better. So i'm i'm always trying to look for improvements and it's a lot of things that you do take care of your body but i'm always trying to stay on top of it of wonder from. Let's make from the team. We got a lot of guys on the team out without necessarily beauty. You know. I don't really care to answer that question. If you've got a football question that'd be great. That's the end for you guys. Dave merit green room. He brings a lot of experience coach. Mary he was saying this is like his twenty ninth training camp and so he knows ball He knows how to coach the secondary. And i think what. What's the best thing about coach. Mary's he knows how to encourage guys out to get the best out of them To coach them up in a way that they can they can Improve and Kind of take coaching and take it to the field. So he he's everything for us in the secondary and he he's been a great leader for us respect one tournament. Great success last year nardi so together with three six view and looked beach even better this season. Yeah i think the coach is right The ideas that you use people skill set to their advantage. Right and and i think they. They've done that really well. Putting us in in a position where we can use our strengths to help the defense And you know. I would say everybody's versatile right so we can play multiple positions and so They do a good job of putting us in positions but also allowing us to move around and did you different things. based on our skill set so The coaches do a fantastic job of getting guys in the right spot. Got hurt late last year. What was it like wasn't suck man. I was actually at home. I know kobe started cove visit happening. for some reason i could travel know. Don't be uncomfortable me with the need injury on the plane so being at home having to watch the game and then you know of course losing it is i really just you know committed myself to this year and i really wanted to be a lot different. Feel like oh yeah. I'm good second year. Keeping that confidence is really. We've seen he may highlight bellevue mutual preventable off season. And all these man honestly last year. I'd be honest man. You know you have confidence as a player because maybe doing this your whole life. But we can't prepare like you normally do when you don't get that you get a new playbook competence down allied no so having ta having his good training county where we're at right now man learning even more it up a lot so you know and being grammatically being able to understand his game enough to make plays you know it really helps so recognizing things quickly yours likability..
"sorensen" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Come down to playing football man like you really gotta know release says you got no take fundamentals about the game. You just can't be like any fast guy out here just releasing and just doing things like you really got another game so talk today. A little bit about he's seen a different the maturity behold. Yeah you're three. What have you seen from him on. Field meeting rooms all that mcconnell charity. Mccoll man like i said He has like we all have that mentality of just wanting to compete and like challenge each other so like each and every day he comes out here like he wants to listen. He wants to learn from my bill. The guy the older guys so and and As far as like meeting rooms like he's locked in each and every day like he's asking questions he's doing this. He's doing that so i mean the same thing for me like i told him i look. If you wanna be great man you gotta be coaching dollar. You can't come in this league and like thank you all like. I know you was the second round. Pete boom boom boom coach. You say you gotta do this on your route. You do it. I don't care if you got open like there are always ways that you can get better off their route. You know what i'm saying. So he's taking that to another level and like he's listening and like he's just he's doing awesome with it. Yeah get a lot of speed. You don't do enough credit for the armed. Translate that data. Pay attention to the cove to speed into the it out. I don't know man. I mean i guess i always had it. You know. I guess. When i came here you know coach. We like he like unlocked. Something maybe the like None of my coaches ever did including my dad so that he was bad so Yeah i just. I just worked hard and and just wanted to be like i just wanna be like you know some of the guys that i used to watch. Tv so last year terrific man feels great. Get the fans back out here. Cheering lau so As a player when it's ninety nine degrees out here man best what we need because like i say we know all of us got that mentality of never quit but like when you got a deep ball and you catch you in the fan star screaming you like. Yes i got about tim o. Plays today so like it's like it's like motivating a little bit about that. Yeah what does that kind of thing. That i don't know man. I just feel like if i quarterbacks like we all got to believe in it you know so. I just let me going out and knowing that i got a corner on my my quarterback telling me i got some different. I gotta believe in the door. So that's i'm mentality man as a leader you know. So if he believes that we can go to twenty and all weekend and definitely like we all bleed it. We don't want to.
"sorensen" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Third full team practice up in saint joseph today at missouri western state university and after practice we got to hear from four chiefs. Patrick mahomes wide receiver. Tyree kill safety. Daniel sorensen and linebacker willie gay. So you'll hear from patrick mahomes and tyreek hill. We'll take a quick break and you will hear from daniel sorensen and we'll he gave the first up. Here is the quarterback of the kansas city chiefs. Patrick mumps started a couple years. Back was kind of and then kind of build relationship with the league's The people over there at sporting just loving the way that they they run their business and how they kind of really invested into that team and then my world of soccer Starting with brittany That i really wanted to be a part of it and she had the k- In wwl team. That's hurting and i wanted to do my own thing in a sense and And then always supporting the kansas city community. I mean it's such a big part of the community with the soccer community that we have here so it'd be a part of that. Was something special really over. Yeah that's exactly what it is. The community community has embraced me from day. One when i was on alex and they were support. Analogy still showed me love. Then whenever i came into the starting role l. believed in me and so i wanna show that same love back to the community. They've shown me this entire here. Football your owner of this football team gets out because seventy conversations yet. Fc dallas where we we haven't yet. i don't even. I wouldn't even think about that not until you just said that. But i'm sure there'll be a little little robbery there. I think they play literally like upcoming week. So we'll we'll kind of have a friendly will robbery in that sense. But at the same time i mean he he's a he's a great owner and clark and he's a great guy so just be more nothing more than friendly little robbery. Wide receiver are cheap for. Yeah i mean ways have been able to come in and then really executing is the big thing. Obviously he's super talented He can make the plays but he's been able to jump right in with with our played. Look where you know. Co treat isn't isn't slowly now and he's been able to execute make big plays Making contested catches at someone. Has that speed make contested catches a out on the field goals. Yeah i started that kind of mental health in your mind stuff in college. Kingsbury actually had a coach. Kinda guy come in and talk to me about different things in order to meet the folk how focus. I'll put things in perspective. And i kind of stayed with that. I'm to try to talk to different people. Talk to guys that have been talking to the top of the sports in every sport That have come along and and just learn from them and and then at the end the day at the time that you can enjoy with yourself with your family. And i think that's up in big and that's why all seasons. I do my workouts. And do everything i need to do. But i spend that time because i know when i come here. I'm fully embraced in football. Yeah it's been going. Well i mean. I think this is the best how to do it. Especially gets spags defense for the very multiple throw a lot of different looks at you have to know when you can hold the ball a little longer and take that shot and get the baud your hand and let these guys make plays in blessed enough to have a lot of good players around me so all get the ball in my hands. those guys are usually making things happen. Yeah that's that's a lot of money. I'll say that I knew that it was going up for auction. I found out to go for that much and shows that businesses been growing forever and i remember clutching cards. A little kid with my dad and to see that how it's really blown up these days guys like widely and stuff like that opening those boxes. I it really is a cool thing to see especially when it has your name on it. I'll about all out there. But i mean i don't know the internet of those dues do that may definitely use it as an investment. I'm sure they'll try to sell it later for more money by after good about this. The other day remark that convey that keeping doing a sense. I mean you do in the sense that you're trying to win every single day And that starts out here in training camp. If you i mean every single year i come into it. I'm trying to win every so again. I'm trying to go twenty. No nineteen or whatever it is It's really hard to do this while it has been done. Really one time But at the same time you're trying to go with that mentality of your win every single day so that when you get to those games as you have the best chance to win every single game you said it out loud here and haven't said it out loud here. I mean. I think i here and they understand it but at the same time you gotta keep it in perspective. We understand a long process going throughout this entire season So trying to do whatever we can to win every single day as practiced film room whatever that is put us in the best opportunities..
"sorensen" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"It. I would love that. Let's get a bit more unusual. So let's not yet eat notice getting to talk about pet peeves. Quirks weird talents will start with quirks. What's something a little quirky about your personality that maybe friends or family teammates somebody you out for. That's just it's who you are. Walk really fast off that quite a bit. I think why they tend to be. I'm not very patient person Some working on. It's like going to walk get somewhere easily. If i'm walking with people there like we slow down. That i'd say that's the most commonly called out for Most often you're probably like well. This guy just like spit out the damn questions already. That that's great. I i i would say. Common pet peeve for people is slow walker. So you don't have that problem so that's good. Yeah right better than that. Maybe yeah what would you say is a big pet peeve of yours kind of goes inpatient but i like people like pandora go over the place like that's not communicating. Great like not like getting to the point is communication style about are kind of direct in understand things and I don't know the business run. A lot of there's a lot of jargon consultants and this or that and the day you want to clearly understand things just get to the point Communication wise so guy goes back to the inpatient components but clearly articulating things back to like marketing perspective. Can work wonders like just the words seed based in just those two words are so descriptive in that came from an insight. And then we're talent so this could be. It's kinda party tricks as well. But what's something you really good at like. You just have a knack for but it doesn't really impact your business at all so this is kind of out of left field but i can stay in a an asana. I think much longer than normal person. Go make fan saunas. But i think my son a threshold. A he'd dreadful is is higher than the normal interesting. What do you think causes it..
"sorensen" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"Macaw what's the official Of the icon there so it's parrot and goes back down on jimmy buffett sand big fans music and just is lifestyle. I dislike plays music in bligh's boats He's the man so yeah so. They called his fans parrot heads and kind of your thinking up something that we wanted to kind of put you know kind of the brand logo. Dak van the mind the parents of all a little bit as we grown but You know people people go nuts about the parrot like a hat that we saw kind of says paradigm Has the meaning to jimmy buffett in also kind of fun vibrant colours parrots also eat seeds. So that's know component but really gravitate towards the parrot when we got. That's an amazing fit. There you did mention go nuts so technically they don't go nuts but no you're saying yeah who doesn't wanna have a nice snack when thinking about like a tropical vibes tropical location so i dig that at school. It's got the personal tied to when you think about your journey with blake seed based so far besides kind of the the past year and all the challenges there. because that's that's kind of like the easy answer. Would you say has been the most challenging thing that you've had to overcome so far. I think a lot of is just prioritize Linked team me just as of this week. We have three full time people For that we at two so the most challenging thing. You're juggling everything right. You're doing the counting and marketing and selling in all this stuff and it's just kind of learning what really focused on what matters in what will move business forward in kind of ignoring the. I think i've got a lot better at that This last year especially But as kind of constant battle was like you know you could spend time on every part of the business but you have to kind of take a step back and say what what will really propel us forward. And what's the right thing to do right now. That's such a challenge. It's it's a good problem to have when you're kind of like that busy in growing in that way. That's something. I'm seeing with my podcast. Production businesses kind of getting to that point of of needing more help and realizing that you can't do everything yourself even though you you do wear so many hats. What's been helpful for you. As far as getting multiple fulltime hires growing. Your team like that alive is doing things at first like by myself and Allies lot is about understanding your strengths and weaknesses in being honest about that so for example like operation in certain things or blake word..
"sorensen" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
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"sorensen" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"I think that way. There's just some context that makes it hard. I mean part of it is our biology and how we get into our very human ways of being which can be unhelpful. I think that We also all have our history and our patterns. That are just really easy to kind of fall back to even the unworkable ones. The ones that are not working so well in our lives like There's usually something keeping it going. And so i think yeah it's just dumb. It's just really easy. Sometimes to slip into our old patterns and habits that are maybe not so helpful. And then i think there's real external barriers speaking of context as well like there's real external barriers. Because sometimes you know take the pandemic for an example right affected different people differently. Some people weren't super affected by the pandemic because they could go about their lives and in working in you know a virtual worlds or they had a lot of financial resources or you know and then for some people. There was external barriers. That really made it worse for them. And that's not something that you have a lot of control over often. So i think that that's the other thing that in no way are we saying like you're going to read this book and then all of a sudden you're gonna come like a psychologically flexible ninja and you can just like take on the world right. It's it's more about giving giving some tools and ideas even in the face of some external obstacles. How how you can help yourself out. And i think you know an example of that may be something like You know. I think about it like new parents and their sleep deprived and they have this baby. That's really demanding on them. Maybe they feel like they need to go back to work and the pressures of balancing going back to work or having a baby or having another child or having now the financial demands of being apparent where psychological flexibility could help would be helping you get organized around just in this moment right here right now. What's most important to me. And what's my next move. That i need to make and so i do think that there's real life things that make it hard to be psychologically flexible and i feel that in my own life all the time so i know that other people do too..
"sorensen" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"Normal to have these feelings and have these kinds of things and think what we really wanted to do through sharing personal really like day to day examples for the most part and we wanted to just have some things that other people could see them salsa to and it's partly just us sharing about ourselves but then also partly. We were hoping that people would say oh. I'm not the only one who sometimes you know. Has these moments. And i think that We do that on the podcast as well. And i do think it feels vulnerable at times. And there's this question of like. Do i sound district way and this and that and you know giving feedback to each other and that kind of thing. Definitely a little scary. Sometimes we were doing it for a reason. And that's the psychological flexibility part right. So the psychological flexibility being willing to feel that vulnerability and By putting myself out there in the service of what. You're saying this really intentional. Use of self disclosure. And i think is therapist. That's there's this fine line right because you don't wanna be using self disclosure just for like. Let me tell you about what happened for me this week. But you wanna be using self disclosure. Because either you're modeling vulnerability or you wanna create closeness. You want to create. This is a safe place for you to disclose and that really. I'm not on some like mountain up here looking down at you have succeeded at something that you aren't succeeding at but really. I'm right along the rock face with you. And i'm climbing my own rock and you have your own rock over there so i think that that's also. The function of the story is w side which is really a really nice way of saying it. Say i mean the book is such is so great on so many levels in terms of instruction it made me feel closer to the two of you and help me to get to know you can also just round the material to light so i was wondering if you each would be willing to read a vignette.
"sorensen" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"Bite-size reading things that are like understandable. That was the aim is to just kind of break it down into a simpler way of thinking about some of these and it passes the mom test but then also passes the psychiatrists psychologists expert tasso. Doi- we were reading the book we pass it along to a friend to give a testimonial to who's who's a psychiatrist at a huge big name school and she was wanting to give it to her friends to us as well. So it's it's both the mom tests but then approved by people like y'all show. Dr sean wrote in endorsement. Well we did. Yeah we wanted to stay also very true to the science in the. Yeah i mean Substantial parts of it too at the same time we don't wanna get back to. This stepped procedure of the german on in some of the habits at it guides you in building. 'cause i was struck. That robin walser. Who's been A repeat guest on our podcast at wrote that wonderful forward for your bucket of discipline. Some curious what the to review its say about. Why is it so important. Psychological flexibility and when advice do you have for folks who feel that. They lacked discipline when they become this book. And they say well i. I'm not disciplined. What advice do you have to them. I'll take that one. Because i actually have a rock in my office. That says discipline on it. And it's one of actually the six party matthias in buddhism where are disciplined generosity. Meditation A number of different sort of philosophies. And when i think about discipline actually think about it more in maybe in a different way than other people would would think about the term discipline. Actually think about disciplined from a place of kindness and compassion. And as i think rondo merwin talked talked about this on our show quite a bit that attuned parent that caring parent and we read about that in the book w a bit of how to be in a tuned parent..
Chiefs rout Broncos 43-16 as Mahomes barely breaks a sweat
"The chiefs led from wire to wire thumping Denver forty three sixteen the Superbowl champ showed off their resourcefulness getting points from offense defense and special teams coach Andy Reid when all three phases can contribute like that that's tough to beat and that's how the boys got to where they were hurt you know it is a live issue there but I wasn't all offense but it was everybody contributing and that's a big thank well racking up their tenth consecutive win over the Broncos Casey got a fifty yard pick six from Daniel Sorensen and Byron Pringle returned a kickoff one hundred two yards Patrick Mahomes threw ten yards to Tyreek hill completing a TD pass into seventeenth straight game the chiefs go to six and one well the Broncos fall the two and four Bruce Morton Denver
White House or Fight House? Tevi Troy’s new book looks at tiffs and turf wars among White House staffers
"With us and we're gonna talk about that you know the fussing and fighting vet says going on in the White House and don't think for a second that that's exclusive to Donald trump's administration you know it's kind of interesting anytime it's its whatever you're closest to write in history and other things they have to be the worst you know and so Donald Trump his administration's wise it just has to be the worst all the fussing and fighting in in fighting that's going on like no other president before well before you really jump that shark and think that that is the case then you start believing you're hyperbole I once you get your hands on this new book called White House from doctor Tevye Troy bestselling author and former White House adviser okay he's been on the inside he's known as and researched and studied this and he's right about now with his book White House rivalries in the White House from Truman J. trump Dr Troy welcome to the show good to have you with us thanks bill Bradley on talk about played out hello this is this is it this is exciting you know that you know to put this out because you know this conversation has come up from time to time and you always hear from you know the hyperbolic that downhole trump is the worst ever and then you you start bringing back some of the the stories and histories and now here it is you've documented it I imagine if you wanted to go back even before Truman we we have to do episodes inch you know volumes of all the fussing happening in the White House right no absolutely and and we know that they were fighting before experiment where we are perfect I mean you look at the administration of Washington and Hamilton and Jefferson murder each other's throats but the difference is they were cabinet members and when I try to get that in my house how the dynamic change once we had the creation of a White House staff there was no real White House staff before Roosevelt and Truman the first person to enter the White House staff and make change the dynamic in that certainly you have the people who are close to the president meaning in the same building advising him on foreign policy and economic policy and then you might have a treasury secretary or spectators biggest ticked off that somebody else is inviting in his area that was one thing that changed in that that meant that I wasn't quite interesting to note that that the dynamic in the entrance of more humanity just because the more issues right yeah look and government was growing mistake became higher and then also you have this right the best celebrity White House aide the whole idea of a White House staff was supposed to be people with a passion for anonymity but that went away pretty quickly especially in the Kennedy administration when he hired people who are already famous like orcas lessons or to work in the White House is suddenly how celebrity White House they had its own reputation has long ties to the craft and they they could get their word out there if the policies were not going their way and to suddenly you have this idea of leaks and counter leaks you can make you look good in the press and that also at the White House right now make that I talk about the book in the course that is continued and become almost like a to the degree of a tender green black belt when you talk about all this and leaking and stuff going on you know but bad enough that it happens in DC but now of course with the most recent refill we understand that even ambassadors in our state department is running rampant with it as well yeah well you talk about ten degree black belt and that that was Henry Kissinger I'll tell you one great story that's been quite how's that Kissinger was dating Jill St John a very attractive bond girl actress Mandy comes out in the papers that Kissinger's dating this woman and Kissinger ghost and extending complains that his rival Christy William Rogers leaked the information about your retaining but the truth is that your lease it because a he wanted everyone to know he was dating that the truck the bond girl would be he wanted to hurt Rogers any internal wars and bribery deposit so what happened what was it what was the conclusion that well well written exam would rail about all the leaking that happened at the state department and constant complained about it but just not your fat it but at least some of the time we know the kiss your will the guy doing the leaking and then blaming the state department and of course everybody knows because your date of birth second longer up there with a win win corrective measure like you would can degrade black belt in Plato's exactly so he gets the he gets the reward and the award let's talk about president Truman we touched a little bit on that I mean he he he was I guess the modern era of the expanding the staff and and really kind of bringing this into play and of course it's just been kind of kind of a a monolith that like the blob is just been growing unto itself right yes Sir but instrument you have the right there were just unbelievable I don't I'm a presidential historian I've been putting this stuff for decades and the story behind in spite house were were things I'd never even heard of and one breaks during the ministration is that the secretary of state George Marshall as opposed to the recognition of the state of Israel which is flabbergasting to update the business interest on July especially right there at that critical time because it was true and that led the battle for inferred knowledge meant of Israel that would that would be very fight with marshals on the wrong side of it Clark Clifford a junior White House beat it on the right side of it make an argument in front of Clifford Clifford and Truman and Marshall are all arguing out in the White House Clifford wins the argument Truman recognized Israel Marshall is still mad that he never again the clippers or mentions his name for the rest of life right yeah right because so it's pretty petty but yeah such as such as you can't be the government the illusion of the Kennedy Camelot regime you said was not devoid of conflict as well of course in Kennedy do you have this notion of Camelot music wonderful people sitting around a table can you never even heard the term Camelot elections administration that comes from our interview that took place after the administration after he was dead yes but even in the administration there was fighting taking place especially between Lyndon Johnson and Robert F. Kennedy canteen was the product any would be turned general and the president brother Lynn Johnson vice president that you hated each other going back to their time in the Senate together when we can't even the lowly staffer and Johnson with the Senate Majority Leader and they had these nasty nicknames for him brought Robert if they reported Johnson is ruthless corded phone and get a canny referred to by Johnson as bunny boy really didn't like each other and they're always trying well anyway and we've known that that that tension what is it was pretty extreme there between them what else within the Kennedy at Camelot compound anything else that you discovered yeah there was a a a a rivalry between artists less intervention before they collect their prize winning historian who came to the White House when the first intellectual ever worked in the White House and then there was Ted Sorensen it was not as well known but he was closer to Kennedy and there was tension between them that continued even after the administration because the two of them we're kind of bracing to get their books out first hand stories then asked her to stop and stop writing his books but it's different in different book out first plus you're obviously would not agree and there were and the race was on and it it colored their relationship there's tension between them that went on for a long time and I got to imagine especially after the assassination these rivalries it would increase all the more would they not yeah and if there is one great story that dean Rusk with the sector state did not like that Slazenger called him brutalized in silence in meetings during the Kennedy administration implying that he wouldn't say anything that's a rough put it out there the only reason he was silent in meetings this lessons are within the facilities are respected leaker and we would talk about everything that he heard needing three wins Mr this is this is great fun Dr Chevy try I'd say it's good fun because you know the politics is just right for comedy it's it's when we take it too seriously like at times we're doing right now in this current environment then we deprive ourselves of of the little bit of humor in thank you Dr drive for presenting
Miami: Fort Lauderdale resident and Trump Associate Roger Stone To Be Sentenced Thursday
"Stone is set for sentencing on Thursday the longtime ally of President Donald Trump will receive his sentence amid an outcry of political meddling by attorney. General William Bar in criminal cases tied to trump the sixty seven year old stone was found guilty. Last fall on seven counts of lying to Congress witness tampering and obstruction. Prosecutors initially recommended that he be sentenced to seven to nine years in prison. But the Justice Department which is headed by bar intervened to reduce the sentence following criticisms from trump. The president called the initial sentence recommendation an insult to the country but the recommendation was ridiculous. I thought the whole prosecution was ridiculous and I look at others. That haven't been prosecuted or I know where it is now but when you see that I thought it was an insult to our country and it shouldn't happen and we'll see what what goes on there but that was a that was a horrible aberration. These are the I guess. The same muller people put everybody through hell and I think it's a disgrace. The Justice Department's interference has been widely controversial and received more backlash on Tuesday when the president commuted the prison sentence of former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich while also announcing orden's for seven others former federal prosecutor. Juliet Sorensen told the Associated Press that? Trump's clemencies are sending an inconsistent message. Nobody's disagreeing that. It's Daddy did in the president's power to issue these pardons and commutations. It certainly is I think the question is whether or not there is a compelling basis for doing so. They don't seem to individuals to whom society has dealt unfair hand They don't seem should be convicted of crimes where there is increasing consensus. That insist were unjust. Or especially punitive
Why the cost of airfares will never make any sense
"Listener, Jeff Sorenson has encountered even more crazy seeming airfares he found. A one way economy ticket from demo- into Seattle with a stop in Phoenix, and it was one hundred fifty dollars. Same exact flight from join to Phoenix alone costs hundred and sixty two dollars. So the airline will fly him fourteen hundred miles farther for ten dollars less to be honest. I have never understood airline pricing structures. Well, let's try to figure them out. I when you travel by bus or train the ticket typically costs more the longer the distance you're going, but with airlines says industry. Analysts Henry heartfelt at atmosphere research distance really doesn't come into it. It doesn't cost an airline twice. As much to fly you twice as far not even close. Once the plane is in the air at cruising altitude the cost for additional fuel is pretty marginal. Seth Kaplan at airline weekly says these hard to fathom fares are common on airlines own websites and also travel sites like Expedia. There are times when you will pay more to fly from Portland to San Francisco than from Washington to Hong Kong. Kaplan says tickets price at any given moment isn't based on the airlines cost to fly you from here to there. But on how many other people have already bought tickets to fly that route how many seats are left how long before the day of travel. They look at empty airline seats. When flight takes off kind of the way a bakery. Looks at bread at the end of the day. Spoilage airlines call it the airlines gonna take something for Nazi rather. In get nothing at all for it in the end, which determines airline fares is a complicated. Balance of supply and demand says Henry heartfelt. And how much competition there is between airlines to service that supply and demand on a moment to moment basis airlines or the industry that pioneered revenue management how to price each individual seat on each flight to extract the maximum economic value. So let's go back to Jeff Sorensen's flights where it would have cost less to fly from Des Moines to Seattle through Phoenix than it would to just fly to Phoenix heartfelt says there could be a few reasons for that Des Moines to Seattle may actually have more competition on it. There may be multiple airlines that can take you there through different hubs. And it's possible there could be a budget airline. But for a flight starting in Des Moines and terminating in Phoenix or some other hub airport. There may be only a couple airlines competing. So ticket prices will likely be higher heartfelt says in the nineteen ninety s several airlines actually tried to price their tickets based in part on the. Distance travelled. It lasted about a nanosecond longer distance route that has more competition just has that much more battling going on between carriers for those customers. So it's best not to try to think logically. When you're looking at air because Bill only drive yourself crazy, which is not recommended when preparing to
Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.
Illegal animal trade booms in SC, depleting turtle, snakes
"And one zero three five saturday afternoon everyone i'm c jeffers this is the sue jeffers show thank you so much for tuning in okay stan stan heads up i got i got a new business idea the last i know you didn't follow through on that but we didn't really follow yeah so minnesota's like fifth in the nation for the most tobacco smugglers member after they act up the prices of taxes on cigarettes stan and i were going to drive two states where it was cheaper and we're going to bring him back into minnesota in our truck and sell them apparently they're catching quite a few people who are doing it so maybe i'm glad that business opportunity damn excited to hear about the new one okay i got a new one so this is this is a big thing now businesses in minnesota and wisconsin are using flocks of goats to combat invasive plant species so the goats the cities and the states higher these farmers or these goat herders bring the goats to the property and they eat the invasive plants because they don't want to use chemicals and all of that kind of also probably the non plans do they well that's a details details i'm you know underground details they don't want to use chemicals but and this is okay who's this this is from ks so there's talking about these goats services listing website in one of them one of the a website run by alison and dan sorenson of wisconsin list five goats for hire businesses and they work in minnesota and they work in wisconsin the sorensen's have one hundred and fifteen goats to combat invasive plant species with the animals appetite rather than with chemicals or machinery the couple established their business in twenty fifteen after seeing a similar concept in sweden said their goats are out at four to six sites at any given time within an eighty mile radius now i think we can get some goats i think we can work cities their goats they're little things they're goltz we mom yeah they're eating all the invasive species yeah and nowhere in this article does it tell us how much the city's pay for these goats to come and eat these things no one nowhere in this article does it tell us if they eat the other plans besides how does go no if it's an invasive species or no i never knew there were that's smart but apparently they are yeah so you're not interested in the to get into the farm farming to stick to the fishing aren't ya yeah of course are okay seattle seattle continues to play its role as the incubator of bad stupid policy ideas and they became the first in the nation to impose a ban on plastic straws this this has been going on for almost a year now get this.