35 Burst results for "Thirty Minutes"

Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng says she is safe

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Olympic officials: Chinese tennis star Peng says she is safe

"Chinese tennis clapping sway has spoken to international Olympic committee officials telling them she's safe and well I S. C. officials confirmed that the Chinese tennis player took part in a thirty minute video call with them from Beijing the call came amid growing global alarm of the pangs disappearance from the public Kanye the tennis star went missing shortly after accusing the top senior Communist Party official of sexual assault social media posting photos of her and her parents had to use tennis tournaments but not enough to quell concerns from people outside of China when her well being I'm Karen Thomas

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Veterans Caution Young Recruits Against Enlisting in the U.S. Military

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Veterans Caution Young Recruits Against Enlisting in the U.S. Military

"Was at an event last week. In oklahoma studied talking to an amazing political candidate who former green beret senior. Nco we started talking about bragging. The green berets. And i literally just received a text about thirty minutes before this reception from a very good friend at brag and and i think it went according to you and i want you to comment on what this means for america. So this is the person i've been working with for long long time and i'm not gonna give you the all. The context context the last line of this text. Is this good talking about fort bragg. Home of the green berets our political situation. Right now sucks at fort bragg cut at fort bragg what does this mean for the security of the country well i think china's going around A high fiving one another. I think putin's gotta be laughing. Iranians have to be positively giddy over this. The fact is we've taken action over the last twenty years and accelerate in the last few years that have detail caused our combat. Rain is to deteriorate rows in the garbage dump We are getting rid of good soldiers. Because they don't want to take a vaccine they don't necessarily need we are Demoralizing are people Among the veterans community there are a lot of us. And and you know this as well as anybody dr gorka. The military american military today is largely a legacy organization. You know there are very few folks coming in. You don't have a father or mother or uncle or grandfather who who served. And that's that's why these guys doing or or one of the things that leads to do it and a lot of these veterans are telling people. Don't enlists right now. Don't become part of

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A highlight from Episode 212; The skinny on Research

The Old Man's Podcast

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

A highlight from Episode 212; The skinny on Research

"We're to talk about research. This is going to be a regular leith about thirty minute podcast episode. But it's going to be a singular topic. I want to give this topic enough. Do and i don't want to have to hurry. So research on most overused and often misunderstood term. Don't take some time to slog through this but don't worry we're gonna play trivia as well so on this episode of the old man's podcast. I'm gonna talk about research and we're gonna play some trivia. That is fun then. I don't know what fun. Thanks for being here with me. Let's get it going

What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:59 min | 3 months ago

What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

"I did some research looking into what really makes a rookie of the year and really three things really came stood out to me. One is opportunity right. You have to actually have minutes significant minutes in a significant role on your team. And if you look over the last couple of years for the rookie of the year race you're going to see that at twenty seven minutes a game seems to be the the threshold that we're looking at for players right now. Two thousand nineteen. It was twenty seven. Point eight doesn't eighteen was thirty minutes a game. And so the first thing that we're we're scouring is is this player going to get significant like starter minutes and a great role on their teams very difficult to crack rookie of the year. No matter how talented you are without those minutes the second key metric is really points per game so in two thousand eighteen. The top three scored. I think sixteen point three points per game two dozen nineteen top three vote-getters for rookie of the year had fifteen point. Three points a game. Twenty twenty was only thirteen points. A game But that was in part because thirty points a game was the third highest gray mark for any rookie about season. And so if you look at the past eight years the winner is was in the top three and usually the top two and scorn for rookies of the year. So not only. Is it going to be minutes but the opportunity to actually score the basketball and does the player have the ability to be a big time scored sort of the next thing that we're gonna look at at it also found that If you go back and sort of look at some of the work that kevin pelton is done at espn Fr- almost every season. The combined averages of points rebounds assists per game when you add those averages together. That's the player that's going to win the ward and then finally You know look when you're looking at rookie of the year. You're not actually talking about the player. That's gonna be the best player in five years if you go back and look at past winters. That's often just not the case. It's it's the player that's can have the most opportunity. I'm to really hit those metrics of scoring Minutes per game and then the sort of combined stats together. That's going to win work the year. And so that's going to change to me. The draft order a little bit about who we're going to handicap again for rookie of the

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Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less

"UPS wants to hire a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday shipping season not only is UPS hiring but they plan to grab up those jobseekers quickly the package delivery company says it plans to hire more than a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday season many of whom will get job offers within thirty minutes of applying UPS needs to snap up workers as fast as possible because of a tight job market competition for hourly workers is fierce and many companies are offering higher pay sign on bonuses and even lower requirements such as hiring those without a high school diploma this speedy hiring applies to its most common jobs for seasonal workers like package handlers and driver helpers who take a package from a truck and delivered to the doorstep but don't drive the vehicle I Shelley Adler

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The Benefits of Walking and Acupuncture

Acupuncture is my Life

02:22 min | 4 months ago

The Benefits of Walking and Acupuncture

"I still get emails asking. Why in many of my podcasts. I recommend this exercise. It doesn't appear as if it does much you know what's the big deal There were other exercises. That are better in this particular exercise. And i even get this from some of my patient is and this. Exercise is walking walking. It's basically a low impact simple natural accessible exercise that has many benefits attached to it. And for starters. Walking is very easy on the bond. I mean you can just get up from your chair and just do a brisk fifteen minute walk and it said it doesn't require any equipment doesn't require that you change your clothes. It doesn't require much of anything other than energy me to myself. The simplest form of exercise out there. Okay i mean globally slightly less than but around twenty five percent of actress of adults don't exercise on a regular basis whereas just one hundred and fifty minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise a week plus regular wellness. Visit with you acupunctures. Where do you go wrong. And now if you really want to look at it right almost one hundred and fifty minutes. That's a lot okay. It's spread out over week. It spread out over five days. It's pretty much a half hour each day for five days and sometimes it can just be thirty minutes of walking. You know you have to go somewhere. And it's thirty minutes away or fifteen minutes away and in fifteen minutes back these year. Thirty minutes for the day

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 4 months ago

What Is Western Civilization and Is It Better Than Other Civilization Projects?

"Us through first of all what is western civilization. Thank you charlie. Thanks turning point for having me ny. I'd be remiss if i didn't also thanked charlie to being a newsweek columnist. So thank you for that and yeah great to be here. You know got dinner last night. We were joking about how we can possibly talk about how to save the west thirty minutes. So let's kind of dive writer and get right to the point here. So leo strauss famously defined western civilization kind of the ever existing tension between jerusalem anathemas between the bible and between kind of greco. Roman reason if you will. I think that's a good place to start a research fellow at the edmund burke foundation. Which is your arm zones. think tank. It's a home for kind of national conservatism. And we think of the nation state. The nation state is being directly derived from the hebrew. Bible actually the tribes of israel themselves going to be the original the og nation state. If will so. I think just recovering a sense of biblical identity and the importance of the nation state. In contrast to globalism in contrast to all sorts of utopian global ideals is a good place to start so it starts with the bible truths jerusalem athens and then obviously rome as well. Which is you. Don't more my good friends territory. Of course there's a lot there and so so rob. You have an interesting perspective on this. So can you tell us what does what makes the west difference. Why is this worth preserving and dare we say is the west better than other civilization projects currently or previously. So i would define the west. An not too dissimilar from josh shared as the combination of greek philosophy roman law and judeo christian religion and What's what's special about that combination. Is this view that a man and woman are at home in the world that there is that using reason we can understand the world and because we are part of a whole that is legible whole that can be discovered using reason we can also understand what it means to be happy as a human

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How to Get Your Seed Money to Start a Business

The $100 MBA Show

01:52 min | 4 months ago

How to Get Your Seed Money to Start a Business

"Starting a business does cost money but we need to. I figure out how much it's going to cost you and your business. None of is going to require much upfront capital if you're in the services if you're a graphic designer if you are a musician in your write songs for people if you're a consultant your coach. You don't need much to start. A business probably get started for less than one hundred dollars with a website stating what your services are. Do the work. You get paid that simple. Yes in the beginning. You will be doing the work you'll be fulfilling the services but that's how you get started that's how you actually start being in business and that's going to help you make more money so that you can hire other people to do the work but let's say you are building a different type of business and ecommerce store. You have products that you need to buy i to sell to other people or need to create i. Let's say you want to start a software company where you need engineers to build your software. These is gonna cost you more than one hundred dollars a start so your first exercise is to i dream big right. What is this business. Look like have you started today. What is his business. Look like in ten years. Okay i want you to have that grand idea what this business does. And kinda revenue makes and we'll kind of approx sales kinda customers. How many customers all that kind of stuff right once you spend. Let's say thirty minutes. Jotting down some notes in brainstorming. This vision. I want you to go the other way around. What is the minimal viable version of this business. What is the simplest version the easiest version now. Some people have a hard time doing this. And if you do one exercise helps is to look at a different business and do the same exercise and then go back to your business. A for example. Look at a large business that you know.

Google Launches Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

Lew Later

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Google Launches Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

"So i heard about this. I heard about this. I don't know how to feel. I don't know what to think about it. And we have The weirdest launch sorta launch ever in the history of smartphones. They launched on twitter. We're talking about really day ago. New google pixel just because it's like a series of tweets. Here you go like. Yeah no big deal. Goule is so strange with that They always kind of stumble into these into these into launching these products. I don't know if it's intentional. That in some way it takes the heat off in some way or maybe it's their software company origin. Whether like. hey let's get it out there and see what people feel. Let's get some feedback. Come back in. Thirty minutes will launch it on twitter. Hateem pixel we have a preview to share or you know or do they just not care because he's not their entire business or maybe they're just playing with the leaks you know since they already came out. It's like mine as well just showed off but most of those companies at this scale. Don't do that. We have so much experience with apple that or even samsung take your pick to know that they it's they maintain the secrecy up until the very last moment and even in the presence of leaks and so forth they never. They never really embraced that level of transparency. I don't mind it right. I've looked at a lot of smartphones. I've seen a lotta smartphone events. I don't mind them taking a more casual approach to it. We you and i have seen Recently it was one. Plus with the nord too they. They realize that we're seeing so many typical launch events that they did something completely off the wall and maybe this is another version of it which is just like. Hey here's a phone. We've been working on it. Here's a few tweets. And here's our new chip. Yes the google tensor. Everyone's very curious because no one really knows the specifications on it

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Marketing In Multiple Channels to Create More Revenue Streams

MarTech Podcast

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Marketing In Multiple Channels to Create More Revenue Streams

"So i wanna talk to you a little bit about the future for guys like me who are kinda stuck in one channel and you seem to be able to operate multiple different marketing channels at once. We've all this stuff together john. What's the future look like. How'd you get from being a you know a solo per noor operator influence over to being the man behind the duct tape marketing engine. Well i would like to say that. I sat down one day and created this master plan but the reality is i just kept doing things and then i showed up the next day and kept doing more things and i will say that i do have a sense of being able to view things and seeing how they could work together and i think that's one rio key to if you wanna stay lean and have a small team. Things have to actually support each other. You know i started writing blog posts in two thousand and three as a way to just kind of spread the word get my message out there. I added podcasting not so much to build a platform to have a bunch of listeners. I maybe i was hoping that but ultimately added it because it supported the goal of me-meeting other influencers. It was a great way for me to reach out to folks like ben shapiro. Say you wanna be on my show and ultimately. What i wanted to do is pick your rain for thirty minutes. You mean the political podcast or this guy this guy and so it just there was a reason for it. And that's what really allowed me to stick to. When i don't know maybe ten people were listening but that wasn't the goal of doing it. You know so. Many people start things like a blog or a course or a podcast because they want those things to make money. And that's great. That's great ultimately. I hope they do in. The podcasts does Sa- by a significant revenue stream for us but it also supported building the brand at supported away for us to create content as ported away for us to build more authority and so those are the reasons that we did it so ultimately what i'm saying is everything that we've kind of added. There's been a logical reason of how it could support other revenue streams or other objectives.

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JAR Audio's CEO Roger Nairn on When Branded Podcasts Need to Pivot

Podcast Movement 2021

02:17 min | 4 months ago

JAR Audio's CEO Roger Nairn on When Branded Podcasts Need to Pivot

"So perhaps your target audience is in need of a diverse superhero tale. Maybe it's a hard nose detective story or perhaps a newsy current affairs conversation at the end of the day as a brand. It's not about you. it's about them. And you absolutely need to consider this. The entire the during the entire production and throughout the life of the podcast. I'm waiting for the client. That will let me make a fantasy horse adventure. It hasn't yet but we're hoping that it will happen again. with expedia. they created a podcast that offers useful data driven advice. Tips and tricks to the overwhelmed traveler. And so during kovin we actually pivoted the podcast. A little bit to address new needs in questions. At the time expedia was getting absolutely inundated with people Looking to change their travel plans but also looking for information on how to travel safely. Drink ovid as well as a different different carrier Scenarios make money. I was calling them. Roger to try and get my twenty year old daughter back from thailand. That's right yeah. They were getting absolutely inundated and and so we wanted to pivot the podcast to be a support for their customer service team. And so the podcast became more about how to travel the online. Travels you know how to hack the online travel space in a coded world and when we did that the the audience responded so we saw an average consumption rate of ninety three percents. So that's ninety three percents. Listen through rate for an episode which are twenty to thirty minutes long. We increased our downloads. Two hundred fifteen percent and we climbed the charts. I mean we. We appeared in in the top. Two hundred apple podcast charts replaces and travel Each month we secured the number six position. Canada number nine in the united states And it was listed amongst the top podcast featured in travel and leisure lonely planet. The washington post pod drop and all access so new cast like old seattle seasons old. And so the podcast was delivering value that the audience was looking for and as a result the brands got the the benefit from that

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Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships

Podcast Movement 2021

02:41 min | 4 months ago

Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships

"Podcast thing is in many ways still treated effectively as a broadcast medium. that's like this one directional pipe yet. that the listenership feels exceptionally I think involved with the hosts like the day. They may be feel more like a. They have the relationship even though there. It's not bidirectional all the time from communications out of. I'm kind of curious like given kind of the ways in which podcasting works like. What are those relationships. Look like with your audience like how do you have. You have that relationship with them beyond the financial. Certainly there's the financial membership side of things but like what what does a relationship look like with your audience catherine so this year. I feel like we've had some great breakthrough. We've had a membership program. Since we we started as an experiment in our first season in people signed up which is amazing. But we didn't really offer we're just like can you help us like we didn't really offer much by way of benefits but so one of the ways risk deepening relationship this year. Which has been really cool. Is that actually. We've had Listeners become guests and that has been really cool because We're always looking for a Surprising unconventional stories and for example we did a whole series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms in we It was a partnership with the guardian. We did a bunch of reporting and we did a lot of call outs to. Are you know audience and Two of the five people we ended up featuring wor listeners of the show one was a waitress in mississippi who had written me a number of times with different story ideas and i thought But then you know. She told me a bit about her life. And i was like actually. I think you're right for this story that we're working on and she. We ended up doing the whole episode about her experience with losing her job and her mental health struggles in getting addicted all these things that like but she very much came to us because she was already in our listener community in the other one was a young mom who was a new orleans nightclub worker and we talked about her career panic struggles and you know what what happened. We ended up featuring on the show as well so also when people hear that listeners are coming from the show. I feel like that they hear that a guest that they have curtis thirty minute episode within their emotionally vested in were listener who reached out that makes them feel like it's more of a two way street and that there is more potential for

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Roger Nairn and Jen Moss on the Added Value Every Podcast Needs

Podcast Movement 2021

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Roger Nairn and Jen Moss on the Added Value Every Podcast Needs

"So there's three main reasons why audiences resist branded podcast. I don't know roger. do you wanna take this slide. The first the versus at their. You know the podcast is always trying to sell you something. And if it's always trying to sell you something then it's an advertisement and who wants to listen to a twenty or thirty minute advertisements. A lot of our branded. Podcasts are also quite biased. They they don't really look at both sides of of Of of the story or of an issue They're quite leaning on one side. And i think podcast audiences look for both sides of the conversation when they get into A certain topic or ours wanna learn about a certain issue and frankly most brands don't know how to tell a great story and if you can't tell a great story then you're gonna lose the audience's interest and You really not taking them along with you so to gain audiences brandon. Podcast need to rise above these common stereotypes and deliver content with with real entertainment or educational value. Like just deliver a ton of value to listener. So that's where we talk about using your outside voice to reach more people. So what do we mean by outside voice. So i put a little thought into this this morning. Here's what we mean. We mean stories and messages with broad appeal we mean high quality storytelling we mean unbranded content or very lightly branded like subtle We mean content. That's relevant to larger social movements or conversations that are going on at the time We mean stepping outside your comfort zone. As a brand we mean having conversations that go far beyond products services but you know probably still wanna adhere to brand pillars of brand

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Who is Karate Kid 2.0, Luigi Akiau?

Anything in The World

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Who is Karate Kid 2.0, Luigi Akiau?

"If you're listening to this absurd in july or august of twenty twenty one re probably following the olympic games that are happening right now in tokyo japan. Do you know the karate is one of five new sports. That came out in the games this year. The others are surfing sport climbing skateboarding and baseball. Why am i talking about this. Because our guest is a fierce karate athletes by only being nine years. Old you told us all about his routine and how. He prepares to be a champion every single day. So raise a glass and welcome my old friend in new guest luigia so they participating in welcome to the show so let's started with the questions. What do you like to do. When you're not practicing or competing. What i like to do what not to competing is usually i like to just play with my friends or go blaze with my my mom. My dad my family. Are i go to my room. I play some video games in watch. Tv okay that's nice one. And where did you start practicing karate. I started synchrony. Two years ago and i started boxing at florida. Crotty clubs. she thought you do still practice today. yes cool. How's your daily routine okay. So my daily routine is when i wake up on a monday i wake up. Sometimes i miss breakfast. 'cause the late i go to school and then when i come back basically free the whole day unlike free for the time being i get online video games but tv some food. I can rest. And then after that a good crowd for one hour. I go there at five because it takes thirty minutes to get there. It starts at six ends at seven and then after that i go home and eat dinner. If i have time i'll watch some more. Tv and then go to

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Trainer Don Saladino on the Power of Basic Foundational Movements

The Model Health Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Trainer Don Saladino on the Power of Basic Foundational Movements

"Let's talk about that a little bit because with that simplicity. You said something in our first conversation. That i still think about today. Which is somebody earning the right to a certain exercise. Yeah when you said that like that was a shift in my because these are things that i think about what you put words to it and so getting to a place where we earned the right to do more advanced things. What are those foundational things for every one of us that we need to invoke in our lives just for basic culture and functionality. Who've i mean there's certain things that we need to be able to do in our life we need to be able to sit on a toilet. I just it just how it is all my telling you to put a bar on your back and start squatting wagner pounds no but we have to start establishing those basic movements. I think with us in the amount of sitting that we do all the time we start losing this elasticity in muscles and that's why our body really starts feeling like junk so on day one of my take someone who hasn't moved in ten years and i'm going to get them to imply metrics no but the goal is to get those joints get some lubrication those joints y'all get some elasticity in those muscles and get them to the point where i can get the moving again like they did as a kid. Now it's all at a different level because certain people yeah we might not be doing a fifty inch box. But i accept that but if i can take someone in their fifties who came in with back pain and in time maybe work with our team of physical therapists or maybe work with You know our team of nutritionist to get inflammation to calm down and then in time we see that their body allow sleeps improving while we got fifteen minutes. Extra sleep every night thirty minutes extra. We're in the right direction. How you feeling body's feeling better not feeling so tight. I'm getting out of the car and i can. Actually i feel like i could job across the street. I we're into something maybe. Let's start with some light jogging. How much three miles. no like. Five to ten seconds. Let's see how your body feels just reestablishing that movement. I think when we do that you would be surprised on how good you can get your body to

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An Interview With Author Christine Leunens

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:06 min | 4 months ago

An Interview With Author Christine Leunens

"Lunes is a wonderful author. Who's two thousand eight. Caging skies was the nucleus of joe. Joe rabbit very excited to have christine in the podcast today. Christine welcome. thank you tarik so off air. We started talking a little bit about hartford because this is for those listening where christine was born. And obviously we've been listening to the podcast. I live in western massachusetts about thirty minutes away. So how long were you in hartford. Four christine so about three and a half years. So i guess the very vital first years and then we need to. We went then after to massachusetts springfield and west springfield massachusetts. Okay so you went from hartford to springfield. And how holidays you spend in springfield christine. Listen i think. I was seven years old when then we went down to florida and then from florida i went to university and then as a teenager. I went to paris in my younger years. I did go stock because my mother was italian italian-born and my father was belgian and so as a teenager. I was just very interested to go back to europe and discovered the family the family in belgium the family in italy Yes and that makes a lot of sense. Let me ask you so. I want to get into your move in pairs and the second in your your education you move to paris as a teenager and i know that i hope i have this correct. You have a very close reporting relationship with your grandfather. Is that correct christine. Yes that is so he was. He was living himself in paris at the time so he was belgian born but living in paris since over thirty years when i was there so it was quite exciting because he was painter and he did sculpture to and we used to go to museums and we used to discuss art poetry and it was just very exciting to be there and discuss architecture and in fact he was the one who told me. I'm going to be a writer one day and i didn't even believe it was

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Is it Time to Prune Your Goals?

Before Breakfast

01:41 min | 4 months ago

Is it Time to Prune Your Goals?

"Tip is to prune your goals you may be holding onto goals intentions that you don't actually intend to do or that. No longer makes sense for your life. Best to acknowledge that and let them go so you can focus on the ones that do matter around this time of year late summer. My yard starts looking a little overgrown the bushes along the front walkway grow so thick that it is almost impossible to walk through them. They are lovely bushes but not in that form. Time to prune them back. The same thing happens in a way with goals. Lots of people make new year's resolutions in late december or early january some people set a lot of goals just in the course of life like let me read fifty books this year or meditate for thirty minutes a day or pick up my watercolor paints again whether people keep these goals is a different matter. Sometimes we don't even think about them after a while but they're kind of they're as expectations lovely in some form but blocking the sidewalk when there are too many of them left untended if that sounds familiar. The middle of the year is a great time for a reckoning. Not because i want anyone to feel bad about whether they are harboring unmet expectations for themselves. But because it's good to be honest about whether goals are actually goals or not.

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

13:59 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Cena cigars at to business out there as a so I mean not to get sidetracked but Yeah Cuban. Cigars are not at least at the moment are not legally. Your work you're not allowed to smoke Cuban cigars and yeah. Sell Cuban cigars in all right okay but people can go and bring him back from Cuba they wanted to be. In certain quantities. I say yeah but you're not allowed to sell Cuban cigars you think is more of a it's more of an average people do that because all comeback was Cuban cigar more air. Isn't it really totally at and I think that there's also the perception versus reality now? We'll before I go into this. I should warner listeners have not a cigar smoker. I don't answer ours. I'm into health fitness and nutrition and My brothers my business partner. Yea on this business. He's hardcore guy. I'll generally the product guy for this business the marketing and branding guy and that's why I was attracted to this business because yeah his customers. The ability to create your own brand. Everything's customize you could have your own private label Cigar We SELL A LOT OF GIFT. Givers we sought to a lot of event planners but by brothers really this the cigar guru yet just being in the industry one of the things that I've learned is the Cuban thing is Kinda Gimmicky if you look at Cigar Aficionados top ten cigars. And if you will get not even Cigar Aficionado but if you look at the top cigars in the industry most of them the overwhelming majority of them are not Cuban cigars a most. You're actually Dominican or young Nicaraguan. And that's where we start searching. Yeah Yeah I mean I am also more sports and fitness background as well and but I mean I've heard of cigars seeing people smoke them and Yeah is you know. Get Getaway from not knowing them lobby about cigars really. Guess what you get involved with in Pondicherry pro. You probably got some more about the branding of them and in really yeah and also technology and consulting self developmental something as well you invoke yet so we have a company called Velo solutions. We work with early. Stage TO MIDDLE MARKET BUSINESSES ON DIFFERENT SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS REALLY CUSTOM SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT. So we have a team of developers and a team of CTO level consultants. And what we do is we work with companies who are in need of really complex solutions. They could have a really significant challenge or could be a really significant opportunity that requires sophisticated team capable of coming in and building out the kind of software that were able to go out. So that's our third business and we worked with lots of interesting companies over the years we've worked with some pretty prominent nonprofits actually which has been cool more recently. We've developed a bit of a niche working with some pretty prominent companies in the life insurance space. I see he currently a couple of clients who are players in that industry. Yeah we've worked with lots of different companies in different industry reason. We we worked on dating APP. So it's just kind of an interesting business for us while you're in the right place. We will discount on with the Cobra at a moment because people are turning more to to technology. Really you know working from home and people being hyman using computers. More stuff is so dimensioned. There's probably a future more for that part of Your Group Yen. Our chair business Worsening that we've noticed is that since corona viruses hit. Yeah our customer. Our customer composition has really shifted so before Toronto virus we were selling primarily to small to medium sized businesses. I mentioned a couple of larger companies but our customers had been small to medium size businesses. You once Gordon virus hit our core customer overnight as become home offices. Were selling chairs to you vigils. Who are working from home. And when you're working from home the first thing you need is a chair. Senate because you're sitting in your chair all day and you need something to support your back. Yeah something to keep you healthy supportive. You keep you comfortable and to keep you know. Keep you productive. So yeah and also homes coding and stuff not as well. You're gonNA totally for that. So yes looking not I. And and the game with the Software. That's probably going to be more parody as well with people look into technology in future saying this is going to be the future. The new norm. So it's looking good really there so we'll go into about your cost Because I've seen some great guests on there and it's it's relatively Near you go about twenty episodes or maybe just under that and already some great guests come on straight away and amazing website. Wh- whole websites good but even without cost easy to just flow and listened cannot quit you to a few episodes straight. What you're my research citizen today today. So tell us. More about your podcast. What's it called thighs? E. Mini Mentors. Yeah yes we'll dave firstly. Thank you for the kind words about my podcast. I really appreciate that S. I'm glad that you had opportunity. Take a listen and I would encourage anyone tuning in today. Who's a Fanta podcast? Listen if you enjoy. Hopefully you can become a subscriber. The I launched thirty minute mentors earlier this year so it is a relatively new podcast. As of this recording will have twenty episodes live. I have a new episode every week. So yeah a bunch of episodes already recorded just kind of one out once again and that I record quite a few a few injuries lined up this week and you tweak a release it episode with a founder. Ceo of a household name company. Yeah in reading celebrity or athlete with a a general or admiral interviewing people who are the most successful people out there. Yeah I mean you're being very very modest and humble by. I'm Lookin' Food List now you've had the CEO OF GOES JIM AT Z Z Z. If you've had an MBA legend. I mean you know someone. That starts a podcast. You don't have someone already Shaq. O'neil is already got access to but you already know these people as as you know. General Army generals being there into inventors This is amazing that the guest lineup. You have straightaway. I appreciate that. My goal is to really deliver as much value as a candle listeners. Yeah and I have a look. Listen to the PODCAST and some value. I'm GonNa go this Rhyme Murphy because see I won't miss a track and field and some amazing magazine value giving stuff to aspiring athletes and even to someone just wants to improve their mindset That had a mindfulness Guru as well Dr Kamlesh Patel These are very very Great people to have access to this information. They're given really Really appreciate the goal with podcasts. Really is to spend thirty minutes with the most successful people in the world. Who are you mentioned a few And I would encourage anyone who hasn't listened to my show yet just to start with whichever guest this most interesting to you if you're interested in entertainment and you WANNA listen to an interview with Rob Lowe great if you're interested in the military and you want to listen to an interview with General Mark Density the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President Obama. Great you're in business and you. WanNa listen to an interview with the founder of Kayak great so my goal is really to give listeners the opportunity to start wherever they like and then hopefully they enjoy the content and your feel lighter in every episode. There's somebody to be learned. I can tell you this. You never episode that I produce. I'm learning ton understandably from each and every one of my guess. There's Yeah Skiing. Had this much success. You'RE GONNA learn an enormous amount. Something that's been really interesting to me. Dave is some of my guests have told me that there are active listeners of my podcast and then they learn a ton from my other guests so even the most successful people in the country are learning a lot by listening to some of these other guests. Yeah now I mean I did. I mean I felt come to the united. I wanted to listen to a few of those episodes to give me an idea and browse for it skips into orbit which is very easy to do on on the way your websites laid out the podcast. Pasierb your website which is good. It helps people but of course it would. It would get me a little bit binging on as well because kept of in the conversations that they gave so thirty. Great the the way they give you an out and get people team with a token about say so that's great any other pocock. Agai- that we've is is my own podcast apart from that now. So that's great. Where did you get thirty minutes from? What is it is pretty obvious really because they lost minutes but is that the idea is for or let's just deeply eight minutes and sometimes for me. It could be twenty minutes so it could be an hour sometimes depends on the conversation. I was having dinner with a friend of mine. And we were describing the showed him and describing the concept of the show and telling it putting a podcast together and this is what I'm working on. This is my vision for the show and I'm really struggling to come up with the right name and was just really brainstorming. Names and in the course of taking some names around the name just pot and a thirty minute mentors and it was like that moment. Young something just clicks in remember we were. We were eating dinner and it was like So once that name came it was just that I got it. Add grab that domain name and it was Because it just captured. The show's all about. I think that people have somewhat limited attention span so I really try to honor the thirty minutes as much as I can. Don't necessarily stick to thirty minutes to the minute Oftentimes run to thirty five minutes. But yeah I try not to go much longer than that. My goal really is to try to pack in as much valuable. Actionable information and advice as possible. So that anyone tuning in who's entrusting me with their time. I look I understand. Everyone is busy. We all have lots of things we can do with our time. We all have alternative sources of whether you want to call it entertainment or content or we could read a book. We can watch Netflix. We listen to another podcast. I WanNa make sure that is listening to this. Finds it extremely valuable and finds every minute valuable? So it's been a lot of time preparing for interviews during the year is really focused on trying to bring out the best from my guests and hopefully anyone tuning in can really appreciate the the experience feel like. They're a part of it with him. Yeah or use a speaker and take some mentoring. Coaching as well So it's it's really the whole lot really around leadership. That's your main main areas or entrepreneurship leadership. Yeah absolutely yeah great great. What is fantastic having an show? What what what. Obviously we especially with all this. Kobe and Post Kovic stuff going on especially for in the entrepreneurial and Business Weld and leadership world what One what advice would you give for people to get free at the moment and Soak in the heads in rocks action? Yeah really good question Dave. I think it's imported for.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I have the C O of the Velos Group. He's leadership riser speaker and he has a podcast called the thirty minutes. Mental at Amanda. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Have we said to be here with you? Yeah really great about listen to your car's actually end A few few of your guests invest fantastic. Guests are up for upgrade. Your bios well. When you you know your your Journey of away you been. You have an interest in sports and fitness myself detract up to International Olympic so not making picks up to that level compete with those topics so an interest as well and you've had to Olympic gold medalist Sarah and also to CEO. Goes Jim which Jim I knew of when I was a youngster as well the head one branch in London where I left grew up. And of course you Big Leadership Riser and also leadership mental. And you'll so see fell villa's grew so Interesting to inspired the listeners and the audience to how you really got there and you know your your journey Dave firstly. Thank you again for having the podcast today. Real excited to be here with you and with your listeners and thanks again for having me. Y'All can tell you about my personal journey. I'm from L. A. Born and raised here. Yeah Masa and I grew up on a street. Called Velos Avenue might sound familiar to listeners because my company and when I was in my late Twenties S I had worked for for large companies to as a fulltime employees in the national services industry. My Bershad out of college was working for what then the largest hedge fund in the world company off a were to read a business school for Credit Suisse huge international investment bank yellows in business school. I interned for for a huge talent. Agency William Morris Endeavor and for huge studio universal pictures and as in my late twenties and felt like had gotten all this big corporate experience under my belt and if there was ever the right time for me to try to do something entrepreneurial it will be a really in. There was that moment in my life. Felt lighten my energy was never going to be any higher by expenses. Were Never GonNa be any lower. Yeah really than in there for me to do it and my brother was working as a software developer or a successful startup company in Santa Monica. And you kind of wanted to do something different and join forces and we started the velos group. We had a ton of ideas too many ideas but we pushed on every idea. We had and after about a year and a half of doing that. We picked the two that were closest to being real businesses. And over the years we've turned them into national companies and I've over the course of time done a lot of writing and speaking and you mentioned my podcast. Yeah I've just ventured into a number of different areas so it's been fun and exciting and it's been quite a journey. I'll tell you that. Yeah yeah not ask the synthetic and sounds come Just come in straight out of college and then go into business. School landed Ryan citizen term which oversees tied off your your context connections really to to to get get started on this journey to where you've got now. Well I would say my journey professionally really started with my first internship which was when I was in high school intern for a family friend who became a great mentor to me. And my show thirty minute. Mentors really inspired by my belief in the value of mentor ship. And I've been a tremendous beneficiary of mentor ship in every phase of my journey and going back to those high school days. I intern for a top sports agent. He still has talk sports. Agent you all these years later and it was an opportunity for me to really get my feet wet in that industry yet more quarterly to really get my feet wet and business to learn what it was like in the business world to have real world hands on experience at a really young age at age. Fifteen and sixteen who is actually working on projects that had real world impact so that was really cool experience for me and that was I would say my starting point professional. Yeah a young today. I mean when I was The Asia was probably more into my sports actually had a well spike in another because to well champion boxer. Michelle of journey in wise in a on my soul went off the one off the wagon a bit when fifty three. Now all my went the wrong way in life and then Turn it round. We've been weeks taken out sports boxing and then back on a track So mine mine. Were learning curve. Zehr ecozone joint. I of accent was my monitoring jogging with with McConnell background over on from. But it's an amazing that you got into the business well. Sports and business have similarities in terms of the mental kind of things. Well loud you have to put united mentality and mindset so it's amazing how that training in that mindset training from fifteen years out on was really. I think life is really about opportunities and Katie advantage of the opportunities. That are before you question that we're often asked is what role does luck play in success. And I think luck plays a very role in success but you have to make your own luck because at the end of the day everyone has opportunities some have more opportunities that others some have more significant opportunities than others. But it's really the ability to capitalize on the opportunities that you're giving and I think that to the extent that we can it to use a sports analogy he. When you have a whole run through would take advantage. Seize the opportunity. Seize the moment and I definitely did not seize every opportunity in the course of my life. I don't think anyone being honest with themselves has. We've all had things that we wish we would have differently. But it's part of growing up is part of maturing is part of looking back and understanding. What really matters and advice that I give to anyone into this. Podcast is you will have opportunities being small. Recognize them appreciate them and don't take them for granted when you get them. Maximize them capitalize on them and always be ready. Always BE PREPARED. Said Great Advice Really And really things that you these opportunities coming your way at the young age. Really Would you say to someone at that. Don't really have those opportunities. How would they kind of what they have to do to sort find these openings? All well and lot of good is creating the opportunities for yourself so say at a big reason why I had a lot of these opportunities was because I was very proactive. I was very aggressive. I was very hungry. It wasn't like I sat back and waited for people to give me things. I was very Eager to always take that next step and at a very young age ahead this desire to do something to something big and that really fueled me to go and seek out differ opportunity so I think a lot of when we talk about opportunity I think a lot of it comes down to how passionate you are and how hungry you are and how will you are to go out and seek out opportunities because for most of us opportunities aren't going to be handed to you in my case upper -tunities warrant passively headed to me the family friend who I interned for who became a great mentor to me. Someone had cultivated a relationship with from the time I was a little kid and before I knew anything about what an internship was or what business was or or any of that sort of stuff. It was a genuine relationship that I had developed and when I was in old enough to understand that should look for an internship. I asked him earlier. Do you have any advice as to places in professional sports that I could intern hoping that given his Background and expertise. He might be able to steer me in the right direction and it was. I didn't ask him for an inch on the contrary I was really asking him for guidance and assistance and he offered to for me injured for him and that was really how it all started. So I think a big part is putting yourself out there and putting yourself out there at an early and I don't know how your listeners are but no ages too early and no age is too late. You Never Be Fifteen. You could be twelve you before you could be. Fifty could be sixty people who are might think that they're too old and not able to be in the workforce anymore and my message to them. My message to anyone is you're never too old. You're never too young and just take advantage of WHO. You are capitalize on your strengths and be positive. Stay positive go after it on his advice. Oh this That the Unit inury early development. Herman Guy Free Business Score. eventually Got You to become chief. Executive Officer of Develops Group. Which I assume is your company as well. You'd founder as well. Yeah it's very easy to be the chief executive officer if if anyone wants to be a give some advice to listeners. If anyone out there wants to be come. Ceo Just Start Your own company and you could become a is not that hard you you just pay eight hundred dollars and you get an LLC and next thing you know your CEO. Yeah well actually you. Common Irish had a limited company and your semester director. Well you have to say that you're the director which is Kinda Self Employment Point position and itself ready but to the tax but yeah so can you tell me. More diverse group is and what it does sure to. The group is our parent company for our different ventures. We have two different ECOMMERCE businesses and we have a software development business so our ECOMMERCE businesses one is an office furniture company. Were actually the leading sellers in the country of refurbished brand name office chairs so the Herman Miller Aron Chair. Is The number one bestselling office chair ever made a how safe retails for over? A thousand dollars ran new. It's literally the most in demand office chair ever made and what we do. Is We offer customers this chair. The Herman Miller Aron Chair that they want but instead of offering me to them at twelve hundred dollars which is what it costs. We offered to them at a price point between five and six hundred dollars. We sell it refurbished. The chair practically is like a brand new chair. Looks like a brand new chair functionally.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Hero I suspect you don't talk to say this material with clear your name I want to say there's a bomb in centennial park you have thirty minutes trying to be the best friend right thank you for look in the for thirty minutes the story is accusing the forces in the world the state government media when the ball means to kneel pork you have thirty minutes Richard Jewell is an innocent man is a hero for thirty minutes Richard Jewell two hours twelve minutes the drama rated R. and is about the nineteen ninety six summer Olympics in Atlanta and the security guard who discovered a suspicious backpack under a bench the do it did he not do it Clint Eastwood I think looks like you did a brilliant job directing this if you see a movie Samir cheap movie review it carefully radio dot com make it count everybody and thanks for listening.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On the hour and thirty minutes past his time seven thirty one Martie with you hear the final preseason win and game thank god for the Broncos the real stuff in a week that leaves our news next forcing it is a pretty tough drive on that he's down to seventy dry they had a crash early this morning I eased up to seventy past your that is long gone but the back ups are back up slowly back died forty five in fact you're backed up on to the boulder turnpike he's about thirty six flow from all those back to federal all the way down the I. twenty five the new space will always help as George on these down to seventy I want to get on I twenty five you're actually a pretty good shape as you make you a doubt it to downtown your flow after boggle statement by life we're the repairing for the Iraqi about showdown tonight are your drive this morning into the tech center is still pretty heavy on southbound I. twenty five out of downtown so about two to five well before Parker road is pretty heavy I've done in the highlands ranch area pretty heavy drive on your eastbound C. for seventy Dr sounds like you've got a crash on west bell C. for seventy pretty near where that fatal accident that fiery crash was yesterday afternoon it's was bouncy for seventy near bowls approaching bold as self like it's in the left lane is also crash on Santa Fe highway eighty five at town center drive just before C. for seventy just on the south side of C. for seventy add a crash just on the south side of the force Jedi at Parker road and crowned crest this report is sponsored by life like with your no one wants to wake up to the news there's a victim of identity theft that malware is compromising their smartphone that's why LifeLock with Norton now includes protection.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"At nine fifty five boxes store Packer shoppers targeted by a gunman chaos strikes a shopping mall after a mask prankster jumps into a table fans rushed the stage at a concert ABC Jim Ryan says these three scenarios share a common characteristic the normal human reaction to danger is fight or flight in a crowd of people still can be disastrous for better or for worse people are talking about it more and we want people to talk about it more Palin Rosen is a constable in Houston he orders everyone to have a plan going into a crowd setting know where the exits are placed yourself near the edge of the group instead of the middle keep your phone handy and share the plan with your group if something happens here in the store run with mommy Daddy here Jim Ryan ABC news going to time nine fifty six and it is time now for this edition of life beats with very Torok injured go take a walk in fact thirty minutes of walking could change your life studies show getting out of your chair and getting some exercise could lead to reduced mortality risk something doctor Michael raisin agrees with he says making this slight adjustment can really pay off they found the substitution of thirty minutes of physical activity for sitting time made a real difference in mortality rate fourteen percent adding that half hour of moderate walking to your day can be good for your body and mind you build a bigger half okay hippocampus your memory center was just thirty minutes of walking a day you build more cardiovascular fitness you get.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Skin it takes thirty minutes and it feels really good it's this little suction device that actually sucks onto your skin and it pulls all that make about takes all those black head sucks out all the dirty star from your pores if you're wearing foundation Browns are even tended more stressor it clogs the pores up come in and get a hydra facial before the wedding before big party before any holiday parties coming up anything at all and it'll clear your skin out it helps with break out to help everything these are easy easy things you can do that actually feel good and make a big difference it makes a big difference and you will get a lot of people ready for the wedding it is not just for the girls tons of guys are doing these procedures that doing injectables to look better and it goes not just for weddings obviously this is for the everyday person you come into the office it takes five ten minutes we can make you look so much better very very quickly without a big deal without any downtime yeah guys don't be afraid to come in for injections we see a lot of men for injections for botox and Ehlers for surgery even I know it's still kind of taboo for guys but I mean we see a ton of male patients I think it's a lot more common than people think and we'll talk more about other kinds of restorations and whatnot that we can do to make the guys look better yet now the other thing is for the body so we talked a little bit about what we can do for the face for tuning up now for the body before wedding a lot of the that brides are coming and they join their breast augmentation they doing life other doing that time a judge or whatever it is and is not a lot of down time with this stuff yeah breath especially we we just saw of someone is getting married in a few weeks and she wants to get our breast and she's trying dresses on the dresses are looking good she wants to get implants to give her a little bit of volume takes thirty minutes to do there's really no downtime with it should be good as new for the wedding in a few weeks incisions are super tiny takes thirty minutes to do you're in our office for a few hours afterward you.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Virginia also bring you concise and comprehensive updates at the top in thirty minutes past the hour breaking news as it happens on eleven ninety Katie E. 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P. T. handicapped blind illegal immigrant trans gender then trans gender back again gay but identify is pan sexual non gendered I I lost track do we got to have a noun at some point humans are you okay with humans what about harp seals yeah all right all those adjectives living creature what about the dead what about a dead the amputee gay transgender harp seal do they have abortion rights I thought this was America gas I don't know we have to form a subcommittee on that we can we just get to the end of that and then start talking about maybe taxes in the national debt in what to do about trade with China and the rest of that I mean when you get a chance that would just be delightful all all man speaking of voting giant wide spread voting fraud scheme on Skid Row in Los Angeles there's so much voter fraud the idea that well there are very few documented cases that's because we have no system for check gag widespread voter fraud scheme with that we'll talk about in a few minutes at hope you hang around for that Marcia Phillips as a number of important news stories will be taking a look at Marshall what's up indeed you got president trump and Kim handshakes at the DMZ got a new report about a mob trying to over run the Mexico US border well and what Americans one out to restaurants these days is changing dramatically stories coming up I'm interested in that which is kind of what we're going for so I'm looking for it to heal marches got the news next than that voters fraud scheme yeah I every day DD I tease thirty five thousand heroes put technology to work making today secure and tomorrow smarter with cloud a I N. cyber GDI T..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Update in thirty minutes, there will be a big court hearing today concerning the Obama center, which the Obama foundation wants to build in Jackson park, but there have been lawsuits filed against the center from people who say that the city does not have the authority to offer public. Park land to a private foundation closing arguments in the lawsuit heard today and Chicago federal court. Mayor Lori Lightfoot repeated a rumor she heard on public access TV show. She repeated the rumor that the police union told officers not to aggressively fight crime over the Memorial Day, weekend union, president Kevin Graham telling John Howell on WLS. It's outrageous that she would say that. That's just responsible. We have. She has my phone number. She can call me anytime she wants. She wants to ask, what occurred if something was said, verify rumor she can call me. Let me make something extremely clear to all your listeners. We never said anything even remotely like that. Lightfoot is trying to backtrack. Her remarks, President Trump and democrat Joe Biden are both going to be campaigning today in the all important state of Iowa Biden is leading in the polls in Iowa among the twenty three Democrats who are running for president next year and breaking news, the US government now is formally submitting an extradition request to the United Kingdom for WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange, Assange faces in eighteen count indictment that accuses him of soliciting.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Talk about that. While we're there processing, I can understand. And I'm not I'm not an engineer. I'm not even a I mean, I know how to use this end of the microphone not the other. I understand that you play back the tapes. And and you've got this data that comes off as audio people talking converted into a files on your laptop, computer. But then what do you have to do to that? You said you had to process it. What do you have to do to that? When he you and turn it into. Not really turn it into Puma. What processes I kinda break down those fourteen hour and a half. Probably fifteen sixteen depends on the tape. I two thirty minutes away. It'd be easier to research and study on on how the communication within the flight mission control centers really works like Briscoes communications into accident. Between auto flight, controllers and engineers on the bedrooms at the time. So thirty minutes actually, be ideal for the researchers doing trying to all this technique speech techniques that kinda like using I mean, I was involved telling later, but that's pretty much what I was doing just in chunks and thirty minutes as into research on. And that's the the research that Hansen his academic research that he's originally interested in this. The reason got him interested if his PHD student printed much what can on the defense techniques. Okay. You got a fourteen and a half or fifteen or sixteen hour long tape in. It's your job to play it back and recorded play back the tape and recorded on on the computer walk me through what it's like to you know, on a day when you would come to work at the Johnson Space, Center and half to and playback one tape, and then another another what was in those days like daily work here at NASA. I mean at the studio I will come in. I will run to tapes run for maybe fourteen and a half hours. That's when I stop it. When the tape actually stopped, and I was stopping distract the data. So I was spent about fifty five about fifty to fifty five hours a week on a data tames process. A taped kind of listen to the tapes write down notes like a librarian type of, you know, stores for info and a lot of other things as well. From right down to time cold when what does play when was the date time and everything details. I mean doesn't vote attained had to John down somewhere in. If the tape runs for fourteen hours or more, I'm guessing you're not coming in in the morning and starting it and sitting there waiting until it ends that'd be an awful long day at first we did talked about how how we handle the tape running. So which wanted to maybe seven at a time seven hours at a time, and he'll be two section seven hour one day in seven out the next day. But no we decided we're going to do one tape per day. And I would sometime it will run around five o'clock in the afternoon and then come back in the morning, and it'll be almost about an hour half an hour late, and then I can stop a tape. That's when would extract the data down to run overnight. But some daily work is pretty much come in the morning stopped a tape. Expect the tape down to the storage then bring it down to a different laptop. And that's what I thought process the data breakage.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on WBAI

"Exactly thirty minutes after the hour right here. Thirty eight minutes after four o'clock. It's feelings about forty degrees on the outside. England is. Yeah. By shows dedicated to. We're fortunate to have. Bandana? Writer walking in the footsteps of. Emme PS maps, marine, Arctic's peace sanctuary. He passed away on the flight three to airlines on the ten the supermax eight that went down the boy in the run at the capitol. This big ski lying about telling you. That is so can you confirm with me? It's amazing the head of Boeing actually, Trump and said Trump or you need to shut these airframes gown, you need to ban all of them, and they still refuse to the US. Just like oh England is a bitch for truth nine thousand nine sinker here list live right here with all the new music that they have never played on the radio on. Electric's out for this year from Jesse brand new. Right here. Yes. No. On the capitalist. Perfect. One..

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on WTVN

"Thirty minutes, we have Justin Wheeler on he is my econ guy. And he is. He's gonna give you the state of the union in the state of the economy here in a nutshell. I in in just a in just a few minutes and give you a couple of things that you may not know about for instance, did, you know in the last four days, we have the Bank bailouts, and then we had the the the fed giving more money every month. We were doing about eighty eighty billion dollars eighty billion dollars a month. Eighty billion dollars a month. And that's the fed just printing up money. We got up to about seven trillion dollars. I think we're down to about four trillion. That's still out there. Well, yes, China just did something in the last four days. They just pumped in fifty trillion dollars into their economy in the last four days. They're in trouble. What does that mean? We'll tell you minute. I will tell you that everyone is devaluing their money. This is not going to last it just it doesn't last. It's never in the history of the world ever worked. Now. Maybe we've taken some genius pills. But I'm watching the people in the banks, and I'm watching the people in Washington and people in China, and Germany and England and everywhere else, and I don't see any evidence that they've taken genius pills. So what happens? Well, one of the things you need to know about his crypto currency and bitcoin and we've asked. An investment advisor. And one of the best guys on crypto currency out. There is Thika to worry. He talks to the people who are actually the movers and shakers in this. And he can explain what crypto currency is how it's used what the future looks like what blockchain is how it's going to change lives. Not talking about investing talking about understanding the future, take the smart. Crypto course right now and understand the future smart. Crypto course dot com or you can call eight seven seven PB L back eight seven seven PB L back. It's smart. Crypto course dot com. Boy, I tell you. It's been a.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But Al was just calming in saying in. Joy this like, you don't you don't do this job to be stressed out in not enjoy it. Enjoy it thirty minutes at a time the AFC so in that thirty minutes, how how much of that thirty minutes are you on camera doing a segment and then how much downtime? Do you have to say prep for whatever your next segment is or then get to that next thirty minutes. It depends. It depends on because it changes where you have a producer saying we're going out to this. Or you're going to have an inch studio guest. But he just said block it off in thirty minute increments. So you'd go K. What are we doing what our next segments here then I would prepare for those segments. Now, you had to do your homework. So you had a backdrop there on athletes information events that you could work through that. But if it came down to something specific where you're having somebody just one in judo and she's coming in. Then I have to look at her bio again come up with five questions. And then do that process that and then we would go to the next event or the next thing would come up? So it still reacting in real time. But I broke it down to half hours instead of trying to think of it as the entire Olympics. Do you have some kind of trick or something like some mental game or something that you play that helps you retain information that you'd have some people will do they'll come up with a nickname to remember somebody's name. No, you know, those mechanisms that people. Do I found that the people who are really good at this? Have a great memory Costas has a crate memory, Allah has the best sports memory. I've ever been around when when you sit down and have dinner with him. I can say, you know, that Seventy-nine pirates team, and he'll tell you date inning temperature. Amazing. You know, they when they were playing the Orioles, Dan, I remember game. Like, you're just it's it's it's possible to remember all that he's remembered, but Jim Lampley has one of the great sports months. They're just certain people who are able to take snapshots of their entire career of sporting events. And remember that and retain information yesterday did you ever in your early days before you got a lot of reps under your belt to have one of those panic or exiled attacks where you just felt overwhelmed like when you're about to take a midterm refinery, and you just freeze, and you think you're forgetting everything he's supposed to do. I still have nightmares. To this day of walking down to sportscenter and not having any scripts written or that I'm gonna show up late for sportscenter. To this day. A couple of times a year. I I will wake up. No, I I will wake up because I'm panicking that it was something to do with sportscenter. Strange. All right. We'll come back last. Call for phone calls close up shop after this in sports, a trade can make or break your team, a good one can mean a championship. But a bad one can set.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"To be made water soluble in the gut and then into the bloodstream, and it takes about thirty minutes for it to get into the blood. So the regular CD extract. It's thirty minutes before you really feel anything. But if you eat twenty milligrams, you're actually only absorbing to the rescue destroyed any Peter out, but you're paying for hundred percent and the Turpin don't get really absorbed at all. And so what we've discovered is that because our formulation gets in a mmediately and is way more bioavailable. So you get your body can use. Way more of the economic. Efficiently. But additionally, you can time it so that when you smell a particular Turpin, and you take the formula that the timing syncs up they meet each other. Now, you can curate essentially strains or targeted deployment of the CD another avenue. It's two receptors in the body that you want and no other formulation can do that. So that's I I got excited. That's discovery made a couple years ago in the we're getting some really cool responses of that. Yeah. I'd love for you to explain how that little bit more. Because when I first met, you I have a chance to try this, and you Disney I think hold a loading dose of like, basically get to a certain amount body kind of gauges. And I was shocked because I will admit I was skeptical. And I was like, oh, I'm probably not gonna notice. In fact, I've taken before. And I totally out the difference like FU seconds later. So explain what what the difference is. What are you guys doing differently that causes that? And then can you explain to people what that process that? You. Me was. Yeah. Totally. So basically so loading doses. Common with a lot of different compounds. You need to take more to really get the system moving. It's kinda like priming pump. And if you don't get the right amount in it's not gonna turn over engage the engine. So essentially, we've been idle artificially our cabinet system engine through this. Prohibition where we artificially cut it out of the diet in the forties. And because our body has co volved with producing cabinets internally to feed the system, but has for thousands of years or lied on this external source just like we talked about will be twel. The amount of receptors of cabinet receptors. It's called up regulation. So it our bodies put out way more of these cabinet receptors hoping to catch and basically competing with itself in the different systems to try and grab the Canaveral aids. Aids when they can. And so we've got the the key with a loading dose is getting enough in. So that all the receptors that are up regulated guests targeted and fin primed at which point the system kicks into gear, and then it down regulates receptor site. So there's actually the lower the amount needed. So with THC it's the opposite where most people actually need a loading dose at the beginning. But THC, but. You Bill the tolerance THC whereas CD, and I'm talking anytime a CD painful spectrum not see the isolate does it similar Islip, but there's actually dosages harder in less effective on multiple fronts. But. Hi CD full spectrum. You actually have an inverse tolerance on average over time. See need less and less to get the same results. And in the issue is most people need a round as modern humans if they're not having a dietary intake can have annoyed. At least five hundred milligrams of fat soluble CD to properly load the system, and and really get their entertainment system. Working five hundred that's minimum. Most people typically need a little bit more up to fifteen hundred on average, but essentially five hundred milligrams of fat based CD would retail someone around three hundred dollars and the concentrations of the bottles are typically if it's not an isolated Nepi cranking up the contents CD through adding solit- to it. But around five hundred milligrams is typically around a very strong dosed bottle. So you'd.

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"thirty minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"thirty minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With thirty minutes is the cash equity trading session already the stock six hundred has given up its gains. It was gaining as much as four tenths of a percent earlier. We're pretty much flat. Now after it had its best day since April twenty seventeen on Friday gaining two point eight percent looking into the industry group. So on the upside commodity producers still up strongly at one point two percent media and tech companies also. Also outperforming to the upside on the downside, you've got food and beverage companies and healthcare providing a bit of a downward drag on the index in terms of regional benchmarks. The footsie one hundred is flat. The CAC forty up just one tenth of a percent. The Dax up two tenths of a percent footsie may have higher by two tenths of a percent. And we are seeing US futures point higher as well. So we could see more gains today S and P five hundred Emmys up a quarter of percentage point this after all three US benchmarks gained at least three percent on Friday following Powell following the jobs data. And of course, another thing that's been driving the markets overnight in Asia is that triple are cut from China. We did see some gains in the Asian session. Now, speaking all that Jerome Powell. Of course, what we got was him saying that he was listening to the market. Some might have read is comments as dovish was it just the fed remaining flexible remain retaining optionality in any case. We're seeing dollar weakness. The Bloomberg dollar index off by quarter percentage point Goldman is targeting Ninety-three on the dollar index at ninety five right now. So. Seeing further dollar weakness. The ten year treasury yield. Meanwhile, study earlier it is now down almost two basis points on a two sixty five handle we sort jumping eleven basis points on Friday, the ten year bond yield is at twenty basis points, not moving much at all the ten year. Gilt yield move lower by two basis points and finally oil on a bit of a tear in today's session up. Two point two percent forty eight ninety nine dollars a barrel. Brent fifty spot twenty-seven up two percent. So those your markets now moving onto our top stories the US and China began talks today aimed at reaching a trade deal during a ninety day truce both sides face a resumption of tariffs in March. If they don't strike a deal. A number of issues are on the table, the seven issues that Bloomberg has outlined including US accusations that China forces American companies to share sensitive, technology and steals intellectual property, the US heads into another week with a partial government shutdown. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the latest. There were meetings of the White House over the weekend involving aids for both. Sides, but not much concrete coming out of it, especially a concrete wall and the president's threatening..

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