12 Burst results for "Twenty Challenges"
Burn It All Down
"twenty challenges" Discussed on Burn It All Down
"That is basically whatever orlando needs to do. She's gonna do and that type of mentality is incredible. It's incredible the level of fitness is incredible but just also the technical ability the wariness the intelligence to be able to be effective on whatever line. She's in whatever line. she's trying to break or help. Strengthen she's been incredible so yes you better be you the short answer. She better be. If you say that you're looking at and wwl performance isn't like that it's the truth of how you wanna go forward to taking this team. There is absolutely no reason. Why tillerson upbeat honestly name on the team sheet. I mean we've made some jokes like i've made jokes at us. She played centre-back. May jokes that she's played outside back handed. I remember when they played at home. It was really like. I was sitting right between center bags and heading the ball out from corner like i don't know any other player who will just like. I was saying to slot into absolutely any position to put her team in like in the best addition. I can't going forward all right. Well you heard it here first Wlac oh you're listening. So this is good come blabber call eight now so we're looking at wwl standings right now. Of course games are always happening. Things are always changing. You've got portland up. Top not a surprise oral rain at one. Talk about laura being minute The courage which i am gonna get to carry to see a game that is happening But the number number forty five. The orlando pride. A team that struggled in recent years. I mean we all remember what it was. It just seems like it was five years ago but it was during the challenge cup. Of course last year couldn't come and you know didn't get play during the regular season which we all know is so disappointing for those players by. They've had a midseason coaching change. Which listen to our tuesday pied is something that almost all teams have been through more. Midseason coaching changes than non district customary concentration. Wfl the happens. You're actually like on the outside. If you haven't changed head coaches the season and then wfl which is one of them. Were startling statistics. I've ever heard everything i mean. It's the epitome of that like everything's on fire. Everything's fine me. But anyway when i look at this team on social media and i look at their celebrations. It looks like no team is having more fun over the past month. Then the orlando pride and that they're playing with a certain level of freedom. Am i wrong for way too much into instagram here under. No you're not wrong at all. I don't think. I think that that's the accurate observation because they absolutely. I mean stuff like that carries over. We know that teams are teams of people. And this is kind of how people operate when you're feeling better when you're feeling good around crew that you've been you know you play but and and soccer's such connected game that you have to be on the same page so i think they had a couple of things you know. I think they were obviously had a long time off. As you mentioned they missed the twenty twenty challenge cup. They were really ready to play together. You saw that and you saw how differently. They played honestly under their old coach scanner. Who wanted to create art and then realize the in wwl isn't gonna allow him to do that. You're going to have to actually coach team. The way the operates and or perhaps he just wasn't skilled enough to do what he wanted to do. No different discussion. But when he leaves you see an additional boost of excitement because becky burleigh comes in you know. One of the few women head coaches in the nws l..
"twenty challenges" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"That's going on tomorrow. That's the sun bus show. That's a local almo- partial Put on by mo pars unlimited and. I'm gonna go tomorrow steve. You're going to go tomorrow. Are you going to bring your challenger this time or no no. I'm bringing my truck and a trailer try to unload a whole bunch of parts. That evidence storing for years. Yeah what prices are going for now. But i'm gonna figure it out. Probably give people good deals. I hope all right get get their cars gone. That's a that's hard to find in the mo- par world right now so illegal. I'm excited i like swap meet. So i'll i'll bring a couple of hundred bucks and see what you got. Yeah got challenger body stuff. I probably just as much. I'm not bringing about bring next year but I have to talk to swing parts. Yes yeah. I've got three of them here now. Yeah so steve. You've been in a mo- parts for a long long time. And we met. Because i saw your eight green challenger tell us about that challenger well man it summer nineteen ninety ninety. One saw ads a little nicole. Bill yellow newspaper. Some people who don't even remember those things. But i do. I called the guy up. He's out lopez island said challenger for sale or these as well as a ta. I go what i'll be right up. Asked my boss got kid out of school jumped on a ferry boat and with that Lopez island and it. Well that was thirty years ago and Man i've been buying and selling parts that must don't twenty challenges in my life Itself parts. I put that thing together myself. I didn't do was painted myself. I did everything else it I sold parts traded parts despite everything original pieces. I don't know aftermarket stopped. The car was running driving fifteen hundred dollar car back then. Raising drove it home and torn apart. And i literally had four people. Pick it up and put it on a trailer to get now. It was all in pieces for many many many years. Yeah it's beautiful car it is it is. You could eat off that thing. That was so clean. I you know. I'm not just tooting your horn. Because you're here right now but it was one of the cleanest cars at that show. I was like wow this crazy. And you're right there with all the wing cars. And i was like this challenger i took. I probably took one hundred pictures of that car. Just because i'm a big fan of fa green and it just looked good is clean car but you had. You had a funny story steve. I remember you telling me about a girl sunbathing on this. Yeah i bought it from brother. His story that she got it for got a brand new for high school graduation and she would take it out down to the beach and there lay on the roof and sunbathe. Well i had to replace the roof. Because it was so doubt that i had to cut.
RFK Refugees Podcast
"twenty challenges" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"You know attention attention drawn to it. I think they made the mistake of the fact that the washington post is actually one of the better. I mean they now have they have to To beat writers now that are covering soccer. They have molly molly henze clancy and they have stephen. Golf molly. Let's be credit. I mean i. You know stephen gough for a long time has been the only person really covering soccer and he's one of the most well known sports journalists. Now they have to. And i think i think molly is really put herself before. A good article and really. She deserves a lot of credit. She was asking these questions that maybe people weren't asking or figure in trying to get the answers to i. I'd be very curious to know like the genesis of the story In sort of when it started when it started pick up because she's been working on this for a long time and hearing that. Lets me know this. This was the spirit trying to sweep this under the rug. And that's that's i think i think mali's i think her beat is actually investigative sports journalism. So they get my beyond. Just soccer might be all sports. But i think i swear. I swear that. I saw something a tweet from kyw a couple of weeks ago sort of sort of vague booking sort of being foreboding about sort of you know give strength to get through something and i think i think the spin i imagine that she was the centerpiece of this because she's been sort of outspoken. Not about her time with spirit. That's not what that's and in the article and what we'll sort of talk to the article of the air like the basically there were a number of players who Either retired from soccer left team because they couldn't deal with the abuse couldn't did not feel comfortable and you know she's one of the more notable players even though she played you know i think not at all and the challenge cup and then and then left. I think she was on trial at team in europe and then now as sort of like kind of tired. I don't know if you wouldn't go retire but is not playing anymore. But she yeah she's she's. She stayed quite quite quite literally. She's not gonna play soccer anymore. She is I i know people follow. I think she's trying to go to law school. I think that's what she said says which he's trying to do at this point so she is. Soccer is behind her at this point so anyway we'll get to the article again. This is all of this altar of. It's the post. So i would say it's alleged but i would say it's in sourced reporting at this point Basically an environment was created. Where it's not just a matter of a coach. that's that's loud and angry and yelling as you know. Many many coaches do throughout men's women's sports all over the place but it was described as verbal and emotional abuse targeted. Four players have let the spirit in the last two years specifically because of the treatment And that there. I mean there's other stuff in here about the n. word being used their stuff here about Other just sort of like other assistant coaches assistant coach tom. Torres was was apparently. Let go after hitting on players at the at the after party for twenty twenty challenged up So it's the art so put that to the side. The it is not uncommon for people to behave badly. Like an n fire. Like it's it's not good it's happens..
"twenty challenges" Discussed on Beyond!
"As like a geek like me who loves you know like little numbers and stats and stuff like that but It's it's super cool to see that and then nintendo was the as been the best selling console for the thirties. Thirtysomething montanaro He is getting a hand held. Like conrad like needles. It's pretty cool to see all these. Different companies are all of findings Success right now. I can't remember the last time. I really saw something like that. At this level you know we said it before because you know obviously anyone the the people who want to the the the people whose whose lives are only an allegiance to a specific box that they play games and like we are happy when everyone is doing well because that only increases the competition and increases each company to do more interested in things. Like it doesn't mean you need to compete on behalf of the company daily. Whoever you're rooting for will work harder to make you happy and do cool stuff right exactly. Every one of these things. Put two tiny fire underneath somebody importance ass. Yeah and that ask hot and they hop out of the seat and they make some decisions that ultimately a canon should make the consumer experience better. So yeah this this. This makes everything better for everybody yeah. I think it's something that we've seen time and again like when playstation has been on the losing side when they're not in first place in terms of sales we've seen the make a lot of really creative risks. I think like a lot of the the successes that we've seen from the. Ps four another psi generation. A doubling down on what their first party studios are grew during the ps three generation when they needed to get people over to their council because goofed tongue that launch so badly like that encourages those companies to be better and so even if playstation five is outselling xbox series like if that still doing well if the xbox is doing well and game passes doing well and switches doing well lazy will continue to want to find out ways to get people to still come to playstation yet man so i'm a frustrated with how sort of playstations been messaging stuff but i'm i'm relieved to hear that sold. Well there's there's always that chance that a system tanks and it winds up just wendling and that's it's cool. No that's incredibly stupid looking console. Sold well enough and we're going for it and that's good at the same time. I also we're seeing this gradual shift into cloud into subscription gaming. Obviously mobile's always been a big thing. It is deeply relieving. Console gaming is going strong regardless of what it is. That is so nice to hear. Because i don't like playing games on my phone and the screen is cracking it hurts. My thumbs screener cracked the screens. Actually fine but i'm too lazy to take off the screaming. That's that's probably like. I love playing playstation remotely. I'll deal with my own. Yes but i'm saying console gaming there was there were definitely moments in the league. The last fifteen years where. Some like stuffy. Ceo would get up and say something that would scare all of us deeply and make us wonder like is the future of console gaming dead. And it's it's awesome the know that it's not these are going to continue to go strong. I like having a big weird physical box tower thing underneath my tv at might look like a guy in the tuxedo. It's all about a video game console. Is that nobody can email you on a message to send you. Nobody's going to send you like a calendar. Invite unless you're some very weird indie game about calendars i must. I must tweeted this out. But like twenty. Twenty one challenge or twenty twenty challenge. Don't put slack or twitter or facebook or any of that trash on your steam deck. Just use it. The i know. I know it's a pc. Don't do it don't put any crap on your dumping it on your ps five hype with those touch pads. Quits atta here. Regardless of what apps we may be installing our steamed ex Just in terms of the games people have been playing on their. Ps also to note from the sales figures. Miles morella sold more than six point. Five million copies. They don't specify console assumed that his ps four five combined otherwise they probably would have said otherwise. Mlb the show. Twenty one is the fastest title in franchise history with more than two million copies sold across all platforms. That i love. I love this part of the press. Release so much. The game has reached more than four million players since launching on april sixteenth. How could that have happened if they only sold six million copies it's almost like it was l. Bond a subscription. I won the election by a landslide. It's almost as though dead people voting. For what i actually coast moving is something you do in soccer or football. But it's good to know that baseball could do that to. Let's see exactly you mentioned game. Pass yeah yeah. You're right that that is very fascinating. It's like we all know. It's they're like you guys would it. You made that deal. That's that's gotta be awesome for the studio. We're working on it like you know. Two million sales is tremendous or you know a a sports idol based on you know baseball but also four million people interacting with something that you just released a few months ago is is really really cool. I'm hannah can't understand how two million of those people are playing it without buying it. It's gotta be no way of knowing base in this. Wasn't this the first one. That was his cross platform at all. Yeah yeah completely yeah got. So that's that's pretty huge. I'd like yes okay And it's not even. It was only playstation xbox but i do think that deal opens it up to switch because nintendo had quote tweeted that announcement about the mlb. Making the partnership firm will be the show to be on all things so it'll probably come to switch at some point in the future as ri- right probably when we get a switch pro but anyway also mentioned from sales figures return has sold more than five hundred sixty thousand copies centralizing in april Obviously a smaller number than any of the numbers that we're.
The Ultimate Health Podcast
"twenty challenges" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
"The book they can access to this twenty one day challenge where they're gonna learn small ways to make what's essential easier. I set this whole academy up. It's we got hold phases the coming with it the been built with just rolled them out yet and i did it because i thought i spend too much of my life training and speaking you do it. Hopefully it's been a great experience but then you just have to do it again for the next audience and again and again there's no residual element to it and if you build the academy you build it once. Build it right which you can keep editing it of course and making it bathrobe over time but it's like done as people from i don't know how many countries countries all over the world every single day. When i wake up there are people that have signed up this twenty challenge. They're signing up for the academy and is while literally while i'm sleeping that's residual results if i died tomorrow that impact will continue books residual residual results right you rights essentially as once people can read all of the world and they do and it's an amazing thing and and with effortless to you right. It should amazing beautiful thing to me. The idea not just a residual results from financial benefit. But i mean from a just an impact benefit that you do it once but it keeps flowing to you again and again. So there's a whole variety of examples. But that's really the principle of effortless results and in the book. I think you use the analogy. Like compound interest where investing money in having that interest compound over time yeah exactly do us a concrete illustration of bound interest or compounding backed my friend jessica giant. A was in africa comes across his entrepreneur. Who's selling produce on the side of the road. And she just gets talking to her how to do business work while i buy it from a middleman subsistence. Basically right. she just has to go by everyday the produce. She thinks she can sell. And she's doing that..
Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
"twenty challenges" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
"So because i teach about whole grains in my hundred first foods list there's twenty different starchy foods including a bunch of whole grains that are really small little pieces that we know babies can't pick up on their own and we don't want parents to say oh. My baby can't pick up. Keen watt six or seven months of age or even eight months. They haven't gotten their pincer grasp yet. So i'm just going to go back to feeding 'em like refined white carbohydrates starchy foods. That's not what we want to happen. We want you to be able to feed those whole grain foods. And if you don't have my list of the hundred first foods yet. I give it away for free to everybody on my weekly workshops. The workshop is called. Baby led weaning for beginners. It's all about how to get your baby to eat one hundred different foods before turning one without you. Having to spoonfeed periods or by pouches and everyone on that free workshop gets a copy of the one hundred first foods lists one hundred first foods are divided into five different categories. So there's twenty fruits twenty vegetables twenty starchy foods. Twenty protein foods then twenty challenge. Category foods inside of the workshop is the foods that are in the challenge category and how to put these together in unison. In my five step feeding framework. So you're introducing your baby to five new foods a week but the starchy foods. Those whole grain foods. Parents always get tied up on the midday katie. What do i do with freika or wa or sewer gum and the answer is if you have cooked grains you can easily make a fritter so i wanna share the basics of baby led weaning fritters with you today here in this episode all right so just to make sure we're all on the same page here. What is a fritter came up further. Is a thing you fry. I like to think of it as like the size of a golf ball. And you smash it down flat and you make a little pancake or patty or a fried cake but for the sake of this episode. Let's just call them fritters and you fry them. Sometimes parents like wait a minute. Babies can eat fried food. Yes absolutely one of the benefits of frying foods in oil is that we're adding additional fat. So our babies are still getting. Most of their nutrition from breast milk or formula. Early on in baby led weaning but the fat or the oil that we fry the frittering. That's a way to add some great mouthful for your babies like fat. Feels really good on your tongue as you're learning how to eat even when you know how to eat. We also add some extra calories which down the road matters when they're getting more nutrition from food and less from milk plead also provides valuable nutrient fat. Which are babies need for. They're still developing brain. So yes we fry the fritters in fat. And i'm going to go through each of the ingredients might as well start with fat. People always say what sort of oil works. Best for baby led weaning. The answer is whatever type oil. Your family uses right. One of the best benefits of baby led weaning being able to use the same foods. The rest of the family. So i know personally in our house we use olive oil canola oil peanut oil but i particularly love avocado oil for baby led weaning and the reason why is because avocado oil has a really high smoke point. Meaning it's not going to get accurate is not gonna burn when you heat. It really high. Which is what you need to do in order to effectively. Fry a fritter. So i use a type of avocado oil. You can use whatever you can get your hands on. I'm in the united states. I like to not go to the store. So order online from primal kitchen. I am an affiliate for primal kitchen. I have a affiliate code. If you wanna check them out ten percent off anything at primal kitchen with the code ferraro ten. The avocado oil is awesome though high. Smoke point mild flavor profile. It's nice profiled. Unsaturated fatty acids are the heart healthy. Fats we just want to get in the habit of feeding our families. Those foods early. On so i like avocado oil. But you can use whatever oil you have on hand so that's ingredient number one the fat so let's get to the base of the for. I like to think of the base of the fritter as being the grain. The whole grain. This is an opportunity to put an otherwise hard to feed food like a h- cooked whole grain into a format that your baby can feed. And i like fritters base of a whole grain so i'm talking about keen watt or sorghum or millet or any of the other whole grains on the hundred first foods list the key with the whole grains is. I you need to cook them. So they're precooked right and this is a good thing to do with like leftover whole grains if you made something for your family farro salad. I don't feed babies salad for the most part because there's raw vegetables in there and we don't feed any raw crunchy or crispy foods to babies pulisic got some farro on hand. What's far. It's an italian rice. Basically but it's a whole grain and is cooked and pain. Cook it without broth or salt because we really want to minimize the sodium for and you cook your whole grain. You have to have dry whole grains soggy or soupy or wet whole grains are like torture to your fritter recipe. Everything's gonna fall apart if the brain's not dry so if you've ever heard that recommendation like if you're making fried rice that you use day older today older some cases a week old rice. It's all dried out right. You put it in your fridge fridge. Kind of sucks all of the moisture out of the grain the race whatever. It is and got nice dry whole grains that works great for your first base and sometimes it onto my act together like make the whole grain ahead of time. So one thing you can do. I have a salad spinner and salads in the heck out of the drains when they're done cooking to make sure there's absolutely no moisture on them. You can kind of lay it out on paper towels. Let him air dry for a little bit. But just stay away from soggy whole grains. Gotta be dry to make an excellent fritter all right. So you've got your fat. Now you've got your whole grain based i'll talk about ratios at the end the other thing. I always put in a fritter because why not is a vegetable. Whatever kind of cooked vegetables. I've got lying around. It will go great in a fritter couple of them. You can do raw. So i'll do like for example brussels sprouts if i shave him really thin when i fry them that heating component of the fat in the oil in the heat from the pan. That's all going to cook. The brussels sprouts soft enough for the baby to eat. But again we want to avoid raw crunchy crispy hard vegetables so if you have some broccoli. Let's say you guys had the other night and it's leftover chop it up real small or if you have a food processor you're like primed for further success because everything can just go in the food processor mix it all up in its fritter batter ready to go so you can do some cooked vegetable or leftover vegetable. I love to put it in a freighter. Another good advantage to fritters is you can also use them to incorporate. Cooked protein foods like me. I know a lot of us struggle with how to feed your baby. Meet safely if you've got some cooked meat you can cut it up released more. You can put it in the food processor and get it really small and then added to your friend or better. So i've got a lot of leftover turkey right now roasted a whole turkey. I love to turkey. When it's not thanksgiving feel. People only eat turkey on thanksgiving. It's a travesty As the dark meat is always safer for babies so legs wings thighs because there's more fat in their chop it up real small and throw it in batter. If you want to you can make vegetarian fritters. That don't have meat in them. If you prefer but the last ingredient that so important is the binding agent. What is the thing that's going to keep all the fritter batter together and the answer is in my standard fritter batter recipe. It's an egg now. Talk about what you do if you don't eat eggs in a second but basically yet add the egg both egg white and the whole thing into the fritter batter with the dry grain with a bit of vegetable with the meat. If you're adding it and mix it all up and the f. is kind of the moisture that makes the batter stick together and then you fry that fritter take them moist batter. It's moist not because you have what grains right it's moist because you put an egg in there and you scoop out of size about the size of a golf ball and the put some oil on your pin and you get it till it's shimmering starting to spit a little bit. Keep your baby away from the frying oil. You put the golf ball sized fritter batter into the pan. And i usually flatten it with the back of. It's like a tiny pancake that maybe is about the size of the palm of my hand. Hey and then. I'll fry that for a few minutes on each side until it's brown. I need the key. Is you want to make sure that the f. is set in the egg is cooked right. 'cause we don't want to feed raw or undercooked egg product to our baby so the protein in the raw egg white. That's in your fritter better when it comes into contact with the hot oil in the pan that protein coagulates and it cooks and it solidifies and kind of hold all the pieces of the fritter batter. Together you flip your fritter. Make sure it's brown cooked on both sides to get off of the pan. Put it on a plate maybe lined with paper towels to soak up a little bit of the oil. If you care you don't have to do that. Okay you let the fritter cool then you cut it into strips about the size of your adult pinkie finger put two or three strips of that into your babies bowl. I like the tiny bowls from easy peasy for trying new foods for my baby. They're able also works. Great the code katie. Ten for ten percent off at easy peasy fund dot com. If you want to try out some of these bowls but we don't serve babies food off of the high chair tray were directly onto the table. We want to serve them these strips of food out of a suction matt or bull as a pliable flexible bendable rim now. What if you don't eat eggs. Some parents say oh my baby's egg for it. Why would you be egg free for two reasons. You're either has a diagnosis allergy egg. Which point therapy is. Don't feed your baby eggs or your family's vegan meaning that you don't eat any animal foods so that would be two reasons. Why you'd want to abstain from or not. Use an egg in your fritter better. What can you do in place of an egg while i like to do a chia seed or flaxseed substitute in my experience chia seed substitute works. Better explain to you how that one works. Basically in a recipe in place of one egg you can use a combination of one tablespoon of chia seed combined with three tablespoons of water. You mix that together. I usually use my fork. Let it sit for about five or ten minutes till it gets a little bit congealed but not like super solid and then you mix it into the fritter better so you would take your grain. You would take your vegetable. You take the meat if you have any. And then add that eggs substitute mix it all up really well and then fry it exactly as i described with the egg just without the the chia seeds substitute works pretty well. Flaxseed works not as well in my experience as far as holding everything together but maybe you guys have a different ratio. If you do let me know what it is but again for the seat at one. Two three parts so one tablespoon chea mixed with three tablespoons of water. Now let's talk about the ratios gave. His parents are like yes. I know the basic ingredients but how much to be honest. It doesn't really matter. That's one of the beautiful things about baby led weaning right. Is it like you can kind of wing it when it comes to the recipes. We're not adding salt to this stuff. We're not adding sugar. Parents would be like. I love your almond. Flour mini muffins or baby led weaning. I'm like no you don't have. You actually tasted than they taste terrible but babies love them. So point is you can add salt. I make fritters all the time for baby winning for work and then i'll doctor them up a little bit for the rest of my family. That like wants some salt. Don't be afraid to season your babies foods. i'll also add any sort of seasoning or spices. That i have around the house into the fritter batter. It's a great way to pre vehicle for a new flavors to your baby. If you guys are interested in spices. The brand that i love and that i work with is called spice house they have the most delicious amazing array of seasonings. Also have some great salt free options too. So i have a code for them as well. This is also an affiliate code. The code katie. Ten get you ten percent off a minimum purchase of twenty five dollars or more. They have this salt free spices deluxe gift box. That it's eight jars of like different seasoning blends but without soul. So it's safe for you to add into the foods that you're going to feed your baby because we don't wanna be shy about seasoning. Our babies foods. We just want to stay away from doing added salt so back to the ratios. I generally will do quick rule of thumb from doing a furhter better one cup of cooked dry grain. A half a cup of cooked vegetable chopped up a half a cup of cooked protein or meat. Fish whatever's laying around chopped up. And then one to two eggs it depends. I usually start with one. I throw everything in the food processor. I put whatever seasoning. I'm doing on top of that. Sometimes the meat was already seasoned or the vegetables season. If everything's kind of bland. I'll put dill in there are. I'll put turmeric in there. As best thing about babies. They'll eat anything. Mix it all up in the food processor and then kind gauge like okay. Is it moist enough to like to not be a dry bread product. We don't want to serve that to babies. But like i don't want it soupy and running not gonna even form into a nice further batter so somewhere between one to two eggs. You kinda gotta gauge it yourself. I start with one. And i would say usually with the two cups of ingredients that i just described a couple of the grain a half a cup vegetable and a half a cup of the meat i generally add. A second eck depends how big your eggs are too though right so so somewhere between one to two x. I know you guys like specific recipes but this one you just kinda gotta play by ear put one to two tablespoons of oil in your pants again. Bigger pan might need some more oil. Take get it nice and hot fryatt few minutes each side the key is to let it cool though we do not wanna burn our little babies mouths with these fabulous fritters that we are making and when you get out there and you cut it up the strips and you put it on the plate you might notice on sometimes depending upon which ingredients using. It might be a little on the dry side. So we do want to make sure we're offering fritters especially dry protein and dry starchy foods with sauces sauces and dippers toppers make baby led weaning foods. Safer for the baby to eat with parents would be like yaba. What kind of sauce. Because if you go to the store and you'll look at the nutrition facts panels of moss's her way too high in sodium to feed the babies so actually have a free download for you that has five low sodium b l w sauce recipes and every single recipe in. This sauce. handout goes great. On top of baby led weaning fritters so inside of this free download. There's five different sauces. Tell you real quick what they are but we have a great japanese. Sesame sauce actually called goma dotty caitlin. Who's a dietitian that helps us here with all the baby winning content. She adapted her mom's goma daughter recipe to make it appropriate for babies to have her baby led weaning. So that's kind of a kuwaiti. Introduce sesame to one of the big eight ounce number nine allergenic foods. I've got a low sodium marinara sauce in there. So if you're like you're doing posit introduce your baby to wheat. You're like i don't want to add something to it. You can't just take regular sauce off the shelf way too much sugar way too much salt. This is a low. Sodium no added sugar low sodium. Marinara sauce also got a chimney curry sauce in there. So for those of you that are doing different meats or you're doing some leftover cuts of beef that you've made safe for your baby to have in a fritter puts them shimmy cherry on it got an i only sauce recipe in there. Great for dipping was really great with a lot of the protein foods that were introducing to our babies as well as a peanut satay sauce again. Five free baby led weaning low-sodium sauces available for you all linked to them the show notes for this code. If you go to be l w podcasts dot com forward slash. One four three. That's where you can find the episode. Hear them talking about with the fritter stuff. And i'll mention the ratios again. Because i know it's annoying when you're listening to a podcast about food and they're mentioning numbers and ratios and you're like i'm trying to listen here. I'm not writing this down. It all on the show notes where you check it out at be l. w. podcast dot com forward slash. One four three. And if you're on instagram. Tag me in your picture at baby lead. Wing team of the fabulous baby led weaning fritters. That you're making for your baby and let us know what ingredients you're putting in your bmw fritters..
The Unstoppable Woman®
"twenty challenges" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®
"Okay. So that's your list challenges and you're going to want to write down the challenges for each step okay so now. You might have zero challenges for one step. Oh i know how to do that. Could execute on that right now with no problem but another step. You might have ten or twenty challenges. Like oh i need this. I need this. I need this. I need this instead of doing what i just demonstrated which was like you are going to go into creative problem solving mode and go. This is a challenge. This is a challenge. This is a challenge. This is challenge. I could solve it in these ways. Okay i can solve it in these ways so you don't wanna look in terms of marketing sales operations systems. Knowledge team support available time family issues family lack of support experience so low lack of experience. Confidence fear mindset all of this stuff. Okay what is it. That is stopping you. So let's do a few more examples so you need to invest in your business. Let's say you need to invest in coaching. Or you need to invest in team or you need to invest in software. You need to spend some money to to move through and get the help that you need to do the thing and you might be like. Oh i don't have the money okay. That is an excuse. It looks like you don't have the money and get that. There's no money in your bank account right now. But here's the truth. The truth is when the desires felt the supplies ready to appear. You don need to ask yourself. Well how would i get the money. Okay if i want it. And i want. It's true desire then i i will open right like i wanted to true desire. I'm not going to reject myself. I'm not gonna put myself off. I'm going to claim it. I'm going to say want it. So then the ways here. That's the law. It's the law. Polarity the ways here. And then i have to be open to receiving it. What are my ideas. How could i do that. And you brainstorm those ideas. Okay if if you have a question mark around marketing okay. Like in order to get the two this quantity of sales in my business. I need more leads coming in. So i i need to work on my front end my marketing. What would i. What would i need to do to work on my marketing. Do i need to hire someone. Do i need help. I need to learn how to do some sort of marketing process. Do i need to move past my visibility blocks or my fear of rejection blocks and start reaching out to my network my existing network. Do i need to show up more. What kinds of things come to you when you think about marketing. Same thing with sales. Do you actually know how like. Maybe you have plenty of people coming to you. But you're not converting them into two to sales what you need to do differently. Okay do you need to learn how to do sales. Do you need to realize that sales is service and not something that's makes greedier batter manipulative than it. Something you do for someone not to someone..
Video Marketing Value Podcast
"twenty challenges" Discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast
"Assuming they don't know who you are. What does that does that sentence seem to you. I think we're talking the same language. I mean mark sheridan who became popular with pools and spas. He was sort of the pool. Guy blogging guy. He wrote a book called. They ask you answer that. His whole philosophy whatever. Your customers are asking no matter what it is. Even if it undercuts your product you you should deliver that information to them. So that's the kind of thing we're talking about. I would go a little bit broader. And i like to say. Let's set up some listening posts. Which means are you talking to your audience in some way sending them an email following them on twitter looking at google trends looking at google searches. You get all these listening posts with that. You understand that audience better than anyone else. So then you can come up with your editorial in your content calendar and so if you're about to record a video and you don't know what you're going to talk about you've got big problem you should. You should have your editorial calendar already. Set to know here are the had an editorial meeting. We're we have the next twenty articles already set. 'cause we know these are the big twenty challenges that are content entrepreneurs dealing with and we've got a cover them so we're going bam bam bam going through the whole thing. Same thing with your youtube videos. Same thing with podcasts doesn't matter so Just so we understand what. The content filter tilt is in content inc. You talk the original content. We talked about it now. It's the name of your new business. The tilt Did what is the content till exactly. What does that mean you know. It's funny because the the tilt cave from if you watched the movie the matrix. Yes you probably have so so neo. The one goes in and he's about ready to he's about he's going to have the big meeting to figure out if he is the one and he says he's not six that boy and the boy is bending the spoons right into the spoon bending spoons and the boy says you have to pretend that there is no spoon and neo. Couldn't bend it but he could once. He tilted his head. That's where the tilt comes from looked at it differently and he was able to bend the spoon..
Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"twenty challenges" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Of leadership podcast. And now it's time for the twenty four hour. Challenge dr karen. Will you give that to everyone. Who's listening today. yes. I'd love to give the twenty four hour challenge. Part of being positive is every day being thankful and recognizing that in your business you are successful because of the people around you and the people in your business who are doing the work that they do. So here's your twenty four hour challenge. I want you to identify three people that you're going to thank and i want you to sit down and think about it and write down. What do you want to thank them for specifically. Don't go and just say thank you for being a great team member. This something specific this person has done a contribution that they are making when you go to them. Thanked them in that specific. Waste twenty four hours. And i want to be really specific about this since you were. Should they thank them in a particular way. Should it be voicemail. Should it be a phone. Should it be An email doesn't matter how they do it. All that depends on the context in which they are working so for example. If you're working face to face right now go talk to the person face to face and thank them face to face. If you're working virtually you could also call zoom meeting and thank them there and you know what. It's fine to leave a voicemail. It's fine to do something like that. I would say make it as close and personal touches you kin in other words voices better than email zoom better than even the voice and in person is the best. If you're in peterson i love that. I think it's a great twenty challenge. And i want you to know this. Is that special time of the show. Where i get to give you some loving. I want to reach out and give you a virtual hug. And tell you i love you. I'm so proud that you are on the planet right now making your difference in the world. We're here to help you make that difference in.
Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
"twenty challenges" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
"I'm your host tim. Russert owner and ceo the digital bank ford and co publishes a financial brand by now pay later solutions ronin promises new players and payment. Incumbents are battling for market share. This includes firms like a firm after play. Klarna quad pay sessile split is walls legacy payment firms like mastercard visa. Pay pal and amex. The question is whether these providers significantly impacted traditional point of sale carbs item or could damage the appeal of retail private label cards. There's also the question when the battle for the younger consumer who to payment option. We're forced to aid. Have adam hughes on the show. 'em is pregnancy old amount that offers a robust point of sale financial products week for banks and credit cards and the growth of the buy now pay later marketplace as well as how traditional finances to can remain competitive in this space so walker show adam. I'm glad we could have you on the show. Beat before we start. Could you provide our listeners. A short background on who. You are in a bit about amount thanks. Jim really said it'd be here so for your listeners. adam hughes ceo. Amount my background. I think is pretty unique in weeds into our story at amount. But i was employee one at a company called avant and co-founders avant brought me day to be the coo and and avant our strategy was to provide better credit products to what we call the near prime customer. That's a customer with a six fifty five score. And had ruben left behind the banks and they were selling for subprime brick and mortar experiences in are viewed avant was. There really shouldn't have to. And using your best. In class technology and data methodologies our goals provide them a much better digital experience in applying for banking products and ultimately much more prices. We didn't have a big branch network. We could drive a lot of that. Cost savings back to the consumer in the form of their apr. Over seven years at avant sowing as i was president for four years grew that business to over a million customers issued via the avante platform over seven billion dollars of credit originate on the platform ninety percent of which we actually she did ourselves and so during that time really became experts on things like digital customer experience fraud prevention account management and so in two thousand sixteen. We actually recognize that. Many banks don't have those capabilities especially in a digital fashion and so started a side business which called powered by avant. We started partying with banks in a white label basis to power various aspects of their digital strategy and so did exciting partnerships that banks regions bank banco popular really Shortly thereafter with big partnerships with hsbc td bank and a bunch of others recognize that there was a big standalone business here and so the next couple of years made what we think is a healthy steps sexy spin out the technology and actually affects rate that spout january one of last year and so jim wanna last year rebranded power by avant to amount separate the employee basis of vont became a customer on the amount platform very similar either bank partners so vonk goes to amount now for tekken did needs and we were often running and i came over from being president avant to be mri of amount and she won twenty twenty started as opposite big growth year for us with our bank partners. Look you to go big in digital fashion. The pandemic hit march. And there's lots of questions as all your listeners are are very aware and we're still dealing with but those questions for amount at least quickly turned into business opportunities every single bank. Ceo very quickly was dramatically increasing around things like how they digitize branch experience because branches were closed. How do they provide digital fraud. And how do they provide buy now pay later tools in products to their key merchant partnerships to keep those relationships amount is uniquely positioned because we can solve all three of those challenges in a fraction of time than a bank typically do it themselves and so what started as a lot of questions when the pandemic hit you know. Our sales pipeline increased dramatically. And we just saw a lot of opportunity both direct business by bank partnerships as well as a lot of indirect channel partnerships as well and so as part of that raise both our series b. in march where we raised fifty eight million dollars led chewy investors and then goldman sachs actually preempted our series c. In the fourth quarter to raise another eighty six million dollars in that route so overall twenty twenty challenging year but we raised over one hundred forty million dollars of equity capital we won a bunch of partnerships and twenty twenty. One for us is shaping up to be a big growth year as power and support our banks to joe strategies. Let's focus on by pay later. Initially what is the appeal of his former credit in the pandemic actually provide such a significant impact for growth. Well i think it's all drives from the consumer right so that consumers ray like these buy now pay later pointed sale financing products that allow them have much more transparent payment schedules. I product that a customer can come in especially a younger customer lake millennial or gen z. Consumer where they can pay the exact same amount each month over prescribed timescale whether it's three months four months six months twelve months. Whatever often at a lower. Apr then they're gonna ever see on. A credit card has become really attractive and because consumers like that products so much merchants are now wanting that to be on their platform to drive conversion as well as uptick in in cart sizes in us. Now banks are looking to provide that merchant partners to keep them and so it's all kind of related but it's really driven by consumers really liking this product in the transparency structure of it versus the more traditional revolving private credit cards offer. You mentioned that the users really liked to avoid the credit card fees higher rates of interest in and make purchases at may require extend payments over time. One of the other pointed as you referred to earlier is that something to resources option because they can't necessarily pass through a traditional credit check. Is this an opportunity or a threat for in the banking industry overall. We're we're offering you mentioned earlier. Lower credit line people opportunities to get credit in this kind of way the credit card space. It obviously massive right. You're talking about trying. Our market and so credit card is still the you know the highly dominant form of financing product out there. It's used by every single segment today in terms of consumers. But there's no denying the rise in in other. Buy now pay later tools especially with some of the younger demographics and so i think credit card companies and banks have woken up to that reality and to provide those finding tools to those customer segments as well as again give those practices To keep those relationships. I think you're gonna see every single credit card bank here if they haven't already within the next year nine only have the private label credit relations but also stand up those by now pay later products and whether they built themselves or they send up via partnership would like an amount. You know that's gonna be a decision that they'll need to make but it's become very important with the rise in that particular product that credit for companies stand up that form of.
EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"twenty challenges" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Be one of those. And a big all wheel drive vehicles that you you see on the roads talk range of four hundred and thirty five miles plenty of room for big battery pack in the stats wwl to pay of course Four three five miles seven hundred kilometers With a trailer though. That will guess significantly less one of those topics. That isn't talked about too much at the moment but will increasingly be as become more common sending a lot of nordic countries of era towing. He's incredibly important. Kind of norway and sweden excetera less so essential hit How to call with how bob. But certain countries find it very very important to be able to tell and reasonable weights as well reasonable distances. None of the white but the arrow drag is the real killer actually on towing so. I can see a point where you know. Diesel does stick around for just a little bit longer. Mainly food people that need kind of edge cases edgy use cases. The slow getting back on topic is going to be launched this year but the model is still undercover if the aeko s is to be the first all electric mercedes-benz e. q. Model coming to the. Us the suv devotion that has a chance to be second. Let's talk about the pandemic how it's affecting microchips might be interested to know that. Comic is already suffering because advanced electronics of weave their way into modern cars everywhere. The engine the infotainment system climate control sprinkled throughout the passenger cabin and the gains in immunity and efficiency. One of the reasons. Why the chips cars now but it leaves come make us which used to be entirely about mechanical engineering relying on semiconductors supplies to get the car out of the door over the past year it's been complicated because come because of slowed their production in the face of the pandemic also. They've had to slow down production of carlos because integrated circuit bold shortages of being traced all the way back to the beginning at kobe. That the first bit of last year says the hakodate website also forced to scale back production as factories close to avoid spreading the deadly virus. This meant slashing orders with suppliers particularly as the just in time nature of modern carmaking means. There's no space at warehouses to store excess parts to have a lot of storage around tier one supply of bosh noted. The shortage is particularly acute in parts used for engine and transmission control units and of course any pilot. A car made is essential to the car. It doesn't matter whether it's something which you might not see or something is crucial as the microchip makes the car work or you know if it's something is is nuts or a bolt. You can't send the car out. Incomplete the needs to be one hundred percent finished and actually you know the the. The chips are a very important part of the car. Now so you can't do anything with those cars even if you can make them on the production line to all the other bits if then available you can't sell a car. I get a car out the door. Loss of car makers have been affected by this all over the world. Actually but ev make us particularly as well in china. If he w had Many thousands of cars just waiting to have chips added in a first look then headline story. Today tesla's new structural battery pack. This is very interesting. Electric of obtained the first picture of tesla's new structural battery pack. It's honeycomb architecture if you look at it from a top down look at it from above and it looks like a honeycomb pattern and currently tesla battery packs by taking all of those small cylindrical cells. Whether it's the the slightly smaller ones the all bigger than aa batteries. You might imagine in your head now but slightly ones in the model s. and the bigger ones in the three in the why but they are all many. Thousands of batteries go into cells. Go into a battery. They put them first into a module then they put them together to form a battery pack fewer modules in the caused that do less range more modules in the cars that go further now. The battery pack is installed into the vehicle. The difference with this new concept tessler using using the modules instead they take the cells put them directly into a structure that is the battery pack according to electric The structural battery pack is expected to be used in the model y coming out of berlin in the model s. plot version. Now this image. They've obtained shows the battery pack without any of the cells in so this is an empty caucus and showcases this honeycomb design if the packing because it hasn't got any of the cells in you can i can easily imagine them just being dropped in so the the structure that they've pictured is the floor plan of the car that skateboard design. So it's pretty much the width and length of the car. At least between the axles and the battery pack has a solid sides and underneath but the top is the top is open with a whole each of the larger that been called the biscuit tin batteries. But that's a terrible way of describing it. Because if i've got presented a biscuit to withhold about three biscuits this size It's more like a can of beans like a big can of beans or a big can of Of vegetables or something. But you'd get so that's more the size of these these cells they drop in. I can imagine then either. Recover going over the top or something. The the thamel management looks like it runs down the sides as well so that will be the liquid cooling really fascinating way off of putting these cells together not naturally as you can imagine comments. Sections of protests low websites. Absolutely full of people saying tesla many years ahead of the other car makers simply buying parts off the shelf and assembling them and the other car makers have no idea. What doing tesla's so far ahead. I'm not arguing with those people who are completely one-sided an city any other option going for the great great be made by somebody else but there is an element of truth to the fact that tester already innovating here with battery pack manufacturing. How how it's put together at the moment from what we know from around the world this would be for unique way of making an any and so it's not the only time that cells are being made into pack. Be widely a chinese company at doing that already. For instance they were already using the fbi. Batteries that tesla subsequently used in that shorter range chinese cars and so other people are using these techniques already in terms of the baroda techniques for the white tesla are executing and look very innovative to me a really special way of doing it and so we look forward to look forward to those calls coming off the production line. We think june july is going to be model y in germany really super super interesting can't white to To find out more about them at some point somebody will buy one tear it down take it apart and we'll see what actually What it actually looks like. Let's move onto talk. Trucks pressure is coming in from vw. that scandia division. The rapid development of electric solutions for heavy duty vehicles includes the fast advancement of battery technology in terms of energy storage capacity per kilogram or the charging time the charging cycles economics per kilogram improving rapidly. And that means solutions coming online. Which more effective for long distance commercial trucking and that is overtaking scanning is fossil fuel powered solutions. They say they've already launched a fully electric truck and a plug in hybrid truck as well and a few years time scanning wants to have long distance electric trucks doing so forty ton. Trucks the biggest That you would normally see on the road by twenty twenty. Five skinny expects electric vehicles account for around ten percent of that total vehicle volume sales in europe Fifty percent of the title vehicle sales expected to be electrified by twenty thirty. And of course. Dr rules over here in terms of the european rules on how long out to dry full then how long you have to rest for an top speeds and all is gonna think so. Perhaps i'm thinking of places like the. Us where long distance trucking is perhaps Do a bit of a different beast. As in the trucks go faster Like a further and you can drive long distances but certainly over over here you are legally obliged to stop and take safety break and then when you plug in of course electric trucking and mike a lot more sense because when you stopped you will be charging. Let's talk about an area that has gone. All electric is going on electric with school. Buses miami dade county public schools the decision to convert its fleet from diesel to electric. This push was driven by a student. Could holly thorpe. She's a middle school students who used his science fair project to convince the school board to make the switch. Says cleans attica love this story. Superintendent alberto cavalo. Shed the good news with thought that the district was applying for federal grant. Money of two point eight billion dollars at as a part of that will result in spending money from the vw dieselgate. They say that we're finally going to turn yellow school. Buses green transportation is the largest source of greenhouse gases and electric school buses essential for the health of students and drivers too many kids on those yellow school. Buses are holding their breath on the bus because the diesel fumes and school buses really interesting. Actually when you think about school buses they are used on typically shorter routes and they used typically twice a day. They tend to spend more of their time not driving than they do on the move so a lot of things like school. Buses are being talked about in terms of just ferrying out kids safely and securely to to get an education but also to win. Those victories not moving. What do we do with them. And that is grid other storing renewables story energy using them to store energy but also to back up the great at times when it is needed so grit support vehicle to grid or even vehicle to premises wherever those School buses are stored. Possibly even powering the very schools that they've taken the kids too so really really interesting things that we just haven't had to think about now with school buses the opposite of the conversation and it's a wonderful part of the conversation one of the reasons that i love talking about electric vehicles so much because it just makes so much sense now. The story has a smile on your face. Vermont had the highest number of public. Av charges per capita back in november. The number of public av charges across the country's been growing as of november vermont's had the highest number of public charges pet capita with one hundred and fourteen charges by one hundred thousand people followed by district of columbia and california. I think most people would think california would be number one but of course very population dense according to green congress twenty one states and the district of columbia have more than twenty challenges per one hundred thousand people not pretending that the job is done charging infrastructure but a great story nonetheless looking forward to seeing more charges around but just another brilliant feel good story to realized that Places around the us getting more charges and making that charging opportunity easier. Let's talk about the chinese company. Xiaopeng expanding the new autonomous driving features that they are putting into that calls for highway driving particularly a featuring all electric cars allowing their flagship piece seven. That is the low slung sedan very sporty looking for twix saloon sedan as well automatically do things like changing lanes speeding up slowing down. Overtaking cars and even highway on and off ramps is entering the highways and exiting highways. As well as a cnbc peng's new autonomy is challenge to tesla's similar system in china. The highway driving feature available on the premium version of the peace seven available to customers only in china but pretty much matching of what tesla will do that with expert. This cash sky is being rolled out some more more areas around the world and they're calling an electric car but is it really an electric car. Nissan's detail coming third. Recent generation cash kyw with two engine options. One of them though is a series hybrid now the nissan give it is e power. According to qasr guide the e pouch ryan is a hundred and forty kilowatt electric motor and the one point five liter four cylinder petrol engine the only way of moving. The car is with an electric motor on the front wheels so they call it an electric car. The only way of getting energy into it though is to use the engine to charge the battery of course is series or serial hybrid technology. But is it really an electric car. Nissan say this means the engine can run with an optimal range leading to superior fuel efficiency and lower. co two emissions compared to a traditional internal combustion. Engine says nason energy is recouped Jen of cool. So you can power the battery with some regions. It is good. it was good thing with the power. It uses the tech from the leaf so the pedals at one pedal driving again. It's good this is great but this shouldn't be a conversation around. What the co two emissions of this car if you're gonna call it an easy because the because plug socket. It's a series hybrid so anyway to move it is to put fossils and the mini istar burning stuff. I just think it's he shouldn't be calling the nissen. Wanna carry on making engines. All carmakers carry all making engines despite what they say because they got so much money invested over the long term in facilities to make combustion engines and so none of them. Wanna make a wholesale change to ev. They know they're going to have to over a period of time. They want to really eke out that every loss. You know done that. They've put into those facilities to make combustion and so nissan started that they're alone in this They talk a good game with a vase and the leaf and the but they also want to sell you an engine. Please don't be fooled by this description of e power being anything like an easy. I don't think it is. Maybe maybe disagree Let's talk supercars and remark is next the rim acce- on the school to The first year production is indeed sold out rumors that the seats would soda been speculation around for a while now in two thousand eighteen. They launched it and pretty much immediately. We had sought out not completely true. Remax ac- matei took to facebook yesterday to dispose rumors with a bit of context. The he confirmed the seats. Who wasn't sold out sold out. But he did add that. The first year's production is allocated says motor one. The company has the goal of Having the cows sales b twelve months rolling ahead of production which is a great goal to have because the company has yet to reveal the production version of the caused name or or any of the the final the the kind of final specs really the the c. It was clarified in his post. That sold to him Means the company has sold it to a dealer which is ordered. The model mattei has no concerns about selling one hundred and fifty versions of the c. Or even whatever. It's eventually cold and i'll link in the shirts if you would like to read a little bit more finally all historial per smile on your face. It made me chuckle. A mcdonald's will bring you a happy meal or whatever is your weapon of choice mackey. D's to your tesla supercharge while work continues at five how to convert an adjacent building into a convenience store coffee shop. Mcdonald's is taking advantage now. Five if i'm saying that correctly is going to be a north america's largest v. three supercharge and there's a mcdonald's next door according to drive tesla canada you can. There's a banner hanging on the side of that. Mcdonald's has recharged with mcdonald's usa role on twitter. He says that tesla drivers complacent order using the mcdonald's mobile app. Instead of entering a curbside number you enter the supercharge stole number that you currently own. They'll bring you order directly to us. Better be quick though because those v three super judges judge up very very quickly. I'm sure they will be. I love that. I love local business. You know that that franchise mcdonald's making the most of the best selling a few more happy meals. It's people charging up. They can sit there. You can have a bug you can watch your net flicks. You can charge very quickly question of the week. This week is all about your You'll moments when you realized one did you. I know you wanted to drive. And i'm being presumptuous. That everybody listening to this. Podcast does.
Trump laughs off potential 2020 presidential challengers
"Says he's not worried about any of his twenty twenty challenges so far in a Saturday interview. The president also saying none of the candidates in the running standout Trump pointed to his administration's accomplishments saying nobody can beat his record the