35 Burst results for "Three Important Things"

Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

Eye On A.I.

01:41 min | 1 d ago

Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

"We're gonna talk about trustworthy a i. It's something that is increasingly in the news and concerns a lot of people. Ibm has a product called fact sheets. Three sixty that i understand is going to be integrated into products. Can you tell us what fact sheets three sixty is. And then we'll get into the science behind. Yes so let me start by laying out what we see is the critical components Trustworthy a at a high level Three things there's a ethics there's govern dated ai and then there's an open and diverse ecosystem an ai ethics is fully aligned with with our ethical principles that we've published with arbin dr ceo co leading the initiative out of the world economic forum. And i'm adviser for essentially open sourcing our perspective on a ethics from a govern data in ai perspective. It falls into five buckets. So i is. Transparency second is explain ability third is robustness. Fourth is privacy and fifth is fairness and so the goal of fact sheets is to span multiple of these components and to provide a level of explain ability. That is needed to drive adoption and ultimately for regulatory compliance. And you think of it as a nutritional label for ai where nutritional labels are designed to help us as consumers of prepackaged foods to understand what are the nutritional components of him. What's healthy for us. What's not healthy for us. Factually is designed to provide a similar level capability for a.

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Becoming Technology Forward and Data Reliant in Marketing with Roku's Sweta Patel

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

02:13 min | 1 d ago

Becoming Technology Forward and Data Reliant in Marketing with Roku's Sweta Patel

"How do you think about driving. Growth within marketing. And what do you feel like has changed over the years And the businesses that you've worked in can i. It's a really really complicated place to be right now to be a marketa it not only. Do you need the traditional side of marketing. But you really need to be technology forward and data the line. I think i think of them in three buckets like the way i look at these. Three levers are just kind of poke into a minute. And i looked at them in every job that i've had but it's just gotten much worse. Not only is is in enough growth to be had but you'll losing resource is having to just become more and more efficient and those three things i tend to focus on. Everything is moving so foster and humans can't keep up with it. I mean you need to be able to mock it and deliver personalized experiences at i. Cool at the speed over tick-tock swipe if you get to the consumer that quickly especially five years from now the relevance of you being around is just is just going to get northern and then with talking about like things like ticked off. The media. Landscape is so fragmented right. Keep her on instagram. In their own take talkin will watching. Tv they're watching multiple devices. And so you warm often channels than we've ever had before people are all over the place and they need to get to them quick us. So that's a challenge at roku the way we're trying to handle these things is we've really started to invest into a crm. And so all go. But before i got here we have channels. You know what they call multichannel marketing. We did that. Everyone's trying to do that and everyone's trying to do on me channel marketing but the way we're focusing about is really trying to now and get the power about platform out and one of my roles here at here. At roku is becoming hyper focused on really building tools automations so that the marches can actually be feeding the systems and and making the systems v. The brains of what we do is all this manual curation and execution that needs to happen.

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Enjoying Life Through Our Inevitable Mortality With Journalist Suleika Jaouad

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:45 min | 3 d ago

Enjoying Life Through Our Inevitable Mortality With Journalist Suleika Jaouad

"We are as the buddhist master pama trojan has said. We are all programmed for denial. There's something about the human condition that doesn't quite let us take in our mortality. I- often compare it to like trying to get one of my cats to look in the mirror. You just do it. You know or trying to put two magnets together. They won't quite touch. And i don't you know i don't quite know why it is and there are lots of practices in buddhism and the catholic tradition memento mori. Were you carry around like a stone in your pocket and touch it to remind yourself you're going to die and so one can get better at this but it requires a lot of work. Have you now that you are out of that situation. We should talk about how that situation resolved your health your health trails but do you find yourself forgetting once in a while that Before death it's all life. Yeah i forget. All the time i have moments like this morning where i knew we were gonna have this conversation and having a bad hair day and i rushed took a shower and then i felt totally ridiculous because a couple years ago i had no hair and so to be worried about a bad hair day. Especially on a podcast. Is you know a level of absurdity. That i'm fully aware of but i also think that there's there's good reason for why we we can't have that heightened awareness of our mortality if we were all live every day as if it were last we'd go bankrupt and probably make terrible decisions in the world but likely implode and so. I've come to delight in those moments of forgetfulness Because they feel like a real marker of of progress in and healing from me the flip side of that is that you know when i wake up in the morning all often remind myself of when i was at my sickest and might energy was so limited that i could do about three things every day. I could answer an email. I could watch a movie. I could see a friend. But i really had only enough energy to do three things three simple things and now when i go into my day i use as a kind of song exercise for myself of if i could only do three things today. What are the things that would feel most important most rewarding most

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"three important things" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:55 min | 6 d ago

"three important things" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Here's what we believe. And we believe that all people are equal and that our rights come from God, we are God's citizens. The Marxist and the leftists and Socialists believed that all people are equal, but some people are more equal than others. And their rights come from government. That's the difference and that's where they want to take us. Where are they taking us? Where are they driving us? Where are we going? You know how the kids sit in the back of the car and say, Where are we going? That's where we're going. We're going into being subjects and slaves of the state. That's what they're working on. Pumped, and this is another thing that Alabama put out the Board of Education. These are good words to listen to. Concepts that impute fault. Blame or have a tendency to oppress others. And the need to feel guilty solely because of your race or sex violates individual rights, which is guaranteed under the Constitution. Equal opportunity, which is under the constitution, an individual merit. Three important things. This is part of the exceptionalism of what America believes in. Individual rights. Equal opportunity. An individual merit. Not a participation award, an award for winning an award for victory. And that's what CRT is against their tearing us down, stripping away our beliefs. How can you become a soldier and go and fight for your country if you don't believe in your country? They have a plan. They have an agenda. The board also passed the role that would punish teachers that violate This new law. The promoters of critical race theory. Here's one of the tricks they use this. This is what they're using. In Baltimore County. They try to promote the idea. They attempt to claim that what they're teaching is not CRT. They'll say, Where do you see in the curriculum? The words CRT. It's not in there. What are you talking about? You're just staring up trouble. Now it's called Equity. Equity is racist equity means that if I'm white, and you're black, you get three apples and I get one Apple. That's equity. It's not equality, equality. We both get an apple. But this is equity and equity is based on critical race theory or the fact that you're white, a form of racism. So Alabama shot down the argument. They said. Well, if you're not pushing and promoting critical race theory than this new laws shouldn't even bother you. Shouldn't even bother you, but it will guarantee You can talk all you want and say all you want about not promoting critical race theory, but this law will guarantee That you won't do it now. You think that's going to happen in the state of Maryland? The belly of the beast? The Socialist Republic of Maryland. Do you think that could happen here with her dominating Not Democrat. We used to have a Democrat dominated state. If you still believe that, you know what you're living in a fairy tale and Maryland we have a radical left state. I mean, we have a state that's so bad. Some people are leaving and going to California. That's bad. That is bad, but, uh, that's the thing that's the new racism in a way. It's a new racism. Think about it. Ask yourself a question. If keeping black people down. Putting them in danger, not protecting them. Denying young black people in education. And an opportunity to succeed in life and get a job. Is that not a form of racism? And I ask you if it is a form of racism. What's happening in Baltimore City? All of that stuff is happening in Baltimore City. They're getting no education. This August Fells or whatever The name of that school is. Where they were cheating, and they were corrupt. And they were passing kids on social promotion. That didn't even have a first grade education. What a disservice what a criminal act to young people. They should be going to jail. No question. People should be going to jail and that school, but I'll ask you all one thing. Do you think that's the only school in Baltimore City that's doing that? Give me a break. Every school in Baltimore City. I will bet is doing that in some form. And they gave that Santa Lisa, the president of that school system..

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What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:59 min | 6 d ago

What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

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

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Foods That Cause Kidney Stones With Dr. Neal Barnard

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

01:23 min | Last week

Foods That Cause Kidney Stones With Dr. Neal Barnard

"What foods are likely to cause kidney stones on their three things that i would like to. Maybe focus on the first is animal protein. Many many studies have indicted animal based diet in kidney stones. And in this case they're not looking at the cholesterol in the animal fat. They're looking at the protein in it. So which foods are protein in meat dairy products including cheese eggs. Getting away from animal. Protein seems to help so animal. Protein suspect number one number two high sodium foods. That's kind of surprised. We think of sodium as being related to blood pressure and it is but it also affects calcium balance in the kidney and high sodium diet can cause Kelsey related stones' number three calcium itself in this case. It's not the calcium broccoli Calcium that's integrated into a food seems not to be the problem. The problem is calcium supplements. Take a calcium pill. It's associated with kidney stones. Now good news if you take the pill with it is not associated with kidney stones if you take a calcium supplement on an empty stomach. That's when that huge load of calcium comes in not buffered by anything else and those are the ones that are associated kidney stones

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How to Choose the Right Cabin on Your Cruise

Essential Cruise Tips

01:55 min | Last week

How to Choose the Right Cabin on Your Cruise

"So the first thing that smart cruises do once they've decided what itinerary they want and what ship they want is think about the cabinet and choosing the cabin. Why is that really important. A lot of people say cabins are not important as just some way to get changed and sleep however. Let me tell you if you get a cabin. That doesn't suit you it will ruin your crews. I have thousands of people. Contact me around this issue. So what do smart cruises. What did i do for this particular cruise. Well first of all. I never ever take a guaranteed fat guaranteed. Fair is where you choose which kevin great you want about caen. Ocean view sweet. Whatever it is and you let the cruise line choose the kevin full you. I will always take the choose. Your own kevin option. Now it's not always necessarily more expensive. So that's the first thing. I do get control of choosing a cabin secondly i would always choose a cabin where i'm surrounded on all sides by the cabin above me below me either side of me and i did opposite me. I'll make sure there's a cabinet then kind of provides a buffer of from any noisy venues that may disrupt you can potentially protect you from high traffic areas or whatever that is really really important. The third thing i then do is make sure that i'm having a with no interconnecting door to the next room. Unless of course i need one because i'm traveling with someone that against really important because noise and disruptions can seep through and become pretty disruptive particularly people next to you have different scheduled to you. The first thing i do. Is i choose a cabin in the center of the ship so middle of the ship and that's really important because first of all it means that you equidistance for more of the key venues and activities so the restaurants might be at the back of the ship or you might find the frontal ships theater so you kind of middle wise. Also it's really important because it's where you're going to have the least amount of movement so that's also good worried about being seasick.

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Steps to Avoid Injury When You Aren't Training for an Event

Another Mother Runner

02:20 min | Last week

Steps to Avoid Injury When You Aren't Training for an Event

"So i to quote just love to run and not training for anything and we have similar mileage. Although my weekday runs about six miles in weekday want weekend ones or eight to ten. So the three things that i credit to keeping my injuries at bay is foam. Roll nearly every morning. I do dynamic drills post. Run that i kind of probably talk about far too much on this show and i strength train them two hours a week. I string train Twice a week for an hour so Yeah those are. That's what i do with that kind of mainframe of running to keep me. you know. Not limping down the stairs and away from any. Pt's so what are what are your thoughts. Do i mean. I think that's really smart right. I think foam rolling is awesome. Staying strong is the second stool second leg on that stool and and the third one is. You know making sure that you're properly warmed up and cooled down at the beginning of a run. So i think you've got it there. Sarah i mean i don't know if she has niggles like i would say that might just be her body just talking to her a little bit and i mean that doesn't necessarily mean that she needs to go faster. I mean we can talk about that in a second. But i mean other things that she can do to switch it up. That might that without going faster. Are things like maybe going on a trail. Run every once in a while. That would change up the muscles that you use and you know slightly call in more your stabilizing muscles which might actually just put those nichols away. She can cross train a little bit. I mean i know she likes to run a lot and i understand that but making sure that she you know she does get something that feels like. She shouldn't push maybe get on a bike or get in the pool or the elliptical. Something like that for a little break. Yeah i do have to say that the years all blend together. But they're definitely time where. I was running six days a week just because i liked it so much. Yeah yeah and that was when i would kind of limp. When i walked downstairs sometimes people who would see me. You know like walk up to them so that they can kind of see me coming. They'd be like oh something wrong. Why are you limping. And i'm like You think i'm

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Managing Transitions in Tough Negotiations With Jamie Lieberman

Negotiate Anything

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Managing Transitions in Tough Negotiations With Jamie Lieberman

"With hostile negotiators those tough negotiators I sell us on this. Why is this so important to know. I love that. I'm always you always have me on to talk about the difficult people. I just wanna laugh about that. I think it's really important to talk about because when you come across a difficult negotiator. It's really a lot. It's like alarming. You know we have. I think often not just an emotional reaction but almost like a physical reaction when someone becomes really high style and someone becomes very difficult. it becomes personal So learning how to prep for that and how to handle that and have maintained a level of calm. I think is one of the most critical but most difficult skills. Negotiator can have exactly no. I agree i agree. And i think we've all fallen victim to bully here and there and it's almost overwhelming and so i'm excited to get into this because a number of listeners have expressed interest in learning about this and so That's what we brought in expert. So the the three things. We're going to talk about today. I how to build rapport in these tough negotiations and second. How to gather and use information strategically for these particular types of negotiations and then lastly how to change the game from hostile to collaborative and now when we talk about building rapport jamie. This is interesting. Because hey aren't these jerks. We don't want to build rapport with them. They don't want to be nice. So can you tell us a bit more about rapport building in these tough negotiations. This is really about being the better person we have to step back and remember particularly and business negotiations that the business and so the minute. We stopped taking. Somebody's bullying as personal. It's a lot easier to try to bridge that

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Media Narrative Is Going to Switch, Ignoring Three Biden Failures

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Media Narrative Is Going to Switch, Ignoring Three Biden Failures

"To take in hostage Okay, it's gonna turn into three things. Number one. They're going to start to highlight the most successful airlift ever. They're not going to mention that that airlift involved a lot of other foreign countries as well. They're going to take credit for that. They're not going to mention why the airlift was needed by the way either number two Going to start taking credit again for the work of some other nations. Yes, we secured it and our military deserves credit for securing the airport, But there were a number of foreign countries. Who took who played a role in that had aircraft there and got people out. Joe Biden is adding. We'll talk to cash Patel about this A little later. Joe Joe Biden is taking credit for all of the foreign governments got their people out to So you're going to see the airlift, taking credit for other countries and number three You're going to see the media now start to transition from Joe Biden's catastrophe to while the military did a great job at the base and in the evacuation, which they did. Our military should always be law to be lost 13 heroes over there. And we have been the ones trying to defend them from Joe Biden's catastrophic decision making. But the narrative from the media doesn't give a damn about our military a

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Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

Another Mother Runner

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

"I know from being an athlete for so long and really been given so much advice from so many who loved me and wanted me to do well. I think my purpose as well as to cut pass the noise and get right down to the signal of just the simple few things to focus on so it will be eye candy when you look at this little roadmap because there's only three things to think about two weeks out and the first one is actually maybe let's go back to play the most playful one. I'm going to ask you to play with foods. That are robust. Just busting at the seams with vitamin c. Why bet well. Here's the deal. I don't know about you. But i know when i put a lot of pressure on myself in the past and i'm heading into my final week of taper. I start to feel a little scratch in the back of my throat starts to feel little congestion. I feel super fatigued and bam. I'm sick with a cold. So i am proactively. Giving your body by asking you to eat foods rich in vitamin c and giving your body a little bit extra defense. I'm helping it out by giving it some protection because vitamin c is really good at fighting some of the oxidative stress that comes from your body repairing itself. I mean it takes work. That's probably why you feel. It's why you feel a little bit of fatigue going into tapers your body's pairing itself and if it doesn't have some of the protection it needs it falls prey to whatever you come in contact with. It's it's a have a natural response to get sick when you are repairing absolutely one so we're talking everything from citrus fruits. Two peppers strawberries. But you also say you could also supplement. I mean and what is that a good idea for everybody or is it district people who don't like fruits and vegetables. Can you get enough vitamin c. It's more or less your personality type right like. Do you want to commit to eating some of the vitamin rich or vitamin c rich foods consistently every day. Or do you just want to cover your basis with a little bit of an insurance policy. My personality type. I'm all about the food. But i also wanna just know that i got at least a thousand milligrams right so i will pop a few vitamin c. packets in my bag for work and just make sure i grabbed one a day and it just bolsters my defense before. I even feel anything coming on.

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How to Create Great Thought Leadership with Andrew Rogerson

Marketing for Consultants

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Create Great Thought Leadership with Andrew Rogerson

"Andrew. Thank you so much for being with us here today. So the first thing i want to ask you about is a Leadership and some people have a really negative reaction to that term. Some people love the the concept of taught leadership they see it as a as a kind of something to be respected on admired. And this kind of it. Somewhere in the middle. I think is where it's really atkin. You talk to us a little bit of bike. What leadership means to you and how you go about creating leadership should to be honest with we could probably spend the next hour talking about definition Leadership whether thought leadership is content marketing or own fits in our view thought leadership is three things it's authoritative it is original and it's insightful. Say it needs to carry song authority. And typically that as evidence led so it needs to be backed by by research of on it needs to be original so it needs to add something to the composition rather than just the noise and it needs to be insightful. I e your clients need to be able to do something with the information that you've given if those three things that then i think we can safely call thought leadership. If it doesn't much doesn't let's visit that. then. I don't think you can okay so so insightful. And able to do so the senior Is what you're saying there. Is it to actually be actionable. Yeah absolutely if you to look at one of the magic changes of thought leadership over the last five ten years five to ten years ago we were much more interested in so leadership around brand awareness and in the very beginning of the funnel. Neither is moving much more towards the middle of the funnel and helping clients solve problems. So decisions undo something useful to absolutely.

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Three Challenges to Delivering Caring, Upfront Patient Experiences

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Three Challenges to Delivering Caring, Upfront Patient Experiences

"As patients, when we're calling into a health system, we are concerned about our health or we are hurting and we are in need of care. We're calling an organization whose mission it is to deliver that care that we need with empathy. Yet, for health systems, there's still a real challenge in delivering an upfront patient experience that aligns with their mission of care. And I want to touch on three things, three of those challenges. And the first is just call volume. You know, our healthcare providers are large organizations with many patients and partners that they have to manage. And despite significant health system investments and on the channel communications, used to the voice channel is still the predominant way that people start their engagement. There can be hundreds of thousands of calls annually received by a hospital at their main number, not to mention all the other service lines that they have. But then there's the complexity. We know that there are many clinics and departments and specialties that make up a health system. And understanding where to call can be a challenging task. And then you think about those that are on the other end, the operators and agents that have to service those calls. And having to manage all the variation that each specialty has and with their unique processes and the specialized knowledge, that can be a daunting task for them as well. And then that brings us to the third, which is cost, because while you might be able to enable a better experience by just putting more people on the task, employing enough people to deliver the service level that you really want to have, that can be cost prohibited. And then if you have budget to improve staffing, doing the recruiting that you need to make sure that you're putting the right talent in place and then holding that talent in place and finding against the employee turnover. That can still be a challenge.

Napping (MM #3808)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Napping (MM #3808)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years, experts have been telling us the best way to boost our productivity is by taking brief catnaps. Even during the work day. Of course that's not realistic for most people and I'll be honest with you, I can't take a nap that quickly takes me 1520 minutes just to calm down enough to be able to sleep, and then what are you sleeping for? Ten, 15, 20 minutes, or research now says, even if you can't get a 5 minute nap each day, there are three things you could do choose any one of them to help improve your concentration, help lessen your stress and help make you feel a whole lot better. Number one just simply close your eyes. Close your eyes for 5 minutes and just let go, try to de stress yourself. You can just start off in space and daydream for 5 minutes again, set a timer, but just look off into space and stop focusing on what you're doing now and all the problems of the world and just dream a little bit. And then three if all those don't work, you can always just sit there and focus on your breathing because 5 minutes to help loosen my stress on a daily basis couldn't be a bad thing.

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Napping (MM #3808)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Napping (MM #3808)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years, experts have been telling us the best way to boost our productivity is by taking brief catnaps. Even during the work day. Of course that's not realistic for most people and I'll be honest with you, I can't take a nap that quickly takes me 1520 minutes just to calm down enough to be able to sleep, and then what are you sleeping for? Ten, 15, 20 minutes, or research now says, even if you can't get a 5 minute nap each day, there are three things you could do choose any one of them to help improve your concentration, help lessen your stress and help make you feel a whole lot better. Number one just simply close your eyes. Close your eyes for 5 minutes and just let go, try to de stress yourself. You can just start off in space and daydream for 5 minutes again, set a timer, but just look off into space and stop focusing on what you're doing now and all the problems of the world and just dream a little bit. And then three if all those don't work, you can always just sit there and focus on your breathing because 5 minutes to help loosen my stress on a daily basis couldn't be a bad thing.

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Why We Must Reject the Fallacy of Victimhood

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Why We Must Reject the Fallacy of Victimhood

"You know there's a chapter in my book on happiness. My book on happiness is titled. Happiness is a serious problem there. A chapter in the book about believing your victim and how that makes it impossible to be happy. That's right you cannot be happy to the extent that you consider yourself a victim. I taught my children their victims of three things. They're all laziness and their own port city of making that. That's how i was raised. That's exactly how i was raised. There is no human on earth who cannot conjure up reasons to believe he or she is a victim. No one because everybody is a victim in some way. No one had a perfect upbringing. No one has a perfect nature. Everyone has to battle something some aspect of the way they were raised some tragedy that happened in their lives. Some built in problem with some built in health problem some built in weight problem. Some built in looks problem. No one escapes tragedy. It that human doesn't exist so the question in life is. Do you see yourself as a victim. And every non white non male in this country is told that they are victims of white males in particular white christian males in particular white christian. Hetero normative sis gender males the empty truly empty human beings that got. Phd's the nothing's the people devoid of any depth the unhappy empty souls that teach your children at forty fifty thousand dollars a year and that includes most high school. Teachers now

RIP to America's Prestige

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | Last month

RIP to America's Prestige

"Walter. Russell made in the wall. Street journal begins his column. You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose this honor and you will have war. Winston churchill's words to neville chamberlain following the munich agreement echo grimly across washington. This week as the by administration reckons with the consequences of the worst handled foreign policy crisis since the bay of pigs and the most devastating blow to american prestige. Since the fall of saigon american prestige is very important not for ego reasons but because american prestige is the guardian of liberty in the world. Joe biden believe three things about afghanistan. I that he could stage dignified an orderly withdrawal from america's longest war. By the way you know we had. I believe twenty five hundred soldiers. We had no no not one soldier died then one american military person this past year. What what was the necessity of leaving. Everything that is happening is was completely predicted predictable. I predicted it. That's in print. And i'm i'm not a prophet. I'm just not a leftist

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Turn Your Poker Weak Points Into Strong Points

Smart Poker Study Podcast

02:44 min | Last month

Turn Your Poker Weak Points Into Strong Points

"Here are the three things that you must do. And this is what. I learned from arnold. You must do these three things to turn weak points into strong points in all dive into each one but let me give you all three right now. Number one is do not hide from your weak points. Number two is to focus on your weak points and number three is to use the priority principle. Let's get into each of those. So i do not hide from your weak points. You have to realize that you have some poker weak points everyone does. I've got plenty of. Let me tell you you are going to become a stronger player by facing your weaknesses and working to overcome them. Hiding from your weaknesses will not help you become the player that you want to be. I guarantee i recently wrote an article on card player. Lifestyle dot com and the articles called know your areas of weakness and you can find a link to it in the show notes page now in the article. I discussed two ways to learn about your weaknesses. One is to spot those situations where you're just unsure or uncomfortable obvious weakness there right and the second is to use a program like poker tracker four review your stats your win rate's on a regular basis and those are going to tell you where you need to work on your game right but other than those two things another way to find your weaknesses is to listen to your poker friends right. We started this episode talking about a friends. Don't let friends skip leg day. Well if you have poker franson they pay attention to your game and if they say something to you about your weaknesses you gotta listen up take note on it and follow up on it see if it really is a weakness and if so bam worked to turn it into a strong point so to borrow that line from earlier right poker friends. Don't let friends skip study sessions. They don't let friends limp into pots. That's a big thing. They don't let their friends call more often than raise pre flop. They don't let their friends call three bets with crappy hands also poker friends. Don't let friends defend their blinds just because it suited and poker friends. Don't let friends call on the river when they know they're beat so maybe you don't have any poker friends who can point out your weaknesses. Well if you read a poker article. Listen to a podcast. Watch a video and it discusses strategies and you just can't wrap your mind around it bam probably a weak point of yours the fact that you cannot understand these strategies this person is talking about. You need a dive in a little bit further into it right. Lastly listen to your coach. I'm your coach right now. I just told you to stop limping. Why do you keep limping. You gotta frigging. Listen to your coach. If they're telling you to do something do it.

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The Best Investment I Ever Made for My IT Education Career

The Heather Monthie Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

The Best Investment I Ever Made for My IT Education Career

"Etc. The best investment i ever made was listening to In reading business based podcasts. Books audiobooks all that kind of Anything related to business and so it's always a difficult conversation when you start talking about education in business in the same context because You know people don't necessarily want to think about education as a business but for me it was really learning how to run in my career like it was a business and really learning how to promote and market myself. How to package up my skills. In a way that was necessary for employers as i've done some consulting work with With educational institutions and companies. That may be the run at training program. Really just showcasing my skills in my abilities in a way that really makes sense for them. And so when i listened to all these different books audio i had. I had a pretty long commute for a little while and listen to a lot of different audiobooks. Podcasts in purchase went to the library. Had i have an amazon kindle kindle unlimited subscription really just sort of shifting that mindset from one of i m looking for opportunities to teach into become an educator released shifting to one one of i'm going to create those opportunities increases opportunities for myself increase them for other people as well and that was a huge shift for me and i really think it helped Helped my career and helped me build up myself as technology educator. I remember one time. I was at a networking event at you know and it was for cyber security professionals and i was talking to a group of people and somebody had asked me what you know. What kind of degrees do you have to get to be able to teach an into work in administration. That kind of thing. And i said well i have a. I have a bachelor's degree in computer science. I have a master's degree in education. I have a phd in information technology and i was able to merge all those three things together to create. You know some of the opportunities that i've been Ben afforded the wonderful opportunity to do some of these things

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"three important things" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

06:16 min | 5 months ago

"three important things" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"I just kept on applying in my next application was at now. It's called fearless. Find but i'm not sure what was called previously. It was headed by aryan simone and she held those competitions atlanta and it was for you to receive an investment in We usually go up to i. Think one hundred thousand dollars in so I applied made it through the initial round. I made it to the second round the next round. Was we rats. Thanks headquarters here in atlanta and we went into separate rooms and you had to pitch before your judge and i pitched i had my whole thing together in the end event. Mike judge said that was an amazing pitch. You really know your business. You really know your sat. But what i want to know is what is your unique identifier. And at the time. I resist pitching about us being a horrible as being inclusive in us being clean. I wasn't talking about my journey. With ex acne. I wasn't talking about why i want. These products specially formulated for acting excellence princeton. And they'll don't even ask me why. Because i don't even know why to this day why i left it out but i was like okay. These are the three important things that i need to touch reason and so she asked me and she was like. I think you're really beyond to something. Once you state your unique identifier. What is your point of differentiation in. She was like when you look at fenway. Because at this time now bent he launched making out. You know with these fifty shades and nabis other brands will come shades. And so she's like when you see these brands coming out. You know you can't really lot rely on the inclusive because they're coming out with more shades than you are can't really rely on being affordable because some of these brands like the drugs brands are now trying to expand their range. So what is it truly aside from being clean And so i released hook her advice. And i ran with it. And that's when i drilled down on my elevator pitch. That's when i drilled down on our tagline clean beauty for the forgotten sheets. And that's why drill down on i created this because of acting at princeton in premiered. That's when i just isolated snatching up everything that i was applying or honestly n. You're like i'm coming for everything kicking down doors and i would. I mean even an actor. I would apply for. There's no way they can deny me out soon. And that's really how it wasn't. It was not only was it with me with capital but it was helping me with exposure to because now doing these. Big grant competitions pitch competition so my second pitch competition area and was at facebook headquarters and i actually made it onto stage and from there. They picked the finalists which was not me. Glad it was nice to see my growth development and at the same time. I'm picking up like he's five k. Ten k. grants in just building premier and at the same time maintaining this relationship at target. So i went to target headquarters In a believe it was february of twenty nineteen every february. They do a black owned business. Fair were they highlights Black owned vendors that they have at target as well as vendors they're interested in bringing in or vendors that they love the service that they're providing in. So i remember. I made relationships in contacts there and i maintain that relationship off three twenty nineteen and then my big competition team in december two thousand eighteen. I was a vendor at target essence holiday market. And it was it was right. Self december twenty nineteen is my last month. That my ninety five no if ands or buts about it. And so i was a vendor at the spare I met with a lot of the target execs that i had met at headquarters and i was also in the pitch competition that was hosted by new voices essence in targets. And i remember. I gave my page in like the target. Exects for emailing me like. Oh my gosh. I caught this year militaire and it was so amazing i remember. I went as my goal was. I just didn't wanna win. The runner up like i just don't want him in the renter upright. And so i think the runner up prizes. Like five thousand. I believe and then. I think the next year with fifteen. If i'm not mistaken and so i was in the next tier images really everything. Just progressive just kept on progressing marry applied for a bumble for business pitch and i won that a grant i applied for a visa grant. I grant I got into target takeoff beauty last year and bear program in that at the end of that was lynn. Target in the green light dot com. And then all of last year nine. Even more capitalist applying to the big buckets and one. I've legalist twenty or twenty five k. Through the brown girl jeans shea moisture vaseline pitch competition. And then i applied one more time the fearless fund pitch competition and it was here in atlanta and it was my cell and another be company. 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"three important things" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"three important things" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The eric metaxas. Show with your host. Eric metaxas in folks. Welcome all my gosh. It is hay fever season. I don't know alban. Chris you guys okay. I just feel like feigen yup yup. I was hunting. Easter eggs. And i didn't start sneezing so i think i'm okay already. Yeah wow well listen couple things. Today i'm talking to mike lindell in a few minutes. I'm talking to mike lindell. It's fascinating how political the times in which we live there. People who hate my glendale who hated trump who hate trump. things are so political yesterday on twitter. Posted don't get the vaccine. Pass it on now. I'm trying to be provocative because they're tons of people that i have talked to. Who are sending me all these videos. I'll post some of these things on on twitter about why it's not a good idea to get the vaccine but the fury that you get on places like twitter. It's just so it's so political and so bizarre. I'm not getting the vaccine and a lot of people that that won't wouldn't get it. And i'm just we'll have to talk to people about. Maybe naomi wolf kentucky can tell us more about that like genie way before we get to our divisive friend. Mike lindell we should remind everybody. We've got three things three important things. First of all there is a film called church..

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"three important things" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"three important things" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Could do the same thing for hospital procedures, diagnostics or anything else though that information is available to people for a variety of reasons. Number one is the Internet. And smartphones have enabled that. But the other thing is happening is consumers much worse in their own healthcare and being driven by influencers. So diabetics driven by other diabetics, influencers on the diabetes blog or facebook or a group of insulin pump users called potters, they use the Omni potty and Salami. Leading on Instagram they can learn from other potters, the positives, negatives, and all the experiences that have had. Physicians engaging in social media in a big way, and so it's happening as consumers are taking healthcare into their own. Yeah. Why that's happened I. Don't know other than there's been a big shift in people's engagement social media. The data that's on the Internet is way better than it was twenty years ago you know where you really couldn't trust anything that you were reading about your healthcare and these influencers are driving that in improving that data. So the crowd is driving and proven that data to all three of those things since three important things. Dramatically, improving diagnostics will shift the characteristics of disease. Remote monitoring and telemedicine telemetry tutoring things telemetry connecting your device to a doctor telemedicine is getting on zoom call like this or Webex crawling connected to your doctor. And then lastly, the fact that patients are much more engaged in healthier those three themes are driving an incredible paradigm shifts. I hate use that word but it's just.

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"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

"Know? You know, many parts of a pine tree are edible. The 2000 year old man routine was also immortalized on five comedy albums and an animated TV special. Reiner developed a TV pilot called head of the family. But the network did like writer in the starring role. So it was recast, premiering in 1961 as Big band Night show, Reiner once told me. We know when we're doing the show of shows that we were doing something very special because all the writers would say, gentlemen, Gentlemen, this is a classic When we have something really good. We said this was the last time they did. And the Dick Van Dyke Show. I knew I had something very special because it was about me and any time you write about, not that I'm special, but anytime somebody writes about themselves, they're writing about everybody. How much did the Dick Van Dyke show Mirror Reiners Riel family. Reiner son, actor director Rob Reiner said. It was a general feeling of how Robin Laura Petrie related to each other. I mean, they It was a real nous to it. An honest look at how married couples really work. Carl Reiner is early film directing career included Wears Papa and Old God, and he co wrote and directed four films with Steve Martin. The Jerk Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, The Man with two brains and All of me. Reiner won many Emmy awards over the years for his work in comedy. In 2000 he was honored with the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for comedy In 2001 Reiner returned to acting, playing a thief and con man in Ocean's 11 and refreeze the role in its Sequels in 2000. For he was the voice of a lion in the animated TV series Father of the Pride. In the 1994 interview. I put this question to Carl Reiner. How old do you have to be to be legendary? Is there an age limit? I think you have to have done three important things. And I figured out what those three important things were. I've done the The depend I show I did the show of shows, and then I did the thing called the 2000 year old man. I've known little pictures in between that work, but I think the thing they remember your foremost you have to have three of them, and I can make you a legend. Even that or some publicist just the size. Let's call them legendary and make him more important. In the eyes of the Nation, the legendary Carl Reiner. He was an American original. I'm Bill Diehl, ABC News.

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"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

"Dyke Show. I knew I had something very special because it was about me and any time you write about, not that I'm special, But anytime somebody writes about themselves, they're writing about everybody. How much did the Dick Van Dyke show Mirror Reiners Riel, family writer's son, actor director Rob Reiner said. It was a general feeling of how Robin Laura Petrie related to each other. I mean, they It was a real nous to it. An honest look at how married couples really work. Carl Reiner is early film directing career included Wears Papa and Old God, and he co wrote and directed four films with Steve Martin. The Jerk Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, The Man with two brains and All of me. Reiner won many Emmy awards over the years for his work in comedy. In 2000 he was honored with the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for comedy In 2001 Reiner returned to acting, playing a thief and Con man in Ocean's 11 and reprised the role in its Sequels. In 2000 for he was the voice of a lion in the animated TV series Father of the Pride. In the 1994 interview. I put this question to Carl Reiner. How old do you have to be to be legendary? Is there an age limit? I think you have to have done three important things. And I figured out what those three important things were. I've done the The defendant show I did the show of shows, and then I did the thing called the 2000 year old man. I have not little pictures in between that work. But I think the thing they remember your foremost you have to have three of them, and I can make you a legend. Even that or some publicist Just the sides. Let's call them the legendary and it would make him more important in the eyes of the nation. The legendary Carl Reiner he was an American original. I'm Bill Diehl. ABC News Come on news time. 1 50 for Hell. Insurance Business Update from Jim Tesco, a final hour buying.

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"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

"You know, many parts of a country are edible. The 2000 year old man routine was also immortalized on five comedy albums and an animated TV special. Reiner developed a TV pilot called head of the family. But the network did like rider in the starring role. So it was recast, premiering in 1961 as Show runner once told me we know when we're doing the show of shows that we were doing something very special because all the writers would say, gentlemen, Gentlemen, this is a classic when we have something really good. We said this was the last time they did. And the Dick Van Dyke Show. I knew I had something very special because it was about me and any time you write about, not that I'm special, but anytime somebody writes about themselves, they're writing about everybody. How much did the Dick Van Dyke show Mirror Reiners Riel family. Reiner son, actor director Rob Reiner said. It was a general feeling of how Robin Laura Petrie related to each other. I mean, they It was a real nous to it. An honest look at how married couples really work. Carl Reiner is early film directing career included Wears Papa and Old God. Any co wrote and directed four films with Steve Martin. The Jerk Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, The Man with two brains and All of me. Reiner won many Emmy awards over the years for his work in comedy. In 2000 he was honored with the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for comedy In 2001 Reiner returned to acting, playing a thief and Con man in Ocean's 11 and reprised the role in its Sequels. In 2000 for he was the voice of a lion in the animated TV series Father of the Pride. In the 1994 interview. I put this question to Carl Reiner. How old do you have to be to be legendary? Is there an age limit? I think you have to have done three important things. And I figured out what those three important things were. I've done the The defendant show I did the show of shows, and then I did a thing called the 2000 year old man. I have not little pictures in between that work. But I think the thing they remember your foremost you have to have three of them, and I don't make you a legend. Even that or some publicist Just the size. Let's call him legendary and I will make him more important in the eyes of the nation. The legendary Carl Reiner, he was an American original. I'm Bill Diehl. ABC News. Another airport, the size of Si Tak would be built in sound. Thurston County State Commercial Aviation Coordinating Commission says the new airport is the preferred strategy for addressing the long term need for increased aviation capacity. Projection show by 2050. The state will need twice the capacity for air travel. The Olympian reports The commission wants to have six options Narrow down by midsummer. Coma News Time. 11 20.

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"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"three important things" Discussed on KOMO

"Parts of a country are edible. The 2000 year old man routine was also immortalized on five comedy albums and an animated TV special. Reiner developed a TV pilot called head of the family. But the network did like rider in the starring role sold was recast, premiering in 1961 as A big man show, Reiner once told me. We know when we're doing the show of shows that we were doing something very special because all the writers would say, gentlemen, Gentlemen, this is a classic when we have something really good. We said this last time they did. And the Dick Van Dyke Show. I knew I had something very special because it was about me and any time you write about, not that I'm special, but anytime somebody writes about themselves, they're writing about everybody. How much did the Dick Van Dyke show Mirror Reiners Riel family. Reiner son, actor director Rob Reiner said. It was a general feeling of how Robin Laura Petrie related to each other. I mean, they It was a real nous to it. An honest look at how married couples really work. Carl Reiner is early film directing career included Wears Papa and Old God, and he co wrote and directed four films with Steve Martin. The Jerk Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, The Man with two brains and All of me. Reiner won many Emmy awards over the years for his work in comedy. In 2000 he was honored with the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for comedy In 2001 Reiner returned to acting, playing a thief and Con Man and Ocean's 11 and reprised the role in its Sequels. In 2000 for he was the voice of a lion in the animated TV series Father of the Pride. In the 1994 interview. I put this question to Carl Reiner. How old do you have to be to be legendary? Is there an age limit? I think you have to have done three important things. And I figured out what those three important things were. I've done the The defend. I show I did the show of shows, and then I did a thing called the 2000 year old man. I have not little pictures in between that work, but I think the thing they remember your foremost you have to have three of them, and I can make you a legend. Even that or some publicist just the size. Let's call him legendary and make him more important. In the eyes of the Nation. The legendary Carl Reiner. He was an American original. I'm Bill Diehl, ABC. New Carl Reiner was 98 years old. Coma news time. 9 20 year.

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"three important things" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"three important things" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"F. B. K. at six forty six now at KFBK and we did have a six counties that were able to open up into this phase two and the criteria does include that you can have no death in your county for fourteen days and only a one you can save ten thousand every ten thousand people of for that fourteen day period so there were six counties that have met the criteria along with other of the in particular criteria that they did have to meet to add there's a full list of things but anyways Butte county Eldorado county Lassen the vada plaster Shasta all those counties can move further into phase two a second account he has not met the criteria yet and obviously other counties have not as well just over six but as the small businesses in the area look to the time that they will re open there is some help from the state in terms of guidance Isabel Guzman is the director of the office of small business advocate in the governor's office of business and economic development the office mainly does three important things such as providing information and resources to small businesses and we are fortunate to administer a program in the state of California but on a network of small business centers so in fact we have the currently eighty six actively engaged centers throughout the state of Colorado California they're federally contracted include H. U. as straight consulting services for small businesses to do great training and of course during this time they really stepped up to engage with small businesses on capital issue on your transition and adaptation to the market place they have an advocacy role we also advocate on behalf of small businesses across state government and then also the private sector focusing on issues like actual capital access to market places access to network resources that critical things that you need to start lunch don't go and during these trying times for businesses they aim to offer help for continuance finally we focus on resilience and making sure that our differences are as prepared as possible and of course during this time on the global pandemic that a highly important critical issue in how we can help it survive and and ultimately thrive during and after because it's eighteen and there is some online help actually offered every Friday in the form of a weapon are that Isabel tells you about it opened up the opportunity to be a great start for years it's not that the third we have an entrepreneurship task force that we that we launched a year ago and dealt with in this task force they are they're successful and here should tell their businesses than who you wanna get back get back and make sure that.

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"three important things" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In London Hey you got to give me some help you you either got it back down a little bit where you gotta send me some more troops Butler garments and lord north there's sitting him letters saying come on shape but these people in their place D. Congress means to appeal to the king but not to parliament and now we're into October just the plan of union for Mister Galloway has been tabled they will not take it up again John Dickinson I believe is called upon one more time to draft a letter to the king why was that significant professor writing the king and not parliament as of first come it'll come Congress comes to a close it it it's done the three important things somewhat contradictory things first it does ultimately adopt the the the topic resolves in in the form of the association name massive boycott of British goods secondly it really does constitutionally deny virtually all parliamentary authority over the colonies so in other words the Congress's moved about as far along the constitutional path toward independence as it can but it is still loyal to the king so this petition to the king on the one hand denies parliaments a story which is a very provocative belligerent posture but on the other hand expresses lovingly the colonies affection and loyalty to the king hoping that the king through his affection for the colonies will somehow intervene and get parliament off the colonies backs begin with professor Richard beam in his new book is our lives our fortunes and our sacred honor the forging of American independence seventy four to seventy six or focusing here on the first time in a Congress which closes in October November of seventeen seventy four when we come back as these letters go off to London how are they greeted by the king and what is the expectation of the second Continental Congress and the following year I'm John bass this is the John bass John.

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"three important things" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on KTOK

"Her throat. Fifty two year old. Juanita Gomez believed her daughter Geneva, Gomez was possessed by the devil. Juanita Gomez was convicted of first degree murder. The storm kept dropping tornadoes that from Ellis county emergency manager Russell Miller who says at least two tornadoes touched down last night, north west of Shattuck, Warner probably. And we've got another house. That's got. Probably four damage pretty bad. He says the third house had roof damage and the national weather service now has confirmed that to e f one tornadoes touchdown last night near Shattuck. And e f one has wind speeds up to one hundred miles an hour and all the rain we've had in the past week has wiped out any sign of drought in Oklahoma state climatologist, Gary McManus says there are increased odds of above normal precipitation last week of April and then into may and through the first part of summer. He says cooler than normal weather is expected as well. U S drugs are James Carroll says President Trump is deeply concerned about the opioid crisis Carroll is in Oklahoma today is traveling with Oklahoma US Senator James Langford, and Carol tale tells KTAR K news, there are three important things that have to happen. This country about pitching. Not to go down this route. We're going to get your for treatment. And we're going to help.

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"three important things" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"My name is molly panels and i'm a fellow in the governance studies program at the brookings institution the twenty eighteen congressional primary season in full swing with seventeen more states holding primaries in june the november midterms after all are less than six months away individual races and the battle for control of congress continue here a few important things to know until first of all the president's party almost always loses seats in midterm elections in only three midterm elections since nineteen thirty four has the president's party picked up seats in the house and the senate his party hasn't done much better gaining seats only five times the most recent pickups came in two thousand two when republicans benefited from george w bush's popularity in the early days of the war on terror indeed presidential popularity is important for understanding what's likely to happen in the midterms as political scientists generally point to it as one of three major factors that are particularly important in determining midterm outcomes in addition to how popular the president is how well the economy is performing also matters a stronger economy is generally good for the president's party finally the sheriff seats currently held by the president's party also plays a role if the party has a large majority that means it's more likely that some of the seats at holds are vulnerable and us likely to flip certainly these aren't the only things will matter in a given congressional election there's evidence from the twenty ten midterms for example the suggests that some phone rable house democrats lost because they've oded for the affordable care act specifically voters perceived legislators who voted for the aca as more liberal but as a first approximation look at these basic fundamental factors helpful in formulating expectations about midterm outcomes a third important thing to know about mid terms that without the presidential race at the top of the ballot energize voters turn out tends to be lower data from brookings is vital statistics on congress shows that will turn out averaged roughly sixty percent.

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"three important things" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

"Oh yeah but well that's thing about the scene there's three very important things that we learn in the scene besides the fact that laura dern character was having ellie ellie and in granddaughter yes elliott is beautiful like whoo holy moly moly i think it was yeah i mean but laura dern still a babe for sure exact same she's been a babe for decades yes still a babe definitely a babe in this but yes that was not what things can talk about i was talking about how there's very important things that get set up in this one is weight my my three important things she's obey these people could clean my room and he hates kids three months going to be all the kids in this are going to be anointed hell so you're all very close so the first thing we learn is he's bad with technology bad luck computers hate him technology hates them just touching the screen of this computer is bad number two will also sort of learned that this this theory which was very popular at the time and i think is sort of taken really take an old now it's a sort of accepted it which is just dinosaurs aren't like ancient reptiles they're actually very similar to birds yeah they got feathers and then yes we also learned that he does not like children yeah oh an in we weep and we learn the heat does not like children in the funniest creepiest way of all time to the point where even this is the part of the movie where i was like it's so weird how even his counterpart is going oh no.

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"three important things" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"I got his you know he's it's a newspaper rave like it's it's a form factor that i feel like needs a home button may be more than a phone does but i don't know i haven't seen it or maybe not yet you know i've actually been really craving a big ipad for a while now because i just i have felt the need to want to look at magazines and reap things on my device in my phone just doesn't feel like a covers it anymore so maybe maybe that will be the thing that gets used to it who knows i had i put with a broken home but no one point and turned on the accessibility function that what you do gesture control miss it there you go get a softbank and dragonair have confirmed hunch an agreement to invest an uber contingent on being able to buy enough shares from employees and shareholders techcrunch says the tender offer for shares will launch november 28th and last twenty business days as part of the agreement cofounder travis kalanick will require board approval to appoint replacements do the three board seats he controls wolves with three important things that i could do go to this one is the travis chronic i'll put in a corner you could no longer stuff the board with his friends although he's got a couple of friends that he put on there before but they've they've locked him down took this to certain extent also employees can cash out now it'll be interesting to see how many place stick around if they can mike hey let's get rid of some of our options to the softbank and of course softbank taking a huge stake in october while they also have a huge stake an old law and and softbank getting into transportation in a big way.

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"three important things" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"After several maybe one or two days of fasting or maybe after twenty poroso posting some people who do a headache so that it's a good sign that will your plan is not getting enough energy in its habitual use will form and maybe trying to signal the rest of the body that the party has to send some other form of energy for example ketone bodies of something send out with um fasting if you're measuring fasting of your defining posting in terms of ketone body for medicine above sutton liberal than that mccain after twenty put a ellis or if you have that chris all urban much higher than fasting maybe twenty forty eight seventy two or even ninety six hours before you see that level upbeat ketone body that's that can be your definition of busting send that way i think on the where you define fasting will determine whether twenty four hours or 48 hours ninety six hours or even twelve hours sixteen hours his posting but the way we think we kind of defined how many hours your system sonata food is based on out daily circadian rhythm because if we think about uh what are the key elements to being held the boils down to three important things one is sleep the second one is nutritional ford and the third one is physical activity and these three are interlinked with each other so for example if somebody's sleep deprived of didn't sleep it's very hard for that person to do physical activity nextel go on their motto so destroying totally similarly if somebody's eating fifteen sixteen hours and has a very heavy meal at the end of the day that it epoch sleep dolts efforts physical activity one cannot run with full stomach so these three are interrelated on a daily basis what we feel is having limiting four to eight to ten maximum twelve hours helps to coordinate these three pound this sense of health work on a daily basis and give us a little benefit.

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"three important things" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Mr speaker shortly before i came to the chamber i was informed that a number of these tests have comeback as combustible the relevant local authorities and local fire services have been informed and as i speak they are taking all possible steps to ensure buildings a safe and to inform affected residents the leader of the main opposition labour party jeremy corbyn said the tragedy should be a wakeup call to the whole country residents of towerblocks all over the country are concerned worried and frightened for their own safety we have to learn those lessons to make sure this tragedy is a turningpoint in our whole attitude a never again to people die needlessly in a towering inferno living in poverty surrounded by a sea of prosperity i spoke to our correspondent raw watson who's been following the story and asked him what more we knew about this potentially dangerous clouding of think there are three important things to draw attention to so the the government is saying the threetest have already been done on council blocks all over the country that have shown the there's definitely a problem with our clouding various local governments estimate that there may be six hundred highrise buildings with with very similar material third issue the prime minister said the within 24 hours or so in the next forty eight hours we'll know whether the clapping used on the glenn financially met fire regulations but fourthly impromptu most interestingly the company that makes this cladding if if you look at the information on its website but they are about the material it actually says that it has a a highest rating for preventing the spread of flames and prevents the spread of of heat however.

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"three important things" Discussed on This Week I Learned

This Week I Learned

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"three important things" Discussed on This Week I Learned

"What this shows is that ravens have incredible memories and they're not only reading emotions but also faces remembering which human was fair and which wasn't within their own species ravens will recognize and punish the dishonest even after a single encounter and they'll reward the helpful building tighter networks for survival as for people well we don't really know how that relationship shakes out but ravens are definitely watching you and they won't soon forget when he wrong them on this week i learned that there is a simpler way to washing your hands it requires less soap less time and less hot water than you're probably using for this study which was published in the journal of food protection researchers put high levels of a harmless bacteria on the hands of a group of volunteers then the volunteers were asked to wash their hands underwater that was are there sixty degrees seventy nine degrees or a hundred degrees they were also asked to wash with various amounts of soap ranging from half a million leader to two millimetres volume researchers found three important things i that the amount of so made no difference even the smallest amount remove bacteria second that washing her hands for just ten seconds significantly removed bacteria from hands and finally third that water temperature also made no difference when it came to removing harmful bacteria from your hands what's cool is at these findings could have significant implications toward water energy since using water saves more energy than using hot or warm water.

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