11 Burst results for "Times Ri"

"times ri" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"times ri" Discussed on AoS Coach

"Give me a hand they find. Most people want to help. It's usually pretty easy. And i also have everything. Set up part of being organized. One box one table. Everything on the table goes boxes under the man on top of the box That's a that helps people clean things up. Could everything away once they know that. Because a lotta times events. When i borrowed other people's stuff when i got started it was all just packed into boxes. And then they would just boxes in helter-skelter manner rather than here's what here's able to. Here's why table three and if you'll be my boxes i have labeled. Yeah just so fast at the monaco beat bookcases cases that i bring down into small cases. It's it's helping. I helped them help me because they just look and see that goes in there. And it's all pattern already. Ready to go does is take care of you. Done our took third addition. And there's a lot of things that we can talk with tears right. You know we could talk about tournament. Software we talk about marketing. And how do you encourage people to come. You could talk about the tournament. Organizing is an ox and for anyone who wants to know more. I've got a couple of other videos that you could call it. Go back and listen to. I've done like team tournaments. I've done narrative don grand tournaments. Don don ms talk to me that. Gt's clinton who's talked to me about plays pack so the you know this is. This is a really detailed a topic. But i am conscious of third addition ripe and i mentioned at the top of the show that i'm coming at a lockdown in in less than twelve hours. I looking to set up my first tournament for community right. You know. I've got a one day then the following weekend the local store gonna run about twenty to thirty play on one day. Oh then. I have migraine tournament in january so i have a short period of time. Ri- need to get my play as up to speed. So i could run an effective grand tournament of one hundred players when we talk about the changes of thirty addition. What did that bring to the table for you. Was it a simple as you know. Going from two to three eight. They actually changes you needed to consider the will the size of the tables changing so back to logistics there. Little smaller gives you a little more room between tables. I'm hoping not to fill that space that actually but open so people feel like they have some space. I was gonna ask you. Does that mean. I can just crame will play his into my event. Because let's face you know. I i've run events for people who wanna get every last dollar in. It's not fun to be crammed hips so callo. Giants fairground hall is huge..

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"times ri" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"times ri" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Improvise with my daughter. I think writers. I've noticed in particular are not. Have that same feeling about improv. Because i find writers to be a bit more perfectionist. What's happening with sam. Our way is time's up. What happened did you just do something. No it's your call. Kristen is your show. You get to wrap it up. Why don't you. I saw you look over. And then i saw lights flash on your head you started moving around. Did call sam. What's going on over there. You know. But i am sorry. That's there. I know especially getting older. I'm not as old as non-peaceful here. Okay so now i'm old. I know theory. We're all understanding. i heard before from. I'm as old as i say. I am on wikipedia. How would you say you have already one for lincoln. Yeah fifty eight in real life. Forty one on wikipedia lou. I go. I go there everyday. And i have and david one of david's jobs be sown as job is get up every morning and put me down as forty one. Let someone always at the back. Yeah it only lasts about ten minutes yet. It's a fulltime job. Yeah but he just hammers away at it and sometimes i have them doing it during the day. It's like checking a stock. You have to just keep going back. It's forty one. Sometimes we go to thirty nine buying that one. Everyone accepts it enough as a forty one year. Old i mean. Do you feel like comedy. I heard my husband say that. Sometimes he feels like comedy is a young man's game and i hate to call them out like that but that's when he's like really down. I don't agree with that. But i do think you can rack up a number of times when you're all as you get older when you have been funny that you could convince yourself that you're not funny anymore whereas when you're younger you don't have that yet. Yes first of all a number of times when you when you're not funny in a row i can't relate to that i just can't you're talking about okay and that's just seemed weird in foreign to me. David would you agree Wow anyway i had to sign a paper for that to know but I understand exactly what you're husband's talking about. And i know he's a very funny guy professionally and i know what he's talking about and nanai people or i'm around people like martin short st albert brooks. You are devastatingly. Funny and not just verbally funny but just in a performance of way funny and and bob newhart bob newhart. I think is ninety one or ninety two and he still is so funny and his put. Downs are fantastic. And i think okay. If i could have thought of that as i age wikipedia forty one real life fifty eight i if i could have thought of that. I'd be very proud. And then i think what are those guys doing. How do you carl. Reiner's another one. Mel brooks where You know very late in life very very funny and Coming up with funny and amusing ideas. I think there's a kind of hunger that you have when you're younger that fuels things and helps and then you've got a substitute that with something else and the age old question in our businesses. Can you be happy and funny. And that gets tricky. Because there are times ri-. I really love my wife and i love my kids and i consider myself extremely lucky. I enjoy my friends. And i look around at all that and it wasn't always the case i didn't always have that life so there are times when i look at them. And think you guys you assholes are keeping me from being funny it keeping me funny as i could truly be bring you down bringing me down me loving them. And i'm loving me. Bullshit i gotta get out of his. I gotta blow this up. So i can reach the next level of funny. I've got to be funnier. So that's yeah that way lies madness. Here's something that you occurred me. When i was listening to you is. We're saying that you know. The conditions have to be writing for a good good comedic moment. And i think that is expectations right. And and sometimes i found. When i was starting up i had my best live stage performances of my career before flight of the conchords before i was i could. I could destroy as this wispy little. Who the who the hell's that like. She has and then show them exactly who i was whereas i felt i really got in my head leader and i. I wonder if that's the case too. Where where you need to form a condition for yourself where. There is no expectation but but expectations from the audience or no expectations for myself. That's the question. Because as both. Because i've seen it i've seen it go the other way to where because people know me. They're laughing sometimes before. I even say anything. That's the worst i love.

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"times ri" Discussed on Find Joy with Joyan

Find Joy with Joyan

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"times ri" Discussed on Find Joy with Joyan

"Goals daily goals for yourself so that you can increase yourself for. It could be anything from telling yourself okay. This week i'm going to Go go get my my nails on or something. Something very simple that will make you feel just like beautiful. You know out in the outside or it could be like. I'm going to read a book. i'm going to go have dinner with a friend of mine. So these time the little things that you do for yourself the really help increase your southworth. As opposed to giving all that energy outward right like thinking about all i to impress this person or i need to do something for someone other than myself so i think just starting off by creating these little tiny have pets you get to know yourself better and it helps you with with just your your in our. You know what's your worse. i think. Okay so it's all about understanding yourself like checking with yourself from time to time ri- helmet really feeling right now and just do things yourself right. That makes you happy is the tax is like trying to make others happy right. Yeah like thinker by like renew when you go to get your hair blown out. You get a hand tied like four minute. You feel sexy feel radiant. You feel copy right so and i'm not saying to do that all the time if you can't obviously for too but there's different ways like just maybe reading a book or perhaps you know going to a yoga class. Or meditating or watching a of movie that lightens you op so it could be just anything any little things that you do in in tiny things that bring you back to yourself. So it doesn't necessarily mean like actually doing the work it could just be day-to-day habits day-to-day little tiny things that you implement as long as you don't forget you know it's still include obsolete yourself in. Yeah i love that all right. So i wasn't going to talking about relationship because you are so i know. Allow a single. The reason why single is not because they cannot find someone you know because they're afraid to go into a relationship they don't want to get hurt right. Maybe because yeah ex pop. No to the dan before so they are really scared will happen against adult. Is i have a strong desire. Wanting to be in a relationship there still attached to pain. You know so. Let's say this client come to you today. What would be the first thing that you help ho. We've while i think if if that was the case at first i would. I would ask them like what you said. What is their intention with me. At what do they want to get out of this session with me. What are they looking for. If they don't know then we can dive deep into talking about the relationship Failure you know what happened and then being afraid like you said of opening up again. So i think it's very important to to assess what had happened and assassinated in a way where you are transparent and not throwing the blame game like. I did everything or not not playing the victim role because they feel like a lot of times. When we go through break-up we like to position ourselves in some sort of role right either where the victim away the ones who who made the bad decision which ended up in a break up. So i think just assessing what happened with probably the first thing that i would want to talk about and also looking at ways that you can learn improvements.

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"times ri" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"times ri" Discussed on T with Charles

"You know who's really happy about. Simone biles quitting though who who tell me soon isa who won the gold medal. The asian girl. Yeah i just imagine her talking to the coach the next day. She's like high coach. I'm ready for my gymnastics. And i don't have any twisties. I don't get bernstein is a ball. Oh week week. I'm su- then i never get the twist. As she was thrilled. Yes yes yes. Oh wow good for her simone when she was in her top form yes she's gonna stop all over everybody right right and then she hit that wall while you saw it in. Her eyes fly through the air. She looked she got. She got her twisty her. I was like not focusing right. So we don't want her to land on her head injury something you know what i mean right right right. That's true in but she not only says the twinsies but then she used the mental health. And but then i see her when she came back she immediately. You know to give her a little parade but she immediately went into her boyfriend arms and watched him practice on the football field. And that's kinda tells me. Oh you know as someone who's going through a mental health breakdown you say. Look i need to some time to myself to reflect. She just jumped into her boyfriend arms side. I thought disappointment. She had a good run she did. She is one of the greatest. Oh yes yeah. We we applaud. We applaud team usa. They did a fantastic job and we girl. We got the most metals week at the most. We got the most metal. I hey to snaps. Yes yes. Choose nabs take that. China take the republic of korea. Korea understand the russians trying to sneak in though because they were all taking steroids so they got banned but then they got. They got russian olympic committee or something and they could get in right. oh who Come on at least it. Got us distracted from corona virus for a little bit because finally we were talking about something. That wasn't corona was donald trump. So i think it was a win win and right when when a win win for everybody is sneak it in there. That's right. They were trying to sneak corona story. Select nope no simone biles simone biles like. Oh wow. that's good. That's good moving right along with charles. Podcasts prince. The singer has a new album out even though he's not alive anymore take it from prince's faults. We have the welcome to america album. Which i love did you. Did you listen to any of the tracks sydney. it's hard i mean Thank you for introduced me to the song. But it's still. I was a die hard. Prince and michael jackson fan. Yes and to to this day. I cannot watch or cannot listen to michael jackson's music it it breaks my heart and to see both of them struggled through drug addiction. It hurts it does hurt. And i'm just grateful that they went into the purple vaults and blessed us with this new prince album. 'cause i was listening to welcome to america at. He is talking about now. Prince is talking about now from beyond the grave. He's talking to us from the afterlife And he's a of his music was like that when he was when he talked about when the elevator takes us down to see that phrase in his music and pictured him dying in the elevator. Which song was that. That's right god he's like he foresaw his future. Oh don't ever take the elevator take you down. Oh no let's go. let's go crazy. Hey but yeah. A lot of little hints there in his music like he he foresaw the future and he's talking to us from the afterworld he talking to us. He's talking to us from heaven right. It's kind of amazing. It's so if you haven't list welcome to america. Yeh check it out. Because i was like whoa this. He recorded this ten years ago. He's not with us anymore. And it so relevant to everything going on in the world today. Why do you think. Princeton released his album when he recorded it because he was a type of artists that He was a perfectionist. And at the time when he wrote this song and composed that he as a perfectionist. You put it away for a little while you come back to it. You put it a little away for a while you come back to it. So he was nurturing. It like Apparent nurture child. And that's how he did all his son and people This other band members fall. Tim for that but he ended up producing some well. It's a gift it's a talent and I'm just so amazed at my life. My generation share that. He shared talent with us. Yes he's like the mozart of our times. Ri- is because of this like we all listened to prince growing up if you grew up then but like because of all this i might listening to like his back catalogue and i'm like you know i really get it now. I get what he's saying and he's he's talking about some grown man shit in his records If like if. I feel like when you're a little kid. You might get michael jackson more. Because he's kind of pop and whatever but prince he's like talking about complicated things and sensuality and all this other stuff you know. I wonder if if prince were alive today. If he would identify as non binary or something like that because he was kind of a gender nonconformity he liked to wear his platform. Shoes his yes. Yes she will use. Bri- lahey kept it very extravagance. What are some of your favorite print songs album sydney of course the purple rain. Oh wow i have the I have it on my On my on my ipad Played less right and but it's hard it's hard to Turn it on so one day. I will reconcile with that. But one of the one of my favorite songs. He gave to Sinead o'connor nothing compares to you and that's who he was not only did he composed and wrote songs for himself but he also wrote for certain people to because there's just the sound of the voice a hey. I think you should play the song. Sing the song and he like you said he was a mozart. He can pick up. 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"times ri" Discussed on The Puddcast

The Puddcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"times ri" Discussed on The Puddcast

"Could have to me at that age. You gonna. it's possible that that this thing will hang around but you will learn. Just give me the hell. That's why i'll absolutely couldn't wouldn't have been good news to me at that time ri- right absolutely. I mean it's like this is a terrible analogy in reeks a purity culture so i forgive me a listener already in advanced. But it's kind of like that that old myth of you know once you get married. You're not going to have less problems anymore. Because he can have sex right. Those mythical futures that. If i have this then that is going to be so much easier that eventually you you find have to be purged and they're helpful for a season but not helpful forever at dude. You're neyla yeah. Eight or nine years ago i was coming out ahead of the first season in my life of really severe depression and anxiety i got major workplace burn out and attacks the whole bit and it was new for me and terrifying and i remember one day. God you've got to fix me. God you've got back together. God you've got to heal my broken mind. And i felt quite clearly this. This prompting from the spirit jonathan. What if i didn't and it wasn't like a rhetorical. It was it was what what would you have to do. If i didn't just fixing. And so i felt like well i would have to rely on you every moment of every day just to function as i answered the question i was like. Oh her for me you can do nothing says you. That sounds so much like jesus. Oh yeah dang it and yes all the same time. Wow right yes seriously. Thank thank you for that again. You you mentioned non humans. Yeah yes what does that mean to you. Well it means every molecule in in creation for sure but it also yeah. I'm one of those people who still believe in angels and demonic forces and a quasi personal devil you know. I don't think even in the book i say i'm going to say does satan with with a lower case s just so you know it's title. So i'm not like that. Pitchfork dude like is out there somewhere to get us but there are these real forces that are have some semblance of person hood. I suppose that are making choices. Every day you know and the and the hebrew bible. Sometimes they're called the council of the gods and they become these forces that are sometimes framed as big and cosmic powers and principalities and sometimes the minions of those creatures the these little demons that are just hurting people especially marginalized people. You see that. In the bible that the people that are at the margins of the people that are often most afflicted not because of sand but because of the vulnerability that and the negative kind of owner ability that they've been forced into by empire or by religiosity. That ignores the heavy boot of empire when it comes to the most vulnerable and so so. Yeah i i really have the sense that when you pair human choices which. I play fully saying the book. There's like fun little studies at talk about there. Being thirty five thousand choices a human makes every single day..

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"times ri" Discussed on 10 Bestest

10 Bestest

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"times ri" Discussed on 10 Bestest

"I love that financial self care. I love the idea of instead of making it something. That kind of makes you nervous. How that's actually taking care of yourself. I really love that. And i definitely suggest looking at these different types of self care. Oh i love this one. I love it i love it. I wanna see it right now. Can send him right now. I'll send it to you right after the show please do. That is a different way of looking at things. I'm really i as you were talking. I was just kind of blown away. You know especially the money management than as you said the financial thing he we don't usually think of it that way and also with work we think of work and our career is something we do and then we take a break from it and then we have our self care absolutely. Think about like okay. How within my working career do. I do self care so i love that. Yeah and any talks about. I will because. I didn't get to the work. One time management speak Worth boundaries that's within work and also outside of work a positive workspace also very And then i like this one and again it's not just about taking breaks it's about challenging yourself so this is it talks about more learning so learning more while you're working not be stagnant in your job but that means a lot and break time a lot of people don't take breaks again. The united states is all about working more as badge of honor. The more you work the less you sleep the cooler. Er is the opposite. Don't forget to take a break once in a while and be okay with that. Yeah especially self-employed people. I think don't do that as often or they do too. Much can be the opposite Love it okay. Well i am going to make sure i see. That seems. we're done okay. So my next cool sheet. This has to do with cancer treatment. Actually it is called the trial directory app and this has come up for me in a couple of different ways. So one is my tedtalk. was about. These new innovative chemo therapeutics. That i've been studying for about twenty years now. And because i have this talk that was at tech salem and it's out there people find me they watch it and then they will find me an email me in the last couple months. I have had a couple of people who are desperately looking for clinical trials. And so they've asked me. Where can i find out more information about the struggle and things like that and so people are really looking for on their own. They're looking for clinical trials. And that's part of what this app does so. This app is for trial directory. That actually found out a time. Magazine made it. This is one of the best things of two thousand twenty so it's really getting a lot of news which is great and it's helping i just i love their mission. Everything there about and they acknowledge how quickly cancer research is happening. And the it's so hard for even the doctors to keep up on it and so it really is something if you can take it into your own hands as much as you can that you can keep on top of things and it also just allows for tech powered assistance. Essentially is what they call it and that it helps you understand okay. I'm not alone in this. There are other patients who are getting similar treatment plans and that they are also not biased by big pharma. They're just trying to get information out there and they're just doing a really great job of it. Trial directory is a website they have but there's also an app called trial directory. Wow that seems really cool. That's something we needed for a very very much needed. I mean millions. Millions of americans every year are diagnosed with cancer. So and if you talk about worldwide you know it's huge so and i was really excited to see that My drug nice. I call it mine but that it is going back into. Clinical trials had been style for years and years and it's now clinical trials in canada. It's now called bold one hundred. I should this should be cool. She but anyway that was really exciting to discover that with these people who've been emailing me about That's very yeah. We will hear a follow up on that. Yes very cool. Thank you so much hair. Welcome or am. I last cool. She is an article and this article is called the obsessive life and mysterious death of fisherman. Who discovered the loch ness monster. I love these stories. These fables or urban legends. That we have these mysterious creatures in the pacific northwest. of course we have bigfoot That is a big one here and loch ness though is probably maybe the most famous in the world. Stephanie up there. And i can still picture. You know that one picture that we've all seen one hundred times a little bit blurry they're always a little bit blurry of all nessie there with a little hump and her head coming out of the water. Now this was debunked in nineteen ninety. Four i think on as they were about to pass away they finally said. Oh yeah this is a toy submarine little like piece of wood and they totally fake the picture and this is actually articles talking about something very different and it's talking about this person alexander sandy gray. Who was born on march twenty eighth nine thousand nine hundred and he lived right there off the lock which lock is a scottish word for lake and fish there all the time grew up as a kid and there is always still a legend of something happening under the water. This murky water but it was very local. It was just kind of this story. In the towns nearby didn't really spread until later in as when he was a teenager. He saw this large black object while he was fishing and treated above the water and then when it went back down there is like the swirling motion in the water. That was really strange. She thought it was twice the size of an african elephant. And that's when people came and pictures more pictures started happening and this legend kind of grew about the loch ness and it really breaks down. This all happened his story. His brother's story people that try to capture it either on film or literally capture it super fascinating definitely check out this article. The assess of life and mysterious death of fisherman who discovered the lucknow monster church and that brings back so much nostalgia for me. 'cause that's something you know. I i saw that picture as a kid and it was so. Yeah yeah it was one of the first times ri- really was like there's a lot more in this world. Yes these mystery. So it's kind of scary but now like super scary intriguing. Yeah oh yeah. I was fascinating forever. I still am. I still love those stories and thoughts and ideas and i. I don't say no to any or all of them. I think they're super interesting. And you know year and a half ago. I went to vernous. Went to loch ness right. That's right and so. I think especially when you have a personal connection. That was very personal trip for me and my friends that were with us. When you hear the towns near like i've been there. I've been know that just great hits even harder i think but i think the legend of the loch ness is very interesting to a lot of people and it really breaks down the different variations of stories and how they were laughed at and then embraced in how it relates tourism. It's just super fascinating. It's a really good read. And what's nice on the article as you can also hit listen button so someone read the article you can read it or do they have a scottish accent they do. That would be nice. Oh it's still cool but it is a lovely. That's cool all right my less cool sheets. I'm going to be talking about the site that someone shared with me. And that someone is jessica reid who was a guest. She is a science poet and a co host guest..

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"times ri" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

Chelsea Mike'd Up

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"times ri" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up

"Class, Footballer Mandarin Is there anything bill again working do outside of order a beer at a bar thanks for joining us on zoom from his native Scotland to close, we wanted to give you some love women's team champion. Women's team speaking of Zoom Chelsea found out they were champions on zoom call with manager a Hayes they were declared champions on a points per game basis just narrowly edging out Man City now have roosevelt it would appear and Arsenal we talked to defender an England international bright. We talked to defender in England international milly bright about just how surreal winning the title. By Zoom was we said in a previous episode that we wanted to give the Chelsea women's team, the respect and adulation that they so rightfully deserved really bright a defender for Chelsea's women's team is joining us now and look I understand that this isn't exactly a parade on a bus throughout the posh parts of London but let this be the the rightful trophy celebration that you so rightfully deserve milly bright joining us here on Chelsea miked up millie first, and foremost, this has to be a bit of a letdown in terms of championship celebrations just staring at my Mug in zoom. Is Not. Exactly. We planned it I think as a team or individually. Yeah, he kinda you've got the trophy. You've got the win you crowned champions Ecus for for much more than not in this current situation. So we'll take the positives, but we will celebrate when the Times Ri- and will do that collectively as a team which we deserved as you've said yeah, we're excited to do both. Most of all we got the trophy in. The crowned champion. So yeah, that's what my I mean. When you're when you're on the training ground, you're working towards your dream. You always envisioned up trophy in front of adoring fans. How'd you find out? You were championed by a group text? So he was actually zoo obviously soon, become the popular thing. Everyone's leading new things new anti skills. Am We actually found out on zoo the whole squad quite regularly to zoom chats district Kane. You know see what the status is in the outside world before all and also just Malacca check in with players and make sure everyone's okay You've been in a small environment and team environment, which is what do you do it and then to being on your own a home finding out. Is. Is kind of a quick moment. But yeah, we We said we'd celebrate what we can get together in person. But yeah ever actually raised a gossip champagne zoom and she was like congrats scales and also you can do really you literally are so limited as to what you can do like you said the I think the main thing would have been lifted in front of the funds have been incredible season so that that's the bill go impart he's not been able to see your family in the crowd cheering Kinda capture those memories raised I think that the things that you can't. Really get back, which is the thing what yet we just have to work for bet ones in the.

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"times ri" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"times ri" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The photographs made by officer Ralph was I've got a Fulton County Georgia DA Paul Howard says at the time ri chard Brooks was shot last Friday he did not pose an immediate threat of death or serious injury to either officer who's trying to arrest him for do you why Howard says ex officer Garrett Ralph kicked Brooks and the other officers stood on Brooke's shoulder Brooks was shot while running away after having grabbed one of the officers taser a police detective near Saint Louis has been charged with assault for allegedly hitting a man with his S. U. V. on purpose during a chase detective Joshua Smith who is white was fired a week ago the guy he was after his black was one of three in a car seen near an earlier shooting Smith's lawyer says what happened was an accident attorneys for the man hit say video shows otherwise the number of covert nineteen hospital patients has risen in riverside county one hospital in Rancho Mirage has nearly four times as many patients now compared to late last month the county also reported its largest single day increase in confirmed cases yesterday the virus has killed at least three hundred ninety five people in riverside county and of more than eleven thousand confirmed cases the county has confirmed at least six thousand one hundred sixty five recoveries for the latest on businesses re opening across southern California you can check out our website that's K. F. I. A. M. six forty dot com the key word is open and as you heard can just talking about a few moments ago a man from Chatsworth has pleaded no contest to animal cruelty charges for running over a pair of peacocks with his F. one fifty pick up truck the male and female birds were killed last July Floyd Belton was sentenced yesterday to three years probation after one day in jail he also has to make a one thousand dollar donation to the Pasadena Humane Society into forty five days of Caltrans work or make an extra thirty six hundred dollar donation plus yes to complete forty eight sessions of an animal abuse counseling program the Hollywood bowl has hosted a drive thru food drive LA regional food bank CEO Michael flood tells NBC for the year after the Great Recession the group gave out forty three percent more food than normal this is plus seventy.

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"times ri" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

23:34 min | 3 years ago

"times ri" Discussed on Revision Path

"Manager at abstract let's start the show engineering manager entail at abstract what's a what's a normal daylight for you God and in an enterprise admits art and so at participating a lot of meetings there's a scrum master as well so I spend a lot of time in meetings and a lot of times year of this year but I've been an engineering manager for about About two years nice oh I was just I was just kind of looking came across abstract on linked in and I was this is different and so I just kind of dug into it and I really looked on linked in and I really wanting to recruiters and yet the rest is history there now you're early my calendar is booked right at definitely injures it's definitely a task to balance both but I think I'm doing a pretty good job is it when it comes to kind of recruiting and retaining talent because you just like you said you leads on this but how is the process for recruiting and retaining talent for you we get a Ah we are very intentional and like in recruiting diverse are and so I usually try to jump on board with our recruiting team to kind of get out there have to be intentional about it and so in a lot a lot of times that means putting money for transparency for people that are listening abstract has sponsored provision path also doing consultant back when I had my studio and there will be a lot of companies big name companies doc for fear of getting it wrong or saying the wrong thing there's and I asked them if they had thought about just like going to like an Hvac job fair abson like you said the intentional about it that's sort of what it takes yes yep yep it does honestly think that there's a there's a conflict there right so if you're if you want to focus on a Netflix definitely just going to be hard so so things like definitely opening up the gates to be able to support what I could tell us that it's clear they were just trying to find like black and stances education etc that they're just not going to be in that same pipeline or sorts of things right find that that probably makes the process a lot easier from recruiting standpoint sides of the same coin like it's one thing to bring diverse people land but how do you keep them right I once read like diversity is inviting people to the party inclusive you know different backgrounds one of the things that we just did recently in the San Francisco office is yeah I thought was like super cool when I got to have shack is that like is that the only one at my company I'm usually the first first black I you know LGBT bill like okay here's a space for you connect with your people and like like I say abstract is now the south here you're located in Nashville is that where you grew up eh and went to Tuskegee to to study computer science and so after and then I found my way to Nashville say yes and no right so one would be one of the things that like really like made kind of like a super cool guy right he always had a nice car he you know personal computer right and all my all my weekends I would like spend my time hours upon hours just sitting at his computer I mean I was I was in there like changing all the settings hours upon hours and then one day I came down I came downstairs in my in they are for like nine hours ten hours you know he's I'm Gonna I'm a buy you a computer and so I was like cool in like an I'd Mitt hours like static and so I think the ranters and yes that that that's kind of how it started uh-huh and then there was some there were some other programs that like I stayed in contact with so all in word like I didn't know anything about coding though that that thing like I didn't have any so yeah so yeah I just remember my first that was like what is this like you know I was like I was like super confusing why did you decide to go to Tuskegee yes so I go back to this uncle church and they're they're doing a black college tour and I want you to figure I can report formation if you don't call it I'm not GonNa waste my money because you're not serious about it so like you I was thinking like that's a lot of money you know at the time send me on blackout Sydney on a black college tour and honestly it changed my it felt like a different world like it did like I felt like you know would learn a lot about the history about Booker T. Washington and just really like George in Cincinnati Ohio I'm able to just really be immersed in this history like this I've I've been to Tuskegee before it's folks no from listen to the show I'm from in in Alabama I have most likely been to it I think actually when I was in high school I I wanted to get out of Alabama so bad and I was I folks in California or wherever you need to go somewhere close and I it there's like five or six black colleges in one huge campus so morehouse food campus here they're distinct schools what they share like the like morehouse and Spelman I was also a big fan of school days I remember have you seen school days Yeah Yeah I've seen Asia okay so you know the opening in school days there are more houses campus so that bill is right outside of a of a sale hall I saw the bill and I was like oh I'm going here here and likable on something like that like popping in Atlanta always has popping energy good what was your time like Eski man to ski was almost one of those experiences that like even when you try to explain it to people was there was professors that were like super supportive right one thing about going to like an HP see you that reason and it's and it's one of those things that you definitely feel in classes he just said I had a lot of support I mean it's challenge challenging at times Ri- you know technology you know we were still like getting you know getting courses online and things of that Ah Tuskegee told me like I can live and I can I can do anything I could live anywhere and do us computer science computer science departments and I and I and I say we like to emphasise of like really really like exploring different languages big-name missile defense companies such as like your key mar has grandma and talk to us and so I I felt like that was that was definitely valuable right because like I'm sitting I'm is that what we're going through all the professors were there when he was there so it was able to Kinda like create uh-huh don't get the best reputation the world I think particularly when it comes down to yeah yeah it it did definitely took my first role in missile defense at like you know it was definitely a challenging program and so yep Yep I was I started I started as a software engineer sensors and missiles so it was it was cool is nice what I mean as much as you can talk about like what is the is there a you get ignored like people look I think as far west as Texas in Tennessee or Mississippi or Arkansas Alabama or anything like that her but like an Amazon bring their headquarters headquarters here and and I've always had opportunities right so there's there's definitely there's definitely in Nashville when when when when it comes to tech to be on so you know it's not GonNa be yes I find that I don't know it's sort of that way in since or you know just certain rooms that I'm in the have to deal with tech or oh wow you do that wow that's great I'm like Yeah uh-huh four a feeling is like I mean you would even in a city like Atlanta that has a big you know multiethnic set they say but it does exist Yep yeah and I found I found in conferences meaning meaning that like it's like a national group that had actually put it together like.

"times ri" Discussed on Caregiving Challenges and Solutions

Caregiving Challenges and Solutions

09:20 min | 3 years ago

"times ri" Discussed on Caregiving Challenges and Solutions

"Thanks for being here so I'd like to start by having you just explained in general what occupational therapy is. I think more people are familiar with physical therapies that may ask thanks so much occupational therapy of course so occupational therapy can mean a few things depending on the setting that we work so the setting that I work work in occupational therapy is helping those that have suffered trauma for me specifically an acquired brain injury really learning how to become safely independent in what I described to them as their daily or initially their morning teen so learning into dress themselves toilet eighth kind of all the things we take for granted as they progress the reprogram than we can start talking about other areas that are meaningful to them. the cooking or a leisure activity we can talk about ways for them to re engage gauge in those activities as well so specifically for someone recovering from a stroke. What kind of deficits might they have that you would address in the setting of acute Rehab certainly so oftentimes you know stroke associated with one half of their body being weak or paralyzed so typically. It's just learning re learning how to maybe for example. Put your shirt on with the lack of use of one arm so really we just sort of evaluate no maybe they're affected by their balance. Were there coordination and so just trying to focus in on what it is that is limiting them from reengaging in their home environment and those daily activities so again weakness on one side balance speech deficits vision impairments are usually kind of the top in addition to any sort of cognitive memory problem solving safety awareness sort of the larger her once that we see yeah that's. I mean that's a really broad spectrum of things to address altogether yeah and so we often hear about Adl's. Can you explain a little bit more eighty. At what age are yes so. AD L. stands her activities of daily living and so again that's kind of what I described to my patients as that morning routine waking up getting dressed using the toilet the shower grooming the same feeding themselves on so those are activities of daily living specific to the setting that I work in can can also include daily activities outside of those basic functions on those does that's what I mean to me in in our setting okay and you mentioned cognition. Can you talk a little bit more about some of the areas of cognition. It is kind of a big umbrella term. Also it can be yeah so certain areas of cognition that we see affected is maybe their insight into these new deficits. Are Patients are very fresh. Maybe a week or two post stroke sometimes if you know you don't don't have time to become accompanied or accustomed to you know your new levels. You don't have the insight into what is your limitations that can put someone in a very unsafe situation for example thinking they can get out of bed and oftentimes forgetting maybe that their balance or their strength think is now impaired cognition again the safety awareness a memory even simple problem solving in sequencing you know setting setting up at the same and understanding the very basic steps to initiate oral care when comes first what utensils sold you pick up to feed yourself so can be as simple as that organization you know we also have people that are higher level in its working on getting them back to their finances or following a recipe in China attend to that within a distracted environment are I saw the two spectrums of cognition yeah and for those more basic level like brushing your teeth getting dressed. Is it just a matter of practice and repetition petition that they'll finally get yeah. It can be often times. Maybe you know working with the speech therapist pissed figure out. Is there a memory aid. Maybe this person you know needs needs a visual reminder so we might have set up like a picture board so they can see the steps of the grooming activity some names. It's written some names again. It's it's pictures jurors via oftentimes it is that repetition giving the brain the opportunity to relearn actively successfully with us slowly slowly less and less assistance our approaches for learning those basic steps the for example of Oral Care Yeah and actually that's a great segue to the next question about collaboration with the other therapies and I know on the acute rehab. You're not the OT PT speech work very closely together yeah but there's overlap allowed to there is definitely overlap yeah I could. I could not do my job without without my team. We are very very closely tied on on our treatment plan. You know we have a BI weekly. Huddles just therapy specific regarding. How does that work were collaboratively approaching each patient individually. you know again going back to the speech therapist. What are the memory AIDS that I can be using in my session to help with what speeches trying to reinforce mayors and then you know physical therapy after a stroke somebody might have inattention black to one side so the physical therapists can help me you know work on that on that attention during a mobility task locating things in the hall that kind of stuff so re purposely try to laugh overlap our our interventions in our treatment so that way the patient is receiving sort of the same message from each each treatment for the day yeah. They're getting that reinforcement. Yeah yeah definitely now if someone's trying to relearn something and they're being told something you know four or five different ways. It's more difficult for them to to learn that. Ask versus hearing it the same way or practicing at the same wage time. Ri- a right and is there any adaptive equipment specifically for ot that you use adaptive equipment we I just kind of work on compensatory strategies before trying to enter in equipment specifically you know but but at some equipment that we might use for example for feeding somebody doesn't have the adequate grip strength to hold onto a standard utensil. Do you think about it utensils. It's pretty thin that doesn't have a full grip or full range. Emotion won't be able to hold onto something small so we'll build up the handle. If somebody has something called attack that this coordination bringing that utensil to their mouth might be a very jerky so we waited down to kind of smooth out that transfer from fork to to mouth but in my setting a little reserved to give out too many compensatory or I mean adaptive equipment that they just they're so fresh that they'll recover their and normalized that function themselves but there is a lot art for those that are post stroke. You know six months nine months at airs a world of of one handed cooking tools in writing utensils and you know driving aids no but for someone so fresh from I'm from their stroke. I'm I'm more reserve to do that. 'cause it sometimes takes away from their ability to to recover that sure yeah on their own yeah and I know that we often involve family in training a search for that person who's headed home. So how do you involve the family in the therapy sessions yeah so our unit. We have a standard where before a patient is to be discharged home..

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"times ri" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

10:43 min | 3 years ago

"times ri" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver

"Leviticus. No world. Yeah yet, we're getting to know each other. And so that's been it's just been neat because I feel like I wake up and I've got my people, you know, and other corner sensors just cornerstones I think, in my day that always bring me back to what matters, which is him. And the other thing that we do is like my leadership team. And I we pray to start the week, we just did that this morning. It's always so refreshing to start the workweek like that, and just pray over the needs of the business team members. And then I, you know, have to end with this. It's a lot of other things that happened in between. But to me, one of the most deeply intimate times, a have with the Lord is praying with my husband at night, beautiful in its, you know, we went through really like rocky is a mild way to put it just dividing time in our marriage early on. And so, I think we early on got the gift out of that out of that hard season of recognizing our need. For the Lord and we fight for it every day. Even if we're mad at each other even if we're in conflict, even if we're tired, we don't feel like it. We just about without fail. Grab each other's hands at night, and we pray before bedtime, and it used to be that Ari would just pray, and I don't know. We didn't choose that we didn't say, just Ari will pray, but somehow it used to be just him in that we went to this marriage conference a couple was talking about how when you hear someone. Pray it reveals so much of their heart because you hear them talking to God. And so that was it's a subtle shift, but we decided for both of us to pray during that time this been so awesome. So I think that's probably one of the most intimate times have with the Lord. Again, there's other things, but those are the cornerstones that, that really bring me to like a oneness in my marriage a one nece in the spirit with him too, so call that is so cool, you and I'm were. Chatting before the interview of just one of your recent blog posts set when a year team wrote was on the any Graham and goal. And I'm just just kinda starting dabbling in that end it really is into the we are also unique and so different. And I think you know, that's why for different ones of us are spiritual love language might be a different completely different than another person's. But also when it comes to goal setting chew a what do you think about that? Any any thoughts? Yeah. So the Graham is, you know it's one of those things that circles around the internet's and you think, oh, this is going to be fun for a little while and it might pass. I don't think it's going to because it's really insightful and for those that don't know it's just a basically a personality test. But for us in our even our business knowing each other's any grim, type and the motivations behind what we are doing every day. It just reveal so much of how we can love each other better. And so just in our team we've taken the test. And I mean we must talk about it almost every day, we really did we reference at almost every day. I even I my mom is visiting right now. And I had my mom take the test yesterday. These things are just very revealing but as far as goal setting goes. So I am a type one. I am. What's called a reformer and I struggled with perfectionism and wine to make things better all the time. And knowing my any grim, type has really helped me understand why set the types of goals that I set. So like you said, in this blog post, we talk about each type and different goal ideas for each type some of them are kind of poking fun at these types. But, but I think it is really important even spiritually to understand who we are to understand the way. God made us the way he wired us, so that we can for instance, I know as reformer I struggle with perfectionism, and when I recognize myself struggling with perfectionism I stop my say up. That's just my one coming out. And in better process it. I can better come up with solutions to. Moving through times. Ri- feel like I'm making imperfect progress on something. So it really does equip me to move forward. Well, I love that. I love. And I think that whole idea of working working with other people and understanding how they're wired and yeah, I someday, I'd love to have you come back and talk about the team and how you guys worked. Yes. I'd love that one of the things I kinda here as a thread through what we've been talking about is that you are very much wired to toward team and working together, and that, that relationship in I think that that is so beautiful. I'm I'm a two with a probably with more of a three although I have the one it's just very interesting. I kinda think I'm really just a mess. I on any Graham expert on to try to analyze. Figuring out. I can totally peg you as a to you're a helper, you're someone who really tries to bring out the best in people. So I love that. Well, it's just it's just very funny to see see those. And you know what we're gonna Lincoln the show notes to the descriptions of the different any grams, but I, I think it. So what I love about Jesus is that, again, he doesn't have this cookie cutter that we have to fit in. And in fact, he wants to release us from all that junk that we put on ourselves or or on others coming back to the goal setting. I love that you're really bringing us back to the Y you know what, what is it? Why is this important probably one of the most refreshing things that your system is done for me was with that with that, too. And I'm a very good girl wanting to do good things doing it. Right. And with deathly, some perfection in. In me. But what was beautiful was? I felt released from having to just like gather all of my potential goals, you know, where a lot of should be this, and I should be that in. Oh, I better not forget to put down that part that would be terrible and I was just free in feel like it was a process that the Lord had been taking me through to go what's important right now. You know, I felt like I got been has done so much in my walk with him in building some consistency. That, that I felt like that was really strong. But there was some other areas that I just felt he wanted me to put the, the spotlight on. And I'm excited about just working through this process that you lay out being able to reevaluate one of the things I love is that you have that quarterly reset, where we look again. Can you talk about that? How does. With so many responsibilities. What are some steps where she could be able to distill the things that matter without being overwhelmed by the myriad of tasks that she comes up with a set a great question. You know, I've been reading a book called essential as them recently, and such a great book, and one of the things that I had is an Hamam and in that is the word priority evolved into priorities. I think it was something like the mid eighties. It really wasn't a word that priority means the one thing there is really no such thing as priorities kind of made that up because we have a lot of them. Hi ortiz. Negate priority. Exactly, exactly. It's, it's such a misnomer. So to me, that's what I would say is that we. We feel like we have to have priorities we were taught like you hear in school in college, even like figure out your priorities for your life, plural. But when we get the one priorities straight love, God, love other people how everyone phrase that just get the love God part. Right. Then we really can use the rest of life to kind of, and I don't mean isn't an loosey-goosey way to flex around. You know whatever the Lord wants us to do so, for instance, you know, my goal is to just know God's hurt. That's my goal this year, and anything around that can serve that purpose. So whether that's in my work, I can use whatever he gives me today to do that, in my mothering I can use whatever he gives me today to do that. But I do think it gets overwhelming because we make it overwhelming. We, we identify multiple priorities. How is something actually going to rise to the top of that list when there is no room for anything of the top the list. So I it's hard because we are people that don't like hierarchy, we don't like to put something about something else. I remember the first time someone in in even a church setting. Told me you should always keep. Your kids below your marriage and at the time I was like that seems crazy. I don't understand it now. I get it like yes my marriage neat that foundation has to be there for our kids to be loved, well, but I didn't like the idea of hierarchy at the time I was like, Nope, they're either going to be equal or no. But I think that we kind of have to not kind of we have to we have to choose to choose what actually matters most choose the priority. And then everything else does have to have a, a level below that, that's so good. It's that whole put in the big rocks first on Sept or there won't be room for them later. Right. Exactly. We'll I know we're actually going to be airing this, this interview in may. And there's gonna be girls were like wait a minute. Wait a minute. I can't even think about goal setting.

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