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"Wet is only fans. It is not a site that only sells electrical fans although you may find some pages that contain fans on them weird. Yeah because it was your first thought when you think of onlyfans a website that only fans if you literal now i understand what you're saying you like that but that's what. It is actually a nice summary. From men's health magazine explains that only fans which launched in two thousand sixteen allows users to post original content and sell to people who want to see it. There are chefs who share cooking. Videos and fitness instructors lead workout classes but the site has primarily become for the porn stars who have amassed a giant following. Most of those reforms charged upwards of five dollars for a month subscription. The maximum creator can charge fifty dollars a month plus extra for personalized photos and videos and tips are encouraged interesting. Okay that makes sense influence. A marketing hub. Kind of really breaks it down. Even further to your point they definitely say it's a monetize -able platforms that allows content creators to create these subscriptions with their their fans where they pay like you said x. Amount per month anywhere between five dollars to fifty dollars a month only fans retains a twenty percent fee so there is a fee per this type of service in argue sign up and they can also content. Creators also can have free pages where they can charge fans to access content via pay per view. So that's interesting to know and content. Creators have both the free page and a subscription page tha diversify and optimize their earnings. So for instance actor. Bela torn join only onlyfans and racked up millions of dollars in just a few days only plans implemented transaction limits which capped the ppv pricing at fifty dollars posts and tips from new fans at one hundred dollars per tip and they also change the payout frequency in some countries from weekly paths to pay outs. Every twenty one days so very very interesting also to know they just so you guys now on influence or marketing hub. They say that this site was founded in twenty sixteen by british tech entrepreneur investor timothy stokely and now has more than thirty million registered users and more than four hundred fifty thousand content creators. And that's pretty. Pretty darn nifty. Now to your point. I did also see a lot of content around the idea that this is a platform where you don't have to be showing sexually explicit type of content but for people who seem to be more popular and or iraq and more money seemed to be showing that type of content where com creators are posting uncensored x rated pictures videos as well as hosting live strange were their followers can engage with the creators real time interesting and also they have messaging features that allow creators to market to their viewers. Similar email marketing letting them know about new or exclusive content polls and more and their live performances go along way toward increasing audience. Engagement brand affinity optimizing viewership. Very very interesting
Fresh update on "twenty one day" discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"While my story was unfolding in real time because with the metoo stories they were in the past but i was experiencing a story in the present and also my story was about intimate violence in a committed relationship. It wasn't in the workplace just going back a few minutes. You really Pain me to hear you describe yourself as broken at one point. What have you done to heal yourself. We've discussed this in advance. So what i'm about to say is not a violation of privacy. You have a psychiatrist. Who's probably a familiar name to Listeners of the show dr mark epstein both practicing buddhist and a medical doctor psychiatrist. What kind of tools did you use. And how has it gone for you. This process of trying to recover from this therapy with mark epstein meditation. I did your twenty one day. Talent for the new year of i meditate every morning. Sometimes i do two or three sessions in a day to ground in center me friends thank goodness for friends who surround me and really keep me looking up and finding ways to experience joy because i do have an innate sense of joy that i was born with like even with the health issues that i've dealt with with miscarriages infertility of cancer with divorce and with abuse. I feel like the abusive relationship with. Eric was kind of the culmination of a long stretch of about six and a half years of dealing with difficult personal experiences. But now i feel like i am my strongest self ever because i have done the hard work to understand how i got into an abusive relationship. I have done the hard work of therapy and meditation. And also. I wrote the book and i wrote my way out of the darkness. I'm grateful that i'm a writer. And could use my skills as a writer to create those painful memories. Both the painful memories of abuse by eric schneiderman and also to excavate painful childhood memories of what i witnessed of domestic violence between my parents and i wrote the book because i was inspired by many people that i know i don't know reaching out to me to share their own stories of abuse and i felt like we need to split the world open together by sharing our stories. Because there's so much. Shame in stigma around being a victim and survivor. But it's like how do you go from being a victim to survivor to a driver. And i think it's very important to realize that you might have been a victim but you can find power through your voice. Enter your community and the importance of allies. So i feel very grateful that i have that network much more of my conversation with tania silva rotten him right after this in two thousand twenty one. It's finally okay to talk about our mental health. But what is there appear. It's whatever you wanted to be. Maybe you're feeling insecure in relationships or at work or not very motivated right now. Whatever you need. It's.
Israeli study finds Pfizer vaccine 85% effective after first shot
"A new study shows a single dose of pfizer and biotechs kobe. Nineteen vaccine is eighty five percent effective in preventing symptoms of disease. Fifteen to twenty eight days. After it's given the findings of the israeli study published in the lancet medical journal come as more countries way whether to delay doses. Our reporter blonde pinch. Husky has more that seems to vindicate. The decision made in the united kingdom. To delayed second does in order to vaccinate more people as quickly as possible. More and more evidence is mounting from similar studies that delaying the second does is a sound policy. And if this were to be proven without a doubt then basically countries like the united states would find themselves being able to practically double the number of people they vaccinate overnight visor and biontech still recommend that a second dose of their vaccine be administered twenty one days after the first separately the companies also said today that they're vaccine can be stored and transported in normal freezers rather than at ultra cold temperatures of between minus one. Hundred twelve and minus seventy six degrees fahrenheit which pose logistical challenges.
More needles in the haystack: vaccine candidates proliferate
"Just as soon as it became clear that a novel virus outbreak in china was going to become a global concern. It became clear that the world would need a vaccine in those early days that seemed impossibly distant vaccines often take the better part of a decade to develop and test now just a year on and several are already approved in many jurisdictions then in the space of a day last week encouraging results from two more but in the intervening year. The garona virus has done. What all viruses do. It's mutated and that as a complicating factor to an already complicated global. Rollout out so that you've seen quite exciting. The first is from novak's an american company and the second is from johnson which is belgium. But it's part of johnson and johnson also condruct company. Slovenia jong is our healthcare correspondent. There almost completely effective against the worst cases of covid nineteen. They're also easy to star in regular fridges. Which makes them. Very easy to distribute more widely than the vaccines. We already have approved but they also have some key differences. Okay let's take them in turn. What is the the nova vaccine. So the novak's vaccine is made of a lab made version of the spike protein which is part of the virus so immune system would recognize the and that's how develop immunity against the virus itself. It's a more traditional method vaccine making then the modern in pfizer vaccines which are already being used around the world and the number of vaccine was tested in britain and in south africa in britain it was almost ninety percent effective against symptomatic covid. Nineteen given into shots. Twenty one days. Apart in south africa it was only around fifty to sixty percent effective. Okay and The vaccine the vaccine was also tested in several countries. America south africa and latin america. The youngson vaccine is made out of the pike protein of the virus which is deliberate by virus. That's how it gets into your body. Virus is harmless but your immune system recognizes it. That's how you develop immunity crucially. It's a vaccine now. The results on efficacy are also very encouraging. The vaccine reduced mother of the severe cases of covid nineteen by seventy two percent in america but in south africa. The effectiveness wells also much lower. Same as the novel vaccine. It was just around fifty seven percent. This being said comparing scenes is very tricky because the trials have been conducted at different times so during the and pfizer vaccines when those results came out the variants that we have now weren't circulating widely nonetheless all the vaccines are highly effective in preventing hospitalization and death. And that's the most important thing to keep in mind but both of these vaccines in the trials in south africa. Were less effective suggesting that the that both of them are less effective against the south african variants of the virus. Yes that's right. There are less effective but not ineffective if is around fifty sixty percent which is reasonably good. Say this was to be expected. Because laboratory tests for the and the pfizer vaccines have also hinted that they may be less effective against the variant from south africa. But this will not be the last variance we keep seeing new variants emerging around the world. There may be some that are already here. But they're not detective because not enough sequencing happens in most countries so this is different something that we should be prepared for. But how worrisome is that there is already a very into that is that is sort of unpicking. The efficacy of some of these vaccines mean. This is something that we have to live with. Mutations will continue to evolve and we'll see more like those that vaccines are less effective against several vaccine makers are already working on modified jabs targeting the mutations so we'll see is probably something similar to what we have with the seasonal flu vaccines you get a shot. Every year which is customized circulating strains of the virus. The problem is that with the flu. There are systems around the world that have been set up to track those viruses. lead systems. Are well running. They've been around for decades so vaccine manufacturers no every year which trains to put in the vaccine there is no such system for covid nineteen america and some other countries are setting up variant surveillance. But this is not a global effort which means that we may have very ends emerging around the world for which the existing vaccines are less effective. And we don't know about that and what about in the meantime the existence of these potential new vaccines that seem to be effective and the potential for these various. How does that change the kind of global roll out plans for what we do have and do know eastern you. Vaccines are excellent news because we have a shortage right now of vaccines globally and even in the countries that have the most supplies for the moment. Novak's has promised to deliver about chew billion doses of this year. Half of that will be made in. India johnson johnson also think that they can make a billion doses. This here half of that is going to go to kovacs which is a global facility that will supply vaccines to developing countries. So these vaccines are particularly good news for poorer countries. Because they're easier to store and distribute the johnson and johnson is just a single shot which gives it the massive advantage but of course the country has purchased the vaccine to be delivered and as we can see production. Doesn't always run on schedule. We saw that in in the tussle for vaccine is between the eu and britain. For the astra zeneca shots and then of course getting the vaccine into people's arms also presents. Its own challenges. As we can see particularly in europe and in the us as well sign extend the distribution is often tied up in bureaucracy or logistical challenges on the ground or even in some cases people not wanting the vaccine. Do you think should have taken in total that that essentially this grand will get ahead of the virus before the virus gets ahead of humans efforts. I think we've already made tremendous progress. I mean if you think a year on goal we couldn't even dream of having a vaccine so quickly and now we have at least five vaccines tested in large scale. Proper clinical trials which are vastly effective. I mean they're almost completely effective against hospitalization and death. There are some which are also doing clinical trials so we may see in the coming weeks months more successful. Clinical trials being announced the west production of all these vaccines gets going in the next couple of months. Supplies will be steady. So i think that by the end of this year things will look much much better. Thanks very much for joining us. La thank you jason.
Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde Holding Hands
"Livy wild and harry styles are dating over the weekend. They were caught holding hands on their way to a friend's wedding in montecito california. A source tells us news. They shared a room and their romance has been going on for a little while now. So let's just talk about this. Okay you see the headline first reaction and then you see the video. First reaction morgan go. I don't i literally been processing this for three days. Because i mentioned massive harry styles fan and i just feel like listen. I like libya. I like little wild. I feel like we just heard about her. Swith jason today day. I felt like when you're that famous when you're at that level harry styles whose notoriously private olivia jason really work public unless they really needed to be in terms of like red carpets and things that they will promoting something feels not inauthentic. I don't know the words if you do. You can tweet us with something. Doesn't why all a sudden you just hand holding after ten years of being with the same person like is it if it was really something when you want to keep it close to the chest pain moving first of all. I love morgan that you went straight like investigative reporter on jeff. Does it make sense. Is it for publicity for the movie. Meanwhile i'm over here inserting myself into olivia wilde shoes going well. I'm only a few years older than olivia wilde. So does that mean that. I mean that. I've been his age practice. He did say that he wouldn't eat anyone older than his mom. His is forty three young mom already. So i feel like there's a chance iphone. Harry styles is an old soul. I agree like i just couldn't the age difference does not faze me one big The fact that she has children. I don't really see him like to be a father. Step father right now but But you know the whole relationship caught me off guard. I think ever. I know it's too early to say. I'm kind of with you morgan. I feel like i just listen. We just found out november about jason. However there's been reports that they were you know separated. We found out about so who knows but it sure felt just. Can't me jason like like a dagger in the no. I agree with that feeling old. And yeah i they've been separated christie. You're right. i feel like they've been separated by the way you're separated. She's allowed to date whoever she wonders. It's not even about pass relationship for me. What it is is just. You don't casually just get. We have to ask one hundred different publicists for any sort of comment to confirm something. I don't know who's just strolling out on twenty twenty one day. Three with two major star. That are like you know by the way we're doing this this weekend. I was like now prepared. It was so this was his agents wedding so there wasn't good names there whenever it's a hollywood agent like that right so they knew that there was a word was going to get out like they were making a declaration by showing right hand holding like did you notice the handhold. Seniors name church wind very intimate to hold someone back to me. It's one thing if they went together and he had his hand on. The smaller faster was helping her walk down the hill and the wedges ten church twining lace the fingers his new relationship so and i guarantee if olympia seasons right. Now she's like you guys are so ridiculous like fun and once you make out with harry styles. You'll know why. I'm holding his man okay. The best twenty twenty one. Like if we're gonna nominate best twenty twenty one by jason. Actually harry is because she's also such a cat cheated mark. She's an incredible actress. An incredible director like an awesome. Mom has a great relationship with her ex. Like i know that we think she's lucky. But like harry is very lucky
Trump made false claims in call pressuring Georgia secretary of state to undo Biden win
"Welcome to the i melbourne and we begin with donald trump's explosive new attacks on yes our united states democracy this has been caught on tape echoes of the darkest episodes of his presidency. If you didn't know so already here we are. Welcome to twenty twenty one days before congress will convene to formally certified the election that is a formality because everything is over and done but the president continues to push the doomed effort to nullify. Joe biden's win tonight at setting off a firestorm. Even though donald trump has zero legal paths left. Donald trump placing what is now been described by so many as an extraordinary call this weekend for the top elections officials in georgia. Brad robbins burger in this hour. Long sometimes rambling call which corrine from conspiracy to direct cajoling to as we'll get into tonight. Potential criminal acts. Donald trump leaned on them to quote find the votes that he would need to somehow come the finished election. This is a state that trump lost. So i wanna do is i just wanna find Eleven thousand seven hundred eighty loads which is one more that we have people who country are angry. And there's nothing wrong with saying that you know That you've recalculated. There is a lot wrong here. Some of it may be criminal. But let's take a step back. All of this is part of trump's dead end. Election scheming georgia's results are over. The courts have spoken. This is indeed the case for every single state where donald trump is still complaining about having lost that. This will culminate as. I'm sure you've heard by now in what i believe. We'll be authoritarian theater. Wednesday on the floor of congress as republicans will make what we have. The votes to show are doomed efforts to argue that. Somehow congress should not certify. Joe biden's electoral win. This is a ploy. It is dead on arrival in tonight. We can remind you why we've reported on some of this already. Democrats control the house. So there's no way for this to work unless some house speaker pelosi decided she wanted to join trump to stop a biden presidency. In addition top senate. Republicans are against the move. The wall street journal editorial board dismisses the whole thing as a stunt the new york times calls it futile. The associated press as nonpartisan as comes says. The whole thing is desperate. Important context for trump's call george a secretary of state in that call that official ratzenberger and his lawyer reject trump's numerous false claims of voter fraud will Listen to what the president has said. President trump. We've had several lawsuits and we've had to respond in court to the lawsuits in the contentions We don't agree that you have one. And we don't didn't agree about the two hundred thousand number that you mentioned for mr president the challenge that you have is the data you have is wrong and going through each of those and those numbers that that we got Mitch mitchell was just saying they're not act. Estate official fact checking a sitting president to his verbiage face on that conference call on a phone call. But that's really striking. It may be obvious to viewers or people around the country that what trump was saying was false but one of the things revealed in this call also important is official some of them republicans telling the president to his face at this late date. That what he's saying is false and that same officials spoke with nbc news today with new fact checking for trump. I'm very confident in the results. We have here in georgia and that's the cold. Hard truth is president. Trump did not carry the state of georgia. We run honest and fair elections. Here
Ohio State shocks Clemson & Bama dominates Notre Dame
"And we're taping this about an hour after a pretty stunning performance by ohio state crushing clemson in the semi final game and so we both had two games. There were both blowouts but the second one didn't go the way anybody thought rights to yeah to blow outs. One felt like the game. You expected alabama notre dame. The other one. I never in a million years that i think it would play out that way. And maybe that's my bad. Maybe i should have more faith in the buckeyes though having only seen them six times having only seen them play A couple big games. Nobody could have seen that coming. Nobody could have six touchdowns from dustin fields in snaps dominant performance. I think the thing i most underestimated was just how much fuel they were playing with from the For at the very least from last year's game that they've been holding onto this for twelve months Davos ballot played a role. Who's to say but clearly it was one of those situations where a team just comes out on fire. I hesitate to go down this road With you. But i'm gonna go there. Look you know what justin field pretty fantastic for the first three games of the season against lesser competition. And then he had that three. Pick game against indiana. Who's a good team was probably the best team. They played all season and then they played in the big ten championship game. They played a really good defense at northwestern and he looked like he lost confidence. I i don't know that but he just there was no chris. Alaba ver- and trae sermon ran the ball. Like he'd never run before and looked great. And but the passing game was left a lot to be desired to the point where A lotta people were saying. Hey wilson's now the the number two pick quarterback guy in the draft behind trevor lawrence. Now you fast forward. After this. And i'm talking to different people in football circles. Who our coaches. And they're like i would just discussions going to be really interesting now. What the jaguars may have between trevor lawrence and just field so just like justin feels was phenomenal tonight especially after taking a big shot. In the ribs from james galaxy that ended up being targeting and scou- scott ejected from another playoff game. Just like he did last year against shoe. But i mean these were some deep shots that he was throwing down field. I just thought well how they look terrific on really on both sides of the ball. I think they looked better than they had on. Defense a- this year given the competition but the one eighty on justin field from where he was where people felt about him after the northwestern game. I mean am. I understanding that am i stating that. I mean you. See the same thing i'm seeing. A lot of people were panicking about him. After the northwestern game in will i would say with the three interceptions against indiana and then the way he looked against northwestern. But how much do you think is with a higher state for you know. Not only they not played as many games so they haven't had As much time to figure their team out like trae sermon wasn't even factor until the last game and now he's he's had two huge games back to back. But then got chris alavi back. He missed the title game I mean they've had dating back and keep track of which week it was when they had their covert outbreak but and they had to cancel a game. But i mean they've had guys obviously going in and out of The twenty one day quarantine. That is now what seventeen days Like the day was out at one point like they may just be a case of. They finally got their whole team together at once. And they actually didn't those there were without three starters You know harry. Miller is one of their better offense of lineman. There were without a couple of defensive. Lineman they were allowed master teague forgotten man. Because that's not fair to him. But the way trae sermon trish. All of a sudden turned into the same same version that we saw ezekiel. Oh here by. The ezekiel elliott. Who was not even like in all conference honorable mention or second team all conference to the big ten year. They win the title because he just went wild in the three postseason games. And and now we're seeing trae sermon. Do that transform. It looks like they got. Adrian peterson to transfer from oklahoma compared to like elevated his game to ridiculous proportions. The i will say this. I feel like of the two of us. And i'm not trying to pop on the back here I feel like of the two of us. I was a little more of a believer in having a little more believer in justin feels. Maybe than you were at least as a passer. And i think some of that honestly stems from hearing all the elite eleven guys. And seeing him there where they raved about him in ways to a degree that they said. He's probably the most talented player they've had come through their Or quarterback and he looked like that god and i mean. This was the had some great performances. Obviously the numbers. You put up last year and at times this year. But i mean on that stage. The one thing that jumped out at me and you are both at the national title game in that stadium. A year ago was when it was head to head because trevor lawrence look fantastic when he shredded alabama as a true freshman. And that's when the hype. I would say that's when all of a sudden everybody fell in love with trevor lawrence and he is gonna be the first pick in the draft and a couple of years from now and he's done nothing to undermine that he's been terrific off the field. He's been terrific on the field. But joe burrow really was like outshine them last year in that head to head and certainly You know with justin feels it today just kind of was it was an amazing
How monkeys played an instrumental role in the development of polio vaccines
"In the nineteen forties. America was under a constant threat from polio. A disease that had a then unknown cause and devastating effects especially in children. It spread quickly through unclean water and unwashed hands leading to symptoms like nausea fatigue. Fever and a stiffening of the body summers especially saw surges infections particularly around swimming holes leading to post polio paralysis and in some cases death on average thirty five thousand people were disabled each year. According to the centers for disease control and prevention president franklin delano roosevelt was among the most notable people to get the condition putting a face to a still uncertain disease. A vaccine was desperately needed as scientists learned about the transmission process including the fact that anyone could be a carrier in the next few years rival scientists jonas and albert sabin worked with teams in their labs on two completely different vaccines. Sabin worked on an oral vaccine. While sulk created an injectable vaccine that using a kill version of polio in the book polio and american story. David m ocean ski writes about the urgency of work. During the time quote. I talk there was reason to hurry the year. Nineteen fifty two was the worst polio year. On record with more than fifty seven thousand cases nationwide the headlines screamed of plague season and polio time. Twenty one thousand victims suffered permanent paralysis and about three thousand died from the very beginning of the polio epidemic. Monkeys were considered to be essential for research before human trials could take place becoming the unsung heroes of the fight to defeat the disease was through animal research that scientists i discovered that there were three strains of the deadly disease. The monkeys were purchased at a high cost from india and the philippines and shipped to the united states. Many died in transit so the national foundation for infantile paralysis now known as the march of dimes began overseeing their import in nineteen forty nine. A foundation established a special facility known as ot farms and rural south carolina to process the monkeys arriving from abroad oak tree farms operated in the picnic colony a beaufort county in coastal south carolina. Originally called the prichard bill primate center. The forty acre or sixteen hectare tract of land along. The river was called by local newspapers. The ellis island for thousands of monkeys from india naturalist john. Hamlet had the job of finding a space for the primate center. That was both connected to deep water ports and airports but also remote enough for neighbors the area he chose closely approximated the natural habitats of the monkeys with its abundance of shady long leaf pines and a mild climate. The monkeys were originally brought into savannah. Georgia one of the region's biggest ports and taken by truck the thirty odd miles or fifty some kilometers to the farm. When air travel became more popular they were flown by a london and new york before travelling by train to the low country. Once they arrived at the farm veterinarians treated the two thousand or so recess and sign a mogus monkeys before clearing them for transport to research facilities around the country. The monkeys spent twenty one days. Getting acclimated and eating a special diet was scientists carefully monitoring their status many went to sell nukes facility in pittsburg and sabin in ann arbor where they were given vaccines to test the vaccine. Strength against the three strains of poliovirus a few locals were aware of the research that was going on at the farm. Despite rumors of people encountering the animals we were unable to discover any opposition to the research facility perhaps because it was not well known and also because opposition to using animals and testing was not very common at the time in the united states. The movement against animal testing didn't pick up steam until around nineteen eighty in any case. The farms purpose wasn't permanent. Once sox polio vaccine was deemed a success and released to the public in nineteen fifty-five the work of qatif arms was no longer necessary and the facility closed in nineteen fifty-nine saban's oral vaccine came into use in nineteen sixty one the foundation that had established the facility. Its attention to reducing premature births. The monkeys found new homes and labs across the country. According to a former employee named louise crawford things at the farm were left just as they were including the monkey cages. A caretaker kept the grass and plant life at bay. The lab was locked up ready for someone new to take on the important task of preparing monkeys for research but that day never came in nineteen eighty the land and its contents were sold to development group. The lab equipment was donated to a local school science department while a farmer claimed the former monkey cages for his own animals. Today acreage along. The river is mostly residential and privately owned thanks to south and saban's vaccines polio cases of plummeted from three hundred and fifty thousand nine. Nineteen eighty eight to just twenty two in two thousand seventeen
Nebraska Doctor Craves More Help, Less Hero Talk
"As of yesterday nebraska is considered one of the highest risk states in the country and some of alberta. Those patients have ended up in the hospital at the university of nebraska medical center. Where his partner. Dr jasmine marcellin is an infectious disease specialist. This particular hospital is known as one of the most pandemic ready hospitals in the entire country. Back in twenty fourteen. The hospital had one of only a handful of biocontainment units that were prepared to take in a bowl of patients and now it's taking in hundreds of covert patient's doctor merlin. How are things looking right now at the hospital at this point in time well we have been going through a pattern of a surge the last several weeks and we we were noticing that we're seeing more and more patients that are coming through all of that leading up to the hospital becoming more and more full and that was something that we were seeing across nebraska and my understanding is that you started with to covert units last spring But you have a lot more now. Yeah so our our hospital is. We still have a little bit of room. Not much room left how it has progressed over. The last several months has made it so that we a by early last week we had been up to ten covid units that we stood up in the hospital and so several floors of One tower we had to jump to another tower to create more covid units. And we seem to have just need for more and more units being opened. Yeah so. I know that you know. Even though that nebraska has a tremendous amount of cases per capita one of the highest in the country. Right now it does not have a mask mandate in place Many schools remain in person. You know restaurants and bars are open for indoor dining. I think you know it's safe to assume. Many people gathered in in groups over the thanksgiving holiday. What are you anticipating for the trajectory of cases in the region and capacity at the hospital. So usually we expect to see that you know when you see numbers doubling maybe every fourteen to twenty one days we can expect to see that after major events or large gatherings would be anticipating surges. And so as a whole as health care professionals in nebraska. We have all been pretty anxious about the holiday season knowing that. It's really such an integral part of a society to gather together but what we're concerned about is what the impact of people continuing to gather indoors is going to have and i'm just sad for what we could have prevented with more definitive actions. You know quite frankly. Sometimes it's devastating seeing the extent of the damage that this does to individuals and the death that it can cause all of that is just. It's preventable thing. That is the biggest tragedy me is is. It didn't have to be
Doctors and nurses stress as COVID-19 surge overwhelms hospitals
"As cova cases climb in hospitals around the country filled to capacity nurses doctors and other healthcare professionals were caring for these patients. Say they are burned out. I am elizabeth riley and a registered nurse. Elizabeth works in cumberland wisconsin where corona virus cases have skyrocketed over the past few weeks back in the spring. She volunteered to go to new york. City were infections were surging there and working in intensive care unit but now she seeing troubling echoes of that earlier stage in the pandemic it own hospital when we don't have staff because they're out sick or out quarantine then we've got people who are picking up extra shifts and we have people working long long hours many days in a row and that was something i did when i was in new york and i didn't i didn't make it my full twenty one days just because i was so sick and so tired because i work that many days in a row of twelve hour shifts now. We don't work eighteen days straight of twelve hour shifts but we will work a lot of extra hours a lot of extra days. Everybody has banded together as a team. I think you're going to see that in any organization especially this one where i work within the last probably eight weeks. We have seen a huge spike in cases and it has had a profound effect on what we want to do and what we can do both in that there are high high numbers of infected people in our communities many of whom are winding up coming to our hospital but we also have staff members who get infected with covid and then they can't work but even as elizabeth and her colleagues have banded together. She struggles with the number of people in her community. Who continue choosing not to wear masks. It's i don't wanna say hurtful. Because i think that people who decide not to wear masks are not necessarily trying to be hurtful. I think a lot of those people simply don't understand the truth of the situation or choose not to believe the truth of the situation and when that affects my coworkers in the way it has. I find it quite upsetting because i believe i work with the best healthcare professionals in the country in the world i feel like they're sacrificing themselves to some degree for people who for whatever reason don't want to believe it's as big a problem as it is. It hurts my heart to see such really wonderful professionals. Having to put themselves on the line time just trying to get through in the community without getting
History of the COVID vaccine
"The promise of a covid. Nineteen vaccine is immense. But don't underestimate the challenges ahead. Nine long years elapsed between the isolation of the measles virus in nineteen fifty. Four and the licensing of vaccine. The world waited for twenty years between early trials of polio vaccine and the first american license in nineteen fifty five marvel then at how the world's scientists are on course to produce a working vaccine against sars kobe to the virus that causes covid nineteen within a single year. And not just any vaccine. The data from a final stage trial unveil this week by pfizer and biontech to pharma companies suggests that vaccination cuts your chances of suffering symptoms by more than ninety percent. That is almost as good as for measles and better than the flu job with an efficacy of just forty to sixty percent. Suddenly a dark winter there is hope not surprisingly phases news on november ninth rouse the markets bulls investors dumped shares in florax peleton tech firms which have all benefited from the corona virus and instead switched into firms like disney carnival and international consolidated airline's group. Which will do well. When the sun shines again the oecd. A club of mainly rich countries reckons that global growth in twenty twenty. One with an early vaccine will be seven percent. Two percentage points higher than without there is indeed much to celebrate. Pfizer's results suggest that other vaccines were worked to over. Three hundred and twenty are in development. Several in advance trials most liked pfizer's focus on the spike protein with which sars covy to gains entry to cells. If one vaccine has used this strategy to stimulate immunity of us probably cantu pfizer's vaccine is also the first using a promising new technology many vaccines prime the immune system by introducing in fragments of viral protein. This one gets the body to make the viral protein itself by inserting genetic instructions contained. In a form of our anna. Because you can edit aren. Hey the vaccine can be tweaked should the spike protein mutate as it may have. Recently in ming this platform can be used with other viruses and diseases possibly including cancer on original focus so celebrate how far biology has come and how fruit fleet can manipulate biochemical machinery. For the good of humanity. There will be time later to worry about how that power might also be abused and celebrate the potency of sciences at global endeavor drawing on contributions from across the world. A small german firm founded by first generation. Turkish emigrants has successfully. Worked with an american multinational company headed by greek chief executive yet despite the good news too big question out about the characteristics of the vaccine and how fast it can be distributed. These are early results. Based on ninety four symptomatic cases of covid nineteen from among the forty four thousand volunteers. Further answers must wait until the trial has gathered more data. It is therefore not clear whether the vaccine stop severe cases or mild ones or whether it protects the elderly whose immune systems are weaker nor is it known whether inoculated people can still cause potentially fatal infections in those yet to receive jobs and it is too soon to be sure how long the beneficial effects will last clarity will take time in the next few weeks. The trial should be declared safe. Though further monitoring of the vaccine will be needed. The company's predict that immunity will last for at least a year. The ninety percent plus efficacy so high that this vaccine may offer at least some protection to all age groups while the world waits data it will have to grapple with distribution will be in short supply for most of next year. Although our any jobs may prove easier to make it scale than those based on proteins pfizer's requires two doses. The company has said that it will be able to produce up to fifty million doses in two thousand and twenty one point three billion next year. That sounds a lot but america alone has over. Twenty million first responders medical staff care homeworkers an active duty troops perhaps a fifth of the world's seven point eight billion people including two thirds of those over seventy risk. Severe covid nineteen. Nobody has ever tried to vaccinate an entire planet at once as the effort mounts. Ge's medical glass and stuff could run. Short worse visors shots need to be stored at temperatures of minus seventy degrees celsius or even colder far beyond the scope of your local chemist companies building an ultra cold chain but the logistics will still be hard. The vaccine comes in batches of at least nine. Hundred and seventy five doses. So you need to assemble that. Many people their first shot and the same crowd again. Twenty one days later for a booster. Nobody knows how many doses will be wasted so long as there is too little vaccine to go round. Priorities must be set by governments. A lot depends on them getting it right within countries and between them modeling suggests that if fifty rich countries were to administer two billion doses of vaccine that is eighty percent effective they would prevent a third of deaths globally if the vaccine was supplied according to rich and poor countries population. That share would almost double. The details will depend on the vaccine. Poor countries may find ultra cold chains. Too costly the domestic answer to these problems is national committees to allocate vaccine optimally. The global answer is kovacs. An initiative to encourage countries equal access to supplies ultimately though the solution will be continued work on more maxine some might survive in commercial. Refrigerators of those will work. Better on the elderly still others might confer longer protection require a single shot or stop infections as well as symptoms all those that work will help increase apply. Only when there is enough to go around. We'll anti vaccines become an obstacle early. Reports suggest the jap causes fevers and eggs which may also put some people off. The good news is that an efficacy of ninety percent makes vaccination more attractive. The next few months will be hard global recorded. Death rates of surged past their april peak. Governments will struggle with the logistics of axon nation. America is rich and it has world class medicine but it risks falling short because the virus is raging there and because the transition between administrations could lead to needless chaos and delays squandering lives. When a vaccine is at hand would be especially cruel. Science has done. Its bit to see off. the virus. Now comes the test society
AMD is hitting it BIG with NAVI
"Week we're going to be talking about where I'm going to be talking about. I'm the only one here is cyberpunk 2077 Ubisoft hyperx MSI ever media's new webcam have got those new virtual webcam. Basically through an app will get into that home video course are as well or course, you know got those going to be the same thing. And then the biggest thing would be talking about is the big navvy announcement to actually happen this week and looks very interesting in the GPU market right now, but let's get on with the show. So first off we have that no man's sky is actually going to have next gen performance on everything off. Means PC Xbox series ex and the PS5 as well. So you're going to get that type of experience as which is based going to be 4K in time frames per second obviously in PC if you can unlock the frame rates, you can actually do it for more but right now graphics cards are getting there where it can actually do quite a bit of frame rates per second in 4k, but not quite yet. I think a few Generations will be able to see like the probability or at least Uncapped or way over a hundred frames per second in 4k in video games, but it's going to be a few generations for that one as well as technology gets better. The graphic Fidelity gets back plus with different types of features helping with that process. It just makes it for an all better experience in gaming in general. So look out for that and annulments guys. I actually do recommend. No man skies. I think it's actually really great right now. I think what they've done over the three or four years of since it's been out his make a really great game, even though when it came out it was not that good. But now it's actually really really good. So look out for it now moving on to Ubisoft and the rebranding of the digital distribution site plus their subscription is being rebranded as well. It's going to be we saw connect and it will be soft plus so they're basically getting rid of any type of creative title for just an ordinary title in general. Now the subscription service will be on stadia and Amazon's Luma which is basically their version of cloud gaming because cloud gaming is going to be the biggest thing moving forward right now. We have Xbox we have Amazon coming out soon. We have study we have In with the Geo Force now just to name a few it's going to be interesting. I think Google's going to lose this battle, but they sure are going to try to not lose this battle whatsoever. But they're just not really a gaming company don't really understand that much about it in general but it's interesting to see where it's going in the next five to ten years. Now speaking of free games. There's a few free games. You need to look out for first of all, the epic game store does have the Blair Witch Project Free or Blair Witch as it is the Blair Witch video game. It's free until November 5th 8 a.m. Plus Ghostbusters the video game remastered same time. It's going to be available until it's free, which is November 5th at 8 a.m. So go pick it up if you may well want some free games. Might as well just pick it up anyways, but speaking of free games. There's also the elite dangerous Horizon is free for all players. So if you have the dog, Game go pick it up for free. It's a nice addition where you can actually land on planets. Now. The new edition is coming out where you can get out of your spaceship and that should be interesting as well because it's actually I'm eventually going to be competing with Star Citizen and Star Citizen isn't even out yet, which is another interesting tidbit to know that star system is still in development and will be in development hell for a very long time until they feel it's right to release it whenever that actually is but should be interesting to see when they actually released it if they're going to release it or if they're just going to have them we're basically as it is right now the movie on to cyberpunk 2077. It seems like it's actually going to be released in 2077, which is a very long time for me to preorder a game. But anyways Jokes Aside has been delayed again until December. So Twenty One days later than the 3rd delayed release date even though it's gone gold. They're still trying to basically make it work on the consoles CD project project read said that it's ready for PC, but it's not ready for the consoles which is kind of funny to actually see because it's like well if it's ready for PC, then let the PC players play it I mean we don't care about consoles don't want to play this game on consoles. I want to play this game on PC because I prefer to play on PC in
Cyberpunk 2077 Delayed Until December
"Go, Breaking News Sarah Pump Twenty seventy seven has been delayed a little less than a month. They. tweeted this out just now. Hey everyone. Today, we've decided to release to release the cyberpunk seven by twenty one days the state December tenth. Most likely there are many emotions and question your heads. So first and foremost, please accept our humble apologies the biggest challenge for us right now, shipping of the game on current Gen Nexgen PC at the same time requires US prepare and test nine versions of it xbox one x compatibility series S X. ps four pro compatibility on ps five pc stadia working from home. Since Era Punk has twenty seventy seven has evolved towards almost being a next gen title somewhere along way, we need to make sure everything works well and every virgin run smoothly where we're aware it might be unrealistic. When someone says it twenty one days can make a difference sister massive and complex game, but they really do so have you might also be wanted what these words mean us say we achieve our goal Massar. Sometime ago paddock certification are going Goldman to gave his ready can be completed and has all the content in it. It doesn't mean we stop working on a raise. The quality are in raising the quality bar on the contrary. This is the time where many improvements are being made, which will then be distributed via day zero patch. This is the time period we under calculated. We feel that we have amazing game our hands and are willing to make every decision even the hardest ones for automatically. Leads to you getting a video game, you'll fall in love with some Adam Barsky and markets Wenski CD, project read. So yeah. Twenty one days. What do you think Fran bombed? This doesn't surprise me in the least and like I mean honestly I really don't think it's a big deal. I know a ton of people are growing as I say that like what like this is like how many delays like how it's like for some people? This is probably feeling unacceptable because they're so excited about the next Gen consoles it came right at a time. You can pick those up orgies period. You're kind of like we've been waiting for a really big game dropped for a while a lot of people right and so people were stoked but. This company is famous for being perfectionist you know, and that's what I hear when I read this, they're staring down the barrel of the new Gen consoles in particular, and probably which we always I feel like there's gay games, the optimizations, and this has been such labor of love and they're just like. Guys we have to smooth out some frame rate. We've gotta get these next Gen consoles closer to being more than just like a frame rate improvement versus because that's what you're dealing with to. Right. It's a PS four, xbox one version kinda slightly amped up and it sounds to me like they want to try a few more things. I think that's great. Especially, if you plan to play in those consoles, these twenty one days are going to make a huge difference view versus were going to talk about it later got a war as is going to work on PS five. Do you want cyberpunk like that where it's ps four game that works? A little better or do you want optimization? Yeah, I well, how do you feel? Personally I. It doesn't superman like we're we're both used to playing games or incomplete like that's just the reality of it so. I don't think this matter so much to me I am relieved that like Oh thank God that November like. Push because that is literally there's like. Five Games that we are we are going to talk about that we add. Is What he did. Selfish on that front there is I mean I'm going to be a half to I'm going to be playing destiny on November tenth. Somebody. Tim was asking me about cyberpunk and all that and I was like. Dude I'M GONNA. Check out but. What am I supposed to do? It would be like grinding for a rate so selfishly and like, yeah, let's go. Give me give me a month to catch up on a lot of stuff.
Using Meditation to Overcome Toxic Thoughts Featuring Amelia Adrien
"Amelia's thank you so much for being here to talk with us today. So welcome I'm really happy to be here. So this is a topic that I think can be intimidating for some people. So how can I approach meditation as a beginner? Yeah. I agree I think it can. It can feel like it's something that is other people who that other people don't well, and maybe we can fill that. We don't do it so well but really the the the best thing to now is you can't really get it right? You can't really get it wrong. If you would just to take one long in hand. Exhale with me right now focusing attention on that `grats. comes. Into your nostrils. and. Out. Again. In that moment in that one breath, you'll meditating you reset your body. Your brain your nervous system. Some meditation. Media simply focusing your mind on one thing, and you can meditate when anything can be positive or negative. I was looking at the definition of meditation on it's shown to be the act of giving your attention to one thing. And we associate with being common relaxed actually you can meditate on absolutely anything it could be that you meditate on your brass. It could be that you have more of an active meditation and you meditate on nature as you're going for a walk, it could be quite meditate on the beauty of a flower. So it's a thought or a study on one object. And really one of the simplest things you can do as a beginner. The simplest types of meditation that you can do is accommodating meditation and this is really what you just watch the grass just like we did right at the beginning. So you become aware of the sensation of the breath is it comes into in through the nostrils. And then down into the belly on the inhale. And then on the ex how the breath travels up and out through the nostrils. and. You just watch the breath. The sensation of the breath is it comes into the body and then as it comes out to the body and you can do this for three breaths, you could do it for three minutes. You could do it for ten minutes. You can do it for sixty minutes. It's really just you know it's really a how long is a piece of string but what I suggest people who just starting out Is that you create a little habit of meditation practice. So you make maybe a little promised yourself. You're going to do it for seven days say and see how that goes. That goes. Okay. Then maybe up to eleven days then maybe up to twenty one days and you just see how you go rather than say I can now be a meditative for the rest of my life you set yourself something that's achievable. Something that feels that you can do right. At, the way to really make it part of like a routine I find is to do at the same time every day. So then when that time of day comes around you like offices, my meditation time, and so then you kind of it almost becomes automatic. So for me, the best time for me to do it is in the morning. So it's literally get up go to the unsettled meditation cushion and stop. Don't turn on your phone tummy not definitely don't go downstairs on leading the dishwasher. You know the the world will start to come at you with many many different things to do will tell you a more important than than taking time with yourself than just taking time with your own with your own being. Prioritized baton for me the way that that works if I just fussing the morning. Now I know if if you've got little kids that can be really hard to the kids will get out probably before you now be asking and demanding for your attention. So if that's the case, then you just located in a different part of your day but choosing a time so that when that time comes around, you're like, okay, that's your trigger. So then it becomes more habitual. and. I love how simple and how really customizable you make that I think that's beautiful because I think in my mind meditation has be this very strict long. Thing that I'm. Doing. But I think it really is what fits your life and I think that's a beautiful sentiment. Yes a show. So, what are the benefits that I can gain from meditation sesame we it gives me a great understanding of who I am. It helps me understand who I am away from the different roles that I play in my life mother daughter wife friend business not helps me move away from all of these other roles and it helps me connect to that true quieter nature actually within within me. There's a quote that I really love from. Colin Young, which says the welcome ask you who you are and if you don't know the wealth will tell you. So in this way, what I love about meditation is that it's not something spaced out. It's not something dreamy. It's something very centralizing and very clarifying in in in identifying locating. Understanding more about who you really are. You're able to own your position in the world. You're able to take in an empowered way your position in the world and feels really that feels really positive and not doesn't come with your fast meditation oil second or your said even your fifty, it's something that's may be cumulative. So you might experience that end the first few times on. That's wonderful but it's something that you become familiar with like Oh. Yeah. I remember this is the calm of of me. This is who I really can be. This numerous scientific studies on the benefits of meditation and these all have great value. But I've kind of had a look there seem to be five main benefits that we can get from meditation. The first one is it calms UNAC- stabilizes us so. One of the main benefits that it can bring us is this sense of stability and calm. It can help center US stablest into this present moment rather than projecting into the future or ruminating over the past set keeps US keeps US present moment away, which then helps to common stabilize us. That's kind of a one of the fundamental benefits really of meditation. So. The second thing is it improves focus. The practice is helping us focus our attention on one thing. So we can then translate that three to many different aspects of our lives. That that thing that it seems to do is increase resilience to stress. So it's shown that meditation lessons, the inflammatory responses to those who are exposed to psychological stress. What it actually has been shown to doing studies is the dump activity in the Magdala and increases connections between the Magdala on the prefrontal CORTEX CORTEX. So both of those parts of the brain help us to be less reactive to stresses and significantly I think they help us to recover back from stress experience. It stresses pot of life. It's not something that we can eradicate or eliminate. But we can do is train on south through meditation to recover quicker from it. This becomes baseline. This becomes more who we are. Throughout the day. In in particular moments after meditation.
The Quickest Way to Form Healthy Habits that Stick
"In two thousand and seven researchers at Oxford. University started looking at the brains of newborn babies and what they found was pretty Dang interesting. What they found when comparing the brains of newborn babies to the brains of adults. Was that adult had fewer get this fewer neurons in their brain than newborns did kind of interesting ha and that was very compelling for the researchers they wanted to. Why would babies have more neurons? If obviously, adults are more skilled and smarter et Cetera they can do more and they wanted to know, okay. What was going on in the brain? What they discovered is a concept that they now call synoptic pruning. Okay and here's just a really layman's way of understanding synoptic pruning. It is our synapses think of them as if you. Don't use it. You lose it. Our synapses are a fancy way of describing the connection happens between two neurons in your brain. So it's as basic idea that your brain if it doesn't need those connections, they they kind of fade away if they don't get used to frequently they disappear if you will. So let me give you a more tactical example this. So let's say that the country the world is in the middle of a pandemic and everyone goes into lockdown and you decide to every day of the pandemic to go roller skating. Now used to do it as a kid, but you haven't done it in years and years and years. Well, what happens is when you're a kid you, you could do like shoot the duck and you could roller skate backwards and can do all these really cool things and you were very, very confident on your roller skates. But now you're an adult and you're putting on your rollerskates again, and while some of those sit ups, are there the connections that used to exist between them have either weekend or they fallen away? But you star roller skating every single day for like six months. And your brain begins to strengthen these connections. So it's not only physically are you getting better at it? Mentally you're getting better and the more you practice the stronger those connections become in those connections start to get faster and more efficient. So when the first time you through on your rollerskates, you're like, Whoa Whoa it felt like it literally felt like the first time even. Though you've done it for years but now you're throwing your roller skates and your body knows how to respond when you start to lose your balance. It doesn't make you nervous. The brain builds these stronger faster connections and you start to develop skills much more easily it feels second nature. In fact, you're no longer thinking about it. It's a biological process that happens in our brains. And it's these biological processes, these synapses, these connections that allow us to make habits the type of habits where you're not even thinking about it you're just doing it. It's the same process that happens when you're in your car, you're driving somewhere, and then suddenly you're getting off an exit and you're like, what am I doing? This is my exit. This is just the exit that I normally get off on your brain wasn't even thinking about it though synapses were happening without you even being aware of them. The synopsis are so strong that you don't have to think about it. You don't have to discipline yourself to do these things. They just happen an example of that might be brushing your teeth and example that might be robbing. Your is in the morning example that might be sitting up in bed and opening up your phone. An example of that might be before you go to bed you get coffee ready for the morning. These are things you don't even think about you just do them over and over and over again. And the more we repeat on the stronger those synopsis become the question is, how do we get ourselves to the point at which we've repealed it? So often that the connection is there, the synapse is strong and we no longer have to rely on discipline or thinking about it. We've developed a habit a habit that is strongly connected in a pathway in our brains. The answer is something bj. Fog Habit expert in Stanford University Researcher Calls Implementation intention in other words stacking one habit on top of another pairing a new habit he wants to develop with one that's already been established. One that already has the synapses connected hardwired. We all want to develop healthy habits. We all want to have those habits that make it easier for us to just get through the day and not have to. Rely on discipline and I have to remind ourselves or to beat ourselves up. When we forget to do something, we want these habits yet we've been told by the media, buy books by authors, Experts that habit is the act of repeating something over and over and over again, you've probably heard the myth that it takes twenty one days thirty days to form a habit
Queen Afua Discusses Coronavirus, Grief, & 21 Day Detox
"Welcome everyone. This is another edition of on one with Angela Rye as a masterclass with the Queen Herself Queen. Food. Thank you so much for being with me and invited me to your lovely space in Q.. So Much I. Just Love You love your work. So honored to be with you today. Thank you. I'm honored to be with you and just for making this time given all this going on corona virus forest fires. Everything else and here I am sitting with you seven days into mind. Your details. So let's talk a little bit about your journey. How you kind of came into this space I have my heel I sell books, and here am my sacred woman book here. You aren't expert on all things holistic wellness and healing. Can you talk to me a little bit about how you started your own journey? Well, my journey is what keeps me inspired to help others when I was sixteen years of age. I had chronic asthma. And ECZEMA from head to toe at rightous had bedridden PMS. Headaches I was as fell. Sick and tired of being sick and tired know what to do you know how to change it. And the doctor told my mother. Lived in a glass house, he's alert to every. That's all he had me and I had my biweekly objections to just manage. So I know by the time out of East in my twenties walking with the respirator. You know that's helped boggling my lungs were. And there was no way to get out of less I, shifted a whole nother new life. Well, I was invited to healing mistreat that changed my entire everything where was it? It was upstate New York, right? The first time I've ever been on retreat I was a mediator, a junk food eater everything's toxic I was eating right out of ignorance and so when I go in this retreat. The bus open the cartilage. The grass, the trees there should be a friends, but it will my image toxin. So then the ASS kicked in and getting off the bus and I started exe- scratching and weasing and left my medication home and I wouldn't so the cafeteria to put down my bags and I ask the first spiritual question ever. Was Am I. Going to do I'm out here with strangers and I was in a panic but I got my first message from my invoice. Grapefruits Lemons and oranges. Okay that's formula later on I found out and I had. T and that day that's all I had water. In, the midst of the asthma me quietly in this state I heard this loud voices wonderful man who's talking about herbs and the healing the nation. A master heartless at that time about fifty years. and. He talked about healing testimonies in miracles happen for people who did the herbs and took a natural lifestyle. Well I. Sat down that Nice still wheezing scratching I didn't hear anyone I didn't remember the giving presentation anything I was caught up. But that night, there was a fireplace, the fires going. It's come into my lungs not knowing a fellow sitting up because as Mac down you love to collapse. Everybody else was in their big I. was front of the Fireplace on the Sofa like now. That next morning I had my first detox I didn't d tops. Bathroom for about an hour music is drained out of my nose. Some came out of my eyes some came from my chest on my throat out of my mouth. And then all of a sudden the asthma stopped. and. The red. White of my eyes it's. Stopped where and then the itching stopped, it was A. Tornado that hit me and then it was a calm day. After that happened I said, wait a minute what's going on there must be some relationship. To what I'm eating and if I'm going to get well, I'm going to be sick. And I realized that I had the power at that moment to change my life. Dazzling never came back. I'm in my sixties. came. Back. And I picked up a book Dick Gregory cooking with Mother Nature. He became my mentor to his book. Took on his family nine children they didn't know me but I knew them. Went home. With membrane the next day the next two days now of a sudden. People were talking about algae to herb. War. Using Medicine Meditation Yoga often that I live now and teach others it was all new to me. When I went home, I went cold Turkey I didn't go through transition I didn't go from one level. I just went all that's called the detailer not begin. And soul debt was the shift, and then shortly after I got home twenty, one day detox. And Twenty one day. For the last two years. And then became certified opened up a censored life continued and the asthma the allergies left the Eczema left the PM less was a shock that live took two months no more pain and I was in the President I. saw my mind shifted to my thinking. I was very introverted. I didn't talk a lot but I was an artist. I was dancing a dance off to sing and that's what I'm wanting to do. But this he'll got caught quote me and I got caught up in. Yeah and that's what I do now.
Trade deal at risk as EU says UK must honor Brexit agreement
"Deadline. So the European Union's given Britain a new ultimatum Boris Johnson's been told he has twenty one days to back down on his plans to change the withdrawal agreements. If not, he faces the collapse of trade talks as what is legal financial and trade
7 Steps to Developing a New Habit by Brian Tracy
"Seven steps to developing a new habit by Brian. Tracy. Brian Tracy. Dot Com. How long does it take to develop a new habit? Does period can be any length from a single second to several years? The speed of new habit pattern development is largely determined by the intensity of the emotion that accompanies the decision to begin acting in a particular way. Many people think talk about and resolve to lose weight and become physically fit. This may go on for years. Then one day the doctor says that if you don't get your way down, improve your physical condition, you're in danger of dying at an early age. Suddenly. The thought of dying can be so intense or frightening that the individual immediately changes. His Diet begins exercising stop smoking and becomes a healthy and fit person psychologists refer to this as a significant emotional experience any experience of intense or pain combined with the behavior king create habitual behavior pattern. They may endure for the rest of a person's life, for example, putting your hand on a hot stove or touching a live electrical wire Mogi, van intense, and immediate pain or shock. The experience may only take split-second over the rest of your life. You will have developed the habit of not putting your hand on hot stove or touching live electrical wires. The habit live been formed instantly and endure permanently. How long does it take to form a habit? According to the experts, it takes about twenty one days to break or form a habit pattern of medium complexity habits which are more complex difficult to incorporate with your lifestyle may take longer. Twenty one days to break habit or make a habit. Three weeks may not sound like a very long time, but you can create powerful habits within twenty one days. By this, we mean simple habits such as getting up earlier to specific our exercising each morning before you start out listening to podcasts in your car going to bed at a certain hour being punctual for appointments planning every day in advance starting with your most important tasks, each day or completing tasks. Before you start something else these are habits of medium complexity that can be quite easily developed in fourteen twenty one days through practice and repetition. How to develop a habit Over the years a simple powerful proven methodology has been determined for new habit development is very much like a recipe for preparing addition the kitchen, you can use it to develop any habit that you desire over time you'll find it easier and easier to develop habits that you want to incorporate into your personality. Number one make a decision. I make a decision decide clearly that you are going to begin acting in a specific way one, hundred percent of the time whenever that behavior is required. For example, if you decide to rise early and exercise each morning, say your clock for a specific time and when the alarm goes off, immediately get up, put on your exercise clothes and begin your exercise session. Number to never allow an exception to your new habit. Second never allow an exception to your new habit pattern during the formative stages. Don't make excuses or rationalizations don't let yourself off the hook if resolved to get up at six, am each morning discipline yourself to get up at six. Am every single morning until just becomes automatic. Number three tell others your practicing a new behavior. Third, tell others that you're going to begin practicing a particular behavior. It is amazing how much more disciplined and determine you will become when you know that others are watching you to see if you have the willpower to follow through on your resolution. Number four visualize your new habit. Fourth, visualize yourself performing or behaving in a particular way in a particular situation the more often you visualize and imagine yourself acting as if you already had the new habit, the more rapidly this new behavior will be accepted by your subconscious mind and become automatic. Number five creed an affirmation. Fifth Creed and affirmation that you repeat over and over to yourself this repetition dramatically increases the speed at which you developed new habit. For example, you can say something like I get up and get going immediately at six. AM each morning repeat these words to lasting before you fall asleep. In most cases, you will automatically wake up minutes before the alarm clock goes off and soon you'll need no alarm clock at all. Number six resolved to persist. Sixth resolved to persist in new behavior until it is so automatic and easy. The actually feel uncomfortable when you do not do what you have decided to do. A number seven reward yourself. Seven than most important. Give yourself a reward of some kind for practicing in the new behavior each time you reward yourself, you reaffirm and reinforce the behavior. Soon, he began to associate at an unconscious level the pleasure of the reward with the behavior you set up your own force field of positive consequences that you unconsciously look forward to as a result of engaging the behavior or habit that you have decided upon.
Building A Kinder And Braver World
"Born this way foundation, we recently celebrated our eighth birthday. So we've been around for eight years and some change, and our mission is to build a kinder braver world we were founded by Lady Gaga and her mom's Cynthia Germany. And we were born out of the personal experiences that Lady Gaga had growing up. She was a unique creative APP, spirited person that you see today from a very early age. and. oftentimes for young people when they're different and unique that's viewed as a liability instead of an asset and Lady Gaga like so many young people faced cruel of cruelty and meanness and bullying, and she was clear from a very early age that she wanted to dedicate her treasure her time in her talent to making sure that kinder braver world is possible that young people not only survived but that they were able to thrive. So our work at born this way foundation is really about the wellness of young people we work with them to foster healthy conversations about mental house, connecting young people to the resources that they need around their mental health and creating opportunities for people to recognize, prioritize, and practice kindness towards themselves and others the the work has three main goals that I spend time on every day with the incredible team. The first is to make kindness. Cool. The second is to validate the emotions of young people around. The world and the third is to eliminate the stigma that surrounds mental health. So brilliant and congratulations on your birthday that that's really great. Thank you. So what kind of age range is it that you're working with because you said young people? Yeah. That's a great question. So I, the majority of the young people that the foundation works with fall between the thirteen to thirty five age ridge we believe young people. This generation are real uniquely positioned to solve problems for themselves and for society as a whole lady Gaga. Of Our team, actually also fit within that age range. So we're part of this. Diverse inclusive collaborative, hopeful generation. But because of WHO Lady Gaga is in the world, we are fortunate enough to have community members ranging from my five year old daughter to grandma Gaga who is an incredible older lady who's just a huge fan and supporter of our work. We've a really diverse community at the foundation and we're very proud of that. We're kind of. The foundation do in terms of you mentioned in that signposting young people, tools, resources how does it go about doing that? That's a great question. Thank you so much. So they're the the work that the foundation does fall in two buckets that I is the work that we do around kindness in. So we're gearing up right now for one of my favorite campaigns every year it's called be kind twenty one and you can join us and follow it. Hashtag be kind twenty one we know from science than if you do something for twenty one days in a row at the, there's a higher likelihood of it becoming a habit and with kindness kindness isn't this transactional one time event or offering. It's really habit a muscle that we need to us over and over again. So this campaign was built three years ago by the the sadness and unease of a young mom who s boileau spoiler alert was me. Whose son was starting kindergarten I, you would've thought my son was going off to college the way that I was emotionally preparing for him to be in kindergarten and I met with his principal and she asked if I would be interested in volunteering in the school and I made a joke. That unless it had something to do with kindness, which was the work that I focused on at the foundation I. Wouldn't be able to do it since I spent so much time traveling, and so she was smart enough at to sign me a role with an elementary school that focused on kindness and that's how kind twenty one was born initially built it for my son's kindergarten class. The first year we had four, hundred, forty, thousand people sign up a resulting over one point of kindness. Last year, we had a little bit over one point eight million people sign up resulting in forty, two, million unique acts of kindness. So that's one of my favorite. Very, personal campaigns that we do around kindness in the bucket of mental health. Really Proud of the partnership that we have with the National Council on Behavioral Health we've worked with them to pilot a program called Keen Mental Health First Aid, which teaches ten through twelfth graders, the vocabulary, the resources, the knowledge around their mental health I'm I'm thirty six years old than I when when I was in high school and when I was in college I was never. taught about mental health I was never. In in class or after class talked about talk to about how to seek resources had to get help how to talk to a friend that struggling and partnership with the National Council. We want to change that and we want to embed conversations around mental health into the curriculum. So we were really proud to host that program in eighty three school walls this past year, and we're looking at expanding in in the fall.
"twenty one day" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"I talk about habits all the time. There was a client of mine way back in the day prime and I was like twenty one. Twenty two that said a core you know it takes twenty one days to create a habit. I was thinking like is that for real. He's like no. I'm telling you he was a sales guys. Names Rob Dunsmore. We had a lot of impact on me early in my career. He said Gee whatever. You're trying to make a habit that you think will deem success do for twenty one days is like Oh shit okay so I started doing these little things here and there and in that was like. I'm talking when I'm twenty one twenty two. I kinda got hit with this. And even though we hear these types of things all the time. I thought it'd be helpful for me to kind of run through the way that I operate around this principle in have for years as I subtract. Add to my daily schedule and what I believe is my successful way that I operate for me least early. I will subtract and add things around this manner so I'll go twenty one days or thirty days on something and see what the outcome is in really. That's the way that I've operated off and on as I subtract. Add things to my daily routine to get word. Got To this point for the goals that I have outlined in. So for instance. Now that we're on quarantine. We've got another thirty days. If you're listening to this real time we got another minimum thirty days right. So you have a window of twenty-one plus days where you're gonNA have the most time on your hands potentially of your entire life why not take advantage of it? Why not take advantage of it? And what does it have? It have to look like does it have to be. I run five miles every day. No doesn't have to be anything crazy. It can start off as much as I'm GonNa read one page out of a book for the next twenty one days. I'M GONNA listen to one short podcasts. Like This Day for the next twenty one days. I'm GONNA write a letter to someone that I care about. There's plenty or multiple ones. Whatever just right like at the beginning. Actually I thought about this at the beginning of the year. I wanted to write an article a day for the entire year. Well I was so fired up about it that I started on December twenty eighth and as we sit today at March thirty first. I'm two weeks ahead still meaning that I wrote an article plus some every day since December twentieth. The reason why I'm doing daily fires right now and why I hit up John. About wanting to start. These again is because I was writing so much material within this daily habitual process. Then I have more wanted to talk about. I had more. I want to share with you guys. I had more to say and I was like man. We gotta bring these things back and it was because of that daily process of twenty one days. I said let me do this. Let me do this for like a month but then fastly became like I can do this for year in so another one. I started I. I am fortunate. Squat rack at my house. Obviously I'm in the fitness business. Oh I'm sure no one's surprised by that and we squat in the forum crew five days a week. We use quad every day. We usually squad five days a week. I thought to myself this is the best case. Scenario Star squadron everyday again. I'll do the so here for twenty one days. I'll do the hardest variation. That's the most brutal. That's the deepest. That's with the less amount of leverages. Which is the most difficult one? Am I go right into the fire for the next three weeks at it? I need some the challenge myself in and I can tell it's challenging me 'cause I can think about it almost when I wake up. Now you guys see if you're new or not. I do walking lunges every day. I mean I had a streak last year. That was over three hundred three days at a half mile. A day streak right now. It's over one hundred days between four hundred and eight hundred meters a day. I don't think about that. That's so habitual at this point. I just keep rolling. But you should whether it's walking whether it's running whether it's lunging now. I'll tell you you go ahead and start them. Lunges did him before day three. It's about the test you same Z. Squats if you go heavy back squad. I'm not even doing Francois's right now because my shoulder so kind of bugging me heavy back squats every day in the worst possible position you can put yourself in the deepest high bar at all the stuff. That's hard for me. Think about it every day already. So it's pushing me so if you can have something that can add to your life for the next twenty one days. It doesn't have to be record setting brown breaking craziness. Just put a couple of things down. Challenge you today. Just put a couple things down on a piece of paper that says I got a lease till the thirtieth for most of us can't really go anywhere where we shouldn't be going anywhere. Why not create these small little habits that could turn into what minded that habit of writing an article and I actually record my articles and then I have an editor? The helps me with them. So recording writing approving however one look at articles everyday turned into wanting to do daily fires again a crazy amount of quality content for the website in for social media that still two weeks ahead like just because I said for twenty one days for thirty days. I'm a write a one page article. The same thing will happen. Let me read. Let me listen to something. It'll turn into books and books and books so I'm just GonNa Challenge you guys I wanted to just bring back a point. That's probably known by a lot but I can't assume it's known by everybody because I was a twenty one year old kid. That didn't understand this one time. So maybe you're watching today and you never heard this before and I hope it changes something inside of you because it sure did with me. Daily Fire Episode Twenty Three Twenty one days. If it's trashed turn it off if it has value. Please share it out for me. It's brought to you by Max. Effort MUSCLE DOT COM for yourself. Meet needs and you're listening to the business network thanks..
"twenty one day" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Twenty one days Sam the insurance company has to make a decision and that decision has to come in the form of a document so a Pennsylvania workers comp is what we sometimes call paper state and what that means is any time the insurance company makes a decision about something they have to notify you in writing so within that twenty one day time frame they have to tell you whether they're accepting your claim whether they're accepting it for lost wages whether accepting it for just medical benefits whether they're accepting it for both or they have to tell you that they're denying the claim and if they do not notify you as in writing within twenty one days they're actually subject to penalties under the law okay so we've talked in other shows we've talked on on some other shows even I think last week show we talked about punitive damages and in the soul realm punitive damages or really the hammer that keeps business honest it allows consumers to be protected because most government regulations don't have the kind of teeth that are required to the punitive damages in you going for the jury you can't go far of a jury here they're really something that seems to be a team player is going to look at about being hit with they don't apply the right Dave in in a workers compensation for that matter that being punitive damages you talk about something called a penalty correct and a penalty can be up to fifty percent of your loss wage benefits of the insurance company violates your rights after the break more with Sam ponder legal eagles on Sheryl hockey's hometown radio station KDKA.
"twenty one day" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"Those things people. Tell you, you have to do that. You don't really want to let you really suspect you don't really have to do. We're getting past the lies in office Gatien's with a segment we call do I have to this week? We ask do we have to stick with the habit for twenty one days. Fortunately, we have Dr Ben Gardner to answer this question for us. Dr Gardner is the senior lecturer in psychology at King's College in London. His research includes developing an applying theory to understand change behavior with a focus on habit. Theory. Here's what he had to say about the twenty one day habit claim you might have heard that it takes twenty one days to form a habit, actually, very next to support in the nineteen sixties. There was a book that was published by an American plastic surgeon, Dr Maxwell malts and within book. He argued that among his plastic, surgery, patients, it seemed to type them twenty one days to get used to that new appearance. He then went on to say that it seems to take around three weeks to get used to living in a new. The house. That is the sole evidence base, as far as I can tell full of his claim detects twenty one dice to make a habit. Now, what's, particularly notable about that is, that's not actually habit formation. As people think about when we think about habit. We think about something that we do want semantically. We do repetitively and what Maxwell malts was writing about was, what psychologists cool habituation, which is getting used to something is not the same as habit formation which is turning a behavioral action into something that you repetitively automatically, but not the Maxwell, most did not say anything about breaking habits yet it seems that it's this is twenty one day figure has entered into popular culture as the magic number was Gossett, not only how long it takes to make havoc. But also how long it takes to break habit..
"twenty one day" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life
"Had created a twenty one day. Course, it's called make healthy habit. Twenty one days to better sleep. And of course, that people can watch the comfort of their own home where we really talk through all of the benefits of leap and somebody's like, oh, well, why would you start there? Like isn't. We all know that leap is good for us. But I've got to be honest. You know, before I really started reading all the research on sleep. I thought it was like something that was nice but not necessary. And then I was like, oh, wait what like this matter in this matter, and it's going to increase my risk for cancer and heart attacks and stroke, and all these sorts of things, and I started reading more and more on not only the health implications. But then also like factors like when we're we're even just sleep deprived by a single night or single our in one night that that can actually reduce our immune cells in our function. So we're more likely to get sick. Or that it reduces our likeability, and we can all probably. Late that right when because we tend to be more cranky, and, you know, more reactive with their children, or or co-workers, whatever it might be. But so for us, we really expanded on all those things because I think that that's pretty eye opening, and I think it's so easy to say, oh, you know, that's something that I should do. But I don't I don't really think it's making a big difference in my life. So we go through all those benefits. And then we we get really real about what the challenges are. Because we know. I mean, we we see it all the time with the clients, we interact with, but we also have seen it and experienced these challenges our selves, and even the people who have been really advocating for good sleep in the past, you know, year, or so and everything that we talk about everything that we do. And in our little like there are still those nights from like lawn, but he would sit on the couch me on this just stay here. They went one more hour won't hurt us. And so it's the struggle. Right. We all face. So we go through those challenges and then the last week. Of course, we really walk people through cutting you create ritual for good habits because so much of the work that I do is around helping people form habits and the directions that they want to go. So that if we know that maybe alcohol was something we want to change your life. How do we create a habit? So that alcohol use works for us and our decisions..
"twenty one day" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A twenty one day partial government shutdown. Congress has taken steps to provide guaranteed back pay for those workers Seville passed by a vote of four hundred eleven to seven with all seven votes against the Bill coming from Republicans. The vote came on the twenty first day of the partial government shutdown and on the same day. Furloughed federal workers were set to miss their first paychecks the Bill earlier passed unanimously in the Senate and President Trump says he will sign it. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill fighting it end, the shutdown over border wall. Funding remains a frustration. As we hear from correspondent, ABBIE? Fill the frustration that we're hearing is mounting on Capitol Hill where Republican lawmakers are really feeling the heat especially today, as we are really marking the possibility that this is likely to become the longest shutdown in this country's history. And they're urging the president to basically hit the object button and take an escape valve. That escape could be by declaring a national emergency. Wisconsin police have charged twenty one year old Jake Patterson with two counts of murder and one count of kidnapping after Kristen Kasich is called nine one one after thirteen year old Jamie Kloss was brought to her home by a neighbor is able to tell us the person and the color of the vehicle and so shortly after the police arrived, we heard that the vehicle was being stopped. Sure just a short distance away from our house, Jamie. It's been missing for eighty eight days or parents were found murdered in their home. Flu season is worsening in the United States, the CDC report more than seven million Americans have gotten the flu so far this season. More than thirty five states are now reporting widespread flu activity in just the last week. On Wall Street, the Dow was down seventy four points the SMP down by five. I'm Mike moss. Take a look at.
"twenty one day" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This TGIF the twenty first day of December six minutes past the hour. And NATO says it has seen media reports that the US could be reading the poll thousands of troops out of Afghanistan, and it paid tribute to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis after he resigned, the Associated Press and others reported Thursday that US officials say the Pentagon's developing plans to possibly withdraw up to seven thousand troops serving in the conflict-torn country marking a sharp change with policy that it aimed at force the Taliban to the negotiating table almost seventeen thousand troops from thirty nine nations. Take part in NATO's resolute support mission helping to train and mentor, Afghan security forces about half of those troops are American. The US is by far the biggest and most influential member of NATO unclear which American troops might leave or whether NATO's been informed asked whether NATO was aware of any. US true posture in Afghanistan, and what changes what impact it might have on the mission? A spokesperson said only that quote. We have seen the reports she referred all questions to US authorities. She noted that the Afghan police and army have been in charge of security efforts for over four years. Now, as I mentioned a Defense Secretary Jim Mattis resigned Thursday after clashing with the president over the withdrawal of troops from Syria and other disagreements about America's role in the world. He told President Trump he was leaving. Because you have a right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better aligned with yours. Here's White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on the departure secretary Mattis has served the country admirably for over four decades. He served in this administration by the time he completes his term secretary of defense for two years. He and the president had a good relationship. But sometimes they disagree. The president always listens to the members of his national security team. But at the end of the day, it's the president's decision to make he was the one that was elected to be president to be the commander in chief. And while he takes all of their opinions and all of their advice into consideration the end of the day. It's his decision to make today. Surgery matters came any met with the president and they made the decision and he won't leave for another couple of months, but he wanted to make the decision today..
"twenty one day" Discussed on The 2180
"A twenty one day. It was it was great. The next day. It was high of nineteen blizzard conditions and a belief. It was about eight inches of snow and hiking through snow is horrible. It's exhausting hiking ICES exhausting. I remember on Clinton's. It was it was it was a beautiful day. It was just like you could see the mountains. But there was fifty mile an hour winds. It was just sleet like from the just blowing. All the ice and snow. Tell me in the face. And it was just like I remember I was up there. I was letting out all Crohn's of work cries, I was just just screaming at the top of my lungs. And once I got once I got into the smokeys. I started pretty much right after Damascus. I was in Tennessee. That's when I started running to people. So my first. Northbound and then there was another another two after that gun in this mode and start seeing more people. Now, I'm the veteran. Now, they're looking at me, like a rockstar frigging awesome. It's I try to tell. So then I'm like know, let me try this different. I'm gonna help these guys I'm going to give them as much courage. As can I'm gonna give them as many pointers Ken because this eighty percent of people fail. They don't they just don't do it. So there was a lot of just interesting. Just discussions. I remember just having it was almost like a little forums. It'd be surrounding me. And I would just be given every little tidbit. I could. And I said the outy, you know, I said most of you aren't going to make it. So make sure you want to be out here. If you're going to do this then do it because you're not going to get another chance. That's I told all these listen, you're going to want to quit. There's going to be times. You just don't wanna do this any more. It's only gonna last for five minutes. And it was just like an interesting dynamic when you become when you start as a rookie. And then you become the veteran. Nobody like I said nobody sat me down and said, hey, get rid of this guy said this goes back to I was I became independent very early. And I so I was just like, hey, if you're going to complete this like, it's you I can't run the somebody else can you hike for me? It was just so interesting just looking at somebody's people. But I remember doing that. And if you listen to me, if you listen to what I'm telling you, then you can't succeed. I wish I had definitely planted out a lot more and put some more thought into it because it probably could have been more enjoyable because like I said, I'd say I live my life. I just do everything is always the hard way. It just nothing seems to go the easy way doesn't seem to go to plant the ways plant. So it's just like, okay. But I like I like the fact that it was like that. Because to me is much more of. Adventure? Like, what's the point of going on an adventure? If you have everything planned out..
"twenty one day" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"What was that like balancing being on a table at the view? But that also being a jerk. Analyst at ABC news. I say the view was an opportunity to discover muscles. I didn't know exist, and then flex those muscles. My first year. I was on the panel with with Whoopi and joy, and Michelle Collins and raven Simone, and it was a it was an uncomfortable position. Because and I'm not trying to make any excuses. But it was uncomfortable. Because I in the back of my mind, I'm not supposed to give a little clip Indian. But I wanna make sure that we're fair. And what is where representing at the table. It was always I felt like I was walking on a tight rope all the time because I didn't wanna say something that was going to ruin my reputation as a as a journalist. I always want to maintain my objectively. That's that's most important to me at the end of the day. So at the end of the year, I did it fulltime for a year along with working weekends. So I would go through that's a seven day week. Yeah. I would go literally twenty one day straight happened all the time. Three weeks without a day off. And I was so exhausted. After the end of the year just emotionally physically I said, listen something's gonna give. And I love Whoopie joy those ladies are legends. I mean to be able to work next to them and be part of such an iconic show always grateful for that. And to this day, I feel indebted night. Sometimes those pinch me moments where I can't believe I was part of a show like that for a very long time. So at the end of that year, I just said something kinda give can't because they didn't want me to step away from the weekend gig anchoring, good Morning, America. So I, you know, the compromise was to work on Fridays or pick up a couple of other days at addition. So then I started just pinch hitting the next two seasons, which was fine. It was great. And it was more balanced now that I've away from the view and good Morning, America weekends. I'm Monday through Friday. And I feel like I have a sense of normalcy. Just two x and I will never take that. For granted. Again. But I needed at at the end of the day. What was most important I needed to see my husband, most importantly, and my kids I didn't feel like I was missing out of my kids. But my husband works has but off during the week, and I've worked weekends the better part of seventeen years. So with we wanted to spend a day together. One of us had to take vacation day. And that's how it's been pretty much our whole marriage. So last summer, I started thinking about it. And I was like I I've got I've got to get off of this shift for the sake of my marriage. So that was you know, that in some, you know, other things that was really the impetus for asking them for this assignment to go Monday through Friday, which I'm very grateful for has there been a moment along the way where you felt like I've made it. No, I think if you're a high chief individual you never I say, I'm content, but I'm not complacent. I don't ever wanna be complacent. I think there's a difference between the two I think if you say that you've made it then you stop striving, and you stop learning and you stop achieving and you get complacent, and I always want to be in that space. I always want to be in. That mindset were I'm learning and I'm challenging myself. I'm pushing myself, and so I don't think I'll ever allow myself to say I've made it. Yes, I'm content so content and so grateful, but I'm not complacent. If someone told little Pala growing up in Michigan that she would be on good Morning America every day. What would she thought? I don't know. But weirdly, my nickname growing up was Paula twenty questions..
"twenty one day" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This twenty first day of September. Thirty four minutes past the hour. President Donald Trump appearing at a boisterous rally in Las Vegas defended. His embattled supreme court Justice nominee, touted the booming stock market and cited progress in talks with North Korea. He also pledged to build as long promised border wall. All while making the pitch for Nevada to reelect Senator dean Heller Trump in particular focused, his pits for Heller on the need to confirm more conservative judges in particular supreme court nominee, bright Kavanagh who's been dogged by allegations that he sexually assaulted a young woman while in high school, and I'm not saying anything about anybody else. But I want to tell you that Brett caviar is one of the finest human beings, you will ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. A great intellect. A great gentleman and impeccable reputation. Went to Yale top student, Wendy L law school top sued. So we got to let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. So. He's got tremendous support. I can tell you that tremendous just like Neil Gorsuch who is now on the supreme court has tremendous. So we'll let it play out. And I think everything's going to be just fine. This is a high quality person. Ahead of that rally..
"twenty one day" Discussed on KOMO
"Sitting area Why Mike Glad to. Be I didn't mean to do. That I. Apologize But it was kind. Of fun Seattle welcome welcome welcome so market continues to cool that's obviously the big national news or seeing it all over. Seattle times is. Running that constantly our good friend. Out there Constantly discussing kind of what's happening with, the market so what are you guys seeing out there in the market these days talk. What are you what are you seeing in the market different areas you mentioned seeing a slowing down in the market and that's with houses that are staying in. The market a little longer than the average and we're seeing about a twenty one day average on list time in that. People are gonna twenty one days and it's actually? That's, kind of nearing. The north, the norms usually about thirty days on market and, reach my twenty one days which is, kind? Of kind, of bouncing out but you're still you're, still. In a seller's market yeah seller's market, Mark I mean you're. Seeing it at your side of the area the area that you're working, as well right I mean markets definitely still moving through its paces don't you should definitely moving through its. Paces especially certain, price points but what's really great is, I'm seeing a lot of buyers feel empowered and that's something we haven't, seen in years in this area. And, when. I'm. Tracking. His days on market so. You know for a buyer looking at a house they want to make sure to find out from the realtor how many Days on market for, that house or look up on a particular website because I'm looking I'm seeing over half. The inventory in Seattle and over half the inventory in King County is over thirty days on market right now thirty days well that's a small record in and. Of itself right Michelle I mean what do you think about that well the good news is that even though the days. On market is at prices are softening just slightly? So, everybody's kind of. Concerned about, this days on market both buyers and sellers but, that really were still up over this, time? Last year, you know solidly when we look at, the. Numbers you know over ten percent up, price wise I know. Yeah with inventory I think what we talked about this on last week's, show but inventory increased by I think like forty four percent or some some large percentage of new houses. Hitting the market, which was definitely interesting I thought the, the market overall in general I started to see an uptick, in apple Location volume for purchases last week which I thought was. Very interesting because typically mortgage people are going. To see the uptick before realtors everwood so even though everyone's talking about things nationally that it's slowing down I can tell, you that mortgage applications at least for keel has been picking up and we're really positive about that so and August really when we start looking. At, the first part of August this is one. Of? The. First month, where prices are actually down over? The, month before overall yeah so folks there's a lot of cool things we're going to be talking about. We have not one not two not three not why, we did have four, four open houses that we're gonna be talking about. Today so, that's always exciting we're gonna take a deep dive, into those, properties we're gonna look at some, of the, marketing, techniques and, the beauty of the homes and everything else we're gonna talk, about square footage in, space and, why it may work out for your family so we're gonna be talking about that, and a lot of. Other things so give us a call at,.
"twenty one day" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Of the. Doctors within our hug alliance he's a clinical psychologist who has a book coming out, twenty one day hugs hugging Twenty-one people over twenty one days for twenty. One seconds at a time and it's that connection point in longer hugs. That has really been researched we're in. The list, is so long I mean we we could be on for an, hour talking about the benefits but some of the. Most common. Ones now that Are all the things that. Involve different, chemicals in the body oxytocin serotonin dopamine those kind of what we, call tonic chemicals in good feeling chemicals of re There's more of them, your. Body produces more of those and it reduces the stress hormone also known as Slipped my mind for a minute Cortisol You, know you try to, now but that's the one that you know we've always had for fight or flight when your fear fair based along with, adrenaline those the ones. That so by doing, that as you as a, chemical go in different directions with increases and decreases reduce stress and worrying, anxiety you increase your, calmness It, involves more compassionate and understanding, of of the people that you're with and one of my favorites because, we're such a supplement Kind of world is a supplement seems for everything I. Really have been researched to stimulate your immune system Wow I have no idea about, that Rick's tell me and we're going to. Say again, Rick Morrison is the founder of the hug. Alliance? Co author of the children's book? The hug store what what got you involved in this My daughter Honestly I have always. Been harder Some of the people you know we might, even say a, world class, hugger but, I never you know it's hugging. It's part of who I am so I never really thought there'd be a path to really count explore hugs and try to get the word out. On the benefits to the masses but my, daughter and I are so close we wrote this children's book, together, and it's kind of been After listen in getting it out there because there's such a need these days with so much vision and separateness and you. Know actually with everything going on so much, to the me too campaign it's like we don't you know Hug just ask. The person, you're going. To hard I'd love to hug you would you would you welcome my heart NFL, obviously, for people you don't know or don't know, well but, even within the context of the, families you know people don't stop to hug Might do a little quick kiss little, Pat, on the back but you're not really getting, those benefits, that we spoke of earlier It's so funny you, say that Rick because I notice people who are like you say you're a world class. Hugger I noticed. People who give really I call them. Really sincere good hugs and I, have a couple of. Friends that, are it's just awesome. And, they hug you. And it is it. Isn't this like I mean it just feels good. I there there's something about it, well I don't know there's research on this I haven't, seen anything at. Least on our end it's come through the hug alliance but I'd, always goes back to when you are born you've been hugged her You. Know virtually nine months and you're and. You're used to having.
"twenty one day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I'm offering us some tips to helping the people around. You realize. Your true value to. Be able to recognize it You know oftentimes you might be in relationships where it's a marriage or boyfriend or girlfriend or maybe it could be a, best friend or friend or even could be a work relationship where it seems that the people around us devalue us They take away from our value they don't see our intrinsic value and they treat us like that It's like they don't have as much respect for us or they. Don't show us respect it's kind of. Like we get the short end of the stick every time we? Almost feel like we're. The doormat so how do you, get people, around you to realize your. Value right before the break I was, talking about the concept show it be it and live. It that's the way I live, my life show it. Be it and it we gotta show ourselves that's the part. Of the show show. Ourselves by ourselves what we do show ourselves that we actually. Care about ourselves we can't make changes. We can't get respect from other people until we do. This this is this is the whole steppingstone. This is how we get there for me, to be so we gotta show ourselves that we care, and that begins with doing everything in moderation creating a healthy. Diet like I was just talking. About and I was beginning to talking about limiting your alcohol intake You, know I've realized that oftentimes? We get into these toxic patterns because you're surrounded by a, lot of. People who drink and and I recently and you'll get a kick out of this and. If you've been listening to the show for why you'll you'll kind of laugh. About this so I recently did a. Cleanse and I didn't drink for about twenty one days okay twenty? One days and it. Was interesting okay day one I, had to, go to a birthday party. Which is fun and there was a, DJ and to start bars and didn't have anything and. Then I had to go to, happy hour things with. Some folks and then I went and had dinner with some. Of my neighbors who. Opened some really awesome bottles of wine that I couldn't partake. In and it was interesting to see. The way that people acted around me some people tended. To drink more over drink I've never seen. It in my life I mean like seriously, like I'm like have you had enough yet because I. Think you've had about fifteen and I've had none but whatever And then? There were other people who decided that they were going to, drink less And I thought that interesting too I don't know if they drink, was because I wasn't drinking was probably more? The case or if they were thinking why do I. Need to drink that much doesn't really need to put either way doesn't really matter but I was at the, restaurant and I survey the entire room and. There was I was the. Only one not drinking and the restaurant was completely full the restaurant was completely full I was the only person and an entirely full restaurant every single chair. Taken every. Single booth every single. Table every single seat at the bar taken. Full that's it that's all. She wrote I got up to go to. The bathroom as I survey the land I realized that every single person was drinking I was the only person that was drinking topa Chica que and I remember We looked out and there were a. Couple of people in wheelchairs. And one man couldn't really use his arms in his hands and so the woman took the Moscow mule Cup up to his mouth with a straw so. He could. Drink his vodka drink. Now I was beginning to feel kind of. Like what like on my. Own like the wolf pack of one okay. And it was a really tough deal I mean getting up that doing that I mean sticking to it And I took it day by, day and on Mont, saying you gotta stop coal what you got to go on at twenty one day. Cleanse because Burgess did? It but you know what I..
"twenty one day" Discussed on KOMO
"We're the fourth of july approaching firefighters on edge as we hear from abc's alec stone in los angeles around the country fire departments are putting out reminders had fireworks are in many places especially in the west illegal but they can also be unsafe in la on corporate areas and they're telling the horror story spent twenty one days in the hospital fire department say every year emergency rooms treat over twelve thousand fireworks related injuries half of them involving children something as simple as sparkler burns at temperatures up to eighteen hundred degrees hot enough to melt gold alex stone abc news los angeles a medical board in georgia has suspended a woman known as the dancing doctor we get details on that story from abc's adrian banker the woman infamous for dancing and singing around her sedated patients isn't operating anymore nations when del boo agreed to give up her medical license for at least two and a half years but those questionable videos aren't even mentioned in court documents the board instead determine bouquet failed to perform to minimal standards after investigating seven of her former clients president trump says he has no plans to pull out of the world trade organization pushing back against reports that he told advisers that he would like to this is abc news komo aaa traffic we do have a few problems one in south center northbound i five at four zero five a disabled vehicle blocking lane and seattle northbound i five to forty fifth a disabled blocking as well in the arlington area sigrid five thirty near arlington heights road we have a tool recovery blocking right now as well and in tacoma severe side win nor warning on the narrows bridge is now being cleared your next report at to fourteen i'm mike conklin.
"twenty one day" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"twenty one day" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
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"twenty one day" Discussed on Nacht Beauty
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"twenty one day" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"License was reduced from twenty one day teen three i didn't hear this from public radio her don explained that civilians well trained in the use of weapons for abide reinforcement in the struggle against terrorism paul jerusalem mayor near barkat called for every reson it to carry a gun was even photographed traveling the city carrying a glock 2003 in addition the overwhelming majority of terror attacks in israel's top by armed civilians not law enforcement for example the terrace in the 2016 choose me serono market attack were stopped by or stop by armed and unarmed passerby a pistolcarrying tour guide put an end to the 2017 ramming attack in are known ah the left four soldiers dead it is really eyes gun story vibol deterrent that computers aren't 'cause it's damn thing just went on the blink i get it back i'll fill you win and so as i said when it comes to their schools their schools are protected by welltrained armed teachers when terrorist attack a school and milat 1974 israel did not declare every school a gunfree zone it passed a law mandating armed security in schools provided weapons training to teachers have today runs frequent active shooter drills is any of that done in any schools in america there have been only to school shooting since then and both of ended with teachers killing the terrorists now this is a little too sophisticated for jimmy kimmel and for steve colbert and for deliverance boy and for abc nbc cbs news they're going to continue to push the left progressive agenda when it comes to the sta so there's really two issues on the table as far as i'm concerned that need to be resolved we have school districts that are largely run by the left which reject things that work and we have a media democrat party complex that rejects things at work and so they exploit every single major network news report last night talked about how donald trump was effectively responsible because he did away with one of the obama regulations on mental health they don't tell you how in any instance this case or any other instance how that specifically led danny anything they don't care and then the second part of this is a complete failure and it really does tear it my hard to say this by the fbi a complete failure when you're brought the name of an individual when you're brought information by somebody who knows.