35 Burst results for "Uni"
"uni" Discussed on The Dad-Splanation Podcast
"I think we all know where i stand on that and yoga and and just really using that to stretch your body out and work those muscles like like really lengthen your muscles. So that when you're in the gym and your are working out you can get that good workout. In the second overtraining. Avoiding tactic is set attainable. Goals soul is of following along with the trendiest new instagram workout. Which may or may not work for yours pacific body at uni to set actual attainable goals. That work for you develop a training program that works for you and your current level of fitness and your goals set those goals that progressively increase with time. If you're not a runner it isn't realistic to aim for running ten miles a day. By next week you know but slowly adding minutes to your run over. The course of a month is much more measurable and safer overall. And if you're having trouble putting together a training program then get some help from your friendly neighborhood personal trainer you know or you can enroll in the community where i always share different types of workouts complete with pdf pronounce. Things like that but either way. Get yourself a training program that works for you and set those attainable goals. That's it the third tip to not overtraining. Your body is listen to your body. I know it may sound simple but if your body is telling you to take a day off listen to it. If you're weak or sore you know give your body time to rest and recover because it needs it and you know what a fourth tip. I just came to mind at this very moment. Mind blown and it's this. Take a look at what you're eating. Because here's the deal diet and exercise go hand in hand and it's important to give your body the fuel it needs to get through your workouts so you need to identify nutritional deficiencies in your diet in order to do this in order to get through your workouts. Because ultimately refueling the body with a good mix of proteins and carbs should be a priority right after each worker. This is super important to your body and to making the right gains and if you keep all of these points these tips if you keep them in mind you'll be on your way to kissing that overtraining pain and aches could buy forever and so with all that said and done at saint you guys. That's my show today. Hope you found some valuable information here. Nothing else i hope. I've entertained for a few minutes was able to bring you a little manly sunshine to your day. Thanks for taking some time out of your day to listen to. It's very
International Poker Open Will Return to Dublin Come What May
"Just six weeks time. He will be bringing live poker back to our land. He is nick o'hara nick. Welcome the creator of times for having me along. Always phones josh. It's great to have nick. Let you start right there the it. Oh this is great news of the week. The international poker open is happening and it will be the first life fokker in ireland. Wanna say like twenty months or like eighty ninety definitely in that region for the fourth time the vet will be sponsored by unique poker. The festival is one of europe's longest running and most popular events. It's been held annually since two thousand and seven including an online version. Played on you bet last year. This year's live event will take place at dublin's burlington hotel as it has been for many years. We'll be on from october. Twenty fifth. Nick this is very much your baby these days. Tell us more. Yeah i mean. It's phony mentioned lockdown. The last major live events in ireland was to uni beto In february of twenty nine dame so we were last two now. It looks like prefer stand and on the twenty second of october government or to to move all remaining restrictions which lay the patch for live events to recommence has to wear before. Knock down so. I mean we're very excited about our and the government announced yesterday ten days ago so there's been a lot of our background over the last five days or so to gather websites updated schedule updated contacting staff finalizing details at the venue and and we finally yesterday morning. At eleven o'clock we announced the ipo online which was spread and we had a huge response on social media and the hotel Announced about eleven o'clock in the morning on the hotel called What's happened forgotten destroyed hair before imposing is bought does not mean is said what we sold about a hundred bedrooms in the last hour wowed. That's an incredible
"uni" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"It's about twenty nine hundred where there's support absorbed of resistance which could act to support and the law the candle currently the four can has hit that level and it is starting to reject it a little bit more. We've only got an hour and two minutes to go until that candle closes now. If that candle does close school and bullish that could be an opportunity there for cried keeping a very very close on a theory of now today. He's down two point six percent at one thousand nine hundred and twenty six. Now this is come back across to the daily chop a man. It's just really ruled from that low of seventeen or nearly seventeen hundred to a high of like thirty two hundred six percent over that period of time which is just a phenomenal. Run if i look at the weekly here a guy in three weeks The i wake up fifteen point nine second week. Sixteen point seeks and las week. Seventeen point eight nine. The weekly now can adopt trend the monthly looking very very strong. Already as of the ninth of this month. We've put on fifteen percent there on a theory looking very very strong in dade so it's looking good for me. Waiting for tried exile paid currently is up one percent at seventy eight cents. It's not really jumped out of the gates as vigorously as say bitcoin and the theory The monthly's broken up. It's only put on five percent so far this month. Of course you know. It was only a couple of months back in april that we were up. One hundred. Eighty percents pullback significant. Landry hasn't got the motor running too much just yet on not looking for any tried the stage except pay a little bit messy bitcoin cash consuls relatively similar positions of five hundred and fifty. Three dollars down half a percent right now. I really want to say the daily kick on a bit more you know. We had a bit of consolidation loss. Way cover number of days there where you know. We didn't do a great deal. We did shoot up on set..
"uni" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Now ladies and gentlemen hope. You had a fantastic way. Ken and you will all right so pretty good way. Count the wake itself. Closed up ten percent closing at forty three thousand eight hundred thirty weren't at one stage. We tempt above forty five thousand hitting a high of forty five thousand four hundred. And what does that make a bitcoin. Well this is big. I mean we had. We've had three weeks now. We've had the week close Positive ten percent charlotte. So that's pretty damn good the way the dailies now we are in daily uptrend with that highlight confirmed last week. Of course the days of the third and the fourth of august then pushing onto a new high on the six of august and then again the seven and then again the full pulling back now today. Dan point six of a percent on bitcoin. What does it mean. Well not a great deal. It's a bit messy on that four hour charge. The idaho doesn't look as nice as it could. The highest timeframes mark wada. Starting to really can up and show great trends and therefore opportunity will be the next thing that follows last week. As far as much writing went a good week. I got a couple of couple of lose at the start of the week. And then a couple of winners of the end of the week in defy perp. I banked profit and indata. I also thanked for offense some pretty happy with that. And now loading will side not loading back up but winding back up to To get back in and look at these trades that are coming up hopefully in the next couple of hours and into tomorrow morning with that item twelve hour timeframe really being my focus at the minute currently as i.
336. Anti-Indigenous Racism and the Canadian Healthcare System with Dr. Lisa Richardson
"We're fortunate today to be joined by dr lee's. Richardson assistant dean of diversity and inclusion at timoti medicine at the university of toronto and strategic lead for indigenous health at the women's college hospital. Welcome to surgery. One doctor richardson. We are so pleased to have you with us very excited to be here. Thank you so Because we're a medical student guests pretty much to a little bit about yourself and how he developed an interest in medicine as a career. While so i'm go away back so first of all i'm I practice internal medicine so and you know. I can talk a little bit about how i got into into that field but i started in as an undergraduate student in biology and realized quite quickly that that seemed Seemed fairly uni dimensional. For me. And i realized i was really missing all of these other aspects of of my life including storytelling and writing and reading in the arts and so i ended up doing a degree in english as well. And in hindsight i realize that as A mixed lead person of indigenous initial bay And european ancestry that that idea around thinking about health in a in a really holistic way not just about through the bio the biologic component of health physical health but thinking about Stories and our community and culture and how they're all connected is very much initial by way of of being seen he alina and wellbeing more broadly. So i think it made sense that i didn't realize at the time why i needed to branch out beyond just a particular form of of of Study but in hindsight it really does And then i realized that the way to have an impact was Beyond beyond biology and beyond academics. Because i really did love. The academic environment was it felt really disconnected from being able to change What was happening on the ground for for Our people and wanting to be able to care for people and and also care for communities and change the healthcare system. So that's how. I ended up in in medicine. And then really internal medicine for me. Because it was a way of i think being more integrated Not just around. As i said you know it was a way to listen to story and problem solve and work with people and have time to spend with with my patients and and that's gravitated towards I i've always loved teaching and so quickly got into teaching and realizing that the way to change the healthcare for indigenous peoples was for the next generation of practitioners to understand cultural safety and indigenous health anti-racist
Meghan, Harry Welcome Baby Girl
"Little bit. Diana Mountbatten Windsor was born on June 4th at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in California. The Baby's name Lola Bet is the Queen's film. Nickname and Diana is in honor of Prince Harry's mother, the late Princess of Wales. Lily as she will be called joints. Big Brother Archie, the couple's two year old son, Uni Han.
US Enacts 'Real Water' Recall Amid Reports of Death, Illness
"Water. Bottled waters is a B C's uni Hans federal authorities ordered the Las Vegas company to hand over records on investigations into at least one death and several cases of liver illness among customers. The product is sold his premium alkali ized water and boxy blue bottles with labels advertising. It's negative ions and healthy detoxifying properties. A two year old girl
Property and Real Estate - Uni's not as hard as VCE
"Visa just does have that extra pressure around it and even though you've had a chance to kind of start to choose subjects towards what you're more interested in once you get to uni you've chosen a whole course like generally they'll always be one or two subjects that you enjoy a little less than some of the others but it's all within a particular area that you've chosen sorry you you're not sitting there trying to do like massive you hate it because you feel like you have to as a prerequisite i objects and things like
Albert Watson: From Math to Photography
"This is. Albert albert photography's gaining mathematics locked. Because it seemed like you were destined to do something with your incredible mathematics muscle such that. You'd flexed work. In the am industry in your first job. Prod to uni which was calculating the path of missiles had they ever been fought wold russia. Not not the start of a story. Many people might expect so. It's my saw something creative but you certainly wanted to learn. Didn't you was determined to go back to university. Backed university go to university. Because i left. School went to london for one year. Then a factor for a year. But i was determined to go back to university i was determined and i took mathematic classes at night school and i also had two days a week going to art classes so at the end of the year. I missed the application to edinburgh art college so i applied to dundee and i got into into dundee which is the dunkin of jordan instead in college about up. And don't be which is part of sedans university and this is where you start to study. Graphic design was that i had two years general art. Yeah on what they do. Is you do pottery. You do drawing painting a lot of drawing and painting because they felt that was the basis of a lot of art and You had a history of our silversmith thing. Graphic design textile design and you could specialize. There were different schools within the college. I love design. I still do. I went into graphic design school. And i took the craft subject which was the first year they did. It was photography. But this time it was nineteen sixty four to sixty six that i studied in specialized graphic design and The craft subsequent
US, China 'Committed to Cooperating' on Climate Crisis: Joint Statement
"Radio This weekend, the U. S and China agreed to address climate change A. B C's Uni Han has more the U. S and China issuing a joint statement the work on reducing emissions and aim for global temperatures in the Paris agreement this following a meeting between special presidential climate envoy John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart earlier in the week, speaking in Seoul on Saturday, Harry singled out China for its call. Use. Mine is the biggest biggest cold user in the world, and because it's such a big, powerful economy on country. It needs to move. China hasn't confirmed. It's attending President Biden's virtual climate Summit, which starts
Wake Up And Dance With Claudia Colvin
"Today we're going to be checked into the kovin. She's the founder of. Nobody's watching an online don's party organization. They also not challenges. We're going be chatting about anxiety and how great dances so welcomes mentally ause nodia. Thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate you coming on. Thanks so we're gonna best about don. So can you tell us a bit about your business and also yourself yes. I'll start from my business. So it's nobody's watching. And the way operates now is quite different to how it started. Obviously like many. Johnson fitness instructors have had to adapt to a pandemic weld but originally it was just born from my love for dancing and the fact there as i was getting older i wasn't really finding the same occasions to dance as when i was of Uni student and i was really really missing it. So originally i was doing silent disco vents in london and they were aimed people who love to dance but deputy. He went to make a huge night outs of it so it was just one hour and really uplifting songs and just have fun basically instead of going to the gym for an hour. Doing your for now is just an hour a freestyle dancing and it's really uplifting greater Two walkout and then when When the pandemic hit. I had to think quickly and adopt. I was quite alien. Counseling my vents. Actually on the eleventh of march. I can't do my impasse in events moved online. And since then i've been doing online dance classes and effectively very similar to what i was doing before but just online and without retarded discreet headphones. At more recently. I started something which has really been very successful and has spread and grown a lot. Which is the up and dance challenge. And so that's just ten minutes three songs starting your day with adults on its release. Easy accessible There's no you know you can't do it wrong. It's through january of just finished effect today. Wake up and dance challenge and it's just a really big difference. Anyone who's having a tough time in lockdown. So that's that's what's that's what's happening with. Navies what she
Brooklyn Beckham & Fiance Wear Each Other's Teeth
"The hollywood couple. Who's wearing each other's teeth around their necks. Let's now weird. It's working beckham and his fiancee colon. Nicola shared a photo of the gold charms on said. I got our wisdom wisdom teeth made into necklaces. Brooklyn you are. My best friend brooklyn was clearly touched by the uni gift saying he was the luckiest person on the planet. Romantic are weird. Don't you get those things removed out of your body for a reason given the symbolism of removing something that'll it's toxic to your body. I'm always wary of couples who go over the top to show they allow for each other in these weird ways. we saw. What happened to billy. Bob and angelina. Davy came a mean and almost laughing stock at how much they loved each other. And then the blood. Because of the blood vials. I always say even if you're that happy in your relationship never give a person to map to your happiness because people are going to try to find cracks. Wisdom teeth is the map to happiness raw fourteen carat goal with t- well first of all. How did they get their wisdom teeth out at the same time for very crazy to me. And then they went and got him played. I love it. They got a twofer.
Honeysuckle the Perfect Champion at Cheltenham Festival 2021
"Question that's been asked to ask you as a broadcaster who has been to pretty much every major events in the world. And you've anchorage a loss of mainstream on terrestrial television in america but also you've covered pretty much every cheltenham festival in your career. What was it like would know crowd. Well we had had a year. I suppose of getting used to that crowd and even some pretty big events but it was right up there as very strange indeed because i think the restrictions of tightened here in the last couple of months before or they get loosened again restrictions tighter for children than perhaps they'd ever seen it at any major fixture at certain types it than they were at the breeders cup ties than it looked in in the middle east and an in australia so it was really odd him because cheltenham more than any other event is so contingent on on the crowds and provide atmosphere. It really was a an odd not experienced but by midway through the first after noon. I'd almost forgotten at one point. The crowd that i mean if you will if you're broke cussing racing. Cd audience as distinct from it audience. Perhaps you could say that. The crowd isn't as isn't as important. Because you're not going to be putting quite as much of that into the so Yeah bye-bye halfway through day one. My mind had been taken off it. But then there were moments that punctuated the week. Where you were. You reminded of quite stock again but still the the quality of this boat was outstanding when they ride the record books. They don't want to write the asterisk. That was crowd so it didn't seem to take the gloss off too much for henry bra. Gb buck and certainly an operational. Absolutely not i suppose. The top performance came day one and the champion hurdle the uni bet champion hurdle before the sponsors comes running after me with an ax honeysuckle and rachel block. More get back to back. Cheltenham festival wins another brilliant performance from henry de bromhead at cheltenham would last year's form kind of holding up sharjah. The runner up last year was second again. And the winner of last year's race epa ton with our new jockey. Aidan coleman finishing third. Nick what was your overall impression of of this year's champion your reaction as i watched was. I'm pretty sure it was is. The director came to you and said nick iran. I'm pretty sure you use went. Wow that's that kind of summed it up for all of us. I probably got a bit carried away in all honesty. But we do. Occasionally we do occasionally get a bit carried away and i. It was a completely genuine emotion. I wasn't trying to compensate dirty. Was i genuinely was blown away by so i tried to work out. Why subsequently i made some cloud landed comments that would probably verging toward hyperbole. And i think it's because of the way she finished her race off the way the the way in which she rounded the final almost on rails honeysuckle jumped the loss and then scampered up the running. And i left the impression of a performance of of of of otter total dominance on. I was staggered. By how well. She finished off the race now. Subsequent section now. The ray suggests that the reason for that was that they'd slowed the pace down. Because gordon was being a head banger. In the middle of the race they. The pace of the race had slackened significantly and really at turned into a test of speed and she was able to win like she was because as she was in grateful be. She's very very good. See she's got more than people thought she had. Indeed she was tactically. Well positioned biracial blackmore. But the the image the impression of scampering away from shahjahan episodes in a really good time the hill really good finishing split Just was just made me feel good and before you start talking about ratings and allowances where it sits in the pantheon ultime champion other. When is it just made me feel good. And i didn't think at that point they would be many. If any performance during the week to to eclipse i in terms of dominance and quality. How wrong i was
Who are we vaccinating now? Who should be next?
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr. peter uni sits on the covid science advisory table and he co-authored a new report. That suggests that better. Way i mentioned. Hello peter why don't you start out for those of us who aren't familiar with it by explaining. What is the covid. Nineteen science advisory table. Who's on it. What role does it play. The science advisory table is grew ball scientists and Senior 'em health systems decision makers that advised the province ministry of health and elected decision-makers vera bar with forty five people meanwhile but we also have several subgroups for instance a subgroup of congregate settings on behavioral sciences etc. The me twice a week typically So we spend. It's the best part of Three hours together every week which helps associate to keep to develop a continued common sense of reality and we meet once a week with the health. Coordination table and half multiple meetings are more talk basis with various representatives of the different ministries Public health on -tario on that. And other stakeholder groups can you outline before we get into this new report. How ontario is currently approaching vaccine distribution. And did you guys advise the government on their initial plan. B didn't the initially advice on the vaccination rollout bouts galt relatively as strongly involved when discussing the importance of speed in vaccination of Long term care home residents and staff and which also goltz incorporate in the strategy of the province the current strategy is focusing on different woman apple groups as i implied already one of them. Of course the most important one is long term care home residents we had Roughly fifty percent of the deaths Covid nineteen deaths in the province long-term care home residents and they're glad to report back that that this really went extremely well and that we really now see the impact of Covid nineteen vaccines in this. Very vulnerable grew the challenges. We had which were big changes in the province actually have nearly completely been eliminated there at an ulta groups that are important including a frontline healthcare workers again this is important because they can't get continuously exposed but also because you need to make sure that the healthcare workers are actually able to work obviously and not part of an outbreak that could result in prolonged isolation and quarantine and then chester in a decrease in the workforce that we currently urgently need and the the current surge strategy also focuses on those who are aged eighteen boffin again. This makes perfect sense because that's the people who were most likely to die except for people in the long term care home see respective of their age so this all makes perfect sense where we are right now and that's why we're coming in actually with this new report so everything that we're doing already makes sense but isn't necessarily the optima way and this is what your new report gets sent. Iran this is correct. Yes so vault we now just. They're trying to address. Is the fact that that this pandemic all over. The world is socio economically driven very clearly. Life is unfair and this also halts for the impact of this pandemic. those people are most vulnerable live in precarious living situations. Get the chop stall on behalf of all of us you know. Make sure that we actually have act are able to buy you know foods on the shelves in the supermarkets. That's those people are most heavily burdened by this pandemic and what we know ways that the pandemic is heavily concentrated in terms of its burden on ten to twenty percent of the neighborhoods in the province and at this has been historically the case and assist case. Most of the time in life you with the past is the best predictor of the future. Even if we would not like this to be the case and what we know is also for in in terms of short-term or maidstone predictions that this continues to be the case host neighborhoods that were most heavily burdened in the past. They haven't reached an herd immunity yet. they're not sufficiently protect against against infections. And they will continue to have freely. High numbers of cases of hospitalizations viseu missions deaths. If you're not being careful and just look into how to protect these neighborhoods best and that's where it is. Report comes in. We try to describe the magnitude of the problem and try to outline solution. That actually looks into two different dimensions. Here one continues to be h really important about the second dimension and basically then just across tap these. Two dimensions against each other is neighborhood the residence.
How Real Estate Sells Cars with Gina McCartney
"Gina, welcome to . the It show is great to have you speaking to us today. Maybe just to kick things off can you maybe just tell us a bit about Gina McCartney - who you are and some background. . to thank Yes, I'm yourself sure, you so Gi for na McCartney having me here today. Super excited to see both. So my background if i go back to perhaps my brief - youth and into professional career. I really my whole life was distant creative: sculpting, painting, designing and off the back of that passion went to uni studied creative advertising and was destined. ..my path was to become a art director . My very early career was in advertising agencies and spent ten years ing servic some like pretty big clients ilo, . kohl's meyer group. Cbi off foundation and then some order client bmw and many were because of mine and it was during that time that i realized how much i loved as and surprised no surprise. I joined renault. Stralia and joining renault at the time was at a really pivotal point for the business. And that was all about preaching and finding every possible opportunity we could in the market and myra was to introduce the sierra digital program. Really lift the capability of the dealer network from a lead management perspective. Sur getting out outta rot on building confidence back in the network that we were providing leads to them in generating value from office and then from neymar roll moved into a brand and events role and so the full marketing swayed had an awesome time with the business and great team. And then my time was up. When i was tapped on the shoulder for all at anchor pinellas area group been realized real estate dot com to you joined the business not really knowing much about the role. I was joining. He'd go to market manager role and of bain there now close to seven years and moved my way through various segments. So we're two now. Residential business at develop a business emotional property meteorologisy and clients and also to stint in malaysia. And i leave the win. We acquired a southeast asia and helped with the integration of that business side at an awesome korea here. Rei and now run. I tame called the customer. Excellence team and so my team move. Twenty incredibly talented people help support our two hundred thirty sales teams across australia. And that includes the learning development perching old training ogata market siles support collateral and operations analytic. Kpi's commissions incentive sprints and really big a big team mission and vision is to pave the new way of selling and selling clock when you work for rei. Let's bit about my story. Love love gardening love dancing and eighteen. And that's how i spend most of my time let's it's an impressive story. How you you've migrated from during the karate stuff through to or i will now into real estate now. We can't get a bit of understanding as to real estate dot com o. Rei group and what's the back story of real estate. Dot com abc business was born in the garage. Dome koster and for those familiar with john. It's in the eastern suburbs of melbourne and in nineteen ninety five and they came up with a crazy idea of water. We put the photos of property onto online so people can see them on the internet and so literally scanning photo by photo by photo built this web sought. That looks very different today than what did obviously up. Twenty plus years ago and over the years to really brilliant simple idea to gos- and today with the leading australian property portal and we have hundred million plus is it as a month coming to thought trillions of photos from a perspective and yeah we service most property clients around australia and that includes real estate agents property manages developers homebuilders land developers media clients of less amount of probably. But almost all and anyone that wants to reach property. Sega's we do business. You know you've got a really interesting background. Having spent tom and credit in automotive value in real estate can you. Maybe just discuss some of the similarities. Between automotive and real estate i remember when i joined. Ra and it was probably a month thing. I thought wow. I didn't realize there was so many similarities between the two industries. And if i stop from a business structure perspective the similarities of utah franchise groups independence at relationship between head office and you know the small small businesses that are running in local and regional areas. I think that that pressure that applies with a small business to find the raw talent retain talent when there is no professional requirement This note there's no huddle to get into other industry. And i think that is a challenge that are still share today and another real estate industry in particular institute really trying to introduce their professional courses create more opportunities for the right people to enter the industry. So they've got really quality staff sieving consumers invincibles. And i think our remember. That was a challenge in the automotive industry finding the right talent and apprenticeship styles perspective perhaps a bit of bid process. But that was probably one thing that i saw straightaway is a big lesson. In automotive that i think real estate can learn with the handshake. Between sales and after-sales and if you think of the real estate version of that is the sales and rental market now rent rolls the most profitable part of a real estate agency and if you think about the handover in the importance of one to the other the ongoing retention of the customer. I think that's a really important similarity between the two some. I think some best practice sharing could happen more. And then the probably the other big similarity i would say is the is much smarter and much savia and this is probably not exclusive to automotive in real estate but their expectations have increased tenfold. And no longer. Can you get back to a later inquiry within a couple of days. We're now seeing consumer expectations at a couple of minutes. And i think that's something that dealerships deal with daily and you know the the now now now economy that exists within cosima world.
Robyn Vinter, founder of The Overtake, on closing down the publication
"At your high. Roughly how many people did you really have signed up. I think we had more than one hundred. I'm not sure exactly how many Because has spread of a patriot in steady but the problem really was that revenue wise. We will always growing but would just never enough. You know we'd get maybe an extra support to a month. Which was absolutely brilliant. And i'm i'm so grateful for having this about his book. The kind of initial idea was to grow much more slowly than i am and not have not have staff and you know it got to the point where after a couple of years so many people come on board and there was so brilliant and they volunteered time. The i was trying to pay as many people as possible and And i was and i was doing that book. I realized eventually that they would never going to get a full-time job. Out out of this on fears and i was kind of like stringing them along a little bit with giving him. When are you saying that. In some ways he became oversaturated with writers. Then totally yeah. That's exactly what happened so the plan had always been you know when when we set up the plan the palm had always been on my plan initially had always been to have me and co-founder someone to run the business and meted do the editorial side. I felt quite confident building the traffic and actually i did that. Rarely really quite well and partly through knowing what would be well but partly through absolute coincidence We had one hundred thousand unique in the first month. Which is which is a law in an independent assessment am site. Yeah and that was being very lookie impove. That was by design. Obviously and so you. Yeah so the the idea had always been taps on the business side of it. I'd i'd gone on kind of entrepreneurship program saying they were very keen on Just launching a me. They'd always say general innings until you alone. And i was like i wet in ad. Retina startup befall. I worked in different companies. Am i knew hundred percent while i needed and it was someone to do. The business is so someone to do the revenue in the marketing side of things. And i would just focus on building the site in a building. The traffic i'm boats. I so that was kind of a big mistake. Rarely of mine was that. I just completely to that advice on board even against my better instincts. So i'd never intended to vernet completely alive and beveren said why not and then tonight i i guess i just thought oh well maybe the right. Maybe maybe once we get going you will always figure out exactly by knew it wouldn't and i don't know how allowed that auburn while the message that i was getting law of was You know what you need until you loan. That was the first one second. One was m u You all the best person to sell your business. I i also need. That wasn't tricks and sales before and i was terrible absolutely terrible like i can persuade people out people interested. I can persuade them out. So it feels like you're describing may actually exactly like i think that the skills ev sales in journalism monte overlap at all and they kind of almost the opposite in a lot of ways so yes i i i knew i would really struggle with that but again i thought maybe i've got this untapped potential. I never knew that had. Maybe maybe actually trying some iron thing. I i you know. I'll be good. But now i wasn't absolutely terrible am so yes i by the time. It kind of like registered that that those with the reasons why our revenue was going slightly. We were in quite difficult financial position. I already had paid rightism bald. And i did get to pay sales people though call by just couldn't give them in hours ready to make in sponsored content side of things. I'm sorry yeah i think. In hindsight i was very keen to kind of hang on to every brilliant writer. That came along diplomas debilitate said that they would have fulltime jobs eventually. Bachelor i think probably. I should've i should've stuck with just made a mean somebody else and you would have been the best way to. I think to be clear about this. Who were these other people that would come onto right for you. Say m initially. What how it started was i was kind of this one person band and somebody local uni hit emailed. Me and said can i conflict experience and i was like well. It's just me. So he can. But i i think i'd even gone back and gone. Actually no no. I'm just won't pass and so everything is at. I think is going to be like no now. I'm really keen. And i was like okay. Fine you can go. And i had some temporary office space. So in a shed off says she came she records painting. She was brilliant. And i was like. Oh this is actually be quite useful to have to have. Somebody is time consuming. Obviously to have work experience people badgley. She did some brilliant stuff. And i think challenge the week to two weeks. She's brilliant. So i was like okay. Fine i'll accept. Experience people amend wants the wet. Go out about that. I was getting a couple of emails a week if people saying. Can i come and direct experience so i started doing a one day a week internship which i thought was probably the best way of doing him So it it lasted like if you had two these up in fifteen days in total. I normal three weeks if you if you would take as a you know three weeks. Which is what the bbc does. All the bbc did. I don't know if they still do that. And i will take. Anyone is all out you know. I wouldn't especially the star. I wasn't kind of filtering through applications is just. They gone waiting less than make a come one day week. So many of them because leads. We've got i think. Three or four of the universe. He's got journalism at least three of the university's journalism goes as the only get work experiences. kohl's so i was just kind of inundated so i took as many as possible and some of them would just exceptional and graduated or whatever they were like. Oh you know had been one of the audience was like please can. I was like no. We've got rule. Like don't i don't want it to look like i'm expecting you know we've got the fifteen day role nuts set and he was like please like he. He'd worked in in a crappy job and he was like please. This is oil for to like all week. And i was like okay. I can say and really talking on your heartstrings. Then yeah exactly and and then that happened a few times and kind of people people stayed. And then i could kind of pay them a little bit of money. I would probably and bear in mind. I should say most of i wasn't paying myself a tall and actually allow the timer was paying reporters in my my team and i wasn't paying myself which i think was actually probably mistake is all because then i had to do a lot for you on swift kind of made me. I guess compensate. I mean you've gotta live yourself robin them. Yeah exactly. And i say when when you gonna plane and they say if in the event of an incident like you've put the the extreme skinny sell first before you before you put on a child and i think he's a bit like i think i was putting oxygen masks on my team and then i was in financial dire straits and i was already overloaded with with everything that that came with the. Take that really. I shouldn't have been doing freelance. Work to try and survive. I should have been pay myself first and then the team second to you wish you a oven. Oh one hundred percent. Yeah yeah i think. I don't know whether we'd still be here. I don't think it really changes that much economically. Some of the decisions i made were based on the i like these people and they deserve to be paid for the work day right. No i'm business. I'm running a business. And i have to think about myself in the business i and i i did it again. I definitely i definitely do that. this you'll freelance. Rate was fifty pound a feature correct. Yeah yes he was a flat rate. So it's fifty pounds name out. What was said. I can easy piece feature opinion. Although we didn't do a lot of body and especially numidian do love opinion. Because i am. I was just getting pitched signed much opinion. An alavi was quite. I guess uninformed unqualified opinion. Love was about politics and it just it wasn't it wasn't right for it so we kind of do not
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"uni" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"ABC News. I'm Uni Han High Security ahead of Inauguration Day in Washington, D C and around the country as authorities have strong evidence that more demonstrations are planned. A B C's Kenneth Motown reports Days after that violent siege a dire warning, a singer official telling ABC News. There's a very serious national security concern for more domestic terrorism for the inauguration. Possibly bringing extensive violence more than 10,000 National Guard members. Hundreds of local police and thousands of active duty troops will be there 10 states, calling the National Guard troops to protect their capital cities. Meanwhile, President Trump has said he will not attend Joe Biden's inauguration, and sources say Mr Trump's requested a large send off that morning, helping to depart to the sounds of a military band and a red carpet. And a shortage of covert vaccines across the U. S. New York's Mount Sinai Hospital, canceling appointments Friday through Tuesday and in Texas users say systems are crashing as they try to book appointments. This is ABC News. Where did the Corona virus originate? Secretary of State Mike Pompeo thinks he knows a B C's Derek Dennis reports. In a new statement, Secretary Pompeo explains why he continues to say the Wuhan China Institute of Our Ology may be the source of the Corona virus pandemic. Pompeo, saying he has reason to believe that several researchers inside the institute got sick in the fall of 2019 with symptoms consistent with both Cove in 19 and common seasonal illnesses. Secretary offered no data and no clarity on whether he believes there was a lab accident or whether the virus was released on purpose. Pompeo also criticized China for its lack of transparency..
"uni" Discussed on The Property Couch
"I didn't have any of those sort of A paradigm that you guys go on about the money's not system and all that correct way of thinking know about but there was a shift in that sense at that point in time My mom always said she wanted to go and to a bit of traveling overseas and united like it was fun for a for a point in time. for example you did pay for holiday. You know go to a few toys and things like that. She had never enjoyed or had the ability to enjoy it for the past thirty thirty four years so it was. I guess at the time. I rationalized it as you know. This is a very small very small by to pay them back for what i had given us. So that was that sh heave it towards a bit more abundance. At that point in time i think unnoticed them sort of relaxing. Their shoulders. a little bit. So did i talk. About how grateful and fortunate felt about being in a country that had political stability that had opportunity compared to obviously where i come from. One hundred percents They the the main thing that they were surprised. That was for example. How generous the government was in terms of welfare rental and that you know you could arrive in australia and immediately. Just go look for a job and if you sort of got into strike if the government would be safety it coming from where i came from. It wasn't like that where there was political instability unit. A new if you were going to be robbed by the next you know liberation army or whatever. It was at the time cy coming here. Despite the fact that we are immigrants there was a lot of sort of racial tension at the time as well as the guys made. Your ordinance audience. Wouldn't mind mentioning we are of dissent side. It was very. He was very difficult for them yet. They told us a few stories of the sort of things that they went through. Sorry in the sense it was They appreciated it but it presented new challenges moving to a country like australia. It had that economic political stability but they were sort of other social issues. As while the time we reached weathered they weather and and that thankfully wet Peta these still going to be more work to do on that front. But we're getting their next generation next generation for little. We'll continue to keep building that. I can you take us back to you and nineteen and you went to a movie in a restaurant for the first time. Can you describe what was going through your mind as you entered these places and hadn't been there before it just felt wrong. They honest it was. We like freaked also. Set it out for you guys Growing up the only thing we have got was mcdonald's and we only goal that once in a blue moon. Big mac meal with fries or whatever it was like. I'd never been to a sit down restaurant..
Apple Launches Annual 'Back to University' Promo in Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Brazil
"It's time to head back to school in australia. And brazil and new zealand and south korea for some reason that means time for apple's annual back to university promotion macrumors says the promo offers kids and teachers who teach them free airpods with the purchase of ineligible mac or pat. Those are standard airpods. Though buyers can upgrade to a pair with a wireless charging case or even airpods pro for a fee that's after the purchase of qualifying macbook air or macbook pro including the new m one models as well as i mac. I'm mac pro and ipad air or ipad pro. Those are the eligible machines as for the eligible people. The peace has discounts are available to current and newly accepted university. Students parents buying for students and teachers and staff at all levels sign up at enrolment. Verification through uni days is required
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"ABC News on Uni Han $900 billion Coronavirus Aid Bill is now in Florida with the president ABC. Rachel Scott is in Washington with the latest. The president now has the bill in his hands here are his options, he could sign it. Or he could veto it. That could force lawmakers back to Washington to try and override the president. But if he does nothing over the course of the next several days The bill will expire and then we'll be up to the next Congress to try and do this all over again and pass another stimulus package to get relief to the American people. And the T. S. A says more than seven million Americans hit the skies this past week, despite warnings not to travel. The CDC also announcing that travelers from the UK was now test negative for Cove it before arriving in the U. S. The fast spreading covert variant in the UK now reported in France, Spain and Sweden and in Nashville, Tennessee authorities they're working to identify human remains from an RV explosion on Christmas morning. Several people were injured, but no one was killed. This is ABC News. A negative reaction to the Madonna covert vaccine and the medical community. ABC is Derek Dennis reports Doctor Hossein Saunders, a day a geriatric oncologist at Boston Medical Center says he knew right away. He was having an allergic reaction to the Maturino vaccine. Sounds like tingling numbness on my tongue and also in my trophy, says he became dizzy fell flush his body temperature rose. Then he started to sweat and suddenly I was wet. Completely. His heart was also raising the doctor saying the symptoms reminded him of his shellfish allergy. What help He gave himself an epi pen injection and spend some time being monitored in the ER. He says he feels fine now. Derek Dennis ABC News and in California, Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch has sold for $22 Million. The Wall Street Journal reporting. Billionaire businessman Ron Burkle has bought the 2700 acre property, which includes a 12,000 square foot main house. A separate 50 seat movie theater and a life sized train. Set you de Haan ABC news.
The Story of The Wandering Pier
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current shin and the name of your business. This this pair. I'm from trinidad. And tobago and london. And i'm currently located in nine malaysia. And my business. I work in the english language department. So i am an esl teacher at the moment. And when i'm not doing that. I'm traveling the world. Not in twenty twenty and when you say traveling the world like you mean literally taraborrelli. I think it would be easier for you to tell us where you have not been not yet not yet. I mean it's easier to tell you. I have been i don't know all were for. You've been out there so like i've been poking around in your life and a source he started like your blog. Mama sita garcia in twenty eleven on instagram and twitter. You're wondering pierre the wandering deer so you've just been like document team your travels from time and so now also also for those don't know trinidad. is just off the coast of venezuela So you got your little south america on a little bit too so okay just okay. Let's just go back. Just go back like just tell me all the things like when did you find your wanderlust. i would say that. It really came into play once i started. No actually that was more. Solo travel some jumping ahead there wunderlist. Last i think became more of a thing when travel became easier for me and that was in the form of my british passport so i have dual citizenship with the uk and trinidad and tobago and prior to that. It was just very restricting. You know like when you need a visa at just odds so much to To the plate when you want to travel somewhere. So i think because of that i had travelled you know Since i was young i had been to england and had been to the us. My mom made sure that we got to see a little bit of the world where she was able to make that happen And when i moved to england. I really do that much i. I went on a school trip to spain. And that's when i decided. I'm kinda live in spain. One day of but yeah generally it was. It was more when my passport opened up the doors to do it more freely and so it meant that in especially as a unique students i think. When did i get hospita. Gosh i can't remember probably like two thousand end saechsische ish somewhere around there maybe and Yeah just through. Uni knows before that story and then through union we would take these short trips because myth ryanair and easyjet is confined like super cheap flights. We wanted to explore more of the uk. But the costume. Going to like scotland would like the same cost is going to stockholm. So so we were. Just go out. And that's when it was really ignited. I would say the more i did it the more i wanted to do it and it was just really accessible in uni when that student loan came through i would pay what needed to be paid so like my accommodation any books any fees and then whatever was left was like right. Where can we go. Even if that meant a cades gonna be beans on toast for for the rest of the tim. The hours balanced the way it went so we would like and squeeze in trips here and there
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"I'm Uni Han. A new strain of covert 19 has been detected by British government scientists and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it could be 70% more transmittable. There's no evidence that it Causes more severe illness or higher mortality. But it does appear to be passed on significantly more easily. Meanwhile, the U. S. Gets his second covert vaccine the FDA has approved modern is vaccine for emergency use, and shipments will start tomorrow. Experts say. The main difference between modernism visors modernist can be kept in a freezer, making it more accessible and the clock is ticking is Congress works through the weekend on a new covert relief package. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Pennsylvania's Republican Senator Pat Toomey, is the last hurdle to be is proposing legislation that he thinks would create more oversight for federal lending programs. Last night, Congress approved to temporary spending bill that would keep the government open through the weekend. This is ABC News, the National Hockey League, reaching a tentative deal with players on Friday to start play in January. ABC study and has more in order to start the season. The league still has to clear some hurdles. NHL officials have to figure out whether teams would play in their home arena, Zoran Hub cities and with tougher pandemic restrictions north of the border. Where will the seven Canadian teams play? And with a temporary ban on professional and collegiate team sports in California, the San Jose Sharks to play in Santa Clara County may need to find a new home. And all divisional schedule is expected with 56 game season in 2021 to begin on January 13th pending the approval of each side's executive board and Canadian health officials, Todd and ABC News and The New York Times admitting it could not verify the story behind its 2018 podcast Caliphate, which won a Peabody Award the 12 parts Syria's covers a Canadian man who claims he committed murders for Isis. York Times Administrators say the podcast didn't meet standards, and they will return the award. UNI HAN ABC News It's Sarah Haines. From the view today, Stronger.
Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel
"Hey everyone welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr on. These episodes were hearing from entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging year. And today we're gonna hear from danielle corrientes ceo and co founder of real. It's a digital platform. The makes saving money easier and helps. People make big purchases like furniture or electron or clothing without taking on credit card debt. Think of this as a society. We've been told that shopping is fine right giving your stress you shop when you find your job saving. It's gary right savings. it's people to have money. We haven't been dawn to see the potential of brown cashflows. People are driven by emotion. Right you are nine. We like to relieve. They were rushing beans but when he comes numbers. I love the musicians that we may come from. Unemotional plays and actually were a real came to live. Where using that behavior knowledge to bring unexperienced of savings as relatable or people. So it's a savings platform. But can you explain how it works. Yeah of course. So let's say you want and you microphone this mike for his amazing this one. Not so much great. You know you want on your microphone. And that he's three hundred dollars rising. Come door website and we go. You would find dollars today. You can have adding beast amount of time a new play with it. Connect your bank account and we automatically start. We'll be money from your bank account doors goal. Ask your saving or sending your load of reinforcement. We go you guy. You are amazing. Your grade you're going to achieve your goals without going into that you can share it with your friends. You can boost that if said bill on the microphone. You once you complete sailing. All you have to do is come from your tubing address and we play the order on your behalf. So there's a full circle from the moment that you want in your microphone to the moment that you're interview in your microphone and you guys partner with some big name. Brands businesses like bloomingdale's and some others And is that how it works. You basically go on your website and you identify products on the website that you need or maybe you don't need but you just want and that's that's what you start to save towards so you can come into website and start saving for whatever you want and that's actually connected with the twenty twenty story that i'm sure we'll get too soon. We also aggregate inventory from thousands of stores so we serve us in aggregate are where we you know scrape their web and present it would civilities of items based on what you have like before and we are starting to direct partnerships with retailers. We bought the point of urges instead of putting something on a wishlist and not taking action. I do actually start saving or things as their shopping. How did you come up with the idea. It was born of personal fascination. wait consumer finance. I was the first one family to move to the states. I moved here for college. And you know the early two thousands if you had a bowl you guard and that was the way they was right. We know any better. I go on my credit card was thousand builder guard i loved. I thought it wants two thousand or reacher. I imagine i mean even sponsored. A child right. I thought i had so much money that i went to uni dot com and sponsor a child for eighteen dollars on. I was just like i. I got two thousand dollar limit. And i had no idea what he was right and then really quickly understood what the high interest that had men i. What did he do. Bay laid became fascinated with financial psychology. Why humans we make decisions that we make because we associate happiness. We'd have started on lifestyle on behalf of lifestyle is gonna win one dollars. Assassination that it had for years. But i didn't do anything that on deal in a couple of years ago and that came out of jews working in advertising in new york act breath that was now go founder was working on and we were chatting one day and he told me. Hey do you actually know. That millennials Credit card and obviously these days sporting years after michael thousand builder. The ask and i'm like wait. Hold on what what happened. What happened in these years. That i haven't been paying attention to consumer finance and i put out a survey monkey and Sent questions as a marketer. I'm curious i would venture now starting accompanied with the intention of understanding the market. And you know what really fascinating answers about people telling me look. I don't know how to say. I want to say but it seems to complicate it. It seems to stressful would be years of selling products to consumers worn on retail. I i started really inking about. How can we connect these feeling like seidman with
"uni" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"I'm uni Han, the first doses of Fighters Cove in 19 Vaccine, a landing in Louisville, Kentucky, for distribution ups and FedEx. They're transporting the vaccine, which has to be kept at minus 94 degrees. Richard Smith, regional vice president for FedEx Express, explains the process on good morning America. Our entire network is little toe monitor these shipments as they moved through the system with our priority alert agents in a 24 by 73 65 Command center, watching the packages so they can jump in in the event of any sort of unforeseen. In delay weather related on road traffic delays you name it. Meanwhile, the U. S seeing its worst week of covert 19. Yet it's California, again, shattering records in new cases, hospitalizations and deaths on Saturday. Hospitals in San Joaquin Valley reporting ICUs are 100% capacity, while El Centro Regional Medical Center setting up overflow tent outside and President Trump losing his latest legal challenge in Georgia, the state Supreme Court rejecting a case that claimed widespread fraud in the state's election results. This is ABC News. In Southern California Search and rescue efforts have been called off for the 20 year old sailor Ethan Goolsbee, who reportedly fell overboard from the USS Theodore Roosevelt earlier this week. The Navy searching more than 607 Square nautical miles over 55 hours, and plastic waste is ending up in remote parts of the planet. But a new study from Italy finds plastic is also ending up in remote parts of the body. ABC is Megan Williams has more from Rome in very worry. That's how Rome obstetrician and researcher Antonio Drug users feels about the result of his study, Thea team examined 6% of from women with regular pregnancies and found in them. A total of 12 fragments of micro plastics, many colored bits of paint, adhesives and cosmetic products at a goose A says the next step is to study the health effects on human fetuses. Meghan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome A study by environmental science and technology shows that humans eat thousands of plastic particles every day. You need Han ABC News If I'm not commuting anymore..
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"I'm Uni Han, the country's first covert vaccine will arrive in states on Monday after the FDA granted emergency used to Fizer and bio and text drug late Friday. Commissioner Dr Stephen Hahn says the vaccine was reviewed under high standards. I will absolutely take this cove in 19 vaccine pending availability and distribution because I had complete trust and confidence. The FDA is career staffs evaluation. Meanwhile, mistrust of the government and medical community is deep rooted among black and Latino communities. As the virus continues to better these communities at disproportionate rates. Just 14% of black adults and 34% of Latinos say they trust vaccine safety and the Supreme Court, rejecting a lawsuit from Texas over vote totals and four other states. President Trump still vowing to fight, although he lost the election by more than seven million votes, and President elect Joe Biden pledging to rejoin the Paris climate accord, as world leaders attended virtual meeting. This is ABC News. We're just weeks away from the two Senate runoff elections in Georgia that will decide the balance of power in Washington and Vice President Mike Pence has been working The campaign trail vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to return to Georgia Thursday campaigning for Republican senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. Don't be Pence's fourth time in the state, stumping for the Senate run off the Georgia Republican Party, releasing a statement saying you headline a rally in Columbus and another in Macon Line on Boys. ABC News The incumbents face off against Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff's on January 5th and European Union leaders reaching a deal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030. 27 member states gathered in Brussels ahead of the United Nations climate meeting this weekend. The blocks leaders failed to agree at the last meeting in October due to financial concerns by Eastern nations..
Rinat Catching a Duck in Bolivia, Driving in Israel, and Encountering a Bear
"I'm neat and i'm taraji. And today's driver is were not the co host of the ticket. Podcast and she is originally from and she's lived three years in the us before moving to canada where she's been for two years and she shares with us the differences she has seen driving in israel versus driving in north america. Welcome or not. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you and buffoni for inviting me. We liked starting off with this question because we like to go straight into the crazy before we dive into what type of driver you are. So what would you say is one of your craziest driving stories. Oh so i have a story. Or i wasn't a driver by i was riding on form by four in the lower. The uni in bolivia we were may be for france and we. We had a driver and cook and it's riser was driving in the seller. Salardu unit is Salt desert so it's a big surface off desert which is just made of salt and the driver was adjust. He navigated with no roads on or anything and one time we so tax on the road and the driver was approaching them very very slowly. Be an added. The back without Is so considerate. He doesn't want to frighten the dax but then when he got close to them you started to drive really fast and any coat one dark and he give the cook the dock and he said she's gonna make that for dinner and it was. I'm not sure it's funny. Maybe it's kinda freer carry kind of funny and but it was definitely experience that the i remember well. Do you stop the car with you in it to get the duck. Yes i stopped the car. He pulls the dock caught him on his neck. And just give it to the cook. I think because his wife and it was kind of Multiple day. I don't remember three or four days trip. And we had we had meals during the that's rape and the wife just cooked food for us and no one from my group a dinner that night at least knock back. That's that's hilarious. I mean what a surprising. Turn of events like oh. He's so nice. Oh no he's going to eat it. Yeah yeah it was really surprising. How is it driving on a desert compared to like just driving on the road we were wondering how did he navigate. Because it's really. It has a lot of mean i mean. It's very big dessert. Like think about that. We drove their into desert for a few days. So i'm not sure how big it is but it's really big so we were wondering how he navigated and how he couldn't find all the things that we saw the way because there were like lakes in different colors like amoroso lake and red lake and they were keno obnoxious that he showed us em and there were. There was a village in that word. The places that we slept in slept now like assault motel so we were wondering. How did he manage to find. All the stinks. Because if if you look all around you you just see white surface so you don't really see any reference point to help you navigate and there were no roads on their on the desert. Yeah that's what. I was wondering like everything's way. How do you know where you're going. I would end up like back at your starting point. It's like oh how they get here. Yeah it's a good good question. Yeah we wouldn't be able to do it by ourselves. Or i feel like i would get lost in the be stuck in the middle of nowhere and be like. Oh now so. I know like a lot of other countries outside the. Us tend to have. I feel like. I've heard that they tend to have more crazier drivers in bolivia. Did they. like. I guess abide by driving traffic laws or did they kind of just speed and do whatever they wanted to do. So in the salt desert most of the times. We didn't see anyone around now. The other places of been to in bolivia are easier a small towns or a big city. And i guess s most places have been to that. The drivers in the big city are more careless. I think more maura beeping and thanks dad. You have mentioned that you have lived in three different countries. What one
"uni" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast
"Can be with them. But let's me on the one hand some people and I'm one of them in the first few days of the crash they were talking about. You know then eating Sabet kind of if you less marketisation in order to avoid some institutions scooping up. Incredible numbers of highlander grads and destablizing others. I guess the other thing that I've been thinking about as what point between now and September is going to look out for the usual tive claiming an adjustment. Pavee to pay whether all outlets and old lives supplements and allows Nikodinov of coal has called inducements to Comfy University. That shoulder any point. He's going to look really problematic. That kind of us. You will advertising around the market. Well it certainly is if I if institutions don't know that they've got the freedom to deliver the places that they're seeking to recruit people too so it surely has to flow from whatever the overall proposal is to manage admissions You know if if in reality there are student number caps how are those implemented you know? Is it Is there any flexibility for institutions within those? We assume that will be and so. I'm sure that at that point of they'll be some attempt to recruit to whatever cap you'll given but clearing seems like again a mythical fantasy unicorn like in it. Some sort of a probability they stage I just don't know and it's a horrible feeling because you kind of you want to know because you want to be reassuring people but I don't think anybody knows really how all that's going to play out and it's only a couple of months away isn't yeah and just back on this admissions question do we have we have we. We've saved Michelle Tomlin over the past couple of days. Can at least in theory suggests that people would get their results. If they chose to reese it you know this great for students who actually want to choose to you know Day they sit in the old rather than just get this kind of calculated quite predicted grade. That get those results before Christmas. Now I'm I'm not actually convinced that's possible but what's that about is that is that sharing. There's going to be a big January intact. You think. Well Well No. I actually wonder if it doesn't speak back to this to this anxiety question. If you've got a group of students who are expressing frustration about their inability to actually sit the exam. And you know I've I've worked. It sounds like to me like simple practical offer in. That says. Listen if you want to do that you can nope. Nobody's going to stop. Stop you doing it if the if the if all of the factors the the ability to bring people together allow so I'm not? I'm not sure that it's actually about some great big strategic wave event. I think simply about we need to try and keep people on side and answer their questions. I mean I have to say if I if I was an individual. Show the motivation of love into loving doing exams. I'll believe very different outcome. I don't know why I would. Because it may differentiate me from the large swathes of the co- hall when in fact the You know the idea of comparing and awarded grade competitor and examine awarded grade. It's kind of a bit of a bit of a Phantom because the truth is there are no exams this year in in the normal system and so our new model is. This teacher led awarded grid models. So I wonder if I personally would would choose to do that. Otherwise I understand. Some people may feel. They've won a genuine. I mean not least I was kind of anticipating when yes comes his Co. Hall Komo into the Workplace and somebody says Oh you're you're from the the twenty thousand and take off the grid gifted. How will that play out with unpleasant and like? I don't know the answer to that question. This group are going to have a feature of them is different to any people that have been either side of them in in the education system. So I can kind of understand the multiple wounded if I would do it. I probably not want to stand out from the crowd really. So that's about it to this week to find out more about anything we've discussed today you'll find links on the episode page one key dot.
"uni" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast
"Their white or activities and try to make savings where they don't think there's any question that you can just carry on as as an experiment to bail all that so there will be some tradeoff between getting that support from government. And then how you make sure you're delivering everything as efficiently as you can. And it's just going to be an enormously complex legal balancing act between all those different considerations and how they play out for individual students. I mean I think it's a really good point about the case in this in this kind of hierarchy of demand and and I think there is a case to be made actually about what's the cost of somebody on benefits or you. Both the social and the economic cost of of our nation's young people are not access in higher education compared to to the benefit that comes out both. But what does it cost to bring somebody into here? And then as well. How generates employments are definitely thing? There's a case against of imagine this sediment that you care very clear that that that's the narrative we've got to get across the we certainly shouldn't just kind of accept this as a just a tension that can't be managed but we will need to think very carefully about how we present our case to government and essentially is a compelling case against the backdrop of everything else ministers and officials have to deal with. I'm really interested. I mean Av My view on this. I'm really interested in the stuff that has come out from government so fast. I I'm Michelle Donilon. Universities Minister certainly has pain to some extent. Very clear on her. Facebook live appearances and sell them. You know we they spatially says we D- We want sheets doing via levels to be able to go to university on someone and stonehouse strong that sort of you know that concern about students. Vhs currently that sixteen seventeen dreams of going to university house strongest in the kind of role. Do you think well if I if I'm allowed to start to make love more? I think it really. It really is important. Actually because we're talking about medium and long term impacts on society on just on just sawmill. So I'm I'm absolutely convinced. The at this point he feels like an imperative and it strikes me as absolutely the right. Stall Stall Tusa out but I would add to that. We don't yet really understand the scale of the impact of the of these recent recent events and and and for fear of sound a little bit kind of under a cloud in an Dumont. You know just simple things cross my mind like we've never really experienced large scale on employment amongst middle classes in the south of England where huge amounts of demand for her cheek. Come from now on my argue as an author as a bit more resilient people from the north around some of those all. V8 is our society to start an experienced outlive levering. Zayed's particularly tuned into sleet his point about anxious parent of an international student. But let's not forget the anxious parents of UK student who actually you know we certainly may have mom and dad not working and I do think the you know the sectors. Got To stay alert to what's happening in the private sector. I am a private entrepreneur and essentially of our economies as stopped. It's it's not ten predates not the people are stopping just literally stopped overnight and we don't yet understand how that's going to play out in the system and we we call these big macro data points that we would just encourage universities to keep an eye on because actually they can give us some signals. Despite all the uncertainty Abou- about the environment wherein so I do I do think he's right that we talk about young people that future that prospects and h right that we saw that stall but but we must do that. Understanding that the climb around us could become very severe very quickly to our time the other day you know if we say. Some people don't like it when I do this. But if we say international student recruitment as Taipa of kind of long term educational tourism. Even if we have a one year deep and I think most people are predicting that might belong. And if you have a one year tip that will be a big hit to local. Economies are kind of depending to some extent on that money as much as universities themselves are in phase. Oh absolutely I mean I think that as we all know from all the kind of economic impact assessments that have been done around universities generally so students generally And also international students the benefit to the the wider local economies. It is massive. And all that will have a knock-on effect so if the economy suffered then as Andrew said that consists of local businesses. He may have kids that will go to university and then parents slightly anxious about. How are they gonNA finance things like accommodation for example stuff where there's still a massive parental subsidy Jewish fees thing? There's money that needs to be found out of people's pockets as well and it may not be there. I mean for me. There's there's slightly perhaps longer term thing to think about. Which is we are. All obviously really worried about this. This cohort of students whose DREAMS TO START UNIVERSITY IN SEPTEMBER. May well be affected by what's going on but then at the same time. Let's step back and think separately we're having discussions about the hundred year life. And the fact that the fixation on sending everybody university eighteen as the be all and end all of their academic endeavors is probably not sensible in that context so even if we did need except the financial issue is massive but if we could balance that against the fact that people might have to delay for year surely we could find productive things for those people to be doing which benefit the more broadly than immediately going into into university. They were planning so I hope. Subject to the financial blow to h. e. being managed in some way that the young people who find the Congo is planned. There are other things that we could offer that they could be doing. And maybe it's because I'm a middle age woman now but there were so many things I wish I'd done at eighteen of them starting university so maybe we can find something productive activities really really very awful set of circumstances in my in my gap year meter traveled and worked yeah traveled to Wolverhampton. Show traveling from quite an expedition. Great now let's see who's been blogging for us this week. Hi this is Kim. How can I arrest director at research England Miles One? This week takes a look at where we are with advice. Timetable for the research. Accents frameworks since the exercise was put on. Hold while we now Dan session T- On timelines and dates is difficult to plan for my piece explained that we need clarify following the period around seventy Y during certain to you head before the right decisions on the x five can be taken in tons of the deadline for the accident of wide bed. Lines will impact on the end of the period for output. There are a number of a number of principles that we need to in bed in the revised framework and this will need to involve discussion with the sector. So we'll be looking into at him after. Don't forget we'd love to have your contribution on the site if you'd like to pitch a piece just drop us an email on team at one q dot Com with your idea and we'll be in touch now. Next up. New Guidance has been published this week by the quality assurance agency covering all sorts of things. Sleater tell us okay. Well one of the things that struck me about the guidance that she was the sheer breadth of issues that it covers. So we're talking about academic standards students achievement practicing La based assessments et Cetera. And it made me think about the actual breadth of issues that institutions are grappling with right. Now we've this being only one albeit extremely important parts of the student experience that they're trying to manage so I just want to raise a sort of virtual glass all those in universities and colleges on independent providers sort of working their socks off to try to adapt very complex operations to really quite extraordinarily different ways of working so on the guidance itself the areas that I think from look at these things Jim as you know from a legal perspective because that's my mindset the things that I think are going to become very very relevant and potentially controversial in the future. We'll be things around academic integrity. How how is the academic integrity of assessments assured in this period the no detriment policy is actually no detriment?.
"uni" Discussed on CAMHS Talk
"Had around me and I don't like that But it's lovely being back and having food cooked for your Washington place place to live but yeah coming home and dinner's on the table and you're just like yes. Yeah money slave meals. It doesn't happen often now in my combination so we just brief meals all the time sweetie healthy. Microwaves con work. They know that great. Nobody do catered then nine. Yeah especially from someone who has had previous she waiting. I was like it might be helpful. If it's just there. Yeah and I suppose. Did your parents my parents thought by. Would you find that easy up. Actually actually I thought about was because you need so you don't go in necessarily nine to five t five somedays. I mean in eleven days. It's not structured thing and eating catered it's very structured back. This time launches at this time dinners at that time and if you miss that you miss it and because you don't have a kitchen where you keep more of your staff your stock within and it makes it more difficult some people. It's great. I know someone who goes to Oxford. And she's catered and she lost. Her may be considerate close. Maybe that'll help. Because I don't actually buy food after actually for me personally also also known as foreign I can do. It's a control thing as well if you have control over your eating It makes it easier to eat it because you picked it out. And you're comfortable with that We have like our own kitchens and are in things on the bottom of floor of the Uni Jeannie. We do have what you can get mail and you can have a full meal for full pound fifty eight full male huge pudding Anna drink and that is like if you don't have any cook or anything or you and your friends want to hang out but you don't WanNa go to a restaurant restaurant because that's expensive. You can just go to this place where they have decent food really cheap. You'd have to do anything honestly if you just org trend one thing have soy many. They have their own countries. They have their own club. The cafes you can get this generally just mental health things things just like a panda outlet you can get a twelve inch base. I don't know what it is but so a big a normal pizza six pounds six pounds. COMME UNE my friend Sony Times on. It's just like yeah. Use Your unique thing. Because it's designed for students. Yeah they know you and so many places compass when you can just go with your friends and get food really helps to socialize like hey do you WanNa rob lunch. Drink on which people or if you don't people in your course We have a place called the hub. Y You can go in and see people so depending on what you do depending on where you go you will find people And it may not even be in place you expected it. They are people. So that's yeah. I was really stressing out about with the freshers week because I didn't really connect with anyone then I didn't really know people don't really talk to my flatmates or anything but it really really. It just takes time joining different societies. You'll get to know people on your core small as you go along like. Don't feel pressured to me anyone that connect within the first week. Not on general advice for life and you need a mental health. Give it time things will work itself out. Honestly time heals everything. Sorts of referring out says okay before we finish than any other little pels of wisdom that you want to pass on on any messages of support that you want to give 'cause. I'm aware that there's probably a lot of people listening to this. Who have filling out there? You can tap occasions as we speak. Maybe feel a little bit worried. You've given you know it's been such an eye out now listening to you. All we'll have all given such great advice any other party. Words take take a wild card and where you think like. If you're applying now you might not think this place is the best thing of the but give it time give it a chance. Enjoy what you have be prepared as well for the change you can always like on a agency SORTA perspective meal plan if you want you can be ready for this big step up because it is a massive change and it's a change that you'll never experience before and but enjoy it and it will get better and you'll love it in the end. It may be stormy now but it never rains forever. That kind of thing. Thank you so much. It's been amazing to catch up with you guys. I'm so you're proud of you all. It sounds like you know. It's you've had a few bumps along the way but you'll definitely it was smiling now It's really good to see an thank you so much Jeffrey. You've been listening to Kapstok.
"uni" Discussed on CAMHS Talk
"But pleased ain't fearless if you should hide away because as we say. It's the same. If you've got fiscal disability competitive mental health disability both will be treated with equal fairness so presumably. That's a piece of advice that you would give to people apple to be honest. Yes and if you've already disclosed it they'll put something in place before you guys rather than you having to Oss ause credit while you're there and I'm sure it's quite accessible but I suppose Knowing that it's there and that you're going off and he can and access it immediately would be helpful. I originally didn't intend to disclose but today levels us and I had to drop one of them and go down to two levels because I couldn't fight and therefore I had to disclose to be considered just because otherwise they would say like we've got to a-levels why is that I didn't put anything in place before. I got to university because I changed my mind a lot which is absolutely fine. If you change your mind. I didn't get my first choice. I got my second choice and then decided it was too far from home and I did not want to do that. So I applied somewhere else could accept it and then went looked round and and declined that and morose. And that's where I go now so it doesn't really matter if you do things lost monette and and it doesn't matter if you US too stressful you haven't got the qualifications that you thought you needed You just might have to change change whether you do three calls for full year course or whatever plus like it's obviously it's not doing things last minute and clearing and things like that But it does work. How does it will work itself out? And I've got I've had friends who have reading not got the grades they wanted Tade with a straw. Didn't get into their first union. Whether boyfriend was going absolutely distraught she now comes the with May and she is so I'm happy. She is sorry falling. So that's completely fallen on me in virtually had a conversation days before results day and I I didn't I didn't get to my first choice either and on results day I was absolutely devastated because that was all I had my heart set one. I'd given up everything to get to the Seaney And my second zaken choice in a I was like all right. I WANNA go here. I didn't like it when I went to the interview. I ended up going anyway And I cannot think of a bats a place to be in in this world. I love it so much so it just shows that you give it time and you know when I sorry when I made what my choices on. What universities I wanted to put down as my security? Or whatever is I picked one because I didn't know what I wanted to do. And I knew somebody who'd been there and said they liked it and actually having gone through clearing I I found a university. The I actually would have will fit me more than the original one word of the end of the day if you want to go to. University S. T. you will get there And it's it's likely that whichever when you go to they will be able to meet your needs. I know I didn't get into either of my choices for union fell and ended up going for clearing. I just want to say it's really not a stressful going clearing thought. What's like I was really dreading? It now is so worried about her. Remember just crying in front of my master teacher. Like what do I do you now but the college does offer some support. Like helping you go for clearing if you need a an. It's not a stressful. You have time like the the entire day and it's really not as bad. Everyone you call is really nice and it all ends up working out so when you go through through clearing you literally just call someone up and they say hi. We'll grades you get. What did you get the men We cannot fear play so we can't replace and not is it. It's just a lot of being on hold so gasoline to do while you're on hold and they will be David. Sorry many people doing get there is a clearing like they're clearing loins for a reason and not just always this one person. That's just not gonna very so many people for different reasons. I don't get what they expected. Might be the one of my friends they didn't. They did not tell her what she should be getting the monks and so she did. She spent all of our time on the practical thing. She said you don't get any months about you. Get marks for written so she ended up getting a C. when she's predicted on a star and that was out of our control compete day or whether it is mental health difficulties. You will find it would it. Would it would still be okay. It would be fun just a plain and simple is and I think all say three important point out that what it feels like when you're doing a levels in college in sexual that there's a lot of pressure so you need to attend University straight after you do two years and then you go to University of actually In my experience I know a lot of people. He didn't get the grades. They wanted They didn't WanNa go through clearing so they reset. They went a year later. I'd in the long run. It's made absolutely no difference. Wants to them and I know people that have deferred for year because because of mental health difficulties because of other reasons as well so I think there's a lot of pressure as you're coming up to the end of sixth form coming up to the end of beat heck's wherever you are doing to go when you're eighteen because everyone that will be eighteen but actually You need to make the right decision for you regardless of it whether it's what everyone else's Day and actually no-one no-one actually says anything about age log on my flat the someone who has just turned twenty one. And there's someone who just turned twenty and this retain and we didn't realize until like it was actually the birthday and they were like what because you don't know one talks in school because you're kept in your years you think it's the end of the world and it's not know on once you get into union. No wonder that about age. Yeah Actually I. I started undergraduate degree at twenty one and it really made up. See See native to me so you know there is. There is so much hype or if you WanNa go to you need those no pressure gating. I found with with me because I did A. I'm doing foundation. Yeah a lot of people have been out of education for a long time and I have these two really good friends friends on my course and they both have achieved kids and we we go for drinks off to our lecture and then they have to go before three so they can pick up their kids. Walk them home. So you know you still. We've honestly these goes have been so supportive live and we can hang out and then you forget until it's three o'clock in the lock off just going to the kids go and pick up the kids. I'll see you tomorrow so that that's kind of how little it matters and I think just for some of the young people that I work with I oy I reflect on on some of the things that they say in the seems to be some real pressure in education about how you're supposed to do do your studies and and for me the does seem to be kind of a model of a kind of a taken for granted model of its the. GPS seized it's a levels and then it's university. And I think a lot of young people that I work with really really struggle with the thought that they're not gonna hit those milestones in the way that the expectation is and I think it's great to hear for you guys to fit to to be to be saying actually there's lots and lots of people out there in universities that you are with at the moment that just haven't followed that traditional and I guess I think I'm right in saying that that kind of expected did model that young people should follow through education because I think particularly for anybody that's struggling with our mental health. I think one of the things that is an added pressure east that expectation that is sometime presented within education. That that's actually the right way to do it but I guess what you what you all seem to be saying is it's not just a simple case of this option one or there's no option. Does that actually option one two three four five menus. You need an yeah and I think I don't think just because I think the one thing that I would I would want to say and I'm also hearing from. You is just because you're not able for whatever reason to follow that traditional pathway. That kind of I guess presented by education. It doesn't mean that she can fail because you're giving examples here of of lots of people that are out there and being very successfully be even though they haven't followed that expected parkway. That's I'm personally I went to uni you know before I thought unions Marconnet kind of thing is my thing you know. I'm appalled go a I love my calls going. I went and Miss. Isn't anyone off off. Because I'm falling now. I struggled soy much and I had to come home for a couple of weeks like I said because it was all it wasn't why for it was going to be and I didn't feel like I four. I'M GONNA I'm just GONNA fly. It's going to be fine. It's the reality is very different and come home and all I was thinking and on my God but like this is so armee. Why am I not doing? Everyone expected me to do this. Everyone expected things sometimes. Don't work out how you think they're gonNA work. How and that's difficult for coup but is just another example of you might even be starting to go along that model and then stop and actually? This isn't for me and I for one point. Maybe it's just not for me. Maybe this just pushing me too far. Maybe I just can't do this and that's K. An unlucky in my family and friends will very much like it's okay. If it's not for you you know is fine. You will find your thing say you would have been supported. How'd you decided to leave? It sounds like the mental program. The hat in place in really allowed to get back in a one thing I would say is before you go because I was so falling my mental health issues. It it was awful. I have them anymore. It's all gone on good modern. Great Time I win And I didn't think GonNa Miss my family's home honestly I was like like I'm not going to miss them asshole so I didn't make any plans to say them. But when I got there because you are me and Orson you're talking about Yeah you will throw universities the moist like you'll find into a random city and you have to worry about social situations your education to play. Hi Sean.
"uni" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
"It's a little bit different because you have to read back all the data off disk, I which kind of limits speed of your coverage speed desk. So that's one thing that you should consider. If your point foundation Uni but upgrading between different versions of foundation to be has been it's been done many times in companies at this point. So they're -centration about it on the on the forms best practices. And there is talk about changing the way that this works. And some of that is coming from snowflake where they have some ideas about how to use flat buffers, which is similar protocol buffers, but a little bit more efficient to replace the current RPC system that's within foundation in. That's why the that's why they're potentially incompatibilities between the the major and minor versions because the way that the the rpcies. System works just kinda taking seamless plus storks writing out onto the network as far as far as them. So using buffers would potentially energy building to have interoperability between different versions of the database. But there's a kind of philosophical reason, you still not wanna do this. Why it's maybe a bad idea for other systems that are not just foundation eighty it's kind of these illustrate if you have version one of your software version two and you wanna upgrade from one. You have probably tested hopefully, version one all by itself. Very well. Also, hopefully tested version to ally self very well. But have you tested all of the possible interactions between version one version two when the running at the same time? I don't know then that's kind of a difficult question. Why maybe a foundation you be will not ever introduce feature because it's just Dera potential dangers to it requires a lot more testing confident on. So I don't want to say that it's impossible or would never happen. They're potentially reasons why it may not happen. Minder standing of looking at the documentation and some. The presentations out of the summit is that a typical way of using foundation db is to actually deploy a single large cluster, and then have different sort of logical key spaces that coincide with different applications or different use cases. And so I'm wondering what are some of the ways that having foundation DB system, deployed impacts the way that you approach -application architecture or date engineering architecture that is a really interesting question because I think when you're using foundation evey is extremely freeing you get the freedom to build the.
"uni" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Bernie needs to give back fifty percent of those book sales to salvage his sullied reputation. Otherwise, I don't want to hear another peep from this guy about Medicare for all about redistribution socialism. Nothing give it back Bernie Kevin back hue can do in. You can do it costed. We need rob Schneider. Right now, he, you know, Bernie, but also pretty good in some sort of paramilitary uniform. You know, what I mean going to work Castro? You get don't you think? The green Uni green Uni. That's not a bad idea. The military cap can use you. You know, what that if he gives it back at least he'd beat for real. Because those are two things that will happen. It's actually I you will have military tyranny, political prisons, death and destruction and second if he gives back the money, so he'd stand by that at least he'd represent what he represents right government control people's freedom liberty in the economy, but it gives back the money at least he'd be ideologically aligned with what he's telling everyone. But he won't do any of that not a bad idea though. Joe? Yesterday. I don't even know where to start Bill bar was up on the hill. I actually do I had a line. And he's my you wanna see my notes, you could check this out YouTube dot com slash bungee. But the videos, that's how many notes I had for today. Took us good four hours to get today's show together because there's so much stuff. So Bill bar. The attorney general goes up to Capitol Hill yesterday testifies, and I have it broken down to three major takeaways. I mean, I could you know, we were bombshells a lot. But it's overused. Clearly, but these are three let's call them in the interest of being not hyperbolic significant takeaways from yesterday. So before we start we played that video quick, Bill bars reaction. This is set the standard for yesterday. This is Bill bars reaction where he just like, you gotta see the facial expression. He makes this quickly Bill bars reaction when being questioned by a democrat congresswoman, and he just clearly has no time for the nonsense. So you knows he's about to be subjected to play that cut. This is very clear that he opposed it. And so let it work out in legislation. I want you to very I want you to need very let me finish my question because that's what I heard. Maybe you need to clarify. So this credit congresswoman tries to put words as methods ignited say that. Fizzy not watching. She comes back as well. This is what I heard this is that whole democrat. This is my truth thing. I say is true show. It's my tree. Like Joe Joe? My truth is your name is John, Dan. My name is Joe it doesn't matter. It's my true. Your name is John Armacost, it stopped me telling me your name is Joe. But Dan, it's on my purse ticket, dude. It's my truth. It's my true. This is her true. What bought Bill Bart is to have a little cut from that later to happen to Kansas. Oh and says, well, hopefully, we'll get to it today where it's their truth to somewhat Kansas Bill bar said. But you gotta see bars face for those. We listen to the audio. He just totally guests this lady off shrugs his shoulders. Like, okay, whatever that's what I said. But if you insist that's what I said, you just roll with that go right ahead. So that sets the tone. Let's get to major major developing story. Number one. This is from the hill yesterday piece by John Solomon, just amazing. The title of peace will be in the show notes today. Please check them out. You don't dot com. Tom. If you subscribe to my Email list that will send you these articles the hill, title the single sentence. Russia bombshell that attorney general bar delivered to congress by John Salman, short piece, really just summarizes. The fact that Bill bar is now told us all under oath. That he is investigating the FBI conduct in the Russia gate spy gave the FBI malfeasance during the campaign and afterwards the presidential campaign afterwards. He is investigating it. You may say, okay..
"uni" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain
"Just about you. When they show up where you are when they're quote, just driving by or when they leave clues to their presence in your life to make you think of them whether through texting or them, sending you old pictures of good times to make you feel good about them today. If they seem to be spending an awful lot of time thinking of you reaching out to you showing up where you are like I said, you might be dealing with someone who's obsessing over you. And you don't want to reconnect with someone who's obsessive? Because now it's all about what they want. And nothing about what you want someone who's obsessed over you. It doesn't matter what you want. They just want you to want them. Just want me just want me back in your life. You have to be really careful with obsessive people because they're not convinced that your not right for them. They're not convinced that you don't want to be with them until you convince them you do have to convince someone that's obsessed with you not in an easy way. But in a. Very bold sometimes cold awful way. There's a difference between saying no, I don't want to be with, you know, we're not good together. No, it's everything's very passive. You know, I don't I don't think it's right. And there's a lot of passiveness to how I'm saying that now I don't think it's a good idea. That's so passive with people that continually want you to want them in. They're obsessed in their following you in their texting you or they're doing everything they can to show you that they want this relationship really bad Uni to be cold bold. And awful you need to say no way. I don't want anything to do with you ever. I never want to see you again, you make me sick. You might have to do this. I'm not saying use those exact words, I'm saying you have to give very clear if you don't want them in your life. You be very clear and say go away. I never wanna see you again. Ever. And if they don't listen, you go full, no contact you block them in every way. You can you block them on phone you block them on social media. You change your phone number. If you have to you do everything you can to show them, you have absolutely no interest because obsessed people love bread crumbs. Now, I talked about very calming in another episode where someone text you out of the blue saying, hey, I hope you had a great day, and you just broke up three days ago, and you had a big fight. But they don't mention the fight. But they want you to think about them, and they want you to think that everything is cool. So what they do is. They put bright chrome out there hoping you'll bite because you'll probably respond to the taxed, oh, I'm fine. And that means that you bit that means that you're not worried about the past anymore, and then we can move on with this relationship. And I could probably hurt you again, or whatever as long as I make you continue thinking about me. I'm Brad crummy news. So this is what bread crumb. Is about they they might texture you. They might Email you they may call you once every few days once every few weeks once every few months, but it always seems to involve not mentioning what is still a problem. They just bypass the problem say, they hope you have a great birthday and parenthetically they're saying I want you to continue thinking of me, and I want you to think I'm a great person. So I'm going to send this little message out to you. And hope that you pick up that breadcrumbs so you continue to follow me and continue the think of me, so I can use you as a backup plan. So we can get together. Someday. You heard me on another episode saying don't be a backup plan. You don't want that bread cone?.
"uni" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Uni tasker is right they focus on one thing at a time so if they're at work they're not necessarily thinking oh i need to text the girl that i went out with saturday night they don't they're just they're not thinking about it whereas we're constantly thinking about it so we can think about thirty thirty thousand things at a time by here that off my friends are like well if he was thinking about me he would remember detects me good night and if he was thinking if he liked me he would remember detects me in the morning or like he would remember detects me at work it's like not always sometimes sometimes but not always will we m which is why i recommend dating more than one person at once you know until you find when that you really liked because then you have multiple people were you can see their cadence of communication and you're not just locked on one guy and by doing that you realize that a lot of men don't text you every day and honestly the guys that are consistently texting all day long my thought is don't you have a job like do you have all this time attacks me all day long have you go do your job and then tech me at the end of the day exactly yeah so that's i mean and you know the other thing is don't don't start making up stories about what's going on when you haven't heard from them for a couple of days and you imagine asia hands well that's a whole strategy or not at all the dow jones crazy i love that story i gotta that that chapter i re i read the book is fantastic but i i go into the fis scenarios i came up with of why he disappeared and you know good rule of thumb if you're gonna make up a story make it a good story i could have made up well he's never met such an amazing woman and he just kenya he doesn't even know how to deal with it and afterwards but that's not what i came up with i came up with oh because i did this wrong or i said that wrong or i turned him off because i invited them to a wedding that wasn't for three months and i it's ridiculous i mean that's why use a different name on this because it's a.