35 Burst results for "This Year"
A Prayer for All Graduates Facing an Uncertain Future
"Facing an uncertain future written by debbie mcdaniel and read by kelly. Gibbons for i know the plans. I have for you declares the lord plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you a hope and a future jeremiah. Twenty nine eleven. The season of graduation and new beginnings can bring a mixed bag of emotions. Too many of us though. It's a time of celebration and fresh starts. The letting go process can bring some pain to yet. Parenting is often just about that. The letting go and whether it's letting go as they head to kindergarten or letting go as they head to college or straight off into their first job it can be difficult no more so in these uncertain fearful times. We are currently facing as a nation as a world. But there's hope to remember. Our children are his no matter where they go or how old they are. They are in his care. They are in his hands and he has a great purpose for them in this life. And that's the very best place we can let them go. We're entrusting them again straight into the safe care a powerful and loving god and that's the safest place they can be. His hands are big to carry to hold to protect to cover to lead and he loves each one of them more than we could ever imagine. This world is more uncertain than ever. But god is always faithful and true. Here is a special prayer of blessing for our graduates this year. Let's
Proposed Tariff a Disincentive for Household Renewable Energy
"Scheme has been mooted to make us pay to put our excess energy into the grid as sola peaks in household systems. And we have spare. Is this a good idea. He alison crook a former australian businesswoman of the year. I have talked on. Previous science shows about our social enterprise in other community energy. Australia's first community owned energy retailer and about a vision for self sustaining. Resilient communities in which power is generated stored and shade locally. No one is left behind in the shift to renewables. Jobs are created locally and money is kept circulating in communities in our is now almost five years old and we have much to celebrate. We now service. The whole of new south wales and have just moved into southeast queensland whereabout to install efforts community sized battery athas social impact solar garden for community groups and low income households is operating. And we'll be reporting soon. Unauthorised pilot micro agreed fifty percent. Our profits will go back to the communities of customers and already through the generosity of customers. We've been able to provide sizeable sums to groups such as the black guy liberation ladder and the bushfire relief if it's ablaze. Eight and red cross during covid. Nineteen in twenty twenty. Some of our wonderful customers even made the solar credits on bills available to pay for the energy of households that were struggling working with community groups around the country where on the way to proving that energy companies can operate at community level and be hugely beneficial while doing so. But today i'm here to talk about a recent draft ruling by the australian energy market commission. The emc on excess pricing and incentive arrangements for distributed energy resources or as the headline news has it attacks on solar. What's to be clear. The ruling declared that the export of energy from households and other small providers by distributors. That's the polls and was is a service and it permits the distributors to charge for this service in the same way that we're currently charged by distributors to bring energy to us. The ruling has been made because agreed was constructed for one way energy flows and it is gradually becoming incapable of supporting the two way energy flows involved in twenty-first-century energy system with its massive amounts of domestic and business solo and storage already twenty percent of customers in the national electricity market have rooftop solar and this conservatively expected to double or even triple by twenty forty and all would expect to be able to export any excess energy to the
Extracting Fossils From Their Rocky Tombs
"Like many kids of the eighties. When i first saw drastic park. I wanted to become a paleontologist gently brushing sand and stones away to expose a perfectly preserved skeleton in reality. They want you to at the active getting fossilized bangs out of brook. That's encapsulated them. For tens of millions of years as less brushing brushing and more buzzy and really and well bloody noisy. This start is really fun every now and again. That is paleontologist. Ben francis shelley. And we'll get back to those tools. Sick pre pandemic into the basement of the melvin museum. To show me just how. Hey and his colleagues removed fossils embedded in rock the barnes hayes working on lunchtime souls instead there remains of ancient wiles and dolphins and when they died millions of a guy they body sank to the sea floor and covered in soft mud and sediment over time that sediment hardened into limestone which these days form. The cliffs along victoria coast ben in others gone regular expeditions to say what fresh fossils have been exposed by the wind and waves. When you get a specimen in an it's mostly embedded in rock. It's been there for twenty. Five million years held healthy. Get it out the first step that you have to do before anything else. As you have to. Cut the exposed boeing. That's at the surface with a lot of different clues that can cure the action specimen hot as well. We tend to use something known as paranoid seventy two. It's polymer resin and when we add it with acetone the base of about three percent. What it does is. It hardens the surrounding bone. So we can take back and then we can be certain. That bone is probably going to be a lot stronger than when we actually left it in the field
Travel to Utah - burst 1
"Likes the extreme cold into me. Utah super cold during the winter. I know the the winter to supposed to be cold but to me it's just super cold And i love to see snow because it just looks like the movie. But i prefer the summer and the sun because in my opinion it's just better. I know some will agree and some won't and that he's okay comment on our facebook page whether you like the summer or winter better now. I'll let you know that will be going over attractions food and fun facts about this elevated life state. You said what i did there. I added that life elevated. But i said elevated life. That's from commercial anyways as always i want to share with you. Were you can go to find more information to plan your travels. You can go to visit utah. Dot com for more information regarding national parks ski resorts stargazing spots outdoors activities and winter activities. Planning your visit and more explore this website and find out where you can create your next new memories and remember. This is in no way sponsor. So i'm just being naive is letting you know about a good website to go to to find more information about this state okay so for attractions you have a variety of stuff that you can explore to make new memories like mentioned before this is a state that various unacceptable depending what season of the year. You decide to go with this mine. For winter there are many places in the state of utah where you can go in ski or snow. Whatever you're into for skiing utah. Many for this kind of activity which
Alex Taub on Digital Horse Racing
"Our guys bang bang. I've got alex here with me. What's up man is going on. We're doing it in miami is. we're all right. What the hell is z. Said zette dot. Ron has taken over. The world is digital horse racing. Yes so i got into it about a month and a half ago all right. That scares everyone immediately when it's only six weeks but that's shown contacts. Yeah i've got. I got into about a month and a half almost two months ago Some like backstory. I've a friend drew drostan. His great guy runs a thing called red beard ventures and He tried to get me into. Mba top shot in like early will try to get into mba top shot like october november december time over the past year and that was only twenty of the and that was really early. That would've been a good time to get the shot. And then he was in miami actually at the end of the year beginning of beginning of january and december. And we're sitting down at some hotel and he's like showing me he's like. I just spent like fifteen hundred bucks. I bought his zion williamson cosmic hollow. Like one out of fifty. I might do. What are you doing like. Why are you spending just flushed. Fifteen hundred bucks toilet. And he's acknowledged. John moran i bought. This is vince. Carlos show all these like cosmic hollows whatever. I was like what's going on. He's like just by pack. Experience it to me about a week to buy a pack and when i did all this is really cool like the opening of it and Anyway flash forward about a month later. His portfolio is worth about over two million dollars on a graph thousand dollar investment.
Gov. Eric Holcomb Vetoes Bill Limiting Local Health Orders
"Is speaking out against a proposal in the State house that would limit local health order. See Indiana Public Health Association says the legislation could significantly damage public health in the state. At issue is the measure the governor vetoed earlier this week. General Assembly wants to allow county commissioners and mayors to put together emergency orders and reverse decisions by local health departments. The I P H A is asking to collaborate with lawmakers for what it calls a more comprehensive approach. A simple majority vote in both state House chambers could override the veto. One thing that we learned over the course of the last year and a half is things shift and things moved. So I don't want to. I don't want to give up that solid ground. I think the proof is in the pudding. When you look at the number The Public Health Association is holding a news conference this afternoon. At one. The state
Environmental Concerns Arise Over Energy Needed To Mine Bitcoin
"Making or mining. Bitcoin requires a lot of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels now at the same time states are making a push for clean energy. So does something here have to give. Here's von golden from member station w. skg in new york's finger lakes about one hundred. People are walking down the shoulder of a highway overlooking seneca lake. They're heading down to the greenwich generation. Power plant the natural gas-fired facility generates some electricity. Oh what's gotten. The attention of. The activists is their generation of bitcoin. They're protesting today. Because greenwich is looking to expand. Its bitcoin mining. That would probably mean burning. More natural gas emitting more greenhouse gases. Yvonne taylor is vice. President of seneca lake guardian and is leading the opposition to greenwich. We simply cannot allow this ludicrous scheme of burning fossil fuels to make fake money in the midst of climate generating or mining. Cryptocurrency is complicated. there's no actual mining the gist. Is that a whole lot of computers. Do a whole lot of calculations to create digital currency that requires a ton of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels. And that's the case with greenwich. The plant isn't always producing electricity for the grid so a few years ago. They figured out they could make a profit by using excess power to mind bitcoin. Dale irwin manages. The plant came up to that. It was a very good business solution for irwin. Won't say exactly how much more the plant will emit with its expansion. Only that it'll be in compliance with its
Forest vs. Highway: The Eternal Canadian Battle
"You explain them. Exactly what the conservatives are trying to do and how it would impact the green belt so the conservatives in ontario want to do. Is they want to build this highway. Which is about sixty kilometers The idea is that it would kick starts which they say we need given the economic fallout of covid nineteen and that it would also like help with those congestion issues. We're talking about the problem. Is the route runs through the greenbelt and it runs through a lot of other protected areas as well. we're talking like wetlands endangered species habitat in you know in the light of twenty twenty one. I think people people have questions about whether that's the best thing to do the other reason. This is controversial because this project was actually shelved by the previous liberal government. They studied this thing for years and years and years. What they found is that it would probably save drivers on average like less than a minute. It would also cost at least six billion dollars. That's like a low estimate and that it could have a really really difficult impact on the environment so when the progressive conservative survived. This idea which they did in twenty teen there was. There was a bit of you i think. Tell me about that. Pushback i mean for people outside of ontario And maybe even outside of toronto in the green belt area. Maybe they don't understand how bitter this fight has been better is a really good word for it. So at first the conservatives revived this idea in two thousand eighteen. Soon after they're elected they also kind of save. They want to review the environmental assessment for the highway which is like a boring word but the environmental assessment is really important because that lets the government see what the impact on the environment is going to be and it will also help them mitigate any issues so they announced that they want to streamline that and possibly start working on some early things like new bridges before that assessment is even done. There's a bit of immediate pushback from environmentalists. But it's also quiet. I wrote about it a little bit last year in the summer when the government finally announced the final route but even then it was really just environmentalists. Who were upset about it. I think The communities along route were probably supportive of that. There wasn't really a broad public pushback and then in early twenty twenty one something just clicked and it's hard to put a finger on exactly what it was
Failure Friday: Manufacturing in China, How Hard Can It Be?
"My name is alex. And i'm the same velvet we create low self planners and journals that focus on self care habit goals and pets no growth. Nfs sheriff business. We had a middle van here in australia. Handle the entire manufacturing process for but we went early satisfied with the result in a second year. We decided to find a new manufacturer right in china and deal with them directly. We naively thought we'd have more control over. The manufacturing process and be able to reduce the percentage of defective quiz we clearly outlined and definition of a defective product to which they agreed they agreed to compensate us is the percentage of defective goods exceeded the agreed rate of two percent. A sample was made and it takes all al boxes. There were no red flags that we thought a couple of months later a stock arrived. And this is where the nightmare begins. We started talking the boxes early to find scratches and intense on the front cover which made them unsellable. The divider ribbons frayed and unevenly cut. And that wasn't even the worst of it. We didn't discover the worst of it until awake. Lehto off to sending hundreds of orders received an email from a customer explaining that her diary had planned on with missing september and the thought a lot of confusion. Because we didn't even think this could be an issue. We quickly started flipping through plan after plan on and bam another planet. We've missing pages. Another planet in the incorrect auto. I felt like the business we had built was crumbling cashed. Thankfully tom the other enough is pretty calm. Crosses he decided the best thing we could do is to earn mistake. We sent an email to our customers who had patches informing them of the situation. We asked them to thoroughly check. Their plan is and to let us know if they had a defective plan with missing pages or pages in the incorrect off. The replies flooding. And i felt seek to my stomach's fortunately most of the replies we customers thanking us for honesty and reassuring us that their plan was just fine
Net Zero - Impossible Dream?
"It's really interesting that we were talking almost exactly a year ago tenth of my last year and you will co-signatory to another lesser with a gang with Wolfgang studies when you're talking about a statement from fatty. All who is the general secretary of president off the international energy agency. He was talking about a building green. And you were saying well if we actually maintain the reduced levels of carbon emissions that we've seen during lockdown and make any difference at all because relatively small. Okay then we'll be out all discussion you talking about carbon capture and storage and particularly about which is bio energy with carbon. Capture storage restriction. Yup and how that could be a negative technology and actually if we captured the common from the combustion process than the trees would absorb carbon and therefore we would have a net reduction in combination the street with sound a great idea but now he come forward and there's another letter that yoko signatory to and one of the things in that is the you believe that becks is not going to solve the solve. The problem probably not know. Where do we go from here. I guess you've got gotta stop burning fossil fuels. That's where we've got. That's what we've always had to be. Yes yes yes but it's going to be so difficult as it. I mean i've been talking to people who say oh. We're going to have to get rid of all petrol cars from two thousand nine hundred thirty. Actually the rule ruling at the moment is we're going to have to stop selling. Petrol caused people be allowed as things stand to continue to run them of for as long as trump. But i think the truth is if we're going to achieve net zero. We are actually going to have to eliminate the use of fossil fuel cars amongst other things. Paul is at least twenty thirty
Tesla’s Demand Is Through the Roof
"That's the stock. After popping up in the pre market from the story this morning did fade throughout the day. Finishing down one point one percent to six hundred and sixty three dollars fifty four cents that compared to the nasdaq which recovered to end the day. Finishing up four tenths of a percent as getting into the electric story. This was published about three hours before market open today. Article headline reads tesla's demand is through the roof already. Sold out this quarter. Electric rates quote tesla's currently seeing exponentially strong demand for its vehicles as it is already sold out for the quarter according to sources familiar with the matter and quote expanding on that they also right that quote sources familiar with the matter told electric that tessa communicated to employees that production capacity for the second quarter is already sold out with still almost two months left in the quarter and quote. This would follow. Elon musk's comment on the qn earnings call at the beginning of last week. Where he said demand is the best they've ever seen now. It's not really unusual for tesla to be quote unquote sold out for a quarter. I would say happens. Most quarters in fact but generally that happens in waves in accordance with how tesla decides to you. Prioritize shipments of vehicle for example were five weeks into the quarter. At this point in time it would be pretty typical for maybe international deliveries to be sold out as tessa would be prioritizing and be production of for overseas markets so they have time to ship it deliver it within the same quarter then a few weeks after that we might predominantly see the east coast being sold out and tesla just prioritizing production for delivery in california where that surround time is the fastest selling out for an individual quarter. Wouldn't be anything new but to do it at this point in the quarter again just five weeks in would seem to be. I don't know probably the earliest. We've seen that happen in the last couple of years. Oftentimes and past quarters. We've also seen tesla offer a small quarter and incentive to make sure that people either take delivery when they're scheduled or as a way of balancing demand in a specific location because tussle authorship vehicles before they actually have orders in anticipation of demand in that location. But of course you can never forecast those things perfectly so some of those quarter and incentives can help bounce those out notably. I didn't see any indication of doing anything like that in key. Want
Tthe Good and Bad of Islam: David and Mohammad of the Ask an Iranian Podcast
"The good and bad with Islam is obviously a trick questions. So we appreciate that you know. You're testing here. Obviously it's so good Just for the audience then they obviously also know that as well but I'm i made an interesting point before. We were recording a distinction here. Why yeah distinguish between islam and muslims. Because obviously there's nothing bad about islam. Islam is good but Might be mistakes or bad. Things that muslims do as long as flawless muslims are not necessarily flooded so yeah the muslim tapping been doing bad things up history as people do as people to. Yeah so yes. So if there's anything bad about islam it is basically the western depiction of islam. Which is of course There is another method of hostility and animosity to it so it has not been portrayed fairly so by the time. I think we're done with this conversation you'll know and you both will. Number two is as well. Yeah i mean. That's that's the aim absolutely albouy means with. I think we'll hopefully then brandon. You're slowly growing beer. Yeah mentioned and none of my family is recognised. I think is issue. We should probably also preface this by giving a bit of a background as to how Mohammed denied familiar with islam because with a million different ways Mahmad story is is He can explain it. Yeah i was born here. And my familiarity or or Becoming a muslim was. When i was twenty five years old and came to iran for the first time and then checked out my best certificate and realize the i've been claimed muslim At that point Up until then. I grew up in a christian nation in England thinking that i was process protestant christian and Yeah i was corrected upon being twenty-five and coming to
Podcast Advertising 101 with Heather Osgood
"Heather so grateful so happy that you're here with us to get started. Your background is awesome. Because not only are you somebody that has experience in radio sales. You've been in account executive in the newspaper business and for ten years you had your own trade show production company. I'm curious to start. What lessons did you learn in those roles. That helped you on your podcast. Yeah i earned. Oh much from. I would say all of my journey and the starting an odd sandals was nearly everything that i needed just to kick start my period because we started what i think is one of the hardest things sell which radio advertising and i was rounded by all of these amazing sales people who taught me so much and more than anything. They just really taught me the art of persistence and not giving up on the goal that i had set for myself so i really feel like that foundation and radio. Sales really helped pave the way for my entire career so yeah just a ton of learning lessons. I doubt i don't doubt it in so let's talk a little bit about the name. True native media. How did you come up with that name. Why did you choose to do something that uses those words. Why are those words meaningful for you. Yeah so trimming of media came from the idea of native advertising. So if you're not in. The advertising thieves is essentially a wet native. Advertising is ads with in content that feel like content so of course advertising whenever trying to trick anyone whenever trying to make them feel like something is content when it's actually advertising but we look at the types of ads that people respond to the onto advertisement at feel like an experience that you'll let content the something that you want soon and the value podcast. Advertising is host read endorsement ad right and snow. When i'm listening to a podcast and my my favorite hosts that i really know like and trust is they're saying garage like pros made my hair. Absolutely beautiful like vice. Have to go check this out. It doesn't feel as much like an ad as feels like media friend of mine recommending a
Jen Ruiz Shares How She Hid Rental Car Damage
"John thanks so much for joining us today. We're so excited to have you on. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be here. I know with your background. You have been to so many different places you wanna. Your goal was to do twelve trips in twelve months. Clark super excited to hear about your experience of the different drivers in those areas. So what would you say is one of the most craziest driving experiences you have had. Yes it was in twelve months so it was my year of adventure reform my thirtieth birthday where i wanted to see as much as possible while i was still in my twenties and i had a lot of different driving experiences. I rented a car and drove throughout the south of france. I went in south america peru around different places so i had a lot of different driving experiences. I would say definitely. South of france stands out because it was a bucket list item for me. And i wanted to during the summer specifically so that i would be able to drive through the lavender fields and the sunflower fields. And just get all of the wonderful. Summer smells and feel like i was in province. Did you ever end up driving in any of these different places. And what was your experience like if you did yes. I drove in a lot of the places. Sometimes i would take public transportation. It really depended on. Where was that. I was going but yes with the south of france. I did a seven day road trip. I flew into paris. And then i took the train down to avignon from there. I picked up a car. And i was able to go around the entire area to see all kinds of different things kind of real life places. Where van gogh painted and so you can see the inspiration for the famous paintings and everybody knows different gorges and mountains that were really lovely to see the different coastal cities. They're in the south of france. Until i drove all throughout that on my own.
Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse
"So today. We're releasing a special live episode of the show. It's my conversation with paul davison and rohan. Seth co founders of the social media app clubhouse. I spoke with pawn rohan back in april for a how i built. This live event that we did on clubhouse now. If you don't know a clubhouse is that may be because you choose to ignore news and that's okay no judgment but basically it's a social media app but in audio format clubhouse allows people to an audio chat rooms to discuss anything from sports to politics to networking and currently the app has over ten million users clubhouse launched in march of twenty twenty just as the pandemic began shutting things down. The timing couldn't have been better since there was a newfound demand for people to connect. Virtually paul ro haunt of started working on what would eventually become clubhouse a year earlier in two thousand nineteen. It was the first business they ever worked on together which is surprising because before that they kind of lived. Parallel lives both attended stanford for undergrad and grad school. Both spend time working at google and both started social media apps that were eventually acquired the first place paths could have crossed was at stanford row. Han came to the. Us from india and was getting his undergraduate degree in computer. Science and paul was trying to break into the startup world while he was at stanford graduate school of business and honestly. It's probably generous to claim that. I that i knew what i was doing. I was just really interested. In getting involved in the start up world and so i like the idea of going back to stanford and just immersing myself in that so it was a great experience. I went back to school there and spent most of my time just working on independent research projects working with local startups and entrepreneurs doing small group dinners and faculty lunches and and thinking about start-up ideas and business school. I think is kind of what you make of it
How To Stop Your Customers Walking Away
"How to stop your customers walking away when the wrong people find you. Don't want him to walk away when customers povey club. They're more like stay with you for the long run. The focus of this year. The media comes from ascension by on maidens bruce dickinson a recent active campaign event delivered by jason. Momoa answer to the question. What's the difference between a customer. And a fun. Bruce replied customer is a person who can walk away. Bruce doesn't want customers. He wants fans five zero prepared to stand in a wet field waiting for his bound to come to the stage. And it's not that different if your business. Perhaps the word fans might be taken a bit too far but at the same time. Everything feels better. When life isn't just focused on transaction exchanges from the media perspective. A customer would be someone who booked to attend one event and then didn't make any further appearance or would show up only sporadically in itself. Absolutely fine everything. We create will be embraced by everyone. But naturally i want to make turning up for event. Something of a habit from the of the media were nine events to the in person events that we make a comeback in two thousand and twenty one. I want people to enjoy each occasion and to be left wanting more. Perhaps it comes down to how you find a customer if only care about making a single sale cut corners the managed to convince them. That you're selling is essential. You might just close us out complete in the interaction. whilst that i'm believe in finding fans in a business context i think trenton and audience that develops into a community with community members on both. The long term is important. You don't have to aspire to happen fans but you should recognize that people feel good. Knowing they belong the power something community can feel only be achieved if people have an attachment. What you do it. People moving from being customers to community members is about stepping up a rung on the no light tressler staying around and you both being able to take something from your developing relationship and he listened to the lascaux to explain more for you when people come over to your side you have to prove buy into your world is a wise choice and that you won't let them down. This is king's people with you if you pause or stop activity. You're giving people a reason to walk away. It's why i kept you the media only going but ramp things up during the pandemic
Interview With Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code
"Welcome to our mother's day episode of skimmed from the couch. Our guest today is rush. Mr johnny she is the founder of girls who code and today. We're going to talk about working moms over the past year. We have seen just how devastating this pandemic has been for women who are losing their jobs dropping out of the labor force at alarming numbers. Reshma has proposed a marshall plan for moms to get women back to work to create sustainable solutions for working women in the future inc. You so much for coming back on the couch with us today. This is actually second time on the show. I i think that's the first time we've ever had anyone twice a lot of a lot of history happening by really really excited to dig in here excited to be here. I love everything you're doing enough. Silk set a chat with you you while first of all as we can set up here just now we just spent ten minutes both like location setting up our zoom changing headphones. Changing voice note record. How are you like. How is this year ben for you. You know. it's been rough right. It's been rough. And i think we're this strange now where you know. There's a shift. But i think everybody i know feels really off and having a hard time like readjusting to whatever that new normal is and i've been like meditating on it and i think for me it's just i don't feel as motivated as i felt before i need an adrenaline rush. I think working with my kids under my feet. I feel like i just need to be at in a space place rachel constantly have sensory overload. Because that's really what i'm struggling with.
"this year" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Some of these are obviously fake ridiculous. But most of these are real guys. Most these are real people get across city to where it comfortably all this year. Your smile shield is your face elements of she food. How helpless your last shouldn't have to make it fun. It science it's science..
The Host: The Story of Late Night TV
"Night feed island. When i was really young. I began by listening to late night. Shows from bedroom down the hole in my house in brooklyn. My dad would be up late watching and laughing. I can still hear that laughter. Dad was a big fan of steve allen. Who started the whole thing on. Nbc's tonight show in the nineteen fifties. Steve allen has had a huge influence on all the late night hosts who followed especially with the wild stunts used to try like diving into a tub jello. Continued doing stuff like that david. Letterman once famously jumped against a wall wearing a velcro suit. Dad got a lot of laughs. Out of things like alan covering himself in teabags and jumping into a pool then he got a different kind of laugh from the next tonight host. Jack parr who conversation and wit in hollywood one day. You're putting your footprints in cement. The next day nixing it and then came the king. When i was very very young might first memories are watching johnny carson. That's the voice of one of tv's latest and freshest late night hosts amber ruffin and him. Having the coolest delivery i've ever seen a year in which america spent two hundred billion dollars on defense and that was just for condoms that coolness unmatched
"this year" Discussed on Accessible Astrology with Psychotherapist + Astrologer Eugenia Krok, MA
"This is such an amazing time to move deep into that place inside of yourself the tools. I'm offering it accessible. Shali liked the rising sign education support groups as part of what i'm offering to help you move through this year. The pre launch of the core. Successful shaw one on one is available to move us through this year. We're doing everything we can to serve humanity in the way we can if you support our work if you resonate with our work we are here to serve you..
"this year" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"They're like men enough. There's no contact like we're gonna say thanks. This is it's bittersweet it was very bittersweet because you do feel like a family And i do feel kind of bad for the girls. That are rookies. this year. Having to experience it that way because it's a different. It's just a weird distance that i know. No one in sports illustrated wants to go. But it's just everyone protecting themselves and being safe but it's just everything's a lot smaller But the the vibe the energy is still the same where everybody's just a little more distant and still screaming for you and giving you energy and hyping you up on set and then like i don't buy i feel like i had better interviews honestly this year because i was able to. I was able to learn about myself. this year. over everything That's gone on and really give.
"this year" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"The the key is to have less. And i think the other thing is for officials is that when they look at each other and go. This guy's in the finals you know. I think i should have been there this year. Or you know someone who wants to get into the playoffs and that same program. I think i should be the crew cheap. It also happens about this which officials make less mistakes. It's not about the officials not making mistakes. It's about who makes less mistakes. So that's the issue and sometimes that's political playing because some people will stand back and not commit to something because they wanna make less mistakes extent interesting but when you're when you're watching a crew is a team. You're seeing who a proactive people. And you're seeing people who are. Sometimes i wouldn't say the word hiding but a more cautious and in officiating. You have to be cautious. But you have to be proactive. Show me that you are looking to target things and be part of of Of just a converting good good decision making. What's my listed as a this me love. You know your audience. Then that's.
"this year" Discussed on The Daily
"On their own. I don't it's. I feel very inadequate i feel like i'm not doing well at all and i don't know i don't know what the secret is. That's what is killing me. 'cause i'm them you know i'm i'm these kids. Like a lot of her students growing up. No one in his family had been to college and now she teaches students. Who need a little extra support in getting air and she knows how the small things like having a connection with. Just one teacher can make the difference. I feel bad. Because usually i know a lot about all of them and i don't this year like if i were just to see them in front of me i'd be like who are you 'cause i've just seen your picture you know and that's sad it's it's the magic is not happening. This.
"this year" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
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"this year" Discussed on Shout from the Tabletops
"Well yeah. This year was a weird. We absolutely now now. now i just. I don't think you want to invest you. Don't want to invest that much into a guy that's a career. Backup you talking shit about your boy mitch. Now time will tell. That's all you can do is just wait and see kind of deal What's what's.
"this year" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"That's why we have called for vaccination of all health work go to an older people to be underway in all countries in the first hundred days of this year. The pandemic will recede but we will still be left with many of the same challenges we had before it struck. There is no vaccine for poverty. Climate change and inequality w jaw remains plugged committed to serving all countries to control the pandemic and to build the healthier safer fairer world. We all want. I thank you.
"this year" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"This is the michigan podcasts. Were all about michigan politics and policy in the national stories impacting. Our wasn't rentals while common ground seems less and less common these days. That's never been more important that we work toward up. I know you're used to me saying fix the damn roles this year. What's also fixed the dam road ahead find common ground to grow our economy get families and businesses back on their feet it starts by ending the pandemic the health of our economy is inextricably linked to the health of our people effectively rebuilding our economy. This year requires that we protect public health and that hurdle is cleared easier and quicker if worked together.
"this year" Discussed on Feedback Friday by Really Good Emails
"Bleed off the edges or something more in line with the feeling i get from these But i you know the main thing that i that i have with this thing is like so much as working for this email but i feel it really gets not ruined but severely diminished. Make it look really good on mobile. But i think to your point if someone's opening this in the mail on a desktop they're going to have a kind of a poor experience and maybe they're seeing a lot of their opens on this mobile view. That's my only odd. Why the it looks like this year but even on mobile look at the padding and it's.
"this year" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"Priority for you and you have a lower energy levels this year. That's where if you do. These lower levels can be contracted with just more sleep and lacey. Sorry the the career. The sheep is opposite the auks so we talked about some that are going to be harder but it can be the sheep a concrete new opportunities but it has to just like keep keep going. It's a year to find autonomy and step into your power to work on really connecting with who you are. I'm your inner world so that it starts to manifest positively in your external world now this year to work hard try new things and stay positive and it will just move for any any challenges. Closer get organized and stave focused for the goes and financially if there's any undertone of south them at the beginning and the she has to step into sovereignty about money and not looking for others to say to them or Shifting in the long term now for all the monkeys out there so the monkey this year about timing about balanced and spontaneity patients. Divine timing so it's like tapping into your deep intuition that everything is working out and creating rituals to really support yourself and again there could be less energy for you this year so making sure that you put in that time to look after yourself and monkeys love having parties and fun and this year will strive for a bit more balance and it's finding that sense of balance between the fawn and doing the work and it's about like also believing in yourself and kind of not being affected by other people teamwork is really important for the.
"this year" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"It is a great year for finances for the tiger with money flowing in unexpected ways. And it's a good year to pay off debts but be mindful of overspending. Don't do anything too risky. They said is. It is a good year to set up your own business as a tiger. Now the the racks health needs to be a priority for the for the rubbish. Sorry this is the rubbish rubbish rubbish. So for the roba's and how these your priority and do econ to strengthen your mind and body now as you are listening to this you may be a tiger and you're listening to this information about the rash if it resonates with you. It is a message for you. Like don't be like. Oh that's just for the routes that's just going to like it. There's something that resonates with you. It's your here to hear this information and to just absorb it and not be like. I'm just this person. These words like focus on it from a perspective of this is what's the best for for me but also all of these this information just take it owns a good idea so for example and for the rock for the rubbish this year good sleep healthy goats exercise. Making sure you've talked relaxation. Seek out good. Heuristic doctor that can get you sistance. Uplands tory support your immune system and maybe try out some different..
"this year" Discussed on The A&P Professor
"And what to do with the syllabus. It's too long. And we talked about some underappreciated and sometimes unknown features of digital textbooks including ways that they can be used to communicate with students remotely and we talked about the value of desirable difficulty in courses. There were a couple of episodes in which i shared my kinda goofy analogies for teaching metabolic pathways. Including how i turn the story of the crab cycle into a kind of horror story. And i use the analogy of a water wheel and explaining the role of the electron transport system and we recently had two episodes on student evaluation of teaching or sat's problematic in what we can do to help. Manage or mitigate those problems and we had some updates sensory biology a newly discovered naturally occurring forced stranded form of dna that. Yes it's found in human cells and the newly discovered to burial salivary glands in our throat and well a whole lot more. I'll be walking us through a bit more of that including some really exciting new things that we did this year after this.
"this year" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"I just remember to the spider. Fuck lot of little sliders to this reminds me when move faucet dies letter minor courts this year the minor chord. Here yeah some of the boss. Strides in this game pain in the moody the The frog boss spend was not just a tough one Janai put new files on there if you want to just do the order. That they're in that dog probably..
"this year" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"New year's resolution we're gonna played out with a little bit of jerry this year. You can see for men where there's a million people driving round going buildings all around me. I still gotta painted it home..
"this year" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"Well now lens. Problem is out of necessity. But i know that a lot of time. Say you're telling people this time of year when you really can't get outside and do much you've got your feet up by the fire may be a grab a catalog and look at some new plants or or take a piece of paper and pencil and do some planning well. This is true mark. Very definitely that that is That's what we should be doing. Wintertime let your calluses. He'll get the dirt out from underneath your fingernails. Let your joints. He'll and so on Then by all means of course clean your last year's gardening tools and once they're on up then we try to sit by the fire so to speak and do the things you mentioned as well as the factor of making a taking last year's calendar which probably hasn't been thrown out yet so and making a garden calendar for this year if you're having done so in the past it doesn't matter what exact day day to day is but when you put down that that roses should receive this at about this time something should be sprayed at this time. et cetera. Get into that habit of using a darker ink maybe a broader stroke and making the old calendar from last year. Which we'd like to get rid of anyhow in many ways It'd be the garden calendar for this year. As long as i mean or as well as reading and thinking about these things Is a matter of fact just before you doze off. It's really rewarding to think of the color that you had this summer. And whether you're gonna redo the same or whether you're gonna make diseases a change the annuals perennials. Whatever you maybe want to open up new ground to start more garden area at cetera. So this is the time of year for the coach to be our workplace..
"this year" Discussed on Ageless
"Know denied defy and sugarcoat. Yes exactly deny define sugarcoat and this year has taught us that sometimes. There's things that you just can't do that for and we. I think you've gotten so much better in. I know in our relationship. In invalidating how i feel and seeing the reality a little bit more sometimes And letting those things letting me feel those feelings and then allowing them to pass and sometimes you need to do that in order to not. Let them faster at the bottom of the dark. that is my feelings. yeah so something i have learned is definitely to give myself more grace. I think that. I made a lot of big changes in my life. This year i decided to take a semester off I was kind of on a hamster wheel. I think that that image is definitely something that i can relate to Getting perfect grades at nyu and kind of you know checking things off a to do list That i was just constantly filling up with things to do. And kind of get that validation. From and this year i've learned that happiness and and real joy never comes from being on that hamster wheel at the end of the day. You're not gonna ever get off of it. I've learned to give myself grace and find validation enjoy in things other than school and working towards career goals you know. I think i've found joining the little things which i know. It sounds kind of cliche. But i've found joy in cooking together as a family and this is i mean. I think it's kind of weird to other people but my whole life. We've always sat down as a family and had dinner together. And that's something that i know i will bring into my family when i have kids because it's just something that brings me so much showing i think has helped us stay a family unit. Even as i've kind of grown up and started to become my own person in my own do my own thing. And i know jiji's a teenager. She's like going out with her friends and becoming her own person. But i think coming together at least a few nights a week even pass this time and you know pass. Quarantine is something that i really value and i hope that to bring that tradition into my own family. I think also thinking about the value of of good food and having a nice meal. It's kind of like right now. It's kind of the biggest thing that day it's like thinking about sourcing and cooking and and then eating delicious food even if it's something small it doesn't it's definitely not fancy it's just healthy and good and i think that that is something that you know. I think we were getting takeout or we were you know going going out a lot and just finding a The creativity and cooking and and also. I think there's so much to be grateful for in that small. You know what we might consider the small act of cooking dinner together for me in a time where i know so many families can't afford to do that and are hungry. Even you know in our very community. I think that it's such. It's such a joy for me. Because i feel so blessed to be able to do that and i would say on the note of gratitude..