35 Burst results for "Thirty Days"
Lawyers allied with Trump ordered to pay $175K in sanctions
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting lawyers lawyers who who allied allied with with Donald Donald Trump Trump after after the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election must must pay pay one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions nine nine lawyers lawyers aligned aligned with with former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump including including Sidney Sidney Powell Powell and and L. L. Lin Lin would would have have been been ordered ordered to to pay pay the the city city of of Detroit Detroit and and the the state state of of Michigan Michigan a a total total of of one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions for for abusing abusing the the court court system system with with a a sham sham lawsuit lawsuit challenging challenging the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election results results the the total total includes includes more more than than one one hundred hundred fifty fifty three three thousand thousand dollars dollars going going to to Detroit Detroit the the sanctions sanctions will will cover cover the the legal legal costs costs incurred incurred by by the the city city and and Michigan Michigan in in defending defending against against the the lawsuit lawsuit the the money money must must be be paid paid within within thirty thirty days days U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Linda Linda Parker Parker who who imposed imposed the the sanctions sanctions in in August August rejected rejected most most of of the the attorney's attorney's objections objections to to the the proposed proposed award award for for Detroit Detroit but but she she did did reduce reduce it it by by twenty twenty nine nine thousand thousand dollars dollars Parker Parker previously previously ordered ordered to to each each of of the the lawyers lawyers to to undergo undergo twelve twelve hours hours of of legal legal education education including including six six hours hours in in election election law law hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio
Airlines told to keep data on travelers from southern Africa
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting airlines airlines are are told told by by federal federal health health officials officials to to keep keep data data on on travelers travelers from from southern southern Africa Africa the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention is is requiring requiring airlines airlines to to gather gather contact contact tracing tracing information information on on passengers passengers entering entering the the United United States States who who have have been been in in southern southern Africa Africa in in the the previous previous two two weeks weeks the the CDC CDC order order was was obtained obtained by by the the Associated Associated Press Press the the directive directive follows follows president president Joe Joe Biden's Biden's order order that that went went into into effect effect Monday Monday barring barring most most foreign foreign nationals nationals from from entering entering the the U. U. S. S. if if they they have have been been in in southern southern Africa Africa or or the the Omicron Omicron a a variant variant of of covert covert nineteen nineteen was was first first reported reported under under the the CDC CDC order order airlines airlines are are required required to to keep keep information information on on passengers passengers who who have have been been in in southern southern Africa Africa for for thirty thirty days days and and provided provided to to the the CDC CDC within within twenty twenty four four hours hours if if requested requested Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington
New HUD rule aimed at preventing public housing evictions
"By did ministrations trying to provide some help for public housing residents to falling behind the department of housing and urban development is setting a new rule those in subsidized public housing would have to get thirty days notice of eviction and be steered toward federal emergency rental assistance programs they can help with back rent and buy some time for those having trouble a department official who spoke anonymously in advance of a formal announcement says they're significant concern about a looming wave of evictions as cases that began when the moratorium lifted make
Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency
"Military service members in Alaska are being asked to avoid places that don't require masks or social distancing for the next thirty days well the state's epidemiologist says Alaska is experiencing one of the sharpest surges of cove in nineteen in the country in Alaska military leaders on joint base Elmendorf Richardson had declared a public health emergency while the state's largest hospital Providence Alaska Medical Center is rationing care after being overwhelmed by surgical bid nineteen patients the hospital has been forced to turn away patients from smaller cities there are merchants the room was overflowing and people are having to wait in their cars in a parking lot for hours waiting to see a doctor the state health department reports more than twelve hundred newly confirmed cases per one hundred thousand people over the past two weeks twenty percent of patients hospitalized Alaska have coded nineteen I'm Jennifer king
Parole Recommended for Convicted RFK Assassin Sirhan Sirhan
"An assassin of a sitting united states. Senator is going to be released. Serhan sirhan shot to death. Robert f kennedy in nineteen sixty has been granted. Parole here in california. Now we have ninety days for it to be reviewed. And then it's up to governor. Deputy do you have thirty days to decide whether or not to grant the parole so take almost to the end of the year to get the answer to this but the parole committee today recommended serhan sarhan. Ib i guarantee you. If new gets recalled sirhan's going is going to get recalled to back to prison. Oh you mean whoever becomes governor. Grant the parole yeah. I'm just betting just betting. The new governors that leading sirhan go free another reason to vote use out
RFK Assassin Sirhan Wins Parole with Support of 2 Kennedys
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a California parole board panel rules in favor of releasing Robert F. Kennedy's assassin Sirhan Sirhan senator Robert F. Kennedy's assassin has been granted parole a two person panel of the California parole board recommended Sir Hans release after his sixteenth parole hearing two of RFK's son spoke in favor of Sir Hans release and prosecutors declined to participate were opposed his release under a policy by Los Angeles county district attorney George GASC own however released for the seventy seven year old Sir Han is not assured the ruling by the two person panel will be reviewed over the next ninety days by the California parole board staff it will then be sent to the governor who will have thirty days to granted reverse it or modify the ruling hi Mike Rossio
Important Gmail Messages Hitting Spam?
"Listeners listeners. it's brought malino. welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So do you use g mail you may want to double check your spam folder. If you do yes. Google email client is super useful. Probably the best email option out there. I use it. I love it. It's really helpful. But some g mail users have been reporting issues with important emails ending up in their spam folders among those affected by this usa today money reporter nathan bony who wrote about it for tec- dot usa today dot com and joins us here today. Nathan thanks for being here. So how did you find out what was going on with gmo. Well i had my recreational softball league coach contacted me and said hey. Why haven't you issued for this week's game. And i said well i didn't get it and you the irish unit last week and so all of a sudden i was like what about my sample there so took the spam folder for the first time in the weeks and some and saw eighty five emails. Were quite legitimate. That had been stuck in there over the last thirty days. So you know in your story you talk a little more about kind of what happened there. And then you reached out to google. So what did how. Google respond to all this. Google was not helpful. They really didn't have much to say. They basically pointed us to their standard vice. What to do when Email my end up in your spam filter but you know the most insight that i got was searching on twitter and seeing there are a lot of other people that are reporting the same experience. I m reporting over the last week or so. It's feels like something has changed now. I'm not a software. You know to engineer or developer in any respect. So i don't know the technical aspects of this but i seen many people including high profile folks reporting missing bank statements missing personal correspondence myself. I had tickets to an event. I had receipts. I had email newsletters. I click on every day. These are not newsletters. That might be
Bitcoin Mining With Mike Colyer
"Let's start with Just remind everyone what is foundry and kind of the founding story of this in terms of what you guys are building. Yeah so Foundries a wholly owned subsidiary of the digital currency group and we're focused on supporting decentralised infrastructure. So both on the proof of work side and proof of stake side and We got started about will almost two years ago and We've been building out both sides of that business. We've scaled now to Approaching i think fifty employees which we've got an amazing team here at foundry and we provide so we might ourselves. We provide advisory services. We provide equipment financing. And we've deployed about three over three hundred million dollars now into the north american mining ecosystem. And then we've launched our north american mining pool which supports institutional size minors the the publicly traded minor. So they have a clear transparent pool to to mine in and We've got an advisory businesses. Well helping helping Miners get into the business. Staking side we. We now stake on about twenty different protocols. essentially like the infrastructure team for dc g. and and the other subsidiary companies dot. So when you think about what's changed over the last year so since we last talked There's been a bunch of changes growth in positive developments with foundry and also. There's been absolute chaos in the mining industry in general. Maybe let's start with kind of the market itself in how you evaluate what's transpired last twelve months or so. And then how has that allowed. You guys to navigate this kind of where are you both from a size standpoint and then also Kind of what. You are doing a service standpoint whereas most of your attention or energy right now you know. The mining space moves incredibly fast. It's like every thirty days sixty days. It's it's changing it's evolving and which makes it super exciting i would. I would say that you know about four years ago. I pivoted my whole career to go into the mining space. I don't think i could ever go back to the traditional world. It just moves way too
Visa Buys a Punk as Bitcoin Returns to $50K
"As i discussed on saturdays weekly recap. Bitcoin had just made a nice little punch-up heading into the weekend last night on sunday. Bitcoin lifted its head above fifty thousand where it remained until about an hour ago at the time of this recording. Some have called this last month. The short squeeze rally referring to the fact that it was started as bitcoin held above thirty thousand dollars in the face of numerous short positions that forced those shortsellers to buy more at higher prices to keep their positions open to being a boom short-squeeze. Whatever the cause over the last thirty days. Bitcoin is up around forty six percent and bitcoins peak in the last twenty four hours around fifty thousand two hundred three month high. Bitcoin is now recorded gains for five consecutive weeks. Which is its longest winning streak in september of last year. Matthew did the co founder and coo at stack funds said that this rally unlike some of our previous frenetic moves up hasn't been driven by derivatives bets but instead by spot buying quote looking at funding in the options market. This rally still appears to be spot driven. Our expectation is that this break of psychological resistance will likely result in a rotation back to bitcoin in the coming weeks with the next target of sixty thousand dollars. This idea of a lot of spot buying driving things seems to be affirmed by data from into the block which shows that institutions in. Wales appear to have been accumulating alongside price growth. They tweeted institutions in wales. Getting increasingly bullish on bitcoin as prices have climbed over the past few weeks the volume addresses with at least one thousand. Bitcoin are showing a positive correlation with bitcoins. Price of point seven five in q. Three
4 of Florida's 5 Largest School Districts to Require Masks
"Four of the five largest school districts in Florida or defying an executive order by governor Ron DeSantis barring them from imposing strict masc mandates in schools one of those school districts in Hillsborough County which decided to go with the thirty day mask mandate the school superintendent there is Addison Davis no one wants to wear a mask for those who yes bar not too but sometimes we've got to do something that's great for the community's Davis on WFTS TV along with school board chair Lynn gray we're just asking for a thirty day tech to measure this is not the least we can do for children it's not if it saves one life schools in both Hillsborough and Palm Beach counties began a week ago and already thousands of children have been sent home either because they have the virus or have been exposed to it I Shelley handler
Hear Joe Biden Reject the Prospect of a Taliban Takeover Just 38 Days Ago
"A montage of joe biden on july the eighth now keep in mind. That's thirty days ago. Thirty eight days ago. Here was joe biden and what he said about what he believed was going to happen in afghanistan as he had no plan in place to prevent the taliban from taking over again. This is july eighth twenty twenty one not july twenty twenty not twenty nineteen. This is thirty eight days ago tally. Bon takeover of afghanistan now inevitable known is non because you the afghan troops have three hundred thousand well equipped as well as script as any army in the world and an air force against something like seventy five thousand taller. Mont is not an at thank you very much. Your intelligence community has assessed that the afghan government will likely collapse moves nor is it. Can you please clarify what they've told you about whether that will happen or not. Not true in united states did not respect conclusion. So what is the level of confidence that they have that it will not collapse. Afghan government has to come together. They clearly have the capacity to sustain the government in place. And do you see any parallels between this withdraw and what happened in vietnam. Some people feeling zero which you had is yet entire brigades break through the gates of our embassy. Six amount mistaken. The taliban is not the sow the north vietnamese army. they're not not remotely comparable in terms of capability. There's going to be no circumstances to see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy. The of the united states from afghanistan. It is not at all comfortable so the question now is where do they go from here. That the jury is still out the likelihood there's going to be taliban overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely. Oh really highly unlikely. I'm embarrassed and i'm ashamed. I'm embarrassed and ashamed. And he ought to be too
Texas Supreme Court Allows for Arrest of Democrats Who Don't Show up to Legislature
"Now. We have ken paxton. Paxton let's get right to it. Texas democrats have done only democrats can do. Which would make themselves seem more and more ludicrous which be which is to be the gang. That could never should straight. Tell us about what happened breaking down for the listeners. What happened with a stunt of the texas democrats. Were running away from texas to dc getting infected with kobe. Coming up apparently coming back and now facing possible arrest what is going on. And what are you doing about it. Yes this started during the regular session. They were supposed to vote on election. Integrity bill which is a pretty reasonable bill. It has some minor restrictions also opens up voting for for longer periods of time and the democrats. Walk that and so the governor Not the stop Called a special session for thirty days. It's long she can call it. They disappeared for that entire special session day. The democrat house about fifty members of the house took off for washington. D some took off for europe a few. I think i heard were in the bahamas. But either way they ended up. Having the whole first special session wasted other members of legislative. Those who wanted to did they go. As regular americans would they fight commercial. They wear masks as the as democrats. Try to force americans to do or did they do a little something different. No private planes. I think at least a case of miller lite. I saw the plane. He did not wear masks. You know. I don't certainly up to them. And they they all many contracted cova together so it was quite an experience for those guys. Head to dc. I think leave it to texas democrats at democrats in general completely embarrass
'The Socialists Are Coming! The Socialists Are Coming!'
"Night i was talking with the former national figure a senior advisor to president trump a longtime fixture in republican party circles. Who for twenty years is wage. The good fighting afghanistan and as the american dream for that country dies. And there's no other way to put it. I'm gonna talk with representative. Lose cheney about it later today. On top of the collapse of the commitment to free enterprise represented by the democratic party. Full embrace of socialism and the passage of a full on socialist budget by bernie sanders in the senate after already four trillion dollars of spending over two years. It will mean eight trillion dollars a printed money. After all of that i was i was feeling pretty low last night. Saying my gosh. What have we done for twenty years. What what have we been fighting for forty years if we're just going to be a socialist backwaters country. That can't can't keep our commitments to fight for. We pull it. Because i began my wife with the fall of southern vietnam helicopters on the on the embassy in saigon. I went to college. I was a sophomore in college when that happened. Nineteen seventy five and here. We are kaba will look that way within thirty days. They're saying ninety days now. I'm not giving them ninety days unless the taliban decide well we don't need it we'll take it next next fighting season let's let's just go live in kandahar and konduz for the rest of the year and we'll get cobble next year then it might not fall but otherwise we're gone we're just getting our people out and god bless our marines for doing that but then i thought fight my man said sir andrew barton i am hurt but i am not slain. All lay me down. Bleed awhile and rise and fight again. It's my motto. Wiped out two thousand and eight. You get wiped out in two thousand and six you got wiped out at the polls in in two thousand. Eighteen is just realize the nineteen ninety-four out there somewhere. There's a nineteen eighty out there somewhere. Indeed i think we're going to wipe out. The democrats goes country does not wanna be socialist country and the democrats are socialist.
Taliban complete northeast Afghan blitz as more cities fall
"Afghan government forces continue to lose key cities bases arms and equipment to the Taliban three more Afghan provincial capitals have fallen along with an army corps base weapons and equipment to the Taliban which now controls some two thirds of the country Pentagon spokesman John Kirby isn't saying if the U. S. has stepped up evacuations of Afghans were focused on the security situation that we face now which again we've acknowledged is deteriorating we are certainly mindful of the advances that the Taliban have made a US defense official says the capital Kabul could come under pressure within thirty days and if things don't change the Taliban could gain full control of the country within a few months I'm Tom acquire
Texas Democrats Continue Holdout, Don’t Show for New Session
"Texas Democrats still refused to return to the state capitol Saturday as governor Greg Abbott began out third attempt at passing new election laws Republican house speaker Dade Phelan opened the session a quorum is not present and then quickly closed the session after representative Morgan Myers motion I move that the house adjourned until four PM Monday members are the motion gestures on some of the standoff ramped up in July when some democratic state lawmakers fled to Washington DC Abbott a Republican threatened Democrats with the rest in an effort to compel them back but state troopers have no jurisdiction beyond Texas however democratic leaders have not committed to sitting out the entire thirty day session leaving open the possibility that enough could return at some point to end the stalemate Texas would ban twenty four hour polling locations drive through boating and give partisan poll watchers more access under the bill that Republicans were on the brink of passing in may I'm Julie Walker
No Relay: Banned Sprinter Richardson Left Off Olympic Team
"American sprinter Shikari Richardson who was banned from the women's one hundred meter race at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for marijuana is not on the U. S. Olympic roster released Tuesday by USA track and field the omission means Richardson will not run as part of the U. S. four by one hundred relating Richardson tested positive for marijuana after winning the one hundred meters at the U. S. Olympic trials in Eugene Oregon last month she accepted a thirty day suspension the suspension will end before the start of the Olympic relays August fifth which open to the possibility she could run in that event in a statement USA track and field said it fully agrees that international rules regarding marijuana should be re evaluated hi Mike Rossio
US House Votes to Ease Entry Process for Afghan Interpreters
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the U. S. house of representatives voted to ease the entry process for Afghan interpreters the house of representatives has passed legislation to make it easier for Afghans who worked for the American military or NATO to relocate to the United States the legislation drew bipartisan support and passed three sixty six forty six as part of a combination of seven bills it now goes to the Senate under the bill former interpreters drivers and others who supported the U. S. military or NATO will no longer be required to get a medical examination in Afghanistan as part of the process to secure a special immigrant visa instead upon arrival in the U. S. they will have thirty days to get the exam U. S. and NATO troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan the last of Germany's troops withdrew on Tuesday Mike Crossey out Washington
YouTube TV Adds 4K Package
"You to has announced a new four k. Plus add on which lets you. Stream live tv and four k but it comes at an additional price of nine hundred ninety nine per month. You can also download videos from your library. Let me give you a little bit of background for folks might not know about you to tear forgot about it Inalco sixty four ninety five monthly for more than eighty five channels of tv including local channels plus channels. Like cnn disney. Espn fox news. Channel msnbc tnt in usa subscribers also get an unlimited dvr to record content to a cloud library view and they want so this new four k. Plus add on will let them download videos. Also also currently youtube tv subscribers have three concurrent streams but the new four k. plus tier gives you unlimited streep's so if you were to add this on that brings the monthly price of youtube tv about eighty five dollars a month right which doesn't sound very cheap Research shows that a majority of homes of pay tv usually pay eighty dollars or more. So you're kinda hitting that neighborhood and counting. The cost of stuff like netflix. disney plus. That's true i mean we've been seeing a streaming services. Prices continued to rise. No there's always that constant battle of pay tv versus streaming You know one thing about streaming is you don't have to be on a contract you don't usually have to pay for equipment so you know these are things. People just have to balance out the good news about the youtube. Tv new stuff is that current customers can try out for k plus free for thirty days and if you sign up soon not only do you get that free month. You also get the all these new features at the price at nine ninety nine for one year before it bumps up to the regular nineteen ninety nine
"thirty days" Discussed on WTVN
"The U. S. for thirty days spokesman for United told CNN that at this point all airlines can say is that they will comply with the administration's announcement president trump also crossing off some engagements on his calendar the White House announced trump's canceled events in Nevada and Colorado out of an abundance of caution from the corona virus trump's plans included a stop in Denver Friday in a speech at the Republican Jewish coalition conference in Las Vegas Saturday announcement comes after trump address the nation on the old us here in Ohio there may be a fifth case of corona virus but that is yet to be confirmed by the Ohio department of health mercy health Saint Joseph hospital in Warren's reporting a patient tested positive for the virus but again that's not been confirmed by the state the fourth case confirmed as in a fifty three year old man and start counting and that was contracted via community spread with regard to sports Ohio state's cancel the spring football game unlimited access to spring athletic events to family and essential staff the NC double a tournament games in Cleveland and date next week will be without spectators the blue jackets games in nationwide arena will be off limits to fans beginning with tonight's game against Pittsburgh Asian Americans of one LA suburb or worried about attacks over the corona virus outbreak in many of them are buying guns to protect themselves and their families the daughter of a gun shop in the San Gabriel Valley east of LA says he's been extremely busy in recent weeks so he said ten times as many customers as usual some days here is home to a high concentration of Asian Americans some say they're afraid they be targeted if there's a local I. break at the infection that began in central China late last year I'm Scott Jennings next reported eight for breaking news and weather alerts instilling follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news happens what this breaking news severe weather and traffic information Columbus's newsradio six ten WTVN early to.
"thirty days" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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"thirty days" Discussed on KGO 810
"Next thirty days I mean that's just it that's astounding and you'd think that just a guy who so publicity sensitive would be really sensitive to that yeah that publicity will be way outside for the number of people it affects it's really it's a bad look I wouldn't think that the president would be behind that not because he has any kind of sort of moral underpinning particularly yeah but because he just doesn't like bad pub and this is a lot of bad pop it's a double heaping helping of it in in you can tell what kind of political football it's become because one agency is saying no no it's just no longer our duty to oversee the medical deferred action program and they give it to another agency in the nat agency says no no no that's not true well by dragging your feet I mean once the edict has gone down you know you're essentially allowing it to pass yeah we'll see I mean you're allowing the policy to remain in place right I mean those families are already going through a lot you know and now they have to worry about whether they're going to be deported we should follow up on that love to follow up on that tomorrow even you know maybe talk to somebody who's closer to that issue it because as I say I think it well it may not affect a lot of people I think it's a it's a bad look for this administration already can find a lot of bad looks I don't know that even place to the base particularly you know I understand some of these things play to the to the base of the really designed for the base this doesn't feel as though it's really gonna resonate with the base particularly I don't know Hey let's change gears completely divorcing divvy tickets next so will do it this is to take us to the dubious September twelfth we'll take the eight caller you have to identify do be song or is it some question about the ducks were something there you'll have to you'll have to answer some questions to a participate but anyway.
"thirty days" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"thirty days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lost thirty days so that's probably more than let's say a guy with a guy going from a thirty eight to thirty two yes no that's about equivalent about equivalent but for a female you know I mean you're almost like you know shopping in the teenage section if you're down five sizes and I don't think she started I've really really tremendously high number so I can safely say that we had another really great story we had a breast cancer survivor who I'm did our program and we have a we we actually see quite a bit of patience after you know after having cancer and survived the chemo and the radiation because those things are so right there so so toxic and they really really yeah what's the word they they put so much garbage into your body while trying to get you healthy they got a kill right they have to kill the cancer but in them in the meantime there also killing a lot of other things in your body thank you survivor great so what's great is that she had her blood work done a couple of months after doing our program in both of her on colleges couldn't believe how amazing her blood work results were and these are you know these are guys from Sloan Kettering it's not like you know some well it's a bit see hospital and they were really really pleased and I were asking are you know what the program was and she told them all about NJ die and they were really just please with her results and I think that's really awesome and I'm really proud of her and you know I think again this is a couple of months after she did the program so all the things have kind of settled in her bodies you know her hormones have been regulated so I think this is really important I love impatience going get blood work after they're done with our program and then repeated again a couple months later right and then result actually just keep improving really wonderful well that's what the whole thing's about right it's about we're able to use their saliva the buyer Jerry testing that we use the the blood work assessment that we use the DNA assessment that we use and give people tools can not only how to help them how to personalize the supplements and personalize everything for them for the forty days the program to get the amazing results but then use all that information going forward so you know the you know with the DNA results that show ideal things like things like ideal diet type things like how to exercise you know you know so you're not spinning your wheels at the gym so tells you which exercise more beneficial.
"thirty days" Discussed on The New How Podcast
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"thirty days" Discussed on The New How Podcast
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"thirty days" Discussed on The New How Podcast
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"thirty days" Discussed on The New How Podcast
"We have shea duran from culture matters welcome j a pleasure is all yours shit shit that so jay who the hell are you tell the people who jade arana's and tell me why culture matters i appreciate that question i would say the a the culture man has what they call me an instagram culture matters because think of it like an invisible ecosystem of shared belief created by influencer and maintain buddy alignment of influenced meaning there's a lineman or a trust and invisible lasso that holds together a relationship like a spouse or a relationship between a parent and a child or the relationship between a partner and their business partner of the relationship of the congregation of people that get together to prey upon some form of belief system or an under leader a relationship between the community individuals senators continual relationship and ship and relationships relationships all held together by belief systems so culture matters because culture is basically people and people are ideas and what they believe and yes yes it's everything shoot at every level all the trash so you gotta walk into how now you're the master of this 'cause you're right you have a t shirt on and whether you've seen a thing it's literally says culture matters with the world next i love you guys tell me how you got to this point of jay duran being the guy that is the expert of culture around businesses in in just under seven people in general that's it okay so that's a good leader i'm wearing the culture matters has culture matter shirt now if you go to personal facebook right now are linked in or youtuber instagram and you look at what i'm wearing right symbols uniform that represent meaning they represent some form of truth it's not it's not a sure it's asu so why am i wearing the shirt and his hat now now you just gave him working out the reason the reason i'm wearing is because i was doing a talk at real estate company about how important symbolism is symbolism meaning for example uniform architecture what meaning is a quick all major whomever sees that symbol so why am i naturally because there's studied my entire life myself in the last five years psychology and sociology and philosophy and history of biology and all these scientists attempt articulate why people do the things they do to attempt to create some meaning in this world so there is a business that i had started with a credit card with a mentor and we start to adjust at this this idea that with his not and i can't take credit for that idea that was his idea i wasn't him anti i was the one that was following his vision i was the one that trusted in him i was the one that would just learning and absorbing everything that he had the offer from the utility the confidence the confidence that he admitted this bunch and through that i followed him i moved into a car basically i moved into a business i did all these things and when we articulated the language in the symbolism using the story through the medium of archie meetings all around please do to stay work harder for less they did more 'cause they believe in a clause in all of this happened in front of me and i didn't know why yeah and it changed my entire life because like a big wake up call i am actually not a leader i'm ashley a liar and a hypocrite i gotta get myself together and i gotta figure out what is behind me architectural belief still go almost five years ago five years ago i said i'm going to study everything possible used the world as a giant experiment and years later culture matters is an idea and the purpose of bell uncover the genius the belief is we really only rewrite speak every single day is about the power of themselves off the love themselves and others the golden may curiosity cool the mission is the rewrite speaking inspire other people do the same and division is a living in a world where every man woman child takes responsibility rewriting speak everyday all of that is just some of the language through the stories with the symbolism like this happened the shirt and so on and so forth to get the result of it says i mean if you go and go road because of satisfaction a culture matt's yeah so so so i guess my question now for you obviously i get i get it but like what's what's driving you now to wanna create you know culture furby like how people critically what drives you wanna do this why is there something added what what's what's kind of behind this whole for okay so sort of the start of the forefront of a a similar to what it seems of what drives you disrupt the real estate industry the entire world seems to be decentralizing for material cereal standpoint henry centralizing to be ability fern individuals have a voice that the truth so i see platform everyone could do it now everywhere on the planet cast doing it right yeah exactly were not paper radio were were doing this on pockets and this is an women this tool for example we can take personal responsibility do share our story to share some form of useful spot and we meaning behind it so that others may be better it is bernie intoxicating to be useful for other people you may have low you're on that show now when it goes back to business believe it or not when you're people at a at a company has something to believe in animal learn how to better people in better after competencies their job their skills the company makes more money says the company has less turnover example the container store where they were before the republican two thousand fourteen they had a thousand percent let's turn over near average retailer ninety percent of their customers were previous in a ninety percent employs a previous customers end they made the employees fifty percent more than average retailer why in the book at the founder of the company row a on containable he says it's because of the seven foundation principles that they transcribed aligned with the one hour canada hunter in sixty hours that they train their employees every year through the valleys the company they call in biology the purest sticks like a monster how they set him story word that means something like tony right and brian viewer not your name your reputation should you are you're next decision in our reacts and then like you know trickles to the world and our world first easy so anyway businesses that get clear on what they stand for using language and symbolism through the meeting of the training and so on so forth there medium that she meetings and the growth they develop leaders and what's a leader a leader is a parent a leader as a friend a leader is a strong spouse a leader is a human skin the big why because the world is changing quickly go.
"thirty days" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To thirty days. So that's probably more than let's say a guy. Let's say guy going from thirty eight to thirty two yes. That's a figure equivalent. About equivalent, but for female, you know, I mean you're almost like shopping in the teenage section. If you're down five sizes, I don't think she started a really, really tremendously high numbers safely say that we had another really great story. We had a breast cancer survivor who did our program, and we have we, we actually see quite a bit of patient after. After having cancer and survived the chemo and the radiation because they're so right there, so so toxic. And they really, really. What's the word? They put so much garbage into your body while trying to get you healthy. Kill right? They have to kill the cancer. But in, in the meantime, they're also killing a lot of other things in your body, make you survive. Right. So what's great is that she had her blood work done a couple of months after doing our program. And both of her oncologists couldn't believe how amazing her blood work results were. Well, and these are, you know, these guys from Sloan Kettering, it's not like you know, some itsy-bitsy hospital and they were really, really pleased. And we're asking her, you know what the program was. And she told them all about nj diet. And they were really just pleased with her results. And I think that's really awesome. And I'm really proud of her. And, you know, I think, again, this is a couple of months after she did the program. So all the things have kinda settled in her body's hormones have been regulated. So I think this is really important. I love him when patients going. Bloodwork. Grafter. Done with our program, and then repeat it again, a couple of months later, right and results actually just keep improving which is really wonderful. Well, that's what the whole thing's about right? It's about we're able to use the hair saliva by energetic testing that we use the, the blood work assessment that we use DNA assessment that we use, and give people tools, not only how to help.
"thirty days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Jack Rian car, right? Jack Reed them in weep these snowfall in the winter of twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen was the highest of any winter snowfall in greater Boston history. But here's the real kicker, Jack as I indicated to you. The record snowfall, thirty days between January twenty fourth and February twenty-second two thousand fifteen say thirty day snowfall record was ninety four point four inches. The previous record was from January ninth to February seventh nineteen seventy eight okay? That was fifty eight inches. So it came it was like eighty percent bigger than the snowfall that encompass the blizzard of seventy eight so for those of you who doubted my word on that one think back that was the toughest six weeks in in Boston snowfall history. I just think it's just no other way to describe it. And we got hung up on that in that winter. The city picked up a hundred and ten point six inches of snow breaking the previous record of a hundred and seven point six inches, and the third record was ninety six point three inches. So we were more than a foot over the th the Third Reich. I mean it just is it isn't even close Jack it isn't even close. So, you know, Jack, I think would like to have you walk the plank again. Because frankly, frankly, you deserve it. I thank God Jack is not ice back to the phones we go. We're talking about the US flag. The American flag being flown outside of embassies and so far, there's no one, no one who has called come forward and said, yes, the gay pride of the gay pride flag should be few before. Now, again I am in favor of gay pride. We had one of the fellows, who's in charge of the so-called straight Pride Day parade. I made it pretty clear on Friday night, where I stood on that, that I think it was unnecessary. But on this one, I am with Nancy the American flag first and foremost, I would make some exceptions for the POW flag at certain times. And also, perhaps the flag of one of the military branches. Army, navy marines air force coast guard like on their birthday or something. But anyway, let's go to. Yeah, let's go to Jim. Hey, Jim, welcome next on nightside. How are you?.
"thirty days" Discussed on The Accidental Creative
"Try it free for thirty days with no. No catch and no credit card required. All you have to do is go to fresh books dot com slash accidental. And interacts dental creative in the how did you hear about this section? That's fresh books dot com slash accidental in interactional creative. And how did you hear about the section to get started think? Fresh books for sponsoring this episode of the accidental creative podcast. All right. I'm gonna read to you a little bit from my book die empty. This is from a chapter called live empty. There's a tense scene in the movie Apollo thirteen that's based on the actual events of the near disastrous Apollo thirteen mission in which three astronauts were stranded, hopelessly in space trying to make it back to earth after a failed lunar landing, and they only have a few minutes to fire the rockets on their space capsule, to realign its course with the needed re entry trajectory so so really ten seen if they're even marginally off in their efforts, they will burn up in the earth's atmosphere or they'll bounce right off of it into space forever, because they had insufficient power to activate their guidance system. Their only means of checking the accuracy of their efforts was to keep the earth visible in a tiny window in the side. Of the craft and in the movie version, Allen, how things went down and real life. But in the movie version of the events, all is almost loss when the earth slips momentarily out of sight out of the window, only suddenly reappear at the last moment, proving that they're realignment with successful, navigation toward our objectives toward our long. Arc objectives is very much like firing are navigational rockets trying to stay in alignment, while keeping the earth visible through a tiny window? It takes intentional effort and constant redirection without regular checkpoints. It's easy to drift, off course that we may be slightly, off course much of the time, of course. But if we're intentional, we will eventually get to our destination. So if we're slightly off course for a little bit. It's okay as long as we're realigning consistently. So there is a five step daily checkpoint that I pretty routinely share here on the podcast. And then we have a lot of new listeners. I wanna share it with you again. It's an it's really designed to help you scan your life for potential action points in the. Position yourself to do work that you'll be proud of later. So while the approach, we're going to describe as introduced in a work context, any and all of these questions can benefit you in any aspect of.
"thirty days" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"A little bit on my back for thirty days is scary to know how insignificant, you are in the world. So you still producing the movie and I haven't been there for months. I mean nothing you know what I mean? You really it's gonna go on. Time. Hey, we'll take it from you. Humility, it's really. It's really scary. Yeah. You just it's gonna go on. You don't have any thoughts mortality, especially with the your IRA ration- that tally prostate cancer. You know, I'm I'm pushing the guy I am sorta grateful for every day 'cause I know what can happen. You know what I mean? I see. Once you and your doctor for a while. I was more I did. I did all different things I did a hospital practice tonight, so you practice. And then all the stuff in the psychiatric hospital. So 'cause somebody told me doctor, you should tell -mergency room stories at such and such. I know that about that. Yeah. Yeah. I'm scared about instruments being left in people's bodies. Have it as often as we know documentary battling all the time. No, it's so rare, that'd be okay. That'd be to happen heads and stuff like cotton. But like that does happen. I can what's the use. You've seen everything what's the what's the most frightening thing you seen in a in a hospital operation wiser. I can't come up with one thing that's. Have you seen a baby with like heart surgery or? Yeah. Children die. I can't I can't do it. So to me that stuff is impossible. And I've seen it for better that. So I've seen I've been to a funeral. The baby casket even deal yet s- kid triple role. Yeah. To me. It's I can't it's too tough for me, your kids when your kid's in pain, I'm just kills me. It's the worst thing in the world. So what else do people know about you, wrapping up? You know what? Just just. No, I'm fine. Just you know what I'm getting my shit together with my anger, which the focus of my life was getting better. I really am. And we don't see each other a lot. But, but I am I am because I know the points have that I've got to keep my thermostat down. I know I'm listening to coping to more than it used to always say. People people live around me, they'll get me. But no, the older you get. You know, you're not as good looking United sharp. You don't see as well. He can't be as Boise, you need help you. Don't you read this? Can you do this p fixed the TV rot? They'll get you need people. You know, the people. So you gotta be you gotta let them in and I'm good. Damn great that. But I don't want my kids to be scared of a father. I was never I was scared of my father's angle. He never hit us ever, but we knew he was in a bad mood. And we've dealt with it, my kids don't like it either way. So that's, but then that just my show might my podcast is what I do every day. I enjoy it. It's a good thing to do. To just I can speak about anything. You know, speaking to people, even though they're not in the room is a great thing, because the, the feedback you get from hundreds of people. They know about my situation, my house. So I like to tell stories. I didn't tell from months, I let something slip out that I'm not at home and this and then I just I felt like I had to because I don't hold back on reporting and they all responded. I've been there done this, you know, you're gonna be okay. You know, we live in a time this I think this is what people are searching for. And some of these. What you call gossip or track tragic stories is they, they want more authentic. They went to understand what really happened. What's really going on? They wanna see. What's real? Yeah. So you being real, I'm sure how you have to be you have to be. That's why. That's the thing. I didn't like about Wendy Williams when she was going through nothing. I believed in, I didn't believe any of it. The fainting from craves..
"thirty days" Discussed on WJR 760
"Detroit. Government shutdown winter storm. I'm Anne Cates. Vice President Mike Pence says he is disappointed that the Democrats have rejected a border security proposal from the Trump administration. House majority whip James Clyburn tells Fox News Sunday that the president needs to end the federal government shutdown. I can't see us keeping federal employees eight hundred thousand people out of work while we go back and forth on the ghost. Jason's these take three or four weeks. We ought to open the government they can pass a continuing resolution for thirty days. Get the government open get people back to work, then the sit around the table and see where the common ground is hundreds of flights have been cancelled or delayed again today as the midwest and northeast dig out from up to twenty inches of snow. Correspondent Bill Michaels reports. The bad weather has Retallack on travel scary moments for passengers and crew on board. A United Airlines flight in Chicago the flight had just landed at O'Hare international. When it skidded off the runway. No one was injured in the incident in southeastern Missouri. A fifteen vehicle crash blocked a section of interstate fifty five and the driver of snowplow in Kansas was killed when his plough rolled over him. The winter storm has left more than eighteen thousand customers in Connecticut without power, America's biggest companies are getting more diverse at the top overall corporate boards are still overwhelmingly white and male women held twenty two percent of fortune five hundred seats last year, but women and minorities were added at a faster pace over the past couple of years. A study by the alliance for board diversity and the consulting firm. Deloitte, says African American and Asian women made the fastest gains and the fastest changes came at fortune one hundred boards where minority men made almost as much progress in the past two years as they did in the twelve years before. I'm Jan Johnson. I'm Ann Cates..
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"Government shutdown winter storm. I'm Anne Cates. Vice President Mike Pence says he is disappointed that the Democrats have rejected a border security proposal from the Trump administration. House majority whip James Clyburn tells Fox News Sunday that the president needs to end the federal government shutdown. I I can't see us keeping federal employees eight hundred thousand people out of work while we go back and forth on the go stations these negotiations take three or four weeks. We ought to open the government they can pass a continuing resolution for thirty days. Get the government open yet people back to work, then the sit around the table and see where the common ground is hundreds of flights have been cancelled or delayed again today as the midwest and northeast dig out from up to twenty inches of snow. Correspondent Bill Michaels reports the bad weather has wreaked havoc on travel scary moments for passengers and crew on board. A United Airlines flight in Chicago the flight had just landed at O'Hare international. When it skidded off the runway. No one was injured in the incident in southeastern Missouri. A fifteen vehicle crash blocked a section of interstate fifty five and the driver of a snowplow in Kansas was killed what his plough rolled over him. The winter storm has left more than eighteen thousand customers in Connecticut without power, America's biggest companies are getting more diverse at the top overall corporate boards are still overwhelmingly white and male women held twenty two percent of fortune five hundred seats last year, but women and minorities were added at a faster pace over the past couple of years. A study by the alliance for board. Diversity, and it consulting firm. Deloitte, says African American and Asian women made the fastest gains and the fastest changes came at fortune one hundred boards where minority men made almost as much progress in the past two years as they did in the twelve years before. I'm Jan.
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"NBC News Radio. I'm mutual democratic house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is saying no to President Trump's proposal to end the partial government shutdown. She said the shutdown must end before series negotiations over the border security can begin shutdown involving one quarter of the federal government closing in on thirty days. Trump offer three years of protection for undocumented dreamers in return for funding for border barrier. Any of the people who've been supporting President Trump in pursuit of the border wall are blasting hamburgers speech, the president of the right wing watch. Denounced proposal saying encourage more illegal immigration rescue teams in Spain hoping to rescue year old boys who fell into almost a week ago. Leanne Rowe CEO fell into the whole near the coastal city of Malika king. Rescuers having detected any signs of life. Working. Member NBC News Radio. And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen o nine Edgar Allan Poe is born in Boston Massachusetts, best known for his poem, the raven and the horror story, the tell tale heart ho also wrote mysteries like the murders in the room more and the purloined letter that earned him reputation as the father of the modern detective story this weekend nine thousand nine thousand nine hundred eighteen th amendment to the US constitution prohibiting the manufacturing sale or transportation of intoxicating. Liquors for beverage purposes is ratified and becomes the law of the land nine months later. Congress passed the volts dead act, which provided the enforcement of prohibition the volts said act failed to prevent the large-scale distribution of alcoholic beverages and organized. Crime flourished in.
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