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Could micro-organisms revolutionise our food?

FT News

10:49 min | 1 year ago

Could micro-organisms revolutionise our food?

"As well as the cutting edge research and real time information investors need to navigate the markets confidently our solution span all major asset classes in developed and emerging since eighteen ninety six S and p Dow Jones indices has been leading source for index innovation we've always been committed to leveling the playing field with solutions for all investors markets globally we leverage leading trends to anticipate changing modern day dynamics get our latest insights by searching index allergy on the Web uh-huh in developing countries and when populations become more rich they moved from carbohydrates to prestige products I uses a protein called him which is made from soy and that is made from precision fermentation and it adds the meaty taste Hello from the Financial Times in London I'm Leslie Hook and this is the news in Focus podcast where we offer our insights into the story A to turn this protein into alternative dairy and meat products like burgers and microbial base cheese wow has it garnered much rapa creatures into an edible protein part of a growing trend towards a microbial revolution in Food and agriculture could microbes hold the key to feeding a growing Emiko to start with tell us a bit about this company and what it is trying to do so sustainable biproduct is a start up in the US which is an agricultural trade we've got some really serious money behind them what to these products actually tastes like have you tried any yourself when you talk about protein pures possible with Mike I have not tasted was actually not on the market so I have not tasted volcanic microbial burgers but the other uses relation here with me in the studio to discuss this is Emiko Tarazona commodities correspondent and Clive Cookson science editor thanks for joining today impossible Burger and beyond meat and the search is on for alternative sources of protein among entrepreneurs and scientists and so yes investors Crowell food an extreme file is a microbe that can survive in extreme conditions one star up in Chicago has found a way of turning these microbes I meet but people can't continue easing me because of the environmental is also health concerns as well so we've had the plant based meat products first from investor's overall the search for alternative proteins is such a hot topic in Food and agriculture these days and comes as increasing income with proteins is as food ingredient to enhance the taste of a certain product or change the way the product tastes for instance impossible foods means you'll have a protein which is a source of the product by the vehicle for the taste so I think the idea there is to reduce the taste of the are we interested sustainable by products is raised she three million early this year from companies including France's Danone and Archer Daniels Midland gene. The bugah wow so how optimistic are you I mean is this pine sky or do you think this is genuinely changing the way that we yes and it's turning and micro that discovered in yellowstone national park into protein so they are going to use precision fermentation and they again channel whatever you using it sauce itself like pre protein which is used in beyond meat you don't want it tastes like peas yeah so you want the protein to be is that matter for the first time will also be recording this for video on our Youtube Channel so today we're here to talk about wing to source proteins in our food well I didn't think it's Pine Sky Tool because you already have corn for instance that is more not not C. O. R. A. But exactly is growing out of single celled fungus which you can define `as Microbe F- Initiative Mike Grove is somewhat stretchy being psychologically the microbes within our body of vital and therefore there's a big and growing industry incubators any organism that you can't see with the naked eye as the individual cells and you have to onto microscope to identify them that's so interesting I mean microbe seem to be having a bit of a moment recently why have they come into the spotlight now I guess spotlight might be the wrong where maybe route to the molds are cheeses to bear in wine they depend on microbes one sort or another and so what's play a gigantic role in our health not just how we digest food that's the most important thing but even welby Another is that might cribs used to ferment foods of being extended a lot everything from Kim Chae to sauerkraut using microbes to produce protein I mean could this be scaled up used worldwide I mean are there inhibiting factors will I think we have to remember you're trying to produce microbes not say much as food but to populate guts with friendly bacteria so that's a very big growth area in Qu'une dates back to the nineteen eighties and it's a good thing to think of anyone has headcorn it is as you said a vehicle for taste quarter under the telescope from yes what's the wider scientific picture here well when it comes to food one of the most important changes which spends a lot of its energy wondering around fields and belching and burping and emitting methane which is a very powerful greenhouse gas as of the twenty first century in in nutrition and even I would say in medicine is understanding that the billions of microbes the bacteria that live in our but I think those environmental questions need to be answered and they haven't yet been answered by the new foods companies that are making not only microbial foods abass meat but I guess this whole microbial fungus bacterial activity I mean how will consume is really react to it is the and where does this fit into other types of new food technologies I think they're going to be seen alongside these other cell you'll grow the proteins and the muscle the fibers hopefully trying to capture the texture and taste in the lab and getting them to develop essentially and to meet and if you combine that with Three D. Printing you can get something that's good texture I mean that's one possibility taste foods a lot of progress is being made in taking for example stem cells from cowes Castle uh-huh like all new foods microbial food stamp grow on thin air they will need a lot of input of water nutrients at that try so from the environmental point of view that are not going to be completely benign now they're probably going to be more sustainable and growing card CACO's talking about earlier but also sell based meat and fish products web rather than growing a cow will catching a fish due to you O. R. N. and that is made from a micro protein which is a sort of fungus and that's been around forever clive you know better than me offices that are more sustainable rather than creating new products that sort of enable everyone to keep consuming in the same way I think that's a really interesting question but I suspect since eighteen ninety six S and p Dow Jones indices has been leading source for index innovation we've always been committed to leveling the playing field with solutions for all investors uh-huh because it's cruel to animals and I didn't think cruelty to microbes is going to enter the picture remains to be seen sustainable but biproduct CEO has told me that he wants that the horses kind of left the stable that consumers want convenient food that they crave and also the newly rid sh developing country population they also want that as well they expect that and on the other hand you'd companies and fast food companies won't yeah yeah as a final question I wanted to ask you both do you think there's an argument that time and money would be better spent encouraging food and agricultural is to get a product out into the market either on a trial basis or onto the shelves at least in about eighteen months in the US so it'll be interesting to see what sort of there's as well as the cutting edge research and real time information investors need to navigate the markets confidently our solution span all major asset classes in developed and emerging life is to have diversity I think from a sustainability and health point of view giving consumers as rich and diverse mixture of foods as markets globally we leverage leading trends to anticipate changing modern day dynamics get our latest insights by searching index G on the Web marketing strategy he takes a certified next Winter Christmas twenty twenty we could be having microbial something on the shelf test smoke it I think probably not in London all that so can we continue killing

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Women Affected Most By Covid Economy, And Women Of Color Battling Massive Pay Gap

Reset with Jenn White

24:45 min | Last month

Women Affected Most By Covid Economy, And Women Of Color Battling Massive Pay Gap

"I'm Justin Kauffman in this is reset. Today, we're talking about women in the workplace and just a bit. We'll dive into the pay gap between men and women of color but I. This Kobe economy has been toughest on working women and a matter of three months. Women have lost decades worth of job gains leading to what's now being called America's first female recession. Help us better understand what's going on. We've got SCIBELLI Tarazona she's women economy reported for the Nineteenth New nonprofit nonpartisan newsroom at focuses on women's politics and policies belly welcome to reset. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me also this Jane, Instead, Ramsey she is a researcher in macroeconomics at Northwestern University Jane. Welcome to the program. Hi, thanks for having the ability through the reporting you've done for this nonpartisan news from the nineteenth. You've looked a lot at what's happening to women during the current recession what have you found? So if you look back at the past recessions typically see that a men were larger portion of the labor force and so likely to be more effective right and then be they were also in industries that tended to be more affected. So if you look back at twenty, two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine, construction manufacturing, those are really the industries that were hit the hardest and those are male dominated jobs. This year has really flipped the switch on that. We have the jobs that were affected by corona virus by social distancing right the jobs that went away earlier this year hotels, restaurants, retailers, kind of service sector job women really dominate many of those positions. So if you look at all of the jobs that we've lost this year and there was about eleven million between February and may around fifty, four, fifty, five percent of those. Jobs. Or jobs held by women, and so you mentioned you know we're we're on a bit of a right track right now with some of the jobs coming back. But that growth has slowed a little bit and you know some of those positions that are coming back are still somewhat precarious. We don't know what the next month old you don't know what closures might might still come. So you know women are in those positions and they're really concerned. Jane WanNa Bring in here you and your colleagues at northwestern forecasted this phenomenon back in March. So so Gimme a some context on how we got here. Yeah. That's exactly right. So we basically looked at two dimensions of occupations One would be how able is an occupation to telecommute because that's been a big predictor of job losses in this crisis and also makes us crisis somewhat unique and there we found that there was a gap between men and women as well. We found back in March that around twenty, two percent of women could telecommute. Occupation versus twenty eight percent of men. So already from there, we expected women to be more exposed to job losses, and then as shelley mentioned, the other dimension of occupation that's important is how sort of contact intensive these documentations and so pre pandemic we've found that seventeen percent of women were working in critical occupations versus twenty four percent of men. So again, the occupation sectors where men versus women work exposed those two genders, different risks in terms of layoffs and Jane. When we look at that and and we know from the get go when you look at the data and the breakdown saying this is how recessions affect based on the numbers, the percentages you just threw out. How it played out though I mean as we now in August which is hard to believe that you know everything that we were talking about in March it's still more if even if more prevalent in August, how is how is it play out exactly how you thought it would. It looks pretty much like what we predicted. One thing that surprised me a lot is that the healthcare sector has been affected so deeply and that's something we didn't expect back in March we thought you know how healthcare is obviously critical to addressing this crisis, and so we weren't expecting to see many layoffs there. But actually in a lot of healthcare support occupation we've seen a lot of layoffs and women tend to be very prevalent in those industries as well and to billy job losses are higher among women of Color. The unemployment rate is is alarming that the unemployment rate for women of colors higher than than other women and also men white men. Yeah that's right. You know the disparities that have long existed in this country they more stark when we have an economic decline of this nature. So for example, for all women unemployment peak this year around fifteen point, five percent but for black, if peaked around sixteen point, five Latinos, it was twenty point, two percent those are. Astronomical figures right and and again it's a lot of that occupational segregation where these women work and then just the safety net that they have. You know a black women are far less likely of women of Color in general far less likely to have savings they're more likely to have a household income that's far lower. They're more likely to be heads of households. So when they lose their jobs, you know their entire systems are comes crumbling down right and so it's it's this it's. This ripple effect so yeah, we have been seeing of course again, but women of color have been hurt much much harder, and this is going to affect them in particular for a really long time and we're GonNa talk about that and the wage gap and equal pay day coming up here on reset in just a couple minutes. You guys think that that'll be something that you'll see politicians and other leaders start to talk about more the fact that that this should be called the female recession. These issues are huge issues and we're already seeing some attention on particularly the childcare piece, which is the other aspect. It's not just the women are in these industries, but also that they are more likely to take on childcare responsibilities. When the pandemic it when they were sent home. Much more so than men and I think James Report talks a lot about that. But childcare is one issue that we have already seen a lot of attention on this year from politicians and is very likely going to get more attention as we go into the to the election in November. Well, we know right here in Chicago I mean, we're we're and most school districts in this area are preparing for remote learning, and if you pay attention to any parents, comes out there who are talking about how they're going to balance being essentially a stay at home teacher and someone who's working from home. It's near impossible Jane and that seems to be something that. I'd like to hear more from our leaders on how to approach that when it comes to this recession. Yes, absolutely. So it's a little bit hard to know exactly what's been going on in terms of how couples are dividing childcare and the crisis, but we know that pre-crisis women even in couple to both work fulltime we're doing the majority of childcare or around sixty percent whereas we might expect fifty fifty you know both are working fulltime that would seem kind. Of the fair division and so if that persists with all, the homeschooling an additional time that parents are now spending with kids we can expect that that's GonNa have a huge impact on whether women are able to to keep working and there's already some data coming out showing that mothers are much more likely to report that the reason that they're not working is because of childcare responsibilities about three times more than fathers and that would be that would be. Another reason to look at the job market look at job losses as well. It may not just be the the sort of knee-jerk layoffs. They're also concerns and choices that need to be hard choices that need to be made by families as they have to find childcare and and deal with the fact that their children are learning from home. Exactly. So that's GonNa have a huge effect actually on the macro economy and how quickly the economy can recover because we. We quite literally have hard constraints on how much time parents can spend working because, of course, kids take a priority and someone needs to be looking after kids when schools and daycares are closed and so I think policies that help working mothers also going to help the economy as a whole during this crisis in terms of their recovery, we're going to talk about the gender wage gap coming up here on the show in just a moment, it's black women's pay day. And women have been struggling with the gender wage gap, and essentially as you just mentioned, shelly occupational segregation for years. Now, this this recession has reversed mentioned this at the top, a decade's worth of job gains. What does that mean explain that to me what reversing a decades worth of job gains? So that's just a figure, try to capture how what the number of job losses in that in that time period and tie that to to a timeframe you know those that decades worth of job losses were not gonNA stay like that. Forever. Right. We're already starting to see some jobs start to trickle back in, but it is going to have a huge factor in in the long term when we look at things like like the gender. Pay Gap, right. So I think James Report touched on this to whereas in previous recessions, the gender pay gap would actually narrow a little bit because it was men who are out of the labor force for months or years at a time, and then we're coming back into positions that were not at the same level they were in previously right and so that had the effect of narrowing it a little bit but now we're going to. See is a widening of of that gap Jane Given the economic losses in the ongoing challenges for women in the labour market how long will it take for women to catch up from these reverses we're talking about so we forecast during this crisis the gender wage gap is going to widen out of cents on the dollar. So that's true. Belly mentioned right now women earn on average about seventy five cents on the dollar and. We expect that that's going to decrease around sixty nine cents on the dollar and we expect that is gonNA take over ten years for the gender wage gap to recover to the level that it was before seventy five cents on the dollar which, of course you know we wanted to close and be a dollar for dollar but even just to get back to to where it was pre-crisis we expect it will take at least ten years. just because we know that losing a job especially in a recession has very persistent effect affects on earnings for for a long time. So losing a job during this recession, we expect is going to have a really negative impact on women's earnings for a long time. So when we think about the pandemic, what could happen from the pandemic that could be positive? Could we see that the pandemic could actually raise awareness? Or help reduce gender inequality in some way in the long term. So we talk about that. If it in our study there's kind of two dimensions of this silver lining aspects of the pandemic that we talk about. So the first one is the sort of telecommuting flexibility that workplaces are offering workers. Now persist that can actually remove one of the last barriers to closing the gender wage gap, which is kind of. And telecommuting flexibility for women. So providing women without flexibility can allow mothers to to work more hours to stay attached to the labor force even when they have small kids and so that's one aspect that might be positive going forward. If people are allowed to continue teleworking, we might actually see greater women's participation in the labor force. and. Then the other aspect is that some dads are actually getting much more involved in childcare than ever before. So we identify about ten percent of couples where the man is now working from home and the wife is working in some sort of critical occupation where she's not at home, and in those couples, the father is is suddenly the main childcare provider which has been pretty rare pre pandemic and. So, there's been some studies that show that if fathers get involved say with paid paternity leave even for a short time with their kids that can very persistent effects on how involved fathers are for for the rest of their child's childhood, and so there we expect another potential silver lining that maybe sort of the social norms about who should be the main childcare provider might shift a little bit. Of Panda I can and father's getting more involved Shabila. Carolina is the women economy reporter for the nineteenth also with US northwestern university researcher, Jane, Olmstead Ramsey, Shebele Jane thanks so much for speaking with the state for Shit. Grabbing A. White women make about seventy five cents on the dollar compared to white men lat next native and black women make fifty, four, fifty, seven and sixty, two cents respectively. That's according to US census figures black women's equal pay day is being observed today and joining me is Theresa Ellen CEO and President of women employed Sharia welcome to reset. Thank you for having me and also this Evelyn she is the president of the heartland alliance. Evelyn Welcome Thanks going to be here are true to let's start with you. Let's start with the basics. What is black women's equal payday they'll essentially black women's equal. payday is just a day that we take out to acknowledge the moment times that black women? Pay Parity of white men though simply put it means that average black women have to work nineteen months to earn on average what white men will earn at the close of Twenty nineteen. Yeah I know it's staggering and you know we talked about also led women and we know that lets you know they have to work almost two years. They're equal pay day at the end of October, and again, that could just reach parity of what white man earned five a close of twenty nineteen to sue staggering when you hear those stats and something that I'd like to hear more than just on one specific day like today. But but when we talk about that in, it's obvious when you're just talking about disparities, what impact that has on people earning but what are some of the other effects well? But it's also about your ability to take care of your family. So it's also about your ability to earn wealth. So if you really break it down for black women and you take what the law is that equate to over nineteen hundred dollars a month more than twenty, three, thousand dollars a year, and then over forty year career, you're talking about nine hundred thousand dollars. So close to a billion dollars in lost wages. So everyday average person and can sit down in understand what it would mean if you lost twenty three thousand dollars or if you had an additional twenty, three thousand dollars and your household income's what does that be with your ability to be able to Save money whether they need with your ability to provide a better education for your children or for yourself go back to school or for some just to have stable housing in to remove themselves when the ranks of poverty and I know Evelyn can speak more to that Trudeau Ellen's is, with us, President CEO. Of Women employed I want to bring in India. She is the president of the heartland alliance when we're talking about black women's equal pay day this issue affects other minority women as well. Evelyn is not just black women. That's absolutely right now I wanna just actually start by saying that people often think that the pay gap is an issue that affects professional level women. But women are actually underrepresented in high wage jobs over represented in the lower east jobs. So one way to think about this as we're talking about jobs as cashiers in retail workers, home health aides, childcare workers, janitors, housekeepers, restaurants are. These professors are dominated by women and they're still massive pay gaps among women of color versus white men in those same jobs We're also talking about when I say low wage jobs we're talking about jobs at pay of less than eleven dollars per hour. Two thirds of low wage workers are women and half of workers are women of color. That are really understand what the pay gap means for black and Latte next women. The picture becomes clearer the further down the income scale the. Now. Those lower ends of the spectrum you start to see that not only are black and brown women paid less than white men. But the kinds of jobs that they're working in are notorious for unpredictable work schedules lack of benefits right like paid sick leave in the family and medical health insurance, and that makes it really difficult for working MOMS to plan for childcare perform caregiving responsibilities. And worse, it means that decision that they might make to stay home because they're sick becomes a decision about their economic survival. So lack women's equal payday. We need to acknowledge that it's both about unequal pay for equal work and it's about low quality jobs that together conspire to make cheating economic security nearly impossible for black men and Latin next women and those issues the really the impetus for the fair week. Ordinance. That we just Passed and and and all of the issues that have been exacerbated by Covid, nineteen because I saw the staff that it's women women of color that are bearing the brunt of layoffs and losing jobs in the cove nineteen era and as you talk about this, it makes sense where if you're looking at companies that are wanting to lay off because they want to get to their bottom line, it seems the most vulnerable are GonNa. Be Women. Of Color Yeah. We know that despite black women being six point, three percent of the overall workforce, they'd make up eleven percent of the frontline workforce, these workers that we are calling essential. So one in three, which is like thirty seven percent of black women overall are in front my job. So you know when you think about how are be interacted by this pan-demic that we're in not just impacted because they are at risk right every. Day, at risk putting their lives on the line of being effected by covert. But they're also disproportionately impacted by being laid off in four load and having hours cut during this time. But because they are NBC's traditionally low pay rose because we don't value the work, the occupations of bring to our society because they're in these worlds, they also don't have the ability to save for a rainy day. There was a survey that times up. Recently put out they did a survey of of closer three thousand adult workers between the ages of. Sixty four and when they surveyed these women and we knew that forty eight percent of black women that were surveyed and fifty one percent of black women that were surveyed said one that they did not have enough money to cover their basic needs and also sixty percent of those let next women and fifty five percent of those black women that that they have less than two hundred dollars in state. Rita Ellen's Evelyn. You hear these numbers in here Sherie rattle that off and it's startling in the sense that someone needs to be responsible. Blows my mind is we're having this moment of racial reckoning and just this idea that somewhere somehow an organization, a corporation, a business owner someone right now is deciding to pay women of color less that I mean you just break that down and get simple in that form that I mean there's nothing else to point to but racism. Absolutely. It's Discrimination Racial Discrimination Gender Discrimination. and. There are these other systemic barriers to right. There's the pay gaps quality of work issues. I. Know Women Employ Treatise Organization has done a really great job of kind of cataloging the ways the safety networks against women The fact that they need to take time off to have children works against tremendous. They're actually quite a few factors that come into play but. Hartland lions just did a report in twenty nineteen about poverty and we took a look at all the different ways that poverty affects women in particular. And we concluded that if we could do only one thing, it would eliminate the pay gap in Illinois because that by itself would more than slash in half women's working poverty rates, it would translate into sixteen percent increase in women's earnings. That translates into twenty point five billion dollars for Illinois's economy. And one point one million children would benefit to reducing poverty rate for kids with working mom's by forty percent. So we'll be sitting on a panel street and I along with some colleagues having a conversation about how we begin to bring people together and build an inclusive movement to address this issue because it's so pervasive it's holding so many women back and I. Think it's time for us to start holding people accountable for the ways that they fight back against these policies in try to keep things kind of as they are. It's easy for us to say, well, they're the political party of of white men. So yes, they're going to protect it, but you can make an argument that Republicans and Democrats Democrats may talk about it, but they don't do anything about it. This pay equity the issue of a disparity between men and women and white men and women of color is been on their watches. Well. So Evelyn when when you think about that, it almost feels like the political parties and and everything even if it's going to be a Abidin Harris White House there's no sense that this is necessarily on the front burner, and this is something that our political system in our federal government wants to take on. So there is some cause for hope, women have been making some progress on this. Kobe nineteen represents a threat. We could really lose a lot of the progress that we made, but there is some cause for hope at the national level of usually we saw Joe Biden name Senator, Kamla Harris's running. We know we have our own mayor here in Chicago who's the first black woman they have our city they're women running for office more than we've ever seen before they're winning, and so there are signs that there's momentum rate. Now around women's issues the ratification of the era in Nevada. Illinois Virginia me two times up. But we know what it's like to go to Springfield and try to get legislation passed for example, that address some of these barriers to women's hey equality and they're always lobbyists that fight against us and those bills. Women employed does our coalition partners know? And I think that often times the bills come up. Advocates get quoted a lot in. We don't pay a lot of attention to WHO's fighting to keep things the way that they are but there are absolutely lobbyists are fighting to protect their corporations or their industries prophets, and so I think the answer there is we need to be shutting some more light on. This issue, right and they asked tougher questions of those people, why are they opposing? It proves that the cons to them outweigh the benefits to workers in the state's economy. For example, you need to be pushing harder to help others understand why pushing harder matters. Shrida do share the sentiment that there's hope that the idea that there is more light that's being shown on this issue and that the pay gap could be something that as a country as a world, we put some priority. To in the next couple of years, I do I would hope that many of us that are advocates are always so full because that's what allows us to do this work every single day, and this most recent wave of civil in racial unjust that we have seen across the country continues to shine the light on the inequalities that we have in this country that's stopping us from being our best self, and I, do think that there are many people that are motivated to eliminate. Inequalities because they know that it's for the better good of the society it's for the better good of our communities and our families I share that there are a lot of people out there that are interested in actually changing and not going back to the waking were and reimagining what we look like as a society what we look like as a nation. So well, great conversation Shrewd Allen says the presence of women employed Evelyn de as president of the heartland alliance today is black women's equal pay Tarita Evelyn. Thanks so much for joining me project lake surrounding us. That's Today's reset. What would you do without your daily Reset Conversation Either the make sure you subscribe to this podcast until you friends I'm Justin Kauffman. Thanks for listening and we'll catch you right back here. Tomorrow.

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Mariya Koroleva Synch Swim

The Travel Wins

39:35 min | 6 months ago

Mariya Koroleva Synch Swim

"Podcast Maria Corre. Lisa how are you today? Maria? Thank you for having your name rank. That's her yes. Well correlathe clean interrupted since I was born and raised in Russia enough said then the queen. I'll just call you the queen. I want to thank you for coming onto you. You're a two time Olympian in synchronized swimming. And the duets I believe. And then also you also competed at Stamford at the college level. Which I honestly didn't know they did synchronized swimming at the college level. Ye-ye-yeah these new. So we're not this William and keep to a sport but there are quite a lot of schools around the country that have synchronized swimming programs. A lot of them are pluses. Stanford was Varsity and we're happy to be one school so serious. You know being student athlete. I think is is really really cool college there. I mean that the campus. I mean he's my impression you get into Palo Alto and it's it's a great college town and the student athlete level up there as phenomenal. Oh absolutely I mean I think I think Stanford is obviously one of the one of the best schools in the world and they think it's gets amazing that we have so many high-calibre athletes who also are so strong academically. I think it's it's quite amazing but also poses a lot of challenges when you're traveling and competing and you know for me personally. I was for for several of the years. I was trying to also train on the national team and compete for that were smoking while swimming for Stanford and obviously going to school so definitely poses some unique Hurdles to overcome is that just all scheduling and not a friend or boyfriend. Yeah pretty much I mean I personally feel like I got the full college experience even though I was juggling so many things and like I said my like my was even different than a regular student athlete because I was you know during the whole National Team. I had to take my senior year off completely insane for the Olympics. On and then yeah just a lot of travel trying to figure out how to you know work. Take past things like that now. Did you see a difference between Traveling for sink in in college versus the net. You know when when you graduated in the national team. Is there a big difference or was it just did? I guess I'm without having the college courses was a lot easier for you. Oh yeah definitely. I mean the whole added stress of drugs to you. Know do homework and take tests ready. So when you're trying to also focus on your sport I think the biggest difference between collegiate travel and and national aside from not having the academic of it was further in the collegiate space we only have domestically so a lot of our competitions would be you know. Tarazona and maybe Florida Ohio. But when you're on the national team most of your sins are GonNa be international so that brings a whole slew of of of other things like you know time differences jet lag and and things like that. The schools owning is a big component of Collegiate girl and it's definitely a big weight off your chest when you don't need to think about that anymore. While you're you know traveling and competing for for basketball team and the other thing that that blew me away when I was starting to do some research on us how much practice sink. Synchro does or has a single. I don't know that there are too many sports that have a higher. I personally don't think that there is another sport that needs to train as much as we do. I mean even gymnasts your skaters. I don't think that they spend as much time at practice. I mean for us. It's it's a fulltime job. It's more than a full time job. You know we trained from for the Real Olympics. It was about seven. Am to four PM with maybe a half hour lunch break which is really sort of you know. In most of that time you are in the fool. You're treading water and I. It's it's a lot. You're you know by the end of my career. I was just in a constant state of fatigue but I was just constantly tired in funny when I retired. And you know I was no longer training ten hours a day I was like. Oh my God. This is this your like to actually have energy into nausea exhausted all the time. It was weird thing that like I just got used to that feeling of. Just you know wanting to go to bed at like nine. Pm Waking Up with super hard everything hurts. Everything is tired So yeah that was. That was a a very pleasant change for me. Did you have to it was it was it? Was it weird adjusting your diet. Because you know when you're working eight working eight nine hours. You burn a ton of calories awesome. You're not Goss I mean even when I was lemming I mean for me personally like I was one of the girls who always told you know from age like seventeen that I had to lose weight like always so I still had to watch what I eat like. I could've just eat whatever I wanted while I was competing but definitely after I was done like. That was a big challenge for me. I mean to be honest. It's three and a half years later. I'm still kind of working through what. What can I eat what Sydney how often they work out and yeah? You're going from swimming for ten hours a day to sitting in a desk for definitely amount of time. You're not exercising as you. You know you have two different things. And it's there's no like roadmap like nobody teaches you. Oh you know when you're done competing this is what you can do. So there's not a ton of resource athlete. Who Goes through that Kansas. And so it's it's definitely a challenge. Well I know even with the Athletes. I've talked to Especially like NFL players. Who are the three of? How am I show her twenty five twenty six years old and retired but they've never had a real job because they've never through high school college and then obviously a couple of years in the pros? They've never had a fulltime job now. All of a sudden they get done. Oh what do I do now? Yep It's something that's not talked about very much I think in this is why I kinda started blogging and writing to kind of get some more. Just open up the conversation about what happens to athletes after they retire. I think we're so focused on you know performance medals and things like that but once once somebody's retired it's like you you don't hear about them anymore. I mean we barely hear about Michael Phelps. Nowadays and he was he's the greatest athletes of all time. So yeah and it's it's much more challenging. I think people realize People just assume. Oh well you know see. What's the Olympics? And that's so great and so she's just going to have a successful career in whatever she does and people just don't think about the the struggles that athletes go through once their life completely changes when they retire. I talked to a guy who played his last last time. He played the Seattle seahawks but he was a team. Captain North Carolina and you know d. One Program All American. And he was he was actually he goes. I thought it was interesting. You probably relate to us. He said he was jealous of all of his friends whereas they were jealous of him. When he's playing for the New Orleans Saints and the Seahawks. He's now jealous of them because they had four or five years to get their feet and have jobs and nick divorced moving up and he's doing out competing against twenty two year olds and his. That's exactly how I saw. I was twenty six and I retired and I got my first job like real job at twenty seven and that was my entry level position co coming into the business world and yet you just feel like you're super late to everything you're getting some delays star in. Yeah I understand that you know so many years of my life focusing on the Olympics and yes. I'm so proud of what I've accomplished but I also have professional goals that I wonder if you can feeling like you're already behind. Is You know. It's kind of a an unsettling healing. But you'll get through yeah. I'm sure I'm sure I will. I just you know I'm very type. A. I you know very ambitious. So of course it's you know. I just I want. I want my cellphone accomplished a lot. And it's just have to remind myself that you know it's okay if I'm not quite there yet. Exactly well you know. There are so many thirty forty and fifty year olds at when they start over feel the same way h you. But you're you're I guess the drive you had to become an Olympic athlete. Vote will make you successful in anything you choose to do. Yeah I I think that's the other so many skills and qualities that you learn. Well you're an athlete that can translate to their working world that can really benefit S. I think what kind of work you do now but I can. I can only imagine going. Well it's not putting goop in my hair and yes yes. So I I work visa now and they have a program specifically for Olympian Paralympian. Who actually just opened applications for our next cohorts. And it's a teaching program so we get to spend six months For four six months not on different teams that visa. So it's really it's really interesting and you know. Luckily he's one of those companies that really values the value that only been brings to company. So it's it's really amazing. Yes sometimes when you know. When I'm tired in the morning I have to. You know get up early. I always think you know what I could eat something cold for right now and I'm not and I don't need to so I think this is GonNa be okay. You'll get through. Don't exactly I should say when you were getting ready for London and in Rio. How did you were you training at different times? I guess if you're real or London and you're you'RE GONNA if you'RE GONNA be competing in the two to three o'clock in the afternoon. Did you try and get used to training at home and you know later at night so so it'll be an afternoon to you or is it just to get their new show up. Yeah that's actually. That's a good question before competition so if we know that the competition itself is going to be like at an odd hour we will try to kind of mimic our our practices so that we swim like we do our whole run through of our program at the time that we would typically compete. So but you wouldn't do that until maybe like just a couple of weeks before the competition But Yeah you definitely want your body to kind of get used to being ready at a certain time. I mean. This goes mostly for like big competitions. I mean we've competed in China a couple of times and there were like the actual competition swim was at like nine PM. And I remember being not only not used to swimming that late but also being so incredibly jet lagged. I felt like I was just asleep like during during the actual sweat. And so yeah we kind of we definitely try to prepare as best as possible. For the circumstances. That will will face at the competition because I was just thinking I'm actually going to Japan. Tokyo in April and the Olympics are coming up and so we didn't want to go there in the summertime because obviously it's craziness I mean it's crazy already with thirty eight million people in that city so I was just thinking yeah. I don't yeah I mean going to. I don't know why for knee going to. China has been like the worst jet like. I've ever experienced so much worse than going to Europe and I'm not sure I'm not sure why but like after even after spending a week inside out I still wasn't used to the time difference on. It was really really rough for me to not have no idea of. What did you bring your food or do they set it up there and you just eat what they have? Or how do you you know because I know a lot of athletes are pretty strict diets? Yeah they have food at every competition like either of you or the pool. They always provide all the meals but whenever we traveled to China specifically I mean I would always bring you know. Peanut Butter Like tuna packets things like that because one one thing i. I don't like a ton of vegetables and I know that you know. Asian diets are very vegetable heavy so there was not a whole lot that I could eat over there. I mean I and I don't love you know kind of Chinese food in general. I remember the only things that I would actually eat would be rice and watermelon and then I would know. Bring my own soon. I thought made sure to how symposium crackers and bars and peanut butter and things like that Just so I have some of my own. You know food that food that I'm used to at home but usually when we go to Europe quickly would just bring protein bars and then like posting powder and Looking electrolyte powder like our data raider fighter. Maximum actually the one that I was kind of obsessed with for a long time But other than that I think the food at the conscience is usually sufficient. That's again that's all. I think some of the things up people don't realize when they're watching because that's just where my nose you know I'm like Oh my God you know if my wife and I were just getting ready Mike Okay. Well we're GONNA have to see if we sleep on the playboy. I get on the plane and we wake up about four or five hours later. It'd be like we're waking up in the morning and Tokyo and then when we land at four o'clock in afternoon we'll be more ready to you. Know what I mean. Oh totally guy was definitely. Yeah well no but I mean I understand that because even if you're gonNA indication you WanNa you WanNa try to maximize your time there. You don't want to spend your time there sleeping or you know feeling bad because you're Jelacic and for us especially when we're competing it's like you WanNa be prepared as possible. So yeah I mean I would. I would definitely try to come up with a plan beforehand and other other people on my team. You know didn't really care as much as I think because I'm more of a planner I tried to kind of think ahead and sometimes it works. Sometimes it didn't but I think overall it it definitely was a benefit you know. I would feel much better when I when you know when I get to the knee or if I didn't feel good I would be able to adjust to the tide zone much faster and I think that that's got to be a big fact. You don't even like I know altitude wise you know when the Olympic Games were Mexico City. You're up a mile over a mile. We competed we competed in. I think I mean really the only competition. We competed on that. Did have that type of issue was the twenty eleven. Panamerican Games in Guadalajara Mexico. Which was up at altitudes so we actually did a six week training camp in Colorado Springs at the Olympic training. Center there Because it's you know pretty high altitude and so we would be used to tonight one. What's the competition and I mean if you can imagine synchronized swimming it takes a lot of you know breath control where underwater for a long time trying to do that. I also sued is. It's terrifying like you're like gasping for air and you just you feel like you're gonNA pass out but I. I am very glad that we did that. Preparation because if we hadn't and we had trained at sea level you know and then you go to the media and all of a sudden you're you can barely breathe because you're not used to the altitude Again we try to. We try to think of those things ahead of time and bs appeared as a possible. I do Ju Jitsu and I thought it was in pretty good shape until I went to Denver for Work Awesome. Starting to spar with people and I'm like Oh my God I have to take a break. I can't breathe. I mean this is like I would get winded and I remember I mean even now I my mom was in Colorado. Every time I go I always thought it was like Gosh really that. I've seen like go up the stairs saying I mean you do you do get you. Of course. Yeah especially if you're going to be out at a at a completely high level of athletic competition. Yeah Yeah what did you? I mean you had some really long flights and a lot of sitting around. What what did you do to fill up your time? Was it reading listening to music? I mean obviously. You're probably studying when you're in college. Yeah I mean yeah like I said in college. We didn't have too many. You know actually really none no trips outside of the US. So yeah. During you know the domestic trips I would just be doing homework or you know sleeping during the longer flights internationally. I think kind of dependent on where where we're going so if we were going to Europe I would you know try and take a sleeping pill and sleep the entire time so then if we got there in the morning you know God would have been you know ideal on the for the Pennzoil and then other times where I again. I tried to kind of plan ahead and be like a ten hour flight. I need to sleep for you. Know for five hours You know I need to fill up. You know five hours of doing something other than sleeping on the flight so I typically do just like a combination of things. Watch a movie read. I mean as soon as I start reading. I get sleepy. I don't know what it is about being on a plane and reading a book but it literally always just put an put me to sleep While I was competing I used to be really into cross-stitching Kind of a Russian thing if you like all girls know how to cross it in the US. It's a little bit more of like a grandma thing so I used to bring like my cross stitching on the plane and then I would put on a movie and then I would do it as you know as I'm as we're flying And then of course I tried to stand up and stretch a little bit in the in the back of the plane To be honest said that was probably the worst thing that I was that I was like. I was just not good about that. I could you know I could sit in the same seat for eight hours. Never get up Which is really bad but I know you know for an athlete that is really really important and I did notice a big difference in the way I felt if I was completely stationary the entire or if I actually got up and you know maybe just get a couple of squats and stretch out your body just gets so incredibly stiff and you know. We always fly economy. It's not like we fly business so you're cramps and God forbid you're in the middle seeing it you know it's just so uncomfortable just just way you saying it gets Lords. You're getting stiff now. I can tell you I played football for ten years wrestled. Jitsu was athletic my whole life and now things just hurt more. Oh God there's days when I pretended I didn't even even between my first and Second Olympics I was twenty two in my first game. Twenty six and my second one and now. I've given away my age which I said I wasn't going to do but you know what whatever here we are Even though I know I know you didn't I did it. All by myself But even union but see my first and second game. I already felt the difference in my body and the way the way. You responded to travel responded to you know less leads and things like that so I we actually I did get to fly. Business wants to competition and that was actually the the twenty twelve Olympics and that was because they were in London and that was only because I had had a dachshund jury Six months prior and my doctors strongly insisted that. I Y business so I could you know. Lean all the way back in the seat and so luckily. Usc think was kind enough to you. Know upgrade me which definitely was a big big big help. I mean when you recline back. I literally slept on the entire flight. Your series is completely different. You you land in your refresh instead of being drafted I mean if it wasn't so darn expensive guys. I you know do it all the time. Hey we're flying or we're actually my wife. We're going to Japan and my wife hates flying so we're actually the one thing. We spent money on upgrading to the business so she can have. Yeah not I mean you. Can you can upgrade with your miles on the loyal United Customer Service and limbic sponsor? And I've definitely done all of the credit cards that maximize traveled points and things like that mainly so I can use them. Knocking redeem flights but upgrade huge. I mean that's that's what I use my points for and now the South West goes to Hawaii makes me even happier. Yeah and then you get your vision and you're just you're happy and ready to go. Oh we'll see I'm excited about going to Japan. You know. Even just seeing the the Olympics I was around during the eighty four Olympics when they're here in Los Angeles and I went to wrestling and I went to some of the swimming meets Because my mom was a swimmer and and so we went to a lot of swim meets and all that just the Olympics are awesome. I mean it's just a cool experience. Yeah they're truly amazing. I mean I think there's nothing quite like the Olympics. Even you know super bowl or does he will up. You know huge huge guns but to me there's just something so unique about the Olympics and nothing nothing will ever to it and I mean I went to the World Cup for World Cup in two thousand eighteen in Russia I worked Would be the pocatello program and yeah it was really cool to be you know around the city. Everything is buzzing if so many fans everywhere. But it's still. It's not the same as dot Olympic energy. I think truly so special. I think I would recommend it to anyone to try to go twenty Olympics at least once in their life. It's it's just so cool. We've got the La Games coming back. I think at twenty twenty eight. Yeah Yeah it's super exciting which which is exciting to see and experience as a as a resident kinda sucks. The traffic is going to be pretty. Yeah yeah traffic is always a little. Traffic's off so just adding but I I mean you're right I mean it's it's hard to explain to somebody to watch somebody win a gold medal and she's like forget about it. I saw a couple of Goldman right one for the US into wrestling and it was like. Wow this is just does not suck. How do I have a few synchronized swimming questions for you? Sure how did you get started? How does someone go? I'm GONNA DO SYNCHRONOUS LIVING. Yeah will so sync with kind of a well in the. Us specifically it's kind of a regional sports so it's not like it's everywhere like swimming gymnastics so. I moved to the US from Russia. And I was nine and the the suburb of San Francisco. That we moved to has a big synchro called. They're very well known in the community they had. I think we have one as twenty one or twenty two Olympians Who have come out of this club so I literally just got a flyer at school for it was like a crash course and synchronised swimming. I had no idea what that was And I had done some genetics like a little bit of swimming back muscle and so this just seems like the perfect combination of those sports and you know as a little girl. You see you see these. You know. These girls in Berkeley swimsuits music. And it looks like they're like dancing in the water and it looked so fun So that that was kind of like the initial offer me and then as I started training. And you know getting more into it I. I'm super competitive. So it was more the side of me that just wanted to get better into improve and it was fun for me to see those improvements and then and then I you know wanted to be the best inger somor that I could And then yeah then I got the second for life. Is there an ideal body type for synchro? Yes and I do not have that. It's funny like looking back. I'm like Gosh I really am not genetically built Grosso. Sometimes I'm like God it's like good job Maria fractionally making it. You know the two Olympics without how the genetic advantages So a typical going somewhere that I mean. If you're tall and your legs along your legs will look high and long and beautiful in the water. So you're kind of it's kind of like you know a ballerina. The the slimmer and the the the nicer those lines bars the better on I think also flexibility is a big part of it. I mean a lot of people. A lot of kids are boards of having more flexible joints and muscles and I was not one of those kids I mean I had. I had an injury hip so there was. You know certain stretches would really hurt it so I wasn't a flexible as I really should have been even with working on not And I think yeah I think. Just my my height and by five Both of my partners that I have with in London and then agree. Oh they were both taller than me. and then just being like. Finn I guess is you know. Just it just makes you look better in the water and unfortunately it is an aesthetic sport so body energy is is important and it's tough because I mean we all know you know. In recent years the media has you know brought this to light so much more. How how things like that can affect. You know the way that you see yourself and then you can get into unhealthy patterns and and things like that so we definitely have that that kind of danger In the sport because so much of it is focused on the way that you look. My sister did gymnastics. All the way through college Santa Barbara D one. And it's a subjective judging sport just like saying and my sister got weighed every day. We are at one point called. Yeah on one of the teams that I was on We had a way in every Wednesday morning. And so you know they evening. It's like you could just see. We were training at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado at this time. And you could just see everybody's dinner was you know a third of of what they normally eat. And when did they warning? It's like nobody would eat breakfast then we would get weighed and then people were trying to like you. Know stuff their face because they have to go to practice right away So yeah I mean but it's just it's just the reality of of our sport and there I mean I'm I was fortunate enough to never like I never got to that point where I was. You know completely starving myself or you know was believed or anything like that but I. It was still constantly on my mind. You know that I should be eating healthier and I should be eating less and and things like that and it wasn't until the very end of my career maybe like the last two years that I feel like actually figured out okay for me. This is what I need to do to look. You know the way that I wanNA look And again I think there was one of those more. Like unique sports because in gymnastics example like you can be a little bit more muscular and maybe a little bit bigger but if you can do all of the tricks and things like that and it's like you know it doesn't really matter and synchro you you have to be you know like small intones but you also have to have enough muscles to be able to not only sane user within our practice but to just swim at a certain level. You know it's dot combination. I think is is is really hard to attain as large and some of your videos and I'm just like I can't use the word but I was dumbfounded. It was incredible to think that I mean I'm a pretty good swimmer. Em You know. My mom was a competitive swimmer and so she taught me how to swim when I was a kid. A baby and You know I can. I can dive and do all this stuff but to see what you guys do underneath the water was it's got to be. I don't know for me. It's frustrating. I hate I hate subjective. Judging I'd watch I'd go to all my sisters gymnastics meet and go home la. She did just as good as that. Girl Negra just you know but it's what the judges wanted to see what they were hoping to see but the thing about gymnastics uneven figure skating and I think in any sport they try to make it more like undetected with possible so do not they start values. So you know if you're if you're routine is more difficult but you don't execute it as well you know you're still gonNA get credit for it in synchro because all of the routines are so different from one. Another it's like it's Har- it's harder to make it more objective but they're they're definitely trying to you know even considering things like you know team submitting a video of their routine prior to the competition so that judges can evaluate wait the difficulty of their routine so that when they judge it. They're just judging. How well they execute it but it's definitely frustrating. I mean so many times in my career. It's like you. You're like Oh i. Did you know I did better than than this team? And you don't end up getting score that you deserve. I mean literally the epitome of my career. It wasn't until the Real Olympics. I actually that was the first international competition I went to that. I was so shocked to see our scores in a good way. I had never experienced before. Like this sounds really kinda depressing. But it's true like literally every competitions and went to. It was just disappointment. You know just constantly thinking. Gosh we deserve more. We better and Rio. Twenty sixteen was so amazing. The gossip feeling is like so so cool. Feeling like you. You've got what you feel like you deserve so many retired and then I retired. I mean I knew I knew I was going to retire. Kind of going into the Olympics. I really think it was just it was time and I think it was kind of cool to be able to end end on a high. Yeah yeah absolutely you know like I said. I watched some of your your your competitions with Anita and I was like you guys were dead money. I mean you might be a little higher. I mean when you start looking at first nitpicking things that but you guys were perfect so I don't understand but those are the things. Yeah I mean a naked eye to somebody who doesn't know synchro you you look at our routine and and oh well. They're they're great you know. Why didn't they win? But when you know synchro better you see all those little nuances and those little errors and mistakes and you know unmatched position and you see like and that's what makes the difference and knock was judged and if you compare us to the best in the world. They're doing you know they're moving faster. They're higher in the water. They're doing much more difficult moves. So there's there's just a lot of work to be done. There's there's so many things that can be you know fixed and improved on the work literally never ads. And then you're you're chasing perfection which of course as you know unattainable yet. That's what we're trying to works whereas every single day you guys came ninth at the Real Yup so we finished eleventh in London the Ninth in Rio and actually Anita and I when we competed at the World Championships in two thousand fifteen me finish twelve and so to move up from nine. Thousand one year is actually unheard of in grow so everybody always asks. Oh you know that you win you get a metal and when I say that I got nine. People are always like oh well at least you know you got to go like you know trying to console me. I always say I was so happy to get nine for us. It's like a metal and I don't care that I sit on the podium. I mean we knew we were good enough for that but for us moving up three thoughts in one year and beating some of the other. Do we have that? We've never beaten before like that was so rewarding and that was so cool. So you know. There's you know. Only one duet one team is is going to win at the Olympics. But that doesn't mean that all the other teams didn't accomplish something amazing see and. I definitely don't feel that way. Consol you you came ninth in the world. You know you it making cool if you come in ninth in the world and anything. That's an organized sport. I mean it's not like ninth in the world at flippant a flower upside down or something but like a legitimate sport. Just I mean that's exactly I. I think it's it's the coolest experience ever I mean it. It's a high price to pay You higher for some people than others like for me personally. Would you know in in a lot of ways? That was a very high price to pay. But what I do it all over again. Yeah absolutely so I mean like I said there. There won't be too many more times in your life where you get to go. Were you even get the opportunity? Become ninth or top ten in the world of any anything you do. Oh Yeah Not. Yeah not at all and I know when I was going into Rio and like I said I was. I knew that that was going to be my last go round. I wasn't gonNA TRAIN FOR TOKYO. Twenty twenty and I remember like getting to the village in Rio and just every single day having the thought in my mind like I kept telling myself you're never going to do this again. You're never gonNA be in the Olympic Village or in the Olympic venue as an athlete ever again so soak it all in remember as much as he can and I like I feel like I remember those Olympics so David Lee and Virginia versus London. I I mean I your first game. It's like everything's so overwhelming. Everything is so exciting that you are most like. It's like so overwhelming that you can't you don't remember learned it or at least the details of it But definitely with real. It's like I have just so many memories. I remember like the physical feeling that I had you know in so many of those nowadays That yeah it's just really cool awesome. Thank you so much for the time. What's the best way for my listeners? Or anyone that wants to call you and get more information about seeing swimming from you. What's the best way to stay in touch with you? Yeah so I'm mostly active on instagram. And my handle is I'm currently bus O. K. O. R. O. L. E. V. A. On would love to connect with anybody who who wants to On instagram. And then I do have my own website and blog and it's just Maria correlate dot com. So you know just my my name And Maria cells and they are I Y A it's not Mariah it's Maria were moving to the. Us My my documents were made in France and for some reason they took away my name and one duck with their for life. Also I mean so So many people. Yeah Yeah Yeah so yeah. Thank you so much for having me and you know to be for the opportunity to share my experience. It's been really great and you know I'd love to connect with with any of your listeners. Or anyone who just wants to connect about anything or or Reading books yes exactly as my latest Mellitus Instagram's stories say Book Club. I like that. Yeah Yeah and what I want to check out that totally bass book. Yeah no it was good and I mean the whole premise of the of the you know what I just posted on instagram stories. As I had so many like books that I've read that were great books but you know it's like I'm not gonna read them again and I don't have space for more books so I was just thinking like why don't I just gave them away like maybe so my followers would be interested in. You know it's almost like this is sort of the traveling pants. You can mail off the book and then they can pass it on to another person and you know why not share their good book that I've read so I don't know we'll see we'll see what comes out of it. I think it would be fun. I like to thank all right. Well enjoy your day. Thank you so much again for your time. I truly appreciate it. Yeah I think it's awesome. Okay thanks very. I'll talk to you soon. Thanks of I.

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008 Tara Romano: Your Life Unleashed

Alignment Essentials: Inspirational Conversations for Living

26:47 min | 8 months ago

008 Tara Romano: Your Life Unleashed

"Welcome to alignment essentials podcast. That gives you the essential tools living in alignment. Get Out of your own way. Hey and create the life you want. The time is now now here your hosts. John Roberts and Serena Ursa welcome to our next episode of alignment essentials. The living in alignment. I am read here with Slough and we are beyond excited today. Eight to have the one in only teramoto join us. I've known here for quite a few years now and we have wanted to do something together and as is you'll have it. The Universe is brought us all together today to have a great conversation about empowerment. Go figure and you can unleash rush that desire that you have inside yourself for your greatness so welcome tear. We're so happy to have you. I am so honored to be on paths talking with you guys and I'm just feeling such good energy and excitement about it. Yeah we are too you know that is we are energy people. Aren't we so the great things about practicing act to sing. Hang attention to how you feel that you can tap into people's energy very very quickly and when you meet somebody who's really got that helpful empowering expanding energy you can just feel it immediately and you're like yeah. I'm going to be spending more time with that person right air so it's really cool. Oh how it brings us together when the timing is when it's on it's on so so let's get you. We wanted to talk to you. A little bit about outs I you and what you've been up to where you've been how what your story is. And then we really WANNA get into an event that you have coming up one of the many things that you have going on but maybe you could just still our listeners in. I'm you know who you are. We know they're going to really relate to you and your story. Oh Gosh I always try to put it into a reader's digest version. So I just turned forty two not too long ago really make I feel like I'm twenty seven and I remember number. I started in the the dance and fitness industry more fitness industry. Honestly when I was like nineteen I fell in love with it and then I became a group exercise instructor literally teaching everything under the Sun from like rebounding to step to spend to like aerobics and then i John Dance fitness which is ironic. Because I never was really a dancer I mean the the amount of damn thing I got pretty much my mom when I was five years old I threw myself the floor and cried every time I had to go to them but yeah it was so funny and I would always because I was always saying well. Why didn't she dance? That have been Britney Spears backup dancer or something and she does. She always told me that story and I wasn't cheerleader. So I just loved teaching and I love just the group aspect. There's something about being being up in front of the room leading people through movement motivating them seeing the changes like. There's something about like the energy of someone that changes like when they're in a room with other people all like you know whatever their goal might be working for whatever that is so I Actually went back to college at a later. Date never thirty issue when I went back for health and I say this because when I was done I was looking for Health is job. I couldn't find one for the life of me and I come from the restaurant industry. I literally started washing dishes when I was ten years old. I'm such as like I'm a hard worker. I never had less than three. W TWO FORMS AND END I. Yeah I my last year of having a bunch of jobs. I had seven w two forms with all the things that I was doing all the classes that I was teaching You know all the restaurants I worked at and I say that it couldn't find a teaching job but I found network marketing which is so crazy because when someone mentioned that word to me like you know nine. In years ago I was like and whisper like I don't WanNa be one of those people but I just realized that I wasn't educated in what the actual business was and when I found network marketing rating. I found personal development. No one really told me you can be your have anything that you want like. It was the first time I heard that and I I had heard about Dr Hill and it was funny only because my sister and I had actually given me a Marianne Williamson book when I was Nineteen Yup and and she would let me listen to these cassette tape like. This is back when I was like like like like maybe early teens. Like she'd give me these cassette tapes and I couldn't understand for the life of me and she gave me the book and just didn't resonate with me. They didn't get it for once. I started diving deep into like events. Hod Cast I You know had been therapy my whole life literally like I started therapy when I was ten years old. We all ars great but like coaching was just so different. So like all of this combined on like Oh my. Gosh I'm like I can just do more and be more or and I don't have to just like go like I already felt like Kinda guilty about going to college at a later date not finding a job but I remember vividly you sitting like no not sitting standing behind my laugh. bartending job looking out into the ocean and as the kids like I say twenty two year olds come in hung over from the night before four. And I'm there and I'm like thirty three going on thirty four. I'm like I know there's gotta be more so That's when I just started to. You know I started doing more with network marketing. I left the gym. I grew up in so to speak because they wouldn't give me any more classes. I was allowed to teach anywhere else or give me a pay raise. I ventured off on my own and it was such an interesting journey like with. That's kind of where it all started and Like kind of probably around when I started to notice who you are and with connected with you and I was just watching Megyn inspiring people and I kind of just went with it like that. Then I wasn't really a comparing or anything. I was so interested in what people were doing and I felt like I could do more so oh interesting I just loved it. But you put that in a reader's digest it all. We got a lot more in common than I realized because as I grew up in the restaurant business which means we both started in sales when we were very young. 'cause that's and service as well to other people I just I. I always thought everybody should wait a table. At some point in their life it would change their dining experience. That's for sure and I have to ask you about the network marketing. You know just to touch on that because I've been involved in that and it is such an it's such a perfect example of perception. You know I think there are times in our lives where we have to ask ourselves like really honest questions and when I was you know exposed to it I really enjoyed it and still do and I had that same thing in my mind. You know like I can sell these products. I loved them. I believe in them this. This is a no-brainer. But I don't want to talk to people about the business because that's just really annoying and people don't want to hear about all these I'd talk myself out of the whole thing you know to- completely completely in my own way about that and that was exactly what I did back in the day. 'cause that's an library. Forget Goule right Arna that. Yeah and I'm. I'm actually grateful that we didn't because those hours of I said to myself okay. What is my problem? I have to be honest with myself. My problem is I'm ignorant I'd ignorant to this topic. I don't understand the business so I don't have any reason to be pushing against this 'cause I don't even know what I'm pushing against I'm just pushing against so. I've got some belief systems that are embedded. I picked him up somewhere along the way and I need to look at those because they're really not justified. I just adopted them from other people. I don't even know where especially think so. When I started to do my homework I was like this is the coolest thing ever so I just want to make that point because not that? I'm trying to upsell network marketing. It doesn't need my help. It does quite well on its own but because we really teach Asia and I believe you do as well to look at what. Your belief systems are to pay attention. To what word you speak and it because those those are your thoughts that have manifested into believes did not manifest into your experience. That is your reality so if you have a strong belief around that there's going to be some obstacles you know that that pushing against feeling is going to bring. Oh for sure I feel like it's interesting because I feel like with network marketing for me. I cared a lot about what people thought I mean. I feel like that's so comes up but I'm just so much more aware of it but then like you know before I even started the business I remember Mr being like. Oh I'm so sick of you. The crime to me about bartending and not finding a teaching like why don't you just take a look at this. I'm like I am not selling people on thing she's like let me ask you question no like do you love the products. They change your life and I'm a guest. She said. Why would you keep that from am one so I just like I? I guess growing up like network marketing was just like a dirty word. It was like what old men did like a little room right now. We're right and I remember actually in my very first event and I'll never forget it. It was in a hotel room at the older than me and I'm literally going back years ago with the guy at the front said the only way to fail is to quit and I remember thinking like I really. They quit a lot. Actually provost about this not too long ago. I quit a lot in my life because I was so nervous. I was nervous of not being good of Fanling of doing something wrong long and I would stop and leave so I just was thinking I'm like I don't WanNa do it this time. I'm like you know when I went to the vet. It just seemed like my gosh. This is so cool at the energy was amazing thing and people are making these declarations like. It's real on like maybe this could be something so I just remember in that moment. I'm like I just didn't WanNa be the one that quit again. Dan Right I mean it really is a self discovery process like you said this is all about personal development so the other night you end up doing it forever. It really doesn't matter like everything else in life you can learn from it you can take things from just like just like we did from the restaurant and you know every job I've ever had I done that w Tuesday you take what you learn and you just take it in pieces Zain. It serves you later in life than it allows you actually to be prepared for a lot of things that you don't necessarily know are coming and you have this skill sets than to tap happen to And it's very similar to everything because we all really are selling. I mean we're selling every day we're selling to are her. We're selling to our kids. Kids were trying to sell everybody on. We're GONNA be late if you don't get out the door you know we're selling all day long. Distance is better for you. You know do this is this will make you feel better. So we're all doing it. It's just I think a matter of getting comfortable in our own skin and really acknowledging that we are well intended in the work that we're doing we don't have to defend ourselves against anyone were very well intended and were not married to it. I mean I think the biggest thing I ever learned as an entertainer was the takeaway concept you know because it was such a manipulative environment and so when I would start to feel threatened by people in that environment I would just tell myself. You don't have to stay here. Don't be afraid it's not. If you're you're not comfortable in the way that you're being treated you'll find more work but it took me a long time to get there because in the beginning I was just you know so terrified that I would table to do what I really wanted to do. So badly and saying it was time what we understand and if we work these practices we become very very confident in the fact that they work we just have to work them. So maybe you could share a little bit about what some of the things are that you're are trying to shared teach believes that you're empowering people to with your unleash your life event and and how that all doc started for you where that higher yeah and I am I love talking to you because I remember it was so it was so universal the way I reach shout you because someone had mentioned in my of course Jenny and We had a great conversation to go back to where unleashed with form. When I left the gym that I grew up with in that I was just telling you about like I just went off on my own and I remember like renting space out and like three people coming to my class? One was my mom was my best friend and then like you know someone for my job and this happened like you know week after week and I would like paint a town with liars. I would go to. I went to every we're going to the university versity and like I remember seeing someone of University of Mama it was just such like it was almost like an angel like to say keep going because she was like. Oh my gosh I know you from so and so I can't wait to take your class. She grabbed a bunch of flyers. And it's just like you know when I I think what happens with people. Is We have the ideas of what we WANNA do. And I think you know manifesting manifesting in like meditating is all great to get centered but then some people don't actually do the work and I think I come from such a doing the work background than there. I didn't know any other way so it it was like out on foot like however many years we had to give out so when I saw this woman right when my friend wanted to give up I was like no that was the sign so anyway in one of the flyers that we did afterwards we went to this apartment building and one of the women from their grabbed it and called me. She's like I'm opening up a gym. We need a new dance format. Can you Can we create something or do you have something. I'M GONNA create a new dam format. What does that even need like? So I remember going on Google or like Nicholas Ask jeeves back then and I thought something hang on crunch fitness about like somebody sexy dancing with a body bar this guy who is so dynamic and it was. He was doing these sexy slots and they were walking talking and it was so fun. I'm like that fool McNealy. I could do that with like a chair or something like that so I started a program called disease. I really had no idea what I was doing but I. I started it to audition at this place. I got the job and it completely evolved over time so now my program tone into us. It's been like eight years I've done certifications. I've traveled all over and done pop up. Classes dance fitness moves where the sexy edge easy-to-follow format. But it's literally so much more and honestly it's I was seeking someone just the other day and I might my students who taught me like it. My students who have made it evolve because I would watch these women like you know few human into the warm up but I don't I don't directly put the music on right away. We do intentions like we kinda talk a little bit just about what's going on in the world and like how could be challenging being a woman with like wearing so many hats and everything like that but they would just start to like move differently and take their hair down. Maybe put some lipstick on and you know the woman who was in the back with their arms crossed suddenly started to see herself like an at the beginning. I would just put the music on but it was like. I don't know what happened any like as time went on I would start to talk a a little bit more about myself because I can't come in here with these. Like skin tight pants thigh high boots like hair down makeup done like I was transformed though like like like. I'm still Kara. But that was almost an alter ego of myself because you know as an instructor even just a human we have so many different personalities like so many different alter egos and that's the the alternate. Yeah that's where the alter ego came in 'cause I'm like we wear so many different hats and I feel like the one that we forget to tap in the most is our highest Alpha Feeler there are moments whether they be pleading for summer not so we do feel are best. We'd look bash for feeling sexy sexy feeling central and confident. And you know I've been to so many women's events where I felt so not enough. I felt like oh my gosh I should have the hair extensions. I should have got this. My makeup's not right. I don't have the right right close. And that woman who I was so jealous of by her exterior with Luli dying on the inside even worse than I thought I was so like. We like tone and tease. He's had become this thing. Where like let's work each other up no matter what we look like because and don't feel like I don't know if you feel this way I feel like we teach what we need and I know that I've I've I struggled with self confidence and self worth so much of my life even after accomplishing so much and that's why I know that like it's always the journey? It's never the result because you know the results are so fleeting but anyway so in starting to sneak more I would go to more events then moved home from Jersey for my dad and I was. I made a conscious decision but I wasn't happy about it. Because they wanted to be in California where all the women's events where where I thought they were so I'm like wouldn't it be cool if I could just create what I want right backyard like. I don't remember there ever being an event like this where I lived on the that would just equal like. I'll grab a couple sneakers in the area area. So that's for your life where it is like sessions and speakers but we do move into because that's such a big reason of what helped me mentally in my life during our time. That's so interesting to a- sorry I'm just going to jump in here so I have a question about that. So we're GONNA talk a little bit more about the details of your event event because we're so excited and we wanna make our listeners know where to go to find it but you said something really interesting you said we teach what we need and you know it sounds like you used to care so much. What other people thought and how they viewed what you're doing? So how did you get half that. And how did did you get to the place where you can go in. Let your hair down and teach other people to do this to. Are there specific tools that you were. Yeah that's a really great question and like you know you get over it by doing it so I'll never forget the. Yeah so because I still I still am in it. But it's less time so I was just talking about this the other week to when I did my first berry verse. Training Call. Eighteen was on the phone. There were seven people on the other line and I had notes in front of me. I was so so nervous I wanted to vomit them. When I had my first at home training ten people I had like the outline? I was so nervous. Who Each thing and I I've had really crappy calls and and speaking events like what like they're never bad because like a mentor of mine? Said if you were to forget all of your words which I have and blanked out with a room needed to see or hear it. Someone audience needed to see you do that so they believe that they can do it too. So that's why I thought like sharing a part of my story. In anwr struggled I struggled with eating disorders all up until my mid thirties and I think people can visually see me and see this confident woman on stage with it's like you know clip in extensions in high heel but don't know what what what led me there so it's in the doing and I honestly I still care what people think it's in me. It's a part part of me but I understand it now and like I am able to work through it by creating a support system around me. A container of like You Know Mindfulness S. are breathing in whatever it is. I think it's GonNa look differently for everyone. I'm not just like you need to sit down and meditate for twenty minutes ranked for twenty minutes and I don't think that's the way it works but for me to get through those feelings of caring people think is actually taking action and not hence why I wanted to add movement because energy energy is energy. Move right like an. If you're staying in one place it's GonNa stay stop but if you actually even if you sit up straight chain a room change your clothes go for a walk like you're changing how you feel so I like just made that connection of like oh I can change how I feel like by changing my body and Blessing Fan. I always wanted ended ended but action neutralizes negative emotion And that's a quote by Erick. Worry when he showed me us that visually is a visual person like he had all of these negative emotions is written on one side of the sheet and you had a blank piece of paper and then he said all right go for a walk. Call somebody someone better you would slide it over and you saw the word action so by doing something it Kinda helped a little bit with that Negative emotion. I'm saying they're awesome. Really good. You know in our world we would. Maybe he used the word distraction as well. You know. Sometimes we're so focused on what we don't want or we're stuck in a not so good feeling place and so we would use a moving meditation or a workout like yours to distract ourselves from that and just shift. We don't have to have an answer. We don't have to you know pretend that we're going to ignore the way we feel and yet we should aside. We are where we are. And that's okay but that the idea of working that practice of paying attention to where you are like you said now you understand it. You know what you're doing in your head. Oh I'm doing that thing I do. I know how to get out in front that I don't have to take myself down the road. I don't WANNA go down. You can get out in front of it and I can just work my practice and I can shift and I can move away from that feeling. That doesn't feel so good. Are you feeling knowledge in the feeling so you still. You even say that. Don't feel nervous. You still feel you're gonNA feel whatever these feelings czar but it's like you said you can stay in less time and then you know own doing that thing and then move into the better better feeling place but confidence the sexiness acce- nest the whatever it is you get you get there faster absolutely Melissa about give us the details of the event so basically exactly. It's mindset I your mindset movement connections self-care breakthroughs. I feel like for me. The connections is so huge. Because I know with that like in myself going through these events I was so nervous to make an action because I was brought me back to high school or like elementary school where I was afraid that people were. We're going to talk to me. You're like people were in groups and I would be nervous. I I make sure I cultivate estates where you are a woman coming in by yourself and have never been to one of these events before you you are GonNa like feel so good you're gonNA feel Like this face that's created is very welcoming and warm and non judgmental and at the first thing too is like we all we all judgments right. You know. whatever they are and I don't necessarily think bad but just kind of like you know noticing them and then just kind of like letting OPCO but I we have like last year. It was one day last year whereby I just reached out to people from this area that have assisted me so you know whatever they assisted me with. I'm like Gosh like do you like would you wanna be a part of this and It was amazing like just the way it flowed like listening to the speakers speakers read the breathing the movement like again the connection. I was looking on social media the other day. And I'm Michael. How do we know each other? Like my my event and like watching the the a different videos and podcasts and stuff to go on or just even like a supporter on social media. So knowing that when you leave this event like you're you're going to have that when you you when you go home and this year it was so great last year and people were like we like. We don't want to go yet on like all right great three days so it's actually two and a half days days where Friday night is going to be like more of the mindset masterclass where it's going to be lots and lots of movement just like it's like you know getting excited for the weekend again and just opening up you know opening yourself up to know whatever it is. That's going to happen. And then we get into the sessions. The next day and the movement like intertwined so I always tell people it's not gonNA. You'RE NOT GONNA be sweating all day by any means like In the morning we start off with like whatever especially whenever movement there is and then you know breaking incur the and connect a little bit. But yeah it's just like like you can stay grounded and then we have you up with your healing all these different things and changing states kinda threw Out and then having little time to talk to people or share your story and you know right we have journals that you're right in throughout though just so much that goes was on not like it takes a form of its own like pretty much like even how I teach classes like. Sometimes they just take a former all right. We'll people bring the energy begin then it kind of decades the direction you have a basic concept at least for us and we're always open to shifting things a little bit just based on the energy energy of the group in our live events or retreat so we were really excited about. This is the first weekend in March. And it's going to be in New Jersey for our listeners. There's and where can they go to find out to register online. Where can they do that yet? They can go to your life unleashed event dot com It's all over social media uh-huh always posting and Janney like the reason why I reached out to you. Because you know any time I I went to any of your events like you embody movement and might right that like everything about like what I look for this event. You literally embody as like living so I remember I can't think of who reached out to me and Eric. My Gosh yes Shannon. It's just it's just beautiful like what you created over time and I just like I love and how you do your I am statement in like exactly what I do too like. It's just very empowering because you're moving people through like an experienced and I love that quieting the mind that's the key and then people can really happened happened to the themselves. Enjoy the journey right. Will this is awesome so radio just want to repeat the details. We will wrap it up again. Thank you so much tear this. He's just been great and we're really looking forward to your that yet. Honor Tara we are both going to be there. We can't wait so come here. Danny Zeke meet Tara get connected with all these people if you go to the show notes for today's show with terror mono we'll have the link to your life unleashed event dot com. We will have a ticket linked directly there and you can also find out about Tarazona teas and all these other things that terrorists doing. We'll be right in the show notes for this episode. Thanks so much for listening. Thanks for listening to alignment essentials with red and slew. It's time to rock like your life for more information. Important links head over to our website at a lineman essentials dot com for slash podcast or. Check out today's shown us for more info the essential essential tools. We discussed today.

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Twitter Without the Nazis

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Twitter Without the Nazis

"The. Welcome to the show about how technology is changing our lives and our future. I'm will Rimas and I'm replacer. Hey, everyone welcome to if then for coming to you from slate and future tents, partnership between slate Tarazona state university and new America recording this afternoon of Tuesday, August twenty. On today's show, we'll discuss reports that big tech companies are lobbying in favor of Admiral privacy law. The very thing that you would think they don't want. We'll talk about what their motivations might be and why they might be eager to get ahead of whatever advocacy groups might be proposing instead. Then we'll be joined by gene Rajko the founder of mastodon, it's a social network. This becoming an increasingly popular alternative to Twitter, rush co likes to say that you can join Masset on if you want social networking without the Nazis. We'll talk to him about exactly how that works and the daunting obstacles that every social networking startup faces. And lastly, we'll have don't close my tabs. Some of the most interesting stories we found online this week. Hello will how are you? I'm doing well. April 'em here in downtown Newark, Delaware, and I wanted to give a quick shout out to the people who heard our last. Sewed and reached out to me on Twitter or Email to say that they're from Delaware to. So now I feel welcome in the state of Delaware, and I'm, I'm an increasingly proud, Delaware. And if that's how you say, well, I am actually a recording from Los Angeles today. One of my favorite cities in the country working on a story and and in kind of a big boomy house of, sorry, if the sound sounds weird and I also wanna give shutout everybody that commented that I pronounced something's weird last week. Sometimes I do pronounce things weird. It's because I used to have a strong southern accent. I'm from Nashville, and sometimes I just don't sound like everybody else even even though I worked hard to get rid of it, it's something that I'm sure we'll keep coming up, but I'm glad that y'all are listening. It doesn't mean a lot. Sure, sure. I've mispronounced a lot of things to we'll be we'll do our best to get everything right for our nitpicky listeners this week, whatever. It's fine. We, we love y'all no matter what and I appreciate you listening closely. But this week we are talking about the big tech platforms as we tend to do because they can't seem to keep themselves out of the news and this time, Facebook and kind of cadre of other large companies like IBM have conduc onerous to propose their own type of privacy law will. Can you kind of break down what's going on here? And let me say at the outset that this is based on great reporting by cecillia king. At the New York Times, she wrote the story tech industry pursues a federal privacy law on its own terms. She did a lot of reporting to uncover that the big tech companies you mentioned Facebook and IBM. There's also Google Microsoft and many others are banding together to lobby the Trump administration to start out lot outlining privacy legislation. And that might sound as April mentioned at the outset that might sound like the opposite of what they want, right? They've fought for years to avoid regulation. They fought against Europe's general data protection regulation. The GDP are now why are they in favor of it? Well, the story does a great job explaining. The answer is that states are starting to pass tough privacy laws. California passed the nation's toughest so far in June, it's loosely modeled on the GDP are though it's actually a little weaker in some ways as as you reported when it past April tech companies, fear that other states will pass similar laws. Some states might pass tougher laws and they see a national privacy law as a way to undercut the states and make sure that nothing too restrictive gets passed at the state level yen. It's important to remember that they have a lot of power nationally. Of course, they have a lot of power at the state level too, and there have been attempts across the country. I dates the past some sort of privacy legislation for many years. And these companies have been quite successful at kind of tapping those down. They've also been really successful at stopping national initiatives from gaining much steam in remember and all of this conversation that Facebook, Amazon and Google have spent record numbers amounts of money, lobbying in Washington DC this year as they spent record numbers last year. So they keep upping their their game here. They are incredibly powerful nationally. There was a time long ago when Silicon Valley didn't play much in Washington, they were seeing as the big tech companies were seen as naive about politics. That's not the case anymore. There's some of the biggest and most powerful lobbyists in the country. If what you've reported more than I have on the various legislative efforts. But when we talk about privacy law and we talk about, California's, let's do that one because that one's already passed. We're talking about a few things right? Which I can about letting people opt out of certain types of data collection. We're talking about fines for data breaches. That's right. We're also talking about limits on, say what you can collect about minors we're talking about the ability to request what information companies are collecting on you. So very similar to the general data protection regulation that passed in the EU or that passed a couple years ago and went into effect in may of this year. One thing that I think is really interesting is the timing of this. I mean, we have to remember that it was in March that the Cambridge Analytica scandal really made headlines again in terms of the Trump campaign using the voter targeting firm and then and then that voter targeting firm allegedly using data that was wrongfully obtained off Facebook. I think that was about eighty five million Facebook users were affected by that. That and then hundreds of millions more users were affected by Facebook's poorest data policies. That kind of came to light that we learned about after the news really made made headlines by Kepa genetic that lasted for well over a month and lead to multiple hearings. Now, it seems that these companies may be feel that privacy regulation is inevitable and they're trying to get ahead of it. I think you're right at the height of that backlash against Facebook. When Mark Zuckerberg was holed up somewhere in Menlo Park and wouldn't come out, and the media was hounding and cable news talking about it every night. Zuckerberg came out and said that they would support some kind of privacy legislation that was part of Facebook strategy to dampen the controversy and to extricate themselves from the PR crisis that they were in. And in retrospect, I think they're planning a at that point had to be exactly what we're hearing now, which is that they would try to get ahead of the game, try to get other tech companies on board lobby the Trump administration and make sure that a fairly weak sort of milk toast privacy law was passed at the national level. And if the New York Times reporting is correct, the law that they want to advocate for at the federal level would actually invalidate supersede the California law. And so this is in some respects, could be seen as an end run around the fight that they've already that has already been concluded seemingly in California. Yeah. And this is kind of a fear with with any national privacy laws that it would water down, stronger state initiatives that are already out there particularly when it comes to like. Reporting on data breaches, or you know how you supposed to alert users data breaches. There's different laws about that around the country. One thing that I wrote about after Cambridge Analytica was the kind of lack of response from civil society groups. You know, I used to work in nonprofits that worked on tech policy and and kind of tech Justice issues. And I remember after the NSA surveillance in the Snowden disclosures happened, it was very, very quickly that a national petition was launched and hundreds of thousands of signatures and companies, and everybody was just really, really angry up in arms. It was a big public campaign. March was planned after Cambridge, Linda, which was also a huge privacy scandal. And the public's attention was focused on corporate data privacy and corporate data collection in a way that I had not seen before. I did not see that response from from civil society and sources on the hill aides. In various congressional offices told me that they were not getting calls into their congressperson even though there was interest in regulating these companies. I know that there has been a lot of kind of behind the scene stuff and meetings and proposals and conversations, and it's not that civil society groups aren't talking to people on the hill, but I'm not seeing that kind of big public campaign that would really kind of push congress members to feel like they have no choice, but to do something to do something in the public interest. I worry that now we're seeing this kinds of regulatory proposals from companies about how they would prefer to be regulated step up. Instead, your reporting on this has really shaped my understanding of it seems like a lot of those nonprofits that were set up to protect the open internet and they were set up with with a belief in a faith in the power of the internet. And so they're really good at mobilizing to get the government's hands off of it, but not necessarily so good at mobilizing to protect everyday users of the internet from the big corporation. That now control it. I do want to say, I mean, we haven't seen yet what these companies are proposing exactly. It is alarming that they seem to be pushing for language that would invalidate the California law. Because from what I've heard that seems like a pretty reasonable law. So that's not a great sign. I don't wanna totally prejudge what they might come up with. But I do think that it's just it's not right for the companies that have been violating our privacy for all these years to be the ones that get to decide what the law is and to sort of self regulate here. I mean, they're, they're just I'm worried that the Trump administration will just go along with with whatever they propose or at least get to start and frame the conversation publicly. Right? Like we're not seeing the conversation, begin with the public interest, not seeing the discussion about what data privacy protection with me in the US start from what would be the healthiest for the users. Instead that conversation is making headlines starting from the perspective of. These companies, and that's really what worries me here. I mean, it's true that we don't know what's going to be in this lot, but there's a big difference between what's best for the public and what's best for these companies and his companies are going to propose what's best for them. I can't imagine them being amazingly altruistic. You're about protecting our privacy when as you said they displayed time and time again, dedication to protecting your bottom line. I, that's a really good point. I learned this term in slates negotiation podcast years ago called anchoring where you have to get your position out there first and then the subsequent negotiation will revolve around your position. That's seems like that's what the companies are trying to do here. I want to include one more. Point, which is that I do think national privacy law is the right idea. I mean, I do think that there is a valid argument that we don't want like a crazy quilt of different state regulations for internet service providers. The federal government is authorized to regulate interstate commerce and the internet seems like a textbook example of interstate commerce. So there's nothing wrong with the national privacy law in principle. The question is who gets to make those rules? Absolutely. And we also can look to GDP are what's happening in Europe as an example of what to do and perhaps what not to do. I mean, there have been reports that GDP are is actually entrenching the power of the already powerful internet companies because they're the ones that can afford to comply with the stricter privacy regulations. And so I think there's a lot to consider here a patchwork does not really map onto the kind of boundless internet at all. When we talk about, you know, one lopping different in California than the law Nevada or something like that. Let me ask you one more question than we'll move on. Is there any organs. Station or or group or legislator who you could see plausibly stepping up to to carry the consumer side of this of this fight, carry the protecting individuals side of this battle over future hypothetical privacy law. They're all kinds of fantastic civil society. Organizations that are doing great work. I think epic is one privacy and from electron of privacy information center. The center for media, Justice, color of change. It's just that we're not seeing the kind of coordinated action that I've seen in the past like around net neutrality or around the Snowden disclosures in NSA privacy, I'm not seeing this kind of large bound together mass petition push day of action where we kind of do a banner drop blackout the internet. I mean, you maybe remember so pip at the time when those copyright laws were happening. That was a huge coordinated action that led to those laws are to those proposals being the support of those being rescinded by lawmakers. Mass, right? The internet knows how to mobilize here and I'm not seeing that. There are fantastic groups that are that are doing work in terms of lawmakers. I think Amy klobuchar, Mark Warner, of course, I've really been at the forefront of this. We've also seen Senator Kennedy on the Republican side. It's certainly there certainly bipartisan interest here. But my primary question is or my primary concern is, is the very real role of civil society groups. I believe that there's power in a collective organizing and and I believe in democracy in that way. And so I would hope to see some mobilization here. Not to sound preachy I'm sorry if I do, but I do come from this background. So I'm speaking from experience. All right. We're gonna leave it there for the moment. When we come back, we'll have our interview with Eugene Rajko the creator of. Saddam. If then is brought to you by the business platinum card from American Express with the business platinum card, you'll earn membership reward points on virtually all business expenses and turn those points into anything from new supplies to flights, find claim space to get in the right head space with access to over one thousand airport lounges worldwide. Let platinum help you find that hidden gem for the best working lunch in town with a guaranteed for pm. Late checkout at over one thousand Fino tells and resorts worldwide. You can enjoy some time to yourself after meeting with clients. That's the most powerful backing of the business platinum card from American Express don't do business without it terms apply to all benefits, visit American Express dot com. Slash explore platinum for more info. So when I was twenty five years old, I was living with four roommates eating lots of burritos covering school board meetings for the local newspaper in Palo Alto, Eugene Rajko twenty-five, and he has created a global social network that has emerged as an increasingly popular alternative to Twitter Rajko as the developer behind mastodon. You might have heard of it from people complaining that they're gonna leave Twitter for platform with less outrage, or more privacy or fewer ads, or fewer Nazis mass it on a similar to Twitter and layout. And Rajko was himself a frequent Twitter user, but it's different in a few key whiz which he's going to tell us about rush co, launched the platform and beta almost two years ago right after graduating from college in Germany, and that's where he joins us now via Skype. Thanks so much being here Eugene. Hi, thanks for having me. Can you give us just the basic outline of what mastodon is how it's similar to Twitter and one or two key differences? I quit like your introduction. I, it was very full of details mass. On is social media platform that it looks very similar to to how Twitter works or other platforms that are similar Twitter. So it's it's not. It's not new in how it in how you perceive at. However, the main difference is that it's decentralized. It is a federated platform. A federation is, is a collection of servers of websites. You could call them just websites that are in themselves independent but can enter or parade seamlessly with each other. It's still sounds very technical, but everybody uses federated network ready, and it's called Email. You have an account on g mail and your friend has an account on outlook and you talk to each other via Email and mastodon works very similar to that. Of course, he's in different technology, not Email. You have an account on one server, and your friend isn't another, and you can follow each other. And it works just like a centralize. Network except with a benefit that it's not and the benefit of it not being a centralized network. It seems like there are few. I mean, I remember after the Snowden disclosures came out in two, twenty thirteen. There was a lot of excitement around switching off of the platforms that were complicit with an essay surveillance or that worked with prison program like Facebook, Google, and switching to these kinds of decentralised federated alternatives. Right. And the idea at that point was that it's much easier for the federal government to put in a request for a company that has all the servers in one place than it is to put in a request to, you know, one hundred or fifty or thousand folks where the stuff is kind of all beings stored and shared around the world. So I know that's one benefit to to kind of decentralized federation. What's another exactly centralization is not just centralisation of power, but centralization of data as well. So the more data platform like Facebook collect, it's all in one place. It's easy to access to analyze with mastered on that data is separated every service stores only that they had its local signed up users and the data that they subscribe to from their friends. And so if you take the data just from one server, you don't have a lot there. Other differences that come from the design of the software itself in in terms of user interface in terms of the functionality that simply means that we collect less state than other platforms, but some of the other benefits of the disenfranchised approach are that indeed it's harder for governments to deal with that, not only in terms of collecting data or enforcing some kind of rule until everybody or or a secret requests for for tracking. It also has to do with with shutting down. For example, in a in a country like Turkey or some other place where the government wants to block access to particular content on the internet is easier to block one website than it is to block a network of two or three thousand different websites that anybody could use anyone off. Yeah, you had a good point in a blog post that you wrote called Twitter is not a public utility. You said, isn't it a bit strange that the entire world has to wait on the CEO of Twitter to come around on what constitutes healthy discourse. Recently, we were all waiting to see what Twitter's decision would be on whether Alex Jones and info wars could stay on the platform or not. And you argue that that's unhealthy, that one private company has the power basically to decide who gets to speak on on the big news and micro blogging network that everybody has to use. So mastodon has a bunch of different little sub networks and you call them instances. I was signing up the other day. I noticed they were instances for Berliners people from Berlin for anime for furry. What are couple of the other most popular Masset on instances. Well, the most popular one is a Japanese incense Copello for for artists of and the next one is the one that I run, which is more of a general purpose one, but people use it because it has the developer behind it, and it has the promise of stability and they know it's not going to disappear. Mastodon social, right. That's messed that social. Indeed, the other one is sweater at which is a massive on server for sex workers which has a which has been founded in the wake of the foster and says the bills in the US. And that's another point that would fit in the previous question, why Why's disassociation better than than centralization? And it is because currently the top social networks all depend on US law, read the Twitter, Facebook at cetera, they enforce US little globally. And when such. Louis are past it, it affects everybody worldwide, and sweater. It's hosted in Australia where sex work is legal. And so it provides a safe haven for for people who are not welcome on other platforms anymore. You know, one thing about the Japanese community is that that is a community that actually is making art about usually young children being naked. It's not exactly child porn because it's art, but it's something that would be censored in the US. And in fact, those communities were kicked off of Twitter and the main social networks. Right. And so they've found a home on mastodon. Is that correct? As far as I'm aware, that's not the main purpose of parole. Okay. Picks of his just a general purpose are websites like Devin are is in the west. It just so happens that attracts certain demographic because. Japan has more liberal laws on that topic, but it's not. It's not very pleasant topics. Talk about social. We have. Blocked images from Pua just to be safe on the safe side of that that right. Thankfully, it is possible to control what you how, how this, how your server interim interprets with other ones. It's it's a common. It's a common thing that people bring up when they talk about mass. What happens if bad people create a server, and the answer is you don't have to communicate with that server. It's very easy to block their different level. So you can block a server from simply. Hiding it from from the local timelines of the user interface to blocking content wholesale to simply blocking images so that they don't appear on your server. So what one issue though that it seems kinda comes up for any alternative social network. When you know people are getting booted off of the main platforms is that those who it may initially attract our users who are Austria is from the big platforms and those fringe communities may come to, you know, be at early defining characteristic of any alternative that comes up. So have you kind of had to deal with a lot of, you know, say like white supremacists that are coming to to mastodon are people that are interested in revenge porn where they weren't allowed on Facebook and Twitter, and instead are coming to to mastodon and I understand that you, you know, the whole point is that if you don't wanna be a part of those communities, you can leave on like these. Major platforms. You know, if if these kinds of hate communities are on there than there on their with everybody else? Well, it just so happens that the people who get ostracized from platforms like Twitter note white supremacists, but people from the left people who are queer people who are trans. And so that's the community that mass that on has historically been most most closely related to and most populated by. And I'm Jewish. So why supremacists are not necessarily eager to use software made by Jewish guy. The all kinds of people have been booted off of these social networks. True activists has had a very difficult time in terms of Facebook, kicking them off for various reasons as well. That is a good point. Yes. This reminds me a little bit. I mean, one of the moments when a lot of people were talking about leaving Facebook was when there was a backlash by the trans community and the drag community against Facebook's real name policy, people fled to an alternative social network called ELO. It's great that these alternative networks exist, but there is such craving, I think, among even among a mainstream audience for alternatives to these social networks. And yet when you go to mastodon, if you're not part of a specific community that has moved there on mass, you might find yourself a little in the people, you know, are unlikely to be using it on a regular basis. This the big obstacle that they all face. When you go there to escape the Nazis or you go there to talk with other people who have similar interest to you, but then you find out that all the people you really wanna communicate with aren't there and you end up migrating back to Twitter or Facebook as much as you may hate it for various reasons. Is there, is there a solution to that or is, is there a way that mastodon could could grow and become large enough that you get those kind of friend networks and network affects, or are you intending to stay small and just and maybe make that sustainable somehow? Network effects are universal. That's true. They don't affect just mass that on. It happens to every new platform. However, I think that the fact that some of the now popular platforms also had to start at some point and they managed to break through the network effect barrier is a good sign that we do have a chance at infact. Massimo ready has a very good starting poll of people who use it. There is one point five million people who are on mastodon and even though maybe you're not gonna have the exact same friends that you made on Twitter there. You'll find new ones, and I think that's, that's the point may be a bit of a wrong expectation that people go into because people think, well, I'll just switch from one website to another and it's gonna be the same, but different. But Massimo's a new platform in brings new chances to people to make new friends, new connections, build a new audience, and it doesn't necessarily have to be one to one as to what you had on Twitter, you know, and you do have a good point. You know, I remember in in two thousand six mice base reached like one hundred million users and it was the most popular social network in the US at the time. And then less than two years later in two thousand eight Facebook had reached twice that number. Right. And and that was just right after allowing anyone older than thirteen to join the network. So things certainly do change. And often people join a lot of social networks at once and then kind of stick with the one. They like the most and delete the others finger on our stop using them. So you know. Things certainly do change, but I am curious. You did mention the word sustainability, and that is a major question I have. Mastodon is not run by ads, right? How how is it? Sustainable? How are you guys kind of dealing with the server spacer paying the bills? Well, it is funded by the community. Crowdfunding is big, two thousand eighteen and it's proven that it works. I mean many years back, you know, crowdfunding was was not a thing and websites or software that relied on the nation's was doing very well at all. But in two thousand eighteen people finally understand the value of being a patriot onto something that they value that does not necessarily have commercial value, and we now have tools to redistribute small amounts of money to creators and people who do something that you like. And so most massive on servers are crowd funded by their user. And my work on is likewise funded by my patriots on patriots. Yuejin. I know that in a lot of ways, mastodon is seen as an alternative to Twitter and you have been a critic of Twitter if you running Twitter, if you were Jack Dorsey, what's one thing that you would do differently than his doing? Or do you think that that Twitter self is the problem that has just broken and there's no, there's no way to make it better. The main reason I don't like Twitter in two thousand eighteen is their position on free speech and their position on hates on their platform. The thing is, Twitter is a company and Jack Dorsey does have like one hundred percent right to decide what they hosting, what they're not hosting, and he chooses to give verified marks to white supremacists and. He refuses to act on reports of that sort of thing happening on his platform. And yes, if I was running Twitter, that's the thing I would do differently, and that's how I run my server. We don't tolerate that thing that stuff. We have strict code of conduct, and that's why people like being on Massimo social. And that's why people like mastodon. Wow. So you can have kind of a free software alternative that also is a safe space right now must done. Is free software, isn't it? Yes, it is free software. I should note that I have heard from some people on Twitter, complaining about the moderation on massive on social saying that you didn't respond to complaints they had. So I think it's really hard to please everybody when you're doing community moderation. It's indeed when you have a lot of people using something somebody's going to have complaints, not every complained is. Justify some are we have a team of moderators working this. We have good faith in in in what we're doing, and we have zero tolerance policy for Nazis on the platform Eugene, that'll do it for this interview. Thanks so much for joining. If then thanks for interviewing me. One final quick break and then don't close my tabs. Some of the best things we've seen on the web this week. If then is brought to you by Charles Schwab. Schwab's modern approach to investing is providing award-winning full service and low costs its transparency about how much you're paying fees and commissions. It's offering some of the lowest costs in the industry, including four ninety five online equity trades if you're not satisfied for any reason, they'll refund the fees and work with you to make things right, visit Schwab dot com. Slash if then to learn about their low costs satisfaction guarantee and would winning service. Will what could you not close this week? Matab this week comes from the information and I should warn you have to have a subscription to read the whole thing, but you can actually read a lot of it on the Twitter feed of the stories author. That's a mere Efrati. The story is headlined way MOS, big ambitions slowed by tech trouble. This is about Waymo the self driving car division of alphabet. This was previously Google self driving car project with Uber having so many troubles lately way moz pretty much the unquestioned leader right now in fully autonomous vehicles cars that drive themselves without any human intervention. This story is based on some really interesting reporting from Chandler, Arizona suburb of Phoenix where Waymo has been testing it self driving technology lately for years Waymo did it's tests in Mountain View right around the Google headquarters. It's now Brent branched out to several cities around the country, and this story focused on a particular problem that way, MOS cars are having their. There is a t intersection right near Google's testing facility in Chandler where it's self-driving minivans have to routinely make right turns left turns. They seem to be making the right turns with no trouble. But when they try to make a left turn, they have a lot of trouble finding an opening in the cross traffic to get in and to make that turn safely. They just don't seem to be able to judge at very well the end up hesitating a lot, and apparently local residents in Phoenix are getting furious because they end up sitting behind these self-driving minivans at the intersection as the minivan, just hesitates hesitates inches forward and waits for the right time to make that left turn. And so it's just a fascinating peek into the problems that self driving technology still runs into sort of educators. This isn't even a really bizarre case. This is just a fairly normal driving scenario that autonomous technology can't yet handle to me. The story just throws some cold water on the idea that we hear all the time, which is that. Fully self-driving cars are just around the corner or almost there. It's pretty clear from this article that it's going to be a while before they figure out all these little quirks. Little quirks are not quite little quirks. They're excited Qassams life as we've seen already and when these when these vehicles have failed. So I'm glad that this reporting is continuing, and I hope that nobody is under any sort of delusion that these machines are at all ready to to be in the mix safely with with many humans on the road. Hard April. What tab could you not close swig my dad this week in the story from NBC news. It's called secret message board drives pizza gates, style harassment campaign of small businesses. It is a story about these folks who have been organizing to brand local businesses, like when in Portland and DC as ones that kind of harbor pedophile rings and and these are. All right. People are people that believe in the kind of q n on conspiracy theory, it's a store. Of how they coordinate. Like for instance, on discord, which is a kind of gaming chat platform that allows people to have private servers where do can only be invited in with an invite link as well as on Twitter and Facebook groups to to to research as they call it, they call themselves patriot researchers to kind of find out, you know, as they say, if these types of businesses are actually harboring pedophile activity as they claim in most cases, this seems to be completely fabricated, and these communities have kind of popped up to keep these conspiracy theories alive and thriving, and also thrust them into the real world. And we do know that this does have extreme consequences, these types of research communities not only do they kind of bomb the pages of local businesses. And when I say they're Instagram comments, our Facebook pages, yell pages with accusations of of really terrible criminal activity. That doesn't seem to be based in any sort of reality. But. But, but also, you know, could lead somebody as as what happened in pizza gate to walk into a restaurant with a with a loaded rifle. And so it's just a really interesting story about how these kind of conspiracy theories or the conspiracy theorists that that ad here to them gather and coordinate and decide to group research and campaign. And basically they, they do it using social media in private groups and and they kinda type each other on the shoulder and say, hey, we need more researchers join us. So you know, these communities really are online communities. And that's really my take away from this, is that you know as much as we are seeing these these kinds of actions thrust into the real world, they are communities that are coordinated online and you know, when their platform to when they're kicked off line, it's going to be very hard for them to exist in gather, and it really kind of brings into focus the importance of the conversations around who does and does not get to use the social. Networks, I'm not going to put any sort of prescription on there, but it just shows the strength. This is really depressing to me is another indicator that the wisdom of crowds, like this idea that you could build these platforms like YouTube and yelp and Twitter and people would contribute to them. And the good stuff would rise to the top. It's just it's just can be overwhelmed by trolls or by organized harassment campaigns, and it's got to be dispiriting for these businesses which are the owners are just trying to make a living. The workers are just trying to make a living and they're being accused of pedophilia on public boards where everybody can see it including their customers. You know. You know, I think that this has always been kind of tactic of hate groups to to demonize of local businesses for whatever reason, but the type of coordination that's possible kind of on a national level for these local businesses is really something and and to be sure that message boards that are pointed out on the store, not the only ones that that people on the fringe right us to coordinate their activity and thrust themselves into the real world. So this is something that I'm definitely gonna keep tracking and looking for stories around. It's a great story. I recommend people check it out. All right. That's gonna wrap for show today. You can get updates about what's coming up next by following this on Twitter at if then pod, you can follow me and will on Twitter as well. I'm at a later at lower Lima's. 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Cattle Current PodcastJuly 24, 2019

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

07:09 min | 1 year ago

Cattle Current PodcastJuly 24, 2019

"CAL features extended gains on Tuesday increased availability is fueling the growth of plant based fake hamburgers coming up on your calendar market up with wes aw how did all this whereas Ishmael with your current market update for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning the twenty fourth of July although increase in corn futures capped gains live cattle futures closed higher again Tuesday helped belong owned by resurgent Lean Hogs while feared cal features mostly edge tire live cattle futures closed an average of forty seven cents higher as for fear cavill except for unchanged November and five cents lower in Jan.. They closed an average. I five cents higher wholesale beef. Values were steady defer on moderate to good demand and moderate offerings according to the Agricultural Marketing Service choice boxed beef cut out value was forty six cents higher teased afternoon at two hundred thirteen eighteen dollars and seventy eight cents hundredweight select was twelve cents higher at one eighty nine seventy one cavs and fear cattle sold mainly steady the higher at the weekly Tuesday auctions monitored by cattle Kurt hurt for instance steer calves Wayne less than seven hundred pounds traded three to six dollars higher and ozarks regional stockyards in West Plains Missouri while steer Caz Wayne more than seven hundred pounds sold steady to a dollar higher yearling steer steer solitude four dollars lower though heifer calves wayne less than six hundred pounds sold for eight dollars higher and then steadied three dollars higher at heavier weight undertones were steady to firm for a narrow test of your own heifers. There are thirty four hundred and eighty-one head on offer at Bluegrass dockyards in Lexington Kentucky. Fear steers never sold steady to two dollars higher with eleven hundred and ninety head on hand finally steer caz Wayne four fifty to five hundred. Underpants traded steady to firm in a narrow test Gainesville lock stock auction Missouri Steer Caz Wayne five hundred six hundred pounds sold five to seven dollars higher while yearling steers weighing six fifty to seven fifty sold with a higher undertone thome the're heifers Wayne five hundred seven hundred pounds sold with a steady to firm undertone. There are eleven hundred twenty head on offer crop development continued to mostly lose ground last last week according to the most recent crop progress report from U._S._D._A.. That's for the week ending July twenty first for instance only thirty five percent of Cornwall Silky which was forty three percent less than last year and thirty one percent less than average search. Five percent was at the doe stage compared to sixteen percent last year and ten percent for average fifty. Seven percent of corn was in good or excellent condition which was fifteen percent less than last year similarly forty. Percents of soybeans were blooming which was thirty six percent less than the previous year and twenty six percent less than the average seven percent were setting pogs which was thirty four percent less than last year and twenty one percent less than a year earlier fifty four percent rated in good or excellent condition compared to seventy percent last year anyway corn futures close to four cents higher through September twenty and then mostly a penny higher soybean futures closed Wanda two percents lower through August of twenty and then unchanged to fractionally mixed by the way the crop progress report shows that the nation's pasture range conditions continued to be significantly more lush than last year with sixty six percent rated in good or excellent condition compared to forty five percent a year ago nine percent was rated as poor or very poor compared to twenty six percent a year earlier states with twenty percent or more rated as poor or very poor included Tarazona California Nevada New Mexico Ohio and Oregon Major U._S.. Financial indices closed higher Tuesday with the announcement that the U._S. and China will. Resume trade talks in person next week. Support also came with better than expected quarterly earnings reports from the likes of Coca Cola and United Technologies. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed one hundred seventy seven points higher density S. and P. Five hundred closed twenty points higher and the Nasdaq was up forty seven point beefburgers are still by far the most popular Burger ordered a quick service restaurants or Q._S._R.'s. There's there were six point. Four billion beefburgers ordered at Q._S._R.'s in the year ending in May of this year that according to the N._p._d.. Group although growth was flat compared to the previous year beefburgers are still the top sandwich shored at U._S.. Restaurants According N._P._D.'s Chris Service which continually tracks how U._S. consumers use restaurants with that said there are two hundred twenty eight million servings a plant based fake burgers ordered at Q._S._R.'s. S. Ours in the year ending in May which was ten percent more than a year ago N._p._d.. Analysts say the stronger year over year growth of plant based Burgers is primarily due to increased availability at Major Q._S._R.. Chains more specifically beefburger buyers who purchase beefburgers acuse ours an average of eighteen times in the year ending in April this year did give plant based burgers. Try purchasing them. Q._S._R.'s two times within that same ame period conversely ninety five percent of plant based fake Burger buyers made a beef burger purchase within the past year according to N._p._d.. Although Vegetarians vegans or contributing to the growth and plant based they still represent a small single digit percentage of the U._S. Population and aren't the primary contributors instead according to N._p._d.. The popularity of plant based foods is being fueled by consumers desired at protein eighteen to their diets concern for animal welfare and how meat products were brought to market sustainability and what they perceive to be healthier nutrition. That's your cal current market update.

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A Cup of Joe

Jes.t Coffee

15:36 min | 4 months ago

A Cup of Joe

"Hello Brutal for people. This is Jus- coffee podcasts. House just and this is my audio coffee table. Grab your mic officer job or your some cafe. Let's Converse Express some ideas. Expresso thoughts live could be editors. Let me straight up reading ladies creating so many flavors on it. Low Coffee Lovers today. We have a special guest filling up his mug with us this morning. The pilot himself from Portland Oregon. Joe Linger felt. He's been a pilot for quite some time. I met him for years ago through very good friend of mine. He has much to share on air on what he's done in the air didn't grab a cup and join us for some Joe. Joey thank you for being on my show today. So let's tell everyone a little bit about yourself for those who don't know who you are all right. I'm a corporate pilot. I fly corporates. Currently employed with Murphy company fly a citation sovereign now typed in nine different types of jets. Been doing it for eight years. So what's a day in the life of a pilot like yourself if that's a valid question? That's a valid question. I don't know if I have a good answer for it though because corporate pilots one thing that some pilots don't like about being corporate violence is really know what your day's GonNa be like as far as we don't really have schedules really far out least a company our for some companies schedule further out. But we're not like we're kind of on-call but not really easily give us a day or so. There's only been a couple of times I've been called. How quickly can you get down here? Naturally something came up in the company in its place. Pretty quick. That's the difference between the corporate pilot airline pilot airline pilots have. Their schedules set out already a month in advance. When they walk away from the airplane they walk away from there. I have to do trip seats and I have to do paperwork for the company for Bird Aviation Portion of the company and so. There's more work that I do after flight and before a flight like the airlines. Have other people that do that stuff for them. We don't we're we're running the aviation department two of us together. That's a little different but as far as like when we go fly will get a request to go somewhere. We show to the airport about an hour beforehand. Get airplane already go. We have to look at all the weather after lick it feel play and things like that. Make sure we enough feel propose. Scheduled departure time always is dependent on the boss so whenever the boss. Kim served whatever the boss says. So what interests you into being a pilot was always something you always wanted to do. You always have like airplane decorations. All over your house rooting mattresses. I can remember. I wanted to be right. My grandfather was barnstorming withstood. Did you airshows back in the days before like air shows you know now so the first shows he did those even. I never met him. He died long before foreign bidding might have alkyl who is an army pilot for the helicopters. Airplanes in the army and also cousin flew F. Fifteens in the air force so I guess I grew up with that aviation influence and they would come down my little says downing taking cried when I was little so kind of was in my blood move. So what kind of are you know you mentioned like the plans that you do fly? I'm a corporate pilots army. They call airline transport. Pilot is my certificate that I have you have to have that to be pilot command of any commercial jet. The so can like Kevin. Love your doctorate so the have different levels of tickets my airline Trans Pilots Kit which also allows me to be pilot command. I'm a corporate pilot which means everybody always says. Do you ever think about flying commercially. Well I have a commercial license transport I have to have a commercial license be paid. My Niche is corporate. Because I've always phone for private companies. Okay so one just stick to corporate flying both to you know commercial like you're saying is it. Do you think that's more stressful? Where so where you're doing now it's more On Your own schedule type thing or like well. Corporate lifestyle always canham appeal to me life. The lifestyle core pilot. I mean some people don't because it's more on demand but as I was going up through the ranks and getting typed in different airplanes and gaining hours. My girls were littler Shelby Avenue. So that gave me more flexibility to be home for soccer games and answer things Contract pilots could take fights. Kmart could say now. I have something on and so that kind of put me in that niche and then I I gave the reputation in that area so I just I stayed there and also when I was in the position to be hired for the airlines had enough hours. They really hiring. I had a friend that I had taught how to fly. Who's actually a mechanic to that? Worked on corporate jets and he What you on do I really liked? Corporate probably. Everybody else doesn't try to go to the Airlines Zuma. When we get through this I got a lot of connection to corporate so just kind of worked out to you. Know they always say it's who you know. Yeah and that's what it did for me. That's corporate was the first one that opened up for me. I've thought about airlines because of Toke Kobe. They were hiring like crazy. There was actually a lot of people a lot of corporate pilots that we're starting to jump over interior land because they wanted whereas before you can get an airline for hard to get into. They were dominated by a military pilot. Who were making. Lots of money. Didn't WANNA go anywhere so but now let's start to retire so they were starting to get shorthanded before Kobe. So I had some friends who I never thought corporate flying's and actually went over to the airlines. Say Do you think since you brought up cove? Eddie think they'll be like people less travel like post Cova I I mean the airlines are trying to do what they can. They've upgraded their systems A lot of the airlines you fly on have like hospital type. Air Filtration systems on them now. An accident recirculated air. It's all fresher comes in. There's going to be a public perception of more dangerous to be in air. I confined space. But I think there'll be a lot of changes I think. See the modest packed for a while. Once good getting Ken. Ridiculous much packing in an airplane. Know Them I read somewhere where always gonNA be red spots of like the CO fit is right like very heavily. Atm and view are just going to fly. Home to the family is just fine. One way you think that's going to be more of a thing. I don't think what I'm saying. I think people become giant. I look. You're saying out but I think after a while people forget now go back to. I think the industry will try to keep it more regulated while but I think as far as tickets. I think they'll people still buy round trip tickets. You're on vacation but apply be too for a while I think I think tickets for bt for while they're taking huge hit. I don't know if you've looked at any of the airports not lately. I saw a picture of lax which is usually packed. Look like a ghost town whilst that's crazy so it's going to take wilder bounceback for sure so this might sound like a silly question that you might get all the time they caused. Do you actually fly. A plane opposed to having on autopilot. Do all the work out how actually work is like accused control on a vehicle type thing. Well it's actually one thing. I like about their allies that I can actually still fly. The airplanes were the airlines. They take off them dot com. They'll actually even land on autopilot ninety nine percent of the time. I didn't think there was that much difference from were as I can. Fly fight as much as little as I want to autopilots. Nice especially once you get altitude and you can put everything on worth going through bad weathers. Nice you can put on. The autopilot allows you to see more. What's going on out here? Just being focused on just certain items. Yeah it's it's a little bit like cruise control of work through the flight computer and has different inputs to all the different flight controls that are particular plane we can. We have auto throttles with the too so we can set. Let's beat Adjusted throttles to. That's how kind of like a crucial. But also it will do your attitude. Hold your altitude a whole heading whether cyst on a heady mood where you're putting a particular heading in our whether you're following the GPS system by now Jason System all that we can make some really nice especially bad weather. It's adjusting for a lot of things so it's the worst whether you've flown through like have you flown through the storm. We're in Oregon. But we've got know how to find the rain here. I mean if it's heavy rain this whole different story. Easily ring were fighting through here is is pretty stable air. We're flying through here as opposed to like if we go down to Arizona or down the southeast or something where we get a lot more. Thunderstorms began thunderstorms up here. But if we're dealing with thunderstorms in the air so unstable then you get thrown this way and that way maintain altitude but yes. I have flown. Storms we tried to avoid them. But there's sometimes he just go for the best part of this part of it. Meaning the least heavier close to crashing plane or any kind of disclose some moments that. You're talking about flight instructing days. You've pretty much take your life into your hand every day because you're teaching somebody out of fly. They WANNA kill you every day. I said probably the closest I've come to. Actually crash was with a student. I was teaching the student how to land soft fields off like grass field a field up north by battleground. That kind of goes down and up like and there's a park in the middle of it. Can we come in? He was doing great Nelson in the middle of a suburban backs. Out as we're about to land and we're in a little airplane and I say go round In he froze like deer in headlights. So I took the controls at full power started going around and I don't think we cleared that suburban mother much was definitely a pucker factor. Let's put that way is probably the closest I've come to crash in corporate aviation not really close to crashing but hit some very very severe turbulence that through things cross cabin had people come out of their seats and stuff. That was interesting. All when I fly down Tarazona. There's a few times where it's more so coming back here for those pockets. We like draw like that's always scary. Clear they can play commend catch by price for sure. Art Doors Fund is ever has in Denver which is very common. Very bad turbulence going in there but mountains right because they'll get a criminal of Iraqis and your did you're descending over the planes there and to get mixed air pockets through the airplane up down at my phone in the Cup holder beside me. He ended up on the other side of the cockpit. Had there is people in the water bottles and the Cup holders and they were like switched sides and some people hit their heads on the ceiling the CFO that particular company was sitting across from the lab and blue juice from the lab. When all over his suit he was going to a meeting so that was fun but actually he was really cool about anything thing we could have done about it. Yeah it's just to Mother Nature Not Yeah? Says we're talking about turbulence in the Steph which is safer a rough landing on the water or on ground or have you ever like landed on water before never it on water in airplane. That's not supposed to lambeau modern on water in the seat as far as with the airplane. That's not supposed to. I have not done that. We trained for it. But it's one of those things but obviously for your in an airplane is supposedly him on harsher for she should but sometimes your best optimism. Why I mean look solely Lunde on the Hudson. That was his best better. He was killed a lot of not just before. Now there are times. That's your best ops. Airplanes are like the the safest mode of transportation for say versus vehicle. Now hear more about it because it gets more publicized and of course you don't hear about all the car crash yeah and if you think about the amount of cars. Airplanes overall very very sick accidents happen either mechanical failures or some. Unfortunately there's a lot of pilot air some of the ones that never does good for our industry. So last question. Who is the most famous person are like people are celebrities? That you've flown. Have you ever like I notice? Shall we has been telling me some story to tell everyone if you want to all right. No iphones from famous people. I flew little big town. Most women shelby's talk about because he got to be introduced to them. I used to find an airplane for a radio station. Yeah I think that's what she was telling me about the radio station. My Blue The Neal McCoy's beyond he's also country singer. I flew China Direction. I get from girls my jester. Of course Tom Brokaw Tuna Vietnam time so to pretty famous and very famous coaches football players. Who are Okay Cool Nice? I can't think Marcus Mariota is really cool. Guy Go ducts. Sorry cat fans the Tucson. You know I'm like a half and half eagle ducks and the counts. He could go for the beads. Well and the sake of DALEN. Shall we sister Right Joey? Thank you for speaking on my table today. Thank you grab. Thank you all for the and sipping on your coffee with me. Today and remember life is like Coffee Viola. Lot today piece.

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046 When Your Dream Job Does Not Pay Well

Job Seekers Radio

26:36 min | 1 year ago

046 When Your Dream Job Does Not Pay Well

"Jobseeker's radio. I'm Andrew and I'm Scott. This production is meant to provide meaningful support to fight great career spastic whether you're working or not today on job seekers radio. We're talking about win the dream job just doesn't pay so. Well, right. I think most of us who have been down the career path for any length of time, have run into this. At least once I am of the opinion that we should follow what we truly enjoy. Because the more you enjoy the less feels like work, and their word passion is often used in that sense. Follow your passion recently, I've been hearing, other coaches talk about how that may not be great advice, and I'm not going to go there, because I really think it depends on the person and what really drives you if, if the, the idea of driving towards your passions keeps you motivated towards your goals. Go for it right? So I'm not going to get hung up on the words. I am of the opinion that we should be doing things that really make us happy at brings us pleasure. Hopefully brings us joy, there's a difference there. There is also point where sometimes following that following our bliss doesn't pay the bills is so funny mentioned that because I had a conversation with the client actually just this morning about that same thing. And, you know, she was looking at all of the job titles, and job descriptions, going scratching the head. I don't know what I wanna do will just tell me what you enjoy doing. Right. And what part of your job is soul sucking, and what part of your job is like, sold affirm firming, and creating and right. The gives you joy, and you have a smile, every time, you do it and often people don't go back in look at the definition. Passion, and really, if you looked at the definition at something that's worthy of you for, which you should sacrifice that you'd be willing to sacrifice to pursue it. And I think if that is your definition as you're looking for that job. The sacrifice can be money as long as you're paying the bills, right there. There is a breaking point. And sometimes we have to put off that passion. But that doesn't mean we have to stop making it our goal we can still be working towards that. And keeping an eye on that, for those who do vision boards or other activities that help keep our minds focused on our goals. Then by all means put that on the vision board. Put it in, you know, this the sticky note on your mirror, whatever that looks like for you keep going, don't sacrifice your future based on what you're doing for today. So that's the caveat that I generally give the other side of that. And. Not meaning to get into the negative right away, but just to help people stay of Jackson when, when they're working on this. If you are taking job because they say, all the right things they say they believe in all the things that you believe in and you take the job knowing that you're going to be underpaid whatever that looks like then you have to take responsibility for the outcomes as well. I have this has happened to me, a couple of times in my career where I've taken a job where they say, all the right things, and they, they really try to show me that this is what they believe in. Right. And they are values and I seem to be in perfect alignment with those values and over time. I realized that what they do, actually isn't really an alignment to what they say they believe. And so now I'm working people that I no longer trust, because I trusted them to. Live what they believe at. No point is this truly their fault other than they're not being authentic. They're not in the interview, not in the right, right. So they're out of integrity or consistent exactly from the interview to what's really the job, right? Which is something we this is obviously why we encourage so many people to engage in networking. Because in the interview everybody's gotta game face on. They want you to like them, and you on them to think you're qualified to do the jar etcetera. And if you're lucky enough to find something that, you think is a dream job than boy when the stars aren't all in alignment, they're financially speaking, that you have to make a choice, right? And there are things that you can do if you make the choice to take that dream job. There are things that you can do to supplement your income. We, we hear about it all the time. Lansing, gig contract gig economy. All of that is available to you and the whole point of taking the dream job is if you truly get joy out of it, if it brings you energy, then it doesn't feel like work. So you have the energy to do that second job or to do that extra gig somewhere around. Right. So you can have the finances to be stable, exactly or what have you. So when, when I'm talking to people about taking that dream job, generally speaking, that dream job also fulfills them from a style position. So if I'm really detail oriented, and I live in the weeds, I love doing research. I'm probably not going to be as happy taking the job as company spokesperson right out of water. Right. Because this spokesperson needs to be able to think in the big picture frames now, if your style purpose isn't there, but you've learned how to do. That really well. And you can succeed doing that by all means. Go for it. If you really are driven by crunching, the numbers, then you probably going to be happier in the job, where you're crunching, the numbers the dream job generally alliance with your style preferences when you get into that job and things are going, well, and you're doing work that you really love. And then you find out later that the company is not as it was described to you. Now, you have another series of choices to make as long as the work continues to be fulfilling you can keep doing it, this is choice. You are now choosing to do work that you love for a company that you don't part of the process that I see Scott is some people get in this position or this mindset, that, oh, the dream job, yet it exists, but nobody's gonna pay me to do that. Right. So they have this limiting belief and they're making. Assumption without actually holding the risk at arm's length. Yes. And that's totally understanding understandable. So I don't know that we're gonna approach that here on this podcast. I think the thing is, is that when you find the dream job and you've actually interviewed for the dream job, and now it's down to brass tacks, and they're giving you an offer, and you look at it near gone really. Right. Pays that right? I, you know, certainly we encourage everybody to do research on salaries, in, of course, understand that you're not gonna get necessarily every time an accurate picture of what the salary will be. Now, hopefully if you're in the interview process, you can ask, what is the salary range budgeted for this position? And if the person comes back to well, I don't know, I would challenge the truth in that generally, HR and the hiring manager have an idea of what this position should pay. When they've said that to me, that's a that's an indication to me that this interview is not going any further and that's fine. Because now I know that I can't wrap up the conversation and maybe I'll get another half hour back in my day. And really, that's why we always encourage at least my clients deferred they've salary, conversely, at a salute as long as possible. Right. Yes. Because the more that they have bought into you as a solution, and that fits in with your dream job aspirations, the rare likely they are to negotiate or go back to the well, and get additional friends or whatever that looks like on the back end. I totally agree. And I have actually said to people when they brought up salary early in the conversation, I, I make a joke of it. And I say, oh, does that mean we're already into salary negotiations? Is this the offer? Yes. Where's the offer and the generally laughs about this? But it gives me time it also gives me another chance to connect with them on a different level. So because that is the information I need to know what are they really liked to work with. So if I can throw that. And sidestep that part of the conversation, I get a better idea of, is this truly the? Dream job. Or is it just the story? And I and I remember years ago, the story of a young woman who is who she loses her life unexpectedly, and it was a mistake. And she gets to the pearly gates and Saint Peter tells her listen, this is on us or sorry. This was an error, so we're going to give you a choice. We normally don't offer you can either spend eternity in how or you can choose to spend it in heaven. But we are going to give you one week to spend in both places so you can make an informed choice and she starts by saying, well, I don't think I really need to experience it. I think I know. And he's all the same were going to give you this chance. So takes her the elevator. She goes down the doors open to hell, and it is beautiful. The weather is perfect. She it opens up onto a Gulf horse. There're all her friends in great close. They have all kinds of foods. She plays eighteen holes. Everything is. Great. It is a wonderful experience. And this is the whole week, right? So then takes the elevator. Spins a heavenly week in heaven. And so at the end of that second week, Saint Peter comes to her and says, okay, it's time for you to make your choice. And she says, I can't believe I'm going to say this, but I think I'm going to choose hell because I had such a great experience and said, okay, if you're sure, because you can't change your mind. No. I really think all my friends are there. It's going to be great. So he sends her wishes her. Well sensor back down on the elevator. And the doors open is everything you expect hell to be the fire and brimstone thing. And they're all of her friends, but now they're in rags and same shows up and says, oh, well come she said, what happened the close the food the Gulf, the weather. What happened? Oh, that was the interview now you're higher. How many of us have had that experience on the job? Right. Knowing that story and. I still run into that experience from time to time. That's human nature. We want to put that game face on. We want our potential employees to feel good about choosing us because, you know, something as hiring managers we take personally to that's why hiring managers don't want to be interviewed. They want control over the conversation taking that dream job is really an act of faith, and hope it's an a demonstration of your own confidence. Don't confuse the change from the dream job to the nightmare as necessarily their fault. We made a choice, right? We get to choose a lot of what happens with our careers. If we are keeping an open mind and understanding that the people, we work for are also human, and they may not have been completely forthcoming with some of the negative stuff, we can have make a less than perfect. Job into something better. I always get to that point in love this story, by the way, it was great. I think it also applies to people that are actually working because a lot of the idea, here is that you're going through a process you may be identified something. That's good for you. But this could also happen when you're on the job. Absolutely end. If you get a new leader or you're trying to make an upgrade into this process to something better more in alignment with what you think the dream is. And I think really, it's a process by which you need to make sure that that role does relief check, all of your boxes and that you ask some extra questions or in the interview process to make sure that you have ballot Asian, I've talked to people, and I suppose I've done it myself where you take a job where it doesn't check all the boxes and you hope that the extra boxes are going, the unchecked bugs, his bigger actual check box, if that's the case, then I strongly recommend that the candidate say. These are all of my goals, and this job will fulfill these this part, I would like to explore as as our relationship builds the possibility of checking the others. And that way, if they opt not to choose you because you have other goals that is actually a good thing, doesn't feel good in the moment. I understand that been there, they have done you favor by not letting you take job that is going to underwhelmed. You later that also is not good for them. Well in what I heard there, Scott is that you really believe, and I think every candidate should believe it as well that you need to stand up for yourself and Selena hiring process. Here's the thing. It's always self selecting if you stay on four something in that company doesn't provide it, it worked out. Yeah. When you say -actly, but on the flip side. If you don't see end up for something then you don't have an opportunity to actually do it. Once you stand up for it, and you say you wanna do this then. You get the chance to do it. When we go into these interviews. We tend to feel like the dog because we have none of the control right? Well, actually we do. I make a point whenever whether I'm interviewing potential client or a potential employer. This is a two way interview. And if they don't provide me enough time to answer to ask questions. That is an indication of their maintaining control. It's possible that they may be that controlling if they're your employer as well. Personally is not something that I enjoy. So I probably wouldn't be as happy. There is a place that is really more trying to understand what my goals are, and how that can contribute to them rather than what am I gonna do for them? Those are two very different approaches to interview and the experiences, therefore different. If you have the latter experience that is saying, oh, no. What are you going to contribute to me, and looks like the dream job? But you're not sure. Sure the chances are pretty good. You're going to get disappointed down the road because they're really not focused on. What's good for you? If instead that interview is about okay candidate. What are you looking for? What are you trying to do? And when people say, oh, where do you see yourself in five years? Well, if I knew that I'd be rich, right? No. That is my opportunity to talk about personal goals. What do I want to do with my career? And how can my employment? They're satisfied that. How can you help me as I help you look at this as a step toward that? Yeah. And, and it's an opportunity for me to actually paint a vision. And if the Vision's in alignment with what they need, even better executives could actually elevate that role to something that does pay well precisely because they are going to tap into the fact that you're talking about something you really want that is what motivates hiring managers recruiters into hiring people. When they see that true, deep seated interest start to come out and you light up. They want that it's compelling. I and I think to just based on what you said, is we never know, the dynamics of the organization, or the reorganization or succession planning, we may be offering them something they had in the back of their mind. That is now in the front of their mind because you brought it up, and they're saying, wow. Well, I was gonna hire for not only this role that one we can get to do two for one. Wow. Okay. So now I can go, she ate a salary for myself compensation package. That's what I want, or at least closer. Yeah. Because the last time I interviewed for full-time job, I was going for a role that I was overqualified for in the course of the interview process, they opened up a new position for me lake Boga. This can't happen. Taking the job that underpays. In another it self is not a bad thing. There are choices that we need to prepare for and make as they come so that we are in control of our own careers because I will tell you when you're doing a job that you truly love the pay is secondary. And I tell leaders this all the time, money is not a motivator. The research says up to sixty thousand and that, that number showcase but because there's a survival mechanism. Yes. You don't have your needs met. Right. Then it is a motive. Okay. What? No, no. That's the thing money is not the motivator. It's what money represents that is the motivator, so with that sixty thousand dollar figure, and that's going to change based on different parts of the country world. And having the ability to sleep at night, that feed myself that the science. No, it's not the money. It's what it represents. But you have to know what your walkaway point is that gives you power. You have to know. What your various stages for the money game really are because that gives you you're playing cards. You know, when you have the Trump card, and then if they say, no, you know, I understand this happened to me. It was what I felt was going to be the dream job. I could walk to work, and they were going to pay me fifteen thousand dollars less than I needed in order to pay my bills. I couldn't take the job, even though it would have been a delightful job urva, but all other respect. Right. And working for really great people who cared that was not in their budget. They could not hire me for what I needed to pay the bills. What ended up happening was that experience opened up other doors, because I had made friends along the way I stayed in Tarazona everything it could have safely. If was don't not apply just because it pays low, if it's what you truly love, go have the conversation and be up front about that. So they don't feel like you're wasting their time either and certainly prepare narrative can take you in the direction you wanna go knowing that it may not work out. Right. And you may end up in a job where it meets. Let's say forty percent of your needs for for financial but sixty percent of your needs for all the fulfilling things you are looking for. We always recommend. We've talked about this before, is it into days economy. You just don't have the luxury of stopping the search it has to continue not you need to be one hundred percent dedicated or or hundred percent focus, but you should continue your search and tell you decide not to work anymore. Yeah. You're right. We don't have the luxury of being able to just rest on our current situation because it is going to change and over. Time we've seen those changes happen more and more frequently you know that the cadence has sped up when I started working when it was common to see people in their careers for in their specific jobs for twenty thirty years now, people change jobs every two to three years. And that's on average the fact that I was in an industry doing sales work in the hospitality industry, where it was an expectation if you were in your role for more than two years, people asked you what's wrong with you. But that was unique to that role. Now. It's everybody. And so, when we think about taking that dream job, if you can cover your bills and be responsible about your obligations and take the job you truly love. I it's go for go for it because that is going to bring you fulfillment on more than just the monetary level. And then just start the process over again. Right. Looking for the next phase the next step in that dream. Because my suspicion is as we go through seasons of life, the dream changes. Yes, your motivations changed and, and the needs chain and the needs. The other thing that I been surprised about is how few people actually network within the organization that hired them because you never know what might be happening. I know I can think of a couple of people right up there. My head who have moved up in their company because they befriended, the CEO, not because they were particularly highly better than well. They were very skilled in what they were high skilled at knowing EEO. Well, that was the thing I think of one person particular who really knows her stuff in the role that she played, but she has continued to grow her job, based on the people. She speaks with every day as more people helped her with her visibility because they liked her. And they saw the talents that she was showing them. She continued to network within the organization and now she is at the top of her department. And I honestly I questioned some of her motives, she and I don't have similar styles. She has been successful. I got a handed to her because she was following what she really enjoyed doing by all means network within your organization now work outside your organization, be sure you're talking to people who do the things that you do. Or who align with what you really find valuable and joyful, and all these different emotions that you're peeling. Well, it's funny. You mentioned that because I had a conversation with a young man this week that it was kinda like that. Same thing. He was in this job. He had gotten the job in it was just like his maybe first foray out of college, and was just the job. He ended up in and he wasn't inspired by it or yada, yada, yada. I said, how did you get there? We know what happened is. I was working as a frontline person. And I ended up befriending the vice president and I had a conversation with him and told him about my interest in doing quality control, work said, great. So you've been doing quality control work. Now. What's next right said project management. And I said, well, have you gone back and talk to the VP one? No. Not since I started this QC job go back. I had to knock on wood because Hello. If that guy, did it, once, don't you think he's going to do it again? And I asked him what, what approach do you think you should take? When you go back and talk to him. If somebody gave you something as nice as job that you are interested in, how would you treat them? What would you say? He said, thank you. Go to. I said you're right on track. Yeah. You don't need me as a coach to tell you that, you know, intuitively inside of tasks that you need to go talk to him, say, thank you, let them know about your interests. What you've learned in QC job, especially right? Yep. And just say. Thank you. Because that you're now telling him this is how you have helped me succeed, and that is a great feeling for a leader that they know that they can know that they have had that positive impact on an employee's life. Of course, they're going to then help you take your next step because they're going to get that feeling again. When you come back to, to say all the new successes. Right. This is true of any networking opportunity that you have, and we'd you and I talk all the time about the follow up as you have the successes. It's important to go back to the people who referred you to this job in the first place to let them know you helped me succeed, and it's not butter them up. It's to help them stay strong in your network. And because they want to be strong in your network, and they want to know the rest of the stories, the whole poll, Paul Harvey thing. Yeah. Right. They don't have enough drama in their own lives. So they need some of ours. Well, that does it for this episode of job seekers radio, you can get shown oats and resources at seekers radio dot com forward slash zero four six. Free resource. We haven't resell, I've pretty sure we do, so we have a free resource. What we want you to do is go to job seekers. Radio dot com and download the anatomy of networking conversation. It's an e book that we put together for you to help you with networking, and to have the make these conversations. He's in bolt zippy will the recipe book for successful. I like that. Yeah. To cookbook. I like that. It's got all the ingredients. You need to be success. I love. All right. Well, thanks for joining us, for this episode of job seekers radio, we knowledge, your investment of time, and we really appreciate your attention head over die, tunes, and subscribe to get future episodes. And while you're there, please rate and review us, this is how we get the word out. Yeah. Of course, there's actually a link to itunes in the show notes. You make it super easy for you to go over there and participated in that actively. Absolutely. Yeah. So I'm Andrew. And I'm Scott until next time get up get out and get. Connected to people in your net. Everybody.

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Tight End-Turned-Comedian Gary Gulman And Other 'Curveball' Stories

Only A Game

48:33 min | 1 year ago

Tight End-Turned-Comedian Gary Gulman And Other 'Curveball' Stories

"This is only a game. I'm Jason Gay. You know nobody's sure or who invented the curveball. Many men have staked a claim Fred Goldsmith James Creighton phony Martin Album Holly Regis Philbin all right. I'm just kidding about regis but the best claiming a curveball might have come from a guy named Candy Cummings Real Name Candy Cummings who made his major interleague debut on April twenty second eighteen seventy six with the famous Hartford Dark Blues. One things undeniably true since the first curve ball was thrown in a major league game. The term is taken on a metaphorical meaning today. A curveball also means those moments in life takes an unexpected direction. Our first curveball today is a story involving football depression and comedy which are three subjects that go together surprisingly well. Here's Martin Kessler. Could you just introduce yourself. Tell me Your name and what you do okay. I'm Gary Coleman and I am a standup comedian almost exclusively in how long have you been doing that. I've been standing up and telling jokes since October. Eighth Nineteen ninety-three Gary Coleman Allman has performed on Jay Leno David Letterman Jimmy Kimmel Conan. My parents had a very different experience with the phone they used to talk to people on it uh-huh and to me the phone is this is seldom used APP on my phone but it's only in the past few years that Gerry's really started telling jokes about living with depression here he is in January two thousand and seventeen on the late show with Stephen Colbert more often than not. I use a fork to eat ice cream and if you you eat ice cream with a fork I know you so well so well because my policy is I'm not washing spoon until I'm all out of forks people say why don't you just wash spoon. Why don't I shower. Here's the thing Gary Goldman might not be doing this might not be talking about his depression might not even be a stand up comedian. If it weren't for sports Gary Story begins in Working Class City outside Boston called peabody his parents divorced when he was a toddler. He lived with his mom and two older brothers. He told me they were on food. Stamps and I got free lunch which was a humiliating. They would take the money from all the kids who had money for lunch and then it was like all right now the free lunch. Why don't you zero's lineup and we'll we'll hand you these fluorescent pink tickets as if the overalls and bare feet didn't give away your level level of wealth hockey was one of the first things Gary wished his family could afford but the hundred dollar fee was too much so gary looked for other sports some of his his friends played football and I just remember thinking that is not for me. I need something where they're penalized for trying to hurt you. Gary ended up following in love with basketball ascot ball and he quickly stood out Gary Six foot six in he could jump higher and run faster than most of the other boys but there was something they had at that he didn't. They were just tough boys. There was an expression. I remember growing up that my father would use to describe. It was always other people's kids. Oh He's all boy. Oy that one's all boy and it was never used to describe me because I was I was I was really soft. I had a huge stuffed animals animal's collection. I love to paint and draw. It's just this ridiculous irony that I was also born with a lot of natural athleticism and size Gary's coaches saw a kid who just needed to toughen up but gary was the type of kid who stayed up late watching the Johnny Carson show and loved making his teammates laugh by Imitating Billy Crystal and SNL Gary also had this belief that he'd never be happy unless he became a star and once you achieved great things than you would feel feel good about yourself gary dreamed of someday hosting his own late night show but he figured he had a better shot at stardom through basketball his self esteem on every performance and if you missed his first shot he'd feel humiliated after a bad game he'd feel even worse. Gary still remembers being crushed after one particular eighth grade scrimmage the this is very sad. I saw no point to living after that game. I was legitimately contemplating suicide. which is a a an ill sick response? It's clear now looking back on that that I had that. I had a mental illness but it would still be years before Gary. Goldman received any help Gary became a standout high school basketball player. He got attention from some division three colleges but during Gary's junior year a couple of assistant football all coaches noticed him dunking in gym class. The coaches were twins in their late twenties. They called themselves the jetsons they felt they were out of this world and they they told Gary he could be a bigger star on the football team. Gary tried to ignore them but the jetsons were persistent the first day of summer vacation. I got a call at at six thirty A. M. and it was one of these guys said it's Jetson. He gave me the address and directions to this gym and said meet us there and forty five minutes. You're going to train with us all all summer and we're going to get you a scholarship to college and I hadn't thought about how I was going to pay for college and they with one phone call had put all that anxiety aside because I believed them. They were so convincing so gary spent the summer training to play tight end when the season and began gary still didn't really not a block so he only played offense in passing situations. The defense knew what was coming but gary was so much bigger that he couldn't be stopped soon. There were newspaper Articles Calling Gary Mr Rob Potential. I remember being very frightened because I was like. I don't feel like this guy who is so dominant manton powerful but just the jetsons had promised college coaches wanted Gary. He accepted a full athletic scholarship to play Division One Boston College. The coaches told him he might even get to play as a freshman my head. I was like this is insane. I don't know how to play football that while I haven't played very much and that became clear. Almost immediately gary fell into a routine come home from morning practice then sleep 'til afternoon practice and it was clear looking back on it that I was trying to sleep away my my life. I was incredibly depressed. When the team finally had some time off. Gary went home to peabody. He mostly slept but we also talked to his older brother. Who wants suffered from a bad of depression? He said you sound just like like me and I don't know how he had this insight but he said you need to tell somebody on the at the school. How you're feeling Gary did he was sent to Boston. College is head of counseling services a guy named Dr McGinnis. He asked me a bunch of questions. I remember thinking this is a pleasant that that somebody's asking me questions about myself and listening and then maybe halfway through our our session he said why don't you just quit football and I remember thinking that that was such a a crazy idea for one there was a scholarship and Gary didn't admit it the doctor McGinnis but he still felt like he needed to be a star athlete to be a worthy person and so gary stayed on the team but he kept seeing Dr McGuinness. I think up to that time in in my life I've been depressed. Most of my life and I just thought it was how everybody everybody lived that everybody struggled just to get out of bed every day and everyone was felt that they were a lousy. Z. Person Unless they achieved great things Gary never played in a game but he made it through that freshman season sometimes the happiest part of his day was getting his teammates to laugh laugh for listening to Comedians on cassette tapes at night that Spring before the teams big Intra Squad scrimmage Gary met with Dr McGuinness. I remember he said this. She said I never give advice. I'm giving you advice. You should quit the football team and I admired this man so much and I remember before the game. I prayed to God aww I said. Please give me a sign that I should quit the football team late in the first half. Gary missed a block on a defensive lineman and he went past me with such ease and tackled the star quarterback. He got sacked so hard. The head coach was furious. He screamed at Gary. My lip was is quivering. I was almost in tears and I was like thank God thank you. This couldn't be a clear sign Gary. He quit. He told Dr McGinnis he's very proud of me and I said Whoa what what am I am not a I'm not a football player from not an athlete and he said while you'll you'll be a man and he didn't mean it like you'll be masculine macho tough guy commend you'll be you'll be an adult gary was able to get financial aid and stay at Boston College. He continued treating his depression in nineteen ninety-three. He he graduated and took a job as an accountant. At night. He started performing at open mics within a few years. Gary was able to quit his day job and become a full-time all time stand up comedian when Gary and I spoke he initially said he regretted those two years playing football but then he told me that if it hadn't been for the sport he might not have gotten help. I depression for years. If ever I may of muddled through with a low level depression for the rest of my life and I may not have had the confidence to pursue comedy but even after starring in Netflix specials and becoming a regular on late night TV gary still had to manage his mental health just three years ago his depression and anxiety became so severe that he was hospitalized. Gary started to doubt his career choice he thought he might never be able to do stand up again but he got back onstage in started doing what he'd never done before for opening up about living with depression if I see four prints in your ice cream. I don't need to see your kitchen. I know the dishes are piled so high. You can't refill the Britta. Luckily feedback positive feedback that I got in the form of laughter. I don't need to go into your bathroom. I know that the new roll of toilet papers resting on the empty spool. It's the only household chore I can do while Sitting on the toilet and I'm like not today today. CINCY started talking about mental health onstage on stage and in interviews Gary Coleman's been hearing from a lot of strangers some say they're grateful. He's been able to articulate what it's like to have depression others. There's Tom they listened to his jokes before bed because it makes them less anxious so that made me feel like I needed to continue to do stand up comedy the more I I heard from people saying that I had relieved their anxiety and depression the more. I realized that I had made the right choice. That story came to us from only games Martin Kessler it first aired in March of last year. Meanwhile Gary Coleman's new. Hbo Special called the Great Eight depress it premiers on HBO This weekend. I heard about Gary Football career on the podcast the hilarious world of depression you know we'll have a link at it. Only a game dot Org Tori Petrie. She was at a conference for football coaches as journalists journalist when she was asked and unexpected question. I am five foot six and I do not have a bulky builder by any means somebody somebody approached me Amazon. Hey have you ever thought of playing football and not until this very moment you mentioned it. That's coming up on only a game from NPR. I can't believe that summer is basically over. I know and you know what that means. The twenty twenty presidential races only going to heat up. It's a good thing we spent all summer sitting down with the Democratic candidates for president. Hello it is great to be with you. Thanks for having me. I'm delighted to be here for pleasure appreciate check out the NPR politics podcast feed for exclusive interviews with all the candidates on the debate stage. Subscribe subscribe. I'm Jason Gay and it's time for three stories. You should know they're saying you. Destroying the purity of amateurism not not once. Did they talk about the needs of these kids well. They've been listened. That's the governor of California Gavin newsom casually signing a bill into law on Lebron James Ames's TV. Show the shop and that's where we're going to start this week. I'm joined by Professor Kenneth Shropshire. CEO of the Global Sport Institute at Tarazona State University Hello can great thank you and also joined in studio by only games own Karen Given acorn learn. Hey Jason all right. Can you start us off your first while the governor leads off this California bill to six which gives college athletes the right to market their name image likeness Andy's agents of the process and this is what many people are viewing is something that it's not what it's not is pay for play not a moment where athletes are now able to be paid and yet. California schools what this law will allow is for some athletes that kind of have the Gravitas to sign nine endorsement deals and lesser level athletes to give lessons and get paid. This bill doesn't go into effect until twenty twenty. Three other states are looking at similar. The laws need to what it was. The opening really says it the idea of governor using an athlete's show to sign this bill is really in some sense a lot of what we're beginning to see much more with. Derek jeters player's tribune were players is he says the U Lisette space as a place to share what what they feel yeah. You know we've got a real new day. We've got to start to think about and get our arms around with the shop appearance. It was enormously effective you know usually these things are happening happening in statehouses there in a couple of local TV cameras there and everyone politely claps but this thing just blew up instantly and that's a credit obviously to you know what they've been the show but Lebron's name of course and newsome being canny enough to see what kind of platform this could be yeah absolutely can you were saying how this this is kind of a new era of athlete speaking out and having this platform and I do wonder if that's why this move was able to happen now in some ways as like we're hearing from athletes a lot more than we used to about the inequities and it is amazing to me that are deeply deeply divided country right now like this is the one thing that is bringing politics together. I mean every single California state lawmaker who cast a vote on this voted for the bill every single one and then the governor despite like this huge effort by the NC Double A. and schools and conferences to try to get him to not sign. It signs it in the most theatrical way possible. The most striking thing about this is that the myth of amateurism is dead. The Lone Ranger is the referred to monolithically is the NCAA and everybody this kind of singing from their him no and to see all these legislators in California buy into it and all these seven donate other states now looking at this. I mean that's really telling from where we were just a few years ago. Where people were still defending the idea of not providing compensation compensation to the athletes just because because they had visions of ancient Greece running around with fig leaves and all that stuff when you look at it and you referred to the fact that there's momentum and other states and you look at the other states where there's momentum. It's Ohio Texas Florida. They have college sports a Karen. What do you got for us so on Thursday sports illustrated laid off forty percent of its staff. Let's just say that again. Sports illustrated laid off forty percent of its staff and this thing really reeks of the worst moments of the dot com crash like remember that so staffers were invited to an important meeting. They compared notes. They realized they hadn't all been invited to the same meeting and as they suspected everyone invited to the the first meeting was laid off. Everyone invited to the second meeting got to keep their jobs Yay. Meanwhile as I. intends to keep pushing out content with the the help of hundreds of contract employees and in some ways this feels like exactly what's going on all over you know in all sorts of industries on the other hand like this is sports illustrated and people are freaking out but the response that I personally most identify with is is from Bryan curtis of the Ringer who suggests that we shouldn't see this as quote the day S. I died instead. He says we should see it as the latest in a long in series of awful events and that seems just about right to me. Can your thoughts yeah this Wall Street in what is it Bluestar Airlines really early. Somebody comes in th there's this beautiful enterprise with this this name and somehow they don't understand what it is and Dan somehow they really didn't have a great plan to to keep it afloat those of us. who were you know longing to be faces in the crowd and all those great things as I had over over the years we all? Did we all remember our sad this. This is what's going on in the world and like I said earlier. There are a lot of other ways that people are beginning to get their sports sports content and whoever leads sports illustrated going forward he was likely to be another transaction that takes place really needs to step back and figure out what can you do do this great brand and and clearly this group has not figured it out. I hope and the fear I have is that this is going to somehow turn into a branding exercise for the new owners that sports illustrated is simply going to be this name. That's GONNA get slapped on a lot of products will have sports illustrated you know cafes and car washes and disavowed the hotels and so on and I just think the DNA of title like that is brilliantly written journalism and there are a great many people people who became professionals in the industry who are inspired by reading the work of people who worked there for many many years and so. I just think that you cannot throw away that D. CNN and and if they do those car washes are doomed. I don't mean to make any light of the scenario though because I I have been personally one of those people with cardboard box walking out of an office once and and it is not a happy thing and I my heart goes out to everybody who's going through that experience anywhere air but especially at sports illustrated this week I want to Segue to some happier news which comes to us from the NBA which is using its G. League Minor League league outfit to Frankenstein together a new experiment. It's called two for one free throws now. Here's the idea a player gets a shooting foul and the G. League but instead of shooting two free throws and grinding the game to a halt as dribbles dribbles terminus support twice. He just shoots one shot and if that shot goes in accounts for two point. It's brilliant. Here's the best part they're also the doing three for one. That's right if you are fouled in the act of shooting a three pointer. It's GONNA be one free throw for three whole points but my real question to both both of you is can the New York Knicks. Take One free throw that will instead count for playing eighty two games. Now that is a shortcut worth doing but what about you. Can I mean I'd like when sports experiment. I don't feel like they should be sacred about their rules. I applaud these kinds of moves. Yes the G. League needs to go over the group of millennials and speak with Major League Baseball. There's GonNa be some creativity in terms of speed. I mean I never they had a problem with how fast basketball's moving I need debris sometimes when those guys are the foul line to fast slow this thing down so the League says they're gonNA take six to eight minutes off the time of the game. Are we really to the point where again that's two hours in six minutes is entirely too long but a game ain't that is one hour and fifty eight minutes is a okay like is that really the world. We live in right now. You're talking to the wrong guy here because I'm the person who now when i Google movie that I wanna see I find out how long it is I before anything else like I don't even care who the actors are of like ninety minutes. I'm in. I'll do that but anything over two hours so my thought is if really your goal is to just have a shorter game. Why don't you just take a couple of minutes off of every quarter like why get rid of free throws which I enjoy enjoy like to me. That's tension moment. It's like when you've got the action film and it's all very actiony and then they have to sneak somewhere and you're like holding your graphic like I enjoy that moment free throwing the putting of basketball dramatic is gonNA he should this is so easy he should make make it right. I just wonder if they're going to be coaches in the G. League who are going to try to hack this strategy by just you know launching three pointers from all parts of the three for one one foul my guess for this week's edition of three stories you should know have been professor. CHEMIS Shropshire. CEO of the Global Sport Institute Ah Arizona State Thank you can thank you and only a game very own care and given thank you Karen. Thanks you know that moment when life is just chugging along just fine and then it all changes. That's a curveball. Here's only a Games Karen given in the spring of two thousand fifteen. Tori Patriot found herself lying flat on her back on turf field in in Detroit Michigan as she looked up through the face mask of her football helmet and struggled to catch her breath. Another woman stood over her and laughed in in that moment. Tori thought to herself. Am I crazy. Should I really have done this. Is this over the top to answer those questions. We have to go back to July ally of two thousand thirteen. This time Tori was poolside in Hollywood Florida. It's press photo day at the Miss Florida USA pageant and boy. Is it hot. It was summertime in south Florida so yeah. It was hot but the seventy won Miss Florida USA contestants didn't seem to mind the heat. One of those contestants contestants was Tori Petrie. Everybody's got a lot of energy. We've all worked. Tori did both of these things taking hard hit on the football field and wearing a swimsuit and a Crown Brown because she wanted to prepare herself for the job she has today working in the NFL for the Detroit Lions. Let's let's go all the way back to the beginning. Tori Patrie grew up south of Gainesville Florida gators territory. She loved football but she probably would have only loved it from the stands. If not for a clerical error I was accidentally placed an ATV productions class in high school. The beauty pageants came later. I didn't do my first pageant until my senior year of high school. I had actually applied for a scholarship that required me to read an essay on stage at a community event. one of the organizers her daughter was a pageant girl and she kind of pulled me aside afterwards and was like have you ever thought about doing pageants. Tori hadn't but she thought about it and she decided it was a good idea. Yeah I knew by that point in my life that I wanted to go into broadcasting and there was so much public speaking there was so much interview training. That's why I did it. After high school. Tori went to the University of Florida and I got involved in covering sports. They're pretty quickly. Welcome back. I'm Tori Petrie tree. The gator football team clinched a huge win over top. My senior year finally worked my way up to being on the football beat which was the most coveted one obviously because it's SEC SEC football. I was on the sidelines for every game that season and all that time. Did you find yourself ever saying she. I wish I was out there. No no I actually had not thought about it at the time. Tori says she applied to dozens of jobs after school but one really caught awry multimedia reporter for the Detroit lions the Lions called off her the job on a Monday and by Friday. I had moved to Michigan for good. You are watching a lions postgame live five. I'm Tori Patriot alongside one day. Tori might be sitting in a studio dissecting the team's latest game the next she might be filming a segment singing Carpool Karaoke Carrie okay with Lions Punter Sam Martin had packed up and left Florida so quickly took a while for her furniture to arrive in Detroit but she had bigger things to worry about she had been raised on SEC football. She had a lot to learn about the Detroit lions and their history and so I was sitting in my empty apartment on my blow up mattress and just scour the Internet Internet just really study up as much as I could and it was like that before I left for work in the mornings. It was like that after I got home from work in the evenings it was just really digging in and being Mike Hey. I know you doubt me right now. I know that you aren't convinced why this girl from Florida should have come up here and be covering the sports team that you followed your entire life. Tori decided it. It wasn't enough to learn everything she could about the Detroit lions. She wanted to learn everything she could about the game of football itself so in in the off season after her first year she attended a conference for high school and college coaches. I mean I looked so out of place. I am you know I I am five foot six and I do not have a bulky builder by any means. Somebody approached me and was like hey are you a football coach and I was like oh no. I'm a journalist. I'm just here to learn and so they're like you know. Have you ever thought of playing football and I was like well not until this very moment you so you mentioned it. The man's name was Keith Thomas at the time he was coaching defensive backs for the Detroit dark angels. I took down his name name and the name of the football team and I was like is this a real thing. Is this something that people do and I ended up looking it up online and was like wow these these girls are legit this as a semi pro football team and this could be an opportunity for me to learn the game of football like I never have before so I called him up and he's like okay. Come up to practice. Bring your pads in your helmet. I'm like well. I don't have pads and helmet well so take me to your tryout like did you prepare for it. You seem like a person who prepares for everything yeah. I definitely definitely do try to prepare for everything but in this particular situation. I don't know that there was much that I could prepare for because I just really did not know what was going to happen. Events tryouts had already come and gone so Tori was just thrown into practices and her teammates some of whom had been playing the game for for years didn't take it easy on her. I remember one time in particular that I just got thrown on the ground so hard I had to lay there and catch my my breath for a second and the girls stood over me and this is my teammates. She was just trying to help me learn. She stood over me in that moment. She said now you learn to always keep your head on a swivel. Okay you're right. I will because that really hurt. This was the hit that made torey wonder if she was crazy to be playing football aw but she stuck with it mostly playing defensive back so she could give the hard hits instead of taking them at first. Tori didn't tell the other women on on the team about her day job and she didn't tell her co workers at her day job about what she was doing in her off hours which proved to be complicated I would show up to work just absolutely covered in bruises and so I would like wear long sleeves and you know the the season is from April to June on so it wasn't exactly long sleeve season so so what happened when you finally did tell your co workers was that kind of thing where someone spotted one of those bruises and you had to explain Blaine or yeah well eventually. I did end up having a conversation and I was like hey just so you know. This is kind of what's happening. This is why I I have bruises and I think that there was like oh my gosh. Are you going to do something to hurt yourself. Tori Patrie played two seasons with with the dark angels. She eventually became a starter and her highlight reel on Youtube shows that she had some skills. She had to stop playing when she could no longer juggle oh her work and football schedules. Tori had a hard time leaving her teammates who'd become friends but I felt like I had really learned and grown in the ways that I I needed to. I understand this game better. I can see it unfold better because I've seen it from field level and watched it on two fold from field level well. I'm having a little bit of an internal struggle because on the one hand this is such a cool experience and I get that you learned so much on the other hand. I don't want women to feel feel like you can't cover football unless you go play no definitely not no. That's not that's not the case at all for me. This is just what learning looked looked like and I got a lot out of it but if you can talk to people if you can tell their stories if you can help fans understand the game better. That's what covering sports is Tori. Patrie says she was never the best story even the most glamorous player on the dark angels but as a reporter for for the Detroit lions she does have the biggest platform and she wants to use it to bring attention to all the women who are playing the game today That's only a Games Karen given that story first aired in February this year Tori Petrie meanwhile she's in her six season with the Detroit lions. He did not have any fancy equipment. The time he ran his first this marathon all he had was a pair green prison issue pants a portable radio and a treadmill. Somebody brought water bottle which was something we weren't allowed to have because we didn't have marcel so they had to get approved through security and everything and someone had to bring coming up running a marathon in prison and remember follow us on on facebook and twitter at only a game and pr there are places in the United States were voting districts districts are made up mostly of prisoners who can't vote forgive me for not having chicken late this way I want to but it's almost like your body being you install on. NPR's code switch the connection between the US census politics and prisons. I'm Jason Gay next week and only a game cerebral terrible policy may have prevented play by play Guy Jason Bonetti from playing Tuba in a marching band but it did not prevent him from securing his dream job with the Chicago White Sox Fox but now Charlie here with the week's News Hi Charlie. Hey Jason Charlie on Monday Oakland Raiders linebacker Dante's perfect was suspended without pay for the rest of the season after his hit on colts tight end Jack Doyle. Now perfect is a known offender here but the whole season is this an extreme reaction or just more of the NFL's on again off again approach to discipline well. I think the NFL's being fed up with volunteers perfect act more than anything else. I mean he's hardly a first time offender and this hit with I mean he came running at Doyle from the next county. I have no sympathy for him at all. I think losing a year is probably getting off pretty lightly given his track correct. Do you think we'll see him back in the NFL yes I do. I think if he takes a year doesn't make too much trouble. He will find redemption with some team. Meanwhile about jets quarterback Sam Darnold says he's ready to play after his recovery from mononucleosis but that he's not willing to risk his life by coming back back to soon. It has to do it his spleen. I imagine he has a large spleen which can't take a you know serious contact to but don't jets quarterbacks typically risk their lives anyway in metaphorical sense. Yes this is serious and good for Sam Darnold for thinking events. I'm sure it's doctors have leaned on him to I. I WanNa make sure that I'm safe out there said Sam and I'm not going to die so we're going to have to wait for Sam Spleen to get back down to normal before he takes field truly minhsiu mania minhsiu humanely continues Apace in Jacksonville with Jaguar's or seeking a cash in on their overnight star quarterback with Minhsiu many pack of tickets that includes tickets to jags games not only against the saints in jets but also Bandanna and a moustache. I respect the enthusiasm Charlie but is putting a little too much pressure on a young quarterback to keep his facial hair with all. He's got me this goes back to Washington state last year and the only reason I know this is I have some friends who who are Washington state fans who keep me updated on all things. Washington state on the electric twitter machine this whole mustache thing everybody you know show up in Pullman for Game Day wearing fake moustache so this isn't anything new right. The reason for all of this is that Gardner Menchu has played very well as can probably indicated by the fact that they're giving away tickets Jacksonville. Soon bill needs a boost at the box office. I'm trying to think of a comparable quarterback Manian recent history. I guess Tibo had a minute there with the broncos. Maybe flutie flakes in Buffalo and Doug Flutie had that wrote the bill. I'm not exactly seeing the intense charisma owes either of the manning brothers and Tom. Brady's got stuff associated with them but it's all expensive pajamas and water. This is Charlie the NHL season is underway and it's now been five long months since last won a Stanley Cup the blues who had never before one cup before last season. They have the stuff to go back to back. I don't think so because I think that one of the remarkable things about last year's. NHL Playoffs was the teams that played clearly the best over the regular season all went out early early. Yeah the Tampa Bay lightning swept by Columbus. I don't think that's going to happen again. So I think one of the teams that ran away with the league last year is going to win the cup. I don't know which one yet but I don't think it's going to be the blues reliable sources and for me that Cardi B. will soon have a new album but what is this. How is this a sports story. Exactly she's going to name the album tiger woods. Apparently she remembers when everybody was talking trash about tiger woods and anyone you know he came back and won the master's and now that she's going to name the album net. Do you think it came down to like Tiger Woods or Jim. Furic was the. I don't know see I was wondering I was wondering about that but actually if you eliminate eliminate the Golfer Tiger Woods is a pretty good album name. It is Kinda pretty good. Outright does a lot you can think of a lot of different images and then of course the follow follow up album eldrick will be bigger finally Charlie an amazing story this week about a nine year old runner and Minnesota who entered a five five K. race took a wrong turn and wound up with a rather impressive result cade level of Saint Cloud Minnesota was in this five K. Race took a wrong turn and winning ten K. Race. I don't know how that's possible. What does it say about the quality of talent that was in the ten K okay. Oh maybe this kid is a female. Maybe we gotta keep an eye on K. Level who knows he may accidentally win the Olympic marathon you should we put her in her fantasy runner. Pool Charlie Pierce is guest editor the best American sports writing of two thousand nineteen on bookshelves now and he joins US each week here at only a game. Thank you Charlie thanks Jason. I think we've dedicated today. Show stories about the curve ball the metaphorical curveball that is you know those moments in life. Were things take an unexpected path for Keith through that path threat alongside an electrified fence inside the West Tennessee state penitentiary here's. Wb Wars Sheer Springer with a story that first aired appeared in two thousand seventeen left up here where it's just before that's handily we're driving through the foothills of the Berkshires in western Massachusetts passing rundown houses and the abandoned strathmore paper mill. We're headed to Turner's falls for a run. This is the place where Keith Jerus- grew up and got into trouble now. It's where he's trying to stay out of trouble the contrast between La live today and live ten years ago. It was just so drastic mystic. I started drinking smoggy cigarettes before I was eleven quite the alcoholic and got into heavier drugs. May Seventeen Nineteen drew was a dad by eighteen. He was on his own. Sometimes he went to work high or with a hangover. Sometimes he didn't bother showing up at all. He lost his factory history job. He couldn't pay for the rent for his room in a boarding house and he started breaking into bars and liquor stores for cash and alcohol didn't start getting incarcerated until I was eighteen and since then I've accumulated eight years of incarceration every bit of trouble I've ever got into due to alcohol everything that I've ever been incarcerated for. Dixon related his crimes range from breaking and entering to larceny to assault and battery back in August Twenty fifteen drew was twenty nine years old and locked up at the West Tennessee state penitentiary. That's when he started to change his life. Running actually was born out of boredom. I was sitting in prison. I needed something different. There's a lot of card playing and TV watching and everybody works out but we didn't have much access to the gym and I push ups pull ups dips and all that was not my thing so I needed something new new and I decided to try running. I'd never been a runner before that I like smoke cigarettes all my life and used to hate. We're having the running some class but getting out in that prison yard every time we get out there and try to run a little further and maybe a little faster. NFL pretty good Jerus- followed grasp path along the prison yards perimeter running beside electrified razor wire fence one lap around was about half a mile. What did you think about when you were running around. The prison probably everything I wanted to do when I got help just all dreams. I've had you know through all the years spent incarcerated all I wanted to do to do with my life that I hadn't been able to really just building life sometimes his thoughts. It drifted toward family. He hadn't been part of his son's life for years but he dreamed of building a relationship six weeks after he began running. Jerus- was transferred to the the Franklin County jail in Greenfield Massachusetts but in Greenfield there was no yard just a treadmill or joking that every day and for for you know it kind of became an obsession. He set small goals always trying to run farther and faster. He talked to the jail staff about training and racing and soon he set one big goal. He would run a marathon in prison. Since he'd heard about the history Rian Prestige of the Boston marathon he would make his attempt on the same day as the big race. The Monotony of running twenty six point two miles on a treadmill is mind mind boggling but for that was just the start the season I had been running and or absolutely horrible plain white velcro strap orthopedic shoes that were probably a bit small for me to I knew I couldn't run that far in those so I was running around frantically looking for shoes lose but we're very limited in aired because you don't you can only have shoes that are approved through their medical department and don't have shoelaces. They're not built for running thing. You know so I'd last second before we locked in for the night a fellow inmate. lent me his shoes. You know it's just an old classic reeboks box crap aircraft or beat up support not made running either another issue prisoners have to be in their cells at certain times so he needed a four hour window without any scheduled headcounts that meant he'd have to start his marathon when everyone no one else was at breakfast and the prison treadmill was set to shut off after one hour so drew plan to break his marathon into six segments he would run a segment than record his distance in time then restart the treadmill than do it all over again at seven thirty. Am mm-hmm on Monday April Eighteenth Twenty sixteen. I mean green cotton polyester. Jail issued pants and and plain white cotton t shirt and my crappy shoes. I have a portable Walkman radio that she will. FM AM radio. I have a towel wipe the sweat off and all that good stuff. I have small couple. Saul handful of jolly ranchers and a piece of paper and a pen to mark my times down on a few minutes in the second segment. Somebody brought me a water bottle which was something because we weren't allowed to have those we didn't have ourselves so they had to to get approved through security and everything bring it to me so that was cool and then we had called kitchen and had some ice sent downs. No that's nice water those little fancy water bottle as Iran Jerus- felt good as he passed the halfway mark even though it was the farthest he'd ever run but by the time got about twenty two miles. I was tug out he slowed to a fast walk for a couple of minutes then refocused and sped up. He wanted to run across the finish line of the last mile approached. Everybody started gathering around quite a little crowed road in made some staff last half mile. I felt a little burst of energy companies like last quarter mile at crank that up to ten and spirited and UH Jerus- prison version of the Boston marathon took four hours and fourteen minutes. He hoped to run faster but his disappointment faded as he said a new goal. He wanted to run a real marathon when he got out of jail. JERUS- says he's been released from jail more times than he can count but when he got out in the fall of two thousand sixteen it it was different than every other time. I walked out of incarceration. I walked out to not having any idea of what I was going to do. With my life. I still had dreams James then but I had no no idea of how to set one foot in front of the other to work toward any of those but this time they come out with this big old running marathon. I'll have to run toward Jerus- ran his first real marathon three weeks after he was released and he's still running gets training advice from running groups on facebook what shoes to buy what workouts accounts to try what to eat. Everybody who runs always like posting their workouts and post a lot of my workouts to people are just always. He's very very very supportive especially. If you're like going hard on yourself like like mad crap workout like no you had a great work you know they always tell you how proud they are of complicating and everything and and it's it's a lot of motivation to keep keep doing good things on the accomplish anything before so. I've been out of in jail now for about four months just the fact that I haven't found something to get myself back in as a compliment in itself I've also been clean clean for four months. I've been out which is another huge accomplishment. Everyday's a struggle but it's what allows me to live life life through his running connections. Jerus- secured a charity entry into the 2017 Boston Marathon he was working twelve hour shifts at a factory job Bob and training mostly on dark cold winter nights when you're after he ran Boston on a prison treadmill Keith Jerus- was cheered along the famous miss course by family and friends but one very important person was missing from the crowd his thirteen year old son. I uh I spent so much time away that he probably doesn't even remember me at all and sometimes I worry about the the things you might have heard about me growing up and and so I imagine what kind of picture he might hold on his head of what is what what kind of man is that is and whatever it is. I WANNA change all that I want. I want to see you know nothing but a good man that story came from WBZ sheer springer now not long after it aired in March of two thousand seventeen Keith Jerry reconnected with his son. He says they now spend as much time together as they can last fall though key started drinking again. I plead guilty to an oh you I spent five months in the Franklin County jail while he was released in April. He says he's sober now and training for November's New York City Marathon and that will be his third world major and his seventh marathon overall all including that one he ram while in prison only a game is produced by Martin Kessler Gary Wallet with help from Jonathan. Chang our technical director as Marquess smeal our executive producer just carrying given. I'm Jason Gay. Only a game returns next week. Thanks for listening.

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 Start Boston Scott? Also: Deebo on IR, Sutton Iffy

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Start Boston Scott? Also: Deebo on IR, Sutton Iffy

"Are. We doing this emergency pod because biles sanders out for week? One tangles on I are important. Sutton's a game time decision or did Jamie Iceberg dismissed me and really wanted to talk to me on Saturday. You know his idea. Though I think I think he'd be me what's up. Jamie. I definitely did not miss you absolutely not miss you I hate that we're already cashing lottery tickets but cashing lottery tickets or anybody we'll see we'll see Boston Scott rostered and seventy percent of CBS leagues as we record this at about five o'clock pm Eastern on Saturday, we'll be quick here. All right where are you putting Boston Scott and your rankings as miles sanders is out and he gets the Washington football team in week one. Thought Twenty I mean you know miles sanders was a borderline number one rb this week and I think you look at what the setup is from Scott. Last season, he was fantastic when he got a chance to get. Extended work the biggest example was obviously week seventeen last year when mal sanders left I believe was against the giants and Sanders scored three touchdowns but he had two games last year with ten or more Kerry's One was against the giants, the both of them against excuse me. So the first one against the giants in non PBR, he got you ten fifty, nine, six catches for sixty nine and a touchdown. In the last game against the giants he had nineteen carries for fifty four yards, four catches for eighty four yards, and so he was fantastic in those two games. So I mean, you see what the what the ability is there they'll give him you know double digit carries don't think that's GonNa be a surprise with Mao Sanders playing it just a matter of how much work will they give? I think the catches are going to be huge for for boss Scott. Now I mean, it's got a real opportunity as he was kind of splitting catches with Mile Sanders. This could be a five plus catch games that data line. is to be surprised if it's not at least. Five. Okay. Yeah. So in those in those final four games, he had six, seven, six, four and three of those. ZANDER's. Plan. Okay so the Philadelphia Eagles will go with bosses skied and who are you going to start if you're a fantasy manager, you're GONNA go boss Scott over whom? both Brown's guys. Nick Job N. Kareem Hunt K Jonathan. Taylor. I don't know if that's a big price. I'm trying to the Mac I got asked that I said Mac. I would start Mac. Yes I just Max got such an easy match up but it's that's the range where he mustered I would start Scott. Kenyan drake got. Levy on bell got. Sean, Jackson. Scott. How about Odell? Beckham Scott. What do you think about Corey Client Cork. No I know you picked him up in an IEP league that's got twenty seven roster spots. Fourteen League Sixteen Team League. That's the type of move for Corey comment because. I think they. They seem to trust Boston got. You know this is what we talked about a lot. You know I. I know when Ben Graduates with us he was he was hammering this point home as well. It's just you're looking at a guy that's in a good situation that has. The ability to catch the ball back for those you alluded to. So I think he's going to have a pretty big you know and hopefully model sanders back to. But this is troubling the fact that he can't get on the field for week one after he was, you know we've been running up the flagpole as no superstar and Now it's it's it's frustrating. This is the downside of when you buy into a player early and they don't play the only thing I want to say about Boston Scott really it's about Corey Clement and. Boss is like five foot six. So I'm just wondering if they really would trust them for a full workload or if he's definitely the passing downs guy and maybe gets a pretty even share of the carries with Corey climate. I think the giants game. Now forget about the production the giants game in week fourteen is probably what you're looking at ten carries. Six catches. So let's say it's twelve carries and four catches. So somewhere in the neighborhood of Sixteen told touches. Is probably where he's GonNa. Live. That's fine. So what does that leave for Clement just just deep league stuff you're saying I mean probably six or seven carries in two or three cats. All right. Fair enough. But in that giants game, that's what he did. He averaged five point nine yards per carry and he averaged eleven point five yards per catch. Know. So for the record and the second giant's game average, two point, eight yards per carry. That was the other with extended work. Yes I'm really. Goes because he is so small that it's. Quite. Ziegler didn't have a big problem five foot six. You don't see a lot of rain bags like that. We'll see what kind of workload they give them. Also see how tough of matchup it is your last year it was a great match up, but you look at the defensive line for Washington and should be pretty good. Either way is an exciting opportunity if you drafted boss scholarship over and over again, revamped offensive line for the eagles to moving guys around Jason Peters, is going to go back tackle right guard. So things are in flux. Okay. deebo Samuel out for at least three weeks on I are. Any reaction there. We'll find out at Brandon is going to be active. That's the key part of this. But I, think if you're in deeper leagues, go take a look at Kendrick born and trained Taylor those guys I get a boost. If you've doesn't play, you know they're just not going to throw to kill and and the running backs all day long we're gonNA find out I guess at the time that we're recording this as far as I know the game is still in San, Francisco on Sunday there wasn't talking about maybe moving the Game Tarazona on Monday. Because of the fires that are happening on the West Coast and infecting the the San Francisco area, the bay area As a result owners bring this up Kevin Coleman because of his sickle cell trait. Yeah. They said there's a chance he may not play if he does not play. Mckinnon because the receiver injuries becomes a little bit more of a factor. So if you're stuck with the Scott I'm sitting sanders injury and jerk McKinnon's out there. That's guy you can look into deeper league again you know we're not talking about no most ten and twelve team leagues but anything larger than that. That's something you should keep an eye on but if there Is No Samuel as we're aware now, and now you've does not play deeper leagues. I would look at born before Taylor seem to like Trent. Taylor a lot as well. So both those guys would certainly be in play for for the forty nine and I know on Friday show you were talking about Garoppolo he can't be trusted you know without receivers so Mr Moore to quarterback league and anything else. Okay Jamie finally Portland. Side and we're waiting. It's GONNA be a game time decision but he's Monday night and he's the second Monday night game. Yeah. So what do you do if you have Cortlandt Sutton? Well if you WANNA wait it out if you're stuck. I would go look at James Washington who plays in the first Monday night game. I would look if you're desperate Corey Davis Adam Humphreys who play in the first Monday night game Jay's Klay Pool, second Monday night game. I'm sorry Davis Examining ipod guys who play Monday night you know. So if you are if you try to wait this out even a step further develop. Tim Patrick and day Sean Hamilton just because those guys who play if play more if his out but you know the hope is week one you have some. Replacement options I tweeted on Friday some guys not just for Sutton, but also for Golladay Evans who are waiting to find out their status but. you know starts with Anthony Miller who's sixty percent rostered on CBS sports dot Com Leagues, and include guys like Stevenson's Van Jefferson. I'm trying to think of the whole list of guys. I. Put out there. Stevenson's Van Jefferson Scott Miller. These are the replacement options your yours Campbell I know someone you mentioned heiress. Campbell's on their Michael Pittman. In the same game you know these are guys that are available of viscous office is. A good one and has some long-term repeal. So You know I I would personally I try and be cautious with it. You know I I know they upgraded Evans by the time you're listening to this you probably know Evans was upgraded to questionable from doubtful. So there's a chance he may play but I think at this point you gotta assume that Nogal they know Evans no sutton. In Sons, the one that you have to really manage the most because the Monday night. All right. Well, I'm going to have to figure out what I'm doing the rest of the day. And it's basically going to be going to be determining what to do with all this extra fancy money I have. Smile Sanders is out. Boston Scott is in and I am going to upgrade somewhere else. Drafted Sanders Evans and Golladay or Sanders, and one of those guys and Sutton how you feel right now. Very realistic scenario to like round round one sanders round three one of those two wide receivers around four or five, maybe Portland Sutton. Yeah that would. Stink who Boston's Scott Forty seven hundred. Freeplay he's he's the free space yeah I got so much. But you know sometimes you just get you gotta do it I think I'm gonNA maybe a little McCaffrey in here now. All right that's Jamie. Eisenberg thanks so much listen. We're going to have an episode of fantasy football today in five. We're now recording overnight we're GONNA record it at about eight in the morning, get it out to you about eight. Thirty A. M. Eastern also make sure you're watching CBS SPORTS HQ at ten Am Eastern and twitch eleven thirty am eastern until until twelve thirty, how'd he get h? You have you have the CBS sports APP on your phone you can watch it there. But if you want to download the CBS sports H. Q. APP on your Apple TV Roku, Amazon fire. Wherever, you watch her APPS. That's a great way to watch CBS sports HQ AND TWITCH TWITCH DOT COM slash F F today. Thank you, Jamie. Thank you talked to your morrow. Right What everybody week one?

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Episode 125

Learn Astrology with Mary English

23:44 min | 1 year ago

Episode 125

"Welcome back to Leonard stodgy with Mary. My name's maybe English is book cost is called Astro Mary. And you can find me at WWW dot maiming dot com. Marriage Takada UK and also you cashed on a juror Dakata case sometimes, but because sometimes my website goes mitt clunky. I think it's who are gifted the violent is view articles on the etc. Now. This week. I have an Email from somebody and the point in time has been funny. I was thinking about doing I've done it already. But I thought to do a bit more about transits, and in this poll cost I thought I do a thing called transit triggers. And this is where you workout which planets transiting around your chart caused the most amount of impacting your life. And you can only do that by going back in time and see what might have happened in the past that no real way of knowing. What might come up in the future? You have to base this on past experiences. So save been through a stressful period in your life, you need to look and see where all the planets are which one might be doing something, and and that would be your planetary trigger. Our that's very stiff ways to work out. What could be a triggered your chart? Generally. Speaking is the slow moving planets, but not always k at. It depends what son zodiac you are what shape is if needs to shaves. Please go back to the first three episodes and get a refresh us episodes one three. And so while I was thinking about doing transit triggers for Leonov icon Email from and we will call her Julie. And Julie has sent me this questions is hope all is well with you. I'm just looking at transit semi chart and being the avid stellian in my chart, which you looked at in apple episodes, one hundred and twelve one hundred eleven stallions is in hundred eleven to be precise in the house. And it seems that Putin Saxon a soon to be transiting in that area of my chart. So and she says I'm graduating college in a week and a half and feel so much mundane stress about this huge life transition. Moreover, I feel like I have all this potential Edita. Best seems to have no clue how to apply the energy and passion anymore areas. I wonder if these upcoming chances are the reasoning behind my emotions lately was hoping that you would give me some insight. Turn. It's to sm- insights for Julie. Now, while I'm going to do is all put onto the podcast her Natal chart with the current transit's. But since transits is very much a visual thing, I'm going to screen record at demo. I have got one or two of these audion YouTube, but let's see if I can get a screen record. And. Then I'll put a link from the po- cost to the screen record, which I'll slap nude to YouTube. So I want new screen recording. And I'll hunt via tool to police while that pain, the do respond to end of mind. I think we equality nap. Now, Julie has a Louis Cendant very much one such child all squishy planets in the sixth and son in the seventh. Now, unfortunately, this particular little computer programmer, I use it doesn't show. A chart the same way as it does on Astor dot if I just click here, you'll see an asteroid dot com. Chart here is Julie's chart, and that's what actually looks like a these the on the outside these what she's talked about Pluto and Sutton gonna be chugging their way through the sixth house issue Nataly has son in the seventh. She has moved into such Terry's in the Jupiter on this as lash and today, I'm doing the book the moon is in Leo right onto her sentence. Oh, oversee should be tuning listening to this. Now, she's wondering why her emotions or the place. Now, there's only one place that can be affected a motionless in the chance. Let me go back to so Jack, this is what this program's called. There's her moon. They Tilly in the scientist such terrace. These Nelson Suchy Pluto's in senators just the two planets that they don't control the nowhere near each other. This column me would lettuce. I was if they were. And there's Jupiter which has been transiting through the sunset terrace since roundabout October last year, if we're gonna blame a planet for this is the moon, the emotions in the fifth has the fifth houses to creativity Jupiter has been working its way backwards and forwards now at this computer program, we'll have to click the blue button for the month Greenbaum for the the red button for the day. If I click here, and I go backwards in time but bottom predom- to foods tiddly bit. So there's Jupiter beginning November lost his Dupatta beginning its transit through the scientists such Tarazona go forwards. It's right says today's the eleven Sogo for month by month on the eleventh bump of them, look at you two that didn't identify and and we get to rant about eight Pelissier. Look, you can see he's going backwards. So Jupiter is slipping backwards. I'm win out June. I mean Marci made today so Bruce Quebec. Jupiter is wet degrading past your moon. Julie this is what's causing your emotions to be going up and down Jupiter on the moon is at a nice thing, the moon magnifies and makes things bigger, but the Jupiter magnifies mates things bigger. But the moon is how you feel. So your feelings is got nothing to do with this lot here, Saturn Pluto. It's jupiter. That's affecting you. Okay. Because do produce the ruling planet to you'll moon. Such terrace is transiting pastor has been gone backwards avoids Dr one of this, and it's going to continue to transit and wet grade because we won't be planets to go round this way. Okay. Anti clockwise ago. But because it's rich ratings continue to retrograde until June, July and August, and then it's gonna start going direct again. Okay. So we get to September and moving beautiful not a month by month, it's October and then Jupiter and we get to December. And it's now out of the scientists such attacks. Ariza and it will be way of away from your moon. So the remedy for the moon Bieler place. I've taught by this particular MD before it's a Hymie Pathak medical Dc nation. I g and ATI you get in a thirty c potency you have one or two tablets maximum a day everyday for week to settle how you off feelings anything that as emotional happening. This not too stressful when talking about death and destruction here, which is talk about feeling a bit sort of off course, see a you AUSSIE is an Paul of Paul. Then Ignatius, fiber, decide rashly is it is very good for grief and upset Menton Detroit. Miss that you get. But it's nice standard time you pathway remedy. So that's what I would recommend to help with the feelings. Now as far as the Saturn. And Pluto thing is I'm just pointing them out as as shot up. Southen has already been transiting quite a while food sign a cat once and come back month from apartments get whoop. This bit for retrograde going on there who looted says Sutton since December twenty seventeen has been transiting through the sign a cap on Pluto's been done for ages out go way back there. So Pluto has been transiting through capitol since about two thousand and eight don't get his computer programs, not entirely crip. Unlike Ostra dot com, but he's very visual which is wanting screaming gold, and when you were bored. Pluto is here. K now if he were to grow by a further in time to this here hit two thousand to a new aborted nine t seventy brightly. Yes, sir. Nineteen Ninety-seven Preto is now when you mean you need to back in time to ninety seven ninety eight ninety nine two thousand two that's what was going on you when you age five because pre two was there when you were born you get to age five and Pluto. Is now on your moon. Normally speaking Pluto conjuncture very close to the moon means field Brutus by DJ transformation. Some sort of inverted commas type tool Merle wherever could have happened. Nothing has happened to determine but that supposedly, and because you have a one-sided child you're going to spend the majority of your life underneath the influence abusers go forwards and Tom can now all alarm twenty seven twenty eight nine twenty ten twenty fourteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen you've had so far lifetime off skip provide data Camco eleventh being under the influence of Pluto. Because is the nature of the way your charges, very one sided? So you should go out of your it by now. I'm so I'm there's nothing you can do Pluto. Okay. You just need to recognize if you have a class to chart and Pluto is making a lengthy transit through the cluster behavior. Chart. Remedies for that is to just remember that you are as if you were a Caterpillar changing into a butterfly. You are changing it will be a slow change is not that sudden when the you know, it starts where it starts is the suddenness of it. So nothing went on until boom. A our says it was year two thousand and two. Now, you go so you'll moons a sensitive part of your charts in the fifth has now wise that you will Lewis said didn't and the fifth house is the house ruled by Leo Keiko's is the fifth houses the v sign. Your son sign is a query is you're probably more influenced by the sun. And at the moment, the sun is up in the sign of tours, which is up here. And I believe you're having to make decisions about your Chris. When you gotta son will chart, which is what Lear center would be need to check the fifth house which way you moon is located side, you feel and also where the sun is. So. Throughout the year. You will be pretty influenced by where the sun is. Now, I've caught up at lewiston charts. And I'm always checking rather Sundays, you know, which houses it transiting through at the moment. So in Julian your cases, going through Chris you do need to think about it. Don't stress out about it. You know, you'll make a decision. It doesn't matter. If you start in the wrong job, you don't like it. You can change nothing is fixed in stone. And that's only to remind to fix cyanide yourself because your son signs fixed. Your ascendant is fixed your mum or as vocalists fixed. That's it son sign and descendant on his promise. My planet's about the Jupiter's fixed Venus's fixed. So you're not mad on change. It's not something that you fix on a sentence. Don't like a lot of change. However, you just need to access that you moons immutable sign. Okay. But Jupiter said the the cause of you feeling why you are at the moment when not gonna blame Saturn. All Pluto is sadness perfectly happy in capital loves it. We're going to be pointing the finger at Jupiter. So you need to remedy that by taking some Ignatio just a week. I'll be enough to settling down or listen to some. He asked me for some links to hit no tactical bazillions full JIMBO website mouthing to help you feel better. So this is Julius chart that we've been talking about. Now, that's to jot sedan polite to do one always lead to do different things where gonna look at the chart Salvador Darlie, who you might have heard, of course, he's a famous painter, and he celebrated today because I'm recording this on the eleventh, but he won't be cousins to March twelve. He is a son sign tour sees he's was had a cancer ascendant. And I wanted to demonstrate a planetary figure K. Now. So let's read the bubbles let me go back to. But, but we keep out, and I thought well, you know, two things are going to influence no influence, but make a big impact in someone's life is Gymboree deafen birth and Salvador Dali was born in the eleventh made front his brother had died earlier that kick dragged him to the grave intended, misery and goodness blob of parents, raunchy and. Now, this is the thing you wanted to pay attention to so in the sick, the febru- nine thousand twenty one Darley's mother died. Okay. So quote, his birth chart here, and we're gonna go to the sixth of February and the new U K, we do date I than month and year, Donald me why. But with different to US, but heavier so six February nineteen twenty one zoom the computer back teen twenty one won't be dumped them, don't dump Tom, Tom. Come on. After the door here, I t twenty one and we need to go to February. We go. We need to go to the sixth. Now, we were just talking about Pluto took to about three two again. Now in dollies case, Mr. Salvador Dali Pluto was there when he was born. It would transit and gum post his niche, even before this date, having he's sixteen assists there on the Wikipedia pages sixteen yet when Dolly was sixteen years old, but all stuff going about the dead brother and dragged him down to the graveyard and all the rest of it was he would have had a spent a vast amounts of his childhood with Pluto, transiting and conjunctiva his Natal Neptune in the twelfth house nightly had Pluto, a niche in the twelve would just confirm that with Salvador Dali he began his his chart think so go he had Pluto Nataly in the eleventh Neptune in the twelfth on the ascendant is something like twenty two degrees. So decks wanted to exactly but look at this said the date. Mom dies. Pluto is now going over his ascendant. They had an enormous. Impact on his report to anybody. Wouldn't lose your mom a big impact, and we're gonna blame panic. We're gonna blame Pluto in this case Puteh didn't cause the death of his mother, but he was deeply changed because of it so Neptune is there when he was born by the time it gets to sixteen Netease. Now, here's a niche is overtaken. Pluto causes a foster planet breaches much slower, and because it had conjunctiva earlier on mind air conjunctiva his Neptune. It would triggered his NATO unionise, which is in the house. Now, the two major deaths that happened in his last one MRs mum and the other was his partner, and she died on the tenth of June nine hundred eighty two this just a quick demonstration, you know, about planet she triggers, and this is where you need to go investigate an and ping over to after dot com. Put your chart in a go backwards and forwards and Tom tenth of June eighteen two. So we competed tells us so this is hold of his live, LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, I'm going down to his health to catastophic turn. He started getting Parkinson's. And then this is wife here tenth of June eighty two she's the date we'd go here. So now on the surface of it. There's nothing going over his ascendance. So how did why or how did apps such a big impact on Vinci's of those not gonna cause anything oracle, but Pluto's down here. Now, I'm Pluto's in libra Sutton's in LeBron is in libra, and those are all opposite his Natal moon in Aries antiques Jupiter, so we've got an opposition thing going on. So it's not as severe as what happened to him at birth. But it would be squaring his ascendant because a planet in the sign of libra will square this sent an I think. Are covered aspects took about much at episode nine teen, but please no square the ascendant. I think trying to get to go back a bit. But Sutton might be. Yes, look satin is doing a scoops square to the sentence a opposition, Missouri centers. So this is never want us by some the screen, blockages and delays and stuff. So Saturn is exactly squaring his ascendant. So the outer planets a triggers four, Mr. Salvador Dali, Pluto, mum's death, satin, the demise of his wife's oats opposition to his moon and his Jupiter and squid his ascendant. So obviously had choir was very sensitive ascendant have anyway in the sign Akins, you know, so if we ever saw the so Jack you of you call cancerous engine, you're gonna feel things at fifty paces. It's a very tactile feeling. Ascending signed to have. So it's it's all about a kinesthetic feely type things. So I'm going to turn off the. Hope it saves it stops during the cooling. Ten not off. And I can carry on to king being being reduced that. So that's a small demonstration about punditry triggers out of mentioned transit's before, but this isn't just transit's this things that trigger you and your char. There will always be something that will have more of an impact or vet comes effect on your chart and something else. And in Julie's case, it isn't the Sutton of Pluto thing, you would add a lifetime without it's the Dupatta thing, and is because of this precise moment, Tom jibbidy threat. Grading in Salvador Dali case glitter going over the ascendant isn't particularly fluffy. Let me tell you that the had to I had it when I was no I'm never an I'm not going to have ever. Because Pluto when I was born in the first house, it was never going to happen to me. I did UNESCO over my sending because twelve point I was born. So quite early on in my life. I had unison with the ascendant. So you can see see Murray con seek as a of Chevy thing now that you can comprehend that a planet that goes over the ascendant or posses your sano ever you need to find in your chart. What is your planetary ticket and say, you're not going to be able to do it until you've had some key event in your life. You can absolutely identify. Oh, you know that law stressful for me, that's an have to be stressful. It can plant you ticket can be something fantastic. I gay married, but normally speaking when you talk about a transit tweet Twitter, it's something that is not positive so and then we need to find out. What is the remedy fruit was the best way of resolving the issue? So just a little discussion today about punchy triggers. You you could icon to your show for you. You'll have to do your and you'll have to find what might be a trick. If we, but generally speaking, it's the outer planets that have the most amount of wack so Neptune. Pluto unevenness what have the biggest punch, but MAs might and Sutton might a Jupiter. You wouldn't have thought would cause it seems to be a positive planet. But obviously if it goes retrograde is going to fake things. And in Julie's case it's right on her moon. The moon moment in the Moonies how she feels and we that transiting through a fifth house in the fifth houses back creativity. So maybe in the decisions that you're making Judy you need to be specially with the DO senton plan is the fifth you need to be doing something created. So even if you're not doing that for a living and making an income out of it, you need to be expressing creativity in some ways. I actually I would also recommend the wonderful book by Julia Cameron the. Artists ways know about the sleeping an autism special about paint. But is about discovering and re discovering your creative artistic in a creative self. Yeah. So I hope that helps I hope everybody else you have a fab week, and I just need to say thank you for listening. If you want to get in contact it's Mary at marrying restock Hoda UK. I do teach started you wanna one it's thirty pound per lesson. This six lessons to have the introduction to astrology. And then we progress onto what's called next steps. Astrology? We cover quite a bit of you will more information do pigmy of an Email, and I'll send it to you in the lessons where you have a a word document that explains everything that's YouTube vizier, the I've recorded that you can watch. And then we book in a sixty minute Skype possessions, including the process good value. Then we have. It s a Skype chat, and we talk about your lesson. But we talk about how it is viewed is wider Duke losses could copy into bitching plaza do one on one. We talk about your chart way your aunt. And what's the planets are half off doing have done a robot? We we really really analyze your child. It's a wonderful way of learning by yourself. So hope you have a five week, and I would like to repeat if you having to poke us, please. Would you do me a wonderful wonderful favor and just ping review on I tunes wherever it was. 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Questionable Choices?

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17:38 min | 5 months ago

Questionable Choices?

"Today the world looks pretty different but IBM is helping me. New problems with new thinking. Researchers are using supercomputers to discover treatments faster. Retailers are turning to the cloud to restock shelves more quickly. Teachers are working with a I to rethink the classroom. It's not all we can do but it's a start. Let's put smart to work see how. Ibm is helping IBM dot com slash Cova. Nineteen of the attic will bond for what seems like an eternity. Let us start by circling back to the draft over the weekend and what we both thought was the biggest story in the draft in which the Green Bay packers moved up to take a quarterback Jordan love in the first round without telling Aaron Rodgers. They were going to do that. Arron Rogers says since congratulated Jordan love and Matt Leflore. The packers coach believes that Rodgers will be a great mentor for love. Are you as confident as Matlock Florus? Well Tony Look. This all depends on what their relationship is. How it evolves how it starts. I mean it's Jordan. Loved the kind of guy who's prickly a young gun is gonNA walk in and say yea. Take your GIG. Nice seeing your oh man or is it gonNA walk ins or the hat and Hannah say I love you. You're one of my idols. Mean I'd like to soak this up and stay out of the way Sir. Whatever you can do. What's the approach going to be? I don't know Jordan love. Aaron Rodgers didn't know Jordan love yet so it depends on what Aaron Rodgers wants to do. The notion that love is GonNa sit for four years to me is insane because nobody does that anymore. This is that the nineteen sixties. That are making anybody. Sit for four years so Aaron Rodgers has to decide what he wants to do it. What kind of Mentor? He wants. To be based on their interactions. The issue isn't whether Rogers is going to be a good mentor. He's going to be better to love than Brett. Farve was to him. The issue is what are the packers doing? Exactly what does the second year general manager and a first year coach to trading up to go get a quarterback in the first round a deliberately obnoxious move? Don't have the stones to tell Aaron Rodgers. They're GONNA do it. You tell me this you tell me how visit thirteen and three team. How does that improve the packers this year? Exactly because it doesn't well the only way to improve them Tony. Aaron Rodgers was to get hurt. I think he's been hurt a couple of times his lap. Pretty Damn durable. It misled the time. Look I'm not gonNA fall to packers for the packers best interest but as Aaron Rodgers knows. He better look out for his own. Message is this is what people talk about the NFL being the most cutthroat business in a cutthroat industry. This is the kind of thing they're referring to. So I wanna hit the packers but if your air arrives you gotta look out for yourself. Am I right about that? You agree with that. I think Aaron Rodgers order considering asking for a trade. That's how much I think. This is a ridiculous pick on the airport. Aaron Rodgers does not have around him. What mahomes does what breeze does what even Garoppolo does every year? They don't draft anybody to help Aaron Rodgers and they say you're so great go out there and turn water into wine and pretty much. All the time does that. This could not happen on any other team in league because other teams have owners and you would have to go to the owner and say we're thinking trading up to get a quarterback in the owner and say what. What are you nuts? Get outta here? So that's my position on this one. Let's go to controversial draft picks for two hundred tone. The Eagles use the second round. Pick number fifty three overall to select jalen hurts to be Carson Wentz back up this pick is confused Psalm says. The Eagles have such a huge financial commitment to winter already. So does it make sense to you that the eagles draft it hurts. It did not make any sense to me because they're paying went so much money and because he sufficiently younger for example than Aaron Rodgers. But I had our friend Peter King on my podcast this morning and it made great sense to Peter King and this is essentially what he said whence gets. Hertzel gets hurt a lot. He's Miss Thirteen Games. In the last three seasons including the the playoff run to the super bowl is said so therefore on that team on the Eagles team backup quarterback as one of the ten most important positions and he pointed out and I want to get the names right here. That one of those guys is nate. Sub-field and one is kyle law letter and it was. Peter King's impression that this was a really smart pick because hurts would be an upgrade. So I'm GonNa go with Peter on this how about you. What Tony. Wins has missed a ton of games. There's no like he's been hurting wiped out seasons but he can't close he hasn't closed. I mean I you know. He's been unavailable at the end of seasons. Which the Eagles think they have team built for the end of the season. So I you know I. This is okay. This is not quite like the Green Bay packers situation. They committed all this money to win. So you know they they just committed so you know they want wins to be their starter but look. This league is a two quarterback League Tony for most guys you know not. Everybody's Tom Brady arrives. Guys get hurt. They need a suitable back of more than a suitable back. You need a backup. Who can allow you to continue to compete? Like the Eagles when they won the Super Bowl for years ago a couple of years ago so I think it's reasonable. I really do. Yeah one of the things that Peter said any mention the name of tastes. Melanie said he's not going to play as much as tastes. Hurt swung but he believes the doug. Peterson is an offensive innovator and he will get hurts out there for six or seven plays with wins on the field my only reservation before we go to the next story. Mike is this it said if you Carson Wentz. I think you look at this as an antagonistic. Move and I think there's a possibility down the road of conflict and that'll play out this season. We will stay. Having mentioned Taste Hill. We'll stay with that for a second tastes them. Who was given an enormous contract for two years by the New Orleans Saints? He's the second highest paid backup quarterback in the entire league. So you think they're grooming him to take the place of drew brees but apparently the saints are trying to acquire Jameis Winston at the same time. Does this make sense to you? Yeah Tony is sort of. Does if you look at their quarterback room last year and what they had teddy bridgewater and taste some hill behind. You breeze in bridgwater had to play. Yeah I mean Sean. Payton likes apparently to carry three quarterbacks. Use them he can actually use them. You talk about an innovator in Doug Peterson we'll you know. That's the case in New Orleans as well what the staff they've put together and they can put they're gonNA put tasting hill out there probably in more plays you know. He's a quarterback slash. He does other stuff. So yeah and you only committing one year Jameis Winston so and drew brees is forty or forty one. If he's GonNa be this season so yeah it does make sense to me. Particularly based on how that has operated in recent history. So I've got a great statistic for you. Taste them hill in his career has completed seven passes to saints players Ramos. Winston has completed okay interceptions. But he's completed ten. I agree with you that it's a pretty good idea. Jameis Winston not only was the overall number one at at at one point but he's from that division so he knows Carolina so he knows Tampa Bay so he knows Atlanta he might be useful as you play those teams six times in a full season if there is a full season and my two breeze almost retired this year and it's been announced and confirmed by these going to go in the booth at some point. You don't know when that's going to be. You may need a bridge quarterback from breeze to hail to your next guy me winstons fine. He's fine for that. Yeah well I mean you would think he could be coached up to sort of cut those interceptions if he cuts it if he can cut it to a mere twenty his team probably would have been last year. Tony US get to the last dance last night. Of course Michael Jordan took some fresh shots Zeh Thomas and the Pistons for not shaken hands after losing the Bulls in the Nineteen ninety-one Eastern Conference finals. Were familiar with that. If you're old enough and Isaiah has some thoughts on Jordan recently telling Fox's crystal Sard that have Kevin Durant and Lebron James played now because they're so superior terms that are athletics and athleticism that Jordan might not be considered the goat because those guys would have dominated the period when he played to that. You say what I say you can take Lebron and durant and you can put them in the NBA of twenty five years ago. You can look backwards. And of course they're going to look like something more special than men. But I say this about Babe Ruth Babe Ruth came along now with. The training comes along now with the nutritional comes along now. He hit nine hundred home runs because he was that great. Michael Jordan is that great. This is not about Isiah. Thomas Making this pithy comment. This is about the fact. That Michael Jordan Isaiah. Thomas don't like each other okay. Is Eight thinks that Michael Jordan kept them off the Dream Team and Michael Jordan looks at Isaiah Thomas as somebody who's not in the league with Magic Johnson and Larry Bird they don't like each other to which I say. Good that's fine with me. You know I share some of these sentiments. I got to say about this is Ahah does really believe what he said about durant and Lebron. We had this conversation. Isaiah and I did this summer before the last last summer. Ten months so Isaiah believes that but he and Jordan. Of course. They don't want you to do. This shouldn't have to their rivals. They should they don't need to strike each other. Tony so this is interesting to me because as they talk about the handshake John Salley has come out and John. Salley has said you know I would do this differently. Isaiah said probably do it differently billing beer of course being the load some bill laimbeer has said No. I don't but let me just say this Tony. I'm so tired. My friends and relatives Detroit. I'm tired of them. I'm tired of even the the guys the young writers. I love to death like Greg Moore out here in Arizona and Vinnie Goodwill Detroit guys. Why why Detroit can't get over it get over it own. It own what happened? You were a great team a great team. You took out magic and bird to get your championships. You did it so stop guys. A great writers. Nobody can go over to Detroit. I'm tired of Detroit and again let me defend. Isaiah just on this part. He believes this. That has nothing to do with the last dance. He believes the people are more athletic today than in his generation which is the same as Michael Jordan's but the Detroit Bulls thing they hate each other. Good I agree with you. Hey that's thrown hater. Drink some right and Michael Jordan. Made it clear he's still hated the Pistons. This is the official bad boy position. It was articulated first by Bill Laimbeer. Who said something to the effect that Jordan wouldn't be the goal Jordan didn't involve his players when he first got into the League? And Lebron did Lambie Erin is. Am Thomas have taken this position and let me say something else. Isaiah Thomas can hold a grudge. Michael Jordan is the only one is allowed to hold a grudge favor of this institutional hatred. I am in love and now I'm I'm absolutely a favor of it's good for the game. It's good for all sports but you gotta own it. I don't want to hear people read that you know. That's the only thing I've ever liked about bill. Laimbeer my life never like anything else about him ever again. He seems to own it fine but but you know let it go Detroit. But that's only with that with throwback to sage in Kevin in the studio geico presents. Not again another voicemail from your roommate man so I was in a rush to get to work and I left the back door open. Could you shut it. I lifted wide open. A while. You're there. Could you also turn off the oven? And all of the burners. My mom never let me use the oven. I wonder why the Geico Insurance Agency could help. Keep your personal property protected. Like if it's your roommate's first time operating an oven visit geico dot com to see how easy it is to switch and save on. Renter's insurance time for the happy's I go to the glasses because there's no prompter here. We go happy sixty six birthday her Edwards most famous of course for saying we play to win the game when he was head coach of the jets but before he became a coach. Edwards was a defensive back for the Philadelphia Eagles. And in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Edward scooped up the infamous fumble by Joe Pa- Sawchuk and scored to give the Eagles in one thousand nine hundred seventeen victory. In what later became known as the miracle at the meadowlands the Eagles fans and ruefully as the fumble too stunned giants fans all Pacific had to deal down to win the game but in Stanford tempted to hand off to Larry CSONKA Edwards has a fifty four and seventy four record as a head coach in the NFL for the jets and the chiefs and then after spending years at ESPN is a commentator. Edward Edwards took the head coaching job at Arizona. State who is now fifteen and eleven and Mike for the second year in a row. He had a wide receiver taken in the first round of the draft as Brandon. Iook when number twenty five to the forty niners tone is easy to for me to roof Arizona State Anyway and I certainly root for them with herm away if he can't go in the office every day her really Golfer. Tiny little handicapped rights on. I should see if he's available. We do stuff like that out here. In Arizona harmony understand rooting rooting for the sun devils and Herm Edwards active. Please don't make me jealous about your golf courses out there. Happy Anniversary Houston Texans on This Day. Three years ago bill. O'brien traded up to get the number twelve overall pick in the NFL draft and used it on quarterback Deshaun Watson from Clemson Watson. Was the third quarterback taken that year as you. Well Know Beyond Mitch Trubisky when bears and Patrick Mahomes who went to Kansas City. Watson has quickly developed into a very good quarterback although it remains to be seen how he's GonNa do now that the Texans traded is best receiver Andre Hopkins Tarazona. You are now seeing video of bill. O'brien getting very angry in the third round of this year's draft according to the Houston Chronicle the source of O'Brien's anger was Detroit backing out of a deal just as the Texans were on the clock. The ninetieth pick the Texans ended up taking Florida. Pass rusher Jonathan Green art with that. Pick my on. You know what I think. People trying to be general manager and coach. I think overwhelmingly it don't work. And if Shawn Watson you go of Hopkins. Iv angry very very happy trails trend Williams the seven time pro bowl left tackle for the Washington redskins got his wish when he was traded to the San Francisco. Forty niners Williams refused to play for the redskins when he determine their medical staff had botched cancer diagnosis on his scalp that required surgery and he sat out the twenty nine thousand nine season new coach. Ron Rivera tried unsuccessfully to reach a peace with Williams and openly shopping Williams reportedly nixed a trade to Minnesota. We could have protected old teammate. Kirk cousins going to San Francisco reunites Williams with Kyle. Shanahan was offensive coordinator for the Redskins in Williams's first four seasons the acquisition of Williams takes a lot of the sting out of the announcement that San Francisco's perennial pro bowl. Left tackle. Joe. Staley was retiring. Williams will plug right in and all it cost. The forty niners is a fifth round. Pick this year and a third round pick next year when he just focus on that last part redskins what they get they were going to get a couple of seconds mantra whims and Brisk Player. Pro Bowl seven times. What are we talking about? It's like okay. It's a new regime me. I was thinking who made this deal. Bruce Allin No. They threw him out. But it seems like the same. Ole SORTA redskin deal. I want to shut up before we get out of here. Tony to John Salley. I want to do that and I want to say to Greg Moore and Vinnie goodwill just ripped earlier between my guys. Oh till petkoff to quilt. Great Tony Kornheiser. We kid because we love to quote the Great Tony. Kornheiser we bear grudges forever. Do Sage in Kevin taken away before we say something. We're GONNA regret.

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Ep. 14 - O poder dos discursos

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37:40 min | Last month

Ep. 14 - O poder dos discursos

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Allez, Europe! Macrons diplomatic push

The Economist: The Intelligence

24:12 min | 11 months ago

Allez, Europe! Macrons diplomatic push

"Ever heard of lab grown diamonds if not we've got you after thousands of hours. Mastering the science light box here to shed some light. Here's how it works lab. Grown diamonds are essentially chemically the same as natural ones just made in a lab to make them they use a plasma reactor to heat tiny pieces of lab grown diamonds. Up to temperature's temperature's almost as hot as the sun and about two weeks those little seeds turned to full carat stones light box has hacked the process to consistently create their gorgeous stones owns. Now here's where it gets really interesting. Light box lab. Grown diamonds aren't just made the same every time they're also priced the same. Each carrot is eight hundred dollars his mind blown so there you have it. Get the facts. And see the science behind the sparkle at light box jewelry dot com slash intelligence use code intelligence for twenty five dollars off. Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist. Radio I'm your host chasing Palmer. Every weekday we provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world for for decades Texas has been a reliably republican state. But it's demographics are changing and this week. There were electoral upsets in other die. Hard red states could Texas really turn blue and in Japan a majority of female commuters have experienced groping on public transport transport. We look into what commuters the police and even plucky start ups are doing to persuade everyone at last to keep their hands to themselves. First up though it's nearly two and a half years since annual macron became president of France. Yeah he's had difficult moments at home. The least the sprawling jalazone protests that began a year ago now. His domestic poll numbers stabilizing. He appears to be assuming a greater international role. Uh He sees America and China tussling over trade and technology wants to ensure that when they make peace. European Union doesn't get the short end of the stick. Part of that effort took Mr. Macron to China this week pursuit of Paris on Sunday Monday night and arrived in Shanghai. The next steps on Monday. Sophie powder is our Paris bureau chief. I was traveling on the plane with President Emmanuel Call of France along with another two French journalists he also had with him a delegation of French businessmen on on the plane and he came to greet everyone who was traveling with him when he ordered them for takeoff weight of you. It was a three day trip to China so taking into stop in Shanghai first of all and then Beijing and what was it like the following Mr. Macron so closely on a visit like this. I mean you've met him plenty of times in Paris. was he any different on the international stage. I think what's really struck me about. The trip is my calls attempt to try and put a European face on his diplomacy. Your negotiate short on your ban in Sonoma shoe let girls or is under him. The Shanghai International Fair for example. He very much stressed that what he was was doing was representing Europe. He hardly mentioned France tool in European. Donegal one hundred feeling that this was all part out of his plans to try make Europe more strategic sort of power player faced with the rise of China. I mean you got that feeling but he must have been looking for something more concrete. I mean what what were the more tangible reasons for visit. One of his concerns of course is to be able to secure better market access for French products and European European products and to make sure that trade rules are reciprocal that Chinese opens its markets if the European Union does to China so trade aid investment trying to increase market access with very much. Top of macos agenda and particularly he wanted to ensure that your doesn't sort of suffer the collateral collateral damage of any truce China America may achieve in in their own. Trade war. Chef says today if it was here take my car was also. They're playing the bilateral French card and under soft power. That France can protect. It was interesting listening to him. Open a new outpost of the competency center the Modern Art Museum in Shanghai but the GEICO and it was. I think very much heart of my calls a different Larry operating diplomatically. To make sure that if French interests are represented presented in the in the cultural sphere by the building of this museum and cemented cultural ties between France and China so you know he can operate on US strategic. CJ OF HONG PAO basis. -Til feels it's important to make sure that Franz still maintain that soft power voice at the same time and I guess that speaks to the sort of Mr. dramatic role on the international stage that you were alluding to before. But but what is it that gives you the sense that he's more concerned about the state of global geopolitics rather than simply kind of making himself a part of it a couple of weeks before the China trip we the economist went to interview President Macron his presidential palace in Paris. The call was in his gold decorated office. It's worse shoulder goal in fact used to work. Ah on the first floor of the palace has viewer for the back gardens and is a really rather splendid place all aw and one had the impressionist to him that he is really very concerned about Europe's future and the threats to it. He sees Europe's squeeze between America that is has withdrawn from Europe wants to divide Europe. The withdrawal of troops from Syria has obviously been a wakeup call for the Europeans and on the other side authoritarian regimes in Russia Turkey and then the rise of China eh retail. So I think my confidence. This is a very crucial moment for Europe. Pop shoot put. I don't believe I'm overdramatizing things. I'm trying to be lucid but just look at what is happening. In the world. Things unthinkable five years ago it to be wearing ourselves over brexit to have Europe finding it so difficult to move forward to have an American ally turning its back on us so quickly on on strategic issues. Nobody would believe this possible. His message in a way was sort of wake up we. Europeans can't be complacent. We can't take granted things we have like the NATO security umbrella don't update so given all these factors I you don't think climb being either pessimistic or painting an overly gloomy picture when I say this. I'm just saying that if we don't wake up face up to this situation and decide assigned to do something about it. As a considerable risk that in the long run we will disappear geopolitically or at least that we will no longer be in control of the ball destiny. I believe that very deeply and you know he talked talked about. You're almost apocalyptic terms. I would say you know you're on the edge of the precipice you're at risk of disappearing boudoir rather extraordinary. So why do you think Mr. Macron on his sort of pitching himself at that precipice why is he the one who believes he should be sounding. These warnings I think what we're looking at is the emergence of Emmanuel Macron as diplomatic player. He is not quite the new boy he wants was. He's halfway through. His presidential term actually and Europe is time when German coalition coalition difficulties and make it very difficult for Angela Merkel to assert herself on on the world stage even though she's obviously far more experienced than than Emmanuel macron is brexit. What is distracted? Britain completely from sort of geopolitical affairs difficulties in governing coalition in Italy and Spain. So France really is the sort of uh almost the only country where you have a leader who's strong domestically relatively strong reasserted control. I think after the Jadeja in crisis but also who's got that combustion to play a set of world diplomatic role. I mean the question is what the whole of the rest of Europe really wants him to be playing that role but it certainly one that I think micron at least way that I've been watching him in operating this week in China is going to see if he has the chance. And from what you saw in China would you. The visit was was worth it for him accomplished what he was aiming for. We're about to head back to the airport and fly back to Paris. It's been a really sort of interesting trip. In the sense of being able to see the way cooperates the way he tries to play both the French card and the European card to operate in the different sort of level to try and build this relationship ship with president she. They've spent a lot of time together in the last three days. Let's see whether he can build on that to try and Move forward on some of the issues that macro kaslow's about there is the multilateral rules-based system or whether it's climate change And certainly questions questions trying to calm or at least protect Europe from the fallout of what happens in the American and Chinese trade will thank you very much for joining us lovie. Thanks very much to you. Jason to read more of Mr Macron's interview and our analysis goto economist Dot com slash slash macron twenty nineteen. And you can subscribe to the economist at economist Dot Com Slash Radio Offer get twelve issues for twelve dollars or twelve pounds. The State of Texas has voted Republican in every presidential election since nineteen eighty. which perhaps isn't that surprising conservatism and small government image? When people think of Texas they think of older folks folks White folks cowboy hats on out in the country. Drew Galloway is a political activist with a group called move and actually Texas is an extremely young state so forty three percent of the state is under the age of thirty and of that group. Sixty three percent are people of color. A lot of Americans are moving to Texas from other places. All of that is beginning to change the way that Texans want to to self-govern and is is changing policy. Most of the people who want change are not in fact out in the country. This absolutely being driven by the city's Mr Galloway's group organizers voter registration most days across Texas this one is at a college in Dallas the volunteers with move. Don't tell anyone who to vote for. Many are excited about recent strong performances by Democrats in traditional Republican strongholds. This Week Democrats kratz claimed victory in a vote for a new governor in Kentucky a state that Donald Trump won handily in two thousand sixteen immigrants also took control of Virginia's state legislature this week for the first time in two decades and the Texan. Volunteers know how strongly Democrats performed there in last year's midterms even if they didn't quite win I think we saw during the midterm election that Texas can be a competitive state and that young people are a huge driver of that Erica. Elliot is helping people through informs for instance. We saw a five hundred percent voter voter turnout increase among young people in the midterms. And this this come- upcoming presidential elections only GONNA be bigger and they're only going to be more young people turning out their kids turning turning eighteen every single day and they've been paying attention and like they're voting pretty consistently with their like climate change values and things like that so the chances are a not terrible that Texas would flip the young people registering here have all kinds of reasons to vote in a state with historically low ternate especially with my identity. Not as a Latino male. My People Hispanic people have fought for that right to vote and have fought for many things that I feel like we take for granted these days and some clearly want a new president. Hopefully some more change maybe not so much bias and maybe not so much clear and straight. I guess racism in a way. Just 'cause it's pretty it's pretty evident you know. Our our current president does not like certain minority groups and he very very clearly does not care for many many Americans but is it possible that this huge state. The country's second most populous could really turn blue. So there's no doubt doubt that politics in Texas are changing and they could be changing rather rapidly. When I was growing up there? The twenty fourteen election was my first election in the state. The Governor Current Governor Greg. Abbott won his election by roughly twenty points. And the idea that someone like bid or a work the Democrats Senate nominee in two thousand eighteen could come within just two points of winning Senate seat in Texas was relatively unfathomable Elliott Morris data journalist the Economist or Democrats have for a while regarded Texas as their white whale of sorts. The idea is that demographic change in the state would push the state's politics more to the left over time but this does seem to be coming more true now than it used to be and it seems like Democrats at the top are realizing this so at an event sponsored by the Texas Tribune. The State's largest nonprofit newspaper in in Austin on September twenty. Nancy Pelosi the current speaker of the House said that Texas Democrats hope the future of the Party about Democrats. I'm talking about the country and I'm talking about the world when Texas goes blue and people people have to pay attention to everything that happens here in the views of people here. That's going to be very very wholesome for our nation very I also do you. Do you agree with that. Assessment is is the reason for hope among Among Democrats in Texas. I do think there's reason for Democrats to be optimistic about about taking control of state politics in Texas of the demographics of the state half changed. The younger generation is much more non white meaning. They're more democratic than the older voters in the state and even a young whites are more liberal than older whites and this demographic change does seem to be being being born out in state election results so in two thousand eighteen. The rural areas did become more democratic than they had been in the past and the suburbs suburbs especially white women and college. Educated whites are moving more towards the left and because Texas is mostly an urban urban and suburban st the largest Metros have about seventy five percent of the population the shifts in the city's a make a large impact on the state's politics politics. So you say that there is reason for optimism. That's Democrats could take control of state politics. But but what about in a presidential election do you. Do you think that Texas could vote. Democrats next here. I think that they should be optimistic but they do need to be realistic. Considering the data I think Texas will vote blue in twenty twenty. I think they need to give it a few election cycles. So although the demography in the state is becoming more non white it's just not there yet. Texas's electorate it is still majority white. Even though the non white population controls you know a majority of all adults in the state. But they don't all turn out Older wider other people are more likely to vote all around the country and that's especially true in Texas. There's also a recency bias in the Democrats assessment of how likely the state is to turn blue so in the two thousand eighteen midterm elections last year. Democrats were optimistic that they might see the same electoral politics in two thousand twenty in next year's presidential election but there's reason to believe that some non educated Republicans in the state didn't turn out in the numbers that they will next year. In other words the state could lean more towards the right and yet it doesn't seem that's discouraging Democrats from trying to turn Texas right well. It seems like they're optimistic enough enough to spin to turn. The state blew regardless of what analysts think. When I was having conversations in Texas many of the State's Democratic Party leaders and leaders on the ground were optimistic regardless of what data through them that they could turn the state blue and and all the resources that they're spending bending will probably meet an onslaught of Republican opposition in the future? There's one SUPERPAC group called engage Texas which which is explicitly formed to spend millions of dollars to register Republican voters throughout the state. I'm so there's a bit of an arms race dynamic going on in campaign spending in Texas right now and it doesn't seem like it's going to change anytime soon. Campaign Finance is a zero sum game. I is it your view that the money that the Democrats are are spending in Texas is somewhat squandered if the partisan lean is so strong Yes there do seem to be more competitive races. That Democrats could spend their money on especially at the Senate level. Democratic Party leaders are looking for a majority nonwhite state. That's actually competitive. That could just hop two states over to Tarazona or they could spend money in more traditionally democratic places like Colorado to flip Senate seats in a state that Hillary Glenn actually one in in two thousand sixteen. Elliot thank you very much for joining us. Very happy here surveys in Japan suggested that at least half of female commuters have been groped on public transport. It's so widespread that it's often framed as a mere annoyance effective commuting life that may may at last be changing. Thanks in part the one woman who decided she'd had enough though I met Miss Your Matsunaga and she told me that throughout her twenties she was groped almost daily on rush hour trains going to and back from work out. She reports on Japan for the Economist is based in Tokyo Tokyo and three decades later. She discovered that the same thing was happening to her friends. Highschool daughter on her to school and a teenager tried to talk to the police and railway companies but they basically did nothing to help her so the teenager decided to hang a sign from her bag. The CENN groping is a crime time. I will not cry myself to sleep. And the groping stopped immediately and inspire by this Miss Matsunaga launched a crowdfunding campaign in two thousand fifteen to creep badges just with the same message and according to a survey nearly ninety five percents of users stopped experiencing groping public transport. I mean there must be any other ways to solve this problem if a badge can can have that kind of effect. Yes Oh there has been a series of innovations that have actually popped up over the recent years. One example is a start up called Kuka which created chicken radar or groping radar in Japanese and chicken. Radar is an APP that enables navels users to report groping anonymously and also see where groping is the most common and since its launch in August earlier this year almost thousand cases cases have been reported across Japan and another example is shut. She Hata which is a company that sells personal seals and this company developed the staff APP that allows victims to mark the attackers with invisible ink. And this invisible in can be detected under ultraviolet light trial run a five hundred of these anti groping groping stamps which cost two thousand five hundred yen a pop or about twenty-three US dollars they sold out within thirty minutes. I mean this. This sounds useful and and great. But why is this being left to to the startups and to commuters themselves. Why why aren't the authorities trying to do something about it so the authorities are trying to do something thing about it? For example many train companies offer women only carriages during rush hour in the morning and sometimes in the thing and they have also installed installed ceiling cameras to catch gropers on film and the police are also addressing the problem of chicken or groping to a certain extent so the token metropolitan can police for example created. An APP called the police. So when activated it screams stop it and it also produces a full screen message that says there as a molester please help and also under Japanese law gropers if they are caught can face up to six months in prison or fines of up to five hundred two thousand yen but that doesn't appear to be enough of a deterrent I suppose. Do you think that all of these other innovations all these other approaches might actually change attitudes. Maybe maybe stem the problem. So groping has long been trivializes. Newson something that many women go through when had something to be put up with rather than a form of sexual assaults and also doesn't help that much of the Japanese media in society focus now on the female victims but on stories about men being falsely accused of groping public transport so for example film that came out in two thousand and seven about a man falsely accused as a molesting a schoolgirl actually became a hit and insurance companies even provide policies that they're afraid the costs to commuters finding accusations. But I do think I think that this narrative is starting to change slowly in Japan so the metoo movement has enabled Japanese victims to speak up and Dan to actually realize that groping shouldn't be tolerated and Miss Matsunaga who now runs an organization in Asaka called the groping prevention activity center chefs. You told me that. She believes groping can be eliminated in the future as she actually gave me a very interesting example so in Japan it was normal until about got two or three decades ago for people to smoke in hospitals trains. Ross Shawn's bar schools basically everywhere and if people can change their perspective on smoking. Miss Matsunaga believes that shift in thinking of groping could happen. Well thank you very much for joining us. Thank Hugh Jason. That's all for this episode of the Intelligence. If you like us. Give

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The U.S. Is Now Experiencing a Coronavirus Surge

The Daily Dive

21:59 min | 3 months ago

The U.S. Is Now Experiencing a Coronavirus Surge

"It's Friday June twenty six. I'm Oscar Ramirez in Los. Angeles and this is the daily dive. Asked, the country is experiencing a Rovira surge and it's everywhere. This past week us hit its highest single day of new coronavirus cases since April. Texas Governor Greg Abbott also announced that due to rising cases, the state will pause any further phases to reopen. Furthermore, the increases in cases are skewing younger. Sam Baker Healthcare. Editor at axios joins US FOR THE RISE CORONA virus case. Next vote by mail has been getting a lot of scrutiny lately as president, trump and attorney, general park have both said it will lead to a huge amount of fraud, both said that foreign countries footprint up thousands of counterfeit valid despite experts, saying that is not true, and despite partisan fears, research says that no party gains an advantage. Era West. Director of Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution joins us for more about mail in voting. Finally everything that makes a dive bar. Great makes them especially vulnerable to covid nineteen. Dark Interiors and busy atmospheres might lend itself to a good time, but it makes it hard to social distance and keep the air clean. The big question is our patrons ready to go back. Nick man called Battelle. Reporter at eater joins US for more. News without the. Let's dive in. In other areas of the country, we're now seeing a disturbing surge of infections that looks like it's a combination of one of the things is an increase in community spread, and that's something that I'm really quite concerned about joining us now. Sam Baker Healthcare editor at axios. Thanks for joining a Sam. Thanks I'm. Not very good news with regards to corona virus were having another surge, and it's very real, and it's everywhere case in point right now. Texas governor Greg. Abbott has announced that the state's reopening has been halted any further phases to reopen Texas. have been stopped right now. Businesses that are already open and things that are already underway can remain, but any new things are being halted. We also had the highest single day of new corona virus cases earlier in this week breaking in April record. We had over forty five thousand cases in a single day. This is starting to creep up all over the place again. Tell us some more about, please. So. We've been doing a math at. Dot Com every week. Every Thursday we track how many new cases! Each state of the preceding week this week is definitely the worst. It is the greatest we've seen over the past weeks. We count twenty sixty with. Significant increases in cases, some of those are really huge increases. You mentioned Texas as an incredibly concern, case Tarazona similar boat Florida's, and it's about California also is not doing very well right, and you know just the bolster some of that seventy seven percent in Arizona. New cases are up seventy five percent of Michigan seventy percent in Texas sixty six percent in Florida and California forty-seven percent, so these cases are all going up. A lot of people always point to testing you know. Oh, we're finding out that there's more cases because we're doing more testing, but that's not necessarily the case. It does seem that more people are just getting it right now. We are doing more testing and not is identifying more cases, and that's a good thing on it. Politically they were finding those cases, but that is not explain increases of this magnitude. You know it was just testing. You probably wouldn't be your authorizations. Go up that much right because it. You're sick. You need to go to the hospital whether you're gonNA test or not. The percentage of all tests that come back positive is going up which is a sign that not only you doing more testing, but the outbreak is actually getting worse as much as it would be great if increase with only attributable to testing. That's just not the case. Obviously, we know how the virus affects older people and people with a lot of CO morbidity. Get a lot worse, and on case, older people were getting it more people in nursing homes, but now it's starting to trend down people in their twenties. Thirties and forties are starting to be affected by this. We hope because the virus tends to be more a lethal to older people that because younger people are getting it now. Maybe a smaller percentage of these people will die, but you know the virus can kill you even if you're young. Even if you're healthy, they can still do a whole bunch of lasting damage to various parts of your body to your immune system. Your lungs eating your. Your heart, so you know it's still very serious, but hopefully the death rate will be a little bit lower with younger people getting so why are more people getting it? A lot of people are pointing to the fact that since we are reopening a number of states and bars and restaurants and stores have started reopened. A lot of people are pointing to that. Is that mostly why? Yeah. I think it's really hard to ignore that correlation. These cases started going up not right away once places starting to reopen, but reopened a little bit more as you've seen president trump sort of put a greater and greater and greater emphasis on the economy and getting back to work. A lot of people have had to go back to work. Best sure seems like the corporate. And one of the interesting things to is we look at a lot of the numbers. Obviously, the testing helps, but he will always point to hospitalizations. Hospitalizations are going up in a lot of states, which is concerning and hospital. Beds are filling up one of the interesting things that I saw. Is that still even though younger people are getting it? They're getting sick enough to be hospitalized. Although the good thing is not as sick as other people where they would need intensive care, treatment, breathing, machines and whatnot, but they are still filling up the hospitals. When the whole country locks down right the. Was So many people are gonNA. Get it that it's going to overwhelm the healthcare system, and then we're GONNA have to choose who lives. And we don't want that, so we did this national lockdown. We've come out of that now. And hospitals are starting to become overrun in some parts of Texas. It's not every hospital is not every bed. But some hospitals and some parts of that state are running out of at least icu beds hostels, themselves are starting to reach capacity. This is exactly what we were afraid of at the beginning and that what's happened? Do, you think we're going to start seeing more states take the road that Texas is taken in start rolling back some things, or at least limiting I think actually we saw it in California already Disneyland was set to middle of July. They scaled that back because they haven't gotten the guidance from the governor yet. Do you think we're going to start seeing more of this? We'll see more of it from really large employers and public facing sort of institutions like Disneyland where first of all they don't want all of this act to the corona virus, and they don't want to be associated with being factor that caused the outbreak in California where the people traveled California and took it back home, but there's a real debate or a lot. Lot of skepticism should say among public health officials and experts about how effectively you can sort of put the toothpaste back in the tube once. You've said that you're reopening. And how much people really listen to that especially key? 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So wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point seven W Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Did. Supposed to. Resolving it is to have an election. But when when when government state government start adopting. These practices like mail in ballots that opened the floodgates of potential for earnings now is Daryl West Director of governance studies at the Brookings Institution thanks for joining US Daryl. Thank you nice to meet with you. WanNa, talk about vote by mail. It's been getting a lot of awareness lately. the president and the Attorney General Bill Bar both have said that mail in voting will lead to fraud I think it was bill bar that was on Fox News and said that a foreign country could prenup tens of thousands of counterfeit ballots, and it would be very hard for us to detect which was the right one in which was the wrong ballot, but that doesn't really pan out according to what a lot of experts say actually say. Spread voter fraud by mail in ballots is pretty hard to do. Daryl tell us a little bit about this. It is hard to engage in a mail ballot fraud on a widespread basis because there are a lot of protections that our ability I mean for example, those in the military have been voting by May off for years. There have been almost no problems associated with that there've been a number of states like Oregon has been using us for a number of elections They have not had any problems. There have been studies of this and we just simply haven't found a lot of evidence that there is a problem in this area. Tell us about what kinds of mail balloting we have because there's the absentee ballots which I know, a lot of people are familiar with and then universal vote by mail. What's the difference between those? In the case of absentee balloting people if they're going to be traveling or if somehow they're not able to in person, they can request an absentee ballots from their local board of elections in some states. You have to have a real reason to do it. Other states have what's called no excuse absentee voting, so you just requested, and you get in the case of universal by mail. Those are states like Oregon that just basically everybody is voting by mail, and so everybody gets a ballot in the mail. Mail, but it's not really possible for a foreign country to counterfeit ballots and send them out. Basically, either people have to request them, and they get sent directly to your mailbox, or in the case of the states who have universal voting. Basically, they're bailing out to the registered voters in those states as with everything. This whole kind of topic now has kind of had this partisan twist to it, but according to some of the research there really is no party that gains an advantage for mail in voting. There's been extensive analysis both on the fraud issue as well as whether male balloting benefits, Republicans, or Democrats and the research basically shows there's not a net person again to either side, and in fact I mean there have been recent elections twenty twenty California special election or a congress where the Republicans captured that seat, and was previously had been held by a Democrat and they did that by getting up. And making sure their voters had access to absent t ballots, so we're one party does well. It's often because they make an effort on the absentee ballot side, but there really is no evidence that one side or the other benefits from this type of approach what might be the motivation then for the president and the Attorney General Bill Bar to start on this line to say that there's going to be widespread voter fraud if we go with increased mail in voting. Trump is making a lot of erroneous claims about mail balloting, but it seems like he just tried to de-legitimize the whole process, and so a lot of voter distrust in the system as a outsider type of a candidate what he did in two thousand sixteen. He thinks that that will help him in twenty twenty. I think also like right now. The polls of move very much in favor of Joe Biden you. Trump is worry that he's going to lose, and he wants an excuse if he loses and if he. He loses he will say. They stole the election from me so that make him feel good, but it's not responsible for a president to be casting doubt on the way. The system operates in the absence of evidence to support his claims. Let's talk a little bit more about these anti-fraud protections. Because there's really a lot that goes into making these mail in ballots pretty legitimate and they'll check your address. They'll check your signature. There's a lot of different things that they're doing to make sure it's actually you. That's voting. Probably, critic sound like you can just rent a coffee, machine and runoff, hundreds or thousands of these industry. Your friend, that's not how the process works and anybody who voted through that mechanism, the local election Doherty's would eliminate their vote because it would just be so obviously. Fa I mean the way the process operates is the local board of election rent elections. They have the list of registered voters. If, you want an absentee ballot. You have to write to that board of election. They will send the absentee ballot. They've certified that. You are legitimate voter directly to your mail address, so it sent to you. It's not sent to anyone else. You have to fill it out. You send it back to the board of elections. They can check for signatures if they wind I mean there's lots of protections that are built in to prevent election fraud, and by and large in the places that have used this neither Republicans nor Democrats have been making fraud charges trump mixie's claims, but there really is not evidence on the grounds that this has been a big problem. There a West Director of governance studies at the Brookings Institution. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. Supposed to. Businesses are really struggling even in comparison to other restaurants and bars around him, who may be can pivot to provide to go cocktails due to loosen regulations in some cities day I can't really do that now. Is Nick man called Battelle reporter at eater? Thanks for joining US nick thanks rabbinate. As the country starts to open up? One of my favorite types of places to go to the dive bar is particularly vulnerable to cove in nineteen. you know we've done stories about how transmission happens, they happen in especially places with or ventilation. Let's say a person to person contact for extended periods of time, and those are some of the things that you get at a dive. Are Some of the things that you make? Make me even better. Really. You know you like these dark places that you know. When they're filled to the gills. There's action happening and drinks flowing. Lots of good people watching these are some things that really make the dive bar special, but it's also that thing that makes them vulnerable to cove in Nineteen Nick. Tell us a little bit about it. You spoke to a few bar owners and their experience through all of this. People really love going to rowdy dive bars because they are small and there notoriously dirty and even if that. Isn't exactly true for most places, it's still gives them a reputation that maybe makes customers a little bit weary about going into covert era. You know they tend to do a lot of business at the bar as opposed to table, so it's Kinda hard to socially distance there. They deal in cash, which has become relate taboo. They do things that are normally really. Really Cute and fun like they serve communal snacks, and obviously that can't happen now, so businesses are really struggling, even in comparison to other restaurants and bars around him, who may be can pivot to provide to go. Cocktails do loosened regulations in some cities die. I can't really do that either. Because they don't serve drinks or they're not known for that and unless. Unless a customer is going to go out of their way to throw a few dollars to a dive bar, the probably not gonNA order a beer to go, so there are not a lot of options for these owners, even the ones who are sort of trying to work with the regulations and their cities, because customers just aren't coming in for that, so let's. Let's talk about some of those regulations, because as things started to open up one of the rules, a lot of places was you had to serve food if you were going to also serve drinks so right away, a lot of these drinks only bars were at a disadvantage, and they were making partnerships with restaurants or something else so that they could do both. Regulations are differing everywhere and they're changing all the time, which is making it really hard for somebody owners like Yeah Susan Carnell. Who owns the living room? In La, partnered with a soul food restaurant next door, or was planning to as a few weeks ago to set up in their parking lot and serve food and drinks, and then just recently la announced. She no longer has to do that so now. She's re figuring. Figuring and Mark Connell who owns botanic in New York. Boy is getting around a rule that required to go drinks there to be accompanied by for, so he would just throwing in a bag of trips just to get around that arbitrary rule. What about bartenders I know? A lot of business owners bar owners are concerned for their staff, obviously as well. They want them to be safe, but they also want them to make money. And, if people aren't really turning out as difficult thing to really go back to. Some owners have gotten loans a lot of gotten. PP loans which have to go for the most part two employees, even though that's shifting as well so some of them have been able to bring back staff in some capacity, but that also relies on the willingness of the bartenders to come back at all, and in some cases. That's not a problem in New York for example. Mark said his bartenders at botanic would be happy to come back. You know they are done morning. They WANNA work, but out in La at the living room. The situation is totally different. You know the staffers are really collections. Beyond this you spoke about the business loans and all that costs are going up everywhere, so some of the great things about dive bars are some of the really cheap drink specials, and you talk about a place in Philadelphia had a shot and a beer combo for four dollars, and these prices aren't necessarily sustainable that much anymore. Depending on what the comeback is like. Yeah a lot of these businesses were already struggling to survive major city. Dive bars have been disappearing for years, and this is really just exacerbating that, so bob and Barbara's. A great bar in Philadelphia has been known forever for serving the special elsewhere. It's known as the citywide special because a shopping beer, usually a PBS Marino shot of Jim, beam and not. Not pressure that drink has been creeping up already from three dollars to three fifty four dollars, and I talked to Jack Who's owned the bar for twenty five years, and he doesn't know what he's GonNa price it if and when the borrow pits. He doesn't know how he's going to be able to make you know his bottom line work and still offer. Affordable drinks that people, not, Barkhor, and you speak about it throughout the article, dive bars have had to update themselves renovate to attract more people, but they also want to cater to the locals, the people in their community that really prop up that business, and this is why I love you know my own local dive bars the same thing you like to be a regular somewhere that you like to go and socialize and know the people there and as said it would suck if that would go away. Typified by. Living Room right here in Los. Angeles and Susan the bar owner. They're talking about how she does. CARE to a couple of different crowds. You know during the daytime. She gets her regulars and at night. You know as a more diverse gentrified crowd basically and those daytime regulars are older folks because of their community, older black folks. There are people that go way back with her. Who Show up for her? They're her friends and they're worried. They're maybe not coming back as much as they want. Support you know a friendly business. They're just not gonNA. Come Out! Nick man called the Tel reporter at eater. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks Again Rodney. That's it for today. Join US on social media at daily on both twitter and instagram. Comment give us a rating. Tell US stories that you're interested. Follow us an Iheartradio or subscribe wherever you get your podcast. This episode of the daily die was produced by the bright and engineered by Tony. I'm Oscar Ramirez this. Is Your daily. Embarrassing Day, Thurston and I feel like we're having a moment. When officer Derek Shaw Van Killed George Floyd something in America broke. I'm going to try to explain. From the covert connection to what de-fund the police actually meet. When Donald Trump encourages cops not to choke people. You know something's different. Listen to. We're having a moment on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts and wherever you get your podcast.

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Hour 1: Zebras Gone Wild

First Take

35:25 min | 1 year ago

Hour 1: Zebras Gone Wild

"Mega is everywhere I'm cooler you're driving to a tailgate so you filled me up with icing cans pop open you panic and and if you've got cut rate Sheri- There might be a few cans in your ice so get allstate allstate where you reach mobile APP just because of an accident accident forgiveness from allstate the rest blow the whistle nothing happened if anyone was fouled that was the other guy and as a result Aaron Rodgers scores a touchdown tarazona throws that bomb that no one else in the history of football till mahomes came around could have thrown on the run across his body the whole thing touchdown note they call it back right a cumulus it's bad enough if you take chances away from Aaron Rodgers you're giving him extra chances Stephen this is real simple and it's never won Arron Rogers extra chances it's bad enough like I tell the story lot Ryan hollins matter of fact back in the day we used to work on the radio normally the story of Monday night football would be Aaron Rodgers that bad man and the packers overcoming a thirteen point deficit at Lambeau to snap a four game losing streak to the Lions and I remember saying I said Okay Ryan Aaron Rodgers I'm saying he's the Best I've ever seen let me see you do that again money's on the line he did the same thing again on the next play it's you're the gates the fact that the punt you're gonNA have to punt down nine with eight minutes the overwhelming likelihood even with Aaron Rodgers you will lose that game but instead the headline is the officiating many felt Detroit was robbed after few questionable calls went against the lions maximum to start with you is oh before I say anything else let me just say molly the blue is slamming to the point where all of us here wearing blue putting us to shame any day that blue winds up winning the game so of course you can blame the refs for that loss absolutely was a couple of things okay I think we need to take things into consideration first of all like you could always well it's this real simple your down nine there's eight minutes left nonsense penalty means in La over at my place we're watching packers playoff game you get hot takes back then Oh yeah and and and Arron Rogers does that bomb against against fair to blame the refs for Detroit's loss yes yes not taking credit rogers leave him to you I know he's a bad man but it's like you can't give emotional there was you know I feel I know you don't you don't you don't care we had a controversial one last night what's going on everybody welcome into I hate Stephen Smith Marcus Spears Max Kellerman molecule rose so I'm cool here in the city of Detroit after last night I'm going to be honest with these let's get into Detroit Not Dallas Outlet Watch all right let's get to the Detroit lions yeah couple questionable calls because obviously if you're talking about putting somebody in your hands or somebody many pivotal things that happen favor of the Green Bay packers to tell me that that's the reason the referee's calls how but let's listen we talk about the crosby right I'm not criticizing criticism but his the D I got the I got lifted Rogers just Ramada Jal who I got to give proxy genesis wanted to know if it's technically considered pajamas or loud right molly choice time there now we go take these to everybody buckle up that's going to be a fun show let's get it we don't know what would have happened what we know happen was that the lions didn't score in two red zone drives that's what we know we know that if the Lions this showed up last night reminded talk to me you must have got Patrick mahomes talking to wear them not in their face masks defensive lineman do those moves all the top I don't understand why it was called but don't tell me I'm not saying that was the right call inappropriate sidewalk pants on the color blue is slamming that's number one let me get to the football element here did you see those passes do it when you look at the Green Bay packers okay let's take into consideration Jamal Williams fourteen carries one hundred and four yards seven point four yards per carry I'm sorry where the hell would you run in in that regard you absolutely right the sticking point is the referees took a possession away from the Detroit lions even though they would have been it was the rest of the birthday my brother how you doing I'm good man are you doing you're right you know what I'm not good but you know you my man right okay is okay now you know showed us in reminded us there are levels to this and Detroit lions ain't quite there yet for see your point and I totally understand and I was talking about this morning calls have always been missed in the NFL it's been heightened because a replay because of the implementation replay we've now as fans as analysts we've had opportunities to digest these calls and say that's the Rome call that well how far away were they they were already Detroit territory they were already in a position to kick winning field goal now obviously it made a chip shot or what have you all up trying to say couldn't get the ball I'm not blaming fans I'm not blaming because the call is missed on the call is made my point is this with that particular situation when you talk about on twenty two twenty three perceive ably because Mason crosby would hit the field goal they would have had I had an opportunity to go back down the field like hearing lies the issue with that scored in those two red zone drives the game never comes to that point right the fan the call listen I am as I'm a former defensive lineman it calmed down to those two questionable calls it came down to the fact that you're damned good team Matt Patricia doing a hell of a job you you're a team to be reckoned with but it just that wasn't there to stop him right we saw wasn't there to stop Aaron Rodgers with those two big plays that are highlighted so when I look at it from that perspective I'm thinking that there were is the Arab Rogers due to scaling to the Lozad Lot have my man right yeah I understand that you're hurting and you're in a lot of pain and I would say don't start a new page for now did they make more missed the call they missed the call that resulted in them having to punt and even that doesn't guarantee you beat the packers but I don't think so when you look at they had a big game talking to one hundred twenty we get all of that but the reality of the situation is ample opportunities for the Detroit Lions put points on the board I would ask you to make up your mind is bad man on that because here's the reality are you telling me that with eight minutes left in the game at the end of the game it's right there's no guarantee that Matthew Stafford leads them down the field of the scores in a minute twenty it's more likely the packers went I'm not even talking about the arm talking out you stop Aaron Rodgers and the packers with eight minutes left in the game down nine they're going to have to punt zone the fact is the lines were out playing them throughout the game and let me out the packers I'm Aaron Rodgers packers fan to me the packers it's the world gone and that's what we wanted we wanted the opportunity to change things because they were wrong now what you enter into and this would be saying array of making a judgment call which has happened to the beginning of time and Jerry sold it you you should have opportunity look at that and say hey this is nope I'm saying don't tell me it cost them the game excuse me you got to run an attack on Josh elite rusty rushed for thirty four yards really wanted to do with those those those questionable calls all Watson's Jimmy G. Aka poured star Jimmy not talking about him late at the mall with a bunch of other that's my mind my and by the way the time of all I'm trying to say is that at the end of the day if you are the Detroit lions there are a lot of things you did all right to miss this opportunity I'm not blue the colors fly you know so I got to give whereas I'll let me just America it's actually address but I thought it was too short your cat relaxed you start right that's my man right deal here's the question will eight minutes La you try to tell me would a defense because birthday okay because you know I don't know if you noticed Aaron Rodgers loved you brother now loves me you understood say he gave me a birthday the cool without screaming because they arrived at twenty points king sloppy just looking chic in sleek it's the original untucked shirt a modern solution to an old problem with no tucking or tailoring required meant to be worn that way untucked shirts were specifically designed to be worn in untucked untuckit is the brand you've been looking for no more eh particularly as birth women that's right let's say it is true all right tell you telling me on as you a ton of money no matter your size your shape their shirts are perfect the perfect untucked length with more than fifty fit combinations untucked shirts one away from the lions and everybody would have caused concern what a winch you on is you don't score in the red zone and I can't get over there because as a defense those ten plus yards on that play the half the punt the ball and instead fresh series of downs and at Rogers March right down the field now the question then becomes com to get started they even offer free shipping and returns on all orders in the US no-cost try it on if it doesn't work you can send it back you can save twenty you're my coach now coming into meeting saying we should have had an extra position so we should have won the game which you on that but the opportunity that was taken away roll your needs like here's here's for the both the okay I understand what you're saying lock factors go into the game right and if the rest Boeing some calls on one side some of the other that's one eight percent on your first order by using my code take at checkout I'm just here trying to help you ought everybody save a dollar again the code is T. a. k. e. that's untuckit dot com Promo code take have they fabulous day you're looking live at Fans Ville a college football okay warne afraid to shout my grandma could have made that kick because that's the honest truth passionate fans down by great on tall short slim athletic guys of all ages try non in person that's the best part at one of untuckit fifty stores or go to untucked Oh you dr pepper the official drink of Fans Ville grab some today the tables have turned in the MVP Grace Ladies and gentlemen after Russell Wilson's win at Cleveland has now surpassed Patrick Mahomes with the best odds to win. Mvp He's the two favorite according to Caesar's sportsbook Wilson has the America's team in terms of the Outer Mark Outer Market teams that I thought how those markets a Roofer I liked the packers better than the lions when they play it like go pack tell you the truth Oh Utopia rivers flow with ice cold Dr Pepper television with the air smells fresh cut grass artificial turf it's about what you've been doing we understand the injury and what have you has hampered him to some degree not having Tyreek Hill up until last week oh that that factors into the equation etc etc we get all of that but in the end is really not about just that it's the combination of that and how both Russell Wilson and to show on taste but what makes fans Ville truly special are the people who call home field the type of people who tailgate before the you can look at all games by the lines a season cited by four points he's a bad and smoked meats with a radio only plays marching band and being able to read the defense is more important than being able to read off to a five one record meanwhile homes with five to two odds in his team are now foreign to after back to back losses to Indianapolis and Houston Marcus kind of year that they're having again it's not about always Patrick mahomes better like for example you might be a better quarterback Christian McCaffrey and no quarterback royalty tradition and the sweet sweet nectar of the college football guys get a taste of fans villas fall during a college football game albeit duty injury we have to do that look check this out okay this is a reaction to the fact that for the first time someone's hop them jumped them in the MVP called upon to do something that matters to all of us who are pundits who cover the sports journalists etc etc when you look at the show watson the level of great odds right and that's Russell Wilson and get it you can make a hell of a case Russell Wilson I thought the last several weeks it's mahomes one Russell Wilson two and others we're bringing up I brought up Christian McCaffrey what they've been doing since Cam Newton is going down to feed it without Cam Newton and the damn lineup because this brother has been balling out Russell Wilson Seattle off to their best thoughts listen have looked and when you look at how they've looked and the way that they've been playing along with a Christian McCaffrey is Dan pointed out yesterday when he was on the show and Andy Reid some playcalling issues Shawn McCoy Damian Williams it consisted running a football out of the backfield highs and lows Samuel Walk is going down for a little bit you're listening to the first take podcast I'm Ali Karam do you ever wonder why those traditional button looks so long in baggy and messy while that's because they were never there's something that happened with eight minutes left at Rogers it's it's possible but don't forget the possibility akers defense was stout in the L. here with US Stephen I do think it's justified that mahomes is no longer the MVP so do this I do because it's not a matter of his greatness as a talent we're GONNA sit up there say we'd be talking about them if it wasn't for Patrick Mahomes what did we have to talk about them since Patrick Mahomes is not what we're accustomed to seeing the B cut your local agent today are you in good hands not available in every state features are optional subject to terms conditions and availability define casualty insurance company and it's affiliates Northbrook Illinois at the state take odds you'd say Oh yeah lines which are very big on Monday odds and what I would ask you to do respectfully Mexican maximum Tayo was the best player on the field to the super bowl he just deserved craze right like extra bridge the best dude on one leg when it matters most not only as Patrick Mahomes mahomes who I still think the best case can be made for you know drove me crazy when terrel owens was criticized for playing on one leg in the super bowl member that I found it was even got the Andre Hopkins Will Fuller Kenny stills they can ball but there's still question marks up and down from time to time but the greatness of this show am sometimes quarterbacks and other players will do that going out there playing hurt but dude you're not the same you're you're not good enough to help your team the guy on the bench could help you more if you weren't playing that's not the position he plays he's running back he's a tailback he comes out of the backfield and catches passes he's an all purpose back for the Carolina Panthers Look what he's doing this that puts forth Lamar Jackson another do there's been balling there are too many guys that are have elevated their level of play to such a degree where ratio component to that like he's toughing it out and playing Te'o he's playing on one leg in the super bowl and he's toughing it out now it's one thing if you say yeah but you're GonNa hurt and this is why I say we just looking at numbers because we just looking at numbers we can look at Roger say excuse me the nonsense but when you look at what you do in the moment that I say they only had twenty points for all of the great things that Joe bad man was doing they had twenty points so to make point when you give him an extra position and you take it the top four or five guy and others Shawn Watson who I like a lot and other got you got real good case for Russell Wilson I want to put that aside for a second and talk about pets only thirteen the two thousand twelve we know because Russell Wilson that what he's been doing we can't ignore that does Shawn Watson he doesn't have Andy Reid is coach doesn't have tyreek hill fan but I gotta tell you what I get I get in there when you start spending the stats out because he wanted to me 'cause that's your boy he batman you get the screaming and aw you got all your kids getting closer let's going on everybody I want to hear fourteen touchdowns one interception it's fourteen touchdowns no interceptions he saw yet a free play he threw it down the field they gave him the free but then the wait a minute I got the call wrong it was like there was a foul on the field that should have been five yards and a first down so that one interception is utter nonsense Geico Geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance early to his team but in the NFL because what he's doing let me say this y'all fine we can go back and forth I think all three of us have valid arguments let me now I mean that's the issue and now let's look at Patrick Mahomes foot he's playing on a bad we got a bum wheel right now and he's doing for playing hurt MVP mahomes while I can't admit their pet mahomes gets a raw deal because we are comparing him to what we saw last year and those flash tips to win at the end they at least had a chance for an onside kick the first week and that was a one score game this last loss which again there was a bad call on the back foot and still putting fourteen touchdowns no interceptions and the two losses let's look at those in both cases he brought his team back to give them really lifted a team from being possibly mediocre to putting them in the playoffs without him but Christian McCaffrey is the most valuable player in the NFL right now because the worst in football house their run defense among the worst of you can't play ball control offense as Shawn Watson does with the chiefs personnel right you guys a million times have the discussion about the NBA we can literally pack the trophy up and give it the Lebron every year we think about what is this dude what about how Allen is doing nobody's talking about chick cam get his job if he comes back Christian McCaffrey right now is the most valuable player not Yasser Rain now this brother Shawn Watson you bid ask somebody he's completing sixty nine point seven percent of his passes he's got twelve also Wilson right now with worst protection worst run defense etc the Seattle Seahawks have rebuilt their defense the whole thing and I give him extra credit bill O'Brien and that offense in Houston Texas they don't last last time I checked your Jay Hawk has been used and spill homes that resulted in like the point is Mahomes Wilson is close I agree I don't take credit away from mahomes for being on a worst team she's aren't there that's just the reality of it doesn't mean he he's not playing at an MVP level here's the issue though most valuable player and I asked people this all the time and I've watched quote bargaining I still believe Saquon Barkley is the better running back but to me if you remove him from the Carolina Panthers they may be Oh and four nobody's and things happen then formed when you look at Russell Wilson that's the that's the case for me pertaining to the other guy that argue it is that Russell Wilson has coach a lot of talented accumulated and a lot of areas you look at Shawn Watson you look at the defense the way that Texas has been playing even before he got there that was a playoff team with a lot of success is not playing right we look at pet mahomes and we say the chiefs you look at this roster around him may be a five hundred team even homes is not on that team Andy Reid is the assist Shawn Watson has arrived on that scene this brother is doing thinks and starting to do things that we saw at Clemson member would Davos when you had met shop and I don't even remember Tj whoever the hell off you want to come up with we haven't had any questions stashes three interceptions at sixteen hundred plus yards throwing the football I would remind y'all will we whatever we spend he's saying about eighteen does not thrive at all without him being in this offense and look I I went to the Dan scale is a Christian McCaffrey has boarded I mean geico Presents Monster Counseling Dracula tell me how you're feeling no one understands how only these no one will even let me into their house they believe it or not a Stephen as quarterback Dak Prescott number one they should separate separate quarterback from other positions I'm telling you is there such a biased so I knock knock but they ignore me what else I look in the mirror and don't even see myself anymore if you don't a yourself clearly can you really expect others to I'm having a breakthrough it's not easy to be a vampire but with gyco it's super easy to switch and save hundreds on your car and million with the situation Maury tweeted support of Hong Kong antigovernment protesters here's Lebron's reaction yesterday we all terrance finally we've heard Lebron James on the rockets general manager Darryl Maurice Tweet that had a ripple effect around the world in case you're on clubs force in their in their via Ponta Shawn Watson Wilson in home second and third in Qbr respectively on the situation at hand and and he spoke and The so many people could have been harmed not only financially but physically the speech but at times they are revocations for the negative that can happen when you're not thinking about others only on your only thinking about yourself so I believe I don't WanNa get into a word a word or sentence a feud with Darrell Darrell more but I believe he wasn't educated on sit back and learn from the situation to happen understand that what you could tweet or could say and we always we all talk about this freedom of speech yes we all do a week to send it Max critics feel that Lebron chose to shut up and dribble on this topic what's your reaction I appreciate Lebron's point about the timing pilion dollars worth of business in China and he doesn't want to jeopardize of billion dollars I get it but you know what it's called when emotionally spiritually so just be careful what we tweet and we say and what we do even though yes we do have freedom of speech but there can be a lot of tweet supporting freedom can physically endanger our guys and the danger comes from the government itself maybe they shouldn't be over there in the first place that's a separate argument you don't make the comment on the substance although Lebron's tweeted out statements as other people have tweeted in the last twenty four hours you know the yeah it's called selling out when a billion dollars of business you don't want disturbed and I also appreciate the fact that Lebron James when you look at Nike and his movie deals like you wanted to distribute in all these things maybe you could argue has that's what it's called it's very easy to take a stand when there's low to no cost right then you can take a stand the cost is high when there's a real price to pay for taking a stand then who will stand up Mohammed Ali in this awfully if there was any consideration for the consequences and ramifications of the tweet I'm not discussing the substance others can talk about that my team in this league just went through a difficult awesome percent support Lebron James Statement here one thousand percent staying with him in terms of what he said but that doesn't mean that I ignored consistencies of Lebron James Statement in the process in other words what you said in this regard and listen to this carefully Max because case not Lebron James There's a lot to dig deep in here first of all let me say this I want but it's important to take Lebron James Words into its proper context like you did when you started off your Soliloquy Lebron James said the tweet could have waited so now you're quiet in this instance it's called selling out I understand it's a very high price and I'm not saying how I would behave him in the same circumstances I had a billion dollars in the Line Lebron James Said Daryl Morey could have waited he's right about that he basically accused Daryl Morey of not thinking negative that comes with that too

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Royal Ascot Postcast: Day Five Tipping | Diamond Jubilee Stakes | Wokingham Stakes

Racing Post

21:16 min | 1 year ago

Royal Ascot Postcast: Day Five Tipping | Diamond Jubilee Stakes | Wokingham Stakes

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And as always this way, we've got pulled been filled from Patty power of I vote in, it's a quake. Patti Powell are still trading but it was mighty close at one point on Thursday. Wasn't at our Sunday was brilliant. I is. We call why it was signed my son being a twin Turgeon winning with Britannia say it was disasters. We would dusting down the TV's in the office price. We foot we fought we might have to sell them at one stage. He said he was going to come out with aunt, and yet she did come out with. But seriously. I mean like I cold that funnel fell on the biggest swinging betting history. There's no exaggerating. I'm days I'm even without without towed to Neff winning Frank who's marrying Alasdair style one. It was going to be the third worst, I in, in all trading history. So if Turgeon ever one is well, then it was calamitous for, for the book would have been a huge, huge pile on spices. Well, the whole point with, with, with the fifth rice is if he's held on their Evans, cashing out. Frapp suit zillions only people will be doing that. And you know, and what price would Frank have gone off in a loss. Turgeon f- was an extraordinary show price. Everyone who was here. I ask we will a history. Using Diageo like thirteen f when Klay. Oh my goodness. What's going to happen now? You know, you got in Frank is relating out of his skin, and it was just a marvelous day, and he got bait by the one rife hill. So I haven't backed in about the last six months couldn't believe anyway, on to shattered east card six rice, starting at two-thirty with the Chesham and Aidan O'Brien, and ROY Moore got the strong favourite hearing, lope e finance, as been is indeed Brochiere that one's even a money seven to Pinatubo nine heaven friend, twelve hundred twelve to one bar cage. Good week. Now, I'm having a shocker actually managed to win a tiny bit on Thursday. Bob to a complete blank cheesy. Wednesday didn't even have a sniff, no place, nothing. So it's been a really bad star looking forward to a game. Okay. So who's going to who's going to get you off to he's going to lead the sats recovery at while I'm not the person that got smashing in on even money challenges, especially when to raise two euros. If you gossip about it, I'm sure. Phyllis in, in a minute is supposed to be a superstar this low p for nine there's bacteria against him Harland, chief trained by Paul Cole. He reports two thousand eight hundred twenty five to one third in the race last year. And he's by Gleneagles allow the stamina on, on the damn side. And you know you just shouldn't have been winning at five his debut. And he, did he picked up really, really well is, is coming straight. Hair out was up two furlongs out, soon down to the ground. And I think he's probably call days knows the other mohican. Hi, it's what's talking about foes, stack goes sofa five hundred twenty grand on Monday move to David Simcock who's literally just put him in a box from me. I would say all the plaudits if he wins. But he he's another one. He wanted. My really will. They'll see mine's worked out bad than the one that low Pete Fernandez one on vice verse writing is they both were on the hills of him. And on top speed they will ahead of him. So I'll give those chance you take on the DJ at no m just a few things that I do know. But loopy Fernandez Dominic O'Brien in feature in the. Roy Lasca build up, and he was the one horse, don't a very relaxed. Character. Doesn't get to excite you really with anything very laid back. And when I mentioned, the horse who would actually just one the previous night at the car. I said, what about the did you have neither one last night? And he goes, switch. It old loop Vega. God. He's gorgeous. And it was it was completely out of character, the way, Sarah talking about the heart. So I'd say he thinks the world of the volumes yovany here. All these whispers, you don't know what to believe. But I get the impression they hold this horse in it completely differently Tarazona who won the Coventry. So that'll tell you just how highly regarded day think he's the next big Tang, obviously, he's only at one run to so many unexposed horses in the lineup. But if he's even half as good as what they're saying he's gonna win this, and I wouldn't put anybody off back in for the classics next year because I think he will be good, obviously, this show, price people won't pick up prices on the post cast. So the one I taught was a big price each way with Sean power who only wanted Wolverhampton maiden put it was a good maiden, and he was still green, and I just liked the way quick and just about one hundred yards from the line. I think he's about twenty two one. So I could see him running. While for for Richard Hannon's investor, desouza, put all the dogs are the right dogs are back in a bit loopy Fernandez is have you seen much money in the up these hints that they really do. Think these this is the business actually pro-socialist the prices. All right album from my notes earlier on low pay wife and end is his drifting, sly eleven a ten now an and Pinatubo slightly shoulder hundred thirty Pinatubo would be my selection on our saw so remain the paddock apps, a lovely lovely strong cow. And I think he's he's winning. The world co is often the forms Bazin the jolly in probably see some guy for Pinatubo lucky got Wang doesn't do that TV, gigging. You'd have a lot to say about that. Combine wooden. He I mean, did you mean to match that show and that waistcoat dogged on Stein on my own in writing off, now, female help help with it? So I actually looked quite good is. Yeah. Well, I, I have on I. So now far far more about who's rising them fashion. And I think that's showing itself here. I think the white skies, it's just not sure about the, the show, the three I five is the jersey stakes Cy Young jersey on his well good. Nice. What kind of that base spice bluesy? He's fat. No jersey today. Bros, the weather's beautiful eleven four spice blues five so perfect six happy paranoid Nikon I juice hide hide away on. It's ten to one, the rest DJ kicks off here. Usually, it's me on the ways culture, slagging, some delay opinions or his reduce and I hate tip, and favorites early last gut haters. So I tried my best to take on space blues, but I watched the app, some foams again, and he was so good, and so professional and was value for so much more than the winner. Marriage and Urbani can is a good horse. I'm I thought he battered him. And I think he actually might turn into sprinter, Paul agrees actually that he might be six furlongs might be strip. But I think he's enough Natura too busy to get to get over line here. I think he's very good. He probably. Unformed should be a little bit bigger. But I just went through the whole race. And every time we just kept coming back to him because I don't think we've seen the best of me, I think his career-best will come in this race. And I think it went will you be taking on the five hairpins are will at so. Yeah Bruce by by Hong Kong for a wasn't being that far in dire made. He tried to make it from a long way from over six furlongs L nothing back to back to the seven furlongs. We'll see him well and kills. Yeah. I mean off though I've thought he'll he'd win the race for wall. Just disappointed about a price when you see him on his fielded against him. It just just pushed me off. I mean my, my one concern of who paid. It is a very stiff seven, they're gonna go all the memories where he was going to have it the day time now I'm going gonna take him on. Because that's the way I play the one, I off, like his mom can Chimo charms go. First time blink his now he was second in the craven, and he got himself in trouble. Probably should have one is very close at him. And Skardu oversee went on finished in the Guineas. He was he was down the field and against big game running loads and loads of trouble at to, you know. Unfamiliar Joe is with him on them is now go Andrea designees one on hopefully blink, is who you know, keeping focused Graham, join our is a real good thing for him. Not so much for happy hour. Okay. Move onto the Hardwick where we are delighted see lost his Darby when amasau returned to action and he heads the Patty Powell. Mark Cuban is does he know he doesn't Bros eleven to four five four two hundred five for Roger very nine hundred Mirage Dong. Swing southern fronts, six Lottie da, and it's twelve to one the rest and we stick review for the first selection pool. Well, I'm going to go to Tycom Massa, obviously Dhabi went up. He was just he was disappointing on these say's new diabetes season so off to a choir bedtime. Offer tycoon home for, for that reason, Mirage, dunks, Somali coup style. Okay. We'll go with that one. He's been kept in training as a five year old. I think there's a reason for that Tron gag group to group one win. We, we've him and semi coup style is the Hardwick mastery is won the race eleven times including last year with prince of Wales here. I am Chris to ocean kills who'd you like yeah. I mean, my fear would be mirrors dancer, and, and defy, I mean, a caller defy Lula pop agree. Does anyone Epsom didn't go all that? Well, the start then be came through powered home, if I get decent price, and his turns into a test. I think he's probably the wanna be, we don't know what state by Massa was gonna return in. I mean, the fact I've waited a whole year and they're still bringing it back. Having won a dog he could easily going to stop. It's gonna be interesting. There's actually a fashionable in hardware, and TJ polite. It thanks for tipping up defy last time you very sweet on him. And he won a massive price. Well, played you going to keep the faith? Yeah, I'm still clinging onto it. That's big claim to fame for the last couple of weeks and has been logo. I think it win and it's not just because backed him anyone there to carnation cope as, as caves alluded to their things it and go great in the coronation copy kind of missed a break. He was further back that he wanted to be the gap that, Nope. In at the right time early in the home straight and he had to sit. And so for for few minutes. Andrea did. And I thought he was well on top of the line and to be honest. I thought that was just as good a racist. This is I don't think there's anything eight of the ordinary in here, Massar will need to put up a big performance on his first start for so long to win this race. Ace and the ground is a key here. I taught it was just I thought he Jill Scott away would've Epsom. It's going to be slightly slower here. I think I know what's going to be your your sunshine. But still, there's a lot of rain and you're on the week. I think the slower degrade the better chance to fo has an high just think he's improved pass all these. I thought that was a hell of formats at Epsom money thinking win. Let's look at the diamond jubilee next. What's my whole sees handicap, the fuck that yo buck any? Everyone loves a newbie. That's why putty power games that giving all new customers, sixty free. Spins on daily jackpot games you play power games customers only one per customer teases. He's applying eighteen plus become welcome back the four twenty to ask as the diamond jubilee, stakes and blue point having won the Kingston, so impressive. Ian, cheesy reappears, which is really exciting news. He's five minutes. A game Bruce two to one favoring nine to two in Vince balmy for joins tight. I city lie a few on twelve bound for nowhere. Bravado sends Amalean tinman, and it sixteen to one ball. So you'd be looking at the issue is for months thinking in, of course gonna win. That's come out blue points in you've had. So totally reevaluate. Yeah, absolutely chicken over impact, in court for loss Cutler, whether there's a problem. Oh or no. And I just wanna run blue point in a rice time frame for running blue point, right? Ask her. He's one of four five star is only defeat was in a coma World Cup to Caravaggio in Harry angel. He's always beaten Harry angel ever six here won a group. Three I was six as well. He's foam in Detroit as every bit is good. I six as he is five and he's supposed to buy some way for some way. I mean he should you know, you could argue should be shorter. Well, I just wanted they whether the fact that he's kind of parachuted in light means that the. Really been quite sure where to put him bombing in any way. Lucky was just Winston, you put it this way, if he didn't run the other day. And it was this was always a target. He'd probably be shorter. Do you know what I mean? But the fact that he's one shows that he's covers he committed the value. Add look, he's fired the most likely winner, when you hear Paula Kelly saying that a bit of Harstad chart that speaks volumes like, you know, to try to take one on the one that I taught was too big of a price, just because this is his final is to ten money won the race two years ago. All you don't think he's regrets as much as American suggests. He was very look in the race last year was only be just over led by merchant navy. He got shuffled back the gap kills yet to swing right around them. And he flew home. I think this time of year this is track and the will be enough Clinton, the ground, I taught return Windsor was fine. They were all in a big lump and he just plugged on in the middle of the track. It was it was, it was basically a prep for this on adobe figure price. I'd be surprised if he didn't finish in the first tree. But obviously blue point is the starting point for every winter. Gillette blue. Point Venezuela can take him on agree with poa about him being the best horse in the rice. It's I'm going to take him on purely because he's run already this way. We none of us really know what that's going to take out. Then I'm gonna go for double figure price. One stanza Molly another one. We've really, really good coz form second in Commonwealth Cup nastier is a Koosun distance winnow winning that champion sprint when he caught the last time he was slowly away. The ground was soft enough Amilton in our finger huffing that one who improved dramatically for the run. Okay. Next up is the wo-. Kim takes place at five o'clock. And as always wide open big puzzle. Spinach through the market leaders, pull gripe puzzle the wokingham hike to uncut bar, and in dens Ainhoa. Join favorites concept right him, ten foxtrot, lady twelve gun metal, and then there's a host of host who's on fourteen to one ROY knowing she easy one for David Jennings to solve. Yeah, I go to start off with a horse that has been I it's got a remarkable profile southern horse from the Jim Bolger stable. I've got five techs about this horse in the last couple of days. Say in this is much better than a tiny gap, America. Everybody's talking about it back home has trained by IRA Budi, Jim Bolger. Right. It's it's been ruining in Argentina on the all weather, and it's entered in July cope, it was second in a group, a group warned in Argentina, and it's just it's just a bizarre piece of placing Jim, obviously, it's be more. Convery well in Colin and I would say disagree awful lot charter. Price is at the minute because there's, there's very true Georgia's that are being told about this horse. It'll be interesting to see how sorta horse gets on 'em like Santa for this race for quite a while. Obviously, it's going to be Jerry munc- last runner. It's not an emotional thing at all. It don't know. The man, I just think he's, he's the type that was suit the race as he used to be trained by eight and O'Brien in Ireland. I always thought it was a big sprint in. Am his, his old wet America's. I think APN tiredness Dennis turf Mark on ROY Moore rights, and I think the way to race would be Souza's run. He goes well fresh, and I still think he could be. Maybe. Five or six pens ahead of his book, you might need to be a little bit more. But at twenty two one thousand nine Senator has got a big chance. Never had the pleasure of being told to F off by German as eight or nine and it's funny at we were doing the previews there on steer Riley was sitting beside me, and I'm doing the preview of the movie I said that. Oh ring, Jeremy Cedeno, and he was like, oh, his reaction was, like when I told people I was staying in slow. Yes. Yes. Slough ask good Kate, the expenses down TJ company man is. In life for the world. I'm going to go with David Jennings. Senator. Yeah. I know. He's full museum as good on earth is, as on your weather has one on the Ron Moore on board jerem Germany's Seda guy offing this also send him out with a bang. It looks an absolute plot to me Bros. Okay. An kills we love plots in Iran. Awoke in me. You know the one thing about a lot of work in the machine also travels. Well on stays, and k bonds never run over six. But it looks like a horse to the will absolutely relish it. And he won the Victoria company lost time. He's one is also one on a cruise before. And I just love the way he travels and where is on the right side, and there's enough pace around on both sides. I mean he's open stance. He's drawn ten mostly out to on from store one last two years ago when the early week, everything was happening on the stand side. So, you know, I think we can never tell especially it'd be drying out. It'd be good ground worst. Imagine by Saturday. So so are going to give him a shot. He's finally enough. He wanted Victoria Cup the last horse who wouldn't the Victoria Cup. Welcome. Double was, if rose trying by Mark Jarvis. When very, very assistant trying to I think he's, he's absolutely right. Tucked rice. He's five on gonna back a rag not. We're not gonna putting in about three rags, but one of them will be into Saab photographer. Mario, he's, he's, he's not you outside my zap do was when he wanted to years ago. Unlike him, he's dropped down the writings yet in January on his first time Dubai van every bit as well as he ever has done finishing closer in a photo rental resumes. Right in the modern for these dropped all the way down to amalgamate hundred three and he hasn't thought well in this race for the past two seasons. But he has run this cools well before an he's on twenty two and he's put Jamie Spencer, who is the ultimate straight. Checks pressures. With many Jolie's. I was chasing it winner. Best right, then these wonderful week culminates at five thirty five with the Queen Alexandra, two miles, and six furlongs. And if you are desperate for win- let's see what the nights can conjure up a first movement is Wilson lights is betting. Can maximize him pound puntos time we've Abang five to two favorite pros five to one Kerr corral Qiliang tease come into at one with six to one hundred eighty this morning, six to one Palestinian lucky deal. And it's thirteen to the rest and Ben is you can go first, I'm gonna go for do you never co surpr- for me because there's been plenty of women over the years who who've done that sixteen to one into thirteen to two. Unraced on the flat. So I'm is a bit of a guest, but Kim, Bailey Kim Bailey. Yeah. Fine. Hurtling the, the money is speaking volumes. And yeah, you never call for me just to let you know when you do come to Kaley, if he does tip you'll never call. I was speaking to him beforehand. And he said he didn't say anything at all in the right. So it just be copying Paul Benfield tip, if he does I just hit the favorite you kills. Cheeky pasta. Yeah. Just a bad today. I mean the drawer gets the more confident Rb and you never could two hundred and fifty seven overheard. There was needs. Good grammar, a right. And detract. I I was actually tipping ob- last week, we'd nine to be then because it just law and obvious place. But this was the go. He's got a really big engine, if he translates, his full jumps ability to this is one of the best roles in there is now a handicap says, Nope, fifty pound off that put him on one zero seven, and that would make him the second best does and the race. Hopefully can you never know usually needs an easy night. You wrote, but he's probably yatesy one forego cups. He's going to have no problem whatsoever. The trip hopefully you go from an often. Get I wanna possum excellent three weeks for that one. Or are you going to go against the lights twenty I was any taking the stair I spoke to pug with what Provo before we came on air tomorrow. I just can't wait for the last race you never call then bidders Tipton on his is just rolled to heaven. Yeah. One hundred and fifty. Yes, exactly. Obviously to. Yeah. You never call eight hundred and fifty seven over heart as Maxine is named into two hundred and tortillas overheard. Maxine away disfavor, Podins? I was in the preview for the Gold Cup theater day in Iran, William Thomas Hobson, and he goes look to be honest. Thomas Hobbes, and she'll be running the Cleland exander. He says, but we've got Maxine wait for that which suggests to me that makes it was the head of the pecking order of Thomas Hobson, even though it Thomas Hobbes around in the Gold Cup. Look, I think Maxine wage is probably the most likely winner dis type races. Suits him. He's getting on a bit in years. But I think to Kobe wound last blowing tournament. I think this Kobe is. I think the ground and everything is in his favor. He's proven that he handles attract. Do you think he goes, quite well fresh as well? And to me, he's the most likely winner, but he's no value whatsoever. And I might just throw in behind Keita's because it's a it's a long time since I've seen so sweet. Sweeten horse. Tried standing with your arm Atla David Jennings. Wiz on his Asia, so rot. And thank you very much indeed chips. We'll get the best pets for day five poop infield. I'm gonna go you never co Kaley taken it pissed now any. Yeah. You'd never. Five thirty five not change it, and David Jennings. 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Ask! with Crystal Dwyer Hansen and Mark Victor Hansen

Breaking the Underdog Curse

36:29 min | 5 months ago

Ask! with Crystal Dwyer Hansen and Mark Victor Hansen

"Welcome to the vitality shift. Podcast for chiropractors. I I'm your host. Dr Dawn McDonald author of the bestselling book. The underdog curse weekly. We will be interviewing amazing records from around the world finding out how they made their vitality ship. If your car roger that either wants to just move your practice away from treating pain and conditions or if you just WanNa stay inspired. This podcast is review for more information on those reason. Www dot Dr Dawn McDonald dot com. And I hope you enjoy the show. Well HELLO EVERYBODY. And welcome to another episode of the vitality shift for chiropractors. Is the doctor. John McDonnell your host and it seems like lately. I've been hitting all my mentors lately and and this is a big special events for me that I get you Interview one of my mentors for Bible at sixteen years ago and his amazing wife. So I'm going to introduce her first because it's always ladies first hand so so we're introducing a crystal door Hanson and She was backing she. She crushed in real estate then after that she became a wellness coach and a clinical hypnotherapist. And now she's written a book with our other guests That we're GonNa talk about later in the podcast so welcome to the podcast Bristol. Eighteen kids are happy to be here. Thank you and then and then of course my mentor. Larry I I. I've just told them before the call. I saw him multiple Parker seminars. That's where Me and my me and my wife Brandy Really Kinda cutter cheese in Chiropractic and in in our profession and And of course he's the author or CO author of the bestselling author of bestselling author chicken soup for the soul series. Sold five hundred million books. That's half a billion books He one of my favorite books he wrote was the one billionaire He wrote had other like back in the days. When you listen to CDs like I had all his CDs like Aladdin Factor Nightingale Conan. You had tons of stuff through that and I just WanNa really I've just kind of. I'm all excited because I get to meet my mentor. So thank you for being on the podcast mark. Thank you for being a fan of friend and an advocate just as a quick mind blower it to all those audiotapes tonight on the reissuing. All of them. They're not calling it. The ultimate Victor Hansen back ultimate crystal. Dwyer Hands Becker. We're just we're thankful a blow away and elated. Not only is it helping but literally nowadays thanks to the Internet is going literally around the world electrically so if we served before our serving greater that's that's amazing so I wanted to start off just by kind of getting an idea of how you guys met because we're GONNA get into. You've written a book but I kind of want to get your your origin story of how you guys got together so I was. I had a coaching practice in Scottsdale Arizona and my mom got one day for an author when a one a Samaritan L. A. And I was just in the middle of writing my first. Love your thoughts report results in so. She caused me to go to the seminar. Publishers Publicists there and Mark Teacher Hands. It'll be there and I was like. Oh whoa mom and so I said what is it she goes. It's the day after tomorrow. Oh it's sold out. I can't get it. I was like critic Marjorie. My way out of exhibit. Some busy right now. She's just GonNa Watch the Kids Frio cell. I call let me just see if there's face hall. Richmond was the promoter. He probably right back firstly because crystal. No we have plenty stacey. We'd love to have you come over so I got. I guess I'm going to prevent it kind of took on a life of its outside their VIP reception. Mark was there and he was kind of. I was chatting with speaking. She was surrounded by an entourage of people and Yeah this night. After the event later he said he had noticed Lender you know if I was single or whatever but so you must be looking at. My wife is always there. I decided not even drink that night. I'm like I'm GonNa talk about my words practice enough to my heart about this book. Righty so I was drinking. Ironic Leagues Woman. Who's standing next to me wiped entire glass of red wine on my white chance on a half. Step back a little bit. Mark must have been looking my way. 'cause he kinda breaks out of his crowd and he comes across the room just right over to me perhaps might armony the clouds. Let me get you some pulled me out of the room. I was like okay. So we got to be considered. We started talking. Asked me what I did? I told him you know great success I was having with. My clients is the transformation light coach in clinical hypnotherapist in he suicide. I really feel like there's something about you. That could really be changed. The world really helped women especially but I'm starving Can we go to dinner and I was like. Yeah have meat neither so so we did we we. I ran upstairs. I called my mom I said mom I just have a second year. But how are the kids doing? She's like they're great high. Go your beliefs that I'm going to deal with Martha Johnson she goes. I knew it on a plan to all the time. Be that same story or the second parliament is crystal. We cannot stay here. There's a thousand people to National Anti. Just ask one question and we will not get together so I know my way around Hollywood. You might have I take you to the best restaurants. She said Yeah we go into the long line and I go. Oh my God delusion GonNa get us in here so we walk up. The Guy can't recognize her but because she has oric charismatic dutiful. emanate pooper retreating. Assist the guy says okay. I give up Ritchie. I've been selling since the nine your everything just about. I said you don't recognize her and he says no richy now remember. We're both Danish all goes around. She's a Quinton Dimmer Says No. She's not my God she is were you. I said who travels with the Queen's was the best able to the pants shop to get the equipment but we can't. We can't come back. We're like okay. Might as well ask. Tunnel horsing around such a good mood. You know just how you see other and suddenly. It's like they really degree off the table for you right now. Follow me right okay. Because you asked but it's GonNa have. A great story was hundred. That's cool and so so then. You started dating afterwards pretty soon after we did and I wasn't even quite ready to date because my divorce three years name just like looking. At this summer I was summer was ahead and I planned all this stuff. My girls I'm like I don't bring anyone new into their lives so told him out so they're not really dating but out so he was so sweet we just stayed. He's like can we just be friends? Then you just let me know when you're ready you will be started talking. But it was a great way. It was actually a wonderful way. 'cause we talked on the phone and got to know each other. I was living Arizona using in California and it was a wonderful time to just to get to know each other with no pressure dating or anything and we just talk so much and realized you know when my kids went back to school. I said okay. You know I'm ready and we really once we met. We never stop talking. That's when did you get married. After that. May of two thousand eleven three years we talked on most of the time and I'd fly back. We started dating and then moved to California. Once they kids graduated and so their idea or together And then gone. Mary retained Louise. California two thousand Nice and you guys are in Arizona Now. Tarazona into it. We just really felt like we had some real estate here that we come stay at our Congress and we just driving back when time instead. He's kind of Said. I don't really want to leave. And of course. They spent a lot of time in Arizona but the funny thing is I thought mark was going to be nuts and he goes. I don't either. I love a year and we're like why don't we just let's just move? Permanently is in Scottsdale. You guys are yeah and there was interrupting because I on his big off spilling at one time we it's eighty seven employee. Run A hundred million dollar operation when little company so yeah he stuff so we sell and the Guy Says. I want you out in one month now. We haven't told anybody else. You're the only one I don't know why we're telling you this or or your audience but you know turn. The doctors are going to have the same problem because when things happen fast. Now is rolling isolation. Things aren't GonNa Half Yard Work Yard. GonNa Change happened this time. I think they're going to go skyrocket city for a lot of us in lotteries which we'll talk to under the new discovery. We think that's the biggest impact story ever bigger. I think it's GonNa be bigger than chickens. Oh that's cool. I'm excited about that. I was just GonNa say because I just were in Scottsdale because we do an event for chiropractors and we're at the SA- Garowe Sugalski just an old Scottsdale just outside Scottsdale and so we were just talking about Canadian right. So I'd say that word. Yes beautiful time. They're registered on there in February before everything went sideways. So so when Wendy mark you basically downsize really fast which get. We're we coach. Chiropractors TO SCALE UP AND OUR STALING DOWN. Because we're cutting the fat because you've got to be because if you can't practice you got to cut the fat rate. So when did you guys when you downsize? When did you guys actually start working together? What we had been working together for a few years while we were dating we are working remotely together. I started helping because I do a lot of writing and I would help was a lot of his projects and kind of organizing the office. We have you know the status after his divorce Everything was crazy. Kind of getting the right staff in the right team to do the right things and and so helped him with that right away. I sort of started acting is sort of the c o once I moved over there in two thousand ten Burlington associates and we just started. Seeing the world was changing weren't handling used a warehouse like hundreds of thousands of books we will. We were doing not anymore so we have a big staff big warehouse all this big shot and then everything started becoming easily easy to outsource Jack and as we started you know just moving with the world. We noticed that they were doing most important functions. Were actually a coming from the outside of our office but yet we still had these big salaries and so we really had to rethink like. What is this structure? We need to make sure that all employees are contributing. And you know that it's working or otherwise you just doesn't work. I mean the numbers. Don't work you're in business to make a profit otherwise go do charity and you let that is so relevant to to because it's so easy so to get overstaffed and and have overhead that you're not really using it efficiently everybody's got create their own. Roi Return on investment or those who don't know the language of economics business which like you said one of your favorite host is my series womanizer. And what we decided. We started contract. We thought I'd just do the worst case we had hired an MBA from an house. Cool and I asked her one question. Chris Another Chris. Asir do some. That's my job so we will lose. We own the company every week as your job is your job as he should. No no no. This is a job I said. No when I was in. Riders will working with Studied University go university. Jump to number two by the way is you're supposed to be an MBA Yuno. The law seventy two dogs with is that Compound interest any interest rate Show but she didn't know that I thought wait a second. You know next. Shuzo it just. We try to be a great example term. There was no job we were about. If we were having a group of her in serving lunch sometimes we go. Just go get some food and prepare it one time they were complaining. I said you know I just jumped in and I said Oh. Let me do it. You know he'd other grunge grumbling about making a salad parang salad in a bag problem if you've been more important institute let me do it you don't. We're not about sweeping floors. So you know trying to get people to see that every function is is is important. No one's about any including US chose to point to your As a everything need to know is Iran's GONNA give it. Everyone's going to have to write the three things you gotta ask that. We're teaching in his book. Are The your golden purposefulness when you ask number one. What do I love to do? And what am I? Best Acts Number two. What is university pay me substantially born of May not be? What you've been doing right. Everybody can get a return on investment. Everybody we believe in. We're teaching and ask how to do. She called a mind excavation. How you find out your inner resources are to show up not ORLA chiropractic. You know we call. It talked on inside out and I think you know I got three hundred. Dr Ones from a life to the point is we think it's the most exciting time with you. Individuals have to stay awake. They gotta be reading so Elba should books like got the light? I'm reading at an a tug some support of every boop it exists an industry. I know of and Eight best-sellers so I I know some business. Yes so that's what we believe. Now how did you come up with the book? Did you guys like did you already moved to Scottsdale? And then you're like. Hey let's Switzer next project to Scottsdale and we got involved in a number of things. Were really involved in clean. Energy loved that. But you know we. We're so blessed to meet so many people were still doing our speaking and inspiring other types of writing in base that we just started noticing that they're kind of two groups of people in the world and both groups are smart likable. They want great things for themselves often very educated but we noticed that it started to separate into two groups. There's one group that's really good at getting what they want in this groups. Just not very good getting what they want. It was so puzzling to us. We're like this guy is an tastic he should be he should be on TV everyday this. This woman could run a city but they're barely getting by now. What's the difference and we realize as we reflected on it? It's their ability to ask you know to really do that. We say there are three House which to ask ask yourself as others and Ascott at each one is equally important. But because like asking yourself able to do that. Self Introspection Sing White Marco saying what am I good at? What is my passion or purpose and is this working for me. An in a perfect world. What would I like this to be? You know all those deep reflective questions that are so important in very importantly being able to ask others you know when you know you want something being able to go out into the world because we are each other's best resource and we realize as we started looking at the lives that are super a successful agents. Get what they want. They're all great actors. They're what we call master Askar's and including you know when we looked at our own lives in thought. Gosh it seems like we had it easy. It's all been Rainbows and butterflies that we both have been through tremendous struggle setbacks. All kinds of things. But how did we get out of that and you know? Try Ans- over tragedy sorted. It's always been through this journey and we just realized how important this message was. We spend an hour every morning. Meditating and praying together in really talking about these things and we got so excited when when he keeps everyone needs to know this because this is a simple tool that is already inside of each of us we just need to learn how to pull it out. Dust it off and use it correctly. So that's how it can be. That's excellent so when when is this going to be available for people to purchase? Well it's on sale right now. The rich from you James Your destiny and Amazon. And so yeah. The official launch date is April. Twenty eighth all the books will be shipped out. April twenty eighth. So we're saying. Get your book now because we're GONNA do this. We're so excited about this. This the biggest book club ever and once you will get the books. Send US an email at reception at Margaret. Your Hansen Dot Com. We to invite you to the slow club because we want to help people with their asking journeys we WANNA be of service as well and we really feel strongly about. This book are some amazing stories in it. You know which is blow your mind about some ordinary people who've done extraordinary things to sor- asking and then you know the super Billionaire types of people. So it's a lot of fun to explore those stories great. Well what will lose? I'm going to ask you a few questions. At least have a common questions that characters around the world will be kind of experiencing right now and and and really right now. A lot of chiropractors speak can't practice very much sure. They've lost their their their patient base for a period of time. A lot of them have lost their staff and so they're in deep fear mode and so I was wondering what kind of advice would you have for chiropractors to get out of that like protective bubble? Because they're just kind of in that shock. Okay well let me talk one of the stories. We have a nurse. A great story by brilliant Dainius. Jim stovall who had like everyone Study a little bit but Jim is like the chiropractors except here is becoming an NFL superstar. Eighteen nineteen years old. He's hold life is thought is magnificent obsession for the ball and he's a big recruiter. The medical doctors live Ginny. I'm sorry to tell you this. Six months you're going to permanently in forever blind goose on me because it's such a great story and it's got a good end in a second but now he's in a little room nine by twelve self incarcerated parents home in his grumbling rumbling. Rone's got radio. He's got a television in a telephone is fair to look Jimmy. 'cause the blind meeting media they tell you something he goes blind me. All they're doing is the same. Misfit can claim rather than figuring out how to triumph over tragedy so he sits next to this woman who is a blind stenographer law firm and he says you know. I used to love to watch thrillers. I used to love. Watch the throw or plunged I can't see any of that are squealing tires. Somebody ought to do something about that. Here's the key question. Everybody needs this. Why can't we do something about it? Doctors every see a every person got laid off gotta ask. Why can't we use and metaphorically it looks Ernst this? Yeah why can't do so? Why can't we fix an created Narrative Television Don? And because you and I are cited. You don't even know exists but fourteen nine people around the world every day. Watch not at ten dollars a month right. Great idea in his big. I need Jim inadvertently. Charlie Tremendous Jones. You obviously Charles are very close friends at benders homeland We'd bend each other places. Lots Johnny called me and said look you know. You're some fifteen million bucks a year. I know you have time to breathe. But he's a visible We're GONNA read by Jim. Stovall a blind gut and I needed right Ford and writing the door. I said God Jelly I love you. Close friends like most people. There are no. Charlie hug everybody right yet. Yup issue even his role that you guys. I don't worry about the year Charlie said look I said Okay Charlie. I don't know. How do I read the book and I was wild by it so I wrote? This book is so powerful it has to be a movie because I endorsed it. It ultimately became one hundred dollars and and Jim says he is endlessly. Thankful if you lose one hundred years you can't thank you enough but most report put the story and ask because it gets everybody. Ought quandary you're talking about. He said I now write books that I can't read. I know make movies that I can see. Wow and everybody's in isolation I is eight billion of US tonight. Soleil should run the planet. So it's not like you're one offer any docker. Doctor's wife or spouse or employees are one off. We all have the same. Why can why can't we do something about? This is the leverage question that we're saying everybody's GONNA ASK. Everything needs fixing everywhere. Right and the breakthrough for Jim came from the literally the worst time in his life and not really happen for all of us done absolutely county. We just to tell people right now. It is. It's easy to get scared but once we start to give into that fear we kind of start to collapse into it and there's nothing productive about that because this is going to end it's going to ended. It's probably going to end sooner than we think on. So we need to think of this time as really good time. Like what if someone just gave you these weeks to work on a special project to work on yourself to work on your plan to become better. What would you do with this valuable valuable time or you? Don't have any distractions there. Oftentimes we think when we're really really busy with our businesses. Oh if I only had a few weeks to do this will you have a few weeks now? So let's do it. What are we going to do? How are you gonNA come out of this if you knew that you're going to come out of this in three or four weeks or sooner? Who knows what what would you do with that time? How are you going to come back? Better stronger smarter get ready. It's GonNa take some preparation and that's why we're saying it's a great time to get this book because the just the the series of questions that you need to ask yourself in understanding how you need to ask yourself the process through which you need to. Ask Yourself. It starts to reveal the solutions understanding the eliminations. The ideas that you need not just now but forever and forever in your life you learn to become a Master Askar. Life changes dramatically in everybody that you know gives. The book consensus a received from Amazon DOT COM TO RECEPTION MARTHA GRANDSON DOT COM. They're going to get a whole series of things first of all. They're going to get copies stuff from us a gambler. We're GONNA do the biggest book club and we're doing a video book club that no one's ever thought of before that has dynamic inviting compelling irresistibly edifying and it's going to motivate you an launch you to Israel we're trying to do. The last words in a subtitle is your destiny. We think everybody has a great destiny. You're alive you got a destiny now. If you haven't filled it of the three questions one is ask God when I was bankrupt upside down. Nineteen seventy four US. Two million dollars basically overnight. You know that story in house hiding out in hiding under the sheets that and I'd sleep enough sweeping begging from another guy. He's room one day after I'd listen to this audiotape again and again I thought Oh. That's what I'm supposed to do. God winslow Desi. Okay absolutely do that. I was living alone on your diet there for us and I went to my three roommates breakfast. As any of you guys know anyone. That's young. It's not that's not a doctor. That's a lawyer is speaking and one of them was a real estate Johnson. Yeah he's out on your. He's years older than you. But he's brilliant funny. I go out there because I asked my roommate. Remember ask God decide what to ask yourself. Well then I want to do this in an ask other roommates where I wanted to see this guy three hours. He mesmerized audience. I asked him at lunch. I Ju- Collins. I think you met at the speaker thing as a gyp. GonNa take your lunch. He said Yeah I love you buy me like I said I WANNA do Your Business. Get Chances One thousand. You're GONNA make it. You know what I'm asking is turning Donald. He said teach you if you stay out real estate job in Doodoo Life Insurance into bottomless pit for motivation. Amal eighteen hundred companies rollover ninety senator. Just do that in two weeks vacation. I'll see I'm not. You're not going to be here. But any he came back and I was doing four talks today for the first year. W like a thousand dollars due at six o'clock ten o'clock two o'clock eight o'clock at night. Whatever and then in between itself seminars when it was a mind blower twenty rounds are the only two guys at did a thousand talk to your first three years when we were chatting one time and so the point is yeah Dole. Rooms are hitting is no win but you gotta figure out when the wind comes back it comes all at once so you better be ready. It will crucial. Say you'd ask yourself others. Ask God put it in writing as you know. That's a mystical power hollered. One goals baby. After the other thing we discovered about goals. Is it like if you look at my phone? You can't see all of our goals. Rondo wallpaper with every your goals are only patients. You see twenty one to earn. You know you book the Sixty Times a day it behooves US start setting your goals. And you've heard me say before Brandon India. Rain estimates. Becker big dockers in do better the abetter practitioner than you've ever been before and I believe in high by Brexit a more. You do the better. You get more speeches more books you right you gotta ask yourself. What is it like dude? Be Magnificent and wonderful. Infill my destiny. That's amazing that's good. Now I've a question about sabotage because again A Lotta Times carpenters if they kind of get a little bit more successful than they're comfortable with sometimes they self sabotage and I was wondering if you guys have any thoughts on how. He's this is a good downtime for people to make sure they don't when they when the sales come back they don't take they don't take their out of the sales so we'll ideas on self self cush right. Well that's where we have a set of questions in a book called South Intervention Questions. And you know so really sitting down with yourself and saying basically am I afraid of my own success and my intimidated you. I believe in really being successful. And if not why what is in my what kind of baggage my sharing inside of my ideal a lot with subconscious programming and so what kind of baggage carrying with you. That's telling you YOU'RE NOT WORTHY. You're not enough In the asphalt we have what's called the seven roadblocks to asking and it's important to look at those because we all carry a little bit of at least one of those roadblocks on worthiness doubt fear. Naievety all of these things. So you know it's really powerful to look at those and read the stories around those because we put some powerful stories around in every subject we talked about because we learned so much from other people's experienced a story is a metaphor for our own lives in a metaphors pattern for brains to follow and so those stories. It's not just reading stories. It's really putting this pattern in our mind that that frees us to do or to learn what other people have learned in done. So yeah I mean the the south intervention questions it. This book is perfect for this situation right now. Now the I know we had a little bit of time left but I WANNA ask. Marcus is what he's really helped me with in the past. Some chiropractors have stopped dreaming because they've failed enough times they've just kind of given up. What kind of recommendations would you have for the listeners? Out there to to kind of expand their dreaming a Jim. Rone's used to set the price needs to be worth the promise. Bray or sorry the promises to be worth the price. So what kind of words of advice would you have to help expand that thinking? 'cause you had that program think bigger than you've thought before. I would think bigger never thought by way. They've just brought it out again. That's one thing Jim Brown. Right Travel Ron Role. Doing all the leadership seminars. I just I love Mr. He was profound and brilliant and he said you know. Wages are our prophets or better than wages. Which is what a chiropractor ought to get a good practice. You build it and you have. So what happened. Did you got to start thinking but you gotta pretend if you're stuck right you gotta start asking yourself one by had a million dollars ten million or one hundred million. What would I do with my practice and how I made it better? And what would I do insightful? He that is different more exciting. What what what would be my main session. It made me Tim though with zeal every morning when I woke up so my feet it marks and we call it the three second. Really Ask Yourself. What would you do in three seconds just won a race into it like we? I think you can see the enthusiasm. Obviously it's laugh at me seventy two years and she's much younger of course twenty one miles accepting my energy level is good enough that we climb the museum energy with yard and our booklets audibles. I want to do like a highest slums Darlan Whitney here Fuji and all that stuff. What is it you want to do? So your practice is is a delay tune is enjoyable to you. As exciting to you is a is a mandate that you want really help people in sourcing certain levels you'd never even do before and make your life dynamic passionately purposeful and exciting. But it's all done with one thing you learn how to ask. That's why we sound model monocle here. But we know that asking gets the stuff that everybody that has got created. We got to do a test on. It is follow loveliness that I'm reading. The second time this Jane Oleg Debited a next. We're asking everybody to become bash or Askar's that's amazing. So I know all my listeners are going by suskind to be great. And then they'll send you a little note that is so they can get all your extra stuff And then the last thing just because I know we just have a couple minutes left before you go carpenters all over the world so in Australia New Zealand. Uk Germany Canada the United States Someone were a little bit. Maybe needle inspirational frustrated. What kind of a parting words of wisdom would you like to lift? Leave listeners. Today I think you know for me I would like to encourage everybody to make it a plan For when we all get back to work. How can you connect with your clients? Better your your patients. How can you connect with them at a heart level? That is so important because a lot of times we get agenda driven. And it's like I wanna see this medications do this and it's great but how can you serve them better and connect with them in a heart level? Allowed Times people will pay more when you feel like when they feel like you're really providing something beyond for them for instance. I go to that. We go to Dr Todd now. We found him through the club's exit. Canetti ANYTHING WASH THAT. He goes a little heat. Goes the extra mile I mean. He doesn't just come in and cracking your negativity. The does this whole little massage. Protocol stretches you cheeks maybe five extra minutes navy sex but I gave him a hand. My cardigan seventy five dollars. Every time I can go to another guy who who cost me thirty five maybe forty now. But I'll go to todd every time because I know he's going to take that extra six minutes and you know really care about out you know making sure my muscles are loose making sure. I understand a stretches that I need to do and just that little so this is a great time. You is when you're sitting there. How can I connect more with my patients and near needs and and really create powerful bond? You know I. I understand them better. And I guarantee you will have the most devoted patients you've ever had just because as you know I helped contractors and you listen to my eighth. Unable to million dollar cash practice in higher perfect Iraqi assistant and on and on and Great Stories Dudu. One story none. I'll do the real solution I gave. You wanted to go rex but Dennis Nicotine you may remember his rubber band with him everywhere and he said even everyone a rubber band hem rapid tighter under into left index finger until the finger starts turning colors. Real Quick Dr Don. We'll colored term Purple Purple Red Than Black and falls off into so so he says eating therapists cured. Nagorno can a medical doctor note and a massage service geared. He goes through twelve and he says who's going to get rid of US supplementation and is only one person that's DC doctor of Gaza docker bridge. And would I believe in you know it's awesome? I love it. It's our buddy gender Martinez by our closest friends says everything's divine when a spy in line. You need to know those kinds of lives. You need to learn that southern. Watch all live videos online. But here's what we did when when we did that. Is You remember. Is it a miracle out of blood and Liddy Dole a many issues of the Red Cross which were back friends with again doing some stuff with and we said look? We'll give a little sample book. Everybody your blood. She's I can't get anybody to come so we did. All the chiropractors in the states and to call eight hundred give life and if you re activate your patients this way when it starts again do the same thing. Eight hundred to give light. I Dunno get number and get a free pint of blood win weather global here in for offer week. I'll give you a free adjustment. Once they're back if you treat him like crystals say go the extra mile the extra mile the extra I attitude. The extra thankful is remembered a text and afterwards so glad that you came to our practice. Today we really want to help you and by the way if they really want to give an ash book away to everybody. I never thought of that. Early of a data chiropractors point is that we got more people you know. They're twenty seventy seven thousand brexit twenty-five no basis in a booklet way to the top. And we get an blood for a year and a half banks and I thank forever car wreck and gave a words as you know the secretary of of Red Cross Libido did that so it was wonderful. That's great. Well I know you gotta run off to another call and I and I and I really appreciate you taking the time out. This has just been a treat for me to be able to interview you guys. You guys are amazing so thank you very much for the time. Thank you thanks. Everybody get until next time. Don't forget crushed occurs. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. If you've received value from this episode please share this with a fellow chiropractor and take some time to rate and review us on itunes or wherever. Your favorite place is to listen to podcasts. If you're interested in learning more about our programs and events please visit. Www dot the vitality shift dot com or connect with me on facebook. 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