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"spinks" Discussed on Marketing School
"Community by using data? Wow, this is fascinating. So orbit love. It has integrations with slack Discord, et cetera. And then orbit dot AI. Do they have any integrations as well or is it just a little no, right now it lives on its own platform and essentially just functions through email. So it sends email introductions between members. And so basically, if we want to launch it for CMX, for example, we'll send out the link to everyone in the CMX community to sign up for that program and then that will start facilitating the interaction. Now, of course, what's really interesting in the community world right now is the data ecosystem and how it's developing for my entire career. There's been almost no developments in the data ecosystem, which is wild because there's so much interesting data and community. So now if you use a tool like orbit AI, I want to be able to port that data into orbit that love. So now orbit love gives me a centralized view of how are people participating in orbit AI in my Discord in my Facebook group in my events, bevy, right? How do I centralize all that data into one place and orbit that love, comms or common room? There's a bunch of new players in the space that are trying to tackle that problem fascinating. I'm going to check these out afterwards. Well, if this has been great, what's the best way for people to find you online? You can find me at David spanx on Twitter, my DMs are open. I do free office hours every Friday. So always happy to help other community builders and entrepreneurs. That's probably the easiest place to find me. All right, Dave, thanks so much for doing this. Really appreciate you having me. We appreciate you joining us for this session.
"spinks" Discussed on In The Slipstream
"Another. It's been very much appreciate it. And we're very much looking forward to that continuing the future night app. Thank you scott on Enjoyed our chat. thank you much.
"spinks" Discussed on In The Slipstream
"Foods that are again. I push you. There is no better feeling and that momentum continues through to to everyone that is i look forward to mushed. And then at the end of the day we will celebrate. Have a glass of wine or a meal. And it's it's just great collegiality the sharing of id's And you know as a coach. There's lots and lots of things. I've learned from mom from from chi-ching it just really having my e-z practice to watch working in other firms so it kind of you know we become a bit of a conduit if you like between coaching clients. Way everybody's really learning and and my job is really to pick up on the The parts that are working and and might troll that tumb everybody gets an opportunity to To grow and develop i i. Love is accountability meetings and And probably the things that will okay. Excellent anson intrude. Michael spinks fashion. You have breeze through these questions that have switched on your on your side so my intention his final pilot michael his to just rice raise the stakes little bit. Pay a fresh at a rapid five dozen questions. You of course. A veteran of this This forum Having done it once before and had to create a whole new thailand set of questions which Have a please me enormously i. We'll see how. I got the usual usual roles. Five seconds per question question. How do you get your knees. A- dialy stream on my homeboy. I've just abc news and Various news feeds. And you'll music spotify. What is being the high watermark tonight in your personal musical performances musical performances. There they they old damn hills i have. I'd i'd have a highlight. Unfortunately wash we'll go onto the next question a leisure activity that you do more all during Dan than would otherwise. Be the case. Oh am probably be a bit of a god thing or exercising in high before. Incomplete lockdown which we haven't had a lot of it would just be doing something pretty much around the heim oil pattern just kept Fit and healthy so we will always guy for war core some sort of exercise in the parks that that's just pretty much given us. I d prefer Hotels camping out in the tasmanian wilderness in particularly bracing condition. That's a trick. Question will always tied camping out. I love the simple things in life. Like win at subzero scott side. If you rephrase the question. Bob zero degree weistein camping if subzero old tiger fog style high tell it's that simple you politics complete the following sentence having a meticulously organized and kick it out campaign. Is my dream fantastic as a fault question. The best way of ensuring sick cameron doesn't domestically burst into flames is do not rayfield. You'll meth burn. Contrary to the instructions on a forty degree day when there is dry grass saw it. And you're not hi-fi dangerous on full. Okay a actually though you could come up with with several answers to that they'll take what's something you missed from. You obeys in the navy. Oh wow Not a lot of it was a long time ago but My i guess my memorable. Tom's were a spent vs seventies in the nineties. Doggies on ships. I i loved. I certainly love my my saito. I'm an and nothing better than leaving. Sydney hob for three months rose six month deployment tuning lifton heading up newell from then on the to asia the indian ocean side. I really did enjoy trips. What's the secret to creating a good hong-kook pizza. The you're you've you've you've observed me how our traits i you you you actually need to put the The tomato pie stanton knicks mice. People might this big mistake of putting bowl toppings on and cheese on top good pay. Is i Tomato advice vincis then you just a small amount of toppings. Don't too much okay. Secret took good pizza. Excellent and the secret oil has looking so we'll tend at an immaculate on. I eight will live will. Love will and just remind happy that that that's probably not sacred in law. Oh go bill answer answering the question. Does it. Five recaptured. Any tv series. That comes to mind. Might be What's his name from the the born identity. I'm jason boom jason bowen. Yeah that was the act of that. Sorry the actor was Met diamond that. That's a series that i enjoy on quite like that sort of character diamond as an act. Decide all nine. Okay are you snuck in four and a half seconds. I'm finally michael favorites upstream touching venue. And what i well be old I often use that time. Really think the bald is about making big decisions and backing yourself. and And i love the fact of just just guy there and get it and then just do it. So be bald is from testing. What brings us the into that. Chattanooga's say off thoroughly enjoyed as of the last one side. Thanks very much. The tunnel giant. Thanks indeed for what you'd be doing with extreme and the clients that you'd be waking with.
"spinks" Discussed on In The Slipstream
"And then i. During what. Tom off of thought that Retirement would be would be pretty boring. But i was surprised at how much time i actually I did fill out more die in joy. but of course My fear about. Tom was just allowing my my mind to probably tuned emotion and in fact it stems back to clone of more wealthy clients who might a lot of money in his early fifties and i did ask him not long before i retired. What was one of these greatest regrets. He said well making a lot of money too early and lauch. Because i thought that was what was What i wanted to do a lot of people in their forties. Think oh we shall. I just had millions and millions of dollars so i could retie at might a lot of money retied and and really was quite unhappy because he didn't feel caddies duckie ball. Well i probably not quite ready to give this game up just yet. So the bryce was good. Yeah so do you have any tips for other people who are planning to take a significant break from from what well do. Whether it's not covered induced euthanasia something relatively productive. I do say that if you take more than twelve months out of you'll you'll proficient very very difficult to get back into it. I've always made the choice in my professional life. That on find better off working with my skill sets then going and just doing something completely different so there are lots of things that i could do that. One i can leverage things that have got Lewd inside so. That was my m a moment premise. I if you got to take time off. I would suggest maybe nine more than twelve months because you will find that you will become relatively insignificant. Very very quickly. It's an incredibly dynamic fast. Changing will have this. You gotta take a break cape it onto twelve months and just enjoy your tone. Okay i think we can all lead from that now is aiming your current self would like to go back in time until you're super busy. Very honest and conscientious practitioner. Self i think that having a A main tool very early on in in your life Is some is important. I i was fortunate to have not not a non a formal mentor but an informal mentor. I think that guy back. Hollywood probably formalised at a little bit more it's good to Bounce ideas of off someone else Look i think. I did my best to have as based workload balances on could when i had a young family. I'm not suggesting that it was perfect. Time for those of you that feel that it is all can nigh ply that very unhealthy side. You have got to find a balance because everybody we'll get to a point all of and there's probably nothing really when i look back that i regret. I was conscious of particularly with a young family wanting to spend time with With my family that that was That was important. Having regular holidays was important did it to the best ability but that would be more more woods. Voss moore's law than just one hundred percent wig you've got a on that balance and often if you can get a good main tool in your life that the Very helpful loss that then looking ahead. The plan slipstream is to grow up coaching capacity. So we can assist more accounting and financial planning practitioners. So this means typing on one. Will the more coaches so what to you. The essential characteristics of slipstream kites that will need to be looking for. I think at criterion now Probably about roy which is having would end and exited european accounting and financial planning business. I do believe that import characteristics because the fake beco- i get from working with clients. Is that they respect the fact that of Walk the tool. And i think that coaching even coaching meetings. Today i had one this morning of a four year strategy meeting and and Which was a new client and in fact he came onboard through link. Dini so didn't come through the normal white. You've got even a chance to meet him. It's got the but hey kind through linked in and really He mentioned to me to die. That tom the reason the guy ged and services was that what was different between us and any other coaches that we Mocking the toll wave actually being in that. Same i if your rum. A coach that has actually gone out and created their. I'm business will both these Hard stops sexed off my money. Lost money head ditz. If you've done allies things. Because that's what everyone i've abc lawrence going through now. I think it's much easier to talk from a position of experience and credibility than what it is to have come possibly from a corporate background way might be having taken on the same label of risk as the very people that you're dealing with. I think bailey important characteristics of si- For another coach. Mike what are you looking forward to sit streaming the melts a hedo even beyond Well i yeah. The coaching has been a real Surprised male of enjoyed it. I knew i would enjoy but actually has been more enjoyable than than perhaps it today. It's a it's a fairly heavy would glide from talk about coming up with go next round of accountability meetings on love just saying what sort of progress firms of mine are really enjoy. Madonna joined the preparation to the accountability. Do enjoy the dies. Catchy getting the you know particularly. If you've got your your firm's prepped. And they've done they. Would they just itching to gallon Tell the risk the growth. Won't they successes iron and that level of group chi-ching that just cannot be when you're in an environment and you not. There are other.
"spinks" Discussed on In The Slipstream
"The need to have daily huddles or scrums. Somebody will call them scrums. Whatever you wanna call them but that is simple tiniest instant tiny's communication short shop to the point where you get together with by Darlene on zumo the physically number one a daily how to lower daily scrum absolutely critical irrespective of he's obviously is and secondly you've got to have at least one would fly meeting awake at least absolute minimum and then needs to be some sort of ladyship meeting held at least weekly or fortnightly That's really looking at working on business. I looking at all the the the black tom. Absolute minimum irrespective of the size of your business beyond that whether you want to run board meetings or shareholder meetings. I'm not that interested. You get the rhythm going in in a daily meeting a weekly would fly mating and a ladyship mating You will not go to wrong. Things will happen. Great so another area is pricing. Which i know that you had considerable dealings within your i. I'm firm including a a significant uplifting of pluses So what are you doing in this area with your country and cons. Well we have a program called project uplift in some will step program Often do fall prices. Go up on off. Truncated beck detain for brevity. But about i would have half of my clients. An- going through the the project uplift. And and i'm saying very good results. I think i've got one phone. That has almost completed. Erupt lifts i. Thi- have uplifted. Aranda bat a twenty four three percent uplifting face so i would be expecting some way between twenty a mighty. Thirty percent would be a very good outcome. All of the. He's the the uplift is suitable for by the counting and financial. Planning businesses will die. I find that is quite different. there is a lot more work in my opinion involved in a project. Play full financial planning business. Typically because financial planning has come from a background all very inconsistent processing some might be asset by some ivy fixed fee. somebody hybrid really the whole proc- model is to get to some consistent. Transparent pricing the financial planners the program or project uplift typically tixx a random twelve months from the on saddam. Coaching and and results should be. I minimum of twenty percent up to maybe iran. Thirty five percent full full very very ambitious foods on the accounting front. I find that the the pricing uplift is is a much much easier. Prices miceli. Because canton's i used to pricing In a particular whether it's time based oil whether it's up front about it it is a a much more straightforward program And in terms of uplift quite similar sort of results that on on saying coming through this this early stage. Let's take you through some particular situations if i might. So what goes through your mind when you encounter the following situations physically. A practitioner who notwithstanding affordable work expresses the view. It's quick to do it myself by probably daily guy. Probably don't have the confidence in the people around them. They probably at working models too hot. And i probably will hit a ceiling so if accounting and financial planning businesses are will about leverage. And the more people that you employ that can do work on your behalf generated face if you can manage a large number of people in by default the mole money. You'll you'll mike so it sounds leverage thighs that that struggled to to delegate work and tyco more work they will always be a ceiling and that will manifest itself in in fatih and and sometimes middle healthy shoes so really It's a good question. Scotland and and something that If does put that to me. I would be the they sorts things that would go to remount matt. A further in the hesitate on old comments approached to nick lawns. Then they might be very. I've been that that possibly could have some positive outcomes. But i was just dealing with a Catching claw before the some this interview. And i think a largely head that attitude that if someone had the technical skills that would type them on really no matter what and of course what we're dealing with now is cultural mismatch outside critical now that when you are on boarding people that you recruit on attitude And and they culturally So yet i'm not a great advocate of tight on anyone at all cost. Think that You need to be very careful about who you bring on board. I think that you need to make sure that the the team that you've got to pay you on board is culturally aligned and everyone can learn pretty much. Anyone can learn technical skills time. If you've got the raw people with the broad attitude now. I know that as a practitioner yourself that you ran a pretty tight ship Says gripe prices clear on the on the classics value to and steadily growing reviewed five for a long period of time so when you encounter a coaching caught that hasn't got these aspects nile sort of any any thoughts that come to non. Well i always got back to it. It possibly will be ladyship issue. I always go back to the to the old chat. What what. I've found by moyen professional career on all sides through the coaching program and a business grows When you first start off you night you eventually have to do everything. So the skill in a growing business working out what parts of your job you can chop off and give to someone else to do on your behalf that that's the skill so letting laden go is actually quite difficult for a lot of people and that that will infect the your inhibitor oil you handbrake to To grow it so it it. It's about Working to your strengths. it's.
"spinks" Discussed on In The Slipstream
"He knew he knew that threw me that. If i like to facebook page and i took his kadikoy might tell my children or my friends and my family and every day when all gone to facebook i can assure you there's a the i k forest like posting everyday and that is his message about marketing. And i think you know the things. You learn from workshops and you can say what you like about his style of marketing which is really bad litterbox drops and what not you know. They might be out of the k. Message was excellent gulled side. Good tip for anyone. I love that and you never know what you're going to get in the in the workshops but the the the the incredible thing is that it's cost him nothing to share of experience and getting value that he's combined to everyone let's layers immense absolutely and and look it took him a little while to warm up because the other thing fan and bryk y is the first four months can be heavy guy when you're talking about values and things of that nature paperwork style to lighten up when you get into your strategies and you projects but but Yes sometimes you take a few as to get into your straw. But that was a terrific workshop. Now many firms attending the breakway choose to proceed to ongoing pivotal program. Which means you get to work with them. On ongoing passes that might be helpful to the listeners. If you just a little bit of an idea of you in tim's what saudi the interaction that this program in tiles just to provide some some context well pellet bid slipstream has got the saints the three products breakaway. Which is development of the plan pillow tone which is the ongoing coaching program. And then is i personal breakaway which is looks orion personal plan side. The pillow tone is the the key offering if you like from From slipstream and and catching his all a bad accountability so full mark lawns. Coming into peleton. Once i've done they break wind up. They playing typically. I type them into now the seven steps on top of that which starts with Really looking at day governance and review looking at their factory looking at the revenue generation activities. And then they're quite a few other parts of the slipstream model. If you like that. I get firms to to work on site. If you don't have the rod paypal doing the right role in the right structure. It's going to be very very difficult to move outside. So number one firms going into peleton are really like to dig deep and just make sure that the the org structure and the delivery model but a firm has got his fit purpose. And and i've got the right people doing the right role and then we'll start to dig a little bit deeper into having a look at the factory The is working in accounting. It's looking at turnaround time financial planning. It's jobs out the door so that would be the cape parts look at in pillow tournament and look. There are lots and lots of other things through the coaching program will will deal with I guess being voice abrazen and And a professional sanding board is just some of the other areas that That gone to the coaches for supporting great. Okay terrific answer to sort of dig a little bit further that's like they with shrink cool in input so some of the activities sort of outcomes that civil you'd expect sort of people to achieve out of that indeed. So what outcomes have you. The quantifiable ad comes on. I think mashed Clients looking for is an improvement in their bottom line. That that's a financial outcome but i think My my relatively new experience to stick stream what what really looking for is that festival. Thome's astonishing to orion is if you like a starting to enjoy or get ready Energized with the business. I would say that Half off the clients coming into pill tone. I might be a little bit. Lost a little bit unsure. I might have plateaued in. They proffered plight in their revenue. They might have had some some partnership issues. I think Some k wins really is just re-energizing offense and and making sure that That i very clear about their About their future. Things like profit and revenue growth wise. Follow if you up. The bisi fan diced in the basic principles ron. Now i'm not looking. Which position of being appeared has to choose between his children for any particular situations or coaching clients. Which stand in a while. I might A white minibus ta i think chi-ching clients that really do embrace the The slipstream model if you lock coaching model That that really i can and get their projects. Done definitely a goldstar From local love on very much results driven as i love to see some positive results and And that my very will be in ray structuring of business side removing paypal wrought on boarding people that are gonna make a positive difference Firms that might understand that that. Go to mike some very very tough decisions around the celtic launch. I look after introducing the the project uplift which is the new pricing model firms that embrace thighs. I yes i get bearing through. Can i love working with ice foams either. Each time that we're engaged in a coaching conversation. You're really getting positive. feedback in terms of The activities and projects that working on really making it permanent and positive different so they law is fence off very much. Enjoy working with love at publicly. Getting goosebumps are commits fantastic. And that it's just really lovely to civil. Say that this this Opportunity in his outlet for all these experiences. You've had been able to save a pass that on to others and the very constructive. Wise grinds up to now ted for that one now. I'm going back to a meeting. We had little world before slipstream was even a thing when you to.
"spinks" Discussed on In The Slipstream
"Culture that i have. I had the pleasure waking then that actually even includes i'm business. We try right fairly highly. But i think the pleasant surprise has been the the culture and the second thing. Is that what we coach. Extreme around how to Had a run a very successful business sticks. Train makes uses that model if you like and nhl have enormous respect for one another and we plan airlines. Will we we we we do it. We gotta do to the best of ability and it's terrific environments. I when twelve months on incredibly happy incredibly rightful. I have been given the opportunity to to work. As a coach and slipstream wasn't fishing for that thank thank you bye-bye har- of your janey during the period you being with us at job is to make a difference to people's lawns or if you like is to to make a difference to papers logs and this joined wasn't entirely sure if that was a the haggle will haywood measure that but twelve months down. I do feel that we do that extremely well. And it's not so much a bad improving a bottom line that that's an outcome of improving their lives but just finished chi-ching coal now with one of my Themes in ninety south two and the at the transformation of that business is extraordinary and that really does give me some pleasure that actually mike difference to they law and that definitely has flied through to bottom line improvements. I that's right. So what sort of some of the biggest things you've had to learn we'll get into. There is an enormous wealth of resources of head to try and navigate wife through the The falling system scott. But i think we've dealt with that nap but there is an enormous amount of resources. That obviously you i and probably sharon to to some extent of will have built. I've the side just understanding what size root resources out that we can use in coaching Has been probably the biggest thing i've had to get used to and i think secondly touching east quite different to consulting which is perhaps way A lot of us have come from way retained to today an advisory role so we engaged by clients to really taylor while the answers catching more bad extracting solutions from clients and that that's a very different skill set so that is something that i am still learning and have got much too and but but all cyclones appreciate sometimes being told bats. The they won't. The answer is all white learning to the cheese. A bad asking the questions and getting the client to To to arrive at the They solutions Based upon the the skill and the questioning of couch okay. So what have you encountered in your role that you didn't expect not not an awful lot. I think it's very flexible. Roll it actually. How of the one i thought. So i i For those of you. That dino may not i i have retired out of a working and and this was conned of i guess the last stage of my waking life went into this feeling that this would be relatively easy guide. But buddy these quite hard work and And clots do expect From you a very high standard side. I think the standard and the wicklow that kaija wig hat is is not that. That's a bad thing. The question was what was the unexpected part of the role. And and and you know they were telling us today that you really feel that you grind meta has pretty hard to To give to give you very based. I cut What for you. These days is a good diet and put this comas at the office. Good diet they almost that Getting off a zoom coal or out of a meeting with a client that you feel. The energy in the room is really really positive. I think that tom getting positive. Feedback on some of the suggestions or Projects that clients of working on completing a really good breakaway way. You've got Very engaged participants to me. That's a great day in the office. Mice dies pretty good to be almost Cass- of very fortunate a good crew of clients that very gauged in response. And my style is on on pretty happy as having seen you in action of the breakaway Program you clearly in your element and particularly like is is that. They'll they'll be just a team. How then then also might lewis is speaking about one of his experiences in and you can hear pin-drop so that is really good to say so wanted anything off of your life now. Could you possibly have imagined when you call me in that fight full. I beckon in november two thousand nine hundred not not not really because when i called you does really wanting to wha what opportunities. They were in the brazilian market. I had retired from a practice in high about and and was really just looking for opportunities and the british market not so much an opportunity to catch it was very fortunate for chose meeting very grateful that we had that meeting. Because you know you sort of cited the seed in my mind that chi-ching would be. I might be a good career opportunity for me to pursue and all being very grateful for that Full that compensation and testing. Now you've mentioned the breakway which is to Business planning which show and doesn't seem that long guy that you use the prior grant but now you're running at as if you've always been running So what do you think of the main benefits of the participants going. Through the right way will the slipstream chi-ching model starts first and four with the plan so for the new fence coming on board. The breakaway is to shop that helps you develop a plan for the future three plan and my guess the the cake and pints of that that that i'm very passionate about is that helps. Businesses determined what they k goals objectives and strategies. So that that's a big pot of of one and day two is all about. Hey you go and execute the plane It's probably with nine. I went through this program in two thousand eleven. So i've actually Lived in brave the as a student. All the boone heinisch one page plan In my in business for a number of years and also on on chi-ching at so. I do really believe that the the branka white program is is very successful. Land an absolute master four.
"spinks" Discussed on In The Slipstream
"All of this in today's discussion. So.
The Freeway Phantom Murders: Who Killed These Little Girls?
"Carol denise spinks was only thirteen years old. she was really shy. She was in seventh grade and was an identical twin. She loved jumping double dutch row. Playing jacks with her siblings and she was an extremely talented little. Hula hooper on april. Twenty fifth nineteen seventy-one. Her mom allen teen was heading out to go visit her aunt and brentwood maryland. She told the children they could not leave the house. The kids knew if they did. They get what i know this to be as an ass weapon either by hand a switch from a tree or a belt maybe even extension cord. She was a single mother doing the best she possibly could. Parents often mimic what their parents did to them. I'm not here to judge anyone's parenting talking about those kind of spankings definitely gave me flashbacks. Though so allenton was gone and their older sister. Valerie who was twenty four asked carol to go to the seven eleven to pick up a few groceries that evening. Some tv dinners. Bread and soda pops. Carol new if her mom found out that she'd be in big trouble but she decided to go for it. It was only a half a mile away. this seven eleven was right as you entered into maryland. Well her mom ended up seeing her and she said you better go straight home after. Go into the seven eleven. And you're going to get a woman when i get back into town. Carol made it to the seven eleven and she was venturing back home with groceries when she was said kidnapped after. Not making it back home. Her mother was on edge upset and bowed a missing person report that night after they had scoured the neighborhood for carol almost a week later her body was discovered on may first by some kids playing in a grassy location right behind saint elizabeth's hospital. Someone had dumped carol's body on a grassy embankment by the northbound lanes of odd to ninety five.
Hundreds Missing After Deadly Flooding in Germany
"And victims of the deadly flooding there earlier this week. More than 160. People are confirmed dead and hundreds more are unaccounted for. Several countries were affected, but by far the hardest hit has been Germany. A number of communities there have been devastated with roads washed out and hundreds of homes and businesses destroyed. Many residents whose homes are still standing can't get into them now as authorities keep people away for fear of mudslides, Spink are Safi had that happened to him today. He is a resident of ER stat, a town near Cologne that suffered severe damage I tried today. To go there and check if I can collect some documents, an important things I have there, but the police told us that there is no water right now. But because of the heavy flooding, there is the danger of land sliding that houses may Slide down. Safi and his three Children were forced to evacuate their home on Thursday afternoon. As the floodwaters rose. His wife was away at the time and wasn't allowed back into town by police. Have since been reunited, and the family is safe now, but the town is in ruins, Saffi says. Police and firefighters continue to comb through what's left looking for survivors, the fear that there are more than 30 cars, which Were stuck under flooding, and they fear that they will find more bodies as they search the cars There were above I think
Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Former heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks is dying after battling cancer. He was 67 years old speaks won the gold medal of the 1976 month Real Olympic Games, but he rose and Providence when he defeated Muhammed Ali unexpectedly for the heavyweight title in 1978, Leon Spinks. That it's
Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Former heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks has died at age 67. He authored one of the most stunning upsets in boxing history. But Leon Spinks lost his fight with prostate and other cancers, speaks one gold of the 1976 Montreal Olympics but had only seven professional fights under his belt. When he got into the ring with Muhammed Ali on February 15th 1978, he was outweighed by Ali by more than £25, but wanna split decision against the legend becoming undisputed heavyweight champ?
Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world in boxing. Leon Spinks has died after a five year battle with cancer the most unbelievable nights and score February 15th 1978 in Las Vegas. 24 year old Leon Spinks went up against Muhammed Ali for the heavyweight championship of the world and Leon Spinks just keeps on trucking. Spinks was an Olympic gold medal boxer But it was only his eighth professional fight way have a split decision on what was considered to be one of the biggest upsets in the sport's history likes this one, but success was fleeting for the fighter with the gap toothed grin, Spinks lost a rematch to Ali's seven months later. His career never
Leon Spinks, Boxer Who Took Ali’s Crown and Lost It, Dies at 67
"The only boxer to take the heavyweight title from Mohammed Ali has died. ST Louis and Leon Spinks Junior who wants meat Mohammed Ali to take the heavyweight title in boxing, has died from cancer at the age of 67, Spinks said battle prostate and other cancers in recent years Spinks be Dolly back in 1978. He was the only boxer who took the title from Ali and the ring. Ali would take back the title in a rematch. Months later, Spinks and his brother Michael, made history by winning gold medals at the 1976
Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks has died. He was 67 speaks, won the title in 1978 stunning Muhammed Ali. He lost to Ali in a rematch. Seven months later, Spinks won a gold medal is a light heavyweight at the 1976 Olympics
Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Are known for his gap toothed grin who went toe to toe with Muhammed Ali and 1978 and shocked the world has died. Leon Spinks was 67, the former heavyweight champion had been suffering from prostate and other cancers. The ST Louis native won a gold medal as a lightweight and the Montreal Olympics back in 1976. 13 months later spring would step into the ring with an aging 36 year old Ali and took him to the 15th round toe win The fight by a decision and
Boxing legend Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Boxing legend Leon Spinks, who died last night after a battle with prostate and other cancers. The Olympic gold medalist probably remember most for a stunning upset over Mohammed Ali in 1978. That match was for the heavyweight title and was only the eighth profile of Spinks career. It came just two years after his gold medal win during the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. Speaks and Ali would fight again. Just seven months after that, With Ali taking bagman title belt in the rematch, speaks reclaim the heavyweight title in 1985. He defended it three times before being knocked out by Mike Tyson. Leon speaks only 67 years old. Still ahead
Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Boxer known for his gap toothed grin, who went toe to toe with Muhammed Ali in 1978 and shocked the world has died. Leon Spinks was 67, the former heavyweight champion had been suffering from prostate and other cancers to ST Louis native won a gold medal as a light heavyweight in the Montreal Olympics in 1976 13. Months later, Spinks would step into the ring with an aging 36 year old Ali and took him to the 15 round limit to win the fight by
Vicarious Visions reportedly working on a Diablo 2 remake at Blizzard
"For me. The story of the week is vicarious visions rolled in spink succumb to the blizzard. Avalanche of the blizzard ebay. They need to plow basically. They need good that name again. It's fist blow to dig them out Most recently they made tony hawk one and two which i rave about last year absolutely phenomenal Release of those games. Did the crash release as well and i just outstanding studio. In my opinion. I think track record of just hits in working on some great games in now Based on the press release that came out it appears as if they are going to be a support studio for the larger blizzard instead of like. Hey go make a new ip or go work on this franchisor or elite on this they. It seems like we'll be one of the many studios you see as you're waiting to get to the title screen of a gay or when the credits are rolling. You're like how many people worked on this in support of i blizzard game. So i guess diablo's or unannounced Helping ship overwatch to maybe. But it's kind of a bummer. I think that team seem super talented. And it this seems kind of unceremonious to me. Well the rumor is that vicarious visions has been working on a diablo to re master for quite a while and that blizzard was so dissatisfied with the warcraft. Three re master which received a lot of hype and was Was a disappointment. i think. I think there's only one way to describe it. It was a disappointment to fans. It was a disappointment to the studio when it released it. Had a bunch of problems and I think they the rumor is that they wanted to date. Being blizzard. wanted to avoid a repeat of that kind of scenario and we're using vicarious visions to work on the diablo two remastered which is unannounced. Chat is saying remake is what they're polite yes. Pardon me remake. These terms should be precise and i. It's my mistake for nelson. Hasn't been out so we don't really know i mean with warcraft. Three was a master. S diablo to remake would be pretty exciting but yes supposedly that was handed over to the four-team and then than they brought in vicarious visions to offload that work as work on the before ramped up and They're they're calling it. Diablo two resurrected all again all of this rumor. But if that's the case super excited obviously victorious visions. Very good at these kinds of remakes. These kinds of taking old games and making them look gorgeous on modern technology so as a huge fan of the oslo to very excited about that prospect. Be i get what you're saying christian about it. Being a bit of a bummer. To to hear that they will no longer be the lead developer on any kind of game creation. Rob you Inside a developer. All the time what. What is your your take on. This is the kind of thing that would be disheartening to a group to to visions themselves or do they see it as potentially an opportunity to probably a little bit of both The thing that bums me out. The most is sort of losing vicarious visions v as it's colloquially known in the games industry as as a brand like air studio that has a very long history. They've been around for a very long time. One of the few coast studios in albany new york which is rare So them to sort of lose their identity and just become you know a blizzard new yorker or whatever blizzard east Is just a bummer. Just from just from a name standpoint It does. I mean they do good work though so i think ultimately for the security of the people working the studio is probably a good thing it ensures longevity that those people will have jobs and projects at work on whether or not. It's the projects that those folks were hoping to work on if they were developing internally typically studios are always trying to develop things internally especially smaller studios sports support studios. They wanna like make their own. Ap eventually that's probably the goal of every studio. Imagine sure and so losing that for now. is probably. There's probably some stink to it. But i would also say like if they continue to prove themselves doing this. There's no reason why. I wouldn't think that they might be handed. Something in the future that may be as a blizzard. Ip and maybe they make a new game with one of those ip's
The Outfield lead singer Tony Lewis dies at 62
"Tony Lewis, the lead singer of the 19 eighties power pop band the outfield has died. The outfield were best known for the 1985 Arena rock single Your Love. The Track would appear on the band's debut album Play Deep, which arrived the same year. The London based band was comprised of Lewis. Drummer Alan Jackman and songwriter lead guitarist John Spinks. Tony Lewis was 62 years old.
On the trail of COVID-19 misinformation
"Hi. An tesha Mitchell welcome to science fiction. You are about to mate to people who have really felt the fault lines of covid nineteen in their families. But in the way you might imagine. A mother, he told me I've been on the Victorian government website and the coronavirus testing is boosted a son. That's when my father said Australian scientists have now found out that sunlight is quite effective in preventing nineteen fiction confronting two pieces of medical misinformation. When it comes to medical misinformation, that term is actually really knew what we're used to as snake oil quackery, the waves of misinformation misleading content conspiracy content. It's really everywhere in a way that's really shocking. ABC's technology reporter investigative journalist Ariel Bogle joins us. Now she's been tracking the spread of health information since this pandemic began some of its mono-, some of it easy flat out dangerous and aerial imagine the spink kind of like wrestling with the arms of an octopus. It's really out there. I've seen dodgy posts and videos about carbon nineteen everywhere, and when we put a call out on ABC News website for examples. We received hundreds of tips and that's we're investigating here in click sick this a three part series on where health misinformation comes from, and it's impacting our lives. We're going to start with a single social media post then aerial and the team going digging and found what's out. There is really confusing papal testing their relationships including this woman. We'll call her lucy she lives a life on the move. Yeah Gypsy had. For more than two years Lucy's been travelling around Australia with a small dog picks the angel in a Pink Caravan. I couldn't afford to rent a house at any of the places places near where my children live, which ones album winds up in Byron Bay. So then I was like our will all to stick to being in the caravan and and that way I can float between my children but early in the pandemic in Queensland and interstate travel bans kept her apart from the son and daughter. So when restrictions as FA- caravan parks in Victoria I really wanted to just come and see my son that was that was migraine lot and I just bugged out acquaintance. When she arrived in Melbourne, she heads straight for his sons share house. There's been a dramatic escalation in the efforts to control a spiking corona virus cases in. Victoria in Melbourne. Getting grim as the number of covid nineteen cases, Russula, large parts of Melbourne now in danger of being put into lockdown. So I, only really got to see my son. A COUPLE OF TIMES BECAUSE? I want it to be careful because I didn't know you know how well they were self-isolating and protecting themselves. Busey was more worried than most about being infected with the coronavirus as you're going to hear Ya when Melbourne look like it was heading for a second wave of covid nineteen she bio just before the city went into second lockdown she was staying in a caravan park in country Victoria when she got some bad news on he got really sick really really sick about a week after I left Melbourne a son was on the fine couldn't get out of bed aching alive. You know coughing and I was really nervous I was like honey I really think you should get tested. It wasn't clear what it was, but his son saying it's probably not covid earned. It's probably just a bad flu and I was like, yeah. But for my sake, just to reassure your Mama I'd really appreciate it. If you go get tested because if you get tested and it's negative than I, know at least I'm okay and then he said something that really took her by surprise his words on the phone were I've been on the Victorian government website and the coronavirus testing is boosted. Lucy was really worried about him, but she was also especially worried for Oregon Health I've got to autoimmune diseases and the worst being rheumatoid arthritis, which affects all the joints causes stiffness and sometimes I can't walk. So Lucy takes powerful medication, which also suppresses her immune system's ability to protect itself from infections. My immune system does not function well. Well doesn't really function at all. But I do tend to pick out coughs and colds and sniffles sore throats if I just around people. I live as a total recluse on my iron but that's what I have to do to to stay healthy. And this means contain is a big threat to. Lucy. So at this point, lucy son was feeling really sick and they was a risk he might have covid nineteen though it seems he wasn't eager to take testify doubt. It's important to say that Lucy son didn't want to be part of the story. Sorry. These impressions only. But this was a time when Victorian health authorities wanted everyone even with modest symptoms to get tested to help contain the pandemic Lucy didn't know what to do so I said well. What makes you think that it's crap and he said, well, I've been reading on the government website and it says the tests that they give you. Is just the test corona viruses in general, not specific to. Sarah's To the one that causes covid nineteen then her sunset Lucy a screen shot of a website he'd seen on facebook and it was from CDC Dot Gov Had the link at the top and pretty said what he'd said. But it had like highlights across the words and a big Red Maka pen round
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire
"Back to Daly. Brett I'm Deepak Chopra. Series is. Synchronous knee and the spontaneous with of desire. And what I call. Living Sing credentials. The principle of synchronous knee is found in the Sutra. Humber mass me. Translated the core of my being the ultimate reality. The root and ground of the universe. This source of all that exists. So what is the core of being coding being is pure consciousness before it modifies itself into expense. This essential quarterback being Modifies itself into sensations sense perceptions, images feelings thoughts. That we ultimately experience. As a mind body, and what recall the physical universe? which is really the interpretation of perception activity human perceptual activity? And of course. In. The human brain. Awebber when you make the statement the goal. is the ultimate reality. You're already acknowledging the underlying intelligence at the core of all bodies your body by body. And ultimately anything that we call a physical object in other words the entire universe. Body. The planetary body. The universal buddy that intuit's everything from subatomic particles. To Stars in galaxies in everything in between. Let's call this the conscious intelligent field of the universe. The universal consciousness the spring of the Moss. It is the extended body that we all share. Are All started spinks recycling as body mind and planet. You and I are localized bodies and the universe. Are, exactly the same unified process. Thoughts wishes dreams is is. Also part of the activity of the universe. How could they not be? Because everything that we're talking about is contained in the universe, including thoughts wishes dreams is is. Because the nature of ornamented reality is bureau consciousness. So when you realize this, this realization allows us to relinquish control and allow your miraculous life to unfold, you realize. That the universe is unfolding through you spontaneously without resistance. That at at the deepest level. That is only universal. Activity or universal, process. That all you have to do is not interfere. Allow everything to unfold. The Sutra sound simple yet can take a lifetime to comprehend its meaning once again. The meaning is a Roma's me on means I. AM Roma's me means. The universe! Once, we understand this everything becomes possible. Because everything exists within weeks. Within does mean within the body. Within means within consciousness, even the body is experienced. In consciousness.
"spinks" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"It will add to the resource section, but I would encourage you to use heading styles. The other thing about style is you can modify them, so they're not your brand, so you can make sure that their actual colors phones on the rest of it, and as the a when you working with many clients, then each client that to have that unbranded. Could create a brand or theme or a design is the design, but you known as a theme? And you could create one eight clients so when I had my other company I would have to designs one of trading surgery I want the tour. And then if I were whichever one I was rights, he wore I didn't have to think about. It looked like I could just apply the design. Because I'm using the styles with the keyboard anyway or make a mouse. If if that's what you prefer, slam would be my topic. Today would be to make sure that you're using styles. If you don't know how to use styles slightly plush you're. I do have a calls on using styles in would schoolwork walk smarter with style I one for when word on on windows on one for on Mac, so cover both platforms that so if you don't.
"spinks" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"ICON envisage tomorrow to capture my joy dirty tecate a competitive rates. I'm I'm afraid. I liked Moss catchable committee. Like. We kind of digressing. We go right away from. This is. Serious business pump cost, and but I like it the fact that it's not so serious. And which leads into Gary Gary is a copywriter I've known Gary and I've worked with Gary since about twenty, fourteen, eight, fourteen, twenty. Maybe megabit off that. He writes Rian copy and He does lots of other things as well elect you. Tell him tell you the other things that he does. When he comes on in just a minute. Welcome to today's guest. We have wonderful Gary, spinks. US. Gary is a Copywriter I've known Gary I'm thinking it's twenty four team. I can't remember when we we both did a course on how to do weapon us. Finally Enough Wade's Glenn was it added. He recommended you to me. Are we going to touch off to that? But I think it's two thousand fourteen twenty six days. AGO and for those who are listening watching listening. Garin I've worked together for quite some time, so doesn't really know Gary. And Gary has written stuff for me. He's helped me with my sales pages online. Course site is helped me with the sales pages for the previous company I owed, but he improved the copy enormously Saddam that site, so gary is very well qualified to talk about today's topic, which is what should have on a website, but before we do that Gary Tell. People a bit more about yourself than relying on tending them. yes, my current title is strategic copyrights and story based marketing consultant. And typically I work with established businesses business. Who They absolutely in the element doing what they do. Great products. Great Services on a guest one. A little bit of extra help to tightness contains sort of just sort of. And really connect much more deeply with the audience some very much around helping people with telling their story. In a way which is in alignment with us and their personality Rawdon had sort of some of the typical. In a marketing to people can say it's really bad to bring out a company or person's. Personality character really get that across site of people really connect with him. That's the really cool. If any of you subscribe to my newsletter, you will see some of Gary's handiwork. In there. I will be absolutely honest and transparent. Gary helps me with that. We have a a meeting every month. We have a chat like this. Are We talk about what I'm doing? What plans I've got four tomorrow's va? What causes I'm creating? What's going on personally for me? Advice and Gary Manages to leave all that into informative, if newsletter says and it just takes the pressure off me and as will. I'm an IT trader. Joe's virtual assistant ambitious, virtually amazing, the cost veteran assistance we will about enabling people to outsource to virtual systems, or to other people and Sam, and that's what I do. I outsource the beds I mean I love writing. They'll give you wrong layers. Books written Gary knows this. But it's time consuming, and Gary it's not so time consuming doesn't will time. He's ready to set so What Sam. Things Gary should've va be thinking about. Have on her homepage about page to think also two things going to help PA standup from the other VA center.
"spinks" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds
"To talk to you about the BG and very interesting to hear all about the party and the Barclay so thanks so much track grew. If if you've got one all however it links subsidize today morning the fourth of May and I feel rubbish ten thirty five and a drop in for run this morning. The last time around was fraud and that twenty eight and a half miles else. Why and then a couple of days moving concrete and digging in the garden and things that five days of work work which meant cycling back forty four miles a day and two ask that I'm owning so I go to my nears hill and I run for an hour and twenty minutes said walking up the steep bits but down up and down? It's nice that noisy of the monk to I but after the long run I had that growing hold on it's just combat rated entities of course obviously quite gone away and so Japan right side of my groin. Southern ought to do where the CIA is at all it was just a logical I need. It's a run as much as possible so but I'm not cycling to work. I was going to run today. I was GONNA run Sunday holiday Monday. And then work in the way the light district and run big with marking the map. Now I don't know do not run for the next two days. Savo can cover that out out as hard as family life you know if you want to do the. BG are prepared for the fact that constantly annoys is. Your partner takes you away from things that recip- doing and and to navigate uh-huh.
"spinks" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds
"Good advice and when you're a contender do do you carry much yourself. Do you like to have some things on you. I usually have you know the sex overnight. My head to trees pretty heavy so I have and one of those Innovate race fast. And not has the pocket so on the night section I tend to somebody gives me some food instead and don't eat too old and I can just put you away and also if I'm carrying a map or anything and I've got laser pockets in school skit. Ah I wa and usually the map and food like jelly babies can go in the pockets for that overnight. I'll put it in and then sometimes times like on the patio definitely saw. I might need to carry a rucksack because if he couldn't imagine across the bow fallon and across from both are really to the finish your own fairly rocky stuff. It's fairly hard for a supposed to get near you. Because this is so a single track lucky path. And they don't gene around on the Rox as well. So that's the place where I think Might carry a bit more if you don't make but generally I carry the rucksack all the way around I mean that's one of the benefits of having the support that you've trained with a heavy sack you take off your back. Can you feel quite light. Love people cell just off on the first leg except to see how it goes and then if they find using it they keep on if they find. They're not because the support. Doing everything think they can put take offer faculty or The mail so I find most people most people try and do and also on the first leg. Ah Short support. That's where you really need one because you fairly fresh yourself fairly with it might be worth just setting off with it and saying how you feel. Well it's been really calming.
"spinks" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds
"Support engaged similarities with the Bob. Graham where that is one of the attractions of is that. It is not a big organized event than you have to sort it all the yourself and do on your own. We had this kind of conversation. The last time we were about things that could derail your round that you ah. You'd never thought about an and some saying what if you lay snaps on your on your shoe or something like that. How kind of belt and braces are you about spares of Kitten Extras I call it a useful back and it has stuff in it. That would hopefully fix anything. I mean. Obviously it's very right support. They gossip in it and laces string scissors needles Sewing stuff just in and and basically stuff that I think would be needed to fix even superglue Anything and then I tend to have a bad like shoes. And all you know from carrying in the way so you don't have sped up salute everything but ninety nine percent of the time you don't need them but then like on a Bob Graham cracker where my hand says thing. I also was useful superbike because I knew there was some various amounts to hide. I stayed in there as well as various amounts of like types. That could be used to stick my hand and together every now and again the useful by commit useful. Okay that's.
"spinks" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds
"Want to do it mark. I'm sure he's in great shape so it'd be interesting. How compared to them and then the final kid? I guess this is the other stuff so I'm hoping that misfortune is going to basically carry everything. I decide legs and we'll just provide it's to me. It's not I I think probably easing the naked. Waste them thing which is quite good. Just holding the some bulbs and mostly lightweight Montaigne gloves. Always go I runs it. I found the point of rolling both to wipe the sweat off not whoever else and finally have some polls awesome quite good cheap Chinese things which are very cheap but quite sturdy from bit heavy to carry something might wait polls before the the big day is is. I'll be supporting mark and hopefully Bob for at least a couple of legs this this summer Around with mark a couple of weeks ago I and I am pretty convinced. He's he's gonNA complete this summer. He's in good shape physically. Do think he's mentally tough. And I think that is more in half the battle so I'm pretty sure he will complete because he's now got the combination of miles done hill's done in the rockies and the mental will see through what may Bob. I'm unless you're about right now. I think Bob has same.
"spinks" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds
"And there's a good film all about it on Net flicks which will tell you more at a more leisurely pace. The last time I spoke to who you had got a place as for the Barkley Marathons which obviously since we've since we've spoken. You've you've gone and participated in but it was another Barkley marathons thousands where no one finished the second year in a row where that's happened. I watched the film about it. You know it's fixed from a few years ago just recently. Because I've heard about about having watched so I sort of feel now like I understand the eccentricities of the of the event and you taught me through some of the entry ECCENTRICITIES less time. How was it than to to go and participate in it? Yeah slightly surreal. Get that because there's so many hurdles compose before you you've got the star Star was a big huge relief. I hadn't slept the night before because he you know he's got twelve hours to blow the call eight eight in the morning so of course I always just wait most of the night. 'CAUSE WE'RE GONNA come site and sleep and I just wished we'd south south anyway. Setting is great and actually I suppose having daylight if asleep. What's the best way because at least it meant we could? I could say look about and I think all the genes try and find someone. That's done it before. So lead them around a little bit and the veterans don't mind is it was so so strange for me to be following somebody. Because I'm just so you know the rounds and on my racist I like to know where I'm going to call them. Well I always you gotTa have a rough idea of where I'm going as well as Stephanie case was just so she knew she was going most of the time. Stephanie Case Ace Ultra runner lawyer. UN Human Rights and found a free to run heart in Champigny works in Afghanistan occasionally writes for outside magazine. She's at running case on twitter and she was the veteran runner. That Nikki teamed up with The Barclays fecal just go on a dive at bearing but there's also by either by the side of a stream would make big differences to rain and she knew stuff like that so we kept a company for the first time it was me billie arrayed. He was new as well to all wait latched onto Stephanie. and Go and they get the whole I together and then went out on the second Lupin. We're not spend well none of us. To take enough clothes we will absolutely ferries inside was tonto packing but we left. Well I didn't leave Steph. I was it was really hope. I really want to pack in But I just thought I'm leaving her out here on the road and since she showed us all around the loop so joking on the spot all behind Trying to make think there's just doing this because she was slightly because she wasn't it was just so cold I was trying to stay warm. And then she stopped she just said you guys could be on On absolutely frozen something we should talk in like we will just yeah. Yeah Yeah. Let's see. How long does it take you to get back to the start from where you'd me hours because it goes laws gives he these WHOA? She's the set to zero. When you self so off the twenty four hours you brains bit bottles and you don't really know what time time is self hoffe nine so you added nine foul onto what everybody said and that was the time of day so into around go more difficult? And and all those all those slightly confusing elements to food that he puts into disorientate the participants and try and make it more of a challenge. Did you did you enjoy all that. Was it out of your usual. Confirm Way. You've planned and organized all the logistics around an event. I think I just realized that the only way to sort of stay with it is to not get bothered about the lack of sleep. I know I just wasn't getting positive. Our I read my book Calill that and just rested because the more you get both about the more it will affect you it perform and how you are so you need to sell valley. Just chill kilter those one of the things I got from the film which is a nice thing to watch. But it's not a beautiful area particularly or it doesn't look on the on the film home and a lot was made of the awful brambles and things that you scrabbling soon everyone's legs get depart. Is it the worst terrain you run on. How does it compare to other places thing pete with things like the war thing runs where we go running in the dark? We've had to chase and quiet love the mentalities that you just go in a straight line some of the valleys round. It could be quite steep and you'll drop down to the river and I just just it was just about doing twenty four hours of that sold stuff but you just wouldn't voluntarily run through brambles in England and not what's what you have to do when you own a battering because you yeah bramble this is everywhere on the floor. They call them briars. So the more light rose who's Bush's they go straight up and they all have the very sharp things on the fact the worst areas where they cut down on the way up to the fire tower. 'cause then they will be tangles and they go background he likes but I also like Oh some orienteering gators from bashes they call them and while they were in tears too and they were and they just saved buttons on my legs and then my thighs got trashed. Because I wo- shows during the day when I put my lungs or that wasn't too bad the night you know the broncos in the brambles dig into the LYCRA but that didn't seem to they seem to brush off so so I was really bad and I've got all cycling gloves on Manhattan's life. English ones see no the people on photos doing not not helped law because as you as we were sliding down the hills you need something to stop here so you were grabbing hold of whatever switching out and grabbing home sometimes if you go Bryan that that would've been really painful but they cycling cycling clubs as well. It seems like you've learned law and would you do again. What go back I'd like to? Yeah I mean it's funny as we were walking down off. Do we decided to quit. Steph said to me you know you coming by knows no rubbish race on the show. She says wait. Wait till next week and it didn't even take a week the next day I was like. Yeah but if I'd taken can more wool clothes and we would have done this and now I know the rue and now's ace and I should try. Give those guys. It's all down to laugh. The weather we get in again so to go through the process again and there is that sort of tantalizing target of the fact that so far no woman is as completed a nice a nice ago for you would think the first go be the fun run under three loops and then yeah 'cause like says he's not making. The statistics are less and less people the finishing yet. Listen to this noise. Sound off some of the soil.
"spinks" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds
"Episode should be quite straightforward. We'll keep up. Today's with those springtime training. Diaries of Mark Beeney Tim me plenty of people. Remember to record this month and I finally get through you too nicky spinks to talk to her about another of her remarkable double rounds. Nikki please thank you. And those Barkley Marathons. Hi Nikki. Is Bob Sorry about that. No that's all right now. You've worked on a farm. I guess things running time all the time looking around. The cows is all well on the farm to a weaker or so ago. You did the Double Patty Buckley. How are you failing a little bit because it now I've been for two runs? Yeah the first one was sally nice and then last last night I felt fairly heavy but usual really sound doing doesn't salaries tomorrow and not fat tests all just self respecting eighteen miles and two thousand two client maybe shop to the body. Which of the running cycle will do enjoy? Most G love the training of the event. How do you feel post event? Which of the whole cycle of things you probably feel most comfortable excellent trainings? Good I really enjoy going to Wales and and McCain and the same with the rooms in the BJ. I I really enjoyed the racking. You never feel like you've done. Enough wrecking the two weeks. Before you actually attempts he's always a little bit not pleasant And then offshoots yeah. It's a great feeling now to be tired but now you've done it Y- satisfying when we last time you'd said the Potty Buckley was as your favorite round is it still Yes yeah is an anti clockwise isn't bad there's a couple of horrible sense but Are Quite pleasantly surprised that it's not just really the hills at that but it's a lovely inquire most of the hills apart from snowden Wales alike as well lovely postseason get your everywhere and the thesis fish and chips shops in the free parking. No I I love uh-huh North Wales and and the potty book clear route it so so different every like you get the really long like knowledge colleagues had to be bulky lakes and then the shore shop like like until rich up down up down all the ways only about fourteen eighteen miles. But it's a package little punch in now and it's really beautiful on the rich out. Probably my least favorite because you meet more people. Haven't it's just taking them. It's new and exciting. When you first go explore things like quarries that you don't find the Lake district but she just had this a huge diamond show history onto it and you were the first to do a double Ramsey? has anyone done a double patty before the I know over anyone else no in particular another i. Do you feel that you cited your appetite for doing that. Length of you've saying or you still looking at those sort of enormous endurance things for you And then to the towards you setup even longer the Va ah you got one hundred. Eighty three hundred kilometers. And you got one hundred fifty hours to finish which is why what done so far. Twenty four thousand house need to climb so I did seventeen thousand on the patio. The climbs not really freaking me out. Because I could have done not off to the party but like some feel too must state where little bit about it but then again you've got to manage my feet and it's a race so it's not the same help support helping me. All the way around they kept going. Okay myself downs. Run on hunting down about halfway through. Today's twenty twenty five miles so far so good engineering I someone I know rain making progress. Everything's would still stick still doc realizing that just this was quite boring and hard work just keeping running actually some of the uphill welcome relief and it might be kind of the pace of the day when you make an attempt. Uh rundown woke up by the south downs way so gentle that you could really run lots of most of it you can get very statement but undulating Roth Quad long way longer than there's also dishonest shortening and feeling optimistic hypo update number two..
"spinks" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds
"Hi Kelly comes to which could asked about five years attack body by buddy starting with the PAJOT's which lightweight aggressive ones collect one and like three maybe four as well the one on like because my children which seems a decent enough description. You massive sold on the hawks the down side which is that they feel blue and Gabu. He recommended in to me. Promised that I would stop after five years about fifty whereas in say you. Yeah Genius Smith then some On the hilltops seems to be fine. God have Small here Friday morning and of course seven flogging myself on the Steepest Hill around here called the grind so strange trey oh things like cassette and thought shed a painter Tang runs up this basically curling as better having he's having coffee reps from the background is paying twelve minutes to ten on Good Friday night. I've just listened to a couple of PODCAST UPDATES and inspired me reliably made that recorded anything being fill my itself for this training diary. So I'm an and it's quite monumental for me. I ran and on Easter break in a safari time. Very loudly Dr Ghulam pain in the Purba Hills endorse it and I went out leaving my family behind on three occasions for the two that we were that I might as the half hour on the first night just to sort of make sure I need re the hill and I go up at the crack on the following morning and I ran for three hours round very spits of the South West Coast Path. Iverson Purba Kill So. There's some good up and down and nice rough rough terrain. It was drizzling and misty and foggy all through the entire three hours so that was good preparation. I feel as well off the property. My thought is by ended up three hours. Our nothing and kind of limping so going to think about four hours. I'm nowhere near also easy to get depressed by. falify listened to march updates. I think he's seeing shakes. I tonight have been also but again without any type the positive start walking town. Hi and welcome to our podcast about the BOB. Graham round sixty six ish mile run.
The Global Economy: US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade and the WTO downgrades the trade volume
"We begin today with the aforementioned slice of the American economy manufacturer ing the Caveat here is that you can't can't tell the whole story of this economy from just one number of course but a report we got today about. US manufacturing is causing a little bit of Aga it comes to was from the Institute for Supply Management. It provides an index or whether the manufacturing is expanding or contracting from month to month. That's Sharyn o'halloran. She's professor of Political Economy at Columbia. The manufacturing index came out. This morning is pretty straight ahead. If it's above fifty fifty manufacturing is expanding below that it's shrinking what we've seen in this latest report is that the index spell below fifty forty seven point eight to be precise signifies. A worsening of manufacturing tring conditions in the in the United States that is manufacturing industries are facing a downturn. Today's number was in fact. The lowest is the index has been in more than ten years manufacturing is not the largest component of the economy is a significant component when there's a contraction in manufacturing other types of sectors will probably follow because it could be layoffs it could be different types of negative activities that are going to happen as a result of it so what is going on here. You know really indicates to me that what's driving. This is our lack of new export orders. That's Timothy Furey. SM He chairs the committee that puts out the survey in question this is more of I think it's more more of a trade throttling it's it's caused a lot of bottlenecks across the global environment not good for the manufacturing economy yeah not good for the manufacturing fracturing. Konami all spink trade bottlenecks and throttling of the global environment let us turn now to the WTO the World Trade Organization. Shall we twice a year the economists honest the WTO get together and go through their models in their crystal balls and tell the rest of us how much trade they're expecting in the next couple of years and you know where this is going right. Their latest I forecast out today shows a sharp drop in the growth of trade from where they were expecting just six months ago in April. Thinking was we'd see trade volumes grow two point six percent this year now just one point two percent its backdrop so we asked marketplace's. Tracey Samuelson to figure out what has changed in the past six months this forecast is downgrade from what the WTO was expecting in April and that was a downgrade from what it was expecting last September Coleman knee and economist in the research in statistics division at the WTO says we're already seeing slower trade growth show up in the data. What's happened is the trade growth in the first half of the year of Twenty nineteen was much listen we expected so we were forced to revise our forecast down pretty substantially. He says there is a number of reasons why there's slowing economic growth in major economies uh-huh and regions in Asia and Europe a bit in the US and that reduces demand for it for all kinds of goods including imports. It's lying. Economic growth doesn't totally explain the slowing growth in trade volumes. There's something else what could it be since April. The trade dispute has only escalated. Fan Vino is the US chief economist SNP Global. We've had the United States add more tariffs on now three hundred billion of Chinese products and still more tears to take effect in December. Eastward facade is a trade policy professor at Cornell has been a fundamentally evaluation about what the prospects for dissolving the retention. It's become clear that the US China trade tensions are here to stay so precise says businesses are reevaluating their supply chains and putting investment plans on hold which can ultimately mean less trade. I'm tracey Samuelson for
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