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Voice Assistants, Mental Health, and Pandemics with Roger Kibbe

Alexa in Canada

04:42 min | 10 months ago

Voice Assistants, Mental Health, and Pandemics with Roger Kibbe

"Great. Well thanks Terry. I really liked to think about this is I think. A Better Title from my talk would have been using voices since to help. Maintain our mental and physical health and these very very challenging times whom I really briefly I carry mentioned a developer Vangelis for Vive labs division. Samsung behind bixby on my twitter. Handle is at Roger Kibi. I just personally two daughters. I live and was raised in the San Francisco area. Uc Berkeley graduate actually have a degree in psychology by work intact so handsome my interest in mental health goes back to what my degree is back in school although I work day-to-day document bixby. This is all about. I'm GonNa talk a lot about Alexa. I'm GonNa talk about Google Assistant I'm GonNa talk about bixby. This is for the world of voice assistance this presentation. So what's happening? So two major things Rawal aware the traumatic event of coronavirus cove nineteen And Its impacts upon the world. In order to mitigate this in a flat in the curve for all asked to be social distancing really that's leading to social isolation for us so two major things are happening from a mental health perspective when you think of when a traumatic event there several issues that arrive People get stressed health issues arise. There's a feeling helplessness. Feeling OF PANIC SUBSTANCE ABUSE ARISE ARISES POST. Traumatic Stress Syndrome is a problem and in social isolation. Has its own mental health issues as well loneliness. Depression health issues anxiety substance abuse. So scientific term non kidding the layman term really have a kind of a double whammy from a mental health perspective going on. We're this horrible disease. Rampaging globally and the you know. The way to mitigate is is obviously isolate ourselves but in isolating ourselves. We also increase some of the challenges from a mental health perspective. And I just have a bunch of headlines from major news outlets there that you know this is not unknown. People are starting to talk about this and be concerned around this so the question I wanted to God answer is how can you use your voice assistant that you have in your home? Run your phone today to help with us and I have a bunch of areas by think voices could really help with some of these mental health challenges that are arising because up cove in nineteen and because the social isolation a raw feeling but first of all maintaining connection. I really liked what Terry said. what was it? Social were physically distancing. It's socially connecting. I thought that was fabulous in a great way to doing it and so I think about how can we socially connect well all voice assistance? Allow you to make phone calls and why that's important to give voice assistant. You're smart speaker is a far far better conference. Call tool in your phone. For instance signed encourage people is that but even more exciting and interesting to me is using video calling so I've been on a bunch of the zoom based virtual happy hours and it seems my life sits on zoom Mostar workweek on now. But you know I'm not GONNA ask my mother-in-law to learn how to use zoom on the other hand is she had a google device with the screen. It'd be a simple saying Alexa. Call my mother-in-law's name and then we could chat and it could be a video conference and we can all share that likewise google has the same way. Hey Google video call you have to set up do out there but I encourage people. I think it's a great way to stay. Connected is via these video calls or video conferencing. I think the very best and easiest way to do that in a non professional setting is quite frankly our voice assistance with streets because they have built-in and they made it so so very very easy to stay connected and that so critically important and we can't go out and interact the way we normally do with people on a day-to-day basis off stay connected stay connected with friends and loved ones music video calls to do that.

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The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters

Morning Edition

03:00 min | 11 months ago

The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters

"This next story features some of the most powerful moments of the conversations that team had in those words Steve Inskeep and Sarah McCammon found a deep divide this division is not quite the same as the red and blue partisan divide it's different from the gaps between races our incomes our generations the truth is it's bigger than all those divisions and it embraces all of them it's the divide between the city and the surrounding countryside in metro Charlotte we met urban and rural voters on the same day now we've heard their differing views on this program in past days today we hear what some think of each other I visited a predominantly black church in Charlotte it was within sight of the big skyscrapers downtown and there I met with local activists and I told them that you Steve had been talking with mostly white suburban and rural voters many of whom support president trump what do you think of I guess our neighbours and away who voted so differently from I K. said in church that's willing Fleming he's sixty three African American a long time activist in Charlotte I think anybody to anybody it did both the trump has to have the same school of thought a trump passed and as racism that I just don't believe in it I don't Sadam Vangelis preacher can stand up and have to give trump player than he does what he's talking about there is the way many white evangelical leaders have supported the president even after he admitted to paying off a porn star even through his impeachment we had this long conversation about politics in the state of the country and Karan mac because the local NWC P. president told me she feels like many white people just don't see their own racism what I've learned is this that black people do not seem to have the same level of work in this country our lives don't have worked in this country and it's been that way since the beginning of time to sixteen nineteen let's put it that way she's referring there to the years slavery started in the United States other voters described rural trump supporters as low information voters who don't understand how they rely on government programs like social security or farm subsidies Collette all sin is president of the African American caucus for the county Democratic Party I am going to say that a lot of people are just aren't educated they don't understand the system and the process and at the end of the day once that's understood I don't think that would have been a lot of people that would have voted for him but a lot of people are voting on a motion and fear and whatever so these voters feel marginalized by some of their white suburban and rural neighbors in the Charlotte area and they also feel like some of those neighbors just aren't seeing the big picture Schering your voters were not wrong there to talk about people voting on fear because some people do fear cities at the same day that you were in central Charlotte I was the far edge of the metro and went to a cafe in the small town called kings mountain and had breakfast in the corner with Tracy Stewart his mom Linda Stewart

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"vangelis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"vangelis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I do believe that that it is our responsibility we are that we are liberty Vangelis in you should be the first and foremost you should be a better witness than your government so I could talk about this for forever but I have very strong opinions on this and I'm just I I'm I I don't like seeing people try and and I'm not I think that that some people are unaware of that that's ultimately what it entails but IT outsourcing what you should be doing as a representative of the kingdom you're out sourcing the stewardship that has been assigned to you so we got a lot of other stuff to get into including coming up if you sell you comes on the FISA warrant and rand Paul weighs in and the trump derangement syndrome at school we've got all of that and more coming up patron mobile is my cell phone service I just realize like my site my two thermos this from them I actually have to clean because I use them two days in a row said about that we work with them for for a long time and they offer a great phone service it's always really easy so I just so for Christmas I got myself an early Christmas present actually my early Christmas present was getting a new place getting a new water heater and then we're like maybe we should actually get ourselves something nice because that's all we're getting for Christmas so we got I got the new phone right and it is that's always kind of like the the most annoying thing in the world when you get a new phone you have to switch your service everything over patron mobile makes it so easy and honestly I think I was on hold for a second and I'm and I don't want to call and I'm not like a hundred lash and our work with you so you should give me better service than anyone I don't really even tell them who I am and they realize it at the last second they're always just so great working with people I have the Cadillac plan and I pay less than what I did with my big mobile provider here's the thing my money's not going towards an entity that throws money at Planned Parenthood and gun.

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"vangelis" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"vangelis" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Hey, that's me senior writer than Pearson, and it what's going on Ed writer, Chris Vangelis STA. Folks, we have a whole boat here today because we have a bunch of news to get to. We haven't had a news episode since last week. Let's start first with fast and furious longtime producer Neal Moritz has been kicked out of the franchise. Brad. What's going on here? Yes. New Morris has been fashioned furious for ever he's been a key part of every single movie working closely with Chris Morgan franchise writer, and he's just he's just been involved every step of the way. But apparently behind the scenes he is quite difficult to work with and universal has gotten sick of having to battle him. In in court with various lawsuits a lot of business dealings and things like that that he makes into a bigger promptly needs to be. And so the last dry guess was with Hobson Shaw. Recently, there's been some problems with behind the scenes as far as like what how Neil Morris wants to be compensated in what he's supposed to be given including a deal that is includes a two million dollar fee and first dollar gross, which means a percentage of the gross box office revenue from the film's first day of release. Apparently this happened after there was a proposal to have the key players in the fast and furious franchise do a profit sharing pool instead of initial first dollar gross where they would still get a share of the box office. But not until it reached a certain point. So that way the studio could re to their costs earlier in the box office run and people like Dwayne Johnson were on board participate. But apparently Neil. More. It's didn't want to made the process difficult. And so this force them to push them out from working on Hobson Shah anymore. And they are also going to figure out a deal to pay him to no longer be involved in any of the fast and furious movie from here on out Penn. I know you're a big fan of the fast and furious franchise, I feel like producer Neil Moricz..

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"vangelis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now Americans love the concept of train travel. Many of us yet our national train system pales in comparison to trains in other countries, but they're still routes that fascinate riders and over longer holidays as some of joy in late December, the train may be a very very attractive option. My guests knows a lot about it as our guest usually do and we present a topic. Her name is Lydia Irvine. She's the PR manager for Amtrak via welcome the show. Nice to have you here. Thank you. Nice to be here. All right. Some of the great routes. What are what are your three favorite routes in America who briefly, but let's talk about, you know, the zephyr, you tell me, so my absolute favorite is coast. Starlight? I'm a little biased because I'm on the west coast and mostly because you see a lot of the coast along the way if you get your wake yourself up early in the morning till you can see the sunrise over the water. So it's absolutely beautiful. From where to wear. Vangelis to Seattle. Right. And is that an overnight trip? It is. Okay. And what's your second favorite? I'm calling to California's efforts. I think you just said I'm not one runs from Oakland all the way to Chicago some pretty long track, and there's some pretty scenic America along the way, isn't there? Exactly. Yeah. So it runs through Nevada than Utah. Then colorado. You finish off in Chicago. So you get quite a few states. And I think it's fun to is on our trains. You know, you see a lot of things and a lot of perspectives that you don't really see you're not surrounded by highway here, very close up and personal forgive my own words, but how difficult is it to hop off in a place and then hop back on a day or two later. So you can do it a day or two later for any of our long distance trips. They only went once a day in each direction. So you can do it day up. But you can certainly do it the next day. Very, okay. Is there an extra costs for that? It's so tickets are based off distance. So it'd be about the same question anyway, but we wouldn't need separate tickets. So we can account for the of people on our trains, can you give me an idea I've talking with Olivia Irvine the PR manager.

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"vangelis" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"That's what it boils down to. So there's the flam train anti-inflammatory versions of foods of food quality hugely to are you using crutches right of using exaggerates Tetons supplements before you're really learning the ropes because this is really about understanding your body knowing what makes you feel your best. So if you're missing that part, you're you're just dieting. You know, you're just fat dieting. So if you're not really learning how you feel about something you're not probably going to be very successful with us because you do need the tune in with how you feel because when you feel what you feel in ketosis is a little different than when you're on carbs. And then the last thing as and sometimes I'll have people you not only kind of frantically. I don't have as a poker saying you have to know when to win to go when to hold them at bay. Basically, you got know when you need to alter it. So people are really bound by rule sometimes, and that's not always a good thing because you can flex this a little bit, right? So if you are feeling shaky not great, if you don't really know the signs and symptoms to look for then you aren't going to be prepared. So for example, Tito's this one on one you must drink lots of water with electrolyte, if you do not you will probably have this this bad side effect called Kito flu, you literally just feel like crap and you feel like you have the flu. So if you're not doing in the really the fixed that take electrolytes, right? And what's a simple electrolyte mineral salt in water. Right. And I mean, they have electrolyte supplements. But mineral water, maybe some lemon in water. Those are fine electrolyte. You don't have that. That's not a good thing. So if you're feeling like crap you need to do something about it. And another thing, you know, if your body says, I need to eat something think give it. I'm avocado like eat a handful on that. Right. Like, you you need to just listen to your body. And that's kind of a big thing because people get really wrapped into rules. And I need to know that there's a little bit of flexibility. So I'd say those are some of the biggest the biggest problems is diet quality. You know, relying on not really listening to your body, basically is going Kito something that's a long term choice or do you advocate for it to be a short term strategy can people flex back and forth. Walk me through how you do that in your practice. So this can get a little bit opinionated because you'll find a lot of people out there that are very much Tudo Vangelis, right and say, this is the only way, and this is this is the best way. And this is all you know, and that might work for some people because maybe their genetic sir lined up or just really works for their lifestyle. I'm more of a a proponent of using things as strategies, and so what's the what's the downfall to maybe doing anything for a long long long time. It's pot. Possible that someone can kind of plateau out, right? So when we do something for too long. You know, we we see it. Let's just have make this a totally different misuse a totally opposite example like look at -biotics, right? You get rid your body gets resistant to something we have influen- resistance. Our body can get used to something and plateau. We phase our diet or change it up a little bit and use this as a strategy in the big picture of things. I think your body can be more metabolic with buckles. I'm a proponent for that. So let's go back through timeframe. So how how would you do this some methods? Really, this is just different school of that. And I would really highly anchors people once they figure this out to really play around with it. So some of the things that we've I've seen or we've used in the program that I work with and in practice is using fasting or kind of basically getting taking a week or two to get into Kito strikes. This isn't like tomorrow, you don't really start today. And you're not any system out your body to blow through the reserved glucose store. Doors that are that are hanging out. It's gotta blow through those extra protein hanging out from Grupo, Neo Genesis..

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"vangelis" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"I have to pick and choose what the what to present and so for for this up sewed, it's kind of just the highlights at the same time. I also wouldn't call subtle because for me, it was continuously a very intense period of reflection time, and it was something else. If not God, what did you believe in? So I was basically a naturalistic hedonist and then a naturalistic newest that attempted to hold onto hedonism, but it didn't work out very well from the actually in the last part of that, I was a naturalistic Neil list who pretended to be hedonist, but it wasn't really satisfying. Hedonism works very well with the A-List, and that's how you get the positive aspect of Neelam. But really I couldn't buy into just wasn't for me. So. That's pretty much this episode. If you're on Instagram, you got to ask me questions. I hope this testimony. Blesses you and encourage you someway. One thing I wanted to point out especially was that the Vangelis at the bus stop stuck with me. You may not always see the fruit of your labor in preaching the gospel, but it has an impact won't point or another. I remember that lady. I remember the way she looked like I remember that line. I remember that time. I remember what I thought, how I felt. I remember that bus stop. I remember exactly where that bus stop is, and I'll never forget that whenever you are sharing the gospel, someone sometimes you're just planning a seed. And I think most times we wanna be the one. Oh, yeah, you got converted you, you baptize person. You want to be that person. I was extremely blessed about size, my friend, Josh. I don't think that happens very often. I think a lot of times we preach the gospel, we plan to seed, but I want you to know that whenever you're planning a seed, it does stick with that lady set to me whenever she preached the gospel to me stuff. Look, I don't remember everything I remembered enough that affected me drastically when it came time for God to call me. So I hope that encourages you as well..

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"vangelis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sleep. Days ten to eleven AM and two to three pm on NewsRadio KLBJ Markelle Melinda. Piler is in south Boston. How are you this afternoon Tyler, hey, Margaret, Melinda? How you doing first off? I went I just moved here from southern California bought Vangelis brand new to an out. I do drive around. I guess the how great the city is all I can think about his how amazing the city would prosper if we'd with legal here. I noticed the homeless situation here we that would cut it out right there. I mean, it it would be amazing Bank for the city. And I I'm from east Texas Tyler real quick. How did you find our station? You know, what I get sick of new driving so much all the time. I just happen to be a given heard. Rush Limbaugh Allah's like, well, you know, take a listen, you got the right neck and thank God. I listened helped me throughout the day. And I love you begged dole might fiercely. I love with all the time. Keep it up. Now, we days ten to eleven AM and two to three pm on NewsRadio KLBJ. Over team. You had better be prepared to be robbed and shocked for Rush Limbaugh. Damn right. I'm tracking that down the investigator. Infuriate you rush. I have been on your side singularly focused unfair rubbing all of this. Now, weekdays eleven to two because you have no idea. What's coming? Wait till you hear this on NewsRadio KLBJ. When things go from stuckey intriguing.

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Bruce Dern Replaces Burt Reynolds in Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

/Film Daily

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Bruce Dern Replaces Burt Reynolds in Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

"Why turn buoy all rerun in Chris Vangelis STA Hello? Okay, guys, everybody's watching this the Senate hearing, are you guys watching that today in the background? I would. No. I can't take. I'm seeing live tweets on it, and that's bad enough. Everything is bad right now. I'd like it to stop being bid. Yeah, I'm already seeing it through Twitter. I'm kind of wedding watching it on TV myself just makes me depressed and reminds me of my days working at a political magazine. So that was not fun. You worked at a right leaning political. Yeah. I've also just thinking through Twitter and I even that is more than enough. So you know what? Let's get into some happy film news instead concentrate by the way. I, I'm not sure if you guys saw this, but Tom Hanks they released a photo of Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers for the upcoming movie. We have that up on the

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"vangelis" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"A surge in maintenance challenges leaving fewer available for training and combat environments according to a new report the government accountability office said the Sikorsky made h h sixty g Pave Hawk the services primary search and rescue. Platform has seen, an, increased maintenance rate because the air force is flying the helicopter well beyond its intended service life the report said quote the material condition of the air force's h h sixty g fleet has declined and maintenance challenges have increased in part due. To extensions beyond the initially designed service life of the helicopters as a result about sixty eight percent of, the ninety six helicopter fleet were. Mission capable as of fiscal year two thousand. Seventeen below the air force desired. Mission capable rate of seventy five percent The nineteen eighties era h h sixty g was intended to fly roughly six thousand hours over its lifetime the available helicopters across the fleet currently average about seven thousand one. Hundred flight hours, according, to the report according to the GAO the elements that fail the most often are airframes the main structure of the aircraft and flight controls I certainly hope we have a contract to produce a new upgraded combat search and rescue helicopter we. Absolutely oh it to our great crew members to come and rescue if they go down the rescue teams, to put them into dependable aircraft And that's the news this is Colonel Denny Gillam coming up on frontlines of freedom all share. Comments by the Colonel they will enjoy some warrant was then we'll talk. Helping troops with the Vangelis Dave river at east groups take.

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"vangelis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Eight, zero, forty-seven, oath Twenty-three coming, up in fifteen minutes off indicating the Vangelis we'll be talking about her experiences, with Omarosa right now A. Tough couple of weeks for Ben jealous you get the The RG a ads which are just, peppering him he's got the news, Audi trails by sixteen points, nine, points in his own. Bowl sixteen Gonzalez poll to governor HOGAN and then comes this. He gets members of his own party throwing shade at him I don't know. Whether he just misspoke or he just doesn't know the difference, but apparently Ben jealous thinks there's a supreme. Court in Maryland And this is according to the daily record democratic gubernatorial candidate. Ben jealous drew fire from leading state Senator rezoned, party this week with his call, from Rhode Islanders to vote, for, him less the state's. Top court be dominated by Republican point he's like the US. Supreme court Senator bobby's Sirkin so there is a blatant attempt to nationalized the. Judicial appointments issue I think it's a responsible thing to do Circuits criticism comes in response to. A tweet Monday for the jealous campaign stating that given what's happening at Skoda's we cannot afford to let the GOP pick. Our judges to Sirkin said the jealous campaign. Should cut this. Out right now it's not appropriate it is absolutely a false narrative Sirkin has praised incumbent Republican governor Larry Hogan's to appointees to. The court of appeals judges Michelle Houghton and Joseph. Getty who both had broad bipartisan, support Zirkin said. The Maryland judiciary has remained non-political the way it should be jealous. To make this as an issue is irresponsible Wow that's a member of his own party I mean that's one thing to call jealous up say hey Ben You, know this is ridiculous knock it off. But he, he may issued a written statement rebuking, his, gubernatorial, nominee Well what do you make of that I mean that's just, a basic, how about the you know we're, we're expecting a rigorous defense. Yesterday by Paul manafort's battery of attorneys nine thirty, one court convened the defense rested not a single. Witness call didn't, think Manafort was ever gonna take the stand but not a, single witness call in his defense I think basically based on the, the evidence that, was submitted in the case the defense. Believes, that it, won't hold up. And that's what, they're but it's very very risky to do something like that yeah Unless our, law already looking ahead of the Piel or perhaps the pardon or, both I want, to get back to what I said. Earlier My understanding was is that these taping of Rochas tapings of John. Kelly's firing her and the highly secured Sicher situation room Might. Very well be whatever she recorded could be classified by the president well now I. Looked it up ABC chief. Legal analyst Dan Abrahams predicts that. That could involve, retroactively classifying many or all conversations with her regardless of the subject matter he said he personally didn't see Solve anything that was explicitly explicitly illegal. But with the prospect of the future release a potentially damaging tapings loop looming Abram. Suggested that the president and. The White House and in general Could avail themselves of classifying all that, she has taped so that would only apply, to stuff that has not been released yet because the stuff that's already out there is out there It's it's up to the person in charge of the skiff, they can approve whether. To bring a recording device in Or not The president could classify anything What good it does the classify. Something, that's already been published well Yeah and it's, out there but as as Abram says many. If not all conversation so we will say it could be? Interesting so he eight wanna tell you about the plan for consulate. My good friend drew, Tig Manelli, and his. Team of. Financial planners they're certified financial planners their professionals they're educated they're credentialed they're knowledgeable and they work as a fiduciary for. You and only you meeting in your best interest at all time then, I work, in because the referral fees or commissions are they getting you know favors done for him, by somebody else for some fund or mutual, fund a retirement, fund whatever they basically look at your financial situation your financial portfolio, and they will make recommendations in your best interest, at all, times, and really is the way every. Firm she worked but not unfortunately that's not. The case these days so call them schedule your financial, physical, today, tell them. That I referred you don't forget the program money riches and wealth you can hear it tonight at six with. Andrew and the rest of the staff? Hi actually hitting ninety, one overnight a clear sky the low of sixty nine. Another high tomorrow, some sunshine a high of ninety two poaching cold. Front is going to bring some showers and thunderstorms later in the day on Friday with hind the low..

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"vangelis" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"People's homes. I love like beep, beep, and you'll go into their house and you'll you'll facility this around the country, and you'll just for a year of your life. Just kind of be living in this bus. It'll be like a nice one. You know, like with the bathrooms, you'll you and Kip in like your dog and maybe your children. You'll be right around the breathing bus, and you'll be going to all the different states and you'll be like this Vangelis. I love that on your. We want. He wants son commission, percent equity in pause. I'm going to be on the bus with you guys. I mean, Kip already loves you and you love him. So he'd be like, why Angie not involved in this. I forgetting love it. Wow, I love it. So where can women connect with you get ready for this? The to be brave obviously. But when they find more information on this maybe resources or YouTube videos or things that they can start implementing a little bit, and then should we close it out with walking them through real quick again how to do it. Yeah, let's do all of that. So so if you wanna learn more about like this science behind it on a lot of people are interested in that side of things. Just recent research holid- tropic breathing. Hello. Trump's tropic breathing like that's like the Medalla d that's like the style in which we're doing. I'll be once. Pas is launched. So that's the company. It's called paws breath RIC. It's not yet launched, but once it is, I'll be talking about it on the social means. So just follow my Instagram, and I'll tell you all the things. Are you going into sharing with them? Are you being to sharing with them how you came up. With this idea because a lot of female entrepreneurs are listening to their wondering where we get these ideas to to start the business or make the next rate decision. And I remember the voice knows that you send me about this and I think it's informative for them home. I got, I'd love to John, but let's do it. Okay. Because it sounded like this Hayes, those driving in my car. I just looked yoga and God bless spirit totally just told me to start this company called pause and like, oh, like that makes sense. Well, here's the thing. Here's the thing. So I had an eating disorder from eighteen to twenty three. Then I healed myself from that and created a company from that which is hungry for happiness, which is fucking awesome. I love it so much is doing amazing things and we're helping hundreds of people all the time, and that's so great. And that version of me is evolving and expanding. And so I was pigeon holing myself in the food and body conversation. When there's so much more and it's not about I'm never doing embody we're still very much doing our certification program. That's still very much a part of what we do, but I needed to let go of like this serving directly, you know, like I, I was like, I can't talk about this anymore and there is a heaviness and so I was in LA and I was out of mastermind with one of my coaches, and he looked at me start in the eye and he's like, you need to do the next thing now. And I was like another time I did. I had no idea. And so I left Venice, I got in my car. I was driving down from driving on the five from Venice to ends anita's where I live. It was there was a full moon and I just started bawling my eyes out because he triggered me so hard, and I always know there's true three. It was the drinker. So he triggered me and I was like, okay, what's true about that? What's true about that was true about that. And I was like universe. What is my next thing. What is my next thing? And I got a very clear message. It was like, you need to teach the world to breathe when I was like. Whoa. All right. Okay. And literally, as soon as that dropped in the require works, there was I was driving down to five, and there was fireworks every half an hour I called kipton. I was like, peop-, there's some sort of like like American event that I don't know though. 'cause I'm Canadian..

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"vangelis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Seventeen seventy six is our phone number and when it comes to aunt man and the wasp of for the once you have a marvel comic book where you have two different names one male one female because the wasp is female play by vangelis slowly as i mentioned so does this mean that we have made profound gender progress well people who believe that we are making profound gender progress will have to cope with a gallup poll that actually has what i thought would be a surprising result i would have thought that today with all of the emphasis on hashtag need to all the negative really deeply negative publicity about the way men can misbehave and particularly male way that if you were asked a question very simple question the question is suppose you could only have one child would you prefer a boy or a girl i would have thought that the majority of americans would today at this moment pick girl and it may be because i'm so over the loan about our baby granddaughter and yes we just tweeted out the most adorable picture of her it's at our twitter account and medved show on twitter and it's a picture of her dressed up for the fourth of july and of course you you can't see that nothing that everybody in the world would prefer girl but it turns out that as the gallup headline says preferences for having boy children persist in us and since they began asking this question and they began in nineteen forty one asking this question girls have never won people always prefer having a boy if that's you you're one of those people who would say no absolutely i prefer having a boy tell me why.

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"vangelis" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Okay that's still was working because i was following the los angeles rams the new york giants vangelis rams the miami dolphins process i was following buddy boy so tell me anything about it i wasn't working lonzo ball balling out i was watching okay i've seen villanova i watched that again i've seen that i got a chance to peek kansas and see what they could do try watch be watching sports okay all been it a split it might all been at a sports bar and a couple martinis at least i was watching all right all right i'm impressed i am impressed question for you sir we have a major league baseball season opening tomorrow clinton kershaw's taken amount mound on our behalf he's thirty would you kobe kershaw would you met him walk toby kershaw's i'm assuming you're thinking he's getting old and breaking down and he just giving him another ninety million dollars or something like that way more ninety man it would be way more than ninety million dollars if you're talking about that type of extension you say kobe so right i told you this is my show andy i you know something said about giving giving your own players that have done so much the organization to walk away on their own to not give up on them just because they hit a certain age number i mean you've seen it a lot in sports where guy gets to the end any has one or two maybe two years left in a team let's go and he goes somewhere else and he does great for those two years i don't think kershaw there yet it just depends on the length of the contract that he's seeking if there's a team that is willing to give him a you know seven year deal out there then you may have to allow their team to bite that bullet the last three years of the deal i would be willing maybe to go to four to five and no more that if there's somebody out there willing to give him more years of guaranteed money then he may have to opt for that if that's what he's seeking that's the way i look at it.

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"vangelis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on WWL

"All possible with either mom or dad or preferably both we're gonna go to vangelis in right now vangelis and thank you for phoning in so do do you do you like this program house arrest or jail i think it's a good idea because if the parent was doing something illegal or if they were doing something illegal to try to provide for kids or you know then they were having option a better option feel like they have to do those crimes so the program that they're offering where they have to do some type of class or do some type of training you know wow they're at home i think it's a great idea and the kids would be able to be with their parents you know and to see their parents and that be with strange people in a strange place you know is the other option to me the most important thing does not disrupt the children's routine if if they go to school but they still go to school they still come home and mom's at home and again what the point and i've got to make over and over again to clarify things is there's a judge who's gonna look this case over talk to the person see exactly where this person is heading in it's not gonna be automatic the judge will make a decision on that they would have to be on a qualifying basis as somebody to see that that has the potential to do better so that sounds really great you know and people who have done really bad things and they've been given five or six chances of you know let go multiple chances and then they still do wrong you know even after that they're not but i think would not be you know qualified i appreciate the phone call all right okay we have some numbers open now listen y'all been getting a ton of texting on those la lot of text messages on this subject i really would prefer to talk to you a gives us a chance to have some conversation so give me a call at two six zero one eight seventy two.

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"vangelis" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Big time but it's got the right win inadequate well you know i i know many many great salespeople a million dollar out table all these kind of people and they are liked at the day it'll when you sell insurance it's because you're you want to evangelize other people's peace of mind ripe or if you're financial planner it's about other people's peace in mock don't get me wrong you also making come for yourself but i think that's the high road and i think that that is really the path to success and it's kind of a double bottom line it's not just financial suspense it's also you can sleep at night knowing that you made people more creative were productive as opposed to eu major quota so i i think that's the way it i also think what's required in this perspective is you have to believe that life is not a zerosum game you have to believe that the rising tide floats all boats in so other people's success doesn't detract from your success is not a limited pie it's a infant at pie in everybody can he by uh but there are a lot of people who don't go through life like at they think you know huey to pi i eat less that's why i happy faster and more than you and at that's just raw i love it we need a pie sponsor that and use that clip i'm gonna ask you about that because yeah i know i mean you are touted as as this this chief of vangelis for general that then obviously people want to apply to their products and you mentioned can and so just as a case study in all the people year approached by you have i don't know how recent it was but you're an evangelist for mercedes why why why you drive one.

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"vangelis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Feet of god like never before and even do an analysis of our members of al churches that come to church on sunday and a cold by god to to to be vangelis to to be able to be equipped and sent with a boat and nets under the church the church it's old jesus well actually share our faith in what we believe in how god has changed my life because we all have a story now before isn't that i just wanna say answer their tons of people listening to this program maybe they are not christians are they're they're not they're not familiar with you and your story your your story alone is so amazing i mean t to have no hands and no feet into yet be tremendously positive full of life and hope the way you are you can't fake it i mean he can't fake these things it tell us a little bit about your story before we leap into the uh uh it to the subject that you just mentioned what positive tv should be a coping mechanisms positive tvs your coping mechanisms when you haven't found hope positively of fruit after you found hope and no matter what you have what you don't have um we know that the broken us of the heart and soul is really what needs healing for me when i was in school everyone had arms and legs but made no medical reason why i never thought i'd be happy have a purpose filled and fulfilling life uh i never knew that god would allow me to to have the blessings of of uh having a beautiful wife sixty is married today uh full beautiful children uh all under the age of five uh we uh so so blessed and i never thought especially the gulf could ever use a man without arms and legs to bees hands and feet because of a the bullying at school i attempted suicide that h 10 came out of depression by around aged twelve or thirteen gave my life to jesus at fifteen when people as jesus why was he bone that way the blind manning john nine and jesus said was done said the works of god would go through.

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"vangelis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Chris plante all those dr martin luther king junior day while one of the most captivating speakers of all time one of the one of the most iconic i mean just amazing visionaries of his time ussama almost this year will be fifty years since martin luther king junior was assassinated joining us now is a vangelis dow vita king dr lv decaying he's the director of civil rights were the unborn for priests for life and niece of the river martin luther king junior and always great to have you back dr king and na pastor daryll scott the reverend jesse lee peterson welcome all of you on the uh dr martin luther king day uh dr king uh this is your uncle you love tim how old were you when he was assassinated hello makban been thank you for having me back on you your coalition i was 17 years old i got married the next few years and i had marched and going to jail in louisville kentucky with open housing movement have been trained slowly enlist nonvalid training this required for the civil rights movement of that era and uh i miss my uncle very much i heard many of his speeches and his garments and i really embrace his sermons more even than its peak as some of his speeches were even thurman to if you consider that well all i mean imply but i mean um i mean you see this does powerful i don't think anybody could command an audience like he could i mean that career for the fuller to home where it is a bernie feast in atlanta the day hannah ended similar vang's and so very captivating but full of the word of god and so it comes from god will you minister or the whale in the word of god it captivate people so we are family has like gifts of preaching some people say that because we acquired irish and if you could kiss the blarney stone been you become a good speaker i don't know about all of that but i is now the holy gulf they have a lot to do with what he what he had scott i know you're an amazing preacher i don't think anybody can touch how great this man was he was on an absolute cultural phenomenon.

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"vangelis" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"Problem but not at the expense of our ability to communicate freely alarm charles alpha you've been looking into this issue for awhile do you think that tech firms will work with governments more going forward are seen home secretaries come and go on both sides of the atlantic token to tech firms about trying to get better access to social media and content and so on and the tech firm sent prevail among secretaries attentive not prevail encryption is more and more easy to build into these systems especially the end to end encryption as they cold so that the the tech companies never actually see the unencrypted content of the message and it's only when it reaches the end points the the central receiver that is actually visible i don't think that they're going to roll look back because simply too easy for them to eight to build in it's too is if some billion new up to build in and if the big companies were to roll back and if that was some help seved has given you less benefits then people it'll move two the other upswing dated and say whether a chemical telegram was one of the attendance at the serb meeting silicon valley but that for example is the primary those used by isis because it's great for them to communicate the half sort of forms and selfdestruct messages in it it's a very capable in i respect but if if telegrammed was to vangelis face of the earth from the move to another at which we shall for the sentence of things and bath reality and what do you think about emirates claims that ordinary people don't care about encryption to some people that sounds like nonsense but i think it's actually entirely true most people i think couldn't tell you whether.

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"vangelis" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"vangelis" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"All right i wanna talk a little bit more about passion because you have touched on that in its in the subtitled the book friction passion brands in the age of disruption in what i want you to speak to jeff is i believe there's a felt de beer than we've got people listening and they're gone okay i certainly want to have a brand that is described as a passion brand i want our customers to be vangelis we all want that but for the business leader who is honest enough to say i don't think were there we haven't done that right i believe jeff they've got some customers maybe now what that are passionate so for the organisation the leader of a business where they know they're not a passion brand they've gotta have a couple of customers at the very least that are passionate so here's the question with that being the setup what are they do with the people who are passionate to begin to mine from them what is working and then reproduced that with other customers who've yet to reach that point so look were in the relationship has mass right if you're entrepreneur you're in the relationship business near trying to build a relationship with your prospects and your china build a relationship with your customers and the key to success with any relationship is listening skills and i think the number one thing is ask these people ask them why they are passionate about the brand ask them if they can help in any way if you've got very few customers pick up the phone meet them in person if you've gotta lot use your digital connections but the other thing is how you create morgan is i think the critical factor and what we believe is it's a value occasion and people love home your stasis which is balance in their life.

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