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"two major reasons" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last month

"two major reasons" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Merrick Garland did this for a variety of reasons. He did this for two major reasons. For the payments for his family, and also number two to try to stop the Tea Party movement that was bubbling up in real time. The reason they are trying to chill speech is they know what happened after the Tea Party moved in 2010. One of the most dramatic shifts and swings of power from Democrat to Republican when Obama had unified government House, Senate presidency. Republicans took back the House of Representatives in a record and historic fashion. In Republicans are poised to do that again coming into 2022. How bad is it for Democrats? RealClearPolitics at the polls are right, Democrats are doomed. If they're wrong, it's worse. The standing with the parties at the voter with parties at this time isn't in doubt it's awful. Biden's average job approval rating was in July was 52%. Now it's 43.3%. His approval rating in Gallup has dropped 13 points since June. 6 points in the last month, the latest quinnipiac poll has Biden's approval rating, approval disapproval at 38 approval 53 disapproval. The latest morning consult political findings from last week's shows Biden's approval rating underwater across the board at 45% approval rating at 40% on the economy 44% in healthcare 40% of national security, 33% on immigration, 36% in foreign policy. Now if the polls are wrong, are the polls are wrong, it's even worse than that. That voter turnout and an enthused conservative base could make this one of the most overwhelming and dramatic political wipeouts in American history. And the backbone of all of this is where we are doing our show right now in loudon county, Virginia its moms and dads, its parents and families, starting to show up and speak clearly to the people that have been ruining their children's education. That is the new drum beat the heartbeat I should say of the take back America movement. It's profound. It's real, it's organic. It is not. There's not a single person.

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"two major reasons" Discussed on Technology Untangled

Technology Untangled

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on Technology Untangled

"Thanks the perfect storm of slain. You saw big marketing budgets and elon musk's tweets blockchain has been hyped beyond belief. And it's also been made more complicated than it leads to be. More i could up angolan go. My name's ingram go. I'm senior vice. President and chief technology officer for a special intelligence at hewlett packard enterprise. So first question. What exactly is a blockchain. Let's start with a public blockchain first. Let's use an example of a analogy of a of a ring binder. You've got this notebook with many blank pages bound by a ring ring binder on page one the record number of transactions. You know. maybe. Jim pays john two bitcoins and sarah pays jim ten bitcoins and so on and so on then on the next page You have the same again. Set of transactions being written down on it and the knicks page and then expansion so on so if if you imagine each page is a block and all the pages of bound by the ring bind up being the chain. You actually have a a blockchain there right. So that's what blockchain is except for the fact that in a public blockchain this ledger or this record. Write this chain of pages. Chain of blocks is digital and is distributed to everyone publicly equally publicly with no central custodian. Why you want to use a blockchain. There are two major reasons. Why you want us a blockchain right first and foremost this when you wanna keep record of an entire sequence of transactions especially if you want to go all the way to genesis the beginning and secondly you won that record to be transparent that is you want the decentralize it by distributing copies of the same sequence records to everyone equally with no central custodian

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Blockchain: What Is It Good For?

Technology Untangled

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Blockchain: What Is It Good For?

"Thanks the perfect storm of slain. You saw big marketing budgets and elon musk's tweets blockchain has been hyped beyond belief. And it's also been made more complicated than it leads to be. More i could up angolan go. My name's ingram go. I'm senior vice. President and chief technology officer for a special intelligence at hewlett packard enterprise. So first question. What exactly is a blockchain. Let's start with a public blockchain first. Let's use an example of a analogy of a of a ring binder. You've got this notebook with many blank pages bound by a ring ring binder on page one the record number of transactions. You know. maybe. Jim pays john two bitcoins and sarah pays jim ten bitcoins and so on and so on then on the next page You have the same again. Set of transactions being written down on it and the knicks page and then expansion so on so if if you imagine each page is a block and all the pages of bound by the ring bind up being the chain. You actually have a a blockchain there right. So that's what blockchain is except for the fact that in a public blockchain this ledger or this record. Write this chain of pages. Chain of blocks is digital and is distributed to everyone publicly equally publicly with no central custodian. Why you want to use a blockchain. There are two major reasons. Why you want us a blockchain right first and foremost this when you wanna keep record of an entire sequence of transactions especially if you want to go all the way to genesis the beginning and secondly you won that record to be transparent that is you want the decentralize it by distributing copies of the same sequence records to everyone equally with no central custodian

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"two major reasons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Artists. 21 minutes after seven o'clock. This is orange and black Breakdown. 700 wlw serviced by the way, Uh, Varnell carriers a door and Kelsey Chevrolet. Bengals played their first game that the debut of Joe Burrow a week from Sunday at home. Obviously no fans in the stands. Against the Chargers. Tyrod Taylor will play that game for the Chargers. Joe Burrow, obviously, AH, quarterback taken number one overall, Justin Herbert was I'm not sure anybody. We thought the Bengals were really going to remotely even entertained drafting but was taken by Ella with their first round pick. It is going to be a little while, at least before he makes his NFL debut News of the week for the Bangles obviously involved Joe Mixon getting his contract extension and I, um I've listened to a lot of people who have Used recent history with running back contracts, analytics things of that nature to suggest that it's a bad investment, not a good deal, and and I I don't necessarily disagree with those things from a from a analytical standpoint from a long term standpoint. There are very few in recent years very few. Ah long term huge money contracts for running backs that pan out the nature of the position. It's just not As valued a zit used to be and what we saw the Jacksonville Jaguars there, Dan talk about this. Leonard Fournette was taken. In the same draft. Is Joe mixing the 2017 draft. Has played three seasons in the NFL. He was cut loose this week, like the season is starting in less than two weeks. Cut loose by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He didn't just become a free agent, Either He cleared he had had a clear waivers. With the price tag had a lot to do with it. But 32 teams, I guess, 31 team said Thanks, but no thanks. This is a guy coming off. His best season. This is a 24 25 year old player. This is the guy's good football player. Jacksonville Jaguars just said We're good to running back and there's some competitive reasons and all that, but it's just not as valued as it used to be. It is thought off and in many respects proves to be sort of a A dime a dozen position. I watched a guy by the name of Raheem Mostert play for the San Francisco 40 Niners last year, and in the postseason, he had one of the greatest games in the history of the NFL playoffs. Against the Green Bay Packers. Oh, he most or had been cut like six times. It just it's it's viewed as a position where you could just get anybody. And so against that backdrop, the Bangles just gave Joe Mixon $48 million. And I'm completely okay with it. Those two major reasons why one is we're going to talk a lot about Zach Taylor tonight. Exact Taylor's reason. Number one ends. I've listened to this guy and I've run this theory past a few different people and people like Rocky and Tony Pike and lap and guys like that, and they they tend to agree, so I feel pretty good about it. Zach Taylor got the job is the Bangles head coach and almost instantly started talking about Culture..

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"two major reasons" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"More than two hundred celebrity scientist and Nobel Prize winners have signed an open letter rejecting the idea that things should quote go back to normal after the corona virus pandemic and arguing that we must instead stop quote the pursuit of consumerism now to be clear I'm not attacking them for their success or even for them enjoying it was lavish lifestyles what I am saying however is that I can't help but be irked by the lack of awareness that you have to have in order to sign something like this while you're sitting in an extravagant homes after all thirty of the super wealthy people who signed a letter had any real interest in stopping the pursuit of consumerism they would certainly have started with taking a look at their own habits in that area a letter recently published at the French publication le Mande states in part pursuit of consumerism and obsession with productivity have let us deny the value of life itself I don't play instead of animals and I have a great number of human beings pollution climate change and the destruction of remaining natural zones has brought the world to a breaking point many of these people such as Madonna Robert deniro Iggy Pop Christian Louboutin and I'll be crews and Jane Fonda to name a few are incredibly rich and famous Madonna for example is actually totally free seller multimillion dollar mansion and give all the cash to green peace if she wanted to no one is stopping her I'm actually with a net worth that Forbes estimates that five hundred and seventy million in twenty nineteen she can probably part with a lot of her assets and still lives far more comfortably than the vast vast majority of us could ever imagine I'm not singling out Madonna either because there were a lot of people on that list you probably haven't exactly had to resort to eating boxed macaroni and cheese and while celebrity network for example estimates Jane Fonda's in about two hundred million and Robert deniro a cool five hundred million what's most insane of all is the fact that Christian Louboutin signed this letter what is public knowledge that the most basic pair of heels he sells about seven hundred Bucks he doesn't hate consumerism he lives and breathes obsession with material status symbols isn't just acceptable to him it's actually his entire business model into the reason why he the child of a cabinet maker in St all mother was able to launch a business that made more than estimated eighty five million dollars today the thing is I actually think stories like his are amazing I'm not taking any of these people were having success or money sourced from a Madonna is worth hundreds of millions of Bucks which is also working very hard is incredibly talented I'm serious start to believe that like a prayer came out more than thirty years ago because it still gets me in my G. anytime I hear no their money doesn't bother me neither does their fate what does bother me though is the hypocritical virtue signalling they all displayed in signing something like this in fact it's hard to see it as anything other than an insult to the intelligence of the rest of us after all we're not stupid we know these people aren't shopping it we don't know because for example is in fact not sleeping on a bale of hay in an abandoned barn somewhere we also know that capitalism enter devotion to productivity are two major reasons why you're reaching your famous go out and live like you are you've earned it please at least respect the rest of us number ten that you're devoted to minimalist living after all if you really were each charged by trying it yourself.

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"two major reasons" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Brady as a New England patriot but you were about to reunite in Tampa Bay the Buccaneers have acquired rocketry with the pats New England gets a fourth round pick in return this trade happen for two major reasons number one rock wanted to come out of retirement and number two the patriots had very little leverage to keep him in New England in this particular case it was almost as if rob Gronkowski was helping to control because he told the patriots today I'm coming back to play normally they didn't have enough salary cap space comedy is ten million dollars a year contract they had to move on from there and they knew he was going to come back to play for them this is not the first time that rob Gronkowski has exerted leverage over eight six that is E. S. P. N. NFL insider Adam Schefter Gronk and Brady reunited in Tampa Bay as for the Packers they're focused on making the right pick when they are indeed on the clock at thirty tomorrow night Packers reporter Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee journal Sentinel thinks that drafting a quarterback relatively high isn't that crazy of an idea for the green and gold in general I wouldn't take it with the first round of trying to use that you know what someone else she's a quarterback in the second round on details right up there you know I mean I think I'm not saying that you need but I it's I would strongly consider it any of those positions with the right guy shows up Silverstein was a guest on the power lunch with pragmatic on ninety four five ESPN you can hear all of his thoughts at Wisconsin on demand dot com and finally in baseball we've got another great group classic for you tonight here I W. T. M. J. it is game one of the twenty eighteen and L. C. S. the brewers beat the doctors to take it one game to none seriously the key moment in that came of course was branded Woodroof unexpected home run off of Clayton Kershaw still Bruce reporter so few minutes thanks there was an even more explaining spec the part of the entire game and really the entire season for which that was one of those like is this really happening moments first of all you did you think about Brandon reject you then this is a guy who wasn't on the opening day roster you would look up and down a lot he was starting he was relieving I mean he was a stabilizing force but like his role just changed so much throughout the season the fact that he was on the mound for game one of the NLCS spoke volumes about how he performed that year and again like you could you could have imagined that on opening day an unforgettable moment for both would drift and for brewers fans you can hear it tonight once again here at WTMJ it starts at six o'clock brewers classics game one of the twenty eighteen and L. C. S. NG my memory of that vividly it was just how loud Miller park was when that happened I think you know the the loudest moments in sports or sometimes for the things that you couldn't expect it's not necessarily even the buzzer beaters or the walkoff home runs because you can go into that at bat or that moment you see five four three two one okay something's got to happen here's you're expecting even in the back of your mind that something crazy could happen but nobody was expecting brand it would you have to take one of the all time greatest pitchers Clayton Kershaw deep in the NLCS when a pitcher strides up to a plate in a baseball game anything other than striking out is a little bit of a surprise even if you grounds out to third base like while you get that one on that that's not bad but to see him take Kerr shot deep in that situation to dead center field was just unbelievable and Miller park absolutely exploded or legendary moment that was he had taken the calls go to sure if you got all my god it's over the wall he did offer a Clayton Kershaw one of the game's best to suit was no GP indeed seven nineteen at W. T. M. J. Messinger drives into.

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"two major reasons" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"October first deadline fast approaching Arizona Republican congresswoman Debbie Lesko has introduced a bill called the trusted traveler real ID relief act which would allow people to use their precheck certification instead the real ID to hope to help to avoid major travel disruptions legislation is in the works to better assist widows and families are first responders in the event of a line of duty death was some benefits not kicking in for six months to a year after the death state senator David goings bill hopes to fix that by providing additional housing coverage they would have up to five thousand a month sixty thousand total for the year could receive the benefits to help them bridge to get to the next benefit package another bill hopes to ensure surviving spouses benefit in the event they remarry number closures in London Bridge in like have issue as city officials will put an end to closing the bridge for special events safety reasons and residents concerns of the two major reasons why lake Havasu city officials believe that the time is now to make the change the last scheduled event for the bridge to close is February twenty third for the annual line dance DJ our eyes on education leaders in mesa public schools are meeting failure following on authorized pay raises and hires costing four hundred ten thousand dollars that money could have gone to classrooms not six figure salaries we have asked for additional adults support instructional aides for our classrooms but no one seems to care that's teacher Kathy zinc on board clerk Marcy Hutchinson says her colleagues trusted X. superintendent amber calmly when she told them staffing changes wouldn't touch the bottom line we were kept in the dark now we have some numbers and we can make some decisions Conley quit in December the board as told.

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"two major reasons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For very low fee the other is a very large independent fee based financial planner who's fees or someone higher but whose services seemed a little bit poor customized so my question to you is would it ever makes sense in the situation like mine and I'm fifty nine to give half to one plan or have to another and then see how the customer service is and how things go over the next year or two what do you think it's a common dilemma Dan as folks are trying to answer that very question and our experience shows over the past thirty plus years but you're better off choosing one and the reason that we say that actually there are two major reasons first if you're going to split your assets between two different advisors were advisory firms you become the quarterback you become the person who is responsible for coordinating all of the activities because neither of the advisors has all of the information and that means you're responsible for leading Hey know what be is doing and conversely telling be what eight is doing also the new increase your workload you're also increasing literally doubling your paperwork you now have two sets of brokerage accounts that's two sets of tax return pieces of information you're getting your getting two of everything the it and more to the point this is the second reason it's a problem is that you are now going to be placing yourself in a situation where the advice you're getting from one adviser contradicts the advice you're getting from the other adviser they may put you into investments that are totally opposed to each other or incredibly redundant to each other so you're not really doubling your value by having two advisors you are simply doubling the work doubling the inefficiency doubling the hassle so that's one big problem the other big problem is that the reason people attempt this is what led you cited let me try them both out and see how they do well the problem there is that how they do in terms of investment performance could be fleeting just because one of them might make more money than the other Hey you might be taking far greater risks with one of the accounts than the other accounts so it's an apples oranges comparison faulty data flawed analysis or worse you're more likely to say Hey one of them a lot more money than the other I'm going to shift all my money to that one lower your going to be making a decision based on the short term historic result even though we all know that past performance does not guarantee future results so we find that it's usually an ineffective strategy that in the long run does not derive satisfactory results for the client therefore what I would recommend instead is that you simply decide what matters to you and your ticket later that very nicely the differences between the two firms one of them.

"two major reasons" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For very low fee the other is a very large independent fee based financial planner who's fees or someone higher but whose services seemed a little bit poor customized so my question to you is would it ever makes sense in this situation like mine and I'm fifty nine to give half to one planner have to another and then see how the customer service is and how things go over the next year or two what do you think it's a common dilemma Dan as folks are trying to answer that very question and our experience shows over the past thirty plus years but you're better off choosing one and the reason that we say that actually there are two major reasons first if you're going to split your assets between two different advisors were advisory firms you become the quarterback you become the person who is responsible for coordinating all of the activities because neither of the advisors has all of the information and that means you're responsible for leading Hey know what be is doing and conversely telling be what aid is doing also but you increase your workload you're also increasing literally doubling your paperwork you now have two sets of brokerage accounts that's two sets of tax return pieces of information you're getting your getting two of everything the and more to the point this is the second reason it's a problem is that you are now going to be placing yourself in a situation where the advice you're getting from one adviser contradicts the advice you're getting from the other adviser they may put you into investments that are totally opposed to each other or incredibly redundant to each other so you're not really doubling your value by having two advisors you are simply doubling the work doubling the inefficiency doubling the hassle so that's one big problem the other big problem is that the reason people attempt the US is wed you cited let me try them both out and see how they do well the problem there is that how they do in terms of investment performance could be fleeting just because one of them might make more money than the other Hey you might be taking far greater risks with one of the accounts than the other accounts so it's an apples oranges comparison faulty data flawed analysis were worse you're more likely to say Hey one of them a lot more money than the other I'm going to ship all my money to that one and what we're going to be making a decision based on the short term historic result even though we all know that past performance does not guarantee future results so we find that it's usually an ineffective strategy that in the long run does not derive satisfactory results for the client therefore what I would recommend instead is that you simply decide what matters to you and your ticket later that very nicely the differences between the two firms one of them.

"two major reasons" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on 600 WREC

"For very low fee the other is a very large independent fee based financial planner who's fees are somewhat higher but whose services seemed a little bit poor customized so my question to you is would it ever makes sense in the situation like mine and I'm fifty nine to give half to one plan or have to another and then see how the customer service is and how things go over the next year or two what do you think it's a common dilemma Dan as folks are trying to answer that very question and our experience shows over the past thirty plus years but you're better off choosing one and the reason that we say that actually there are two major reasons first if you're going to split your assets between two different advisors were advisory firms you become the quarterback you become the person who is responsible for coordinating all of the activities because neither of the advisors has all of the information and that means you're responsible for leading Hey know what be is doing and conversely telling be what a is doing also the new increase your workload you're also increasing literally doubling your paperwork you now have two sets of brokerage accounts that's two sets of tax return pieces of information you're getting your getting two of everything the it and more to the point this is the second reason it's a problem is that you are now going to be placing yourself in a situation where the advice you're getting from one adviser contradicts the advice you're getting from the other adviser they may put you into investments that are totally opposed to each other or incredibly redundant to each other so you're not really doubling your value by having two advisors you are simply doubling the work doubling the inefficiency doubling the hassle so that's one big problem the other big problem is that the reason people attempt this is what led you cited let me try them both out and see how they do well the problem there is that how they do in terms of investment performance could be fleeting just because one of them might make more money than the other Hey you might be taking far greater risks with one of the accounts than the other accounts so it's an apples oranges comparison faulty data flawed analysis or worse you're more likely to say Hey one of them a lot more money than the other I'm going to shift all my money to that one little word you're going to be making a decision based on the short term historic result even though we all know that past performance does not guarantee future results so we find that it's usually an ineffective strategy that in the long run does not derive satisfactory results for the client therefore what I would recommend instead is that you simply decide what matters to you and your ticket later it very nicely the differences between the two firms one of them.

"two major reasons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For very low fee the other is a very large independent fee based financial planner who's fees or someone higher but whose services seemed a little bit more customized so my question to you is would ever make sense in the situation like mine and I'm fifty nine to give half to one planner have to another and then see how the customer service is and how things go over the next year or two what do you think it's a common dilemma Dan as folks are trying to answer that very question and our experience shows over the past thirty plus years but you're better off choosing one and the reason that we say that actually there are two major reasons first if you're going to split your assets between two different advisors were advisory firms you become the quarterback you become the person who is responsible for coordinating all of the activities because neither of the advisors has all of the information and that means you're responsible for leading Hey know what be is doing and conversely telling be what eight is doing also the you increase your workload you're also increasing literally doubling your paperwork you now have two sets of brokerage accounts that's two sets of tax return pieces of information you're getting your getting two of everything the and more to the point this is the second reason it's a problem is that you are now going to be placing yourself in a situation where the advice you're getting from one adviser contradicts the advice you're getting from the other adviser they may put you into investments that are totally opposed to each other or incredibly redundant to each other so you're not really doubling your value by having two advisors you are simply doubling the work doubling the inefficiency doubling the hassle on so that's one big problem the other big problem is that the reason people attempt this is what led you cited let me try them both out and see how they do well the problem there is that how they do in terms of investment performance could be fleeting just because one of them might make more money than the other Hey you might be taking far greater rests with one of the accounts than the other accounts so it's an apples oranges comparison faulty data flawed analysis were worse you're more likely to say Hey one of them a lot more money than the other I'm going to ship all my money to that one and lower you're going to be making at this Asian based on a short term historic result even though we all know that past performance does not guarantee future results so we find that it's usually an ineffective strategy that in the long run does not derive satisfactory results for the client therefore what I would recommend instead is that you simply decide what matters to you and your ticket later that very nicely the differences between the two firms one of them.

Changing Jobs

Life of an Architect

09:21 min | 2 years ago

Changing Jobs

"This is the first podcast episode of Twenty Twenty and both Andrew. Nye have changed jobs in a manner of speaking making. I changed jobs in a big way and I have been getting flooded with emails and direct messages on various social media platforms. Asking me about the particulars is because either those people have or they are considering going through a similar change. I felt that this would be a good topic to kick off the New Year because they're all sorts sorts of things happening. You know especially with me with Andrew even here with the podcast some of which take a little more than usual planning and we wanted to let you know. As far advances advances we could of some of the places. We're going to be this year so that hopefully you can come and say hello. Should you find yourself in the same place at the same time. We'll get into for those details throughout today's episode cool. Yeah it's going to be awesome. It's gotta be cool all right so we're going to get into this now. Do you WANNA start under. Do you want me to start you. You go ahead and start. I'll interject his needed. Maybe we'll do a little back and forth about it as we start going. Sounds good to me. I also think that we should discuss quitting your job verses Mrs Changing Your Job Even if there is no obvious distinctions semantically. I think there's a huge difference between those two words. Quitting and changing changing quitting to me seems so imply like your flip the tables and you're storming out of the room tossing lit matches over your shoulder. You know that whole burning everything scorch orch start a little bit. Probably I mean it seems like it when you say I quit my job. It always seems to have a negative tone to it. Well it also seems to imply even though it's not this way and it's just again the phrasing of it to me changing your job means it's more calculated like you know there's a path change or course chain that you wanna make so you kind of put certain things in in place or put certain actions in motion before leaving your other job so that that way this is a calculated course correction Nada. I'm quitting and then I go deal with the fact that I just quit my job. Afterwards I would agree to me. It seems like changing jobs is a little bit. I'm going going somewhere for a new or better opportunity where quitting to me implies. I'm not working at this place anymore. I can't stand it. I don't WanNa be here more as as opposed to I'm changing jobs. It's doesn't mean necessarily that you dislike where you were just there's better or newer opportunities where you're headed like you say that's a calculated thing. Not Like I quit over lunch and then go to look for a job which I have quit over lunch before him. I know that was the reference. Well we know that chain gear jobs demands some measure of your attention so to get into that. Let me just kind of set the table. That says I left my last job the one the where I had my name on the door and I could pretty much do whatever I wanted and I need to make sure everyone else. I enjoyed all my co workers. Add some awesome clients and I had a really cool projects going on and for about eighty five percent of my work existence maybe ninety percent. I'm not doing real math here. It was pretty ideal and yet despite all those does ideal circumstances I do not ever wonder how I got to be at my current job. But I'm at Boca POW now and an actually look this up today. Day to day is four months and eleven days in so it's still pretty fresh really. It's been four months. Yeah that sounds a lot blah. It doesn't feel like four. I didn't think it'd been that long. Actually I was like it's been like two months now right. Yeah four months and eleven days so I don't have any regrets even though it's kind of interesting they brought me in a level to where I obviously I'm not getting the keys to the kingdom but I'm not being brought in to just manipulate digital files in Ramat. That's not where my skill set is and that's not why they want me there. You've been working for a long enough. That's not really what you had either but one of the things that's interesting is. This is a pretty big firm and Boka Powell. There's about about one hundred ten plus people and they're in the kind of the eight figure invoicing range in a year so they bet a lot of stuff in place while. Oh yes kinda surprising but when they brought me over they said there's a honeymoon period of six months and once I hit six months then they start to bring me into more higher level firm meetings. They essentially don't want to lift the skirt before they decided that this is not a failed experience experience. That's kind of a statement. Maybe but yeah I think so and I didn't realize it was going to be six months. Most places have six month trial period. That's really the way to put it. Yeah and so luckily for me because I actually had this conversation today of the. How's it going? I know it's gone fine. No worse so four months eleven days and I am really anticipating all the things that are going to open up to me at the six month period. Kazan collect a lot of skill sets that I have right now that I'm not using is they don't need me to do it because I'm not in the right kind of meetings so even then with what I'm doing right now it's gone pretty well pretty happy with it but you feel like you're settling in a little bit. I I mean I know for a while is like well. I don't know but you feel like you're doing all right right now. And that's something we'll get into an just a bit because there's definitely been some growing pains it hasn't always always been you know milk and honey since I've come over there's been moments where I've been incredibly frustrated and there's been actually more times than I really wanted Mitt but I think that's kind of the reason we're recording this podcast to talk about stuff that other people might be experiencing that folks generally don't put out there because I know people are private but there are moments when I go golly. Am I doing what I need to be doing. Because it's so different. It's so different. Let me get into the reasons why left. Like why would I make this change some. I'm fifty one years old. I've been doing the type of work that I had been doing. Which is kind of high touch white glove small commercial and high end residential essential work for about twenty years? And I like to think I was pretty good at it. I certainly enjoyed doing it. So what could possibly convince me to leave. The the circumstances were add my name on the door almost complete autonomy to do whatever I want to go do something that I have no real background in working on like. Why would anybody we do that? That's a reasonable question. I mean besides they tripled your salary and I'm not saying they did but I'm saying if that was the case then maybe so they didn't they didn't man. I'm just saying no but that was part of the consideration quite honestly because it's not just I will say this. So my compensation with where I work now is better than my best year ever at my last firm and my best year ever my last one was heavily contingent on bonuses and I was part of it and I didn't have any control all at my last firm over the bonus amounts. I could go eleven and a half months going. It's going to be great. It's GonNa be great and then one person decides that it's not going to be great. I have no controller controller which is one of the room one of the reasons why leaving so in a more structured manner. So let's get into this. I left for two major reasons and honestly honestly. I don't think anyone would be surprised by what those things were. Not because it was obvious due to my personal reasons or because my life is south there. Anybody can figure it out but because if you're going to leave a pretty amazing situation for the black abyss of doing something you've never done before. Yeah those reasons should be pretty obvious. I mean I think anybody could kind of rub two sticks together and come up with pretty educated guesses. Do I might do that. So first reason conflict inflict with one of the partners now. It wasn't anything nasty or salacious. It was just some fundamental disagreements on how things should be done and I'll say would you be. He's surprised to learn that I'm an opinionated person. Andrew no I know how particularly you are very particular all the time all the time and furthermore. I don't really care for situations where I feel like. I don't have a voice in the matter part of me thinks if you want my opinion you need to be prepared to act on it. I don't need facetime as time. I'm not that person. So the senior partner at my last firm has had his own practice where it's just been him calling the shots for twenty five or six or seven years or something like that now and hopefully. I'll say this in the most gracious way possible. Because I I care for him deeply I would even say I love him as a Human Ping but he was who he was and he was GonNa do what he felt was right no matter what which on one hand is a great attribute. You need to be have convictions and stand by those convictions. That doesn't necessarily make you a good business partner. So I struggled with the idea that no matter what I did or sad ed or however sound my arguments or my logic may be in the end. He was GONNA do whatever he wanted to do. I didn't love that. Yeah but I can understand that actually I I mean as a business owner for ten or so years that you get used to doing things the way you WanNa do him and you used to do them. I thought many times about whether or not I wanted to ever take on a partner and part of me as I know. 'cause I don't WanNa have to share responsibility. I wanted to share that. But you know the decision making process says yeah and it's hard I'm GonNa get a yeah the longer you do it. The harder it gets harder

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"two major reasons" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It is Thursday glad to have you back on the PC and a radio program admittedly this is one of those stories that normally isn't a huge radio topic because you start getting into a lot of numbers lot of things that are best appreciated in a visual medium plus we do you know we do some goofy stories too but the formulation of the the state health plan is is a legitimate thing that has a significant amount of impact on a whole lot of people in North Carolina whether they work for the state of North Carolina whether they're in one of the various retirement aspects of the utilization of the plan or they work in the delivery of medical care here in the state of North Carolina there's a lot of stakeholders their so I I don't deny any of that the problem is is it's gone from that discussion to one that he is much more personal and I I guess the question I'm asking and we're going to chat with the state treasurer here in just moments deal fall well is is it unusual that passions become inflamed and and why is there a lot of focus on this particular communication a communication that was sent by somebody who I guess admittedly isn't a top executive for the for cone health care but he is somebody of I would say decent name recognition within the actual Moses cone hospital so Dale Falwell state treasurer in the man who is tasked along with I guess it's not just you Sir but like committee of folks with putting together a state health care plan how are you doing this morning I'm doing great thank you for having me on absolutely so look before we get into any of the the email that was sent or any of that explain to me why are we re doing the plan and how significantly different is this plan going to be if if it works out as it currently is then what previously has been available we're redoing the planned for two major reasons the first is financial the plan is insolvent its liability is that is the amount of money it owes for the promises it is made to the state police in North Carolina is over thirty billion dollars.

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"two major reasons" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This week, we are looking at what legalization of cannabis could mean for the state of Illinois in for its residence Susan Stevens. With w j in DeKalb reports attitudes are changing about cannabis use. It's university research artistry at northern Illinois university, Damon, Stu. The show off their hard work at the end of the semester. Travis pecan is a senior in sociology at NYU by research on the usage of payment and selling praxis, a university, campus survey of two hundred sixty six and you undergraduates showed more than fifty eight percent had used marijuana on campus with more than half buying it off campus after spending a semester, crunching, the numbers can is hesitantly supportive of legalizing recreational cannabis people using it safe and not letting it affect what the really here for is. That's getting a university education, opinions were mixed in the research, and artistry crowd things could get done with the tax money, outweigh the negatives of recreational marijuana use shit state, you legal, because, like when people take marijuana, they're not aware of their actions. I have very strong opinions against it, particularly, I don't use it personally. But yeah, I'm still kind of doing research on it. I think it helps people with different, you know, things that they're dealing with in their life, students Danny owned machina Shaya, and Rachel Pollack, and Tiffany, Scott apparent of us student. It's like that in the lot of states. So why not annoy? Why not annoy? Mcveigh is the research editor for marijuana business daily. He's based in Denver, but as a native of Atlanta, Illinois a small town near Bloomington. He has a special interest in the debate over recreational cannabis in his home state. With a democratically controlled house and Senate in a governor. The made no qualms about his willingness to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. You know, I think that does go along with this shift in American's attitudes. They says he's n lies years of national polling by Gallup and the Pew Research Center, support for legalisation has risen steadily over the years with a sharp increase recently he says overall it's at sixty percent although most of the polling didn't distinguish between medical and recreational cannabis. We've seen support rise across political parties. Religions education level, racial, and ethnic groups gender. They've all increased. So why the change in attitude from the days of Reefer madness and just say, no McVeigh says there, two major reasons driving mainstream acceptance I a shift in how the media portrays cannabis coverage, you know, moved away from marijuana in the context of drug trafficking and abuse throughout. The eighties and nineties, and then they also found an interesting Histon American's attitudes towards the criminal Justice system. Marijuana legalization is a social Justice issue by no means is America. Ready to welcome joints next to cigarette. Packs, marijuana edibles next to twinkies or THC Veith, cartridges at the liquor store McVeigh says there will always be some who oppose legalization on moral grounds. But most of the opposition, here's has to do with traffic safety and use by teenagers other people, you know, they see it as a kind of a government endorsement of drug. So while they may not believe, you know, people that use marijuana should be put in jail. They also you know, don't want stores popping up and, and promoting. Its use Illinois has bigger hurdles than public opinion. If it's going to proceed with legalizing recreational marijuana. He says, if Illinois lawmakers want to take full advantage of cannabis created revenue. Stream, they'll have to license, hundreds,.

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"two major reasons" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"I mean, they put in the work during the unseen hours knowing that they deserve a right to be successful. They deserve the right to make the winning shot or to land the big client or or have that proposal accepted. They deserve it. But they have the humility to realize that there's no entitlement that it's not a given and the data continue to put in the work. And and that's what separates high-performers is that that nice marrying of confidence and humility in never letting it cross over to Oregon or narcissism, and what was your motivation to write the book. Was actually a couple of couple fold of one. I've been a racist reader mind tire dealt life. I didn't really like reading in high school or college. And when I look back. It was always because someone else was making me read something that I didn't have high interest in so soon as I graduated from college and realized hey, I can read anything I want on any subject I want then I started devouring books. You know, I'm sitting here in my home office right now. And I'm looking at my bookshelf, and I can quickly see four or five books that have had a monumental impact on my life that I actually saw the world differently after reading that book. And I just thought to myself, you know, if my journey is a basketball performance coach, and I collect all of the the stories and lessons and concepts and takeaways if I can put those in a book and make it offer value to someone else if someone could could read the words that I wrote, and it could change the way they think were slightly alter their perspective that would be a really cool. Thing. And that was one reason for writing the other was, you know, I'm incredibly thankful to have had a basketball journey that allowed me to see firsthand. A behind the scenes with what the best players and coaches in the world do and I realized that that I'm very fortunate for that. And I want to almost feel like an obligation to share that with other people that there's there's no reason for me to keep all of that to myself. I was given some opportunities that were pretty cool, and I'd love to share with people that may not have had that opportunity, and I was taught at a very young age as a coach that Campbell loses nothing by lighting another candle. So if I have all of this information, and I've seen all of these things, you know, as a servant leader in some of that takes pride and filling buckets, I should want to share that with as many people as possible. So those are really the two major reasons for writing the book, and then the third was I was I was leaving the basketball space where I'd spent almost twenty years in. And developed a decent reputation and brand awareness and credibility, and I was leaping over to the corporate space. Right. Didn't have any of those things. I knew that the book would help add credibility and would help expose by philosophy. Message to folks in the corporate space who might not be familiar with my work, and let's talk about that for a little bit. How do you go about getting those corporate opportunities on an outbound approach everything my life? Always comes back to relationships relationships are one of the most valuable currencies. We have and you know, as I got older, and hopefully wiser and more mature in the basketball space. I realized that basketball was simply my vehicle..

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"two major reasons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You are the quicker. You can make that difference by getting on a supplement program and starting to employ some of these strategies, you do wanna work with with the doctor prescribed this medication. But that's the pressure is way too high nonetheless, there's a lot you can do on your. Then you see results pretty quickly too quickly within a day for some people and certainly within a week for most people, but I'm talking within twenty four to forty eight hours for a lot of people. And especially if you've never supplemented before this is what accounts for the incredible the letters that we get enough and the success rate that we get a young jeopardy if the most people are so deficient that you get onto beyond Tangy tangerine. And all of a sudden, you're like, oh my God. I can all this energy or you get on a healthy start packing. You're like, oh my God. I can start to wean myself off the drugs. It's the gift of the human body. How bad is smoking. Really? If you don't do it very much like maybe three or four cigarettes a day. I well, we'll put it this way. It's better than if you do twenty cigarettes a day. However. Throw in the however been there's nothing good about smoking. In fact, it may be the single worst thing human being can do themselves is inhale cigarette. Smoke. There's it's difficult to come up with any any benefits to it? And yes, you're right. For is not as bad as it could be. It's not a pack a day. But there's really no no upside to smoking. It's only downside Brian rights. You I have the hardest time losing weight. I've tried to fast. I've tried exercise. Then what's the best? A couple of things first of all the stress hormone cortisol will keep you from losing weight. So the more stress you're under or the more unstable your blood sugar is two major reasons cortisol goes up is because of the unstable blood sugar and stress dress. So keeping your cortisol down is incredibly important, and you can guarantee that if you're having a problem losing weight cortisol is behind it..

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"two major reasons" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And a quick question. Sure. How bad is smoking. Really? If you don't do it very much like maybe three or four cigarettes a day. Well, we'll put it this way. It's better than if you do twenty cigarettes a day. However. Throwing the however been there's nothing good about smoking. In fact, it may be the single worst thing human being can do to themselves is inhale cigarette. Smoke it. There's it's difficult to come up with any any benefits to it? And yes, you're right. For is not as bad as as it could be it's not a pack a day. But there's really no no upside to smoking. It's only downside Brian rights. You I have the hardest time losing weight. I've tried to fast. I've tried exercise. Ben, what's the best? A couple of things first of all the stress hormone cortisol will keep you from losing weight. So the more stress you're under or the more unstable your blood sugar is the two major reasons cortisol goes up is because of the unstable blood sugar and stress duress. So keeping your cortisol down is incredibly important, and you can guarantee that if you're having a problem losing weight cortisol is behind it. So keeping your cortisol down as your stress hormone, of course, aus- stress hormone. Now, there's lots of ways to keep stress hormone down mental and emotional stress are just as valid to the body, and they're just as cortisol inducing to the body of physical stresses. So making sure you're using emotional and mental strategies, and we'll talk I I'm guilty of not talking about that enough, George, but healing and health or multidimensional spiritual mental emotional and physical in that order. I know I'm guilty focusing just on the physical sometimes, but you've got to address all those dimensions. If your cortisol goes up because of mental and emotional issues is going to be very difficult to lose weight. You also want to keep your blood sugar stable. I recommend the Keita genyk diet rather than just straight fasting intermittent fasting is good. But the Keita genyk diet is really really helpful for losing weight Kita Jenny died. I'm sure you've heard of that one George that's a high fat diet and a low carb diet, the most importantly, if they low calorie diet, you gotta make sure you don't get a lot of key tones in your system either right now, you're thinking Akito acidosis that's something that diabetics get and that's a little bit different tones themselves are there like nuclear bombs a fuel their powerful powerful energy. Sources your heart loves them. Your brain loves them, your liver loves them. It's I key tones Kita. Genesis building key towns is ideal for people have Alzheimer's disease or people have heart disease or people who want to lose weight. So I would I would definitely be going to Janik. And you know, what else George we gotta learn to eat a stop eating when our digestive system. Our stomach tells us to stop eating most of us. Including myself, by the way, we eat mentally rather than physically we eat. Because things if you're if you feel stuffed stocked up exactly and you'll notice that no matter how hungry you are George even after three or four bites you're not hungry anymore. And most of us eat a ten times that amount after we're our bodies, not the absolutely John rights is our final question of the hour. He wants to know what about carbo con counting to lose weight carbs IRS e you that's a good idea to keep your cards limited. Although vegetable carbs are should be the core of most of our calories should come from vegetables. And the vegetables are carbohydrate rich, the kind of car, do you want to stay away from or at least, reduce your intake off, our green cards, and processed carbs. It's the processed food. That is the really big problem processed food is dead food, we food to get electrical energy. Specifically, electrons processed food doesn't have the electrical energy. Or the NCAA Matic energy that whole foods do and so we're not satisfied, and we ended up way too many too, much processed foods, those are kind of cards that you want to be really careful we're gonna come back next hour and take some final.

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"two major reasons" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on KGO 810

"Slammed that website and shut it down. Bobby? Thanks for your call of that works dry is in the morning. That's irritating. It really is. Isn't it? Then it is. And you can use saline drops. But it's much more effective. I believe it's much more effective to help the body makes its own tears and say, if you're fat deficient, and you know, it's ironic that we have this obesity problem that we have in this country where one hundred million Americans are either obese or overweight because we really have a fat deficiency problem. George good fats. That is central fatty acids and fatty vitamins, it's so important, and if you have a liver problem, you're almost guaranteed fat deficiency prom because the livers processing fats. Likewise. If you have an intestinal problem. You've had a gallbladder taken out Thompson port Angeles, Washington west of the Rockies. Hi thomas. Go ahead. Hello, george. Thanks for taking my call. Sure thing. See let's not leave out daily exercise of some kind at heart rate up at least for like fifteen twenty. And maybe maybe half an hour. You you know, what even even if you do just a little bit? But you're right. I exercise is vitally vitally important. The human body is meant to move, and we are waiting too sedentary. And I believe that's a huge problem. You have this system. You probably know about the lymphatic system. Sounds like, you know, a little bit about moving, and it's the lymphatic system that cleans us out the detoxify and movement and exercise emphatic system circulates. And a quick question. Sure. How bad is smoking. Really? If you don't do it very much like maybe three or four cigarettes a day. Well, we'll we'll put it this way. It's better than if you do twenty cigarettes a day. However. Throwing the however been there's nothing good about smoking. In fact, it may be the single worst thing a human being can do to themselves is inhale cigarette. Smoke. There's it's difficult to come up with any any benefits to it? And yes, you're right at four is not as bad as as it could be it's not a pack a day. But there's really no no upside to smoking. It's only downside Brian rights. You I have the hardest time losing weight. I've tried to fast. I've tried exercise. Ben, what's the best? Couple of things first of all the stress hormone cortisol will keep you from losing weight. So the more stress you're under or the more unstable your blood sugar is the two major reasons cortisol goes up just because of unstable blood sugar and stress duress. So keeping your cortisol down is incredibly important, and you can guarantee that if you're having a problem losing weight cortisol is behind it. So keeping your cortisol down as your stress hormone. Of course, I'll stress hormone..

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"two major reasons" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"two major reasons" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Maybe conomy made me, you know, the Middle East, the herb nations in represent twenty centuries. And you know, a good portion of them are in Africa, which was become big strategic. I'm just and I think of western countries to Floyd to cetera and build on Konami, but he's twenty two countries and others. You know, are are large markets for the US, Saddam. Good and services. But I mean, again, almost whatever I think of comes down to but para battle, and you know, that that takes over a very strategic area again, you know, so they're not so interested in the oil and gas, for instance in the. United States right now that they're interested in the infrastructure and the networks and the pipelines that will emanate from the oil and dachshunds areas. Okay. With are more geopolitically than they are in actual, you know. Good. You know? So yeah, I think whichever way we look at it. It comes down their picture of the balance of power. I think there are two major reasons why the United States particularly US lead the US to stay in the Middle East number one is dollar. I mean things the nineteen forty thirties and forties. The particularly after nineteen seventies. The US has see a actual packed with Saudi Arabia, the dollar for oil, and then the Saudis would use the dollar deposit dollar in western banks, and then circulate back towards the United States. That circle is the pillar for the dominance of US dollar in the world. I think today if the US actually pulled back from the Middle East, there will be no guarantee that those countries will depend upon American security guarantee security protects protection and then continue to use dollar as their currency to exchange oil. That's number one number two is Europe. And basically NATO if you think about that. If you stabilize the Middle East, there will be a major problem of immigration refugee, flood to the European countries that happened in the twenty thirteen fifteen and that is a major destabilizer of the European politics, and you can see that from today and then from the Brexit from the rise of populism in European countries. So I think in order to European countries want the US to stay in the Middle East and to shoulder some of the responsibility to maintain stability. So that European countries can avoid that kind of impact overall. I think that's the two additional major factors. Thank you very much. Dr Jolla, we're going to take short break here in the second half continue our discussions about the US Middle East policy and also the general situation in the region. You're listening today. I'm sui stay with us..

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Why Are People Talking About Another Recession?

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

02:54 min | 3 years ago

Why Are People Talking About Another Recession?

"Of mackerel and sardines, and and other fish in the sea has been depleted almost more than twenty percent in the last twenty years, and it's going down faster because humans are fishing out the sea and the seabirds have nothing left to eat, and they are dying. So that's the precursor we had to disclose economic collapse. As far as the micro stuff goes regional and markets country the country. I I don't know. But I think you can see what's coming into the big bubble is finally upon us. It'll be once the bond market comes to a grinding halt. You can imagine what falls next. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean housing is slowing down now. And if they keep raising interest rates people are gonna get up tight about that. It's a double edged sword because if you own a home, and you wanna move, you know, you're going to take a big loss. Even if there's a Bill on your house. Not to mention having to buy another house. I hire mortgage rates. Yes. You think could be ET contact in the late spring of next year? Tell me about that. Yeah. I'm gonna make that happen. George more. You are. Yeah. Title for years, I've been heartburn buck. That's one of the reasons. One of the two major reasons I got out the military was to pursue this as you know, we did have contact.

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