20 Burst results for "Turnley"

"turnley" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

Mindfulness For Beginners

04:31 min | Last month

"turnley" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners

"Breathing in established myself in the present moment breathing out. I realize it is a wonderful moment. present moment. Wonderful moment Honestly comb to they. Under the meditation took a moment to skin turnley to notice where you feel relaxed or uncomfortable in your body stretch near back where your legs if you need to and opening your ice expanding your awareness and to the rim that urine and finally filling some gratitude towards yourself for tekken moments to focus on your own welby.

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"turnley" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"turnley" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"Because of a lot of wisdom in buddhism dollars christ consciousness of a multidimensional mirka because throughout this pandemic i have been having my own personal mandela effects And we'll go into kind of the story of that as well and a lot of this is coming to play christ consciousness multidimensionality Changing the matrix within your consciousness and so so thought becomes form becomes solid experience. Okay and if we don't like what is transpiring in our physical experience we need to change the thought we need to solidify that and we need to move and action to create our next best experience. And that's what i'm going to talk about With regard stood this on an episode. Because this one is going to empower living. I love what you're saying. I you know. I've applied so much of our conversations to my life and i've taken a lot of stuff that you've talked about with me because it really resonated with me And have applied to my life. And i've told others about it and you know it's resonating with them and you know a j just very interesting times you know. I just had a conversation about magic versus you know organized religion and all that stuff from what's real and what's not and so you know when i talk to you. I know it's been a little while but when we talked and the things you talked about i take these things i applied to my life and my life changes you know and for the better and that's the only way i know if something has some validity to it because there's things you've talked to me to me abou- no one can control you. That was a big issue to me. A a real big thing for me. You told me a long time was about how the universe kind of warns you about stuff and i. that's that's resonate with me and people in my recovery. I talk a lot about that. About how the universe Warns you. And then i feel like if you don't heed the warnings at showed you and you know and a lot of my friends have gone that on a very public schedule. So i'm very. I'm very sensitive to like. Is the universe telling me something right now diomede to here so the the whole point of that little rant was like iceman. You've really had a a real amazing effect on my life even in our little conversations we've had on my shows you've really helped change the trajectory of my life and how i operate and valby turnley grateful. Because you know we're living in this crazy time man and it's very easy to get lost in the chaos. That is out there really for me and is exactly what you're talking about right now. You know i talk about this. A lot. And i think a was based on christianity. But i'm really more and more. It has a lot of buddhism in it and the one thing was is that you know for me and say in sam speak. Is you know if you want change. You have to make change. Changes doesn't happen..

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Tipping the Waiter at the TikTok Table; Howard Schultz: This is a five-star emergency

Squawk Pod

07:33 min | 1 year ago

Tipping the Waiter at the TikTok Table; Howard Schultz: This is a five-star emergency

"Up on today's podcast tech and the platform that's finally got adults talking tick tock tech stocks have been on a tear salesforce Microsoft and facebook all hit record highs this week. But leading the charge apple last Friday I will lead over ten percent in one day yesterday the stock closed at an all time high and now apple is just a few percentage points away from hitting a two trillion dollars market cap the golden number to get it there four, hundred, sixty, seven dollars and seventy seven cents a share. And it looks like apple wine this milestone before it's order one stock split goes into effect at the end of this month. The other companies in the headlines? This Week tiktok beloved by teems commonly misunderstood adults, and now a chesapeake in international business and diplomacy. Here's injury Ross Mark and we've been talking TIKTOK and Microsoft and all of what's happening in Washington. Eunice Yoon reporting now that it's not just Microsoft but to other tech firms that are in talks with Tik Tok owner by dance over a possible sale in president trump said yesterday, he was ready to approve a purchase of the US operations tiktok. But then he said the only woman to do it if the government receives a lot of money in exchange listen to this. Microsoft or somebody else who was the Chinese? What what the price is the United States could should get a very large percentage of that price because we're making it possible without us you know I use the expression it's like the landlord and the tenant. And without the lease the tenant doesn't have the value what we're sort of in a certain way the lease we make it possible to have this great success, tick toxic tremendous success, but a big portion of its in this country. Sale? Yeah. Whatever the number is, would it would come from the civil on Wall Street banker problems. By the way they call that tipping the waiter, but I don't think we've ever tipped the government for transaction president trump said he told Microsoft's CEO that a very substantial portion of the price is going to have to come into the treasury of the United States because quote or making it possible for this deal to happen I was on the phone by the way with. The people involved in this transaction deal teams on all sides who heard that yesterday. Couldn't really even make. Heads or tails of what the president was saying how. Would you hey the government what would that look like could there be a formulation where ultimately you come to some kind of transactional agreement and then you announce that you're making some kind of infrastructure investment in the in the United States who you're going to create some kind of jobs I'm literally, this is the conversation that's happening inside the room among these companies. If we created some companies without yesterday we got to it. It's what did you say? I. Heard it reported yesterday when I first started reporter yesterday I thought he's just saying this stuff off the cuff he doesn't really mean it. Then I saw what he actually said I thought wow, he does mean it. I don't even know how you could possibly as somebody WHO's working on this deal come up with anything that makes any sense and Steve Ballmer Steve Balmer was with us yesterday and said as a shareholder as the top shareholder Microsoft he would love to see this deal get done at the right price. Gets an exciting proposition for Microsoft. obviously depends on the price. Price is important as well as whatever restrictions come from a government perspective but I think it's an exciting avenue for Microsoft to really increase its consumer base. I don't know how you figure out any sort of pricing right pricing when you have to then go in and add some significant number on top that you'd be paying to the US Treasury. Well, what are they? Going to happen is because this is a bit of evaluation game. And I hate to say, we're going to be using trump valuation but I think that what's going to happen is they're going to effectively. Create a higher valuation for the overall business. Then kind of create something where they can say we're giving you something and that bite dance is giving it. That's the other important part of the view at least from what I understand Turnley among these groups is that the money has to come out of China not out of a US company. So you're going to have to make it appear whatever that whatever it is that you're giving to appear that China's not getting part of that's because Peter Navarro and others don't frankly want US money. Ten twenty thirty billion forty billion dollars ending up in the hands of China for the. So there's so many sort of China. has already weighed in. On this today that China has weighed in on this today through some of the states that media where they are saying that you know the US is basically stealing us and trying to do take off with this that it's a rogue nation now at this point. So the idea that you are going to come up with something that satisfies the trump administration and at the same time satisfies the communist government in China Good luck with that I mean this is they're going to get caught in between the two the two with this because even though China may not. Necessarily, be looking for some of the same angles. It's not going to say, okay, it's okay for the US to come out looking like this and stealing our company and don't worry about it. CEO of Tiktok you know or bite dance don't worry about it. We'll live with that sort of a kind of a slap in the face. To all this stuff we're talking about it. Sorry Andrew it. It overshadows the the lead of the story right and that's that there are possibly other suitors for the US. Of tiktok, we we we talked yesterday Andrew about well, maybe media companies would be interested in this property. Now, you know the the wording here that that we use her that Eunice was reporting was other tech offense, which which makes it even more interesting and who these other tech companies. May Be an at. Are they based in the US or are they elsewhere? It would be very I. I would imagine it would be very hard for Google or Amazon or an apple etc to try to buy this company given the anti-trust pressures on them, I. Think my understanding was that the White House preferred that liked the Microsoft choice from a regulatory perspective. So it's all very interesting by the way the other piece of this is the part I. Really don't understand if you're apple today, you know we're talking about this two trillion dollars market cap that keeps going up and up and up. Given. Given. The China risks now now, maybe look they foxconn supplying hundreds of thousands of people if not more than are making these phone so maybe they can't just say to Tim. Cook. Good luck to you but I would think there would be risk if we do this to a Tiktok what kind of a backlash reciprocal. Backlash is China going to have for some US companies doing business there? That's the part I don't understand say knock built into any of the. It it's it's no different than the same conversations we were having during the depths of the trade war. Right? We had these same conversations. We push too hard if the tariffs are to punitive companies are companies like apple, the ones that are going to face the pushback or the retaliation in some way and I think it's fair to say that that that never really came back to these two tech companies I mean, she didn't say where those tech companies were based and and I wonder what the US would do that if if it was being pursued by a company, another technology company based in China but not based in the United States either how would Sylvia's see something like that and would they still threaten to turn off the the APP in the United States if it was not a US company?

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Sony Clarifies PS5 Backward Compatibility

Beyond!

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Sony Clarifies PS5 Backward Compatibility

"Did mention sort of the one substantial actual bit of PS Five News. We got inbetween shows of course covered Mark Sunnis in-depth tech talk about the PS five. From last week that was originally meant to be. Gd Talk so if you didn't check out that episode you go listen to last week's to figure our thoughts on that a very complex discussion but after the fact. Sony updated their playstation blog. Post about this not once but twice to clarify some of the backward compatibility confusion that stemmed from was unclear about mark. Sunni's fifty minute long explanation. What could possibly leave room for clarification? Of course no. It was very buttoned up into the point and nothing uncertain for fans know there was some Scuttlebutt even having Turnley about whether or not cerny was discussing the fact that all of the library would be backward compatible and only one hundred games would be available launch or if only one hundred games would be available in the PS fives boost mood from ps four or some other combination of. Maybe we'll only actually get to play. Twenty Games backward compatible The update that the playstation blog actually put out was with all of the amazing games. Npr's catalog we've devoted significant efforts to enable our fans to play their favorites NPS five. We believe that the Omer overwhelming majority of the four thousand. Ps Four titles will be playable. Ps fought were expecting backward compatible. Titles will run any boosted frequency on. Ps five so that they can benefit from higher or more stable frame rates and potentially higher resolutions were currently evaluating Games on a title by title basis to spot any issues that need adjustment from the original software developers in his presentation. Mark Cerny provided a snapshot into the top one hundred most played ps four titles demonstrating. How well are backward? Compatibility efforts are going. We are have already tested. Hundreds of titles are preparing to thousands more as we move toward launch. We will provide updates on backward compatibility along with much more news in the months ahead. Stay tuned. So that's kind of worrisome. Honestly we dug into it a little bit last week but it it sort of makes me think that That fans are going to be finding problems in these games that weren't caught initially by Sony's in house developers and testers because the if they're going through on a case by case basis. I don't know if that's how the xbox hard works because their message was very clear of just like all the old games work here now whereas playstation they're like what we it seems like they basically prioritized that most played once the most popular ones Which is good. It's a good start Indefinitely better than the complete lack of backwards compatibility. We've had them. Ps Four but It makes it seemed like to me. You're going to play some like you know. Sort of niche game two years from now and find a bunch of technical hiccups in it. And then you're GONNA ask them the patch amount and they're going to say we don't. We can't justify the time and resources to do that. Like I have the playstation now APP. I don't know where I might have stuck that in the folder that might be just like pushed all the way down the train from other games of playing before it Because it's something I don't really use a lot but it's also like they. They've changed up the languaging on that a little bit when it started it was just like a streaming thing and now you can download some games and so I think they really need to scream from the rooftop sue and not just for people like awesome people listen to show but like you know con. Consumer Carl or whatever like the guy walks into a store. Yeah I mean like right now. You can download. Ps Four NPS Games and play them off line. And that's not really the thing that I think they're shouting about enough because I've thought about man. I would love to revisit some. Ps Two games. I don't have the chance to. I can download these re masters of the final fantasy games. When they're on sale but game passes get literally every remastered final fantasy game from the past like two generations. So why wouldn't I just wait to play

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Interview with Alex Karp, CEO and Co-founder of Palantir

Squawk Pod

06:45 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Alex Karp, CEO and Co-founder of Palantir

"This is walk. Thought this next segment is the conversation. Andrew had with Alexander Co Founder and CEO of Pailin. Tear the Tech Company provides software and data services for well a a lot of groups as you'll hear but it's probably best known for its relationship with the US government also quite controversial Given the company's role full working with the government in defense on ice with our allies with corporations there's always been view. It's a very secretive company in two thousand nineteen gene alone. The company signed one and a half billion dollars in. US government contracts one of those contracts in eight hundred million dollar deal with the Army Peletier beat out fortune. Five hundred company Raytheon for that one marking the first time that a venture backed firms received that caliber of recognition from the Pentagon and possibly more than anything else though. It's the company's Partnership With Immigration and Customs Enforcement that's created a stir until valley as well as internally Turnley at Peletier Alex Carp founded the company alongside a few other entrepreneurs including famed venture capitalist. Peter Thiel he co-founded Pay Powell and founders fund and invested in facebook anyway. Alex is he is one of the most unique interesting people in the world of business. He rarely does interviews but luckily for us. He's speaks Andrew. I gotTa tell you it's every time I have an opportunity to speak with him and really we've been able to do it now and you'll hear Davos you're just sort of blown away by the things that he says so here. It is Andrew. Ross sorkin annual interview with outs carp mark. CEO of talent here in the Alpine ski town of Davos Switzerland. Arc's thank you for doing this. Thank you so this was a very big year for you. We have a number of contracts. This is true we did very well so what happened. Well the long version is about five years ago we looked at our product offering and decide to rebuild our core offering for the government start with a commercial product which can be used to commercial and government and revitalize tragic going to market and and we saw the results Last year but dramatically this year and so that ended up with two very very large contracts that are public number of contracts that are not public and commissioner impact. That we're very proud of just so we're clear that's released publicly. One point five billion dollars in new contracts with that's true to you speak about those contracts. Let's well two of them are public. One of them is essentially. Give the DOD glow operating system in software with a on a timeline that otherwise I wouldn't be realistic so transformed the way. Decisions are made inside what amounts through the largest data organization in the world in timeline. That is very very aggressive. Another there is a little more classified and And we're we're just pouncing forward. The Core Mission of our company always was to make the West especially America the strongest longest in the world. The strongest ever been And for the sake of global peace and prosperity and we feel like this year we really showed what that would mean visit today. Do you believe is being driven by the government work versus the corporate. Well in the last couple of years most of our revenue has been commercial. Most of our clients have been government the the government government work inside and outside America's so strong Because of how it compounds that it's gone from being sixty forty commercial government to probably probably fifty fifty the impact of government. Work is the thing we are obviously the most proud of and is the past year. This sort of larger geopolitical Nicole conversation around. What does that into the business? Well you know decoupling. And and and strict regulation is a bonanza for pounder when we looked at what what did what should be done with data fifteen years ago. Most people aren't thinking about it and instead of thinking of this simplistic problem with aggregation of data. We thought about data's how can you aggregate and disaggregated this aggregate disaggregation meaning. How can you have silos while at the same time being able to call up at a granular level of what you're allowed to see in that silo? And what does that mean at a political level as Countries and states both need to have a horizontal view but want to have a more vertical view. They need Assad for platform that can allow a two countries to work together without sharing all all the information or to jurisdictions to work or to companies that for example a global company will have data stores in America data stores in Europe. Where only a subset can be shared in our architecture is is quite frankly built to deal with that and was built fifteen years ago to deal with that and revitalize five years ago so this decouple these these this decoupling world combined with Regulation quite frankly also combined with deep skepticism towards consumer in the valley is very much helping us. WanNa get to the sketches of the valley and just a moment but I wanted to ask you specifically about the protests this year about your work for ice and that ice this contract and what it's meant for your business we as everyone who's followed our company knows we take what amounts to strong but often Controversial positions the position of our company from the beginning was we're GONNA make America and the West Song and safer by integrating world class software into what amounts to legacy I see do systems one of our contracts at ice and there's an we started this contract under Obama and obviously there's a lot of concern legitimate concern about what happens on employer how it happens and what is the enforcement. Look like certainly diminish part of our work Finding people in our country who are undocumented. But it's a legitimate intimate complex issue. My personal position is We acknowledged a complexity people protesting whom I respect also dogs complexity is an issue that that is controversial and complex enough that the small island in Silicon Valley. That would love to decide what you eat. How you eat and monetize all your data should also decide who lives and your country and on what your conditions? There are elections. There are rules. They should be enforced. A transfer of one presidency and other and the the view of Silicon Valley that we get to the decide should not be the way the site of course this led to protests. My House has been protested for many months almost every day. Our officers protested many Palestinians who do not just follow what I say but are critical people. protested against internally. Some people were so upset about it that they left. These are very hard decisions. I I respect the people that that reside they can't be involved in this but we have a position. Are you comfortable with the trump administration's approach on the border.

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And, and then you times that by every single guy that was on the trip. I mean you come back. I mean, you, you, you feel like you have experienced if you like you have knowledge and, and, and feel like you've lived some things that you just have a great gratitude for having seen and thrilled to be a part of it. It's, it's amazing. It was just a fabulous experience. Even like Jack say with the tweeting it was interesting because I'm reading the same tweets and I'm with them, and I'm like, almost listening to the conversations going on. And then it getting translator or taking the picture that I'm like, you know, I was there and having David Turnley they're I mean, such talented Aaron bills who did. Unbelievable job of photographing the trip and you're like all these things. And the next thing, you know, Facebook and Twitter, and you're seeing all of the things and the impact it has on these young men. That's why like, when we think about back to, you know, making a gift to support something and you're looking at what's more impactful, as you know, a piece of a building or different things like that. But the idea, you don't get the opportunity that often to do something truly impacts the kids where you're like that was something special. That's not out. That's not just something that great my name will be somewhere and that'll be really cool, but it's there and to be able to have the opportunity which we so appreciate coach allowing us to come. So we got to see it and live it all the way through and then in the friendship depreciation too. I mean, I, I think I saw maybe ten or fifteen players at least come up to you, and Nicole give you a big hug, and tell you, thank you. There was. There was real gratitude the kids the team. Mm is just as you said, and as the flight attendant said, and they don't know that I'm watching them or not watching them or what I'm doing. This is just how they act. This is how they were raised. And this is their U of M men and they are totally and completely the most polite, down to earth amazing kids, I've ever been fortunate enough to I'm thinking of sending my kids over thirty guys. You got.

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Next to the to the driver. And I mean the driver the guide. I mean he's he's, he's so good. I mean it's like it's like being with a great coach. He's checking tracks. I'm Dan, it was like Tato and the loan rates, they're looking for, you know, the lion tracks the Mamba snake track. These. Elephants. You know, trying to find him because you're in a huge sizes or preserve and, and, Sarah, my wife was the best, she was even better than our guide who would she found every single animal. She found the lion. She found the, the giraffe the, the elephants. She, she spotted the jackal. She would see a ABS late of grass move or something like that. And then she would she would find him but our, our guy did find the elephants force, and we were up close to elephants. I got I got about three and a half minute video of, of the elephants eaten, maybe a meter to two meters away from us using get immersed immersed in immersed in the language and culture when I when I take these trips. But can I tell you this? I asked our guide. How he finds these the, the animals, and it was just I'll just play it on my on my phone here. Can I haven't figured out how to how to be able to post these videos? Damp with unpredictable. But he's who provoke them, but can go through. I was reading press with us sort of coming just feeding so close to us. It's for you on the consumer the cat. France, the mental genius. How'd you know they're gonna be right there? It's una- bunk. To was incredible spot. I knew this only they couldn't tell you by surprise. I we I heard they were WALE in the other direction. The execute the sound was in the other direction. New, too humid, exactly. To see this. We can hear that he spoke from that. I can give the thinking of cheese. And I you similar yet video optimistic in confident that to finding and see the coaches Apia yet, Begovic area. Rabble very optimistic. Hope he didn't. I love the way says Africa, two Africa. What was a little bit ethical audio. So they if the first run we did was four six o'clock in the morning, we got up before forty five eating breakfast, Forty-five synagogue in the morning. That's when coach you who I who is in. Who did you ride with who were your chest your Zordich and then someone centers corner show? Yeah, I was with clayborn, green or academic coordinator, my wife and then we were with the linebackers I had, like click. Hodson. Josu J, Devon Gill campground, Michael Barrett. Jamison offered all, and then who's right behind me, someone I could missing one guy. And then coach who were you riding with. I was with Sean Mckee, Ben mcdaniels Garry, and Llewellyn hazlet and. I was with the Chris Barnes, and then David Turnley, they've attorney, Dr Kylie. She had to go back. She was with us the first day, and then the second day, then, then we had David Turnley for the, the second third session, so. Yeah, it was a Sarah, my wife and my daughter, Addie. I think I think that was everybody. And yeah, the lions came right? And sat right behind your I drive, I drive. We were the only ones to see lions at that point, the very first day out. And, and they came walked like, right close to our to our Jeep, and then walk behind it. And somebody, I think it was me who got up to, like, I was going to take a video and, and guide said, no don't get off, these lions see the vehicle and these people as, as one thing you know, that Jeep is too big to take down. So they're not gonna they're not gonna come. Look, they check you out, then they look at you not. They don't stare at you. But they, you know, they side I and they're, they're looking around and everything else that is going on. But it was it was credible. The elephants were credible the lions gonna make your heart, stop you look into their eyes and they're just unbelievable. And you know that you see him there with their cubs and we had two lion. Cubs were were there. One day that the mother lion was trying to get them to move. I mean these lines like the move. They don't they don't just stay in saying one spot. These animals are always just on the move on the move and watching her trying to get these two.

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"That we did that because we get so many things. Yeah. The first to point out to this trip different than the others was it was more active. We were we were outside. We were hiking we boat. It went boating went to Robben Island played rugby. But there was a lot more exercise in and out and being outdoors. And that was the first spots signal hill a little bit of hiking and up on where you could see all sides of the Cape Town. Yep. You'd see the ocean, you could see the city and and right off the bat. I mean just blown away by the. Scenery. It's it's like scenery. You your weight your whole lifetime to see? And that was a good first first thing out of the blocks was just really just taken the views. I think not to mention also also provided the team with diversity on a trip and seeing another type of life experience that you're not gonna get when you're just going to even going overseas. I mean, it was going across the world signal hill. It was it was funny because it kind of everybody we got off the buses, and we all kind of went in different directions. And you could literally go any direction. And so I start down the hill a little bit with my wife, and we're kind of on a little path. And then we walked back up, and we're heading to the left, and I see coach and Sarah an Addy like standing on top of like this. I don't know let's met like old house hot thing like climbed up a tree and then onto the top they're kind of over alleged. And it was that was pretty neat and Addie was up and down. Climb the tree two or three times. And it was it was a neat deal. And that was one of my one of your favorite, my favorite pictures of your family was on that hill by David Turnley because it was like close enough that you could still see what was going on below. But it was still far enough, and it was still beautiful view. So I thought that was a really cool picture. Yeah. There was everybody was a ruse taking pictures getting the views in and just kind of like the first time of being out being outdoors and pretty pretty incredible good start. So from signal hill we actually went to fill a little bit time. We actually went to a local mall and the guys who are running around. We were all buying souvenirs. There was actually a perfect timing because it really wasn't in the schedule. It was going to happen of naturally, but to go into the mall, there is a bunch of souvenir shops and. I was in a souvenir shop with coach and the guys were buying stuff. And and the exchange rate South African rand fourteen to one so things we were looking at picking up on all man. This is this is two hundred and eighty ran. I'm like, oh, wait, that's you know, that's ten twenty dollars. I mean It was. like you got a slingshot that slingshot. So we had a walking stick am. I gonna walking stick. And it was that was that was one of the great moments of the trip. We're all in this gift. Shop players match getting his slingshot guys getting a few things here at head a few things. I know Stephen was there as well. And I pick up this walking stick, and I'm kind of kind of decide whether I wanna fight or not do I really want this walk sticker dot, then I came across Ronnie bell who said wow, walking stick. That's that's really cool. That's good. Okay. That that seals it. Now, I'm gonna get to walking stick. I got I got some confirmation from Ronnie bell. And then Romney Ronnie bell bought a walking stick to. So the two of us now for the rest of the trip both have walking sticks with the only two guys with walking sticks. Cain staffs, whatever you wanna call them. But we clink walking sticks like fist buffing along the way. That was that was that was a really really neat deal. Incredible hand-carved elephants service and Ronnie's is was an incredible. And there was a guy. Now, this is like a regular mall. There's Haagen-Dazs and Gucci and everything else in between and in front of this one shop this guy was basically stringing out coke cans and soda cans. And he was building making things like looking like a rhino or animals, and and motorcycles and all this coast oven. My wife actually bought a painted ostrich.

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Go to a camp and pay twenty-five thirty forty dollars to go to camp not have to travel to twenty different universities. I mean, it was it was an amazing wonderful thing of that's been ruled out. You don't remember me? But I worked at camp with you in Utah. You wouldn't have remember me we had no interaction. But I was at one of the Paula camps with the Michigan staff and Utah. I remember that. Camp. Very very well. But you don't remember. I don't remember we we didn't meet the only person I spoke to was Kris Bryant because I recruited him to pit at that time before that. And I saw what was going on we interacted so, but I actually worked one of those camps where you were at small world great camps. I mean, universities from all over the country would all come together. Working out though. Satellite camps. We pretty much abolished got band. So the the new rule is that it it can only be on the college campus and each school's only allowed to go ten to ten ten days worth of camps, and they don't allow them on high school campuses anymore. The high schools used to use to do very well. I mean, they would they would earn all the money. None of the holidays for a program. We don't have money. It was it was a good fundraiser every year for each free Thais school, but then the infant wisdom that was an only the coaches can go and the so off field staff can't analysts myself. We can't go anymore. I remember stink. We were in Pratt's Ville, Alabama. And I'm standing on the sideline we've been doing three of these day. I'm standing on the sideline Sedley coach at wants them to play. What did you call that game? We really yeah. Yeah. It was horrible. So it's a mixture of of football soccer. You're not kicking. You can kick. It. You can basically one team has tried to get the ball to the other end by any means necessary and the other teams. It was great though. Yeah. It was good. It was awesome. I'm standing on the sideline and I've been doing this now for a few days. I photographed just about anything and everything I can try to figure out a photograph. And as a photogr time where you're always thinking, what could I do that's gonna make an interesting new kind of photograph? And I just couldn't come up with any new ideas. And suddenly coach throws off his shirt jumps in improve on there or these two young players high school players from principal standing next to me. And I want said the other how would you not like to go play? I mean, I want to go play with that guy. Tell people it was shirts and skins. Then it was like why did you take your shirt off? It was shirt since I was on the skins that you say today the coach for the Seattle Seahawks p Carol Pete Carroll took his shirt off your shirt off. You took your shirt off. I mean, it was it was national news national news. He takes his we laugh. We hi fi. What a great. David. Thank you for your time tripping man in the world, David Turnley, gosh, really not gonna total honor to be a part of this program with coach Harbaugh and with coach Jack are ball. And thank you players. Thank you guys hashtag..

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Are lined up across an avenue and the students lined up in front of them about one hundred yards away. And every fifteen minutes, they would MO into the front line of the of the. Students in the frontline would go down. And I was in the second line of the students photographing this and the students would collect the bodies and run them back and by when sun sort of then rose at about seven thirty these millions of students finally realize it's over for now. And and that was the end of the student movement in nineteen eighty nine, and it's pretty interesting because I teach a lot of Chinese students in my classes, they don't know anything about that. It's just not talked about just kept out of the history. Yeah. But they was there when we. We met the pope as one of my favorite stories. One of my favorite stories of David's get a hand up there with the all time. Great move football move was by David Turnley when you and Sarah a jump in here at anytime. David you're waiting on the line with no guarantee that you're going to have any kind of exposure or dialogue with with the pulp, right? David was with you on your left on your left. The kind of helped us get up into the wider. No that great the part that. I love was David tell the story. The pope is moving down the line as we look to our left, you're on gyms left. Yeah. It was. It was really fun. I put on a nice suit because I figured I might have to do some some dipping and diving to get near couch, and is what I knew that they had come over with a helmet and a pair of shoes which I had been trying to provision is what could be the most interesting picture and that never occurred. And when somebody told me that you were bringing a helmet and shoes to give to the pub. I just there's no way I'm not going to try to get that picture. And so, nevertheless, it was it was a little delicate because there was a certain date Corum that I had to respect coach was being. So he and Sarah were led to wear the football players were all seated in front of this massive. You know group of human beings there to to witness. Able address. Yeah. The papal address. And then at the last minute, I saw some fancy people in suits lead coach and his wife Sarah to the front right along this podium where the pope would be. So that's where I knew I had to make my move. But at the same time, I didn't want to embarrass coach by getting some suddenly arrested. Really careful about that. And I stayed about fifteen people back, but somehow slipped through and they were led right up the corner..

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Bullets are whizzing by you know, the head of up David in this cameraman that are that's following David in this in this wartime. And it was it was amazing. It was amazing and just one quick story. So then David started doing the team and spring practice where about a weekend, we were scrimmaging and somebody broke a plant think it was debut on Smith broke one of the middle and he's running through the secondary. And he's about twenty five yards downfield. And then he's gotta make turn not to avoid a sack. But he had to make a jump cut to avoid David Turnley, who's la- laying. I'm the ground. On his stomach take pictures of this play developing Davey, voided of juke, Dev, I had to go over David. Now, I know used to bullets wizard by your head. We really don't want to. It's not so much worried about you getting hers. I I'd want to see a player shit her. I felt I felt fairly embarrassment. Picture was actually very good. It's been great. I mean, some of the the fans out there that want to know about David turn we need to find that peace. Get a hold of that piece, sixty minutes. But he tells it all it's gotta be on YouTube some on YouTube. You have got it before you before you finish. Or when you finish with this broadcast with this podcast goal. And look at that. And I'll guarantee you will have an it'll pop right up. Google Drive sixty. On the tweet of the podcast. But so amazing memories. David. We've been we've been everywhere. Total honor for me every day. Can't speak highly enough about the Harbaugh family feel like I'm with my own family. When I'm with the Harbaugh's we've had some highlights. Go back to the satellite days. Satellite camps. We did. I did fifty six. I don't know. How many David did it did? At least a lot of them, Lisa's many. And we were we were in Selma Alabama. I think that was my favorite we walked across.

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"My my third year my fourth year and point. But you want that on tape. Yeah. Your career. Yeah. I mean, the the coach wouldn't let me play then we're gonna say well when did you play? Did you played yourself more year, right or you played your freshman year? No. I didn't why you know, while I wasn't good enough or I was reluctant to neither one of those answers is going to be a good one. Well, I'm really looking forward to in our next segment to talk to David Turnley as we preview are South Africa. Chip coach I once about a year and a half ago. I was at a speaking engagement your dad spoke. I David Turnley spoke second I had to speak third. That was not a great spot to be do not follow Jack Harbaugh and David Turnley if you're trying to captivate a room because those guys can tell stories like nobody's business. And I I didn't like being in that position. I was like can I please? Lead off. So these guys can go after me. And then elevate I don't wanna follow them. What was your topic? It was a high state weeks while I was talking about being there for your team supporting the program and being excited about a highest week and things along that level. You know, the games that have come before. And any moment is going to rivalry flips that kind of thing how do how'd it go? Don't be modest. Did you did you knock their socks off? After the you have to ask your dad. I stick around for hours. He did I did. And what was humbled? Always humbled to be happy that you read verse because you didn't have to follow to get up and make that statement. How does a man possibly follow? I mean. I mean that was great. And then David Turley comes up and talks about his friend Nelson. Mandela? Okay. I'm toast. I know Sam Webb post after Nelson Mandela, we all have the same with David Turnley. The you're in the presence of greatness. Yes agree. And you just listened to him talk, and is experiences, and you think to yourself how is it possible that I'm in the same on in the same in the presence of this greatness? He is the most interesting man in the world. I mean these stories are so come out so casually like, oh, yes, I was filming in a war zone bullets or weapon pass my head. And it's just like comes out. So casual it's like, that's there's more to this story. I mean, that's not as real everyday situations. If somebody's looking for a speaker, they should they should hire. David Turnley, his presentations are amazing and come they come with photographs. They come with PowerPoint that made its anti he talks. So well, I would advise anybody looking for his guest speaker. Yeah, he's an anyone that can laugh after being shot at he's going to be in a war zone. He's gonna make. Greats. But he does a terrific job. Looking for to talk to him next year on tax day, the Harbaugh's podcasts every car comes.

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"turnley" Discussed on iMore

iMore

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on iMore

"Thank you very much. Thank you introduced anymore. You're. It's me Renee is waiting for a plane to be still. I'm sure I think that process takes two days if you're flying out of Canada. So we wish him well and wish him warm, but we are going to kick things off. There has been quite the kerfuffle quite the series of interesting things happening. Interesting way that were that. Yeah. Series of unfortunate events that have taken place. So let's go through this time line really quickly. Facebook along time ago made an app and it allowed. You was a VPN service that's virtual private network, and you downloaded this app, and it would essentially track everything users were doing on their device because once you get virtual private network access in sort of locks in your phone and can look at your browsing and everything that you're doing there that app was blown up across these sort of tech landscape. A lot of blogs wrote about it a lot of different sites wrote about it and said, hey, this is kinda gross thing. So Facebook ended up killing off that app. Well, turns out they were internally, but ex Turnley distributing a new version of this app that they were basically paying people to use this service that was kind of the same thing. And it was looking at how users use their devices all the apps, they everything you install custom certificate. Sits on your IRS device which gave Facebook access to everything within your phone Facebook alleged that it laid out all of the details that everything that was supposed to go down. And that everything all the information was out there. It also involves some young folks where they had to get parental consent. It's was a whole mess. It ended up because Facebook was using a certificate program which allows you to install apps internally on your company's devices. So your devices they were getting they were using that to install externally to let people use that that goes against Apple's terms of service. Apple shut them down. The certificates were shut down. Then we have Google who made an app the did something very similar and so Google turned around. And did the same thing to Google. Let's talk now that we laid out that whole landscape what is going on here. So. This TIMMY, this is we've been talking about privacy for longtime now. And I think what's happening is we were giving away our data. And we were compartmentalizing what we were giving away for example, Google tracks me because I use Google maps. Well, okay. So it knows my locations. It's it uses all that information. It knows where I go. That's compartment one. Right. And then, you know, Amazon knows the kinds of things that I like to buy and. Look at pretty dress on Amazon, and it will, you know show up in later. So Amazon is marketing to me that's compartment to what we're kind of starting to understand now that it's been a few years of all this sort of data collecting is that they're these companies are collecting massive amounts of data on us and making millions of dollars off of our data. And we're just giving it away without thinking about what's going on. I I have more details on the Facebook data collection because they've been putting out memos on what we do in. What what what it was four and things I don't have as much information on the Google's collection. But I'm sure they're very similar. But they say things like we told these people what we were doing. They gave us express permission to do these things. But I completely disagree that that that they knew I don't believe that people know what's being done with their data. And this is what's been going wrong. This whole time you can download a debt your data report from Facebook, and Amazon are actually Amazon have that. You can download your your data report from apple and Google and things like that in a look look at all the data on me that they're collecting. That's crazy..

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"turnley" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Exponent

"And just be super it's going on like, so basically they had dual programs going on. So they have the novel app through the app store, which which again, I think this is really important. I think has been missed and some of the discussion era. Oh, novel was not against the app store. Rules at the time that it was put in the app store. It would fact it was not against the rules up until June of two thousand eighteen when apple changed the rules. So it's not like they weren't breaking the rules for for the several years that they had a novel in the store, but they also had a so that's another. So then that to one side they had a parallel program, which is basically this same app for all intensive purposes called what was called the Facebook research program or something like that that it was the same out from a cold perspective. But to your point it was. Stalled using Facebook's developer certificate, and you've just back up the way that apps are walked down on the iphone is they are signed. Like, there's the imprinted with like a distinct signature and him to the app store signed by apple and then your phone has what's called a certificate on board, and it checks the signature against that certificate and say is this an authorized app, and if it is then yes it runs that certificate is stored that secure enclave on the chip. So it's like like it's walked down on there. And what a enterprise our ticket does is. It lets you add on your own additional certificate to the phone, which means whoever wrote that new certificate can sign apps themselves. So in this case Facebook can sign that app or any enterprise can get this agreement. They can sign up so in it's designed for internal use whether that be internal testing or whether it be sort of like wine, a business type apps like, for example, the Facebook apps that was impacted was like the the shuttle app to call the shuttle emphasis, that's that's what it was sort of intended for and what they. They did with this parallel app. Was they had users who signed up to this program installed that certificates and install basically the noble up but outside it was a separate app and because they had the certificate. Facebook was also sort of very aggressive in the permissions. They asked with extra tickets, not only do they get to see all traffic. They actually got decrimped a traffic because the certificate also was sort of a sign for for S L issues. HTTPS sorry where they could basically look in on traffic as well. So it was even more sort of far more data and intelligence than even though Nava app, which which could not look it on encrypted traffic because it didn't have that level permissions as no no app from the app store would have sorry. I didn't interrupt you. But I big super specific about the details. I think will will be important as we sort of dive into this Turnley agree. So effectively they took this mechanism that was meant to be used only for internal development and. The enterprise agreement that apple have is pretty clear that this exists. So that you can create line of business applications inside your business. Whether it's like, you have a retail operation, and you wanna create a special application, so you can give your employees devices, maybe an ipad or an iphone to go round and check stock or to check people out. Well, like you said like autos shuttle, maybe something to do with the cafe or something like that. And also to beta test apps that coming down the pipe before you generally release them because for example, Facebook, you don't wanna be releasing an update to the without having extensively tested it. Right. And it's different when you're at the scale Facebook, right like traditional developer account, only has like one hundred installed that it allows for testing. And then there's Apple's test flight program. But that requires submit apple for submission, and it's limited ten thousand. I don't know the numbers for Facebook..

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"turnley" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I remember the member the woman that I met on the hot chick. And I remember thinking like you were such an interesting intelligent complex, kind of wonderful human being. And then I haven't seen you in forever. And I hope that I've listened to the podcast. And I think it's a really interesting format to explored life and relationships and feelings and. Thank you. I never I feel. I remember feeling the same thing about you. We had I remember sitting on a sidewalk or something. And we had like a really interesting conversation about why don't know probably fucking graph service or something super interesting than. I was really grateful for your presence because you always felt very solid in the sort of world of insecurity. It was nice to have like a sense of stability. So thank you. Eric those really nice moment. Thank you. I know. And then I backed away from it because it's real tough for all of us to to what just happened, by the way, some things happen. We'll know because she she said she said, I love you. I love you back. And I said I haven't seen you in ten years, and then felt the need to explain like what that really meant to sleep like the koala. The you say we went from like, you're attacking Eric. Now, you're both are best friends and no love each other to either joking attacking to like didn't you explained defendant? I'm just happy that all of us are back together. Here's the truth. I'm just happy that all back into it. Here's the crazy thing about this business is that we are Turnley in summer camp. That's true. So when I'm sure you've had this conversation. On the podcast where you go off and do a movie for three months, and it is the best version of summer camp that you've ever had and you make these relationships that almost feel in retrospect in authentic because so much time has passed between when you didn't like I've done movies with people where for those three months. It was such a dynamic and explosive friendship or relationship. And then you lose people because we all you were a hundred hours a week and you've got a kid, and you've got a two month old. And so we lose track of what you talked about earlier is that we tend to paint our histories into just good or bad. And so it's tough to navigate relationships or how you felt about somebody that you haven't seen in six years. But you're right, though, that honest communication. Well, you're right about everything which is save very begrudgingly at this point worth. How don't you fucking do this shit to me? This is my puck in pot. Sorry. I know keep forgetting she's a she's the Princess from frozen. She's just got a whole new. Learn english. No, no. But I think that it's a it's also a gender idea. And this is my default. But the idea that terrified of the next job when you're getting older like I had that when I was young. I remember rob like coming out. I read with him for the joke, and my parents were waiting in the car, and I went down on the car, and he came out, and he was like just want to tell you that. I got the job that you got the job. Of course, he. But and I remember feeling happy. But also the pressure to feel more exhilerated I was excited. But I felt the that just and I think it's it's a little bit of socialization of female who's the idea few through sales. Yep. See it's there. Do you know what I'm saying? I do know what you're saying. But how do you deal is that idea like larger idea of being a woman in this industry? And like the idea that Eric made the assumption that you weren't going to be funny. Well at that point. I think it was twenty one or twenty two years old right something like that. And at that point. I was pretty new to the business only done one show. And then I had went in auditioned for this and got it and was so excited to be doing it. So I wasn't I came from a world the modeling world before that. And I hated it. So so so much in the way that you were treated that anything other than that felt like way better than being in the modeling world..

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"turnley" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"I get all these incredible insights that just compound themselves dafter day. And one of those lessons came today. Speaking with one of my clients that has made leaps and bounds and transformation in his life sky in the west coast is a father. He's a ex husband. He's a businessman. He's got a lot of things. I believe that he is very successful. But success to me is not tied just money. It's tied to how much he cares about his kids, and how focuses on being a father. Beside how he takes care of his body and what he puts in it. And what he doesn't put in it. It's side of the relationships that he has with his parents and the people around him, and then it's also tied to seeing him. Excel and climb the ladder inside the corporation. These a part of. And I see all this. But this week he struggling we all struggle. Any person that tells you that there are not struggling haven't had a bad day or haven't had a bad week? I believe either not tapped in true to their emotions or is just a unicorn Rex I'll go weeks without having quote, unquote, bad day. But there are moments of frustration pain tiredness misery that pop up from time to time any day. It's the awareness that they happen. And then the shift moved that we I personally go through to recalibrate myself to realize that those moments are present, and that I see them and that I feel them not I'm okay with them. Then kind of lose power right away. Propably this conversation and he's sharing with me the struggles he's got. And they happen to be with his ex right Amon, think your life. I know my life my exes. I don't see much of a need to communicate with him. But I would still venture to say that if I saw them they would throw hoffy at me. Pour water on my head turn the other way. Like, my my life is a pretty speckled. Mess. I've tested myself in a lot of different capacities. When it comes to relationships. And he sharing with me this client. What he's going through hell keep that private for him. And I. But as we work through it, and we re frame it. We find say what's true. And how he feels about what's true. And then what he wants to focus energy on the plan to go a chief that. It keeps coming to me. Right. I'm open to receive from the university from my client or from a higher power, whatever you wanna say. It's like many yet got a lean into him express. Like, I know he still holding onto things they're still old resentment there still old stories. They're still pieces and parts that haven't been shared outwardly that he's bottled up in Turnley. I know that's not a specific situation. That is only valid for him. Most of us have pieces and parts of our lives that we are not proud of that we wish we would have done differently. Maybe we didn't on our auto ourselves or honor those around us, and we keep them in. And I'm convinced of. One thing above all else. We all feel right? There's there's feelings that happen. Whether we want to admit it or not whether we own them or not there's a triggering event that feels like it happens in our head of like mad. I'm angry. I'm upset. I'm sad. I'm embarrassed there. Something. And we have two choices at that moment to do something about what comes into our head. We can have it's going to go down in like it's going to pass our mouths and go north stomach or it's gonna come out of our mouth. The majority of us have been taught to not have come out of our mouths. Right. We don't know how to find the power purpose and production. In those words. We just swallow them down. Overtime enough of those situation. Get swallowed that they almost boil up. You almost have to like word vomit them out. And that typically comes when you're drunk when you're under the influence of alcohol when you're super mad at somebody. Write these things come out. Really become overwhelming. It's on poking at him. And I'm asking him questions and wonder saying how much of what went on in your relationship with now your ex does she really know about how much have you owned? How much is there left to be said?.

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"turnley" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Okay. That's a meat grinder for up and coming fighters. The might be a little bit hard for you to keep up with. Okay there. There's some great gyms out there that act as training centers for fighters and also provide great civilian instruction. But. You don't wanna get thrown in there as a sparring dummy as basically a heavy bag with a pulse for some up and coming fighters and just end up getting hurt. That's not what you want. There's a few other options that are out there so traditional karate traditional martial arts traditional Kerr got up day coup. Absolutely have a place in martial arts. You know, we boohooed those for a while and Emma may because we weren't really seeing it. But we've noticed is the level of the game has come up that having those tools in your toolbox is very beneficial, especially when all other things become equal some of these some of these the more traditional martial arts moves come into play wonderboy shows this lot Anthony Pettus Turnley shows that shows that Conor McGregor has has demonstrated. Some of these moves, and and a lot of the other real high level guys have as well. So all of that has a place. There's a lot of things out there that work. There's no with a few exceptions very few things out there that you can go that the entire martial arts. Just crap. The way that it is tested might be complete crap. But, but there's very few things out there that you can point to there are some very few that you can point to and you go the whole thing is just absolute crap. It's it's it's just completely worthless. Krav Maga something get great lot of popularity and I have seen some Krav Maga practitioners. Who are absolutely amazing that that I have no doubt can back up everything that they're training says that they can do and there's some great schools out there in the Austin area. Of course, we have lions Krav Maga that's run by the friars. They do great stuff there. They believe involving it as it goes and reacting to what works, and what doesn't they're very welcoming to students. It's a great place to set. I know the students go there just absolutely love it. But like any place, there's some good ones. And there's some bad ones, you know. And I had a bad experience with a with a taekwondo place in my younger days. They're probably some great ones out there that were, you know, teaching it properly teaching you to do it with power teaching you how to do it. So you could use it in a real fashion that just wasn't what I was exposed to. I I'm going to tell you the truth. I don't know. I haven't cracked the code on how to differentiate the real hardcore good cross places from the mkx DOJ. Oh, cross places. There's both out there. I know there's one near me that's considered more a little bit more of mcdonagh Krav place. And what I would say to that is kind of along the same lines of what I said about him imagines is when you see a place that started out as a. Whatever karate place or a whatever family martial arts place. And I'm gonna talk more about that term later. And then they threw some cross classes in there. That's somebody who probably was a high level belt in something else. And then went and took some Krav. And now they're bringing that back into their Jim for the marketing aspect of it because it as it's become a little bit more popularized. There's money in doing that. And remember a lot of people running these schools. I mean, let's be honest businesses. So they have to put people in that class. And if nobody was interested in taking whatever it was, you know, shall in wing Chun Shota con shui, ru whatever it was. But when crop became the flavor of the week, they saw buck to be made..

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"turnley" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"And that's that they're repeat that you are providing for them in a couple of fun fact zome I'm curious I often hear that the percentage is much higher of men than women. Is that true of narcissist? You know, I think a lot of women are misdiagnosed as borderline when it really narcissistic because what happens is when you have trauma mixed in with narcissism. It looks like waterline. Okay. And once you heal the difference between the two is once you heal trauma in somebody that is supposedly a borderline they now, they look narcissistic. Borderlines trauma doesn't get healed the same way. Like, it's it's very difficult to heal their trauma because they keep reliving it over and over again. But in our Cest can heal their trauma. And but now he's the nurses is in that pops up. So I I actually think the only reason why we have discrepancy is because of those more history of abuse with women on than there is with men at just. Sam point, and that's the discrepancy there. Okay. And then the other one I'm always fascinated by is an someone who will never apologize. Do you run into that? I mean, if you feel like that's one of the big common traits that adds one of the big common traits. They never apologize show. No remorse for any actions that they've done easily take advantage of other people without a care hot, you know, even so much out impacts else. Yes. That it's one of the big trades. I've actually had couples in where the wife may say he literally is never apologize. He won't apologize. And every now and again like, okay. Let's let's let's let's dig in here. You know is this true? Right. And then you watch the person just kinda go flat, and they don't want to answer and they're going to dig in their heels. And and I think in Turnley or have you what are they saying? Are they saying why should I apologize never wrong? Or you know, I mean is that what's going on? Yeah. There's a whole host of things in understand that that unwillingness to apologize also goes along with. The obsessive compulsive personality disorder. Interestingly enough, you would think that sociopaths has that way. But there in the exact opposite. They're very easy to apologize. Very quick to apologize. They wanna they wanna manipulate you even more on they have long since bound out that you can apologize and people believe you in you know, you can continue your manipulation. And so that's like that's like they learned that when they're little tiny children live like baby sociopath for them. But so you have other personality disorders that also have difficulty time apologizing in the reason for that is it's an exposure of themselves..

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"turnley" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"You talk on that a little bit because I know that's a car. Thing that overwhelmed parents thing. Honestly, I think sometimes that reaction is based in here for parents. You know, I think parents, any teachers get really concerned that if I let this kid act this way, they're going to be kind of the monsters or they're not like we were just talking about, they're not going to be able to function in the dull hood. And the reality is we're not saying do nothing because do nothing really bad. If your kid is giving you visible signs that they're distressed by acting out or withdrawing in their room or seeming different ignoring that is probably the worst thing you can do. But when we get kids help or connect them to resources and help them understand what's happening, then they have a chance to move through the periods and a healthy way that actually will carry on into adulthood. If you've a teenager. Who is Princeton giving really snappy responses to their parents or refusing to do homework or locked up in the room all day. And if we were to just ignore that and said, hey, that's typical teenage behavior. We might have a team who might devout of really scary mental illness, you know, that could get into more serious type of depression. If we go and meet them with punishment, we're going to give them the message that you know not only are you depressed, but now you're gonna get punished for your depression. Right? And we don't wanna make them feel worse. So if we take them into some type of mental health professional, they can help make sense of what's happening in this world where I honestly don't think a lot of kids and teens understand what's going on in Turnley. And so what happens I think in bear is, you know, we help them make sense. Oh, you've been feeling like not being around people for a while. You haven't been feeling like doing what you normally would want it to. Gosh, sounds so hard. Right? We can just sit with them. We. Can validate empathize, bring compassion to it, and then we can help them move on in a way that I think can be really hard for parents because of that fear factor because of the motion. You know, you have a different involvement of parents and you do that there. 'cause I think another point there is that because usually when it comes to this point, you know, parents are frustrated. They are feeling overwhelmed by their their children's behavior, so they are not particularly in a position where they can probe and ask these kinds of questions that may be otherwise they would. We know that fair blocks and the and so if apparent is stealing particularly overwhelmed, it definitely is going to be hard for them to slow down and say, hey, tell me how you're doing because there's so much lighting up in the parents brain that makes it difficult for them to be respected. And so that is there is a lot of research to show that we can't be unhappy when we're feeling particularly overwhelmed and so it, you know, it's a plug for. If oftentimes for me, I support the parents and my family therapy, but I do think in your own support is helpful during period because it it's really painful. I think as a parent, we're getting close to the end of the show, and I wanted to ask you what message you would have for parents specifically with regard to watching out for the kind of behaviors that could indicate something more than just kids being kids the ticketing about depression and teenage behavior is it looks pretty similar points. There can be increased isolation, increased Muna, decreased one to do. They typically want to do, but you know, it reality is, is that Inada leci- we wanna see more social engagement if your teenagers in their rooms hours upon hours, not ever coming out, you know, that's concerning. If you see that their behaviors are drastically shifting where. They used to enjoy going out and hang out with friends or playing sports or even being around the family. That's something to know..

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"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"turnley" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And tie for those that don't know is the awesome video guy in the building that's basically how i describe you is that a fair enough title works for me yes that's how we wanted to describe them because his your work is terrific it's known by the fans the fans want to see what's coming out as often as possible and enjoying the work that you do but recently tie was nominated for during the fortieth emmy nominations from the national academy of television arts and sciences in the state of michigan one of six nominees in these sports feature segment category and you brought home the trophy literally brought home the trophy gradulate stay much appreciate that we should mention he beat out amongst others click all detroit dot com which is channel four fox sports detroit michigan state so you take some honors against the rivalry from up the road as well that's only one piece that you do take us through what what it is that you do on us so the fans that may not know specifically to take us through what your responsibilities are the videos you put together absolutely so my official title it'd be multimedia coordinator been here for one year a little bit over one year now got brought in to help with the video on the digital side social media slash recruiting to bring a presence to help sell and show our program to future prospects recruits alike so it's an also that goes hand in hand with the fan base as well so obviously filming editing a little bit photography here and there but mainly i would say video production as far as film editing putting stuff together so that's that's what i do from day to day basis got a pulitzer prize winner and right turnley now emmy winner and tie rogers and tie also who's part of the family before he was part of the family worked for tom cree at indiana in the basketball program jack harbaugh had a big big hand in recommending you say did for the position can you remember remember down in the office one day and you were sitting there grinding away and i walked by your desk and we had a conversation i do remember that yeah it was i think it was a graphic design at the time so it wasn't doing video then was actually doing stuff what aaron bills does here for coach green in indiana basketball that's all i did there so i remember just my head was down the computer i was working away and i think you might have tapped me on the shoulder sound we started talking and it was i think thirty minutes might have went by and connected me with air and bills who i had known via twitter and stuff like that he did fantastic work so i knew the name of never met or spoke with him before and you connected me with him and here i am today so it was the beginning of for me we've gone through being all these years in coaching we we saw here at michigan where they had no strength coach and now what we do in strength development and i saw what you were doing and aaron was doing in this graphic design and i thought to myself wow i could just imagine no where this could go in and what it could do as far as recruiting and fan base and those types of things and i was fascinated with it had talked air and a couple of times and then i was able to plug in with you he's a fantastic so as it was ironic because the time i'd like looked up to him because he's been doing graphic design forever and he was like vegan guy the best in the business that i had no enough so i was trying to get to as level as far as recruiting design social media and stuff but yeah and now i'm doing not that at all which is crazy and i'm now doing video and photography so it's it's been a complete one eighty transition i mean you're into graphics and that's where you're headed and all at once your path changes how does how does that happen i don't really know exactly how it change i just know that as i was designing and i want to say it was indiana or more so when i got the job at duke basketball after indiana when i went to work for coach k and that same i.

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