20 Burst results for "Sunshine Coast"

"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

The Aloönæ Show

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show

"So vacations and holidays are built into what I do. But I certainly would be doing more of what I'm doing now and always growing and expanding a company that's for sure. Incredible, credible. Now, hope you don't mind me asking, but a bit personal, but how did you spend your last birthday? The last one was at Disney, probably Disney here in Florida. We went and spent a week at Disney and I think the week after that, we were too after that, we're also going to Hawaii for a week. So it was kind of like there was a two vacations wrapped around the birthday. So that's kind of how it was spent. Okay. Great, great. And when you do want to retire, where would you want to live? I don't think it'll be just one location. It'll be about traveling and enjoying the world. So my end goal would be probably spending a bit four months of the year now or four months in different locations and kind of traveling around and enjoying the best of the world's good to have. Big fan of Melbourne or the sunshine coast in Australia. And I love Europe. So experiencing Europe and enjoying that would be also fun as well. Right, great. Now, in terms of right, what are the things that you're doing with your profession? As of right now. Yeah, I create a publishing books where creating training courses and designing software. So that's what I kind of do on my profession. And working with clients every day to get their feedback on our solutions that we're offering, and really working with them to help them maximize their ROI. So their return on investment. So that's how I kind of spend my day to talking to people engaging with people..

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Maybe this dramatically changes the fortunes of my team. Yeah, I mean if Michael Porter junior is traded the nuggets are attaching picks to get off the contract. That's just what would happen. I really don't think it's gonna be that dire. I think it's gonna be somewhere maybe in between what both of us think, but if in some world where they get the number one pick, I don't think it's gonna have to be. I think they can get MPJ I don't think they can, I don't think they're gonna attach a pick. They're just not gonna get anything sexy in return. Okay, we will agree to disagree on that one. Okay, Ron, we gotta wrap this up. We have one more question here. I don't even know. I know there's a question in our outline that you really want to answer. And I'm actually going to I'm sorry, I don't hate me. Again? We have to bring the question last week. And so you can say the subject should keep their same starting lineup. We have to do a whole question. I gave this whole answer and you were like, actually, the starting lineup should be what it was on night one. The most, okay. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. I know. Don't hate me. So this question actually came in late last night and I threw it in the outline and I don't know if you've seen it. But I'm going to spring it on you right now. And if you haven't seen it, that's okay. You can just react to my answers and it'll be fun. But this is a great question. And it comes in very different definitions of fun, by the way. But anyway, this is so much fun. So much fun. So this question comes in from Jesse who writes hey Michael Kristen Rohan. I'm a longtime listener of the pod from the sunshine coast in Australia and have to give you guys The Crown as the best NBA pod running..

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

07:55 min | 7 months ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"The second guy been journal gen nine agnes sequence spence nuts too space at meals good once again and thank you for joining us on the space nuts podcast where we talk astronomy and space science. It's great to have your company again the way my name's andrew dunkley i'm your host. I don't do anything. But we will be talking with the good professor fred watson shortly daiei on the program guy to look at the age of moon rocks and you can tell the age of men rocks because of the us bite. That's on the bottom of the mall On a serious side the changji five mission up there at the moment and what i've discovered is been quite surprising so we'll be looking into that as well as radio signals discovered from distant stars and audience questions. We've got a new batch of audio questions Dr robert scott on the sunshine coast wants to ask us a couple of questions about the temperature of abrek blackhall and what is space time made of. It's made of space and time. So i'm told and martin from woolen. Gong wants to know why. Jupiter and other guests giants haven't been turned into rocky planets by asteroids oft billions of years of impacts which is a really good question. We'll look into that as well as many other things joining us as always on spice nuts is good professor himself fred. What's an astronomer at la. Tell afraid drew. How's he going good way. We're out of luck down. But we took down. Because i come and see you in double you come and see me in sydney holiday off-limits solid cocco and say my boys. But i can't go and say minimum. How but i've become a great uncle. Sweet wow plus. My nephew and his partner had a baby girl on freedom. cold it on monday. Eleven tvos toba. Yeah that was a lovely surprised. That was a double bonus. Die for us very very happy. It used to be my auntie. Doc's birthday as you go league connection there. She's no the all wheel now. Frayed we have got a little bit to tackle today now. We we've talked about thirty. Chang a. five mission on a few occasions. In fact i think we probably mentioned the chinese moon mission last week having cracked a thousand days on the lunar surface which is a great milestone. But now there's some more news on what's happening on the moon with the chinese mission cheney five etc. That's right so i think it might. It might be it for the was the thousand day yet market because far side of the moon. That's that's exactly right. Yeah so. China defy was pretty rapid mission carried out december. The spacecraft landed on the moon on the first of december settled there for a few days then basically scooped up samples of the Surface and shot off again rendezvous with his mother this was fantastic stop then flew back to the earth and dropped a reentry capsule which landed the sixteenth of december which is not only beethoven's birthday but it was my late father's israel birthdays but you go sixteen th of december last year so that's when the samples landed and since then of course have been analysed to bits and allies to death. I think there were about two kilograms. I think it was a significant. Gee that's at chunk on mount I should check that figure. But my recollection is that it was it was You know a decent sized temple. I'm very now. I can't easily but we'll find out later on probably anyway find it for. It's enough that you know the the all the kind of all the arm on maria. The Trees have been able to be centrally directed to it so he's had a really good thorough going over and what has happened is quite surprising. Because the The outcome is that these rocks are significantly younger. The soil samples significantly younger than What we still from. The apollo missions under soviet union return samples back in the seat. When when you tell me what you're doing this story. I thought you gonna say the opposite so that's interesting. One thousand seven hundred and thirty one grams go nearly two kilograms. Yeah nearly took jays. Yeah so sorry to console confused. American league with what is it for sixty sixty one point. One ounces. Comey right now. It's right. yes it's nearly four pounds So that's yeah so it's a good solid chunk actually Yet the they thought too young so the critical thing here. Andrew is whether it came from because the samples of the basaltic samples came from the. Oc on this Alarm on the moon. The ocean of storms. On oceanic pros larum is the only ocean limited remember bustle playing zil sees amina bustle planes. Most of them are like the tranquility the of crises. All of those but this one ocean which is the storms and he's big. That's why is it covers from our perspective. I'd the southern hemisphere covers most of the town for the move to the ground in the know that spear and the very large airy and the the the the other bustle place like the of crises tranquillity save dole as as when you cook them on a map of the moon that more or less circular and they are impact basins that what happened was in the moon's la history simply big cloud and astroid made gigantic crisis. Which is big enough to an impact basin which then filled with bustle do to tony activity. Probably following the following the impact but of course alarms different because even though they still thought to be at least partly a large impact basin. The i think it was a Satellites there were two grail spacecraft golden flow grail. Was i think gravity recovery an interior tree. That's what the acronym was the nasa para spacecraft some of the gravity of the moon and looked in particular for concentration of mass nathe surface. Moscow's that were called out back in the nineteen sixties. And they found that of dana's.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

07:55 min | 7 months ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Space Nuts

"The second guy been journal gen nine agnes sequence spence nuts too space at meals good once again and thank you for joining us on the space nuts podcast where we talk astronomy and space science. It's great to have your company again the way my name's andrew dunkley i'm your host. I don't do anything. But we will be talking with the good professor fred watson shortly daiei on the program guy to look at the age of moon rocks and you can tell the age of men rocks because of the us bite. That's on the bottom of the mall On a serious side the changji five mission up there at the moment and what i've discovered is been quite surprising so we'll be looking into that as well as radio signals discovered from distant stars and audience questions. We've got a new batch of audio questions Dr robert scott on the sunshine coast wants to ask us a couple of questions about the temperature of abrek blackhall and what is space time made of. It's made of space and time. So i'm told and martin from woolen. Gong wants to know why. Jupiter and other guests giants haven't been turned into rocky planets by asteroids oft billions of years of impacts which is a really good question. We'll look into that as well as many other things joining us as always on spice nuts is good professor himself fred. What's an astronomer at la. Tell afraid drew. How's he going good way. We're out of luck down. But we took down. Because i come and see you in double you come and see me in sydney holiday off-limits solid cocco and say my boys. But i can't go and say minimum. How but i've become a great uncle. Sweet wow plus. My nephew and his partner had a baby girl on freedom. cold it on monday. Eleven tvos toba. Yeah that was a lovely surprised. That was a double bonus. Die for us very very happy. It used to be my auntie. Doc's birthday as you go league connection there. She's no the all wheel now. Frayed we have got a little bit to tackle today now. We we've talked about thirty. Chang a. five mission on a few occasions. In fact i think we probably mentioned the chinese moon mission last week having cracked a thousand days on the lunar surface which is a great milestone. But now there's some more news on what's happening on the moon with the chinese mission cheney five etc. That's right so i think it might. It might be it for the was the thousand day yet market because side of the moon. That's that's exactly right. Yeah so. China fai was pretty rapid mission carried out december the spacecraft landed on the moon on the first of december settled there for a few days then basically scooped up samples of the moon surface and shot off again rendezvous with his mother. This was fantastic. Stop then flew back to the earth and dropped a reentry capsule which landed the sixteenth of december. Which is not only beethoven's birthday but it was my late father's israel birthdays but you go sixteen th of december last year so that's when the samples landed and since then of course have been analysed to bits and allies to death. I think there were about two kilograms. I think it was a significant. Gee that's at chunk on mount I should check that figure. But my recollection is that it was it was You know a decent sized temple. I'm very now. I can't easily but we'll find out later on probably anyway find it for. It's enough that you know the the all the kind of all the arm on maria. The Trees have been able to be centrally directed to it so he's had a really good thorough going over and what has happened is quite surprising. Because the The outcome is that these rocks are significantly younger. The soil samples significantly younger than What we still from. The apollo missions under soviet union return samples back in the seat. When when you tell me what you're doing this story. I thought you gonna say the opposite so that's interesting. One thousand seven hundred and thirty one grams nearly two kilograms. Yeah nearly took jays. Yeah so sorry to console confused. American league with what is it for sixty sixty one point. One ounces. Comey right now. It's right. yes it's nearly four pounds So that's yeah so it's a good solid chunk actually Yet the they thought too young so the critical thing here. Andrew is whether it came from because the samples of the basaltic samples came from the. Oc on this Alarm on the moon. The ocean of storms. On oceanic pros larum is the only ocean limited remember bustle playing zil sees amina bustle planes. Most of them are like the tranquility the of crises. All of those but this one ocean which is the storms and he's big. That's why is it covers from our perspective. I'd the southern hemisphere covers most of the town for the move to the ground. In the know that spear and the very large airy and the you know the the the other bustle place like the of crises tranquillity save dole tolls as when you cook them on a map of the moon that more or less circular and they are impact basins that what happened was in the moon's la history simply big cloud and astroid made gigantic crisis which is big enough to be called an impact basin which then filled with bustle due to the activity probably following the following the impact but of course alarms different because even though they still thought to be at least partly a large impact basin. The i think it was a Satellites there were two grail spacecraft golden flow grail. Was i think gravity recovery an interior tree. That's what the acronym was the nasa para spacecraft some of the gravity of the moon and looked in particular for concentration of mass nathe surface. Moscow moscow's were called out back in the nineteen sixties and they found. That of dana's.

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How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

AFF on AIR Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

"From the past fortnight and fiscally wrecks and virgin. Australia have become embroiled in a bitter price. War ahead of wrecks launching. Boeing seven. Three seven flights between mellon. See in just over a week from monday. The first of march rex will fly five times a day between siemian. Melvin using least ex. Virgin australia boeing seven. Three seven eight. Hundred's rex had started selling economy seats for seventy nine dollars. One way and business class from two hundred ninety nine dollars but last week. Rick steves candidates prices even further to forty nine dollars in economy or one hundred ninety nine dollars for business costs which is kind of unheard of that price includes checked baggage for all passengers and a snack and drink onboard including for economy. Close now that sale ends on the twenty eighth of february and covers travel dates throughout much virgin australia quickly matched with forty nine dollar economy costs and one hundred ninety nine dollar business clawsf as as well traveled during much. Jetstar is now selling nobody flights from thirty nine dollars one way which is even cheaper. Although that price does not include checked baggage qantas meanwhile has reduced. Its economy class ticket. Prices on that rejoicing. Much to one hundred and ten dollars although business class fares during much still quite high at nine hundred twenty three dollars said clearly not matching on price at the moment and pats qantas feels like it doesn't have to match on price because it recently introduced hot meals during Meal times on many domestic routes in economy class and it will bring them back on old remaining routes from next month in addition alcoholic beverages. Complimentary on all qantas flights previously. They were free on. Some routes like sydney to perth or any route of camera. But on other routes like the fullness city fly routes in brisbane to melvin for example that will only free off to four pm on weekdays. The change means that you no longer need to grab six dollars from your wallet. If you'd like a glass of wine or a beer on conan's flight even if you're flying in economy quantities also bring out a limited edition. Centennary henry beer which is brewed by james squire qantas. This week announced three domestic routes which will begin operating on the first of april. The regional subsidiary qantas link will operate the new direct flights between melbourne and coughs. Haba brisbane in coffs harbour and camera to balance byron bay vision. Australia also announced two new routes this week which will be operated over the easter school holidays and maybe extended as long as state borders remain. Open his demand. Those flights will be from melvin to ballerina and from adelaide to the sunshine. Coast qantas invasion astray. We have also both extended the flexibility available on new domestic flight. Bookings with both airlines bookings made any time. Until at least the thirtieth of april can be changed and unlimited number of times without paying any feats until the end of january next year. He can say cheese to cancel for credit voucher without paying any extra fees. Similar flexibility also applies to reward bookings made using frequent flyer points except the e channel say cancelled as for a full refund of the points and taxes without paying any fees overseas now in the national carrier of namibia and was placed into liquidation. Last week all flights were cancelled and bookings were taken down on the namibian government decided that the airlines mounting debt had become unsustainable although covid nineteen has worsened enemy is financial problems. It was already in financial trouble for quite a fees before now there were media reports that any maybe a could immediately declares insolvency back in september of two thousand and nineteen although those were denied by the airline at the time and it continued to operate until now despite fifteen of the airlines. Nineteen routes being estimated to be loss-making enemy. Be a

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Activate Millions Podcast

Activate Millions Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Activate Millions Podcast

"With oil courage or your mind late in. Wisdom, and once you find that with some what has explained showing you, you can move on and reform with greatness and more for you are because everything. In you as a health issue is likely something that's. Been Denied Yourself Opotiki that you can't say that wants to integrate with your pain and it's screaming for your attention. So invited back, harm laid in look at the wisdom and coal back more fee lachey yourself as you need your full bane to be expressed in the road, the reality that we're craving together. And Ask for help. That's another thing too. Only APP can't we can't do this alone. I mean. It would be insane to think that we had that we had to do it by yourself. That's not the point. It's saw it's like this is the beautiful part of serving unity like your unique self and you're responsible but you have like the ability to lean into a beautiful community and I know I have. Surplus to have laced. Thinking about ten women that I mean constant connection with. that. I can share into beautiful spaces of women on this journey that I can share this with and have. Inner Emergency Kohl's and I go my eyes out to. And A whole as one of the activating podcasts in. Many other friends Collie as well. He's ingrown leadership. Raja's foldable is out on and they've held face to me and just waited for me end authorized questions and we found the day of what's going on. I could contract this learn and. We have to walk in ready to take for responsibility for all about creations. Essentially I'm here experiencing life based on what I've created in the past and. And it doesn't mean it's punishment. AIDS means that I'm experiencing spectrum of what I've done all the amazingness. And I have a post it note of my thing this is the universe is not testing you and it's not punishing you. And I. It's mostly for other people because I don't believe anymore but I keep forgetting people actually think that. Sorry. No one's punishing. anyways yes. You're not being punished. That's VALUJET'S JERSEY, new experience or your creations. Yes, you're choosing to. Create any experience creations that would that's like the best experience? It's like good. Create inexperience it. Yes Oh my gosh. That then it's not as a whole nother podcast. But it has been. It has been a absolute pleasure. Julia I'm so glad that you came in here. With me for the expert millions podcast all the way from. The, Sunshine Coast. Sterling. Thank you so much. Thank you. Sorry. Stolen I really on today here and I just love this face it you hold for these conversations I feel free to be. Myself can share from hot and I'm just the really thankful that you have activate millions launch entity the voting. Sir Ready for our. Yeah. Excited to see here come street. To, thank you..

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"I cannot believe that it's rise up week. Oh my goodness. This is come around so freaking fast and it has been a whirlwind Journey a challenge a literally a test in patience and a test in trust. And so today's podcast episode is all about trust because I feel like it's something that I'm always constantly learning and it's definitely highlighted that for rise up. So their eyes up conference is happening this weekend people like, oh my God, it's come around so quickly, and if you've got tickets, I can't wait to see you there, and if you haven't got tickets why the hell not I mean unless you're in another state and you're listening from Melbourne, and I really hope that they've let you out. But if not, please know that we will cross it again next year probably the same time next year in October or September, but know that if you are in Queensland, if you're close to Queensland, you can get to the Sunshine Coast this weekend job. You want to be a part of a next-level transformational event, then your best get your tickets ASAP. So head to rise up conference. Book your ticket ASAP and get your butt in birth. Because if you want to go next level it all starts with your mindset all starts with what's going on between your ears because if you don't believe in the success that you want, you don't believe it's possible for you. If you don't believe you're good enough for it. If you don't believe that song that that amount of money is possible for you to earn like all of these doubts and fears and challenges and imposter syndrome and fear of success very failure and all of those things are all about our mindset. So this transformation weekend is all about freeing you from all of it. So you can step into the light step in to your fullest expression of who you are and your business and start owning it start fully stepping in and owning it and then going and taking it to the whole Next Level. So if you want to follow along with the journey, if you can't be there in person then make sure that you check out my stories this weekend. I'm going to keep make sure that I keep updating them on Instagram. I'm at Christine Corcoran to school. Coach come and find me watch my stories and interacts. Let me know what you think and we cannot wait to create the magical event with everyone that's coming along. Okay. So let's get into today's episode off the next level Life podcast by Christine Corcoran is for all hot scented entrepreneurs who want to up level their mindset motivation.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"It sounds so simple when you talk about it like that too, you know, so it's got to be simple. I can't log Complicated it's probably a lot of people nodding their you know, like suddenly going. Yeah, that is really simple. Why didn't I think of that let's talk about service cuz we've just kind of touched on there so last year in 2019 when things were relatively normal you would name the winner of the area's excellence in customer service award and we're catching up with all the winners in this podcast series just to find out what it felt like and get some tips for people who might be entering the areas this year. So, can you tell us what did the wind mean for you and your agency I'll look that was a really huge win for us because well yeah on the with an independent and even now essentially I'm an independent when I won that award, I wasn't part of a big National franchise. So it was a huge recognition to be recognized on a national scale when typically like I was just in a little small pond here on the Sunshine Coast and what was a real eye-opener was when the one of the judges feedback On the main screen was that they never give perfect scores. However, they felt my submission addressed everything and they've never given a perfect score in their life until now and there's a really huge wrap and essentially all we've tried to do is just do the right thing and just keep doing the right thing and do a good job for all that time. So it's it's just nice to get a bit of validation for that. Absolutely. I would say that no it was very exciting night. How did you feel when they called your name out? I think we did a bit of fist-pumping to be a celebration. Yeah. I had my team with me as well. Am I awesome assistant Alana? It was her 30th birthday that weekend as well. So we made a full weekend of it. We we celebrated that night and then we hit the wineries next day down on the Mornington. We really miss New Jersey area. So I would love to go back down there again. But yeah, it was just a fantastic night with just enjoying it with the team when you win an award like it's usually pretty good for your marketing. So if you manage to them Fridge that award into into your business into your Marketing in in different ways. Absolutely. So yeah, obviously as I mentioned have a PR and marketing specialist, so I thought I heard the trifling said work is stuff. So you got the material now and bring a lot of local press and national press off the back of that. I mean at the end of the day, I mean, you don't walk around and carry trophies into the back room with your clients, but look at certainly helps with your credibility, but are in for me more importantly, it's just doing the doing the right job in living rooms all the time, and I'd rather be giving out ones and trophies off. Yeah. Well, I'd be happy to you know, follow you on the line. So I just want to go back briefly. So you said that one of the judges gave you a perfect score in your submission, and I know that the law judges and and I was a judge last year not on your submission, but on a few of the others, what did you do to prepare for the submission? And do you have any tips for people that might be entering the area or Awards this year one of the other dog? Mention that feedback from the judges was that I answered all of the criteria correctly like it sounds basic but you just answer the questions that were asked of you and then we provided not really clear examples and demonstrations of what we did differently with the award submission. It was great that I could submit videos and photographs at cetera evidencing my claims..

Mornington Sunshine Coast marketing specialist Alana New Jersey
"sunshine coast" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"It sounds so simple when you talk about it like that too, you know, so it's got to be simple. I can't log Complicated it's probably a lot of people nodding their you know, like suddenly going. Yeah, that is really simple. Why didn't I think of that let's talk about service cuz we've just kind of touched on there so last year in 2019 when things were relatively normal you would name the winner of the area's excellence in customer service award and we're catching up with all the winners in this podcast series just to find out what it felt like and get some tips for people who might be entering the areas this year. So, can you tell us what did the wind mean for you and your agency I'll look that was a really huge win for us because well yeah on the on with an independent and even now essentially I'm an independent when I won that award, I wasn't part of a big National franchise. So it was a huge recognition to be recognized on a national scale when typically like I was just in a little small pond here on the Sunshine Coast and what was a real eye-opener was when the one of the judges feedback On the main screen was that they never give perfect scores. However, they felt my submission addressed everything and they've never given a perfect score in their life until now and there's a really huge wrap and essentially all we've tried to do is just do the right thing and just keep doing the right thing and do a good job for all that time. So it's it's just nice to get a bit of validation for that. Absolutely. I would say that no it was very exciting night. How did you feel when they called your name out? I think we did a bit of a fist-pumping to be a celebration. Yeah. I had my team with me as well. Am I awesome assistant Alana? It was her 30th birthday that weekend as well. So we made a full weekend of it. We we celebrated that night and then we hit the wineries the next day down on the Mornington. We really miss New Jersey area. So I would love to go back down there again. But yeah, it was just a fantastic night with just enjoying it with the team when you win an award like it's usually pretty good for your marketing. So if you manage to them Fridge that award into into your business into your Marketing in in different ways. Absolutely. So yeah, obviously as I mentioned I have a PR and marketing specialist, so I thought I heard the trifling said work is stuff. So you got the material now and bring a lot of local press and national press off the back of that. I mean at the end of the day, I mean, you don't walk around and carry trophies into the back room with your clients, but look at certainly helps with your credibility, but are in for me more importantly, it's just doing the doing the right job in the living rooms all the time, and I'd rather be giving out ones and trophies off. Yeah. Well, I'd be happy to you know, follow you on the line. So I just want to go back briefly. So you said that one of the judges gave you a perfect score in your submission, and I know that the law judges and and I was a judge last year not on your submission, but on a few of the others, what did you do to prepare for the submission? And do you have any tips for people that might be entering the area or Awards this year one of the other dog? Mention that feedback from the judges was that I answered all of the criteria correctly like it sounds basic but you just answer the questions that were asked of you and then we provided not really clear examples and demonstrations of what we did differently with the award submission. It was great that I could submit videos and photographs at cetera evidencing my claims..

Mornington Sunshine Coast marketing specialist Alana New Jersey
"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Up. On. The first page of Google is a very detailed process. It's not a quick wing, right? Organic traffic is not a quick win. It's not like pay traffic where you pay a dollar, and if it's done right, you can make five or ten dollars in return. Organic traffic is along ply I. Call it a long ply, and the reason I called it. A long is because you have to invest time, if n energy to get the results, but he's the thing, even though it's a long apply, it pays a higher dividend in my experience and many other people will back me up in my experience. Organic traffic pays a dividend than. Paid traffic right. Because it! It's people who are already searching for you. The already looking for you already have a problem and they're looking for you to solve that problem. Okay, and if you can be that person that solves that problem, though by from you, thou fill out your website, thou contact you in K. so organic traffic is getting on the first page of Google getting on the first page of being getting on the first page of brave wherever the search engines are your getting on the first page, and there's many different ways that you can get on the first page of Google. Only one white, just one why it's not, it's not just the way right, but one way is to obviously right and produce valuable contact that's based around the K. Woods that people searching for okay, so if you're looking for a personal trainer in your city. If you were personal China, you might use the word best personal trying to in and then insert you city right so olive on the Sunshine Coast at the time of recording, so if I was a personal trainer on Sunshine Coast be writing an article. Fixing up a page on my website that had something best personal trainer on the Sunshine Coast. If I owned to swim school in used to own swims used to do all the time. Odd Right bist swimming lessons on sunshine. Coast swimming lessons in Sydney best swimming lessons in California swimming lessons. In Texas ye you see, and so on a okay, and then you produce content on that, because people are already looking for that already have a problem and they're looking for, and they want you to help them, and by you showing up with valuable content that bridges that gap, and it takes them on that journey. They lean on your page. Hopefully you've got an ear resistible with. learn more about you without calling you, and then you go there, you database, and you can now remark it to them through your own traffic. But as I said is it is a long ply organic traffic is along play, and it's something you need to invest in because it does attract highly qualified leads who are looking for you..

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Kevin Rudd on anarchy in the post COVID-19 world order, and could stable democracy be a reality in Iraq?

Between The Lines

12:41 min | 2 years ago

Kevin Rudd on anarchy in the post COVID-19 world order, and could stable democracy be a reality in Iraq?

"Former Prime Minister Kevin right on the geopolitical consequences of the pandemic. He predicts the coming post covered. Anneke plus Iraq believe it or not. It's future looks brought today than it has an any point in the past Dick. I'd stay with us for my chat with Linda Robinson from the Rand Corporation. She'll tell us while we should not give up on Baghdad's fragile. Democracy Corona virus continues to take a toll on the health of nations around the world. One thing has become clear the winners and losers not who we might have expected a year ago. The virus is taking an uneven and unpredictable. Course through the world defying. I usual assumptions about power and resilience. Some small poor countries being left relatively unscathed all powerful prosperous nations. I've been ravaged. So what does this mean for global order and for the strategic robbery between China and the United States? Will everything change or is the virus? Mealy accelerating trends that were already in place. Former prime minister of Australia. Kevin Rudd is the President of the Society Policy Institute in New York. He's written an essay in the most recent issue of Foreign Affairs magazine in New York. It's called the coming postcode Enki and he joins me now. From Queensland's Sunshine Coast Kevin Rudd. Welcome back to between the lawns. Good to be with you on between the lines. Now you'll recent essays titled The coming Postcode Anneke Y Anneke. You're good real turns color of international relations you would know that realists assume that. Anneke is in fact the natural state All the International Society of states rent was Headley Bull who wrote about this crowd along time ago and Australian realist and Australian realist. Ten within the real documents that order actually represents the exception rather than the rule So why do I argue this I argue it because the current order as we've done since forty five is underpinned by and large by US geopolitical pound Gio economic power secondly That's become challenge at least by China Thirdly the Cova crisis has turbo charge The hit on American real and perceived power. But there's a full factor as well. Which is the impact which the Cova crisis has on China's Powell not least the damage to its economy the flow through effect to its ability to spend on the amounts of money on its military and on the belt and road initiative example but more importantly international perceptions of China in the developed in the developing world. So where do we end up? We end up not with The same old order as in the past but a slow and steady drift towards more anoc order. We're both China and the US damaged and the institutions of global governance with the UN. The will bank the National Monetary Fund the G. Twenty etc become increasingly the terrain for geopolitical battle. Between these two wounded POWs a K. Sunday the country's the victory he but some analysts say that China's heavy handed approach eccentric lockdowns violence. That's been a political win for Xi Jinping in Matt strengthened the Central Authority of the communist regime. How would you respond to them? Well let's look at That argument within China itself. There's been a huge hit on the accompany And as a result of that China will have its worst gross numbers twenty twenty the Ted in over half a century since the end of the Cultural Revolution almost That is huge. It undermines She Jinping's China Drain which was One pillar of which was for China to quadruple. Its G. D. DP by twenty twenty measured against two thousand levels this single year of itself. Economic non-performance blows a hole amidships in that and then secondly on top of that. Tom You've got the problem which arises in terms of internal political debates within China so and I think some growing levels of resistance to Xi Jinping's on leadership and finally as I mentioned before The blowback around the world in terms of the economic damage To economize both developed and developing causing a big question mark to a rise in terms whether China has in fact being the risk to the world's best friend because of the outbreak of this virus. So these factors I think. Qualify the overall argument you hear from some the China's authoritarian model in managing the crisis domestically translates into a geopolitical win the China internationally. I don't think that necessarily holes walk conversations. Do you think heaven. I going on right now in Beijing over China's place in the world I mean is the division division over this so-called Wolf Warrior this is the and diplomacy we often hear about a division between that Wolf Warrior. Diplomacy versus say China's desire to promote soft power. Chinese politics in some respects is not dissimilar to elements of politics. We and other countries. That is you find nationalist. Ten internationalists you find a local ists globalists' you find audio logs versus as it were reformers and pregnant at this and so the as political system while it's Control by Xi Jinping's leadership still has all these tensions and personalities within it so the debates now I think are of a twofold. How do we allow this to happen? In the first place what failed in terms of the processes insistence China put in place after the Saas Crisis of two thousand and three to prevent a pandemic or epidemic as it was then from happening again. The second debate is how the Hillary you get the economy back together again given the China a economy with forty percent of Gdp comes from the traded six or the economy and International. Trade is being blend. Bits by this crosses and the other debate again between nationalists internationalised is the one. You've just touched on the Tom. Which is China's wolf worried diplomats out there launching attacks against any critique of China's performance On the one hand defend the party's legitimacy and on the other hand older more seasoned diplomat saying this isn't actually contributing much to the improvement of China's global image those discussions and debates underway. At the moment we're talking about this wolf warrior diplomacy. What do you make of China's recent boycotts threats of boycotts of Australian Exports Bali? Beef what what's going on well as I've said in other recent interviews since those public statements by the China's ambassador Australia it's unacceptable in my view for any ambassador accredited to any country to receive public threats against the host country In City five years of more dealing with the Australian China relationship I don't recall previous Chinese ambassadors of having done that not by any Australian diplomat ever having done that irrespective of the crisis of the day with was ten on all the things that I went through when I was in office etc so I think as a matter of shall we say diplomatic practice. What occurred then was regrettable as as being some of the hotline commentary. Which emanated from the Chinese nationalist media? the bottom line is however the Chinese nationalists have seen The effectiveness All the some of these sorts of measures when applaud various countries in the past sorts of economic leverage which China replied to no way out to no way through the Nobel Prize Committee Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to a famous Chinese dissident And I've also seen how those Economic Leverage points of work with various of the Europeans. So this is not alien to the Chinese playbook my argument about China's Australia's management of The relationship in prison is that if the Australian government's of the view and a view I in general support that there needs to be an independent international inquiry as to the origins the virus transmission of the virus notifications to the WHO and threw them to the world community etc. Then again to put that Ford isn't as trade in government and then do some work on it. I get a few other governments to come along with you an advance that through the multilateral machinery which rather than just blow it out as a thought bubble That's the way which you do. Real things in the international community rather than I. Fear sometimes pitching a diplomatic initiative primarily for domestic political leverage into straighter. What complicates matters? Further is president trump's theory that the virus was leaked from a lab in Wuhan and raises the question. Why would China agree to enquiry without losing this between the lines on? Abc Radio National. The familiar voice. You're hearing is former prominence to Kevin. Rudd is now president of the Asia Society Policy Institute in New York. We've been talking about his article in the current issue of Foreign Affairs magazine. Kevin we'll talking about China and how it's paid a price as a result of this current ivars. Let's turn to the United States. How badly damaged is the use in your judgement? I mean we'll recover reasonably quickly With a change of administration in November or does the damage go deep. Perhaps too deep for recovery has been deep damage politically. The the. The House is a divided house within the United States. Those of us who have followed. Us politics of the many years have rarely seen it This divisive and that actually is a real factor in terms of constructing a post presidential election national consensus on how America engages the World. And the future. American politics has become so binary including on America's own future will view on the economic damage. It's huge. This is the biggest hit on newest economy at least since nineteen forty-six and the recovery from the war and probably since the depression the end of the depression and thirty three So this takes a while to recover But the American economy know a history of resilience. Look what happened after the global financial crisis? But well I was going to make the point to is enormous capacity for change and renewal. I mean you think about its recovery from the civil war that oppression in Vietnam. You being a bit too pessimistic. Kevin. Well I live in the United States and I actually listened to the debate on back in Australia now and when my American interlocutors Republican and Democrat Friends of mine over twenty years who A positive let's call it. The Foreign Policy National Security Policy Machinery signed that it's become increasingly hard to forge consensus these days across the aisle on America's behavior in the world That is a real issue. Then it's not just my external analysis it's part of the internal analysis within the US itself. Do I think the United States can come through the domestic political Malays and the Economic Destruction? Which has occurred? Yes I do. Because it's remarkably resilient country But I think a precondition is that We see a Democrat. Win this November it's not that. I am a A cheerleader for Joe Biden. Personally I barely know the man Bought he's lucky to put together a mainstream Competent Foreign Policy and National Security Policy Tame as opposed to Frankly the chaotic nature of the trump administration on most foreign and national security policy questions. And that I think is necessary for America to rebuild. Its alliances abroad rebuild. Its credibility in the eyes of the risks of the will and to overcome what has been an extraordinary period where America rather than taking the lead in the global recovery From the virus both in public health systems and economic terms as simply being missing in action and in fact the unable to contain it's the damage domestically

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Why stories matter now more than ever

Unreserved

08:22 min | 2 years ago

Why stories matter now more than ever

"Can act as a comfort. They can explain transport record or act as a warning. They can help us. Imagine other worlds and futures the stories we take in have an impact they shape our inner and outer worlds and now maybe more than ever before stories matter today on unreserved in the time of the corona virus how indigenous people are looking to stories to deal with this challenging time. We're in a moment. That feels unsettling uncertain. Even scary. My next guest says this is why we need stories now more than ever Daniel. Heath Justice is the author of why Indigenous Literatures Matter? He's Cherokee and a professor and indigenous studies and English at the University of British Columbia. Daniel joined me from his home on the Sunshine Coast. Daniel Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. I am really honored to be here now. The last time we spoke your book why indigenous literatures matter had just been published and now we find ourselves in the midst of a pandemic. Why do you think indigenous literatures matter now? For so many reasons I think one of the main ones is stories help us carry on and indigenous peoples. Know what it is to face the end of the world many many times And I think our stories give us a lot of guidance that way and also speak to a life beyond the despair of the now How do you think literature can help us through this difficult time? I struggle with a little bit. Honestly it does it in a lot of ways. I think one way is to is to remind us that. There's something beyond the now but I think also just to articulate the the really mixed emotions of dealing with a time of real uncertainty and flux and chaos indigenous writers have addressed these issues. Well not just in writing but through story since time immemorial and I think especially since fourteen ninety two those have been really important testimonies of survival and reminders of where we come from and what we've struggled through and also a measure of hope for what what might still come When you think about the importance of stories You mentioned this briefly. Are you thinking about more than just written texts? Oh absolutely unthinking. Our traditional stories on thinking of our family stories The Dreams and fantasies and imaginings of of worlds that haven't yet come into being or may never come into being. I'm thinking of poems and songs. And all of the ways that we articulate our being in the world Past present and future. So what stories are. Are you turning during this time on turning to a lot of nonfiction actually You know so much work as in fiction and poetry. But I'm engaging a lot of philosophy about kinship and being in better relationship with the living world and thinking about what this time means in terms of of how we how we exist in relation with one another both in the positive and the negative ways. I think it's important to read both of those kinds of stories What about within within your own cultural framework understand there's a Cherokee story about how disease entered the world? There is an that has actually lingered with me. The Turkey story of how does came into world. Was that in the early times. Humans were very very fragile and very weak and the animals gifted their bodies and gifted themselves to humanity as their young species to help us survive so we didn't have claws. We didn't have great teeth. We didn't have for to protect ourselves so animals gave of themselves and sacrificed. Because we were. We were young and vulnerable but as we became more powerful we forgot those lessons and so we started to become much more abusive and we started to kill animals beyond our aid and finally the animals came together in council and each of the animal chiefs cursed us with disease as payback for the abuse that we had brought them in the in hospitality that we treated them with. And so that's one part of the story. That's how disease came into the world but this is also a story about how medicine came into the world because in council around the animal chiefs where the plant chiefs and that. He took pity on us. They also understood that we were very young and we were very ignorant than they had hoped that we could do better and so they gave us medicine for each disease that the animals cursed us with. And that's a pretty significant story in Cherokee tradition. It's a it is a story about. How generous the plants have been to us but it's also a warning that if we mistreat the plants. There's nobody to help us then. So it's a reminder that we have to be accountable for the way we treat our kin both human and other than human and there are consequences to not being in good relation with the world and that story has kind of been resonating in my in my thoughts and and thinking about what. What does it mean now to be in better relation in a world that is so out of balance a very powerful story what about other storytellers authors? Is there a book or passage that you've been finding helpful that you'd like to share with us? There's a passage in Leslie. Marmon SILCO's storyteller where she is talking about a story telling contest between a group of witches. This is before before fourteen ninety two. And they're all sharing these really horrible stories and in one of the witches who is unknown to the others shares. A story and it is so horrific. It's the story of colonization it's so terrifying and so terrible and the passage goes so the other witches said okay you win you take the prize but what you said just now. It isn't so funny it doesn't sound so good we are doing okay without it. We can get along without that kind of thing. Take it back. Call that story back but the witch just shook its head at the others and they're stinking animal furs and feathers. It's already turned loose. It's already coming. It can't be called back and that may seem like a very grim hopeless story for me. I actually find that a pretty powerful reminder that we have to be really careful especially in this time of of anxiety and fear what are we. What are we sending out into the world that we might not be able to take back and what is being sent out into the world by others. That is going to be very hard if not impossible for them to take back. It's not just about us. It's about the other people especially people in power. What are they? What stories are they putting out into the world that are going to wreak havoc on the world? I think it's really important to to think about those sorts of stories and those warnings reminders while we're also thinking about the ones that are very incredibly hopeful and so somebody likely and Simpson in her book. As we've always done toward the end she has really really powerful the powerful paragraph. It's just a few lines. I wanted to share. Indigenous futures are entirely dependent upon what we collectively do now as diverse indigenous nations with our ancestors and those yet unborn to create indigenous presences and to generate the conditions for indigenous futures by deeply engaging in our nation based grounded normativity we must continuously build and rebuild indigenous worlds and then she wraps up that paragraph by saying I don't want to imagine or dream futures. I want a better present and I think that for me is a real. It's a real call to accountability to call to love You know she talks about the colonial love. I'm finding that really helpful hopeful right now. We do have to think about the future. But what are we doing in our present as

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Been pretty flat. It's always pretty flat. Sort of course could Buddha's. We know that the United Seniors recovery they get out there and they start booting unit very well five full stepping. I mean I'm I'm a big fan of the book. Oh Christ the thing that again as Queensland is going to be connected eventually if you try if you argue that that's a city idiots it's going to be a significant city of the next ten twenty thirty years. Yeah we can get some type of high speed rail moving around they were over the Hawk blue or something like that. What's what's next Perth? Be An expert. Can't Turkey's still dropping Urania yeah Perth has been quite low for some guy caught it parks areas doing really really well fremantle openings to the side I think prompted pit that again. They're very good at building. And so what we say on the fringe particularly is enormous level of development continues to I mean. That's a lot of new house. I e the Cap I mean for some period. I mean this is the thing with. We'd housing. And so I think that the triggered effort from an investor's point of view I spent three weeks I've been they had had raised Karan. It's been a bit of time in in in In Thames freemantle. And for the for the first armored notice a lot of fully sissons in the in the lamp Vokkaliga walkling township air. It's the sort of Wolf Yard and all that so there was a lot of So that didn't give me confidence in that pace of the economy but what. I did notice when how in hall Irene to city Beijing through Perth and even South booth some of the stuff. That's going on through today. We're going to. We're going to keep an eye on that. Just to say we thinking correct to balance loved it down there and spent some great Tom. Lots of family and friends on my wall saw in so so we're coming back to balance. I think the other thing that I lock about what I'm saying over there is Vikings. He writes a starting to be absorbent. So you from this point of view. It's it's it's something that you know when you saying vacancy rights of full percent beyond there is just demand for rental and you could be exposure Pashmina cachefly tone of you so that one was something that I keep it on but yeah where we've got an oil on Perth shoot at alight. Yes what it's doing well tonight doesn't drop it it doesn't go up five and the bay originating the stomach hitting up to the hill. I'm very good rain to amount story actually at the moment to sing really really Harvey's Philly sting so it's you know in terms of you know about eight percent of the last two years which doesn't sound found amazing but senior inside job. Say if you ever want to check out of a hectic eastern Steitz loss at allied supply it just reminds me of Country where you can get a little bit slower and you can take a little bit more. Tom And I feel we've been kind. You've got a really good. All the talents gone created the money. And they've got bring some of that money back in terms of you if you're a child growing up in Adelaide compared to someone growing up in the seat knees huge mega center to grow again. It's movement so if you want to check out of the big cities I'd like spices. Yeah actually that goes up Harbach keeps growing housing shortage. Talk with more coming the town. It's probably David shoots. I guess they probably moving. I think we need to give that context right. In terms of top fifty or top twenty population it's thirteenth Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast to begin that signed with Taiwan and sort of the capital but in relative terms. I think it's not dominant something so from that point of view. Obviously we've heard earlier about in terms of what's happening up there. It's just economy sluggish. Oh talents is terrible but supplies say prices rose a very high level which which wasn't supported or so. I want to finish off where Tom as your block chatting in love with you. What's your smokey from original point of view because Mikey for the year in the rage Rachel area? I look because I think I mean what we're saying on Assad is basically Byron up to seven goal curse like that just seems to be a lot of young people moving up there. We don't official star again. Yeah well well there is creating economy. I mean if you go to that I mean it's interesting as in Byron late last year and Hitting to like their industrial pricing. It's gone from being kind of cabinet makers and papal repairing cars to people doing minimum of affects you. COBB surfboards fitting clothing brands and moving there Butcher this section like he's he's kind of these momentum says it's beautiful out of the world it's a beautiful Pablo but he's GonNa have this enormous population. Yeah Yeah Temps of that structure and interested to see how the schooling up. We've got a lot of young people with Keats and that can cause pressure on very well. Thank you very much narrative narrative from real estate. Tacoma you thank you for joining us. The first ones I ever honest so thank you. Everyone for tuning in Just a little Raymond every Thursday three. PM He's we finished our series. Is that office. Some series is older. She's obviously off your. That's my.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Triathlon ACT Podcast

Triathlon ACT Podcast

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Triathlon ACT Podcast

"Picked three papal with very different elements but could really work seem to really work together to help me on rice ties now when I talk to ultra marathon runners who ran over multiple days disappoint with. I start hallucinating. And things like that do you. Get an ultra man or not so much because you are getting the sleep and and it's generally with sleep deprivation is normally where you have those problems year. That's right yes getting good slate you as soon as you finished. For the day you quickly get medically checked and then you're out of there you straight home to recover for the next day starts pretty good sleep. H Not and the nutrition's good too. So you said you've got your car with you following the whole three days so it means that you're not going into that blockage depletion. You never think you going into that state of of the ability to go to those places that might even on man where you miss nutrition is you for me. Fortunately is able to have no issues with money. Trish indefinitely and I think for that reason. I just didn't go to that. Fatigued Glaswegian deployed state. So you have a career as an exercise physiologist. What do you think are the greatest opportunities missed by age athletes when it comes to fulfilling the potential yeah definitely from my physiology background and coaching athletes? Now as well. I'm realizing this. Just that missed balance between quality and quantity and that analyzing dodder in the appropriate way is is. I think too many age athletes are looking at the statistics of how many kilometers they're riding running and swimming awake and and they're looking at those numbers or they're looking at this drive a numbers of whether they pay being combs and everything but the missing the real deep levels of fatigue quality and analyzing their stress levels and when they should be recovering when they should be pushing hard and I think that's the biggest misconception in indefinitely. Triathlon is from a more endurance focused. Spor is definitely. We feel more is better. That's not the case is I'm really realizing is we've got to stress that body out but we've got to have it re recovering as well and and I think a lot of triathletes you know they stress out and they just put too much stress through their bodies and they forget that they're balancing their training with work and life stressful balances situation. It's hard to balance that yet. It's looking at the numbers and not stressing and pushing yourself too much that your body's not adapting to getting better so talking about adapting and getting rid of what's next for Dave help him so I'm currently in process of of the big next goal is on men W. I in Busselton in December. So that's four months away. I'm GONNA use sunny coasts tough on men next month actually. So that's just under four weeks time as a check with a spade as really. It's used to get the motivation up as well to kate training going but yeah the next. Big Crisis is on men W. in December excellent. Well thanks very much for your time. Did I really appreciate having you on the podcast and we look forward to seeing how you go at Sunshine Coast and then up in? I'm wwl.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

Deadly Discussions

11:48 min | 3 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

"Host Isaac, Carson. I put costs on social entrepreneurship before we satellite to acknowledge the ordinary people of the Kulin nation on whose land we record today. So I've got my second guess, in this shooting, which means I'm absolutely excited because no one likes to come. Visit me here and kill sods. I welcome Rory. Thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me, brother know about and on a sand. You actually dine live too far from here. So that's how it's worked at hasn't it. Yeah. No NAS as he's trip down the freeway so good. Also coming down from the hills or you can I count me from the becoming from the. The day yet about, they talk about your business soon. They'll be successful than you'd be coming down the hill. Yes. To see us lowly people in the studio. Ex Royal euro gun, I guy man can. I heard you say gun on the other diners. I led to just say gun is you have to incur connection of that, because my mum's more sort of the sort of a skip sense, malign, I decide, so my grandma was born in born in Lang Lang, my mother was born in Drouin. So more sort of, I think, sort of cairn, I sort of decide sort of sort of pass does the west. Yes. So the people on the water will be different, which is quite common. Yes. Definitely my nanna is berry. Gubbay. Sorry. I'll say berry which tonight's Carman. Now, if that was the salt water all the freshwater, but the trot, actually come encompasses, freshwater and salt. Yeah. So it's a massive landmass signed with them. And that'd be the same. It's a different language office, very Cima. But a lot of this, very this cannot college, but that's sort of Ghana love stuff. But look, I think that's a lot of that, that stuff from history that sort of sort of separated sort of float on fact from. Yes, when I seems we're still working out his you know what we're doing but but we're still United and it's sorta work with what you got. I think. On my uncles, and aunties and did his work with what was, they remembered from stories or -membered, but it's funny now now that we know talks the right questions for lack logo council and the Sunshine Coast that able actually dig down in clouds and dig up toddle Dede's images from nine hundred ninety one that show our ancestors because now we know what questions we have to, you know, when names looking for we know where they lived, you know, what, what occupation they would have done, which is on the railroad to that time with the connec. Yeah, it gets me very excited, I think, as going more forward, and you see Bruce Pasco's doc EMU, which always talk about on this point loss. But that showing like a whole hidden history that WADA, strands strand, deciding to like, on violin going hang on. Maybe we have managed to land incorrectly. Maybe we shouldn't have cows and shape, and that sort of thing here, we should look at the kangaroos and Amy's or right here. So let's go into your. Store, so you grew up in the Gibson would yeah. Your country country. Boy, aren't you. Boy, I locked us. I am my cousins. I have not as much to them, the big smoke. Yeah, I moved move quite early. So we were living out in, in Warri, and sort of in between there and Dandenong, so sort of down back thirty years ago, it was country ish with my grandma from there. And we moved to a housing commission saw as ready one of two coming third. I had two older sisters, and we moved you know in housing commission. Dad was working for the cancel so this why. So we moved to Brunswick, so they're caught early are very ethnic community. We're in a housing commission sort of flats are in the in the on the average. No gonna say what's it like in a housing commission with so many cultures being the with a natural culture to this country. But then having all these other cultures. It was great. My best friend was Ken. But he's, he's real name was Muhammad. But that was the English. Yeah, it was great. And I used to have the Turkish bread truck rock up every weekend. So fresh breads, who's owes it was not a different who was a norm. Yeah. So I sort of got brought up and I think that's sort of, you know where I'm today with what I do is different cultures just norm. And I think within our culture, having the different mobs and the traditions, it's just a norm. So it was it was great growing up in that sort of community by you sort of, you know, back then, it was very tough living wasn't sort of half flats has admissions two story town townhouses by still very sort of rough living in Brunswick back, then. And then yeah. My mom and dad had another kid side. There's four of us in a three bedroom house that decided to have another one. So those five or soul in that. So we were constantly sort of leaving on top of each other. Yeah. It was. It was very memories. Yeah. A great memories. Yeah. So, yeah, my nand. I've said he sounds Levin, fifty something cousins, but growing up with cousins on the floor and matches cousins. And you bid cousins, everywhere it was just very normal to experience that. But it's it's really good. I think it really Hines in on your social skills. And I've had friends who will like their child and stuff in it. They came over with I will like having a panic attack his like his kids everywhere, you got share that controller on this super Nintendo, and that sort of thing tough broken. Because somebody my, my middle brother is well renowned for breaking control. He's pretty quiet and pretty passive. But if he lost in a guy got the bottom line favor to that's right. Yeah. Those us how expensive? Oh, Gosh. gosh. Yeah. Yeah. To get ten dollars. I think back then a lot of the square ones quite rigid. Now these days. Sneeze on them in that break. That's my son has broken two of my XBox controls one. He when he was playing with his little water station. He decided to play, this looks control. And the other one I think you dropped it from he climbed up something and dropped it found I find good time. So, yes, I grew up in Brunswick. So it was a different time back then, that's very interesting because I when I grow up in, in queens. Hobby Biden's, I see a turban until that grade non great. We had a sherline boy came through shrunken seagoing. Indian seek forget now, but everyone sort at school and was like what's going on? Like, you know, people would say wrist and stuff, like just the most on educated risis things you could think of, you know, even if that would joking. And it just makes me think yet growing up indigenous, but then you come to mainly western society like culture like saying deadly Gaiman mocking around at school. Those little left at the dole and was sort of looked down upon going on. Hey, like always mucking around, because I wasn't brought up around that dia. You've got that one now go back to the country. But, you know, that's the stuff early years in sort of didn't really acknowledge that I was aboriginal that much because it wasn't brought up around Cy year where you're in community, and that day because you ran other this is that is the sort of, you know slang turned in. And but I think it sort of I move moved back grades early. Great to we've got a big house in Richmond. So, you know, to Richmond there, and then I went from sort of ethnic Greek in Italian getting amaze. I St Mary's culture shift from there. But that's sort of I think the, the mobster that especially x rays that are got brought up around die were very much like mom back from the country. Always having a joke and a laugh, h other cell and said something to back you up. So, yeah. It would sort of it was a big culture, swift, where I was very much. I think when I was in front of his Huron, and I sort of brought you in as, as bit of one from there when you guys look, I m average and all that sort of stuff. Impoverished school. Early is was very much that we've got one average no Kate and not go win. And it's like throwing yes, it's not like that one there. But it was not whole and I think it goes on to love the stuff down. The track is, you know, back then still wasn't black enough to be average. No. But then it was okay. You know what enough to be what they saw was that sort of towing and frying narrowly, especially in primary school lock I had a lot of learning difficulties most diagnosed with dyslexia trae. That's a huge target on your back. You're kidding. You've got nothing learning, especially learning huge. Tiger back for bullying. I got asked to stay back. Grad three but I thought it was stay back. But it was got with your friends. I all these new friends new school sort of stuff second year guard trae. It's all the kids who are in grad to last year. Yes. Like what my mates had gone up. So that was huge the struggle for the nature of the threes, that, you know, I was second second year of grad trails, Alaska, to get my pen, Lawson's, little pace of pipe to tell you can rot with the pay. So I was like great. So that was another target. But for those early us, I think you're struggling with identity you that one but also early is kids that would be friends with you at school. We are live across arrived. You've got hang out with in school, the tardy opposite doubt. That's the stuff that takes you. But does that balance of I think young us in a lot of kids? They size like. We didn't have social media then. That's right. So on. And I have that next layer of online, bullying, and that sort of stuff then, especially with mobster. He's not black enough. That's I said, non knock. I've got a Facebook. That's just average only just say that lateral violence and that sort of stuff, but they ran on jokin. But then I realize the impacts there, especially young kids, they used is. It's, it's crazy how I would have gone back then with social media these days to, to where it is now. Yeah. Definitely familiar with sign my mother's. Full indigenous if you saw you saw that lady's indigenous, but may being a son, and she married, Wata stralia, and people go. He's the notion Lankans off Fiji Indian or anything but indigenous, because I don't have the, you know, the flat nose cheeks on his around the more pointy to dock hair, but it's sort of big curly with wavy, which comes from the Kanako bloodline the coils and so people just be like all while you, not I could not look like anything look like can a girl like, and so that's I really offensive to indigenous people. But the, the new wave of and I've seen my cousins on social media, and some of the stuff they shed and some of them have missed out on low the cultural in Richmond that we had growing up because we're all very much along the same age as my parents were the same ages. And, and they're trying to like find culture for social media for the platforms. That day sharing different thing that come across the LOC pretty bottle on racist towards. It's, you know, countryman the rest of a strike and so, yeah, for me, it's like the new generation's going to have its own challenges and the bullying stuff as well. 'cause like we will saying it the level crossings thing, you know, you've gotta take that books on identifies indigenous Australian, but it's like, well, why am I taking that bulks was the purpose? Let them I going to have like us a separate role that they're like, all your indigenous, cool, come here and his back room for got a job for you. What's going to happen? All people. Go watch out for him because we say anything about indigenous people. It's a lawsuit ought to know the reasoning behind that. So maybe it is our own fault. But we asked to learning as a country. Oh, yeah. Definitely. Yeah. It's it is hard to quantify you, you know, you culture and, and a measure because it's just well selling selling the other day that I think now you gotta the Bali gover the Singapore,.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Radio. Once again, we are your hosts on Rudy v along with my Sonia Ray, really excited about this show guys as always thank you so much for tuning into us. Really? Appreciate you guys listening. So how you doing man I feel like I haven't talked to you. I know I say this all the time, but like again on the weekends you, and I don't talk, man. I what what's going on with you. Why do you make it sound like like, it's my like, I'm doing a bad thing. What's going on with you? Nothing's going. We just don't where with each other all beacon, you know, I just think of Sunshine Coast father, don't you once in a while depends on who the father is really. You know, I don't know if I had more money you'd call me more. I mean, obviously. That's always a plus. That's not rocket science. Everything's good. We have the layover you were on vacation. And I clearly didn't do anything while you were away as far as like being active. Nothing productive. Not really not really not really. Did. You did you shower while I was gone. Yes. You did. At least once I I was gone for like two weeks later today. I'm proud of you this way, there were definitely more Miller highlights than ours. While you were while you were away. But no, it was good. What while you were away thanksgiving passed, and we went to to family's house, and that was fun. We had a lot of good food. Right. And. Yeah. Those it in. Glad you mentioned that, you know, like a high quality beer like, you know, Miller highlight the fear of beers. You couldn't splurge for like a cores light on you. Splurge for Coors light. No, I it's first of all Miller highlife is the champagne of beers. And I get I get enough from my friends make fun of me for drinking that I don't need it from you either. But, hey, here's it's nine ninety nine and you get twelve of them so spot will do you gotta go with the bargain. You just do you have to you have to be cost effective when you're trying to get drunk. Lately, we've been bringing bowling back onto the scene. So it's really not helping the boozing. How does that work out like drunk bowling? It should be like a new like Olympic feet know, not just bowling drunk bowling. But you know, what's funny about it is I get better the more drunk. I get which is kind of a blessing in a curse because we went this past weekend. And then the next day I had to ask just what my high game was. I didn't even know what it was. But and that just tells you right because I remember my crappy high game when it was like one twenty because I was sober. And then as the night went on bold, one eighty five and to me, that's really really good. I have to be reminded of it. Because I didn't remember so yeah, it's actually like a like a serum for you. It's like a steroid sort of. Yeah. Definitely performance enhancing. Pinch for PD's. Got to be careful. They found traces of Ewing. That's why you got a urinated out. Yeah. Eighty game suspension right there. You get docked ten pins. Right. Exactly gaining cap. Sorry, guys. So let's get to our show. We gotta talk about dog grooming here. So again, like we mentioned before the break, we wanna get back to basics. And the reason why we want to reiterate this stuff is because we tend to forget a lot of how to maintain our pets. So we wanted to kinda just go over the basic tips, the basic maintenance of taking care of our pets, especially around the holidays because everybody gets real busy around the holidays. We tend to like, you know, neglect, the dogs neglect the cat's little bit not out of, you know, intent or just we are too busy to focus. So want to make sure that you guys out there just keeping up and making this stuff a routine? So right off the bat. We get this question a lot like how often should I brush my dog? Might seem like a simple question. But it's not, you know, depending on your breed, depending on what type of dog you have if you have a high maintenance dog, and you have a double coated dog such as a Collier sheltie or even some Moi. I mean men think about that a somewhat high maintenance stalk, you really got break out with the brush, the rakes you gotta get some of that undercoat out especially on a high maintenance dog like like, I'm saying like a double coated dog right into your bijon, your poodle's, your soft coated wheaten terriers rushing is often overlooked again, depending on the breed. Let's say you do own a bijon or sheet sue or a poodle excetera brushing, in my opinion, should be done at least two times a week. And you should do a correct brushing don't just serve this brush a lot of times people just brushed the surface of the dog. You really have to separate the coat and do a really good job brushing. But I think brushing your pet two times a week is. Good. I say two times a week. If you did it once a week still good it. Okay. Some people don't brush the dogs at all. I don't know. We still get that right in. It's kind of weird because it's kind of a staple thing. You've gotta brush your dog. Well, yeah. The reason to that. I mean between our shows here and the channel we mentioned brushing more than anything because I honestly between. I don't know. It's a toss up brushing and ears are the two easiest things to forget. So that's why we have to mention it all the time because people just forget to brush, sometimes it's so important. It's it has to it has to be done. So it's we have mentioned all the time because it's so easily forgotten like you said, it's often overlooked. So, you know, so we keep mentioning it. But like you said, we just we still get that. And it's just that's it needs to be done more often. I mean on you personally, you know, you're very short coded. So you can probably brush yourself like once. Yeah. Yeah. Unlike you, you look like a grizzly bear. When you take your t shirt off along with the brushing, I think you're gonna need like maybe a little bit of a flea and tick spray, just, you know, make sure you know. So anyway, it's a good good thing though, because the type of brush you might have to use to we always recommend using a slicker brush. So that's a brush that Anthony might to use the more often on his beard guy. Need a rake? I gotta I gotta get all that undercoat out need a one mower. You just need like a big once-over. I need a twice over twice over. But yes, you could look forward to going bald though too. Because I'm your dad got my jeans. Not not caring for that. Not caring for that guy. Say my blood is coursing through your veins there little buddy. And I don't know what the DNA it must. My DNA must say like, you know, bald on it. If I went for a DNA test. It would say like, you know, this section bald. If you had DNA, what's his blood type, bald bald he will be he's Baldo positive. Are we have to give back on? Okay. Let's get back on. I miss you man me to me to be back. Let's I love this love do. What about nail clipping? Let's nail. That's another basic. We have to never forget about. That's right again, guys..

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lives. Let's talk a little bit more. I think you brought up the food sources for vitamin d which aren't many no no there's a little bit of mushrooms a little bit of fish fficials, but people who are vegetarian don't get this sunshine or don't don't drink really really really needs to look at their vitamin d levels. Also people have colored darker, you are the more likely you are of being low in vitamin d cause skin color is an adept tation to vitamin d levels. Interesting. So completely controls. Now, SafeTouch about fish oils to important fish oils, very important, and you can get that from salmon herring sardines. Those are all good fish sources hang my dad would always being thirty. Yes. And then was one thing that they used to do a health thing. So you would have sardines herrings men, we do that. They didn't have it was basically for vitamin d they found out that people who did that we're healthier than others. So eggs. Good place butter best way to get out of the butter is. Is a higher level of vitamin d. Keep butter. We get it at market district. Sure liver. Also, a great place liver is one of the very best foods, you can possibly have for getting everything that you need, and it's very high in all the Thaddee vitamins, vitamin E K are all very high liver. So it's a great place to get each year living, then fortified milk is has been a very excellent moon to make so can vitamin d be reduced by drugs. Yes, drugs can be a very important thing. Meta fact, giving you'd need to if you're on any pharmaceuticals, you should have a physician check too because you can't have interactions between vitamin d and many drugs if you're taking that so being aware of of your pharmaceuticals and having that checked along with the DA's important, but if you are taking plus drill going drugs number. Cluster all goes up to the skin hits, the UV light and starts the whole vitamin d process. So if you're low on plus drill you to the skin you. Yeah. Yeah. It's really if you do a study on people who are taking all lowering drugs much lower than the than the rest of their peers for the vitamin d levels. So if you are taking plus elbowing drugs checking on your vitamin D level is one of the most important things that you could possibly do because it can really cause a very big problem along those lines and quite interestingly enough being low on vitamin d and we raise the vitamin D level also cluster level goes back to interesting. So one of the reasons that people have what the body does if it's not if it's not getting the. Vitamin d level should from the Sunshine Coast of your own not getting into the sunshine. The body makes more plus drill to try to have as much of it available. If you do have to get into the sun as possible. So being loan vitamin d causes high cholesterol. And if you can get your vitamin d levels up it is a natural way to Lloyd one of the natural ways to lower your cholesterol levels. And we're not saying go to your nearest vitamin storm by vitamin d.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast

The Head Angle Podcast

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast

"Right. Welcome back to heading podcasts are up to episode five now, which is pretty RAD here again with Matt Holmes. Hey, doing stuck to be hitting them five, especially because we've got someone he's gonna massive stream BMX in this country one of the first to make it overseas. So yeah, welcome call McKay. It yet. It's been it's been a trip, and I mean as a younger will younger than your generation. I grew up with twenty twenty two issue. One came out when I was in your I in school and calm was on the cover buying that issue as being thrilled automob- Brian such river trip having to Sydney, Lester, not so you have and welcome. Thanks very much. Having me glad to be in Australia and very excited to be unsure Senate poems. Solid. -hood Elliott did. Yeah. Would definitely deaf start. So I guess Yemane if you wanted to stop I guess time line sort of get get no how did call him mckay's Baymax journey start. I mean, you grew up in Queensland Brisbane. I guess yeah. I grew up in Brisbane that's where soda I started writing. And then my dad lived on the Sunshine Coast. So any any holidays, I would be up there, and my teenage is Sunshine Coast, probably had a better saying, I think because. In Brisbane soda needed. A kata get round also just I sort of mesh with Sunshine Coast grew a little bit more. And then lived after couple of is. And then just things we've gone really well with Clinton in like the whole party grew. And I wanted to get involved without visual that riding a lot in ended up moving back to Brisbane when I was eighteen and eh spent like like eighteen nineteen just hanging off Clinton is boys. So that mid mid nineties like this token like ninety six seven. Yeah. Area was where I in our Alette. I'll let febrile must off at Sunshine Coast and then. Yeah. Ghana developed once hung around Clinton. I was gone because that would just purrs time, basically. It was the route of sense. I guess check host in the mid nineties Shuten with den Dalton was probably the mind one that you guys mine I a couple other guys. Yeah. Mocks Jewett and Daniel harms guys. Yeah. We had a cool sane, man. That was like a good ten or fifteen riders there and. We just bread the Alex easter's behalf. I would think it's weird. I still love writing Hoff's even today in and that was like the first thing I ever write him. A by something about hit nez and stuff on on half of is still love in our. So I ride bay because my mom lived in Brisbane at school in Brisbane. So I was barely wasn't many pox back in the bane Lee was in good Aruna half China rod so two thousand out China that at least on a Saturday, maybe H weekend. Yeah. Was it was good to me? It was always bit of a strong. So the scene they with mean crew like I mean, obviously being a big park and one of the few back vein loves it still go to bit of the Golota history, obviously. But I mean, it seems as always been fairly solid group. Harada's this actioning in back, then was the same sort of deal. Absolutely. I think I was hanging around some skate skate is at school. And I told me that mainly and I went there on a train not knowing it's as. Eh even any raw data and Clint Miller was on the train. That's how I met. Clint that's because he had to have you blacks in the first carriage would've. Time. Clint Clint crush the tons at clean crashes. Call like a week before. So he's back to get into China again. And and just so happened. He had these flies in his backpack. And he was running a compact the weekend off the said, he was so nice, man. He was the one that. Yeah. I went that my first call was because he gave me a flyer on the drying that day set him. I never have heard about Bain life. Make Linda, you know about the companies, you know. Yeah. Says that a heavy metal heroes. I think them ride is comes back. I believe that's what it was probably like ninety two ninety three or something and introduce juices, like the the real coal absolutely sane, which is which is also in the fact that he still so heavily involved. Still kills on her bike is is pre RAD that you guys kind of. He was almost like guide for you that story on the train, man. He he had shinned pads like those of us or close as Kane is the he knows about so and then sit watching him Rydin turns out Bain Lee had such a sixteen. I didn't even know about because I was on the north Brisbane and Bain Lee cell. So yeah, it was thriving fischel at the time that that'd probably had accomplished before. I went to my first one. They're running us over full face helmet that coat. Nah. That was later. Why definitely remember that was like X games? What whatever the south. I think none else before that. It was barely cover. John of probably jumping a box full face. It look too big. Yeah. Remember that full? Yeah. It's trying to be like Jerusha Taj one of his show. Remember, I pump up on my right? Allie was produce seeks. I don't even know where I go to Cal maybe ads buddies back then had a copy and you either Fulanis piney title drought. Rotted crime Hoffman doing hang fall is let cool shit and are just that stuck out then they probably seven commodities lighter. And that was around the time when you sort of starting to mature. And I maybe I want to troops overseas that you had the cover of the cover the video wrapped in Australian like Nike strident flag grandiose of in crowd. Yeah. Pretty pressure.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm you'll have Ivan Reitman they're eating locks eggs and onions and taking script meetings of people it's tied into the culture of the city in the fabric of the city, and because of that, it's not a nostalgic thing. No one goes there to take a photo of a booth. They sit there and their day to day in. Day to day, the the quality level needs to reflect that because the customers are coming back on a daily or weekly basis. Now, there are some places that you discovered that you would expect to find good deli because of their large Jewish population. But you were disappointed. The most glaring one is is sort of south Florida, the Miami Beach area, and that whole coast, which is the third largest population of Jews in in the United States and many retirees who came down from cities such as Philadelphia and New York and Toronto to live in in the in the Sunshine Coast, and there are a large number of Delhi's, but I wasn't overwhelmed. It wasn't that. They were bad. It wasn't that the food was an edible. You know? There was some good deli. But it wasn't anything that was was a revelation. And I think a lot of it was because these places we're really just trafficking a lot on the idea of a nostalgia a certain idea of you know, it was this way in Brooklyn nine hundred. You know, this is the way it's going to be in. This is what we're trying to recapture. And then the other thing that I found with that with Florida was that there were a lot of what I'll call bagel delis, which is a bagel store and bagel place mixed with a delicate tasks in and you can't wear two hats at once. It's very difficult. Making a great bagel is a feat in itself. It takes tremendous dedication in time, and and work and concentration and then to add deli on top of that one of those things is going to suffer, and I generally found that they're the deli end of things wasn't as good now. What are two ingredients that when you see them in a jelly, you just shake your head and say boy, those don't belong here. Loaves of white bread. Glasses of milk, probably say that. That's the classic joke. I feel it's a Jackie Mason routine. Probably sushi or pizza anything that really doesn't relate to either that eastern European Jewish tradition or if not that then at least, your basic diner food mayonnaise is actually it's parv. So it's made from eggs and oil. So it actually it can in Jewish law go on a pastrami sandwich. But in my law.

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"sunshine coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sunshine coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of course, the Americans are also giving billions away to farmers to try and make up for Chinese retaliatory tariffs. So I think they should baking incentive for both sides come to the table. Whether they can do it within this ninety days by March. Is debatable? But I think there's a great incentive for both sides to come up with a win. So in other words, they could come up with an agreement that says we will have greater market opening in China. The sweep under the rug difficult issues like intellectual property protection. Just so both sides can claim they've de escalated and gotten something for China because yes, the economy is slowing before America. There's also political pressure the twenty twenty election cycles heating up account. Imagine this will get in the way of that toys, either here, a countdown Lawrence followed by a countdown by countdown countdown a story sending the Linda you very much. Thanks bill. We'll buy now picture this. You're on the beach. Having a swing enjoying your time. And then suddenly, you're surrounded by hundreds and hundreds of jellyfish that then starts stinging you and those around you. That's exactly what happened in Queensland. Australia vast numbers of bluebottle jellyfish. Fish have sworn beaches there stinging thousands. Of people and forcing the closure of swim spots surf lifesaving Queensland said over two thousand people receive treatment at the weekend. Most incidents took place in Queensland's heavily populated Gold, Coast and Sunshine Coast regions. Let's be to a crisp Maynard chief lifeguard for the city of Gold Coast. Chris tell me more about about the situation there. What have you seen in the people that you talk to you? What happened? The last week or so we've had a run. Veteran. Normally wieners easterly winds and with an easterly swell. So that combination often this time of year in the warmer months. December January.

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