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"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:07 min | Last week

"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"And so dr creko and susan actually drive down to the white house to protest that dad and the husband is still stuck in hungary. Oh i had breast two more but it was not mailing meant and out but actually they after the operation. My husband get notification that he has to go to hungry to pick up the green card and so he were not eligible to return so he was stuck in hungary. And i was here with suzanne. She was playing tenor phone. And then we went to protest against my husband. Couldn't come back and we went to the white house in front of the white house. We had to ask permission and everything and then she played in front of the white house or careers seems to be on the verge of breaking to. What does she do in the lab. How does she approach her. Life's work as it is now at risk in a real way. This is the amazing part of dr creko. That when you hear these stories it gives you the goosebumps because what she does she just carries on. I don't know if she would be in the same position. She is in right now of having marin a. b. platform if she hadn't been demoted because then there's like all right haven known cares about my title. I'm just gonna do what i wanna do. Then spending twelve fifteen twenty hours a day in the lab because she's convinced she's correct so it feels important to point out that this is the mid nineties. It is not the easiest time to be a woman scientist. It's not the easiest time to be an immigrant. And how difficult was this. All for the family to navigate they again amazingly a talk about how hard it was but in such a matter of fact way that this this is part of the journey. This part of the process. Is's america in the nineties. And i'm a woman and i'm an immigrant and you know i'm not even getting recognized on some of the research that they're putting four. They actually applied for a patent for what they had discovered with. Synthetic ima- a and dr creek wasn't listed on the top of that. She actually had to bring it up and say hey i should get top billing on. This is pretty tough. My mom would have these great discoveries and she'd be so excited and then there'd be a little bit of bureaucracy or someone who had put her down on. When i went to a confidence sexual ian gave a lecture about the modified any and after the lecture and other female scientists. Who is your supervisor. And i said do i need one so in the background while all of this is happening is young susan. The teddy bear carrying daughter of dr creek. Oh who is now growing up and growing up very literally. I mean she becomes six to in high school and she's trying to figure out what she's gonna do with her life. How was sports for susan as you started out when you look at susan at six to in high school and you see her. She's strong. I'm thinking she has crushing it in high school. And so you can smell a former jockey. You're like we are you clearly at. Oh my god this body. That is this gift and she. She goes no not so much. I want a lot of most improved and most spirited trophies. That was the big joke in the family as you got a lot of most spirited trophy susan well-done what was dr corrego like as a sports parent like on the sidelines. Dr corrego according to susan was very intense and to the point where now bell is back of course from hungary he's gotten all his visa issues resolves and the when they would show up at games. Dr creko would start screaming and hungarian. Well she would just yelling so loud vic in hungary and it was really great. Our coach who had no idea what was going on like. Hey i don't know what she's saying and then after a while actually bent her from coming to my game said no we can come to the games and they laugh about it. Of course now all right coming up. Susan breaks through as an athlete. And dr corrego gets her breakthrough in the left with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts banking with capital. 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I'm tall and why not give it a try so susan actually begins rowing her sophomore year at upn and by the time she's a senior she's an all american pablo so she is finally discovering her athletic potential and by two thousand five when she's twenty three she gets invited to row with the us national team coverage not closing. In fact as i say the americans just push a gain and they are gonna take this by the best part of three quarters of a length and the usa come home to take. The women's aches gold medal. Guns to america. Once i graduated from penn my parents were like all right. You got that great job. And i was like yeah. I got the offer but actually look out for the us olympic team. They're like most spirited. Are you sure your out to the olympics. So a they let me go. And then after i made the team and then kept making the team then they were like all right great hall in. Let's do this. And they were supportive through that whole olympic journey so her daughter is now. One of the best roars in the united states. Use a member of the national team and meanwhile in two thousand and five now. Dr kriko finally has a breakthrough in the lab with her research partner. Dr drew wiseman. What is the breakthrough in question. So as you can recall. Pablo the real issue with synthetic ima- rene was the body was rejecting it. Finally in two thousand five. Dr weizmann dr creek. Oh discovered that if you added a molecule to.

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"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"And so dr kriko and susan drive down to the white house to protest. That dad and the husband is still stuck in hungary. Oh i had Two more but it was not malignant. Turn out but actually day of the operation. My husband get notification that he has to go to hungry to pick pick up the green card and so he were not eligible to return so he was stuck in hungary. And i was here with suzanne. She was playing tenor saxophone. And then we went to protest against my husband comeback and we went to the white house in front of the white house. We had to ask permission and everything and then she played in front of the white house or career seems to be on the verge of breaking to. What does she do in the lab. How does she approach her. Life's work as it is now at risk in a real way. This is the amazing part of dr kriko. That when you hear these stories that gives you the goosebumps. Because what she does is she just carries on. I don't know if she would be in the same position. She is in right now of having a a a platform if she hadn't been demoted because then it's like all right. Hey then no one cares about my title. I'm just gonna do what i wanna do. Spending you know twelve fifteen twenty hours a day in the lab. Because she's convinced she's correct so it feels important to point out that this is the mid ninety s it is not the easiest time to be a woman. Scientists is not easy time to be an immigrant. And how difficult was this. All for the family to navigate in again amazingly talk about how hard it was but in such a matter of fact way that this is this is part of the journey this part of the process. This is you know. America in the nineties. And i'm a woman i'm i'm an immigrant and you know i'm not even getting recognized on some of the research that they're putting four. They actually applied for a patent for what they had discovered with. Synthetic ima- rene and dr kriko wasn't listed on the top of that. She actually had to bring it up and say hey. I should get top billing on this. It was pretty tough. My mom would have these great discoveries and she'd be so excited and then there'd be a little bit of bureaucracy or someone who would put her down and when i went to a conference sexually and gave a lecture about the modified on any of the lecture and other fema scientists. Ask me that. Who is your supervisor. And i said do i need one so in the background while all of this is happening is young susan. The teddy bear carrying daughter of dr career go who is now growing up and growing up very literally mean she becomes six to in high school and she's trying to figure out what she's going to do with her life. How was sports for susan as you started out when you look at susan at six to in high school and you see her. She's strong. I'm thinking she has crushing it in high school. And so you can smell a former jockey. Julia like clearly you clearly. Oh my god look at this body. That is this gift and she. She goes Not so much. I want a lot of most improved and most spirited trophies. That was the big joke in the family as you got a lot of most spirited trophy susan well-done dr career like a sports parent like on the sidelines. Dr according to susan was very intense and to the point where now bell is back of course from hungry. He's gotten all. This visa is resolved and the when they would show up games. Dr creko would start screaming in hungarian as well. She would just yelling so loud in hungary and it was really great. Our coach who had no idea what was going on like. I don't know what she's saying. And then after a while. I actually bent her from coming to my game. I said no dad can come to the games and they laugh about it. Of course now. Coming up susan breaks through as an athlete and korea gets her breakthrough in the lab. Goodyear knows when the season starts heating up so the possibilities play off. Hopefuls are beginning to emerge and contenders are solidifying their position from here on out every game as a chance to create momentum to make the right the right move to hit the perfect shot it takes momentum to build up to the moment but it takes everything to capture it. Goodyear more driven. So now we're in year. Two thousand julia and dr rico is still toiling away in her lab and susan is now at the university of pennsylvania herself as a student not an athlete but just like a normal normal student. Well as fate would have it. There is a flyer going around. Campus recruiting rowers. And she's thinking well. I'm tall and why not give it a try so susan actually begins rowing her sophomore year at upn and by the time. She's a senior. She's an all-american pablo so she is finally discovering her athletic potential and by two thousand five when she's twenty three she gets invited to row with the us national team closing. In fact. as. I say that the americans just push the gain and they are gonna take this by the best part of three quarters of elect the usa. Come home to take. The women's aches. The gold medal goes to america. Once i graduated from penn. My parents were like all right. You got that great job. And i was like yeah. I got the job offer but actually try out for the. Us olympic team. They're like most spirited. Are you sure you try out the olympics. So the they let me go. And then after i made the team and then kept making the team then they were like all right great all in. Let's do this. And they were supportive through that whole olympic journey so her daughter is now one of the best rowers in the united states. Use a member of the national tv. Ed meanwhile in two thousand and five now dr creek. Oh finally has a breakthrough in the lab with her research partner. Dr drew wiseman. What is the breakthrough in question. So as you can recall pablo the real issue with synthetic emma was the body was rejecting it finally in two thousand and five. Dr weisman dr creek. Oh discovered that if you added a molecule to.

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"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Entrepreneurship innovation music art. Love creation, positively whatever that is like that is within us. And that's what I tapped into out there, which is the most special thing for me to come back and be able to share is that resonant, positively in the power that we all have within us. It's crazy, man. What was the things you were saying yourself the final twelve fifteen twenty hours? Like, are you saying the mantra over and over or you white space, and your mind, are you having a conversation with yourself was kind of random what was cool about that really deeper flow was I said the clarity. And so it was actually two things happen one. The passage of time started to feel different, you know, thirty two hours. I mean, if I told you to sit here at your desk, three judge like, bro. It's like come on like where we climbed twenty. I know twenty nine for thirty five hours. It's a long time to do something like that. And I'm just staring at this compass. I mean, there's. There's literally staring at a compass endless white space. You're looking on accomplished the whole time pretty much because because very hard to you can't even really see the the distance in front of you, especially when it's white out and these blizzard conditions. I'm just staring at something. So here's blank 'cause you're always blowing it around your waist or you're going around your shoulders. I've got a compass strapped to my chest. And I'm staring down. And it's white on white. And sometimes yes skiing, but like with skins about. So it's not like people think skiing is basically like glorified snow shoe. So it's got skins on the bottom just to give you grip as soon not Dc digging into the deep snow so anyways a sled, but yet in that flow state. I'm I'm thinking about what actually happened in the last fifteen or twenty hours, and this was really cool is that I've realized that all the memories we had. So I said, hey, Louis time about your high school graduation. You probably have memory pops in your mind right now like you've got an image of that day. But then we're going to keep talking and we're going to talk about other things you'll get distracted. But in that quiet space in that flow. Spit state the memories in my mind, even if the mundane became so rich. And so I start thinking about all the points in my life. But I'm a five year old kid on a swimming pool. Deck with my mom encouraging me to dive in for my first swim race. But I'm not there for a flash. Instant my mind, I'm there, and I can feel the wind blowing. I can see my mom on the other side holding a red towel, and I can see into my sister who's going to race in the race behind me. And all this or I started going back to drive into school with my sister K own actually, and we did that every single day to high school for years and years and years, we're siblings. Sometimes we could talk someone's listening to music someone who's winning? I actually could start to remember full sequences of ten fifteen minute. These drives over and over and over again. So in this flow state, I was almost in this lucid dream state right discovered. That the memories everything we've been through even those memories, you think like that's not a part of me. I've let that go or that's not there like they are there and enrich detail. And so in this flow state, I'm actually remembering all of the things that happened to me through my life to lead up to this moment, the kidney swimming pool the twenty two year old that got. Severely burned in a fire in Thailand was told I would never walk again spent three months in the hospital, my mom's recovery, helping me recover through that..

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"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"twelve fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Upgrade

"Need to buy one product and that might lost you in any situation you wanna be in like ona's zoom and we own i own one stephen owns one as well because if i'm traveling anywhere to anytime for show it's ways recorded on the zoom because i know the zoom is gonna get it right every single time those things are amazing laptop running software that's recording all that the software could record wrong the inputs could be wrong when you when you have a dedicated recorder all of the fear really goes away as long as it's got power or battery it just it's it's not a problem and the only thing is i i will say it is a little bit weird in that like when you plug it in to use inefficient kinda you still have to turn it on and say please put this in usb audio mode and all of that so it's more fiddly than a regular up every time but it is super versatile the h six again is one of those things that like i bought h four which is which is a lot cheaper it's two hundred and i really liked it and then i realized i was doing podcast with six people or more and that they made one that i could record six microphones and i bought more microphones eight six i sold off the h four because the six is about three hundred and fifty bucks it's not cheap but it is so versatile and if you ever expect to leave your room and record podcasts out in the world or go on trips and talk to people like it is it it is a spectacular piece of technology and i remember i was telling stephen hackett this not too long ago i remember the first contact flash based recorded that we got it macworld it took like i want to say i don't think it was maybe it was four double as for w batteries and you could record for about forty minutes and then the batteries were dead and the compact flash card could hold you know a couple of hours and that was it today with these recorders if you put four aa batteries in these things they'll go for like twelve fifteen twenty hours i don't know it's a long time a very long time and and those st cards will hold days of audio so you can literally just keep recording things and never erase it and it would be a long time before the card filled up so it's pretty amazing how the tech has advanced on audio recording stuff and it's it's worth keeping in mind especially if you're not if you're not recording podcasts on skype but you're just doing things in person with people you don't even need a computer setup then you need microphones and a recorder and do it that way all right let's quickly bless her to software because i feel like i have less to say on the south shore because it's too complicated to get into in detail we both use logic pro ten for our editing i think we have both used garish bond garage band that's what you should start with but guess with something point dealing with lots of tracks you've got lots of the clips that you want to put in that you need something that has a bit more versatility a little bit more reliability and that's when logic steps in but there is a huge learning co for logic i recommend finding a company that is a close on it and taking a look at those closes to try and help understand how to use it because it is difficult because it's not made for podcasting it's made for music so you kind of have to bend it to your willa little bit but it is great we both use audio hijack from rogue amoeba as a way to record our audio coming in right now.

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