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Emotional Intelligence and Success

The Goal Digger Podcast

15:12 min | 1 year ago

Emotional Intelligence and Success

"I am so excited. I feel like as I've been watching you as you're unfolding in this kind of new evolution of tico. I am like in the front row seat with my Chin on the stage. It's like bring it on and so welcome to the show you are going to blow our minds today quite literally and I'm so excited you're here. I'm excited it to be here. Thank you guys so much for the invitation in the welcome. Oh Hey okay so walk me through. We were already talking about the name Tico. The one and only blue is tico and what do you do so tico. I is this ECLECTIC woman who I don't know I feel like I'm a patchwork of life. I feel like you know people say their stories. I feel like there's so many chapters I try to embrace all of them to become Tico so my current chapter looks like marriage of before eighteen years in December. I have two babies their babies to me died September but she's still baby and then my son is ten so one boy will grow. I get to love them equally and have a favorite of both I tell them you're my favorite son so I love that and I currently trained corporations organizations and team leaders on emotional intelligence really big on. I'm really big on human behavior. Actually in so I study I've been a student of human behavior for so long. It seems like that's been the common trend in my entrepreneur journey and transitions from whatever focuses in that season and so right now emotional intelligence which is really not a new phenomenon but it's very you know things start trending and catching on and so it's one of those things that people are really starting to pay attention attention to and so that's what I teach train on. I love that wind trends lineup with our visions and you're like yes like right now. Big eyebrows are in in and I'm like I've only waited thirty one years for eyebrows to be were being back here to that's about my head. It's like I've been doing this. Since I was eighteen. I'm forty three now but when I see people like combat hair. Don't care like yes there in getting a welcome to the farming one. Here's your hat hat throughout the fire. Okay okay still breakdown. What emotional intelligence is because. I feel like we're on the cusp of this but for a lot of this is kind of new so break it down for us. It is in Seoul emotional. Intelligence is interesting. I can. I tell you what it's not. Just love starting with what it's not I because I think people have in their minds. I believe with information so readily at our fingertips. People have already made up their mind that they know something are everything so. I'm always like what is it Matt. I start with that so what emotional intelligence is not. It's not this excuse to be emotional and I'm doing open. Air quotes emotional beans as just whatever you feel what I feel inside get to say I get to feel. It and you have to accept it. It's not an excuse for being emotional and it's not not an a way to suppress emotions because I hear that too where people think it's it's the way to Kinda cage which you're filling in Caja emotions and I'm using those words interchangeably for now but hopefully I get an opportunity to tell you. What's the difference round? We're sitting motions and feelings but it's not a way to cage them. Essentially really it's our way that we are able to first identify our own emotions appropriately. That's the key there is are we identifying them appropriately early and then are we able to see the emotions in other people and that's really key about emotional intelligence so it's not just about understanding what I'm filling in real time in real life it's about can I see with that other person possibly feeling to and can I label it correctly and then he's taking both of those things and determining how you're gonNA respond and the goal is for that response to be beneficial to whatever the outcome is wow and so this up blue it's really I know it sounds really deep at some point but another way of simpler way maybe look at it and say it's how I connect emotionally to experiences in encounters counters that are happening around me so it's how I'm connecting whether it's to the people to the experience to the opportunity to just happen to me. It's how am I connecting emotionally. I love that okay so let's dive into the difference between emotions and feelings because I feel like this is important and I. I want to understand it better to yes. I love that was printing. It's interesting because the little quick back story about how I ended up at the emotional intelligence partial long I was doing the branding and strategy for teams and I've worked with over two hundred entrepreneurs on building their brands their strategy their stories and what I recognize what they really were trying to do is fix what they were filling and so when it came the big teams. I found a huge problem if they wanted in result. They didn't really care about the good work entrepreneurs he cared more about the validation and not the product and I just kinda got got sick of seeing that I'm like. I don't think these people get that behind. All this good stuff are human and there's something that makes humans work there something that connects all all of us and if you look up the definition of humanity you'll essentially see that's what connects us all is really how we feel how we act how respond are temperament and our emotions in consoled. That's how I even landed into guy do something different than just coming up with these in results but not focusing on the actual people that drive the results and this works in life life and his marriage and as a wife. I'm wife went. Hey there's some women who aren't intimated going but whatever it is for your success story at the end. There's a a human that has to drive it and so we're made up of human emotions and feelings. Excuse me so we're made up of human I mean humans humans humans are made of emotions and feelings and so the important thing is to know. How do they different so that's where we of course. What's about amazing in so can? I just say I listen to a bunch of your pass and I love that they feel like teaching moments. You feel like someone sitting in on audio. Classrooms built who may mean fight like this is going to refund student today as I follow you. I am like T go. You're a wealth of knowledge and inspiration but like this is something I I I mean. I know you say it's not new but like for a lot of us. It's something that we haven't necessarily considered in the development of brands of businesses where for now it's like. You're turning lightbulbs. Oh we'll go because that's important so it's literally thinking about what drives us so if we were to talk about emotions and and feelings right there's nothing we do as disconnected from any most you and we're going to talk about some of those emotions which makes it even more poignant where we can can actually drive home the point so let's talk about the difference between them so a feeling a feeling is really your belief about something so if I say let's talk about the feeling of love. I think love is in the air. You will love as an example so if I tell you I feel that love exists for everyone. I'm telling you my belief about love. I'm saying that I believe in love. I believe love Israel. I believe love. Can you know it exists. I believe the left can be attained. It can be found so every time we say I feel also giving you what I believe about that. Feeling which means it comes from almost like a learned a a better way to say yes. Feelings are more of a learned behavior so if anybody's writing than it's easy to see it this way so feelings we learn because we learned beliefs right so we might learn about love based the stuff we saw growing up and the crazy thing about that is always say we either gravitate or deviate from what we see so whatever you've learned it doesn't mean you're going to mimic what you learn. You're going to make your your own beliefs based off what you've learned so if you saw a loving relationship between your parents you might say that's exactly what I want. If you grew up say like me I grew up in a single parent home in there was no father around. I still knew what I wanted because I'm as far as a loving relationship because I didn't have it deviated native from what I experienced but I learned my belief based off of what I saw so because I didn't see a father so my mom struggling trying to keep what with three kids it gets crazy. 'cause we all have three last names so go figure in my mind again. I don't want any of that right so I love my belief about loved my feelings about about love based off of what I saw so I think that's just like this sidebar. That's important that when I say that you develop you learn what you feel you learned your beliefs does not necessarily you learn exactly i. I know some people say well. I didn't see it so maybe no you still learn what you feel about. It based off of what you've experienced so feelings are these things that we learn is based off of a training raining. It could be what we've been exposed to. It could be what we practice. Sometimes we have like spiritual rituals or spiritual beliefs or religious beliefs that make us think a certain way about something another example. I love this like right now. We have so many women right we never had this many women run for the office of President and and some of us have feelings behind it some we won't call it. They're good or bad positive or negative but some have very strong feelings about should a woman be in leadership while that tells me what my belief is about women in leadership. What do I really believe should be happening. Do I believe women can take on that role. Do I believe women could be so focused to drive a whole country right and so that tells me what I believe now that's where it separates from emotions because he motions almost watch this usually when I watch only watch anything right here this field this many motion is an instinctual response to the feeling so it's usually the reason it's instinctual here's here's where we all get to become like scientists really quick okay instinctual biological. It's a biological response to what we feel and end so think about the last time you were angry. You probably got hot. You've probably started sledding. Me Probably started studying in my hand. I don't have hair Zorba sweat. Do you might freeze in the moment you might find yourself shaking because anger is a biological response and everything about our emotions of the same way if you're frightened how you're frightening home frightened in a might look exactly the same physically except we're two different women from in two different backgrounds. You might be my sister from another Mr but it's apparent they looking at us. We're two totally different women but we're going to who express that emotion about anger and fear and happiness the same so really quick here are the basic emotions there's like four basic emotions oceans and those are happiness sadness fear and anger and from there we have all these other ones that look like anxiety -iety depression can be an emotion. We have so many and you'll hear compassion excitement grief. Brown does a really good job. I'm going to add that to something for a Europe followers for all the gold diggers but she has a list of all these emotions. There's almost like twenty seven may once but the four core ones are happiness sadness fear anger that that's that does that help you could good because wrestle emotions are literally they kind of follow feelings so you have these beliefs about something and then it drives your actually motion behind it so you're filling about this. Does that make you angry so using our love example really quick. If you think about about how we say you know the the love and emotion might be if I'm scared of love so let's go with someone who's afraid of love then. I might get nervous. If someone flirts with me. I might get angry when I see see all these. Mary couples actors if love is in Biarritz of this rainbow right but but if I believe in love and I'm excited by love every time I see one of those shows I come addicted to a Bachelorette. Maybe people who probably believe in that right and so emotions show up based off your belief so does that have that step. Can I ask a question then yes so we've been actually it thinking now that you as you're breaking down and like I have been exploring emotional intelligence so much with my daughter as she's starting to put connections together of what you know like stranger danger or like going to the nizer and so like we were at the doctor the other day and she had to get shots and the doctor is like we'll next next time she comes. She's going to be afraid of me and I was like well. I don't want her to be fearful of this. So the feeling of either she attributes the doctor to you. A positive or a negative will drive the emotion correct. Okay yes yes that's exactly right and in that example fell in depends because now your among so there's such thing I should say there's a such thing on creating for emotional intelligence period and raise any personal intelligence. That's like something really working for the new. I I am first in line for this. This is GonNa be exciting because what happens is. It's what we show our kid when they're kids. They're they're literally picking up how we response so she sees you really so. I call my doctor my children's doctor my first name. Betas when they see her. She's be almost as part of her care not as apparent. Eh Care System right so you know what is your voice. She's here to give you all the candy you know Grandma's Air Force us here to give you more like they under talk of how you built those relationships are key and I know we're GonNa am hopefully talk about a about the tests and the difference between E. Q. And but since ships are a key component so if you can keep that in mind for your daughter right now she's watching the relationships USA with other people. Oh and that's how she's going to be so she might say doctor hurt me but when the doctor says oh I'm so sorry she's readily to receive such you might be more nervous than Matt and Love Humana for nervous Adrian. It's the dot I'm ill again like just exploring this in so many ways because I'm like how do I want to teach her and lead her and I don't don't want to invoke fear on traveling or anything like that you know and a lot of common fears. Mike I believe a lot of it is taught either either intentionally or unintentionally by parents who are kind of making their children afraid of something. Maybe I over analyze all of this but I I just feel like manure in my head right

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"zorba" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"zorba" Discussed on KGO 810

"With, with you live in the tropics. Are you need darker skin? So you don't have. Zorba so much by the b whereas if you live more closer to the polls, you need to, to have lighter skin and give moral be so again this many sites that have Goldilocks zone. We live in. And if we lost the ozone layer big time, it'd be a big problem. Now was the pleaded fifty percent and someplace which is dangerous. That's that's horrible. Yep. And yeah. For those, for example, working and Artika. They have to be much more careful about sunscreen than using heavy son. I mean, I know growing up in the fifties, we used to all wound on the beach for, you know, that was a wonderful thing to do. That's not real smart. Now unless you've got a lot of some tan lotion, which is rated for all provider date right now of the depletion of the fifty percent depletion at the time. What was primarily responsible for the volcanoes or man, or a combination of both? Well, we see in the geologic record. Biggies volcanic big enough. A saw lava flows that it caused mutations that we can actually see in the plant life fossils from that same period of time. So there have been times in geologic history, where we would not have survived for many reasons ozone being one of them. All right. Let's go to the phones, picking up by going to Lisa and Seattle Washington to get things started. Hello, lisa. Dr Peter I just wanted to comment about Seattle..

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"zorba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"zorba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"For the last twenty years by playoff this awful fortunate to be only down seventeen you pointed a lot of things, but how about Phileas twenty four points pay in a corner. Hey, remember, what you said the paint was important as lavar speaks it in a right? Hated voter is good. He's got another field goal. His fourth that it's thirty two seventy from Virk keep them in the area code. But it's gotta happen down here way. Too easy for Philip deeds. Got it against Hollis Jefferson, tough match-up to say the least hands to Butler at the foul line around the. Screenwriter of takes it underneath Nashes it out to have that little circling the rim or at the foul line newly script by God. At back, spins it up and shoots it in the recovery by Jimmy Butler, who's going to block the shot for the brick. Out of the game. Exactly. Now for him. They got nobody. There is on the white wing against butlers. That's beyond the free twelve in the shot clock diverse angles off to the left around the Hollis Jefferson pick to the baseline leans jump pass. It was the flooded by Butler hand since steel seven turns. Now, Brooklyn Simmons of the front court stops at the top of the key throws at right cycle. Rettig into 'em bead of the laid Carrizo Burke, that's a mismatch beat speak in the face today. That ain't. Pointed at Hollis Jefferson and Zach Zorba the rest of the crew immediately polling technical foul, and I'm not supplies because I don't think these officials want anything to escalate especially this war continues. Ray remain well in favor of one side. I totally agree out of. But I wish I see around the league. Yeah. You're right. I watch a lot of other game as it isn't the pre forty games. You guys are doing you. See somebody rock the baby or little Casey. It's been a major factor guys point in each other and nothing being done. So hats off over there. He's a really good fit. I like to call to try to keep the same on the control the Russell foul shot. No good. But it's been ball. Ten forty to play first half thirty six seventeen. Philly did witty weaving around streams to the right album backs and beat out on a switch seven to shoot starts. The drive. Take some light to pay good help by Harris the floating shot over Harris. No, good rebound tip that abound. And it is still has good call out great help from Harris because that was a layup. He blew by Embiid and Harris came from the weak side and change that shot in the shop. Walk the calls. The mist in possession. Village comes Philly up thirty six seventeen and bead top of the circle against Hollis Jefferson hands too. She's away from MB drives right away takes Hollis Jefferson in picked it out to Harris on the shut off Erris at the foul line back down Russell into the paint leans into a ten skins. Physicality out on letting do anything they want to do Russell around screen at the foul line dribbling leaving taking into the baseline nearly lost. It got it. The Dinwiddie on top right corner against on the dry, the paint lost at all the flex that grabbed by Butler ahead front court left side, fakes three leads for be top of the three. Joel Embiid another and it's forty one to seventeen July staving the liberty bell logo with his hands in the air soaking in the relation when this Philadelphia crowd that is feeling forty one seventeen lead two and a half minutes into the second..

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"zorba" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"zorba" Discussed on TechStuff

"Carbon dioxide makes up the vast majority percentage wise of all greenhouse gas emissions back in two thousand sixteen. It was eighty one percent of all greenhouse gases emitted by man now, there's a natural process in our planet in which carbon gets removed from the atmosphere. Plants do it as part of their normal life cycle, they take in carbon dioxide, but we're dumping way. More CO two into the air, then plants can absorb and on top of that we tend to wipe out large areas of plant life in order to do stuff like build cities or have farmland the carbon were introducing into the atmosphere has been locked away in coal for millions of years until suddenly unleashed. And dumped in there. So is there some way we could reverse that right and take carbon out of the air and lock it back up. The answer is not only. Yes. But also that there are lots of different ways. He's we can do this. There are three general approaches when it we're talking about coal power plants in particular, because there's no simple way of just grabbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in general. So if we look at the places where we're dumping a lot of CO two and say can we find a way to capture it right there at that source that would be very helpful. So I you can use solvents or solvents to capture CO two ads organs such as activated carbon or zeolite s- can separate CO two from other gas mixtures, and it's used in the process of hydrogen production. It's also used to remove CO two from natural gas. But when it comes to coal power plants. That's different story at Zorba materials have a limited capacity to take out CO two, and they aren't quite up to the task of doing the job on so largest-scale as on flue gas. So while it does work in smaller applications for things like a coal power plant. This approach would not work solvents are more promising. And in fact, are actually being used in some carbon capture facilities already right now as the primary way of capturing carbon dioxide there's a process called Amin scrubbing in which derivatives of ammonia called a means react with flu guests, they can potentially remove an enormous amount of carbon dioxide practically all of it at least on paper. But there are some questions about how quickly certain a means may degrade and flue gas, or how much energy is needed to regenerate the system, you know, how much do you how much energy do you need to put in to put in enough of the salt, the solvents to take out the CO two and without answering those questions we can't really know if this is an effective approach on a large scale. But there are a lot of pilot programs out there that are using this method the next. Big way because I was one right? The sore bids in the solvents the second big way to remove CO two from gases is to use gas separation membranes, which is pretty much. What sounds like he can think of it again, kind of like a sieve they allow certain materials to pass through and they keep other materials back, and there are lots of different types of membranes out there. So not going to go through them all because they get real technical and their tons of them. But you would typically need several membranes along an entire stream because they don't individually achieve a high degree of separation. In other words, stuff can get through one membrane. So you wanna have extra layers kind of extra layers of protection to capture all of the CO two. However, adding membranes adds complexity to the system and complexity tends to translate into cost..

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"zorba" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"And then how can I walk to where the prophecies of time? Different opinion might be that it's just scaling strategy. That's it. You don't want to be back. But if you're to peel under any one of those operations like last sitting the how big can you get if you're not a back how how cheap is it for you to buy money? How many guarantees you can get how many funds you can get look you describe it. It's too expensive for them. So maybe just get the banking license. You can start scaling up more aggressive. You'll get better prices because the system is built for banks. So in some cases, looks like they're looking for the license because it has fringe benefits. So they might not go full in Bank with it. But use it for the other benefits. They're getting out of it. If they have enough cash or the facilities to become a bang. Like most. Well, let's find out because we spoke to these Oprah CEO who's John je Donna, I take a closer look at what their plans all. Now, they have a full UK banking licence. Jay Jonah DNA. See your Zoba Zorba's getting into banking because we want to make people feel good about money when we talk to our customers, and in general, you kick people in the UK what we see is that people are dissatisfied with banks more than half of them. Don't trust the banks or don't have confidence in them and feel. They don't get the right amount of information inside to make good choices with their money. And the idea of the Zaghawa Bank is in aid of creating would be is the best place for money place. People feel good about how they manage their money a place where they talking to and the place they feel they get the right level of information inside too big choices as well. As the great valley products. That are easy and simple to understand. If If we look we look at at. Zola's legacy to allow of had a thirteen years of successfully growing, your business, and that the business of more than eighty customers clusters would recommend us defense family. The reason we built that level of. Business model relying on interest without estimates. We always acting their interests and we've delivered them. Great body parts with an easy into billions on the basis of data analytics capability would respond when and cutting technology,.

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"zorba" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"You've probably heard that a swallow or to pickle juice can stop a muscle cramp quickly some athletic teams, keep pickle juice handy for exactly that purpose. But we couldn't explain it. And neither could anyone else that is until we talked with Dr Bruce being the Robert Winthrop, professor of neurobiology at Harvard. Medical school. He and his colleague designed a muscle cramp drink that they call hotshot. It contains kept say Sinn, ginger and cinnamon now, Dr bean have to tell you as a pharmacologist, we were very much aware of the fact that people were sharing with us their home remedies for cramps, you know, people who were long distance bicyclists or people who are just armchair football watchers and got cramps in the middle of the night. We're telling us the pickle juice worked that if they swallow the tablespoon of yellow mustard that that worked in about two minutes, and we tried it ourselves, and yes, we knew it worked. But there were a lot of health professionals who just laughed. I mean, they just said this is placebo. It's like getting up and walking to the refrigerator to get the ELO mustard or the pickle juice. That's what's doing it. It couldn't possibly work and as a pharmacologist I was going. Yeah. I can't imagine a. Zorba ding, the mustard or the or the pickle juice ingredients quickly enough to circulate through your body to to end the cramp. It didn't make any sense logically. Until I read about your research. And all of a sudden it was like, wow, that's an alternate universe explanation. So can you tell us how it is that hotshot or any of these home remedies is actually working to stimulate those channels in the mouth the throat and the stomach to override the nerve stimulation that's causing the cramp. Well, the hypothesis we have and it really is a hypothesis because you know, it it's very difficult to go in and rigorously test every element of it. But the hypothesis we have is that the stimulation. So we what we know is happens. And it's very clear I mean in you can feel it when you drink. It is you are stimulating the sensory neurons in your mouth, and your guess. In your stomach, and you feel that you feel a kick from from drinking it, and it's followed by kind of an afterglow which is clearly from activating some of the receptors that mediate the sensation of heat bizarre called trip the one channels. So it's very clear we're getting strong stimulation of these of this population of sensory neurons those sensory neurons. There's a lot of them, and they go into multiple circuits one of the circuit's they feed into through the Vegas nerve. And from there, they stimulate areas in the brain stem and other places in the brain and those areas in turn have very strong control over spinal cord circuits. And so these brain stem areas, for example, released transmitters like dopamine serotonin norepinephrine CDL calling all of which have input into the spinal cord, and so what we think is happening. And we're reasonably sure about this part. Is that the ultimate effect of that change in these modular, Tori, pathways in the spinal cord is to just tweak or damp down the excitability of the motor neurons which are causing the cramped to begin with? And we know that in models of spasm that the motor neurons when they're firing excessively when having these little mini seizures that are producing cramps or spasms that that activity can be turned turned off actually fairly easily. It doesn't take much to do it. It's almost like a little by stable circuit where it can be active where it's firing having the seizure making the cramp. But you don't have to do much damp it down and stop it. And so we think it's the activity modular, Tori activity from higher up in the in the brain that's damping down the sensory neurons in the mouth and the SAFA gets and especially in the stomach also have direct input into the spinal cord, and so it may be also that that direct input. Modulating these circuits so alternate the the effect is to modulate the circuits controlling the motor neurons which in turn control the muscle. And the exact details of how that's happening. We don't know..

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"zorba" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Job. The owner of this Donut shop was spraying down the sidewalk with a hose. Oh, and he was, I guess, cleaning it or I've not sure. Probably maybe he was watering honoring sidewalk cleaning. It seems like they're getting very little dirt off the sidewalk, but it's an easy job short. So I walked over and I said, Sergio in this California doughnuts and he was a California. It was the California too. Okay, deadly that out. Yeah, yeah. I believe he did. Sir deal on this California donuts. And he said, well, why? Of course, I do young man and he how old was he. Sixty doesn't know that I'm over six hundred years. While you look fan. Thank you. I know because so few people are it's true probably has. No, he has no idea, and and I should say for listeners because they can't see you, you have not aged. So like six hundred years. You're like Richard from loss. Okay. That's a great way of putting it. Hi Ed, like Richard for Las. What about dick Clark? This guy always looks young. See, you see, always looking ever eat well, especially with this plastic surgery. Faster surgery still. Oh, yeah, definitely. I think I think they go in. They apply some every couple of years. Natural goes on TV. He goes into a room and they put like makeup and stuff on his face. Be crazy. I don't like that. I'm just saying, I heard it just makes me uncomfortable. I'm not sure that I'll be able to watch him again. She's Hollywood. Now this California Donut's owner, he thinks you're young man. Yeah, he tells you. He owns the Donut shop and I said, oh, excuse me, sir. And then I punch him into through. Wow. How did you take this? Well, he choked. Yes. He gonna see sixty one. Oh no, he's dead. He's dead God. I punched him in Zorba's left force. Okay. So currently I'm the owner of a California doughnuts. You talk to the absorbing. Good. He's people. Dark rituals. Man is he living. Really wanna talk about new jobs. I don't know that we have time to get into the job, have incredible sorcerer powers and you're owning a California shop. I'm not really paying attention to the Doda part. I don't have anybody to. They're really just hose it out. That was the thing. Those appeal is why people generally by Donut shop. So you can a part of the sidewalk. Tell you that city property. You realize that that the hosing down the sidewalk is an essentially an employee of the donuts or the owner trying to get people to come into the Donut shop because the sidewalk is dirty, and if you think dirty sidewalk, doughnut must not be. I don't not want to go into the doughnut shop shot. Can I tell you? Yes, that now that you were the owner of the Donut, shop owner of the tone shop. For you. Are paying yourself with what money money you make from the door. Hang yourself in donuts and the money you make from hosing down the money that I was expected to get. But that comes from the doughnut, man. So I have to make donuts, you got to see lifeforce apparently the guy who made donuts so it should be second nature. Are you saying time to make the doughnuts animate. Hello. Oh. Commercials that I am sick of this guy always don't squeeze this Sharman. Oh. Hey, who's this guy like horizon is the largest most reliable for g. LT network in. Who is that guy..

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"zorba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yielders not nasty that she seem doesn't have a nasty slider. But I think they're getting a little bit of help right now. And that's spoken by former position player. So I'm going to take that side. So you're with a great assault every here's Erik Kratz down, and nobody on Milwaukee up one nothing chop to France, the thirty eight year old catcher as he swings and polls. One foul down the third base line. And it was headed off the wall back out into left field where the left field unpire, Greg Gibson, just kind of casually moved his right foot out a little bit in deflected away for the ball. Boy who was trying to chase it down down. It's a foul. Ball would want on Kratz over four this series went five for eight in the division series. One of the way too fast bowler. Daddy, seventy refers strike oh into an ice story. And you and I talked to briefly in the tunnel around the clubhouse before the game. Thirty eight years old did make the majors till he was thirty never played in the postseason until this year. So you talk about a guy probably with the the perspective to really enjoy the moment. That's aircrafts. Oh, two for bueller. Fastball way up high all one. Just a pitch. They're to change. So the sites of aircrafts get him looking up and moving off the plate a little bit. Usually what will follow after picks like that is something down in a way. See if that's where they're going to one two, and it is a curveball that was down not away, but below Zorba Kratz had to chase.

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"zorba" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"We're not seeing it, but by description of what they're saying, just being piece of the bus driver smack children here to unless someone like kind of he'd have to do something really wrong, violent tab. Bus driver can't just get fire. Smacking child, not let that go. Then that gets no letting go. What are they. By twelve year old, get over it. You fucking your man look Mike. I agree with you, but I gotta know what he did. I'm just thinking row. I haven't wrote on our podcast and I wanna slap them because he from residential facilities. He was grazed residential, and I worked in residential facilities and he's like, Hello, like, yeah. You should be able to tell a staff to go fuck themselves and it's fine. I'm like, are you out of your mind? He's like now they shouldn't be able to do anything like that's not the rules they, they can't do anything to you. If you give you the fuck off every day, do there's a point where as a man, I get it because I'm the guy that would I'm not above smacking subdued for talkin shit. Right? But the quizzes driving Louis cab, the consequences that you're gonna lose your job because you're, you're, you're, you're saying, I don't care what my job anymore. I wanna smack this dude and wanted to kid, especially go like fucking, you know, it's a little bit crazy. You have to be able to to control yourself, not fucking strike for talking shit to you. Are you giving this speech is Louis Jayco misgiving. You have to find your center. It's me bro. I don't think as you have to find a place where dealing with this, I have a peaceful parent. He is. Only thing he's peaceful. Is your parent of violent friend. Seventy special told me that episode of realize pocket that Mr. Zorba's that used to have a fucking whip in his desk spoke with the shit out of kids that's smack them around gotta go crazy. That's leaving beat your kids. I gotta go. Is it like a thing that you have to do? Did the last topic just piss you down. If you're not going to support a bus driver who smacks fucking kid, I'm leaving. Fuck all of you. Go to die for our sins. Mike Vecchione. Everybody just next..

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"zorba" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is not Bradley waiting for me. Wait you. You doing eating a sandwich? You drank in some. Look, this is a pleasure talking to you. I've got a bonus. Because I don't hold for a while. You're the man you are the man I got a question. Now. God bless Joe fifty. I'm sixty one years old up in for fifty gave me a World Series. Today's game was all about getting away from the brewers bullpen call to was not many users both that if it were behind. Yeah. The sixty vitamins six one no one had walk Travis who has not been hitting all year. He fakes supply shows, but first pitch then MacNamara swing history to a double play. Now, the best to hit as we have most professionally as we got going besides Brazil right now is Murphy and and. Oh god. What coming up behind him? Why would you not? To try to get the lead to the one in the bottom other sixty score at that point. You only hit one hit which was results home. Yeah. I just you know, the old sacrifice. When you've got that guy down there hitting nine to hit is to me nothing. I wanna Florida this time right now. No pitchers gonna go deep and Joe's gonna get ripped and criticized for every move. He makes is that's just the nature of the beast, by the way, Dulles swears that that man's name was ranked check with everybody like double check. It's like, hey, Kristen oakbrook. I'm like, all right. Chris. What do you want say you? Then when I said, hey, Randy. What are you? Okay. Randy. What do you wanna talk about? And then he went on. And then he called it. Ben zorba's. Okay. So. The greek. Yes. Let's go to V hens, Dale, you're on ESPN will be not be. Hey, it's. One one two one. Hey, time caller longtime listener, I love you guys. Love josh. Shoutout. Big cat. He's hurt his back. So give him some love. I know he's been he's been laid up the last couple of days, right? Yeah. Slip on a pizza. I love him. I love him. Yeah. Love you guys. Hey, first of all ignore the haters. All right. We got first place bears. We got a ninety five win on the lower side. Okay. Jesse answered all my questions about the rock or tomorrow. But let's just you know, glass half full we get by the Rockies. Tell me your last three guys out what we go up to Milwaukee and exact some revenge directly park north lease. Do you think is out are we are? We are we pitch in Edward. Are we hanging tight with Wilson? Talk to me about you know. Hap is not going to be on the roster that could be I think I think Edwards in an Wilson are both on. I think I mean Joe is going to keep going Edwards. No matter what. But he said the past two weeks, I need him. I well. I mean Jesse said today that he thought it was because they didn't they didn't have any trust any. Trust with Kim slide because Kinzler is a guy. I don't know does he produce a lot more grandma entrusted him today. Are you saying you still going to be on the Ross? Oh, I think you'll be on the roster. I just I mean that was one of my big questions to be on the roster is he? That. We'll continue the conversation. You wanna talk cobs? They lose three one. I want to hear Markey's now all in with Mitch Trubisky after that bears win it is a victory Monday. And what a victory Monday toes in the water. Again, tomorrow's wildcard game right here in ESPN one thousand we're going till seven. If you want for another hour. No, you don't get paid for an extra go get you guys some deed. Yes. Sure. Okay. With Marquis on ESPN one thousand cubs. Lose the division to.

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"zorba" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on Channel 33

"Your right to ask the question about what would be the right way to publish this. And I don't know that there's, you know that we can that we can fantasize a perfect way through this. If you were stuck with Gomez, she peace had he bounce it out. It's it's so far. It's so far from being balanced out. It's so I mean, just just the what we what we started with his disingenuous about what he'd been accused of and and you know the the court verdicts that had led to, you know, someone has the fact that no one that no one thought, hey, we should just be really clear. Let's just not get that wrong before we put this out into the world. But but yeah, I mean, I think I think that publishing a counterpoint right there is is is one way to do it. I think I think publishing. I mean, I think I think the first person first person in this case was just really, really bad. Look. You know, I mean, there was there was zero. None of the introspection of this piece was actually introspective and I'll let me just push back against the for his bad luck, which is one of my list itches bad. Yeah, right. It's not bad because it looks bad. It's just bad. You're you're absolutely right there. Yeah. Now, and I, I just think that it's that if there's anything if you were, if you were firmly in the of the opinion that many of the men caught up in meets who had been wronged. This is not this even then this is not the way to do it. You'd think there would probably be more there would certainly be more of interest and of worth gleaned from a reported peace with Gamez. She as the central figure than giving him the voice in the platform to, you know, right. Middle school mash note poetry in the New York review of books and pretending that it's like intellectually riveting. The hawkenberry us I wanna call just a few details of this before we go on this because he's just like I said, strange and bazaar you know, are are are grappling with offensive here when you to describe these essays? He talks about there's, there's all these essays. There's like there's sort of like a obligatory piteous detail in Gamez. She's it's that he's singing. He's been reduced to like singing karaoke. Instead of being on the radio in hawkenberry, says it his Emmys and Peabody's are in store in a storage unit in Brooklyn. That's his. He also. His kind of strange thing where he's going through all the kind of works that he said, helped him develop his ideas of sexuality. One of which is Lalita another, which is a nineteen seventy four production of Zorba the Greek that he started in high school and has this lied about saying that that production of Zorba from the early seventies is still talked about in his hometown, which in wearer in what forum is that still talked about? Just. Banglore is like, okay, that's interesting. And then he does it his whole thing about that. His what has happened, you know, he sort of one of these again. He's he's not trying to, you know, fully sort of push back. But when he's thinks he's saying that it's like what has been lost in American sites as idea of romance, you know? Yeah, which is just like of all the tactics to take care like essentially, I was just trying to conduct myself as a romantic and that we've all lost the plot on romance. No, you know, you don't know. No, is the right answer. That's right. That's like it'd be that's like like a like a serial killer being like what's really lost in this in twenty eighteen is the ideals of butchery you know, of like being able to cut good meet with a finely, honed knife like, no, this is totally separate thing leader..

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"zorba" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on KTRH

"Choice windows dot net. Batman, thank you. I appreciate hey. Enjoy this weather now, we finally got some sunshine. And I think we got maybe four days where the sunshine. Let says Zorba have a good time. And I always work hard and be kind of people always absolutely. And trae if you end up with some time you and Julie come out and see me tonight here at the passing livestock show and rodeo cook off. Oh, man. Thank you. Appreciate it. Yeah. Sure. You gotta you got your pimped out. There. Don't you? We do will we be having brisket and some other good stuff tonight. And you know, if. If you're gonna come out. Give me a holler. A a meet you at the gate with some passages. I appreciate your. Thank you so much. All right. Well, we'll talk to you later Bye-bye. Hey that goes for everybody come on out. It's a great time out here at the passing livestock showing rodeo barbecue cook off now if you got a question seven one three two one two five eight seven four sigma and welcome to Texas home improvement. Yes. Thank you. My question is about some insulation upstairs. My home is around eleven years old. And I've got the I guess I don't know what you call it. But it says the paper insulation up there. Roundup up paper. Yes. Yeah. So you don't ski. Thank you. The question is after this period of time. I'm sure starts to deteriorate and will eventually go ahead. And 'cause a lot of dust in the house. Yes. Yeah. That's what I figured my problem. That was a short quick cancer. It does. Truthfully. You probably aren't going to see it yet. Could you said seven years, right? No eleven eleven okay. I think I'm starting to see it now. Yeah. I was gonna say typically up around fifteen is when most people start to see it. Getting in that range. So have you put in new insulation? You really have to go inside. And all that vacuum. All that out. Don't you? If you want to avoid the dust. Yes. Here's some things. You can do the though to minimize the dust. If you want to leave it there. Okay. Eleven years ago when air conditioning. Tuck work and thanks for punched through the sheet rock, they didn't always caulk and seal all of it. They didn't talk and seal around light fixtures and stuff and if you'll go through and take the cover off of the air conditioning ducts and seal around all that take the light fixtures down caulk and seal the box and all that that will really minimize the dust coming into your home. Got you. Okay. Makes sense. Okay. I certainly do. Thank you very much. You bet take care. Now, that's that's standard on new homes now, but it hasn't been that many years that they've been doing it that way gotta question. Seven one three two one two five eight seven four few outside the Houston area. Eight six six nine three seven zero zero zero three is it BJ. Yes. How are you? I'm doing. Well. Thank you. How are you doing great? What can I do for you? Okay. We are about to getting ready to get the the roof. The read them you'd say a fifteen hundred square foot cooking ninety four seventy five square foot home. Most story. The roof is a basic simple went there. Not too many ups and downs. We have to them. And. Those. We have reached bench to politics, and I think a member one time on your show. You your recommendation that you don't need the power on. If we have to Richmond. Yeah. You don't wanna have both because when the power vent kicks on. It's going to draw air from the path of least resistance and the closest hole. That's open is the rich fan. So that's where it's going to draw air in instead of drawing it through the sophists. Okay. So just a remove.

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"zorba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Leo laporte the tech kawhi eight eight ask leo the phone number when you call you'll be saying hello to kim shafir hi kim shafir good morning good morning good morning how are you that song little too much music yeah yeah and i notice you have a lovely rose banned for your apple watch just the one they give you one yeah i'm i'm actually looking on amazon right now for replace because i wanna leather one or something you know so that's an interesting thing because you can get it from apple at a zorba price i'm looking at nine ninety nine right and they're pretty much the same band apple made a little bit of tactical air by not copyrighting the lug attaching feature on these so anybody can make an apple watch pant yeah so have you received any privacy statements in the your email any like we've changed our policy you got any of those yet but i barely ever look at my oh look at your inbox my inbox is so littered with joe i need to unsubscribe from everything all of our in boxes are because yesterday was the official start of gdp are the general data protection regulation in the eu and pretty much everybody in the world including us by the way i don't know if you know that had to write new privacy policies and lots of emails saying our policies changed because the law has a fairly stiff penalty if you if you don't hear to it and it has some pretty strict requirements about data deletion notification and all that some of it's really good like a companies have seventy two hours if they get broken into and your data's leak they have three days to tell you which is great.

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"zorba" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"More of the world news is happening you'll hear it here first but only if you're here when hugh hewitt continues all right so here for amac i wanna talk to you about those tax cuts passed last year by congress as you know not a single democrat voted for them the senate democrats called the savings from the tax cuts crumbs the fact is the average family will save more than fifteen hundred dollars this year some we'll save even more than me like crumbs to folks in washington dc but that's real money to most americans the tax cuts are especially good for americans over fifty and seniors to electric bills have been slashed 401k's have risen dividends to all great news for americans over fifty and all seniors where was our during this great tax fight they were silent worse aarp's website is now pushing democratic talking points at amac we worked hard to support the tax cuts but we also need to push the government to stop it's reckless spending and regulation congress heard from our one million members loud and clear but we still got a lot of work to do much more to do the stakes are high this november and that's why i need you to join amac today joining us right now at amacus that's amac dot us and thank you there was one of america's greatest coverups is now a major motion picture body goals a lot of secrets supposed to be the difference between guilt and innocence critics are calling chappaquiddick scrupulous suspenseful attempt chappaquiddick we lead listened edge of your seat of zorba moses but he never left a girl at the bottom of the ritzy chappaquiddick rated pg thirteen material disturbing images some strong language and historical smoking now playing based on exclusive interviews with president trump and his staff the trump white house changing the rules of the game by new york times bestselling author ronald kessler tells the real story of what donald trump is light who influences him how he makes decisions and what he says about the people around him this new book portrays the inside story of the successes that have already brought solid results as well as the stumbles that have turned up even longtime supporters and undercut his agenda get your copy of ronald kessler's the trump white house wherever books are sold this is the.

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"zorba" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Rundown tomorrow morning at fox news dot com many more facebook users than i thought are affected by a privacy issue involving an outside firm ceo mark zuckerberg just holding a conference call with reporters to discuss what they're doing to protect them fox's grenell scott has this lively so now that facebook says eighty seven million people have their acts or data accessed by cambridge analytica the networks founder mark zuckerberg says users safety was recklessly put at risk broaden a view of what our responsibility is and and that was a huge mistake and it was it was my mistake that's why he says measures are being employed to protect users quitting requiring that you haven't used for a while to get your authorization again before queering for more your data as well as putting restrictions on certain user groups zuckerberg will peer before congress next week on the matter lisa thanks gall wall street starts with a selloff ends with a rally the dow up two hundred thirty points a rebound of more than seven hundred points during the session on the fox report fair and balanced what happened one of america's greatest coverups is now a major motion picture dead body goals a lot of secrets i can be the difference between guilt and innocence critics are calling chappaquiddick tad's scrupulous suspenseful moses had a temper i have champa critic we lead listen edge of your seat of zorba poses but he never left a girl at the bottom of the ritzy chappaquiddick pg thirteen material disturbing images some strong language and historical smoking friday i'm darla from santa oh thank goodness you're here we have so much to do i need fire extinguishers right we'll place.

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"zorba" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is my savage there will not be dancing in the aisles but i will result at a greek music for a moment if you don't mind and if your mind well don't mind no and yeah just get to that point insane had a lot of time in the greek island that's why the music they're so mad and english slow that's what i drank ozone give it takes that stuff wipes you out for days but this had nothing but time on their hands because kazantzakis who wrote zorba the greek said some great things he was a philosopher and he said to the engineer you have everything but one thing madness a man needs a little madness or else he never dares cut the rope and be free i love that line and other saying written in that great book zorba the greek as god changes his appearance every second blessed as the man who can recognize them in all olas disguises there's a lot of wisdom and a lot of literature and i don't know how much was than there is in the american media but i will say this the stock market is down nine hundred points today was down six sixty five on friday there is no question in my mind some people call me the sauber of my time does of radio thank you very much man like me should live for a thousand years but i can't god needs me and i'll be there in a while but the point is i'll tell you right now this markets not down by hiself janet yellen blew out the market on friday friday was janet yellen his last day at the fed she said valuations of stocks were too high she then raised interest rates let me tell you something the cia the fbi the nsa to deep state and the fed is all one in the same it's called the establishment all of you stupid liberals don't leave remember your own rhetoric all of the six these were about what fighting the establishment don't trust the thority trump isn't the freddie they are they would rather burn this economy down then let trump breathe freely for one second they have said more things against him than they ever did against the chief of.

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"zorba" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on WJR 760

"The miles per says a crazy more than all the great unit continues that is first three of the game loud eight point basement say we tend to to here comes cleveland's day and with that trying to go down away zorba's tyree abably and i think he got al nice move bear the baseline fake down the middle and got cash is wednesday to pick up the phone that's his first second round michigan say they may she hasn't mr shattia net three for three now there but right now got to stop the penetration so if they tend to game michigan say will include wednesday with seventeen fifty laps per tab what about terry cobner three ball out front off the room no big rebound by award our past the caches still drumming now the circle brings a back out on the sideline kfor josh step back to open the baseline all nothing but by josh bird that is his first two shoes taken four shots made them all four different players have scored nice mid range game again by lincoln 10point lead for michigan state it is a twelve two games bear comes cleveland staved we're the ball five a were being guarded by lankford anabal finds way back out to apple tree appleby the point guard on the side out a carpenter nothing now accounting for three off the rim no but along rebound comes the carpenter on the side goes over to write drives the baseline and we gotta whistle while they're gonna say he stepped down the baseline it'll be a turnover on the viking so seventeen a wanted to go on this first half a play its michigan state twelve and cleveland say is too and that means you will get the basketball back tommaso fourneaux against the vikings all time i front jackson now it wants abounds parizeau mode bridges jackson a three this worse three and i didn't go all five starters of now score they have in michigan state now three two of two from a long line five of 5 from the field fifteen twogame why does start for missions there are france way come back from the break cleveland sale the basketball appleby as it now my clear now goes the right on the.

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"zorba" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"zorba" Discussed on Recode Decode

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