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"ulan" Discussed on TNCnow
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"ulan" Discussed on TNCnow
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"ulan" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"To be a part of the twenty acres much on is really neat. I mean just your influence to really help others makes in speaks volumes in all of the things that you do and what you're about and you also have your own show on instagram. Igt be and that has been doing some pretty amazing things as well. He share with us a little bit about that. Certainly so i have a. It's so interesting. I have instagram. Show and i didn't even realize how long had it until i like. I was like wait. I've had a lot of episodes of our this but hall teen topics. And it's something that i have. Every month is actually coming up next month. So don't miss it. Essentially a show where i Cover news inspiration entrepreneurship fashion technology all except relating to teens i also interview teens and adults and young adults and even tweens. That are making in a difference. I to interview adults as well. Were making a difference in teens lives as well so anything onto teens on their end. The world the interesting issue. An intricate world the teenagers. I love to cover in this in this. Show island to binded inspirational. They you your your thank you. Yeah the new learning languages renewing all kinds of exciting things will you. You are really someone that is able to plan their time very well because we knew do. It's accomplishing things. Just what many people would say is a mountain of things to do and you get it done in addition to all the things that you need to do to stay on board with your education so these are these are fantastic. Just just points to show others what they can achieve as well in lanier following the what you're doing embracing it. They can learn a lot from the things that you're involved with which i think is really exciting and one of the things that is. I think media even hard for some people to believe. Is that someone so young could be double bestselling author and here you are and i wanna talk about your new book. That's being released and we want everybody to get on board with us because this is exciting. Stop tell me a little bit about your black. So seamer black. It is a young adult fantasy slash scifi novel adults and tweens. Even and it's about eight character needs saver black. Who there are these. There's this winged race of people bat wings and the good guys called sarah's and the bad guys are called sinndar is now the thing. Is that the main character is born a seminar but fights for sarah's sushi. Good is she bad. She does that kind of thing. And i am really excited about this. Because he is. I feel like it is really really going to help So many teams out there because it's a struggling of identity who should be fighting words. Should we be fighting for what we know. What we think is right. You know but it's unconventional or for tradition. But we don't think it's there. There's something not right about it and you know what what should we be fighting for. Light or darkness so all that stuff but in a fun and exciting and thrilling Book of war and battles and juries inquests all across a cool fantasy worlds. I'm very excited about this. And this is perfect timing because this is really what is trending and what is in demand. Sideway annecy especially for the john. Yeah of culture. Age group all i mean everything is yeah it falls under so this is this is really really exciting. Now let me ask you on your as the advertising. It shows that you can see it on the phone. Are you going to get a flip book from this or is it just the advertisement that you can or audio great question so yes there is for as for as your black when it comes out. It's going to be on a paperback and you can absolutely get it on jimbo as well. I would love an audio book and hopefully in the future that something that could have been a miami voice over actress. So we'll see about that but yes it will definitely be available for the back. End the kindle as well. This is really exciting and we really wanted to make sure to talk about that. Because there's so many e-readers out there. And i don't mean electronically but people who are reading through with their e-readers and and so it's just so much sometimes more convenient to do it that way. I personally like to have something tangible in my hand. I can you know. Flip in ulan. Smell the pages of the bull like uh smells like a good mystery. I mean there's just so much. I liked to see to that for those of the you are listening. Starting some book clubs in your area on this. Get some teams that are grouping together and so this is so important for so many reasons because there are so many teams out there that are struggling for those that are in like minded circles that want to rise above and keep positive and be healthy This is this is a good opportunity for us. Do that because you can follow the author arianna and Nba to be influenced in a way. That is really healthy. So this is really exciting. And also those of you who are going in to one of your english classes or any type of class this as we have a reading requirement. Please recommend this to your teacher and see. If you can't get your class through to read this. This will be a lotta fun and my guess would be. Is that if you contact me. Because you've started a book club in your area or you have gotten one of your teachers or the library to get on board with this. If you can let me know that you can register with me that you've had a book club going with zero black. I will find a way to have yana maker of grants to work. Okay so silver exciting about all of these things that are going on. I en- jazz now. Is there i this. I don't even want the audience to know. Just what else you have on your plate. We know that episode two is coming out that we just talked about. But there's other things that you've got going on and we're gonna wanna talk about the war. But i really want everybody to focus on today. The young adult that you have this novel. That's a side by to see that. Relief challenges making healthy choices and This is a big deal. Yes i'm i'm so excited. The the characters are my favorites. My parents favorites characters. That i've made out in general and i think that they can i think a lot of teams can relate especially to the main character. I think this is really important. And because of the things that you do. I like to encourage all of them. All.
Tesla Rumors: Model Y, China, Suppliers Plus Plaid Updates
"Everybody rob our here. Welcome back to tesla daily. Hope everybody had a great weekend. We are now back to the normal format and today. We're going to be discussing some news. On tesla out of china we've also got an update on a model y both pricing and demand news on bitcoin from ulan. Musk couple updates on the plan model. S a price target lowering from canaccord genuity and a couple of other pieces of news as well decent. Start of the week. Four tesla stock finishing up one point three percent today to six hundred seventeen dollars. Sixty nine cents. That compared to the nasdaq up. Three quarters of a percent so pretty good mackerel tail wind today for stocks like tesla art will start off in china today. We've got a few pieces of news. Some rumors some clarifications to make i is an update from a chinese tech supplier name to opo they supply in addition to tesla. Major automakers like volkswagen gm via chrysler. Bmw et cetera. And i believe this. Update that i i saw shared out on twitter by rafer tesla was an update from an investor. Call and it looks to me like in a question and answer portion of the call. Tessa was brought up. Or at least. I think that is the inference from context clues and unfortunately this is translated. I don't have a really good insight into the context provided but they are referred to here as company anyway. The translated question reads quote. There are many negative news about company. A in the market recently. How about the company's order situation and quote with translated answer reading quote the company strictly abides by the customer's confidentiality requirements. It is inconvenient to disclose. Please understand what i want to say is in the process of cooperating with customers. We deeply realized that all things done by company or correct including product positioning. Rnd manufacturing supplier management quality marketing etc are all very correct other cars. There is a gap of at least five years between companies at noon. We saw two hundred and forty percent increase in sales of company in europe and may rapid growth. The emergence and growth of new species will have problems of this kind which are also short lived. We can't just look at the appearance. We are very optimistic. And the current orders are normal and
"ulan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Year of where you introduced coach k. And i was back there with you at coach k. Being ferried around everywhere he saw you immediately broke off from all. The things we were supposed to do. Came delivered three jokes. He was dying. Just joke around with you. Yes paulie coach. Coach bay ham. Always sound like you know when you're trying to start your car. And i won't turn over a clicks like one of those a really cold mornings a golf tournament yes mclovin. We have another poll. Hardest name to spell in sports. We might want to save that because politics. He could get some of these. But it's really. Todd is famous for winning spelling bees conjuring cheers. He'll go controversial spilling saturday capital as as you want then to coon. Poll is probably pretty tough. I don't think she chef skis that hard. Because i always looked at as it starts crazy k. R. z. y. So i always think crazy and then juicy. So crazy juicy. Remember those names you had to do for the nba draft those. Her nicholas skittish really was one of my favorites. And i don't think there's an ass in their. If it's skittish valley. I think it starts with a d does to we ask the sopo who who to yasser sopo. That's a tough samir patel back in. Oh that's our spelling spelling bee. Yeah but he didn't know how he knew how to spell the words that they're familiar with. I gave him these names. He had no idea what plenty goes. Bless you what name did i give him. Where the the steelers fullback. All chris fool matsumoto follow. He thought your pumpkin them bush. You always like nine years of age. He's probably a billionaire now. Some tech giant of the name. Yes mclovin to as tough one. Yeah nicholas hobby. Berlin nikolai woman. That's committed bulan. Yeah that's what i said when he first the first highlight ever did of this goaltender nik- nikola ulan any just been called up. And you know we're live on sportscenter. I get this shot sheet that has like four plays on it and nobody gives me a announcer and i go and nikolai khabibulin. Get off the air and then one of our hockey guys goes. It's a hobby bullet. I said oh okay. So the k. Is silent he goes. Yeah i said. I got the nicholas part. Yeah paulie the fighter that i'm a fighter could be nagy made off which i could barely pronounce. I'm probably wrong. Yeah you're pretty good at it could be. It could be. Yeah yeah to greek freak. Thank god he's got that nickname anything else. I asked him celtics related polls. I could save them for. I join us again. And he's beside himself he. I know less about the celtics today than i did yesterday. But mannix is so passionate and he's because okay so i wanted the great young coaches in the nba. And i'm going to put him in the front office. Brad stevens forty four an ownership says. Okay danny's going to step down and we're going to have brad stevens be general manager. Okay and i. It was awkward the press conference yesterday. A it almost felt like okay. How do we. How do we so the media. How do we sell the public on this. The owner you have age and brad stevens. And i just kept this time to make any sense. You found your coach. Okay find a gm. Let me take a break. You get fired up and you know. I'm not as invested is chris. Mannix is but medics will join us coming up and we'll talk about what happened last night. Seventy sixers close out the wizards hawks close out the knicks jazz balanced the grizzlies maps up. Three two on the clippers nuggets blazers game six. Tonight sons lakers came six tonight. It's going to be great. take a break back. after this. In the dan patrick show discover the discover card and discover something. Amazing discovered matches all the cash. Back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year automatically and there's no limit on how much you can earn. 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"ulan" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant
"So i didn't say they can claim that can be income. Stroller whatever no emotion. They are emotions. That the best balkan that i can tell you did For trade the vulcan supposed- character is spoke father because when her mother dies he doesn't cry or editing. Is i like when i saw that. Didn't kerr valet at all. But he's because he's actually adopting. What sold was as the actual character. Balkans he's you know for starters is a full-fledged bulkin he's been doing this all his life since it was a young kid. I it's a lot harder for that. Is half human. And i don't know i want to speculate. That for ulan is actually harder because romance emotions. I might be mistaken here. But i think romney's emotions are a lot stronger than human emotions. Yes i mean. You said the seat to the extent that their mouths and takes them. What what did you think. I wanna hear your european i. I don't i guess. I don't know enough to answer that question. I mean there. 'cause they're an offshoot right. They're not they're not vulcans anymore. There are completely different race physically. Physiologically biologically yeah. Everything about him is different So maybe at some point like in their evolutionary tracked they. They aren't as intense emotionally. Like i i think the difference is they. They just embraced part of their. They just embraced a part of that emotional spectrum that just made the different like they reject logic you know and so in then you get kicked out of your planet right like well. You can't stay here because you guys are causing trouble to troubles. You gotta go so that a emotional backlash that pain. That wrongdoing suffered the ancient romulus they instead twists that into this untrustworthiness they just makes them slime balls. I mean really. I mean that's so they are they just you know they the whole Every eight backstab. Everybody they like. Klingons won't trust him will not only Klingons don't trust them all you know th they're just they're just they're they're even like warfield and says it like romulus air without honor so you have a very good. I never really thought about it that way. But derry sent men adds to that Did today or regional conflict. Because if you think about it they were once a raise.
"ulan" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Welcome back. Everyone do the relationships and revenue. Podcast i am. John hewlett and so glad that you decided to join us. Today we are going to pause. This is more for my editor than anything and yes getting that reverb. Who are like. I don't handle all right. I'm gonna put the song okay. I just ordered some some new ones. That doesn't look so clunky like how they're not in my ears either i. We'll see if that helps assess All right that should be better. Okay well i will making mental note here and i will tell my editor right now. Who happens to be my son. Ethan up until this point we're going to chop out everything but andres intro. I'm gonna pause and then we're gonna do essentially start over okay. So here's the pause. Welcome back everyone to the relationships and revenue podcast. I am your host. John ulan so happy. You decided to join us today. And with me is my guest andrea young. Andre how are you. I'm doing fantastic. Thank you for having me and everybody listening. I hope you're having an amazing day so glad that you guys are here whether you're listening or watching us right now..
"ulan" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"And revenue podcast. I am your host. John ulan thrilled to have all of you with us today. And it is my honor to present to you. My guest john ruling. Now it may sound like. I'm doing a play on words. I'm saying my name. I'm actually not if you're watching by screen you can see. He's actually there. So hey john how are you. I'm good it's good to be here. Well glad to have you here. I'm excited spend some time with you today to be able to share with folks a little bit more about you your rise to fame will make you who you are and the contributions that you're making not only to society in general but you're making to your family as well so let's get right into it though if you don't know john first of all you need to get to know him so let me tell you a little bit about john and for those of you listening. You hear me jumping papers because i always have notes with me. I prepare ahead of time. So john is an international keynote speaker. Easing advisor author as he mentioned earlier. The book is called gift allergy. The subtitle is the art and science of using gifts to cut through the noise increase. Referrals strengthened retention. Just as an aside folks is a fantastic book. I've read through the book two times already absolutely love the book have given it away. Multiple times is a great book to teach you how to be able to really reach out to those who you care about in your business and that you want to say you are important. So we'll get into more of that later. John's also been featured in many different types of publications huffington post forbes inc entrepreneur. I could go into more and more on those. But people really want to know more about you john so what i would love to hear from you and i think our audience would as well is. Tell us a little bit more about you. How did you get your start. And how did you become who you are today. Yeah well what i say. Is that if you're thinking about skipping to the next episode like a lot of dudes when we speak on big audiences you can tell the guys in the audience are like really. Somebody's talking about gifting as like this game changing thing cook. Nobody cares about gifts. You know like. I don't care you don't nobody wakes up at four thing man. If i had a gifting strategy my life would change. You know to your point of what the name of your podcasts. Everybody's business in life is determined by relationships relationships with clients. Employees friends mentors advisors in how we show up for those relationships is what determines whether or not the relationships are successful or not and that's goes for business and personal and so really what we talk about in the book and what i speak on is the gift is just a delivery vehicle emotion like it's not like if you give some widget or some trinket or some promotional items like magically things are gonna change but if you love on your relationships well whether that's a client a boss and employee a kid your parents like we all crave like one of my mentors. Original mentors.
"ulan" Discussed on DV Radio
"Been doing this for fucking ten years. I know and the fact that barracks talk frag out. Drag-out service dog show Were all true whenever the puck. Rickles protocol decides to come back whenever time now whenever we have the barracks party or dart thirty and we do pillow talk and the fact that you're sitting there and you're having fun and you're getting to pass two hours. That feels like fucking five minutes and you're like go over pillow talk and i'm like no motherfucker. I'm done like. I love you guys for that. I don't care if you buy t shirt. I don't care if you get on badri on. I do care. If you share. Shit so others can have that fulfillment that you're having so they can have the way too fucking forget the goddamn demint for fucking two hours laugh about some stupid shit yell at me because i'm ulan and you because john burke is a piece of shit like like thing i liked about it. This is you know those other organizations that we do promote like you said objected zero and stuff like that. That's out there to help folks. You know what i mean. And that's the biggest thing is getting the word out about all these great organizations that are actual veteran family. Not just us lucky catchphrase. What brazil said. I've always viewed dysfunctional veterans and quotations as an organization that accepts that they had been made that way by the military but own and accept what they are. They are in control of the condition not the other way around real family and a lot of ways. You're correct Whether you know the military made us like this or we just always been like. This mentioned me. Well i think he. I don't think he was like this before he. I mean actually got to mention six because it started out as a joke out as and and a lot of people don't know that so six and i had cal..
Karpathy Talks Deep Learning, Elon Musk, FSD Beta, & Waymo Competition
"Our here and today we're going to be mostly talking about some takeaways from a recent interview of tesla's director of artificial intelligence. Enrique are happy on a podcast called the robot brains podcast which i willing to in the show notes. The whole conversation is about an hour and five minutes. I would highly recommend listening to all of it. I thought it was very approachable. And hopefully it helps set the stage for a conversation. We're going to have later this week. Quick look at the stock tesla today finished down one point two percent to six hundred and sixty two dollars sixteen cents not a bad day overall. Considering the nasdaq itself finished down. One point one percent are going into the carpet. The interview again great interview. I think it's super interesting in terms of timing right now because this is so current tesla's obviously working on the fasd beta right now. Andre did share some thoughts on that which we will get to you. I do wanna give a little bit of background though for people that aren't familiar with andres background so he has a history and education research again. A lot of notoriety in the field of artificial intelligence and specifically in deep learning. Because of his course at stanford about deep learning which was really the first of its kind and those lectures were also shared on youtube. Gained a ton of traction. There so andre was teaching that class at stanford got his phd. There after that he joined open. A i search scientist spent a couple of years there but at that point in his life he had been doing research for about a decade reading papers writing papers so he talks about that period of time in this interview and joining tesla saying quote. I was definitely getting a little bit restless. At that time i felt like these algorithms are extremely and can really move the needle on some very incredibly important problems in society. I wanted to take a more active role in doing that. So i was getting a bit restless. I was looking at different opportunities and say startups and things like that and then one thing that kind of happened on the side is because open at the time under the umbrella of ulan organizations few times we were interacting with people at tesla and i was kind of consulting a little. Bit for some of the problems and autopilot. I kind of realized that they were dealing with fundamentally a deep learning computer vision and this was the fundamental constraint to whether or not this product were work so i was kind of intrigued by that but it was just a few consulting opportunities here and there. I sorta spoke to the team. But at this time when i was getting really wrestles to apply this technology in the industry actually ilan reached out and asked me. Hey you've been sort of consulting for the team. Do you actually want to join and lead the computer vision team here and help get this car to drive. And so he taught me a very kind of correct time. When i was really getting restless and i feel like this is perfect and i think i can do this. I think i have the skill to contribute here. This is an incredibly impactful opportunity. And i love the company and of course i love yuan and everything that he's doing and so i would say that again was a moment stars align for me and i felt very strongly that this is the right thing to do at this time and quote so long quote there but i appreciated having that background. I've always kind of wondered if andres heart was really in the research realm and if you lon had kind of convinced him and pulled him away from that but that doesn't sound like the case from how hundred describes. He said that at that time when he made that decision to go to tesla he and his colleagues at opening i had joked around that he'd probably only make it about six months. And here we are four years later. I'm really happy about that. Because i think under just a perfect fit for this role. Not only does he have an incredible understanding of the technical challenges that tesla's facing but he also seems to have the right personality for it. He talked about working with yuan. Then also get into some of the technical stuff here in a second but he said quote. He's a double edged sword in terms of working with him because he wants the future yesterday and he will push people and he will inject a lot of energy and he wants to happen quickly. And you have to be of a certain. I think attitude to really tolerate that over long periods of time. But he's around some self with people who get energy out of that and also on the future to happen quicker. Those people really thrive at tesla. And so i happen to. Also i think be like that and so i don't personally mind it. I actually thrive on it and the energy of getting this to work faster and quote. I think this anecdote probably serves as a good reminder. That high turnover isn't necessarily a bad thing just by default you'll often see articles without a lot of data honestly being critical of tesla for having high turnover especially in management. But from the outside. It seems like they go through these cycles where they have a lot of turnover in short periods of time and then they find the person that's right for the role and also vice versa that the role is right for them and seems like those people tend to stick for a long long time better to have high turnover work through a number of different people and find the right person than to stick with the wrong person for too long anyway. The other salient point. That andre made about you on came about from a discussion on tussles hardware in the vertical integration. Andre said quote. I think to a large extent yulon sees ai as just a fundamental pillar of a lot of this technology and wants to invest in internal teams that develop a lot of this technology and co design. Everything tesla is definitely about vertical integration and squeezing a lot of juice from the benefits of that and quote. He continued on with that line of thought and mentioned co design. Three or four times. I think which is really one of the most important and special elements of tesla. This co design idea particularly how the organization is structured around that idea. Tesla's purpose built hardware chips for full self. Driving is obviously a great example of that structural batteries a great example of that before that you had super bottle than the octo valve the list just goes on and on and overtime continues to grow so pay very very close attention to that when andre says that you on sees a i as a fundamental pillar of a lot of their technologies we're still in the very early innings of that actually showing up in tesla's business are at so getting into some of his more technical comments than this is going to be a really long quote. I apologize for that. But i think it's a good primer. So he was asked. How would you describe deep learning to your parents. Andre says quote. Let's use a specific example. Because i think it's useful so let's talk about image recognition we have images images are made up to a computer of a large number of pixels and each pixel just tells you the brightness of the red green and blue channel at that point
"ulan" Discussed on Talking Junk
"And all the other episodes. We were trying to find our way and trying to find sponsors. Are speaking sponsors all right now. Sugar dot In order your liquor today but besides that you have to work in earned for everything sponsors. Don't come easy. The viewers don't come easy. The guy that i think we don't come easy. I think everyone learns their own approach but there has to be like the basic stepping stones like a foundation is the same no matter where you go unless like talent said you have cake. 'cause then you could just jump to the top and pay everybody. I'm by everything but why do it at that point. It's just and then army. What do you really learn. And then that way. Is i think when you lose it. You don't really understand how to to get it back. There's no real source of because you don't know where you even went wrong so it's like you know how successful really be like yes. We definitely know that there is. There is money in what they call it. Legacy in Trust fund babies. Yeah but but the work that they but the work your forefathers did in order for you to be that trust fund baby was not a cakewalk. With not the that you're allowed to make because you're that trust fund baby. They still had filed loan that foundation. And blueprint so you'll do what you want with it but how that money started and was able to get to the point that it even helps. You still came from that basic foundation of business one on one again though fitting that business model for that business industry exactly. You don't want any orion you don't learn foundation. It's about foundation the empires handed to them. They don't and that's what the testimony in chess you know. That's what the test has. Money is because when you come in you have a testimony is because you pass a test and you now a you know shooting share with everyone how you pass that test you. If you didn't have it to share you wouldn't have testimony. You want in our testimonies not only encouragement for us as a well job well done but his testimony so others can know was possible. Ulan say your testimony is so that the village knows what it looks like to love. How can you. How can you feel good about your compliments. If you didn't work hard for it how can you. How can you make somebody realize their dreams in what you're doing if you work hard for.
"ulan" Discussed on The Super Human Life
"I wanted to let you know how grateful and blessed am to have you here with me today. Let's get on today's show. What is going on everybody. Welcome back to another amazing in very exciting impact left and so obviously premium life as always under house. Frank rich tonight on so incredibly grateful to have you here with me today. What a jam packs powerful conversation. We had in store for you today. I had incredible guests on the show. And i'm gonna get into intro using him here in real quick but for those that are new to the supreme allied. Let me just thank you for joining us today. Thank you for tuning in whether watching on youtuber listening on apple or whatever podcast from you are so incredibly grateful having communities my open goal with the show to help men take back control of their license step into the light and got traded for them to live in. We do that to the conversation at your with all of our guests introducing our guest eight six something with you guys now. I get a lot of questions like how did you run. You know multiple businesses. How do you show for the cast. How do you build recovery. You still running things over at frank rich denison all the projects that. I'm currently working on well as i am. I am highly engaged with my sleep in my schedule in what not to look at taking some additional. Talk about about myself regiment. Here any more of a one thing that has really helped me hand these last few months. Eight in developing some objects that we're working on as my niece supplementing here with mental trigger by red con one metal trigger is a brain performance or cognitive performance supplement. A couple of green of our alpha-gpc which releases the neuro transmitter combing inside of Facilitate learning and memory and then we sat down with tia crane which is incredible mentor. Stimulate your central nervous system. Guys what this does is. This is like a set. It's a brain aug. Performance enhancing summit. 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That wasn't really prepared for in in in you'll hear we'll see in the conversation that the topics that we discussed are more important than some of the nutrition stuff We dive into some of his background. We dive into some of the adversity that he had to deal with regarding known somewhat of an abusive home he shares his you know he shares his and now at a very young age he knew that there was more to this world than what we just see here on the material side of things. I'll be talking about prayer. Talk about spirituality. Talk about scripture A really what. This message is really all about. Because we'll i watch companies are he headed. His company launched a new business right at the beginning of the pandemic last year. So how were we when when so. Many people were struggling financially when so many people were losing their jobs and so many people were losing opportunities however we both really able to see the opportunity any obstacle in guys. i keep that for. Today's conversation is really about how facing adversity about facing child but training those obstacles and opportunities can really be your calling. You can help you step into the life that you were created. Live so guy. I really hope you enjoyed this conversation on incredibly honored to share this one with wills in amazing brother mind and i'm just so excited to share them with you much out of this as i did get to help us continue to grow this message. View always appreciate ratings reviews subscription right there on on youtube you guys doing. That's highly appreciated without further. Ado guys. let's get in today's conversation with william young turning obstacles in opportunities william brother. Welcome to the superman life. Frank my man. Thanks so much for having me on dude absolutely and this is This has been one of those. Those conversations has been a long time In the waiting And i'm just so excited to really dive into ulan in the work that you're doing what i truly love about you and we're going to kind of unpack. Some things that you're doing with with educated dieter is is is with the world of of online coaching. I mean it's it's something that has just really. I mean in the last year with kobe. It's it's it's taken its content even another level but but in these last years. You've kind of seen this growth in a space. And i think you and i have a similar kind of belief about about the whole coaching coaching. Space you know. It's funny one of the first episode. Did actually episode four was with mutual friend of ours Brian blanca paki We talked about some of the dangers of no just just coaches in in trainers in general How it's it's it's kind of been the scene you know you've you've seen it. I mean you've been in the game for a super long time but it's like you know you go through a physical transformation yourself or maybe step on stage for the first time in. It's like now you now. You become a coach now you quote unquote become an expert in. He and i talk about some of the some of the dangers of working with those type of people. And i know everything you do is is based around the educational side of things. Some real excited to kind of dive into how you got to this point. You know in in your career. What led you to ask such a passion for coaching. have passion for education and then really impact some things From what you guys are doing educated iron and hopefully give our listeners. Here you know some tools that they can really walk away with in the implementing in their lives. So why don't we start here with with the first thing is is. Let's just get a little bit about your background in in in your journey you know i know grown up. You're an athlete. I know you've played college ball out there. A couple of different couple different schools out west. But you know where fitness In healthy and and end the desire to to work with and coach people. Where did.
"ulan" Discussed on Book Echoes
"To produce a manuscript manuscript the publication but because publication is a tough row sas traditional publishing is going to give you a whole lot more no than it gives you yasa's even jane ulan published just more books than i. I've able to count wonderful books for children and adults and she gets reductions. Rejections are going to happen a lot and not every book is is gonna be worth publishing on either method so if you really got to believe in this book if you're going to go down that path now with south publishing you don't have that same gatekeeper topic you but you still have an emotional toll. Not everybody is going to like your book. And it's gonna take a long time to really learn the business to learn how to market to learn how to produce your work how to roll with the punches. When bad reviews come in you need to have the passion for your work to heap. You sustained during not tough early learning curve. So ask yourself. Why do i want to publish this. Not why should. Why do i want to publish. Because that's a pretty easy one for a lot of writers they had. This dream may be forever for as long as they can remember. But why do i want to publish this now. The next question you should ask yourself is is it really ready. Has this manuscript bam reu critique now as you get further along as you publish more as you write more. You're going to know your process a lot that you're gonna feel more confident when things are ready to go and you're probably going to need less critique and revision but early on in the process. I encourage you to take your time with that. Get feedback from a critique. Group have a small group of people a handful of people. Look at your work now. Don't have hundred people look at your work and then you're going to get confused with lots of conflicting feedback but have a handful of people who know what they're doing. Look at your work and get feedback has this. Has this work been rabbis multiple times if this is early in your career. This should have been revised multiple times. You should've been spending some time learning the craft of writing before you are ready to send your work out into the world now the next question. You should ask yourself. Am i ready and again. That's because this is an emotional process. Are you ready to hear. Lots of no's are you. Have you researched. if you're if you're traditionally publishing research the querying process. Do you know what an agent is and why you might need one or why you might go without one. Are you ready to get lots of rich actions and keep going and if you're not ready to do those things that's okay..
"ulan" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"You become a better entrepreneur and a better man. Does your last name right. Yes he did all right. Welcome back everybody to the relationships and the revenue show. I am your host. John ulan as always thrilled to have. You spent a little bit of time with me today. And i am equally thrilled to have as my guest. Nick cavuto nick. How are you today. Awesome thank you so much for having me here today. I appreciate it so much. Ben you bet you bet will listeners to let you know who nick is. Nick is a high performance business coach and an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurial mentor in the areas of success. Mindset success mindset. If i could say that right personal branding and humor. We're going to have to talk about that part. I'd like that idea gay. It's all about experience for him. But he has two other titles that i think he probably will agree with me or two most important and those are husband dad hundred percent sweet all right so now that we've told the listeners a little bit. I mean just barely scratched the surface as to who you are nick. Take us back a little bit kind of take us from where you were before in how you've got to where you are now..
"ulan" Discussed on KPCC
"But it's definitely a price tag. That's kind of eye watering. I'm thinking of 2001 Space Odyssey, where they have their serving drinks and flight. But that's not what this is gonna be. So is this a business thing for axiom? Or is it a tourist thing? What will they be doing as a private company? So axiom is planning to have multiple missions that are going to kind of ramp up. So this is there going to be the first entirely private mission to the space station. They plan to eventually attach their own modules to the I s s and that they're hoping to use is a test bed for them, eventually launching a private space station into orbit. Now, as far as I know, they don't make spacecraft. Right. So who's spacecraft? Are they using? They're using a space X spacecraft. Ah, Ulan Musk is added again here in space. Well, he's showing that you can make a profit and that that private industry can work in space. We're definitely seeing an increase in private space flight in private interest in getting into space and exploring and also using resource is up there and, of course, that if they're going to be like in a hotel in the spirit in the international space station, they got to be paying for food and board, don't they? That's right. They do They have to. If you were staying in a hotel, you would have to pay for the space. You'd have to pay for whatever you ate, and it's the same thing here, Although I don't I don't imagine even even with the price tag for space travel. I can't imagine that they're going to be eating the finest cuisine up there. There's limits. That's a nasty makes a few bucks on this than getting reimbursed for. Yes, absolutely. Give us a timeline on this here. So they're planning. They think the earliest they could launch would be in a year in January, 2022 But, you know, with all things space related every time you get an estimate of the deadline, you have to take it with a grain of salt. Because often these missions get Pushed back by by, you know, by weeks or months or even years, All right, let's let's before we run out of time. Let's move on to a really important question about whether the dinosaur spinal Saurus was more of us swimmer or a waiter. I love stories like this about scientists are are passionate on both sides of this debate. They really are. They're releasing new papers. The most recent paper advances the hypothesis that the spinosaurus which is this, like 50, ft Long Dinosaur, 20 ft. Tall, It had this big sale on its back, and they know that it lived. In and around the water. But the question is, was it sort of swimming through the currents? Or was it more of a waiter like awaiting bird? And a lot of this involves just looking at the body and the remains that they've recovered and comparing it to existing animals. And the most recent study that has come out has now said. We think it was a waiter. Waiter just up to its waste may be right because they were looking at sort of the body shape, and a lot of aquatic animals that are spent much more time swimming have a much more streamlined body. It's easier for them to navigate through the water on this study is looking at various how, at the bulk of the Spinosaurus at that sort of unwieldy sale at the number of muscles in its tail, and they said, Based on this information, we don't think it would have been a very fast Swimmer and we think it would have been a more effective strategy for this type of animal toe. Stay in the waiting shallows and toe dip its head in. Well, I wonder what the over under was on taking bets, whether it was the swimmer or the waiter. Well, we'll leave that up to the Vegas bookmakers on that. Thank you Something. Thank you. Sophie Bushwick, Technology editor at Scientific American Always good to talk with her. You've got to take a break, but when we come back, we're answering your questions about the covert 19 vaccine with an expert,.
"ulan" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"ulan" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Peace, then watches on and we've got it covered for you back to your calls In a moment at 802 280550 remember, you can always call us 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Consider us your release valve. What you agree or disagree? I know this is the Oasis Petroleum Be the Buffalo Hotline. I know it's designed for great North Dakotans to celebrate other great North Dakotans. And you sure can't do that there because all of you have the Same kind of be the Buffalo spirit They do at Oasis Petroleum, but it could also be the they hate him and hotline. That's okay too. Or just hate in general. Just hate hotline. You can hate anybody. Anything. A truck hate me. Hate me. Hate my brother. Hate other people. Whatever. I don't care. I thought you were supposed to love your brother. But I guess you don't hate your brother changes Ugo. Yeah, It's kind of a bummer. Today is Wednesday, and that means Swedish meatballs on my radar. A little bummed out. I didn't get to the lost Dani Este ran out of time. But Swedish meatballs or lasagna. Are they doing the Swedish meatballs? That's all I want in the valley cities that's gonna take about 45 minutes for you and I, but we'll get there. Maybe we trip we need to decompress you can get Swedish meatballs. Also, request may have a new dress for a book. So I know what you're picking. Valley City exit to 92 hardwood north of Fargo. She has choice today Teriyaki chicken at 12,000 north or we could go to Ulan for lasagna. They're back up. The catch is no longer closed. They sold out to sea tacos yesterday on they're going to go, Petros, Serve us a home, cook and grab and go convenience. Well, I think we should go to Valley City because I want to take a look at this. Unbelievable set of wheels. It's not free. But it's worth every penny. 2017 Chevrolet Suburban. Apocalypse and Valley City Sharp white color. Premier addition, this things only got 36,000 miles on it. Oh, it's got the coca dune leather interior. Call that tan, but they have to come up with new names with this stuff. Sunroof, DVD navigation power left. Did you get the picture? Heated seats. We don't need those cooled seats. Yeah. We need them both leather and new tires. 22 inch chrome wheels. Ah, one owner trade they This thing was treated treated like the most precious thing you could ever imagine. You signed a lot right now at 48,900. I suppose that 60 plus 70 new right? Well, yes, only 36,000 miles on so still new and 48 9 today. Straight 48 If you tell him you heard on the on us I had heard about on the radio brand new. This is Yeah. 80,000 for this one was the sticker on it. And it's 48 grand today. Unbelievable. Online, you'll find it and publish Valley City. Com column at 804 14352 couple off here calls first. I don't know where the off their calls tend to be a little nastier. Maybe it's easier. It's sort of a social media thing. But Todd, you play yours first. He should be impeached, That's for sure. He's the biggest crook in in the world. Needs to be a speech. I never thought I'd hear radio host that him and his brother would stand in front of a dormitory with their pants. Don't wait. What do you mean your brother? Mm hmm. Oh, yeah. I'm really lost by getting to know Scott. I didn't never I'd never did that. I don't have a brother. You I don't have a brother that did that. So question everything we now say this guy is not credible. I think maybe the dormitory pants down thing. Maybe reforming, referring to a former candidate for secretary state who admitted his mistake who you know, sadly got caught up in a political swirl when he's only trying to make sure we counted every vote likely. And bring the age of the secretary of state's office down about 60 years, But you know that's been adjudicated. That's not my brother. I did defend him at the time because I thought he Screwed up and admitted it. It'll do for anybody. Democrat or Republican. You just say Hey, I did it dumb. Sorry. I was in a dark place Whatever. Kevin has one to Cabot. Phil. What do you got? So here, the Republicans said all we need to be afraid of the Mexicans. Luke Hickey, Dirty Brown people. They're coming. They carry the plague. They're coming. We see him at the border. I could see him for my house at the border bill defense. Build a wall. Keep him out. We're gonna have to laugh at it. Now, Um, the Mexicans didn't bring the plague. It was the white people. Mexicans didn't bring the plague. It was white Republican president that didn't control the plague. And you're certain after last at it now build the wall held their building walls everywhere around the courthouse Is state Capitol anyplace that the Republican Party's gonna be But they're building a wall to keep the Republicans out. We have more to fear from Republicans who knew then we had to fear from the Mexicans. Berta. Ironic, isn't it? Hmm. I'll just let that sit there, mostly because I'm worried for her. You know, you think I had to possibly stroke on Monday that that's like stroke time? Uh oh. Ouch! Let's see here. Gene in Bere area. North Korea. There's another good little cove Gene. You got a minute ago. Good morning, Scott. Oh, let's see. What do we think up for a new man for the Republican Party about the party of UNIX? You know, I kind of like you, man. They won't fight and the Democrats they heard this morning that they picked Paul. Mar. Well, the guy from California with the Chinese Mistress or whatever, right? Okay. Now they put here Mommy Intelligence of Committee or nominated him for the Intelligence committee. Now that's a really intelligent thing. Who the heck else would men? They're about it. That's why you probably think, if you were you, Nick. So I'm connecting these dots for you.
"ulan" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"A little lunch today? Oh, any day you bet when you choose lunch, Do you prefer home cooking or Oh, yeah. You always mention Petro. Serve us say, but I'm gonna give a shout out to my Glyndon Peeps and Glendon, Minnesota on my drive. Actually serve us today, too? Yes, forget my roasted chicken is very, very good. Roasted chicken, Great mashed potatoes. Fantastic gravy when they do the whole deal together, Todd, Have you ever been over the man, Dan? Patrick Serve U. S. A. Uh, I haven't been to the mandate in one They have the they have a super duper chicken Kevin's talking about I was in the pageant served by the capital yesterday. They have a lot of lot of great food there. But there's not the daily specials that stuff, but it's good food. I have last night. I can't remember. I might have gone chicken there too. Just before I left town, But it's some of these locations. We tell you about this actual daily specials. They're a little bit different. Every day's a special because they have great food and patch will serve us a butt today. I think I got to go a little bit north. Harwood. I 29 because are you ready for it? Meatball dinner. Oh, there you go. Yeah, and Valley City. Today they have two items You can choose from hot beef sandwich or chicken pot pie. Yeah, That's what I'm talking about. West Main Avenue, West Fargo all ban Now I'm gonna flip a coin between meatball dinner and What they're doing at West Main Avenue, West Fargo, because I've actually driven over there for this before, and it was so good. I only eat about half of it and had that you know the rest. The next day was so good. Lasagna with garlic toast. Lasagna with garlic. Does it works today? Yeah. And beef tips at 12th Avenue. North Fargo, 9 29 pectorals Serve US dates home cooking. It's grabbing Go convenience. And, uh, I don't know what a C taco is What you think A C taco is C as in the left, she Would be a fish taco. Maybe letter C Okay. Chickens. Odyssey. Yeah, that's in Ulan. Today might be a typo. But anyway to taco And if I were you, I'd you know I'd get over there quick. Also double stamp Tuesdays to get your Lucky seven club card stamped twice today. Remember, still petrol, serve us say whether it has the marathon banner or the Seine expanded. That's just where they get their gas. And they have two different brands, cynics and marathon because They want. You know, when you put the pump, you know, Fire up the pump. You're getting the best price. Okay. All right back to the fullest. Who's the enemy is my question I will address one text quickly. The name of your program needs to be changed to what's on Scott's mind. Here this once in a while, and I take it as a gentle little bit of feedback to say you talk more than the callers do. Probably true because I give you a little You know what's on my mind at the beginning of the show? I do that generally to find out what's on your mind. I have told the collars. If they stay online, we'll get to them because we want to know what's in their mind. But I hear you and No, Todd will then get the buzzer out. If I'm talking too much, right, Todd, you'll tell me S so what point taken. But if I talked all day every day to be very boring show I don't do that. Very, very boring Show maybe, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I don't The salt of the of life comes from our callers. Market Bismarck. What's on your mind? Go ahead, mark laid on me. Yeah. I'd like you to ask. Mr Holden, Mr Kramer or Mr Armstrong? Go explain to the American people. Why people like Lerner Brennan Clapper. Uh, Whole bunch. Nothing's being done to them. And, more importantly, Going after Trump for inciting a riot. But You remember on national TV Maxine Waters, telling people to get in Republican spaces and tell them they're not wanted there, you know. That inciting but she walks away. She didn't have stepped down. Why is there this double standard and it's like Republican Party can't do anything about it apparently were always out of power. It seems like you want are we don't do anything. Yeah, you, You know, don't don't hang up, Mark. You were less than a minute. Ever so good. I want to jump in. I think how Here's how I would answer it. Democrats fight Democrats fight like hell Republicans think if if I don't fight quite as hard maybe I'll have political capital. Maybe they'll be nice to me next time, maybe what they won't steal the next election, And it is a fatal flaw of every day of every Republican. In Washington, D C. Representing us right now. Fatal flaw Because you're exactly right. There's more than enough over the last five years of explosives. People why it hasn't been done has two reasons in my mind, the legal process never moves fast. But the Senate is too nice. They're too nice. Ron Johnson is the only one that's gone anywhere near this. Republicans in the Senate have tried, but they're in the minority. So that's not easy. And I believe that that's why we love Donald Trump your month. I'm sorry. What if they tried to do anything that they tried to do anything about Maxine Waters doing this? This terrible played every day. That's all you gotta do Just so people there her own words. Are we the bad guys there, she But I think what you here's what you described why we love Donald J. Trump so much why he is the best president in my lifetime bar. None because the guy knew how to fight and when people didn't fight Quick enough fast enough. He wasn't afraid to say Lindsey Graham, get it in gear. You know, even Mike Pence. I love Mike Pence. I think Mike Pence has been super oil to Donald Trump. And probably the reason he got elected, but he even he couldn't fight. Like he needed to fight at the end. Now we're asking them to do something he couldn't do on. I is Mike Pence's fault. I think it goes back to what you're saying. The minute Maxine Waters says that they mean the minute they kick. You know Sarah Sanders out of a restaurant.
"ulan" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Welcome everyone to the relationships and revenue. Podcast this john ulan and this is my first solo video. So i'm super excited about that One of the things. That i'm gonna ask for you to do for me if you don't mind is besides giving us a ratings and review where you normally would do. I'd also appreciate if you give me some feedback in whatever way you can get in touch with me and my various social media channels and also all my brand new youtube channel. Where is where you're gonna find this video. Gimme some feedback on what. I'm doing how i can improve that sort of thing. That's the only way that any of us gets better is if we get feedback from people so i asked that you be polite when you do it Other than that bring. It goes all. I wanted to get better and to be able to provide something. That's fantastic for everyone. So i am recording this on january. First twenty twenty one so it was the beginning of a brand new year. And i'm really excited about the new year because there's some really cool things coming up for me and the things i'm offering in my businesses and so there's some things that i want to share with you today to try and help you as well as myself. Get off on the right foot. I want to dispel some misnomers. I one of the things that people talk about often are resolutions win. A new year starts. And i gotta tell you. I hate resolutions. I think they're horrible. Why well if you can name for me. One person includes you as well named for me. One person that you know of this had at least one resolution that they've kept an entire year. Can you think of anybody. Because i can't not one. So let's for the rest of our discussion today. we're going to toss out that word resolutions. it is gone. We're not talking about that anymore. What we're going to talk about our healthy productive habits that we're gonna be creating that's what we're talking about today goal setting in creating great habits to let's get into it and just so everybody knows i make notes for myself. That's how i roll. So i'm fifty years old. I don't remember everything appeal the time. That's why i write this stuff down. Here's something that's super important when you get started on this and this doesn't matter if you're trying to set up goals for yourself trying to create the best possible habits for you first of all you know you you gotta know who you are and you've got to know why you're here meaning your purpose. You gotta know that stuff inside out upside down while even having to think or blink an eye you gotta know you if you don't know you then let's start working on doing the hard things is gonna take to get you to the point where you know who you are. You know where you're headed so that you can begin to develop the goals and habits. You need to get you further down that road so for the moment. We're going to assume that you know who you are and you know why you're here. Okay so when you know your purpose and you know your mission in life you know what you're supposed to be doing. That is extremely important. Now that you know those things you gotta make sure that your goals in your habits align with.
Musk to Tesla employees: 'Our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer!' if we don't control costs
"We also happen to have a leaked email from ulan. Musk to tussle employees today electric posted about this mid day today so i'll just read the email in full here. It's relatively short. Yulon says quote at a time like this when our stock is reaching new highs. It may seem as though spending carefully is not as important. This is definitely not true when looking at our actual profitability is very low at around one percent for the past year. Investors are giving us a lot of credit for future prophets. But if at any point they conclude that's not going to happen. Our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer much more important in order to make our cars more affordable. We have to get smarter about how much we spent. This is a tough game of pennies requiring thousands of good ideas to improve part cost a factory process or simply the design while increasing quality and capabilities. A great idea would be one. That's as five dollars but the vast majority of fifty cents here or twenty cents there in order to make the electric revolution happen. We make electric cars stationary batteries and solar to go. Thanks great working with you as always alone and quiet. So i think the common first reaction when you email like this is oh tesla's struggling with profitability. Q four must be bat or something like that. I definitely don't think that's the case. I mean we have had price drops on the model seen some drops in china during the course of the quarter but for the most part i think tesla held steady. And we've actually even seen an increase in the price of full self driving and if that release goes wider tussle will be able to recognize a lot of that revenue this quarter and all those are before considering that we should easily see all time. High delivery numbers this quarter and last quarter tesla posted. Almost four percent prophet there. Gap net income was three hundred. Thirty one million dollars on to shove nine billion in revenue and even for the last twelve months tesla's gap net income margin has been percents even so i have no concerns about you for being profitable. They should clear that bar very easily. I think this can be taken very much face value. It's just gone saying hey. Don't get distracted by the stock price. That doesn't mean we have achieved victory yet overall were not extremely profitable. We still need to focus on cutting costs and bringing prices down for customers to me. It's as simple as that.
Fiber's New Science of Health-Boosting Benefits
"This week we're talking about fiber. Now wait eight. Don't go away. Fiber may seem like a somewhat frumpy nutrient but it is actually one of the hottest topics nutrition right now and that's partly because fiber plays such a big role in the health and function of the Gut microbiome data and anything to do with the microbiome is trending the way we define and categorize categorize fiber has also gotten a complete overhaul in recent years. We used to think of fiber or simply as roughage. The parts of the plant that are digestive system could not break down and convert into energy and then fiber was further. Broken down into soluble and insoluble fiber soluble fiber. Like that in Oat Bran was I thought to act like a sponge soaking up cholesterol and keeping it out of your bloodstream. Insoluble fiber like that in wheat brand was thought to work more. Like go broom helping to push waste through the system but now we recognize that fiber does a lot more than just soak stuff up and move stuff Out and the list of benefits attributed to fiber has been expanded to include Reduced Inflammation Enhanced Immune function appetite and weight control enhanced Nutrient Nutrient absorption. Better blood sugar control and type two diabetes prevention and a lot of this happens via the microbiome. The fiber in our diet affects the number a number and the variety of beneficial bacteria in our gut. Suffice it to say that the fiber story is far more complex and interesting than we ever imagined. It's not just about getting more fibre anymore because different types of fiber have different effects. So if you're looking for a specific benefit you'd Wanna a match your choices to your concern and in the show notes for today's podcast. We have an info graphic. That will help you do just that but first let's get our terminology straight. You will still see fiber broken down into soluble and insoluble on nutrition facts labels but this is not the only or even the most meaningful way to sort or categorize fiber we now the fiber not just by its solubility but also its viscosity fermentable eighty tolerability and prebiotic activity. Soluble fibers dissolve in water. Insoluble fibers do not. You stir them into water and they'll eventually settle to the bottom of the glass. Viscous fibers are soluble fibers. That don't just dissolve Kevin Water. They actually form a semi solid Gel. fermentable fibers stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut and fermentable fibers. I include both soluble and insoluble fibers. Although most of them are soluble a prebiotic fiber is a fermentable fiber. That's been shown to selectively promote the growth of specific bacteria that are linked to health benefits so all prebiotics are fermentable fibers but not all aw fermentable fibers have been classified as prebiotic and then. In addition to these terms which describe form and function. There are other designations designate. That have to do with how fiber is regulated and labeled a functional fiber is one. That's been extracted from its original food source for use as a supplement or food additive in order to be classified as a functional fiber it must have some beneficial effect. But that doesn't necessarily need to be through its effect on the intestinal bacteria. A functional fiber may be soluble or insoluble viscous or non viscous fermentable or non-fermentable fiber that naturally occurring in food such as the fiber in whole wheat bread is considered an intrinsic fiber and then fiber. That's been isolated extracted from a food source such as Beta glue cans from its or silly. Husk from Celia seed is called an isolated adviser and fiber. That doesn't occur naturally in food. Such as poly dextrose is synthesized. Synthesized fibers may provide health benefits or. They may simply be used to improve. The texture or other qualities of manufactured foods in Ulan for example has some rather magical qualities in foods. It can drastically reduce the amount of sugar needed to make things taste. Sweet without the use of non caloric sweeteners in May may be listed. As Chicory root fiber on ingredient lists one last thing to understand is that not all of these types of fiber qualify ask quote unquote dietary fiber for the purposes of food labelling. A product may contain inland for example. which is a soluble? Non Viscous fermentable re biotic fiber however in Ulan has not yet been classified as dietary fiber by the FDA and therefore for not included in the grams of fiber that are listed on the nutrition facts label. And that's likely to change soon by the way okay. We're GONNA take a brief if pause and then let's talk about what fiber can do for us or really. What
Trump slams 'corrupt' Puerto Rico as Hurricane Dorian skirts island
"We are tracking hurricane doreen which thrashed the virgin islands in skirted skirted puerto rico today that storm could strengthened into a category three hurricane and threatened florida over this coming holiday weekend. We will bring you a full forecast in just a moment today. Well puerto ricans were bracing themselves. Though president trump was tweeting calling them in san juan mayor carmen ulan crews ungrateful quote and we're tracking closely tropical storm dorian as it heads as usual to puerto rico fema and all others are ready and we'll do a great job when they do let them know it and give them a big. Thank you not like last time that includes from the incompetent mayor of san juan earlier today. The mayor responded during an interview with our own alley velvety that tweet this morning yet again you know this is the kinda man that was fight and skuld people that were caught inside a burning building and just blame them for not getting out of there fast enough. Well you know again if he cannot be supportive it does that are willing to be supported. Take on the task of saving the president also said quote puerto rico is one of the most corrupt places on earth congress approved billions of dollars last time more than any place else has ever gotten in it is sent to crooked paul's no good and by the way i'm the best thing that's ever happened to puerto rico this as the president is not happy with a report from the washington post last night that said trump has told worried subordinate ordinance he would pardon them for any potential wrongdoing. Should they break laws to build the border wall. The president said today quote this was made up by the washington post <music> only in order to demean and disparage fake news president also went after fox news today accusing them of quote promoting democrats. He added quote quote. We have to start looking for a new news. Outlet fox isn't working for us anymore
FAA's Timeline for Return of MAX 737
"If you like news and podcasts here's some podcast news. You'll love now. You can listen to podcasts on spotify. Click the podcast tab and your spotify app to find all your favorites and discover cover new ones all your podcasts all in one easy place. Listen free on spotify. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost reporting from the newsroom in new york checking in on the grounding of the seven thirty seven max fleet. We learned that even when safety safety regulators lift the fleet's grounding carriers will have to navigate a lengthy maze of bureaucratic requirements plus checking in on the official word from the f. a. a on the fate of the boeing seven thirty-seven max that's after these tech headlines oregon attorney general general ellen rosenblum joins the coalition of state officials suing to block t. mobile's purchase of sprint bringing the opponent tally to sixteen agee's he's ahead of the planned december antitrust trial the group led by california and new york sued in june to stop the combo arguing it would push up wireless list prices texas a._g. Can paxton join the team earlier. In august despite the republican led us department of justice's conditional endorsement of the merger except for paxton all agee's opposing the deal are democrats electronic vehicles and they're charging stations could provide a small but much needed boost to demand for copper that red orange metal with prices at a two year low amid a slowing global economy journal writes that copper is a cornerstone stone of the revolution at the heart of the electric vehicle. It is used throughout because of its high electrical conductivity durability and malleability. The need for copper is even more significant when it comes to charging stations some predict that by twenty forty passenger e._v._t.'s will consume more than three point seven metric tons of copper for every year in comparison passenger internal combustion engine vehicles will need just over one metric ton and verizon is selling a blogging lugging site tumbler to the owner of wordpress dot com. The buyer automatic sees similarities between users of the two publishing sites as ceo matt molin. Molin wag tells the wall street journal. The deal is automatics largest ever and we'll make tumbler part of a company it says is similar in structure to warren buffett's berkshire hathaway away claiming it acquires businesses and lets them operate relatively independently automatic says tumbler is one of the only other platforms on the internet that similar to wordpress press dot com and according to ulan wag. It's really all about publishing and user generated content and social media and quote coming up what the f._a._a. A has to say about the fate of the boeing seven thirty-seven max fleet if you like news and podcasts here's some podcast news you'll love now you can listen to podcasts casts on spotify. Click the podcast tab and your spotify app to find all your favorites and discover new ones all your podcasts all in one easy place. Listen free on spotify edify. We learn at the f. A. is not following any time line for returning the boeing seven. Even thirty seven max fleet to service and one safety regulators lift grounding of the fleet airline carriers will have to navigate through a maze of bureaucratic requirements us before flying any passengers much maintenance will be needed to prepare jets that have been idled for months plus. It's tech manuals will also need updating boeing specifically typically will write revised source documents for operating procedures and airlines will produce tailor-made training manuals for their own cockpit crews as for how long this will take speaking monday of this week stephen dixon f._a._a. Administrator addresses where things stand at this moment an entire fleet of u._s. Made aircraft was is grounded due to tragic accidents overseas and i want to again be clear and absolutely committed that the f. as a safety driven organization and safety is my highest priority. This plane will not fly in commercial service again until i'm completely assured that it is safe to do so the f._a._a. Not following any timeline for returning the aircraft to service rather we're going where the facts lead us and diligently ensuring that all technology and training it is present and correct before playing returns to pastor service. The federal aviation administration will need to sign off on each of the steps involved pilots. It's will then have to complete training on the planes new technology more from steve dixon on the aviation tech involved and how it's a huge undertaking and business. My the job is the safety of the entire system which is not just airlines. It's not just manufacturers. It's not just airports. It's generally aviation. It's it's everything there are. There are opportunities there and i've done this in my leadership roles previously when i led the the next gen advisory committee for example the first thing i said we're not looking for airline solutions even though i'm from an airline airlangga very heavy users of the system but we need in order to be able to move forward together. We need to have consensus. That's going to benefit the system as a whole. You ain't chow secretary of transportation stresses in order to get the technology in place safely three the f._a._a. Must take its time the f._a._a. Cannot take it's global safety leadership position for granted safety safety requires constant effort an unflagging dedication to this core mission and value. I i have asked steve to assess the performance of the agency and the results else of the ongoing investigations and to make recommendations about any needed reforms and i know that he and and the team are ready for the challenge once settled each airline's crew of specialized pilots will also need to perform flights to endorse the changes and ensure everything everything is operating properly more at wsj.com that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.
Tesla's Deliveries Plummet; What's Next For Model 3?
"Said this week that a delivered about sixty three thousand vehicles in its latest period. If you're keeping tabs that is worse than analysts already lowered expectations figure reflecting total deliveries of the model three model ass and model. X cars shares fell about eight percent in Thursday morning trading as questions about Tesla's ability to meet ambitious sales targets continue to move overhead. Let's get more joining us via Skype in San Francisco is the Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins Tatum. Why the slowdown what seems to be the biggest roadblock in Tesla's way. Ideally at wants to pump out new deliveries why the lack of a smooth ride see only two car puns this time, Tim I'm getting I'm getting out of the way early. So that will be it. Go perfect. Well, this is a complicated messy quarter. Tesla said that it was hindered. By the fact, that it was for the first time shipping model series to Europe and to China, and that it was more. Complicated than they expected that they had dealt with in the past. We know that there was some customers shoes bringing the vehicles in China and Alon must see yo had previously suggested that there was some parts issues for the European market. So it's it's a complex and logistically challenging thing to take vehicles overseas. And that's a Tesla's always kinda struggled when it's brought new vehicles to other countries. So going into this period. Some analysts had expected that there would be challenges there the extent of challenges, however, and the effect on the the results was bigger than Wall Street expected and opens up a more questions about the demand for Tesla's vehicles. Remember at the beginning of the first quarter. Tesla surprised a lot of people by lowering the price of its vehicles in this came as the US federal. Tax credit begins to phase out for for vehicles. He used to be seventy five hundred dollars. It's gone to half that amount and is going to go to zero by the end of the year, the start of next year, and is concerned that that essentially as a price increase for people here in the states, and tesla was trying to respond by cutting the price, and it did multiple price cuts on the model three and some might expect that that would have helped manned and so to see the the dramatic drop offs, especially in the model asks in the model X has raised just a lot of concerns. Tesla would say that part of that is because there was a poll forward of demand into the fourth quarter with customers rushing out to get those vehicles before the tax credit started to phase out. But whatever the case it raises questions about where the model S in the model X which have been the core which have which has been the business for tesla for. Quite a while here. What's going to happen to those that that revenue stream and those in the profitability of those vehicles just going forward for tesla? Right. Not to mention, you know, the model three getting that model. Three to customers has been looming over tesla ever since it cranked up production. What are the folks that you talk to what do they rumbling about? When do these concerns start to Trump that unshakable? Tesla optimism. What was shares plummet shortsellers, those investors who bet against the company really crying a victory on Twitter. It's full of comments about how they were. Right. They believe that we've seen tesla. The peak tesla that the narrative of this company unstoppable narrative is peaked long-term investors. Those those who who believe in in with the company is vision and selling they they stay potential for the second quarter that there are already. Ready ten thousand vehicles and transit those will be sales in the second quarter that tesla will work through its challenges in Europe, and China, and that China in particular is going to be a huge market for the company. Ulan musk has already begun construction of factory there specifically for the model three and then the upcoming model lie small compact car to be built in China for the China market in. They see a lot of potential there. So. To say that the we're kind of a pivot point it's hard to tell because the essentially the first quarter is a mess in. It's hard to understand what the real demand for the model. Three is at this point, a where things are the model S model X level. There's some suggestion that demand for the vehicles here in the US has decreased. But it's unclear if it's decreased store if the company was just sending its inventory to new markets. Does it all come down to money as it always does and trying to make more of it one of the bigger kind of things that emerges out of this this? These results is going to be just greater emphasis and greater concern about where Tesla's cast cash position is this had been a area of concern for much of last year as as delays and bringing the model three up to a higher production level meant that the company was eating in. To it's small cash balance in raising concerns of whether there would be enough cash Yuan musk would routinely talk about how he did not want did not need to raise additional funds. And that once the company hit a consistent rate of of build for the model three and can pump those vehicles out in the cell in bring a new revenue that that would take care of Tesla's cash needs the idea being that the company would be self funding, and then could pay for all of its ambitious growth going forward. So it's been kind of the story that the company has been selling, and and we get here at the end of the first quarter. And we know that there was a huge hit to the company's cash bounce during the period because it had to pay back nearly one billion dollar debt during that period in this the idea that it it. It's sales didn't meet expectations didn't meet its own expectations. It lowered prices it closed stores. It's taking hits for laying people off. Off these are all very expensive things. And you know, what's that cash? Balance going to beat the company says it's sufficient amount. But whatever the case is it's not going to be a lot. And they're going to be lots of people talking on Wall Street about how tesla needs to raise more money. And if they do that at this point, it's going to be not at a position of strength, which is where you wanna raise money, but it's going to be a weakened position, and which could make it more expensive or potentially harder.
West Hollywood Wants Trump’s Walk Of Fame Star Gone For Good
"Us up if you saw the bachelorette, last night the finale I wanna know what you think about about her pick and and I guess I wasn't watching intently, this season so I don't really know who that should it. Be, Blake yeah he's seems like a much more genuine guy should should give be. The bachelor. Oh. Shit yeah He. Whispers, too. Much He's has, enough, of a. Personality diction the bachelor there's not that many good choices this season when and by the way we're gonna. Talk about who won so if you don't, want to hear, them turn it down but I. Don't know how you I mean it's. On good Morning. America it's on everything so I don't know how you don't know, who won back though says initially on the episode last night the she thinks she could be happy with either guy. Can be happy guy both of them would be. Right choice for me I'm going to one who can't see myself without The most important decision for Like Not only found my partner in this also found. Myself so she gets, emotional knowing? This, yes in one guy, home, Blake Says that he feels lucky as. He heads off to, propose tobacco? This, is before he does, so What does the. Problem with diction here to like These people can talk Can you imagine is having house His lawyer Listen today I ask Truly incredible future together See us together Happy family Thrown in, our lives Beca Lining his, proposal, though which I think is so messed up like I in in more than one season that I've. Watched they'll stop the guy either way before the medium at the, car or they'll go to is go tell room or they'll do it tonight before you, know and they'll, say, like, look it's not going to be. You so don't even put on your suit and come out here to this thing because like it's not going to. Happen, Nope not he and I'm sure the TV. Show I'm sure that producers want her to let him walk out there and do his. Deal but I think the right thing to do if you genuinely care about any of these people used to stop them from going through the process because I think most men want to do that one time you don't even if you do it more than once unless saying that it'd be do it twice, times, whatever whatever your, life. Whatever a however transpires I think most guys that they imagine doing it one time and now this guy has got one on him that, well that didn't go, well The, rest of my life Smile See too many words already stopped him There's just one piece I am not. Ready to say goodbye Should've stopped him Quite honestly I pictured this moment standing here of the entire time for so long I think that we could be right and we could be partners So Garrett proposes she accepts and then after the rose they they make Blake watch Garrett proposed tobacco and then ask him about it as if it's not bad enough that he got rejected, and then had to live with that for, the last however long. Then, he gets to watch the actual proposal go down on TV Blake. Who just watched that with all of us for the first time Yeah that's that's difficult to watch first time I've seen it Seasons to watch so comfortable. To listen to myself yeah Has has heard as I was it's not. Easy Just never. Really ever consider I wonder you'd have. A ring in your hand Moments away from getting out me Training yourself to them you love No no you don't but I think you have to accept that it might happen if you're gonna go, on the bachelorette or the bachelor whatever it, is you have to accept that especially the bachelorette that you may wind up in the end and you. May. Wind up not getting picked right, I remember as a little kid, I used to ask. My dad we restaurant one time we're look and my sister and I and some guy plan is proposal like we knew it was going down at the dinner and, the waiter brings desert and. The you know the whole, thing, and then the girl says yes and. I remember, I asked my dad I'm like. What happens if, she says no and, he's like she doesn't say no because by the, time you get to this point you know that, you're going to, get a. Yes like you're not you're, not this isn't like bachelor then but it's like there's no impromptu, proposal like. You don't just say let's do? What, are you thinking today saying no and walk. Away, like that doesn't really happen well does the. Bachelorette happen plus you're, in public so you say, yes and, then you, get home you go, you know Right well I, guess the point is, hopefully you've you've had the conversation you've you're both, on the same page about what you want you've, probably gonna ring. Shopping or. I know you sort of, about you've played it out so that by the time you actually, do it. You're not just shooting in the dark, or whatever unless of course you go on. National, TV and the girl tells you may one. Piece that I have, at the other guy and, now watch, me Mary Entertainment Brad and Angie Five kiss up, national Louis university the West Hollywood city council called Monday night for President Trump star to be removed from the Hollywood, walk of, fame the mayor John Doran, route on Twitter West Hollywood city council unanimously, passed a resolution asking the Hollywood chamber of commerce to remove the Donald Trump star on the walk of fame. During the meeting he also said the resolution is not because of. His conservative politics his policies is for the abuse, of, women minorities. Immigrants the disabled you. Crossed, the, line wow All. Right Just to name a few right. On Britney Spears has been paying twenty thousand a month in, child support but he's demanding more wants Britney deposed as part of his court case against her attorneys for bright filed new legal, documents saying there's no need for Britney to sit for a deposition in her case, with Kevin he's everybody. Already knows he makes a crap ton. Of money Bernice team says the deposition could disrupt her, touring schedule potentially undermine the security ever kids if Kevin asked for records that expose, private, information, Monday. Money hungry So if you watched keeping up with the, Kardashians the premier Kim and Courtney. They'd been feuding apparently it's a lot deeper than, even, that, show Depicted even though it was like whoa Courtney's completely overcome apparently the feud, erupted And it's not over. And it's, just not a TV. Thing it's a it's a real thing insider says that the bad blood. That was taped ages ago still exists Courtney thinks that Kim is just starved for attention which. She is source added She also had figured that out it took an expert to. Come up, with that is that. With the last decade has been about she also thinks that the Kim. Parents are kids is repulsive she flaunts them around like their accessories and yeah Photos of her I don't think, that's untrue Did she know that the everything's an accessory to her. Every everything is about attention According to the insider Kim McCartney aren't on good terms probably will never be close like they. Were and as for the show Courtney's over that to she allegedly told Kris. Jenner she doesn't want to sign another contract after the current one ends next season What are you gonna get your money from she's got enough She's good. She got, enough she didn't anymore and that's the. Whole point she's like I don't need. To do. These shoots I don't need to start. Another business I'm good I. Want to be with my kids I'm busy? As it is More to. Check out online today. You can see all the tweets that are going back and forth between Kim. Courtney now it's like, nasty on Twitter. Too which is kind of hilarious beyond say on vogue covers are amazing she's got two separate ones. Kylie. Jenner, as Virgin Mary l. areas. In Travis Scott's new video for stop trying to be good, that's all at. Fred anti dot com also seek and share your purpose. Of the degree from Chicago's? National Louis university checkout NL dot. EDU okay no I got the picture. Today I got the picture that everybody needs to see and Fred Angie dot com I'll put it on my Twitter to Fred on air have you seen the mugs. This is. This can't be. Real I cannot. Put together how this real. Have you, seen the mugshot of the goalie from. The Mighty Ducks sad who got arrested. That we. Got the Mighty Ducks and the and. The mugshot side by side I realized he was a kid in the movie and teenager whatever and now I don't know how that's the same guy Thirty something right Sixty yeah You've got to see this is Fred Angie. Dot com this. Is. Crazy also you can help roof Ulan Paulina raise money.
Family members react to study showing shocking death toll from Hurricane Maria
"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump is traveling to texas today npr's mara liasson says the president will be meeting with survivors of this month's deadly attack at santa fe high school along with family members of those shot to death he's unlikely to encounter calls for gun control in texas it's a pro gun rights state and most of the focus there has been hardening schools making them more secure against potential shooters the shooting at the high school left eight students and two teachers dead a seventeen year old student at the school is facing capital murder charges the president's trip to texas includes a speech at a republican fundraiser in houston the mayor of san juan says she's not surprised president trump has been silent about a study from harvard university researchers suggesting thousands of people in puerto rico were killed by hurricane maria not one tweet not one tweet from a man that tweets about the sunrise to say look people puerto rico we're sorry that's mayor carmen ulan cruise speaking yesterday the study published in the new england journal of medicine estimates maria directly or indirectly killed more than forty six hundred people in puerto rico that's more than seventy times higher than the official death toll i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm robin young as we head into the wedding season a wedding planner has some of the latest trends including influences from the royal wedding children instead of bridesmaids flowers since her bouquets since megan's was so small i've had a few calls about wanting to change their case and it was picked by prince harry apparently next time here and now here and now at eleven am later on this morning followed at noon by the takeaway turning a drug lords life into a tourist attraction so they go to the cemetery they go to jail for he was for one year they go to the house where he was killed what's the price of glorifying pablo escobar i'm tansy nevada and that's next time on the takeaway from wnyc and pri public radio international the takeaway at twelve noon and then just one chance to hear marketplace today and that will be at four o'clock because it's thursday so that means at six thirty this evening it's political breakdown she may be.
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"Time is five eighteen sixty one degrees cloudy in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now east bridgewater police are investigating a fatal rollover crash that left four teenagers dead and one in critical condition it happened yesterday afternoon on route one oh six police say the teams were not from east bridgewater speed or the weather may have been factors to men from western massachusetts are facing charges after hitting police officers with a car during a sobriety test the driver failed to wait for the test and sped off hitting the officers and dragging one of them and we're learning more about the texas school shooting witnesses say the gunman dimitrius pagor cheese began firing a shotgun through an art classroom door fatally hitting a student in the chest he also aimed at one person and said i'm going to kill you and fired the gun he shot seven more students and two teachers before surrendering to police in other news a cougar attacks to mountain cyclist outside seattle killing one and injuring the other the big cat was later shot and killed after it was discovered in a tree near the dead man's body the injured man is in satisfactory condition at a hospital the last recorded fatality involving cougars in washington state was ninety four years ago it's a busy day for college graduations in massachusetts and new hampshire united states representative john lewis a civil rights icon will speak this afternoon at boston university's commencement lewis will also receive an honorary doctor of law degree lewis a democrat from georgia was the leader of the nineteen sixty five bloody sunday across a bridge in selma alabama lewis will also address graduates at harvard university carmen ulan cruise the mayor of san juan puerto rico will speak earlier at beuys bachelorette ceremony us senator jeanne shaheen will receive an honorary doctorate from the new hampshire institute of art and will also deliver the keynote address shaheen is being recognized for her leadership in public service and in higher education senator elizabeth warren addressed graduates yesterday of lesley university in boston encouraging them to persist in.