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Dandole con Todo with Naibe Reynoso
"Navy. Welcome together. Deeper. Coming on how are you? I'm good. I'm good. How are you? Good we are in the midst of a pandemic. We're both I'm stuck at home which you know it's fine. We have Internet and food, and it's it's good. How are you? I'm doing good today was the first day in a while I put makeup on because I knew we were going to do this interview those kind of interesting to get ready for your own house like for your kitchen. But I've been doing good I've had more good days and bad days I think it's it's okay to have bad days because we we should be able to accept those down days and end lived through them and walk through them and not be in denial. So I've had good days. I've had bad days but at the end of the day I'm doing good I just I think we're all in this together. So it's like a collective feeling of support and we're GONNA get through this and I've tried to be productive, and then there's Times where I'm I have productivity exhaustion and I'm just like I can't be more productive like I just can't. So I'll just zone out and watch a Zombie movie. have like a glass of wine and I have to keep reminding myself. It's okay to not always be productive and to just relax and chill you know absolutely no. I I love that because one nobody knows how to deal with US everyone is going through at one hundred percent like you said, and it's a day by day because also things are happening in the world day by day. Allowing herself, grace and compassion, and just living by the hour basically but I'm glad you're being cute. Thank you. So yeah. So tell us who is Ebay what's your heritage for do come from case? So I am Mexican American I was born in Santa. Monica California my parents are from second pick as Mahyco, and I lived here in La. Most of my life, I did move out of state for a couple of years for my journalism career. But I'm a journalist I've been doing journalism for over twenty five years and I've worked for companies like when he be seon and Bella no and CNN is Fine Yawn and Fred's twenty four unreels channels. I've had a really really big mix and now I'm publishing books for children. It's been an amazing transition and it's been a seamless transition because. As a journalist what I did was right right stories and highlight my community and that's exactly what I'm doing with my publishing company control the press highlighting my community in a writing stories but taking more ownership of the of the product of the what I'm putting out into the world because I'm my own boss. So it's been. It's been beautiful. How Fun. So you gave us a story in like twenty seconds, but you know we're going to dissect it. Because I'm a journalist. Yes. So he's like short soundbites because I interview people all the time you know thousands I've interviewed probably thousands of people throughout my career now, like give me that sound bite twenty seconds. What did it a nutshell? So and I know as a reporter or when you're interviewing like symptoms when you're too long winded, it's like kind of wrap it up. I am a victim of lake sometimes condensing it a little bit too much. I ask a lot of questions that we can dissect it. No problem. Also born raising your parents are from psychotic S.. When did they come to the US Vaca- when they were teenagers my dad came to obviously find work like most Mohicans that came and he worked to everything you can imagine they here they met here even though they're from the same town that they were amazed. And their birthdays are one day apart. They just celebrated a birthday in March unfortunately. We couldn't be there to celebrate it because of the social distancing But yeah, they were born one day apart they knew each other some kind of like they found their community here with a by less of like my Kano's innocent that that's how they reconnected and they got married you. Know the rest is history. They know each other am I gonNa they knew of each other. Oh my grandmother. My Mom's mom had a little store of not the indeed that in the little town if you have at the site in these little towns, it's like that's the place to be the center of the universe of these little towns because that's where all the cheese mishap. Other. Women and men go to buy groceries with that's where all the when I used to go. To Grozny, thought would see it's so amazing that that whole culture like you see all the little kids growing up so that the data are really liked the modern day starbucks that's where people go to find community and you know to talk to the cashier and just find out what's going on with with the town with the community. So long story short might might grandmother had one of the and my mom and Oliver Sisters would be the cashiers and that's my dad had stopped in a few times. So he don't they met that way and then have faced. Local.
California Principal Brings Food To Students Cut Off From Meals
"California to meet Juan Vaca. He is the principal at Global Family Elementary School where all of the 453 students receive free or reduced lunch. We have like 98%. You know that next and we have students. They're newcomers are English language learners. They're newcomers coming from other countries. With very minimal language, very minimal educational experience, no schooling, So we try to find ways to actually make sure that we're also holding them in a way that they're actually have the support that they need to be able to be successful. His school has always had students who needed help getting food or enough food, but things got worse when the pandemic hit. Families had to figure out how we're going to supplement this food that used that we usedto get at the school. It's it's kinda is difficult, exactly. Ah, fathom to think that we take something simple things like like lunch and meals and breakfast for granted, because it's it's expected. It's there. And once we've removed and you give him something else, different avenues, Actually, Tina lt's thinks it's kind of difficult and target our job. I think to find ways to toe mend that and connect families to these three services. This summer, Vaca worked at a food distribution center at another school in the area. But families from his school couldn't make it usually because they lacked transportation or were quarantined. So he got creative and what I would do is I would go check in the morning at that school and make sure that everything was going well and what I would do that would bring food back because I knew that there's families would be Needing this food and I would have. How's it at my my sights and parents know that they could come and pick it up or I would drop off on my way back to my school? Still, that wasn't enough. A vodka and a staff of global family got even more hands on teachers would buy groceries for struggling families and do wellness checks. Eventually, vodka arranged a food drive at his school twice a month. He says. More than 100. Families show up each time. They're very thankful. They always think us and they always wanna wants the next one. And because fellas leave with a lot of bags like it's not just here's two apples Here's to. No, it's There's a lot of food and I think they're very grateful. I think it's sometimes isn't words Don't don't express what they're feeling. I just 1000 face that. They're thank you says a million words and I just feel like it's stick followings right Vodka says the drives are a chance to check in with students and their families. That's where he learns how they're adapting to distance learning amid the pandemic. It's tough because you have these students were having to take these rolls right of the roles of making sure that they can't Mom and dad has to be quarantined. And now you have a kind of to fend for yourself. So it's it's one of those situationally. They're very grateful, very grateful. We provide them but it it's not consistent. Right. Well, it's not. We're not there every single day without we're not sure we're not there with them. 24 hours a day and we could provide one need, but we could try toe help him overcome one obstacle, But there's still so many more. Despite the challenges, vodka remains optimistic. The food drives continue as do the check ins. He says. He learned a lot in the early days of the pandemic and has adapted to this new normal. We needed. Just continue working and making the drive striving, Tio what we're doing in regards clothing, the Snowden security gaps and making sure they're At least some of their basic needs are met to the capacity that we could provide. So that's one less thing. They have to worry about that Swan vodka principal at Global Family Elementary School in Oakland, California.
"vaca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You got to know what's happening. Breaking information as it happened. Governor Gavin Newsom says he does not wanna re implement stay at home orders. But he could positivity rate has begun to increase stay connected with thank based news and information, keeping a close eye on the increase in the percentage of positive cases. Sacramento's news 93.1 KFBK You're listening to the best of the Pat Walsh. Oh, Happy Fourth of July from all of us here on K F. K. It's so it's a ma zing. That is a ma zing. Teo. That is funny is funny, Adam writes. Adam sends me a picture from his listening in Vallejo. Vellano. Uh, see Vaca Ville. Excuse me. He's listening in Vaca Ville Adam says he sends me a picture of the Costco cast station, which is completely empty after someone said gases like Casey said, What? 2 50 a gallon or whatever. Adams is finally cheap gas and we can't go anywhere. Yeah. Doesn't that figure Thank you for being a part of the show? Pat Walsh..
Are You Overstressed? Learn Stress Tolerance and Resiliency.
"Hey. How's it going? It's raining here in sweet each tree city, Georgia and I. Am Unai stay -Cation Wu. Right. Why do I need to stick? Asian only because I needed vacation of sorts, so the only thing I'm doing. For the next several days is this podcast? I actually started my vaca- Yesterday after doing a really wonderful interview with gene, McCarthy on the bubble hours so hopefully by the time you're hearing this. That podcast will be out as well. I have a vulnerability hangover today. I. Shared a little bit more about my story than I have another podcast, so do take a listen, but for today let's move on to our topic I want to get back to my steak Haitian. I haven't talked about this in a while and boy. Oh, boy! Is it a topic for what we're living through in this new era? That we. Will likely be writing about in the history books for a long time to come, and that topic is stress tolerance and what is stress. You know, and how do we build resilience for it? This world that we have created is loaded with pressure pain strife trouble strain all those words of stress. We all feel it and by the way if you were immune to it before which I don't know anybody who was immune to it and. God bless America. There were some people who were really thriving in stress, but this is a different take on stress. When into agree this whole covert. Some people are better at responding to life's trials and tribulations. How do they do that? How do some people cope with adversity in a way that better positions them for a good content, or not up, and down the motionlessly driven life, while others of us, like maw appear to struggle more or sometimes get stuck, or in my case and lot of times over my life span. I've gotten stuck. What's the difference? What are other people doing? And what can you do to build more stress tolerance into your life? Even, people who have better skills developed in practiced to deal with stress at some point in their. And for the rest of US many points in our lives. Everyone experiences extreme emotional states and variances for some people, the presence of overwhelm or uncontrollable feelings in response to stress, occurs pretty regularly, and I will say as someone who has long suffered straight out of the womb with anxiety. I have to be really up a my distress, tolerance skills or my stress, tolerant skills, because when I didn't have these skills, which was for a large part of my life, until I got sober at forty six, not to say that I didn't have some stress, tolerance skills, but when I discovered alcohol and Ben Zozo and pills. Those became my go-to methods of dealing with my stress. I needed to learn something different, because I developed a pretty damn severe addiction to both alcohol, and Ben Zoro's but for the rest of us, even if you have a mild substance, use, disorder, or a moderate substances, disorder, or no substance, use disorder, we could all benefit from learning skills of tolerance. Just in case you don't know the signs. Of Not Being Stress Tolerant, let me go over them. Of course, depression or anxiety or going between those two in somewhat rapid movement. Maybe over the course a month you'll feel I depressed and then lots of anxiety up and down that roller, coaster Another sign is anger, irritability, restlessness and boy. Oh, boy, are we all feeling that over the course of these days when we're
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Making Sobriety Facebook Official/ Brooke
"Hi GUYS WELCOME TO RECOVERY. Happy Hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stopped drinking. I'm your host Tricia and you can quarantine my body in quarantine my germs. But not my podcast. So suck at Corona virus. Thank you for joining me today. So here we are in the middle of our very first global health epidemic and at the time of recording this the information in the news right now is changing so rapidly that. I'm sure that whatever I say about cove in nineteen is going to be old news by the time you download this so I vowed to make this entire episode corona free so you can have a little mental vaca- from what's happening out there in the world right now. Plus next week's episode will be with my friend and Sandbar CEO. Chris Marshall and we'll spend that episode chatting about how we're getting through this time while staying sober and working on healthy recovery. So make sure you tune in for that if you need some extra support right now to get some inspiration for a new show introduction. I took a look through my DMZ. I receive from all of my listeners. And I've been getting a lot lately about going. Facebook official on your sobriety. So going to dedicate this intro to coming out as sober on social media and rather than just tell you what you need to do or give you the steps on how to do this. I'm going to present. This interim more as what questions do you. WanNa ask yourself before you post because there are no rules on how to do this. There's no governing body to tell you that you're doing it right or doing it wrong and just like your recovery. You need to do. What's best for you? Which may be different than someone else. So first and foremost don't ever given to peer pressure and if something doesn't feel right with that than just go with your gut. I Wanna I tell you about my experience with making my sobriety public knowledge on social media. I took it in small steps. I posted it to a very small filtered group of friends on facebook that I see on a regular basis and I did it when I was about eight or nine months in and the reason why I did it was because I wanted to share my experience of being a high functioning drinker. You know one of the things that kept me from asking for help for so long because I- legit didn't know that successful people could be alcoholics or whatever word you want to use in the place of alcoholic. I bought into the stigma for most of my life and once I learned that I actually had a real problem bad enough to where I needed to stop drinking. I realized that that was really the only thing holding me back from asking for help for so long so I posted with the intention to share that. It's okay if you struggle that a lot of people do in that. It's okay to ask for help. I had a very clear mission with my post so once I hit one year sober then they posted it again for everyone to see and I shared the same information that everyone struggles in. It's okay to talk to someone and ask for help. I also share the fact that life has gotten better without alcohol. You know I try. To debunk some of those myths. That when you quit drinking everything becomes like quiet and boring which obviously is not the case. If you've been listening to this podcast for some time. So that's the first thought that I want you to think about. If you're considering coming out on social media you know what is that intention or you're doing it for accountability. Are you doing it to offer people some help their share your experience start with why in dig into that for a while before you decide to post if you're doing this for accountability than hey social media is a great way to accomplish that because you're legit about to let everyone know which brings me to my second point? A question to ask yourself is how are you going to feel if everyone knows because even though you think what you post won't be seen by people who aren't your friends and social media or maybe an axe or an employer go ahead and assume that everyone will see because nothing is actually private on the Internet and in my mind the Internet is forever? You'll think someone might not see it. But Hey maybe one day they'll see it or a friend will show it to them so just assume that it's all going to be out there for the world to see now. How does that make you feel because of that? Totally freaks you out in the bad kind of way and not the good way then. That's an important factor to consider before coming out a lot of people. Ask Me when they should come out on social media and a lot of you get really excited and that first couple of months because you've started to feel so good physically and also in that first couple of months when you're riding that pink cloud and the new and shiny hasn't worn off yet. It's real tempting to put it all out there and I'm not saying that you shouldn't if that's what you really need to do but I would suggest you wait until you're at least six months or so into this because by the time you're six months you're going to get at least one huge reality check. You're going to struggle through some growing pains and you'RE GONNA learn a lot. And frankly I think your post is going to have a lot more value with that. Extra experience like if someone suddenly goes Vegan or mix some drastic lifestyle change in there like two weeks into it and really enthusiastic and super pumped and they get on social media and they tell the whole world. How great this changes? What are your thoughts? Because I am immediately going to predict. They're going to burn out and at that. Two weeks of Vegan. Eating experience does not really make an expert and I'm not taking them super seriously at that point. And you don't need to be an expert recovery when you post. That's not what I'm saying at all but I think you should at least have a little bit of time under your belt so that you can have a little more extra credibility. Maybe you've learned something that really changes your perspective on how you even want to talk about recovery. You know that experience and wisdom that you're going to gain is important and it's so valuable so don't rush it and that brings me to the next question to ask yourself. What's the rush? You know how is coming out at two months going to be different than coming out at six months or a year. Because if you're just dying to tell people then why not just tell them in person those people that you do see on a regular basis in your real life these are the people you WanNa tell? And if you're not ready to tell your regular real life people then why are you ready to put it out on social media? I know that if I had a close friend who announced to everyone on facebook that they were struggling before they told me in real life. I have mixed feelings and it's not necessarily about that like me. You don't have to coddle people's potential reactions in this case and be a total people pleaser but but your real people in real life you know. They deserve to know. I think it's a good time. Maybe to answer any questions that they have or give them some clearer direction on. What kind of support you need from them and we'll talk about that next. D. Understand how you would feel if you were in there shoes. Wouldn't you have wanted your friend? Tell you that they were hurting. And now they're not. We can't replace real life connections in serious conversations with facebook posts and think that everything is just going to be the same. You need to stay human read facial expressions you know let them read yours and really share an experience when it's a big deal like this not with everyone necessarily but for your close friends and family. I think you're doing yourself and them. A real service by being face to face it. I so consider leaving the facebook post intentionally for those who you aren't close enough to share that with in person so back to that last point about giving people clear direction on what kind of support you need. That's something to consider when you're thinking about your y and people who don't understand what it's like to have a drinking or who have never been close to someone who has one often need a little bit clarity on what you want from them. Sometimes they just don't know what to do so they try to comfort you and make you feel better. Maybe they want to try and convince you that you don't have a problem in the first place. I know that that's definitely happened to me. And that's really more about them and their discomfort has very little to do with you. When you're crafting this post about adding some tips on how you'd like them to support you. You know people really WANNA BE HELPFUL. So give them some direction on how they can do that. If that means you need to tell them that you're not going out to bars right now but you still want to hang out and have a game night and go to movies and that nothing else has changed. Then tell them that if other people drinking around you doesn't bother you and you don't want them to go change in their lives and tell them that if you need to stay at home alone for another six months or a year then tell them that. This is an opportunity to introduce them to your normal something else to consider if you're coming out. Is that although? This doesn't happen as much as you would think. Some people are going to judge you and the majority of people will not. They'll be incredibly supportive but maybe one person is friends with somebody who wants to hire you someday. Maybe they're going to have a conversation about you. That's not very friendly. Maybe they'll remember this when your resume stack in front of them. I'm not bringing this up as a scare tactic to get you to not come out just saying that there are a lot of reactions that you can't control and you're going to have to be okay with that. Maybe you're a parent and there's an uptight neighbor. Who Sees it? And they won't want their kids to come over. I mean the odds of that happening are pretty slim but it is still a possibility. People are more likely to relate to you more than anything but once this info is out there. It's out
Vegan #VanLife and the Freedom of Living in the Back of Your Car
"So what does it? What does it actually mean to live? Live because right now. You're in Colombia. Right so you're not in the van. But what what does van let me into you so I think it means a lot. I mean people defined differently. Some people define it as like only if your fulltime twelve months a year. I'm kind of doing this. Hybrid thing where. I'm traveling half the year in the wintertime mostly in Latin America lately and in summertime. I'm going back up to Alaska and essentially living in my van so I am fulltime when I'm in Alaska. We'll get like a an AIRBNB every every mother's son until I do my laundry or maybe stay with a friend here and they're passing through somewhere but I'm pretty much fulltime while I'm up there so I would call that you know. Maybe some purists disagree but I also encountered a lot of people are up in Alaska that we're doing a little different versions lighter version. That what I was doing where they really Nice van setup. They still had a partner house and they would use it to. Do you know long weekend trips in the middle of nowhere and can use it as a like a little little getaway kind of house and they weren't doing it full time and I consider them van lifing also. So yeah. That's how I broadly defined yeah. I think so the two people that I knew who have sprinter vans or super fans are yes a part time. They're when they're going away for the weekend. Camping suitably bringing a camping tent and all that stuff kind of drive their van right and take their van and kind of do it for the weekend or or week long trips but still have a house that they're coming back to during the week and that's that's kind of like I have this longtime vision of myself having a pickup truck that I've converted in like Vaca so not like the whole thing but like a pickup truck the converted where I could drive the trail head or drive to a race and spend the night in my truck and then wake up and go do some epic adventure so I. I think that. I think it's super cool. That people live fulltime in the van. And you do for months at a time. I think that as amazing but I also think that it's a super awesome idea to just use what you have what can and converted and be able to kind of get away for the weekend. Yeah sorry when I told you that I didn't like free. Solo knows good because lived in his van cooking in their sleeping in there. Okay so that's why it's did. I see that's what I said more or less enough recorded somewhere. That guys ban life again. Yes he is. Yeah all right. So there's a whole spectrum you know like what what you were just describing Douglas into the weekend thing it's like it's kind of like glorified car camping but instead of attendance to your you got a nice little set up in the back so you know setting campaign breaking down campus where easier just go back and it can also look like it can also look very different too. I mean I don't like school. Easer thing right where. They converted a short school bus. Oh man that's kind of space so I I was in a much smaller vehicle. That would feel almost like too big if I had that much. Swear finisher what's the difference between this and normal are being where you just get an RV. That's made design with all. These bathrooms turn into kitchens and all that kind of stuff like is is. Is there a difference? Yes so now okay. So the way I I learned quite a bit about the differences as I got into a more so I kind of assumed that it was kind of all the same. Like like like you're saying And then I realized that the the The van life thing is more about being nimble and move it around a lot you know on a whim whereas when you're in this big lumbering. Rv PLAN PLAN. A lot more Book spots at a time. If you don't know the area You know parking forty eight foot vehicle small ones so my dad for example has like this printer. Sil- RV where it's still whatever classified as you still can drive it into cities on that but it's different because these in my limited view. It seems different because that you kind of pay for like all these. You know well-designed and often expensive things that that make your. I mean it sounds to me like the van. Life is more about putting together a situation from from an old then. Is that It's it's I mean you can definitely go and spend half a million dollars very well outfitted you know like you know quote Unquote Sprinter van. That's still technically a Van. But it seems to be more kind of do it yourself Kind of people and you could still sky's the limit I I've I've seen people. Have you know the soaking tubs in the back of their of their vans and hence the craziest stuff? But my mind's much more rustic kind of basic set up one day one day. Do you have aspirations for soaking? Tobin back you've been you know that's a little much I'd be happy with a bathroom and shower. Let's let's talk about the logistics because all right so if you if you were to look on instagram and look search the Hashtag or or just do some of the van life youtube videos. I mean like you said there are some people who have pimped out there and I mean just spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to get just looking really really sharp and really fancy is the average person who is living in a van. Because I know that you guys You were telling us in Colorado that sometimes you park and there'd be a bunch of other people who were had their like are most people really living that luxurious life inside of van or is it is it typically pretty basic very very basic so the the pictures you see of the really fancy ones on instagram. That's that's pretty rare. I mean I'm definitely encountering some pretty awesome vans and house roaming around in Alaska but for the most part they're pretty beat up You know people doing it on. A budget You know there's always some like rich retirees that have some brand new rig that everyone's checking out but for the most part it's it's that's not that's not the usual singer encountering the other thing that I found. That was interesting when I when I was getting into this and deciding. Do I go for a really small setup or do for bigger sprinter van? Everybody that I talked to all the videos I watched. Everyone said that they wished they had gone more basic and smaller in a there. I kind of go at it. They they took on too much and they shouldn't have you know they. They didn't show they didn't need kitchen. And all the all these other things that you think are critical so that that was like I heard that so much. They've really stuck in my head like man. Maybe I should just start with something small. Make sure that like. I don't hate this. Do it for season or to understand how. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa van life and have a better idea of what would be appropriate for me so I was really happy. I did that because Even okay so my initial plan. Before I went up there was I was going to get like a sprinter van. Like a big cargo. Van De could stand up in Puts BILL SHOWER AND BATHROOM DECENT SIZE? Little kitchen queen size bed. Everything and I ended up getting a minivan which seems like a pretty pretty big step down but I'm really glad I did because I I actually ended up outfitting. The minivan too much like within a couple of weeks started getting rid of tons of stuff. So yeah it was really. It's kind of like you guys. Were talking with my couple weeks about living in the minimalist lifestyle as you kind of get more into it you realize like I don't even like why did I buy a two burner camp stove. That's ridiculous excess. Lead one little little things like that So yeah I'm glad I went really small because I mean besides just you know being stealthy in Alaska is not really relevant. Nobody cares you can earn. Its little state as a campground just purview. On and for the most part nobody bothers you but it was really nice just nimble and small like if I had a bigger sprinter or a bigger RV. I couldn't pull him to some of the towns and just feel confident that I could find a spot that no one would bug me. That was really nice And I wasn't worried about putting gas of women. I would drive to three hours. The other side of the state to the weather was better. You know it's like I got a minivan hookers couple of gallons of gas definitely urge anyone that's thinking about doing this like you need way less than you think you do like everyone. I talked to was like. Oh I absolutely can't live without a flushing toilet. I can't live without this long list of stuff and then at the end of the day you realize like I was barely using any of these things that I thought were critical and then yeah I mean what what. My setup looked like at the end of last summer versus the beginning. It was lot less. Clutter much fewer things. Just life was a lot simpler and so on on that note as far as practical things I mean you you talked about how you we're GONNA get one to have the kitchen and all that but it does like you didn't get one has a kitchen. You're you're somebody tell you my whole setup broke. It's very very particular about food. But but so. The setup was super simple. I ended up building half a day with a buddy of mine that lives up in Alaska and just to be clear. Like I am not handy at all like I. I don't own any power tools or whatever I built a super basic a bed platform. That's you know. Raise up about eight inches and then I got some big like plastic tupperware sal bins that slide imperfectly underneath that platform. Carbonated that platform put a like a three inch thick tempur-pedic mattress on top of that and that was pretty much it. I just had a had storage underneath the entire bed which was more than enough Half of it was my food. Half was my clothes and gear and then I had a little like a cooler that Kind of wedged into the fronts behind the driver's and that was pretty much it and then You know a lot of the same kind of cooking gear that you would have. If you're camping side. Like a big seven gallon. Water Jug cooking. Camping stove miscellaneous pots and pans and That was much my whole
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REM's Michael Stipe Is Back
"For more than three decades. He was the lead singer of Ari the They made fifteen albums together and then they split up in twenty eleven after that stipe showed up occasionally like an Elf on a shelf. Delve on Stephen Colbert old comedy central. Show I have acquired so many meaningful keepsakes leftover Vaca Products Pints of American dream. And my one of kind Michael Stipe. Who has been sitting on my shelf over there for three years but someone does me? Hey that's you and the corner me in the spotlight. Read your contract. Recently Stipe got back into a music studio and he celebrated a big birthday happy. Belated Birthday. Thank you I'm sixty years old now. I see it on the horizon for myself. I'm a nineteen sixty kid myself. There you go well. It's not so scary. I have to say it's a little less frightening than fifty. That's good to hear. Stipe recently released two singles his his first solo work since REM and each song comes with a beautiful music video music As as big of an impact and as much as as big of a part is it has played in my in my in my past my history music creates a wall between me and the rest of the world. Because I think I'm a bit of a control freak and when I work on something I want it to to be really not just good. It's GonNa be great or it doesn't go out into the public and I was that way with rem for thirty two years that's heavy carrying So so when are in disbanded. I needed to take a break. I needed to not think about music for a while and It kind of crept back in. And then I found myself working with this group of people that empathetic in particular any La- Monster singer-songwriter engineer and producer. And who's a great friend. We we started writing on synthesizer and I'm not a musician I played classical piano as a child and played accordion as a as a third grader. But but I don't know how to play any instrument and yet How to compose and how to put music together in a way? That's that's arresting and An inspired is something that I've been surrounded by my whole life and so anyway it was a grand experiment. Can I compose. Can I write my own music. And it turns out him. I'm I'm not bad at it.
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Lee Baucom: Thrive...No Matter What
"Surviving simply isn't enough. We should be thriving now. Lee Bow Gum is an expert in thriving no matter her. What life throws your way? He helps people to thrive in their relationships than their lives lease. The host of three podcasts. Were all addicted to podcasting according to to mice to enter chair. Three he is you. GotTa you gotTa start. Achieving some level of six seven eight hot get out of the three. That Lee hosts right now. The thrive algae podcasts. The Save Save the marriage podcast. I found that a little too late and the and the man of significance. PODCAST if you're listening now in November of two thousand nineteen on this Show Man of significance. PODCAST will be launching in the end of this year the beginning of Of Two thousand twenty. He's also the author of seven books and works with people around the world to find their meaning meaning in their purpose and to make there impact in the world. Hold on tight if you want to better understand. Relationships had to have a better marriage more significance in your life how to avoid veer how to thrive. I had an opportunity to learn from and with Lee while attending the new media summit and I love his approach not only business but especially as approach to life Lee. Welcome to the Nice guys on business podcast. Oh Man Doug I'm happy to be here. Thanks for having me I love having you here Lee. And you're one of those guys that just stood out in the crowd because You know one of the things we talked about in I don't know if we talked about this a new media summit but we did talk about this recently in our prerecording conversation was that people people oftentimes have this. This fear that that difficulty is Is it means you're on the wrong path and I wanNA share not only a little. It'll be your story but I wanNA talk about that as we get into it because those that are listening I want them to just jump in right now. We all are facing these difficult times. When it comes to running a business thriving in our business and kind of moving to that next step and sometimes we feel like difficulty means that? We're going down the wrong way. So why don't you share a little bit of your pass and talk about this difficulty. Means you're not necessarily on walk past. Yeah so part of my story of entrepreneurship is I didn't actually realize that was what was for years. I just knew I made a really bad employee. Impact Vaca at a at a number of Review Tom's when I would walk in and Annan you the person who was the director out. I was trained as a therapist. But what had already done a number of businesses really since I was a teenager a was a Now this secret there doug but Abbas yes we won't tell anyone right air show so all of the magician when I was a teenager so Gidon yeah in the in. The nerdy. Ranks I was right there. but I was a magician who made some pretty decent money when I was a teenager because I did parties all the time and I didn't ever really think that I was you know in business I just I was doing agile shows and getting paid for it and so even when I look back you know I I I did that. I helped run a clothing store when the owner was burned earned out and Pretty much everything from ordering the stuff to a taking care of other people on staff and I was a teenager at that point and then I did the same thing with a restaurant. The owner was burned out and I ran a restaurant or helped run the restaurant and and what I realize long ways I really didn't like being told what to do so that kind of extended into my life as trained as a therapist and yet I worked in an agency which brings us to that point when I would walk into the the job review annual review and say hey anoma really bad employees You can get rid of me. I'm you know I'm happy. Go somewhere else if you want. And what they basically they did And and where I kind of made my way is when they let me do what I thought was best and so they stuck me in satellite office and let me run that program and it became really the only thing that kept that Senator in Business I was kind of a cash cow for a long time. And so along the way I right realize at some point. This is a realization that I think we all realize that at some point. We're no matter what we're doing if we're professionals we're an hourly employee employees. I mean as a therapist I can only see so many clients. I can only do so much and so at one point I Decided to start a business on the side which was no surprise? I don't think that my wife but this was a bigger gamble than I thought so. Here I was trying as a therapist to figure out how to make an extra income stream came from a family We were. I've been Grad School for forever I was talking with someone the other day. And I said I was in Grad School for as low from college to the into Grad School. As long as I was from kindergarten to the end of highschool well professional student way to go with it was a long time and along the way you know. You ever see the forty year old virgin. Did you ever think. Fortunately fortunately for me I had to work along the way that was the the thing about Being trained as therapist you. You can't just do school. You GotTa go do some real training and so I actually was working for a good stint of that time other than college I really was working the whole time on the side but that was when I realized I'm like you know this this hourly thing I mean I can only go so far and so I tried to create this business snus and it crashed and burned and I figured out why it crashed and burned but it was a painful event for me because while I was trying to build something from my family would I ended up doing is putting us way deeper in debt I'd already had kind of a stunted professional life because while I was working I was also going to school and so I couldn't really go full force and so suddenly we were extra in debt With a business loan that had a rough Payback payback. And I refuse to do bankruptcy. I just I was like I did this. I'M GONNA take it on and I'm going to finish it and learn some very important lessons along along the way about what happens when you try to start a business that's not in your place of purpose or meaning And incredibly painful event and then A stayed away for a while but I wrote a book and I thought well. I'll just write this book and be an author and along the way This was back in nineteen ninety on at a friend who said Hey Who's going to publish that for yesterday? At I'll figure it out when I finish it. He said well while you're trying to figure that out. Watch making an e Book Doc Now e Book Nineteen Ninety Nine like what's Abbott. Nobody knew that Renault not a wasn't a ninety nine cent you know thing that Amazon had done at that point and so what I really didn't realize as I was getting into informational marketing world and I didn't really realize that even after I had a website up and I was selling the book and it was getting to be more or more successful and sigh. Finally one day out I was like an. I'm one of those Internet marketing gas And so Yup had to revamp what I understood about myself. I just I kind of stumbled from Osh preneurs shipped entrepreneurship and finally one day went. Oh that's the problem. I'm an entrepreneur. That's the personality pieces that I had missed along the way But what I realized I like to do was to help people have better lives. I mean if if there's much ship of that it's really about how do you help people so tail end of my graduate school literally sitting at a desk surrounded with my two little kids. who were toddling around me with stacks of Books Everywhere Writing My dissertation and I turn to my wife and I said Hey? I just read this article about this coaching thing. This was Nineteen Ah Eighty six. I think and said That's what I do and she said wait. You've done a lot of schooling to be a therapist and now you're telling me you WANNA be a coach and I said well it's Kinda how I do therapy. And so that launched me into the world of coaching added coach. Training literally had not even turn in my dissertation and I started a coach training program and took that into My clinical life and so along the way figured out that was a coach and entrepreneur an informational marketer. A writer now podcast all that stuff just kind of fit into the place of how do you help people people get to a place where life has more meaning for you. So how's that for now. That's really cool and I appreciate you you sharing all of that because again Nice Guy Community is you're checking this out. Just think. Think about your particular place in life in the journey that you have taken especially as an entrepreneur. It's it really is a matter of just. You're never going to focus on an entrepreneur entrepreneur. I think our goal We always think is to get from point eight to point Z.. And do it as profitably as we possibly can not realizing oftentimes along the way. There's a bunch of what we think at the time maybe setbacks but they're really opportunities for learning and growth
"vaca" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Fat in soil bacteria may protect against stress
"Researchers like whoa, this bacterium is blocking this anxiety fear response. How is it doing that? And this new paper. Talks about a novel lipid that they have discovered fatty acid called ten z. Hex adecco. No IQ acid and it's used and it's inside the cells. It's it acts like a key in a lock. It binds to specific receptors. They're called paroxysm proliferator-activated receptors p p R, and these inhibit inflammatory pathways, so they inhibit the bodies inflammation response. And so the bacteria, it seems Lowry says that these bacteria, we co evolved with have the trick up their sleeve when taken up by immune cells. They release these lipids that bind to the receptor and shut off the inflammable in inflammation cascade. And so, would he's thinking is that maybe we could develop a stress vaccine from these bacteria that could be given to people in high stress jobs that would help them to not get things like this PTSD type symptoms. So, so we, we get a stress vaccine from the Micromax him vaca-, which which would make it a double Latin root for cows and the cows part of the story cows are not fighting. This bacterium is probably found in the soil where cows live. The researchers also think this is just one species of one type of bacterium that is in the soil. But there are all sorts of others millions of other strains. And in terms of identifying the mechanisms through which they have evolved, we have evolved with them to be healthy. They're potentially a lot of places that we can be looking for this kind of. Mental health
"vaca" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Off the Email while on vaca-? Here's Katie hill editor at marketwatch, Katie set this up if you stay off work play, Email and all your other work related online communication while you're on vacation, you can earn up to seven hundred and fifty dollars. No kidding. And the idea is what here. Which is what really interested me one. He was saying that the company was having issues with delegating people were unable to delegate or unwilling to delegate, whether you know, whether they thought somebody would take their job if they went on vacation, they always stepping in or they just didn't trust their team or whatever. And he said, you know, that that's risky for a company, if you if you know, people design their jobs around themselves, if that person leaves what are you gonna do this with the way for them to kind of push people to delegate, you know, you're going to get made seven hundred eighty dollars. If you if you go on vacation, and you're not in touch with us. So you're going to have to delegate other thing is, you know, he was the the CEO was telling me, no, really boost creativity. And there's studies that show this. If you disconnect from work, and you're just Allen in nature, or whatever you're doing creative ideas comeback and you come back refreshed to work. So you know, they really thought these two benefits are very important for the company. So he said, hey, we're going to pay people to go to stay off Mark communication while they're on vacation. How do you get the the Macs prize there? Depend on how you know. No, it depends on your level. So the more senior you are the more money you can well, so what if somebody brought up in the story, what if you come up with this great idea while you're sipping your might tie at the swim up bar. Then what right. So we can't you can't get you can't get an Email and write about it because you're not getting your money, right? Some people said I not the way to handle me if you want to boost creativity or increase delegation because she made the point, you know, people are just sitting there. They have this great idea and they want to write to their team. They should be able to do it just makes no sense. Other people said, you know, this idea is actually really great because it send a strong message that we want you to go on vacation and be disconnected from work. And it really says we stand behind that it's not just lip service. So there's a little debate going on about it speak with Katie hill editor at marketwatch. She's written a piece entitled these workers get paid seven hundred fifty dollars to stay off line. On vacationing don't reach out by Email. How widespread is this is can you call it a trend or no, well, they're the only people I know that pay you to stay off of it, Arianna Huffington company, drives global they do a thing where they delete impo emails that employees get while on vacation. So your box will not be filled with emails when you get back. They just send a note to the person sitting the Email. Hey, please resend on whatever day a couple of their companies also had a similar policy. But again, they're not paying people to do this one company with the only one I found there may be others. But they were the only one I uncovered Katie Katie hill.
"vaca" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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Valentine's flowers: Whole Foods again has best price
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, boys and girls if you haven't noticed Thursday is Valentine's Day again. And yes, folks, it's time to get in your flower orders as we've been doing here. The last few years, we've been checking all the online sites for the best deals, and we have the results for you on today's talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham now a vaca- of red roses is expensive really expensive. If you buy them online, the companies that sell flowers will tell you they're better quality stems but come on. They're gonna will within a week or two maybe three I know that I'm uncomfortable spending fifty to seventy five dollars for a bouquet online when I can run to the supermarket in by some admittedly, lower quality flowers at half the price if not more so let me just cut to the chase right now until you the best deal. I found online was whole foods using the Amazon prime member discount. The advertised fee is twenty bucks. And to my surprise your at twenty six dollars and eighty seven cents once the delivery fee tip. And taxes added in which is a great deal. When compared to the online flower sellers, I wasn't able to replicate sending them out of state at this price. So I invite you in non California zip codes to give it a try. I can't tell you. That two dozen roses are advertised in store at all the whole foods locations for twenty bucks as a prime special. You have to be a member of Amazon's prime expedited delivery and entertainment program, which cost a hundred and twenty dollars a year. And when you're in the store, you show your Amazon app, and that gets you the five dollar discount online the most expensive. Okay. I found was from a company called urban stems it eighty five dollars for a bouquet close runner up. One eight hundred flowers starting at sixty dollars closing in just over eighty two dollars after factoring and fees rival f TD sounded pretty good with an advertised price of twenty five bucks per a bouquet. But. Ad delivery fee and taxes, and you check out at fifty dollars the boots, which is a company I've used in the past and they've got really high quality stems is at fifty seven dollars and eighty cents while pro flowers comes in at forty bucks. As always your best prices will be at your local market jump in the car, pick up your as for twenty bucks and drive away. And of course, they don't charge livery the's. Where will you be buying your flowers this year at loved the cure all about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, happy Valentine's Day, everyone. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show where ever you listen to online audio please favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and as always thanks everyone for listening. In need of great talent for your business. But short on time. You don't have to get lost in a huge stack of resumes to find your perfect hire. You just need the right tools smarter tools with ZipRecruiter you can post your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards with just one click then ZipRecruiter. Actively looks for the most qualified candidates and invites them to apply. So you never miss a great match. No wonder eighty percents of employers who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day. Find out today why ZipRecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes and industries to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results right now. Talking tech listeners can post jobs on ZipRecruiter for free. That's right free. Just go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. One more time to try it for free. Go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.
"vaca" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"For not with us. Your story. I really super hard to a ton of things you just said shared with us. Yeah. In foster for listening to inflict to thanks. I was going to say that. I don't think that we've said on the podcasts at all. But we have a date that we're going back to Disney haven't we have as many vacation planned. It's happening in December. Not just a weekend trip a whole week. Yes. And I'm so excited like actually. Yeah. It's like Friday to the following Sunday. Like ten days full on Disney. Vaca- cannot wait. We haven't on that in years. No. Since before we move down. On there. So like, I don't know. I think it was probably our graduation trip in two thousand eight like, I hope no one thinks that's really Brady like I only got to do weekend trip because I'm so thankful that I go. But it does make you miss like you have lack zoos which on the do. And like you can't enjoy every aspect of the park. Like, I I am planning in a day where we just go and like resort hop, and we're just gonna like chill at the resorts. And enjoy the atmosphere of the resorts. Monorail hop. Get some drinks maybe do afternoon tea at the grand Floridian. I don't know. We haven't decided yet. But this girl, I'm just going along whatever she says, we're doing this thing. Okay. Oh, no. It's time to break out. The excel spreadsheet knows dining pick where we want to eat. Have it all laid out? I'm going to be up at six AM booking. Our you know, food DC Y, married. Her guys DC. Playing. I'll be doing those early too. I love planning does. He I know. And I love that. You love it because it's really easy for me. And you enjoy it. I'm just glad that I finally get the plan one for me. Instead of like all the people that I know that go and ask me to plan it for them. Now. I finally get to do it for me excited for u n me because I'm going and my mama. But yeah, okay. That was exciting news. So if you'd like to share your Disney memory and make us go off on another tangent and be super stoked about stuff. He.
Britain's Hunt in Iran to discuss nuclear deal, Yemen, detainees
"Jeremy hunt the British Foreign Secretary arrived in Iran yesterday. It's the first time he's been there. And it also marks the first visit by a western foreign ministers since the US withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal in may Washington reimposed sanctions on Tehran less than a fortnight ago. Well, joining me now is son. I'm vaca lose an associate fellow Middle East and North Africa pergram Chessen house to have a look at this story fan. I'm one of the primary reasons for this. Visit is an attempt to sell the nuclear deal. The US may have pulled out, but the other signatories Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China still trying to make it work. Have we had any feedback from the meeting on not aspects of the compensation yet? No, not quite in feedback. But we do know that Jeremy hunt has taken a number of messages to Iran, and the plan is to reassure the Iranians that every effort is being made to provide political defense of the nuclear agreement as well as to guarantee the economic incentives will come to fruition. And there's been a bit of the problem around the creation of what is known as special purpose vehicle a mechanism that would allow for banking transfers to continue. So that has been held up because of negotiations as to who is going to house this this mechanism to allow for financial transactions to continue with Iran, but Britain and the three and the European Union remain very committed to agreement is it sitting up conflicts between the US and the fire. Remaining signatures. I mean could Washington extent punitive measures to include them. Yes, they could. And of course, the threat of further sanctions both on individuals and on entities is a part of the problem. However, I'm of the mindset that Washington is already looking for ways to re engage with the European Union. And specifically with the three partners, Germany, France and the United Kingdom because it's unilateral approach visibly. Iran is not necessarily going to result in tangible outcomes or negotiations and Washington is going to start looking to the three two may be a carry the water in in this standoff at and begin to see if they can come to the negotiating table. Now. The war in Yemen is on the agenda two according to the foreign office, which says hunt will urge. Urge the Iranian government to halt the supplies to who 'this and give its full backing to the coming peace talks in Stockholm. What more can you tell us on this? Well, this is really important, and there's been some momentum on ending the Yemen war also in the aftermath of the brutal killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. And Jeremy hunt was also in Saudi Arabia just a few days ago. And so he carried this message and this urgency to end the war, and this momentum is actually becoming quite global. The United States is calling to end the war. Other European countries are also doing so so putting significant pressure on both Saudi Arabia and Iran to come to the negotiating table and to bring the who seems to the negotiating table on. The Iranian side is is really important right now and everyone wants to make this happen by the end of the year. I mean Iran has in fairness denied arming the who season the seemed to be some double stunned that's going on here, which the. Iranians have picked up on namely that the west including the UK so weapons to the Saudi led coalition, which obviously has been bombing Yemen for the last three years as we know horrific figures fifteen thousand people dead another fifty thousand dying from firm and caused by the conflict Iran's going, well, you kind of culpable to the UK. Yes, indeed. And Iran has always been very depth at exposing new sort of contradictory and hypocritical attitudes. But itself is also it Ron also taking advantage of the situation, and is providing much more than moral and political support to the who is maybe not directly, but it's training and equipping the who thieves and the relationship that maybe wasn't as strong in twenty fifteen when the conflict broke out in the war began has developed into much more much more mutually beneficial relationships. So we can't take the Iranians at their word also as