35 Burst results for "Three Minute"

The Cowboys Figure out a Way to Win When Things Aren’t Perfect

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:48 min | 5 d ago

The Cowboys Figure out a Way to Win When Things Aren’t Perfect

"And the cowboys got that win. They did the. Nfl was a nailbiter seats. Wermer and i'm trying to think of other things you could apply to the cowboys first win of the season and it is here by the way we'll sort of like the open. It came down to the last few seconds that was greg's airline who was the goat. And i'm not talking about the greatest of all time. He was the goat after missing two field goal attempts to previous week against the buccaneers and appoint after temp but he was able to get it done yesterday. He lives in a he lives another week. And he's the guy. I mean he's he. He's a really good kicker. Although his quarterback dak prescott was Having to kind of watch from the sidelines go please please. Yes he kicked it. I mean Y'all's over there. Talking to omar checking on amar somewhat. Just trying to get my mind off of it. I guess obviously known in situation like that. You trust the teams and greg's are lying to put it through But yeah. I mean it was great. Obviously believing him make anyone did that and it was just a relief right. I mean the first one. I one a many in the first ones usually the hardest now. I'm not going to get into specifics. But there were some issues with clock management down in that final drive. The cowboys had it back with three minutes and change to go a lot more time than tom brady. Had the previous week when it was less than two minutes to go. But mike mccarthy and i don't know what was going on with keller more in their communication but they wanted to get a little farther down the field than having kick fifty six yarder but zor line had with his leg. Greg leg had more than enough distance yesterday that it could have gone farther than that than that if they needed it. I just know that. Mike mccarthy's happy to finally get this first one in the bow to come in here and win. This game was important on a number of

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Lennon Interview to Schoolboys, Songs, to Auction in Denmark

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Lennon Interview to Schoolboys, Songs, to Auction in Denmark

"A cassette tape with a thirty three minute audio recording of a John Lennon interview useful a school newspaper report we auctioned in Denmark later this month off a century ago full Danish teenagers interviewed them the recording including on a power on publish song by the late Beatle one of the team's remembers that it was the height of the Vietnam War and the Cold War that him and his wife Yoko Ono had a message of peace he says and that was important to us the teams managed to get an old jeans but lemon where he played and sung with no give peace a chance and a new one radio piece the items the tape twenty three still photos and a copy of the school paper estimated to be worth at least thirty one thousand dollars I'm Charles de Ledesma

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US Men Defeat Honduras, 4-1

Caught Offside

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

US Men Defeat Honduras, 4-1

"Much up for about an hour last night and then we stop staring into it and we scored a few goals and all of a sudden. I think that everything is going to be absolutely perfect forever forever and ever it got bleak last night it got dark. It's amazing it's almost like. Us soccer twitter jayjay. It's of all like the twitter spaces. I think it's the most manic roller coaster ride. It's crazy is for for people who don't follow a lot of us soccer accounts or whatever like it's a crazy place. And i think last night we actually at halftime had a manager. Change greg bear halter. He was fired on. Us soccer twitter at the end of the first half. Then after the subs anthony robinson's go. We played three minutes without a manager. But after robinson's goal bear halter was actually rehired and finish the game out as manager. So he's now back in his second stint with us soccer and it was very interesting as well for an hour and starting mls players. Terrible idea what are you doing. Joe bed better terrible. We smelled and then for the last twenty minutes. It was like land. That i love stand beside. Mls son guide its players to the national team. Like you just don't know what you're what you're gonna get oscillating wildly you you. It's a crazy place and you cannot allow yourself to get sucked into the one hundred percent absolutes. That are run out that this guy sucks. Why is he. I don't ever want to see him again. But now it's just a funny place. But anyway i don't know how deeply want to go into that. It was just a funny

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Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset

"Rising star Felix OJ only a Siemens ended the U. S. open run of American hope Frances tiafoe but not before a three hour and twenty three minute battle to secure a spot in the quarterfinals the twelfth seeded Canadian posted a come back full centric tree and next faces eighteen year old Spanish surprise package tell us al Qaeda's who continued his record breaking run through the draw men's second seed dental Medvedev continued is quiet but effective moved through the draw and the women's second seed out of settling and the fifth seed Elena Svitolina both phones as women's favorites after reaching the final eight I'm grand like us

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California Bill Targets Fast-Paced Working Conditions at Warehouses

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

California Bill Targets Fast-Paced Working Conditions at Warehouses

"Lawmakers are weighing the first legislation of its kind. Which could give warehouse workers new power to fight speed quotas. Npr's alina seljuk reports. Hurry hurry hurry send you about. Eta says that's how it felt when she worked at an amazon warehouse in southern california. All you see people bending down scanning every individual items getting to screening individual items scanning to wayne it out having to run to the other side put it in the conveyor and start over again. She rotated through several jobs for ten hours a day. she would bend twist reach scan. Unwrap re wrap hoping to hit two hundred items. Our i rarely ever saw anyone to use the restroom or less you know. They talked to some morley. Do mind scanning this item like every three minutes just so might time off. Task doesn't accumulate cover for time off. Task is carefully watched by amazon. The company says it's to make sure all technology is in working order but also to identify underperforming workers too much time off task over time and the algorithm can flag you as a slacker and get you fired some workers leg bharata who is now an organizer with a warehouse. Workers resource center have argued that the pace of work is unhealthy unsustainable. That's what prompted new legislation by california assemblywoman laurenti gonzalez were absolutely targeting. The practices of amazon that are being picked up quite frankly by other retailers the legislation. Ab seven one is a rare bill to specifically target large warehouses. It's complex but has two key themes the main one says productivity quotas cannot come at the expense of health and safety. If they do the bill would give workers more legal power to fight them. The second is transparency giving workers the representatives and government officials more access to detailed records of quotas and workers actual rates. What we know is that amazon workers get hurt. Twelve times as often as other warehouse

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Herald earls impressive do a former army. Captain served as commander at the tomb of the unknown soldier. He was on the west point baseball team where he was the all american captain there. He's one leadership awards he's been. Abc news person of the week. Not once but twice. He wrote a bestselling book with his wife. Rachel titled a higher calling which has gone on to become a usa today national bestseller. He lives in roswell georgia where he's running for congress. He has three sons aged. What how old are the boys. Our girls four year old two year old and a newborn. It's great to be on as well. Thank you herald earls. What's your last name herald earls. I'm kidding my last night it would be herald earls. What of boston. We're the earls. From the you know the history of that. Oh man. I can tell you know my on my mom's side we have eighteen. Rations coleman From the district. I'm actually run anther congress with a lot of family right. You live in the district that you're running for the the democrats that yeah my opponent gonna make that either but Yeah i actually but we'd you should probably live where people you up again. It does strike me that you know there is something to be said for understanding the community that you're supposed to be representing in dc. But that never crosses the mind of the types of people who go to dc for themselves and not the district they go there to get to hang out with in club and they forget the people back home and the longer. They're they're the less likely they are to visit home. And it's the moment that they don't keep a home in their district that you know they don't care you know. Every two years they hire the consultants. Let's talk first about your opponent if you thought she was doing a good job. You probably wouldn't run. So why are you running. Yeah one question. I'll tell you twofold one. So you mentioned the commander at the tomb of the unknown and frankly everything that i've stood for their rank soldiers. The died sacrificing everything very freedoms became clear to me that we got elected officials. Loosening bath is one of them that is just willfully thrown away and the fact that i have three boys. I very much. No the future. We're putting them into and what the future looks like. He's not in america. That i want to be part of and to go back to your original point with living in the district. You know we have representative. That is prevalent here. I go to all the events. And i don't fear it and anything and and for me. It's like this district is personal to me. It's in my home for a very long time. It's like when i talk about highway. Ninety two it'd be something that went to school. My dad was a pastor at first reading. Research You know highly. Four hundred is where where. I learned how to drive on the highway for the first time. So this district is my home. This is my community in his time. Have leaders frankly that are willing to truly stand up and look people in the eye and say i care about you. I care about your family. Let's change this country for the better told me obviously. I know you have a very impressive biography very impressive. It's it's rare that somebody is running for congress who has done the sorts of things you've done but share the the the two minute elevator pitch that you make when you're first speaking to a group to get us started. Yes i share the why Something that's our allies important Because it's very personal. I really point Not to get too far into it. i don't remember. I was guarding the unknown late at night. we're looking at it. You can see the. Us capitol lit up quite literally Other eisenhower i just felt this anger. Come over me. i couldn't explain it this time but it was really that was living. You know this. this This juxtaposition right of seeing daily the very best of this country. Everything that makes us proud it in america and yet just across the potomac. You saw such a different story right. I would see war to batch and it would come in on wheelchairs right and it would in all night right. I cat's echoes across the hills at arlington and i turned on the news and i hear politicians are applying players. They deal right nationally. I think goes across. America stadiums for me that is that is the national everything that i stand for and believe in this country And it's really what has You know let about two to run for office and obviously leading with a passionate vigor. That i think that it needed to the united. What do you have to do to win. It's hard to beat an incumbent Get more votes in my talk. Yeah more more. Statistically i can fit you know now. Republicans to our thought this has been especially across the nation especially prevalent enjoyed. I think we we sometimes try to raise a bunch of money and we end up making tv ads. it frankly are very good And we don't actually ground campaign and so i think that it takes care and doing tv ads. Yes doing well and raising good money which we are waiting to great money but on top of that. They also truly building a movement of volunteers of grassroots people. They're saying hey. This feels different. This isn't just another campaign to elect another republican member of congress or democrat member of congress. This is something cares about that cares about me. That will be a strong leader especially for my generation next generation of leaders. I wanna get behind this. And that's what we're making. The most momentum is building that movement coalition on the ground as well. What are the key issues I'm always interested across the country. People want government accountability. They want transparency. They want a election integrity. They want an economy that that that is open to opportunity. But i love hearing different parts of the country. There issues in iowa for instance or where i live in texas. That are particularly important. What are some of those that are specific to that district. Yeah you mentioned a couple of them. two big ones are integration obviously and crt of law. You didn't crt and i think that is very important right now I mean especially comedians person. Having three boys You know in a lot of the moms and our district are fed up with what is being taught in our schools How they're using those resources and funding and so for me. I want to be very big advocate of pushing getting. Crt out of the lane when you do that. It actually pushing block grants and that's basically taking federal money and pushing instead of right now they have. Hey you have to do x. Lines you have to have our teaching platforms in order to get this. Federal aid funding In one of these block grants pushes it all the way down to the local and state level so these communities can make decisions on where to spend money and that applies across education system across multiple different sectors. Even the healthcare as well when you look at reforming those different entities. I think block granted the key way to do that. And it makes government smaller and about. How much money do you have to raise to win this. Yeah so primary One point two million. It'll take you know one point client would be great to two million looking at a general five million. Thank you very much. My opponent democrat anti anti gun Person she raises a lot of national ninety nine percent of everybody out of the state right she had a very big funders including boomberg.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Laying the groundwork. The swap is laying the groundwork to start sending planeloads of cash to the taliban bill. Clinton's defense secretary. Bill cohen now says the taliban are going to need our help economically to be sure so now now after we spent trillions in afghanistan on the government that collapsed in the military. That fled now. We're going to start now going to start funding the taliban the senate this Amish in say our health economics sure may come under. Severe tax. Melkite provide them on certain conditions. Ironic is very people fighting us. We'll just power themselves all together just one pot of toxic terrorism. That's a possibility but just have any govern society is up awesome provinces centralized government as such split depends on the telephone. I still my heart. Heart's beat us and we're very much turn on our citizens of americans special some home health against much and money is coming diplomat recognition before coming and they're up against those who made the against some us anymore. Obama and i didn't cash to iran. And now they're getting ready to cash to the taliban surprise. Surprise jim ellis is a close adviser and lawyer to president trump. She's our guest coming up. Let's take some calls. Marsha mcallen texas down south right on the mexican border next to harlingen and rio grande city. But there's nothing to see down here. Just just remind you mission. Texas home birthplace of tom. Landry tom landry. Get sir you said his name earlier. And i had heard it for the first time during the twenty sixteen election george soros and so i started kind of digging around a little bit with him. And he's the founder in nineteen seventy nine of this open society foundation and you mentioned it where in Twenty twenty. He spent a hundred and eleven million dollars in what he calls. Totally quality and anti-discrimination the united states received fifty million of that and he started focusing on attention in the us back in nineteen ninety six and he calls it threats to open society in the us and in twenty sixteen he started focusing on social justice and then twenty twenty is when critical thinking and he launches what he calls the open society university and he gives them a billion dollars and its quest for racial justice. And you've talked in length many times about how the da's around the country are becoming dismantled in picked and chosen by george soros for the purpose of breaking down united states social justice. And you know. I thought okay. This guy's either eighty nine or he's ninety one in all right. He doesn't have long but he's got a thirty year old son who's gonna follow directly in his footsteps so i need you to clear. Think process for me. How does he benefit what. What exactly is the end. Goal for breaking down the american judicial system. Is it truly just in a radicalization of american society. And i mean. His foundation is called open society so his goal is to completely break down our borders. So let me let me start with this. If you study ted bundy or bt k. Or john wayne. Jc or any number of other people who are serial killers your left at the end of it understanding or wondering. but why ted bundy's crimes were not crimes of fulfilling sexual desires. Ted bundy was a good looking guy in law school. He got all the girls he wanted and then some he didn't have to force them in fact when he had romantic relationships with women. Those women were off limits. He didn't seek to kill them once. You come to the conclusion that we can't always use our structure of our system of values to understand. Why other people do what they do. That's when it becomes clear. Why does that. Why does a snake bite somebody. That has done them no harm. Why do that. Why does it dog bite somebody. Animals bite the hand that feeds them. And why that one time. Why does an alligator snapping. So you start with. George soros is wired differently number one. George soros believes that we are an arrogant. People and nation said this over a period of many decades. George soros believes that there is an inequity in the world that africa has been downtrodden and that these white a western civilizations have based on that he has crafted an investment strategy where he bets against western civilization currencies. And things like that. He has made a lot of money. I don't have the time in this segment to tell you to to to get you to where he is today but let me say this. Go look up. George soros go look up the holocaust and world war two. There are undisputed facts as to what george soros was doing. Look at his background. What he was born into and what he did during world war two spend fifteen minutes on it and i'm not talking some wacky site. I'm talking undisputed facts. As.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

06:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"More minorities for petty crimes than ever before. What if trump never left his basement. What if trump averaged one hundred and four year olds per year. What if those first forty two years were in his first. Four months is president. Trump's public schedule showed he only worked for hours a day. What if trump sniff young children would. if trump's sons had sex tapes. What if there were video of trump's sons doing crack would if his sons were never arrested for it what his sons illegally applied for gun permits. What if trump's family had financial ties to foreign countries that wanted to hurt our country. What if trump campaigns were funded heavily by big tech big pharma and the ccp. What if trump children openly laundered money by becoming artists and selling art for more than van gogh or picasso and then told you they couldn't divulge their buyers. Were what if trump fell down the stairs. Air force one three times in one. Climb what if trump open the borders to give free healthcare food housing and education to any and everyone that wanted to come but didn't require them to pay taxes. What if trump allowed those coming across the border to do so with children that were trafficked in order to make it through. What if this happened. During a pandemic and he didn't require them to get texts tested vaccinated or even social distance but he mandated that you and your children do. What trump required federal employees to take an experimental vaccine would if trump allowed your local governments to muzzle your children for over a year with no significant numbers or science to back it up. What if he did all of this and mandated those passports for everyone. What if trump abolish the keystone pipeline along with american jobs only to ask foreign entities to increase their production. So we could them. What if under trump and these changes gas prices rose forty-one percent would food prices rose five percent would have car. Prices rose forty one percent but trump wanted to the fund the police while it was trendy to say so but then changed his tune when he realized how ridiculous it was what if trump claims during his campaigns he was going to send two thousand dollars relief checks but only fourteen hundred dollars and said well. Hey the other guy already gave you six hundred dollars. Would if trump promised over one million jobs but didn't even come close what if trump's presidency was proven to be stolen by foreign interference and the media wouldn't even show you the proof. What if local leaders involved in that cover up. Tried hiding the leading the evidence. What if you wanted to talk about your thoughts on trump. The social media deleted your words every single time. What if all of these things happened. But the media pretended it didn't happen and said what a great job he's doing. Well i'll tell you this. Unfortunately all of these things are happening under biden and if it were under trump you would know about it. The media would persecute him daily and would never start. You would never stop hearing about it. But the truth is because it's biden and the corruption runs deep. The truth is hidden from you. Those of us that want to share these troops truths with you are censored we the people regardless of political affiliation economic standing or color all share one common trait. We're all american. We're here because we stand for freedom truth and what's right for our future and the future of our children. May we all remember those that fought for us to have those rights and they continue the traditions that allow us to have them. Thanks for listening. And god bless america at risk of being tedious. I find that repetition can be very very important to making a point. When i help people give a speech and certainly when i deliver speeches if i have an important important point i repeat that point because the first time you hear it you're processing second time you hear it so what i'd like to do is i'd like you to listen and listen carefully. 'cause every single word of this is true. What if trump said. If you don't vote for me you ain't black. What if trump claims famous was creating a policy that jailed more minorities for petty crimes than ever before. What if trump never left his basement. What if trump averaged one hundred four ios per year. What if i forty two years were in his first four months as president but if trump's public schedule showed he only worked for hours a day. What if trump sniff young children would have. Trump's sons had sex tapes. What if there were video of trump's sons doing crack would if his sons were never arrested for it. What if his sons illegally applied for gun permits. What if trump's family had financial ties to foreign countries that wanted to hurt our country. What trump's campaigns were funded heavily by big tech big pharma and the ccp. what if trump's children openly laundered money by becoming artists and selling art for more than van gogh picasso and then told you they couldn't divulge their buyers. Were what if trump fell down the stairs of air force. One three times in one climb. What if trump the borders to give free healthcare food housing and education to any and everyone that wanted to come but didn't require them to pay taxes. What if trump allowed those coming across the border to do so with children that were trafficked in order to make it through. What if this happened. During a pandemic and he didn't require them to get text tested vaccinated or even social distance but he mandated that you and your children do what if trump required federal employees to take an experimental vaccine. What if trump allowed your local governments to muzzle your children for over a year with no significant numbers or science tobacco up. What if he did all of this and mandated those passports for everyone. What if trump abolish the keystone pipeline along with american jobs only to ask foreign entities to increase their production so we could find them. What if under trump and these changes gas prices rose forty one percent would food. Prices rose five percent car. Prices rose forty one percent. What if trump wanted to the fund the police while it was trendy to say so but then changed his tune when he realized how ridiculous it was. What if trump claims during his campaign he was going to send two thousand dollar relief checks but he only sent fourteen hundred dollars and said well. Hey the other guy already gave you six hundred dollars. What if trump promised over one million jobs but didn't even come close what trump's presidency was proven to be stolen by foreign interference and the media wouldn't even show you the proof. What if local leaders involved in that cover up tried hiding into leading the evidence. What if you wanted to talk about your thoughts on trump but social media deleted your words every single time. What if all of these things happened. But the media pretended it didn't happen and said what a great job he's doing. Well i'll tell you this. Unfortunately all of these things are happening under biden and if it were under trump you would know about it. The media would persecute him daily and would never start. You would never stop hearing about it. But the truth is because it's biden and the corruption runs deep. The truth is hidden from you. Those of us that wanna share these troops truths with you are censored we the people regardless of political affiliation economic standing or color all share. One common trait were all american. We're here because we stand for freedom truth and what's right for our future and the future of our children. We all remember those that fought for us to have those rights and maybe continue the traditions.

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For Someone Who Checks His Watch Constantly, Why Can't Biden Address the Nation in a Timely Manner?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

For Someone Who Checks His Watch Constantly, Why Can't Biden Address the Nation in a Timely Manner?

"Yesterday was the day that president biden bellied up to the microphone eventually to give his address to the nation on afghanistan. Now that we were finally out after twenty years as he put it are forever war that he wouldn't end to my question always with biden before we get into his actual speeches is. They're not somebody in the white house. Mrs biden or i guess major. The dog has been booted out is back in delaware. But couldn't somebody get this guy in front of a microphone on time. And i'm sitting here in the studio this morning and Doc morgan is going mike gallagher. Show down the line. You don't hear this but affiliated stations. Here the mike gallagher show begins in three minutes and twelve seconds. The mike gallagher show begins in two minutes and twenty seconds. Things that start on time have to start on time. Except in the biden administration and i found one of these at one of the network. Tv operations but they use it a lot. It's he's late again. That's why we never carry biden anchored coverage on our radio network. The salem radio network we feed anything that he's saying. It's important to hear the president of the united states. But we're not going to put an anchor in front of a microphone at two o'clock eastern time. Which was when the speech was supposed to be yesterday and then have them tap dance at dance. Tap dance tap dance than the white house goes. Oops wait a minute. He's now going to make it to forty five. Eventually he showed up. I think about three ten. The guy literally can't get anywhere time for a guy who likes to check his watch as much as he does think he could get somewhere on time. But that's a whole nother topic. We could get into but it's weird that he can never get anywhere on time. I i never understand

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36 Minutes (MM #3811)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

36 Minutes (MM #3811)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, if you're a hot dog lover, you've probably seen the news about how bad hot dogs are for you. Researchers out of the University of Michigan have done a study of more than 5800 foods and rank them by their nutritional disease burden. Not their nutritional value, but really just the opposite. And basically what they came up with, a beef hot dog on a bun, results in 36 minutes in your loss of life. Now, there are other foods you can consume to basically go back and improve your life. For example, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich can add 33 minutes to your life. No, I don't know if they get specific about what kind of peanut butter would jelly what kind of bread. But it's kind of interesting to see that every food item does have some value or lack thereof. Anymore, if I eat a hot dog once or twice a year, it's a shock, not because I don't love them, but just because I like those fancy hot dogs. The one you buy at the hot dog stands, we just don't have that many of them left. I guess if you eat a hot dog and then eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich together, you're only losing three minutes.

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36 Minutes (MM #3811)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

36 Minutes (MM #3811)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, if you're a hot dog lover, you've probably seen the news about how bad hot dogs are for you. Researchers out of the University of Michigan have done a study of more than 5800 foods and rank them by their nutritional disease burden. Not their nutritional value, but really just the opposite. And basically what they came up with, a beef hot dog on a bun, results in 36 minutes in your loss of life. Now, there are other foods you can consume to basically go back and improve your life. For example, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich can add 33 minutes to your life. No, I don't know if they get specific about what kind of peanut butter would jelly what kind of bread. But it's kind of interesting to see that every food item does have some value or lack thereof. Anymore, if I eat a hot dog once or twice a year, it's a shock, not because I don't love them, but just because I like those fancy hot dogs. The one you buy at the hot dog stands, we just don't have that many of them left. I guess if you eat a hot dog and then eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich together, you're only losing three minutes.

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Texas Governor Files Challenge to End Dallas County Mask Mandate

Brian Kilmeade

00:14 sec | Last month

Texas Governor Files Challenge to End Dallas County Mask Mandate

"Three minutes. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is threatening to take his school districts to the state to court if they defy his mask me Mandate. The governor and a G filed a petition to strike down an emergency order requiring the mask in the Dallas County

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'They Can't Arrest All of Us': Rand Paul Calls for Defiance Against COVID-19 Restrictions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | Last month

'They Can't Arrest All of Us': Rand Paul Calls for Defiance Against COVID-19 Restrictions

"Paul the senator from Kentucky who by the way is a real. Dr not any of the fake ones out. There is a real doctor took a strong stand and and went online posted to his own. Social media. account said we were to moment of truth and crossroads will allow people to use fear and propaganda to do further armed society economy and children. Or if you had just play that clip just give me a little bit of it. It's a three minute clip. Hit it from the from the senator. It's time for us to resist. The can't arrest all of us. They can't keep all of your kids home from school. They can't keep every government building closed. Although i've got a long list of ones they might keep closer. Might oughta keep closed. We don't have to accept the mandates lockdowns and harmful policies of the petty tyrants and bureaucrats. We can simply say no not again. Nancy pelosi you will not arrest or stop me or anyone on my staff from doing our jobs. We have either had covert had the vaccine or been offered the vaccine. We will make our own health choices. We will not show you a passport. We will not wear a mask. We will not be forced into random screenings at testings. So you can continue your drunk with power. Rano over the senator from kentucky once again. He has that letter m. the after his name. Which means you went to med school. Why isn't he buying into this.

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Lindsay Graham Is a Handmaiden to the Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | Last month

Lindsay Graham Is a Handmaiden to the Left

"Systems like ours institutional conservatism produced. People like lindsey graham. You know who are. Basically the leaders are basically fragile. The really good at performing giving some three minute performance in judiciary committee hearing on behalf of a supreme court nominee. Who were all supposed to believe is gonna save us right bret. Kavanagh's gonna save us. I mean i never thought that. They one springboard. I don't wanna system. Which supreme court makes these kinds of decisions. That's not democracy. Second i never thought brett cab not single super impressive. I hope he is never seen it to me. But lindsey graham who is absolutely elastic. I mean just like full-blown fundamental his assumptions with the same as the american left because he got out and start streaming on television for three minutes in defense of bread cavanaugh conservative institutions allowed themselves to ignore his actual behavior which is working as a handmaiden to the

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How to Get a Great Podcast Coach

The Podcast Accelerator

02:53 min | Last month

How to Get a Great Podcast Coach

"I used to play a little bit. I don't know if you know this. But i used to play a bit. In the online business will actually have gone online business. we captive but he's podcasting software as service sas as we call. And what. I'm talking about when i say i used to play in the online business. World is that i used to be around people who've got online businesses but sell things that are a little bit less. I guess developmental. You know the sort of thing course. Mastermind of course coaching. And it's a nice space to live in but it's pretty hard to scale now look at any online business person who sells those things. The smart ones diversify into other more sustainable revenue channels in the mall. Suppose the mall. Blink could ones try to just keep filling the funnel of new clients all up selling to current clients like yourself. Maybe the you know work with someone they keep trying to sell you stuff and i talked last week about why. That might not be great for you. But last week. I talked about how to spot the red flags in podcast coach and really is a distinction between these two types of people. So i taught you about those those red flags. Okay but how do you start to identify a good podcast coach. Well let me give you my take on number one. This is what they do. Okay this is what they do the thing that they are selling to you. They do every day themselves so for some online business people. Coaching is aware to support their income or bridge. Financial gap is the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to making money because they've already got the scalable and saleable knowledge and all. They've got to do his package. It up into something. That's clearly positioned marketed and pretty easily understood him. Then by creating some content like a podcast on youtube channel and some blockbuster rank on google by creating that content that then positions demos just enough of an expert so that they can papa lead magnet on their website. That might sound like how. I started my podcast in just three minutes. Get my exact play about now. And then what they do. Is they warm you with some emails that they can make some sales. They can sell you on it okay. There's nothing wrong with that. That's how it works after all but as a podcast you don't want someone who uses coach into bolsa their revenue and to keep themselves afloat enough to do the thing that they really want to do. No no you need. A coach does coach in for a living someone who lives breathes and lives podcast in who focuses on maintaining their knowledge in industry and building quality deep depresses for their podcast. Coaching endeavors now. Suppose the easiest way to articulate. This is to just get yourself to answer this question. Ask yourself this. Would you rather work with podcasting expert. Who coaches or coach an expert who has decided to coach on podcasting. Because he's trendy.

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American Gold Bonanza as Tokyo Olympics Near End

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

American Gold Bonanza as Tokyo Olympics Near End

"Felix Contreras Levinson final battle for Olympic career a gold as the American women went to the top of the podium in the four by four hundred meter relay in a time of three minutes sixteen point eight five seconds I know those people in my life who came before me and how they inspired me and I'm also thinking about that the young girls and boys who are inspired by these women by their dominant performances after a disappointing games on the track the men's four by four hundred meter team finally struck gold the cruise down the home stretch crossing the finish line in two minutes fifty five point seven zero seconds the US women's water polo team capturing its third straight gold medal they defeated spayed by a final of fourteen five team USA couldn't get the timely hits and run production but the Japanese could as the host country won gold for the first time in baseball shutting up the U. S. to nothing I'm John whether it

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Best Practices for Growing Your Audience with Facebook's Kristen Freethy

Podcast Movement 2021

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Best Practices for Growing Your Audience with Facebook's Kristen Freethy

"It's important to remember that facebook and instagram opera. Many different approaches to growing your fan base and increasing engagement. I often get asked. How much did i be posting. What types of content. Should i be posting so i want to dive into the best ways to take one piece of content and stretched across all of our features. So i you're probably wondering where should my podcast live. The great thing is is that business completely up to you. We highly recommend leaning in creating a dedicated show page. This will help with certain discovery as the product evolves. Keep in mind though. That pages looking to host podcast. Do you have to be ninety days old to start that process sooner than later. If you haven't established host or network page those are still great options to lean into the following best practices. Keep in mind that one podcast can only live on one single page but one facebook page can have multiple podcasts. If you are a network you can have your full catalog living on your page so understanding your listeners is key to knowing when to post and what type of content to lead into. Oftentimes podcasters will make the mistake to focus on only the top and bottom of this funnel trying not to treat base bekker's purely a promotional vehicle instead bring people along for the ride create posts that asked people questions look s. You wanna hear from next. What topics are you most interested in. What surprise you in the last episode What did you like the best. The more you get people leaning in and engaging with your content the more chances other listeners will discover content. There are a few types of content that we've seen work the best for podcasters lean into facebook and feed to hit posts around your research in preparation as well short highlights or audio clips of your episode. I'd recommend aiming between thirty seconds and three minute long three minutes long for any video or audio clips that you post reels in stories are great for behind the scenes moments and quick. Quick touch points. Remind your fans of a new episode dropping or a special announcement coming up

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Jiménez Hits 3-Run HR, Rallies White Sox Past Royals 5-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Jiménez Hits 3-Run HR, Rallies White Sox Past Royals 5-3

"Hello we are meant as belts a three run Homer in the top of the eighth to lift the white Sox past the Royals five to three minutes playing in just his second game of the season hit a Homer they couldn't have come at a better time for Chicago which trailed three to one before scoring four times in the eighth Kyle Zimmer served up the three run shot a what he called a slider that got away he suffered the loss which negated a quality start by Brad Kellar I don't make excuses it's just really unfortunate but I just I felt like that that could she slipped out and yelled out and that cost us the game the bullpen failure snaps a six game winning streak for the Royals will the A. L. central leading white Sox win for just the second time in the last six games I'm Danny cap

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How Far Can a Plane Glide Without Engines?

BrainStuff

01:55 min | 2 months ago

How Far Can a Plane Glide Without Engines?

"In nineteen eighty three a perfect storm of technical issues and unit conversion mistakes left an air canada boeing seven sixty seven without fuel. Some forty one thousand feet. That's twelve thousand. Five hundred meters over central canada before long. It lost power to both engines after descending rate of twenty five hundred feet. That's seven hundred sixty meters per minute. The pilots were able to glide their boeing all the way to save albeit bumpy landing on a race car track. The pilots were hailed heroes and the airplane was dubbed the gimli glider after the town where it landed essentially any plane can glide if the need arises and in situations where all the engines have failed. Pilots have to expect the plane to do some gliding. Without the thrust those engines are built to provide. The plane can't help but lose altitude but how far can a plane glide when it's not designed to be a glider aircrafts whose engines conch out at higher elevations can glide for longer periods of time. This is one of the reasons. Why shellenberger and skulls hudson river landing was so impressive. They had to glide their way to safety and a matter of minutes from a pretty low altitude. Everything happened very fast on. Us airways flight forty nine fifty one. The plane hit the birds within two minutes of taking off and just three minutes later. The plane was in the hudson river. Obviously planes come in all shapes and sizes. So if you're flying one it's important to know your vehicles. Best glide speed in a nutshell. This is the speed that will let your airplane travel the farthest distance while sacrificing the least amount of altitude. A related concept is the minimum sink speed or the pace of travel that will maximize how much time you can spend gliding depending on your situation. You may choose to prioritize time over distance or vice versa

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James Clear on the Imortance of Building Good Habits

You Need a Budget

02:19 min | 2 months ago

James Clear on the Imortance of Building Good Habits

"What attracted you to the idea of habits. Why did it resonate with your audience. Well they're probably multiple reasons. I mean one thing is you're building habits whether you're thinking about them or not. Garrett body is doing brain is doing all the time to get through life and pattern matching into just live more efficiently depending on which study you look at somewhere between forty to fifty percent of. Your behaviors are automatic and habitual. But that's usually referencing just stuff that like you think about like Brushing her teeth. You're tying your shoes or pulling your phone out of your pocket to check it. And i think the true influence your assets even greater than that you know who knows what the number is. seventy eighty. Ninety percent of your behaviors are either habitual or influenced strongly by your habits. So take for example. Checking your phone. I mean you could be standing in line at the grocery store. Just you know waiting for something of an extra peanut three minutes and you just kind of out of habit. Pull your phone out. Will you may think carefully about responding to that. Email that you're reading or you know a whatever you're reading on social media or playing video game but that menu of options the behavior that you're following was all shaped by the habitable your phone out so the our habits have a very strong influence on our lives and they. They're very wide reaching their impact and in a sense. You know what many of us most of us want is some form of results in life and almost all of your results are downstream from your habits. So you know pretty much. Every outcome you have is a lagging measure of the habits that preceded so your weight's lag measure of your nutrition habits. Your bank account is a lagging measure of your financial habits. Your knowledge is lagging measure of your reading and learning habits. Even little stuff like the clutter on your desk or you know in your living room is a lagging measure cleaning habits so given that were building habits already. And they're going to be part of your life whether you think about them and given that the results that we all say we care so badly about s- Are strongly influenced by your habits. Adding it makes sense to dive into the more deeply and understand how they work so that you can be the architect of your abbots not the victim of

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Jeff Bezos to Blast Into Space Aboard New Shepard Rocket Ship

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Jeff Bezos to Blast Into Space Aboard New Shepard Rocket Ship

"Just as millions of americans wake up tomorrow morning. We should be hearing about the fate of jeff bezos. His brother and two other notable passengers as the richest man in the world launches the four some into sub orbital space. It's amazon prime on steroids. They're ride we'll be on blue origin. The space tourism company. That bezos founded lift those who can afford it into the wild blue yonder our report from the launch site in west. Texas tonight from nbc. News correspondent tom castillo in remote van horn texas. Anticipation is building the launchpad forty-five miles out in the desert set for billionaire. Jeff bezos slipped off this morning on today. Bezos industry fellow passengers were giddy with excitement. People who say they go into space. They come back changed. I can't wait to see what is going to do to me. While blue origin has flown fifteen unmanned test flights this will be the first to carry passengers. Bazo will take seat number six the simulator. An exact replica of the capsule that will carry all four sixty two miles high for three minutes of weightlessness and six massive windows. As you're essentially it feels like the earth is falling away from you to your window. Exactly like richard branson's virgin galactic. Paying passengers are already signing up eventually blue origin plastics and six passengers at a time into space from this launch pad and the west texas desert but unlike a nasa rocket or the virtual space plane. There are no professional astronauts or pilots on board. It is all controlled from the ground. Blue origin insist. The ship is loaded with safety backups. With the bezos great escape so for nine am eastern. Tom costello nbc news van horn texas

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"The summer of nineteen eighty-three family camping at Acadia. National Park Maine with a shy college friend and a dog. Drummer Asleep Cocker Spaniel. I was nursing a bruised ego after having been dumped by a sailor. I've been dating and I wasn't feeling very of men in general and specifically sailors after supper in bar. Harbor my friends my dog while I ordered an ice cream cone then. She went in for hers while Drummer and I people watched on the busy main street to rather attractive young men were. We're heading my way but I suspect that they were from the way they walked. They were calling the large naval ships moored in the harbor home. I turned away from them and stopped to offer. A lick of my co toned. My dog when I stood on the mend stopped before me. The Tall One twinkled at me and said Nice dog ever wash him. I was offended and defended my clean. Dogs honor the conversation took us. My friend grudgingly joined US and soon she was engaged chatting to the next thing. I knew we'd invited the guys drink a bottle of wine and watch at sunset from the chopper Cadillac. All five of US piled into my tiny two car. The tall went in front with me. My dog plots happily into his lap. He soon became again. Just knees. You wouldn't happen to be allergic to dogs. I asked turns out. He was on the mountaintop. We watched the sunset behind the harbour full of pleasure craft lobster boat and it'd be incongruous in Congress. USS Stark we shared a first kiss. He proposed marriage not tonight equipped but eight days later fantasy loping. I still have dogs. Make him sneeze. He's I also have dairy goats donkeys cats chickens and ducks together. We raised delightful daughter next year. We will celebrate blissful thirty six years of marriage we still hold hands who's never had a fight and we consider ourselves incredibly lucky to have over an ice cream eating spaniel.

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Committed

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"three minute" Discussed on Committed

"Sometimes these days along than Yoga class just isn't in the cards but maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes you should make some time for yourself once in a while my idea of me. Time is a little bit different since I had the second baby instead of a yoga class. I'm maybe do a yoga pose just one downward dog at a time you know what I do have time for. I can eat a cookie a whole cookie eighty and eating that cookie feels like the best little piece of meantime. There is these days Milano. Cookies are the perfect treat to save her. During me time they have just the right amount of cookie and luxuriously rich chocolate. They're the type treat that you don't WanNa share not even with your kids or your husband. Remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano. I Love Sports and I love my wife. I will destroy you. We haven't even started yet. If if you're the type of fan WHO LOVES TO DEBATE JORDAN LEBRON LAMBEAU versus soldier field or even the San Lot versus major league. You will love listening to our podcast. The greatest rea- some of our favorite comedian meeting friends and celebrities to come and constructively argue. Everything within the world of Sports with my competing in sports frenetic wife Megan Gaily my hilarious writer and comedian husbands. Cj Toilet lead on now so listen and follow the greatest iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Some of the best love stories come in small packages. That's why we asked you our listeners to send us voicemails of your own love stories. We'll be running a few of them before season four starts. They're short and sweet and all of with them even the ones that didn't make it to air because we got so many reminded us about the many ways that we can commit to one another so here are three many love stories. We used to tide you over until we launched season for April. We've got a dirty dog that led the love on a camping trip. A couple of learned to meet in the middle over the course of two decades and a middle school relationship that persevered against all odds enjoy.

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"three minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That was my high you have to study things to learn well I like to learn something new every day thank you about this one he this is from this the theory posited by the University College of London that looked at forty groan worthy gags and then they tested it on people wait we're trying to find out what's funny jokes funnier with canned laughter okay this is no laughter I think can because IT help someone get the the if other people are laughing you'll follow suit I think it's funny no matter if I don't even know the joke I got a laugh researchers deliberately even chose reeker jokes and if it was accompanied by canned laughter everyone thought it was funny here I believe this yeah they said what this study shows is that any laughter to a joke just increases the humor value no matter how funny or un funny the joke is and that's why people use laugh tracks yeah that's right no work for me I know but Danny yeah laughing just anything that even like on a show like friends which was recorded in front of an audience with the real laughter amplified during editing for particular jokes it'd been well received they gave it even a more of a push them whenever there I believe so anyway that's not going away that they can't laugh can if you're nervous about we play laughter that address on everyone's project comedy I mean you know I have seen people left the minute we got out on stage that help to nothing could be sold this year when we do it yeah it can be anything like that what okay nerve wracking well standing up and doing a three minute stand out by yourself on stage there's no way that's not going to be nerve wracking if you're not nerve wracked something's wrong with you killed it but you refuse to do it hi because I knew I would just stand there and just probably my my pants and I was pretty much that percent when they did the other thing whatever it was that improv all of the data I use an image I've become Jed wake zombie you know over whether they can make us do this year I don't know but usually they're going forward yeah you asked for it so anytime you try to be funny radio audience laughs harder no Johnny we're not gonna do that why don't we play last yeah maybe just for my dogs because I need a more than Lori yeah I laughed more at your was something you left at mine I don't think that's true who is keeping scores me you were Johnny the middle child in the Middletown this time the baby that's well that's your who that's ever said on the our listener welcome back we got to get to this story about a certain diva is here is the G. I'm the main.

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"three minute" Discussed on GradBlogger

GradBlogger

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on GradBlogger

"Social media, and you will look like a giant content creation machine if you do this, but it's only costing thirty minutes a day, and writing notes on papers that you're alright reading for your thesis. Anyway. So five major benefits of three minute paper post, the first major benefits that you get really quick doing this. So as I said, I could do one two almost two full paper write ups in half an hour by spend an hour, I could almost get through my whole week of paper write ups, and you can kinda get really far ahead. Step number two is practices. Both your writing and shipping, content muscles, and other way. This is really practice. You're coughing. It's when you get started writing and pressing ship is the hardest thing to do. It's the most nerve wracking thing, pas or syndrome, kicks in, and it can it can really cripple, you stop you for days this process. It's the same five steps you keep doing it. And you know that every morning for her staff. Now, your day you're going to be writing. You know, you're gonna be creating content putting into the world doesn't really matter. It's gonna come out of it, but I will guarantee you, if you do it for a couple months, you'll be amazed at the opportunities. That's the second major benefit practices. You're writing and shipping content. Muscles third major benefit is cross linking baked right in so. As I said, in the conclusion, part, you can put other religions and you could point to other paper summaries that you wrote. So somebody's reading, through, they say, oh, this was really interesting really helpful. You know, I'll look at that this other paper that's been summarized on the website. The fourth major benefit is content. Stockings baked Dryden again it's really easy. Now, if you do ten of these paper summaries to create a literature survey from them where he pulled the, you know, the five major points from over across ten different litter. Sources I used to do this, and I'd create a litter summary post from it not actually do the industry, relevant terms in insurrection, information and posts that only din that help drive people back into my website. And this was a really great formula for where going, which was the industrial impact of science and research into dust explosions. Which is basically my business today, the major benefit number five easy optimized for search engine optimization. And you don't have to think too hard time you spend a lot. Time doing keyword research. Start looking at how to do SEO properly. Your head will probably start to spin, I'm gonna explain just in the next couple minutes, exactly how to optimize these posts for SEO and how easy it is. You don't have to think at all portraying optimize things. But you will start getting people coming back to your website because what do people look for when they wanna find a paper as turn, turn on my computer? Go to Google type the name of the paper, the closest thing I can remember for the name of that paper all the time and find the paper and I might go to a directory, that's going to have it that's through institutional or whatever and find it that way. But when you type the name of the paper in doing this process, and falling these, these SEO tips will generally mean that the paper shown, I from the publisher and then the next hit down will be review of that paper and what do you think we're gonna click on a lot of people say, oh, there's a review of this paper click on it, and bring them back into your website into your ecosystem, wearing start getting more familiar with while you're doing so. Without I want to five important things for search engine optimization for your posts. And how these are really can be baked, right? Into three minute paper as as an aside. I'm not really sure why keeps saying baked raided. But again, this is live recording. Sometimes you hear my son. Sometimes here, the neighbor that is Moe's Llano side or the snow blower, and sometimes I get hooked on a word and just can't seem to stop saying it. So try not to say baked right and anymore. Throw this podcast up. So I hope it's distracting from the main topic. So okay, back here are we're gonna talk about search engine optimization. Five key things to have in every post and how these are really included. Very easily say, say baked rate in again, but forget that into three minute papers. So five key things that you need to pick a keyword for your topic. Something one actually try to hit for on on search engine through organic search. The second is to include that keyword in your post name included in the image all tag. Number three number four. To include in a least one, heading in our five included in the meta description, I cover this a little bit more in a post that I wrote called how to write forty blog posts and fifty six days all about this three minute paper process, but it's, it's really included directly. And so the first thing is you pick a key word from the paper title, which is generally pretty easy because people include keywords entitles, if you're responding propagation, or, or whatever just look at the, the title of the paper and say, okay, what's the keyword? I wanna use here and very often cute titles are very dense. So you pull that out that is your keyword. Then you in your post name. That's all the keywords alright included 'cause you're writing review of the paper title, is your post name, so the keyword already right there in the image all tag, a quote, the image is a quote from your paper, but you can put the name of the paper as the, the image file. So name paper dot P, and G. And when you upload it also at L tags that include the paper name. And again, then that keyword will be included directly without having about how to include in your post. It's also included one heading 'cause the last heading of your postal be review of actually will be my personal takeaway from the paper name in an air quotes, if you follow the template that I that I provide then last in the medicine, you can put the paper name. So the paper name or this is our view of this paper name, and we learn this, this, and this from the paper that can be your meta description, and again the paper names, including there. So the key word will be included, and that pokes will start to generate authority with. Those type of keywords right away. If you write again, forty or fifty these over short period, you'll start to rank for really great keywords in your space. You think of your, your paper titles you're reading every day, who use pick one or two key words from each of those and write these store to post the new start to really build up a thority in that space and through social media other ways, you'll build up a thirty off of search engine off or organic search the great way to have SEO baked rate into your website. And there we go. There was the, the last baked it and we're have to make a drinking game out of this. But I'm gonna try not to say that anymore. So I'm gonna close out this episode by giving the report card for three minute papers. So we did this last time a random topic blogging, which had a sixty three percent for content creation and a forty percent for content distribution. So for three minute papers then under content creation, we have difficulty complexity, SEO value, and scale ability, so four parameters for difficulty. I gave this a three. So this is really the highest rating, these get really. Easy. There's no other way to write a three hundred five hundred word blog posts in under thirty minutes around under an hour and get up on the website and ready with SEO and everything -cluded in an hour and a half it just the simplest way to get started on creating a massive amount of content your space complexity. It's, it's pretty simple as well. You create your template, and that you're really just writing right in a word. Doc and copy and paste it. There's not really any complicated processes. The most complicated thing is probably using some up on line to create your quote, which again, just Google free app. Decree, quote, you'll type in the coach you want. You can change the background colors or whatever and expert PNG or bag. Number three SEO value, again, we're gonna get this three as well. It's very easy to make these highly relevant SEO. You may get stuck with the keywords that you had that are in the paper titles, but over time as you do a lot of these, you'll start to rank for law different keywords, and number six scale ability, this is really quite easy to do right out of the gate. I was getting up to five posts a week one. Every weekday Nicklaus wacky use the same process. Do three hundred sixty five posts a year, which is a lot you will kind of start to burn out those rates but really easy scale really fast using this approach. So if you are falling along, then that is sixteen sixteen content creation. These are the easiest types of posts, you can really imagine to gets an a plus if you will for, for content creation, ons report card for content distribution. We have ship show stack share a number of different mediums as parameters so for shipping. I gave it a three. It's, it's really easy to put these out getting chair buttons on them. But. You can just use buffer and have one go, every day, you don't really have to worry about sketching because, you know, you're going to always content as you keep writing these to show into get it into the world. I gave it a two. It's pretty easy to get these out there. They have an image, so you can use that as the featured image. It's not really like an amazing featured image, but it can be pretty good. The coca pull people in to stack content. I gave it a three. This is really easy. Really stock will content great for putting newsletters, you can put the five posted last week, great putting together to lift your surveys, great for pulling out key insights, from litter surveys, putting on different mediums like different websites linked in or wherever so, in terms of stacking, it's very easy to stack this content. Number four sharing I gave us a one. It's probably not the most insightful thing for people to share over and over again these paper summaries. So I kind of put it on the low end in some fields. Maybe more common than others. But it may be perceived as a little bit of Kylo value content just from the number that you're putting out there. And then number mediums the last brand or for distribution. This gets a one, it's only really the ridden medium others. No reason why you couldn't create an audio version of it. And even a video Persian of if you like, which that's more steps here process, but that might be interesting to do it actually show the paper and go through without as well. So it on content distribution we have a ten fifty. So a fifty percent kind of just gets the passing grade for contribution. So, again, in some reason, in content creation, we gave an a plus they got one hundred percent very easy to create these types of posts and the value from them actually come from doing a lot of them start to extract value. There's not a ton of value each one individually. But by the time I was done using writing these or by the time is on my thesis, rather, writing, my thesis, I was going to my website and looking up these review posts using Google to search my own website so that I could remember what the litter was reach different pieces, and actually use it to write a lot of my thesis, so in bulker on mass, he's can be quite valuable, but individually there, there may be a low value, and that may hurt the contribution. They may be harder to get out there. And the number mediums again is only ridden unless you create audio video. So with that we're going to close out this episode of the grab logger podcast, as I mentioned, this, the second episode in the content machine series. If you wanna look at listen, the other upsurge in go the show notes at grab lager dot com slash Levin will link to the previous ones a future ones that are in the same series if you like this episode this concept of three papers, you can tag me on Twitter, Instagram, grab blogger and talk about it. You can use the hashtag TMP and share share what you learn from this up sewed and definitely tag me so I can respond and see that come through as well. If you're interested in the transcripts from sodas, always, we have these in the show notes that Grobbelaar com slash eleven and we included the actual template that I use for my forty blog posts in fifty six days at the show notes as well. And you can download and get that free. And then you can just copy that in modified for your own three minute paper summaries as always appreciate you. Listen to the grab blogger podcast will be a great week ahead. And I'm really look forward to continue help you. 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"three minute" Discussed on Committed

Committed

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on Committed

"Hi, this is Christie will Blunk. Our love story is interesting because my husband, and I are raising a special needs daughter with an extremely rare and progressive condition. We have been married since we were twenty five we've been together since we're eighteen we'll be celebrating our ten year wedding anniversary next year, our daughter Aubrey was diagnosed last fall with solid disease. And we don't have any special needs kids in our family. We don't have any friends with special needs kids so learning how to cope without together as a couple and just as a family has been challenging to us. And we've had our ups and down aubrey's condition is she's one of about twelve people in the US with Bella and less than two hundred in the world has solid these. So there's no research being done. And we actually just went to a conference and Tarrytown New York this past temper for the first star foundation. Conference. They are the first organization out there for solid Z's created by New York because this past spring, so we're kind of embarking on that journey together. And we're very active in organization, and the doctors are ready to search testing with mice some different treatments for the kids and time kind of running out because most of these kids start losing skills when they're in their twenty and so we just are working together. And it's really strengthen our relationship and our family going through such a difficult time together just navigating being special needs parent has been interesting getting all the equipment that she needs. She goes therapy. Six times a week. The only thing our schedules to make that work keeping our bond together. Just by the fact that we have doctors appointments all the time. If there if he's dealing with the financial aspect is draining. So I feel like it's really strengthened us as a couple and working together with this organization to hopefully, find treatment or a cure for Dr before time runs out. So. So anyway, I love love love committed. And thanks for all the stories. You bring us every week. Do you wanna share your love story with us? I really hope the answer is a resounding. Yes. Well, it's easy. Just call us. Yep. No texting pick up the phone and call us like you're back in the eighties hiding under the covers with the cordless phone in your parents house. Maybe I was the only person who did that. You can reach us at four zero four nine nine six one one seven three remember to let us know your Email address and try to keep at the three minutes or less. I promise it's easier than you think. Now, we're going to have new episodes for you soon. We really well they're coming. But

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"three minute" Discussed on Committed

Committed

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on Committed

"And because no one teaches you how to be married, and when she's just pump managements, and we just get married and thrown into it. And so we've tried to help others. So that they don't go through their life teen. And so they don't get divorced. And so yeah. So that's our story in that show. We feel our specialty has it's a story forgiveness. And it's the story of less. Less. My name is she Enin stamp, and I listened to the don't give up hope among other episodes that you had I was going to the quote man widow, which is what I into as an eye man is a triathlon race. That is an extreme distance two point four miles swim one hundred twelve mile bike and twenty six point two mile run at the end and our love story. And just challenge of our marriage is my husband's quest to complete one of us. Just one of his life dreams in the midst of having one year old and ours Pacific journey is just ups and downs and his intense training for six months up to twenty hours a week in me wanting to be committed to him and supportive of him. But also feeling like a widow and. Him actually accomplishing his which was amazing emotional one. Second, sweetie. Hip so has the one year old now she's three right? And then kind of a twist at the end he did so well that he actually qualified for the world championship, which is once in a lifetime opportunity. So we kind of had that moment where we looked at each other. And we were like are we up for this again? And I'm very proud to say that I was selfless and that moment and really encouraged him to go for it. But it meant a whole 'nother year of training for an iron, man. So my name is Shannon stance. I don't know if my three minutes, but my son is up because my three year old wants me ready. I..

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"three minute" Discussed on Committed

Committed

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on Committed

"Hi, my name calling Bethan my husband, and I met when we were fifteen years old, and we do off and on for eight years before we finally got married, and you know, throw the teenage stuff and things are hard, then and all the back and forth. But when we married each other, we knew that we were both marrying our soul mates. We were extremely happy. And we had four years of simply lists. But then children happen that our daughter, and then you're after that, we got pregnant with our son. And then while I was pregnant with my with my son. My husband had an affair. He saw that. She still loves me. But he was in love with this other woman. I say that this is my soulmate. There was no way that I was gonna lose having. So I fought for marriage, and I wrote him love notes every day. I reminded him. Why we were so great together. And then the second that he better, and he was his fallen back in love with me, I fell apart, and I was horrible for a long time and things were really bad at our house. And then we found a program that taught us how to forgive because I'm forgiveness is drinking poison and expecting the other person to die at taught us how the communicates and how complex management of how the trust and it stays our marriage. We're extremely happy. We have two more children now. And we now help other couples to learn how to forgive to trust again. And how can you Kate's part of our mission is to give back.

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"three minute" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"Produces within three minutes aeneas book change isn't even blip so that was my first point about this extreme scenario here's my second boy if the governments of the world went to coordinate rate to take control of these top twenty one book produces wine is what they attack with the dias book blockchain why would they choose ills right bitcoin is much more powerful as a network so and it could potentially uses rate strategy own bitcoin right so wouldn't they rather choose to target bitcoin to take control over over the so a coordinate right on the top mining pools or even the biggest mining facilities would lead the government's in control of the network by hash pallet 'cause they then decide with the massive amount of control over the hashing power what transactions to include exclude like at fog the chain that can do whatever they wanted to do with it if they just simply rated a whole bunch of said the top twenty one thing is my money facilities in the world all the top twentyone mining pools right and just changed the software the difference is if governments took control suddenly of old major mining operations it's not like elsewhere it's a three minute job to replace all of the top book produces on top minus bitcoin relies on physical position of hundreds of millions of dollars of mining hardware which you just simply cannot replace the click of a button so that's my argument for today that's myself response to what the bulk of with new if governments came to them and asked them to cease phones or freeze funds or do any kind of shenanigans like that so that's all for your ted day if you like this episode go ahead hit the light butson if you dislike to hit the dislike button please leave me a comment below its feedback and get subscribed and also if you think know what i'm talking about and you'd like to take my stepbystep online courses now help fund this channel and ellos teacher things like you wanna know about the technical aspects of how chaim wicks you can check out the digital money revolution costs if you wanna learn how to make and save when he was bitcoin check out the bitcoin triangle coast hold the triangle goes and if you want to land out to trade cryptocurrencies you can check out the mestre cryptocurrency trade across but that's all go for you today guys i'll be back with the next episode of the cryptovest so until then it's me chris county setting by now

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"three minute" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"I threes what do you got for folks okay what can i do like maybe three minute sermon you're on the club o'clock what he across sermon you're on okay great okay you're on the we're going okay so yeah let me give you like a philosophical reflection on the crucifixion of this oughta be good on it also reflects back on one of our previous pulled cost so people have to listen to the one by pleasure and enjoyment was that well i don't know i'm sure people do know but i don't remember title the macaulay culkin one that always is the one that gets referenced the most is that rice because it's good title as a good time maybe we should if we need the titles what they actually wear we wouldn't have this problem we have right now but you're right there is a previous episode where we looked out the difference between pleasure enjoyment yes and pleasure is kind of this solace faction of getting something that you want and it's fleeting an enjoyment as the satisfaction of weeding and i think you give a perfect analogy which was the kid christmas they're like sue winning for the presence i want the present i want the present on the enjoyment is in the winning even knew they look for street at nine and they they won't christmas to come early that there's real enjoyment and the pleasure is when the when the present on of course the pleasure is not quite as good as the as the kind of like the ticipant i wish i knew that as a kid when i realized that as an adult and i would never think of in terms of like pleasure and enjoyment but now the christmas season is so much.

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"three minute" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Was like a three minute video briefing then you go into a room where it's lockers and backpacks everyone's a cast member so they're like all talking is if you're rebels and whatever you put yourself in a locker you all your backpacks or your bags whatever your jackets and then they they're racks of four racks sixteen backpacks so they can basically power up i think the new three three sets of people at a time through it you walk up and the backpacks or twenty pounds computers and there are on hooks like sprint hooks so you put the strap on very clearly just like almost like a zillion nc worth pull these two straps tightened backpack now clip this here and pull these shops it's very tight and the headset was oculus headset but in a custom plastic rig rift rift oculus logos everywhere it's i are based tracking well i'm not sure how they do the camera stuff the optics were one hundred percent off they looked like oculus but their custom headsets that actually work over glasses and the flip up and flip down i thought they were very comfortable they have the knobs in the back to lock you in lob knob the top to lock you in and and your headphones are built in with the hardware controls for volume it was the oculus edibles no it was all custom the only thing fell oculus the optics and the optics far enough away that when i flipped the visor down they weren't touching my glasses glasses fit perfectly that my warm classes throughout.

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"three minute" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"three minute" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Can we i'm this is this is going to go back now to justice league quick with somebody has a good tweet for us saying my thought on the trailer is that a three minute trailer is abs is absurd but it's good to see steven adams showing his rangers an actor with great gives the auckland does look a lot like steven adams with thunder right now the matrix there's been a little bit of an update it's being written like there's nothing beyond that no actors no time timeframe is just each being written and it's being based off of kind of like the animated shorts at the which ask you brothers created animator ix animator elect it's like a play on anna may and matrix and it's a lot alike little stories i believe so a beyond like what it will be in who will be in it do we want more matrix movies because the third one baht all accounts was not good the second ones in third one were both bad and my add a second one some enjoyed i think my own third one is known of being just hot garbage like the battle for his eye on raw mowing down sentinels i don't like anything in the matrix universe that is set outside the matrix as to say that liley like the scenes within the matrix with like agents smith and like creeping creepy nison nieto like being awesome the i'll probably you know that there's another matrix that ever comes out in the big really i'll probably see it but i don't really care i don't want any more matrix properties at a stories been told the concept was fresh at the time but late now i think like in terms of.

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