17 Burst results for "Work Hall"
"work hall" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"And I think doesn't it also impact what is considered to be the workday you know traditionally it's either nine to five or eight to four whatever that eight hour period usually is. If you have more work from home that eight that eat hours that you'd be working could very well be more piecemeal like I'm going to do a couple of hours in the morning then I'm GonNa come back around lunchtime. Put a couple more hours in and then do a couple more in the evening. A lot of people would like to have that. I don't know how that floats with a lot of companies these days. I think that that's one of the real challenges. Right if you're cleared at your metrics if you're clear about being results oriented versus facetime oriented then. I think you don't worry as much about that but one of the things. That's really critical. When you think about you know the schedule that people have the chief from my perspective from their managers should care about is. Does the person need to coordinate with other people if they're on a team and they need to coordinate with other people to get their work done. It's really really important to have that person available at a window which is also acceptable to other people on the team right. You have to have dared time as long as a manager. I recommend is that you make sure that employees rupture shared time if they are on the team. related output that. They need to work. You did an article that appeared on on linked in a while back looking at two different types of worker the segments her and the integrator. Tell us about them. No this is something. I've been studying for many years the kind of preference for segmentation or segment or people who liked cheap work and home separate whereas integrators are the kinds of people who prefer a blur the boundary. They don't mind. Sorta the kids pictures in their office. Or you know taking a work hall home that kind of thing and I've been studying these these types of folks for years and in this new work from home reality that we're living in its particularly challenging for segment ours. People who like to keep a sharp line between working home. We can't do that right now even if we want to. This is where basically the rubber hits the road and all our two worlds are fighting like crazy. We have kids who are doing online school. They're you know they're wandering into the room to get something You know you got a spouse or a partner who is also trying to get work done from home. Sometimes you have clashing conference calls. Sometimes you both need the high definition Video Camera. You know other times you can kind of make trade offs and so these are the of challenges that we really inevitably are facing in the pandemic work from home reality. That's not always the case with work from home but it's really a big challenge now or people were saying matters. There's there's a lot of work that they need to actively do to be more comfortable in this type of environment and that involves doing two things really thinking about your how you use your time and thinking about how you structure your space and so from a time perspective the segment or is going to be much better off if they stick to a routine schedule right they they kind of Nigga Plan. In the morning they they. It's probably a routine for them as well. They have a ritual where they transition into their workload. They're not lounging around in. Pj's all day. They're not setting up in the middle of the kitchen right like I am. I'm by the way in the middle of my kitchen because I'm an integrator. It doesn't bother me as much you know. I've had many meetings where my kids walk. Walk behind me right and yet a snack out of the out of the cabinet but a lot of people but a lot of people who are not as comfortable with that. They shouldn't be setting up in the middle of the kitchen. They should have a room. That's off to the side where it's they can close the door. They can lock it and they can preserve the sanctity of their space. The second piece And into that's that's the space piece of it right. So there's the time in terms of the routine and then there's the space that you choose. What do you think then looking forward? Is there one thing that business leaders can can try and do today? That's going to prepare employees and maybe even their businesses as well for life after this crisis. And what the expectations. For WORKER GONNA be. I think that this is an opportunity. And it's definitely a challenge for all of us but it's also an opportunity. It presents an opportunity as business leaders to really think carefully as I mentioned before about those metrics. What is it that we expect? Employee's what asks need to get done. And then how do they need to get done are some tasks? Only fine? Being done individually in a way that is a synchronous. What tasks need to be done? Synchronised with the team you know that may help us work better. You know. We'll be able to work smarter If we can figure that out if we can use the pandemic experience the work from home experience as a way to really identify what's important. What ARE OUR PRIORITIES? And what our expectations of individual versus team based work if we can do that as leaders use this as a natural experiment that can allow us to leapfrog in terms of the types of productivity. And you know the work Lex ability that we're able to offer in the workplace in the future. Nancy great to talk to. You always look forward to seeing you back on campus at some point. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks so much. Dan Great to see you in great doing well. Nancy Rothbart professor in the Management Department at the word school to keep engaged with wharton business daily and other Wharton School Shows Visit Business Radio. Dot Wharton DOT UPENN DOT Edu..
"work hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"We need you to take a next up. So funny because we go McKay AM and Andrew luck. When those guys came in the league, we said, he's a big guy. They can take the pounding. But that's not true. Those guys been banged up there to to tooth for for over the last few years of their career. And now people are starting to say, let's get some people in to give them a kick like paying tape. You guys. Give them a kick and go into right direction. I it'd be interesting to see how Cam response, but but but I love north turnover there office coordinator. And and I love what north is done and how he's used McCaffrey. And I saw McCaffrey looking more bulked up. So I do believe I believe Cam will answer the Bill as long as long as noise around helping them answer that Bill attempted telling him to get rid of that football on ready. You gotta you got to get rid of that. Guy to throw it. And I think they're telling you gotta start taking the next step in whatever it takes to take the next step. And I don't know I'm not they're studying more work hall and the league a couple of years ago in this business, baby. We moved fast, we moved fast. You gotta get it going again. And you know, it'd be in any got to a Super Bowl he got to a Super Bowl, but you gotta win Super Bowl. And as a matter of fact, that's why was so funny. What went on what funny? It was so sad. What went on in New Orleans that we just talked about? It's now you almost have to win two Super Bowls because sit at one of the greatest once that's why everybody's getting on Aaron Rodgers. Now once per bowl is not enough. We need you to win two Super Bowls in order to be considered one of those greatest. And then guys say who I want to get back to next on the rich Eisen show him guess hopes Michael Irvin in with Mitch Richmond. NBA hall NBA hall of fame. I want to get back to those games. That's been played tonight. Let's give. Back to talk about that. Big game, especially especially in Boston, especially in bulbs run. But but boy the biggest game in is in Houston and how James heart. That's the best thing about NBA. You only get about forty eight hours twenty four to forty eight hours to say, I'm king. And you know, what you gotta do it again. And they have to do it again. Let's talk that next on the rich Eisen show NBA tonight. What games and how big are. They that next on the rich Eisen show..
"work hall" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"You gotta have a one elva wife, and I found her, but I to self centered and to work oriented career oriented, whatever you wanna say work hall Hawley that I didn't put a number one in I demonstrated that but never proposing. They're put that ring on the finger. And so she basically said, you know, or as snagging the one bedroom apartment in Atlanta bucket in Buckhead. His I'm gonna go home something, and she's gonna go home. And you know, it's more or I'm going home. Ause awhile line. Well, I can't do this anymore. So I use tired of waiting waiting. And so me thinking, I knew everything about everything some degree. You when you come into a business like TV, and he looked like I looked any sound like I sound. He always have doubts. Because the other guy's on TV. Look like what they sound like in you don't sound anything like any of them. And then when I started those bills falls attacks that is added another log on the fire. So so you're scientists somebody don't know you got this Oklahoma guy the Bill round face. He sounds like he's Oklahoma or somewhere else down south and the so abyss can't smile. We're gonna make him our number one TV guy. Sure. They don't happen. Right. So all hours will shift my shoulder. You know that an easiness about that. So I felt like you know, what she's making a big mistake 'cause I'm help catch. God. So she left, and I it Romay crazy. And then all that time when she's gone I started. That's when I started Monico with my WCW started. Having watched got mood. I got messed with him the time frame on. Jan splitting we're talking February March. It was right around Christmas tone. Okay. So we're fresh to him. We are. Okay. And. I remember it was four Christmas until this one of the boys are somebody could fighting with their, of course, the rest are taken. It was good timing man into bar Christmas gift you, say all that money. Oh, you know, that's wrestlers way. Sure. So so it was it wrote my heart, and I myself down, and she was the one, and I let her this very moment. We're talking and. So that was all that was going on in Manit fucked, my attitude, my mental point of you know, I was so looking for relationship. So worn of you, the companionship and share the love somebody like her unconditionally and she loved wrestling, and she was a big fan of grown up. She became a fan because of me, sir in cook. And you know, I used to kid my buddies, you know, have married a woman a hot Italian a decade younger and his former gymnast says wa got it made. And so that was weighed heavily being in. So then I got back up Janet right after I got back to WWE I've got to WWE in ninety three. So we she finally got back in touch with a million got touch her office at try many times when you when you shells office that they and you're you gotta feel like you're fucking world spinning out of control over that. You've ost the woman you love she's moved away. Now, you've lost the best job you ever had your dream job..
"work hall" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"But there's there's so much about about modern social media life that that that encourages you to fake happiness. And this is this is just multi-level marketing company herbalife Amway a company that direct does direct sales effectively some of the yes, that's that's that's one way. You can use your phrase, not mine, Mary Kay cosmetics. So sorry, I'm just going to keep on a roll. And then John can interrupt me. But the the the other thing that I don't think that performance work hall ISM is like a really big problem for American life like or for the American worker, especially young American workers. Like, what do we what is the problem? The problem is that there are lots of people who have incredibly shitty precarious jobs. The. Heriot that who have service jobs, whereas jobs, drew with filled with drudgery and coldness and their dehumanizing that the people are working jobs, which which don't lead anywhere don't have a career destination. That is that seems like a real problem. The problem that that people are being work Hollick's does not feel to me on the same level. As all the people who don't have college degrees who are in a in an Amazon warehouse outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and are on ridiculous quotas for whatever they need to do there that seems like something to worry about. I love the idea of precarious. Yeah. That's not my term. That's that's a real. That's some other people. I love it. I find this all, you know, this is all lifestyle you're supposed to have this wonderful kind of purposeful mindful constantly moving towards the alpha and omega life now that this. So this feels like I don't know. It's like the man bun of work. It's it's it's like a stylish thing, you know. So you go to yoga in the morning, and then you have like some kind of drink that has some milk. That's made from things that aren't actually naturally associated with milk like almonds or cashews or something..
"work hall" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"I Aaron Griffith a writer for the times asked the question this past week Y or millennials in particular so performance about loving their work and being workaholics. Why why do they have such a public passion for their work? And how did this happen? I think we ought to begin with a huge caveat. Which is that the tranche of people that the Griffith is talking about the socio economic trunch of people people who are basically an information professions with college degrees. Urban educated there have careers, and actually, and we'll get to this like the real thing that's going on for most people is job, insecurity for people who don't have education don't have access to great jobs and job, misery. If you are not executed in advantaged. But let's talk about what the phenomenon that she identifies. Emily, which is that why are people showing off their work hall ISM? Plus, she has this great. She's like an excellent phrases one of them was glamour, toil the notion that we've kind of incorporated, these ideas. Of from exercise, right? Like from a Nike campaign that you're always supposed to be trying harder that you never stop like pressing the accelerator, and that's how you measure your worth and everything is supposed to channel into your work. So it's. I mean, her her critique of it, which is I think a clear one is that one you you turn yourself into this kind of perfect worker bee where you're benefitting your employer. But you think you're doing it in order to like maximize your own self worth. And there's a sort of diluted quality to it. And I had a couple of reactions to it. I mean, one is that I completely see like the problem of going way too far in this direction, and the number of hours per week that she has people talking about working seemed totally insane to me like eighty ninety one hundred thirty I don't even I can't even figure out how that's possible. Really? But then there's also this sadness. I feel about it which is that. I think for a lot of us. And I mean, I'm not I'm maybe I'm too old to really get this. But it seems like it's important to acknowledge that there is a way in which work brings people tremendous satisfaction and sense of value and self worth. And so if we start thinking of it completely cynically every time we like go, you know, do something over forty hours a week or beyond the call of duty that benefits are employers that will also be kind of loss. And so it seems like what's missing here is some kind of balance as usual it. And it also seemed like she was talking about a kind of generational phenomenon. And now I'm also going to bring in an essay in BuzzFeed by an Jalan Peterson who was writing specifically about millennials and in both of these pieces, you see this sense that the generation of people who are younger than us have been taught to be the perfect workers the perfect performers because of the sense. Of scarcity that they're being frightened into constantly trying to exceed their own expectations because they live in this shrunken job market in this world in which they're not gonna be doing as well as their parents. And so they're trying to protect themselves. There is this way that everything is performance that the one of the very terrible things about social media is the way that it makes everything performance, and so why wouldn't work therefore become performance in if you're chronically chronicling your life. If you were trying to present a kind of idealized version of your life as so many people do try to do and social media. Why wouldn't that spill into work whereby you try to present yourself as the as a worker bee as a as an idealistic worker? I mean, the there's this really interesting podcast. I've been listening to the dream which is about multilevel marketing companies and one of the things that multilevel marketing companies where nobody's really making any money, and they're all working hard. It's all show, you're constantly showing. Like, oh, I'm having an awesome time selling. These. These stockings to people look at me having this awesome time selling stockings, and it's completely performed live. And really deeply sad because it doesn't have it actually has no connection to whether you're succeeding, or whether you really are happy. You just have to show that you're happy..
"work hall" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)
"I just i hate repeating this but we are so the same and on that podcast i was talking about that i mentioned that i was talking about dancing i was also talking about just doing things for the pure enjoyment and doing them and how i still have such a hard time grasping that i love to sketch but then i think well what's the point no one's gonna see the sketch who cares and then i realized oh it's because you enjoy the actual beauty and process of just sitting there and sketching and it doesn't need a bigger it doesn't need an audience but i can't get i think like you do much deeper than that because what's the point of meditating except for the fact that you're allowing your brain to relax and dig deeper for better ideas and put yourself in a state of mind that's going to give you less propensity for heart disease for all kinds of stress 'cause you're letting it go and it's also teaching you to focus on other things like when you can when you've been hurting checked out i know you're freaking i'm fucked you're not fun now i just take do bad for obey the aspirin but but when you're doing stuff sketching dancing your increasing something in your brain that is carrying on it's spreading out through everywhere else and it's hard to see because it's so small but it really is it's just like meditating you're you're leaving your backyard after dancing a different person that might be a different way that you approach somebody or what happened to mike ronco where he go i i don't don't know know is this i'm i'm learning these lessons and trying to convince myself of it because some some of this stuff becomes clear to me now and then where i go oh this isn't i don't have to have a result that shows in i'm thinking very selfishly to about it i like one of my sons plays piano beautifully and i was just today thinking to myself kinda miss him playing the chopin that check and the rock mon enough i'm going to ask him to play that i thought was paying for him but i i got so much out of it just him playing in the background he says he doesn't want to you could be like who's paying the mortgage on but i mean it it's just the point being is artistic expression of facts right right right it's and who knows where that goes field you ever feel down oh i long arc depressions a little bipolar and i think i was depressed like nine to nineteen is that weird that that makes me feel good no you should feel we're all human this feels good but i think i was lemay anneke for many years to so just the amount of work hall stubbing some of that was manic did you resolve it or there are a lot of therapy so i seemed to sort of cool that a bit still people still cues me being summit that way how how jealous are you that he can manifest his depression into work i'm like i need another another non sleeping now today and then what's up right and i'm in i'm at the point where i'm napping so much i wanna give them away i'll take their yours vacation i can have if time today have this just finding time to have his heart yeah it's hard tightly but mike and i both just have too much time alone to ruminate on everything that's wrong then maybe true and we refused put ourselves in a position to.
"work hall" Discussed on My Black Friend
"I think you should i think she do to part and maybe a quick one saying what you expect out of it and then real and then in the long form follow up of what you thought of it afterwards i liked it i thought it it lived in the same bane as workaholic so it's like if you like that there's no way you don't like this good story something kind of different their characters a lot of ridiculous shit i liked it all the way through i would like i would like to see a sequel so i'm hoping they get more stuff the other different tone also made by one of the or starring i don't know much he had to do with making but starring one of the guys from work hall has adamant the the short short chubby one right it's called when we first met have you seen this one at all so have you ever seen the movie groundhog day with bill murray oh yeah of course everybody is class i was i was upset at how long it took you to answer that i was going to be like kay first of all go watch groundhog day so great so there this movie is in the in the i just by watching the trailer i felt like it's in the same main that there's a girl that he's super in love with and deebo you're going to be a fan of this girl when it's done i knew this girl's name like i'd seen her name and senior stuff for posted on the internet never seen anything with her in it and as watch movie and i was like this girl's kinda cute there's something about her and so i looked up on i'm debbie while much the movie and i was like that's her and then who is he so i'm going to butcher her last name but her name is alexandra alexandra daddario.
"work hall" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Of our big show sponsors for helping me out with some machinery this weekend joe and the gang there they do a nice job on stuff you get all your branches chipped up all done all i could throw in there in about two and a half three hours i'll tell you what does a lot of work hall in those things around no we made a lot of mulch there at the place make did some did some grinding start that machine up that big old vermeer grinder and just listen to it who makes you know one of those deep throated sally and makes you your chest kinda rumble oh man here like tim allen home approach time stuff that is big time stuff hey speaking big time stuff fellas world pork expo is coming to town it is going to be here june six seven and eight is before you know it caught up with doug frikkie early this morning doug is with the national pork producers council he's the guy that talks about the trade show out there and along the trade show we didn't talk much about the seminars and things that go on we will hear in the next week or solve is a lot of activity surrounding the world pork expo joining us during the big show today to talk about the big world pork expo was our old buddy doug frikkie doug is the director of trade show marketing national pork producers council so doug we have a big event coming up june sixth seventh and eighth at the iowa state fairgrounds it's the world pork expo before we start talking about some of the things that people are going to see we do have a deadline coming up for registration online correct yeah the deadline is coming our thirty first thirty first of this month so we'll want to get everybody who wants to preregister for the show to go out to our website that's will pork that word and hippie admission tap and register for the show well i can't hardly believe we are celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of this event.
"work hall" Discussed on KTRH
"You wonderful so um i i cried at the end of the last segment where you mentioned the ductless system you have something on display there or or a vendor there i actually do west air conditioning uh now my my family business and how we have one of the carrier ductless systems set up and and running here so you can come down and see it it is designed to replace an existing fifth them there i have up wooden known for anything but yeah yes it is and i will tell you in my own home i had to air conditioning systems in the house and i actually replaced one of them with the ductless type system and added an extra room with the ductless because a lot of people don't realize is with the outside unit you can actually run multiple heads or cassettes inside the house that to do multiple rooms with one unit outside and that way you've got you all you you can have your bedroom nights and cold the living room at night raise the temperature nobody's out there or vice versa during the day uh it it makes him really energyefficient and the operating seer rating of a ductless systems verses a system that uses the ducked the conventional air conditioning uh a very high seer rating on a regular system is twenty ductless systems it's not unusual to hit thirty five thirty six year rate grow um we were both at work hall filled multi level as well and feted youth all on one level yes in my own house i have off the one unit i have one upstairs in one downstairs boca are you guys there tomorrow i can't get out there today absolutely yeah you can run out tomorrow in now take a look at it then in what booth number you guys uh we're at the very end when you come in the door at the very end the vile 600 on the righthand side okay they caught him you bet daycare look forward to seeing you anna you know if if you wanna come out and see it like i said were at the end of i'll six hundred if you wanna call.
"work hall" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"work hall" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"So i i just wanted to be it's just a board meeting be clear that there is that there are great nations here yes yes indyk inexperienced but ultimately um the feelings that are left in its wake um are what's important yeah and dealing with those and giving in giving weight to those um because it's out of competition of what gave us ptsd network depression or who touched us or what they're intent was or is it prosecutable that know is just about what's left in its wake and how do we how do we lead functioning lives so that were were not depressed when we wake up and realize were still alive and we have another day to live i've lived like that and that's it's nowhere to live no it's no way to live um any moments from childhood adolescence are the kind of paint a picture for us you mentioned some depression in some anxiety um and also you mentioned workaholic tzem in an interview i heard which work hall some kind of a thing in your family with two highachieving parents i don't think my parents worker they worked really hard but i don't i never get the vibe of workaholic him two day loved and love what that my mother's to work on my phone is not working there i got this they said a really healthy example in that they just loved what they were doing my dad treaty patients as a breast cancer physician my mother was really sort of interview she would look at slides and be able to diagnose complex forms of lymphoma just by looking at it and they just really they would sit around talk about it all the time but i didn't get off of them they weren't like sweaty about it whereas i i entered into a business where that kind of naked ambition was much more um.
"work hall" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Titian of their info so um asleep in restoration rituals would would serve people as well as a proper supplement regiment that includes some of the supplements that i mentioned those a golden five blessed app degen's goal while dr anthony i feel like this is a topic that we use entrepreneurs don't talk about enough um and i certainly didn't address i thought i was addressing it and now i see these numbers and realize i you need to do something about it so thanks for your help mainland pleasure thanks for thanks for affecting so many entrepreneurs i love what you're doing it welcome thanks for here so this has not been easy for me even when i make the honest attempt to de stress or detach or relax i find myself very quickly going back into work hall ism and those tendencies i have found and had to be really honest with the fact that i get a lot of my emotional needs met through work and that is not healthy i'm turning thirty this year i've been an entrepreneur since i was eighteen years old may be earlier than that and i really have and developed good habits to do things like maintain a really healthy social circle i've gotten most of my needs met through work and that is called war kohat liz them so this is something that i just felt like it was okay to share with you guys because i am on the other scent of a sale of a business and so i know the perception is probably ryan could retire off into the sunset and i could i don't really know how.
"work hall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The kid by hand they all run over and there are a group of teenagers a standing outside their car smoking and drinking and they got the doors opened in the this song is playing from inside the cars we grabs a girl and they start dancing and while while they're dancing he speaking in in italian to this woman and they're dancing coloma was he gets the armie hammer dance to it again he's like oh i saw them i saw that i saw the psychedelic furs i southern concert there were so great she's a calf seen him too and he goes richard butler richard butler is the best in richard butler is the lead singer of the second offers richard butler how a in the early eighties at that time period had a very distinctive look at a very distinctive hair style and he wore like the early eighties clothing in the final scene of this movie and i'm not giving anything away the final scene of this movie the a timothy shell nice character comes in this is the after the the whole summer think is over we've now we're now into the winter and he comes in a walks in the door and for people who are fans of the psychedelic furs this news it's kind of he's dressed exactly like richard butler so is this wonderful like you like he's still thinking about this guy there's no question about it and clearly he had headphones on he was clearly listening to the psychedelic first you got to gotta walkman on what he's dressed exacts burt built a beret fish suzy walked in i'm like oh my god he looks exactly like richard butler and that's the kind of attention to detail that this movie has it's very subtle in that way you know just like the all the sculptures and stuff that they talk about the the things that they discover when they're looking at you know they're looking at his father's studies in his work hall than applies to what's happening in their real life so there's not a moment wasted in this movie it's a long film it's a slowmoving movie but it all matters you know what i mean it all matters and that's why it's so devastating that like.
"work hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Seniors that elbak newly sending onto the field today they were mostly recruited by the previous coach but they were trained by elbakiolli jake novak is a blogger who follows the lions punk tilley asli he's kind of my cliffs notes when it comes to football and he told me you can really see bag noise work when you look at number twelve unders hill the quarterback you had the great side had the great arms rag who knows how he would have developed under any other coach but he's developed fantastically under bag naali now i remember unders hill as this babyfaced sophomore from colorado novak compares the hill of two years ago to a bucking bronco talented but raw when he started so he would throw the long bomb passes very nicely but he he would also throw short past the same way and it looked like he was going to take us receivers head off so now is a senior and his stats really tell a story in 2015 he completed forty six percent of his passes this year it 66 percent i'm onder cell and i play quarterback columbus football hill told me the coaching not only from elbak only but all the assistant coaches it's making a big difference on game day and a lot of it is in your head we have this phrase call the charlie mike that coach murphy kind of corn for us where it means continue mission odds from his time in the army so no matter what happens if the defence let's up a touchdown are far thrown interception another defense you know how my back out on the field and we're going to get the ball and go score the next on what would you say had to work on the most the first two years israel is just trying to learn a playbook so just really trying to understand the place our thank for me now this past offseason i really got to kind of look at myself and when i needs work hall mechanics and footwork basically hill learn how to exercise restraint on at powerful arm of his had to throw passes that didn't take off the receivers head and also just how to read the field how to use judgment so just a deeper understanding i think of everything you might call this mastery and that's what every coach tries to.
"work hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Alone uh it also is important for us to focus on expanding our mental health screening and resources for treatment which is one of the reasons why i'm so glad to be in the bay area visiting with my friend day of mineta who runs momentum for mental health and organization which providing great mental health care to folks in the bay area and you'll be speaking this evening at their event and that's right that's up in san jose that's right but the last piece around gun violence is a we have to ask ourselves a deeper and tougher question which is what are the origins of violence to begin with why do people choose to act down and physically harm someone else that's a tough question it's a complicated question sometimes we we reach reflexively for serious mental illness as the reason why the happens but i think that's a mistake makers and it's every wrist stigmatize in people with mental illness it turns out that people with mental illness or former likely to be the victims of violence and the perpetrators of violent but i do think that the answer is grounded in the topic of emotional wellbeing and we do have a high degree of chronic stress in our country that has led tang zaidi and to depression and for many people as hence of hopelessness but when i look at programs that have invested in improving emotional wellbeing in schools in particular they have had a profound impact on reducing the amount of violence in schools and i think that there is a larger lesson there uh that we need to recognize the impact of emotional wellbeing on violence and other aspects of our health we have to invest in science to understand how best to promote and enhance emotional wellbeing and when you to start implementing insane killing programs at work hall across our country timmy this is the ultimate form of prevention its investment investing in emotional wellbeing will not only help us reduce violent it will help us a dresser opioid epidemic it will help us to address the toxic political dialogue that we have in our country because the.
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"I was in a car were of work hall was being taken on us ana speakerphone gorman listening and don't know please don't characterizes douse the white house yesterday chief of staff john kelly said he consulted the president before the call i said i'm sure there's nothing you can do to lighten the burden on these families the president has been slammed by wilson for what she believes was disrespect the congresswoman claims trump alluded to the fact that the soldier nudie signed up for epa cruiser cleaning up the gold king mind disaster and we're learning more about what they're finding koa newsradio is kinda shreeves live with the details conner well april at the animus riverhead waters they're finding contamination up to one hundred times higher than what the usual threshold is for wildly safety they're finding things like lead in other contaminants spreading to surrounding areas being absorbed by plants bugs in animals even to the point now where the epa is taking tissue samples from dear to see just how far the ecological harm has gone the superfund a chief in a town hall yesterday in silverton telling people that this is a disaster that's going to take lots of money and many years to solve reporting live connors sharief koa newsradio thedot had social media to talk about their plan to mitigate the congestion on i 225 southbound at i 25 agency answered questions on facebook live about their project to convert the shoulder to a third lane right now it's not a permanent decision this is a restripe in it's something that's temporary and some the pilot and if it works that we're going to move forward with it if it doesn't work that we won't do it out chief engineer josh lay play people getting onto 25 southbound from the tech center will no longer be able to head south on i 25 instead they'll be restricted by a granite barriers funnelling them to northbound i 25 work is set to begin later on this month and there you go that's the information british model is accusing magician david blaine of raping her mark mayfield has the story scotland yard is investigating natasha princes claim that blaine raped her at a home in london more than a dozen years ago prince told authorities in october of last year that blaine raped her in the.
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"And cody and i do believe that dominique has the unique set of skills through guts because he doesn't really need this job so he could be this kind of fearless and he doesn't actually care sometimes about some of the things that he's arguing just because it's funny to argue them the who could actually become this coal bear character that i've been calling for in sports television and sports radio where you become like a spoof of a sports commentator can where you're arguing bush sipped firstly on behalf of something that you don't believe like five centres is what will take off five the the thing and the kelsea named ask down when he market is that when we're we're gonna make this happy i got a question for you mahatma gandhi how you feel about him did good work hall of famer hall of fame i'll ah in the eye in the alde altruism hall of famer stu same question love his work um certainly amount rush more of people who have affected change in the world i beg nor you then they laugh it's you then they fights you than they lose then you win gandhi was all for five five gandhi if he was coach of a team right now five five are you gonna disagree with gandhi that's great quote it's one of my favorite it's one of atlanta it's my favorite uh it's my favorite gandhi quote so ghandi's down with the five five stews thou the fives you want to get in on his good company or you wanna stand out here with these twitter haters what i feel like uh sam hankun is actually the one who gets to be in this particular equation ma mahatma gandhi right same henke we laughed at him and then in five years they're getting jaw beads could be the best player in world if he's healthy.