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"stephen authors" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Welcome to episode. Two hundred and thirty of the intermittent fasting. Podcasts wanted to burn fat gain energy and enhance your help by changing a wing. Meet what you eat with. No calorie counting than this show is for you. I known avalon author of what win wine lose weight and feel great. Style meals intermittent fasting. And why and i'm here with my co hosts jin stephen author fast feast for beat the comprehensive guide to delay. Don't deny intermittent fasting from our on us check out i a- podcasts. Dot com known the avalon dot com and jin stephen stock. Please remember the thoughts and opinions on this podcast not constitute medical vice for treatment so for yourself a cup of black coffee mug of tea or a glass of wine and ready for the intermittent fasting. Podcast hi friends. I'm about to tell you how you can get fifty dollars worth of some of our favorite supplements all for free for free. A really good question to ponder is. Can you avoid all digestive issues by eating organic whole foods. Don't i know that this would be absolutely amazing. But sometimes it's not exactly possible..

"stephen authors" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"Welcome to episode two hundred and twenty. Three of the intermittent fasting. Podcast wants to burn fat gain energy and enhance your health by changing her win. You eat what you eat with no calorie counting than this show is for you. I nonni avalon author of what when why lose weight and feel great. Style meals intermittent fasting. And why and i'm here with my co host. Jin stephen author of fast feast for a comprehensive guide to delay. Don't deny intermittent fasting for marijuana us. Check out podcasts. Dot com known the avalon dot com. Injin stephen stock. Please remember the thoughts and opinions on this podcast not constitute medical advice for treatment for yourself a cup of black coffee among of tea or even a glass of wine and get ready for the intermittent fasting. Podcast hi friends. I'm about to tell you how you can get to grasp grass-fed rabei steaks and two wild caught lobster. Tails all for free. Yes for free. We are so honored to be sponsored by butcher box. They make it so so easy to get high quality. Humanely raised me that you can trust they. Deliver one hundred percent grass-fed grass finished beef. Free range organic chicken heritage breed pork. That's really hard to find by the way and wild caught sustainable and responsible seafood shipped directly to your door when you become a member. You're joining a community focused on doing what's better for everyone that includes caring about the lives of animals..

"stephen authors" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To get the Dana Show on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts, Steve. I want to switch topics real quick to the climate agenda. By the president elect. You wrote an op ed on Fox News titled Biden wants us to rejoin the Paris climate accord. Why it puts America last. I think we know where you stand on this. This is just starting one of the I think one of the best things that Donald Trump did when he came into office, and we had popped him in the campaign about this that the climate change the Paris climate change treaty is a joke. I mean, the single biggest polluter in the world by far by far Rick is China and it doesn't require China do anything for another 10 years. Meanwhile, we have to shut down our coal plants. We have to shut down our oil and gas. Facilities that employ you know millions of workers. We have to use more expensive energy, while China and India and Russia laugh behind our backs, so I don't think it's a very wise thing to do. To the 80 million or so Americans. Fellow Americans are neighbors. Fellow Patriots the 80. Plus, if you believe the numbers 80 million voted for For Joe Biden. And you guys, you got swallowed whole. The life from the so called mainstream media. All the abuse from Hollywood just all the just Awful commentary on On President Trump all these years. All the online assaults, even within his own party, so called Republicans and ex Republicans and Chairman Michael Steele, the trader stabbing him in the back. All these people, all of you, if you believe the 80 some Aunt Millie, for all of you, Thank you. Thank you for your vote of no confidence for Not the man Uh Donald Trump who love him or hate him. In my opinion, his policies Great for America for the 80 or so million American voters. If the numbers are correct. And you guys are likely sending Joe Biden the office. Thank you. For America. Last America last is here again. America leading from behind you. Name it. We're talking about the Paris climate Accord and China. The worst polluter on the plane. Oh, by the way, How are you, friend? Happy Thanksgiving. All these wonderful dog, right Positive stuff. Happy Thanksgiving. I'm Sergio Sanchez. You're in tune with the Dana Show. You got a comment 844344. Dana, you make it by Kimmie. You make it on the radio evening to contribute something, though. Yeah. You name it in Paris Accord. Iran. Oh, yeah, that piece of nuclear agreement. Yeah. Where they punted for 10 years they punted the nuclear bomb in Iran. There was Acknowledgment that Yeah, they got they got a program is going on. But let's just put it 10 years. Yeah, And I wonder how many billions of American dollars will be gone to Iran. Now that If Joe Biden takes the office, you know, like the the pallets full of cash under under Obama. Maybe Mr Baez getting a pallet ready to send over to Iran. MM Asia Pacific Trade Deal Yeah. America's last on that one, and China not only China, all the trade tariffs and putting China on the leash. The investigation into the Chinese virus. When is that gonna happen under Joe Biden? Never All right, let me read some else. More positive. It's Thanksgiving. It is time for charity. I saw this headline on Ryan Reynolds and Blake lively. Donating a half million dollars to organizations dedicated to supporting the homeless and That inspired me to go get a conversation. This I'm sharing with your conversation I had with a wonderful human being. Her name is Michelle Steve. And a book that you if you are in message. You're trying to help the homeless. You should know about this. Go ahead and kill me. Michelle Stephens, author of a new book called Answers Behind the Red Door, battling the Homelessness epidemic. It's a pleasure, Michelle Appreciate your making some time to be with us. Thank you so much for Yeah, Covering this perfect you back, it's heart wrenching to see pictures that were dominant in the news at one time at a California And all these people living in the streets. Whether it's Professionals working people who can't afford housing in California, Northern California, Silicon Valley or or Southern California in Skid Row, folks trying to get by their problem accessory baited over the past several years. What went wrong in California? And can we use that? Has an example of what not to do in other community. That would be the only way to use that example. Well, let me just start off and and say that While California has one of the worst problem homelessness has exploded across the nation by 16% in the last decade. Under a policy that the Obama administration put into place. That promised that homelessness would end in the decade. Instead, it's got up by 16% as I mentioned and Ending has increased by over 200%. California followed the federal government's lead in implementing this policy, which is called housing first. And it basically says we need to take the homeless and give them a house and they can decide when it's convenient for them whether or not they want to engage and services such as substance abuse services or mental health counseling or work training. It's totally up to them in while they're in that housing, which is, by the way, lifelong housing whether they want to get better. This policy has.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Freedom violations whenever politicians take a particular view of religion. And that can be an role, D two, and they not that into law. They begin to fundamentally undermine religious freedom. Where we have Sharia Lord Apostasy codes me laws. The religious freedoms of millions people, millions of people are being harmed. But that said there are certainly plenty of barriers to religious freedom, being fully realized in UK to. The starts is we have a state church the head of the state. The monarch is actually required to be an Anglican. So you know. What kind of message does that send Diet, when your head of state isn't even afforded religious freedom, and you know what that trickles down. We have laws regarding Washington schools. All schools not just fade schools. But a third of schools on infact face goals, which means that people's parents religious freedom, all being frequently undermined particularly where I have no option other than a face go in new report published by National Secular Society just. Showed all my three in ten families across England living areas where most or all of the schools while promise, schools are faith schools on Reno. The overhaul primary schools in Rural Areas A faith-based the system is actually forcing children, interface schools, and that's not a good place to be from the religion. Religious Freedom SPAG. Yeah, it's interesting because. From all into you patsy incorrectly faith schools are often justified in in terms of being about religious freedom. Well, this is one examples where you give religious street into one group. Extend the right of five groups to have their own schools, it starts to encroach on the rights and freedoms of other people so. Scenario giving you the if your local school is a faith school, and you know you have little option, but send your child to that school. They're not doing. Create on your rights, so I think it. You know if we have inclusive secular schools for all, I don't think that anyway impedes anyone's religious freedom. Okay, you might not have the chance to feel child. Go through school of your face choosing, but you know the schooling going to undermine your faith, you can still practice it in private home in the place of worship is just school isn't seen as an extension all that that that kind of religious community, so yeah for me. The fairies white balance everyone's rights is just have inclusive schools. Eighth you six goals. Just sack you. The schools right? Everyone's freedom of bullets are respected, and that's as far as the state needs to go in terms of people's religious freedom. Just you know you don't undermine their freedom, but you sent me. You don't have to say yes to every they come up with is interesting point you made there about certain violations of religious freedom that could be seen as symbolic. Inequality theoretical, trickling down to practical implications on religious freedom. What is the National Secular Society? To reclaim religious freedom. Well right from the GEICO. Insurance. Religious Freedom is something that everyone can enjoy a founder, Charles Brad Laura was denied. He's right to ASEAN parliaments on his beliefs. He worked to ensure that elected representatives had the right to affirm Rav than sweat a religious oath, and his odes that in one thousand, ninety eight. That made this possible and you know we still have today. Today was still China, the religious privileges that resulted in erosion of other people's freedoms. And you know I. IT sometimes said that for every religious privilege. This victim and I think that's right. I think we have lots of problems in the UK with respect to minority communities where individual freedoms being lost or subsumed by group rights. Take example Sharia courts yes, tolerates them is tolerated manifestations religion. It's grunting people religious freedom that you know what we don't think about the rights of the vulnerable nine ours. You win in within those communities. And? All their religious freedoms, being respected other human rights, being respected, so we've got to be careful. When religious fundamentalists masquerade as guardians of religious freedom, they use the token about their own religious freedom, a not necessarily the freedoms everyone within that group. Who they wished, control so. I think. He's doing an important job in calling out. We campaign for five schools to be replaced by intrusive schools. We can paint orange collective worship in impose wits not wanted in schools and other places such as workplaces canceled chambers, even the mother of all parliaments, which for some bizarre reason starts every session. Still relying can press, so we we campaign for everyone's rights and freedoms be properly balanced. And yet we are constantly making the case that. Yes, you have the right to your religion, but you don't have the right to impose the another's, and you don't necessarily have the right to have exemptions from laws designed to protect the people on the welfare of animals for that matter. So often what we see is those seeking to defend religious freedom, only really talking about their own interests, but ugly secularists more concerned about everyone's religious freedom, and ensuring that we have this kind of this balancing of rights that needs to go to make sure that everyone is respected and does sometimes mean a say, not religious groups. Anka's popular, sometimes but you know we are acting in interest, freedom and fantasy, but a significant focus for us right now is to correct some of these misconceptions around released freedom that have been allowed to develop so us what the emphasis is doing well. We've gotten conference coming up in London next night where we'll be getting religious freedom defenders together to make the point that religious freedom is a right that belongs to everyone. Okay, and what could be ordinary person, do to reclaim or to protect religious freedom, or even just to understand it. That's A. Well I work is made possible by members and supporters contribution so say. If, it's something you're interested in, please join the NSS be part of the movement that is seeking Crichton a secular Britain when everyone's rights probably balanced. But it's not just a case of a naming the work. We do I think people everyone everywhere lead to. Become maybe a little bit more vocal about asserting their rights, and also standing up for the rights and freedoms of others away. You see someone else's religion imposing on your freedom. Mike, Stand and say so but just as vocal when other people's rights are being restricted. Okay that that's. Kind of good advice for. Just get along better together. Well finally, we'd like to leave our listeners with some recommendations. Stephen Author, any books or films that you think do a good job of exploring religious freedom that you'd like to share. Well to films that I've watched recently come to mind in the they take the abstract concept of religious freedom and show live reality, religious freedom, being restricted looks like the first one is opposed to see on. It's a film by British. Make Daniel. POCATELLO! which sheds light on the rally, internal workings of Jehovah's Witnesses and gives an idea of what being a witnesses maybe like. An high stifling it must be particularly when you lose the faith and find yourself on the receiving end of their. Shunning policies. The second film which I saw just last week, actually called disobedience. and. That's the film about. Forbidden Love, To Be Lesbian of in London's Jewish Orthodox community and expose both those films are really about how individual human rights and religious freedoms restricted, not by the states in the is cases, but by insular communities.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The dollar the yen is at one oh seven point six eight Tom and Paul karos go through so much for all of you wondering in shock about this market whether you're a hundred percent invested in Amazon levers out with a margin call or whatever or you're not this is the most important conversation of the day for so many of us the whiplash the volatility the up to eighty on the Vicks where we are now twenty eight still way above the X. normal of twenty it has been a shocking shocking twelve months Stephen officiel this before was federated Hermes running directly operation which ruled he could speak to us blue chip in investment Steve what did you do in the middle of March I mean I mean you know you're you're doing this for a long term your idea of short term is three years or five years what were you doing in the middle of March besides look at it Pittsburgh pirates spring training almost as much in Pittsburgh Pirates trade training I you know our our view was if he knows kind the downdrafts you know my experience tells me just got a hold your fire no we we went into the thing frankly too optimistic but we were you know basing our view on the idea that the market was probably heading significantly higher lighter drivers this bull market I've talked about on your show and then the only thing hit and it just came out hard very very quickly we were playing the chess game and you know I learned a long time ago I'm not the smartest guy in this chess board and that's what I think if the bears in trouble they start to think they're smarter than everybody else and I'm looking the same thing everyone else is looking at and I'm thinking well the fed got to do something here so we were advising our clients hold your ground hang on your equity overweight there will be a reaction here and so we held our ground and you know we think we're still in an uptrend you know what what I would call a kind of short term bear market within that and most importantly to what we've been focusing on is stock picking because I figure we can't really get this market one way or the other but we can figure out which of the stocks are going to win and lose it down at the Loews everything was getting clobbered it didn't matter whether you were a winner or a loser or something in between and that's where the real R. Lee was there was just get bodies winners we know they're going to actually do well in this environment in fact in fact many of them are actually growing their cash flow in the corner Longtown the way the easy part of the game yeah but what's so important about what Mr Ross says here is it's always easy to say I go to a doctor for the winners but in that exercise you try to avoid the losers yeah I think that's even more important in the fight to the next available so I think that yeah see it you know you mentioned the game about it you know you can just avoid losers the plugs in your portfolio so so see what are some of the sectors here we go again we we retraced kind of half of that decline we saw that thirty four percent decline peak to trough retraced you know maybe a little more than half of that what are some of the sectors here as you look out to maybe the other side of this pandemic that it got your attention right here will call the first like twenty section to that that this is one of the issues people sued only creatures have to decline if you look at what I call the survivors which do come is gonna make it through but need the economy to be alive they've retested there March twenty three lows it's only the winners and the winners aren't going to retest March twenty three and so the average of the market looks like it's only retraced half the cost while also it loads the cliche of the client or the other unit hasn't gone back to those lows but actually the stock that matter have in terms of sectors we continue to think the digitization of the economy is a big theme is accelerating as a result of this so therefore we like tech but more importantly we like companies that are utilizing that now in the broader economy so goes across sectors were fining companies particularly in small cap land that are taking advantage of technology to take share me example tele doc right is the healthcare space it is using technology to quiver healthcare services online right that's a big growing business right now we're looking at the form because we think that's another that's been a trend biotech it's exhilarating now obviously we've been looking at this manufacturing renaissance name because we have a lot of companies that we think are going to okay right now they look pretty beaten up but if this economy does come back as we expect it will insure it and starts they're gonna be taking share is supply chain come back in from China you know that's what's going to happen the next five years but I don't think it matters who's the president do we do we think it do you think Steve about you know some of the sectors have just been really crushed on them thinking about energy for example or sink oil come back here off of this new historic lows in pricing take negative pricing we think that the energy patch well we're not there yet we're we're sniffing around I I think on the energy patch the way I would play it is to go with the real big integrated hands they're usually the boring stocks but they actually are the beneficiaries you know they've got the balance sheets and they're the beneficiaries of the shakeout that's now happening as all these wildcatters in Texas finally find out in this is why the the I think spots Rowling is like the wildcatters are pointing out none of the the depots will take their their supply you know and so they they're being forced to shut in and a lot of those wells can't come back up once they're shot in so it's the big players that have access to storage and have balance sheets to get through this they're going to benefit from the inevitable rebounding in energy prices gonna happen over the next three years he's been no investment in new capacity and a lot of the existing is being shot in the economy comes back I'm not a screaming buy on these names but I you can at least select the dividend pretty safely here I think in the energy space I would play it more defensively is what I'm saying Stephen was driving the market higher here was federated right now read on the screen for the morning will green right now dial up twenty six points S. and P. fractionally higher we give those levels two nine seven two and standard poor's five hundred twenty four six zero six twenty four thousand six hundred on the Dow the fix of the twenty eight twenty seven point eight seven Steve I hate to mention this Paul twice but I got to do it in one show which is a rare thing Robert Shipman the team over Bloomberg intelligence writing up a credit report one of the small technology stocks called Microsoft what would you like Steve off for those tech giants to do with all that cash me once do they have an obligation to do something with it or it is a is a conservative button down a guy like you comfortable they got a good jillion dollars on their balance sheet they got the flexibility come you know the market cap expands it does not become you know excessive bill do maybe some acquisitions as Microsoft and Google have in the areas that can expand their footprint even further it is in that spaces you know rich get richer environment and that's one of the reasons why the large cap names are doing well but is it even the niche small cap names that have niche capabilities that are growing in this environment that's going to be one of the games here I guess in the next two or three years you're going to see further consolidation and that's what the case even in some of the sectors we can talk about retail restaurant chains hotels there's gonna be a consolidation of the winning players and you're gonna have capacity come out of the system that was already suffering going into this thing and this is just this is just accelerating that process now it's it's violent what's going on so the reason why you can't be overly bullish about the economy because the creative destruction process is going to be a little bit of a drag here I think in the next twelve to eighteen months but you're in the right stocks I think you can still do very well see how much Sir did that does a market really need a nother round of fiscal stimulus the for several rounds we got out of Washington would generally bipartisan generally out the door pretty quickly but it looks like this next round whether it's the three trillion that the house is proposing not going to be so easy how much does the market really need another round of fiscal stimulus I don't bring it home you know over a pole rather what I kept saying during the crisis was this is not a stimulus is the way we normally think about it it's basically a bridge loan the economy is healthy we need a bridge loan to get us through this crisis so I think that's what the first round should be characterized it was a bridge loan now whether we use stimulus or not depends on how well the bridge along worked and how much creative destruction is now going to happen but I think the first ran the stimulus is now happening which is we've got all this cash piling up the savings rate is through the roof the so called unemployed most of them have been getting cash from the government the business is our flights are are pretty liquid we're going to see how much it is frightening gets on leash now and I think that itself is going to be a stimulus in if we get progress continued progress on the healthcare side with things like maternity vaccine site data stimulus psychologically to consumers who need to spend their cash in so let's see how that goes over the summer and I think this is one reason why there isn't a bipartisan support here tonight is on we need another big right misty there's too much optimism go a Stephen author with federated farmers really greatly appreciate his attendance Dow up forty four points of X. twenty seven point seven nine with the news even though our city here's Michael Barr Tom Paul thank you very much house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer calling on president trump to fly the flag at half 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S. because of covert nineteen psychologist certification specialists are watching the unfolding covert nineteen crisis as closely as medical experts are the virus has created anxiety uncertainty and fear in a wide swath of the population of the website that offers treatment resources rehab dot com it has jumped to three hundred eighty two percent with an uptick in.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of higher learning in Boston shut down earlier in the year because of coronavirus shifting instead to virtual classrooms WBZ TV's enteritis Rodriguez looks of what may be ahead for the fall semester Massachusetts is home to more than a hundred colleges and universities higher education is critically important to the Massachusetts economy a network of campuses serves more than half a million students between salaries operating budgets and sponsored research these institutions generate billions for the local economy but how will they adapt to this new reality I am currently on campus because I'm originally from Malaysia John Asia is a rising sophomore at Emerson College she says it's been tough adjusting to online learning after an abrupt end to classes it's really hard to just acknowledge that Mansell barrier that keeps us from being productive ninety Ryan just wrapped up her senior year at Boston University the ban on large gatherings postponed her graduation you said it died as soon as it's safe to do so they're gonna do commencement the question is on everyone's mind is what higher education will look like this fall a meeting of the minds trying to start answering that question today we are planning that a majority of our classes will be hybrid remote or online with a smaller number of on ground classes members in college president Dr Lee Pelton lead the virtual discussion hosted by the Boston chamber the round table revealing what the college experience could look like under our new normal smaller classes on campus Stanford dorm arrangements and more students learning remotely Boston University in north eastern say they plan to do their own testing we are going to do along testing we are going to do our own tracking and we are going to look at them the density of everything in the university for pairing with within the social justice and guidelines for how we could open up our campuses but with a host of options on the table the question of who will be willing to return still remains here mass president Marty man is looking to freeze tuition for in state undergraduate students to help families impacted by the corona virus if the UMass board of trustees okay's man's proposal next month nearly fifty thousand students would benefit and will be the first time in six years without a tuition hike for the undergrads another legal win for the trump administration and its effort to prevent house Democrats from viewing secret evidence from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation here's A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey the Supreme Court Wednesday blocked the release of grand jury materials from the Russia investigation denying house Democrats for the second time this month the ability to view information that they believe might show president trump obstructed justice the how Judiciary Committee which requested the withheld materials believes trump may have misled Muller and written answers to the special counsel the court will now decide early this summer whether to extend the hold Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington sports is coming up this is a Bloomberg money minute even as the economy begins to emerge from its coronavirus lockdown Americans continue to lose their jobs the government later today is expected to report another two point four million first time jobless benefit claims last week down from the previous week but still sky high by pre pandemic standards stocks are coming off a positive session erasing Tuesday's losses Stephen authored federated investment management thinks the market action is in line with what he sees as an uneven recovery thing it's gonna be a very choppy restart but we do think we're going to get restarted but more importantly the market is not detached it's worried about the economic reality the nasdaq led yesterday's advance up to percent AT&T says it will stop advertising its wireless network is five G. evolution after the better business bureau said it was misleading the.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Up against his political sideshow is news radio eight forty WHAS the deal to revive the pandemic crippled economy before election day one trump administration officials pushing in and inconclusive study on heat and humidity is impact on covert nineteen vice president pence encouraging Florida tourism reopening referring to a homeland security lab study on heat and the virus the half life on this virus drops the infinitesimally small with with humidity in daylight and so I just encourage you to factor that into your policies that study done in a lab and did not conclusively show the sun and humidity will kill the virus outside in the crowd Andy field ABC news Washington even though he's voted by mail in the past president trump remains opposed to allowing Americans afraid of going to polling places because of the pandemic to vote by mail people signing ballots who knows who signing these ballots they have a balance they pick the ballot they take about a mailbox as they go around accumulate and they harvest there is no evidence of such widespread voter fraud Richard Cantu ABC news hi everybody with that updated overnight forecast on W. okay why chief meteorologist Jay cargo C. mainly cloudy skies through the overnight those temperatures down in the middle fifties as we look ahead to your Thursday we'll see partly to mostly cloudy skies are mid day shower certainly possible high temperatures right around seventy Friday looks to be a decent day a mix of sun and clouds seasonable temperatures in the upper seventies that's your forecast on WLKY chief meteorologist Jay card OC this is a Bloomberg money minute even as the economy begins to emerge from its coronavirus lockdown Americans continue to lose their jobs the government later today is expected to report another two point four million first time jobless benefit claims last week down from the previous week but still sky high by pre pandemic standards stocks are coming off a positive session erasing Tuesday's losses Stephen authored.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The corona virus if the UMass board of trustees okay's man's proposal next month nearly fifty thousand students would benefit and will be the first time in six years without a tuition hike for the undergrads another legal win for the trump administration and its effort to prevent house Democrats from viewing secret evidence from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation here's ABC's Adam Kelsey the Supreme Court Wednesday blocked the release of grand jury materials from the Russia investigation denying house Democrats for the second time this month the ability to view information that they believe might show president trump obstructed justice the how Judiciary Committee which requested the withheld materials believes trump may have misled Muller and written answers to the special counsel the court will now decide early this summer whether to extend the hold Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington sports is coming up this is a Bloomberg money minute even as the economy begins to emerge from its coronavirus lockdown Americans continue to lose their jobs the government later today is expected to report another two point four million first time jobless benefit claims last week down from the previous week but still sky high by pre pandemic standards stocks are coming off a positive session erasing Tuesday's losses Stephen authored federated investment management thinks the market action is in line with what he sees as an uneven recovery thing it's gonna be a very choppy restart but we do think we're going to get restarted but more importantly the market is not detached it's worried about the economic reality the nasdaq led yesterday's advance up to percent AT&T says it will stop advertising its wireless network is five G..

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"stephen authors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The ban on large gatherings postponed her graduation you said that as soon as it's safe to do so they're gonna do commencement the question is on everyone's mind is what higher education will look like this fall a meeting of the minds trying to start answering that question today we are planning that a majority of our classes will be hybrid remote or online with a smaller number on ground classes members in college president Dr Lee Pelton lead the virtual discussion hosted by the Boston chamber the round table revealing what the college experience could look like under our new normal smaller classes on campus Stanford dorm arrangements and more students learning remotely Boston University in north eastern say they plan to do their own testing we are going to do along testing we are going to do alone tracking and we are going to look at them the density of everything in the university for her pairing with within the social justice and guidelines for how we could open up our campuses but with a host of options on the table the question of who will be willing to return still remains you mass president Marty man is looking to freeze tuition for in state undergraduate students to help families impacted by the corona virus if the UMass board of trustees okay's man's proposal next month nearly fifty thousand students would benefit and will be the first time in six years without a tuition hike for the undergrads another legal win for the trump administration and its effort to prevent house Democrats from viewing secret evidence from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation here's A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey the Supreme Court Wednesday blocked the release of grand jury materials from the Russia investigation denying house Democrats for the second time this month the ability to view information that they believe might show president trump obstructed justice to how Judiciary Committee which requested the withheld materials believes trump may have misled Muller and written answers to the special counsel the court will now decide early this summer whether to extend the hold Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington sports is coming up this is a Bloomberg money minute even as the economy begins to emerge from its coronavirus lockdown Americans continue to lose their jobs the government later today is expected to report another two point four million first time jobless benefit claims last week down from the previous week but still sky high by pre pandemic standards stocks are coming off a positive session erasing Tuesday's losses Stephen authored federated investment management thinks the market action is in line with what he sees as an uneven recovery meaning it can be a very choppy restart but we do think we're going to get restarted but more importantly the market is not detached it's worried about the economic reality the nasdaq led yesterday's advance up to percent AT&T says it will stop advertising its wireless network is five G. evolution after the better business bureau said it was misleading the network is not true five G. just its four G. network with minor speed boats I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio very she S. biggest dealer in New England not us home improvement stores they've got parking lot sheds they've got everything the one I go to even as birds that live in the store sure yes they're flying around the how we gonna top that we had to go out and buy a bird sound effect dang thing scared people to death didn't work but come to find out didn't need it because we have one thing the home improvement store doesn't have we have the reeds ferry **** no fall of particle board higher quality backed by.

"stephen authors" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

16:33 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on Something Who

"Look at Phil Morris Interview own it on this special edition Special Edition I it is I guess pretty much what I remember the only two things things. I guess that that came out it was. He doesn't tell the station manager story or at least if he does ends up on the cutting room floor because Vanessa having that on the DVD. So uh-huh yeah so yeah so so the BBC obviously not prepared to stand behind that one and then this discussion of evil the dollars right at the end which again it just seems to come out and nothing I mean look I mean I. I'm not GonNa Start suggesting that that Morris has anything about either likes his whereabouts but it is it. He's just an old bit of placement in there and that kind of half smile before the interference Yeah you can say about. It really knows who knows. I suppose. Maybe that's why he's not only feel and although you do wonder why they leave that part in what if it's not you know not informative. It was just been speculation was not about allowance regard. I think it's just I mean I have to. I just wouldn't cycle but considering what else may have ended up on the cutting floor is also they. They left that particular better than any other bit. That was interesting. Is You get Vanessa talking to somebody off camera. While looking through one of the episodes by the web enemy. I forget which any says remember member enemy episode one. That took an hour and it is the old part. Is that if if we believe the the the narrative events and the reason why wouldn't believe the narrative but but I mean that they all expect films patients took place on either that one day or maybe two days so to say remember bird if if if it happened yesterday seems that straight quitting unless of course he examined enemy one earlier on when he was Phil. MARCI's tonight I just stuck out to me slightly better language. But then there's been a lot of art language missing episodes thing anyway has it. Has Anything really been going on. Recently in the missing episodes fan is not been into it for number of months genuinely now no I mean there. There was there was interest I think in missing believed wiped. There was a Patrick Trafton drama. That came up but nothing now. Oh yes I remember. Member at time the screening of mind will ban by the presents. A said Short. Come along to missing believe what is a brand new long Ross. puch trout drama coming out what was going to say Dr who episode and some people read something into the launch of Brit box but I must say seven peaks piqued my interest in any way died. Maybe we'll get another Reconstruction the wheel in space. reconstructive definitely is a possibility. Yeah I think so But but did that just brick box in the UK and the US. Sorry so yes I think. That's a distinct possibility. WanNa know why You is by suspect was a an experiment that proved not very interesting to any construction's disappear. Yes yeah but the animation's looking good yes. Yes so I I was in the Excel Centre. What couple of months ago? Now I guess when they and dance the fury from the deep animation and I think the fact that they have two sets of animators now is is definitely an excellent way for also yeah. I was very impressed with the work. That Gary Russell's team from Australia and India are doing on the fury from the deep they were able to. Yeah you say I I always liked the planet fifty five animations when they were doing dies and I think this is more in that more than than the ones we've seen from the Kapanen also looking looking at the faceless ones. I think the new team looking after that I think maybe taking it in a slightly different direction from macaroni. They seem to be more faithful to original story than than the macro one more so I think I'm hopeful. About how much of a new team is it for faces Lack assist rob richie sort of running the show now. Isn't it rather than it knows this. A hesitating Sakari number or a name but This this the Irish ladies in charge of it. I was part of the team. She's she added valiantly against something like that So she is I think holding the reins. I'm Marie that's what she's called Amurri. Yeah hedge shooting took over from from Trough L.. Not I'm just not sure how many people have roller actually always a handful. I mean the the the the the big finish one. This decastro percents As far as I can tell us in India but with the English team I think is a cottage industry. Well let's say CASTA thousands that they really mean that but it but I think on a larger scale vices. Ones must be coming out march for faceless ones. This one's much. Is that coming out right. Mark I believe March and July possibly for fury of July. I think is English summer. Yeah and I think they must be an expectation after that of may be to a year. which which would see through the remaining missing stories in a reasonable timeframe and hopefully get them on? The Leroy bulk sets coming out as well that would be excellent. Wouldn't we appear to be would seem like could travesty. If if they produce the boxes for those areas without any representation of the missing episodes. I mean certainly I personally. I've given up on on seeing any further missing episodes in any reasonable timeframe site. It so I think donny missions must be the wife who sadly well I intend to. Maybe see some older. That's your long while because I thought intend to outlive all the private collectors who Have I so I think. That's a perfectly reasonable expectation to have because Yeah I think at some point some of these things must pop out for that reason. I mean some of them were poorly. Pro probably lost with the people who died but but but some of them are you if you think which which would reappear more more interesting more limited time. I'm hopeful for thirty odd years yet. So so you never know well. We got some for the fiftieth anniversary. Maybe by the hundredth anniversary. We'll get some more. Maybe I is is a little bit beyond my time frame. Though I'll be I'll be ninety five for the for the hundred starting as possibly play a little bit to optimus now well. We'll russell is a wealthy area. It's very true. Very true. Shu We should. We have a chat about the pilot. Yep Yeah I've been all self off the Bat I remember being I mean neither hating it nor loving it but not being particularly excited by the pilot. I landed ended. But what watching this time I think. Perhaps perhaps that's an expectation. Perhaps go back to it thinking. Oh this is going to be. You don't watch Actually all right defeating it. It's funny that I thought about it in conjunction conjunction with what kind lighter and it seemed okay at the time it was a pin here but going back us up. It's it's so bad I'm not sure. What did you think here enjoyed a This was a couple of years ago. Twenty seventeen yeah just come out of school go on starting you work. Yeah store was like quite refreshing that it was sort of a new beginning for the shower as well. It was. Yeah so for me personally where I was in my life on a teed up because I was also involved with Clara Story along Florida Join Enough I think went too long also agreed that it was good sake palley with a new companion. I I liked Matt. Lucas says Oh yeah which was a divisive so a character saint recall. Yeah I I I again I I think in this one Matt Lucas. Because he doesn't he doesn't get it doesn't appear all that much. Whatever he does is is as well acted and it seems these believable characterization Nice combat relief it on? Yeah yes I liked what he says after bill gives the bigger on the inside than it is on the outside line. He says we got there. And I have a handshake delivers the the classic line coming out with all these oddball questions yes roy. Lift and various other. Things can go anywhere in the university. The actually effect. It's it's it's very accomplishment of work from from Stephen Author David the other funny lines and and the the fact that time passes and you get to you know sort of several months compressed into a single story I it's it's it's moffitt working at the highest parents. Think using it sort of Sitcom background for some Nice dial on what did did you think about bill. Even when I saw this first on my soul this actually quite like character bill murphy engaging so different from Clara who own was probably going to get todd off towards the end but actually in this episode in particular. I thought it was quite a good introduction for bill because she's quite lockable and if the guy yea what did you think. Yeah I I like bill I think over the course of the episode. You get you. We're told about a back axe story. Yeah we're family and I liked what the doctor did for Christmas president getting out old photographs showing that family meant a lot and it's sort of waves in the hall of fame of the thing about reflection. 'cause it's the reflection of in in the in although you do wonder sort of hanging whether she actually picked up on that. Yeah because that's the way we see that it's the doctor in the mirror and that reflection and there's a sort of zooming face and then on on the picture you get a scene where she addresses it not and then later on when she found out that the doctors and travel you think she might free Dan so left hanging one. Yeah kind of wish that. They haven't made a big thing about bills cart being gay before the episode came out. Because it's it's actually handled relatively lightly in in this particular one. Yeah you SORTA come to a realization over the course of the of the program and I think you going into it knowing that than those little touches didn't really help you but if you haven't done that then I think it was. It was quite unless they aren't doing. Yes because it's is handled quite normally and because it's a very noble thing so that didn't really need to be several articles about it. It's certainly handled much better in our first story than lighter. More came to seems to think we've forgotten what our sexuality and he has to constantly try and remind under the we've been watching it but I thought that was really good in this episode. I've heard in retrospect they were criticizing MOFFITT. People do have problems with the way he writes. Women occasional succumb bridge with the way bill talks about having fatted line. Let's just because she was favoring here. I think it's how you feel about that occurred so I'm not sure really show where where I'm sure I'll stand really. Yeah because it you see they'll sort of talking about the PA- version. And then she. She had fatted him not taking credit for whether that's appropriate not show. Yeah yeah then. SORTA doesn't the character doesn't appear again go online. That's Chee lost interest in off. She factored out. Yeah I mean I so I kind of know what you're talking about. The feels like she's she's come to realization. Well okay I'm not so. I'm not sure if she's deliberately feed him more checks to make a fat to stop. Stop whatever's going on or if she just gives them more chance because she likes and then over time she becomes fatter of result of which the attraction chops off and she's just coming to that realization. I think it's the second. Why don't think she's doing it deliberately? It's just he's favoring. Yeah Yeah in which in which case. I don't think that there's all that much in it but then of course I'm more of kind of Moffett. Demographic than the bill demographic you're you're you're sort of near in h to the character here and so I mean you may have more modern sensibilities. This is something I've seen. People talk about is certainly not something. I've thought of at the time but some also got to consider maybe the just I just wanted to be fat. It wasn't chips chips. Lots of chips woman. Absolutely right carrying rights Sir United for someone to have the body shape of their happy with quantum physics the same thing as poetry because because of the rhymes apparently too much line quite how tree that is. I mean I know a little bit about quantum physics. What the the little bit that I know is perplexing? I mean I have to say it's one of those things that that works in terms of solving problems but doesn't really bad much thinking about say. I think I know less about quantum physics than I do about. `Bout con constantly. It's probably not really was one of those lines that it is funny stack out probably sorts music thing that Brian Cox say Yeah Quantum physics. It's the same thing as poetry because of their personally people would say. Oh my goodness how preparing this to Cox when when we capacity says it they say are how droll Mr comparatively with your with your loan scholarship. When I say they just say what I I like? The doctor becoming bills cheated us again. It's handled very very well. I mean is it nicely I mean he kind of imposes himself upon but but also seems to come from a nice place in the end. Yeah the W- when he says you know she goes. I'm not a student. You can't take that will slow that needs to be that eager.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

"All right. We are back talking now about some things that we are learning last week. We talk in your Tattoo. Yeah that was pretty today. We're going to cover another one another tattoo. Your mom will not be happening. It's it's my mom and just so in case you guys all know Steven. He's my son so so anyway you hear some of that sometimes come out when our family talk and his mom is not real happy with his tattoos but she she she likes it she likes it. That's what she's you keep telling yourself you keep it honest with a self. Keep telling you but I will say that at starbucks today. A Guy I total strangers just walked up. What does that Tattoo me? I gotta say that was cool moment some guy from la or something. Yeah he just wanted to know and you got to Winston. What is to him? It was very cool. I'll sit there and watched it. I loved it. Yeah so I'm not motivated to get a tattoo because of it but I'm just saying that was cool. Did you tell your mom that'll make better. I usually likes it already. The whatever okay all right so so i WanNa talk about what I've been reading recently. We've done a some choice. Resource Awards awards next level worship has come out with those and you can go to our website and check them out twelve different resources. Some books are music. Some are online the courses that you can check out. These are things that we believe are really valuable. An excellent and good worship the allergy very are excited about the choice resource awards but one of those is a book by Mike Harland. It's a book called Worship Essentials and I'm not GonNa get into all the details that I won't tell you to go read the book but it's really really good. Especially if you are a worship leader or a pastor now realized that everybody listening is one of those but maybe the Lord may call all you to be that one day down the road or just as a good church member that wants to support his passer passer and leaders. This'll be a good book for you. Mike. Carlin wrote it. And we've got an interview. I did hour long interview with Mike. Akai went up to his office in Nashville Dinner. An interview with him and it's a great interview. He did a got a job to explain the book. But what I WANNA point out to. You is that he's got four four parts to this book and again I won't get into the details tales of what what all these are but the first thing he says and he impacts it in the book is called till the story so the First Section about telling the story. And here's what he said Stephen Authors. There's really good. He said you can't tell a story that you don't have I think he's got a good point he said so when you're leading others in worship leading them to worship God you need to have a story of your own what do you think about that. You gotTa have a reason to leave. Then you gotta understand what you're leading wire leading them in what you're talking about. Would you agree. Yeah Yeah I mean you could get up into sing the song and his mouth words come out. But what about if he knew at the song would that mean more. I'm sure the NFC idea it's like telling somebody he uses A. I don't know if he uses this'll choice and this may be minute but he talked about this in the interview. We talked about it together. It's like telling somebody about a great restaurant but you've never been to that restaurant it's like it's like listening to somebody interviewed about parenting and they have no kids. They've never parented. They've never been to the restaurant. They have no experience. But they're talking about. Do you want someone leading you in worship this not experiencing worship. That's his point in the first part of the book you gotTa tell a story and first first of all you gotTa have a story. Yeah Okay and then you got to communicate that story well and and I WANNA get into this in a different con. Different podcast outcast. I WanNa talk about leading and influencing people engaging people from the platform. That's a different conversation. But that's what he gets into in the first part of this book telling the story communicated way that's interesting and engaging and so and so and then the second one is is make disciples and this is what I love this book and I love what might extend so much and am not learning. This is I'm being reminded of it. And I'm being encouraged by but this somehow I love that our minister has been trying to do for longtime as make disciples through through worship and and and so it's not just waiting for the teachers or the Smog Margaret leaders to do it. We all have a responsibility to help other people grow. And that's what that's what he talks about in there. So that was very encouraging to see make disciples whatever role you play. If you're the nursery workers you can you can encourage an an and some influence the parents parents and the and the teachers around you you can make an impact and and your ministry can help make disciples okay. Then the third one is engaged the body so he said and I wanna hear what you think to this but he said it's not enough just to sing to them. You want to engage them. You don't WanNa just stand up and Sing Adam. You want them to get engaged as well. Yes I think. That's this great this leadership. Yep It definitely is and and And the fact is they're going to be engaged by something if it's not you it'll be their cell phones or it'll what they've got going on tomorrow tomorrow or it'll be nice for sure you know. The Dude looks funny on the front row. Yeah I think that's super important plus it's just a it's it just shows the unification of body. That's what I love about being worship leader under about more than anything. You know. Grounded in faith with a bunch of people. You know it encourages me does. And so I think that's total diverse in thanks psalm. Thirty six says o taste and see the Lord's good idea if you've gone to that great restaurant. Don't you WanNa go tell people about that. Great restaurant of course if we if we've tasted the Lord is so to speak and in our personal tom in our daily time and we've got to know him fall in love with him. We want others to do that too. We don't want them just to set up there and watch us saying we want them to experience. His goodness experiences grace experienced the the words in the meaning of the words were singing. And I think that's the point of this book and it certainly when I believe engage the body. Don't just let them be spectators. Yeah Okay and then the fourth thing he says is a spire with purpose and say about that today is that this is so important important to not only know the songs are singing are what you're doing in your church but no why you're doing it to snow why I think there's a lot of people don't really know why they're involved with a wide with church An- and participating something stop and think. Why do you do that? And that's what he said. Aspire with purpose have reasons let people know that your purpose is to glorify the Lord yes but also engage people people and all these other things just have purpose and have a system. He talks about a system in that book worship. Essentials says how are you going to accomplish these things know how you're going to have the purpose for it and stick to it and because in the long run it will pay off love that. That's good. Yeah I think purposes so important because often whether it's it's bleeding worshiper music or something totally totally different. Someone will get into something and to a meaning whether it's hobby or career because they like it just because they enjoy it which is good. He's me you should enjoy joy it but if that is the reason the problem comes into play because inevitably one day you're gonNA wake up and you're gonNA hate it this. Is that all of this where you're going with this. But it reminds me of when he said it. You said you watched a shark tank and you saw a gallon. There that that that was that was that he was he was trying that show. Oh was is one where people bring them ideas and try to get them invest in their business ideas there and this guy brought a very unusual entrepreneurs walking in front of four four or five investors like big time invested right. And you remember what you told me though the guy yes. Yeah so this guy is. I have no idea what was in that guys head when he started that company or want so no. That doesn't relate to what I'm talking about. Oh yes he does. No wait a minute because you said is that. He said his wife working fulltime. Because somebody asked him how you support me it was that though. So that's why brought it up because he's he literally walks in and puts these awful smelling canes wants most vacant his whole his whole deal was was like was like I was about getting married now wife but she hated the way. My apartment's bill so it was like I gotta make it smell good but I wanted to still be manly. You know so. He's got Kamalia Campfire one. That smells like one. Smells like Bacon and then one. It was like a joke. Granted he knew it was stupid. But it's Molly Fart. He brings is this in and I mean the the design of the logo and the stuff at all it like something you'd see in the kids section. Yeah but anyway he was is They ask him investors ask him. How do you support yourself on this? And he's like well. My wife Works full-time made one of them. Said they just called it out like your wife works full-time while you pour four candles. Yeah all day long. And it's just I can. He's gotten somewhere not company because he's on it so we're not picking on him but the point that I'm trying to make up well if you're listening the FARC. Oh my God so what. I'm trying to make it is is is your purpose worthy of your time and investment. Because that's what guys giving a lot of time. Yeah I just think I think on the days when you wake up and you hate it if there's no deeper motive if deeper grounding then you tend to fall by the wayside don't we have of all people in the world don't we have the greatest purpose of all and that's to ultimately are again. The heart of worship Russian is to is to live a life of worship that encourages others to one or two and a great purpose of also. So so you know I was thinking about this too so that they get really like maybe the rest of us just kind of tired. Sometimes you know you can go to be discouraged. You know if you're trying to lead are the people who were going to get it. Are They GonNa follow you know do they. Are we going to be able to Iraq right. Now we're trying to raise money for the end of the year in our ministry organization. We're trying to raise funds for big for next year and you just wonder if we're GONNA be able to do that or people are GonNa get it. They GonNA support you all these questions and it can be very discouraging and what. I was reminded of his something. Paul said he said. Don't be don't don't be weary and well doing for. In time and time you will reap a harvest. If you don't give up powerful Eddie. If you don't quit don't quit just know why you doing. And that's purpose that I think going back to the book worship essentials this what he's talking about spar with purpose know Y. You're doing what you do and do it with all your mind even when you get tired sometimes you just got to remind yourself. There's a deeper purpose absolutely.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

"All right. We are back talking now about some things that we are learning last week. We talk in your Tattoo. Yeah that was pretty today. We're going to cover another one another tattoo. Your mom will not be happening. It's it's my mom and just so in case you guys all know Steven. He's my son so so anyway you hear some of that sometimes come out when our family talk and his mom is not real happy with his tattoos but she she she likes it she likes it. That's what she's you keep telling yourself you keep it honest with a self. Keep telling you but I will say that at starbucks today. A Guy I total strangers just walked up. What does that Tattoo me? I gotta say that was cool moment some guy from la or something. Yeah he just wanted to know and you got to Winston. What is to him? It was very cool. I'll sit there and watched it. I loved it. Yeah so I'm not motivated to get a tattoo because of it but I'm just saying that was cool. Did you tell your mom that'll make better. I usually likes it already. The whatever okay all right so so i WanNa talk about what I've been reading recently. We've done a some choice. Resource Awards awards next level worship has come out with those and you can go to our website and check them out twelve different resources. Some books are music. Some are online the courses that you can check out. These are things that we believe are really valuable. An excellent and good worship the allergy very excited about the choice resource awards but one of those is a book by Mike Harland. It's a book called Worship Essentials and I'm not GonNa get into all the details that I won't tell you to go read the book but it's really really good. Especially if you are a worship leader or a pastor now realized that everybody listening is one of those but maybe the Lord may call all you to be that one day down the road or just as a good church member that wants to support his passer passer and leaders. This'll be a good book for you. Mike. Carlin wrote it. And we've got an interview. I did hour long interview with Mike. Akai went up to his office in Nashville in an interview with him. And it's a great interview. He did a got a job to explain the book. But what I WANNA point out to you is that he's got four four parts to this book and again I won't get into the details tales of what what all these are but the first thing he says and he impacts it in the book is called till the story so the First Section about telling the story. And here's what he said Stephen Authors. There's really good. He said you can't tell a story that you don't have I think he's got a good point he said so when you're leading others in worship leading them to worship God you need to have a story of your own what do you think about that. You gotTa have a reason to leave. Then you gotta understand what you're leading wire leading them in what you're talking about. Would you agree. Yeah Yeah I mean you could get up into sing the song and his mouth words come out. But what about if he knew at the song would that mean more. I'm sure the NFC idea it's like telling somebody he uses A. I don't know if he uses this'll choice and this may be minute but he talked about this in the interview. We talked about it together. It's like telling somebody about a great restaurant but you've never been to that restaurant it's like it's like listening to somebody interviewed about parenting and they have no kids. They've never parented. They've never been to the restaurant. They have no experience. But they're talking about. Do you want someone leading you in worship this not experiencing worship. That's his point in the first part of the book you gotTa tell a story and first first of all you gotTa have a story. Yeah Okay and then you got to communicate that story well and and I WANNA get into this in a different con. Different podcast outcast. I WanNa talk about leading and influencing people engaging people from the platform. That's a different conversation. But that's what he gets into in the first part of this book telling the story communicated way that's interesting and engaging and so and so and then the second one is is make disciples and this is what I love this book and I love what might extend so much and am not learning. This is I'm being reminded of it. And I'm being encouraged by but this somehow I love that our minister has been trying to do for longtime as make disciples through through worship and and and so it's not just waiting for the teachers or the Smog Margaret leaders to do it. We all have a responsibility to help other people grow. And that's what that's what he talks about in there. So that was very encouraging to see make disciples whatever role you play. If you're the nursery workers you can you can encourage an an and some influence the parents parents and the and the teachers around you you can make an impact and and your ministry can help make disciples okay. Then the third one is engaged the body so he said and I wanna hear what you think to this but he said it's not enough just to sing to them. You want to engage them. You don't WanNa just stand up and Sing Adam. You want them to get in gauged as well. Yes I think. That's this great this leadership. Yep It definitely is and and And the fact is they're going to be engaged by something if it's not you it'll be their cell phones or it'll what they've got going on tomorrow tomorrow or it'll be nice for sure you know. The Dude looks funny on the front row. Yeah I think that's super important plus it's just a it's it just shows the unification of the body. That's what I love about being worship leader under about more than anything. You know. Grounded in faith with a bunch of people. You know it encourages me does. And so I think that's total diverse in thanks psalm. Thirty six says o taste and see the Lord's good idea if you've gone to that great restaurant. Don't you WanNa go tell people about that. Great restaurant of course if we if we've tasted the Lord is so to speak and in our personal tom in our daily time and we've got to know him fall in love with him. We want others to do that too. We don't want them just to set up there and watch us saying we want them to experience. His goodness experiences grace experienced the the words in the meaning of the words were singing. And I think that's the point of this book and it certainly when I believe engage the body. Don't just let them be spectators. Yeah Okay and then the fourth thing he says is a spire with purpose and say about that today is that this is so important important to not only know the songs are singing are what you're doing in your church but no why you're doing it to snow why I think there's a lot of people don't really know why they're involved with a wide with church An- and participating something stop and think. Why do you do that? And that's what he said. Aspire with purpose have reasons let people know that your purpose is to glorify the Lord yes but also engage people people and all these other things just have purpose and have a system. He talks about a system in that book worship. Essentials says how are you going to accomplish these things know how you're going to have the purpose for it and stick to it and because in the long run it will pay off love that. That's good. Yeah I think purposes so important because often whether it's it's bleeding worshiper music or something totally totally different. Someone will get into something and to a meaning whether it's hobby or career because they like it just because they enjoy it which is good. He's me you should enjoy joy it but if that is the reason the problem comes into play because inevitably one day you're gonNA wake up and you're gonNA hate it this. Is that all of this where you're going with this. But it reminds me of when he said it. You said you watched a shark tank and you saw a gallon. There that that that was that was that he was he was trying that show. Oh was is one where people bring them ideas and try to get them invest in their business ideas there and this guy brought a very unusual entrepreneurs walking in front of four four or five investors like big time invested right. And you remember what you told me though the guy yes. Yeah so this guy is. I have no idea what was in that guys head when he started that company or want so no. That doesn't relate to what I'm talking about. Oh yes he does. No wait a minute because you said is that. He said his wife working fulltime. Because somebody asked him how you support me it was that though. So that's why brought it up because he's he literally walks in and puts these awful smelling canes wants most vacant his whole his whole deal was was like was like I was about getting married now wife but she hated the way. My apartment's bill so it was like I gotta make it smell good but I wanted to still be manly. You know so. He's got Kamalia Campfire one. That smells like one. Smells like Bacon and then one. It was like a joke. Granted he knew it was stupid. But it's Molly Fart. He brings is this in and I mean the the design of the logo and the stuff at all it like something you'd see in the kids section. Yeah but anyway he was is They ask him investors ask him. How do you support yourself on this? And he's like well. My wife Works full-time made one of them. said the point is just. Call that out like your wife works full-time while you pour four candles. Yeah all day long. And it's just I can. He's gotten somewhere not company because he's on it so we're not picking on him but the point that I'm trying to make up well if you're listening the FARC. Oh my God so what. I'm trying to make it is is is your purpose worthy of your time and investment. Because that's what guys giving a lot of time. Yeah I just think I think on the days when you wake up and you hate it if there's no deeper motive if deeper grounding then you tend to fall by the wayside don't we have of all people in the world don't we have the greatest purpose of all and that's to ultimately are again. The heart of worship Russian is to is to live a life of worship that encourages others to one or two and a great purpose of also. So so you know I was thinking about this too so that they get really like maybe the rest of us just kind of tired. Sometimes you know you can go to be discouraged. You know if you're trying to lead are the people who were going to get it. Are They GonNa follow you know do they. Are we going to be able to Iraq right. Now we're trying to raise money for the end of the year in our ministry organization. We're trying to raise funds for big for next year and you just wonder if we're GONNA be able to do that or people are GonNa get it. They GonNA support you all these questions and it can be very discouraging and what. I was reminded of his something. Paul said he said. Don't be don't don't be weary and well doing for. In time and time you will reap a harvest. If you don't give up powerful Eddie. If you don't quit don't quit just know why you doing. And that's purpose that I think going back to the book worship essentials this what he's talking about spar with purpose know Y. You're doing what you do and do it with all your mind even when you get tired sometimes you just got to remind yourself. There's a deeper purpose.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Else matter of fact to brew drivers or some of the most loyal on the road. Stop by and fallen love. And you will never want to drive anything else. Find your own love story at Grand Forks. Subaru twenty four hundred. Gateway drive in Grand Forks, Abreu dot com. Subaru confidence in motion. From my dad and today. Last night, I had this tremendous discussion with Louise, Stephen author from Australia. She's written a book after four years of research and a kidney transplant the book is called eating ourselves sick. And that four years of research, basically put her on a diet project. -tory what we talked about earlier in the week like Ray, Starling said, when we started formulating, the dietary guidelines public health began to diminish and it is currently at an all time low. So let's quit the dietary guidelines. Let's get back to whole food groups and Dennis Hoiberg at the same time another friend of mine from Australia sent me a research project that came from Austria, we'll talk about meat eating and how healthy but deterrence really are. I remind you about the certified Piedmont keys opportunity, the opportunity to be part of a Brandon beef program. Lone creek cattle. Company from broken bone Nebraska has put together and tremendous value added program and pays a producer property for what it is that we produce tender beef at the consumer wants to pay for get more details about these certified Piedmontese opportunity and long creek cattle co dot com. The independent of UK has reported vegetarians are less healthy and have a lower quality of life. Then meat eaters that is, according to an actual scientific study. They go on to say that is a controversial study suggesting that non meat eaters are at more risk of physical and mental illness, despite leading healthier lifestyles vegetarians, are less healthy than meters for a number of reasons. This study was conducted at the Medical University of Grozny and Austria, and found that the vegetarian diet characterize as a low consumption of saturated fat and cholesterol due to the. They're higher intakes up fruit vegetables, and whole grain products appeared to carry elevated risk of cancer allergies and mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety. Now, we have seen a numerous group of studies that talk about the reduction of meek, and fat from the diet leads to a mental challenge. In fact, most suicides, you will find that there is a component of the lack of meeting, and particularly fat this particular Austrian study included thirteen hundred twenty subjects matched according to their age sex and social economic status including three hundred and thirty vegetarians three hundred and thirty eight meat, but still, lots of fruits and vegetables and three hundred normal eaters, but ate less meat and three hundred heavy meat diet eater. And the bottom line is that the Austrian adults who consumed a vegetarian. Diet are less healthy, and terms of cancer, allergies and mental health disorders and have a lower quality of life, which means they require more.

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"stephen authors" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"stephen authors" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The dollar and the yen is at one ten point four eight s a Bloomberg business flash. Tom, and Sharon, thanks so much, Paul Sweeney. The new energy finance summit, Bloomberg new energy finance summit at the Grand Hyatt hotel. I'm Tom Kean at our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios now, and this is what I love about surveillance. You say, you know, why do I do this every day? And it's because we can move from with Stephen author federated a really nice, fundamental, Graham dot and coddle kinda basic block and tackle analysis over to the Greek letters of the world of dean, Kern it, and of course, that's dean current with Macara's could visors were really can join us. This morning for two sections, which is always a big advantage. Let's go basic right now, what is the vix fifteen point six three main our listeners is that a valid statistic to measure the emotion of the market. I think it's pretty fair. It's it's a reflection of a couple of things some of which counterbalance one another the first is that when you look at what drives the vix it is very very well explained by the daily fluctuations in the S and P. Meaning if we if we measure their percent moves on a daily basis. Those tend to account for about eighty percent of the level of the vix. Though, if you go back, for example to the incredibly low vol outcome of two thousand seventeen Vicks averaged eleven you'll see that the primary driver was just this really almost unredacted entered level of muted volatility in the s&p these days, the SMP is realizing ten or eleven volatility daily creation. And so that that again not accounts for some of the middling level of the vix. Or there's renewed concerns which I'm sure we'll talk about around the health of the global economy, as you know, very well expressed rally in the bond market, the long term average of the vix nineteen point five over twenty whatever that statistic is is that valid our does d current avenue regime of volatility. One of the points. I've made in in our discussions has been that the victim has been measured and tracked for the better part of twenty five years, but it's been a traded asset in the market for just more than a decade that changed things. Yeah. The financialisation of an asset. It changes it from an observed statistic to something that, you know, plays a part in people's portfolios that they respond to. Could be could be a hedge could be folks. Victory. Greeny this reminds we have Duke basketball, which has been the financial was Asian of an asset. Exactly. Right. Talk about monetize an asset there. Dean. Thanks so much. Just wondering, you know, the the big news arguably last week was the inversion of the yield curve haven't seen that in a long time. And since then I've been bombarded my inbox with the sell side research channels, tell me, yes, this is you need to worry about it recession or no it is different this time. What are your thoughts? Yeah. I think of course, it's getting a tremendous amount of play and. Depending on which metric of yield curve inversion. You choose you can wind up with different forecasts around recession. Some folks say that this maps an incredibly well to recessions. I think there's certainly a coincidence of yolk urban versions with processions. The degree of inversion. I think matters. And look, let's let's call it. What it is the fed sauce on this and did an about face a u-turn. And is now considerably taking its foot off the pedal when I step back, and I look at the global environment for bonds. I I do think there are troubling signals being sent from Germany nominally trading below zero. Now ten years, I think that's a startling statistic. If you look at some of the more high interest rate. Geographies like New Zealand Australia their bond markets have rallied took record low yields. So so there's something afoot globally that. I think we're supposed to pay attention to another point. I just wanted to make is the move index which is the vix equivalent of interest rate volatility touch to an all time low on last Wednesday and has since with again with the feds very dovish announcement. The move indexes rallied a full thirty five percent. It's.

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