35 Burst results for "Twelve Week"

"twelve week" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:25 min | 6 d ago

"twelve week" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Activates the motor sensors of the hand that then activate the brain and only when you match it with certain sounds This specific one hits eighty four different acupressure points on the roof of your mouth. So they've been able to go back and research all of this and notice they can pinpoint all the different points on the top of your mouth. Just by saying the sounds and those acupressure points against awakening the brain signaling the brain to wake up and to change and Basically a did a twelve week study and so from beginning to end you can see. There's all these holes or dimples and dimples in the brain are where the lack of brain function the cognitive functions behind And then after it completely levels out the holes are not there anymore and he symmetrical here completely levels out as well and this middle part. Just like your patou terry. Your pioneer glenn is what we re why we managed to gain consciousness alertness focus and not wasn't really there and then completely crystallized so it is so dad. Visuals is amazing. So i'll go and teach corporate. I do a lot of corporate wellness now and just people that maybe were like. Oh what is wallows spiritual staff. And i'm like will actually like here's a scan of your brain. Actually here's a bunch of diagrams and brain. Scans show the blood flow so when we do. Yoga are had is below. Her hips thighs bringing blood flow to the brain which is helping but literally. Just sit in. Meditation and bring blood flow to the brain is amazing Working and and we did different studies with for example depression. We noticed by sixty three percent decline and depression. Is this the same mantra that you're talking about for reversing member. Yeah all the same one. So that's been really helpful because not only. Are we working on reversing memory loss but we're working on depression working on anxiety They notice that people go for sleep. Go way faster into debrum sleep and you wake up. Feeling way more energized. How long does this meditation take..

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UK to impose tougher restrictions on millions of people as Covid cases soar

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:37 min | 2 weeks ago

UK to impose tougher restrictions on millions of people as Covid cases soar

"The last day of the year and really britain has been dominated by just two stories for the entire year so as we look back at twenty twenty world it's just covert and brexit. Isn't i'm afraid. Yes i mean. It's interesting just thinking back to the this time last year where we would just about vaguely have heard about this. A strange illness somewhere in china but we would probably had still been talking about brexit. So yes those two stories have come to dominate and particularly the news headlines on the last day of the year they have sort of the interesting thing is looking at how the papers tackled us. And the varying degrees of optimism or pessimism. You've just been hearing some sort of a bit of optimism and some papers are going very pessimistic. Some furry optimistic spe daily mail which has done is to giant leaps to freedom which is referring to the vaccine and the signature of the the brexit trade. Deal but let's look at say the times for instance so their headline talks about freedom by easter boris johnson promises and not is talking about the approval of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. And saying that this according to the times could mean that in a by east by the beginning of april lots of people within the uk will have been vaccinated and talking about also the interesting shift in strategy. So that they're saying they're going to be now giving as many people as possible The first vaccination and delaying the second dose of that vaccination because of new research on how effectively these vaccines were and when it's best to give people the vaccination so that's generally slightly more optimistic view although he he's saying by eastern so is the ties with the time. Has its own interactive tool. When will i get the covid vaccine and you can put in various things like age and health history. When i did it. I'm not going to be vaccinated until late summer. I mean so. How is it going to be over by. I think i suppose the idea. Is that enough. People will be vaccinated and in the hope that the cases will have declined by then enough for these restrictions to be lifted. An awful life to get sort of back to normal but let's bear in mind. Let's take this with a pinch of salt in a. We were told that by boris johnson. That it would all be over in in twelve weeks that it would be over by the summer that it will be over by christmas and now it will be by eastern. So this thing does keep shifting back and bax tehran's suggesting i used to just prime ministers less than truthful. Vote for me to say that he he says slightly different things going to whatever people speaking to him though. I think that's ready. Obviously obviously wants to be optimistic but this has not been a year when as been easy. So i mean if we don't see the financial times so you know they have a much more grim images this and then they are not making this up. They're taking quotes from jonathan. Tam he's england's chief. Deputy medical deputy chief medical officer who is a of with quite turn of phrase often an interesting way with metaphors and see the he has said that the uk is in a very dangerous situation in its battle against coronavirus facing grim and depressing picture of rising infections and deaths and pointing out that Fifty thousand new cases have been recorded yesterday and nine hundred eighty. One kuroda virus related deaths. But again saying that there. Is this optimism about the vaccine but again questions about quite how many doses you can get an how quickly So the hoping that there will be millions of Oxford vaccine doses available next month in the vaccination program will be able to speed up but also pointing out that at the same time You know millions of people in the uk will wake up today in a higher tier restrictions than they were yesterday and starting the new year. That's an old say The schools will be going back As had been expected in the beginning picking of next week and this is also a story. that's The guardian is picking up talking about schools. Chaos and the daily telegraph saying is a race to roll out this vaccine in order to avoid a third to national lockdown. So there you know they are. Johnson says there's light at the end of the tunnel. The tunnel has been shortened. And we're moving faster through. Its pick one of those You know we are. We are not through

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Greatest Concern (MM #3554)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Greatest Concern (MM #3554)

"With kevin mason the first pfizer corona virus. Vaccines have left michigan. That are being transported across the us by fedex and ups. People are excited. We're finally getting closer to the end of covid nineteen and you're like many people. I've been nervous. I've been worried. I've lost friends. I've lost acquaintances. I've had friends who've been in the hospital in the icu on ventilators and well lived to tell about it and what they've told us not pretty and now it looks like we're finally going to start talking about what has always been my greatest concern and that's the long term health issues because of covid nineteen things like heart issues. Things like long issues things like what it's doing to your health from the hereafter sure. It's one thing if you can survive kobe. Nineteen it could be a horrible six eight twelve weeks whatever it is but you survive it and you move on but have you really moved on. That's the one thing doctors can't tell us yet because only time can tell us that and of course it's different for everyone. It's very scary to think. The greatest concerns right now haven't even been addressed.

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Greatest Concern (MM #3554)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Greatest Concern (MM #3554)

"With kevin mason the first pfizer corona virus. Vaccines have left michigan. That are being transported across the us by fedex and ups. People are excited. We're finally getting closer to the end of covid nineteen and you're like many people. I've been nervous. I've been worried. I've lost friends. I've lost acquaintances. I've had friends who've been in the hospital in the icu on ventilators and well lived to tell about it and what they've told us not pretty and now it looks like we're finally going to start talking about what has always been my greatest concern and that's the long term health issues because of covid nineteen things like heart issues. Things like long issues things like what it's doing to your health from the hereafter sure. It's one thing if you can survive kobe. Nineteen it could be a horrible six eight twelve weeks whatever it is but you survive it and you move on but have you really moved on. That's the one thing doctors can't tell us yet because only time can tell us that and of course it's different for everyone. It's very scary to think. The greatest concerns right now haven't even been addressed.

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Finding the Best Cell for the Job

The Bio Report

06:40 min | 2 months ago

Finding the Best Cell for the Job

"Eric thanks for joining us. Thanks so much that we daddy very nice to be on. Today we're gonna talk about berkeley heights. Your digital cell biology platform and its potential to impact finally therapeutic development and manufacturing but agricultural and industrial applications of biotechnology. Let's start with some terminology. Berkeley lights calls itself a digital cell biology company. I'm sure liz familiar with each of those words but maybe not put together in that way. What is a digital cell biology company. Yeah i mean so for for the listeners who are lights reposition ourselves as leading digital biology company. What it means dante's we're we're really focused on accelerating the rapid development and commercialization of bio therapeutics and other selves products. And and. so we do that because we really we. We've envisioned future. Where you know cells are skew volt steinway to manufacture the product. We need to live a long healthy life and and we also understand that. There's big challenges in making salvage products in a big challenge. Today is is that you really have to understand an assess how the cells performa hey In other words you functionally characterize many single cells at scale to find the single-cell that makes the product you need and so what we do at berkeley heights is. Is you know we we record. You know that that kind of qualitative information from these functional asked the cells we translate that into digital information and so this is the digital information which is associated with the digital sell vilocci component right. This is the digital information that our customers used to select the cells. And so you know. We provide this huge data cube of information to our customers and and that is why we are a digital biology company. I think for the purposes of this discussion people need to think a bit differently about cells than they might otherwise. You're not looking at sells for the role. They play in a living organism but as factories that have the potential for producing a desired end product. What our cells in this context we believe these cells are are these little factories like you describe in an inside of these sales there there. There are millions of things happening at any given instant them you know you have you have of course transcription from a Into ornate translation into different proteins. All covered by you know these crazy maddock reactions that allow these chemical reactions to have an at temperatures that are that are unforeseen and read sit around for seen outside of these little factories. And so you know these cells birthrights can be just about anything. It's actually one of the one of the wonderful things about our platform is we can handle wide variety of of different cells on the platform and so although our major workflows are in selig development where we used cells like Chinese hamster ovaries sales chose cells or in antibi- discovery where we either take plasma v cells and these can be from unionized. These be from humans can be from any host of of animals. It's been immunized or has been to disease and recovered so this is the fbi cells and antibody discovery. We have t. Cells that we pull on the device from for self therapy development workflows in synthetic biology can be bacteria yeast Different fungi A huge host of different organisms can be can be operated on the brake lights platform. So you know it's it's it's pretty exciting tasks be able to operate across central. Why a wide variety of of biological organisms one of the challenges of developing cell based products. Is that it requires living and functionally validated cells. Berkeley said adding methods to characterize cell functionality are insufficient and come too late in the process. Can you explain yes so for example of when you think about Let's let's take an example like antibody discovery in antibody discovery. It's it's not uncommon for you know the former customers or or or biotech companies to have is animals. And and so you know you take a blood sample from these immunize animals and you find that. Animal is has positive. There are antibodies in that animal. Which are specific to a therapeutic for a particular disease. And so you know one of the ways that that the most common way of a finding or discovering the b. cells which produce antibody which by the way have the code so that we can manufacture therapeutic. You have to find that. Sell one of the ways that they do it is. Is this process cold hybridoma. And so i in the hybridoma process you. You sacrificed animal. You grab the spun decides you then fuse them with his cancer cells myeloma cells in and you create this kind of frank inside cell which is all hybrid home now the functional characterization that process doesn't happen for eight to twelve weeks and so your way down your way way down the process and by the way in that first fusion process that i mentioned you lose a a very large amount of the genetic diversity in that process. So you're way way down the time line you don't know whether you do have a functionally a functionally diverse set of of anti pd. Candidates are not if you contrast that to the lights workflows. You know we do. Is we take the cells. Positives be cells directly from that animal and we put them on the system and within eight hours. I you know whether you do or do not have invaded therapeutic candidates and so we're able to perform this level of characterization very rapidly and it's not just it's not just you know isn't engine specific you know we. We also have the ability to measure cross species reactivity competitive binding essays and these are all kind of india isotopes. These are all kind of bread butter things but will we recently released. One of the workflows we recently released was our are viral news. Ation workflow in which we showcase day in the app note functional blocking acid so we can actually put either reporter cells or or proteins bound to feeds into the nfl with a cell that secreting antibody and show that you know that there is a blocking That blocking performer. If this is done with live cells you can actually see the the function on the live cells that the antibody blocks the interaction. So that's it for us. That's pretty exciting.

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Gratitude to Improve Your Mental Health

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:12 min | 2 months ago

Gratitude to Improve Your Mental Health

"Many studies on gratitude have shown that it's one of the best ways to feel happier and more joyful. Most of these studies have been done on people who are already. Pretty happy. Pretty peaceful people. But I came across some research that shows that people who struggle in particular with depression. Sadness. And anxiety. Can improve their mental health significantly by focusing on one factor. Gratitude. This is from an article by Greater Good Dot Berkeley Dot Edu. And it's called out gratitude challenges, you and your brain. New Research is starting to explore how gratitude works to improve our mental health by Joshua Brown and Joel Wong. So this study was conducted on a group of students again, three hundred of them. who were at a university who are seeking mental health counseling at the university. And they recruited these participants just before they began their first session of counselling. They found that. The majority of people who were seeking counseling at this university struggled with issues of depression and anxiety. So they randomly assign them to three groups. All three groups. Received Counseling Services. The first group was also instructed to write one letter of gratitude to another person each week for three weeks. The second group was instructed to write about their deepest thoughts and feelings about negative experiences. The third group? was required to do any writing activity. What they found was that the students who? wrote letters of gratitude reported significantly better mental health four weeks twelve weeks after their writing exercise ended. So this study, the authors claim suggests that gratitude writing can be beneficial not just for healthy, well adjusted individuals but also for those who struggle with mental health concerns. In fact, it seems according to the article that practicing gratitude on top of receiving psychological counseling carries greater benefits and counseling alone. Even when that gratitude practice is brief. So, this week, you're going to explore how to unleash gratitude to improve your mental health. Now in each weeks series. You are issued a challenge. This is a challenge I encourage you to do every day. And your challenge this week. is to. Reach out to someone and let them know you're grateful. This could be done by text by phone call by email. or by writing a letter to the person. To Express. How grateful you are. For being in your life or for whatever it is, you truly feel grateful for in regard to this person.

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How to Move Forward When You're An Unemployed Side Hustler

Side Hustle Pro

06:42 min | 3 months ago

How to Move Forward When You're An Unemployed Side Hustler

"Hey guys. Welcome. Welcome back to the show. It's not Kayla here and I'm back with a solo. It's been a minute right? Well, here we are in October I can't believe it's October y'all like this year. It's just I. Mean I don't even have to say you know already and we also know that the levels of unemployment right now are at an all time high. Due to the effect that Cuvette has had on first of all human beings and then supply chains businesses. The way we run businesses and having to close businesses because of the fact that that foot traffic isn't there or people are not able to patronize those businesses. So in the last week alone I have seen many friends and acquaintances get furloughed or laid off fired and my. Heart really really really goes out to everyone. So it's just been on my heart to do this episode I decided to share again, my own story of unemployment and some tips that may be able to help you or someone you know get through this time as a site hustler who is now on employed doesn't have that full-time job to supplement the side hustle Share this with a friend or someone you know who might appreciate it and yes, you'll get through it. They will get through it. Please remind them that this too shall pass So let's let me share a little bit about my story for those of you who don't know or maybe you've heard bits and pieces of it but not the whole thing let's get into it. In Twenty fifteen I went through a seven month period of unemployment of not having a fulltime job I was recently graduated from Grad, school and yes I went from May to December without fulltime job. And now these were different circumstances. Obviously, it wasn't a pandemic it wasn't a lay off or furlough. So there are different circumstances surrounding me not having a fulltime job. However, it was still challenging sometimes discouraging time in my life and I would hate for anyone to be going through this alone feeling the same feelings of embarrassment sometimes hopelessness like I like will ever find a job. Feeling regret like should I have done XYZ differently should have explored a different career should I have worked in a different field and so on and so on I don't want you guys beating yourself up. So I'm devoting this episode to share in what helped me to keep my head up and push forward when I was unemployed and how I stayed on the side hustle path through it. All I. A little back story on how I came to be unemployed for years ago. Was it four years now? Hold on hold on let me do five years ago. I was attending graduate school for my masters of Business Administration at the University of Michigan Ross, School of business in the summer between my first and second years of business school. I was an MBA intern at Google. I was really excited at the time to land. This was a coveted internships I was so excited to land Google and dive headfirst into the internship I moved out to mountain view for the summer as working in AD sales. Now, for most MBA internships the goal and the expectation is. That you have such great internship that at the end of the ten to twelve weeks in your internship, you'll be extended a full time job offer from that company. That's how it's supposed to work well, that in happened in my case despite working hard despite getting APL-, employees, recommendations, and awards that summer and doing all I could to seem like I was fitting into the culture because you know that's big and like the whole Silicon Valley Tech World doing everything I could to be new Gli. That what they call it I don't even know anymore. googly. Remember, can you believe this was one such like an important part of my life? I promise you will be laughing one day to at this phase in your life So I was doing all I could to fit the culture and really land that job. But in hindsight that was not the right opportunity for me. So no matter what it probably just. was meant to be and I'm glad that it happened that way. However at the time, it didn't feel like this I did not get the full-time offer. I was devastated I was pretty dejected and spent the rest of the academic year dodging my friends, my classmates questions about what I was going to be doing post business school, and then graduated with no job in May of that year. From May to November, I would go on interview for job after job only to receive even more rejections at one point after going through six rounds of interviews with Uber for at the time they were launched Uber Eats I was going for marketing role with Uber eats and I got turned down to six rounds of interview. And you know at that point when you go for six interviews with the same company like that is exhausting, you really are like I got to get this role but I didn't get it and that was a moment for me when it clicks I said. Enough is enough I was done investing so much energy into trying to work for other people and I was ready to invest into myself. So let me be clear here. Don't get me wrong. I was still looking for a job I in no way meant that I was gonNA quit looking for jobs and just become an entrepreneur at that point but I knew that I was so depleted in terms of self confidence and self empowerment that I needed to do something differently. Shortly. After making that revelation I began freelancing as an independent social media consulting because at this point you know money funds are running low and. Full transparency even though at the time I was living with my then boyfriend now husband Killer. Doesn't like not having something to bring to the table? Okay. I like my pockets to be full. I like to have money my bank account, and there's no way in hell that I was not going to find a way to bring some income, and so that's what I did. I started freelancing social media consulting at that point I have into my network for that role and I went and did some freelance work for the organization. That I once was a part of two. So it's called MLC and I've mentioned it many times management leadership for tomorrow I started freelancing with them social media, consulting boom tablets you network make sure you have some money in your pocket

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Intermittent Fasting (MM #3491)-IG

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Intermittent Fasting (MM #3491)-IG

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked numerous times about how I fight the Battle of the Bulge. It's tough. There's no doubt about it. I'm overweight. I'm obese am worried about covid-19. So I'm always reading online about ways to better my health ways to help me lose weight and not try to get involved in the fads the most recent Trend if you will is intermittent fasting people started talking about it last year and supposedly it was the most searched diet term in the year 2019. I've been watching it cuz I'm just not sure about intermittent fasting as I joke, sometimes I intermittently fast in between meals, but the one that we're seeing is some sources tell you intermittent fasting is good for you. It helps you lose weight others say there's no statistical proof a recent study says that over the course of say twelve weeks people who intermittently fast lose about two pounds and people just diet regularly lose one and half pounds. Is it worth going a day without food for just that extra 1/2 pound? I'm going to pass for now if it's working for you more power to you man. I can't imagine taking the day off from eating cuz I know I enjoy it so much dead.

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Intermittent Fasting (MM #3491)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Intermittent Fasting (MM #3491)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked numerous times about how I fight the Battle of the Bulge. It's tough. There's no doubt about it. I'm overweight. I'm obese am worried about covid-19. So I'm always reading online about ways to better my health ways to help me lose weight and not try to get involved in the fads the most recent Trend if you will is intermittent fasting people started talking about it last year and supposedly it was the most searched diet term in the year 2019. I've been watching it cuz I'm just not sure about intermittent fasting as I joke, sometimes I intermittently fast in between meals, but the one that we're seeing is some sources tell you intermittent fasting is good for you. It helps you lose weight others say there's no statistical proof a recent study says that over the course of say twelve weeks people who intermittently fast lose about two pounds and people just diet regularly lose one and half pounds. Is it worth going a day without food for just that extra 1/2 pound? I'm going to pass for now if it's working for you more power to you man. I can't imagine taking the day off from eating cuz I know I enjoy it so much dead.

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Trump Counters Testimony Of His CDC Director On Vaccines, Masks

Democracy Now! Audio

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Trump Counters Testimony Of His CDC Director On Vaccines, Masks

"Smith's these are the most important powerful public health tool we have. And I will continue to appeal for all Americans, all individuals in our country to embrace these face offerings I've said if we did it for six, eight, ten, twelve weeks, we'd bring this pandemic. Under. Control these actually, we have clear scientific evidence they work. And they are best defense I might even go so far as to say that this face fast is more guaranteed to protect me against Cova. Then when I take a co- vaccine because the image in this city may be. Seventy percent. And if I don't get an immune response to vaccines knocking protect me this facemask will. President trump lashed out at Dr Redfield. Testimony telling reporters in the White House press briefing room the top US public health officials misspoke. Think. He made a mistake when he said that it's incorrect information. And I called him. And he didn't tell me that and I think you got the message maybe confused trump also contradicted the CDC director over masks saying vaccine would be much more effective than facial coverings stopping the spread of corona virus his comment came after Dr Redfield estimated a potential corona virus vaccine might only be seventy percent effective at generating an immune response making widespread massacres critical to ending the pandemic during a town hall event Tuesday on ABC hosted by George. Stephanopoulos trump again downplayed the use of masks. People. Think masks are not good and there are a lot of people that as an example, those people I'll tell you who those people are waiters they come over and they serve you and I have a mask and I saw the other day where they were serving me and they're playing with a mask I'm not blaming that just what happens they're playing with a mask and so the mask is over and they're. Touching it and Touching the plate that can't be good.

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Heading into the Election, What Would You Say About the Tough Issues of 2020?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:51 min | 4 months ago

Heading into the Election, What Would You Say About the Tough Issues of 2020?

"Year ago the Colson Center launched an ambitious project that would equip Christians with answers to our cultures toughest questions, the kind of questions that tend to generate more heat than light whenever they come up the kind that many Christians tend to shy away from with this resource we hope to see Christians running into those conversations about God, Morality Truth and culture not running away from them. While the what would you say project is a reality. It's a video series with each video answering a single difficult question with answers that are trustworthy, credible, understandable, most importantly sharable among the questions we've tackled just in this past year our. Science and religion opposed to one another as critical theory biblical. When does life began? Does ripe justify abortion does the existence of intersex people proved that there are more than two genders how about this one was Jesus is socialist or does porn improve relationships to the Crusades? Prove that Christianity is a violent religion. You know all those easy questions that Christians get these videos can be found at either what would you say dot org or by going to the? What would you say channel on Youtube while they're you can hit the subscribe button and join over twenty three thousand other people who have joined are what would you say? So for these videos have been viewed over a million times now over the next twelve weeks or so with the election season in full gear, we've planned to set videos to tackle the various political and policy questions and issues that are front and center on everyone's minds. These videos will not only equip Christians for conversations about the presidential campaign and the place of faith in elections in the Public Square. But also about those issues that are central to state and local ballots, including abortion restrictions, education economics, race, and civic responsibility. For example, to videos already available address questions that many young people have about economics questions that have led this emerging generation to lean more socialist direction these videos are is. The answer and this capitalism only benefit the rich and over the next few weeks, we're going to release videos at tackled two questions having to do with the political side of abortion i. what happens when someone says I don't like abortion, but I don't think it should be illegal for everyone and according to a recent study. There's a significant number of Americans who think that abortion is wrong but are reticent to make any legal changes to its status including to even to horrific practices such as later term abortions. This is an issue on the Colorado ballot this year shamefully my state is. One of only nine that remain in which later term abortion is allowed. In fact, our states most famous late-term abortionists kills over two hundred so-called viable fetuses a year. That's why by the way we've scheduled, what would you say video on the issue of late-term abortions and early October and other series of what would you say videos? We'll tackle questions about voting. Why should Christians vote what if I don't like any of the candidates? Should I vote anyway and of course, how should we respond to that old line I'm not gonNA vote my vote won't make a difference anyway each what would You say video is short and it's sharable only about four or five minutes long. It's animated and interesting well researched solidly grounded in Scripture and based and a Christian worldview each what would you say video will leave you with three or four memorable points to help you weighed confidently into these tough conversations and to help you prepare for the craziness of the next several weeks we've created a downloadable full-color what would you say booklet based on the videos and entitled Your Guide for talking about the tough issues of two thousand twenty this resource walks you through hot button issues such as abortion. Critical theory whether Christians should avoid politics. My voting is just the beginning of our civic responsibilities. This booklets available with any donation to breakpoint in the Colson Center. Simply come to breakpoint dot org slash September at breakpoint dot org slash September. Your gift will help us continue to produce what would you say videos and quipping Christians with the answers they need for our cultures, toughest questions and whenever you give while send you the what would you say guide to talking about the tough issues in twenty

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The Lifequake Survival Guide With Bruce Feiler

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:01 min | 4 months ago

The Lifequake Survival Guide With Bruce Feiler

"All right well, nice to see you. Thanks for doing this my pleasure. Thank you for having. What how would you describe the the thesis of this book? Debating whether I should start right with a thesis or tell you how I came to the pieces. So. I think I'll do the second way because. I didn't go into this project with pieces, but a big linking pieces showed up halfway through. So what happened what led me into this? Somebody's what this book is. About is how we deal with these big wrenching changes in our lives back hallway light quake. And like what we're in now. And I got interested in these because I went through a life quake some years ago as you know, I I got cancer as a new TAB. About was that same year as the great recession and my family was hit very hard. And then my dad who has Parkinson's Lost Control of his mind. This was a man who was never a depressed admitted his life. And he tried to take his life. Times in twelve weeks. And this was kind of a big crisis. In every way, you can have a crisis, the conversations that we had to have. unhabitable eye like difficult conversations and these were difficult conversations that were impossible to have. But I'm the story guy and I'm the meaning guy in one morning on Monday morning I woke up and I said, well, your idea like what if I send my data question because my dad was always a bit of a storyteller. And I sent question like what toys did you play with a kid? Couldn't move his fingers at this point Dan. But he thought about it all week he dictated his answer to Syria who spit it out he began to edit it in at work and so I. Also another one like dummy balance you grumpy. And This went on essentially every Monday morning for what became years. Up. The. Hatch Become Eagle Scout. How'd you join the Navy how you meet mom and this man who had never written anything longer than three sentence memo in his life back into writing a fifty thousand word. And I got very interested in times of crisis in our lives like it. It's a narrative event in some way and it turns out there's a whole field narrative gerontology. There's all field of narrative adolescence, narrative medicine and kind of storytelling becoming kind of thing that people talked about at that time and so what happened and you know this makes me think of your own life and how you ended up in this conversation is when I began to tell the story to people everybody had a similar story. My wife had a headache and went to the hospital and died my daughter tried to kill herself. I. had nervous breakdown on my television in your case and and I thought well, no one else to tell their story anymore and. Let me see what I can figure out because people were saying like the life I'm living is not the life I expect like I'm living life out of order in some way. And I call my wife one night and I said. I got to figure out how to help. And I don't know I'm going GonNa find and I don't know how to do it but I feel compelled to do this and so I set out on this journey. What became Three four years crisscrossing the country collecting what became hundreds of life stories of Americans all ages all walks of life all fifty states and you name it damn. People lost homes, lost limbs, changed careers, genders, Religions got. Sober got a bad marriages. And at the end of it, I had it was powerful, but it was too much. I had six thousand pages of. Transcripts a thousand hours of interviews and I ended up doing something. I've never done thirty years of writing books. I got a whole team of people and we spent a year coating these. Combing through them debating I'm kind of beating one against the head trying to figure out. What was the big message? What was the big theme coming out of it?

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Giga Texas Timeline Update, and the TSLA stock rebound

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

05:49 min | 4 months ago

Giga Texas Timeline Update, and the TSLA stock rebound

"Everybody. Robin our here, and today is kind of a Giga Day. We have news from gigafactory Shanghai Gigafactory, Texas gigafactory New York, and then we'll talk a little bit more about lucid ahead of their livestream unveil of the lucid air tonight, and of course, the stock which we can start out with dessel stock on the day to day finishing up eleven percent to three hundred, sixty, six dollars twenty eight cents on the back of a rising macaroni Environment Nasdaq for the day up two point seven percent. So as I said, yesterday, I, hate, stop-loss orders. This is exhibit a for why that is as Tesla today without much news swung back significantly in the. Other. Direction. That's really my only thought on the stock today. So let's move into the news. There was an interesting post this morning on Tesla Motors Clubs Forum by Ridge. Twenty twenty about a possible time line for Tesla's gigafactory in Texas. This user writes quote have some information on the tear factory build schedule. Tesla is sourcing how vendors slash contractors to bid on work at the site and quote this user then shares some screen shots presumably of some documents involved in that bidding, the most interesting of which lays out a project schedule in that project schedule not a first substantial completion date of May I twenty twenty one according to the American Institute of Architects. Substantial completion is quote the stage in the progress of the work when the work or designated portion thereof is sufficiently complete in accordance with the contract documents so that the owner can occupy or utilize the work for its intended use and quote the schedule also notes that the first dry in what happened on December thirtieth twenty twenty I xdrive just means that everything is sort of sealed up with the building shell so that interior work can commence without having to be exposed to the elements, and then in a separate page here that has also included. There's a more detailed schedule noting that in September they'll be doing things like underground electrical, mechanical plumbing, etc.. October would be fencing porta-pottys waste removal metals, recycling recycling removal, and then November would be architectural interiors which based on the dry and date assume would be non weather sensitive into your stuff. So obviously take this for what it's worth. It has just forum posts, but the documents to me look like they would be pretty legitimate I. Don't think there's a ton of reason to doubt it. I. Think for those of us that follow closely this would be pretty much in line with our expectations. This will be going from breaking ground to possibly production ready in under a year which we know Tesla is targeting based on their work active factory Shanghai originally and now With gigafactory Berlin as well. Speaking of Shanghai Tesla continues to make rapid progress at the gigafactory. They're the global times earlier. This Week reported that Tesla has completed the main section of phase two, which is for the Mata why and they write quote at present interior decoration and electromechanical testing being carried out and are expected to be completed on schedule in October and November and quote not exactly sure what interior decoration needs to be carried out and completed. I'm guessing that's probably something that's lost in translation probably more equivalent you interior design meaning, functional interior design. But regardless, we continue to see these reports about phase two in Shanghai though the Global Times appears. To also expect production to begin for the Monterey in one though they do cite other media reports on that which we have talked about. Personally, I'm still expecting some motto is to come out of gigafactory Shanghai. This you're probably not enough to be immaterial to quarterly results or the financials but more. So again, sign heading into twenty twenty one which cannot believe were that close to you already shifting back to the US and over to the energy side of the business with Peissel's gigafactory. In New, York a different type of gigafactory Tesla. Roddy today posted an article with the headline of quote vessel energy ramps hiring AC in New York for accelerated solar production and. Quote you on did actually re tweet this article in which Tesla Roddy writes quote a source familiar with the matter who spoke to Tessa. Roddy talk to employees at the plant who indicated the facility is currently operating on a twenty four hour schedule six days a week to keep up with demand. Altogether, this move seems to confirm the eighty eight acre location is accelerating solar production and installation insignificant way which coincides with the company's growth and the energy sector and quote while energy storage has definitely grown historically solar has actually been quite slow Tusla recently, which I think was correctly pointed out by Gordon Johnson in our bowl baird debate. So if we go. Back to two, thousand, seventeen, for example, cutie, Tesla deployed one, hundred, seventy, six megawatts of solar energy versus this most recent you only twenty seven megawatts of solar. There are a lot of reasons for that. The business model has shifted significantly but right now it's not at the point that at once what's Tesla's hope? Of course is that the solar roof changes that about which started in their cute you letter that quote solar roof installations roughly tripled in Q. to compare to key one, we continue to expand our installation team to increase the deployment rate and quote of course, this is a new product so to starting from a very low base for Tesla from. But hopefully, that growth rate continues we've also recently seen tesla cut their prices significantly for rooftop solar. Now, offering the lowest price systems in the United States at least at a dollar forty, nine per watt after incentives under cutting other systems and the US by about thirty percent on average. So plenty of reasons to be hopeful that Tesla is on the precipice returning to growth for the solar business and are on their way to finding a business model that works for them consistently for solar going forward. Next today on into provide an update to yesterday's discussion on delivery wait times. I've seen a few comments noting that those have changed for people today they have actually changed for me as well. So the model y currently sets for the all wheel drive version at seven to eleven weeks for me here in the Midwest two to four weeks for the performance for the Model S. and the Model X. Both of those currently sit at eight to twelve weeks versus yesterday's ten to fourteen. Weeks and the model three has held steady for all trims at two to four weeks.

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Singer Blanco Brown undergoes surgery after car accident

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Singer Blanco Brown undergoes surgery after car accident

"Singer Blanco brown who had a country hit last year with the get up has been seriously injured in a traffic accident I'm marquees are loaded with the latest Lanco brown was in a head on collision Monday night near his home in Atlanta according to his publicist brown had a twelve hour surgery to address significant but unspecified injuries and is expected to need more surgeries he is currently resting in intensive care from song to get up was number one on Billboard's hot country songs chart for twelve weeks after being a viral sensation on the tick tock app

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Link Still The Boss

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:37 min | 7 months ago

Link Still The Boss

"Jay Taking look at market at the moment of got to sign on a great deals change on yesterday I mean. Look we. We're up. Tonight it looks pretty strange on the fifth minute Chalamet. Tell you about what just happened before. This was about forty five minutes ago. Roughly on the on the ten am cancer. The ten fifteen can we pushed down to naughty, one hundred and sixty full, and only close close at nine to sixty one hundred dollars is very quick. Rural Real quick they're. Now. One of the main. Geez, it's pretty difficult to tell. This market has bain susceptible to those spot. Sometimes, we have saying that often around the morning session to you know we've seen those ruby candles, or and this one was a big of striking. It's not an overly large candle by any stretch of the imagination. It's just one of these candles. for May. It's some. It's just it. We'd that's. Women high point four percent up on bitcoin not now. We did get to a that was pretty hefty. Thousand Ninety full before closing at ninety two forty. This could just seems to be a little bit confused what it wants to do, but I tell you it's holding and it's been holding up here. Around that nine thousand to ten thousand mark, let's just say for the best part of walk since we got here, which was back on the thirtieth of April. So that's all of my and we are just about through jury not too long ago now for join, and it's been hanging out above nine thousand, the longer it holds above nine thousand. The better at potentially could get a hang in there as indicated. Sorry, would that pulling the more it looks like a consolidation that a than actual issued pros. It does sane to be comfortable up the now. Of course we have had the half and a couple of months ago now so. I'd spoken to this prior to the having and saying to everybody that look in the Pasta too offerings prior I can't change significantly. We're just off the. You know what we've seen. There is that we saw console eight for one of them and then move significantly high in the multiple thousands of percent. Also saying them dip. And then move higher in the multiple lodge amounts of returns as well so we've seen to Havanese, both one console one fell and then moved. Off Really liked to hype the way he could sell it. And continue to move here on Bitcoin as well to the upside. It would be lovely to see. We've gotta get above that. Ten, thousand bucks. Full brother anytime soon, but it would be very nice force to get Bitcoin right now we are at ninety, two, hundred, eighty, one. Dole's up point full full. Of a percent at the moment moving to a theory now at two, hundred, thirty, two and ninety cents up point two full I look. The of doesn't look too bad. That weekly trends still there really locked look of this trend to I think it's a good looking Jot It's just a matter now. Alva of getting that trend back in and kicking on. To further up saw that's that's really what the crux of it is just hanging out and waiting for that to occur. We haven't gone just yet. We need to break. Above a cool it to fifty, then we'll have that uptrend back in the swing of things, counterpoint to full Alviti, percent xl pays daily down trying to look. I was looking at stalking in short this morning because it's bane the waste out of the law Except, phase not really rattled the cage too much at all this year. It's been a very. As Been Crab Woken shall, we say it's been very very small in in its ranger. Course we did you know full to a low of at ten cents. Back away sold at big full earlier in the year in March but we. We've rebounded rebounded. We rebounded that twenty three and a half cents, but we've just. Feel like I feel like for quite some Thomas Bain Very. Saad wise, you know. We're looking at one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight nine ten eleven. Twelve weeks. That's three months while we haven't seen a great of activity and I. Suppose it probably feels. Longer than it is. Three weeks is a long time in Crypto is seventy awake so. You know we are currently sitting up on I'll pay point four four percent of one I taint point two cents, but I'm really keeping on today to see if I can find a short guy would if there are shorts on the table down eighteen cents is sort of where I'm looking bitcoin cash three thirty three dollars, tens two hundred thirty three dollars and ten cents its up point three four yesterday it did close flat on the again, a very solid wise shot, wanting to save get out of that sawed consolidation guy very boring much the signs that saw Pai simultaneous they abyss face hanging in there seven, hundred and seventy two. H Down today is down point three of a percent again, a very average looking shot nothing to be too exhausted about lot hanging in there as well yesterday. What Lot coin yesterday was Dan? Listen support on lot Barrett that that forty live at forty, one sixty one. There is a level of support running through, and that could potentially setup trades over the coming days if there is going to be a further downstream always. To having. Shows will be Ivan to actively pursuing shorts. I don't have any short trades. On at the modern actions about I don't have any trades are open at the moment just watching that level of forty one fifty sixty around that sort of ragent saying how we go up half percent forty two year fifty today look assigned can also said. there is a bit of support down around with turtles. Forty Watching that as well as it does, build and consolidate into their modern. Actually give me a short tried. I would currently forty eight, which represents point four two percent gain tonight, thus far with one hour into the trading day the folk. A little while ago full. That's anything to a significant dent. Also today there is a bit of support down there on around to forty six. To forty three, forty, six, so behaving and all of that threat, the dies well just save. It does come down given other opportunities, their full mate Bonnets at fifteen dollars and ninety five cents really slide gone. It did have been dip. Damn came straight back down point seven percent USA closing at Fifteen Dole's ninety nine cents. A fifteen dollars ninety seven right now. I'll off percent not much going on. That's buffet.

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Matcha Tea

20 Minute Fitness

05:39 min | 8 months ago

Matcha Tea

"So much powder so farmers grow matcher by covering that. T- Twenty thirty days before harvest to avoid direct sunlight. Visit increases chlorophyll production boost the amino acid content and gives the plant dog Green Hue the Policy Years Macho as you've probably seen everyone has grown in popularity you can get much law as and ice cream on pancakes and so on and literally means mattress. Pouted t the leaves are hand selected their steamed briefly to stop from tation that droid and then aged in cold storage. A MRS deepening. The flavor and the leaves are stone ground into a fine powder but wise the hype around Macha so matcher is commonly referred to as a mood and brain food with previous research demonstrating a three constituents present in match. Aotea dot big fan on each and caffeine affect mood and cognitive performance healthy nine has been shown to potentially increase the Alpha waves in your brain and these waves linked to mental realization and also helping to fight stress signals. It's also been shown to increase the number of feel good chemicals new brain which has been shown to prove your overall mood your memory and your concentration another difference between green tea and matcher. Is that the whole leaves. Aw ingested so it's a more potent source of nutrients than Steph's green tea and some sources cite that one serving match matchy is in nutritional equivalent of ten cups of regular Brews Green Tea with match T. containing two hundred thirty seven times more antioxidants. More information on until do remember back through all previous episodes as we've come at this in depth. Bought the on anti-oxidants in Macho a called polyphenyls and they've been linked to protection against heart disease and also helping to reduce your blood pressure again because of the the factual construing the Whole Leaves Matchup. You also gaps through three times. The amount of caffeine the compost tate about the amount you get in a brew coffee and Macho Warriors out there who proponent of the product with claim that you don't get a caffeine buzz life from coffee or something like that but an alert com due to the lvn on present which can induce feelings of relaxation without the drowziness again. Oversee Caffeine has same benefits. I'm pitfalls already touched on this too much but what I will say. Is that the impact of caffeine weight. Loss's regularly being examined. Several studies suggesting the caffeine can help the metabolic rate and increase fat burning. So let's potentially the the benefits thoughts in much tees. Well we've seen four seems forever. That marketers have been pushing green tea products as a weight loss tool whether that be just literally drinking green tea or as a supplement in pills for example. And it's been a number of studies that have lingering t to fat loss however there are of course opposing studies which is shown no such link but the studies. Supporting Green. Tea's thought thank state that the active ingredients can boost the effects of some fat burning hormone such as Norepinephrine noradrenaline and main antioxidant and T. E. G. C. G. Which has said much as well can help inhibit an enzyme that breaks down the hall man nor epinephrine. So that when this ends honest hypnotise. The amount of north of noradrenaline increases promoting fat breakdown. And as I said at the Star Macho Green tea has a similar nutritional profile yet it contains significantly higher levels of things like egg than regular green tea and this has been shown to have highest biological activity among green tea. Gaskins and again if you remember from previous episodes Catkins are type of disease. Fighting flavonoids anti oxidant so as mattress. So high in this egghead. It's interesting to look studies following its influence on fouls as well because I was a green tea's been looked at in big debt as well so this face needs to be further. Developed on some of the results are inconsistent but two thousand five study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition looked at individuals that drawing catechin rich tease. Macha on those who drunk rich green tea. That didn't have as much catechin is in on the people. Drinking teas just match dropped almost twice as much weight in twelve weeks. Participants who didn't additional human studies have collectively also found that taking hundreds of four hundred sixty milligrams of egg together with ace two three hundred milligrams of caffeine for at least twelve weeks linked to significant weight loss and reduction of body. Fats what is interesting to note from this? Many studies dot the fat burning effects of things. Like you'll match guarantee Harley justic on almost dependent on not consuming caffeine habitually so all the time EG CG has also been studied extensively and has been shown to help fight inflammation in your body. Help maintain healthy all trees. I'm promote cell replant so because macek contains grade levels of antioxidants such as G. It appears to be a superior. Taeb gets the all the benefits of green tea on more. But it's important to keep in mind that was laid out when it comes to weight loss. It's a very small piece of the puzzle doomed to stress that you should not be over consuming match Or even green. Tea's tries to make sure you don't how to more than two cups a day. Really so that concludes. Today's episode on match tee. Tonight you understand what is being all the next time you hear someone match. Lotta hipster cafe for example. But that's that's over. Now we're GONNA hit you. 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The myth of balance, moderation, and how to ditch the all-or-nothing mentality around food with Kris Dovbniak (Part 2)

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

06:54 min | 8 months ago

The myth of balance, moderation, and how to ditch the all-or-nothing mentality around food with Kris Dovbniak (Part 2)

"WanNa go on and talk a little bit more about the certified intuitive eating counselor so you talked about like why you wanted to pursue that. Can you talk a little bit more about like? What is that process like? Take us like a little bit behind the scenes and then like when you're working with clients as intuitive eating counselor. What are some of the things that you do with them to help bring them through their own journeys towards the other side? Yeah Oh my gosh with so many different so much nutrition training and different certifications in my back pocket bar none. The intuitive eating certification was the not only the most interesting but absolutely the most educational transformational as a coach Simply because you know it is all incredibly research faced Evelyn. Tripoli is just an incredible human so the book and she would have eating was written by Evelyn Tripoli and at least rush and the program is based on their framework of the ten principles of intuitive eating. They actually have their fourth edition coming out very soon. I WANNA say it's mayor June. They have coming out The last version was created in two thousand and three. And that's the one. I'm kind of the basis for the training. She takes the ten principles of intuitive eating. And she takes you through a twelve week seminar series just like you would go to college classroom and goes through the research behind it and ultimately you know why like dieting stretching and Nantou food role. Don't serve and how they aren't our clients. The people that are working and so being able to see that and then taking that and then applying it to our clients so from after doing the whole Tele Seminar training. There's also a I wanna say it's six our audio training that you go through and do and you you learn of the ten principles in depth and how they apply to you as a practitioner. Not just somebody who has gone through at. You're also required to go through and read the book and listen to the Audio version and go through the workbook yourself which I think is so powerful am and then you're required to go through one on one trading with either Evelyn or a lease and I worked with Evelyn through the on one training as well as the telephone. I believe she's the one who does the Tele Seminar series but she is so incredibly smart and so passionate about what she does and being able to ask her direct questions and being able to bring anonymous client story to her and have give her a bluer us through how we would work through that. With a client with an intuitive. Eating lines was more powerful than anything I could have done on my own because it surely taught me. How shoe have compassion for each person that I work with. Meet them where they're at in utilize the intuitive eating Lens Shoe. Help them find freedom with food and find Quote unquote ballots in their in their bodies and in their eating So so it is. It's you know for me. It took me just about nine months to go through everything every every practitioner who works with his different. You're required to have certifications or an educational background in nutrition or psychology or personal training. You have to be professional in order that you were allowed to become into a certified intuitive eating counselor. She does have a or they have a program for. I WANNA see for. Lay people where you can take people through an intuitive eating kind of group course but it's a little bit different. It's not as indepth And practitioner focused as this one is. I'm just because I am working with one on one clients and she is training. Tichenor is and so. It's very interesting that she's training practitioners in different areas too. So she's training psychologists and psychiatrists who work with their clients and obviously the way they're going to work with their clients is different than the way. I'm going to work with my clients. As a health coach in a holistic nutritionist. And what I do Just because of my scope of practice oftentimes my clients are also working with a counselor Which I highly recommend for for many of my clients work with them to you. I certainly do not have the have all the answers but the eating Lens Comes into play with many many different practitioners. So she so. It's you know this whole this whole long program where you dig into the research and you learn practically how to work through this with clients. It was so incredibly helpful to my my on. My knowledge am as a coach and really way that I not just work with clients but the way that I look at clients backgrounds and the way that I am able to help them work through their struggles. So you know my clients work. I do work at this point. It's one hundred percent with women I used to say like ninety percent with women and I'm like it's been three years since I've worked with a guy I definitely work with women. Nothing against man. I'm married to one. And he's great. But I am called to work with women and I work Oftentimes with MOMS to With busy MOMS who are. Like I WANNA eat intuitively but I feel like I don't have time so what I do when I was clients is I need them. Where they're at. I listen to their stories. I adjust like I shared my own story. I listened to where they've been in their relationship with food. We talk about where they want to be in their relationship with food and their vision for having a relationship with food and utilizing the shooting eating principles and you know and my my skills just as a holistic health coach work together to meet their goals for finding freedom with food and eating in a way. That feels good to them but isn't restricted and doesn't contain any rules and so it looks different with every single client. We meet on the phone or meet on skype and it really starts from their story and exactly like we are doing. Today it starts with really Picking apart those pieces and picking positive way taking apart those pieces and and putting them back together so that the relationship with food is no longer broken but their relationship with food is is healed and they feel like a happy healthy whole person again without feeling bogged down by rules and restrictions. And all of this is done from the lens of intuitive eating.

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Kaylin Marcotte, founder and CEO of JIGGY

Dell Technologies Podference

04:12 min | 9 months ago

Kaylin Marcotte, founder and CEO of JIGGY

"To a special bonus episode of skimmed from the couch for small business. Week we have a small business founder with us kaelin marco who is the founder and ceo of jigsaw puzzles. She was also our first employees here at the skin. So we are so so excited for this very special episode today kaelin. It is great to talk to you about everything including gygi. We are so proud of you. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you guys. I'm so happy to be here. It is certainly surreal but very excited to be just to kind of level set before japan so we started the skin. Twenty twelve week took in our first funding in the end of two thousand thirteen. So employees started january of two thousand fourteen and in like november kaelin emailed us called amounts that she was a consultant lever talk through her background but she loved the scam and wanted to join us and to know what that would look like and so we met her for coffee at our favorite cafe and we hired her before we had an office before we haven't seen and had no idea what her role would really be or what it would become but she was employee number one. So this is a very very full circle moment for us. So caitlin we're gonna start our interview the way we do all of them. Which is kim your resume for us. I moved to new york from california. Where i'm from to go to barnard college. I studied political science and then my first job was management consulting. I was hired into of these two year rotation all kind of entry level programs about a year and a half into that. I sent a cold email to my favorite newsletter. And you know wasn't quite sure where it would go but wanted to shoot my shot and a week later. We sat down at cafe clooney. And i walked away from that and it was like there is no world in which i'm not a part of this and hopped on board. Join you guys as your employees next three and a half years crazy amazing wild ride rings get bassedas and social amazing experience. That left and spent some time abroad moved to london. I'm started consulting on my own. Such gone freelance projects working with startups and a media. Company is my sister. And i started an organization around single use. Plastic consumptions called project. Plastic is icy k. And it was essentially like whole thirty for classic use so a thirty day curriculum to go plastic free and then i started working on gigi at the same time and launched last year. November twenty nineteen. We love jackie. And we are so proud of you as you talk through this skim. What gygi s yes. So gigi we say we make puzzles worth framing. The idea for it started in my scam days. It was just also around the same time that head space came out. There was starting to be a conversation around. Mindfulness and meditation. And i was looking for what that meant to be in kind of just a way to unwind at the end of the work day and is are doing jigsaw puzzles and found them relaxing and stress relieving. They got me away from my phone and computer. So i fell in love with puzzles. Twenty fifteen but the ones out there were just like thomas kincaid or puppies in a basket and cottage scenes and just really uninspiring our choices. So the idea kind of planted then of elevating and reinventing the puzzle. And then i started really working on it. I wanted to feature the work of emerging artists and help support their work so started creating in licensing are emerging female artists around the world they get a percentage of every sale wanted to reinvent the packaging and presentation and also saw four. What do you do with the puzzle once you're done with it so each gigi comes with puzzle glue and an applicator. So when you're done if you want to keep it and turn it into real real art

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PS4's Big Exclusives Shift Release Dates

Beyond!

05:44 min | 9 months ago

PS4's Big Exclusives Shift Release Dates

"Learned at the beginning of this week. we'll start with the news and then get into the like less every aspect of it but we did learn the last of US part two and go sushi. Mahathir Randy released its The last of US part. Two's coming June nineteenth. I believe I'm going to double check. That and go. Sushi is July seventeenth so A. Yeah Ace what ended up. Originally being an indefinite move was a three ish week. Move for the last of us are two and a ghost which was originally supposed to come out at the end of June June twenty-sixth. Obviously it would not be great to release those two major. Ps Four Games within a week of each other so this gives ghosts some breathing room in between. How do we feel about these new release dates? Obviously they're close. We don't have to wait too long for them. Feel about them. Yeah I mean like we will. We spent a lot of times vacating. How far pot goes to Sushi? Mid would be to the loss of US yesteryear. You know that was. That was off now. Things have changed and I don't really care if it's two games to playstation exclusives are released relatively close together because I'm going to be playing more to the very end because I have that time And I think it's it's super exciting. I said that the last of us to make that really dramatic sort of cool. But I'm very pleased that it's like now. We have a definitive release date once. I love you phrase this not as two new games. Got Delayed again. Two brand new release dates. Yeah see I was expecting to get kicked down the road a little bit in like honestly a three week. Delay is not that bad and I was actually kind of kind of bummed out by the delayed indefinitely. Because that's like that's like Mama Data. You're getting back together and it's like well we're separated into definitely. That's a serious since and upsetting. So that's what I that's the weird thing about. The word is indefinitely can go both ways. Right indefinitely could mean this game has cancelled like obviously. It wasn't for the last of us that no one ever thought. That was the case for the last of us but it could mean that in certain contexts Or it could just mean a couple of weeks like it. It's a word that genuinely can like just mean we don't know as the word they use pretty much and that's what it being. I agree that generally people think of it as a like glass half empty kind of thing. Someone that's got a negative relationship like we've separated indefinitely. No one's like It sounds like it could go either way. It's like that relationship is that is that is a done deal my friend. Lopiano or celebrating the dates Max. Not because it's like yeah. It's two three week delays her dog. I'm with you. It's it's a little tiny like little sliver of of something being definite that we. It's not like tend to believe. Agile that what hold onto. What's really funny about them to is like we went in expecting. This could be a long delay. Like how close could this get to the? Ps Five launch. Theoretically like what we see them go to the fall. My guess is it probably was a massive logistical thing to figure out of like. Oh what does the distribution pipeline look like as as unsavory? Some other stuff is that we can get to in a second. I do think the weird like little details. We don't know about this delay. Probably have a lot of business stuff that is just very boring to a mass audience. So that's why we don't hear about it like they had to figure out getting things to stores getting things on digital making sure countries might be able to support that stuff on the Internet side and I totally prefer this where they say as early as they know has lasted much. Isn't gonNA come out when we think it's good when you think it's GonNa come out than the alternative which is right now. We learn that last of US IS DELAYED THREE WEEKS. Right like yeah. I prefer they tell you. Tell US early on that. They know something is coming with a delay and they just don't quite know what yet like at much more preferable to me than finding very very late. Yeah it's I would prefer the way that we found out this recently and I think something that you know. Maybe they were looking at it or not In between those announcements or at least like information that we got since the announcement of the delay and now is we saw a major game like final fantasy seven. Hit THREE POINT. Five million units Despite the supplier constraints despite the issues going on the world. Obviously that games Copies were already out manufactured to a certain extent but maybe seeing the success that that game had animal crossing makes them think. Okay maybe we can still have successful launch even with these concerns for a game. This big and final fantasy did not have a clean launch ray. A final fantasy came out early in Australia. It was hard to get and other places like that was a messy launch and it still did really really well so yeah. I was surprised about inspired and I think these released as our solid especially considering all other forms of entertainment are on pause like TV. Shows can't film all movies except for tenant from Christopher Nolan have been delayed in the summer so June and July are pretty empty months for entertainment so to have these two major blockbuster games ever stuck at home. Pretty Good Pretty. Good audience to have at your fingertips. I do WANNA mention though. We did reach out because when a less of US got delayed ironman. Vr was also delayed. And it wasn't mentioned in this update. We reached out to Sony and they said expect news on that in the coming weeks now again like the word indefinitely the coming weeks could be next week. It could be twelve weeks from now. I don't know but Hopefully we get word on that. Game's release

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"twelve week" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"It was my first experience feeling like I could share parts of my story without judgment blame guilt, tripping dismissal or mocking. It was a completely foreign concept to me it made no sense. It felt wrong and yet so right? They used pictures of some of my artwork and writings in a booklet created for presentation to a local airforce base. It was quote anonymous. So I felt safe now I'd write my name all over that shit that person I saw again last night represents the initial healing light for me during that class. She talked to me like I was real like I mattered like it was okay to talk about my trauma. She would look into my eyes and. Actually, see me not the actor the actor portrayed in public. I could actually feel it too. She had a kind of knowing strength to her like, she could see the courage. I had inside me before. I could she talked me like I was a human being and not some unworthy skin shell who just needed to keep her mouth shut and protect my abuser and family. She was calm, honest, compassionate, joyful, humble able to cry and feel emotions with a grace that was captivating. Just a lovely human being. I would look at her during classroom wonder if I could ever get to the point where she was it seemed impossible. I now fully understand that the healing path is a lifetime commitment. I figured I'd knock out a ten to twelve week of therapy. And boom done at first the idea of a lifetime of work was overwhelming and sad to me. Now, I look at as a gift for myself and others. The more I could become strong and confident and improve my own life. The more I can support others coming up in the healing ranks. I looked at those who have fought the battles before me and who have different ways of working through obstacles as a digital guiding light to.

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"twelve week" Discussed on American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on American Heroes Network

"Looking to get into a. Holiday season high out he season. No, you can we're actually now there's a twelve week window. We say that you need to apply to allow twelve weeks from the date that you apply to the day that you want to check in. So that's three months, but it doesn't it's not a firm thing. Some people can apply now and get something next month. So just I'll tell you why leave it that way. Because a lot of folks don't know about the program, and they already made their vacation plans, and they hear about it. So I can always tell somebody that says, hey, I want to get accommodations for next month. And I already know what he's already got accommodations. He's just trying to get free accommodation. So there's no there's no limit. I like it to be three months. At least it gives my case program manager time. Day for their own transportation. Correct. White. So what we provide or accommodations only at this time. And I will preface to say them when we first started the program, we did have airline airline sponsor, the American Airlines did sponsor it, and we gave the entire vacation. But you know, a lot of things have on the price of fuel and so forth. And so and so now we right now, we're only doing the accommodations accommodations only, hopefully, we'll get to the point where we can do more. All right now. Again, we only have a couple of minutes left fill. It was a pleasure. Having you on the show this morning. When would you like to share with our listeners closing? Well, the main thing I'd like to share with listeners is to have you share with another veteran all of the listeners. If you're not a veteran then shared with veteran, but every family member has someone in that family that is that is a vet. And so I would like for you to share it with them. I'd like to go to our website and click into our website. And you notice that we do have a travel partner on our site that that actually can provide accommodations for people that aren't veterans. So check our website out. And and you'll see a lot of things that you didn't know nothing else you'll be educated on what we do. And you'll it'll take you ten minutes to go through the whole thing. All right. Can't beat that. Bill. Well, fill that think you again for taking time out of your busy schedule. Thank you for your service to this great country of ours. Thank you for your continued service to the men and women who served today, and this is a an an outstanding program that I think is great for our troops. I've looked at some of the testimonials on the website. But I think you gave the best one with that kid that sent you the notice back in how the father was taken care of. So thank you for being with us today. My pleasure. My absolute pleasure. I'm always available for you guys. All right. Appreciate that. Phil. And again, if you.

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"twelve week" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And that has to be the driving force. That's. There if you're on motivated, it doesn't matter how much knowledge you have you not gonna wanna do it, and we talked in previous podcasts about believing in yourself. If you don't believe in yourself, then things are going to fall apart. I've done this before at seminars before, and I've asked people, you know, just to show me who in the room feels that they have something original to offer this world and after a few minutes of kind of asking the question, nudging the crowd a little bit over and over again. Most you know, the majority of the crowd raise their hand, you know. And then the next question I I went over was. You know who truly believes in that who really believes that they have something original offer. And so I said, again, let's do it again. And when I did the second time, less people put their hands up. The question was the same, but what happened was self-doubt. Self-doubt crypt crept in and they didn't even take an opportunity on doing something that was free. Just putting up their hand and just believing themselves and sticking to their guns. They second guess themselves when I asked him a second time and I, I made that point. I said, there's no reason for you to second guess yourself. You second guess yourself because a me like you don't urine even we don't even know each other. You definitely shouldn't second guess yourself because of me. But I think also too that they think I'm gonna I'm a big influence on their life. So it's even it's even like more profound for them so like, oh shit. Well, he's actually really asking the question. Maybe I have no business saying I'm an original because maybe he's going to ask me something and I ain't gonna have an answer. I better just keep my. He's gonna call me out on my bowl. Yeah, yeah. And it's kind of again, it all comes back and and why is this have anything to do with diet and why have I gone so far away from talking about this twelve week program is because this has everything to do with this twelve week program. This has everything to do with the amount of money and time investing and making a movie with my brother on nutrition. This is my passion. This is this..

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"twelve week" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"A twelve week program, right? But once you go through it, it's a way of life. It's a way of thinking, it's a way of making the right decisions. It's just knowing what you shouldn't shouldn't do and knowing that you can do if you want from time to time things, you probably shouldn't do not that big of a deal and what to do about it when you do do that, like that, it's it's, it's a lifestyle program and I'm really proud of it. So that has had me focused. And when I say focused, I haven't left my house so I didn't allow myself to go into the office. I didn't allow myself to work another projects. I didn't allow my team to introduce to me. I is questions anything that took my focus away from the one, three one because that's how my brain works. The only way I was going to get it done by protecting my work style. And I think that's the lesson you can take away from this is that you just have some people can multitask. God bless them. I cannot. So if my team were to come to me and gauche lean, okay, we need to talk about, you know, our upcoming promotions for smart success or how we're going the new colors. We're going to pick out for our push journals that will take me off of my focus for days and it can't afford to do that. I'm not good at that. I can't do that. I think most people when they are multitasking, they're selling themselves short because it's hard to toggle back and forth between thoughts. It's hard to talk back and forth between projects when we're multitasking were just we're just a little bit less than where we should be in terms of a potential on that project. And we switched back to another one and keep switching. So I'm not a fan of multitasking for anyone. And I know for me, personally, you're going to get a lesser output for me if I'm multitasking, so I just shut it down and I have the most incredible team. Thank you Kristen, she's, I call her my manager. She's also the podcast manager, but she also manages me. And thank you to Brett. Oh my gosh, bridges is like at the door with a machine gun. If anyone tried to call or text or Email or come to visit, just loved new that I really wanted to focus and get this done, and they so much to Brooke, Brooke czar vice president. She just stepped in and became me, love you, Brooke. So anyways, thanks to my team and thanks to you guys because I've been getting so many positive words of encouragement. Like I, I'm usually not the type Sierra and I were just talking about this Asia. Don't like encouragement because it's like I, I have confidence in myself, so I got it right. Like there's this time when we were filming the turbo fire videos, and it was like the seventh day of jumping up and down and doing air jacks on concrete, half naked in front of hot lights in strangers. And you know doing that for hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and multiple takes. And it was like the last shoot on the last day, I think. And it was during the turbo saw. Action, which is really like anaerobic, and it's really hard to do too, especially to do it and speak and smile and suck in your gut and and and and right somebody messed up behind me or maybe it was made it mess up. I don't know. There was a mess up and we had, we'd done so many takes that I just physically wasn't sure how he's going to do it, but I didn't have a choice. So I was like, oh, hey, hey, hey, I just need a moment and I stepped over onto the side and never everyone else like cleared the sat, and they were like taking a break. And I think I was having like a mini meltdown like just, you know, kind of like crouching down focusing on what I need to do, like trying to visualize it. I certainly wasn't crying because I usually only cry when I have an sincere gratitude or happiness. I usually don't cry when I'm angry, which isn't bad. I'm just saying think was crying. But somebody came to two of my friends friends because I mainly had friends in the cast to my friends came over to me and they're like. Girl you. You are a bad ass..

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"twelve week" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"And you know so having that value add of like okay do you do you trust me enough to get the work done that i can do some work from home do you trust me that i don't have to be here from seven thirty to five thirty every day because i show up with results being able to be clear i think one of the biggest incident get from clients who are frustrated is that there's not a clear career path so being able to have clear speculations on what you're expecting from employees but then knowing that you're investing in their future also brings a sense of wellness because they know what they're looking for another part of having good accuse being self motivated so it's like allow i know i can do this because this is being offered and also my boss as valuing and investing in my future so being able to do that because management really sets the tone you know and being able to give constructive feedback like don't wait till you know your best person is getting ready to leave to tell them how much you know they're you know they're they're meant to the group or to the team you know give constructive feedback continuously that helps the client the employees feel seen and fills heard and understood and again feels valued within the workplace right so you can keep the jews blur but give me flake schedule right because you want to be able to know like well you know they take care of the external that's external stun you know want the juice bar i want the free gym pass you know i want a friend of mine they really really amped up their wellness program at her company and she's like oh yeah i just finished doing i don't know if she was making a vase it was was i was like what are they do you ever doing knitting and like all these really cool things but i said how important is that to you birth the fact that you've come back from terni leave and you've talked to your manager who's i see leadership skills in you i want to send you to zona for some leadership training and let me know when you need to take time off to like pick up kids right and so that balance is what makes her wanna push harder as an employee because my within the workspace you've given me you know nice selfcare things that i can do it by leave the workspace i still know that you are like investing in me you know whether it was the flex time or job growth yeah so what are some of your favorite resources for people who want to learn more about like emotional intelligence or like how can create healthier workspaces so i was thinking about this because they're to resources that i usually give my clients whether they're you know incorporates bases or not and i'm always like let's start with the self awareness but then also let's take care of the goals and so work life balances myth it's more work life lime meant so how are we creating a life that we want so a great book that i think everyone should have you know in their library is the twelve week year by brian ramona phase lasting moran michael lending ten 'cause they do a lot of mindset work and having you really stop into evaluate you know what.

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"twelve week" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To the woman physical or mental health risk of fetal defects and cases where the woman can demonstrate a lack of financial resources to care for the child can you imagine in america asking a woman to say oh prove that you're too poor for this kid did the government you imagine how the left would react to that in germany abortions after the twelve week are completely banned in case except in cases of serious threat to the mother's physical or mental health women who want a first trimester abortion a first trimester abortion that's the thing that roe versus wade guaranteed was would you'd have access to they are subject to a mandatory three day waiting period and a counseling session that means that germany germany is more restrictive than almost all of the united states including utah abortion in belgium is legal until twelve weeks after conception and there's a required for women to have six days of counseling prior to the abortion god made the universe in six days long time in fashion forward france abortion is also legal only up to twelve weeks in finland abortion is available up to twelve weeks of pregnancy if if a woman can provide a social reason for seeking to terminate her pregnancy such as poverty extreme distress or already having at least four children which if you're a fifth child right now you realize really sucks like you can't really deal with v one in italy a woman has ninety days from the date of conception to request request request an abortion under the law the termination must be due to health economic social or family reasons in switzerland abortion is legal up to twelve weeks if if if a woman files a written request stating that she is in a situation of distress then the doctor has to give her a comprehensive information about the procedure then the doctor has to discuss the decision with her in detail then the doctor has to give her an information sheet with the addresses of counseling services where she can get moral and material help and be informed about adoption switzerland in portugal a woman can only get an abortion up to the tenth week after a mandated three day waiting period abortion is illegal in poland except for cases of rape fetal malformation or serious threats to the woman's health and dora allows abortion only in cases where it is necessary to save the life of the pregnant woman and abortion is entirely prohibited in malta do not go to malta for your abortion or liechtenstein also bans it as well how many states in america ban abortion entirely if i remember correctly the answer that is zero we act as if the rest of the world has embraced this where we really are on the other side of it the most abortion friendly countries in europe are more strict than almost all of america the most restrictive countries in europe are tougher on abortion than all all of america and europe is supposed to be more enlightened than the united states we're told that over and over and over again and maybe the truth is for this particular topic they actually are glenn back agree disagree it doesn't matter as long as you think glen banks on kfi am seven hundred tucson's most stimulating talk your fumbling around in the dark somebody hands you a flashlight you'd take it right nobody wants to be left in the dark well we're left in the.

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"twelve week" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To the woman physical or mental health risk of fetal defects and cases where the woman can demonstrate a lack of financial resources to care for the child can you imagine in america asking a woman to say oh prove that you're too poor for this kid to the government you imagine how the left would react to that in germany abortions after the twelve week are completely banned in case except in cases of serious threat to the mother's physical or mental health women who want a first trimester abortion a first trimester abortion that's the thing that roe versus wade guaranteed was you'd have access to they are subject to a mandatory three day waiting period and a counseling session that means that germany germany is more restrictive than almost all of the united states including utah abortion in belgium is legal until twelve weeks after conception and there's a required for women to have six days of counseling prior to the abortion god made the universe in six days long time in fashion forward france abortion is also legal only up to twelve weeks in finland abortion is available up to twelve weeks of pregnancy if if a woman can provide a social reason for seeking to terminate her pregnancy such as poverty extreme distress or already having at least four children which if you're a fifth child right now you realize really sucks like you can't really deal with a fifth one in italy a woman has ninety days from the date of conception to request request request an abortion under the law the termination must be due to health economic social or family reasons in switzerland abortion is legal up to twelve weeks if if if a woman files a written request stating that she is in a situation of distress then the doctor has to give her a comprehensive information about the procedure then the doctor has to discuss the decision with her in detail then the doctor has to give her an information sheet with the addresses of counseling services or she can get moral and material help and be informed about adoption switzerland in portugal a woman can only get an abortion up to the tenth week after a mandated three day waiting period abortion is illegal in poland except for cases of rape fetal malformation or serious threat to the woman's health and dora allows abortion only in cases where it is necessary to save the life of the pregnant woman and abortion is entirely prohibited in malta do not go to malta for your abortion or liechtenstein also bans it as well how many states in america ban abortion entirely if i remember correctly the answer that is zero we act as if the rest of the world has embraced this where we really are on the other side of it the most abortion friendly countries in europe are more strict than almost all of america the most restrictive countries in europe are tougher on abortion than all all of america and europe is supposed to be more enlightened than the united states we're told that over and over and over again and maybe the truth is for this particular topic they actually are glenn mercury now on iheartradio at eleven ninety this is jay ax.

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"twelve week" Discussed on Workforce Success Podcast

Workforce Success Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on Workforce Success Podcast

"Using their ovens on a sunday where they weren't baking bread so we had the opportunity to pop up and make pizzas there on a sunday afternoon and not allowed us to trial our product get at the people and build feedback building off back and then have confidence when we opened our first venue september twenty twelve and from then we've just just focused on on on that product from the base up so working on the simplest thing which is the dough because and making sure that everything else we put on top is absolute quality and then along with that is the people and building a really good service team both chefs in front of house and through having a lot of fun doing that we've just grown and and today we sit out about forty staff with four locations we do have a fifth one which is a pop up it's a twelve week residency in market in lewisham so i guess you could say five for the moment okay yeah yeah no that's good round number so when you first started you got use of this decide like a bakery facility yup did you have to do much work adapting the facility that you had that sort of your purposes or did it just sort of just click it worked to some you know we had the the evans were mostly baking ovens it didn't go quite as high as pizza ovens do now so we had to really push it and and i guess i would say the product is a lot different to what it was then we've obviously excelled in in developing that the bakery yeah had it's kind of limitations in space but we we managed to get around it i mean i remember having to cut pizzas on trump more and slice and throw them onto a plate really quickly and then work around bakers who were also prepping and doing other things so yeah it was quite fun time on sunday then you might do and sometimes that is some of the parts about selling you business like you kind of look around you like wow what we're actually making it happen.

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"twelve week" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

Motorsports Monday

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

"I think it's a lot of little thing you know from what i see so far in the first twelve week here you know there's there's just some details that we've got to you know gotta do better we've gotta clean up i've got a do better on restarts i've got it we've got to do better on on you know you track position and that starts on friday we've got to qualify better on fridays this weekend was the first the first weekend where we've gone up front and it just makes the whole weekend more when you qualify front heart rates up front you get a chance to tune and work on your car and clean clean air and and you know if you can come down pit road and execute on pit road and you keep your car up front it just makes the the whole race go a lot more smoothly and and then you know puts him better position all night to to have a better finish so i think that's the biggest thing we've gotta do is discontinued to to work on our execution throughout the weekend it starting from unloading to qualifying and then going through the practices and and again i think that's just gonna come with time and experience and the more that you know we start to build a notebook and we start tied dented trends of of what i'm looking for in the race car and how you know how we make speed together and how to offset that compared to our teammates because you know we all have the same product we all have the same cars in our cars are are obviously very fast but then when you across the board at all.

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"twelve week" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"And celebrated with family and friends and all the things and then you know over the weekend had some time where just had an opportunity to just think and look back over the twelve weeks and many times i share with you lessons that i learned and you know i felt like today as we start a new week many of you need to hear i think the takeaway lesson if i were to some all of the lessons up in synthesize those lessons into one major takeaway from this training something i had never done before half marathon never really been serious about running at all this is the lessen the pain of progress is way better than the pain of regret that's it the pain of progress is so much better it's worth all of the pain and it's so much better than the pain of regret now let's be honest for a moment all of us can pinpoint moments seasons in our life where we quit are we didn't handle a situation well and there's regret attached to it maybe a broken relationship that has yet to be healed a dream that has yet to be to yet to be pursued whatever it is i want for a moment the tickets to a yucky place because it's important i want you to think for just a moment of things in your life that you truly regret an action or an inaction those are the two buckets put regrets and right either an action that you took your grete and you and you haven't got redemption of it and even if you've been forgiven you still you think about it and it makes me uncomfortable and you wince but a really wanna focus on the emotion of regret i'm not trying to drudge up old painful things but i do want us to feel for just a moment the visceral feeling of regret and it is awful now let's get out of that ugly space now that we really truly know whatever caused the regret regret itself sucks it's awful eats away at us it's a cancer some looking back on the twelve week training period and there were many times in my runs i'll never forget i'll take you back to the the the long.

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"twelve week" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"Yeah beautiful so if you go to twelve week year dot com lord slash ramsey oh two options there one you can get a free video introduction course so i'll go into more detail on pack low more for you the other is you can get the book at a discounted price plus the videos plus some sample plans and some other goodies like that so more time hit the website twelve week your dot com one two week year dot com forward slash ramsey there it is brian thanks for being with us appreciate hanging out in our new studio big thanks brian moran again for being with us i know that that helped you speaking of helping you the entree leadership team as we have come to expect gives you a great resource every episode this episode we're going to give you the gold tracker this is an absolutely free is going to help you create unstoppable momentum now you just heard brian and i talk about how important it is to keep score so the goal tracker really is a scoreboard we know that goals need to be specific they need to have a time limit and you need to write them down this this goal tracker tool you're going to be able to put all your goals in the different categories whether that be career family financial social physical beyond once you got them categorized you can create an action plan and a target date to achieve the goal folks if you've got a dream you're going to get there by ccomplish goals those are the milestones along the way here's how you get the resource it's helped so many people on most popular resources you can text the phrase goals twenty eighteen that's goals no space goals two zero one eight that's goals two zero one eight he takes that two three three four three three four four four or you can get the link to this great resource in this episode show notes at entreleadership dot com while we're on the subject of free tools about our friends at infusion soft giving you the two thousand eighteen small business trends report listen we're not done with two thousand eighteen yet we've got.

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"twelve week" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"To you you're saying now's the time to scale what are your hopes and dreams as being part of this capital innovators cohort and is it weird to have a physical product when everybody else is dealing with one's zeros and some sort of cyberworld yes it is weird because they're all talking about things i don't understand and but it's it's good because it's been a learning experience for me in the way you boil it down businesses business and so we're all learning from each other and helping each other out as well and you know scaling is is a scary thing because you can only get one chance to do it your your skin feeling dry and and so we want kind to kind of be the new sort of household name in bath and bodycare and really world domination what's the future of where i'm going to be able to find or the likely customer is going to get your product is it going to be direct from you is going to be physically going into a whole foods or chinooks or is it going to be one of these you know target restock boxes those kinds of things where i get a subscription to your soul a lot of all of the above possibly we have a retail store right now but what we're really focusing on through this twelve week program is ecommerce and really bringing more awareness nationwide and so that people can order directly from us on our website but also like you know expanding our involvement with whole foods so that we're nationwide with whole foods are we're nationwide with other chain type grocery stores that are in the natural marketplace really being available to everyone everywhere to be very accessible and to be sort of wherever you go there we are kind has like it feels really good i i feel like if i'm soaping up with kind i'm gonna start my day in the right direction and we could all use a little bit more kindness in.

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"twelve week" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Than 2017 let's move on increase in minimum wage guy uh tell us a little bit about the new labour laws affecting people's hourly wage yes we can start with minimum wage goes up to ten fifteen hour for small businesses eleven dollars an hour for larger businesses i think the bigger changes are actually in employment law there's expanded parental leave so if you're working for business with between twenty and fifty employees your now eligible for the twelve week job protected prensa leaving the state or not paid but not paid uh and then you know if it's a new year new you new job there's also a new rules regarding the application process so employers can i ask you about past salary and they also can ask you about your criminal record right the band the box law path is now statewide and that of course for felons they don't have to identify themselves as such during a application process now of course minimum wage in places like san francisco and other counties where there's a high cost of living that's already exceeds the eleven dollars per hour marie so why did the state legislature tackle these workplace issues you know the going back to the minimum wage law this was of the that actually happened in spring 2016 and i think you can really market as a turning point m a national conversation about this issue california and new york were sort of at the same time pushing forward uh these increases it actually ended up coming to the legislature in part because labor groups had threatened the ballot measure and jerry brown the governor wanted to kind of had that off but i think in general um you know you see this push on the left in the democratic circles for more sort of workerfriendly laws i think sort of resurgence of some of those core.

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"twelve week" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The community to maintenance childcare so they can have well uh uh forty percent of our presidents are over the age of sixty two so a good number of our residents are actually retired um and have worked in an you know oftentimes and uh public sector etc um your your your listener absolutely right and we do have a variety of programs that um are creating pathways to opportunity for residents whether that be to actual jobs housing authority or to other industry thieves shouted a program called food business pathways what's this is one of my favorite programs it was i'm actually started prior to us coming but we expanded it which is people who were making further know the churches baby gap toothed sperm or the or the baby shower and we realized we had all of these entrepreneurs living in our our in our in housing and you know how could we help leverage and connect them to actual careers and so we partnered with the small business services city and and many other partners an over the course of a twelve week syrian these a cohor to folks go through training they develop business plans they good they get discounts in terms of the the needed license strict leithauser they get mentor ship and at the end they have a business and a business plan that's ready to go eight we've had two hundred people go through the program an and are now partnering with industry to do more on previous shows were we talked about a people who've been imprisoned being reintroduced into society we've talked about the that many of.

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"twelve week" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on WEEI

"Twelve weeks so as i mentioned before the family medical leave act provides it wider ali providing a war uh work in in in a four employers than employ fifty or more people over a 75 mile radius and have worked one thousand two hundred fifty hours a year so it doesn't cover most workers this would cover most workers so importantly even if you still only took four weeks after you yeah when you had your baby you would you would be guaranteed your job when you've got back and you would have wage replacement so it it it it may not change the culture um but it becomes a oh and employment protection that just makes sense and it's unequally spread now i mean that that's the thing i think that's most worrisome to me or to two aspects one is women tend to take more leaves them man one though only one to get pregnant but to they also tend to do the care leaves they take care of ill children particularly ill spouses and ill parents other men actually take care of your parents as much as women do on so even if they earn as much as man or worked for the same employers and get the same replacement because they take leave longer they tend to be penalized by not having paid leave the other group are our lo lower income workers lowerwage workers and those are disproportionately um a black workers latino workers um and it really it contributes to our current levels of wage inequality because it's essentially wage benefit inequality so one thing this does is it may not change the culture but it it should help reduce sonera's wage benefit inequality that that is to into a solitary system you've written about how of support for working mothers in particular leads to the neglect of children can you talk about that connection i don't know if i've talked about it leading to the neglect but i think what happens with low income mothers particularly single mothers when they have to take a leave a is that traditionally many of them have fallen back on the campaign assistance is have called welfare but in the 1990s we under in welfare as we know it so that backup system often isn't there and so what happens i think with a lot of low income were low wage mothers is either they returned very quickly to to.

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"twelve week" Discussed on Read to Lead PodcastRead to Lead Podcast

Read to Lead PodcastRead to Lead Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"twelve week" Discussed on Read to Lead PodcastRead to Lead Podcast

"That haven't made it on yet but that should mean we can't dive in and discuss their latest book right well that's exactly what i want to do today one of my favorite books that i read earlier this year it actually came out in two thousand thirteen is it will call the twelve week year get more done in twelve weeks than others do in twelve months it's by brian moran and michael lending lynton both this book and another book i read for the first time earlier this year deep work by cal newport have revolutionised how i work and i think they can do the same for you i've created a six page magazinestyle book summary four the twelve leakier and if you'd like to pick that up it's as simple is going to the show notes page created just for this episode download that free sixpage summary when you go to read the lead podcast dot com slash one eight three for episode 1 83 again that's read to lead podcast dot com slash one eight three it has a business owner i use lots of online tools to help me run my business and in one of my favorites is the organization that's sponsoring this episode of the podcast i'm talking of course about cloud accounting software fresh books and i truly believe that there is no better way to run your small business than with a solution like this one fresh books can help you track profit and loss accounts aging invoiced details expense reports a time entry details of that's applicable to your business payments collected you can create professional looking invoices in less than thirty seconds.

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