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Ep121: Negotiation Log

So, Here's My Story...

24:40 min | 1 year ago

Ep121: Negotiation Log

"When is processed valuable and when is processed actually a distraction from the productivity that it's supposed to create the business is messy and unpredictable sometimes lonely so los shaking and inspiration can often come from really weird places and we'd we have our negotiating committee will set up a call with you and and certain principles and we'll go over this is weird do here's my story as you know I have very definite ideas about communication in a wide variety send over red line of the agreement what we do is we enter everything and we have a team that enters everything into a negotiation log processes actually help and where they actually harm and drag down productivity so definitely GonNa stick around for that I have found time and time again that that's really where I find the most success in coming up with a collaborative solution with and those three things or or those couple themes will ripple through the twenty-seven but I like to get agreement on the overall areas of importance and is kind of like a buzzsaw with that and I'm still in the middle of it recently because I was proposing this my client is in negotiations with a very large international company the other side that allows us each to preserve our respective interests and preserve the relationship as well I ran headlong into what is welcome back to so here's my story jody and days story we dive right into the heart of a key communication issue which is negotiations and where tracks which I'm called on to do all the time I believe that there is a productive way to do it spoiler alert my way and an unproductive way to do it promise the conversation won't take more than half hour probably closer to fifteen minutes on just the overall areas of concern and see where we have any disagreements UNINET very logical it's very organized to go through the whole contract what I preferred to do however is not hone in on the twenty seven different areas of disagreement I prefer rushing things and they said no here's what we want to send over a red line of the entire agreement now this entire this contract is about one hundred and twenty some odd pages they have a council out of New York so it's it's National Company Company has count out of New York so it's kind of local and we were talking to break it down into themes I'd like to have an overarching conversation to say look here are the things that are really important to us let's talk about why let's talk about what your thoughts are a of areas and in particular that's applicable to this story that's a great information which is the way that most other people do it and I'll tell you the way I see a lot of people doing it particularly contracts is when you have you know they send over their version of a contract you market up there are twenty seven different provision where there are changes you get on the phone with the other side and you go provision by provision and you negotiate about this and I presented why don't we just get on the phone while the lawyers on the phone talk about the legal terms and there are just a couple of things that I wanna go over in these I have nothing to do this and I'm getting weirdly angry about so I said well I can appreciate this we're going back and forth I can appreciate that but why don't we just have now under the story is is how to negotiate okay at the other side and I believe particularly when it comes to the conversation where you make some like generalized agreements about a few things you wanna get on the same page is is like I mean when you're available let's just have a conversation I got an email back and they said it was a very nice email from from their chief counsel that said you know I really wasn't when those and it's going to make the entire process more streamline so and acid call me let me know when you're available I left a voicemail they didn't pick they're being this big pile of dirt that needs to be moved for there to be agreement though that conversation is like a Baco that can like or add to like it can it can remove an entire zero I have been invited although invited as a nice way of saying it's command performance I am required to participate in a conference call to swath of red lines you may have because that's not an issue or that is an issue or were already in agreement with it can eliminate huge swath versus the way they want to do it is out I was talking to my client about this who is just really upset that we were forced into this but they I'm trying to move with a plastic spoon like I we're going to log every little tiny plastic spoon version and then compare notes and that's exactly right because if you have these if you reach agree around there it's it's yes if it's not the twelve it's definitely in double digits so so yeah so I'm looking at this and there are three hours it just it'll be fun so my client was getting irritated too because of all this stuff going on ninety eight at me but they really wanted to have this conversation and they're told it kissing because correct me if I'm wrong don't interrupt your story but just just the way you do it here's imagining so I just want to check in on this but I do differentiate highly between I have a process and you have a process we're gonNA argue who's processes best I mean this is not arguing are these these are much larger that's exactly what it is so it's much easier well anyway the the end of the story really is that tomorrow that's how my mom told me taught me to make it like I'll ask earn so they asked the grandmother and she laughs hysterically and says Omegas I did that because I didn't the only pan I had do tend to think alike on you come from the same same mental space on how we go about things so it is possible that I am I am not objective about this but to manage the project and so we're going to have to dance in accordance with the other person's tune and it strikes me that I am so angry story that you are telling about my version of that is with agendas for meetings or facilitation for like they serve a purpose absolutely but but over the entire hundred twenty page contract with fifteen people now on a conference call Dante's twelfth level somewhere and I think I've even told this story on the show at some point an old story in my family and it may be like an old wives tale kind of thing but I I don't know I think it's actually a store on the overall themes than you can say okay well this provision we already talked about let's just talk about the language a little bit because we already agreed on we want to accomplish with these things and so it breaks it up the end so proprietary over the way I think the conversation should be handled that this offer is just okay so out of fairness you and I not just this this is sort of a nuance I think between like the difference between two processes and the difference because they are so often much like in your story this tail that wags the dog and does not get the dog where the dog really needs to go but everyone's like hey we follow the jets the two ends off the hand before she baked it and her husband said why do you do that and she goes well my mom always do searches like I'll ask her so she asks her mom and her grandmother was still alive and she goes well right from someone of of a cousin who who would like always cut the ends off of the Ham Hams that you get that have the little things that she would always yeah that's a minute per page basically which is not happen are happening but my client is not is not calling the shots here they want it was like she only had like a nine by nine pan them in the van yet to cut the ends off there was no functional purpose whatsoever for cutting the ends of the ham off but it's on the path to like real value and I think it serves a different master so when you said you could easily come up with the rationale for this negotiation log but it's not about in the president doesn't give neither one of them gives you the ability to create the results in the present that are the most valuable day on us which is good because you don't want to spend the time going down rabbit holes and whatnot but there's a way that I think about processes and how you keep them from because if it's the it now continuing for two more generations just because that's how they'd been taught to do it and so I get very I by the way could have told the exact when you said like being productive like when is there's a huge question I think of like when a process is productive and when it is just the like status quo prior lawyers I would want to set up systems that allow them to be smart and thoughtful and and use their best brains rather than spending their ties to prevent chaos so you have the freedom to work creatively an inflow but but things won't go off the rails versus when there is structure for structure sacred things it's just so interesting like what you elevate elevate their I my mind also flipped to again my version of with agendas like agendas are important but the way I put agendas out whether the toilet paper roll goes over or under you know it's like two I are you over under over yeah me too okay then then we don't have dr you at it out to people for whom either won't have access to or the ability to think on their feet on their own so you know it's like franchising out of this like when is process valuable and when is process actually a distraction from the productivity that it's supposed to create so whenever I it just get out of hand I think it's the way of communication it gets in the way of like getting to a real problem and a lot has it creates work that is then not even working says like we've always done it this way or worse and I can totally imagine I can make up a story very easily about how that process got put into place and why it's like a great idea I was believer either in the negotiation up and I've I've come around so this will do so just she she on a like the rationale that I come up with is that what they've elevated to to the priority is creating a record so they want to go back and create a record so that's really about they do these things I think about how to create I was thinking was like with the tiniest tiniest little hint of structure that you need to really nail that down appropriately. We're not to squander our time but we have to finish this with integrity before we move onto the next thing and have that kind of adrenaline feel good short term satisfying feeling of we accomplished a thing when I'd have that arc there is a lot of structure is a reaction to fear and what I mean by that is that so in the negotiation log in my story I think that they put that structure in but let's say we were let's say we weren't gonNA argue that is purely basis of opinion and you're GonNa have substantiating facts between yours substantial facts between another one but it's still just like two ways to get sanchis and they do it and there are absolutely portions of business portions of life portions of everything where that is the most appropriate thing but I would argue so it's interesting is the elevated two things came up for me on that is one there's a process that you create and it has to be stuck to when you were going to ripple something thank you you when you when you you franchise thing so that anybody can pick it up turn key make it happen they don't have to have a super entrepreneurial they WANNA run a business my agenda setting is taking the eighty seven things that they wanted to get done in our half day together or full day together saying okay we might only get through these I like three is usually a critical path I mean sometimes they're like three or four separate things but I always put the most important one I and I will say to people like this is what I think we can accomplish today but this I thing that we're doing is our first step in moving U2 you're like much bigger goal a year from now so if it takes us all day and if it takes us another half day after this because they were it was a reaction to their greatest fear that maybe they wouldn't have a precise record of everything are about I think that a lot of the negotiation structures are reaction to fear if we don't put this structure and then we're afraid that x will happen because I want to come back to us in negotiations absolutely high probability of being fear based ever you go into those conversations at least the way most people do it sometimes when you have your eighty seven item agenda it's a fear of not touch it or not not touching on what is the most important in law and I have to assume these New York lawyers are probably not you're like off the shelf super cheap narrowly made it through law school tangent but it's not for a while Baltimore County public schools had a provision where you were not allowed to architects were not allowed to design together it's this kind of art on the path to where they ultimately want to get it is my hope that we get through that whole arc in that day and I and usually a huge part of I'm gonNA intentionally step away from the parallel to the agenda and facilitation piece because I I actually think that's a separate I don't think it's this fear based I think it's another huge trap those are indulgent but I think that for a lot of times and this is what I was when I was listening to you what what really came to mind is that matter how do we make it more efficient to create this process as opposed to whether we should have this process in effect in the first place what kind of communication are we precluding we preventing and what's really fascinating to me about your exact example is they don't those two things aren't necessarily mutually exclusive like you could have your up lives but for a while and I don't know if this is still the case you were not allowed to put to SPEC carpet in there because they were having an issue where they couldn't seem to keep ah that was a skillet took me a while to get to actually because it it feels it feels Yucky to be like to feel like you you didn't get it done fast enough for you didn't get far enough but in my counterparts organization the client not the New York lawyers but the client's organization there has to be enough insight to talk about the process and what we're trying to the same result shows clearly over but anyway don't get distracted visit but but in this case this is rule or structure being put into place out of fear or frustration and sometimes those are necessary and sometimes they just take value for a point in eighty seven point agenda and not doing the work to figure out what would be as if we just hit these three this is what what we can I'm an endgame process but that distinction in and of itself is a really nuanced thing that requires dot dot dot communication and thoughtfulness and so I think I'm not a you know they don't have that entrepreneurial mind like ooh I want to innovate and make things better and do this I want take tabby stick and Saute if I follow all the rules this system will work how many examples there were and I had to kind of keep reminding people where we came back to where like one side put a thing in for reason that made media centers even like media centers the one place in the school where you really WanNa have carpet because of acoustics and whatnot and maybe also the auditorium four because everything takes longer than people think it does but the thing that I have to hold hold true to and I think this is hard because people one of the contract so I I didn't have that kind of influence over the process but it was interesting how much this is truly I think it's the way you do it which is part why value how you do that but people come into it with the like what do I have to protect what what's going to be taken from me it is it is this very that's where there's a big trap there in the middle no I think there's absolutely a trap there and I think there has to be somewhere in the organization like in which may or may not be the case but given the benefit of the doubt that is a way to actually in theory improve the process we have one conversation and then the staff from waxing the carpet wax the linoleum floors and they just ahead write on another media center and which is a great example of like I mean looking back to the past the agenda is about creating a rationale in part for the future this is what we want to have accomplished then you know then everything gets more clear because it's funny I I so get this I spent the summer assisting a client that facilitate a bunch of conversation the story with the negotiation log when you said that you could have that negotiation log in conjunction with and following the larger conversation about themes that the important franck conversation about the themes and then redline based on those those hierarchies of thought it was filters these of established and reduce the time since and then like the other side like took out a portion of that thing but then like the other part of it got left in and then fear base in those kinds of structures in a lot of structures are like how somebody going to mess up how's this going to be for Awhile Baltimore on its own that piece of it seemed like egregious and caused all these other issues and you're trying to do this and this and they kept negotiating that piece of it as if it had been put in and here were not allowed to discuss that anymore yeah and it's off this is such a such a rich area of conversation for any company protect what we're losing when we tried to protect that and I think that that's that's where the problem has arisen because their processes grown you know well how do we make the law how we're gonNA conduct this negotiation because that was deemed to be a fed- accompli that is we're going to have it our way we're GONNA US negotiator point to me though is that while that's true the discussion about that was not permitted so what's important to place with one of my clients calls a guerilla system you can take gorilla l. life no it's a guerilla system you could put a gorilla in their teachers in the and a a topic several times and you've come to a solution that feels like it has solved the problem we were constantly having and then it there is energy teams that actually came back to some document negotiation that was going on and I cannot tell you this will be very familiar to you sure I can't tell you how many forest for the trees thing like all these little pieces in the red lines of a contractor all these little individual trees and blades of grass and and it in and of itself on its own for its own reason and it hadn't and I was like back why is this even in here anymore it was it was it was a piece of this processes or just without asking but when things come up over and over and over again when when our processes it reminds me of your end process from like Oh yeah I'm totally great using your system and before we use it can we have have is conversation I you know I'm the reorganized all the the mailboxes of everyone she just alphabetize them so that she could she's like well it's just so much easier when I'm doing the mail know exactly where everyone is and we actually had it don't fit you know if we have a defined process that we're not allowed to have certain conversations that go against that and we're not allowed to discuss whether those processes make sense -portant and they don't get to be redesigned and when is it worth saying because in this case like them saying like no we're not gonNA talk about how we do is we're using my system my mind I think it's funny we had a receptionist one time with architecture firm WHO and to the point of this she actually didn't ask us about it she just did it she came in and she sena's what are the conversations that were not allowed to have in my example in my story we weren't allowed to have a conversation about it always reinvestigated and talk about it again and there was there a better way we could do this that can be exhausting sometimes you know we we don't know why this popped it does I mean as you said like negotiation is this really important subset of communication and and when you couldn't even communicate your team or frankly even a family thank because 'cause I can completely feel this other annoying side of things sometimes where if you've if you've been around other thing and the other thing came out that maybe this whole thing should come out but it became this huge conversation and it was just it was fascinating to me I mean it was not my job to negotiate they may well said no but that is I think one of those ways that you can kind of find the middle ground but I I love this point of of possibly find podcasts at so here's my story dot Com and you can also find us on facebook and twitter at S. H. MS podcast and since we now I won't make the crack about maybe that's why they do it as they want to have more time that they're billing they don't they don't WanNa make the conversation shorter and more efficient Associating held a negotiation is going to be conducted and so you decide what you know what I'm not going to negotiate the process of negotiation let's just get right to the negotiation itself Knox was so for weeks it was like chaos because you come in and you like grab someone else's mail and you go back down and it was just one of these funny things you know you don't get to just redesign it takes a village we'd like to thank our village are super talented incredibly patient team additionally snorkeling happened in the best of win Tick Christie Schmear for our brilliant show notes and all the other fantastic writing she does for us Taylor math our for doing just a little bit of everything including we pick up with a bullet point blogs and the highlight reels leave off we start with stories or like in two lines if you had to send something all principles is like dookie no hold leadership team top eight or whatever so there was a rhyme or reason to the thing and then everyone knew where their own meals I'm tired before I even start the process so that's our story the discussion doesn't have to about how you're going to communicate that communication it's like this triple backstop between you and actually getting to a problem it's all right we're reaching an impasse in there is this tendency to not step back and look at the forest and said like what are we what are we painting here what is this I'm mixing metaphors it's

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Today is the day for the #ChristianPodSummit - 1KP0027

1,000 Podcasters

02:52 min | 1 year ago

Today is the day for the #ChristianPodSummit - 1KP0027

"Today is the Christian podcasters summit, then looking forward to it, and there's a lot going on just wanted to check in with you, real quick. What's happening podcasters? I'm Brian inswinger? And I want to help you launch sustain and improve your show and part of that I'm taking part in the Christian podcasters summit mytalk as I'm recording. This is coming up in about three hours and I have been scrambling. There's a lot to do. I've been working on getting the materials together to if people are interested in taking what I talk about further for the challenge that I've been sharing with you about have been working on getting that together, as well as the slides from presentation reviewing my talk. A lot of stuff going into that. A lot of things that if I'd been a little bit more organized, I might have taken care of, sooner if I if I had gone through the one funnel away challenge better. I might have had some of this already done. So I was really trying to squish a bunch of stuff that should have happened over several days into a short time between yesterday and then a block of time today and as a result. Of that. I've already missed the first couple of talks for the Christian podcasters summit, which is a bit of a bummer because I was hoping to catch those. I hope to catch a few more after I get done recording this, I'm going to spend some time with my family have lunch and that kind of thing, and then prepare for my talk a little bit further because my talk is coming up in just a few hours and I'm looking forward to that. It's kind of in the middle of the day. So it's a bit tough to work around that on a Saturday, but looking forward to that I think it's going to be really great. And I'm really looking forward to seeing podcasters improve the audio production of their shows that they not only get a better quality product, but also can do it with less effort in an in less time. So that's kind of what I'm looking for, if you haven't already registered for the summit, I'm going to go ahead and recommend that you do that. The portion of the talks that I've caught so far have been pretty good. And you'll find that at top to your audio dot com slash summit. That's my affiliate link. And one one thing that you might not be aware of even if you can't attend all the sessions live because you're picking up your ticket this way using the affiliate lake. You'll have lifetime access to those, so you'll be able to go back and pick up what you missed take note. Let's review something if you didn't catch everything, I think that's going to be really really really worthwhile. And I'm really looking forward to this hope I see you at mytalk. And if I don't I hope that you catch the replay. That's all I've got for today. I need to get this published in out there and the need to go spend some time with my family, but I did want you to know that I really do look forward to working with you, and helping you improve your show and sustain your show. And if you haven't watched one yet, help you launch it Christian podcast or some top tier audio dot com slash summit. Or if you'd like that one on one consultation, if you want to spend some time with me to talk about your show, or your challenges to, to develop something that specific for you, and you don't want to go through a process over a few days to develop that kind of thing yourself. Glad to help you with that just visit top tier audio dot com and set up that consultation now go out there and make a great podcast.

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USGS reports magnitude-6.4 earthquake in western Nevada

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00:33 sec | 5 months ago

USGS reports magnitude-6.4 earthquake in western Nevada

"The authorities in Nevada are checking for possible highway damage following a magnitude six point. Five earthquake happened in a remote area of the western part of Nevada early this morning brown four. Am about thirty five miles west of Tonopah. The quake graded after being initially reported at six point. Four magnitude dozens of aftershocks were recorded over the next three hours. No immediate reports of anybody hurt but part of state route was closed as state troopers and sheriff's deputies looked for cracks in that highway.

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Bonus Episode: Reading & Self-Care w/ Levar Burton

By The Book

32:02 min | 1 year ago

Bonus Episode: Reading & Self-Care w/ Levar Burton

"Unlike major brands Lola offers complete transparency about the ingredients found in their fully customizable subscription. Lets you choose your mix of products and you can change Lola Dot Com code by the book thirty we WANNA tell climate change correspondent on vice news tonight every Tuesday Thursday and he sat on your favorite podcast app the following podcasts contains Barnyard when I say butterfly in the sky what do you think of Oh my gosh I think of Reading Rainbow Ed for a bonus episode all about the joy of books and the joy of Lavar Oh my look with Lavar Burton Yeah Hi oh my Gosh Lavar Burton it's so great but joe length the size of saucers or Ben this nervous that Guy Because he tells me what to read and I know him as a person and then Oh my God Love that I love that story to all right I'm done learning awry so Lavar what is the first book you really eight captains courageous by Rudyard kipling as as the book that I read when I finished that book I I got depressed I didn't know it was depression that world and when it was over when when the story was done it not knowing what comes next wouldn't have been there so and it's it's it's been at the end of the novel last Chapter I want to save because I know I'm is memoir coming toward the end of it I just was like I'll read one page a day I'm always afraid even when I just revisit a movie or you know show show my husband's something that we are the different person that we are on a a a to say and it is obviously our you know our combined reading anything at different times in our lives will we will get different meaning from yeah I remember seeing somebody in a book or learning about them and feeling you have to understand that there there are politics involved book I know that feeling is an Asian American woman I definitely know that yeah so so something of ourselves in that other down so and the two are related to Jane to spot the dog nobody it happened from the very beginning yeah in books and so on but I mean so much of what's central to every always you know acknowledge finding whining those I'm wondering do you really see yourself as storyteller I or do you see resin me that question no one's asked you that no podcasting and what not to spread the word but I studied not just what I do it's it's who I am and that is true about me I mean I do I humanist I and that's that's that's how I interpret the empathy that totally receive in absolutely I was gonna ask are those choices intentional or is that just like where your career I I have made good with those opportunities roots yeah and then to your next Gig Dan with show called Reebok that was produced by W. G. B. Yeah in Boston op before reading rainbow and so when they were getting ready to launch and they had found they drag us down they start me they found me at my hotel at the house education to steer kids back in the direction of literature and the written word I wow that's insane that's so cool all right we're GONNA take my husband Brad is working nights lately and normally he's the one own windows start when it comes to making myself a meal now that I'm on my own at night luckily the kitchen or three hours of prepping every meal I make with hellofresh takes only thirty of your first month of hellofresh go to hellofresh dot com slash bt the eighty and enter be eighty two lent at you l. and I am serious when I say premium feel totally I'm talking not just the comfort of the cops but busty girl Bras not attractive when I love about third love is all their bras happened to be an e cup it sucks but at third love it doesn't because everything is by the book now to find your perfect fitting Bra and get fifteen percent off your first order we're back with Lavar Burton host of the podcast Lavar Burton reads do you ever read self help books I do have oh I feel like you would never need By the deep and committed work to mining the best oh that's great do you have a favorite cell phone yes do you have like what are your are there some you recommend that's right so in the first category I love the road less traveled that it had so much impact on me but I was really I was really struggling at the that was the the area of my life that I felt really needed addressing powerful for me in terms of getting me to accept responsibility for every thought that I think I learned I need to be thank mentioning that that have molded you changed you the Carlos customer data so it ended up being a reading experience that between a a man and his Jaki Indian teacher a Shaman wield power in the world so more often feeling good do you find that star you trailing their life consider your you something for somebody else if we just decentralize our focus on ourselves I think we'll no we gotta confess we kind of knew what we thought your answer anyway I mean just the way you live your I mother is stressed this the simple elegance yeah and you know what that is you know what the right thing to do is but what would it be about

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We'rrrreee Baaackkkk

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

02:05 min | 1 year ago

We'rrrreee Baaackkkk

"Last time on death we talk about single sex all the time about open relationships because as did you want the hunt. You want that live action. She wants me. I want her type. That's the thing called married. Six married six how the sex changes a little bit with marriage exchange bank. Did you really have to ask me that question. Three hours later fourteen thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars were spent on credit and ninety two cents. I was joe how you spend all this money one time. She was like on a credit card. You said that we could spend so. I didn't go over the limit to bow. I didn't go over too uh-huh. If your picture is posted at the wrong time and don't get enough likes you liable to the league reposted at another high traffic time it's easy in our community to drag someone that looks like that because of the color reason yes especially when someone who was so privileged yes speaks about out not getting attention when lights can people in the black kosher have always gone the attention so insecurities. Don't ever stop really different. Sometimes you may feel insecure about different things <hes> but really it starting in the self starting with the self and is learning how to let it go. We're back with season two of dead ass. I'm codeine in season two. We're going to get more in depth as we think. Millennial marriages and we're gonna have a lot more fun absolutely able to scratch the surface with some of those but we're going to get deeper into it. Yes the what are we hoping listeners will take away from the show that you can still love and be honest with the person that you're in love and you're going to have a little something for everyone to hear. You don't have to be married. No the relationship you can have fun being honest season. Two of dead ass is coming later. This fall subscribe now in stitcher apple podcasts spotify l. wherever you listen.

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Go home week pizza hut have a non working number? Car alarm headache

The big d zone

07:38 min | 1 year ago

Go home week pizza hut have a non working number? Car alarm headache

"Hey everybody says Prestige Jay I want to tell you you know now you listen to your favorite radio show or your Kathy's Well I could do that and so now with anchor you can I love you this is prestigious if you listen to us from bitty country dot net play I got a headache cone now got a bit of a headache because for almost three or four hours or studying or whatever and then if people within diety that my out that come for grief ever you want to be but most important have fun that's why have fun this is your show and if you're going to have that going on for three hours plus heat index the heat it don't makes y'all don't mix but I got my food and it gets some food for at least well maybe maybe not for the whole leap maybe for the rest of the few days that I can this is your moment make it what you want to be sign of anchor and you will not be sorry that you did this prestigious and you can do it too so if you sign up for anchor the day you could be on your way to get your listeners you could find the show car alarm off and keep it off unless doesn't danger in that keep it up because you've got people eat arresting way I've been dealing with this aid and I gotTa go through three days I mean my land leased waited until I got everything you want you can do news you do sports you could do talk you could do trivia just be yourself be who a day for three hours for the first time I had to call the landlord but even when I'm laying pizza person it is ridiculous turn hours clean for hours it is too hot for this to get ahead again pass out picky country has been invaded by somebody who have the car alarm going off and on off and on almost three a pair for if I want to go Friday I'm not worried about Wednesday because Wednesday is all clear but if I wanna go fighting and then I have when I go out man oh man oh man I gotta get through these days I knock on my head down again headache getting a headache doing trying to pay the have a great day okay this is Prestige J. so now not only hot town on Saturday so it was after I got paid prepared and pay the rent and all like that having taken care of for Saturday able to go to Friday if I wanted to Wednesdays no problem to let them know about Karnal somebody with a car alarm going off also north of our on what style knowning I don't Wanna I don't WanNa pass out I don't WanNA pass out anyway I've never done that never had to usually turnoff anyone I was waiting for the Pizza Hut and I don't like about please let me tell you the I did I did and then get ready for Saturday which I did premium food you're my next Prediction show because I need time now I got a headache now I mean I plus it's too hard participatory I know I know so hopefully I could time now I'm glad until Tuesday so the Pizza Hut story so I order my pizza and then the store closest to me is on east battlefield and the normal pasta and so of course I got my stuff class pizza finally have your stuff class pizza full time and I just thought before I made this does broadcast this segment they had the phone number of course on website on email honesty that you get when you have your why had the call Humphry Date I wanna go home permanently anyway anyhow so everything is ready everything's Friday I want to go Friday but I'm definitely ready for Saturday got some food pay bills in a positive factory it's still too hard to do anything Oh my God Alp i WanNa go home even only in anchor because this is one of the many way that Bakti zone gets to grow more on more people at this time and this is disconnected or out of all the at this time as the three or four times that I called the

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP & BUSINESS  PART II  THINK BIG

Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast

21:21 min | 1 year ago

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & BUSINESS PART II THINK BIG

"You think bake that's what they tell us isn't it so I did and I still do hello yes we are oh think peak work and today I also know what it means to leave your comfort zone but at that time thing was would I dare would I dare to do it my way to get was still in my comfortable zone you know it was all I was so securing their it was yeah instable but I knew that if I would start to do it my way I would have to leave this comfort zone would I someone who was taught many lessons in entrepreneurship the hard way and someone who's very thankful for this Bruce I could try to whatever I wanted to do but they were still a big obstacle or a hurdle the now remember the end of the last episode there was we talked about the first turning point when this there was I ready well if I wanted to stay in the game I simply had to there was no way that and today I will tell you the story of my first experience of thinking big in business and how days ear to the point of handling critics mean comments and not to care too much of what others think of me they took me like Jamieson Jalen and I'm your time expert someone us you know hadn't a clue how to start or how to run a business more stories but these two stories they all significant because they turned out so much different than how would do it that's what he said how would you now as you remember I I knew I had nothing to lose we not yet the right word you see of the story but it changed the way of doing business and Dan also this episode Siebel on Youtube so I guess I can see you over there it was it was you it was Samuel asking me the one and only question how would you do it I remember it very well ladies and gentlemen ended up you'll see act on came into my life to change the business to the better and the while let's say better is made ups and try that way in the next two episodes my dear listeners out there of this series I will tell you any combs like I sat in my office with the one question spray and I remember I came to the workshops and I wrote I would rather give a speech than a workshop that's how and very interesting very very good and today I will tell you the one the one about thinking be the sentiment welcome back to second part of the business serey called having a business being entrepreneur and again six in there like homepage workshops projects clients approach sales and I started to think how would I do it Dowden white paper how would I do it there was nothing on that just this one question and then I started to put the topic rand I simply had to so I thought to myself to encourage me I said okay so I'm just GonNa take small steps expected and does that is quite a funny feeling you know you are you know exactly where you're GonNa go and then he turns out totally different it was Samuel my dear husband sitting over there today Hello Lou so happy that he so and yes like this you remember this as well that was that was not easy for me and it took years of self development two stories one is a bad thinking and the other one is about daring to do it your way and there are many cleaning my brain always with the notebook to stop and write down all the ideas which would arrive and then often with having the idea of giving speeches in my mind I stopped in front of the cost and I looked at it and every day I worked for two to three hours just to see that was my way of thinking and of by Walla Walla at night when Samuel came home we went to Italian restaurant and I told him about that would do rodway speech work okay now you have to know that at that time we lived in neo in the French part of Switzerland and and I thought yes I'm going to give a speech in this cost Adia and you should have seen the sparkles in haste is you were on Y- you were like now as you remember I had like a few peanuts left on my bank account and we had to decide he was having anything I went in there I said I would love to give a speech and they said Yeah you could hire a little party of the council and I thought wouldn't have accepted it for love sake because that was baseness and that was exactly what he believed in in Swaziland for him he had like another question your question was more like if I would invest in this project so you for can motivate without even having a speech time expert didn't even exist at that moment it was just my company which was called Yaalon seminars that was the fancy name Yellen seminars I asked my graphic designer at that time to create the flyers and the old school but yes also because I mean at that time I was still convinced that I'm never ever going to be on social media that's why I need returned back home walking police the big castle of Neil an on this day am I going into insolvency all we taking another chance to see if it will work my word baseness and you know it's good to have someone who believes in you because at that point I was on the ground I didn't know anything anymore hours just the packages started to arrive the flyers came a lot of them with the on I think I remember a few years later we still had so many that we had to burn them because they were out of date French but if I'm good in something it's to throw me into cold water literally so I did I prepared speech and then self a gift have a break and with the link of my rather boring homepage which would link to the event totally My investing in this because I love her oh my doing this because I believe in her ideas personally jess and that is where we said okay but if we are going to do days let's do it then really let's go for it print them it caused a lot I also organized a company to Teebox Nice morning where we would give T- backs to people arriving at the train station in Neon with the slogan today make you fliers but nobody expect my friends and my family knew who is our Jalen now one of the biggest task for myself was also to create speech and in French that was a challenge of never done anything not our go for it and yes I would there so the first thing I did for the Castle Speech Project I met a woman make yourself a gift have a break and yes what else arrived three shirts three shirts is in three thousands of letterboxes three thousand even in those who were marked with no advertising date as you can see so after the date the useless useless so the flyers came packages full why would it be work I had some small amount of private savings left and Samuel arrived with the van and they took the packages and they were from the Event Planning Company and they drove around placing the flyers you know what the event never took place never from a company who would help to organize the event and after two hour meeting so we sat there we talked we decided to print flyers and to order verts I show you here see here with my logo in French Jalen seminar now the Knicks we had one person who signed up for the speech and that was my friend shock and AH I just knew I don't have anything to lose but e- F- we would take this other chance what then I will guarantee who couldn't even come our how did I feel was and into the creation of the flyer the distribution of five thousand fliers the making of shirt and with the big smile it's like this and they were approaching the people giving the tea bags and we had a tiny apartment in neo so I had to place them next to the bed and a few days after this two guys awry disappointed no not really because I was far more focused on the adventurous we had one lady who was interested in the event but couldn't come at the name date the time we have spent book did the place for three hours which means three hours of handing out T- box and this this Oh and over again and all the money we put into this project all this for one singer person so we paid them of course to be able to do this you also have to pay for where you are going to be at this place and not bags two strangers creating a speech which took me ages and then repeating it over and ration- was big it was huge we invested money and a lot of time in this event a lot now why three because they were two girls who helped me to give T- box to people arriving at the train station quake because I'm not the one who easily approaches People so I just looked at the two girls next to me with the fancier was hard for me remember how hot I was for me there all day retailer Blimey and there was really leaving my comfort zone in life thousand teebox standing four hours at the train station sweating fear and distributing around the city at night time and put the

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#A144 (Alzheimer's disease to amanita)

The Dictionary

10:57 min | 1 year ago

#A144 (Alzheimer's disease to amanita)

"Hello word nerds and welcome to another episode of this podcast is called the dictionary and if you didn't know that i am a little concerned for you because it should have been pretty obvious so right right off the bat 'em let's see couple of days ago no yesterday this was yesterday i a recorded a couple episodes on v this might be eight podcast podcast hosted by greg simpson simpson i actually drove a couple of hours to go be a guest i didn't really wanna do this type thing 'em most of his guests a go over skype and that's fine but i think when you could be in person with somebody and have a conversation with them face to face like that a it it's much better and then audio editing wise and all that it's just much easier to be there in person so i decided to go ahead and make a day of it i went down recorded a couple of episodes with therefore for a tour three hours and then i went back home it was a lot of fun and when those episodes go up i will let you know a you know if you're they might be giants fan i hope you are already listening to his podcast and if you they are not you should end a if you are not familiar with they might be giants i recommend that you go listen to them all right first word for this episode this is a hard one it's emotional one it is all timers disease capitol eight l z h e r i m e r apostrophe s and then the word disease in my family we we have been personally affected by a maybe not specifically alzheimer's but definitely dementia in at least one or two members that have passed on a this is it's hard it's it's hard to see somebody go through this i recently learned a from somebody who is diagnosed with early onset alzheimer's that inflammation in the brain can actually bring this on that's one of the v i think reasons that scientists think that people can get early onset alzheimer's a so if you have a brain injury something like that or even just getting hit on the head or a concussion a can have a great great effects on early onset alzheimer's a so if you are a bike rider motorcycle riding a bike skateboarding anything like that definitely wear a helmet you never know when an accident can happen even just in your day to day life walking down the street but whatever you can do do to prevent head injury please please please do that all right well let's get to be actual definition of this word this is they known from nineteen eleven eight degenerative brain disease of unknown cause that is the most common form of dementia they usually starts in late middle age or in old age that results in progressive memory loss impaired thinking disorientation end changes in personality and mood you'd end that is marked his logically by beat de generation of brain neurons a specially in these surrey broke cortex end by the presence of nero phibro larry tangles and plaques containing beta amyloid called also just alzheimer's v name comes from alloys or alloa woo i don't know the pronunciation of that eight l i s a he's german that's his first first name alzheimer was his last name and he died in nineteen fifteen he was eight physician a german physician next we have am eight am all lower case v definition just says this is d a first singular version of be and it does say p r e s before that a i'm not exactly sure what that is a short for but yeah it's a form of the word be be next is another eight am where they capitol eight it's these first form this is an abbreviation for america or american second form of capital h m is they symbol for emory cm which is a i'm guessing on the periodic table now we have capital eight capital m first form this is amy down from nineteen forty eight broadcasting system using amplitude modulation also eight radio receiver of such ac system now we have these second form of eight m all caps this is an abbreviation for one airmail to air metal metal that's the word air eight i are second word m e d h l three it's short for they latin i know mooney de and it says in the year of the world often printed in small capitals for unpaid meridian often not capitalized an often punctuated five be new latin phrase art tm magister or just stare and that means master of arts i would love to be a master of arts but i think you have to do a lot of schooling to be to have the official name are tm magister next we have eight am hey i think it's pronounced ama maybe a this is amy down from nineteen o six eight japanese diver a specially for pearls or food next we have eight am eight again this is all caps this is an abbreviation and for the american medical association so i think that japanese word was ma and now we have eight m h h and i think it's pronounced ama so the emphasis is on a different syllables this one is also spelled differently this is they known from eighteen thirty nine eight female servant in eastern asia a specially chinese nurse i'm guessing this word probably doesn't get used much anymore next we have a main eight m h i n this is an adverb from fifteen forty one with all ones might as in the soul strives a main two lives and work work that is from art w emerson number two is archaic to hey at full speed to be in great haste three is also archaic to hide degree synonym is exceedingly as in they whom i favor thrive in wealth a main and that is from john milton i apologize i am not familiar with this word so i hope i'm pronouncing it correctly next we have amyloid kite i think that is how it's pronounced capitol eight m f l e k i t e m a little tight this is amy down from fifteen thirty seven a member of an ancient nomadic people living south of canaan canaan is c h n eight eight in this is eight hebrew word it's from i'm a lucky and it looks like it's from somebody whose name i'm a lack black eight m i l e k who is the grandson of east sow next is amalgam eight m h l g m this is they now from the fifteenth century one an aloe eight of mercury fury with another metal that is solid or liquid at room temperature according to the proportion of mercury present an is used a specially in making tooth cements to mixture of different elements elements next we have amalgamate eight m i l g h m eight t e this is eight transitive verb from sixteen seventeen to unite in or as if in an amalgam amalgam a specially to merge into a single body sending them is the word mix m i x amalgamate or is they now and next we have amalgamation visiting down from sixteen sixteen twelve one eight v action or process of amalgamate in sending them is uniting one be this state of being amalgamated to the result of amalgamate in and then amalgam is a synonym for that three we just have these synonym merger as in amalgamation of to corporations next is almond dean eight m h n d i n e this is an adjective from nineteen forty one prepared or served with omens as in fillet of sole aman dean i wonder why it's not all men dean there's no l but it does look like it is they french word so a i guess they just spell it and pronounce it differently next and last word for this episode is i'm anita eight m h n i t hey this is down from eighteen ninety nine any of the genus of whites board the city of mice it is fun guy but typically have eight volva an an annual list about this type end include some deadly poisonous forums let me spell some of these words for you but city omi statistics that's one word b s s i d i o m y c e t o u s volva is v o l v eight there's another word that is v you l v eight i'm guessing that these are similar a but i'm not sure of the exact differences annual list is h n n u

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Fixing Things That Arent Broken - Launch Life With Jeff Walker #17

Launch Life with Jeff Walker

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Fixing Things That Arent Broken - Launch Life With Jeff Walker #17

"So i'm talking about how fix something that wasn't broken and the overlay or interlaced the interplay of that of fixing something that wasn't broken with this fundamental approach. I have taken what works and keep doing. What was she eighteen jeff. Walk us so last year after we did our launch and we changed it up quite a once a year. I do a launch for my product launch formula. We're coming up on it real soon. We're up to two and a half weeks out from this lodge last year we did it as i completely live experience so normally in my launch process for years years and years and years for for well over a decade we would release a series of videos a series of training videos that would lead into the launch of the product act of my product last year instead of doing that we radically reinvented it and we did it as a live launch so instead of releasing these videos i had thirty thirty four training sessions and each training session went three hours and we still delivered really it was about fourteen hours a free training and ended up being a fantastic experienced a launched fantastic but it was completely new so we took something that was doing really well. We'd have this well oiled launch and we completely blew it up and we reinvented it and we did as a live launch so what's up without like like why did we reinvent something. Why did we break something that was already working and i think really especially if like like one of my core tenants is take what's working. Keep on doing it and really. If you look at it what i did was i did take both working because the core strategy behind product roddick lunch formula is to deliver fantastic value before your launch and once you deliver that fantastic value i like to say like give away your best stuff for free and there are some caveats to that and some some some secret sauce behind it but give massive value and prove worth improve your value improve your already before you actually ask for the sale and if that's the core tenant of parkland formula and it is one of the core tenets behind approximates formula. That's what we did. We just took it that strategy and we use a different tactic which was doing live so why how did we do it live because i just had this sense so i'm i think i do cam video and talking on video right now. I think i do okay envy. I actually i'm. I'm being a little stuffed up deprecating. I actually think i'm quite good video but i do know i'm better why because i do these events and they're absolutely amazing so i said what if i could do that life and what if because i was doing it live i could i could edit a bunch more elements and deliver even more value because when when i go in like one of my guiding lights is when i go into a launch for my course i wanna make my free stuff. The the second best launch training in the world so the best launch world in my humble opinion is my coaching program and and i wanna make the free the free launch that i do before the free masterclasses i do before that to be the second best launch train in the world. I think we did that last year. Last year. We had like fourteen hours of content plus a bunch of extra video content with a bunch of case studies plus. This facebook group or my coaches are in their answering during questions. I'm in there answering questions in the facebook group plus downloads. It was an epic experience so much so that people were actually offering us so people wanted to buy that free trade and they wanted us to package up those videos and their complete experience and sell it to them. People were offering his five hundred your dollars for the free training so off the charts value and so that is what i wanna do. I just wanna create valley that i mean at every launch should be alive launch. No it doesn't it just means for for this specific instance for me launching this course for me with my certain set of skills. It works really really well to do alive so this year. We're going to do it again and i'm superstar. Last year was the first time and i know we'll make the second time so much better because we had that experience and we've had a year to plan it out so i'm totally stoked about this. Save the date. This is our i live training for you september twelfth ooh <music> uh.

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In Solitary.

ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

01:30 min | 1 year ago

In Solitary.

"In prisons in jails who ends up in solitary confinement. I'm Bill Newman. And this is the civil liberties minute at a recent public hearing before the Massachusetts legislature about solitary confinement. A former inmate explained quote, if you have a disagreement with a correctional officer, and they don't like you. You're going to the whole they tell you to do something. And you don't do it fast enough. You're going to the whole they come to do the count. And you don't stand up quick enough later that night they come to yourself, and you're going to the whole the whole is solitary confinement. It's an apt description last year, the Massachusetts legislature passed a law to restrict and reduce the use of solitary confinement in Massachusetts, prisons and jails, but is that recent hearing demonstrates the department of correction has found ways to skirt the law, including locking up a person in a cage for twenty one or twenty two instead of twenty three hours a day and calling that confinement some. Else as Jesse white an attorney with prisoners legal services of Massachusetts said quote, the department of correction intends to bring itself into technical compliance with the letter of the law while subverting the intention of the law and continuing to rely on solitary confinement as a winch pin of management practices. The civil liberties minute is made possible by the ACLU because freedom can't protect itself.

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Sports Week Night Riddles (6-17-2020)

Chompers

02:31 min | 4 months ago

Sports Week Night Riddles (6-17-2020)

"Welcome back. It's time to get back in the game. With choppers, your morning and night tooth brushing show start brushing on the top of your mouth. Pick aside and brush every part. Each to. Why. It's sportsweek and tonight were swinging for the fences. With more riddles, here's your first one. This sports like soccer. You get a ball into a net, but since it happens in a pool, you have to get wet. What sport is this? Rushing to the other side at the top of your mouth and brush the molars in the way back. What a Polo is a team sport played pool where each team tries to throw the ball into a goal. In water polo players can't touch the bottom of the pool, so they have to tread water. Treading water away of making yourself float you kick your legs underwater. It's sort of like swimming in place. Switzer brushing to the bottom of your mouth, and give your tongue and brush to. Here's another riddle for you. This sport happens in a car on a track. They race drivers going around and round trying to come in first place. What sport is this? NASCAR racing. People who drive in Nascar races drive special cars that are made to go super fast over two hundred miles an hour. were. Switzer, rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth, but don't brush too hard. NASCAR drivers trained to safely drive around a track making tight turns avoiding the other cars for a long time. NASCAR races can go for over three hours. Each car has a team of one driver and five people call the pit crew. Who are there to take care of the car? That's trumpers tonight, but we'll be back tomorrow with more sports week until the. Chompers is a production of Gimblett media.

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DLD 266: Ultra ludicrous-haul

Dots, Lines & Destinations

37:26 min | 1 year ago

DLD 266: Ultra ludicrous-haul

"Now do you might pick up option thirty weeks ago the Brockton back from me it's actually a Kebab curry so savage kebabs but you should know better car and had like the string wrapped packages that they say are okay and you're already like inside the US Customs Zone so whatever today cool wow that's interesting I had no idea Taylor on that no welcome to episode two hundred sixty six DOTS travel insurance now we've talked about that before and we've talked about it maybe on here a couple of times and I've been talking and it's like should I just buy two of them to be just in case and that's terrible I know that but hospital to get out of that hospital to somewhere else and what I'm trying to figure out is insurance that covers India near the Malays in Darjeeling Fun Yeah it's GonNa be great but you know I gotta vendors now actually I'm going to I'm traveling with two phones so I will have a local and keep my founded once logo in one's Roman can keep it on just turn off data yes but you know telegram don't freak out on me chain the phone number on the device anyway Friday maybe Thursday night last week the US government issued an order in the order they basically say it's in response to continued human rights abuses in Cuba are terribly unprofitable that's minor thing as well so he likes not allowed to the kind of point to that is these routes are all uncontested Oh yeah okay you can have a back there's eighteen slots sale you can have one of them so I don't know he does will ever be full alive gets the one question is really politically motivated so that by it's it's an interesting one I just gotta nations rate the more you isolate someone the more repressed they become for fifty years now but as it was softening up right yet reversing able to help them so in the end it's really just being shortsighted I generally agree with that united now united adding more London service those are real options and you know there's something to be said in that at the La is yes statistically put in the early so the news here sorry since I should actually fill in the story great three times a week starting a year from now one than the other fact too that is right if it when it launches it will be the fifth longest round the world and it's as you mentioned it is due between the US and Oceana and so Andrew Zealand connecting what's the other office there's what's the Americans launching too I have no it wasn't Queens Dante that connecting flow this makes some sense I would argue that the Chicago Oh right with this you've completely aided all the air traffic control problems of Chicago Houston just a run for their money yeah and that's a big part of it obviously is pushiness stat even viable at that point I remain skeptical of all the there's something like This Ludicrous Hall Ooh what are we going on this thing at cuisinart just the other thing I would put out there is that what it shows is the value of the joint ventures over alliances still is alive stuff but it's Air New Zealand connecting better to it got picked last and now that the biggest are flexing that muscle either trying to but we'll see you I think the numbers just came stats came out over the past couple of weeks so American is actually off a situation with their pilots of not in the not too distant future that'll be interesting to see that that's a partially is suffering for their success right like pilots contract for both sides absolutely United Media Day interesting event They had pretty much the entire senior staff no seriously like there's four of us there we had just finished he says Heidel couple the other journalists who like he knew personally over the years and starts chitchatting Xichang okay until wasn't really conversation about the airline and so then all of a sudden he walked the name tag and he was from Dallas did we screw that up royally and the answer was yes to all of those but anyway now I mean it was beyond that though they really did have like all of the senior one on ones with Q. and A. Including Oscar like the whole team was there so that was really nice and he he tried to wrap it up with this event is our proof that we're really doing these things but other than that you know they talked about a lot of stuff they talked about how the route network has changed Oakland. Congratulations yes although not the overhead once because I'm not stupid in in his comment is were you know an I sort of challenged him on the you're and you know we can go back and forth till the dogs come home so to speak about is value we're having the story and sort of make a decision and having the story in data that they Vinnie so it's interesting right so I was thinking about this with these changes recently and generally buying very expensive tickets simply because that's how the ferals worked Newark Minneapolis every week right so you know back in the day the same people were and I would argue even more than the domestic internationally those long haul flights have gotten much cheaper transatlantic market for Fares I can go to Singapore or Bangkok or that's part of what I'm thinking though is the people most I'll say asymmetrically affected and are no longer going to be rewarded for that spent well let's spend stage three hours to Singapore the line is likely losing money on getting you there yes have you but you know it it is a why that isn't something people typically get behind his you know an acceptable approach it's I mean I I would argue that those are the ankle biters and so so in order to deliver the benefits they have to stop delivering into how how they shift in the sort of shakeout would change the way benefits are distributed more rich approach that that's going to deliver far more upgrades to former people which generally into the program I mean that's good but I guess the you know the mine problem writing is will they open it in advance while they opened it at the gate when the when it how that happened event than some of these one on one conversation they were very interesting so I also asked while turning a slice of six one they're going to have sex they're going to have flight the one morning flight Salah who when asked about the Slot Bait said basically quote my entire career in airlines has lots in the sorts of things they're also he would not say where he got the slot from Amsterdam Amsterdam's stuff L. through no it felt one way so only the next I fell apart yeah interest there's I think yeah interesting that I don't know question wouldn't talk because Garin ben say shares is bad honestly that was interesting about that was to a person everyone I talked to said the reason they're able that is because they're on shares because they have full control on easy access to managing those you said that for years yeah it's all these people don't understand technology when you own the do all sorts of things to even process data like a bunch of the things in the consulting agreement contract with the provider and millions and millions of dollars and what we have is because of shares and so there's obviously risk both ways if also is that cost because it's not like the cheap we know our friends north are going through I have not I heard about this they put out a video they're going to so out and they didn't build the T. Slash y piece that goes at the far end of that says the first is to sort of fill in the middle section and then the second will be to extend the is GonNa fly over and steal the Singapore airport are they gonNA build a new one it like the you know if anyone could airlifts Changji out to would be clear yes but oh how which is newer than most of the old tangy but you know it's it was really funny to me mostly to see this through and by get confused about what I was looking at because it's very generic and very same same is very hard to get distracted in lost along the way mm-hmm okay so if they fly through with the time that it opens will the airline survive long enough for the airport I mean I can't imagine under which the government let's the airline collapse a Guyana airliners dot net put together a massive analysis of all the traffic flows in hubs in such around the airport so it is a massively connecting hub in a lot of people are boring it's almost as exciting as Rolls Royce two weeks ago I guess two weeks ago Friday or two Fridays ago he issues with seven x it is no longer going to be delivered airline a future with that type now no longer having it to the point that that's what earned them their tracks by star rating was announcing both the backlog not strong enough so that that part is actually trump's best buddy is finally come out and said like yet it's actually hurting us the straight wear of

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Gerry Thomas questions our fear of nuclear power

The Science Show

12:53 min | 1 year ago

Gerry Thomas questions our fear of nuclear power

"Meet Professor Gerry Thomas Actually if you live near a coal to nothing say about you know this is the side show mystics ray novel is on fire concrete flash now Chernobyl holds over three trillion you are dealing with something that has never occurred on this planet and quake but it is yet another example like climate denial of old facing climate crisis. Jerry Thomas is professor of molecular pathology and what did you think of it so far I'm afraid to three hours to watch because I kept stopping correct and other things like opening a door with their fire behind it with your bare hand in week to go through the rest I probably will but I'm hopefully I'll get less sensitized as I go through the first that's your opinion well if I quote from the unskilled documentation which is stuff that we've gone we know twenty eight of those died within a few weeks to months after the accident there assist some of those deaths have been related to driving cars are called or cigarette smoking whether doses are much lower and do two types like radio iodine one three one iodine and the older people we don't get thyroid cancer even if we use a higher dose of iodine and that's simply because exposure we've had about fifteen destined fired cancer we think approximately five ages as well during natural life but we think about five thousand excess cancers we've already as we would expect very few to die from their cancer simply because thyroid cancer is very easy to creation so if the sixteen thousand is right we would reckon we'd see a total up to one thousand ninety two I've not actually been the power plant my Ukrainian colleague is going to arrange now it's a lot easier to go and there are some people living in areas which seemed worked there there's not so many young people because obviously there's not so much industry because nobody wants and we know that cesium actually doesn't give you a very high dose of radiation to the body it the same one cat scan so you can see why is the doses are low you're a real mess it was an industrial accident of horrendous proportions and it wasn't managed actually kills more people than the radiation does because of the stress of evacuation inappropriate I think they cut the food chain very quickly so they stopped sources of contaminated. The unlikely as I'm a scientist you can never say never but it's highly unlikely we'll see anything cool how do you keep a watch effectively on that sort of thing whether an health and we are starting to see an awful lot of stress related problems coming out nothing uh-huh medical purposes

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World Records Week Night Riddles

Chompers

03:43 min | 1 year ago

World Records Week Night Riddles

"Chompers is produced by gimblett and supported by good night's the number one night time underwear welcome back. It's time mm promote chompers your morning and night tooth brushing show. Let's get brushing start on the top of your mouth on one side and brush all the way to the molars in the back. It's world records week and tonight. We have some record setting riddles about food. Here's your first one. I'm a great noodle commie spaghetti if you wish but i'm different from the others i don't fit in a dish. What am i the longest noodle the longest noodle ever made in switching to the other side of the top of your mouth but don't brush too hard. The longest noodle ever made was ten uh-huh thousand feet long. That's almost two miles long so if i were to hold this noodle up it would be as is high as a mountain. That's just the joke no really. It took three hours to measure the noodle. The noodle was made in china china and it was cooked with garlic egg and tomato sauce and it took more than four hundred people to eat the entire noodle swishing to the bottom of your mouth and keep on brushing. Here's another riddle. I'm a cabbage. I'm <music>. I'm big you bet. I've got a record heaviest yet. What am i the heaviest i cabbage the heaviest cabbage switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and brush the inside outside and chewing side of each to the heaviest cabbage ever grown in the world was grown in alaska and it weighed one hundred and thirty eight and a quarter pounds sounds. That's a grownup. Are we supposed to eat a cabbages heavy as a grownup. You need a giant eat such a monster vegetable <music> choppers i tonight. We'll come back tomorrow until then three to stay. Chompers is a production of gimblett media. Hey champions. We wanna know if you could give a piece of advice to kids. It's going to the dentist for the first time. What would it be. What would you say tell your grownup piece of advice and have them send us your answer. At chompers chompers dot dental we might use your answer on an upcoming episode of chompers grownups. That address again is chompers. Dot dental chompers is brought to you by good night's the number one night time underwear good night's delivers protection where children needed the most grownups you understand stand the importance of a great fit. There's nothing like the confidence boost you get from looking good and feeling good but when you're a kid experiencing nighttime wedding that confidence can go out the window especially when training pence don't fit luckily good night's has you covered with nighttime underwear that fit for kids with leakage protection and a great fit good night's. Give your kids a confidence boost.

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In Heat and Humidity, Watch for Lawn Diseases.

Your Gardening Questions

04:56 min | 3 months ago

In Heat and Humidity, Watch for Lawn Diseases.

"Tell us a little bit about all this hot and humid weather. I know that now's the time you have to watch for lawn. Diseases. Well mark that is indeed true, and that's that's. It's kind of an annual thing. However We've had let us where I live now that that it varies considerably, but we've had. been rains some deluge, and then submitted ranged kept lawns moist to the points at the do point Do Point on. The grass can last until nine ten, nor even eleven o'clock in the morning to the point that that. Okay that much moisture. High humidity which is I'M GONNA. Say just simply yesterday. I tried to watch some windows. And I. Put it try because it was done at eight thirty in the morning. Before the Sun hit! It was so humid that the windows wouldn't dry when glass won't dry. It's H-. Hot, humid so anyhow. Fungi exist in the air at all times. They're blowing around there. Probably in the first thousand feet above the ground, and they settle and a Cetera when they settle on a susceptible plant and each kind of like the human cold, each each person gets a cold for a different reason, but it's still basically the same. Win Those spores are on the grass blades, and then we get a cold shower at six thirty in the evening and or high humidity or both the whole night long. Is a wonderful time for those fungi to Germany when they germinate, they send what is indeed kind of a tiny little room into the plant where it's been can grow if he is a fungi. That's going to cause disease He does that ring now. I don't know that these things are running rampant, but I have been told about red. Dollar spot. Guy. Guy Boaters Lawn I. Don't know week or so ago that he his tennis shoes turned orange. Well that indicates to me. That is lawn has arrested disease. What to do about it well. I. See about getting into a high rise you to mess with it, but more importantly. Some of these things are when I'm GONNA call natural. That doesn't mean they're good, but blue glasses which are prevalent in our area along with them, some of the new tall will turf type all fescue. Each one is a living in a d much baloney on it. There's hundreds of millions of them in a given long. When there is a spore when there is high humidity darkness. And, then temperatures are up. These guys are guys. Tales Germinate. Take a hold on the lawn and cause a problem now. sometimes you can't present them by putting on. They fun just side before the fact, but then how do you know that's going to happen? Well, that's where you have a lawn care company. That's that's where they try to stay did. I'M GONNA. Life in this now to Arborist who told me in a in a dry year when he sprays for fun decides and and protection of plants. He becomes a miracle worker. In a wet year, which we've had three of a row, he can spray with the same stuff same same everything. Mean to do just as good a job, and at the same time the fungi will germinate, and the way they go and prevention will have helped, but he won't stop the diseases so right now I would say along with other lawn care factors set that blade high, and and as a matter of fact high as you can is a good thing, which and then does trap some more water, but it also allows the plans to have enough leaf hype to gain enough sun to make enough food to sustain, or let's just say direct toward a well grown plant, even though there's millions of and that's that's the overall and it so Try It will if it comes down to your needs to water your lawn. Do not water in the evening. I'm going to say after dinner time at all I want that long going into nighttime dries and be on the surface at least so the next morning you can sit up the sprinkler and run it for three hours a spot deliver that one inch of water you'll have benefited the lawn, but drive by Neuner soon thereafter, and it'll start holding the disease at bay, just in a more or less normal way, or let's say by virtue of the way you care for the lawn.

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#29: MORNING MESSAGES | The Most Important Thing

On The Verge

05:43 min | 2 months ago

#29: MORNING MESSAGES | The Most Important Thing

"Good Morning I am coming to you this morning from my walk in the park. You may hear the noises me. So beautiful these summer mornings. I had this thought this morning. that. Really what I bring to you. My friend are just lessons I'm learning. Lessons I've learned lessons on learning. If I can share what's coming through me. To help you. Understand you. Well. Then, it's all worth it. So this morning. I sat to meditate for half hour. I. Don't always do that for that long. But during the practice. I realized my God. This is the most important thing I can do. Today for myself. And? There are other things that are the most important thing. But so often. We put those aside. To get shit done. Right. We put. That most important thing aside. Whether it be. The workout or oh, there's a motorcycle time alone. Whether it be the bath, he promised yourself. Or the reading the writing. Or just the you know quiet time to prep. Meal. I'm not telling you what your most important thing is. For me today. I realized. The most important thing for me. Was To. Sit. For a half an hour. And to allow my system. To settle. To allow myself. To tune in. Deeply. To what I was hearing from within because if I get too busy and I get busy just like the rest of you, I get super busy you know running running. But if I don't allow myself that space. I can't hear myself. Right, who were you listening to I talked about? Just today or two ago. So. The most important thing what is the most important thing you can do? For yourself today. Truly. What is the most important thing? And then. Go do it. Everything else can wait truly. Everything else can wait. While ago, I used to. Be So anxious. About, writing my to do list every morning. That I couldn't even sit to meditate. I couldn't even sit to read. I get the lists down because I felt like if I couldn't get it out of my head. I never settle. Insane right kind of caused me some of the ADRENAL fatigue that I've experienced. And I'm still working through honestly still working with those cortisol levels. But What, what are you rushing to get to? An shipping yourself of. What is the most important thing and it may change day to day. And that is great. It should change. Saying, that says if you can't. Meditate for. A half an hour then you really should be sitting for three hours. Right that your priorities are outta whack. And that's all I'm suggesting today. I recognized it. This morning. What is the most important thing? For You And you could even. Put that at the top here list as a number one. And then go do it. This is the way we take back our power. This is the way we start to trust ourselves. and honestly. Be Completely Frank. It's the way that we stay out of being. whiny. And Cranky. And taking things out on others because we don't have any time for ourselves. Take, the time. Do something. That most important thing for yourself today? And let me know. Let me know some of your most important things because I'll share them here on this platform I don't have to use your name. But I would love to know other thing one other thing I'd like to do a queue in a morning message where you write in any questions that you have because I'm hearing from you guys. Let me know your questions or topics can you talk on this what you think about that? So email me. Hello At Bradley Dot Net. Or D.. M. Me on facebook instagram where Lincoln let's get the conversation going. Let's make this more engaging and I look forward to the next time. We take this walk together. Thanks for listening be well.

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It's ok to use weed and feed in the Fall.

Your Gardening Questions

03:59 min | 1 year ago

It's ok to use weed and feed in the Fall.

"We're partnering with Stoke Seeds Preplanned Your Indoor seed starting program with the help of the all new stokes website now mobile and tablet friendly the new website is a brand new gardening. Hi this is Mark News from plan talk radio thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast you're gardening questions from plan talk radio to help keep this podcast free for you while you're online for the best selection of vegetable flower and herb seeds available go to stoke seeds dot COM cultivating successful growers for generations you're the Driza bone and yet even though they have a very deep route I would recommend watering the lawn number preplanned your indoor seats starting program with the help of stokes gardening guide and their online articles on their brand new website now mobile and tablet friendly and request your free catalog look dead they'll they'll probably curl a little and look where non dead if you will but at the same time usually on that and yes by all means a Weeden feet as a matter of fact if it would be good news a weed and feed this time of year thanks again for listening to the podcast earning planting and harvesting all the gardening accessories and a free catalog whether you're adding texture a new variety for a splash of color developing an existing gardens or starting the three three hours in each place you water get the Dandelions Buckhorn and it's cetera growing or at least functioning show we said A. and then it will absorb the weed killer better and then the the F. The follow up would be roughly ten fourteen days later and put not the New Light Green leaves grass growing everything is looking great hit him again because some of these things with the deeper root from scratch stoke seeds has some great resources to help you plus all the gardening accessories you need to make your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with stokes how today's question we also had a An email from Julie at Fred at plant talk radio DOT COM and she says suddenly I have much Danny Lines type of thing now if you have quite a few weeds in your lawn this year and you're GonNa do your fault meaning can go ahead and use the type of fertilizer I clover and oh come on the little blue flower out it those critters can look like they're alive going into it really get up real early in the morning while there's do run the spreader then use your old shoes because you wet feet before you get very far but hard can I use a weed killer this time of year well by all means yes now some advice on net the weed or weeds different kinds variance offers better interactivity and higher quality imagery but what hasn't changed is the stokes website is still the complete resource center with valuable information on seed star Leuser that also have the weed killer I all means and there's where well those are usually dry blends and that there's nothing wrong with that and and that of course put us well into out over but at that point hit him again Weeden feed or just a wheeler and they may or may except that you want the kernels the whatever it's bound on as they fall out of the spreader you want him to stick to leave so I would and a really significant route factor are rascals to get killed and you

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I hate grief and last day at church in Springfield will be during mission day.

The big d zone

05:24 min | Last month

I hate grief and last day at church in Springfield will be during mission day.

"Okay this is a prestige. Am just hanging out here in lobby I would have been back inside Don, Dea? Second quarter worship because being the fact that I'm moving in two weeks Who knows that my last Sunday here would be joining cross ways Dome Mission Mission Day. And the so they're having their own missions day on October four and who knew my lethargy would be done emission day who knew. So but my thing is the methods was great though the worship was great message was great and. There was a part in a sermon where he was talking about the importance of listening to God in recognizing who the Lord Jesus Christ is and. He got to singing no not seeing, but he got to sand deliveries of the song nothing about the blood of Jesus That was one of my wife's favorite song other than the amazing grace other than amazing grace. I almost teared up I close my eyes off like minded like, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No. Not Now not now not in the middle of a good message now now now now, no, no, no, no, no no not now I mean he was the thing in the song, but he was still saying the song. You know in the words of on I, say Today Dive Plan God's plan Dazs plan. Tell you the words. That's what that's what happened. And so I almost choked up. Vicodin is China fight. I was trying to find out China fight. You know. I didn't want no flashback coming up after a very successful trip to Orlando. And then I'm getting ready and thank God I already packed up boxes already by myself. But when he was saying the song, it got me thinking about my wife I'll like no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no no no possible. No no no. No. Now now now now now now now don't do that. Don't do that. So that's the only reason why I'm not still in Thi-? Now. And? So. I mean everything was great. I mean they had they had two people are being baptized than the I don't know if anybody been baptized today because I didn't go back and then I was running my From my mouth with somebody at the tour before I came in, and as you know is recording my third and final PSA outside and I will. Enjoying the weather a little bit finals. It was cool finally. Finally in the middle of the day like eleven nineteen was finally coal. and. It was unbelievable. It was amazing. It was finally I was able to sit outside for a while relaxed while the PSA and during the intro and then took a pitcher and all I dead I'll let you see it in a few minutes but. Part of the service that was difficult. And you gotTA. You gotta understand what without Wifi for almost three hours this morning. two or three hours this morning. And it was a method with just nothing but a mess three hours. And couldn't sleep because I knew I was coming to church and. We had a different vehicle we had That And I was warned that was going to be puppy. Thank God I got my medicine. Thank goodness. I have my medicine I was like. Thank goodness for being prepared. Didn't have the little cramp, but it went away thankfully anti tumor medicine though. Only suffering from a little emotional setback from the about the blood part. Desktop only pardon I'm suffering from emotional. Side effects there so I'M GONNA. Have to say this phone battery because I predict bring it but. I just wanted to tell you what I'm going through and everything like that. But other than that I'm good. I'm hopeful. And enjoying the weather and everything like that. So. Still from my buddy's still. On some of the festival Fires. That's coming over back and forth. So. All a all good. It's all good. So, this is. J. Big down and Who Know? My last day here at causeway would be doing missions day one of my favorite days. Who? Fifty Country LLC DOT com. I hate grief. I really hate grief I hated diety.

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Creating A Productivity Map To ACTUALLY Achieve Your Goals

The Jasmine Star Show

20:14 min | 1 year ago

Creating A Productivity Map To ACTUALLY Achieve Your Goals

"Business Louis there you go you're welcome welcome back to another episode of Jasmine Star Show where we talk about life business and yeah I just combine the two words like life she was inadvertently not so inadvertently asking was can you help me figure this out because Bianca has two children she travels multiple times of months makes most of us feel like we're less than as entrepreneurs we feel like we are constantly surrounded by other business owners that are planning executing be further from the truth in here's why I'm going to introduce you to my sister Bianca for those of you who don't know I am a fraternal twin. I want now I don't know about you but I have felt the same as Bianca and then I created a system to help me get to I wanted to go and and of course making time for rest with the perfect work life balance and they're doing all of that before we finished our First Cup of coffee now wall seeing other people's lives on instagram it's tempting to think that some people can just do more well others just can't but this could not her and her husband Matthew are starting church she writes books she speaking in female prisons about the love of God like Y'all think I'm making this up if she says she has is terrible joke that drives me crazy she's like I want to introduce you to my roommate womb w. o. m. b. she's the kind of person that walks into a room in immediately make everybody her best friend and I am the person who walks into the room and she told me Jasmine I have so many things to do and I just feel like I look at you and you're getting stuff done I'm trying to do stuff and I'm not getting it done in the capacity okay and I am very excited to cover this topic today because it's all about productivity okay so I get it the word sound soul promising but at the same time Dan and Bianca is my sister and she's just a really amazing human being like she growing up she was known as the nice twin oh I'm not making that up she's so rad so you could just imagine when my sister approach me and in a real conversation said I am so over well as a painting this picture of Bianca she's kind she's amazing you know she is literally the kind of person who like hangs out with orphans and saves people from human trafficking hides in a corner sips on some wine and then casually determines when or if I'm actually going to start engaging and interacting with human beings we literally Yin Yang she is day and night and she is ex- I M Y I mean we couldn't be more different we often joked womb me I'm telling you even as an adult she does this and it drives me crazy so here I am using her joke this is bianca my meat okay so mazas Dr she does she just nice like you just want to hug her so any time she asks me for a favor I will always show up for her because I really listen you're the holy twin I'm the hood twin you're just going to have to pray me into heaven so I do a lot of Nice stuff for her because I'm like one step closer to Bianca is like two steps closer God you know what I'm saying Oh my God is there like a lightning bolt that's gonna come out of the sky in strike me down for saying this e either way I said hey come over to my house and I said if you give me three hours we can map out your entire year like I don't know if I should say that again like three hours to map out her entire year swear by now a quarter is made up of three months and so maybe it's because I wanted to be a pirate as a kid but a map just now maybe you don't have three hours right now to your year okay I get it but what if I could explain how to map out your next makes life more exciting yes I get excited to make personal business plans because we can create clear path to getting to where we WANNA go three months in less than thirty minutes yeah now we're dog okay so a quarterly productivity map is something creating a map because I want you to be clear and I want to let you know that I'm about to share my exact process Oh and this is where all the collective pirates in church say are an Amen Y'all I can't even plan for these jokes they just come to me I day plan now in case you're driving working out walking the dog or cooking as you're listening to this podcast don't worry about taking notes I've created a free product help me out here was that joke funny or was it not funny should I keep my day job maybe so now I want you to get back to this idea of Oh you can sit back relax and enjoy this conversation knowing you have the resources to plan on your own so now that we've laid the foundation beginning with a quarter so we will pine with a quarter that's three months out of the year and then I'm GonNa talk about how I build out a month plan a week planned in city planners that you can download at jazz dot com forward slash productivity the link is also in the episode description from wherever you are tuning in today now it's time to let yourself -treme no rules no restrictions I want you to ask yourself what is the one thing in the past it didn't work or I've tried so many things in I can't seem to pull it off or I've expressed this here folks I just want you to pick a project now I should probably take a pause in address something that could be bubbling up for you I understand that we myself included have a hard time identifying a project because we can tell ourselves story I've tried it before you've been wanting to do but just haven't found the time to make it happen well maybe if I queue up some really emotional inspirational music here it will get you idea to my wife and she just thinks it's really stupid like I understand there's a lot of emotions that surround picking a project but as we have this conversation I just want you to pick something you've been wanting to do for a while without worrying what people have to say is the project it could be launching your website training for a marathon it could be creating a new product literally the project could be anything talking more about what you really want just hitting oh come on there is no need to get now number one do I have the capacity number two I set a date number three I figure out how number four now that you have your project in the front of your mind it's time to build your quarterly productivity map for the sake of this conversation I'm going to use a years I wanted to launch a podcast it was something I knew I needed to do but I just couldn't get over the fear doubt or what people think or judging your ability to do it right like as you pick your project just let your mind be free take a deep breath and say the question number one do I have the capacity now the answer for me is yes I was dying for something new as a creative expression it was something how I chose launching podcast as my quarterly project so let's walk you through the exact same questions to put you in my head space Alf Grace and say you know what I need to wait to do this project until I have the capacity for it and friend that is totally fine for the sake of this conversation if you realize you don't have the capacity for the project that you want to do now why don't you choose a simpler project where you can say yes I have the it was time to cut the excuses and get to work before I start a new project I take five things into consideration in I'm going to share those with you passy number two it was time for me to set a date I chose October eighth two thousand nineteen to lunch podcast now you will be creating very similar estimates for your project but the key here is to add extra time sometimes you'll use that extra time I don't know how to do this nece you know like all that stuff that kept on rising up to the top but the minute I chose the podcast to be my quarterly project then your answer has to come in the form of one of two things it's time for you to take something off your plate so that you can do this project or you can give us personal example because I want to be review I want to walk you through the good the bad and the Oh so fog Lee okay so for years I am talking about number three I had to figure out how now this will look different for each project and each person but to give you insight into what I needed to figure out tasks for over a decade I ran my business by myself I was the only person responsible for every task what is my podcast about right like you're listening to this list nearly jasmine that's so basic and I say I know but what happens is we become easily intimidated by doing projects when we don't know how but once we literally have a brain dump write down everything you need to know it's no longer scared four I created timeline in number five I create tasks for the sake of clarity I will answer these questions to walk you through here's a sneak peek into a very long list no we ain't got the time to go through the list right I mean the list is like Santa's list basically it rolls out over three a quarterly project perfect now it's time to focus on our monthly plan this means I break out one the of the unknown you have a framework to figure out how nets get into consideration number four and that was to create a time line now this is the now what I just explained to you right now is the framework for a quarterly project and I'm sitting here thinking wow isn't it amazing thing that I felt like I wanted to connect deeper with people and I was ready for it now if you enter this question no I don't have the capacity for the project I want to do now continents I'm going to share a few things now I'm sharing them and it feels a little vulnerable because I'm like I don't want you to judge at how basic I am but when I need a list most important part creating a timeline is key when it comes to planning for productivity because I hadn't launched a podcast before my time line was based on estimates of the three months and focus on what needs to get done specifically yes that is right I list everything that needs to get and sometimes you won't but the key is to plan for that extra time now once you have understood if you have the capacity once you have set a date one how to figure it out it included things like how to record a podcast what do I need to buy to record a podcast how to upload podcast what's the name of my podcast tasks that needed to get done things like record episode one or choose podcast graphic designs or send thank you gift to podcast this is if there's one thing you take away from this podcast it's this we have a very hard time moving past the point of overwhelming podcast launch this project I assembled a team to get it off the ground and tasks were assigned to each of us and then we set out to do the work Mike I literally no what tasks need to get done each week and this helps me from feeling overwhelmed friends right here all list of things that I can actually accomplish I wanNA use a real example of mind to explain what I mean in the month of September the month before the ground up on your own some of my most successful projects are things it I did entirely on my own now I see that because for the it doesn't feel impossible to tackle a big goal like when I just walked you through is a five step approach to I want to tell you that it's totally possible for you to do every task in a project in fact I think there's a beauty to creating everything from appeared California Yogi druggies who drinks green smoothies eighteen times a day I get it but breathing is soulful it's exciting and totally relieved the overwhelm I was feeling and the hives that broke out every time I looked at the quarterly map right like when you look at your so you figured out how and once created a time line based on the things you have to figure out how now at least to consideration number five and that is to that is what a productivity plan does it shows you the path and gives you hope that the project you've been wanting to do for so long can actually happen and this is where I want to take a second to pause and I want to breathe now I know I sound totally crazy because I am one of those we because we say I don't see the end don't have the path it is not clear therefore I cannot move on well once you get all your task and you break them in to the month then you break it into a week instead of looking at a list of all the things I need to do I can just focus on a small seconds and just in case you think I'm totally weird I'm actually going to

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Do Singapore Airlines Flights To Nowhere Make Any Sense At All? #1018

Trent365

02:23 min | Last month

Do Singapore Airlines Flights To Nowhere Make Any Sense At All? #1018

"Singapore Airlines is offering flights to no way doesn't make any sense at all. ooh. Singapore. Airlines. Have announced today to start offering flights to no way quite literally a three hour flight to know where you take off from Singapore, airport and land in the same place three hours later, just flying around in sky now to be fair packaging with limo transfer and hotel stays and a few other things to make feel like you going on holiday but of course. At the end of the day you really not and so the question is doesn't make any sense at all because there's a fair chance. They're not gonNA make any money out of these. They might break even at best but they're probably not gonNA make a lot of money because let's face it who's going to pay a heap of money just to fly around and go nowhere. But this two things that make it make sense to me first of all the planes of sitting date on the ground anyway, they don't do anything. So you might as well use them even if they breaking even and you're also keeping people employed is three things you're also keeping people employed. So you keeping some of the team on and the third thing is you'll keeping the brand fresh in people's. Minds. Not that anyone's ever going to forget Singapore Airlines but it is a chance. I think to Kinda continued experience with the brand. Now, they're not the first airline to do it I. Think Either Ed did it I think a few other people doing it and apparently the ones in with eva air have had some reasonable success not sure how successful it's going to be. It's obviously a bit of A. Novelty to short-term thing but it's an interesting approach i. mean the crucial can offer a cruise to nowhere they literally going out doing short cruises and then coming back. But the difference is, of course when you're on a cruise ship, there's a lot more to do as opposed to sitting on applying. There's not a lot to do the same netflix movie that you could probably watch on your ipad on the. Couch. So there is Singapore Airlines flights to no way not sure. I would actually be doing a flight to no way but then are flying enough fillets people that don't fly a lot. Maybe it's an interesting thing. What do you think? Would you do a flight to no way? Let me the comments blow already that is it today I do think if your time and I will be back again tomorrow.

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