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Podcasts on Amazon Music - all you need to know

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03:07 min | 6 d ago

Podcasts on Amazon Music - all you need to know

"He, James. Alexa Hay. Day yesterday yes. A Big Day relaunched podcast. Amazon music. who were who indeed where did you launch? We launched podcasts in the US the UK Germany and Japan all the countries in the world. Alexa, how many countries are there in the world according to Wikipedia? There are one hundred and ninety five countries in the world and how many countries have you launched podcasts in all four of them We make a good point I suppose yes. Well, anyway, no show notes at our newsletter. We have all you need to know about podcasts in Amazon music. Audie a significant new podcast studio launches in the UK The companies founded by global media executives and commissions made by journalists, directors, and producers. It's partnered with DAX for ad sales looks big. NPR is now. Schools Smart adds attribution joining over eleven thousand podcasts doing. So the technology helps advertisers understand how well that podcast answer doing. audio. Now, a PODCAST APP has launched in France. The free podcast APP will focus on local podcast content aiming to share data with podcasters. It's owned by prisoner media and M six RT L. They reached ninety six percent of the French population. Each month and eleven publishers have joined launch audio nares already leading podcast in Germany. With six million monthly users it's seen by some as an answer to American platforms. Diese I'd say selector feature which allows you to switch the editorial content of your APP to the country of your choosing maybe or break but you live in Australia you can get highlights of the latest music and podcasts from whatever country he wants. podcast movement virtual has announced a third round of speakers and speech text is a new podcast transcription service based in France. It has a free trial and a pay as you go pricing plan instead of a monthly subscription. Thank you to Amazon music who become our latest gold supporter? They've helped us get our email look Nice on outlook twenty sixteen for which we pay to hire a machine. Tam Amazon clearly how it works anyway, you can support us to at pod. News. Dot Net slash support. And Impalas News CNN and iheartradio have reached election one it's a new co-produced podcast that demystify mystifies the American Political System Good luck with that. Anyway it's hosted by CNN correspondent, Kristen Holmes distributed by the IHEART podcast network and hosted on megaphone plus month short-form podcast from CNN was launched on Omni Studio. Too. Much. To say with Kaley Shaw launched yesterday I may well have pronounced her name wrong. She is a country singer songwriter and she's launching this new podcast. We've bobby bones is Nashville podcast network

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Young adults blamed as UK sees sharp spike in virus cases

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Young adults blamed as UK sees sharp spike in virus cases

"The British government is facing pressure to act fast to keep a lid on daily new coronavirus infections of the shop spike across Britain law she blamed on policy going young adults disregarding social distancing daily new coronavirus infections and all about double the level of just last week and on Monday it's nearly three thousand for the second day running that's prompted speculation which is government is considering tightening some restrictions such as reducing the number of people gathering in dole's in England from the current limit of thirty the government's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan van tam says while the rise in infections is much more monks among people between seventeen and twenty one he was as much concerned about a more general and creeping to graphic trend across the country Charles Taylor this month London

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Happiness is Like Shopping For a New Home

The Daily Boost

04:41 min | Last month

Happiness is Like Shopping For a New Home

"Now let me ask you a question. Have you ever found yourself? Meandering around had an idea. And then kind of went off after Kana sort of and it well okay. Let me get to the story here. So my daughter. Looking for a home I've been looking for a home over the past couple of years not right now on a world where I am right now but it had a couple of folks who have called me recently, they're looking for homes as well. Something to do with the interest rates the way they are being seriously low and folks are moving around. So a friend call me and she had been living in her forever home for two years that was about it. And I listen really closely about what was happening about what was going on and everything she was going through and just smiled. I. Smiled have you ever done that have you ever heard somebody and you're like? I have heard the story like ten thousand times before maybe more importantly, you've lived about ten thousand times before. and. That's exactly what I heard and this wisdom was coming to my mind. We call it Scott logic around here. The wisdom was this. I just one thing. Whether it's home. Whether it's getting happiness or just about anything else in the world, it always seems to go on way. It happens it. Why is that? I had I know the answer that I too. I thought for a minute I was going to stop myself but occasionally I surprised myself. Or human. It's a very complicated world, and if you're like me, it's very complicated. Mind that inhabits your head. or human the wind blows humidity goes up and down the rain comes down the sunshines and then we gotta go what am I gonNa do with all this stuff I got a yard demo. It's confusing. Isn't it sometimes? So, it's just human. So just accepted as being human but Scott Superhuman maximizing human potential sure yard, but you're still human. After a long week, even superhumans get tired and have a beer on Friday night. Or Two. But sometimes, you want something different, right? An idea pops into your head. And you don't WanNa sit there on the fence and drivers crazy 'cause you got three choices you know that right? Longtime ago if an idea pops into your head, you're either GonNa go do something about it. You're not going to do anything about it. Or you'RE GONNA send the middle and go what am I gonna about it. The first two are cool because either you do it or you don't the one in the middle will drive you crazy. But what happens is people get an idea how it's in my head. Now it's lingering around there right side talking to you all the time. You may not know what you mean by you want something different. You're the boss of you right. And since you're the boss you I know you said things and thought things before you really don't know what the hell you talking about. Listen I I'm like you I really don't specifically know what I mean by that. I will tell you having done what I've been for very long time when people call me and their specific about what they want. It's really cool because it's either really okay. I shouldn't say this but you know sometimes you hear people specifically like, what are you thinking? But at least we have a starting point. Or maybe sometimes it Massa great idea. Go do just like that. But when they're in the middle kind of meander around, they don't really know what they mean by that. That's Kinda hard to do. So this is the trajectory the here's what happens when when you are out there. This is why happiness is kind of like shopping for a new home. You want some different. But you don't know quite what it means. When you say that? then. What happens? You settle into. I'll I'll know when I see it mode and what do you do you start exploring? You'd out there I love that part. and. Then your search becomes all consuming it's like buying a house. If you've ever shopped for a home, you know it's like, why have no really idea what I want? I don't even know where I wanna be not really sure exactly how much I could afford I'm not sure how much space I need I. Don't Know How long I'm GonNa live. There are the schools good and everything else. I don't even know by God. There's nothing on the market those sellers they went all the money in the world I don't have that I'm giving up now. Tell me I'm not right on that one. Your search becomes so time consuming. You start to get stressed out a lot when you're going after your dreams by the way. And what do you do? Most people stop. But then something happens you're stopping you're. Not GonNa Change Darn thing I don't care what I was thinking even though I didn't know what I was thinking I'm not going anywhere I'm stopping because you know why I don't even know what I was looking for, and now it's all stressing me out. I can't do this anymore and then suddenly Tam perfectly the perfect opportunity. The fill in the blank perfect house perfect happiness perfect job perfect whatever the thing that you were looking for even though you didn't know what you're looking for. It shows up and you. Cool see I can see now that's what happens next.

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Ken Nguyen: Republic  Bridging the Gap Between Investing and Startups

Epicenter

05:14 min | Last month

Ken Nguyen: Republic Bridging the Gap Between Investing and Startups

"We can grander founder and CEO of the public and really excited to speak with you. Today can about republic and so moved to super innovative things. You guys are doing with crowdfunding in republic note in particular. So thanks much for joining us. Brian thank you so much for having me. Wonderful being year. For some people probably haven't heard about Republic Right but republic east of connected with Angel Lists and lists of course had the big impact on crowdfunding I mean there's also growing list right that has come out that we've had on the podcast before as well. Speak a little bit about your background time angels and sort of how that evolves into starting republic. I started out my career securities attorney in New York, and then over time went into asset management in back into academia. So back in twenty, three, thirteen, I got a chance to get introduced to novel and injuries team and became their general counsel Wendy roll out his new investment product costs indication right did everyone knows about but injuries syndication is only available to millionaires or accredited investors then under president, Obama is a change. In US law and very relevant for blockchain laid on as well that did change in the law allow non accredited meaning. Anyone doesn't matter what income and net worth to invest in private securities, and that became fully legal in two thousand sixteen and that's when I left. Angeles to Launch Republic with a-list ended up invested in us. So there a significant backer among many of the VC's suggested to heritage between to companies. Role and yeah, I think many people have heard of the jobs act in in that regulation. So tells a little bit of what was that changed at happened in two thousand sixteen and you know what was the opportunity that opened up back then? If I may take a walk down memory lane or history lane and go little bit far back through the Great Depression in the United States back in the nineteen thirties easily eighty years ago after that will regulate is in DC decided, hey to avoid investigating defrauded no-one can invest in private securities in private company unless they really Ridge if they rich, we assume that this fisted and can you know tolerate the loss of capital that went on for eighty years in even though in the US people spend like eighty billion dollars a year and lottery ticket. And the same amount addict casino, and yet you have to be a millionaire to invest in start it obviously stop making sense a while back, but it took the Obama administration and a change in the law of for that to really now opened a gateway so that anyone if they go through a platform like republic can invest in early stage, Google early stay facebook or a restaurant even and will little bit behind compared to European counterparts particularly the UK and other countries in the EU that had allow up for democratized private investing years before the US. So what inspired you to start Republican? was there anything that you saw during your time angel which convinced you that there was a problem worth solving here? The problem with stuffing I think goes a little bit back before my time at is so my family immigrated to the US from Vietnam in we stuttered out in Palo Alto in the bay area. Just because you're right in the thick of innovation in at Tam Amazon and Google new startups and everyone wanted to invest but like we weren't accredited so we weren't able to invest and even neighbors who were credited meaning millionaires, doctors, lawyers this still couldn't invest either. So Cadillac the teenage me was like men I wish I get to put a little bit of money into Amazon Google early on but couldn't and I think catalyzed stay with me and I went on and became a lawyer Working Wall Street and still couldn't invest privately us so that desire. To make venture capital private investing more accessible I. think There's a little bit of a personal background behind that an angel is each is Amado that when I knew about I was like, wow, these guys are making it possible for my oldest siblings who are physicians and engineers to invest. That's really cool and so that's why I joined injuries back in two thousand thirteen does only a glimmer of the possibility. What we do at Republic is Cadillac to hope that a single mom Vietnam Ecuador when they can invest like five dollars in Assad of in Silicon Valley. blockchain and ICO

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"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

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"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Know what maybe having a drinker you know doing a hit again I'll just do it once and you know, and if they can recognize maybe my brain, trying to talk me into something here. That isn't the best decision for me. Go Go until your your mother that. Hey, mom I'm thinking of going to have a drink again this weekend. You think that's good. And can pretty much guarantee. Her feedback is going to be. Any, even if you don't have someone right there, you can talk to about it. Is the oldest referred to it as the empty chair technique where you sit in one chair. And say what you're going to say. I'm going to have a drink this weekend or I'm GonNa you know I'm going to pick up a bag of heroin or whatever, but just this once and then you get up and go sit in another chair, and you answer is if somebody else try to visualize your situation from another person's perspective to challenge these these these. These biases that your brain. Your brain is going to try to use the talk you into going back to where you were before. Because it will it. Will you know oh? Yeah, definitely it will, so what I what I hear you saying is that you know with these cognitive biases. There's actually techniques that you can use to really help you challenge these cognitive biases. Kind of undo them. Get a more balanced perspective, and if you use these techniques, you're going to really help yourself. Make better decisions for yourself. Absolutely absolutely, the whole relapse prevention approach of the twelve step program uses is based on this I mean. The twelve steps invented nineteen thirty six long before any of the stuff was known of, but it's essentially what they're doing is they're making people aware? Look your brain. You're addicted. Brain is going to try to talk you going battery. Where before it's going to try and talk you into thinking it's okay to. Go to that party. Who's going to be cool? Kanter to have a few drinks just this once. Your brain is going in guaranteed in recovery. It's GONNA at some point to try to talk into that so realize. That might not be. That might be caught the bias there happening now might be my disease trying to trick you into doing something that really shouldn't right and these are normal aspects of how the brain works. They're just amplified to a degree that become extremely detrimental. Yeah, yeah, and you know what is owed to someone recently who relapse after twenty eight years in recovery so you know that surprises, people, but people you and me. That were people addictions. You know we see that all the time. Radical even decades recovery so. You're never ever immune to it. You're never ever so our into recovery that you're immune to these sinks, and we know why, because psychoactive substances caused an inflammation in the brain. And the inflammation causes connections between nerve cells that for mental pathways breakdown, and then they reform in new pathways, said support, addiction, addictive thinking, and that's one of the reasons that these cognitive biases are present, even decades into recovery, so nobody's ever ever. You know so far away from their last drinker. Drug at their disease isn't gonNA. Try to talk him into doing something that they should right right while will I think we could? We could talk for easily another hour. Andrew about this. We could get into even more detail. Detail, but we're coming up on our time on a episode, so if anyone's listening out there and they're struggling with addiction, or maybe they know someone who's struggling with addiction. What would you want to tell him? What would you want to say? What would be your message? First of all there is nobody nobody who's not capable of full lasting permanent recovery, and returned to healthy living, and a relapse is a process, so the sooner process you interrupt the process and do something about it, the easier it's GONNA be so. To somebody if you're struggling or if your mind is telling you things that you don't think are good and for people that are still in addiction. It doesn't matter how far gone you are. How addicted you are? How much how many bridges you burned in your life, there is nobody not one single personal care that isn't capable of recovery. If, they accept the help that's out there, and that's I think that's my number. One message for anybody, oh. Thank you so much. If people WANNA. Find out or contact you or find out more about you. How can they reach you? Yeah, I love hearing from people. I have an.

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"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Oughta done. Everything I tried over again to stop the drug. Use the drinking and I basically come to the conclusion. There was nothing I could do to get out of it. I was so miserable. I couldn't keep living that way, so I thought I can't live with the drugs and I can't live with them so I was I was actually planning suicide and. I thought that was the only way out and. So some friends came in Bicknell. Above the floor, one day literally took me to the local detox center, and they had these the guys from twelve step program that were coming in putting on meetings and I saw. Wow, these guys were all like me. You know right and look at them all. They're all living life again and happy and I thought. Maybe there is a way out. And they gave me their great they they call it the big buck. The alcoholics anonymous spoken I got reading that in. More than anything. I saw that I wasn't completely crazy that. Might behavior was just like millions of other people who came before me and millions of other people came before me got healthy again in got well, and a little late went onto my brain August and I had hope again will. There is a way out of this there is you know. I went from being basically someone who had accepted his own death to someone who had hoped and that's that's quite an experience. Wow, that is profound. Yeah, and I ended up not going to any treatment centre those There's quite a waiting list in Canada and I got heavily involved in twelve step program in and for me. That did wow and I've found. My recovery and setting. So really being able to see that other people had also experienced this that you weren't allowed loan when when when they came and got you or you saw the meetings, and you went to twelve step. He saw like man I. I'm not alone. There must be something here. There must be something I can do. Yeah, absolutely, and that's a wonderful feeling because you know I, guess be brothers but I know for me I thought there was something seriously wrong with me I thought. Thought, that was I was different than everybody else way I was behaving and thinking in in it's. It's really comforting to know that I'm not an unusual person. There's nothing particularly wrong with me. Just have symptoms that are typical of addiction that everybody who's in addiction experiences, and all those behaviors thoughts all horrible things. I'd done all under the umbrella of addiction right so I wasn't a liar, even lied all the time to cover my addiction and to continue my substance use and. I wasn't as horrible person I. was you know a person with addiction? Who is expressing the typical symptoms of it right? It's it's actually like a addiction is a is a is a disease. It's not this moral issue at all this right. Yeah, so you know. If asked for the overall message, I would give to anybody who struggling with addiction. I would say that you know. The first thing is to understand. Addiction is a matter of biology. It is not a matter of morality or choice random. Nobody wakes up one day and. I'm going to become an attic today. You know that's my goal today. Right I mean if you work in addiction in the or you. Addiction I mean it's just so obvious. I think it's hard for people who don't struggle with addiction or don't have don't know it in some kind of personal level to understand to understand it. Sometimes, it can be hard to get feel like a moral issue like we'll just don't do it to stop, but. Like no, you're not going to. I'm GONNA find a way for you to to continue this. Yeah, I mean I went to medical school in the nineties, but and it's not a whole lot different now practice medicine knows L. years, and I honestly believed that people with addictions were bad. People woke up every morning and bad decisions. And when I used to work in the emergency room, and we used to get people that came in all the time, just creating these weird and wonderful ways to get prescriptions for narcotics and annoy us. You know I mean doctors nurses. We were really annoyed. Right and we just you know, and my medical training in my experience was either just bad evil. Wake up every day and make bad decisions and you know when when you're an addiction yourself. You apply that stigma to yourself. It's not a pleasant thing you see yourself doing that. Yeah, definitely, so it's very very helpful. Self forgiveness, and and you know to. To find a recovery. You know a self. Forgiveness is important part of the process, and that's part of it is understanding that you're not a bad person. You're not a liar you're you're person who was addicted and was expressing the typical symptoms of addiction. Right and this gets you into some of your research that you had sent me about cognitive bias, and so I'm really interested in hearing about that as well. Yeah, yeah, that's. I? used. When I was doing my interviews with these people with addiction match well with my own experience I found that people with addiction can rationalize anything. You know they they can come up with reasons to support. Decisions that are destroying their lives and I was already familiar with the concept of cotton bias I, thought gators, either some serious gotten through Biasi. So you know I kind of started documenting the various biased I observed in getting into the research literature and you can you before you start? Can you define cognitive bias for people might not know what that term means. Can you define it and how you're looking at it in this research? Yeah, sure so Tobias. It's. It's not just something that happens. If people with addiction something that happens to everybody, it's our natural inclination to make information match what we want to believe or what we already believe. For example, humans have fundamental need to think that they're awesome, right? Everyone wants to thank your good productive in their effective people, so we tend to be biased where we pay more attention information that shows how awesome we are. We tend to pay less attention to information at shows that. Maybe, we're not as good as we think we are. So that's an example of a cognitive bias at that. Everybody does right and I I would imagine we could flip that to like. If, you're in the active addiction. You can't see any of the good things you're doing. You only look at all the bad stuff. Yeah, so you know have been identified one hundred eighty eight different cognitive biases that we that humans use to support their ideas and beliefs and values and basically where we twist information to suit our beliefs, because it's easier for us to to adjust information into distorted information, it is to change our beliefs, but. I found that people with addiction they. Distorted information. is pushed to extremes that they're able to substantiate their substance. Use winners when it's something that can't be substantiated by how how can you substantiate continued substance use when you're spending all your money. You're losing your job losing your family. You're losing your health and your miserable, so it's one thing for someone to distort information a little bit to support their their need to to know that they're really good person and all that, but it's another thing to distort information to support continuing using drugs or alcohol, so one of the characteristics of Addiction is that it takes all the flaws and weaknesses in human psychology away. Our brain works, and it pushes them to extremes and this. This is one way that I found that our psychology was pushed through extreme by addiction. Propagate.

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interview With Andrew Proulx

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:31 min | 2 months ago

interview With Andrew Proulx

"Everybody welcome to the addicted mind podcast. I have a wonderful guest today. That I've really been looking forward to talking with is name is Andrew Prue and he is going to talk about cognitive. And Addiction so Andrew Introduce Yourself. Yeah, hi, I'm a medical doctor and been through addiction myself so I now work exclusively addictions, and because it's become meaningful for me. And I'm involved in research and writing on the subject awesome, so tell us a little bit about your journey. If you're okay with that, sharing a little bit about your addiction journey, yes, sure I went through addiction myself. I was addicted to alcohol and opioids and. I've been practicing medicine for about fifteen years. When I developed addiction and I also practice psychotherapy psychotherapy practice alongside medical practice into when I kind of fell into addiction in all, I thought I had a pretty good handle on human mind. You know in the human body and all that yet. Things were happening to me that I just couldn't figure out right and I couldn't understand why I just couldn't stop and. I had a pretty low bottom and I ended up. I nearly died I ended up in Detox Center and I got there I was very interested in knowing what would happen to me. Because I I didn't understand. My behavior didn't understand my thought processes and all that I mean I I'd seen addictions clinically, but until you limit yourself. You don't really understand how these people live in how they think and it's. I couldn't explain what had happened to me so just from my own edification. Decided to start to researching addiction in the addicted mind, N., Y, Y, what happened to me happened in. Why couldn't stop it and the became a very fulfilling pursuit. I mean I learned about myself. And I shared that I wrote a book about the subject to explain in a what happens to the mind and we're out. Genetics fit in What happens to the brain? Physically I ended up starting a a research project that involved interviewing over four hundred people in various states of addiction either active addicts in Detox Center or people that have been sober for years and. I've. Married the data that collected with. With. Research literature how your story is so familiar to so many people who get into the field of either helping people with addiction or researching addiction most of the time it's because they've been through themselves, and it's so overwhelming and confusing to understand. How can I do this it so against my values I'm destroying my life yet. I'm still doing it, so it's great that you were able to take that and put that into into your research in what you're doing. It's very. It's very interesting. You know for anyone interested in the human mind or behavior. It's a fascinating study because it makes no sense whatsoever yet. There is an explanation for everything that happens you know and my mother. When I was inactive addiction and really going downhill, she used to say to me. Why can't you just? Say I don't know I don't know. But when I when I did I needed to know why right right to really understand like To, but then also like how can I keep doing it? Even though one side of me insane, stop what you're doing. Yeah, and your your behavior just keeps going down and down and down and. Fade Yourself. Why can't I just stop? I'm miserable. I'm not enjoying this anymore. It's certainly not fun. So why do I keep doing it and fascinating fascinating thing right so then. You started to do this research and started to. Forward with that. What's Nice about it? Is that I find in my research in my interaction with people especially in detox they they want to know. They WanNa know what happened. They feel the same way I did. What happened to my brain. Why was paving the way it was and You know because it doesn't make any sense a time right and for an academic person. It's a fascinating study because. You know there's so many different brain processes in you know. The psychology involved is really really interesting for anybody, academic or otherwise right? Yeah I would imagine so you started to go onto this quest of figuring in a way figuring yourself out. Yeah, exactly so tell me a little bit about that. So how did that start? You got sober if you WANNA talk a little bit about that, you can kind of how that worked for you and then how you got into this research. Yeah, well I was. I was at a point where I thought I'd tried. Everything went to the doctor and. I saw a psychiatrist and you know I oughta done. Everything I tried over again to stop the drug. Use the drinking and I basically come to the conclusion. There was nothing I could do to get out of it. I was so miserable. I couldn't keep living that way, so I thought I can't live with the drugs and I can't live with them so I was I was actually planning suicide and. I thought that was the only way out and. So some friends came in Bicknell. Above the floor, one day literally took me to the local detox center, and they had these the guys from twelve step program that were coming in putting on meetings and I saw. Wow, these guys were all like me. You know right and look at them all. They're all living life again and happy and I thought. Maybe there is a way out. And they gave me their great they they call it the big buck. The alcoholics anonymous spoken I got reading that in. More than anything. I saw that I wasn't completely crazy that. Might behavior was just like millions of other people who came before me and millions of other people came before me got healthy again in got well, and a little late went onto my brain August and I had hope again will. There is a way out of this there is you know. I went from being basically someone who had accepted his own death to someone who had hoped and that's that's quite an experience. Wow, that is profound. Yeah, and I ended up not going to any treatment centre those There's quite a waiting list in Canada and I got heavily involved in twelve step program in and for me. That did wow and I've found. My recovery and setting.

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Andrew Proulx

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:30 min | 2 months ago

Andrew Proulx

"Everybody welcome to the addicted mind podcast. I have a wonderful guest today. That I've really been looking forward to talking with is name is Andrew Prue and he is going to talk about cognitive. And Addiction so Andrew Introduce Yourself. Yeah, hi, I'm a medical doctor and been through addiction myself so I now work exclusively addictions, and because it's become meaningful for me. And I'm involved in research and writing on the subject awesome, so tell us a little bit about your journey. If you're okay with that, sharing a little bit about your addiction journey, yes, sure I went through addiction myself. I was addicted to alcohol and opioids and. I've been practicing medicine for about fifteen years. When I developed addiction and I also practice psychotherapy psychotherapy practice alongside medical practice into when I kind of fell into addiction in all, I thought I had a pretty good handle on human mind. You know in the human body and all that yet. Things were happening to me that I just couldn't figure out right and I couldn't understand why I just couldn't stop and. I had a pretty low bottom and I ended up. I nearly died I ended up in Detox Center and I got there I was very interested in knowing what would happen to me. Because I I didn't understand. My behavior didn't understand my thought processes and all that I mean I I'd seen addictions clinically, but until you limit yourself. You don't really understand how these people live in how they think and it's. I couldn't explain what had happened to me so just from my own edification. Decided to start to researching addiction in the addicted mind, N., Y, Y, what happened to me happened in. Why couldn't stop it and the became a very fulfilling pursuit. I mean I learned about myself. And I shared that I wrote a book about the subject to explain in a what happens to the mind and we're out. Genetics fit in What happens to the brain? Physically I ended up starting a a research project that involved interviewing over four hundred people in various states of addiction either active addicts in Detox Center or people that have been sober for years and. I've. Married the data that collected with. With. Research literature how your story is so familiar to so many people who get into the field of either helping people with addiction or researching addiction most of the time it's because they've been through themselves, and it's so overwhelming and confusing to understand. How can I do this it so against my values I'm destroying my life yet. I'm still doing it, so it's great that you were able to take that and put that into into your research in what you're doing. It's very. It's very interesting. You know for anyone interested in the human mind or behavior. It's a fascinating study because it makes no sense whatsoever yet. There is an explanation for everything that happens you know and my mother. When I was inactive addiction and really going downhill, she used to say to me. Why can't you just? Say I don't know I don't know. But when I when I did I needed to know why right right to really understand like To, but then also like how can I keep doing it? Even though one side of me insane, stop what you're doing. Yeah, and your your behavior just keeps going down and down and down and. Fade Yourself. Why can't I just stop? I'm miserable. I'm not enjoying this anymore. It's certainly not fun. So why do I keep doing it and fascinating fascinating thing right so then. You started to do this research and started to. Forward with that. What's Nice about it? Is that I find in my research in my interaction with people especially in detox they they want to know. They WanNa know what happened. They feel the same way I did. What happened to my brain. Why was paving the way it was and You know because it doesn't make any sense a time right and for an academic person. It's a fascinating study because. You know there's so many different brain processes in you know. The psychology involved is really really interesting for anybody, academic or otherwise right? Yeah I would imagine so you started to go onto this quest of figuring in a way figuring yourself out. Yeah, exactly so tell me a little bit about that. So how did that start? You got sober if you WANNA talk a little bit about that, you can kind of how that worked for you and then how you got into this research. Yeah, well I was. I was at a point where I thought I'd tried. Everything went to the doctor and. I saw a psychiatrist and you know I oughta done. Everything I tried over again to stop the drug. Use the drinking and I basically come to the conclusion. There was nothing I could do to get out of it. I was so miserable. I couldn't keep living that way, so I thought I can't live with the drugs and I can't live with them so I was I was actually planning suicide and. I thought that was the only way out and. So some friends came in Bicknell. Above the floor, one day literally took me to the local detox center, and they had these the guys from twelve step program that were coming in putting on meetings and I saw. Wow, these guys were all like me. You know right and look at them all. They're all living life again and happy and I thought. Maybe there is a way out. And they gave me their great they they call it the big buck. The alcoholics anonymous spoken I got reading that in. More than anything. I saw that I wasn't completely crazy that. Might behavior was just like millions of other people who came before me and millions of other people came before me got healthy again in got well, and a little late went onto my brain August and I had hope again will. There is a way out of this there is you know. I went from being basically someone who had accepted his own death to someone who had hoped and that's that's quite an experience. Wow, that is profound. Yeah, and I ended up not going to any treatment centre those There's quite a waiting list in Canada and I got heavily involved in twelve step program in and for me. That did wow and I've found. My recovery and setting.

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"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:56 min | 2 months ago

"tam" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Name's Dwayne Ostlund I'm your host and our guest? Today is Andrew. Crew is going to talk about his research. Around cognitive bias I was really happy that Andrew was able to reach out to me and asked to come onto the podcast. Because I love this kind of research, I love looking at the brain operates in the addictive process, and how we can do something about that one of the things on his topic here, which is cognitive bias and understanding Hong Biases that we all have some con. Con Bias, but when we get into the addictive process that cognitive bias is amplified, which enables us to sometimes really make some bad decisions when we're in the midst of addiction, which causes more unmanaged in our life and more problems, so Andrew addresses that and talks about that talks about his own journey with addiction, which motivated him to do some of this research to understand. Hey, how could I make those decisions I did in the midst of addiction because I look back now and I'm like that wasn't really aren't really great decisions right, so it was great to have him on. Coming on the PODCAST, so that's awesome. All right everybody. If you are enjoying the addicted mind podcast, please rate and review us in itunes. I really appreciate that and I read them. And I do see them m I do take feedback from them to to try and improve the podcast. So that is really helpful to you. Listeners out there and that you get A. A lot out of it, and so please keep writing reviews helps get the podcast found and helps get this information out to people that May need it and can get some help, and if you'd like join our facebook group has got to facebook and type in the victim mind podcast like join and continue the conversation online. They're already ready. Let's start this episode. Everybody welcome to the addicted mind podcast. I have a wonderful guest today. That I've really been looking forward to talking with is name is Andrew Prue and he is going to talk about cognitive. And Addiction so Andrew Introduce Yourself. Yeah, hi, I'm a medical doctor and been through addiction myself so I now work exclusively addictions, and because it's become meaningful for me. And I'm involved in research and writing on the subject awesome, so tell us a little bit about your journey. If you're okay with that, sharing a little bit about your addiction journey, yes, sure I went through addiction myself. I was addicted to alcohol and opioids and. I've been practicing medicine for about fifteen years. When I developed addiction and I also practice psychotherapy psychotherapy practice alongside medical practice into when I kind of fell into addiction in all, I thought I had a pretty good handle on human mind. You know in the human body and all that yet. Things were happening to me that I just couldn't figure out right and I couldn't understand why I just couldn't stop and. I had a pretty low bottom and I ended up. I nearly died I ended up in Detox Center and I got there I was very interested in knowing what would happen to me. Because I I didn't understand. My behavior didn't understand my thought processes and all that I mean I I'd seen addictions clinically, but until you limit yourself. You don't really understand how these people live in how they think and it's. I couldn't explain what had happened to me so just from my own edification. Decided to start to researching addiction in the addicted mind, N., Y, Y, what happened to me happened in. Why couldn't stop it and the became a very fulfilling pursuit. I mean I learned about myself. And I shared that I wrote a book about the subject to explain in a what happens to the mind and we're out. Genetics fit in What happens to the brain? Physically I ended up starting a a research project that involved interviewing over four hundred people in various states of addiction either active addicts in Detox Center or people that have been sober for years and. I've. Married the data that collected with. With. Research literature how your story is so familiar to so many people who get into the field of either helping people with addiction or researching addiction most of the time it's because they've been through themselves, and it's so overwhelming and confusing to understand. How can I do this it so against my values I'm destroying my life yet. I'm still doing it, so it's great that you were able to take that and put that into into your research in what you're doing. It's very. It's very interesting. You know for anyone interested in the human mind or behavior. It's a fascinating study because it makes no sense whatsoever yet. There is an explanation for everything that happens you know and my mother. When I was inactive addiction and really going downhill, she used to say to me. Why can't you just? Say I don't know I don't know. But when I when I did I needed to know why right right to really understand like To, but then also like how can I keep doing it? Even though one side of me insane, stop what you're doing. Yeah, and your your behavior just keeps going down and down and down and. Fade Yourself. Why can't I just stop? I'm miserable. I'm not enjoying this anymore. It's certainly not fun. So why do I keep doing it and fascinating fascinating thing right so then. You started to do this research and started to. Forward with that. What's Nice about it? Is that I find in my research in my interaction with people especially in detox they they want to know. They WanNa know what happened. They feel the same way I did. What happened to my brain. Why was paving the way it was and You know because it doesn't make any sense a time right and for an academic person. It's a fascinating study because. You know there's so many different brain processes in you know. The psychology involved is really really interesting for anybody, academic or otherwise right? Yeah I would imagine so you started to go onto this quest of figuring in a way figuring yourself out. Yeah, exactly so tell me a little bit about that. So how did that start? You got sober if you WANNA talk a little bit about that, you can kind of how that worked for you and then how you got into this research. Yeah, well I was. I was at a point where I thought I'd tried. Everything went to the doctor and. I saw a psychiatrist and you know I.

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UNLV removes Confederate-themed 'rebel' statue in wake of protests

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

UNLV removes Confederate-themed 'rebel' statue in wake of protests

"Change. Come in for UNLV beat. UNLV officials removed the Hey. Ribs statue from campus on Tuesday night, school president indicated that changes could becoming to the universities mascot in the wake of social justice protests around the country. The Hey Rep statue stood in front of the Tam Alumni Center in a letter posted on social media Tuesday you UNLV officials were returning the statue to its donor. That's what they've. Let everybody know at this point. At this point. The rebel mascot dates the origin in the mid nineteen fifty s when it wasn't extension of the campus of University of Nevada, but at this point, the confederate theme Mascot will no longer stand is a statute, and it looks like we'll no longer be affiliated with the school. We don't know what that means for what their next nickname will

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"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Within accessibility in within what our regions are what? Geographic ranges. You also have to think about you know who's using this. At what price point out what socioeconomic status levels you're looking at some of the more specifically, you can define it the better. And then to get those figures, you want to consult outside sources, so make sure that you're double checking and don't just take. You know. Populations within Metro regions with incomes above acts don't just find it from one source and take. That got checked out across as many sources as you can find in so. Once you have that total addressable market as a whole, what you want to think about is a reasonable estimate to how much of the market using one company can grab so. One hundred percent is almost assuredly impossible. I can't think of a company that has one hundred percent of market. Economics don't support that rate is is market is really big. Really profitable other people are GonNA flood the market so. Don't ever assume one hundred percent, but the amount that you assume can vary by industry so what you're looking at a fragmentation within the market, so you WanNa look at the largest incumbent players to see how fragmented that isn't so. One nine off the top of my head. Apparel is a highly fragmented market. Surprised to know on our largest, apparel. Retailer in the US is Walmart and they have about seven percent market. Share so anytime. You're looking at the apparel market within the US. Don't ever assume that someone's going to get more than seven percents because Walmart is so large, geographically their footprint so vague there so amount etc, etc, so scale appropriately to that so once you figure out how big the market is in what percentage you want them to capture. Your third step is to estimate how quickly you believe the company Congrat- that level. Again you're not ever going to be right. You just want to be reasonable and defensible so. Again I mentioned. It's more of an art than a science, but that is really the process and how I think. The only two things I'll add..

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"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"You'RE GONNA. Wipe it down or we're going to have a staff member. Wipe it down before and after. and. There's not as much sharing it's they're not as dependent on now. This is spin cycle class, and we need to fill it with as many bikes as possible like. They're going to be spin glasses. There are just going to be a lot fewer people in them. Right I think that is a good point. Right and I think also you know they? They have rolled out an APP. They do have. Virtual workouts for their members, they're they're doing everything right I just think. The future outlook of fitness. Is certainly questionable ending, you mentioned the That's what I do actually I go to something called at forty five rotate through these stations and my job is still closed. They are making a bunch of adjustments when we reopened in. One of the things is in a class at has thirty people there Tan? And we're no longer rotating through. You just use your way your equipment in your spot for the entire session. But I have to think that pressures margins right in a class where you normally have thirty people, you can only ten. That's challenging right especially in high traffic areas like DC where everyone is trying to get in their workout at six am so and those classes fill up within maybe two hours of being mustered up mine so. I don't know how you serve the same amount of people when you need exponentially more space. While and that's the thing that from a customer standpoint. If, you're still able to get in a class, ideally you wanted at the time you want, but if you're able to get in a class. You, make the adjustment and there're fewer people in there, so it's it's if it works out timing wise. It's better for the customer as you say far worse from a business standpoint for the Jim. Hey. Our email address is market foolery at fool, DOT, com question a from Luke Frangieh up in Minnesota Luke writes I'm a longtime fool, readers, subscriber and podcast fan. My question is. Is there a metric which incorporates? Total, addressable market to provide some sense in how far a stock slash company could run. This would be especially useful for smaller companies to get a better feel for risk reward and the potential long-term upside if there isn't. Do you have an equation that would provide some of the same insights. Thanks for all that you do, and he signs it. A packers fan in Minnesota. Boy that's. That's that's like being a Yankee Fan in the middle of Boston, but Great question and Abby..

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"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"We're starting to see a little bit of economic recovery. It might be early might not last, but it is encouraging data. Let's move onto the business of exercise twenty four hour. Fitness is one of the largest chain of fitness centers in the US. They got more than four hundred locations across America, and that is about to change in a big way because twenty four hour fitness is closing one hundred thirty locations and filing for bankruptcy. This is a privately owned company Abbey, but when I saw this story I immediately saw planet fitness. and. I was surprised. To see that shares a planet fitness are only down five percent year to date. That seems like a massive wet. How how is that? As we've seen the rise of Peleton both as a business and as stock. Are You surprised that planet fitness is only down five percent year to date. It's a fair question. I mean in that filing for twenty four hour fitness. They did right. If not for covid nineteen in the devastating effects, the company would not have had to file so certainly this is. A result of this pandemic of these gyms being shut down and I think I think it is a valid question. Pin Planet fitness right so Certainly as things are opening up again, we talked about it. It's it's positive, but I don't think..

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"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"tam" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"It's Tuesday June sixteenth, welcome to market foolery. I'm Chris Hill with me today. The tabby! Mallon good to see you. Thanks for having me. We're GONNA talk about the business of exercise. We're going to dip into the full mailbox, but we're going to start with retail. Because retail sales for the month of May came in nearly eighteen percent higher than the previous months. That is a record, even if you back out auto sales, that's also a record. Although every once in a while, we talk about businesses that maybe like a struggling retailer, and they had a good quarter, and we talk about their same store sales growth, and we say yeah, it was off a low base. This is great to see, but this is in comparison to the retail sales. We saw April, which were quite low. Right Right I. DO think we should make that caveat rate, so it is still below Kovin or precourt levels, so spend about four, hundred, eighty, six, billion in May, and spend in February of pre cova pre shutdown. The spenders about five, hundred, twenty, seven billion, so we are low on a historical looking back perspective, but it is marginally better. Marginally better although you know there, there are a couple of categories that even if you go back pre pandemic, you compare them to. What we saw in January and February, they're up solidly and not surprisingly. List but not surprising. The ECOMMERCE just continues to be incredibly strong, even again, not just compared to April, but even compared to pre pandemic months. That is true. Online sales were up almost seventy eight percent in May. According to Adobe analytics I think you know that number makes sense and I think it's something that we're GonNa. Continue to see even as A. Stores open up and retail footprints reopen. I think we're going to continue to see a fair amount of online sales. We've talked about this before. With the major retailers like target and Walmart but I'm curious if you think. Both of those businesses have done such a great job with. Pick Up. With basically just enabling sort of sinking what they're doing with online with the physical stores. I have to say. I've been impressed particularly with target just as As a customer what I've seen with their ability to you know there have been times over the past couple of months where I've gone online. I'm looking for something and they're like well. It's not at the location closest to you, but it's a little bit for you know. They've really done a great job. I'm curious if you think we're going to be seeing that across the. Now table stakes for all retailers like. You have to ECOMMERCE. You have to have it sinked with your physical stores so that you can enable pick up. Right I mean I. Think you're getting to even a bigger problem here which is really our customer service management, and so traditionally with brick and mortar stores..

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Trump Says He’ll Pursue Police Use-of-Force Standard During Dallas Visit

Morning Edition

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Trump Says He’ll Pursue Police Use-of-Force Standard During Dallas Visit

"And president trump has been under pressure to say and do something but an event in Dallas yesterday he said it's only a few police officers causing problems the proposed not defunding departments but investing more working to finalize an executive order that will encourage police departments nationwide to me the most current professional standards of force and that means for spot force with compassion but if you're going to have to really do a job if somebody's really bad you're going to have to do it with a real strength real power so what does that mean in terms of actual policy we've got White House correspondent Tamera Keith with us good morning tam good morning tell us more about what the president has proposed yeah there's not a lot of detail there's mostly broad brush goals here like reducing racial disparities in health care and offering school choice on policing Republicans in Congress are working on a plan a policy response to the legislation that house democratic leaders have put forward I'm and it's not clear whether president trump will endorse what the Republicans come up with he talked about this executive order but will probably need to see it to understand what he means by encouraging professional standards or supporting pilot programs for social workers at to go out with police but he did make it clear that he does not think there's a problem with systemic racism in police departments he described it as a few bad apples and more broadly on matters of race trump said that you can't heal the country by labeling millions of people racist and he also then said that solving these problems would go quickly quickly and

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LATAM was profitable before pandemic, now facing a “collapse in global demand”: CEO

WBBM Late Morning News

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

LATAM was profitable before pandemic, now facing a “collapse in global demand”: CEO

"America's America's biggest biggest airline airline lan lan tam tam is is filing filing for for chapter chapter eleven eleven bankruptcy bankruptcy here here in in the the US US passenger passenger and and cargo cargo flights flights will will continue continue to to operate operate tickets tickets are are still still good good employees employees will will still still get get paid paid during during the the process process the the CEO CEO says says the the airline airline was was profitable profitable for for the the pandemic pandemic now now needs needs to to shed shed some some of of its its mounting mounting deaths deaths

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LATAM was profitable before pandemic, now facing a “collapse in global demand”: CEO

WBBM Late Morning News

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

LATAM was profitable before pandemic, now facing a “collapse in global demand”: CEO

"South America's biggest airline lan tam is filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy here in the US passenger and cargo flights will continue to operate tickets are still good employees will still get paid during the process the CEO says the airline was profitable for the pandemic now needs to shed some of its mounting deaths

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South American carrier Latam Airlines seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid travel downturn sparked by pandemic

The KDKA Radio Morning News

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

South American carrier Latam Airlines seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid travel downturn sparked by pandemic

"South American carrier let tam Erler or late tam airlines is seeking chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the result of a sharp downturn in air travel sparked by the viral outbreak the Santiago Chile based airlines's passenger and cargo flights will continue to

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Marc Jacobs: I Still Have Stories to Tell

The Business of Fashion Podcast

10:11 min | 4 months ago

Marc Jacobs: I Still Have Stories to Tell

"Mental Health Awareness Week and last week on Bureau F. Live our editor at large Tim. Blanks spoke to the celebrated American designer. Marc Jacobs who touched on a variety of topics from working through the krona virus crisis and maintaining his creativity but also on how the crisis is impacting his own mental health at this time of anxiety and stress for people around the world. Here's Mark Jacobs inside fashion. Hi Tam I'm such a pleasure to see it today. It's always a pleasure to see you. Tim and this will be out conversation for the next few seasons. I guess because we want you seeing each other in well who knows who knows where I am. I am in New York City in my hotel room in Soho Talking to you you've seen in a hotel rooms for the whole luck. Yes yes yes has that been. It's been let's let's put it this way. I'm grateful to be in a place where I'm comfortable. I'm going to start under the start on the. I'm going to start this chat on a positive note. So what have to keep going back to my mind is that I am grateful. I have my two dogs with me. I have clean made bed that I made this morning. I have what I need. I've got a closet full of clothes that I can play with. Have got a couple of makeup bags that I can play with. I have my iphone and my ipad which connect to other people with and I have the where I can sit outside and get some air so I am very grateful that I'm comfortable today and I feel like I'm taking care of and obviously you confidently connect with people. I'm finding. I'm actually connecting with people more than I usually do because quoting about connecting with now. But I have well. It's a strange thing. Isn't it connection? Because I never really I think of this as a type of connection and I we can use these devices of hours to connect with people in some superficial way or in some way that's different but I'm a luddite and I believe in live contact. I believe in note writing letter writing. I believe in seeing people across the dinner table or having a coffee with them I see. I don't see I didn't grow up with life on the screen and I didn't grow up with cell phone in my hand at or or night at or nih-funded whatever and I like live performance in live theater and I liked. I like going into shops. I like seeing people on streets so while this is some form of connection. It certainly. I don't have any kind of real connection to this form of connection. So but how how? How does this thing for you then? Well it's a kind of a kind of goes in waves and spurts. I mean they're I'm very sort of manic depressive. In a way I mean I am you know. My mental health goes from mania to depression. So there are days where I just feel extremely depressed and feel like it's the end of the world. And then your days were mannequin. I just think what a great opportunity for us all to learn collectively from this and move forward and then there's all the grays in between but I mean I tend to go from the basement to attic in five seconds. You know like In terms of emotions and so it's been very hard because I also not really in control of how you feel. You know the ceilings common. It's just a question of how I kind of accept them and and sort of you know honor them etc. So so I've had moments of feeling very productive and creative and moments feeling just like what's it all sore or is that all there is as I keep saying the south. You Camilla Louder. You have exactly. Isn't it funny? How life comes along to trip up those kind of those little notions and give them a sort of real time white. Will you see it's this? It's this computer right here. That fascinates me the most. And that's what I think is always this kind of amazing thing. I have this kind of faulty computer. Which is my brain and it's not faulty in the sense that it doesn't work but it just kind of works as it does right and so. I mean for absolutely no apparent reason. I could do everything I did yesterday. And Go to sleep on time and wake up on time and have my vitamins draped might juices for some reason the Sun could be shining and I can have the most miserable attitude about life and see things through the darkest leads and then I could stay up all night and and and not drink juices not my vitamins and like the sun isn't shining and I'm just like full of hope and you know like so who knows and then yes they're like these songs that comes my head in these things. I've seen in these performances. I know I don't know like books I've read and you know I don't. I'm not in charge of where the where where my brain sort of fires on a particular day but like it just doesn't it and it's like kind of fascinating as kind of goes through all of its little find sub dreaming a lot more. I have some very weird dreams but I've always had weird dreams that I've always been a bit of an insomniac because apparently that's a that's a huge side effect of this pandemic. Is People a happen. Incredible Dreaming Nkala at a lot about real people like either family members will celebrities or whatever but that they remember the dreams full of almost movie. And that's by to pick this. That people can depend up in the daytime and then the minds slowed us. I don't think that I'm dreaming more than I was before. And I think my dreams are kind of still of the crazy surreal content that they always work which combines a little bit of like the tape recorder you know things I've just recently heard but then then concocted into something that might have some other greater meaning but No I find my dreaming kind of the same. I guess you're making a movie while you yeah so via via recommended. I mean she. She had this idea. Unfortunately it was like four weeks in she was like. Oh you should have taped yourself every day. Like just videotaped yourself every day like you had this like you know daily journal like on tape like everything you did just like this endless documentary journal and I was like well if I had started it for weeks ago. It would have been great because we're already for weeks in if feels that will have to do something else. So so nick My friend my best friend and and someone I work with very closely you know at. Marc Jacobs He he and I came up. And we decided we'd do more of a fairy tale like this this kind of life in quarantine more of an louise or a you know like or a home alone or something like that right played all the characters who would normally be here at the hotel but or not like what kind of well everything from the porter to the manager to the chef in the restaurant to the housekeeping to the engineer to the different people who are residing in the hotel to the different things. I do in my room on different occasion to me documenting my set like just just just like I never any element of the other look creeping in. No just just just anything. I can do within the confines of this hotel. Your instagram is being incredibly vivid. The whole time that you've seen in Lucca. It seals almost like you are testing out characters in well. I'm not really I'm I'm kind of just you know I've always been this way. This is like this is nine year old mark who you always was in his bedroom. Escaping chaos of what life looked like you know like a very disturbed and dysfunctional childhood. And I went to my room and I sat with my clothes and I painted my jeans or embroidered. Jean Jacket and I put on my outfits. I comb my hair one way or the other and you know maybe I found a curler for my mother curled by whatever it was but that nine year old kid that me was like a in his own world in his bedroom and had to use his imagination to create a world. That was a happier place. And that's kind of what I'm doing I mean. I have two months worth of clothes that I packed to move in here. I'm I have a couple of bags of of makeup. That randomly for some reason felt were important to take with me and And then you know just and the dogs and Some hairclips jewelry and I'm just playing around and and keeping myself entertained and and doing what I do which I think is taking care of my mental health. I mean I have to get up everyday and shower and I have to Rome and I have to get dressed and I I just feel like not only do I have to do it for my sanity but like I enjoy doing it. So it gives me pleasure and it allows me to kind of be of service in some way. Because if I'm not well. In taking care of myself creatively and in every other way then. I'm of no use to anybody else. I mean I just can't lie an unmade bed all day long. It's the most pressing thing I've I mean. I used to see my mother who suffered from manic depression. She wouldn't get out of her bed sometimes for weeks and her bed was never made and the site of an unmade bed to be as just about the most horrifying thing. I can remember.

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Bronzers and Journals

Forever35

09:31 min | 4 months ago

Bronzers and Journals

"Moving on to a different topic that but one we have not discussed. I don't think no over on for over thirty five sunless tanner cousin. That was the tide. The subject of the email. This listener writes to us. I just came to the starting realization that there is a crucial part of skin care. We have not dove into yet. Sunless tanners exclamation point times three. I have more time than usual during the self isolation and since I won't be visiting a beach anytime soon. I'm wiping out the self tanners. For a little pep. I would love to hear some wrecks of easy to use an effective self tanners or an inhouse comparison tests. I've had good luck with tart tanner's but I am trying out I'll of paradise and will report back curious to hear what others are using out there. I'm curious to. I'm curious to because I don't use anything like this I don't either and actually I'm incorrect. I believe the title of this email. Referenced Bronze Irs and so it made me think about like what we may be putting on our sheikhs but that in our face but then I believe they're also talking about like all over Sunless Tanning. Yeah. I think they are now. Has Tanning ever been a thing for you later? Channing have you ever like bought the Juergens on okay back in the day. I mean. We're probably talking like DOTS. I feel like everyone was using that. Jergens sunless tanner. I would use it. I felt like it always looks sort of streaky on me So I I was never a huge sunless. Tanner person how about you. I also went through a phase of putting that jerk stuff all over my body but I have never gotten a spray Tan. I've always wanted to but I just have never gotten around to it. I don't even know where to begin to spray tans in my life one I got in the early to mid odds before a friend and I were going on a trip to Atlantic City when I lived in Philadelphia and I loved the Spray Tan like. I thought it was amazing and I was also like Oh. This is what it would be like to be. Tam like this. This is fun. Didn't get another one for probably ten years or so. And then when I was at buzzfeed someone else was doing in article about spray tans and they got like a spray tanner to the stars to come in and they asked if anyone wanted to get a spray tan and I volunteered and it looked so bad. It looks horrendous. Oh my it was way too dark. Okay I looked. I didn't look like myself like I felt like maybe over the years. I have now romanticize this original spray Tan but I felt like what was great about my original Spray Tan. Back in two thousand and four. Was that it. I still like looked like myself and this was just like what has happened. Look Tan mom remember Tan mom. Oh remember Tan mom. I'm like fully up on Tan. Mom what she doing now. I mean she's like releasing songs and occasionally appearing on the Howard Stern show it good for her? She's still so Tan. I believe she is. Okay but yes. I do remember Tan mom yet so that was my last experience and I was just like what no so. We didn't get a spray Tan. Like for your wedding. No I didn't okay. Okay I mean. I know a lot of people do that but I was just like nervous that it wasn't going to turn out well and then you're like stuck. This is my fear. This is why I have never done it and I. I also like for example. I used to wear the steel. Bronze are as like my blush. Even owned blush. That was just what I use it. I really liked it but now I get confused over the way. Bronze is USED TO CONTOUR Like I feel like I feel like the the way we use. Makeup is evolving. And I'm still in like two thousand and four and so I don't quite have a sense of what I would do with it. Like I did. Watch him Kardashians like basic makeup routine video and then I tried to emulate at home and it looked like I tried to make a three on my face with some bronze and looked very stupid. Like I don't St- I'm still not good at countering although maybe I should take Contra Zoom cloud. We didn't. We discussed that. We were going to learn how to contour during yes. I've watched this video and I was like this was like her own doing contour herself. So I thought I could at least figure it out as opposed to a makeup artist. I couldn't I had no idea what was happening. So there you go so anyway this is. This is a spot where we would love some listener feedback. Yeah we would love to tell us. What are you doing this? For Sunless Tanning are you doing? It is still a thing. What do you like? What don't you like tell us because I would. I am totally game to get a bunch of stuff and try it out for the sake of the pod I just. I'm not sure where to begin. So I'm ready okay. Great I'm ready to experiment okay. Story I think you've gotta read this this so I'm happy to I've been reflecting lately on the act of journaling and I think you two are the perfect people to reflect with me on this. When I was a child I used to try to keep a diary as documentation of my life growing up in the nineties with Nickelodeon. I was inspired by the movie. Harriet the spy and wanted to have the dedication that Michelle Trachtenberg character had with her writings however I was never very disciplined by. Diaries were sporadic. And I judge myself harshly for that in my mid twenties. I hit a rough patch in my life and my other wonderful sister. Hope Gifted me a journal to help me work through anxieties. Something clicked and I stopped writing for posterity or documentation. I started writing to get things out of my head. I stop worrying about continuity I would mention people places or events without preamble for my quote audience in fact I began my journals things that I would never even myself read again often because I assumed it would be too painful to revisit them. Journaling has been a great way for me to clear the junk out of my head now that we are in this unique time in history. And I'm expecting my first child that I should be. Writing for an audience has crept in again. I have the urge to think more of my writings as documentation that will be meaningful to someone else at some point. I'm definitely not a dance. Like no one is watching kind of person and this perspective is stifling. Dory I know you've been dabbling with generally more lately and since we're both writers. I'm so curious to hear what you think of on this question of audience for journaling. Do you write for no one like I prefer or for future you for your children or historians. I would love to hear from other listeners as well. Well well who do you? Who Do you write in your journal? Forgery? I think I write for future me I think I do too. I feel like writing for no one. I I kind of doing that. 'cause I'm not really thinking about the intended reader right but ultimately the intended reader is going to be future. Yeah hopeful and I say that as someone who still has kept journals pretty much through through college inconsistently but I have journals through college And I do enjoy a kate like not all the time but like occasionally I have gone back and looked through the journals and it like it is really wild to look through them and read them like re not just read about your your state of mind but like what you were doing and who you're hanging out with and I don't know I like I just find I find it really interesting but I also you know I like history and I like documents and so does obviously find interesting too. Yeah I you know when. My My parents gave me a journal the Christmas while I was living at home when my mom had pancreatic cancer and so I have a journal that kind of starts about three months before my mom died and it is really because that time in my life is so fraught and I don't remember anything from it. It is actually really moving to go back and read it and it's also very hard and miserable but it is really interesting to just see what my state of mind was during that time and I also have kept journals on and off my whole life. I mean I do think you do have to be prepared for if you are no longer around someone else reading it. You know like that is a reality that could happen.

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Across Europe, Reopening Borders in Time for Summer

Kentuckiana's Morning News

03:41 min | 4 months ago

Across Europe, Reopening Borders in Time for Summer

"CBS news Pamela Falk foreign affairs analyst joins us this morning for the latest what's going on in Europe this fall thanks for your time this morning absolutely well gradually as you know cases are still really high there's four point two over four million now confirmed cases and worldwide and those almost three hundred thousand death so that's where they're approaching in Russia is now getting a big wave of confirmed cases but in Europe is particularly complex now when you look at the map Spain is up there right after the U. S. and Russia in the highest number of cases the U. K. E. and as you know Boris Johnson the prime minister is one's home he's back at ten Downing Street but he's running the government but with a mask but he was out for a few weeks and U. K. is and up there and then Italy France now Germany is up there but they kept their businesses open if you if you want to look at the car the countries that have a great deal of success is Belgium Netherlands in Europe and of course New Zealand on the other side of the world but what you're seeing is a lot of the countries in Europe in particular are very complex because the passport free travel you know across borders and that Saddam allowed in twenty two of the European union's twenty seven countries for you we're talking to include you can't but of course you pay is now how because of brexit but all European countries impose some kind of border restrictions and most of their trap I mean terrorism is one of the European union's biggest industries ten percent of their gross national product twelve percent of their job so they want to put that back in and allows some travel so you've seen Austria Czech Republic Denmark Greece all idea of making some headway on terms of containing corona virus and allowing some travel by other countries like Italy and Germany even although they they they have been somewhat successful but brands are are saying the their their publics are not to plan travel to go outside that day you have very strict travel restrictions inside and they're basically a warning people that they are they believe there will be a second wave which is what we're hearing from the US and the U. N. by the way which is where I'm based just extended the remote work entitled July one so using a lot of people think this is at least here going through through the end of the summer hi tam before I let you go let let me ask you one question what about Sweden people are looking at this the herd mentality approach that they're taking I understand they're starting to see the virus they have over a thousand deaths which apparently is a high number for that country now is that correct for what we see yes yes we know has done very well are there very low on the list in terms of overall numbers and they have contained they they you know they're starting to good to come down now this is in a very strict travel restrictions and part of that is that they've been able to contain how people move in and out so yes they they are but they are they

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Aid programs, partisan politics and the path forward: A dispatch from Ottawa

The Big Story

07:06 min | 4 months ago

Aid programs, partisan politics and the path forward: A dispatch from Ottawa

"To Parliament Hill to get a sense of how the aid packages for Canadians have evolved. Since they were first announced. What's available now? What might or might not become available in the future and of course to see if our MP's have figured out the mute button yet. I though I will mute Claire so that she can give you everything. You need to be up to date today. Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr Teresa. Tam says the spread of Cova. Nineteen is slowing in Canada. But the number of deaths is on the rise and she says that's because of outbreaks at long term care homes more than three quarters of the deaths are linked to those facilities. She also talked about testing capacity two weeks ago. She said she believes the country could do sixty thousand tests a day but lately Canada's been averaging twenty eight thousand tests a day she says provinces can help by extending the criteria for who can get tested British Columbia's laid out some plans for easing restrictions around Kovic nineteen starting next weekend. The province is allowing group gatherings of more than six people as long as no one is showing any symptoms of the virus. Also this month. Some businesses in BC will be allowed to reopen including hair salons retail stores museums libraries and some restaurants Dr Bonnie Henry the Provinces Health Officer says BC has put the brakes on the outbreak. But they're not through it yet and Antero Premier Doug Ford says the provinces moving with cautious optimism in the reopening of garden centres nurseries and hardware stores. Ontario's still not technically in its first phase of restarting the economy which was outlined a few weeks ago and the emergency orders have been extended until may nineteenth as of Wednesday evening sixty three thousand four hundred and ninety six cases of Cova Nineteen in Canada with four thousand three hundred and fifty seven deaths and I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Cormac McSweeney is the Parliament Hill reporter for city news for Rogers Radio and every once in a while for us and he's working from home and so am I so Forgive the toddler noises. But how are YOU DOING CORMAC? I'm doing all right surviving like everyone else's in isolation well and we're not the only ones doing this now so my first question is just tell me how virtual parliament for the first time ever is going. Well it's been interesting. I mean as you know there have been some troubles some growing pains as MP's and the House of Commons tries to switch to this Basically a really large zoom meeting and they're actually using a version of the zoom platform to host all of this So there have been a lot of troubles as people. Try to figure it out. There were connectivity issues where people were losing their connection and that's unfortunately just a fact of life with a lot of Mp's living in rural areas of the country and not having the same Same sort of connection as you would have. Let's say in Toronto or Ottawa? A lot of 'em. Ps You know figuring out the mute button figuring out the translation button as well because every time somebody doesn't hit the right button it seems to have to pause proceedings to try and deal with it but overall. I think it's been working out all right Aside from the technical hiccups that they've had I it seems to be rolling along smoothly in terms of having MP's MP's question The Prime Minister and different cabinet ministers and I will note as well that this is not technically a sitting of the House of Commons. It's technically a sitting of this special Cova Nineteen Committee that involves every MP and the reason why point that out is because there's there's a difference of procedure so we don't have the normal question period where Thirty SECONDS OF FOUR QUESTION. Thirty seconds for an answer instead because it's a committee. Mp's get about five minutes to question. Whatever minister or the Prime Minister And they can ask as many questions within that time period and the rule of thumb. Is You answer? Just as long as the question has gone on for and so it really does allow for a lot more of a substantial debate and a substantial questioning of the cabinet. Because if you WANNA get a lot of information out of a cabinet minister keep your question short and just squeeze as as many as you can with a five minute period. So what is the tone of those questions and this sitting been lake because to an observer it does seem Less like the. We're all in this together tone That we had six weeks ago. You know when all the aid packages were coming together. Yeah you hit it right there You know at the start of all of this. It seemed like there was going to be no criticism for the Trudeau government right away because this was an unprecedented time and unprecedented measures had to be taken but slowly over the last number of weeks. We've seen The Conservative Party. Start this off where they started questioning the programs being put forward by the government and in a very public fashion. I would say that for the virtual sitting themselves. The tone is actually quite different than what we've seen from the news conference as being held by the individual parties the tone on these Virtual sittings in and these. Qna's that are happening is actually quite different. From the grandstanding and showmanship you normally expect out of question period. In fact everyone's a little bit more toned down and there's I it's much more substantial questioning There's a lot more information coming out. And I think that's a great thing It really shows that without the theatrics that we normally get in question period There can be a good conversation to be had between opposing sides in the House of Commons. But outside of the virtual sittings exactly as we were discussing You know there's been more criticism for the Trudeau. Government people are exposing the gaps in some of the programs that have been announced. And we're really seeing the ideological differences for how we should be dealing with this pandemic at this time and the Conservatives have started raising more and more of opposition to the conservatives add to the true liberals rather as every week has gone on. So it'll be interesting to see where we go from here because up until may twenty fifth were working on a system of Just having one weekly in person a in the House of Commons and then to virtual sittings But the Conservatives for awhile now have been pushing for as many as four in-person sittings each week And so as we approach may twenty fifth Towards the end of this month there'll be more conversations between the opposition parties and the government about how we proceed from here because there's still a lot to do and You know June is when normally parliament would break towards the end of June For the summer break but With this pandemic ongoing and with it being such a fluid situation. I imagine we might see some more unprecedented changes to the procedures of parliament as we move forward and continue to deal with with this pandemic.

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COVID-19 and domestic violence: A meeting of two pandemics

The Big Story

09:05 min | 5 months ago

COVID-19 and domestic violence: A meeting of two pandemics

"I think it's become pretty clear to everyone by now. Self-isolation in this pandemic means dramatically different things different people at one end of the spectrum. There are the clueless celebrities making videos. About how their mansions feel like jail at the other end obviously are people who don't have a home to. Hashtag stay home and I'm much closer to one end on the other. Have a house and it has everything I need. I'm fine but there are people who at a glance. Have the exact same thing. I do. A house yard a family enough groceries but who are in real danger right now for some people. The home is not a safe place even in the best of times of course a depressing proportion of women as well as men are at risk of abuse or worse from their partners. And that's at the best of times when it's a lot easier to leave a dangerous situation as you may be aware these are not the best of times and it's not easy to leave anyone or to go anywhere so what options to people who are living in abusive situations now have what's being done to help. How can we find ways to get them out of their homes when nobody is supposed to leave? There's our guest. Today has reported on this issue for a long time and she will help us explain the crisis that so many. Canadians find themselves caught in right now but first we have to give you a quick roundup of what you need to know about. Kovic in Canada today and clear. Brisard will do that now. The cove in nineteen death toll in Canada has now surpassed one thousand however. There is some cautious optimism from Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr Teresa Tam who says the spread does appear to be slowing down. She says in late. March cases were doubling every three days and now they're doubling every ten days or so but as we've heard from so many people Dr Teresa. Tam Says we cannot let go of our physical distancing measures just yet Justin Trudeau has announced that the government is expanding the list of people who are eligible to receive the emergency response benefit. If you earn a thousand dollars or less a month you'll now be able to apply for the C. E. R. B. If you were expecting a seasonal job that isn't coming because of covert nineteen you will now be able to apply. And if you've run out of e I since January first you can now apply for the C. E. R. B. as well although British Columbia has managed to flatten the curve. The province is extending its state of emergency for another two weeks. It will also be releasing more modeling of cases on Friday and premier. John Horgan has hinted that it'll show more progress for the province. Ontario is still seeing hundreds of new cases every day but the chief medical officer says it is possible that the province is passed the peak of the outbreak. There were four hundred ninety four new cases in Ontario on Wednesday and two hundred and twenty one of those have been linked to long-term care homes in the US President. Donald Trump says he is cutting US payments to the World Health Organization during the pandemic. He's accusing the organization of failing to do enough to stop the virus from spreading when it first surfaced in China Canada's International Development Minister says Canada is disappointed in this move as of Wednesday evening at twenty eight thousand three hundred and seventy nine cases of Cova nineteen in Canada with one thousand and seventy deaths Jordan Heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Sarah Boast Feld is a writer and a reporter a sometimes guest host of this. Podcast is Sarah. Hello Jordan. How are you is that a question? You're asking you know these guys. That's how we start. Now Yeah Yeah and I think like it used to be a very simple answer. It's complicated right. You know. Everyone's healthy in our home. Everyone's safe so we're that is something. I'm going to be really grateful for and trying to keep perspective every day. Yeah how about you how are you doing? I'm doing well I'm also safe and you know my home has everything I need. And like. I said in the INTRO that That makes me lucky. So we're here to talk about People who who are not safe in their homes even though it might look like they have everything. Why don't you just start off for those of us? Who are lucky enough to not Have dealt with this in a normal situation when there is no pandemic. How would someone Plan to escape an abusive situation. Well I think at the best of times people who are in abusive situations at its take them a long time to get the not only the courage but also just that perspective that okay. This is really not a a situation. I am safe anymore. My family is safe in anymore A lot of Women in particular there are men some men who abuse to primarily women. You know they. They choose to live with it for a long time. And there's a lot of psychological manipulation that happens is a lot of Mind Games you know. Often it will be you know. Their actual safety has been threatened in an incident or are few where they decide that. It's time to try to leave and what they might do. Is You know. Make call while they're at work on a phone like their office lying or go meet with a trusted friend and a coffee shop or physically. Go seek out resources at a sexual assault centre or shelter or any of the other resources that we have in our communities as we know now. That's that's there are a lot of options that are not available to these women now amidst this covert nineteen pandemic you. How does any of that work? Now I mean are some measures of these things still available for people who need help will yes. The shelter systems. Thank God are considered essential services. So they are open they are helping women who are in abusive situations and and also I think about this just in my own life. Thank goodness to that. Technology is advanced as it is because we do have video chat. We do have texts. We do have email who do have social media. We have lots of ways that we can check in and help one another and certainly these organizations that are trained and equipped to help. These women are have those resources. Well now The dark side of technologies availability. All the time is that there is some monitoring that goes on by abusers. Will we'd women's tax listen in on phone calls or skype calls or something so that's a danger as well and I mean we could talk about the dangers Jordan that are amplified when you're at home all the time with an abuser 'cause I just described you know you can. You can make that safe phone call at work. You can like go. Meet up with a friend in person so that you're not being monitored maybe or you don't have like a paper trail of things that this abuser could could get his hands on You know and then you have a reason to leave the house exactly and I mean our on the supposed to be leaving the house when we are getting exercise and maybe you end up on a family walk right in. You're not alone You know and it could be really really difficult because also like that is a hallmark of abuse to is isolation right like so abuse women are already considered already experiencing isolation before. We've all been asked as a public service. Public Health Act to collectively stay home and isolate ourselves like even that term is used now in common parlance talking about Cova but yeah it gets an isolating experience to be abused and there's a lot of barriers. Now that are set up for you know for women to actually get help. So we've been at this Some of US for months. Some of US for longer. Do we have any idea how dangerous this lockdown has been for women in abusive situations in Canada? Yeah we ha- we do have a sense of dot and I you know I've been heartened to see a decent amount of media coverage about the increase in domestic violence You know statistics candidate is survey recently. Just sort of taking the temperature people's feelings You know around the impact of covert on their lives and one in ten women specifically reported that they are concerned about violence in the home. And I believe that. The wording was vague. It didn't say are you concerned about violence in your own home specifically so we don't really have a great picture from that but what we do know. Is that the fear is real and I've been talking with some Shelter Staff and administrators this week.

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Where Will Cam Newton Land?

The Jim Rome Show

02:41 min | 6 months ago

Where Will Cam Newton Land?

"Another quarterback that's out there that hasn't found a home that I'm surprised by that the charge and go get is gather your teammates with cam Newton how do you feel about what it will what do you think I think cam Newton is about to really dominate somewhere but it seems like there's potentially no suitors for the guy what the hell's going on there I I think it's a bad timing thing right like there you know if everybody would know that cam Newton was going to be a free agent when they ought when the market opened up I think he's gone first day right but the fact that nobody knew Caroline was like always will be our quarterback and then on a random Tuesday they signed teddy Bridgewater like the second day of the trip three eighty is the advice I woke now next you know can't do you go see a trade war everybody knows there's no trade value because it I won't give up anything that you know you're not gonna keep both these guys we know you're going to release them in another week and now everybody's on their quarterback we know that Miami wants to go young they're going to draft charges they're definitely going to draft a quarterback and they have Tyrod Taylor to stand going to be so where's the fit like you will need the quarterback Cincinnati has any dog just sitting over there but we all know they're going take Joe burrow so what is the fifth I'm looking forward to a camp going to do I think this is uncomfortable position for camp but I think just like camp done is every every part of his life he's always just kind of figured it out and became it became a star just like everything else and I think at some point he's probably going to maybe have to take up a role as a backup guy like Taney deal did knowing that Hey I'm coming here to compete and eventually it which is going to take a really strong locker room hi who's going to be able to take take a lot more more we can't Nunez like possible that backup quarterback waiting right yeah like who's gonna be the star quarterback that's comfortable with that right that's another conversation yeah because you got the quarterbacks wide will get more interview opportunities and is going dressed better than the starting quarterback is gonna be bigger stronger on all these other things like that's a really tough spot to be fourteen to bring in somebody as well so I think that's also playing a part of it is well is that how can we take this on and not looking still look like we're confident in the guy that we have but we're gonna bring in cam Newton anyway and this is not Camdenton is nothing like Tim TiVo I intend to vote there's nothing like Colin Kaepernick but this is the conversation that was happening about all the your backup quarterback came a massive distraction for your team because the quarterback room the quarterback position is a big deal if you have somebody in a room that's a distraction to your team whether it's tam calling then candidate might say because he's a massive personality and very good at football we go to football having that'll be a potential distraction he could see how teams would be like at we're not we're not we can't put ourselves in that

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The Medical Reason You're Craving Carbs Right Now

Art Beauty

04:48 min | 6 months ago

The Medical Reason You're Craving Carbs Right Now

"Speaking of back to basics and the simple basics of life. Today's guest was kind of amazing. I learned so march. Yeah Dr Eldridge Taylor. And he is based in Atlanta. He's a board certified holistic doctor he started as an Obgyn and started to realize that you know there are a natural ways that we can really fortify our bodies in sort of get back to the basics as you said So he's got some great tips especially during this time of stress To number one boost immune system and Have a potato chip and know why it's okay. You're doing the right thing. Okay well stress. I mean almost. Everybody really understands that when they're under stress they're more likely to get a cold or flu or any other city or you know eighteen hours a day for two or three weeks. Are you're flying around? You know you're on a bunch of the sales calls all know you come? Home is more likely to get sick because stress and cortisol suppresses the immune system but we get works. Is that when the body is under stress? It is worried about dying right in there and it is saying. Hey we don't need to worry about something that's going to happen along Tam from now we've got to have all our resources toward whatever you're doing is eighteen hours of work. Whatever we gotta devoted so the immune system is suppressed so The first thing you need to do is to not panic. Panic one makes you make bad decisions. It CAUSES CORTISOL TO INCREASE CAUSES SYMPATHETIC. Nervous System TO BE ENHANCED. And so yet looking at you know it's great to look at the news and to be informed but looking at it twenty four hours a day is not good for. Ya told. I was on interview the other day. And said you need to binge-watch Nip flicks comedy special? You know but I do these days is I watched the morning news. First of all the morning news is always going to be friendlier than news. The evening is as working in immediate used. If if it bleeds it leads right so there it is what it is folks but the morning news generally tends to be a little bit more upbeat while you can still get those key headlines for the day for I don't understand why everybody a Netflix are. Watching shows like contagion were doing. We're living in living contagion. You need to laugh. You need to play. You need to go outside six feet away but you need to actually go outside. So what can you do? Here's how you can boost your immune system. Seventy percent of your immune system is in your gut and good. Bacteria in the gut will help control the immune system because what is happening with this virus by people at AMC is that their immune system is going. Overboard is being uncontrolled. It's actually attacking healthy tissue instead of just the hours. So probiotics will help to control the immune system so that doesn't go overboard now when it comes to things like vitamin C. Do you find that it's better to get it. From natural things like oranges or citrus. Or you should we just go for a supplement. Yes it's you know. The thing is I mean you'd have to eat a lot of oranges to get enough vitamin C. To really now it would be enough for the daily requirement but then daily requirement is to prevent scurvy. But if you look at the research When you're talking about is antiviral capabilities and and other things. You have to use more than talking about somewhere between a thousand and four thousand milligrams on pretty much consistent basis this. In order to really boost the immune system said that bag of mandarins bought yesterday and that had been just like funneling is is a joke me. In how many how much? I'd rather do that than the candy all day that would rather for. You've much vitamin C. Is in wine orange or Mandarin ballpark. Do you know you got me on that one okay. I'll have to look so on. That probiotic tipped you you. You know that was in the arsenal that you discussed. I get confused. An ICY probiotic in the Little Strawberry Yogurt drink. I give my daughter in the morning and then I see it in the vitamins that are not so active looking and then the other day I was in whole foods all gloved up and looking crazy and I noticed this really butte.

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"tam" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

12:12 min | 7 months ago

"tam" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Os Setup so. What's Nice about this? When I get a new machine I can Immediately Open the web. Because you know I I know memorize the password and I can set up the new machine With all of the commands and everything that I need I have to say this is incredibly useful. It could be you know when I went car shopping. I put all the things that I needed in a car and then once I mean this is. This is so easy to do. I don't know I'm really a fan. Now it's free for a thousand blocks here. I've put together my Kovic. Nineteen pages with instructions on how to wash your hands Prep for the corona virus. You could put web pages in here. he could put tweets. You could put maps I feel like it's This is the exact opposite of taught and I think it's actually insanely useful. So there we got two picks one for one for the minimalist one for the maximalist notion. Yes installed tot on my Mac just now and I immediately know that I'm going to be using it a lot. It's puts a menu bar icon for you. I love and I just need to sometimes just like oh I gotta remember to call somebody later to put that in there and you know maybe it's also something that I wanna kind of plan out what. I'm going to do for work for the next week but I don't need to open notes for. I just need to do something really quickly. Yeah it's going to be useful for me for sure. Just if for no other reason than it's got a menu bar icon that lets me just jump in and look at it really quickly so with notebook. Yeah Yeah Yeah see I like wicky wicky whereas you just keep on. Keep on going and keep. And it's not adobe frame acres pages Leo like there's some there's room in between both. Yeah no I agree and to documenting battleships. Yeah there's maximalist vs minimalist. That's the that's the idea here. So Yeah Andy. Nocco your pick of the week My pick is something that I've been looking for for about five years and specifically thinking hard about for the past four months before pulling the trigger because it was kind of Spendy for me But this is all right is the Philipson meaning bag. I've looking for years for years to get a bite for life type of like everyday. Carry sort of bag solving. It's better than the nylon bags that usually get. I wear out after two or three years But wouldn't be so open. This is made out of one hundred percent ox blood leather and just not being practical. It really took me a long time to find one. That had all the earmarks that I liked meeting built really really well also really really classy. Has A lifetime. Warranty are also lifetime repair for things that fall outside of the warranty but also fit everything that I need or I want this sort of everyday carry bag to be. I'm I'm talking about the the the carry on bag. You stick under your seat not the not the role away you put in fifty bucks so it's a little bit spendy but It's it's very very thick. The twelve like a canvas It's reinforced at the bottom. Really Nice Leather. For All the fittings of all if Allah fixtures really really nice like leather strap all the fixtures are real brass. They're not some sort of like weird cheap pot metal or something like that but what I really like about. It is that it might not. It also has a needed for me. It needs to have a carrying handle at the top so that if you're just grabbing something from from the concierge at the hotel or you need something just to fix it to the topic rollaway. it's not saying this is necessarily the best bag for everybody. This is just the best. But this had all the features I liked out of every previous bag that I've been using for the past five or six years. Just walk you through a few of them like I need to have like the I like. The kind of has what's called a weather. Weather flap on the top for a couple of reasons one of which being that often too if oftentimes but not always the the straps that hold it down. We'll have like a little bit of like Like a bulge here. So if you have an umbrella or tripod can stick it up there. The other nice thing about having the storm flap. Is that if you're in a casual situation? You could just leave. The flap open like did and keep growing growing into it and like spring is coming and so the addressing layers. So I'll have my jacket and the jacket you can simply you don't have to even stuff it inside the bag even just laid across this. Put the flap over it and then carry it around that way has to have a magazine flab at the back for first order retrievability usually of things like my ipad or things that I'm reading At really like to have these little pockets on the edges like one four. My water bottle usually the other one has my super high capacity. Recharging battery The other thing the other thing is kind of controversial firm number of people. I know I don't like bags. Have Lots and lots of dividers little pockets inside them because now in very I just don't have stuff that fits into those pockets specifically so what I prefer to do is just like sort my own gear a little bundles like this It's big enough to hold really any thirteen inch and maybe fourteen inch laptops. The only like this is my thirteen inch macbook that I usually keep in this kind of asleep One thing that's kind of a warning sign for certain people I like this. I should say It's actually has like sort of a team that makes the the top of it narrower. So if you have a larger laptop you might have to sort of put one in first and then the other end as opposed to sliding it all the way down. I like that because when you have the flap in it protects the contents from the rain and also protected from fingers. Just being able to jump in people people behind you on the subway and grab things But again a lot of people are going to want organization. That's fine I should it only has as far as a pockets go. It only has two but they are big pockets and if you WANNA know how big they are. It is actually big enough to carry. Not only because he is he having his pockets. Not only my my Sony disc man oh pocket also has eter. That's how they're not. They're not chintzy little pockets If you pull vinyl out of they're not gonNA have words you'll get you can fit. You can fit in Alpine here now so like I said it's not it's not cheap. It's three hundred fifty bucks a available colors and get a smaller version of this. If you're just using it with an IPAD and that costs a little bit less if you sign up for the newsletter you can get ten percent off immediately And that's what I that's. Why would I engage with? Their policy is once again if if anything ever goes wrong with it because of defect if they didn't close a stitch rather properly and something POPs off Senate. They'll fix it for free. If just wear and tear happens they will charge you for it. But they've been around for about one hundred years and they will. I like the idea of fifteen years from now having like patches on this thing and I've seen videos of people who've had them for ten years showing off after ten years they look very nice beaten and and positive I will get. I'll give one little warning though and this kind of I had to navigate this to three hundred fifty bucks. I tried to say that. I'm frugal rather than cheap. So this is why it took me four months after discovering this to really decide if this is absolutely going to be the thing that was going to work for me despite the fact that there is a thirty day return policy so you can faucets and resale will condition. You can buy check it out with your own stuff in your office and then send it back. You don't like it but now there is a weird weird and suspicious thing Filton if you if you're live in Seattle. They have a filter. Filton factory store where you can buy seconds really cheap. That's fine but if you look online if you go to Ebay you'll find lots of sellers that have the same bag for two hundred fifty dollars. And it's not as though and their brand new with tags they say and they say oh well it's not like a limited number. They only have to. They seem to have as much as you can possibly get and for the life of me cannot figure out any answer to how are they able to get an unlimited supply of these bags for one hundred very very famous bags for one hundred dollars off retail unless they were absolutely counterfeit And so that's and I'm pretty sure that they there are a lot of conflict bags over there. Because I've seen like online reviews. I said Oh. The the the the so-called brass handle broke off after about a month or the stitching came undone like almost immediately and also most suspiciously. This is why I was so cautious that it won't I can't get my thirteen inch macbook pro in here and it's like wait a minute. I act- I didn't actually buy it until I went to the Boston store locally pro in their maximum my fifteen fifteen inch macbook pro inside my goodness slip. Base works fine. That's my age and I thought it was. That's nice so a and again if this were packed to the absolute gills. I think I would have problems getting it out because once again Sort of like a lip Kind of would have to make Shimmy out but so I would say make sure you're buying directly from Filton Because that was the big warning sign with people. I was concerned that. Oh well gee if it doesn't fit my macbook pro. I don't always leave the house with a Mac book. It really is more about the IPAD. But that would be kind of a deal breaker. So that's why actually made a trip. I filled my backpack with all the stuff they would I would Even even potentially carry everyday carry bag and went and actually took to the store for a test fitting and fifth grade so I think that there are knockoffs. That are a little bit too small. Oh the old one last feature that really liked and again. These are things that I have. I have to abuse these things for a while before I realized is what like the bottom of this. The bottom of the bag is wider than the top. Which means that when you are in that mode of. I'M CHECK OUT OF THIS HOTEL. I need to get out of here to get the right to the airport and you're just stuffing things in your bag. The death of me is when I'm I'm using a conventional bag where it's the same with from bottom to top so I'll get nice and stuff stuff stuff but then I can't close the top because I've overstuffed it. The thing is all the stuff is at the bottom and the narrow part of the top you will almost always be able to flip it over and actually seal it up anyway. So I've had this for about a week now I've taken it out on a couple of different excursions really really like it is. It's it's the has the hallmark of any for me for any like major purchase. That I will definitely be worried on my guy. My really gonNA spend three hundred dollars on a bag and then like a first time actually use it. I completely forget about how much spent on it because it is. It's the right size. The right functions the right features and I think it looks. Damn Nice and and I'm of the age where I'm going to enjoy having like the same bag my Ford Prefect bag that I've been fantasizing about since I was born with thirteen years old if I were going to a stringer for the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy. This is probably the bag that I'd have with me all the time. Should I have a bag Jones as yeah many people know? Oh and I've never heard of Filton before I've been looking at all their stuff man. This is gorgeous since eighteen ninety seven. Yeah and they have. They have backpacks they have. They have briefcases. I didn't some people are like. Oh I I want to zipper top that I could secure well. They do have briefcases and other bag's Zipper tops to them. I want something big enough. That could actually not only have by laptop but also have a couple of days worth of likes stuff for a trip. They have also a small double. They have lots and lots of different stuff. That's of that same thing. They have only three or four stores. nationwide others flagship store in New York. Whether instance. There's one in Boston teen cloth I believe. It's like fine Corinthian leather. That's the name that they came up with. Its eye briefcase..

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"tam" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

13:18 min | 7 months ago

"tam" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Present for the birthday present so Again I I. I'm just interested in it from a perspective of young younger people right Yeah Yeah Yeah and you're right. It might be the future. Young people have no taste again on their think about that. All it could be done to begin with. Why would they watch a stream? That's okay but but it might. We watched the apple streams. Don't we we watch the news because we're interested in those products or if if black magic is releasing a new camera? People would love to have a livestream where someone's like. Let's show you the camera. Let's talk about the experts talking about now. That's not what this is doing necessarily right now. But I think that when people were launched neurotic there's a lot of people who are interested in that product. And right now you know. I was I configuring A clear calm device and and it was like there's no documentation for the best parts of it. You know people under thirty go to Youtube immediately. If they have a question they don't read a manual of I go to YouTube. Everybody like I go to Youtube and then I you know it's it's not there. I'm like Oh man what's so. Here's Joan Hill plus Adidas and a stream and show off his sneaks. I'm sorry what do they call them? They don't call them sneakers just trying to keep. I'm just trying to keep up with the kids. That's only saying just may the fourth a very special very special stream on May the fourth there. You Go I still can't see that bloody handprint on the stormtrooper held that. Not Think Wilson from cast what I thought. That was a bad choice in the first or was it on purpose. Woo tried to lure. Thome eggs into the franchise. Would-be why interlocking out. By BINDRA Day Laura Gill pick of the week. What am I buying this week Anything except for maybe some food so I just and I'm I'm I know there's going to be a lot of people who said this has been around forever. You're so behind the Times but I just discovered yes I know I know I know but I just discovered it so bingeing with Fabisch. Who's You I am? I'm so new to this that I'm not sure what his history is in the culinary world. I recognize those tattoos could do. My son watches watches. Okay yeah so it. It's it's really just nicely put together Youtube Channel and it has recipes for For for for things for foods but what is so cool to me as that. He uses foods that are referenced or eaten in other movies. There's sandwich from birds of prey right and the one that caught my eye was Ramdan from Paris. I wanted to make this one watching the movie she saying. Get some make me Rahm done. And what is that I want it? Yes any not only does he make it the with the in this particular episode of. He makes it with the store bought prepackaged stuff he also makes his own version from scratch six. I WANNA make the real deal. Yeah so it's it's really cool and I've only just started getting into watching his his stuff but I've just been really impressed with delicious food making techniques and I don't Cook at home or anything I'd just like to watch videos of people cooking food. How come he can play parasite on his Youtube Channel? And I can't even play his youtube channel playing Peres. What's the deal man? He paid the money. Think he paid parasite no no four million views in one month less than a month in two weeks yeah. He's a big channel on Beijing with Babouche Romden from parasite four million views. Lots of people making Ramadan menam. I'm not making anything with a key. Ingredient called CHAPA getty. Good this is a good pick. I'm GONNA try this. This looks good. I don't know why he doesn't get the sponsored. A killer sponsor spot right there. Oh well I'm just no one's paid yet but he's got he's working on it. I'm sure I'm sure he's working. There's a big Mac. I don't know what a big Mac Donald's this parasite truffles Bob's burgers. Sorry he's explaining the juxtaposition of cheap food with really fancy engages on one hundred fifty dollars truffles on it. Three dollar big Mac. Right yes delicious. Ruined the big Mac All right cool. Do you ever see his face or you. Just see as you do. It usually what happens at the very end of the episode? He leans down and takes a bite of the food and then you kind of see him leaning down in eating so you do get to see his face but almost always it's from the chest douses. Henry's hero this is who Henry my son wants to be and like on Brooklyn nine. You Save a few of the Rama noodles crunchy and you put them on the top afterwards. A really great is that. Is that a special thing though? That's a joke from Brooklyn nine. When character got sent to prison and he made his fame in prison by recommending that they keep some dried Rama noodles to crush on top and at first they were angry. That an interloper with dairy. Tell them how to eat their. Rahman then they tried it and it was delicious and he got his prison so good courses lunchtime. But I'm just saying this looks so good. Yeah yeah it does. And this is the one with the prepackaged stuff so if you host the toward the end and you see him. He makes the noodles from scratch. He makes the The Broth in ten minutes It looks pretty good. Looks exactly like the one in Paris it by the way right? Yeah Rene Ritchie your pick of the week so I. I'll say if you like if you like him. There's also a channel called pickup lines With an M. that's a Canadian Vegan nutritionist living in the Netherlands who does very similar but very healthy trendy sort of good foods. You can check that out too but my pick is an APP. Called Tot from a little company called the ICON. Filers wondering if anybody would pick this. Maybe you've heard of Craig and Berry and get may here. I don't know you know they've been around for their young. Some some kid named Gruber. Yeah well he tested it but it's it's really interesting. It's not a full on notes happen. It's not meant to be and it's not a clipboard. Multilevel clipboard manager. It's something that just lets you record seven. Bits of random text you WANNA record. It's a single street interface. You've got different colors to identify the different tabs. You Swipe between them and just put down any texts that you want to save something. That's not important to you enough to be a note that you want to keep you know. Virtually forever but something that you don't want to forget about either. It's like a little scratch pad and the the business model is so interesting. The MAC APP is absolutely free. You can download it and you can run it on your Mac for free but if not the companion. Ios APP which runs on Iphone and IPAD is twenty bucks well for an Iowa. Five bucks a note. Total totally is but again like the MAC APP. Which is what they really want to make is free and they weren't you know the the IOS APP is going to take them a lot more to support it and it wasn't really their first in line use case but they said if anybody actually wants it's available it's just. It's twenty bucks no subscription. No up sell no anything else. Just a one time twenty bucks and you can have your notes lickety-split sink everywhere expect. Let's see how the people react to that when they complain so hard that they want to pay for subscriptions. Well here you go. I ain't GonNa buy this prediction. No yes you know what? I would suggest. This would be a good programming exercise. You could write this weekend. You'd learn a little bit. You'd have it just the way you wanted. It seems like a trivial APP. The concept is trivial. Everything is the execution like it's it's Berry Amiga and the icon factories ability to get a thing but like a beautiful thing that you're paying for. Yeah it's pretty pretty I was you know I meant to talk about this because I thought this is the strangest thing ever. What is it? It's literally four different notes. That's it I think. Seventy seven okay. Yeah yes seven one. Two three four five six seven I it. So it's seven notes like you already have apple notes which is unlimited. You already could use Google for free. It's let's see these don't just grow like you don't write something down and they never looked at it again. Now you have three thousand things and see. This is the benefit one is. If you want to add something new you've gotta sacrifice something else. You never have more than seven pages. Okay Twenty Bucks. I always said I would pay cultured code so much more for an APP called thing that only let me have one thing semantics focus would use machine learning to subtly. Drop out the things that knows. I'm never going to do like just save me. The mental hassle of admitting defeat every day. Just like we need never does this. We're going to use a better about himself machine language and machine learning to to look at what you constantly say you're going to do and never do and then just quietly have disappeared but it can't it can't do a flash it just takes takes it out like you just you just put it in their day. It's just gone. So Alex. Glad Alex you've accidentally created a brilliant idea for a pro for productivity up. Where all of your projects are like Tamagotchi? That they need if they are going to pay attention to the way they die and you know better than all them footprints in the sand. But what happens what happens. Is that if you don't if you don't tend to them if you ignore them for a while they don't die. What what the APP does is an encrypted with an encryption key that you can't access until you donate fifty dollars to a charity that you've already designated i. I just think they disappear. And if you don't really look for them for a while then they die then they just this just this no I. I use apple notes. Yeah I my whole life is a curious how this could be. This could be whole range of intentionally Spartan APPs this. This is exactly the sort of APP that I love to support where it is definitely not going to become a name in culture anywhere. It is a a weird idea that a few people got so captivated by that they had to wish they had to build it into reality rather than just let it. Go back to the of ghosts and wins And it's the sort of APP where most people are going to be like but they're going to be a few people that Oh my God. This changed my life but not not a baby but certainly my first kitten after after your product. I definitely respect constrained resources. You know like I think that part of what I love about twitter is that it's an art via you know it is a. It's an true. I why the sonnet is a great poetic for tweets. Most of them are almost like there's like seventy nine character. Yeah they're they're always like in an and I 'cause I write them in there about three hundred and then I cut it down. I move things around and I- restate things and I get rid of my passive verbs and I do all the things that need to do to get to get down and I like that. I like I like that that that process so I get. I get the constraints but I just do so many notes per day so I go back and look at it. I wasn't GonNa make this a pick but I've been using something called notion. Are you familiar with notions? I love notion so this is the exact opposite of tot. This is kind of an endless notebook for anything that you want. What's cool about it? Is that any note can be shared. It can become a a webpage a public web. Page or a private webpage There's there's graphics there's images it uses. Markdown I think it's beautiful but it's completely free form fact it's a little challenging because at first you open it up and I don't know what does it do. I don't under- I felt like it was more like a development platform for personal productivity. Meaning that once you get if after four or five or six months of of developing this thing for your job or your needs you'd get something that is absolutely custom-tailored but out of the box it's going to be a bit of a Slob but when you when you see but I agree once you see what other people have done with it. You're like I WANNA make that slug. I want a Antionette go focused productivity. I have started using this a few weeks ago. And it's become my absolute number one. I just keep it running. It has an APP for IOS android. Mac Windows it's a web interface continue to show John It's got a web interface This is my Mac..

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"tam" Discussed on Hear Us Roar

Hear Us Roar

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"tam" Discussed on Hear Us Roar

"Did it and it was funny. It was funny that one of my co worker worker P Like Tam go to the bathroom. I'M GONNA set it off. He's like I couldn't take it any raw. Aw I don't even remember he. That's a good friend. I actually think he might have done that very first. One I remember. There's like eight nine years ago. Aw But till this day I still have had a lot of these moments. I mean it's been so long and you always feel feel really vulnerable and you don't I wanna be the one that asked for money you don't WanNa feel like you're telling the world how you're being and of course like you know our culture values humility so so much. I think that's something that it's always going to be such a struggle off like being taught early early on an Asian woman Asian Christian women for me like humility. And like not saying what you're doing it's so important And then at the same time wanting to engage people ball and wanting to share so that you can really help the organizations on the ground because most people like the biggest give you can give them It's not necessarily just donation. It's a helping them. Spread the word so that naturally more people would want to jump in and if people weren't willing to share about kitchen like we would not exist. You know now that you've gone through kind of the whole journey of PS kitchen. What kind of advice would you give your younger self? If you had to think of one really thoughtful thoughtful thing that you could say to April ten years yeah the willingness to leverage here network I think networking quote unquote sounds terrible and a lot of us like hear that word and be like. Oh I don't WanNa be networker like ooh what is overly ambitious etcetera and Just the idea of being authentic and genuine and building the network to serve others It's actually a gift and also almost as an applicant obligation like if we can be a voice for those who don't necessarily have the same platform that we do than we should use it And I've just been completely humbled and surprised by the outpouring of love and generosity and support by my quote unquote network. That have become just like families around this crazy. AC adventure about this venture. That I put myself through that We decided to start together as I share. What is the impact that you've created with if the donations from PS kitchen? Yeah so with he has kitchen has been. It's been really fun. So we have you know We have created it over forty plus jobs already for those that are previously in difficult situations We actually have built mm two schools. We've funded the building of two schools in Congo one's going to be called. PS Justice once called. ps that's great and we're in the process of during a third school hopefully And just different organizations that were released strongly believe and If you go auto our restaurant actually if you flip to the back of the menu We highlight an organization called share. Hope that just does absolutely incredible work in Haiti eighty. And I've seen it with my own eyes. We've created seven hundred jobs. There and all the profits go back to funding breast cancer. Every cancer screening for the women Night classes passes for any worker that qualifies the program or sign language. Classes for the deaf workers As well as like restore NYC WE. I WANNA help them. How the women Get sustainable meaningful work as well. So you can't tell I probably have I have a passion specifically around the idea of Giving someone dignity to provide for themselves so it's a lot of economic empowerment jobs creation nation education so that you're really lifting them up To help themselves. Yeah what made you pick dignity as sort of like the underpinning underpinning could question. I really believe that. We all have our purpose and passion within US and we're all just so created differently and it's a matter of finding something that you feel on purpose when you give you know if you sometimes don't feel excited about giving the certain thing or volunteering for certain things or feels like I should do this as opposed to. I really WANNA do this. Maybe it just off purpose at the moment so finding what your Creator has made you into I was just talking to my husband about it this morning. Like For me some of the words that have can come to me over the last few years of processing these are like inspiring hope affirming significance igniting joy. And for him something they more like Growing impact and you know growing Sustainability Generosity in scaling uh-huh so it just comes down to how year created and for me seeing someone destroy that they have when they know that they are adding value to society when they matter like letting someone know. Hey you are important. You're not just a receiver you to have something to give it just like so so so encouraging for me One of our staff at PS kitchen He was in out of prison for thirty years. He was addicted to heroin. Went early on his life and just like a sadly like you know kind of a typical story of growing up not necessarily in the best neighborhood uh-huh and they'll having a lot of role models just not knowing where to turn to And it was through another arrest where the judge said you either shoes rehab or it's more time in prison. And when he became clean he had already made all the decisions to drastically change his life but the difference between be able to change his life completely versus that decision it's finding meaningful work. And he looked for four years and when we gave him a job simply a a dish. Washer you know He told us that later on us. We got to know him. He went to the corner. Forty eight and he just started like crying and was like. I can't believe someone would give me a job like me and he often would say like. It's it's the dignity and knowing that I add value and I can bring something to society and I love that that's so priceless and for the chow second generations to he loves sharing his story Sometimes people ask like all. How does your staff feel about sharing the story and we never ever ever league if anybody wants to share? They're allowed to they should and he he loved sharing historic because he was the next generation. Who might be going through a similar hub or can prevent them from going down? That path he wasn't. I'm just see like no. You can choose something different and you can also add a lot of value to society. Thank you so much for tuning into the hear US roar podcast.

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"tam" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"tam" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Done it. I'll tell you this Nacho cheese the Riedel's or not my favorite thereto. No. It's not going to be if they play cool ranch, ten times out of ten Koranic get blown out yet ten times. Cool. Ranch just has Nacho cheese number two just has. Yeah, it's like LeBron the rap ruffles is making a run. I'm a fan of the run taking on. Run a little gotta, sell teams get hot at the end of the year, get hot gotta, give it a fucking ruffles baby. Tam, Tam. Sour cream is in there. Ruffles and cheddar and sour cream in the finals against cool ranch. Doritos. This. I haven't made a decision this tough and I couldn't even tell you, I'm I'm trying to go on if I had to have one right now. Yeah. What would I rather have like somebody was gonna come through this door and bring the bag. Holy shit. I gotta take five seconds. I gotta take five. I'm sorry. I take all the time. You need money. This is tough here. It's really hard because you think like the cool ranch thereto. Right. It's just good to little sweet salty. Has it all as it all? It's great. The ruffles cheddar and sour cream though it's got some texture to it. Makes your mouth salvage little more. Maybe it's more salty. Yeah, it's got. It's got a, it's got it. Punches you in the face. You know what I mean on the counter three. Do you wanna say our answers at the same time for us, to be honest, I'm not ready. I'm gonna, say three to one and then will name them, and then we'll explain why they're different or the same. Take your time. Take your time. I don't want you to prematurely answer. I know why my one wins. Easily not not easily, but this. Okay, this is what came I'm on. All right. I have a reason to go ahead ruffles. I went ranch. Okay, that's great. All right. So now let's talk about this. Let's talk about it. All right. The reason I went ruffles is because listen, everyone loves under doc on story, right? There's less bad chips in the back. Because because you ever have a cool ranch bag and it's like this one doesn't have that much dust mega dust one, this is the best fucking chip I've ever had. You want every chip tastes like that. Right? Is more consistent. More consistency is marking. The benches deeper at is got a deeper bench the starting five cool ranch can't talk, can't talk to them. They're all freshmen. Ruffles is a journeyman. They'd be competing with these people. I don't even know how they're still in business. Here's, here's the reason I went ruffles is because pound for pound that ship will stay flavorful. I like that reason for me. I went cool ranch for the simple fact that. I don't think I could eat. I think I could eat more cool ranch in one sitting then I could eat ruffles because I feel like we're offals sense. It saltier gets you out of there quicker. It could also make you feel a little gross. Yeah. Like you could eat the small bag, right? Because if it was too small bags, this would be a lot tougher Brown thinking of it. Like you're the big aspects Koresh torito's I'll be there all day. Like, I'm I'm, I'm sitting here. I'm getting this done and you can end you can do it because it's not salty enough to drive you away from it ruffles though. Drive you. They'll stop me from reading it. I don't like how torito's crumble. So easily, though. Ruffles, their tougher chip. They've been banged around. This is some dark days. Also. Here's another plus when there's no more ships in these bags. Cori-. Got that better dust. Yeah, you could slide and you could slide that live better because that's that's also an advanced because because they break at the end, you get that like you gotta like four finger grab at the bottom of the big..

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"tam" Discussed on Z104

Z104

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"tam" Discussed on Z104

"Hey we yes you know retirement you think mm stew you must think ooh you too this song i'm never gonna let you closed you even though you mean the most ever burn a so never gonna get too close to you he even went on to you gone you dad stay me too good good listen to you think ooh this took tam i'm never gonna close to me he even though you every term a bit close to you those the list a me too do two dry.

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"tam" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tam" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Yeah oh yeah is that what they said basically even if you read things online about including we kapija is just like he was a little bit of a dumpy looking guy so crazy i'll burn man totally not handsome beautiful and he was nice sometimes look at them and think he was a chair so they got married tam and then two months after they got married to september fifth nineteen thirty two he shot himself in the head in their house yeah any left this suicide note dearest dear unfortunately this is the only way to make good the frightful wrong i have done you into wipe out my abject humiliation i love you paul bs you understand that last night was only a comedy that years what that supposedly means apparent watched animal house or blues brother's yeah and that was a comedy just so you know you're pretty dumb so right by the way that was a comedy she reads a suicide note and goes oh roseanne is a comedy it's not fascism wow so okay so apparently after they got married even though us like a historically incredibly nice guy and everyone in hollywood loved him that's like how he's talked about apparently it came out pretty quickly that they were having a lot of marital problems they're having a lot of money issues and that he beat her own yes and then apparently with this this note means which i'm not exactly sure how this information was disseminated but i think it was like.

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"tam" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tam" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Coaches all those things and some of those things aren't high enough up the priority list performance evaluations who were trying to get some of that change so that brings those things four and then on promotions what i find hilarious is an a hit characters but this one i think is broadly valid put a ten point criteria on the table give it to a guy and give it to a woman the guy will broadly say yup got him take all ten ready for the job the woman will look at it and go well one three five solid track record and really show evidence not two of those there on my development plan i'm working on them i'm not in those three while i'm not too sure i'm one level can talk themselves out of the job but for me we need to flip it from interviewer on have interviewers and we're doing this with the man on the women which is to the people come in and say yeah i've got all tam ask them really tough questions whether they really do because normally the man who says if god all tam has for plus to a bit of war and the women who've self critically has said i've got five plus too you know not sure about three cheers normally underscored herself yet she you find the opposite street which is women is actually better qualified has greater self awareness is more ready for the job it's amazing isn't it those it's the tiny nuances in those processes that make the collective differences over that time period and if that's been the case for such a long time then unpicking a lot of that is really really hard but it's great to see real sort of change actually happening in an in such big organization because say you you guys are global like proper legal you'll so it will make such a massive difference too.

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"tam" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tam" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Ever do you this is one thing that is actually not not not awful ties these tim tam's tim tam's fun equivocally feis for those of you can't see his face distorting in pain no i'm i am lucy a team to wash it down tim tam tam's the most delicious there is no substitute of shift tim tam's they all right chocolate on it's nothing gets rob sponsored by tim tam there's no substitute the irresistible real chocolate snack of nick haya danza so yeah so that's the end of my bag of tricks so your kids go ahead your wife gets a bowl and you get tasting vegemite spread but you liked the veggie by a love it i love it what is it like in a choir is like caviar i guess maybe you have to be strategy into lock it i'm gonna leave you the and you can tackle it on your own maybe maybe put too much this is the first time in eight years eaten on robs a podcast god breaking breaking ground this is a first so yeah so you look i will say and all the shrines out listening i put too much on the that much you posted just a lot spring clean just gives a nas zing in the morning so rob this is yours for you and your wife and children on the memory wall and then throw in the bin promptly all right nick what's what's next for you okay so what's next to me so traveling around north america we are going to be going to chicago we are going to.

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"tam" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

Bravo TV's Daily Dish

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tam" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

"Tam or has all of this history with vicky so if you're like really good friends with someone and you both hate someone and you have like a huge list of reasons why you hit than that's going to influence the other person right the i thought maybe if anything the other way around because you know calling eddie gay is one thing but what she supposedly said about david is a whole other things so i can see how camera who has hasn't many other past instances forgiven vicky maybe at shannon that like keeping her in that interesting who knows somebody's a hostage right because they can't they can't just be like women with their own opinions about soon i'll be i just thought there was an interesting theory that i am thought of we both road this down on our notes lydia is brother israel cute rally kiel in like i don't know why it surprised me so much maybe because i saw her in drag and was like oh when we talked about like doesn't make a greatlooking guy iin realize her parents were even together because we only ever met her mom that's what i wrote down to because i when we first met her a few seasons back she only talked about her mom never her dad i assume you yeah that they were not together now i'm like i guess i was even more pleased that she is still married to this guy who so different from her right because he's like this fully successful businessmen really street lace and judy is just you shores crowns just because she wants to just because she wants cooking so that was released sweden i don't know it it was nice that party was so amazing oh t t o the top totally and.

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