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Getting More For Our Healthcare Dollar with Jill Yegian
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw Marquez here and the privilege of hosting Jill the again she launched Gigi and help insights in two thousand eighteen providing consulting services to clients and healthcare and philanthropy. Dr Yan has held leadership positions in a variety of health care organizations in each she has focused on applying expertise in health policy payment and delivery to problems and opportunities most recently she served as vice president for public policy and strategic initiatives at Brown and Toland physicians. A large independent practice association in the San Francisco Bay area her background and PhD is in health services and policy analysis from. The University of California Berkeley and prior to the work that she's done she also served thirteen years with the California Healthcare Foundation where she worked to improve the California's financing and delivery system for healthcare, which is what we're going to be talking about today. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT ACCESS WE'RE GONNA be talking about rising costs and things that we could be doing and thinking about US healthcare leaders and making it better. So with that, I want to go ahead and open up the microphone to jail and really give you a warm welcome and thanks for joining us so glad you're here Jill You saw it's great to be here. I really enjoy listening to your podcast and I'm really happy to be a part of it. Oh. Awesome. So glad you're here and and so you know one of the things that I love asking and I'm curious about is what inspires you. With your work in healthcare. So so from my perspective, it really what gets me up in the morning is collaboration to improve outcomes and increased value. I just feel like there's so much opportunity to make the system work better for patients for practitioners for those who are paying the bill and for taxpayers to, and that could be in terms of higher quality. More access lower costs more equitable, a better a patient or even provider experience lots of different aspects of improvement that are possible in our current system. You know, I've always been really interested in systems and interdisciplinary approaches to solving problems both undergraduate and graduate degrees are interdisciplinary bringing together economics political science and sociology ought to inform US systems perspective in. So now I have an opportunity to work. At the intersection of delivery finance and in policy and I think that's really important because changing policy may not result in the change on the ground. For example, changing expanding health insurance coverage won't create access to care if there aren't enough providers in a rural community or if reimbursement is is too low. So it's really important to think about a systems perspective that brings together different aspects to solve problems. Yeah I really think that's a great approach in a great way to think about this is you're right. You know if they increase access, there might not be enough people in the delivery aspect but then there's the financial piece that I think a lot of people are are concerned about in this country a lot of employers a lot of the even policymakers right where the concerned about it We'll touch on this folks. So don't worry about I'm curious from from your end Jill. What's the thing that's held you back in the past that you've conquered. That's a great question. So I would say that. It's really most recent related to starting again health insights. I've been an employee for most of my life and the transition to having my own company really required taking some risks So there's a lot less security and predictability. It's not always clear. What next year is going to bring and sometimes even next month earlier in my career I would say I probably wasn't as comfortable with that level of of uncertainty and I also didn't have the same level of confidence in my abilities and and I feel like all that is really come together at this point where I have a breadth of knowledge and experience I have confidence I'm comfortable with the uncertainty. And the variety in this world is fabulous being able to work with a whole array of clients on a whole array of issues and and make contributions in an array of different areas. No. That's A. that's a really great thing to share Joel I. Mean I know a lot of people listening today have had that. Challenge or are currently experiencing a and and so what is it? That got you to to make the move? It was an array of different circumstances that really lead to things falling into place. So I'm at a point in my career where I really have a pretty long checklists for what would really make me very excited about getting out of bed, and so the ability to make contribution is really a significant part of that and on the combination of flexibility autonomy variety and mission was best when in in the with creating my own company. So that's the path that I've taken and and I have really enjoyed.
Abducted toddler reunited with parents 32 years later.
"A CHINESE MAN. Who was stolen from his family as a toddler has been reunited with his parents after thirty two years. Mao. Yan was snatched in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when he was walking home from nursery with his father aged. Just two and a half. He's parents finally embraced him again on Monday afternoon. In the western city of Chia where he was born after vanished. He's mother Li Jing Z. Quit her job and launched a decades long search for her son that included sending out more than one hundred thousand flies and appearing on numerous television shows after more than three decades tip off in late April finally led to that long awaited reunion. Police received information about a boy from Sheehan who had been sold to a family. Just over three hundred and seventy miles away for six thousand yen. State media reported authorities utilized facial recognition technology to help with the search using toddler photos to create a possible photofit of the adult now and comparing the image to ones in a national database. Dna tests confirmed Malian's identity and on the tenth of May Mother's Day in China. Police told Li that her son had been found. This is the best gift I have ever got. On Mother's Day. She was quoted as saying officials arranged the reunion for just a week later in front of a sizeable crowd and ranks of television cameras. Mao who've been waiting in a side room ran towards his mother when the door was opened. The family embraced all weeping and mouse father. Maoz djing gently kissed his sons forehead. He had lost seen his son when the toddler asked for water and they stopped at the entrance of a hotel to get some renamed. Goon Ning Mao had been brought up in the city of Mianyang in neighbouring Sichuan Province. Without any idea he was the target of a decades long high-profile surge. Child kidnapping has been a problem in China for decades. Some of the miners snatched from their parents have been directly exploited by adult criminals and coerced into begging pickpocketing forced labour all the sex trade others have fed a market for DOPP. Dis both among Chinese couples. Who want to son and from ages seeking the lodge donations that foreign adoptive parents are obliged to make abductors have included family. Planning authorities who under China's one child policy had powers to seize children from parents who exceeded their quotas.
"yan" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"West. It's kind of like the sentiment of us against them and this is a very physical manifestation of that idea that some other party hurt us. The Chinese they brought the sand and now we're suffering but hey look at us we've beaded. Come around the corner and our helping everyone else. I mean. This is a narrative that plays really well to the Chinese it goes well with Xi Jinping's China dream. You know this idea that the renewed Chinese nation is a reborn player on the world stage. You know it's something that they have been very keen to tout right. And meanwhile in the United States people are raising questions about whether it could have resulted from an accidental Nada Unintentional. Release from these labs in Wuhan. I assume that matter is getting no discussion in China or has it had any and had very little officially China's obviously denied that particular. Line the lab. That's been pointed to. That's in question is really close to the seafood. Market where experts think. The virus may have jumped from animals to humans. And so there's a lot of circumstantial evidence around this particular virus lab and nothing very concrete that stands it up and it's very interesting to think about but it's also one. It's it's one of many many many origin theories and some of these people. I talked to Han. Have some very detailed ideas of where they think. The virus came from one woman at another seafood. Mart told me that she had heard it came from a man who is selling wild ducks a managed seventy since died. There are a lot of different ideas and somebody else said that the US line was absolutely true because how else why else the USB suffering so badly if they hadn't brought the virus who did I mean. Some of the logic doesn't necessarily make sense but there are many many theories floating about how this started white came and everyone's trying to figure out patient zero scientists. I'm sure would love to know exactly what happens from the studies that have been released. The virus there are viruses that have been found in bats that are very similar to the one that's now infected humans so there's some thinking that it came from bats maybe through some sort of intermediary host animal before it went on to humans but none of that is fully determined yet. You mentioned this seafood market at which the virus is believed to have. I jumped species We hear a lot about what are called wet markets in China. What's the deal with that? What are they? What do we know about the market in Wuhan where this supposedly happened or wet? Markets China are part of the fabric of daily life. It's sort of like the western equivalent to a local farmer's market. The particular seafood market in. Wuhan were experts thing. This virus emerged has been shut down its Wrapped in police take and patrolled by police. So it's not going to be allowed to open for a very long time. Perhaps if ever there's a move to get some of those vendors set up in other markets Sir. Just remember that. This is a place where many people in China by their groceries leafy Greens cuts pork. A lot of the multifunction has wholesale market supplying rice and spices meats to local restaurants into other or other grocery stores for the most part. These markets conduct legitimate business and they can be fun places to visit. But it's also where trade in wildlife can occur often. These animals are raised on farms and then brought into this market where they're sold in border at the moment temporarily banned the trade and consumption of exotic meats and I went to a few markets. And that's that is the case. A lot of stalls at previously sold now ban needs are no longer selling their signs have been covered up so they're no longer offering things like frog and turtle and wildlife farms are also being forced to close down. But the big problem here is that the Chinese government still allows the trade in Houston animal parts in traditional Chinese medicine and these are alternative remedies that are meant to cure all sorts of ailments and these us things from print extracts leg dried orange peel honeysuckle to animal ingredients like bear. Bile Goat Horn and this is a part of Chinese culture that Beijing has been really keen to promote including for use in the current virus to combat that particular disease into. It's part of this broader soft power. Push around the world especially along the belt and road in conflicting situation. It's hard for China to fully ban the sale and use of wildlife because on one hand. Okay they're saying that they WANNA get rid of the consumption in deal with a wet market issue but on the other hand. They're allowing use for this traditional Chinese medicine industry which is huge so it just gets harder for the government to regulate into track. What's really going on and so going forward. It's a big question in terms of whether or not China can properly manage all this all right. We will leave it there Sophia Yan thank you for taking a few minutes out of your very busy isolation schedule to chat with US and bring us up to speed. Thanks for having been the law fair. Podcast is produced in cooperation with the Brookings Institution. You should do your part to promote the law fair. Podcast tweet about it. Sherrod on facebook ten US on Pinterest and of course leave us a rating and review at whatever pod catcher. You found us on the law fair. Podcast is produced and edited by Gen. Pot you howl. It was recorded this week by Ian Enwright of Goat Rodeo and of course our music is performed by our guest so fia yeah and as always thanks for listening..
"yan" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"We talked about the Chinese economy and how it is recovering and suffering. It's the law fair. Podcast April Twenty Eighth Sophia Yan reports from quarantine in Beijing Sophia. Start by telling us where you are and why well. I've just come back to Beijing. I'm under quarantine in my house and it's because I recently traveled to and from John which is the ground zero at the corner virus outbreak You'll remember that's where the first cases emerged late last year. And because China it's still grappling with this pandemic a lot of measures now including you've quarantine restrictions are still here in place to make sure that a second wave is prevented at least the Bacon Tracking that are coming back so a lot of people in the United States. Who were under lockdown here? You say I'm under quarantine in Beijing. And they think oh I'm under quarantine in Washington or I'm under quarantine in in New York but when you say quarantine you mean something a little bit different from what we mean here when we say it. So what does quarantine in Beijing involve run? Pretty fortunate I think to build a quarantine in my house. A lot of people who live with others if you've got family or housemates than you have to quarantine at a government facility. They're usually hotels so for me. I I literally cannot leave my house. I can't go out to take out the trash. I can't go to get packages. There brought to my door by neighborhood. Committee Enabled Party Committee that oversees my particular residential complex. And there's even a alarm at my door so every time I opened my door it pains this woman. Who's in charge of my building? Just my building in my compound so she knows exactly when the door opens and closes and I know because on my first night I opened the door to put out my trash so once the day they come by to take my rubbish and take my recycling so I was putting out the night before and the moment I did it. I close the door and a few seconds later. This woman who's in charge of my building messages me. She's a did you open your door. I said well yes I had to put out the trash so since then every time I do need to open my door for the trash or to get grocery delivery or things like that I always messenger to be like. I'm already my door because they take it very seriously. It makes sense. There's this concern that a second wave of infections which have started to come might mean the disease spreads even more widely Time around so be very very careful. You are in your apartment and you said. Most people are quarantined at government facilities. What does the government facility quarantine involved like if you were if you had family members living with you and you were required to go to one of these hotels? How is that different from home? Quarantine other than that. You don't have your piano. Rolly restrictions are largely the same. They also can't leave and so most of US facilities are hotels that have been re purposed for that use and so these people who are in that situation might colleagues and friends have gone through that kind of quarantine They also can't leave their hotel rooms and so for all of us no matter where you are at home or in one of these hotels use this according to you facility. A few times a day you have to report your temperature. And there's a certain people assigned to your case so doctors in a kind of like a representative. Who's taking care of you and just making sure that you do do that. Full fourteen days so that that person for me is this woman. I mentioned before who knows every time I opened my door. And so I'm nearing the end of this fourteen day period and I have to undergo a second nucleic acid test to determine whether or not I have the virus the first one I did back in Wuhan and that was a requirement for me to leave the city so I was there Right before the lockdowns officially lifted and through that period after the lockdown sorta to eased in early April and even after the lockdowns came out on there was a restriction of how many people could come back to Beijing so it was a thousand people a day and there was a lottery system to get a train ticket to return and so to even get in the lottery system. You had to show a clean bill of health and go through a virus test so I had to go to a hospital to show that I wasn't positive With those results than I could apply for this train ticket lottery with that I could finally come back to Beijing and from there. I was just escorted to different points to take personal details register my temperature and all of this. I was escorted all the way to my door. So it's this whole process that everyone had to go through in this quarantine in Beijing. Fourteen days it started to extend it. There's an extra seven day in some parts of China it's fourteen days in a government facility plus another fourteen at home depending where you are because again they're trying to battle the second wave and this applies for both domestic travel and international travel. So if you if you fly to China now you are at the airport removed and put in a quarantine hotel right. Yeah right now. The borders closed to foreigners who have eased as To China can't come in so if you were coming back you would have to.
Smell and Taste Loss Linked to Coronavirus in New UCSD Health Study
"Southern California doctors conduct the first study which links loss of smell to coronavirus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually
Ratana Stephens, CEO of Natures Path: When it comes to business and people, I'm a lioness
"You've been called that heart and soul of. Nature's Pat when you hear that. What does that mean when you think about how you era what is the heart and soul on when you go through difficulties then you see other people going through difficulty you have empathy. You feel for them because you yourself have gone through so my grandmother's very empathetic. And since I was brought up by her he was always there when people needed her in happiness and in sorrow I learned a lot from her and I to. What was the decision like to move to Canada in life? Then you surrender snowed decision. I've fell in love. I love my husband still after fifty years. That's a big feet congrats. A lot of people can't say that right now in close quarters. Oh yes we do. Have Disagreements on misunderstand me we definitely do but after you know discussing after getting a little bit annoyed become to conclusion that what we are talking maybe a different ways different aspects but became to the same conclusion rb agree based dom in the pros and cons and sit tolerance. You have to tolerate an accept. The percents find view. An that's what we have done and I'm grateful that has lasted that long and I think he's going to last longer one of the things that we were reading about with you. Is that as you sort of? Found Yourself as an entrepreneur. You also were trying to raise a young family and young children and WanNa talk a little bit about how you achieved any semblance of balance and I use the word balance kind of in quotes because I think we talk a lot about on the show that that's kind of a myth when people talk about work life balance but walk us through what those early days were like You know running a restaurant and having a young family you know. Tv Ago. When I was giving influential woman of in Business Award Kuenssberg there. My husband was there and of course. I thanked them and what I said. Your mother was always there. Bundy needed her but she was not there when you wanted her when they needed me when I felt it's very important for them to have me near them emotionally intellectually Charles there. If our daughters. She is a lyric soprano. Most of the time I took her to the lessons I take out some little time to take her to school. If they're teachers wanted talk to me to something I was Elvis there. So it's very hard when you're in business and when you have a beautiful young family is hard but you make sure in the time of needs dear family comes first when you and your husband eventually decided to continue following this entrepreneurial side of both of you and built nature's path. Did you talk about like this is how we're going to divide and conquer? This is what you're good at this good at talk to us a little bit about how that works. Aaron is in a leader. He is very good in marketing. And I felt I connect with people more so than he does because US artists is entrepreneur is in a waiter as more soul in marketing. So what I did. After livestream was sold I took securities course just to find out how this finances work on how you also cheap. And he supported me for three months. I Wa ause an investment banker or you call it stockbroker and after that. I told my manager. I said I'm sorry I can't work. He said why you could have meant you know how they talk about. Meeting held off a great broker. I said you know you're right but my family and my marriage is very important. Yes I learned finances. I love people and I learned how to work with people were producing so operation also came under my wings finance out so came. Hr only thing that we shared together. What sales who did you guys go to for advice when I think back on the health space you know thinking about the seventies even the nineties it's just boomed in the past few decades there? I'm assuming wasn't the same type of information or resources or networks when you guys were starting out were there people. That were mentors. When you couldn't figure something out. Who did you go to? You know my husband used say breadth nigh uncommon common sense. I didn't understand that before Moore I could find. With whom Sir was willing to give me advice. I would listen. Use my common sense and go forward. Why do you think he called it? Uncommon Common Sense. I know because probably he felt that I I have common sense which he has not found another. I WANNA stop at this first second and talk about it because what you're talking about is something that Dan Yan. I can relate to a lot which is very much when we talk about our own story and talk about going up and asking like very simple questions. And if you don't understand something you figure it out you ask the people who can help you figure it out. I think there's a lot of reasons why people don't necessarily do that but would away you talked about your story. It's almost so simple. So I'm laughing at how your husband phrased it because I think it's such a spot on description for those that are listening. That are thinking about being an entrepreneur themselves. What is your advice about? How to tap into the uncommon common sense? You know one thing. I also forgot to tell you that I read books. I love biographies whether business biography. Whether biography of well known politicians are well known saints. Demean the inspire. You you feel that what they have gone through and how they have come out of it. Are these lessons for you and for me for everybody because no life is obvious straight whether in politics weather and business weather in any spheres you know in Hinduism and Judaism Islam Christianity. We see the inspiring. Bahir read the inspiring stories. Some of them. Most of them are wonderful. So yes I think. I give uncommon common sense. I give credit to the family the society and to the woman who brought me up.
"yan" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"A blockbuster episode for Euro Bash Episode Seventy Tree as we're joined by Dr Until Peo- Yan and Pedro Carvalho. How're you know McGrath? I'm a bit bad way after reading of twenty twenty. I'M GONNA. Yeah I'm I'm actually going to form my brain. We're earlier than normal. My brains a little bit all over the. Place de l as you know like a warming oh process for me usually hits peak conversation and there was actually a pretty fair. I'll give you that one. So it's been a model of admirers. All over the place with the fights on cantaloupe central to San back in in the office and someone they more than all over the place but yeah I am coffee boo. That sounds you sound ridden. I think usually when we deal with this energy I think soy as you might because fantastic Darren tail interview. People are going to hear a full ten minutes and we finally got him. We bagged the SCOUSER. Yeah we did do you think. The listeners gave 'em pair pressure after last week's episode when we were saying about his somewhat speak of the devil taxed there. Another one of the screen shots yet. Maybe there is. He's very friendly. Maybe listen to the episode. When I'm screaming these laws are ambit. Aluminum need to help. It was a helpless dire. Entail your only hope boredom. Yeah huge again affords opposite. Uc Too far eight K. joy. One twelve was insane as well. Oh it was doing best to watch them at this wedding bought at tremendous as we know. Willie dying and you want to. Jake probably wanted to great as for its ever at the weekend. Absolutely incredible shown from both of them. Scheidt and it was It was really hard to tally. One that for you at the very end had absolutely no idea and what way it was going to go and we'll be talking about that more later. Boredom shall we hit up the latest news headlines Kyodo Yan needs Marland Maurois and the main event of UFC Kazakhstan on July June thirteenth. Excuse me cereal. Gun is out of his his meeting with.
"yan" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"The word surveillance has a negative connotation the one area where people use surveillance as a unambiguous positive is public health arena. Where they you know they talk about surveillance as a good thing and this. Is those two worlds colliding where you actually have the surveillance state using surveillance in the most negative sense of the term for public health surveillance in a in a way that is not wholly negative. All these masks are gonNA really mess up the facial recognition and a algorithms You know color devastating all right all right so Lisa. You were talking before about the structural lack of functioning of coordinating mechanisms in the US. Federal government and their impact on an environment. Like this select. Bring that down to brass tacks for EXA- for a minute like what? What do you mean by that in real terms so give you two concrete examples of that you referenced? The job I held his White House Homeland Security and counterterrorism adviser. That job was created after nine. Eleven to have one person in the White House focused a hundred percent of his or her time. Twenty four seven on issues like terrorism. Cyber threats pandemic disease natural disasters things that have a direct and immediate impact on the homeland. the national security adviser focuses on national security foreign policy issues but after nine eleven president. George W Bush thought important to have a senior person in the White House directly immediately accountable to him on these transnational threat issues with a direct impact on the homeland so created the Homeland Security Adviser President saw the wisdom of that role and kept it and occupied it for the entirety of his second term. And what was your nickname in that capacity? My nickname was doctor doom and as the Portfolio implies I did not have a lot of good news to deliver him Every day and I met with them every morning and I rarely had any good news to give them so. That's that's how I got that nickname but the point of the role was to have somebody who has responsibility to be thinking about these issues every day. And when something really bad happens to coordinate the government's policy and other responses to it and in the case of Ebola that as you pointed out that was my role but I also had lots of other on my to do list throughout that time it was also the time when Isis was on the rise. Any number of things were going on so the president also ended up appointing in a bulla response. Coordinator Ron claimed who did a fantastic job. And at the end of all of the Full of response got under control etc. Ron said to the president. You should never have to appoint another kind of disease. Czar and he recommended that there be a unit inside the National Security Council a Pandemic Preparedness Unit. That is focused on these types of whether it's flu whether it's Ebola whether it's corona virus and so we set up a structure where we had a global health security entity in unit within the National Security Council. Just like we have one for counterterrorism like we have one first cyber Issues and that is a structure that was put in place to be constantly thinking about these issues and preparing for them those two issues homeland security advisor role. This pandemic preparedness unit within the National Security Council. Those of both been dismantled in the last three years said the role that I occupied in that President. George W Bush had somebody in that role for all eight years of his presidency. President Obama had that role filled for eight years. That role has now been erased. The name little little quiz for you Ben. Can you name the Homeland Security and counterterrorism adviser? No I've I aware that your successor Tom. Bossert was dismissed or and my impression is that it has not been filled sense. Is that right I effectively? It hasn't I think they had a person function at that. Deputy level at one point But I think it's it's now been raised right So you don't have somebody who is At the most senior level in the White House who's talking to the president every day about these issues and more importantly you no longer have this pandemic preparedness unit within the White House That's been dismantled. The very capable of Rear Admiral. Tom Zima who had occupied. That role was reassigned. A couple years ago and that unit has been disbanded. So you don't have the kind of the arm of government that the kind of engine of government the experts the subject matter expertise resident in the National Security Council focused on these issues one hundred percent of the time. Even though we've got those things for other threats terrorism cyber you name it and pandemic disease is something that very knowledgeable and thoughtful folks Believe is the thing that will kill the most people in the shortest amount of time over the next ten years. Sophia I if I were the Chinese government right now In addition to putting together Lego hospitals and and seeking to manage a one point four billion people's movements and interactions with one another. I would also be super sens- sensitive about information flows Because they are dealing with this apparent discontent. Among large numbers of people and eruptions have expressed anger. They recently expelled. A bunch of the Wall Street Journal reporters Which is you know a move. They do periodically and I'm curious to what extent that is or is not connected to this larger environment in which they operate that expulsion China expelled three Wall Street Journal. Reporter's got five days to get out of the country in its community killing a Lotta with just one stone heart of it is in retaliation to the world outside of China to the. Us announced a few days ago which was decided it would treat five major. Chinese state run media organizations basically as an extension of the Chinese government requiring them to disclose information to the State Department about what they're doing in the US but at the same time. China remember is dealing with the public anger issue at home about the government's response so there is the sense that this move to expel. The foreign. Reporters is a way to distract. And it's a way to redirect public anger over how the Chinese government handled or is handling the epidemic to stoke this anti-foreign very nationalist sentiment at home and it's something that they've been fanning. Carlisle says it was upset about this opinion piece of the Wall Street Journal had published. It had a headline that was Kinda is the real sick man of Asia and if you around in China a lot of people they will talk about the doe that this headline was published by an American newspaper and so they have done a lot of messaging but the Chinese government about this particular issue and so by putting this blame you know saying. Hey we're trying to best we can but you know outside world you're just poking holes at us and you're hurting us were when we're already on the ground you know like a bit of a wounded animal reacting. I think it's a way to distract from how people here are feeling because they can harness that that energy of people being upset to this other issue. That's kind of a tried and true when that China falls back on all the time US versus them. So it's interesting to see how it's all played out because they were very public about it with different about this expulsion compared to other ones that we've seen recently a foreign journalists is that China announced it very clearly they did it at the daily press briefing that the Foreign Ministry holds so they wanted the world to know often they don't they simply just don't renew your press accreditation so it's not a very public very loud affair. It's just something that happens and they just kind of you know they're like oh well you know times up for you. This is very different. They clearly wanted to make a statement and I think it does different things that accomplish different goals for China at home and abroad as Donald. Trump would say we will see what happens. Sophia Yan Lisa Monaco. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you extend the law fair. Podcast is produced in cooperation with the Brookings Institution. Hey all we need you.
"yan" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Properly so the scale of this in some respects. We don't have the full picture. I agree with what sophy I just said I think early. On the mortality rate that people are focusing on was about to percents And roughly in the same range as SARS right in the past SARS epidemic that China also dealt with about a decade ago and there are some folks who think that some of the information flow within and from China is such that. It's it's hard to tell. Just how much confidence we should have in that two percents number and a Sufi indicated. There is some reason to think that it's it's picking up. I think the bottom line of this is and I said this and the piece that I wrote for Law Fair on the corona virus. We need to be quite humble about what we know at this juncture vis-a-vis the legality and the incubation period. Etcetera of of the virus was fair enough. But it's fair to say that the epidemic that you dealt with was a very high lethality relatively low transmissibility event or or organism and this one is a very high transmissibility and comparatively low lethality. Though we don't know how low I think that's I think that's fair. In the in the other issue is the mode of transmission is obviously quite important right the fact that this is a a respiratory virus communicable which we know vis-a-vis droplets through sneezing and coughing. That makes it a much more difficult. I think to to address transmissibility issues. All right so let's turn to. We've talked a little bit about the Chinese government response. I WANNA come back to that in a moment but let's talk about the US government response Donald Trump said publicly. That were doing just fine. And it's all going to go away when it warms up anyway and Wilbur. Ross the commerce secretary suggested this may be good for US manufacturing. I am curiously search for your sense of first of all how the changes in posture to address it that that have taken place since you laughed but also power we doing in the preventing. What is a clearly epidemic level Infection RATE IN CHINA FROM SPREADING. Here in a way. That is more than incidental. So I'll I'll take this first from kind of a release zoom out posture right. The administration the current administration in my view is not approached pandemic disease like the Corona Virus and other emerging infectious diseases with the with the type of priority that. I think it deserves because I think pandemic Ziza's is one of the greatest threats to global stability and security that that we can face and we're seeing some of the ramifications of that. Why do I think they haven't placed the right priority on it there? I think there's a few data points here one the budget which is the best edition of prioritization They've historically cut prevention funding to things like the Centers for Disease Control. And although there are some indications that they're changing that posture. A little bit in the latest budget Organizationally they have gutted the structures that have been put in place over time to address things like emerging infectious disease both in the White House and elsewhere. So that I don't think they're looking at it as on par with other National Security and homeland security threats. And that's dangerous right because you can't turn on a dime and be prepared for something that one of the foremost experts in this country on these issues Tony Voucher. Who's at the National Institutes of Health. Has said is on the cusp of becoming a pandemic right right. Now we're talking about epidemic But it is on the cusp of coming up here. So you've gotTa have those structures in place at the Front End So that you're not playing catch up all the time so I think that's I think it's it's profoundly dangerous that We've kind of backslid from the ability to coordinate. A response and the coordination pieces is critical. Because think of all the things we've just talked about visa via Bola and that you'd want to have in place and be able to put in place. Should we start seeing more spread here and other places around the world? Those don't involve just one single agency right this. It involves everything from border issues to screening questions. To in some instances we had a massive deployment of of military capability into West Africa to help the Africans control the spread of Ebola. All of these things have to interact and be coordinated. You can't do that with kind of one in name. What seems to be in name? Only Task Force of the trump administration has said they've created a corona taskforce headed by secretary as are the secretary of Health and Human Services. There was that announcement a few weeks ago. But we haven't seen anything else. Come from that. We don't know how that's running what's being done and you know as capable and individuals secretaries are may be He's got a full cabinet agency to run and the Department of Defense doesn't take orders from secretary. Days are all right so just in case people who are listening. Say Yeah Hindsight's twenty twenty at the time you left government. I believe it was the first piece you wrote after leaving government was a piece for law fair warning about exactly. This issue too is kind of pretty clearly addressed to your successor. Who of course has since been removed? I'm curious you know but you basically said this is the issue that took us by surprise. Don't let it take you by surprise. Is it fair to say that this is not a hindsight issue? This is something the administration a should have been had every reason to know to worry about including that you told them you gotta worry about this. Yes and it's actually something. We focused on in the transition. So it wasn't only the peace and you're right. It was the first thing I wrote After leaving government and born of profound concern of the types of transnational threats. At Work Getting I. I always assumed that that piece was a public version of a transition memo that you road. Yeah and in transition ma'am. It was included in transition members but it also importantly was part of a exercise. Right up a a tabletop. Exercise that we conducted with the outgoing administration national security team and the incoming national security team. So this was done. I believe in the last week or two of the Obama administration in January twenty seventeen and it is a I can't claim credit for doing this. I actually was taking a page out of the Bush. Two Obama transition which I also was a part of because at the time in two thousand eight thousand nine. I was the chief of staff to then little known. Washington lawyer named Bob Muller and I so I participated in the transition of administration that rule from the Bush administration to the Obama Administration. And something that I think President George W. Bush did he played a very high priority on this. He directed his team to have a very professional. Comprehensive handover and part of that. And it's something. President Obama later talked about that he really valued and part of that process was sitting down for multiple hours. The incoming and outgoing teams national security team sat down and through a series of scenarios. If you will to say here's the types of issues. We the outgoing team faced. Here's some of the issues that were on the table. How we approach them lessons that we learned and talked through with their successors to kind of give them the benefit of their experience in their insights. So that they're not reinventing the wheel when they confronted these issues and you talked about this specifically in those contacts and we did the same thing so in my fast forward to two thousand seventeen as the homeland security adviser. I was responsible for Certain aspects of the transition between administrations obviously notably the homeland security focused pieces of them and I organized and Co chaired with my successor. At the time Tom Bossert a exercise a tabletop a series of scenarios. Where we we got in a huge room in the old executive office building on the White House complex and literally sat down side by side with the incoming trump national security team or those who had been named or or kind of anointed as such and we had all of the outgoing national security cabinet members of their deputies and we walked through a series of scenarios and we specifically included a pandemic disease scenario. In fact it was flew a new strain of flu. Was the hypothetical that we worked through precisely because I was and we were so concerned about this issue. So we've talked about Ebola the thing if you talk to homeland security experts and public health officials. The thing they are most concerned about is a new strain of flu precisely because it is so communicable in fact I was moderating a panel yesterday at Nyu Law School for the recenter online security. That I'm a senior fellow at and on that panel was Howard Zucker. Who is the Commissioner of Public Health for the State of New York And he talked about the state's approach to preparedness for Corona Virus. But he really emphasized that thing. They're most concerned about is flu. Right all right so sophia. Let's compare this sense of the. Us government response to the much more difficult problem that the Chinese government has faced and how they've dealt with it they don't do the whole you know peaceful transition of power thing. At least I was describing but they do have a precursor to this like Lisa had to deal with a Ebola. They had to deal with SARS. It's roughly in the same timeframe a little bit earlier again. This couldn't have taken them completely by surprise Their initial response seems to have been to cover it up and now they are have sort of snapped into action. So how would you describe the the trajectory of the Chinese government response so far so in the beginning it seems like local officials in China? Maybe already knew what was going on but hadn't reported fully to higher authorities. No it's a. It's a bureaucratic system. I mean it isn't one party system but they're the way it's set up. Is that if you as a local official. I mean. It's your job manager patch. If you don't do that very that might mean you lose on the next promotion. And so that's why you see things like maybe data massaging when it comes to the economy or things like this so it seems like there may have been some disconnect in terms of how quickly local officials accident whether it was deliberate re capacity. Inexperience shoe. That's not clear eventually. Obviously the central government got wind of this and there are requirements in China at the local level to report when they're more than five cases up to the national level so there is a mechanism to be tracking sorts of health occurrences and where the risks.
Aceh's Wonder Woman: Cut Nyak Dhien
"Today's warrior fought to maintain the independence of her land holding her own against an enemy with seemingly endless resources her military leadership leadership and guerrilla tactics defied norms for an aristocratic woman at the time. Let's talk about cut knocked yet. You cut knocked. Yan was born in eighteen. Forty eight in ave a western province in modern day Indonesia. She was part of an aristocratic Islamic family at that time. Indonesia faced invasion and colonization from many countries including the Netherlands whose ships I arrived in the sixteenth at century in eighteen hundred the Dutch established a colony in the region called the Dutch. East indies the history of Dutch colonialism in the country is this complex in eighteen twenty four. The British turned over some of their colonized Indonesian territory to the Netherlands in exchange for the Dutch agreeing to respect act act as independence but with European colonialism. In full swing soon other powers began to surpass the Netherlands and threaten to take over the Dutch east indies at Shea was rich and resources like black pepper oil so in the early eighteen seventies. The Netherlands decided to try to expand their control control of Indonesia breaking the previous agreement with the British. The resulting war lasted decades. Uh cut knocked yen was living in a major city and was married to a well known ARISTOCRAT. She was widely liked and was well known for her beauty cut. Knack Dion wanted wanted to participate in the fight but her husband refused after his death. A leader in the guerrilla army asked cut yene to marry him. She agreed read but only on the condition that she could also lead armies against the Dutch cut knocked yen's acute military strategy culture. People hold their own. They fought with traps and ambushes while the Dutch struggled with more traditional tactics including naval attacks to try to gain the upper hand the achieved some some impressive victories including killing of one of the major Dutch generals. Cutting acting was dedicated to the fight. Even after her second husband died the conflict she continued to fight against the Dutch. The Achebe gained more sophisticated technology over the course of the war. But it didn't prove to be enough in nineteen o five. The Dutch caught the army by surprise captured. Act and senator into exile in West Java. They wanted to ensure sure that she couldn't reignite resistance in Indonesia cut knocked yen died three years later. Removing her as a leader proved to be a successful tactic though. Some forms of rebellion continued for a few years after knocked. Dan's death another Achebe Shea leader ultimately told his people to comply with the Dutch occupation though the campaign was unsuccessful. Cutting Act Yen story lives on and legend. There's even a nineteen eighty eight Indonesian movie based on her life
Stolen Lives: The Skelton Brothers
"On the day after Thanksgiving in two thousand ten ten years. Zuber's reported her Three young sons missing from her home in Miranshah Michigan. Her husband was supposed to bring the boys back to her on Friday morning but he never did. The couple had been living apart in plan to divorce Andrew. Nine Alexander. Seven and tanner just five years. Old had spent thanksgiving Thanksgiving Day with their father. John Skelton Win Tan. You tried to get them back the next morning. John told her that they were with a friend of his. John then turned up at a hospital. Following an apparent suicide attempt in the years since family and authorities have searched for the skeleton. Boys is without success. John Skeleton has refused to disclose their whereabouts. As time passes the chances that the boys will be found alive continued. Can you to dwindle today. The quiet end. We're discussing the details of the Skelton case and the possibilities of what happened to these three young boys in stolen lives. The skeleton brothers will go over family history and the timeline of events in an effort to better understand what happened and if anything can be done to bring these boys home. So we've got a Nice Michigan Beer for you today. From one of my favorite breweries. This is is K B S Espresso. KCBS stands for Kentucky Breakfast Stout and it's got coffee in it hence the Espresso. This beer is is an American imperial stout clocks in at twelve percent alcohol by volume. So you and I will be splitting our twelve ounce serving the beer is from founders. Brewers I said located in grand rapids. It's a black coloured beer little tiny tan head but did leave a little bit of lace on the side it is a glass and when you get the aroma. It's boom coffee just smacks you in the face. Ladda coffee little bit of chocolate taste. I follows the nose big hits of Espresso followed by some chocolate and the end of the SIP. You can get a little bit of Vanilla. This is a big bodied beer. Little bit on the dry side which is fine with me very nice beer. Let's open it up. Then you got it and off. We go to the quiet end where it's pretty quiet all right. That's descriptive descriptive. Well why don't you go ahead and start the story. I mean it's it's a difficult one it is and you would like to think that the kids are you're still around somehow and all their father has to do is tell us where they are exactly. That's the frustrating part. But I don't think they're around anymore. The skeleton family lived in Marinsky Michigan in two thousand ten and Miranshah small town populations about three thousand as located near. You're the Ohio border. The father John Skelton was raised in Jacksonville and he is thirty nine years old when his three sons went missing when he finished high school John joined the army a move several times he lived in Washington. DC worked at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda Maryland it also spent some time in Alaska and California and eventually he became a truck driver. He and Tania Nia married in two thousand and two actually Tan Ya. I know that doesn't seem right. But that's how she is said that she wants pronounced. Excuse me we'll start over John. Tanya married in two two thousand and two now they had both been married and divorced was previously tenuous first husband filed for divorce from her after she is charged with criminal the Middle Sexual conduct more on that later. According to many people including Tanya John knew about this conviction now John worked for several years and Tanya stayed home with the three kids according to tenure the problems in their marriage began after John Lewis is job job following a Dui yes so Tanya filed for divorce from John Skeleton Back in September of twenty ten before that attenuates say that their relationship was pretty good but Tang you did have history. Tanya had two older daughters from her previous marriage and and she did have a large support system of friends and family nearby but she was far from perfect years before her sons went missing before she even knew John Skeleton. TANU had sex with a fourteen year old boy and she was convicted of fourth degree. Criminal misconduct for this in the late. Nineteen he nineties. But it's believed they. John knew all about her past before he became involved with her but still he would end up using this as ammunition against Hanya claiming naming that she had been sexually abusing his sons when he abducted them. And that's where he took them. He wanted him out of the house right. That was his claim. It's very difficult to believe John. Skelton will find out because he has an ever changing narrative. Yes he does so in September of two thousand ten and John Thiel Tanya that he wanted to move the family to Florida. His parents still lived in Jacksonville where he had been born and had recently gone to his high school reunion there so he had as we said lost his job in Michigan after his Dui conviction and in Florida he told Tanya he could get a job. Bob and the boys could get to know his family now. Tanny didn't WanNa live in Florida and she also had that felony conviction on her record. which meant that? You'd have to fulfil oh specific requirements with the state of Michigan before she would be allowed to move. It was Monday September thirteenth. Twenty ten when John said that he he was leaving for work but that afternoon he signed the three boys out of school. The school called and left a message on Tanis home phone and the school schools secretary had called because she was confused. Tenure had brought the voice to school that morning and dropped off their medicines and lunches and everything but John came in that afternoon said that the family was going on a vacation to Florida and sign them all out of school early. So tenuous confused. She called John After after speaking with the school secretary but he was very vague claiming that he discussed with her taking a family trip to Florida and she had said she didn't want to go with them but Tanja said wait a minute. We talked about maybe moving to Florida and I was looking into it. There was no talk of a family vacation. So it's not really making sense. Let's not sure doesn't bear we've got two divergent reports here. So a friend of ten is called the Miranshah police and spoke with chief Larry weeks weeks offered to mediate between Tan. Yan John so he contacted John and he learned to John and the boys were still in Morandi. John had also set up a meeting with an attorney. This didn't make any sense at all right. And if you supposedly going on vacation in Florida why is he doing all this stuff. Exactly exactly. He's up to something joined told chief weeks at. He is taking the boys with him to see the beach and they were being Florida for three to four weeks so this just this wasn't right. Tanya s John he was taking the boys out of school when the school year had just begun then. He said that he would enroll them in school down there which was even even more confusing. I mean the entire situation was raising some red flags. If this was a vacation why would the boys be getting enrolled in the Florida schools. Also she knew. He couldn't enroll them without their birth certificates and she had those so she tried stalling him for time as her adult daughter's met with an attorney on her behalf and the attorney told her daughters that the only way for tenure to stop John from taking the boys to Florida would be for her to file for divorce divorce from him and ask for emergency custody of the children so things escalated quickly. Where the sure did could it would sound to me? Like he was planning Dan taken into Florida and staying Florida absolutely now. He's going to enroll in school and stuff so share. That's the worry very much so so at this point. John's been driving around town with the three boys. Tenuous stalling him and she said I'm going to look for the boys birth certificates so Johndroe back to the house. Once he's at the House tanny pretended to be looking for the birth certificates. You know she knew where they were and she was stalling until daughters could return with the legal paperwork and then an officer was prepared to serve John with the papers which would make it illegal for him to leave the stay with the kids. Yeah but coincidentally it ended up that both Tan Yan John had met with the same attorney. But because Tanya's daughters had met personally finally with the attorney and paid him before John did Tanisha was the one who retained his services so unfortunately the attorney's office called John and told told them that they couldn't keep their appointment with him because Tanya had hired him and this set John Off. I mean he was furious now he felt like she was trying to trick cam so John left the house angry of course but he did leave without tanner the youngest boy because tanner had come into the house and was kind of hiding behind behind Tania's legs so John Yelled at him to get in the car because his mother was lying to him but he just cried and didn't go to his father Tian her friend protected checked tanner from being taken by John but the two older boys Alexander and Andrew were outside playing and John was able to order the older two boys into his van Tangy told him he couldn't take the boys but he ignored her. The papers for custody were prepared. But you know John hadn't been served with them yet so. John sped out of the driveway in his van. With Alexander and Andrew tenuous sister happened to be walking up the street toward the House and John Nearly hitter hitter with van but fortunately she was able to jump out of his way but John Actually left just minutes before Tana's daughters arrived with the divorce papers in hand the end so John was able to escape Michigan with his two oldest boys and he drove all the way to Florida. The next day he allowed the boys to call their mother. It was her birthday. They actually and they told her that they were swimming. And staying at their daddies friend's House Hillary but ten. You didn't know who Hillary was. She was actually one one of John's friends from his class reunion which he had recently attended down in Florida and he talked to Tanya About Hillary after he'd returned from that trip so Tanya was able to find Hillary's address and contacted her attorney and he gave her papers which gave her exclusive. Custody of the voice Tania Tania's mother intangible. Two daughters drove to Jacksonville to pick up Alexander Andrew and to bring them back home so by that Friday they met with a sheriff's deputy to accompany them to Hillary's apartment complex and the deputy was able to serve papers to John and take custody the two boys the local district court and the sheriff's office were involved so they had to meet with the judge before they could return to Michigan with the boys. What a mess? Yes so they actually had to hang out in Florida for a bit. She's so the following Monday tanny and her mother hired an attorney in Florida and John also also hired an attorney so in front of the judge at the hearing. John immediately brought up tenuous previous conviction for having sex with a fourteen year old now. This was quite a shock for Tanya because John had never indicated any problem with her past admitted that he had known about tennis history since before they were married he had married her and had a family with her and had never before raised any issues about it. So the judge called the court back in Michigan and this is a court familiar with the scouting's uh-huh case and it was determined. The TANNIN would return to Michigan with her sons. Then was the crossed. The line in Michigan tanny would have full custody rights so finally things seemed to work out correctly and after returning to Michigan the boys were back with their mother. John asked Hanyu if there was any chance that they could could work things out and stay together now. Tanja would later say she felt she was really done with the marriage but she agreed to counseling in order to help with co-parenting the boys and keep John Happy so to keep John from becoming angry. She did pretend that she was still interested. In repairing the marriage to John they were working on the marriage when he was anxious for things to get back to the way they were but Tanja felt she'd never be able to trust John Again. She and her attorney made the decision that that it would appear more favourable though to judge if she allowed John to have some time with his kids so instead of maintaining the exclusive custody that she did have a right to you and keeping the boys away from their Father Kanye decided the best thing to do would be to allow him some time with them and she said at this point she really really didn't fear that John would take off with them again because when he'd done it before she'd followed him to Florida and brought them home so he should have known that she wasn't GonNa to let them get away with it again. I guess she also kind of rationalized that he wouldn't leave with them because she had kept him under the impression that they were going to get back together as a couple
Can anyone list your podcast without asking?
"Consent is not optional for podcasts to says Yan writer writing for news he argues in a piece. That you'll find links from show notes and our newsletter today but some podcasting businesses are endangering strange and potentially really franchise equillibrium between listeners creators and the APPS that connects them by adding your podcast to their APP without asking
"yan" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee
"You've chosen for your life chat agents and a name so the person would instantly see that this is not a page responding this specific person responding. You wouldn't even need to say. Hey this is John. I'm taking over this conversation. You'd mentioned that it will be obvious from the interface on SMS. It's less obviously. You would say something like. Hey this is John. This is not an automation here to help you answer any questions might ask and then you can continue that conversation so that a person and at one person sees there is another person on the other line. They tend to be more engaged. Because the understand that now they can actually It's not as structured group station. They can go anywhere they liked which is always race. Okay so how about when you come into client. What are the what they're building there? I bought where do you usually suggest they start. Is there any kind of common. Roll out that you see where it's leads and then customer service and something else or how does it normally work for someone getting on board. Yeah that's a great question as I said we have hundreds like over eight hundred thousand naked facebook pages and like if you look at our distribution of the industry's that's US many shots. It's hundreds of different verticals. All of them have different types of metrics. They WANNA drive Someone to if you're for example you will want to drive more sales through things like BATS AUTOMATION TRY TO COME IN DACIANS Welcome serious and other Browse Abandonments Sarah. If you're selling information products in your son digital goddess us a lot of people will want to nurture sequences to get people familiar with the brand with the expertise of the person in what I would say if you want to. You have a an old role blueprint of what usually happens. Is Nancy as a business. Usually want to drive more revenue with your marketing activities. So what you do is follow a Talk T. O.. C. C. Framework. which is you need to find traffic easy to place offer in front of the traffic? You need to. That offer converts people into into a conversation and that conversation choose a conversion so traffic Conversation conversion how I would think I think if I was building a campaign for business I would ask myself. Okay where is my draft. I do have existing Jacksonville. I can in the birds to conversation through offer an existing traffic. Is your website or off. Line somewhere you already have eyeballs Laced not in. There is a place like that. I would consider student placing an offer. They're coming up with belling offered People into conversation and then I was optimizing number station to achieve the conversion that I'm trying to drive so the outcome for some businesses will be a a phone call for some businesses will be an actual sale for some people be registration. They love it. And that's the generic way to to think about this If you don't have existing traffic I would think about ads. Facebook ads were perfectly with facebook. Messenger so how can I buy. Traffic in by attention of people who are actually had a high potential of converting into customers was trying to serve and drive that adds to the conversation optimize rotation recision to actually get the out looking for so this would be the overall framework but as we would have to get specific for how does the ECOMMERCE implements chat a how does a local business restaurant or a spa or gym implements. Checkmark me I can and tell you that there are generally three big big oral industries that are very successful with Jack Marketing. If done properly the commerce Welcome businesses in professional services. And if you need help with that we have a free community on facebook. We have over eighty thousand people in that community. It's has times of really really valuable contents. I guess there's people who have been doing this for since it got started so we have people who have been now what made us for over three years. Who Know How to add this to different industries and you can talk to them and you can ask questions right inside the community or hire them? were a wants to get you up to speed. And how about for internationalization. Do you have support for multiple languages or what happens on that affront. The interface is in English but What you sand through like facebook messenger or email is where are you on top of internationalization? Too We do want to mention integration is just a huge part of this on all fronts. Because he has was shop. Affi- Google Google sheets male champ hub spot convert kids appier. It seems like that's just kind of table stakes for this stuff too right. I mean it seems to me that that would be the where the most advantages. Because you're able to kind of trigger these things or have them have many shat trigger and other systems. Is there anything else people need to know about that. As far as integrations and other how to add workflow yeah a so the integrations are really really important points. You start to get into more events stuff so she acts like an external thrown database Had like helping you get information in and out from end the integrations with imail working platforms. Allow you to to basically have a really nice connection between a major which ah is great for Phasing Messenger. SMS End your email service provider. That's great if people want more Info than what you guys do. What's the best way to get in touch? I'm bailing on facebook. You can also find me on instagram. Mike Dot D. Y. A. N.. We'll have that in the show and also you can check that out there and we'll also be in the marketing over coffee newsletter powered by DOT digital so. If you're not signed up for that make sure you get over there Mike. Thanks for joining us today around me all right. That'll do it for this week so until next week. Enjoy the coffee. You've been listening to marketing over coffee. Christopher Penn locks at Christopher Christopher SPN DOT com read more from John. Jay Ward at J W fifty one fifty dot com the marketing over coffee theme. So is called mellowed by Fuck Nastase and you can find music alley for Matviyenko..
Learning Chat Marketing with Mike Yan
"Good Morning. Welcome to marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall today. Our guest is Mike Yawn. He's the CO founder of many chat who is sponsored marketing or or coffee this quarter and we thank them for their support of the show. But it's going to be talking to us about what they do on the spot and chat front and everything that's going on that Space Mike. Thanks for joining us today. They can have any so tell us about many chat and how how this got started. Give us the the origin story of the company. Sure so we started in two thousand fifteen eighteen when Graham which is a smaller messenger in different countries but essentially solving the same problem. Palpable Me Gate on mobile both opened up the radiologist Open API in two thousand fifteen ends our basic idea was using the APP or selves and there is millions millions of people were using the APP and businesses will need this as a customer communication channel. So let's just start building something for this and the first use case was just broadcasting casting. How can we help? Businesses broadcast over this messaging channel and that quickly to off and a year later facebook messenger using your opened up. Essentially we a better version would be built for talent Brown for Messenger in it also Dukakis Messenger is used by over a billion people there tens of billions of businesses or using facebook and it's a natural progression of how people we will communicate with themselves. This is always follow that pattern. They essentially once enough. People adopt a new channel businesses. This is one to also use the channel for customer communication in. That's what happened with FACEBOOK MESSENGER and now we're opening up more and more platforms. So that's a short story Lori in terms of far Give you a sense where we are in terms of numbers we right now. We have over eight hundred thousand. FACEBOOK page is connected to the platform. We're sending billions of messages every month. We are at hundreds fulltime people right now over in into offices across continents so so growing and expanding into this chat marketing space in accounting businesses adopt messaging absence tax as a way to connect their customers and grow their remedies. Okay and so when you get started with telegram. You'd mentioned that it was broadcast so was the idea there that it would put a message out that would then initiate chat with a human or. How did that work? We saw what was happening in email space and so essentially channels don't really matter What matters is the outcome? If you think about this when you're doing an email a newsletter for example which you're trying to do is you're trying to tell your customer something Doc Your Business. Something that's would be interesting to them. So if you have old people using now messaging APPs and for example telegram or whatsapp our facebook messenger and that's where their attention is. Then you start to have to think about doing those same same broadcasts for example on those platforms and we realize that. Hey listen this is a smaller platform. Like at that point email was was a witty adopted like email. Marketing was already twenty years old but this continues to be. The foundation of our vision is and the whole customer. Communication landscape is shifting into chats into messaging APPs and the business communication business. The customer communication will also have to shift and it's going to be different so there isn't a similar use cases Kinda like broadcasting. But there's other. Is there a specific and unique to is this museum but yes if your depression is like our we saw this initially than it was a simple idea of a there is a lot of people on this channel aunts and for them for those people using a messaging APPs. It's the main default way to communicate with each other so if your business wants to talk to the audience. It's the national to start building a list on that channel right. Yeah and we've been talking a lot about on the side of social for us talking about how people have lost in touch with their organic audience. Overrun the social channels. And so we've been pushing people in telling them you know. Make sure you get email addresses or better yet. Get their mobile number. I say you can SMS. Do you counsel your customers to do that to to push towards SMS or other channels or does it not even matter for you guys. Great question in a We're going into really interesting worlds. It used to be that there was one channel of digital communication and that was he now for the past twenty years if you wanted to talk to your customers digitally in a manner. That's the less that's how you got access just your customers. You build out your list you would. You would use any tactic possible. You would run as you have many ages if your offline business together emails in doing fine interactions but then now we are moving into a world where all people are using multiple ways to communicate with each other her. That's a fundamental shift in how people communicate with each other and we are going into a world where some people text messages are each other Sunday will email each other. Some people use. I message some people use WHATSAPP. Some people use instagram direct messages. And there's so many ways in. I'm sure that yourself have like two three five seven different messaging APPs for different types of communication of defense Social circles. So what's going to happen is that businesses will have to. Actually they want to continue being able bolted talk to their customers and being able to reach their customers they will have to start building. multichannel lists it's great to start with email or to start mark with text number or to start with facebook messenger or any other massacre but then he will have to enrich that during your interactions ask for more more touch points because their defense would you would say only email is different from what you would say over say. SMS and is different from would say over Messenger because those age of the channel says their own specific unique characteristics of which you can put their hands activists and how time sensitive it is with the cost or the business how engaged channels with advise people to do is Depending on where people start so a lot of people. For example star grown there is by using what's called the clicked messenger Ad. It's an ad that it doesn't direct the person to a webpage it's anad that directs people to Messenger Conversation that ends at getting results with that but then during that conversation. We strongly suggest that you get the person's phone number or email are both and the reason for that you want to be able to have a an independent connection with your customers. You want to to build a connection Channels because you never know when apple phase will or anybody else will change. How will you can connect with your customers over there Jessica mutation so you should get the best of those channels but then also make sure that you the house a direct connection with independent Schaus?
Meet the volunteers bringing back the sound of music to Switzerland
"If you're passionate about it 'cause would you give up a well paid job for it even if it drove your parents mad. That's what Yan Wang. I'm from Beijing. China did and now. He's helping other volunteers to promote youth empowerment through concerts with the organization. Up with people there on tour In Switzerland which is where you unused Daniel. Johnson caught up with your along with fellow cast member Ahmed Hassan from Aleppo Syria. Who has his own story to tell I come from China? I work for a consulting company to your skill. I read a book talk about people. Doing volunteer work stay with host families and and building the relationship with hundred people from all around the world I sought is so cool so I quit my job with out hesitation. This is a volunteer organization nations. This is a real sacrifice. What did your parents think about that? At beginning there were angry because I have a full time job in China really good salary but now I'm doing volunteers. They don't understand. After travel a year. I learned a lot with these people. Now I'm a global citizen. You'll part of a bigger initiative you think and the the guys that you're with the seventeen to twenty eight year olds. I think you're all trying to make a difference and I'm GONNA turn at this point to Akkhmed Hasaan. You left Syria in twenty eighteen. I believe from Aleppo. So maybe you could tell me your story about leaving Syria and where you're based in Europe. Now is the refugee well. It wasn't easy to leave Aleppo all all the city in the world. It's amazing. It was a hard decision me and my two brothers. My father just say to us. I don't want you to hold guns. I don't want you to be killed eldest. Kill people here so just move for a while so we flew to Turkey and I decided because it costs a lot of money to travel illegally. I decided to move to Europe so I went on a boat from Turkish island called is mirror to agree. I stayed there one month and then I had had no money left. I decided to walk with a bunch of people to to Germany and then we made our way and I made it. I got there now. I'm there since is five years. I have my permanent resident there. And how did you get involved with with people. Then this association that performs around the world well two years ago they formed in when you donate wishing in Germany where I leave a really liked the show. I like the messages a works on a stage. One hundred people from different countries are performing together either on one stage and it's beautiful. This is a message. You know that uniting people and having the same goals and aims to make the world a better place and Yeah I want absolutely to join the group and traveled with them and have this experience in my life. You still have hope that this kind of lieutenant can bring about some change yelling. You wanted to say something. Yes so main purpose of people we want to empower with us the sending the message about peace as hope and love what we do through music and the volunteer works and hundred people they perform on the same stage talk about refugees talk about environment. Don't talk about homelessness and talk about Human Rights. Women's right and children ambrose we all know music that universal language so we can oh and their stand so we tried to send in these energy to the audience let them sync. What happened in this world? So the Young People Act Now can make the World Cup at the place anew degree with that admit yes I mean it happened with me. You know coming out of a war and struggling and suffering a lot watching this kind of show and then joining winning. That's that's hope so sure. Sure I believe yeah. Are you still in touch with your family in Aleppo yes at all. Do they think of you getting involved in in this. Can you explain it to them. How does it feel like a totally different world? It is a different for them. They feel happy for me because I am happy. But they'll l. leaving totally a different live there in Aleppo. The situation in Syria is clear for everybody last question to you to you. Both you know you are representing in in some senses you'll countries even if you don't necessarily agree with everything in the half in those countries position. Does that put you in your up as people really really open platform for all young people joining us. We one hundred people from different backgrounds different cultures different country religions but we can work together like sister and brother. I can see now. I have a family's Ah let their families so we are difference but we respect to each other and you would agree with that yes sure we can be really positive images to the youth and Syria and young people the young generation there when they see us with having this unique experience all around the
Window Shade Wars
"All right we'll start off with The first item in our news folder which is item a pilot's on a southwest airlines jet secretly watched live video from a camera or did they in the aircraft lavatory according to a cabin having flight attendant who is suing the American company. This is from probably not an American company. Oh yes it's from the Times Dot Todo. UK Rene Steinecker who was based in Arizona claims. She saw images from the lavatory. On Captain Terry Grams Ipad pad when she entered the cockpit on fly between Pittsburgh and Phoenix and twenty seventeen he had gone to relieve himself a physiological break. We'd like to call call it and she was there to join the co-pilot Ryan Russell to comply with security rules. That require two crew members in the cockpit at all times according to MS snickers suit she saw video of the captain and the Lavatory on the IPAD which was attached to his side window so his electronic flight bag was displaying video apparently or supposedly from a camera that was secretly Placed in the Lavatory The co-pilot had a quote panicked. Look on his face and said there was a camera in the laboratory because of a quote new top secret. Security measure installed. In all of southwest's Boeing seven thirty-seven Dash eight hundred planes. That's what her lawsuit claims. They led her to believe that she and others had been filmed while they were using the laboratory according to her lawyer the pilots and the airline have have denied the allegations. We can't confirm from our investigation that there was never a camera in the lavatory. The instant the incident was an inappropriate attempt at humor which the company did not condone according to unofficial southwest statement and. No date has yet been set for hearing so it looks like it was a little little effort of a gag. A joke a prank gone bad yet not a very good prank. To begin with. They weren't thinking that I hire I used to play. I thought we he had three camera cameras. that We regularly used the one that monitored the Dole but we could look on another the two cameras that were position overhead the corners of the guy to make sure there was no one hiding in the in any of the corners that we couldn't see with the first camera and when you flash is very hard to orientate itself exactly what the picture was could use looking straight down on people and we used to kick the cabin crew. Do that She they were in the toilets and we surprised up just for a second service. It's not polite to look so we turn it straight off again but We a lot of quizzical looks from the cabin crew. Sometimes move really. Look at the toilets. Well you know what you're lucky. Nobody seemed here Yeah exactly not looking in the toilets. Yeah Yeah I'm GonNa say you had not looking at the toilet so I I wonder why when she found out that the whole thing was a gag or prank or whatever and there really wasn't a US a photo I mean a camera in the laboratory I wonder why she continued to decide to go ahead and pursue a lawsuit. I don't think she believes some. Yeah I don't think she believes it's a prank or a guy or a preg- as they tried to say a word. Yeah okay well. I thought that was still taking it seriously. She saw something on the ipad that was on the FBI or whatever it was attached to the hungry in which made letter got to believe. There was a camera there. but Nah just seems like a nicely in a frivolous story probably has very little founding in fight. Our producer says it's for emotional damages the lawsuit pranking people. People can coast damages. Okay well I better not say anything else lest I get in trouble so Apparently apparently the co-pilot was a pretty good actor. He looked like he was concerned that it was probably. Let's do this. This is a great idea. You know I I yeah I will say this though in a professional setting I tend not to joke around at all hardly And the reason being is because of stuff like unless you really never know how your audience who could be someone you really don't know very well is going to take something that you mean lighthearted with a sense of humor You don't they're gonNA take it the wrong way so if you're in a professional environment Especially either of your working with people. You don't know very well. I was colleagues. who kind of changed changed locations in your case is played attendants copilot's things like that who you may not work with on a regular basis or with members of the public who you don't know from Adam might not be a great idea to joke around too much? I do know Adam okay then. You're okay I think it's safe nightside. That is a golden rule Yeah which should not be bracken but some on. It's like me have very sense of humor. We think we're right. We think we're very funny but we're not. Yeah we'll speak for yourself. That's what I mean. I think you're funny okay. let's move on then shall we item B Let's see an F thirty five live a based in the Netherlands got a foam bath instead of a water bath. You know how they do the shooting the water cannons and the airplane goes through it base. Firefighters were supposed to give the plane a water salute to mark the arrival of the first joint strike fighter to be based in the country Crash trucks at the Royal Netherlands. Air Force's Lou Vardon airbase where some to provide a water cannon salute to mark the arrival the country's first operational F thirty five Joint Strike Fighter to be based in the country but covered it in firefighting foam by accident instead the base fighter. Fires the fighter fires. Firefighters had reportedly responded to an actual emergency involving an F Sixteen Viper fighter jet earlier and forgot to switch back to shooting regular water for the ceremony the oops The F thirty five arrived at the base at around three thirty PM local time and landed after flying elaborate on the base according to official press. Release the jet had flown from the final assembly and checkout Baco never heard of that before facility the in Italy where Leonardo had assembled it under license from the primary manufacturer Lockheed Martin. That was something I didn't real- Vinci I think so just one guy he's very smart very Yes but the paintings nice painting he makes it very Nice Nice. It's very artistic. I hear okay The Dutch Air Force already has eight other joint strike fighters but they are all all in the United States where they support test pilot training activities. Those aircraft have made multiple visits to the Netherlands since two thousand sixteen but are not permanently based in the country. The country his buying forty-six of the jets and total including nine more. Ed agreed to purchase just this month amusingly despite including pictures clearly. Showing the mix of the official release makes no mention of the mix up. Yeah we don't WanNA embarrass ourselves. Doing the foam is seen dripping from the plane. As the pilot Ian Knight the commander of the three twenty-three test and evaluation squadron exits the aircraft agreed crowd including various government dignitaries. The Air Base Fire Department was on standby for the water salute. When they were called to an actual emergency? We already know this another way to state it in a different words in a different order. But we're not gonNA I just Just in case you didn't understand that first paragraph where they gave the exact same information so anyway the moving on. It's not not clear what this might mean for the aircraft which ingested some of the phone into the engine intakes and the engine itself. I don't think so much about that as I would with that special coating that makes that one of the components that makes that F thirty five a a very stealthy jet right nick. I A high if that special coating count withstand. I don't know exactly what chemicals are in that phone but I would hope that it could withstand most that nature contri- gains it included acid rain and all the normal stuff you can get in the AL polluted atmosphere. Nowadays I would. I be wouldn't have done it too much damage. Well I have seen like News articles that say that there was a an airplane crash in the firefighting foam. That it was used to take care of the situation somehow leached into or got into the local stream or river. Whatever and they're telling people not to eat or drink from the water or eat any of the fish that were downstream from that place in your thinking? Yeah there must be some really good to ingest but hopefully if they rinsed it off fairly quickly they will have got away with it. But if you don't see that airplane for a fly for a while we'll know Jeffrey Jeffrey saying it's not potable. It's not potable. Thank you Boy It's been a long time since played that in that means as I can't find it but here go. Potable is not possible. Come to that. What else was I gonNA say? It was very he said Holy Crap I really further on the famous certainly didn't appear to dampened the spirits of those who attended the ceremony. Dont Chapo Southern Colonel Learns Yan Psych Vic. Why did they have some old names? Nailed it yeah. Glad you gave a speech to the crowd in which he explained his own experience of flying the the F. Thirty five for the first time holy crap for a moment. I felt like a teenager on a very cool skateboarding Florida. He said now. I was here skateboarder in his youth. I wonder but Dude I'm live a felt a bit better than being on a skateboard.
Senators want TikTok investigated for "national security risks"
"Litters Chuck Schumer and Tom Cotton sent a letter to the director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire requesting an investigation into possible national security threats Tom Tick Tock Yeah with the music in the memes and all of that Senator Marco Rubio wrote to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin earlier this month asking the Committee on foreign investment in United States to investigate tick Tock for national security threats and Censorship Tick Tock told the verge it does not have details on the request but tick tock is committed to being trusted responsible corporate citizen in the US which includes working with Congress and all relevant regulatory agencies. That's the thing they have to say they said the thing they had to say tick Tock guidelines told moderators to censor any content that refers to TNN men square Tibetan independence fallen gone This was discovered in September by the Guardian and bite dance which owns tick Tock said those are old guidelines we retired those a long time ago in May of this year we were totally retired those guidelines and now tick tock takes a localized approach they have different guidelines for each market based on what the norms are in that market now if you're wondering about Tick Tock being a Chinese company it's not quite that simple by dance launched a APP called Doe Yen D. O. U. Y. N. and China September two thousand sixteen hit one hundred million Chinese users within a year and it's still there under that name in September twenty seventeen hi Dan decided to go international and the international version of Doane was tick Tock that was not terribly popular until November nine 2017 went by chance bought musically musically was a Shanghai product that was also based in Santa Monica so it was a more worldwide product and in August of two thousand eighteen musically and tick tock merged and so all The musically people flooded into tick tock and instantly made it hugely popular in addition to the audience which had been building over that time as well now as mentioned do yen is a separate APP for China up until the merger of musically and Tick Tock Tick Tock was mostly Chinese operation by dance had some international popularity kind of in Southeast Asia and so I find it totally believable Justin that yeah that not waste the time on that and in May of this year started to realize crap since August we have blown up when we merged musically the musically folks have different moderation guidelines we need to clean up this documentation but of course the Guardian gets a hold of it and says hey look at all this stuff that would make perfect sense for du Yan because in China but it seems like it was applying to other people now you have to connect the dots there to say oh that was a cover up they wanted those moderations to apply
Leaders Are Those Who Take Responsibility for Their Worlds
"Are all leaders and leaders those take responsibility for their worlds in. That's the that's the construct I choose to operate in. That's like the construct. I'm doing my work from because I want all of us to be aware that we have a responsibility to be really consciously choosing what we're doing in our showing up and the impact it doesn't matter if it's just at home or just with friends ends or at work you know or inner communities larger stage. We all have an opportunity to influence and create him back every moment and it's it's a choice. We get to consciously make an it's such a beautiful choice that we have that opportunity. How do you see when do you think leadership Japan changed over the years and especially right now. Do you think what do we need to know about leadership today that maybe we didn't know about leadership ten years ago. I I really think it's been transforming. You know in the best way I can. I can look at that is one of the I guess. The data points I have is even just coaching it professionals coaching when I did my training fifteen years ago. Organizations were using coaching as punitive tool as is a willing to coach somebody out of something that they're not really well right thirty right whereas now organizations are investing in in developing their leaders to have a coaching skill set because they know it elicits high performance and they're providing executive coaches for their their their executives and senior leaders because they get a it's. It's it's needed so. This is an example of how leadership has shifted in that. There is a lot more of an understanding that as a leader I don't have all the answers it's important that I'm asking for help in receiving help and have support network to do so whether it's a professional or peers mentor and also that this piece around emotional I call it. Emotional leadership has really come into play at being the millennials have released shifted the workplace in the way that they've taken a stance for ivory my whole south to work so interact with my whole self not just the person that's doing this role but I'm a whole a whole person and what a beautiful gift that that is actually I mean I think the millennials for doing that because I think back to my corporate days and there were those days where I would go to work and I was my corporate me and than ever go home and I was my at home me and never did those to cross right. I mean it was really it was such a beautiful gift when I left the corporate world than I really started to build my business about ten years ago where I started to show up as me and my business and it was it was so it's exhausting to try to be two people and so thank us for the millennials really holding that up there yes and thank goodness goodness for people like you who are modeling that that it's okay to bring your full self and this was when I think back to the twenty six twenty seven year old all that McDonald's restaurant like I didn't know that and I was you know I was pretending to have it all together when I did and and I I think I would have been so much more enrolling had I been vulnerable with the team and and just said you know I need your help. You know this is a big mission. We're going to do it together. Other here are some of my ideas. What are your ideas we collaborate in co create and that takes vulnerability and I think that that's a they way how leadership has shifted and will continue to shift that leaders nowadays needs to be more vulnerable open hearted and really good collaborating and listening. Yes yes and you're teaching leaders to be more resilient with their emotions at the building really resilient relationship nations ship. What does that mean yeah so what it means from the emotional leadership body of work is that it is a leader. I'm aware when I'm experiencing emotion so meeting and maybe something is said or or something happens and I'm I'm triggered by meaning like I feel some anger so knowing one knowing that like having you blow flow into it right you just you just go into the motion and you don't even feel it rightly so there's other completely bypassing it suppressing it pretending like it didn't happen or there's getting so reactive that we were not resourceful. Were not creating the impact. We want you know in so we ended up becoming becoming difficult to work with or you know or we just took the meeting off rails because we weren't able to really say okay. Hey I'm noticing. I'm really uncomfortable with what just happened here. Can we just take a moment. let me try to understand this and get curious with you or the team to should try to really figure out what's going on so I think emotional leadership position having the awareness than a emotional beings and then be knowing knowing how did really harrogate them in a responsible way because we are all our emotions our our energy in motion and if we're a for if we're able to navigate them than we can use it to move our missions forward and to enroll people into our into our visions uh-huh that's good that's good and one of the things that really impressed me as I was looking through your information. That is really around how you are. You're you're a coup Delaney Yoga Meditation Teacher Yan. You Bring Movement into your leadership work in. I love that one of the things I do is I hi do equine guided retreats leadership retreats with my with my horses in our work with teams in their motion. There's movement in there. There's there's ways ways for people to start to to connect into their bodies and and I know that this has got to be really powerful when you're bringing Pendolino Cellini Yoga and meditation into your leadership work. Yeah and I'm so I'm so happy CNET. You're doing this work with horses. It's so powerful there it is. It's incredible. It's anything there's there's you know Kinda. Kundan leany Yoga and equine guided added work has got to have some really comparable threads yes yeah into what I noticed in my own practice of the couldn't Yoga and meditation that because every day I'm moving the energy in my in my field old might energetic body in my physical body. It allows me to have a greater experience of what I'm wanting to create and any thing that gets us in our body. Inner breath is going to allow us to create more what we want though as leaders eaters as humans. I think it's important in this day and age because of how busy it is because of how much information coming at us because of how how many like just how how much we don't have an opportunity just to be and take a moment to pause that we have some I'm kind of embodiment movements breath work practice to allow us to really connect to ourselves to be clear on what I'm here for and to be able to be discerning as to where I put my energy because all of us could be doing a million things things end can be getting pulled in so many directions and if that's happening for you or for any you know any any of the listeners might write. My recommendation is to really look at how can I harness the energy that I have so. I'm directing it to the things that matter most right right and when when you're making that space to be much much more aware. You're starting to feel that so are you. Are you teaching. Are you bringing that energy into the leadership teachings that you're doing so in my online program. It's part of the foundation of it. I'm I'm create. I'm bringing core creates or core impostures. If you will meditations to support the participants to have a healthier more responsible relationship with their emotions MHM I've actually tracked certain meditations at work more effectively with anger or sadness or enjoy so that we can regulate and work with those emotions more effectively and so I- introduce some foundational kindle yoga meditation and then then pull it through the threat of online training now that's awesome. That's really powerful and I will say to Cami for some of your listeners who are leaders was inside organizations or parents. Would I do with my team at work if we get on a call all virtual and if they're struggling ogling you know because there's just so much going on. I'll take three minutes and we'll do a quick meditation and you know and then ask them. You know what shift did now our three minutes ago when most of them will say we'll. I'm actually president now. I feel like this big fire. That's burning over here is actually manageable and and so you could do that at home too. You know whenever wins freaking out or when you sit down for dinner just let's take the take a couple minutes in breeds and you know it's a game changer changer it is you know I had interviewed Tammy Simon of sounds true and she was fabulous and one of the things she talked about was they start start every meeting with with some form of a away to just pause right even if it's like sixty seconds of quiet for people to come into the room mm-hmm and be in the room and I learned that because so often you know even think about coming home you get home. You Walk in the door at dinnertime. The the kids are ready. It's like there's so much noise but if you have that moment of pause between Your Day in one part of your day into the next I think we can move into it much more gracefully completely completely. That's good so how do you bring more peace and balance into your your life. What's what is. What kind of practices do you do personally yeah so I do morning. Delina yoga meditation sets and end sometimes all actually I was living very close to a studio in Venice Beach California where my teachers were but not there anymore so they have an online online where I can just do a class from the day before so sometimes that's sixty to ninety minutes set. If not I have like a short thirty minute set that I'm committed to doing every day and then I'm also committed to doing some being more physical. Whether it's running biking walking on going to some kind of fitness class last year the combination of for me too breath were the energetic body work and the physical body work is crucial I and then I have a gratitude practice that I begin end my days with really looking at what I want to create for the day. It's awesome journal that it is it is all laid out for me so makes it really easy to fill in the blank spots but it's like what what would make today gray and then at nighttime the time so what are three things that I'm grateful but what happened throughout the day and they know I think there's a lot of scientific data out there and a lot of mindfulness information that would talk about whatever we focus on we get more of than so. I think gratitude is having a the daily practice of that really really helps us again to create more of what we're wanting jaggery and one of the things I love that you just talked about there is and because I live live in a remote part of Colorado. I live in the foothills of Colorado writes. I'm not in the heart of city anywhere and to get to a yoga class. It's it's a good twenty minute drive for me. He and I love the fact that you've found on online source that you're you're tuning into that on a regular basis. I might have to get that online source from you happy to share that with you. Yeah that'd be awesome and we'll share it in the show. Notes has after you send that to me said just because it's good for all of us define nine ways that we can connect for ourselves make space for ourselves and I love my own morning time. I really do you know. I I do different things. I really tune into the morning and tune in to say okay. What does my body feel like. It needs right now. Some days. It's meditation in Journalism Days. It's journaling and reading other days. It's just sitting outside and the especially this time of year is such a beautiful time of year to build the still enjoy before it starts to get cold old so that you know just to be in nature as hard so important and I love that you are listening to what you need and that day day so it's I think it's important if we can to schedule a bit of time for ourselves each day it just I know for me. It allows me to come bring more gracefulness throughout the day in be more present and kind of navigate what shows up more elegantly. I guess you know not always but I think that's a really good point Kristie. I think it's we're not even we when we do these things we're gonNA. We still catch ourselves going down as we go back. I could've handled that much more eloquently. Oh my God so much so Oh yes and so but I think the more even going back and acknowledging. Gosh that didn't go the way I wanted it to. It just gives us another groundwork to a foundation to work from right and that we can carry forward most definitely meant to be gentle on ourselves when we don't. Ooh When we're not as perfect as we'd like to be as it's like okay well. I'm learning in them growing up to fail forward the exact and that's part of the growth of it all because none of us are ever perfect so it's really being gentle on ourselves with that most definitely yeah so what is the lie. Are you see you wish to leave in the world who Hammy if I could help this. You know was. GonNa say a handful but that's not true. I WANNA help a lot of people connect to their emotions and the legacy I wanNA leave is more permission for each of us to connect and with all of our emotions and and you know and then within a subset under that would be like some tools for people to so that they feel safe to do that so that they don't continue to suppress or avoid or have the bursts but they I feel like they have some tools to connect those emotions. That's the legacy I wanNA lead in that. You know what it's okay to have messy xenakis that emotions are just part of how we give us feedback to know what's happening for us to have the courage to share that more openly brilliant butter bullied people in a responsible way.
El Paso Murder Spree Renews Spotlight on 8chan Online Forum
"One thing that's really commonly recurring is a lot of people didn't even know eight chan existed yan said i've never even heard of chen until the incident brian says oh. I thought they were constantly. Miss naming four chan was nothing about it. I think that's a commonplace but the truth is there are several chan's over time <hes> and there are are even more communities out there without the chance suffix. Where do we see these kind of communities. Are they going to start really bubbling to the surface and becoming more of the mainstream mainstream oscar you were telling me about this prior to the podcast yesterday that where where a chain came from in the first place it was related to gamer gave why don't we why don't we talk about that story for for a second yeah so in in like i said twelve hundred team that was founded but in two thousand fourteen <hes> gamer gate happened august. It's actually gonna be five years years from that whole thing. It is a think yeah so back then <hes> like i mean you would frederick. Brennan said was correct and by the way he has come out and says he wants h he founded it. He wants to shut down now but back then in two thousand fourteen. Here's like hey we could talk about game or get any time. We want over here at eight. If guys wanna talk about it come over because i understand to a lot of what was being posted related to gamer gate on on four chan where you know not only vera lynn comments but also dachshunds which four chain basically decided. They're like look we're. We're pretty anything thing goes by. Even we don't wanna stand for this is that does that sound accurate pretty much. <hes> the the there was some there was a lot of toning down of of how crazy was a fortune two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen that was that was definitely it <hes> for docking i mean a lot of prior to sway thirteen a lot of doc seeing a lot of you know diaz <hes> campaigns all that started on four chan so it so they wanted to clean up their image and for various reasons that the owner moot he wanted to change things up but yet they they they shut down a lot of topics regarding game gates and again. That's when frederick threader came in and said hey guys come over to come over so a lot of people did and then just in your years. It's been dwindling down. It's not nearly as popular as it was back at you know late two thousand fourteen and now the people that are there. They're there because they want to have just no rules on what's talk about so so what are the things that was kind of. I kept thinking about relating to this wise. Okay suggesting that never comes back. It's been shot down. I i checked the site right before we went on air. It's not up currently <hes> somebody wants to share something really negative online. My impression is they're probably gonna find somewhere else to share it and that sounds terrible but at the same time i mean does that make sense absolutely the i mean they're still the whole dark web i mean people can go on there and starts their own conversation <hes> but as mentioned i mean there's other chance there's other message boards so there is nothing stopping from someone else to make their immersion of chen and just make it as ruthless and lawless says they they want
A new story from Here & Now
"Reuters reporters for free today and reunited with their families after more than five hundred days in jail in Myanmar while loan and Chaucer woo convicted of violating the country's official secrets act in their coverage of the military's crackdown on the Muslim group through Hinduja. Something observers called ethnic cleansing in April. While the two were still in prison. They were awarded the Pulitzer prize for international reporting for their work today while loan thanked their supporters inside in the prison and also on the wall. I wanted to say thank you very much. I'm really happy to see my family, and I can't wait through school. Mayan us, right? I can't wait to go back to my newsroom joining us. Now, the BBC's Nick beak he's in Yangon Myanmar. And Nick you were there. They were mobbed by fellow reporters outside the jail, they will Robin. And I mean, these reporters who were well loved by the journalistic community here in Yan gone loss of reporters and photographers people in the journalistic crowd hair in me on mall. They saw this as an attack on the whole community. Really? And I think it had a chilling effect. Because also people thought that they could have ended up in a prison cell if they were telling the truth trying to do the right thing as they saw it. Well, this reminds what happened here because just last month a Myanmar's supreme court rejected their appeal. So what changed? Well, it's it's really haunts us to say what change, but it does seem that own sense Suci the. Effective leader of Myanmar. She's made a decision that there's been enough international condemnation here, and she and her mind is decided that these men should be freed as you say. There was a long legal process. They had a I appeal which was rejected a second appeal, which was then rejected and what we've seen today is an amnesty. And basically this is all to do with the Burmese new year often, you get political prisoners released as a good will gesture this has been a pretty unprecedented third wave of releases. So we are waiting for the last couple of weeks to see if they be set free and today, they have in jubilation for their friends and family and outside court where we were just a few hours ago chaotic, but also really happy scenes as they will return to their colleagues and family, well, and you spoke to alone, and he told you he never will stop being a journalist. But we wondering now how can they possibly the pressure on them as they work? Now seems to be pretty. Credible. Were this is I mean, these guys who came up with this investigation, which was really forensic and it St. tail they won as you say the Pulitzer prize for their efforts, they basically forced apology from the ministry if not an apology on admission of guilt that soldiers murdered ten Ranji men in Rakhine state in late twenty seventeen. Now the army he just does not come forward to say. Hey, look, we committed these crimes so that journalists that were was watertight nonetheless, they were charged under this British colonial-era act of the official secrets act. They was sentenced for seven years in prison. And so two prison. They went until today when they were released.
Federal judge bars unvaccinated students from returning to New York school
"A New York judge jumps into the debate over the measles vaccine CBS news correspondent Dr John lapook reports he told dozens of parents no shots. No school period. The fifty unvaccinated students are barred from attending the green meadow Waldorf school for at least three weeks. The judge said. It's important to protect public health and ruled those unvaccinated kids must stay at home. Parents Beatrice Burgess agrees with the judge's ruling. I believe that he's trying to mitigate a potential further outbreak and he's trying to keep everybody safe. A new case in Rockland county, brought the total to one hundred and forty six and this year, the CDC has reported two hundred and twenty eight cases in twelve states. The Rochman county outbreak was centered in an orthodox Jewish community almost all states allow exemptions for religious beliefs and seventeen states allow parents to opt out for philosophical or personal reasons. One of those states is Oklahoma. A lot of the legislators think that mandating vaccinations is big government, former Oklahoma state legislator, Dr urban Yan attempted to ban or restrict the non medical exemption law in his state late Oklahoma. I think it's going to take an outbreak of something like measles where somebody dies. Unfortunately, before nineteen sixty three when the measles vaccine was introduced there were more than five hundred thousand cases each year causing hundreds of deaths after nineteen sixty three those numbers dropped dramatically. They don't know that measles can cause encephalitis, which of course, is inflammation of your brain. I don't know about you. But I don't want my brain inflamed last week near state Senator Krueger introduced a Bill allowing any child fourteen years and older to be vaccinated without parental consent. Other states, including Oregon and South Carolina already has
Chinese premier: 'We must be fully prepared for a tough struggle'
"My panel this week are three people who've been following events in China very closely for years in our studio in Beijing. I have Safiya Yan she's the Beijing correspondent of the telegraph newspaper. And she specializes in China's economy. I also have Ian Johnson there with her. He's a Pulitzer prize winning journalist writing out of Beijing and also down the line from Newark, New Jersey, I'm joined by Sarah, sue and communist with the state university of New York as Vincent mentioned, the National People's Congress. China's annual parliamentary meeting is in session, sometimes it can be quite celebrate Tori, a chance for communist leaders to Pat themselves on the back. But this year amid worries about the economy the mood was a bit different. Listen to some of the language from the big speech delivered by the Premier League. Gene yet. And should you engine in the past year? China has faced a complex and severe internal and external situation that has rarely been seen for years. With the economy burying the new downward pressure. But under the staunch leadership of the communist party with president Xi Jinping at the helm, the Chinese people of all ethnic groups forced to head vigorously and fulfilled. Major targets in economic and social development. It also made major progress insecure in a decisive victory in building a moderately prosperous society in all respects. So fear, you were at the NPC, and you heard the premier speech, what was the atmosphere like there? Well, like, you would expect any other year. There's been a lot of propaganda and a lot of political theater going on as the NBC kicked off Premier Li Chong speech to take a more muted tone, and it's really marked difference from the sort of environment. We were in at this time last year in China this time last year, president Xi Jinping had scrapped term limits. He looks every bit the unstoppable strongman, but you fast forward a year to now China's really started to kind of roll back rhetoric. It's swagger what it wants to show and the tone that Premier Li had a speech on Tuesday, definitely was kind of walking things back a little bit and just trying to at least, you know, sort of point towards the fact that there are some challenges ahead on the road and trying to manage expectations a little bit more, Ian you travel widely around China. What have you been witnessing in the past year? What's the economic outlook outside of Beijing will one struck? By the fact, that a lot of the things that have driven China's growth over the past decade things like urbanization and big infrastructure projects that this really they've hit a point of diminishing returns, the country's not urbanizing as quickly as before. There aren't as many people moving from the countryside into cities and the big infrastructure projects are still being built, but they're making less and less economic sense. I was I was just in a western city. She and and they're they're building a big high speed rail out to ching high, which is this province on the Tibetan plateau. And this engineer. I was talking to such me. I don't know if this makes any sense at all to build a high-speed railway just isn't the population density is a huge amount of money, we're spending. But these things keep getting built. And I think there's a sense that it just makes less and less sense. And it's true that the government's talking a good game about this. They're trying to make the structural changes. But actually they've been saying this. Now for years, and there is scant evidence that it's really happening yet. All right, Sarah from your vantage point in the United States. What are using their concerns about economic challenges in China that could refer to in his speech. Well, I think that there are a couple of different and opposing views. One of them can be found within members of the Trump administration who view China as a threat and Trump has been pretty interested in this U S, China trade war, which has been going on and has gloated that the US has more power more economic power than China does and can out last China in a trade war. So there's that perspective that is triumphant regarding China's declining growth, and then there's another aspect for firms like apple and Starbucks that are interested in China's growing consumption. China's economic slowdown is a serious barrier to their expansion in that nation and also for people who are interested in selling real estate in certain areas of the country. They see a slowdown in China's foreign direct investment and overseas real estate investment that is very concerning for them. Okay. So we have worries mounting inside China and also Sarah, you mentioned that that bubbling U S China trade war for now. Let's take a closer look at the challenges facing the economy, and how the party is trying to deal with them. It's been said that China has a GDP fetish. And as I mentioned earlier in my conversation with Vincent neither there's a fixation on GDP growth, and what the targeted growth number is, historically. Why is this such a big deal in China in comparison to other major economies so fear? Can you take a stab at that? Well, I so long we've seen double digit growth in the Chinese economy. The slowdown. We're seeing now was always on the docket. And the big question the entire world has asked for by longtime is how fast I slowdown will occur. Because if there's a really big ramp a really fast ramp down China is the world's second largest economy. China's sneezes the rest of the world catches a cold. So that's why all eyes have been on China for so long and this idea GDP targets it's quite measurable for local governments here something that they can try to strive for. It's a number that they can go for and it's a way for a country in this state of the state of development that China is to try to track their own progress, but that's been problematic for a lot of different ways. Because these numbers don't really capture a lot of the nuances that are really happening. And so this shift there is a difference in the pace of growth that we've seen. But again, as I said, it doesn't capture certain nuances that are now starting to happen in the economy as Beijing tries to move from this old growth model of low end, cheap manufacturing, cheap exports towards something that's a little bit more advanced manufacturing towards services higher. Sump shen. Can we trust the numbers coming out of Beijing? Well, we don't have to trust the numbers. But I think we can say that there are fairly consistent and it was fast. And now it's slowing and it's about half or even less than half than it was in the gogo years in the two thousands. So you see this across the board, and this leads to all kinds of social tensions inside China because in the past there was also unequal growth, but all boats for rising, so people were willing to give the government or by because at least things were getting better. And people could always feel that at least their children's feature would be better. And now, it's not so sure a housing prices are unaffordable, it's really hard for young people to buy a place even a second tier or third tier city. It's harder and harder to find work because you have to be really well qualified for this new economy China wants to build so the challenges are really are not less than in the past. And I think that it's it's something it's it's just a series of headaches for the government. So if we look at how Chinese people are dealing with the economic challenges on a day to day basis, maybe they don't mind so much that GDP figures or GDP targets aren't completely accurate, but Sarah, what do you think of outsiders who were who are looking at China? And it's progress does it matter that they might be questioning the veracity of the numbers coming out of Beijing. Of course. So people are concerned, I'm outside of China, and even within China that a lot of the growth is created by this artificial stimulus that it's government expansion of credit as well as fiscal stimulus that is responsible for economic growth now. But I just want to go back for a moment. I noted that people in China may not be concerned with the GDP figure. I think that people are concerned about growth itself and there. Our own circumstances. And I think that some people are concerned about whether they're going to maintain their employment in the future. Now, the situation is becoming increasingly dire in terms of the job market. And I think that you know, this is something that people are really keeping an eye on.
Scientist who helped create first gene-edited babies fired by university
"Yussef. China's says scientists has Yan coup broke the law and medical ethics when he altered the genes of twin baby girls as embryos the government says he will be quote dealt with severely for violating scientific integrity and his university in Shenzhen has already fired him Shinwa said he recruited eight volunteer. Couples for the experiment by forging ethical review
"yan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Called Yan Carlson. Y'all young calls and had written a book called moments of trade. And that was that was really the early stages of understanding the importance of loyalty critical points of engagement in the customer journey. So that's been really impactful on you in your career hugely. So and I've never forgotten that, and as I progressed through my career, I've gone back to that. And really what he was with faking to that was just the important advancing psychology of human behavior. Madly tyrod. Once we understand the tune into that as organization brand, we've come far more adept at meeting the needs of the travelers. The second line was. As we all know it. At that time, Richard Branson was very involved in the business and his energy with infused into everything that we did. And what I love that was it was okay to work in an organization that didn't have a tight framework offered the flexibility to the employees in the business to interpret what they were doing and to deliver to perform that role in a way that was unique to them to show their personality as they as they undertook that date sounds like operating outside the norms. What will Christie I have to say. I mean, we have a hard clock on our show. Unfortunately, we could go on for many segments. But unfortunately, we can't do that today. Love to have you back. We want to talk about some of the other happenings going on with preferred and a few other things, but we really do. Appreciate your time today. Please do stay connected with us. And we'll look forward to having you back of the the future. Okay..
"yan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Being ripped off the lease to the worries when a doctor under a cloud is treating you. I got some important information for you to know about doctors backgrounds. And coming up later. How about you being able to get around in a robotic vehicle. It's no longer Sifi. It's already happening in one major American metro area. I'm gonna fill Yan on how it works. And why it's coming to a town near you before you know it. Talk right now about. Something that is an ultra ultra popular financial service that is growing exponentially. And it's called then MO the O then MO allows you the ability to pay family or friends money at no cost to anybody. Then MO also is trying to grow a business where people pay businesses through the ven MO app, and so it is an ultra easy way. Let's say you're out to dinner with friends and one of them is trying to earn points on a credit card or something and they want to pay the Bill, and then you pay them through. Then MO that's a very common way. It's john. And so then MO has eliminated. Anybody ever having to write a check to somebody else?.
"yan" Discussed on What We Said
"Just remember whatever I think we were broken up for like a month in the tire move even less maybe like two or three weeks unaided that time period, he kissed one of my good, friends, my best friends. Yeah. And I remember being just like devastated I was sick to my stomach and like, and that's not even as severe. But I just remember in high school being like so that is the worst because it's like that rejection of just like not only are we not together. But I'm also going to get with your best friend scenario. Also, it's hard to because we were all in the same friend group. Yes. So that happened a lot in our friend group where people would KYW multiple guys in our friend group. And like they dated multiple girls in our friend group. Yeah. Because we were it was kind of a group Yan so just juggling around. And then two of them got married ended up like in our friend group that didn't even date in high school. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's so people that we have a couple of friends that in high school didn't like each other or like dated other people in the garnered. Yeah. I know it's crazy. Okay. We'll what's your what's your opinion on because I remember being mad at both of them. But honestly, mostly the girl. Yeah. Because she was one of my best friends. So I was like, yeah. Could you do that? Okay. First of all the funniest situation because there was four of us like me you in the two other girls, and she was one of them. And then I remember me and the other girls were like we would do in this situation because it's like you're friends with both of us. We're friends with both of you. And I remember she asked you if she could date him in you. I said, no. No, yes. You're like, I just don't really feel like that's comfort or you. Like, I don't I'm not comfortable with our or something. Like, oh, I think she asked me if I would care, and I was like, yes. Yeah. I would dead, and I remember also being friends with the guy. Yeah. And me being like, I don't know what to so me, and my friend who has not evolved. We brought you guys. Do remember we brought you together yet. You made weird the tried to like men the situation because we're like we just don't anymore drama if we just wanna get over it. But we brought them together to talk. I end it didn't end up. Well, I don't remember any details of talking her. I don't remember anything. I said, I remember, I mean nice. I don't think you are mean, I think you just said that you just didn't like that. They were dating and she was upset because I think she felt bad. But also she liked him. And you're just like I don't care like I don't like that you're doing that. And that's completely understandable. Yeah. Well, because we did for me, and my my other. Friend. We're like bad or gal. We wanted it to work out. But we actually ended up getting back together me and the guy. Yeah. But so and she started dating someone else in our friend group. This is getting sticky messy those say, that's the guy that I went to also so okay? So I broke up with the we broke up for a second. And during that time period was prom. And so I went with this other guy, and we kind of had a thing for a second. And then that's when everything went down where the girl kissed my ex-boyfriend mos- like cool. Yeah. And then so I was like, okay. I think in that moment, I realized I don't really like this guy was going to that. I went to prom with moving. I really like my boyfriend. Yeah. That I'd been dating for awhile. Yeah. So then I broke things off with that guy. And then me and him me and the boyfriend got together in that girl who kissed him, sir, dating the guy went to pro just shook to our core. Like all of us. Everything was just funny. Also that guy that you into limp was the first guy ever held hands with. Actually. No, I think he was 'cause I recieve remember we held hands during a whole movie, and you know, the whole time you hold him someone and it's heinous the is your hand is so sweaty..
"yan" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Show where it's about your power met with knowledge so you can keep more of what you make coming up later bluetooth is such a great thing to have in a car but let me. Tell you it comes with some hazard I'll fill Yan I wanna talk right now about something that people find. Out about after the fact and wish they learned in Clark, school instead of school of hard knocks so here it. Is for you Something. That has changed in the marketplace You, got to be aware of in fact I. Just did something this will show you you've, heard me say from time. To time I'm the dullest person alive Well I just got my. Policy renewal on my homeowners and I sat, down and I read it And why did the language I couldn't understand but reading the various terms of coverages and exclusions Was really important for me to know and When, I, do that what I find. Out is hey. I got a whole here. I gotta fill I gotta call, the insurer I gotta take care of this and I think about the calls I get from, people when they get a homeowner's insurance renewal and they're griping to me about the fact that ensure has increased the amount. Of coverage on their home in the premium and you might think the insurers ripping you off But the truth is with the, cost of reconstructing a damaged part of a home or sticks up new construction if your home, was a total loss is so high so much higher likely than.
Trump says Sessions should end special counsel investigation "right now"
"To you by, Howard air We're coming up on twelve o two. And one hundred one degrees in Phoenix new this afternoon the man accused of first degree murder in the death of Arizona department. Of public, safety trooper Tyler EDNA Hoffer last month is out of the hospital and is now in jail Isaac. King was transported to the mirror COPA county sheriff's, office jail to be booked in for the. Shooting death. Of the trooper police say king fought with several troopers before he pulled another trooper's gun and shot EDNA offer fatally hitting him. The Drapers feared world services will be on Friday and. There will be a public visitation tomorrow A deadly officer involved shooting in the. Valley last, night leaves one band dead and the key nine unit injured the incident happened near twenty seventh street. In baseline road Glendale police were searching for a, suspect who fled DRC custody back in February By city of Glendale police canine officer When I came over the wall shots were fired at, the Glenville officer by. The suspect sergeant John Roth was Glendale police. Says the suspect was shot and killed the canine was. Also shot but expected to be okay no further details is to why the twenty. Two year old suspect was behind bars a man is. Dead after a barricade situation in Tucson he was shot by police this morning after he came out of. A with two guns in his hands, no officers were hurt at Arizona band accused of subtle Yan addition to America's, deadliest mass shooter, as another status hearing in this case Douglas Haig of Mesa will be in, court once more on August twenty eighth. His trial has been postponed six times he's accused. Of conspiring to make and. Sell armor piercing ammunition to Stephen paddock Hake, says he sold the man tracer ammunition which lights up the path of fire bullets in October twenty seventeen paddock fired into the crowd at, a country music concert in Las Vegas killing fifty eight and wounding eight, hundred fifty one Kathy Klein. KTAR news had hoped to log on and download blueprints for three d. printer gun today forget, about it a federal. Judge has halted the distribution of the plan. The battle over the blueprints began in two thousand thirteen. When the founder of defense distributed invented the first pistol entirely created on a three. D. printer and then posted the design online the federal. Government called it illegal export of firearms but the courts later sided with defense distributed which claimed not second. Amendment protection of gun rights but I, haven't protection of speech that's ABC's Jim Ryan Arizona votes valley political expert says, Arizona will be, at the center of the political universe this fall right now democratic congresswoman Kirsten. Cinema has a four point lead over. Republican congresswoman Martha mcsally for Senator Jeff flake seed. In the latest ABC fifteen. OH predictive insights poll stand Barnes with copper, state consulting tells Arizona's morning news it's clear the balance of power in the Senate is at stake this November will be more money spent, on this US Senate seat than it's ever been Spent in Arizona history because of, that phenomenon it early voting for the twenty eighth. Primary elections is now underway Jeremy foster KTAR news as special counsel Robert Muller investigates Russian election, meddling and whether President Trump used Twitter to, intimidate, or, pressure attorney general. Jeff Sessions White House press secretary Sarah Sanders defended the president this morning. Had a tweet this, morning calling, on Torney general Jeff Sessions to end the Russia investigation it's not an order it's the president's opinion and it's ridiculous that all of the corruption and dishonesty that's gone on with the launching of the. Witch hunt the president wants to has watched this process play out. But he also wants to see it come to an end as he stated many times And we look forward to that happening in his, tweet this. Morning Trump called Robert Mueller's investigation Robert Muller's investigation rigged a federal appeals court ruled today that President Trump's, executive order about sanctuary cities is unconstitutional it was vile from President Trump cracking down on sanctuary cities but. His executive order in January twenty seventeen threatened to withhold funding from cities that limit cooperation with immigration authorities exceeded, the president's, authority by. Two to one vote the ninth US circuit court of appeals said that without congressional authorization the president cannot refuse to disperse federal. Grant money to achieve. A policy objective of, punishing cities that adopt so called sanctuary policies Aaron Katersky ABC news New York a couple of sports notes the. Coyotes will honor former captain Shane Don by retiree against, number nineteen jersey February twenty four ceremony will take place at Hilo river arena in Glendale When the, coyotes host the Winnipeg Jets don't spent his entire twenty one year National Hockey League career with the Jetson coyotes and will be the seventh player to have a. Number retired by the coyotes jets organization and the sports and entertainment, commission has announced that the late Arizona State University at cardinal star Pat Tillman as well as the Olympic gold medal swimmer Gary, Hall junior, former Arizona, Diamondbacks star. Mark grace there among those. Who have been elected to the twenty eighteen Arizona's sports hall of fame class, the induction. Ceremony will be held November first at the Scottsdale plaza resorts At twelve oh seven with traffic every. Six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic Senator Bob we still have that crash on the two zero two Santan transition, ramp to northbound, one zero, one it's not. Locking, it is off right but right sleet and just a bit our, latest crash chest. And Glendale at just west of fifty Fifth Avenue also seventy Fifth Avenue at Grand's a crash.
"yan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Zero four hundred okay so Suzanne the apartment. Complex now it's really such little money we're. Talking about. We're talking about. Sixty I just. Got off the phone with him he thought. That two hundred dollar was refundable. Oh no wait a minute, wait a minute let's Get that. Jim When you go for an application, by the way I'm. On your side I. Think it, sucks you know I've seen apartment houses sit there and, in one day collect fifty applications at one hundred bucks a, piece or more and they know they're only going to pick one of them and it's. Non refundable, down I mean it's, it's to. Me it's criminal but, in any case, in any case what I need, to know is did you think or were you told the two hundred was refundable They didn't. Tell me it was. Two hundred, on the phone time I did know that until I, got my Bank statement wait a minute and I'm looking at, my balance and they hold on you did this you did this on the phone I. Did this, on the phone and, you said. And you said tell, me the conversation, you said I want to apply, for an apartment and they said okay there will be a fee Yeah There'll be a fee and you said what I, said. Okay you didn't say how much I did not come. On, I that's the very first question out of my. Mouth there will be a Fe or how much is? That did you didn't ask that at all you, said, okay then what then they, said, okay, well you'll be charged for for the application. Fee Yan, you, sad and you gave them your credit card I, did never ever even bothered to ask how much, no I thought, it, would be under one hundred dollars but you thought. Okay so then you gave them your credit card number then what they charged me. Convenience fee and then they charge more the credit. Card and then. They. Charge me now -plication the again that's sixty five yeah the two hundred. Sixty. Five plus the way? Dollars for but the sixty, five what was that for that was the. Application. Fee but the two. Hundred was the application fee exactly? They charged me Suzanne what do? They say about this what do. They say about. This this is what she told me. I just called I didn't say who I was with I just said how? Much is an application fee to apply to live. There she said it's a sixty five dollar application fee. That's non? Refundable. And. A two hundred dollar administrative fee that's she. Okay Gotcha did say the two, hundred dollars was refundable if you chose to move By the end of July Made it very clear on the phone. You choose to move in but if you don't move in then what you can. Lose. Your two hundred bucks okay so listen Jim? I. Don't disarm man why? Don't.
"yan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"So we just found out that you arrive at the seventh seed with near the east bc is a chance i don't know where pc has gone getting that information about the your eyes on at pittsburgh to play oaklahoma and if they win that they played duke they can be both of those deeds of two major freshman stars the country to change for a young and no modern begging a third all right so let's get back to this action 16 12 dan january john cavanaugh over the number one seed 100 hawks down four off the time out 647 ago go sixteen twelve via reto outside the 3point line gives on the left zack brooks is back of a game and he misses a 15footer off the floor roman picks up the ball left hand rebel pulls up jumper good hey genes well mount pleasant the tuesay start take control of this ballgame although i'm sure we will have runs back and forth aplenty before were done absolutely right now while peasants running a kind of a hybrid deep at sangatte everyone except watson fear reto and uh and after the weeks fear read although turn the ball over in the lane and enrollment comes back guarded by fbi radio roman throws into the corner kick goalms he drives yan misses the shy we got a rebound by weeks and go and waxing and gomes's i didn't touch him which is what he generally says the thinks he got the ball i said 707 on a car he got his third foul visit second in a minute and eight seconds about his average to by uh i like down to the amendments blair howard lovely is easiest he's got a lot of you have these poor decisions of the fence meant that a leading into a pickup all has ease smack we threaten fell afterwards yet you've wpr is that he's getting a poor quality second brit the following yeah well he's had a couple of yeah had a couple of tough calls over the play australia but that one i will get you know when to hold them in folate you're gonna if you've got a crowd of the official brick added no and everybody in the house knows what you did all right but i like the way he plays you comes in he gives a spark and he's he's he's.
"yan" Discussed on What's Good Games
"In the water and your sister yan asked to she transform too i wonder why she bit my head of what i mentioned seal hunting shook his head not that i know of and i think she would have told me she's the only one who actually see me change except for you so they keep having this moment i can't heavy child you can you can have my child what about being pregnant blah blah blah uh at the end she says or continues she put her arms on his shoulder looked into his face with a quizzical little smile gave a small shrug of nonchalance a seal a man whatever she said is perfect i i i feel like slogans okay peter gallery okay that that would be the biggest boehner killer alive ziff who man that i just slept with was like hold on and then he dives into the water comes out like unlike unlike splashes me with i would just nope the fuck out this is a dealbreaker dhaka's they cuban on seal farm i don't think so no okay man who disarmer i agree with you man who dislike with longterm relationship if i go home tonight inmates like by the way but in the shoveling no black like not heard shower flops so i am not i am nonmarine animal animal a sexual thing thank you so much arena i feel like it's finally come full circle from the husband is talk to now we've actually like uncovered the secret of the com in as new now we'll pure out periodically play that is very romance security whisper with his he'll listen there's a there's a lot more the obviously this the very end of the book there's a lot more build up about their relationship and what he means to her and his relationship with the plan and it's like it's it's the we've had a funny moment here but this is a really good series and that was and trying to be like whatever like at the right they're very romantic i can see like i think i have a little crush on him now just like i do not think.
"yan" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Your was break it up a little bit i don't know you must be the subway since you're in new york right now you must be hanging on the subway a eddie joe joe he must really be the single poll showed just say i think you realize i i had you to on he was always my time saga has a riveting questions on your own reis you're right i mean you know if by i you made me stove over here about baseball yan yeah i know you mario get him back for us said we talk more captured by laugher do it and so now you're talking so much about this do the job since this kind of crazy like is he in unemployment aligned because that means you really trying to get a job just outage show like damages trumpeted okay but you know you're talking about because nothing is being said and the keep and the fact that their mentioning he's not playing because of his play this ridiculous i'm still looking at that but then okay let's talk about a guy who said he did want to play jay cutler don't don't wanna india where we have every mukalla back we have all year with you to guys and i know that fullbodied a writer down so we won't forget what you just said you we'll forget it so we'll come back to that any are you there and i'm here hopefully it will we gotcha for now eddie mccall again la times joining us in new york jacob i was telling the fellas are earlier in his last time out he actually hit some one and you're right in the nose and he said that he was a little bit rattled from that what are you expecting out of him is this seem to be just right back to normal expected nonoil maybe smeared president he'll be fine i would it be will be back to normal better pitcher i don't think he's to be cooper rattled by fowdie.
"yan" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"Now your situation where you know you've cultivated that had were you take pride and everything no matter if it's your responsibility or not you know because you're also developing other habit which is take responsibility and accountability no matter what it is whose fault it is which is an excellent valuable skill to have in any situation whether you're the c o or the janitor you know so you could started with a little is things yep so before yan want you recap five points on my went close with number one without confidence you can't really stay on course in life you can't persevere and your goals and dreams and you cannot get to confidence unless your life has characterized by excellence number two purse pursuing excellence protect you from the danger of laziness number three pursuing excellence is going to improve the quality of your social life and really your whole experience of human society for pursuing excellence is going to make you highly resilient when bad stuff happens to you or your challenged in any way number five excellence is everything because only the excellent win in business in life winning matters and and you know what everybody listening this wants to make more money everybody listen to this wants to to earn more money they want to become wealthy they want they wanna have resources or they wouldn't be listening to an entrepreneur podcast this this habit this character trait this this pursuit of excellence that we've been talking about.
"yan" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Yan from canada earlier that and sometimes you you came very close to to missing the show because the traffic or snow or whatever but that's that knows our strength lesser yeah i said i don't want to all of it on the sunday i could never figure out why i get that i when i go undefeated i have no idea why and i would i don't want to go all and the montreal was there and thank the myself i'm not going to make the following the show one i'm i'm a good i think ten minutes and honestly for the show you know which means you had ten minister pretty much goal over your act with the produce her and phil eddie and so that and didn't blow your name or and didn't you give a description that turned out to be not what you're doing so you're does really cb your pants television a lot of funny things about under the art there and the well and you know you have to know he fifth overall year yeah young people i don't i would be interested well you know what you want to and you would i mean demographics is ample forty five an out but i do you have a younger listeners and their twenties who do like the historical element of i program and i suspected build enjoy a little by little from from us the same reason because gone back to how we star this conversation you are one of the thread between the golden age a hollywood and today in that you're met many these great stars are no longer wet.
"yan" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast
"On i kendrick speaks directly to yan yan and two although we can't note if the are still involved in gang politics and compton based on the call backs and kendrick's work we can assume they happened in the past he has a message for them and all the black community in compton to get an overall picture of the dramatic effect of the archipelago piece kendrick performs or going to first listen to it in full as we listen notice how kendrick's words and messaging penetrate the noisy crowd now the eventually fall silent promised days i never used a phrase sun neither instead think about what you say flat nikos no bennett family win on the janko no better than a white man with slain boats sound like a need a so so search might collapse gave me some came in real purse we must step so what they never taught me the amount worked fast before cover may cut me a dedicate this one first two oprah had an infamous sensitive in work controllers so many artists gave for an explanation list with this is my explanation straight for ethiopia in each eu s definition royalty king wait listen in each eu s description black yep who rookie wulan now let me finish the history books overlook two world in highly america tried to make it two hours to fatty domi still recognize we be using it wrong so i'm a break it down to put my came in a song in each eu s same with me or say no more black stars become a kept me taking from oprah winfrey tell us you better time kendrick lamar bath tall really sneakers a laugh.