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Enterprise conversational automation with Derek Roberti

VUX World

04:49 min | 2 months ago

Enterprise conversational automation with Derek Roberti

"The Enterprise content management space long ago when when sykora's first getting started in the us. Everyone knew they needed a website. We've gotten past that hurdle and everyone has spent years with web developers working in dreamweaver to try to build websites dating myself and everyone knew that they needed a platform to kind of Put some of the day-to-day content management activities in the hands of non coders And it was a really. It was like cultural change. I think within the web development world in terms of seeing these new roles emerge which were web content managers and digital marketers who really needed to get their hands on a platform so that they can do this. Work themselves in the conversational automation space. It's it's similar but different. The the different part is is while you know when when we were starting site core everyone knew knew the website today and something we can talk about as well as not. Everyone knows that they need to automate conversations. Not everyone knows kind of what's possible. And how much time and effort they can save or how difficult projects are so. There's there's still a lot of Lack of clarity and lack of urgency around adopting the technology in general but interestingly similar to kind of where we were recite court. We are at a point where people who have been working in this technology for a little bit are realizing that developers can become a bottleneck in the process of building out richard conversational experiences for customers and and i thought picking on developing asia but there's just limited limited resources with those skill sets that we need to enable a nontechnical less technical user to get their hands dirty with ecommerce platform. Do as much as they can. They're so that way when developers are actually touching the platform. It's to build out. Customer degration 's or to to do things in the system that exceed the exceed the skill set of the nontechnical user but in terms of just updating the logic of a conversation or updating the content of conversation being able to handle new intense those should really be in the hands of a of a business. User is probably you know develop a wise to show you kind of experiences. Wealth through various pieces of work that we've done beyond development develop. There's also in the same way we talk about skill gaps in terms of compensation design practice designing compensation development. Conversations is also two different things as well isn't it helps develop his inauguration. Don't necessarily have the understanding right now. around the tools techniques in a kind of conversational technical development. Would you say justin. Yeah no i think. That's i think that's really true. And then and then also i think the best deal developers are are lazy and a lot of ways. I think that's a positive thing that's eight and so we're talking about derek. About democratizing is sort of a cliche but giving the tools to more people with a company me's at a developer is not a certain bottleneck and they they can work on more interesting things The to push the whole history of web development analogy further kinda interesting. I'd be curious about you guys. Experience is the comparable skill sets that we had in the as kind of the web kind matured was people to who had done print design. Who'd kind of atp done marketing materials and traditional media and try to figure out. How can we take what we know from print translate the web and as as we all know is not a good fit for most of the time they they knew. Some graphical design and marketing messaging. But it didn't always translate. Well interestingly the conversational designed space organizations don't see themselves of even having that vague analogy that we had from print to web from a design perspective. People feel like they're starting from scratch but but the equivalent of that print designer to the web world are actual human beings having conversations with customers. So it's kind of like your customer service. Reps are the ones who can bring in a lot of that knowledge and skills and it might not translate directly to an automated conversation in a word for word. But that's kind of where you're a subject matter. Expertise knowledge resources already exists

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"sykora" Discussed on Oh Behave! Podcast

Oh Behave! Podcast

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"sykora" Discussed on Oh Behave! Podcast

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Feel Good Habits | Chloe Brotheridge

The Emma Guns Show

05:12 min | 10 months ago

Feel Good Habits | Chloe Brotheridge

"Welcome back to the full cost, Khloe, how are you I'm really well, thank you. Thanks for asking. How are you? Good. It's really good. Thank you I think given the second stunt says trying to see every day is. A lovely opportunity to. Try something new. Stay calm. Definitely definitely, IT'S A. An exercise in staying calm is it doesn't necessarily come naturally every day. Something I'm definitely working on. But it's something that you have devoted your career to. Call me you. The the reason I met was because of you'll fast brilliant book anxiety solution. So I wanted to has this time. Did you feel when you realized? Oh, everything's go to Real Thou did you feel quite well equipped to navigate this period? Yeah I think I don't people ask me because I was thinking about my own experiences, anxiety I have I become anxious place lately. And I have to say I think for some people who've who have a history of anxiety experiences I think when there is a real crisis, sometimes those people actually best best prepared and actually K. and it's the little things in life that will trigger them. I've actually luckily been throughout this period and Yes, I feel very lucky for that, but definitely heard about people that it's. It's most anxious time that they've ever lived three, so I think those will experiencing different ways I think. I think the most important thing I've been saying to people who've been reaching out saying that a feeling anxious for the first time more feeling more anxious than they've ever felt before is well. That's a perfectly normal reaction to pandemic. Yes, yeah, yeah, I think. However you're experiencing, it is okay. Let's not as not make ourselves wrong. We'll beat. Ourselves adds a new layer of. Rubbish exactly, but it made it made me think of you fulfil good. It's because the idea of the show was to really share with listeners. Those tips and tricks that people use to fend off a bad mood whether you can feel that dog leamy cloud, gathering the head, or in this morning's when he wanted to get out of bed, all also those inner. There's times when you feel like working so hard. and. It feels as though the world is just working against you. And it's so hard to sort of keep a smile on your face and go. Yes, I'm still here and I'm chipper, and you just seemed like a perfect person to speak to you because you off very good at these kind of strategies. matter. Okay, so, how are we kicking off? What's your? I, feel good habit. Yeah, I think. I, want to start off by saying that. Sort of staying calm and staying. Positivist is something I have to work on. Think People's and I think because I'm all about. Helping people stay calm. I'm always calm and that's not the case and actually. I learned recently when I'd stop to few habits thinking getting kind of cocaine thinking I didn't need to do this. I'm fine I'm defying and then actually I started to catch up a man I realize actually. Dini things in place and I think potentially. We all need things in place because. Modern is not what we have evolved to do, so we need to have these things in place. Moshe the I how? Is! This is considered a habit, but it's definitely I've been been doing a lot recently. That's a leading an participating in sharing circles. And I had never heard of this done anything like this off until last year when I was in A. Colder Air Mastermind Square at Sykora Group of people in a similar job site, different coaches and thanks all from America. I think Americans are kind of enough further ahead in this sort of. Stuff. But basically every single week we had sharing circle together in this mastermind, and it was about all of us on zoom connecting taking a few minutes to shy things that we were struggling with things that we were celebrating which honestly, but the hardest thing to. It's even think about that all. Think about almost I. Think especially English. People have the sense of it's not good. Celebrate Yourself. It's not good to be to be cookie. Clearly, this south actually say okay to celebrate yourself. Have learned that actually it's a good thing and it's. It's Nice for other people and it's in. It's good for us, so that's something I've been cooperating into my life. Over the last few months in particular, so whether that's when I'm doing A. Kind of a program have showing circle the parts of that, but I brought different friends together from different kind of friendship groups, and we kind of formed this the sharing circle and we get together tomorrow actually to. Sit around and just ask ourselves a few simple questions. One of them is how am I relay. And just knowing that. To answer, whatever way is tree? And then the question is important to you right now, and then what he is celebrating.

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"sykora" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"sykora" Discussed on AP News

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi made clear what she thought of president trump state of the union address the president and speaker had not talked in months after a blow up during October meeting here at the White House the joint session will come to order they were not cordial last night either the president did not shake pelo sees outstretched hand before the speech immediately after he spoke pelo Sykora per copy later saying the speech was up manifesto of mistruths vice president hence tells fox and friends he doesn't know if pelo C. was ripping up the speech or the constitution the trump campaign says pelo C. might as well rip up any plans for attracting independent voters Sager make Connie at the White House

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Pelosi rips up printed copy after State of the Union

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Pelosi rips up printed copy after State of the Union

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi made clear what she thought of president trump state of the union address the president and speaker had not talked in months after a blow up during October meeting here at the White House the joint session will come to order they were not cordial last night either the president did not shake pelo sees outstretched hand before the speech immediately after he spoke pelo Sykora per copy later saying the speech was up manifesto of mistruths vice president hence tells fox and friends he doesn't know if pelo C. was ripping up the speech or the constitution the trump campaign says pelo C. might as well rip up any plans for attracting independent voters Sager make Connie at the White House

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"sykora" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"sykora" Discussed on AP News

"The president and speaker had not talked in months after a blow up during October meeting here at the White House the joint session will come to order they were not cordial last night either the president did not shake pelo sees outstretched hand before the speech immediately after he spoke pelo Sykora per copy later saying the speech was up manifesto of mistruths vice president hence tells fox and friends he doesn't know if pelo C. was ripping up the speech or the constitution the trump campaign says pelo C. might as well rip up any plans for attracting independent voters Sager make Connie at the White House

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Pelosi rips up printed copy after State of the Union

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Pelosi rips up printed copy after State of the Union

"The president and speaker had not talked in months after a blow up during October meeting here at the White House the joint session will come to order they were not cordial last night either the president did not shake pelo sees outstretched hand before the speech immediately after he spoke pelo Sykora per copy later saying the speech was up manifesto of mistruths vice president hence tells fox and friends he doesn't know if pelo C. was ripping up the speech or the constitution the trump campaign says pelo C. might as well rip up any plans for attracting independent voters Sager make Connie at the White House

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"sykora" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Say, I am not the subject of an FBI investigation at this point. Well, well, yeah. And then we found out that Andrew Guillemette gone in New York City had gone to see Hamilton. Allegedly the FBI had paid for the tickets for more. They got an inside scoop, and blah, blah, blah. Well, apparently that had a lot to do with this trouble. Now, he's got he's got to face an ethics hearing because they found that it was probable cause to charge him with illegally accepting all those gifts. So that's going to be a listen. It's not like a criminal kind of deal. It's going to be a fine. If it comes to that. A PR kind of thing. Yeah. And it kind of puts his political career on hold for while. But people forget look at Marion berry busted for crack and became mayor of Washington DC again, he learned his lesson. Baragan. Won by a landslide. Don't forget. Maybe he just gave cracked everybody at it is campaign stops. I don't know. But didn't that hotel room? We forgive and forget easily in the United States. Well, now, we've got this guy. The floor dope of the seat of the week early on in the week. I don't I don't think this guy's dope. I really don't. You're not that wrong. When you look at what these accused of doing here. Yeah. Look the way we should put up a picture of the item should actually it's like, it's a big mess arrest. All it is it's round. And it's like, okay. He probably figured Ben there. All this time. It wasn't dangerous. It was in okla- is my friend calls it. Okay. Down naked. How far away he goes? Whereas Okola just keepdriving oklaho- cla. Okay. Let's see. I can't say Ocala you've got me saying Ocala Sykora Gano stuck in your head now. Anyway. He's he's out. It was kind of odd. They said he was magnetic fishing. Listen, what's he in the sand with one of those things settled the tech? All right. And he came upon something. Let's have the local Ocala news ladies playing you're looking at fantastic World War Two hand-grenade after making the discovery. He put the grenade into his trunk and drove to Taco Bell. And there's where story gets interesting because we figured okay, I've got a grenade in my trunk. But not gonna stop me forget, the cheesy coordinator crutch told you that fire sauce chuckle bell. They're probably in hindsight. They're loving this. Because they shut down the Taco Bell. Swat team the bomb squad comes in. It was like, okay. This guy's got this. This thing that looks like it you could have tried to light it with gasoline in a match it probably wouldn't work. It was like, okay. It's been under the sand or in the water for how long it hasn't exploded. But still he he planned to turn it in. But he was like, oh, he was hungry. He has the one taco Dr seventeen miles to get at Taco Bell. So he was hungry. But in time. Collagen. Oakland, oakland. Oh cala. What was the last time? You were Cal. I was just there Ocala is like remember four forty one. How it used to be in Wellington? That's what ocala's like a lot of money in okla-, Ocala the resources come from also that's where they when the winter festival here. That's where they go Ocala. And also, you write about Taco Bell loving this PR because it shows that they did the right precautious thing. Yeah. Call the authorities but store everybody knows each other. And they're probably it's so small they like, Fred, how's the fishing funniest thing funded grenade? Sheriff. This out of his guys trunk as and the weight from it right through. I just thought it was pretty funny myself. I don't understand why people were so upset. I don't know. Hey, that'd be happy. Why your guy Brady Tom Brady of Bella? Bella check at a big day yesterday. But the the patriots their sendoff was huge. We've got competing sendoff rallies for the Super Bowl teams look compare and contrast how about that. Okay. That coming up next here..

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"sykora" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm feeling very proud of ourselves. Having to pull up the rear is a little bit tricky today. All right. Sure. False your first question apples are just as affective is coffee at waking you up in the morning is that true or false. I'm going to say as effective. Yes. Correct amount is so high. All right question. Number two for you. What is eaten traditionally in the UK the day before Ash Wednesday is it pancakes, ham or cake? Pancakes. Correct. All right question. Number three. If you're having a cocktail of cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice. What would it be called you have some options? Oh, good Sykora, a woo or Harvey wall banger. I'm going to go with this site car. Correct. All right. Terry Rozier, Rochereau your next question rhapsody era, Mel and Cambridge are types of what strawberries mushrooms apples. I'm gonna go with the apple. Oh, no, the answer strawberry. That was the other answer. I just didn't want to give that one you'll need to get this one right in order to tie Kiyo ratio is on. All right. Chef a cut of meat known as beef clod would come from which part of the animal is this the shoulder the back or the hindquarters sounds like a who look at Tom because he knows all these pieces of meat. I do know that one I'm gonna go with the neck. Did you say? Necklace. But the ears now there was an NCO either on your options again. Yes. Please shoulder back or hindquarters. Clearly this one. I do know the absolutely. I'm gonna go with the shoulder. Don't sit on. It is the shoulder is the show that was close to. We have a question off. I'll give you one more. Okay. All right. All right. You too. What type of meat is scrag end. Terry mutton nicely done. Happy birthday, Kathy. You are getting some Molly moon ice cream from mosquito. If you want to be part of our show, you can send us a note on Facebook or Twitter at Seattle kitchen. You're listening to us on KIRO radio ninety seven three FM. The show is produced by large media. That's L A R J media are lead producers Sarah liebowitz in our sound engineer is Sean don't call me, though, Tori,.

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"sykora" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg's European headquarters in London, I'm Markus Karlsson. With this Bloomberg radio business flash. We're seeing a mixed picture in Asia this Thursday with the Japanese in Australia says rising while mainland. China has been retreating the regional benchmark advancing hair by almost four tenths of one percent. I did say that the Chinese mainland says retreating that still the case if I look at the CSI three hundred for the Shanghai composite is actually flirting with a flat line. So we have seen stocks in mainland China pad previous losses Honghai high position also known as FOX on and a major apple supplier has been weighing after it warned of weaker, demand and flagged deep cups, those stocks in Taipei down by one point six percent. Volumes have been looking somewhat subdued in Asia with the US offline for the thanksgiving holiday. It also means that there will be no cash trading would accomplish. Treasury said this thighs day, but it comes so FX this morning. The dollar is extending a retreat from yesterday as traders question the pace of fed tightening. Bopping said, we're only seeing a marginal lost hair for the Bloomberg dollar spot index. The euro go to boost last night helped by reports that the Italian government may be softening its stance over its budget. And that has carried over to. We're seeing the euro trading at one spot thirteen ninety six keep an eye on the South African rand today as the central Bank is tipped to hike rates at the moment. However, the South African Rhonda's down by run about two tenths of one percents against the greenback. And is among the main lag is in the major currency space. All prices after mission that finally there slipping after an increase in US crude inventories added to Barry sentiment around crude prices. President Trump also sent a tweet calling for even lower prices. Brent crude this morning at sixty three dollars and twenty seven cents. That's a Bloomberg radio business flash. Now here is leeann guarantee with more on what's going on around the world. Good morning, Markus. In poland. The governing party is preparing to reinstate supreme court justices after they were forced into early retirement. If only news last month, a ruling by the European Commission of Justice which audit that Poland suspend the application of its new law. The government lowered the retirement age of judges early this year, forcing many to quit to mow. People are known to have died in the northern California wildfire bringing the total to eighty three pre saying more than five hundred sixty remain on the missing list. Meanwhile, authorities have contained flames in the south of the state where one thousand six hundred homes have been destroyed and three people killed and the head of Russian military intelligence has died. General Colonel I go Kor above is said to have suffered a serious illness. The Sixty-three old was head of the G O U, which is accused of trying to murder Sergei scruple in Salisbury. Earlier this year playboy news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick talk on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm John Karen's. This is Bloomberg Marcus very much. Indeed, leeann now, Nissan boss caller's gone looks set to learn his fate later where the board meets to discuss his arrest for alleged financial misconduct. The CEO of Nissan Hiroto Sykora has already said that he will be dismissed. But Bloomberg sources say directors are split over what to do next for more. Let's go live to Tokyo where Bloomberg's Asia companies editor Dave mccombs is standing by for us. Dave greater of you on. So what's behind this alleged split among directors? But certainly you have case where Renault is said it has yet to receive specific about what the allegations entail, and without that they haven't been able to make a decision about what their position will be regarding gone. So it given that we know that several of the board members are from Renault. It stands to reason it would be split on the board over what is fade will be beyond that we have a developing narrative in which Renault is pushing very hard to try to keep this alliance together, obviously showing that it's in their best interest to do. So and they they so far have not ousted gone and has kept him on board. They've named an interim replacement, but they've kept him on board. So that that's their position unless they received new information that would cause them to change it. Yeah. Renault holds a forty three percents stake in Nissan to a certain extent. This seems curious perhaps that they haven't really been able. To get more information out of its partner. What have we learned in the past twenty four hours about the allegations against gone? Little Gibson drafts have been coming out. Oh, one piece of information that initially there was some indication that part of the compensation that's at issue. Here has to do with homes that the Nissan has provided for going initially. It was reported that there were four such homes today, we've learned at this actually six including homes in New York and Tokyo suggesting that Nissan had quite an investment and keeping gone hosting golden at these various homes, and that that is a major part of the case, they're making did he was abusing his privileges beyond the borders edition today when it comes to go himself beyond that, what will investors be looking for to come out of this meeting might we learn something more than about the future of the Renault. Nissan alliance. Exactly. I I think I think beyond what exactly happened. To gone they'll be looking for signs of of a split within this alliance. And whether this will emerge as a fight between these two automakers with Renault as you mentioned before holding that forty three percents stake. So in a very good position to pursue its own interests in a case like this. I think also be looking, of course, at the specifics of allegation and for any sign at all that this will still over into the Nissan board itself anytime, you have a case like this. The question arises of what the board knew, and when they knew it, and whether or not the company made any moves whatsoever to accommodate this or certainly cover it up that would widen this scandal and bring it into a concern for Nissan itself on the just what might happen with going. This talk that he wrote a psycho, the CEO would become chairman interim term, and if if gold is ousted. Should we read anything into that? In particular. Well, that does that idea that they that he moved has moved so swiftly. And if the company has moved swiftly to put him in place. Does suggest does does support this narrative of a palace coup that he would immediately be taking the place. Of course, he was one of going proteges, go and selection to run the company, and it's easy to see that. They could have been rivals developing over the years as gone sought to diminish his own. Alright Bloomberg's Asia company said it to Dave McComb joining us.

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"sykora" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Two five five that's our phone number. Mike. Welcome. Hey, Gary, how you doing today doing good, sir? We ran into an issue yesterday that has me concerned on a couple levels. We have a wash her laundry room in the basement with a forgery and underneath it under a pedestal. And that. Kitchen and a laundry room run through the green for that goes underneath the bathroom. That's Jason to that. And then on out, and my wife was running a clean cycle on the washing machine, which I guess created a lot of suds. Ran into that dream and after it runs for about an hour. And after a while we noticed that there was water backing up in that four drain and also. I had one of those new fluid master plastic brings underneath the toilet in the bathroom that we had just replaced recently in the water was running out underneath the toilet as well. So my question is could that washing machine have created an upset to cause a cog in the drain? That was keeping water from going on out. I don't think it created the problem. I think it exacerbated a problem. So when we're on a clean Sykora washing machine, and I don't know gallon age. But I know you push a lot of water a lot of water through that drain and if that drain were partially clogged. It would keep it from evacuating all that water in the suds would come up xactly where they're coming up. I don't think it costs to clog. But I think it definitely highlighted it for you. All right now would that. I don't know if you're familiar with that fluid master, it's a replacement for the wax ring. Right. Comes with a spacer. I wouldn't buy the directions. It look to me. Like, my flange was right out the same level as the floor. So I didn't use the spacer. I wonder this may be there wasn't enough compression on that seal out sounds like it. It sounds like it. I mean, that's what it sounds like to me to it, obviously wasn't sealed or the suds wouldn't manifest himself. Their path least resistance, right? So is able to Lee weeps through there. All right. So how was the house? Was built in fifty two. Okay. So there could there there could be tree roots down through that main waistline. Right. Had that we had have looked at this summer for another issue and had them both our house drains in two different directions.

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"sykora" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"We can do better than this We know how you know. Every time you make any sort of change it's always a little bit chaotic and things, always go little left, or a little, right and they require adjustment but my God the things. We already, have are failing, on, every side you know people are afraid well we can't get. Rid of this or we can't get. It, let's, take child protective services that outfit oh well we could never get rid of that, because you know of children might be mistreated chill. Are, mistreated by that system every single day You know what's interesting bring us up Melissa Sykora who. Is child rights advocate she's come on. This, show, and she has said that people always ask her what these kids that are involved, in these pedophile networks where do they come from In hurry standard answer eighty percent of the kids are coming out. Of child protective services well I'm not. Surprised that she would be in the position that wouldn't she would. Yeah If if what. For our. Listeners What if they're activists what are some of the just a couple of the activists activities they can take, you think to make their. Community make their family safer better Yeah what you wanna do is do. Things in some, parallel way to, the control system the one that.

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"sykora" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Here's the thing though it's all about what the like what it's all about the compensation right like what the compensation is in the case of trimming johnson that is um what are you giving up for him rightly phnom saying if you're if you're the cowboys and you're the rams like what are you want if you the rams for jermaine johnson like what affairs where years old it's true they franchise injuries osu although insurance any sign the tender will lavallaz ashley you plough agha he's out oh he's done they they use it they use the uh the tag on joyner this sean a safety that's right and now you face sammy watkins being gone what are you do it for in terms of that because somebody is going to go after semi i mean it's a domino effect of land relieves miami does sammy become a viable option for miami dolphins is there another team like the oakland raiders if crabtree is led gold today go get sammy to pare him would cooper i mean there's all sorts it's a little different things us go start to move rail and you'll know a lot more as we get closer to the eve of free agency but i don't think that is a locked assemblies will come back because guess what his feelings are going to be hurt his phil is going to be hurt that you didn't taghi or extend a offered to him you want him to go out and they may have is in an offer that is less than what he deems his values worth he may go out they want to test a free agent market and somebody may say you know what we saw enough in four to five years that gives us hope that you can if you stay healthy beat a top do the cleveland browns knee receivers like to more like they need why receivers running a lot but receivers as obviously wanted air may things that in there is not a guy in this year's draft that's as good as sami is now one guy and issues draft as good as them so you you if you're the cleveland browsing you know you're gonna pick a quarterback eager picked sykora barkley wanted quarterback a four in if john.

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"sykora" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"You know what i mean but you can't but some people obviously compare allies them to such a degree because their brain has is is you know kinda wired that way but i've always just worked on how to push it out because it the the fear will will come your direction while the you know whether it's like you're you're making it up or not i really think it's like but how do you deal with it so for me it's always the my rationalization is the way i push out is by worst case scenario by w you know china rationalize what the situation really is like i literally whether it's weightlifting or its business i usually rashly ham but to go take this huge squat i mean what's the worst that can happen and then i i think about that for one second and then i never think about it again and then i i roll the dice and do whatever in its same thing with business i go worstcase scenario i go this i go that and push it out but i think it's something that is literally paralysing the people that they don't know how to work through it where they believe it or not it just it enters the brain and they don't know what to do yeah i think that um you know my brothers got his masters in sykora as we talk and not an obstacle opt gone through some really rough periods in my life to in particular and one of them he's like listen john he's like he's like i dunno if you're scared but but but but but up but i see like a more uh i think i deal with fear like i get really defensive like i'm a fucking pit bull at any creates an uncomfortable environment he's like the only way you will get through this certain scenario is what he called exposure therapy you need to his owes yourself to what you are afraid of you need to put yourself into that situation that you either fear or you get tense about because the longer you live in it the longer you experience it you will understand that there is nothing there and that's exactly what i chose to do so for all blisters out there that fear a certain situation whether it be public speaking.

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"sykora" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So sykora cathedral melinor listing the father the son of the holy ghost to go over you need to go yeah that's that's one of my favorite moments in the film actually is in that match where you here that that that oregon we wove that in earlier in the film kits it's very in the background it's it's actually more of like a like an acc company texture to some of the very early sins yet and any it has that sort of featured moment central in the match and there's something about that too where thinking about sort of like the scope of anarchist racean and how you make something seem very big and one thing i've found over time is that sometimes more is actually less adding instruments to a client makes things very large but there's a real power i find to to polling everything out and in a sometimes just a solo piano or one note on a violin on its own can feel massive rush why ooh why so so so let's talk about another film you worked on a you were nominated for one several awards score four moonlight you the barry jenkins film about the three stages in the life of this africanamerican boy growing up gay liberty city miami and and music is so central to that film what kind of brief did you get free from barry jenkins that was an amazing experience work of ariane moonlight so from our first conversations we were already have brainstorming ideas of what might happen but i had read the screenplay before the film was shot and musically the early conversations that you know we had had there was an idea i think in berries mind that he really wanted real instruments he wanted this to be a score that had a human feeling from pretty much the very beginning barry had told me that his love of chopped and screed music which is style of southern hip hop where you you take tracks in youth you slow them down and when you slow the track down the pitch goes way down so there's this totally deepened and enriched musical texture that the audio takes on.

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"sykora" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So sykora cathedral melinor listing the father the son of the holy ghost to go over we need to go the ats that's one of my favorite moments in the film actually is in that match wave here that that that oregon we wove that in earlier in the film gets gets very in the background it's it's actually more of like a like an accompanying texture to some of the very early sins and any it has that sort of featured moment central in the match and there's something about that too wear thinking about sort of like the scope of anarchist rationing how you make something seem very big and one thing i've found over time as that sometimes more is actually less adding instruments to appoint makes things very large but there's a real power i find ted to pulling everything out and you know sometimes just a solo piano or one note on a violin on its own can feel massive why ooh so let's talk about another film you worked on you were nominated for one several awards score four moonlight near the barry jenkins film about the three stages in the life of this africanamerican boy growing up gay and liberty city miami and and music is so central to that film what kind of brief ticket from perry tank that was an amazing france work barry on light so from our first conversations we were already have brainstorming ideas of what might happen but i had read the screenplay before the film was shot and musically the early conversation and so you know we had had there was an idea i think in berries mind that he really wanted real instruments he wanted this to be a score that had a human feeling from pretty much the very beginning barry had told me that his love of chopped and screwed music which is uh style of southern hip hop where you you take tracks in you you slow them down and when you slow the.

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"sykora" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on DirtCast

"Sees in eight last season isaeli online all it's about interim says the it's about tom arya m a strong it was it was in a may it's an amazing procam elio idea it's really great and i am just is lovely to hear all of you guys talk about a it just this is just i'm really enjoying the so far and i will probably watched the rest of it this week one of the interesting things about her this divorce new kind of touched on it was that they filed in sag harbor on a thursday hiram sykora in the hamptons size harbor in the heavens there's a weird place to file for his wondering has both live in manhattan but she has a hasn't zach harbor i mean normally reality stars aren't necessarily taking the same kinds of steps as celebrities to like guard their privacy because their job is to ninety their eyes in the open but i think that this was really embarrassing for her in i don't think she was trying to keep it private but i do think she was trying to have some more agency over how the information was ruled out on one she she was she announced it with a tweet jaswant it says uh it's with great sadness that tom and i agree to divorce we care for each other very much and hope you respect our privacy during the sad time with an excellent point way and i ain't no not response was just i do ordering grow into them russe ma a ramona who uh steals a miller lite klis a big doubter of lou ann from the beginning because she had gone on three dates with tom i don't want you to get married and walk down the aisle and find out six months ago that 'cause it's gonna get worse than it is not going to get better not going to get back so it is what it is and on marcus thing on the shut my mouth didn't have sex with them but we also have learned that and does not count oral is.

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"sykora" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:04 min | 4 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And the pit too high uh i don't know there's been a better organization in the dodgers in terms of producing great rookies but jack peterson was that guy his rookieyear an allstar and the whole red derby cory segar cody ballanger this year but once you in their got of looking inside cornered that meter cities rose it had not happy reject kellogg strike so well i can't let that take yatta out of the bad or out of the game i don't chuck peterson had to be with pitch called for a strike early in that it bad but you can't start today all like that you got at least that a couple of a bats build up the frustration because it getting ahead then you're done you know at that frustration build up here logan foresight to hit now but wide to pitch in a fastball little bit high paul foresight it a two thirty five three overs 21 knack giannis at injuryplagued year the wind and the wto at a curve is on the inside quarter for a strike wow what a good one talk about that spin rates seth lugo according to stack cast has like the highest spin rate of a break you bought many more your territory but that pitch looked like it was going to hit foresight one one awkward swing it abyss that a cow wanted jew sykora seif confused at what to look for so that nasty breaking ball call for strike in the fastball almost hit it but he swapped but one two curves just outside of what my territories the nerd territory a draft to answer here's the two two and that's down at a way clearly you of already answered you know on human i believe that her looking for your bridge better bet you're pre toot out swaying in a liner slice it you're right granted comey got tied i any day digress water patch curtis brand said says he race george the line laid out walmart and was able to spear that one yes terrific catch the ball is slicing away for me but it's also fading and you're trying to engage at outfielder what's the angle that you take to this ball and when you're curtis granderson who lost his deputy not as quick as he used to be you know have much margin for error but a great cash at.

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"sykora" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Noticing that you know on submarines the colour schemes as a means usually blues and greens and then colors that actually have a tendency to to relax you and and calm you down to hospitals in sykora fabulously as opposed to raids in yellow red actually causes the heart rate to increase the united felt the best way to do that was to limit the colour scale to those warmer colors and the great thing the that spikedid they gave me four weeks paid preproduction soi headed a chance to come in and lay down some ground rules that the problem was that this was all going to be taken place on one day we're the me shooting for eight weeks how am i gonna make eight weeks look like one day were outside allied and in almost every shot we're seeing the entire block seeing a large part of the bloc and so iii just lay down the ground will whatever street we select for this it has to run north and south mi rationale was that as the sun rises in the eastern sets in the west a street runs north and south one side of the street is always going to be shaded it's easy for me to make a cloudy day look like to say that the look like the shaded side of the street which saved my but because we had almost nothing but rain for the first two weeks of shooting the movie kalman eights and spoiler alert for this movie that came out in 99theyou should have seen by now and which you will not lose out on just by knowing how to ends it culminates in a riot and it is the climax of the film it's not about dialogue.

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"sykora" Discussed on Rebuild

Rebuild

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on Rebuild

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"sykora" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"sykora" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"Sykora claude bangs look at how he's looking at the camera he's just like i dare you to look in the basement at all the bodies i buried yet if there was annoying area it would sound like this hanging a oh god what's your favorite flower now a single rose in who are your topthree three favorite groups elvis presley britney spears and florida i can't tell if he's kitty with some of these answers tell us about when you lost your virginity with my ex wife pretty uneventful i love it when my date acts themselves doesn't try different act different to impress me i am sure both of us are satisfied pretty open the most things usually last a long time in a good way oh my god you know it's nice to know that it's not just me his meeting shitty men it just happens to be the time where there's a lotta suliman out there so you know what everybody go forth with your day and remember the human race is terrible and there's no hope thanks for listening we we got like nineteen our that's pretty good yeah we'll get through the the the rest of a man our next episode which will be next week we are so excited to be back you guys stuff i love talking to you again i love talking to you it'll be a thin week we'll have another casting episode and then we'll have the main if you guys want our bonus episodes which are basically mean stephanie just talking about regular life things go over to patriotic dot com slash rose bricks for just got a patriotic and search for rest breaks podcast and you can sign up at whatever level you want to but we do bonuses every week and we have a really good tom over there so go to it.

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