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"xu" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

11:02 min | 8 months ago

"xu" Discussed on How I Built This

"Pi Fit flop. Footwear brand is mainly sold in retail shops. But her other business. Beauty Pie is a direct to consumer cosmetics company. I spoke with Marseille. About how for her big ideas actually emerged during times of crisis and struggle. Let's start with flipflop. I mean our sales for flip-flop right now footwear. Of course it's GonNa be tough because we normally wholesale product to a lot of different retailers throughout the US UK and actually sixty five different countries as soon as covert head of course retailers shutdown most. Touted if not all of them as well as a lot of distributors just canceled before when orders and we having a banner year guy we were just sort of the worst time to be having a really great year our product looks beautiful. The new design team we had this incredible momentum because the retailers were also really excited about the product now unfortunately they all cancel their orders and not only do we have our normal product that would have gone to them but probably thirty or forty percent more. So that's been a real challenge for us because we have to figure out. What are we going to? What are we going to do with all of these shoes? It's very interesting though. Of course people are finding their way to the internet which is amazing and we've had probably a doubling of our online sales because those who couldn't go into retailers are just coming to our site to buy the shoes they want and would have I find the people love the brand so much. They're still buying shoes. Despite the fact that not many people are spending that much time walking around outside so I guess it goes to the strength of the brand and the strength of the quality product. And we're really excited about that. Your other brand b-pi Pie cosmetics. Brand that you launched three and half years ago you I think you were about to open up a pop up shop in London like in mid March right like in Harvey Nichols which is a luxury department store in. London asked us to do pop up shop. We went in for three days and then we started to kind of get too much noise in terms of the news about how close is getting to Landon and we decided that we would just shut it down and start again another time but it was great. Acid and beauty pie was already direct to consumer. I mean that was not in retail stores. Anyway so presumably. That brand is is a more resilient because that was your business model in fact seeing about four times the number of new members joining everyday now. Because you know you're getting these incredible luxury quality products but for so much less money that people I think in a crisis time are are more responsible with their disposable income if they have disposable income stale and I think people are looking for economize but without letting go of the quality they want so we are kind of on fire. Actually a beauty pie. What explains how people are buying cosmetics and skincare right now. What what explains that a up to look good on Zoom No. We're on these meetings all day every day and I think he got have glowing skin and also I think now more than ever is so important to take care of yourself just to remind yourself that you're still human. You still need a small tree if you can get something that's great and it's it's affordable that's fantastic but just something kind of ease the burden. Everyone needs something to look forward to. Especially when the days and enroll in into went into a mother. I think we all just need to tweet ourselves a little bit. People are drinking wine. Some people are using a lot of beauty products. One will make you look better in the end I want to go to a question from audiences from Kathy sonnet creative leader. It's been challenging to create the same magic with teams or clients in this new landscape. What are your thoughts your approach to kind of achieving that creative magic when remote? Collaboration is the new norm. It's really hard isn't it? I think storytelling is big part of it. I think we are getting used to. Of course you don't have the same kind of momentum that you will have in a group setting but storytelling and just building anticipation before you presenting. Something for instance to a client or to a group will probably help you a little bit more. It is all about figuring out how to communicate and to built that same kind of magic the energy and the pace but doing tiles on your screen. So you know it's going to be practice. We're going to be perfect at it. But it'll take before you perfect your technique and I think probably also just being very in tune to your audience if you are presenting something. I've done this a couple of times. Actually because I've presented decks to people over soon afterwards I will actually stop and I will write down. What didn't go? Well what could I have done better? What could someone have done better and then gone back and just rejig the deck? So that I remember this needs to go here because that storytelling that you might normally feel it'd be able to see from body language. Maybe it's not taking place in the same way and you just hit rate. I think we have to be easier on ourselves. Not Too easy but it's a new learning how to do this. And it's a new scale and you'll be better in the end. I remember in the episode. The for some you're on the show you described how you were. Nineteen years old or twenty years old. You were in New York. Basically took three or four weeks. Skin-care course to learn about care and that said a whole chain emotion for what would become listen than your journey as an entrepreneur. We're in the mills. Great pause in a sense right that it's challenging and difficult but I wonder whether that experience some sense. You know you had that time to learn how to do something which eventually led to what you would do with your life. How this this is a moment. Maybe for opportunity as well so much opportunity. This is sort of my whole theory about entrepreneurship and also but new ideas and they usually will come from difficulties. I don't think that anybody who is sitting around feeling very comfortable is necessarily going to come up with the next big idea. Usually big ideas come from struggles from thinks that are difficult from fierce. That you've got things that are lacking in your own life and in all of my businesses. I came up with idea based on something that I couldn't find myself or a bad experience that I've had and then created something better out of it and really has worked out time and time again for me. It's usually a disappointment that brings me to create something better and that just means that for everybody watching us so many opportunities if you look at them that way you know I always say there are two kinds of thoughts. There's a helpful thought. And there's an unhelpful. Thought that's it so when you're at home I've been thinking okay. I'm feeling this. I'm feeling scared. I'm feeling like I don't have this kind of spill will let me go and get that scale rather than on. Never have that scale and always try if you're having a mental health identify it. It's human okay. Do I need to have this thought? And instead try to emit into help and what kind of plan you can put in motion to get where you need to go. I remember when we had Howard Schultz on a few years ago. He talked about how when you're comfortable. That's when trouble. That big ideas come from struggle and they come from being comfortable and being sort of off-balance. Absolutely how do you grow? Yeah how you grow you build muscle everything that you don't know how to do is is just a muscle that you haven't exercised so this is the opportunity to kind of get in their battle fight. It's your your it's your weight lifting and you WANNA come out with those muscles being stronger on the other side so opportunity for everyone. I know it's still early. Were still like what eight weeks into this thing for most of Europe in the US Little longer for other countries. But are you sort of seeing the beginnings of new opportunities for you for what you do right now? Are you starting to kind of see the seeds of those future opportunities? You know my plate is so full at the moment is difficult. Sometimes when I've got so much going on just so much to Ryan every day in terms of output. It's hard to come up with new things I'll build. The shower is a good. You know often in the shower you will come up with a new idea and I have a few other ideas kind of in the pipeline that I put on hold because I just don't have time to even think about them but I'm sure that you know there are so many people out there with ideas that they have didn't have the time to look into or didn't have the need and those are the things that are going to sprout from this. I've encouraged everybody to just try to create a plan for whatever their idea is whatever the goal is right and it's going to be about being flexible emotionally and flexible in how you approach things. It's that Yoga. You need the muscle building. You need the yoga. You've got to be a river that can kind of move and change your direction but you have to set your sights on a goal and I think this is the time that people can really get that because you don't have as much to lose right is a question from Jennifer Jordan hammock or were you learning like. How are you learning to manage? Inventory and new product rollout creatively right now. What are some things that you're doing to figure out the best way to to handle this things so for beauty pie? We've had a product plan for a very long time and it takes about eighteen months to make a new beauty product and oddly. The supply chain hasn't really been challenged that much. So we're very lucky there with footwear. Of course we have to think. About how many of the products that we ordered for this year will ever even see the light of day and whether or not we should be putting them a live for instance or we should hold him those products that are going to be just as classic this year as they might be next year. Winona seen them and do we just hold them in the warehouse trying to work on some payment plans for instance with some of the factories and have them ready for next year. And thank you know. Everything will new again as they say. But sometimes if you've got a classic prod it no one will know that it isn't new except for you and it is new the first time anybody sees it so I guess it's being open minded about what a definitions are and and trying to move some of the things to suit the financial situations we find ourselves in Marciel. When you we less other in San Francisco you came to the how I built this summit when I interview on Stage. Then you quoted the book originals. I think by Adam Grant. That book says trunch hedge their bets whereas bet hedging look like in this environment right. Because I think you're referring to the fact that at one point two businesses going at the same time and that was kind of an example of that I mean should entrepreneurs be hedging their bets approaching big decisions more cautiously. I think certainly in time you know like this and this is extraordinary right. We never as a world community. We've never faced anything like that so I think that most people will be so focused on just keeping the day to day running. It's probably hard to do too much hedging hedging in terms of having skills right of honing skills or learning how to do more than one thing of just in case. You can't afford a.

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The Indy Mogul Podcast

01:14 min | 8 months ago

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"Know and I would just cut these little experiments together. You know if there was like A. pop-up Amusement Park. That came into town. I would go, and while you're working while I, was working out with literally I would work and then I would go and I would just shoots. I would shoot time lapse of everything. Shoot myself sleeping time lapse just to see what it looked like. Moon Moonlighting is like an amateur stock film, whatever yeah, just just like just experiment and see what? What? How can I make? The images look better? Here's what editing is like. Oh this is holding a camera camera on just getting a feel for lenses like real life, because I had a really good feel for them. In a virtual environment, but How can I really kind of get in real life and I think at that point had transit at some point I think on constant transitioned to devi x one hundred, which is like the that's above the gold standard. That's that's the class. The class on our absolutely yeah, and I was big on. It was at that time that I was big on the DV Xu's reforms. If you guys remember those, of course absolutely, so that was like my so I would work on the movies and get all that experience would go, and I would shoot and posting to the acts user. Wait you

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If cities don't develop sustainably, neither will the world

UN News

05:31 min | 1 year ago

If cities don't develop sustainably, neither will the world

"The challenges facing cities in an age of climate change and technological innovation will be highlight his ads. The World Old Oven Forum held an Abu Dhabi between the eighth and thirteenth February before he left for the UN's annual conference on the urban environments. How young shoe director of the UN Development Programs Department of Policy and Program Support Sandstone with Matt Wells from a news? Mr Xu revealed that there's a growing mm trend of city leaders looking to the UN to help solve an increasingly complex set of problems. What were seen though? Is that cities and the governments are are coming to us. Increasingly was more and more complex asks for Hudd Hudd. Hudd you help. We work together. Put design a city strategy. To view is the impact of climate change. But that's a question needs to be answered from many different angles from infrastructure from covenants from investment and the from several delivery from many many different aspects so these are news new phenomena. We see can give me some examples of the kind of things that you would like. Politicians wins and others who leads cities to be doing more of are there. Are there common things every city can do. I think they're definitely a lot of issues. Turn ktar incoming in developing country citizen and what we would like to advocate for example is really a UH for local governments for municipal governments together with the national governments to think strategically sink long-term sink in a user new new tools that we can deploy to think strategically but in ACTA practically and acting quickly and a a our program interventions typically slew of support to local governance localization of the SDG's to so bring international goes to city level right. We work with a lot of cities are energy transition to increase the Chevron energy to improve the energy efficiency the buildings and the fog's will work with us to focus on local economic opportunities so that they can be part of this. You know develop in the process process if you're going to sort of offer tailored solutions to specific cities are there. Is that one particular kind of category of city lights that that needs the most help the similar that even counts kinds of cities some mega citizens cities with a percent a one million population the boy the hundreds of them under growing very fast but the majority of cities secondary and tertiary city. That has more with less resources and financial resources and the technical resources human under sources. And so what we're trying to do is really to work together because the we cannot pretend we know or the solutions for the problem cities face. That's right but the we have experienced you know from different countries that can source right so we can use network for the smaller cities a medium level cities to learn from each other and there are a lot of networks of cities seems word That exist a mayor city officials and so forth. So what can in a you make use of this networks to impart -nology so that Successful solutions in one place can be replicated elsewhere so we can do a lot support. The discount -nology no replication. Can you give me any kind of concrete examples of cities where you all already lending a hand so we have examples in Freetown Sergio and the Tannin in Vietnam for example. These are relatively sizeable cities. Both of them serious problems with solid. Waste Management Right in Donovan none for example The landfill is for twenty years ahead of the plan. Right so but This is not simple just to a waste issue. It has to do with as the economy right who is consumption assumption persons who is the how you know We plant a our economy not too so that the most circle circular for example right and it has to do with a lot of consequences over these health issues for example right and as The differently in a transportation system design insist that help reduce consumption of energy and so the complex and also the impact of climate also has is the problem with the issues. That city's Latino fiercely along coastal areas is impact of climate change right by twenty thirty. Some estimates say that eight million people hundred million people who live in coastal cities would be impacted by flooding and because sea level rise. Komo huge amount of people right. So so what we're trying to work with governments is Louie. We work together to To think through these questions okay then come come up with a systematic approach with short-term measures that we can take right and So many things that were doing for example with some secondary cities we're working on a municipal financing to help comes to raise funds right to invest in a sustainable infrastructure so that we build the so-called a sustainable inclusive and the resilient citizens. So that's what we're trying to do

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What is NoSQL and is it the next big trend in databases?

Software Engineering Daily

02:47 min | 2 years ago

What is NoSQL and is it the next big trend in databases?

"The two big trends that are really contributing to this is the combination of cloud computing, end big data. And if I may just do a quick kind of a tour of history, I guess a very briefly about the database world. So like, I mentioned we I have the relational database starting in the eighties perhaps even earlier than that. Where you just literally have a table, right? Like express excel spreadsheet or something else you can visualize allowed that line. The stores are your data rose column. Everything is good because there really wasn't that much data to begin with. And then you did have the explosion of the internet. And then you also have mobile after that were you start to get a lot of data because everything is becoming digitized in that gave rise to the no sequel category of databases that are particularly architecture or designed to solve the skill ability problem very easily because otherwise growing your database just with the table structure, originally, the relational database structure is very very difficult to do quickly. So that's kind of the use case that no sequel databases were addressing and then after that took its form, and it's still, you know, forming ride no sequel databases are still being used very very heavily in a lot of places will people realize is that the thing that no sequel databases does not guarantee is what it known as data consistency. Meaning that is not a Schorr thing that all the data that's in your database is actually accurate or looks the same at any given time. So what the new sequel category of database like tidy and others are trying to address is that we wanna make sure we guarantee consistency. First and foremost because our data does need to be accurate to do. The things supposed to do. And have the horizontal skill ability. Very elastic -ly show second no sequel database, so that people can have kind of you know, the big data scale that everyone needs at this point. But also be assured that the data that you have in your database system is actually strongly consistent as opposed to not consistent, which could cause a lot of different problems, depending on the business that you're in when we started giving up some consistency restrictions on our databases. Why? Why are we doing that? And how are we able to now re-claim strong consistency? Right. I think everything that's in the database world in the technology world, especially in the infrastructure side of things right with wish

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Chicago residents accuse cops of planting "bait trucks" to lure thieves

Steve Dahl

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Chicago residents accuse cops of planting "bait trucks" to lure thieves

"Well. No one really knows there is a new flap over, city hall over something called bait trucks to find out. What they are and what the controversy is, all about here's our Bill. Cameron they trucks are trucks filled. With virtually, is, and. Place on the open as a lure to trap thieves one was placed in, Inglewood not far from the Norfolk Southern railroad yards or been breaking it a freight containers black leaders are saying it's entrapping. Poor people but not everybody is critical listen to former cop and firefighter. Now alderman Anthony Napolitano if you're using a beat. Bay truck and you put a truck out there you're not gonna get John to citizen that. On his way to work on his way to. School runways play the park, that's going to open up the truck and feel something. Out of it you're gonna. Get the career criminal in the, career criminal is the reason why the crime. Rate is astronomical in the city of Chicago right now now you might expect former police. Superintendent now candidates remember Gary McCarthy to agree but his campaign says he has no No comment on,

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Judge says government "gets credit" for reuniting immigrant families, but warns better system needed

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:36 min | 2 years ago

Judge says government "gets credit" for reuniting immigrant families, but warns better system needed

"Eighteen Live from NPR news, in Washington I'm trials Snyder there's no relief in sight for firefighters battling, that massive wildfire burning in northern, California crews fighting, the car fire expect triple digit temperatures in shifting winds this weekend the fires killed, two firefighters, destroyed hundreds of structures enforced tens of thousands to. Flee from member station k. q. e. d. Alexander reports Shasta county exploded Thursday night and moved in multiple directions, including into the city of writing almost what can be described as a, tornado occurred over this fire can, pin watt heads, the state's wildfire fighting agency was fire was whipped up into a whirlwind of activity Uprooting trees moving vehicles moving parts of roadways very significant, extreme winds it's expected to. Be hot over one hundred degrees and dry here for at least a week for NPR news I'm Alex. Emslie in Redding California federal judges commending the, Trump administration for reunifying migrant families after they were separated at the US Mexico border but NPR's Joel rose reports a judges also. Faulting the government for, the hundreds of families have remained separated after the court imposed deadline judge Dana Subroto said the government deserves quote great credit for reunifying more than fourteen hundred children with their parents and. Hundreds more with sponsors or family. Members by the deadline he sat but said the priority now. Must be the hundreds of families that could not be reunited including more than four hundred. Children who are still in government custody because their parents were deported without them the government. Is pushing too quickly deport parents who have final removal orders the American Civil Liberties Union asked for a one week waiting. Period for parents to weigh their, legal options judge the bras said he would rule on that question soon Joel rose NPR news North Korea, has returned fifty five boxes. Containing what are believed to be the remains of American service personnel work is just beginning to confirm whether. They are among the fifty three hundred still, listed as missing in action from the Korean conflict Bill Rinehart of member station w. v. Xu's spoke to Korean war veterans who. Gathered Friday to Mark, the anniversary of the nineteen fifty three armistice armistice ended the fighting sixty five years ago Larry Timmer was among those at a luncheon in Cincinnati to Mark the occasion he says the. Return of American remains is a. Step toward better relations with North Korea family's gotta get closer This.

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China: Hundreds of thousands of children given fake vaccines

Global News Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

China: Hundreds of thousands of children given fake vaccines

"No, the hill, this as a significant breakthrough. However, here comes the cold water part when it comes to the weapons program in North Korea, this slight, although it has been part in significant part in developing ballistic missiles dismantling. It doesn't necessarily mean that it's ballistic missile capability has been dismantled because they know have the capability to fire from mobile sites. Yes, it's a small step forward, but it is that because there are dozens if not hundreds of sites connected to the weapons program across North Korea, which we don't even knew about. Meanwhile, North and south are continuing little dialogues today. It's been announced by the South Korean defense ministry can reduce the guard posts along the demilitarized zone along the border. That's a big step. But the big steps and the bigger picture will need to be between North Korea and the US or correspondent in Seoul. Chinese officials are battling to control public anger following a scandal over vaccine quality that's engulfed. One of the country's major pharmaceutical corporations, worried parents are rushing to hospitals to see of their children's vaccinations are valid and stocks in Chinese medicine and biotech companies have tumbled China correspondent. Steven McDonnell reports from Beijing. I'm standing outside the children's hospital next to written park in Beijing's east. It's busy here at the best of times. But today there's added concern hats. Not surprisingly parents flooding in here just like they are hospitals Rosh around the country to make sure that children are okay though. This seemed to be no cases. So far of people actually getting sick as a result of taking these inferior vaccines. Parents are wanting rish. Short that children are actually safely covered right now for diseases like hooping cough and tetanus. They're asking for copies of their children's vaccination records, so they can check for themselves just with hospital bought the vaccines. This is also becoming a crisis of confidence in the Chinese system with many seriously doubting the ability of the authorities to guarantee that medicines will be safe in the park across the road from the hospital. People walk with their children after visiting the doctor. Here, it's not hard to find those who've given up on Chinese pharmaceuticals and to hoping to buy from overseas from now on shall which we knew he doesn't. It hasn't been that long since the last incident like this, the inspection routines clearly don't work believe. We've been let down again and gain from milk powder to food safety to this vaccine scandal. It's all unsafe. They sent a guy if this hadn't been in the press, we would never phoned out purity. Inspections are China's state. Drug administration officials might feel little unfairly criticized for allowing this situation to develop after all. They were the ones who caught one of this country's big drug companies lying in its records. Following a flesh inspection Chong shown biotechnology was ordered to put a halt on its sub-standard production of a rabies vaccine. The company tried to reassure inspectors, but none of this batch of lift the factory. The en- later Drug administration offices discovered that two hundred and fifty thousand doses of an inferior diphtheria whooping cough and tetanus vaccine had already been sold. They had to be recalled. And now there is to be a major investigation Xu Jing heard deputy director of the state. Drug administration went on state television. Threatening criminal prosecution coming cheer, Young Australia time, we discovered that the company forged production and inspection records, these actions are serious violation of the law. And now the company itself has responded in an official statement Chaozhou about -nology. We'll call rates with drug regulators investigation the company deeply apologizes for this incident. This is all along way from China achieving its goal of becoming a reliable, global exporter of safe vaccines that report from Beijing buying Steven McDonnell..

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Steph Curry, Washington and Hockey discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Steph Curry, Washington and Hockey discussed on Jason and Alexis

"To go to tennessee today to campaign for republican senate candidate marsha blackburn yet another republicans leaving congress republican thomas garrett in a video released to the washington post said he's leaving congress to focus on recovering from alcoholism and to renew his commitment to family the announcement comes one week after he said during a news conference that he would not drop out of his midterm race in the video he says his alcoholism was known to those closest to him adding that he struggled with the decision to make it public it will be up to party leaders to pick a replacement for garrett in virginia's solidly republican fifth district colonel scott fox news to workers at a flight school in california are under arrest accused of kidnapping a chinese student pilots reading police say they got a phone call from tian xu she's brother in shanghai he said she told him some people threatened him and when he hadn't heard back from him the brother called the cops reading police found she at the municipal airport he told them out of fear he agreed to go with jonathan mcconnachie and kelsey hosur to head employees at a flight training school he'd been enrolled in they apparently told him he was here illegally and the us government wanted him out of the country and that they were going to send him back to china makovsky and jose were arrested at the airport and booked for conspiracy and kidnapping jose reportedly told police they were sending him back because his english wasn't strong enough for air traffic control jessica rosenthal paul fox news the golden state warriors are going to the nba finals for the fourth straight year playing cleveland for the fourth straight time rosca team over there so the other guys we got lock in on that sentences worry about that when we get home steph curry of the warriors beat the houston rockets on tnt in hockey vegas beat washington six four in game one of the.

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"xu" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

"Like again i'm i'm on your side of the fence year i'm not trying to be a contrarian and say that brands and culture don't matter i just them also a real pragmatic realist where i can even look at at clients that you know we didn't take on and which are which are obviously more than climbed to do take on the nature of business and i look at the environment and i'm like this is like decades and it doesn't look to be slowing down it looks like they keep having record year and another record year another growth and people you know while you right there is a war for talent on the other side there's a lot of people who need to work that needs that want to get to work and that even though they may not be and again i'm not talk about abusive i'm not talking about mao mao malfeasance or mouth and just saying it's not in a great area it's not exactly like the work environment is like you know they're they really are counting pennies to make margins and people are being paid for the transaction of work and effort but there isn't a lot of thought and how do you feel like this the job take it or leave it type of thing not in a negative way just in a pragmatic just daytoday look at the peak let the bus stop going to work type of thing yeah you know i guess maybe on what this conversation makes me realise that you'll i work for and i write for business leaders who aspire to greatness that they want xu you know build sustainable businesses they want to make a positive impact on the world they want to do meaningful work themselves and have the people who work for them do that also um and suit um there and that's probably to your point only a subset of all the other people's leaders who are out there um who are dissatisfied with running a business that makes a lot of money and so um i guess you know i would just say you i'm not for you this book is not for use idea is not for you and you know.

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"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"xu" Discussed on Slate's Represent

Slate's Represent

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on Slate's Represent

"Xu the as i mentioned earlier this episode of represent is brought to you by showtime lean away just one at in fact he's the very first african american woman to win me comey reading and now she created a brand new drama series until the time called the shy the shy is about life on the south side chicago were people and the families of the fiber community face consequences and hope as her life interfax lena is from chicago herself emissaries is also executive refi commie so obviously a big chicago name the shuttle's the real story that chicago south side and it's available to stream right now listeners can go to show time dot com and enter code represent the try it free month of that this is for new subscribers elite and the offer expires february first but showed i am dot com and the code is represent take the opportunity to watch this new sheriff in everyone's going to people up next a conversation with charles burnett a revered filmmaker who emerged from the period of groundbreaking black independent filmmaking known as the l a rebellion which took place from the late 1960s into the 1980s now if you're not familiar with brunettes work i highly suggest starting with killer of sheep it's a loose slice of wife drama about a poor family attempting to scrape by in watts la and you should also check out to sleep with anger his magical realist drama starring danny glover as an old friend who oversees is welcome with friends while visiting from out of town due to his sly trickster ways.

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"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"xu" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on WTRH

"For the heart dot org now back to our conversation with gene first of all chant i am so so sorry for the pain that you're experiencing an an a so sorry uh how i wish i could change the choices your husband made i do know that that god who created you does have a plan and purpose for you the bible even says i know the plans i have for you the plans to prosper you not to harm you plans to give you hope and a future so in spite of the actions of your husband for no reason that you can imagine if he decides he doesn't want to be married anymore and just chooses to four xu without giving you reason and i'm i'm confident that uh you head anticipation for the various holidays surely he would tried to contact me surely reap there's no reason why we shouldn't be in contact whether it's your birthday eight f christmas what whatever and ta that adds uh deeper deeper wounded nece and i'm just saying i i i hurt for you now the bible actually says and and i do love this purse it's one of my topped in verses from bible the lord is close to the brokenhearted and save so's who are crushed and spirit when you've been brokenhearted over this heaven chew it play have come have thing really bad depression anxiety and i've had panic at terek i've had the goal at the.

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"xu" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Xu the a secret mark levin a fell in love with who see schedule my fuck of the vis we have had bubba shy electrify love like when you love genetic iraq camp fit through your from scott expensive medal last night then cleared the decks sure base know it is reyes was weakening done miami styles that a styles style mm ah sure is he not they may be like ten of you by a bomb the best man dan you netanyahu the ghanaian dan third way.

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"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"xu" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Xu to jump shot those two things happened than you might have one of the best one to combos that we've seen in a long time and then the other question is can these to coexist peacefully happily sharing the limelight and that's always a big question i think with two young stars it show depressing how important durability is and i'm talking about like every sport adjusted to consequence because i it is so funny speculate about skillset potential narrative outcome and then at the end of the day it just comes down to hey is this guy going to be healthy enough and it's just this daca mocking other despoiled everything because you don't the player never gets to succeed or fail based on his own striky his ability to develop is skills how he gets along with his teammates as day and it just bombs me out yeah i can understand why does because we've already it's already i mean wouldn't we say that that's the essence of the process bombs us out everybody's heard all the time right getting them all together on the same court poor semi anke it didn't happen in time for him sam is now wandering deer if he still has i don't know which one of us has seen sam most recently i think he was spotted in the stands at us spurs or thunder game where was he he was spotted by the basketball internet in the stands kind of semi covert lee watching basketball with a shaved head looking like what you would look like if you were on some sort of post basketball sabbatical if you're like entering a monastery of some kind.

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"xu" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Uh xu say the founder of large hedge fund in the world uh ray dalai bridgewater associate for this that the spectrum is really really wide and uh i'm asking them the same question so for instance do you wanna know how these people say no more effectively and declined various things so they feel like they have more time or how they handle overwhelm wang zaidi you can spot patterns across all of them much much more easily so i think it's the easiest read an easiest to use and act upon book that i've written so far did you get to everybody you've needed to get to no no i didn't even at this point i still get plenty of rejection letters i wanted to uh there were so many people i wanna three jobs who outward did tune just couldn't get ahold of i mean ranging from people on the special operations world i've had a lot of exposure to that world but nonetheless got uh was unable to reach a lot of them uh for some obvious reasons and then uh you need it i mean dalai lama oprah there there are plenty howard stern there are plenty of people on the list who i couldn't reach or declined because they didn't have time or whatever it might be and uh some of the rejection letters were so good and so useful or as soon as i read that my name while i'm going to use that time that i included the in the book there are also uh templates that you can use for your own email and so on for saying notice things denominator tale some of the people who responded to you i did uh i found quite a few pattern on that rain is from for instance morning routine a very high percentage i would say eighty to ninety percent have some type of mindfulness practice and.

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"xu" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

"Had been introduced in california it was a very good wine from the get go but more importantly it really did capture people's imagination so by the mid70s there's for ideally labelled serag in california this coming out at a commercial level yes the first commercial serag in the modern era is 1974 in its joseph phelps vineyards by all accounts it is a pretty miserable wine the vineyard that it drew from within the napa valley it looked on paper like it would have been a good location for serag but it was barely close to the napa river it was a heavy claybased soil the vines never really did all that well they were terribly virus and walter xu the men who made that wind told me that it never colored up that the vines were losing their leaves well before he harvested and even when he did harvest it never really got two more than a dark resilient color um ten and a half percent alcohol did just doesn't sound like anything that we no one think of as serag for the next fifteen or twenty years they beat their head against not just this vineyard but vineyards that they subsequently planted down valley as they tried to kind of get after some of the elusive character of the vine that they loved in french sir us they kept on looking for what they called the pepper they wanted a wind that was really showing that brittan known aromatic quality and.

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"xu" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on WDRC

"A clear up some of it was clear to medical start clear peace credit card you need to cut up the credit cards you need live on a plan where you definitely are not spending anything into debt under any circumstances okay but if you're willing to do all of that and tighten up on the financial you been really lucy juicy on the money so you've gotten this mess oh yeah definitely made a big mistake y'all so you got to tighten up now a crucial part of you finish agreeing to finish school while you're in debt is more a knock on doing more damage be around tighten up and really get our act together and then see you try to make some progress on the debt but barmy when you come out start making forty five and then they start paying for you to finish up the other stuff cautioned nothing out of pocket while you're working boom you're gonna get up into the 70s 80s 90s then depending on what you're doing um you know i have as you finish that of than we got a really nice household income and the debt will be just you'll sleigh that that note that shows you get an income really you guys on knock this debt out pretty quick okay bubba yeah i think i think you're really thought this through and this is a good example of were education make xu considerable money because it's gonna make you a marketable in have a very very marketable degree field to uh you know completely changed your income so is it worth five grand in a year yes for sure it's worth that and as it worth delaying you'd the rest some of your other financial goals to get this going because this gives you a shovel to really.

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"xu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That you save money in and that's therefore your health care later in life and if you do have an hsa interfere contrary renew one mixture sure that you have the ability to move it with you if you change jobs because it's a great idea but you want to make sure their portable which means that if you believe that job or your terminated that you can take it with you and move it to the new place where you'll be working or keep it in a separate account for yourself later these are all very important things that that you want to think of about and regardless of how you pay for this yourself it's important get educated about what the options are now if you're gonna stay at home and you want to receive care at home because us to say that a certain condition like a aneurysm had this happened to a fifty year old fifty xu's fifty seven year old jeddah aneurysm all of a sudden in the next thing you know she needs some assistance at home doing certain tasks that she can no longer do ourselves it lodge she can do and she's a fighter and she's working through it but there's is something she can do she needs help so she's going to have to pay for that help out of her own money unless she is able to get these other options we're gonna talk about here later so right now she's paying for it herself it's going to be coming out of these different accounts i'm talking about an you wanna think about where do you take it from and one of the tax implications of doing that and what write offs do i get and how do i had always do that he's a types of things that we talk about and deal with the seems like now on a weekly basis but anyway self paying is one wait a do it another way to do it which a lotta people never think about and this is a huge benefit for so many people that they don't even know about and this is through the va the veterans administration and there have so many different options for people who qualify for it and i.

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"xu" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Exploring topics in small withdrawn in insight tom she'll lose show oh yes tom xu back with the tom is shilue show our three hey three three eight five two four eight six six is the number and guess what brian racist joining us now comedian audience warm up guy for late night was seth meyer's how's the shogun over there everything's gone grey tire happy to be back thanks for having me who saw you going to walk across the street it's not obey commute and also audience warmer guy forget felt i'd the show the we did agree did a great show ratings were very high you know we'd be we'd be waters world and the demo well you know we brought in the eye candied up yes we did tom show lou sitting right next to greg some people thought it might have been uh uh you know hercules given sorbo but it was announced shallow that brings in the young ladies to a you're good a team you'll get wrecked works out well yes yes so you when you came in the studio you might have heard me interviewing jaakko willink his book is discipline equals freedom a field manual and which i think of some of his advice will first day he's a navy seal right yeah so i have complete respect for anyone that served dan we thank you for doing that will south you're prefacing to slam him a slam on but emulate design have you know just don't want that yet discipline yeah if we had discipline in what areas in our lives won't be perfect but we don't it's not just easy enough to say don't donate that don't at one of the is this plane crashes i would have been happy that i ate that doughnut that's interesting that's other my left i'm looking up his critics say retired navy seal officer his other books extreme ownership the way of the warrior that's why that guy's his success be.

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"xu" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Palace anytime anywhere basically we just can't get enough of young okay stephen just pound before a metsu june to mention that finance xu okay so you it was nice to meet them bonner never see gang no abridged to this day in a row foley is no girls oh old yes so far only go so low hilo on laura your full by on his show she is go a new so skimmed alone no no ooh no dear gazprom as the day and let's see them that is why i love you can.

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"xu" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"xu" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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