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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

"When it comes to managers we've all had difficult managers and we all had demanding managers, but with the fines demanding manager from toxic one. Is it demanding manager? is going to have expectations that are big maybe bold, but they're realistic. A toxic manager is going to provide expectations the he or she knows are unattainable. And in North Dakota Mechanism for unrealistic expectations. What's that? Do not care. The. Only way we as human beings deal with unrealistic expectations which we know are created so that we can't obtain achieve them is to not. And we all know those employers. Don't come to that conclusion and just share this dragon into the woods and they just have a miserable life in and outside of the workplace. So for manager, we look at real except realistic expectations for general employees. Let a when their behavior and performance becomes motive driven beyond the job responsibilities at the. Position and finally I think we all know this. That quite often toxic employees are also involved by people in power. Think of CEO's nephew senior executives, golfing buddy or worse yet, the employees have released an appropriate relationship apparently, that's not appropriate relationship with someone of influence. So it's bad when you're with a toxic employees, it's really not good if we have a toxic man for. Like when they're connected to people in power, they're just unapproachable and run free and create, sustain, and expanding toxicity and the whole culture. One person we've all seen this one CEO one executive. Even one employee. Who is truly toxic? Can have a tremendous impact on the culture of any organization. Yeah I'm afraid a lot of people have experienced it, but somehow you know it's real easy to have your own insecurity say well, maybe it's just me you know maybe I need to do X. or I need to do why and it takes some time for people to wake up and say now this is just plain wrong and they're not privileged to do this. There's just it's just not right. It's not fair. You mentioned something earlier about. Looking for toxicity in the hiring process because it seems like that would be your ideal weeding out spot. What kind of things do you look for? That would make you say okay. Yeah. On paper this person has terrific experience great credentials but then in the inner reprocess, something just is off what are those things that you would be looking for in an interview process that would suggest that maybe this person could be toxic. I have. Several clients, we have a service where I'll do finally vetting. And I just come in at the very end. And, just spend some time currently with the situation now on. US. And I just come in. As. A person to look at the person. I'm not immersed in these organizations that I support clients I don't know them in and out and up and down, and that's a good thing because I'm not carrying my filters in the organizational biases come with being entrenched in an organization I'm just looking at the person. You know my goal is what my Andro tells us. You know when someone shows themselves believe that? Anybody can anybody can get through a thirty sixty minute interview my role my job is to. Get them into the most comfortable south. Try to get them to reveal themselves beyond simple interview questions. Most people when they do interviews the

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What's the Difference Between a Toxic Employee or Manager and a Difficult One?

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

03:53 min | 6 months ago

What's the Difference Between a Toxic Employee or Manager and a Difficult One?

"When it comes to managers we've all had difficult managers and we all had demanding managers, but with the fines demanding manager from toxic one. Is it demanding manager? is going to have expectations that are big maybe bold, but they're realistic. A toxic manager is going to provide expectations the he or she knows are unattainable. And in North Dakota Mechanism for unrealistic expectations. What's that? Do not care. The. Only way we as human beings deal with unrealistic expectations which we know are created so that we can't obtain achieve them is to not. And we all know those employers. Don't come to that conclusion and just share this dragon into the woods and they just have a miserable life in and outside of the workplace. So for manager, we look at real except realistic expectations for general employees. Let a when their behavior and performance becomes motive driven beyond the job responsibilities at the. Position and finally I think we all know this. That quite often toxic employees are also involved by people in power. Think of CEO's nephew senior executives, golfing buddy or worse yet, the employees have released an appropriate relationship apparently, that's not appropriate relationship with someone of influence. So it's bad when you're with a toxic employees, it's really not good if we have a toxic man for. Like when they're connected to people in power, they're just unapproachable and run free and create, sustain, and expanding toxicity and the whole culture. One person we've all seen this one CEO one executive. Even one employee. Who is truly toxic? Can have a tremendous impact on the culture of any organization. Yeah I'm afraid a lot of people have experienced it, but somehow you know it's real easy to have your own insecurity say well, maybe it's just me you know maybe I need to do X. or I need to do why and it takes some time for people to wake up and say now this is just plain wrong and they're not privileged to do this. There's just it's just not right. It's not fair. You mentioned something earlier about. Looking for toxicity in the hiring process because it seems like that would be your ideal weeding out spot. What kind of things do you look for? That would make you say okay. Yeah. On paper this person has terrific experience great credentials but then in the inner reprocess, something just is off what are those things that you would be looking for in an interview process that would suggest that maybe this person could be toxic. I have. Several clients, we have a service where I'll do finally vetting. And I just come in at the very end. And, just spend some time currently with the situation now on. US. And I just come in. As. A person to look at the person. I'm not immersed in these organizations that I support clients I don't know them in and out and up and down, and that's a good thing because I'm not carrying my filters in the organizational biases come with being entrenched in an organization I'm just looking at the person. You know my goal is what my Andro tells us. You know when someone shows themselves believe that? Anybody can anybody can get through a thirty sixty minute interview my role my job is to. Get them into the most comfortable south. Try to get them to reveal themselves beyond simple interview questions. Most people when they do interviews the

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KCBS All News

"These days KCBS is Dan Mitchinson talk more about it with doctor David at nine men professor of biology at Appalachian state university and director of the human performance lab of in North Carolina and I saw a lot of people wearing masks today out by the water down in the market they are all the walking and biking not so much those running though good or bad yeah I do believe that in till the vaccine comes out all right and then tell enough people have been infected and develop natural antibodies that's really the only way we're going to make it through this and and keep the number of cases somewhat low is going to be through wearing face masks and then doing our best to follow all of the hygiene guidelines that we've been given by the CDC without running with a mask though is that going to make it harder for runners is there a certain type that that maybe you should wear right so there are all types of scars now out there now that are a bit more porous than are the face masks that are used in hospital settings they're not gonna be are completely blocking the virus but don't do a pretty good job in keeping your droplets from spreading at at least too far and then hopefully blocking any droplets that come your way while you're out there exercising so is there concern about those athletes that are out there and and sweating and if you're a runner in terms of transmission maybe you're bumping into somebody because it is crowded out there on the paths or or down by the water is is that a concern there is definitely here so there there isn't a new study that came out of Taiwan that was published in drama yesterday you may have seen it where they have now determined that the virus is most dairy land and is spreading the most before people get symptoms and so that there are many people who are out exercising who may be intimidating the virus they don't feel anything that and yet they are shedding the virus in droplets ads they run or walk now but we do know also is just talking the droplets come out of people and have the virus in it and then when you exercise and you start breathing more heavily than more more those droplets come out high ground fifty eight marathons and run with many many writers and writers run together impact everybody is snorting and and copying and spending and that's just the normal fare so I think all the rules right now are very important I think people should wear masks and scarves while they exercise they should keep their distance and assume that really everybody may have the virus did you say you ran fifty marathons yes in a show of Hana yeah many of them I I ran there right in California right spent many years in napa valley well let me ask you before we let you go then as a runner is it hard for you is it hard for runners to stay motivated then during this time should they be out at all in this environment sure sure what we have shown in many studies in our laboratory is that when you exercise on most days of the week for about thirty sixty minutes they can be anything jogging walking swimming cycling that that will stimulate the movement of important immune cells throughout your body that increase the ability to detect and destroy viruses and this isn't that cute transcendence act that goes away after a couple hours after you're done exercising that if you go out the next day it happens again and then as the weeks go by we and others have shown a forty to fifty percent reduction in the number of days that you are sick with acute respiratory infections this includes the common cold influenza and even the Monia so we don't know yet about cold at nineteen but we do believe that I exercise is one of the most important things people can be doing right now to protect themselves against the virus now this doctor David Nyman professor of biology at Appalachian state university and director of the human performance laboratory in North Carolina case CBS news time is twelve thirty seven how do you convince a farmer who's done his job for the same way for fifty years to grow differently Highbridge John greener minutes forty two recent revision to the.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Carolyn at right now in San Francisco are there easy bikes by another company yes jump has five hundred E. bikes on the street says is a bright red ones and they're free floating meeting you can block them to any on by cracker street furniture they do not have to be docked okay it strikes me just looking around the city Caroline that the bikes often just stay in there a little stands I mean are are they being utilized in enough to a board to another big batch of them committed so that's a great question so the bikes you see sitting in their stance not being used are traditional pedal bike from left and I think the thing is because this is a very very chilly city people prefer E. bikes and they have not been available for several months because lift had issues with breaking with batteries occasionally bursting into flames and also a dispute with the city although things have now been ironed out and so the E. bikes are coming back and I expect them to be much more utilized in the pedal bikes yeah I die I totally agree with you there in terms of pricing and you think this is going to be popular all right I mean it already is popular the price is let's take two dollars for thirty minutes and then three dollars for each additional fifteen minutes and you can get monthly or annual membership they also have programs for for lower income people it's not if you're gonna go biking all day in Golden Gate park or something this is not that the best most economical route but if you just need a bike to get from point a to point B. for you know twenty thirty sixty minutes it's reasonably priced for that okay I have a question for you because you cover this beat so closely do you have a sense as to the decision making when someone takes a bike over a scooter because you see the scooters everywhere as well obviously right on I I think you are having written both myself I feel more comfortable on a bike just because you need a little more balance to be on a scooter and personally I think that all of these rental street rented vehicles should have a way to rent a helmet also because most people don't think to carry a helmet in their backpack and if you're riding a bike or scooter you legally as adults do not have to have a helmet but just because the state of California changed a lot about that does not mean that they changed the law of physics so that's my recommendation to anybody who read any kind of small street rented vehicle is have a helmet great is thy say the San Francisco Chronicle business reporter okay I'm a go to our business and money news we're gonna check in once again with Jason Brooks for that's talking Walgreens system around Walgreens stocks surged higher on reports the company is.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

The Side Hustle Show

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

"I'll be back with my top takeaways from the chat with Paul after the interview ready. Let's do it in the early days. Your progress in particular has continued to be extremely useful to me but back then it was a huge resource because I was obviously working on my business business on the side and the common theme I kept hearing from people like trying to find something no matter what you how you sell your service where your expertise whether you're doing consulting Info Products or affiliate marketing the topic of the niche that you land on really should be a combination of something that you'll passionate about something that you'll good at and something that people are willing to pay for. It's kind of the intersection of those three things I got started consulting teaching people about how to use Asana which for people that don't know is a product management tool and also happened by mistake really. I've been working in marketing fulltime job at an online store here in New Zealand and the company I I was working for we had been trying to find a project management tool to us and everything we tried we went very successful with I found Asana and being just a productivity Gaikkai. I kinda showed it's my boss. Some kind of just took the lead it wasn't really part of my job description but I took the lead on figuring out how to use it and long story short I basically transitioned that company of about about thirty or forty full-timers onto using this project management tool and it was so successful. The boss paid me a bonus. Okay Nice Yeah Yeah. It was my first little clue like this is really people need help with. It wasn't until like probably euro two later when I was working on my business on the side. I was trying to sell info products at the time because that's the sexy pot of online business. Everyone wants to make a digital product and sell it a million times and I still think that's a great way to make money. I do that now but at the time I was like you know what I just WanNa quit my job. I just need to make like a few thousand dollars to go to replace my salary and then I can do this fulltime and so I just kind of was brainstorming. What am I good at? What do I enjoy what do I think people will pay for and I thought back to getting paid that bonus and so I went onto clarity which I think you're on as well and just listed some skills that I had people can kind of search experts in there for these different tools and things they need help with whether it's accounting legal advice and I just listed Asana as one of the Skills Gills and people who started looking cools with me to get help with Donna and so before really kind of going deep on it setting up a website for or anything like that I just kind of listed some skills on on clarity and it was a great to validate my idea and they all just sort of really took off from there okay so this is clarity dot F._M.? It's a cool by the minute salting platform or you can call up an expert <unk> keyword search call up an expert on Asana on infusion soft on in whatever you need help with and you can book time with expert directly so you found just by putting those keywords I can help you with us on people started finding you organically yeah and what I didn't the beginning to kind of help build some of that initial traction and I guess you could do the same full these different directory websites whether you go up work or freelancer one Kahad things about getting started as you have. No history have credibility. There's no reviews and so what I did is I reached out to my network friends family but I had an email list as well and I just said hey if anyone wants some help with productivity Asana anything. Let's get on a cool and clarity CLARITIN. Has this feature way. You can send somebody linked to book with you for free. They don't have to pay so I I did a few of these free coolest not even that many think it'd be five also free Kohl's and it was a great way to kind of practice talking to people on the phone and trying to help people virtually and just kind of get comfortable. I just said the people in response like hey nick can be a review and I got those initial reviews which I really think helped when people did such like Asana consultant and they find this guy and he's got some reviews. It's not just like a blank slate so that was something that really helped build some of that initial traction as well did any of the paid clarity people end up going beyond that fifteen thirty sixty minute call saying okay. You know we need. We need Paul's help. We need in a more serious capacity. Yeah absolutely a few people did clarity was nice way to kind of start a relationship with someone find out what they need help with and it's a great low cost way for them to be able to get on the phone with you for fifteen minutes see. Is this guy legit. Does you know what he's talking about and it would very much snowball into okay. Can we get on another cool to set set up some of these projects in Asano or buildouts templates or actually. Can you do a training workshop with my team and so I did the outside of clarity the year clarity was a great way to get discovered and full clients to kind of dip their toes in the waters of working with me and that makes a lot of sense. I've had the same experience people either want to set up kind of a recurring thing or they'll run a screen sharing software kind of in parallel to the call like the calls gotTa be through clarity so they can track how long both parties or online but they'll be like okay. Let me share my screen with you overhear through zoom or through whatever and then you kind of goes goes from there. That's pretty cool so around. What timeline is this? This is going to be that twenty sixteen twenty seventeen timeframe. Yeah this was happening around mid twenty sixteen. I think I did my first clarity cool in May twenty sixteen and then after I've done a few and like I said it was a great way to validate the idea and I figured yeah people that really interested in getting help with Asana which was which was a big penny. Drop moment for me because I was thinking people can go online inland Mr Free. Why would they pay me but then I very quickly realized well actually these business is they don't have time time? Is that the most important asset they don't have time to read. The articles. Watch videos like I've done. They just want to talk to somebody for somebody to listen and understand that business and for them to say right. This is how you need to use this toll and they're paying for convenience even though yeah the information is free it's online. They're paying for you to foss track that lending that was the number one reason I kept hearing was. I want you to tell me how to do it and save me time. Line was just curious about the timing of it and the client on boarding this. There's rampant period like from okay. I'M GONNA do free calls okay that has led now to people seeing my profile and booking paid calls which is snowballed into these larger contracts yeah so I did the clarity thing and and that was the way to like I said test the idea confirmed some assumptions then I sort of set up dedicated landing page on my website this was sort of towards the later end of Q.. Three of two thousand sixteen about when we were doing the roundtable and I said a page where it was like APU minors Asana consulting and this was before Asana themselves had like upon a program so I was able to rank organically really well for keywords Asana Consulting. I was one of the people doing it so I ranked really well. Organically I set up some Atwood's as well to drive some traffic to that page and and so this will sort of happened yet towards the end of twenty sixteen and very quickly within a few months. This is the great thing I think about consulting within a few months. I was very very quickly able to get that point where I earned my target monthly income number that number which is if I can end this for a few months. I'll quit my job and I did that very quickly through the consulting so by the end of two thousand sixteen yeah I was like right. It's time to quit. I can do this fulltime now. That's awesome congratulations on taking that leap. Do you mind what that number was. The number was I think three and a half thousand U._S. U._S.. Dollars I'm oversee in New Zealand. So that was kind of basically I was like I was ending about. I think sixty thousand New Zealand dollars so I just did a rough currency calculation to work out okay. What's the monthly U._S. number because that's how I'm charging and if I can just replace my salary if I can do that consistently only for a few months that was my minimum? Yes standard like I'll just give it a go. Once I once I reached that number was based on your cost of living or was that based on your clients where in the states like where did they come from. The number that I arrived at was. It was literally just converting my salary into a monthly number in U._S.. Dollars there wasn't much more to that like my salary was it was just that was paying our expenses at the time paying for groceries and the mortgage and things we need to survive and so my rationale was like if I can earn the same working for myself and I have the freedom to work when I want and I'm I'm just looking for myself like I said that was the goal at just want to work myself. If I can earn the same then that's great that that's my number one goal and if I can do that part time time well when I full time I should be able to even more than that. which is how ended up? Do Remember how many hours you're spending on the business on the side at that time around the time. Would you quit the job on the side. I must have been doing around around fifteen anywhere between fifteen to twenty hours a week before and after work usually some early mornings and some some late nights here sure time zone differences all you dealing with glance all around the world so what happens next you take the leap you you quit your job and say hey now and get an extra through forty hours a week to work on this stuff well. Actually the first thing we did is my wife and I highly we'd planned to go traveling that was going to happen anyway. It actually worked out really well. Because we went traveling. We started six months of travel at the beginning of January twenty seventeen so I literally quit my job in the assembly and so a few weeks later we were going six month trip and it ended up coinciding really nicely because transitioning to working for myself fulltime during the trip was was really nice. I basically kept doing the same hours while we were traveling still doing about twenty. Maybe a bit more sometimes twenty five hours a week but funnily enough we traveling through Southeast Asia. We had two months in Bali. We were in Cambodia Vietnam where the cost of living is a lot less despite some flights but the cost of living is is generally a lot lower than what we were paying home in New Zealand.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stock futures are pointing toward a lower opening on Wall Street after Asian shares edged higher. Tuesday's Wall Street rally was fueled by investors buying up tech shares. The Trump administration opted to temporary ease off proposed restrictions on technology sells to Chinese companies, but stock and bond markets are fluctuating some as traders tried to size up, how much damage trade war will do to the global economy. The Trump administration is considering adding video equipment to its growing blacklist of sales to China, Boeing seven thirty seven max aircraft suffered from faulty design. That's the central claim of a lawsuit filed by former transportation department inspector general, Mary chevaux. She filed in federal district court in South Carolina on behalf of relatives of Swedish man killed on the open air flight three. Oh, two in March. And also. Says Boeing was able to rush the plan into production because it faced little oversight from regulators Martin to Carrow, Bloomberg radio. Chugging kelly. This is an infuriating story at a number of different levels. But there's this, this dog walking app wag that I guess, has had some, some issues when people complaining, but so there's this woman in California, she's going to a family wedding in Louisiana, hires this, this woman on wag and the woman had like five star reviews over two hundred of them thought it was great to the two agreed at a price of about three hundred and fifteen bucks. There's just to come over. She's supposed to move in Walker. Two dogs anyway. She gets an alert an electronic alert from the doggie camera. On the day of the wedding out there in Louisiana, and it's this woman walking around naked in her house, sitting on a brand new couch, and she was pretty freaked out for a number reasons the center says hey yeah, I was making got hot and as I said, I don't like wearing clothes. Here's the thing, though, was, I I'm presuming this woman staying at her home. I don't think she was wasn't staying overnight. But she had access to it to come over your dogs alone for four and a half days without having someone stay at your house. Just come and go that doesn't sound right to me. So I mean, I feel like there has to be more of the story. So it's four and a half days. They were using the master bedroom to go in and do whatever they needed to do so, but I'm wondering if this one Mustang at her home because she was. Yeah. Is unreasonable to expect. I mean, should she expect that the woman not have a boyfriend? She, she allowed I guess she approved one visit by the boyfriend, but not other visits. And, and then also she had her parents over for some reason over the house, which was not having a party. I mean it's it's not like they were doing drugs. I mean, it you invite someone to say at your house to dog sit for your dog's. Okay, I get that. But then, are you determine okay? You can only be naked in the bedroom only when you're showering, you can't walk through my house, naked. I mean you kind of have to presume that when people are staying at your house. They may be naked at some point in time. She did she? She says she's freaked out and she bought a brand new couches ruined at four to see that video where she's button aching, you know, sitting on and lane on it that was really hard because, you know, we just thought it. I don't lay down right there. You know. Yeah. It's actually the way that you use your own Cal. Yeah. That's actually I used to know what they were. Okay. I don't really touch it. But you have to assume that if you invite someone to stay at your house that they may be naked in your home at some point, whether it's walking from the bedroom to the shower, you know, I just don't understand. I mean I it's kind of creepy that she's like sprawled out on the couch. Naked kinda creepy, but she's not supposed to I guess her boyfriend came over. They had sex in the master bedroom, and our spare bedroom. She that wasn't part of the agreement. Do you have a contract that says, no sex will be had in my house, four days that you're staying here? Understand this what she approved one visit by the boy fan but not subsequent visits. So, yeah, I guess. Yeah, you're not supposed to be having sex there. And you're not supposed to bring your parents over somebody else's house to hang out. So I guess that is part of the agreement. Yeah. I'm not saying that it was right. But I'm not saying I think if maybe being a little unrealistic to expect that, if you have someone staying at your house to care for your dogs that they're not gonna conduct like businesses usual in your home. The also the also. Yeah. I would make sure those conditions are also said because she's supposed to take the dogs out for thirty sixty minute walks and took him out like just a and brought them back in like five different, too. I mean you can tell when they come in to come up with. I mean, if you're going to have someone state, your house, and you don't I get creeped out about people saying in my room and then my bed, I do it. And I know some people give the master bedroom to guess. I don't it. Creeps me out. So I would say, hey, listen, here's the guest room. You know, this is where you can set up shop for the four days. But, you know, you don't use my if you don't if you don't mind. So I guess she's a she's apologized and the wagons agreed to pay for the, the Cleveland. Exactly Chuck and Kelly five fifty two. That's a good intro. I'm Bill Deger. It's been thinking, whether I thought, oh, that's right to traffic..

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"But when he got to the top, you should've seen just the look of pride and excitement and just how good you could see that. He felt about accomplishing something that he didn't think he could do even twenty thirty sixty minutes ago that was the physically demanding portion of it the emotionally and mentally demanding portion of it. I've not really gonna. To get too much into. But there should be some sort of a task some series of tasks whether that's teaching him how to shoot or having a difficult conversation one conversation. You may wanna have is the birds and bees if you haven't already had that conversation now we have, but we address that. I also at in this point began to critique him a little bit on some things that he needed to improve and some things that he needed to do to be able to to fix those. Incorrect those rectify those behaviors moving forward, and I'm gonna talk a little bit more about that here in a minute. But what I'd like you to start doing? If you're taking notes is think about a physically grueling mentally emotionally and spiritually demanding situation. One thing you could even do is consider having your child memorize upon it like Invictus, for example prior to your initiation. And then when you get into the middle of initiation they have to. Able to recite that to check off what it is there. What tasks that they need to complete over over that series of days or hours, or whatever it may be. So again point number two is physical mental, emotional, and spiritual. If you want to add that component into it as well. Number three is discussion. Are these are opportunities to really talk with your child about what it means to be a man what their role is in society now, and what their role in the future will be and there are roles, I know people like to say that traditional generals or bad, and they're socially constructed. Well, that's not true. All right there biologically constructed. We are made to be men women are made to be women these might be reinforced societally, but they're biologically hardwired into the way that we show up, and it's our job to extract and to magnify into funnel that masculine energy into our boy that excuse me that our boys have into something that will benefit themselves their families and the rest of society. These are not society constructed roles these are biological roles. And we are to teach our boys how to use what's biologically. Hardwired into us for productive outcomes for ourselves and those we have an obligation for. So what I do is. I went down to a little hardware store here in town. And they have these little animal figurines, and I picked up a lion cub, and I picked up a male lion. And I just put him on my pocket, as we were hiking in between tasks I said, you know, I really wanna talk with you about what your role in society right now. And what you eventually alternately are striving to become then I pulled out these figuring 's and I showed him the lion cub. And I said essentially that this is you right now, you are the lion. Cub, you're my son. You are dependent on mom and me and at other adults you are reliant upon us to be able to provide for your way of life and without us you'd really struggle. But ultimately, and I pulled out the the male lion. I said ultimately the objective is to get to this stage. Wjr. And when you get to the stage, it means that you are no longer reliant upon other individuals that you are a protector a provider a Presider that you are capable of doing what men do and your job in life right now as this quote, unquote lion. Cub is to begin to move towards this male lion. You are in training. It's not something that we're just casually going through life, and whatever happens happens. No, you are in training. So when you go to school, you're being trained when you go when we're when we're playing sports, you were being trained when we're having conversations you are being trained.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"So as many people are well aware by many people. I mean, people that know Nigel ni-, we hate the winter pretty much all the time and everything below the temperature of eighty sucks yet. So anything Creggan I live in the places we live. No, I I it's hard to argue with it except you guys live in Florida and Texas which I mean the rest of the are have to win. But this month, it's just glorious. So normally around this time of the year. I started getting very cranky and upset because I hate the winter. And the winner was grey here in the on the east coast. So I to line, and I found this lamp it's called a happy late. And it's a very bright light that bits, you know, a temperature of light between a certain, you know, certain between a certain range, and it's you know, supposedly to. So your skin was orbs it, and you feel better about high UV, discharge or whatever. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So you're always supposed to use it for thirty sixty minutes a day, which is fine. But as so I come down here in the morning plot myself down in my office, and I turn this lamp on. But ready? This is going to be a visual gag for you guys, but they were really people on call. I know. But hopefully, people understand what I'm talking about. If they've ever seen one of these. But ready turn the sucker on you guys ready? Say something Joel kid on. Yeah. I'm really good the video these pristine I have. I know it's fantastic. This lamp is so fricking bright. It's great. But I so the best that I can explain the best that I can explain is that you know, those like new Ellie Elsie the LED rule. Bright headlamps that are like bright white. This is like sticking your face a foot from the front of that thing just letting his shine on your face. But anyway. Fantastic. I don't know if it makes many frigging, happier. But I don't wanna kill people's much. So I guess that's good. I mean, you know, working on a team. I guess we'll take that. That's. I don't take my wrath out on Mitchell's much anymore. That's just not true. So the. So Matt is like I said is is not with us. And he was up next today. So Craig, let's let's jump back to you. What's on your mind? My God man this. A frustrating week for me, so Monday, I'm supposed to fly out and do this, you know, conference thing. So I think I had like a which converts is the CIO conference over in San Francisco and so I- hop in a car like noon, get to the airport. My flights going to be a to figure out grab lunch. No big deal. The second sit down in my chair. It's like Didi your lights delayed fifteen minutes, and I'm like, no big deal. You know, like, I'll just go get a coke. It's fine. Whatever that's where it starts though. Isn't it? No starches the next one. It's like your flight's been delayed and additional here's the problem. So I checked the FAA's website. And it says SFO incoming flights have been delayed in average of four hours fifty seven minutes, and I'm like, what's. And so I look at I think it was flight aware, and they're like, well, it only affects a small number of flights right now. All right. I'm not gonna move it. It's going to be fine. Whatever I eat my lunch. And then it goes ding your flights delayed five hours. Helen. Yeah. Like, you know, you're screwed if they if they just willfully on that second message cross the to our line. Is two hours deadline once they go to hours, then they have to do all kinds of things, you know, if they cross that to our line on the second message. You are worse. Like hanging immediately. I'm like immediately. I'm like, well, I'm barely going to get there in time. You know, like I'm supposed to be at dinner because it's a three hour flight normally to San Francisco or three hours and some odd minutes. Right. So now, we're looking at like five hours, plus three hours..

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"There is. Where where where does that skip? Know the information has had an article out about how some creators they're creating thirty sixty minutes shows, it's too much work to try to create something specially for short firm form, they're not sending your their best projects will let me just say. So it's fine. But honestly that has actually nothing to do with the facts of what is going on. So tell us a fax. The fact sores literally every single studio as Meg said are making content force are giving us access to their best IP and their best talent. You look at the roster of people who rushed in here to collaborate and make work and make shows for us. Whether it's Jason Blom or gear Modell Toro or Steven Spielberg or Mark Burnett or I literally to go on and rattle off for our entire ten minutes. Here the talent that are coming to this because they're excited by the opportunity and financially. It's extremely rewarding model form, which is why the studios are making content. You talk in the agent community today. They will tell you. There isn't a room in which people are not discussing. How do we get in the door? How do we make stuff for Qube today? So I don't know what the article is. That was written. I only can tell you. It's literally one hundred and eighty degrees. The opposite of at least. Like, James corden, Tom Cruise all of them. Well, they're in different stages. So it's inappropriate for us to share people's business before they're ready for us to do it. But there's nobody that we have talked about in no names that have been mentioned here that have not expressed pretty extreme interest in working with us and making content for Corby. Corby Jeffrey Katzenberg there and CEO Meg Whitman coming up. We're going to have more.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

"They're not in any. Specific order here is not great at least or anything. But number one is launching without any kind of incentive for someone to listen to the show when I mean by that typically, I mean like launch without a contest, but this can be any kind of incentive to get someone to buy in and give your your show a chance a shots. Because if no one knows you and no one really you'll have any credibility or anything like that. Like you need to give people a damn good reason to for them to invest ten twenty thirty sixty minutes of their time listening to your show. So a lot goes into that. But I really encourage people to get creative giveaway prizes giveaway. You know, once in a lifetime type of things giveaway some your time if you're a coach, but you need to give some kind of incentive that really gives people the the like make it a really logical release simple. No brainer. Like, of course, gonna listen to Lewis show because he's giving away ten thousand dollars or something like that. Doesn't have to be that crazy of a number. But you get what I mean give away something give some kind of incentive to for people to listen to your show because they don't know you or maybe they do know you. But they don't know how good your podcast is going to be you on Instagram, and you on podcast, many two completely different things. So you gotta get them to buy in somehow some way one tip. I like to do with this is like to figure out what kind of companies strategically aligned with my podcasts. If I have a gardening podcast. I'm going to look for companies that sell gardening tools and ask if they can give some free stuff away in conjunction or in in return. I will promote them on my podcast for a month. Something like that really simple. But you wanna make sure it aligns with goals and the wants of your ideal audience. So you can also look at your industry magazines and figure out one companies are promoting in there and those companies typically have marketing budget and an advertising budget, and guess what? They would love. Free promotion on your podcast with highly targeted listeners. That's is going to be a lot cheaper for them than going in that Dane magazine. So those ways end of the story don't forget to incentivize your listeners, your.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on DLC

DLC

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on DLC

"And now you're making the as a completely you're like ripping me out of that like mental space and making me plays completely different character who if I played redemption one I'm care about. But still like this. I think it's bad storytelling. I just it's not it's you have an epilogue with a completely different person. When I when I say about how does that sound to you like this appealing anyway. Like, no, no, no the epilogue for the first game play as John Marston summit in the first guy. Right. How long it's not long. I think I think it's not super short. But it's not six hours. It's like. Maybe an hour NFL. Yeah. Or something like that. I'm going from my memory of it from years ago. But it didn't feel overlong. It felt like this incredible is incredible moment when you sort of our him, and then you have to do some you have to do some stuff. Like, it's not just go pay respects to dad like you you play some game. But it's not an entirely new game. Like, you sounds like this is. Yeah. I mean, you you you basically become a farm hand. There's this episode of Star Trek the next generation you ever watch that show. I love that show this episode. We're like the card is on the ship. And then he like he they find an alien probe and then like flashes a light at him and he liked passes out. And then he finds himself on a different planet, and he leaves an entire lifetime. Right. You don't forget. I think I wanna say it's inner light is the name of the episode man known. But yeah, I remember that. Yeah. And so he lives he lives an entire life. He lives. Decades. Yeah. Of his life before like resuming as a captain on the ship. And it basically reminded me of that. It's like I'm living in entire life. In this episode this epilogue that should take like a thirty. Sixty minutes is an entire. And I think example of something you see again and again and again with rockstar games. And we've talked about it both in the mechanics and in the storytelling. More isn't always more more is sometimes less, you know. And I mean, luckily, that's not the case here with you in me because we've gone like double the link that I thought we were gonna go, but more in his actually more here. I have enjoyed it very much. But sometimes more is less. I feel like the layer these systems on. Theoretically, it's interesting, you know, in sort of an abstract way, it's interesting to live simulated life of of the west but in in. In how it's plays out for me in practice. It is not particularly compelling..

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Take my life at risk you weren't for it and that's why you were anti texting ban because you're taking away my civil liberties that was your comment to me i here at lewis for sheriff because him phone five now gentlemen both sides did i say that so you want it to be distracted driving i told people on their phone and those there already is distracted driving thirty there eugene prior to the ban you're anti texting bam well let me let me give you one of my favorite quotes of all time i don't think i said that if i did say that i misquoted myself can you give me the audio please oh come on he didn't keep that he only kept the orange pants listen i was always against i watched i if i was able to pass the law i said i wanted citizens to be able to pull people over that they saw texting while driving and they can take out a rubber hosing beat the person with it that's what i wanted to do because i hate it's not just teenagers it's all people it's young people it's guys in trucks it's women in minivans it's everything and they're just down down down now mike you know what you're not that important it's not just the texting though it's those french fries it's the ladies that can't wake up twenty thirty sixty minutes early to do there i make oh my god everyone that is doing anything that listen i on test drives all day long it's scary man people drive and we i truly believe it should be anti distraction ban well don't they already have distracted driving well that should be the entire law so this this is just more they had entered the distracted driving i guess didn't include on the phone texting that kind of stuff great enlisted man i can keep one hand on the wheel and i go to the if i go to the drive through which i don't do very very often i wish i could i could hold a burger in my hand and keep my eyes on the road but what if you drop that fry between what did you spill that copy in your lap one of my coffee it it is i mean that's that's just something that happens you not drink coffee in your car you're not gonna react you should do you not drink coffee in your car are you not gonna the opposite direction because you're reacting to that the hot copy maybe what if all of a sudden coffee would've spider drops down to bite you what distracted driving's a sack the driving i'm all for the texting ban i'm all forty distracted driving band because people in tucson are horrible drivers what if you're what if you're talking to a guy on the radio and you're getting all worked in your like you're waving your hands around that's how you talk and your swerving around four low now they're gonna make a law on that because they hate me i'm jan into my friend ten to whatever you're stuck in your car with your wife and she just nags.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Of cheating nation you had when you sort of a real vision back in twenty four teen what we always wanted to do was democracy prime information we didn't think the quality of financial information in the existing television space was upon of quality that allow people to make investments so to democratize that that meant bringing the best people in the world to the most number of people the best information the world to the highest number of people so to do that the best way of doing its first allowance but his accent that's on your apple tv roku amazon krone cost it's your mobile app it's on transcript for its audio form it's on our website but more importantly it's the price the price to us with something that we really wanted to bring it to a price affordable for student or atari we wanted to bring that information to as many people as possible so we dropped the price from six hundred dollars a year two hundred thousand dollars and the reason telling you about it is at ventures finance listeners his you will first of all all the interviews that you enjoy an adventure to finance you'll find thirty and sixty minute interviews with many of the same guests on real vision and with hedge managers and you'll find documentaries and what we've recently added the platform is a trade idea every single day so everyday you log in there's a top trader sitting down with professional interviewer and they're having a nice ten minute casual discussion where they're presenting to you their best rate idea so it's pretty much it's kind of everything you could want a financial family you get the deep thirty sixty minute interviews and you also okay how can i make money right now that we was a new web making money that is becoming a big secular ships of the world another about starting a business and the startup an entrepreneurship space is really interesting because people now realizes an opportunity to create wealth from starting in business i mean we're talking a we workspace where we're surrounded by like minded people all desperately trying to start in businesses to create their future wealth we've much really important that's part of the finance space but it's the new space of business that nobis really addressing and we think we.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"There is like a play element every single day of adding thing that's could add more play into your life flick adventure fawn um and you rachel herself every single day like did you live up to your potential in terms of fawning like relationships in meaningful conversations and yes businesses well butts like okay be scheduled thirty minutes to do something that's just fun to years ago we used to go played frisbee all the time down the street you would force me to stop you stand in front of my dad's he go no we're going to play for it'd be right now and i gotta tell you that was unbelievable so much i felt the shift in my coming back then after thirty minutes after playing for his b s my focus was even then you know a little stronger a little better at previous previously was when i was spending hours and hours and hours without getting myself an opportunity to play the break i think that's important is like health is key and you as a new father you know you're not sleeping as much because you've got a baby crying every thirty sixty minutes you can't really control you could try to go to sleep at a certain time would have dubbed babies crying you're up yeah and so i think it's important to foot schedule time to move your body right you know my girlfriend jansher's a doctor physical therapy so she's always talking about movement and the power of that every time i do it i feel better but also play and i think we get the schedule even though it's like seems like it's going to be even busier this year i almost feel like if we you know we were talking with tiffin christina earlier just how we can schedule everything ahead and pre do a lot of our content any information so we're just so far ahead and i think when we have a strategy and a schedule in place then we can be a month ahead so we can schedule thirty minutes played frisbee or take a hiker take the afternoon off friday and have all at one go hike or something like that so if that's what i'm excited about is how can we continue to elevate our vision our impact revenue goals all those things but also have more fun and enjoyment.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"And then seldom now i'd be a really happy but i can't go back just like i can't go back and bet on that horse that was 51 if you but ten thousand dollars and horses fifty to one you're gonna make a lot of money still doesn't mean it's an investment it means that you one that that what's the next bet what was set horse going to do the next time uh must segue into the next topic or not so segue just go to mix up a is liquidity one of the things that these are easy to move and the trade and the transfer uh the problem is as the demand has increased uh these blocks that are designed to be processed once every ten minutes you have more and more transactions so more more transactions have to be delayed so the transactions won't happen and ten minutes though happen in 24 thirty sixty minutes you might have to wait four five blocks and there'd been reports of people waiting up to a day or longer for a simple transaction to go through because the amount of transactions that are being done in a fixed period of time based on those mathematical models that get harder or easier and they're going to get harder will force it the stay at ten minutes for a block of data of a certain size to be solved now by transaction do you mean someone is spending a bitcoin in some way i mean i've noticed there are actually some major retailers who are now accepting bitcoin dislike they would v semester carded center in and some of them are so they can collect they can collect the bitcoin's on their on their own and start filling their wallet the word we learned earlier but if they want to then liquidate them for dollars uh they're going to have to sell them to somebody and that's going to have to go through an actually all those other transactions are going off to clear through the block.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Pay four four five hundred forty two forty two aged couple of stories mention here before we move onto our next topic sometimes i think this is an thanksgiving eve that it's april fool's day judging by some of these stories like this one in the herald t malls five hundred thousand dollar plan to urge ride she a delays this is the bta rapid transit boston the subways the buses the commuter rail the mbta is weighing spending more than a half a million bollars on a plan to convince longsuffering key riders to understand and appreciate lengthy service disruptions of plan submitted by one of the companies looking to lay on the contract understand that appreciate linked be service disruption so what what could what could be mbta say to you to help you appreciate a fifteen thirty sixty minute delay obtrain the nothing absolutely nothing and by the way what is it going to be like when recreational marijuana becomes available to the tea riding public along with everybody else on on july 1st so now more worried about the tea driving public how about the 10minute delay will suddenly seemed like it's five hours the riders are going to be vince earlier once up pot becomes even more readily available than it is now but wait there's more story marsha coakley you don't marsha coakley the former attorney general who while lost the she's the hillary clinton the massachusetts losing eminently winnable races first scott brown in 2010 for the senate and then to what charlie baker in 2014 for governor marsha coakley she was the attorney general and it was all was said if you wanna in real good stick it in one of marshes lawbooks hopefully has today been appointed as the lawyers as one of the lawyers to lead the state houses sexual harassment probe so in other words they're going to leave no stone unturned except the one the predators are hiding under this the wbc after they found the the state chemist drug addict that i wrote about that i a little bit of my call of sonya farrukh she said i thought she'd said fortunately nothing has gone wrong here no cases had been compromised by the fact that this woman has been snoring and ingest all of the evidence that's been coming in to the state police crime lab for the last for the are in the western part of the state for the.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Used to care about this show but thirty to sixty minutes this man spent more time with my wife spans getting ready like this is ridiculous how can that possibly be a part of your routine thirty sixty minutes myths gabri that more time than thermal good time spent in the bathroom that is more time than you have ever spent prepared for this patrick beverley was being introduced by the clippers he said this quote i'm not chris paul i'm not chris paul i'm not chris paul put saying that he's not me he their tickets behind the curtain i'm a professional basketball player i give played a runup down the court and i pull myself from being an international prospect to possibly being on a roll to being a journeyman to finding a home and stay in power in houston as a defensive player guests effort energy and tenacity and improved 3point shooter natural although typical point guard score i as you see with most teams in the league he is the cana god that can be an irritant which is why he's on your roster chris fall as the ultimate floor general so there to total different players and prospects and i'll see where he was gone he basically said well chris paul chris ball carefully deepens as well as i can and doc rivers barbara shatter next very troubling news scientists have discovered analyzing bones and using computers and smart people things that the tyrannosaurus rex did not have the ability to run fittest kinda walked around all the time rhona thoroughness or rescue it does it because if i recall correctly it would be hard to run because their arms the social jail they don't have basilan jalen blessed dinosaur in jail and you know you don't run with your arm train iran with your legs you when's the last time you run and are on their first or the okay.

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"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"thirty sixty minute" Discussed on KELO

"Credit cards that month all right thank you tom busby it's 25 minutes past the hour we're going to check in with truck good morning chuck rich good morning i've been one of the reasons i'm a lucky man is that i don't have to review movies i don't really want to see this is especially true for video if i dislike the movie in the theaters there's not a whole lot of reason and to review it when it comes out of home homevideo unless you want to warn people against it resolve i sound like kind of an easy greater but not today a cure for wellness now out on homevideo about deigned to her as an ambitious executive whose company sends him out his job depends on it confine wanted there executives who has written really weird stuff to them they can't exactly track him down he does that sort of spa resort you might call it a prison depending on which is what you see at the base of the swiss alps he goes there and it's like a horror movie in that what is a horror movie you want to tell him it john drink that yolk lamented that door don't listen to the doctor played by jason isaacs accent and this charming voice that you know that don't don't do any of the things he tells you to do and he finds the man that he's trying to fine who doesn't want to leave apparently no one wants to leave this movie's almost two and a half hours and a a cure for wellness was on for thirty sixty minutes when i started my wife this better be going somewhere if you see a lotta of and you're curious short sea it cure for wellness on giving this one at the all right thank you chuck rich it's twenty six minutes past the hour this is i lights.

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