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"zuri" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"Your hair when zuri is 6 and a little bit more aware of others. Like right now at three, she's just learning that there are other people in the world besides herself. That's just development. You know what? I want to touch on some of the things you said. He said quite a few just in that segment there that it's about, you know, some parents want to protect their children. And I get it. I get it, I get it, I get it. At the same time, in protecting them and not sharing what these stages are, what grammar grant for may be experiencing, we forget that they are so perceptive. They are still able to sense tone body language language, perhaps mom and dad are flustered because, you know, their caregivers, they don't know how to manage some of the complexities of the diagnosis when it comes to their parent. I just really want to encourage, of course everybody can make their own choice and have their own options and how they want to raise their children. But I just want to give everyone a different angle that having open communication is helpful because as you mentioned, it gives an opportunity for the young child to be able to participate in the care of their loved ones. And that might mean, hey, you don't have to sit there all the time and feed and all these things. You know, the little one can get involved and be like, hey, grandma, grandpa, here's your tray, or here, mom asked me to bring you some water. And these are things that also teach children how to be compassionate and loving and kind, you know, when they're able to exercise those skills and those behaviors towards other people as well, right? So there's benefits. There's benefits. Also, there have been times where children may hear an outburst
"zuri" Discussed on The Fantasy Web
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"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
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"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"So i feel first of all. Pms real so there's like physical symptoms. Yes the loading breast tenderness the cram sleeping up to that. And then there's like mental symptoms as well so you can have the apathy. I get really lethargic. I mean i'm tired all the time i feel down and blue so i think it's important to like you said like recognize what your symptoms are in tried to take steps to kind of combat. That so like you know for me. It's like adding more calcium to my diet to help with you. Know my lethargy. So using more magnesium helps with bloating in breast tenderness knowing that. I'm not going to make this decision today. Because i am the worst moods. I'm going to just make a rash decision so allowing myself. Ed room to just be like i'm not gonna make any decisions. It's okay i can let it go. I'm gonna rest that. I think as i've gotten older become better at that. Like i'm like i'm just not gonna make any decisions. I'm not going to do any of my regular routine. Give myself that grace. I think it's important to kind of recognize. Symptoms are in. Give yourself that room to just be for that that that we two weeks whatever. Yeah yeah that's spot on. One hundred percent agree obviously with that she show. What would you add as far as why. It's important to track insertive keeping check. What's going on with our bodies. I wanna cosign on both of you. Because i was at up not just happy. Period person in the commercial never had it was li- amazing crops great and then it was like when i hit like thirty it all starts it all and i found myself just extremely emotional but leading we talk about this earlier about really knowing our bodies and a lot of times incitement lots on all the time when you get Happens with your body. You're able to read your emotions your fillings. You're able to know when you're ovulating. You're able to know when you're periods awesome on right..
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"But is there anything that you recommend. We use to kind of get consistent and help understand our our flows a little bit better. Yeah i mean. I'm an at person. So i use my period. There's like a hello clue. I think there's the flow one. I mean if you are more old school in want to kind of jot it down paper they have. You can buy paper checkers. And stuff i just. I think it's important to know kind of like when you know like. How often do you get a period paying attention so if you wanna do school and just jotted down in account. It like on my started on this date last day. So you know when you go to a doctor's office ask you. When was your last period. You can answer that question. It's it's definitely an indicator of health for women so it's important to keep track of that so that you know and you can kind of get seek the help and get the proper help that you need. When you you know you're having issues absolutely shinchosha are there any abs- platforms tools that you recommend to add onto that so actually flow. I am of the group of women. Have an abnormal period migrants. All over the place right. It normally falls in happy. That's not pointed out about the average time stamping between twenty one. Forty five as because i can have a few months in a row mart periods consistent. It's coming on the twenty centerpoint And then i can have time where it's on on the fifteenth in that saw the twenty fifth in the end the last years. I've missed my period every november. I don't have a site at all so that happened. And so i went in for my half every year. I'm talking to my gyn. And i'm asking her. Is this more women around some of the year every year on this period and bomb forever and literally like last night or ten years. It's like clockwork and so she told me she was like completely normal. As long as it's happening normally eat like in it seems to have been doing that in your good health. Everything's coming back fine So it did a lot for me so it's flow. I am attracted right. I checked period every time. I know when it's coming and a win ovulating ice even go as far as put it when having sex because flow allows you to heart with left as so that you're pregnant from it you know it's happening but it helped me because my curious normally about five days when i'm really great healthy before days but with flo that one thing that was messing up my cycle checker was because i would start it on the day that started in on the day that i was not really bleeding by okay hits over but i started letting it run for the full seven days. They recommend in that kind of helped me to see how mockery was because as we know it starts off lightning in a light brown light pink thing. But you're still when you're tie you start leading to the time you inva- leading a lot of county around day or is still happening.
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"You can also see. You're on netflix. Is chess table and ugly delicious. Oocyte thank you so much for joining me today. Thanks you have gained a very impressive amount of wisdom and expertise when it comes to the cultural significance especially a food for the black community. So i would love for you to share your background in this space. And how you discovered that this was even a passion of your. I started to understand how linked food cultures were to how people moved or forced to move around the world. I think it's through that that i started to understand that even though we never really talked about it in my household i grew up really with like the perfect blend of what we see exhibited through black cooking in the united states today which is innovating from where you are from its place of locality in a sense of what you have available to you with this very long history and kind of ancestral connection to west central africa. I wanna talk about the historical significance of food dishes specific to the black culture particularly when it comes to key ingredients really everything you wyche about american food. That's good at. You could probably trace it to some time. were black. people. Engineered that before. I let you go. I want to talk a little bit about this pepsi. Dig in partnership That you have talked to me a little bit about the overall mission how you got involved and also what your role in the program is. I was.
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
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"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"Thank you for sharing your amazing three gt girl. You've gone on haffey. tell me the truth. Are you obsessed. Now are you. I'm telling you y'all please please please. Please just go if you haven't taken the test yet. Do the graham test. One is from the institute. I assume i'm not sure if this is actually true. But this is like the official digital. We made union graham energy vibe. That's not true. Probably but it superficial so the graham institute their website is any graham institute dot com and you can go there to take the test and dive in so. That's the first that i took. It's called areso hudson any type indicator or the ready h. e. test and that's the first one that i took it super in depth really by the book and i would highly recommend it. You can also read the nine type descriptions there and then a fun one. That's a little bit more. Interactive and light is by truancy. They do a lot of different personality. Tests that's tru it. Y dot com. And you can do there any graham tests. Allegedly they say one point one. Six million people have taken personality tests on their site in the last thirty days. And i have definitely taken plenty of personality tests on true. A particularly any graham and myers briggs so check it out hobie like it. Let me know what types you are sliding my dm's let me know. I'm super curious. And thank you again to christopher joining me. On this week's episode my inner nerd was geeking out the entire time. Such a fascinating conversation. I have so much more. I would ask her door. Forget you can listen to podcast if you want more so stay tuned. Y'all more episodes come in every monday. Make sure you hit follow. If you're at apple podcasts. They recently changed the the format the layout the whatever you call it so if you wanna make sure you get notified when we have a new episode hit follow us to be subscribe. Okay and if you're loving tell us words of affirmation keep team how happy mess going so leave us the review. Maybe in fact here's a review from a lovely listener at green l. vr. To to feel like it's green lever to says so real so related. I love hearing zuri talk and get real with real life things. And the fact that she is all about inviting others on to share their experiences zero so relatable and is not here to sugarcoat things. I'm so happy that these podcasts exist. Literally this is the first podcast. And i have made an effort to begin listening to and have access to it here on itunes and spotify on my android phone downloaded just to listen. Thank you zuri. no thank you. Green lover twenty-two. Because i know israel when you go out of your way on an android phone to make the downloads happened necessary to listen to hot happy mez so i appreciate you. Thank you so much and if you listening would like to support me support what we're doing here on the show you can do it by leaving a quick review on itunes. It's free it's easy and it's a way to support us so we can keep growing to infinity and beyond okay so just go to apple podcast type in zuri hall or happy. Messed scroll down right to review. Send this episode to a friend. If you liked it you should take some right now and be like girl or guy. Listen to the episode and they will enjoy it. They can figure out what their personality type is. And then you guys can compare notes. It's going to be great. In the meantime follow me on instagram at zuri hall and at hot happy mess and i will talk to you next monday. If you live phone and the free iheartradio app you have thousands of podcasts on demand the you can binge anytime you want from anywhere. You wanna listen. We love music too. So we curated hundreds and playlists to fit any mood or activity. And of course you can bring your favorite radio stations with you wherever you bring your phone only on the iheartradio app number. One for music radio and podcasts. All in one app. Did you know that we made the free iheartradio app so you can listen to hundreds of thousands of podcast anytime you want anywhere you want totally free love music us to we use music for everything we do in our lives and the free iheartradio app has playlists with music. Perfect for every mood and every moment in your day so we thought we'd share those with you to add to that being able to stream your favorite radio stations from anywhere. It's all free on iheartradio number one for music radio and podcasts. All in one app news outlets will cover stories differently but the black information network is fundamentally different. A twenty four seven all news network of riders anchors and producers with the goal of keeping. You informed about what's happening in the black community. Bin news dot com bringing you news. You can trust. Download the iheartradio app now and listen to the black information network anytime anywhere..
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"It gets bad of in the middle rank range. What i hear from a lot of sixes is they're looking for somebody to lead them. They're feeling anxious. They're feeling that constant neurosis and they're like. Oh my gosh. Tell me what to do so when they come to me for coaching. I'll tell you what. I get messages from my six more than any other type through the weeks. They're like. Hey can you tell me what to do. And it's just this way. They have with looking for an authority figure. So that's fun for them when they find their people. They're like i trust you. I know my tribe have my people i'm carrying. We're all here for each other. It's fairly healthy. But they're not really yet learning how to listen into balance their own head heart body to to balance their instincts so when you can get to that healthy stage of six. You're already passed the fear and your inaction you are encouraged now and that is your virtue as a six is picking it up and doing it and once you're in the courage there is no more fear and it's so cool because now like i said without analogy of the woman on the plane you're the most courageous of all and if anything goes wrong on that plane. You've been trouble troubleshooter and you know what to do. So you're saving the day. It's pretty cool. Yeah i love that l. god. I just get so excited about this structure. That's a really great break death. Thank you so for those who are like okay. This is all fascinating. Oh i think this resonates or a that one so much. That sounds like my husband or my wife or whatever how do we figure out what are any agree type is where do you recommend we go for. You know the official quiz or test stored whatever it takes to to figure it out. Yes we'll if you are a total any grim junkie. And you're like i go to the depth then i recommend you go to typing into google true self and ingram that will give you a breakdown of not only your your premier or your main type but it will also give you the type in the other two groupings like. Hey here's your head type but here's your heart type and here's your body type so that will give you the depths. If you want to know in general what is my type. Go to my site ingram and marriage because i have that question constantly and so i have a label right at the top of the menu. That says how to find our types. And what i've done instead of giving you a test as i've given you several different statements for you to answer. This is how i feel safe. This is the way. I love to give and receive love and it's all framed in relationships so i've given you five or six different small charts and only take you about five minutes now. Of course. I want you to do some soul-searching in between all of that because you take isn't quite as good as you really reading about each type and getting to know it. You can listen to my podcast. India aggrement marriage. There are a bunch of great podcasts. Out there suzanne. To be has a wonderful book she wrote with an kron out there so that is a really great book to pick up. If you're thinking. Oh my gosh. Like i totally want to read so much more. There's just a myriad of information out there anyway look for the type where you're like. I love it. But i'm also like wow. This is hard to read. Okay got it. That's great stuff. You have the any graham glow process. What is that exactly. It's a really cool concept. Oh thank you so. I started to really notice that when couples are on their own. They're doing great things and they're individuals. But what. I really have noticed over these years. Not only do certain pairings. I see them over and over again. Like say a two and a five a two and a five to five thursdays commonalities. But now it's not just one plus one equals two synergy that occurs and now you have the strength of the two as well as the strengths of the five. And it's like this beautiful new glow together so i call that one. Sparks fly and a half forty five different pairing names. Because what's so beautiful. Is that every type can do amazing things with all the different types and so people are always like which ones are compatible. I'm like all of them. The more healthy you are the cool things you can do are different with each type. But you can do quilting with each type cell. There are beautiful different glows. We can just shine together and my process is to help couples. See that when you first get together. It's like we're all happy and shiny and we're like oh my gosh like i've started to like you know swim. And he's got me like. I can't believe we had this junior olympic pool. And where just having so much fun. I stay swimming in all. Your friends are like carl. You haven't worked out now. And then he's like. Oh my gosh. I thought you were coming to the fantasy football being and he's just like no she's got me you know and so there's this shiny moment and then all of a sudden you're even doing the next step which is like your healing together. So you're like. Oh my gosh like i was nine and i never had my voice and you just helped me to get that job and maybe i helped you to see your worth as a three that you don't need to perform to earn love their snow. Earning you're already amazing. And so there's a shine space but what starts to happen after that is after time like can happen early by didn't happen leader to sometimes that honeymoon season can go on up to five years and when that happens it's called. I call that the shadow time where you start to see the undercurrent in you're like okay. We can't maintain the perfection for each other anymore. Here's my stuff and it's hard stuff because we all have stuff. We all have these coping styles that have kind of weed limped along with them. And now there's two of us limping along together in very crooked ways. That don't quite work. So at that point i like to have couples really dig down and do their work. If they don't i call the next stage total darkness. Because it's like the absence of light and it's at that point that sometimes you just break your like we're no good together or we're going to seek a divorce or maybe we're going to try some intensive work but i love for you to get the work in the shadows anyway after that time is an immersion of your own work and i thought that was a really important point for this podcast tonight. Is you know people need to know that doing your own. Work is a huge part of the whole journey. Not just like. Hey here's my partner and especially because some partners are like. I don't wanna do my work until i see you showing me. It's even worth it like one more personality test when we're book way when you start immersing yourself in finding out lake. Mary said like here's my process. High to low what. I look like you might have thought you were the coolest thing in the world. Because you're all i do is work imperfect and then you find out your one and you're like oh no that's not good. You know he will do that. We're so silly. you really fun. But then we're like oh that's not my best and so then when you say that to your partner. They're like i do like all alone. I told you and so they love it then. They're in and they're like. Oh my gosh now. You're both immersing in your work and so on the other side of that is your glow. Two point oh you guys are rising up your shining brighter than ever. It's depths and now you have this new gift that neither of you was before in it's super deep and you have more compassion for yourself in them and then it's the afterglow it's like how do we maintain this of course going to be ups and downs. But how do we have adventures. How do we help the world. So it's pretty cool. That is amazing. Oh my gosh. I talked to you forever but i can't hold you hostage for much longer. So if people want to reach out you wanna find you. I know you you talked about it a little bit but just remind us. Where can we go and also the podcast day are new episodes dropping. Yes every monday morning so you can start your week out with me. Try to add a lot of joy. But also because i have to learn sobriety as the seven and so we go deep but we have fun. And you can. Also as i said. Visit me at any grandma. Marriage dot com do a lot of my research at the instagram. Any aggrement marriage. And i've just graduated my first class of any graham student so now i have twelve other any marriage experts out there with me. I'm super excited. That's awesome christa. Thank you so much. This was a fascinating conversation. Have so much more work. And and digging and research to do now. And i'm excited to do it because of you. So thank you for sharing your expertise with us today. Gosh.
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"We see the flowering the glory of the three. And so you can see the fluidity of then the falling as the four in the burial as the five. And that's kind of the darkest point of where you have this melancholy person in this observer. So that's an interesting parallel. We can take to keep going with that. But i really do like how you also said. Is it about head heart and body because it is and the two three and four are the three types and so when you are saying. Hey i'm a three wing to what i know is very has a huge heart. See they knew chris. If you could just say louder for the people in the bag mostly my brothers and on occasion. I'm like you'd let them sell it. I am just like so go. Go go and in my head. And i don't feel like i am like i am. I have two biggest just want to love and be loved. I make show it differently. But i swear i just want the best for everyone around me especially the people i care about. I am going to shout it from the rooftops. She is amazing. You guys hang onto her because she will love you deep and she will not let go for anything she is your writer dai vo thank you thank you very much. I'd like to think that all of you heard krista telling you that i did. I did for my my loved ones misunderstand by personality type sometimes and that they are bigger persons like we are all so close. So i can joke about it but i can sometimes be misunderstood as a little more distant or kohls because i am so go and i am high achiever and i'm not necessarily the most open with my emotions immediately but deep down one hundred percent that there really is i think maybe the the to in me. I would say more than anything but i appreciate you telling them. Oh absolutely i have to share that about threes because people get a bad rap no matter what type you are and there's all these memes that are so unfair about is just making us like into this one little moment that we had that was bad and then they're like that's all you are so deering absolutely lots of grace with us. Oh wait where do you go for. Do you have a favorite instagram. Or twitter account for the memes and sort of any graham staff and also your own plug. Plug yourself accounts Michael shea hand therapy is an amazing instagram for memes. He is the meam master. Michael shaham therapy and then mine is any end marriage. And so i- rake down a lot to now. If you're somebody who loves details near type one. I love any graham explained. She breaks everything down. Zuri questions as a three would want to know and figure it all out exactly this one. Done it for you. So any rim explained any grand marriage and michael sheehan therapy all right okay. Good to know. I will be going to follow immediately after this podcast recording when it comes to compatibility you know some of us are searching for our partner. Some of us have found our life partner. And now we're trying to navigate the quirks and end the little idiosyncrasies that we didn't realize and the compatibility and the incompatibilities. How does the any graham help us in our relationships in our marriage in our even friendships or parent-child dynamics what is so beautiful about it. Is that instead of just looking at traits like most personality tests to do where you're like. Oh yeah your fun and sunshiny and your melancholy. What we get with the graham is the depths of the uae. Were the way we are. So when you learn for instance at a five is withdrawing. Because they're really truly afraid they're in the fear and thinking triad like i am as a seven five six seven are but anyone in that triad in that grouping is going to struggle with fear a little bit more than the others. Yeah fears human when you learn how much you're five is struggling with as a five particularly being overwhelmed with maybe the even the fear of dying. That's their fear. It's it's disarming for why they're not giving you the attention you want it. All of a sudden takes the attention off yourself and says oh my gosh like my partner grew up in a way that led them to feel like they were so overwhelmed that they were literally dying. So i don't mean to get cryptic about like that's the cool part of the graham is. It helps you to see. Like if i love a one if they are being hard on me. I'm learning on my gosh. If they're not perfect they feel like they're bad and they can't live with that because they've never learned. That anger was okay. So there's all these little messages at the bottom of each one that when you're in a relationship with somebody your partner is able to see you at these painful places and to be able to say okay. I get it i get. Why you so mad. or why. You puff up and brag because you wanna be loved or you hide because you're afraid to die and when you know that you're just like i love you Yeah and you and you take it less personally to because you realize it's not a me thing it's a type insert number here thing and they're you know kind of leaning into the unhealthy versions of their type as we all do at our weakest door unhealthy as i'd love if you could kind of tap in just a little bit more to the healthy versus unhealthy using like a type for example. I'm just going to throw a number out here. I may or may not know a six tape six. Let's let's use to kind of break down the spectrum. Because i what i really love about. The ideogram is that it. It provides Something to aspire to something to work. Towards so i could be a type three in the middle of the road i could be unhealthy and suddenly i can realize i know this is unhealthy. I can't make excuses for this. Because i've got it here in black and white that this is what type threes do when they're not at their best or holy crap. That's what i could be at my best. Let me step it up and try to get there and see if i can can manifest the best attributes of my personality type. So that's what excites me a lot about this this sort of personality tests as opposed to. Maybe you know myers briggs which i also love or the other ones so using type six as it available break down the spectrum of any any personality from unhealthy to healthiest. Hey i love it and integrate question because at the lowest somebody can all start there. Let's end at the happy and seven. So i enjoy. But as far as six at the very lowest they could correlate with the paranoid personality disorders the deepest biggest and anxiety disorders and neuroses that you can imagine paralyze and also very stuck in the defense mechanism of projection. So luxury sat. This is a relief test because it can correlate with the dsm but instead of labeling yourself with a mental health diagnosis. If you're not quite that in the drugs of despair then you don't wanna be called a paranoid personality disorder. You're like no thank you but if not low space you're probably thinking your partner is doing something to you and you're so paranoid about it. Some of that projection may even be coming from things that are just off chemically or be are things you've done to somebody and you're concerned that of course i did it so of course they're going to do it So it's projecting and now it's a self-fulfilling prophecy because you're pushing your partner away with all these reactivity bursts they're like you're anxious you're paranoid you're being so weird. I don't want anything to do with you. And then you're like see. I knew it so that the six at their words you ask and we're all that bad. Trust me yeah. We've all got our stuff..
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"That is our six family and you guys are so loyal and funny and friendly and witty and sarcastic and amazing troubleshooters. So you're the one who has purse or whatever on the plane and you've got everything you need and you're going to help everybody and then when people don't do that back where you're like. Oh my gosh. Why am i the only one who cares. It's funny witty. But like i said of course worrisome. So they have to really work on their courage type. Seven is so much fun such a blast but often we might say where are selling out so we wear ourselves out gluttonously with whatever it is. We're doing whether it be food or drama or we're going to go jogging or were in the bedroom or on a date. It's like we just want good experiences and we feel like hey. The world hasn't taken up for me so i better go get what i need to get done. I have so much joy enthusiasm encouragement for others but sometimes we forget to take ourselves and use some of our other access points to rest and to withdraw and that is a really good place for us seven to grow because they do have that joy. But it's like you got a parrot down you've got to save up for the whole day still. Aides are very powerful. Eights are the challenges out. They're the defenders the protectors and they want to my dad's eight amongst other both. He's a fun eight. He's a lovable eight. He's getting soft in his old days. But they're tough. I love aids. And they're so honest and fair-minded and they will tell you it is when they walk into a room you feel their presence don't you and sometimes it can be. They're eighth that. I've met where it can be a little off putting room like. Oh gosh like are they. They friendly do they like me. Do they like us. Do they want to be here. And they're just really kind of like sit. Tell it like it is and they don't really hold any punches. But i respect that. Actually absolutely and i love to see a female eight out there too and sometimes female aids. I don't wanna mention that. I'm female eight because people will think. I'm like something's wrong with me. It's like no that's amazing. You're so powerful. We need you pave the way girls so i love that and i feel like the secret about the aids is that they're like a soft squishy marshmallow on the inside as you probably know from your dad. Huge huge huge hearts rate. Yup yup still but they just have to pare down their presence like the seven has to appear down their activities. Eight has to kind of scale back a little. If they're making everyone nervous feeling like their anger something they have to own. Yeah this is just me. Take it or leave it. But i'll scaleback of it and then the nine is our last type in. That is our peacemaker. Nines are loving their comfort. They've often been raised in comfort and they're just like so cozy. I have a nine daughter. And she's been like that since she was born. She's loved her soft items. Should play with her hair. It is so much fun to have somebody like that around but when they're not feeling heard it's really hard and sad because we all are like. Oh you're so. He's like i don't have to like do anything. Because you're just total peace and then they're like you're not listening to me. You're not hearing me and in the relationship. They can feel like they take a back seat to that when they pair up sometimes with threes and aids and more powerful people but when they come into their element. There's this fire started. Sometimes is a great river with nines. That it's like the torrent pours out there. The strongest of all the types unbeknownst. Us all really okay. That's really interesting. I didn't realize that. I wanna get into compatibility in just a bit but before that just briefly if you could touch on wings this is like one so we don't have to get like super deep but what's a wing. I have one mine is a two so i very much resonate with the giver at the healthy and unhealthy levels right. I had to break out of giving not to receive like like an even exchange. But i love you. I'm showing it i need to. I need to hear that you appreciate it and receive it and you love me back. And they're like well. I couldn't ask for that. And i'm like oh dagger to the heart so i've worked on that. My mom is a pure too. So i certainly get a lot from her. But there are a lot of really great qualities to that that i'm proud of so the wings really fascinate me because even though i am a three through and through i equally resonate with with that too. So for those who don't know what is the wing and do we all have them do. Only some people have them. I love that question. And i think we could be simple and complex here because it's so simple to say if you look at the gram and you see the nine numbers going around than the wings are the two types on either side so if you were to release into the explanation of them you could listen for the types. I mentioned before and after years. We'll give you resource afterwards too but the point making is if you are a four you could be a three wing or a five wing and then to just make it clear for those ones nine. A one could have a nine to wing. Because that's where it ends begins in a nine could have a one wing or an eight wing and so once you learn your weighing if you have one then you kind of get to know that type in their issues too for me a seven wing six and i lean on that six really hard too much sometimes as a crutch The other thing. I want to quickly mention. This is the complexity is i've learned that some of us have a much higher percentage of a wing. Somebody might even have a wing flipping. 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"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"Let you go. I know you have virtual workshops in groups. i'd love. you could just share with our listeners. What you do when you offer. And then also any other resources apps books for our listeners who might be wanting to get a jump start on tackling They're minor anxieties. Or maybe something a little bit more significant. Yeah so. I offer individual therapy for people who are looking to either improve themselves. Maybe aren't feeling like themselves. Of course osama specialties anxiety. Ask a lot of high power professional working women who have been trying to navigate. The pandemic come to me and say like i wanna put down some of these balls. I've been juggling. I just don't know how some of these worries have been having our offer that also in a group setting so because there were bound to certain states. That were licensing. I also Develop workshops groups for people who are noticing like. I'm wanna come out of this high performing cycle like you were talking about to the point where i burn out and then i read a little bit and get back on the wheel so i call called anxiety boot camp and i run that way. Let me thank so. I run that group every other month in. Also do like one time workshops in presentations for people if they're interested in public speaking and then as far as resources podcast like your own like i'd tell people jump into many pockets possible. Get tips like easily digestible. The idea that you don't meet all the information in the world and you just need to find what works for you in what sticks In you know in terms of books actually a new book that kind of release so what you were talking about is caught set boundaries. Find peace in via colleague of mine on her name is neutra network. Yes she was my first ever guess ma episode number one. I actually made her book our party trick of the week a few months back when it first released so absolutely out book is amazing and i think that a lot of times. We have a lot of anxiety in our lives about our relationships so that book right there at recommended everyone that worked with actually great great. Yes highly recommended. Y'all know i've been telling yoga bag you haven't got it now. This is your son. You need to get the book. You mentioned in workshops in your groups. Where can people find you to reach out if they wanna move forward. Yeah so you can find me hanging out on instagram almost every day or any other social media platforms be honest. Bet handle is help me hard. So that's h. e. l. p. m. e. h. o. d. g. but my website if you want to talk to me about just more. Formal obligations is www jazz. Slay your anxiety dot com. dr alicia. Thank you so much for your time. This is such a great conversation. I know a lot of people are going to have some takeaways myself included. So i appreciate you thank you so much. Thank you again to dr eliezer for joining me on hot happy this week. Remember comeback next monday for part two of our anxiety episode. I promise in all seriousness unanimous. This i was already looking forward to chatting with her. Her name is latoya Just because i love her message and her story and her vibe but after nine even after during the conversation i was like oh my gosh. You are amazing. You are a gift and we are bringing you that conversation okay. We've got a roman toyota. She's gonna share her personal story with anxiety she has this really fascinating bittersweet painful journey to getting better and she so real and so honest iran and vulnerable and funny. She's so funny about all of it too. So she's going to share that with us and also talk about why she created an amazing support network for others. 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"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"Go when it comes to buying the house. We've gotten the lender we've got the preapproval got all the things. Where should we be looking. I mean obviously anyone who loses podcast is like a ninety five percent chance that they spend as much time out. Regine mary on frankfurt community. But i'm audion. Someone doesn't know where they could be looking. Where do you recommend. People look to sort of generally browse and find homes to potentially tour or by. Well we have a long speech on this. One will cut a short and a down. Which is that all. The information comes from the multiple listing service which is our membership organization. It's not sexy. It's really not not as pretty interfaces red zillow which is why there's popular that. Snl did a whole pursuit of what everybody's doing so But but we often also recommend tremendously to really interview agents and hire a buyer's agent so that you have somebody as your person because of your just calling a stranger to help you find a house it it can be done but it just won't you won't have that same representation as you will with someone who you fed it met with before you make an offer on a house because it's a really big merges it's a really big deal on but you know for actual looking. We say look everywhere. Look at anything you want but the information all actually the same got it. Some people in this frenzy have been willing to purchase a house sight unseen according to twenty twenty one millennial homebuyers survey eighty percents of respondents. Said they'd consider buying a house site unsee. I've i've not this one. I do believe one of my closest friends aka producers star very thing star for free to pot wrong. But i she and i'm putting her desired as moving to a new state and obviously online the photos but she did not get into the house her and her husband and they committed to it. They committed to buying the house. I think it's very indicative of the times ray at a lot of people are doing. Eighty percent of people are saying they'd be willing to. What are your thoughts on that. Have you worked with buyers who bought sight unseen Have you seen a rise. Do you think it's a good idea bad idea while a contract california's actually very buyer friendly. So you know sight unseen is one thing you can make the offer you can get into ask ro but then you can do your investigation and so it's not as common for people to have never seen the house before..
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"Your your lender typically has just in case of default but yeah there's a bunch of different options that's way always encouraged people to shop around and consider their options when it comes to a lender but you also want someone who's going to really support you when it comes to say you're out looking at houses on the weekend and you happen to see one at six o'clock on a saturday. Not all lenders are made the same. Not everyone will respond to you those those pertinent moments where you have a question. You're just like okay. I need to greece. That's my finances. Really click really careful to have someone who is responsive to. You can't only nine to five monday through friday guys who are like. Ram clocked out. You're gonna have to figure it out on your own you know. I'm so glad you said that because that was one of my saving. Grace is in this entire experience. I almost went with one. Lender ended up going with another but what i will say is both were so communicative about own my god. I know it's seven o'clock on a sunday night like in. This is how i ended up with this house like it was literally. I toured it on valentine's day. It was like this is the house but it's a sunday i was like okay. Let's offering is so sunday night. My team is like scrambling to get this offer together and very often it is a time is of the essence of you have potentially other Potential buyers who are willing to compete. And if you have someone who was like act locked out. I will see you monday at nine. Am and someone else's locked and loaded at monday nine. Am like that can really be the make or break between getting a house or not getting it. So i love that you brought that up. I'm is there any place that you recommend. People check out when it comes to finding a lender or shopping around on i mean typically for me and my clients so i refer them to a trusted london. I work with. And i'm sure you know have erin lear. You guys probably have your preferred lender as well or lenders. So i based off of the experiences that i've had the consistency. The communication is obviously huge on but also the close so my lender close in ten days. Now that's extremely fast and even with jumbo loans. He's at seventeen days. So that's the kind of stuff that gets. you know. A listing agents. Attention when you can close deliver on what you're saying within the amount of time that is going to put you above the people who are fifteen twenty one days thirty days called some of the big banks are like that. I will warn you some of the big banks you. How's your money. There and a lot of people are like. Oh that's where it's most safe but they are not as incentivized to basically earn your business because they've already got your money in a lot of those along. Those things mission fed a lot of them will go thirty to forty five days with a closed just bought when you are making your choice for a loan officer signed your next. Great watch with powerhouse peacock originals. Whether you're looking for a laugh or thrilling story a you can find it. All on peacock need new show to.
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"Hundred years old. Oh my god. I gotta look up. How much air conditioner actually do this. I was award and then and that's one of the things we do rehab buyers when buying a house is part of that general home inspection as you're making a list and you should really like check it to make sure you know when ten year is up so you can have the money to buy that new air conditioning and then in addition to all of that really like we wish everyone would change their filter on their air conditioner every six months. That's just sexy thing orga piece. I have never been more into conversation. Started talking about changing a hot water. Take us hot water filter. You need to clean at once. Aren't needs to be service. Your air conditioner Everything needs to get serviced. And it's so i got. I need to be doing that not yet. What's your do you just put it on. What's in your calendar. And just say like every june i have everybody comes service everything in my house it really. It saves you a long run and it's so boring you can even do like your house is birthday on your houses birthday of when you bought it you can just. I love that like okay. This is my house is birthday. It's great nobody else's birthdays that month. the bells thing. Because i'm a big day person as soon as you say like that. Unlike a house is worthy of birthdays. We're going to celebrate you and give you new thing next year. This time i like that. I will be doing that. Destiny you mentioned percents obviously like an ideal strong deposit. Are there any other options. If you don't have that much money saved what would they be. Yeah absolutely. I mean you can go. Honestly there half a program would say it's a little bit more challenging in this market to get those accepted. They do have a first responders depending on the lender who it is. There's all kinds of different programs that they have. So i would definitely try different brokers try different banks just see what options are available. All to you at that time on it's seasonal. Sometimes they change depending on 'cause like my best friend in vegas She's a loan officer out there fairway. She has different programs that are sickly teachers. Actually so it just really depends on who your lender is and what they have currently available but typically you know. Fha three and a half percent down on this home ready in home possible programs which is three percent which really depends on the zip code area. The home is in And then there's conventional go down to anywhere from three to five percent but yeah there's different options. I will say a lot of listening agents wednesday. See conventional they get excited and they're like oh great but they don't always have to know that it's five percent down or something like that you do have to pay for private mortgage insurance on conventional and then there's also just regular mortgage insurance on. Fha eventually when you get down to eighty percent or seventy eight percents ltv than it falls off or you can ask to habit removed. But that's just an extra liability that you know..
"zuri" Discussed on Zuri Hall's Hot Happy Mess
"Houses. Eight hundred shopping sunday fifty. He wanna be the baller to come in and be like. Here's an hundred thousand dollars and we often talk about whether or not a houses overpriced what we ought what was safe as houses are overpriced. Ten people want him. they're just expensive houses or expensive. Don't buy something that's too expensive for you like in. That's why we talk about all this long range planning like you. If if you can hold it for ten years you can wait for the value to catch up with what you paid for it. So it knowledge is really powerful for all these things knowing that your credit being high is good because then you're less risk for the bank like knowing that like the appraisal is like the way that all the banks like kinda keep control of their collateral like that like helps you get your head out of like you're just competing with other people who wanna house and you understand. You're part of this big system and so then you're like oh okay. So if i'm shopping at five hundred. I can afford up to seven hundred. That's great like ben. I know. I can like put extra money in and it's a good decision for me or for my family so i think that's what we really believe. Yeah really good advice. It's one thing to rent in. That is one thing. I miss is just like calling. That's not rogaine. Can you fix is. There's a bucket my house. Can you come in like exterminate. All things fumigate now. I have to pay for that. It's really that depressing. So the cost of ownership like a lot of people think you by the house. And if i can afford the monthly mortgage we're good. We're in their home. My gosh that's just the beginning. We say five to ten thousand dollars every year for something to break. And that's what i wanted to ask you know. We're in charge of repairs now. You're you the asia way mowing the grass calling the plumber. These are all your responsibility so if someone would just take that keeping in mind reminding folks what they're now responsible for and how much money or what percentage you suggest they be willing to cough up each month or each year in addition to the mortgage. Yeah no i definitely think. I definitely think that everyone should have a budget that they operate on when their home buying so. I think it's something that needs to be broken down Even before you hop on zillow nolan so tempting to go on zillow has it's right there and it's like fun and i know a couple of friends at this casually but like they just be looking through them like suddenly. You're happy in my house like every it is interesting but at the same time i mean you should really really consider everything that you're currently paying for and also look at what you're going to be anticipating like you were saying i mean there's all kinds of little things that you think are going to be a little if you aren't maintaining the home that's gonna lead to significant problems later down the road. So i mean say there's a little league cry and you're like unsought that big of a deal like whatever ankles saw burs It's flooding in.
Richard Shelby, longest-serving Alabama senator, won't seek re-election
"All trump got some possibly bad news today from eighty six year old republican senator richard shelby of alabama who announced that he will not run for reelection in two thousand twenty two. Which means that senator shelby who was first elected to the senate as a democrat before switching parties will not be facing any republican reelection pressure when he decides how to vote in the senate trial of donald trump. Here republican senator. Bill cassidy of louisiana with chuck. Todd yesterday you think me outcome is predetermined interpret. Yeah oh everybody no i. Don't i think it depends upon that. Which is presented journey are now mccaskill mccaskill former democratic senator from zuri john howman the host and executive producer of showtime's circus and host of the hell and high water podcast from the recount. Both are msnbc political analysts. Claire mccaskill Did you react the way. I did what i saw. Senator shelby announced today that He's not gonna have any reelection pressure on him when he's thinking about how to vote in this impeachment trial it. Yeah i i it was. We've got two categories of possible here by my count. We've got thirteen maybes. Which is a problem since we need seventeen and of those thirteen. There's two categories motors three categories one from purple. Stay to encourage and three. I'm getting outta here anyway. And i can afford to do the right thing and i would definitely put shelby in that last category. Watch him follow. Whatever mitch mcconnell. Us
"zuri" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"So claim your $5 trial with free shipping right away that number one more time. 1 805 184 90 Calma. Now, Bill you visited this village in Japan, you Zuri Hari or as they call it, the village of long life. I understand the people had unusually high Ate a levels in this village. What did you find when you met? The people is is this is it? Genetic is a dietary. What did you see? Well, I went there again for the second time with translators, photographers. And it was easy to understand without studies without even though the town doctor there Dr Komori has identified Hi Laurent IQ acid. Is the very reason why these people in your Zuri hara exhibit such youthfulness and by the way they have a lady there in her nineties without any aging spots on her skin, Perfect skin, no wrinkles whatsoever. People living into their eighties and nineties. Look a lot younger, and it all became clear when we were there. Now they grow a lot of their own vegetables. And foods right there near their homes, and they have a lot of fresh foods, and sometimes they have a little extra, so they come down. The vegetable market and bring their goods there to be sold. So we were there taking pictures and interviewing people. When 83 year old Mr is she came driving in on his motorcycle. To deliver his vegetables to the fruit market. Pat, Where do we have in the United States? 83 year old driving their motorcycle down to the vegetable market? We don't have it. We followed him. To his home or use up on a 30 ft ladder, trimming a tree. He works in the fields about 4 to 6 hours a day, and he introduced us to his neighbor who was nine years old without a wrinkle on his face. Either of them use reading glasses. And, of course, hey, works about 68 hours out in the fields every day. This was remarkable. I almost felt bad. I was in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs were still living or something. It was so remarkable. These people just exhibit Ah, youthfulness, a flexibility and their joints. Certainly a healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else. In fact, it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there. You could see them all over the village there as they had posted him. So this had stood out. And, of course, Connie Chung of ABC News. 2020 had gone to visit there in the year. 2000. This was original and television. You could see the actual pictures. For yourself, but the H A revolution has come here path. And of course, we've had three years of use of HK but we could lose people in the science so they want to know what's real Is this for real? Well, it's real. For Tom, who writes to US a pharmacist now from Santa Cruz, California 70 years of age, participating in the hole Y Iron Man contest and Kona, Hawaii this past year. 70 years old, he said. This new H A formula for the joints did a great job. Not certainly a pharmacist would know Here's John writing to me and saying, You know, at age 55 Boy when I tried H A. I'm now back to playing full court basketball with the 20 year old and I've even begun to jog again. These are the kinds of reports That we here. Let me ask you a question here. You mentioned glucose Amine, and there's another one out. There is pretty popular M s m. How does this h a stack up against those other ones? The other ones. You have to take him for a while before you even see any results, and most these air, very positive dietary supplements. They certainly have. Lots of benefits. Glue cost me takes quite a while to kick in. M s them is a wonderful sulfur compound and again it's an anti inflammatory, as are many things like fish oils. These they're all wonderful. But they're not dealing with the origin of the problem. The origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning in the joint. And if we can just replace this if we can find a way to get that cushioning back, that's what we call youthfulness. That's what we had when we were young. Here's David writing to me from New York 25 years looking for something that would help support His lower back. And of course, he said, I can't believe it now, he says. I can't thank you enough for this product. People have tried all the alternatives. They've searched everywhere else path and they haven't heard of hyaluronic acid. Now the reorder rates on H A sort of tell me that things are phenomenal. The product works. The study shows how but what a customer saying What are they telling you candidly? What are they saying? The bill Sarti. If the horse has come back to the trough. There must be good water there. It's amazing to me how people say. Just keep sending this. It's wonderful. It changed my life. Here's Lorraine saying, I can't believe it, but I'm able to run. I love it. Run five miles a day, my skin nails. They're great telling everybody about it. These are online. You can go see some of these comments. Security products has it online where people just log in and tell you these aren't edited in any way. Here's Brent writing. There's no one of purity product made an outlandish claim about H a joint formula. But three days after I started taking it I noticed the difference. This stuff really works. It's your own personal discovery. That's why purity product wants you to have this bottle you call nobody's gonna hound you. You call that number. They're going to send you a bottle of full month supply and you can do it without any risk. You just kick in a few bucks, and you're going to experience this for yourself. Like the people who've written in and said all these wonderful things. There's Harold 85th year, he says. I'm in it says I'm doing very well on H A. Thank you very much. Here's jasmine think my face look moist. And youthful and I'm getting people asking me about what am I taking? Of course you will. Okay, let me do this quickly is I want to get back to the show. Here is the special offer from purity products that Bill's talking about. It's a $5 trial bottle of purity is best selling..
Transforming Clinical Trials with Digital Technology
"First. Let me congratulate you on the publication of your new book. The patient equation. Thank you like it was pretty exciting to see it in print. We're GONNA talk about clinical trials, your company Meta data, and the opportunities to capture data differently and reshape the way clinical trials are conducted. We're in this time where virtually everything we do is generating data. There's a proliferation of new means of capturing data in real time from a healthcare perspective. What's the opportunity before us to improve health and particularly the diagnosis and treatment of disease So I think that we've and somebody's Kobe nineteen is putting a magnifying glass on top of this but we've we practiced medicine pretty much since its inception by looking at data in very short little staccato timeframes. So you go to your doctor and you have your blood drawn on that particular day at that particular time You tell somebody how you were feeling that particular day at that particular time or at least try to recall how you were feeling for a period of time. But certainly wasn't something it was proactively measured. We we we get our gene sequenced and we find out what what actually happened at the moment of conception in terms of setting up our genetic future. Yes. Yes. In some diseases, obviously cancers is a perfect example, your genes. Do Mutate individual cells, but we're we're pretty much dealing with the same genes that we had over all our forty eight, forty, eight years ago. I've got today. So that is the context of thinking about what ails me, what is the right treatment for me and it's these little moments in time and I think your point about data Zuri will put its discount streaming around us everywhere, and whether it's the technology that's in our pocket or on a wrist or. Maybe things that are biologically more feasible to do not just from my know iphone perspective but can we start to monitor with medical grade sensors overtime or even just expand the dialogue with our doctors? So those conversations can happen anytime I think the big difference is that we're gonNA start to see these continuous where we actually see rate of change not just these single moments as part of how we think about diagnosing disease managing disease making sure people are getting the right treatments. That's a giant paradigm shift. That again, we've probably been waiting for literal millennia to have happened but I think we're about to to really live through that scales pretty exciting. You speak broadly in the book about the potential for data to transform healthcare I wanted to focus on clinical trials specifically. But before we do that, perhaps you can explain what metadata solutions does and as a way for listeners to understand your visibility into this world short I actually got extremely lucky in my career. If you go back twenty five years ago I thought I'd be researching one kind of cancer probably looking at maybe one gene in it. For the rest of my life and actually frustrated by the infrastructure that was available to run the research that I was doing. So how I would connect what we were doing in the laboratory with the records for patients who were volunteering to be in studies that we're working on a how he took that and turn it into something that we could publish from an academic perspective all that was very slow and cumbersome, and so with a few friends. Gins. Now, twenty five years goes when I was doing research about. Twenty years ago, twenty one years ago with friends we started what is now data and it really had the the mission of trying to help us get things from that laboratory stage into the hands of patients who are waiting for them by trying to connect all the people and all that data in a much more seamless way in a way that would allow us to accelerate the biological the medical revolutions that we were trying to power and terms of something that would really generate patient you simply put. We started connecting everybody over the Internet and we we started by connecting the professional. So people who were working scientists physicians. Statisticians that people in the life sciences, world and medical centers. Professionals Online. And this was back in the day when the only thing you could buy on Amazon Dot Com was a book. So kinda dates us a little bit but really if we can buy a book online, why can't we run our clinical trials online and and basically that's what we did fast forward twenty years and we realized a of course over the course of time that not only could be connected professionals, but we could connect the patients, and now I could we connect the patients who were volunteering to being these research projects, but we can actually connect the research projects. To each other as well. So everywhere there was a time barrier everywhere there was a systems barrier. We realized we could overcome that and create this kind of. Continuum, of data across everybody who had the same mission of getting new therapies into the marketplace, and that really has resulted instead of me being in the lab. Looking at one gene one cancer for the rest of my life. As I said getting very lucky and now I get to look at what's happening
State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation
"The State Department's Inspector General. I thought to be fired for investigating. The Secretary of State for assigning personal tasks to a department staffer also was investigating the approval of arms sale to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval officials from different congressional committees told NBC News. They believe Inspector General. Steve Clinic was fired in part for investigating Saudi arms sales that Congress had previously rejected house foreign affairs. Committee member Eliot Engel of New York. Confirm that investigation by late Monday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding a more complete explanation for Lennox firing according to the hill. Senator Chuck Grassley Republican of Iowa sent a letter to the president on Monday. Senator Grassley reminded president trump. The law requires detailed explanations for dismissing departmental watchdog to ensure that inspectors. General are not removed for political reasons. President Trump said the claims the secretary of state potentially misuse of government resources are overblown and seeing to consider them acceptable. Even if they are true look he's a high quality person. Mike is very high quality Zuri brilliant guy and now I have you telling me about dog walk in washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader. Then have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid you know stupid. That sounds to the world unbelievable head to wash dishes because his wife wasn't there. The president also confirmed Monday. That secretary of State pompeo requested the dismissal of idealistic but did not directly address the issue of retaliation. President isn't there. At least an appearance of a conflict of interest of secretary. Pompeo is asking you to fire inspector. General's I don't I don't think so. I think maybe he thinks he's being treated unfairly again. He wanted to. He asked me if that would be possible. I said I'll do that. Your I think it should have been done a long time ago. Frankly and this is a man that has had some controversy. This inspector general but So again I don't know anything. I haven't even read much about him. I see that it's a little bit of a story not much of a story. 'cause everybody agrees that. I have the absolute right to fire. The Inspector General's secretary pay later dismissed the idea that his requests for the firing was in retaliation for links investigations into arms deals. And those errands saying quote. Because I simply don't know I'm not briefed on it. I usually see these investigations and final draft form. Twenty four hours forty eight hours before the is prepared to release them. So it's simply not possible for this to be an act of retaliation end of story says Secretary Pompeo the State Department's under-secretary for management told the Post that concern over linen had grown because of a quote pattern of unauthorized disclosures. Leaks to the news media about investigations. That were an early draft form. He added officials had no evidence. Linac was personally responsible for the leak so Casey Hud. There's a lot to unpack there. Let's go back to the arm sale though this was a year ago in. May when the president and secretary pompeo declared an emergency bypassing congress to sell about eight billion dollars worth of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE and it drew condemnation by the way from Republicans not just from Democrats but there was bipartisan. Condemnation of this move and now it appears that inspector general was looking into that declaration of emergency. Yes that's what. Nbc News learned late yesterday when Chairman Angle confirmed that this investigation was going on that they were angry that essentially he had the president and Pompeo tried to circumvent Congress on this arm sales question this was something that there are a lot of. Republicans as you point out who are very invested in what was going on in that particular situation. And who opposed this move by the administration but let's not forget to put the firing of this inspector general in to kind of the broader context in pattern that we're seeing going on here. This is not the first time something like this has happened and the administration has already ignored the rules that they are supposed to follow when something like this happens in the case of Michael Atkinson in the intelligence community by not explaining to Congress within thirty days why they did it and so I think there's a question here as to whether the administration will do it in the case of the State Department. This has been something that has drawn as you pointed out. Bipartisan condemnation chuck. Grassley though senator from Iowa has been particularly focused on this but the reality is Congress's relatively toothless in this regard they can make these demands asking for more information but the laws are not necessarily written in a position. That's strong enough to let them make a real difference here. And what we're left with is kind of a government that is increasingly. Not being held accountable. Now how that lines up with the president's campaign promise to drain the swamp I will let our viewers decide but they seem to be at odds. Donald Trump talked about how incredibly stupid thing sounded at his press conference. And I agree Casey. I want you to listen to this clip. One more time and let's focus on the part where Donald Trump says that he doesn't want Mike Palm. Oh doing dishes if his wife isn't there take a look. Look he's a high quality person. Mike is a very high quality his brilliant guy and now I have you tell me about dog walking washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader than have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid stupid. That sounds to the world. Unbelievable quoting the president of the United States to you know Mr President how stupid that sounds to the world that in twenty twenty you say he needs State Department officials to washes dishes in case his wife. Isn't there
Houston - Officials confirm 2 presumptive positives in Brazoria County
"Zuri accounting is confirming its first two percent of positive corona corona virus cases judge Mike sebesta says that to live in the same household and were tested in Harris County Asian is ongoing that you're being interviewed as to who they come into contact so that those people can't be contacted the two individuals are adults they live in Alvin and did attend the livestock show and rodeo
Being an Effective Documentation Unit Leader (DOCL)
"Hello between the slides listeners thank you for coming back and this episode we're going to focus on a less popular I guess I will say Titian unit is sometimes overlooked not stood up as it could be or should be and in the era of Charlottesville 's or Zuri all these big civil unrests or the aftermath if there's an incident management component at all to any of these mass shootings or other big events hurricanes and Puerto Rico oh and a great saying from healthcare and probably in legal community but from what I know in healthcare is if you didn't document it didn't happen right so the mutation unit is critical for any special event whether something goes wrong or not and certainly some incident response to help document what has happened and what should have happened what did it didn't happen and it can show gaps can shoot strikes and so the documentation your needs to be taken seriously if you're playing she vowed there make sure that either you're covering it you get staffed up to cover it I'll go over some details and how I'm going to do that is we're gonNA walk through the all hazardous in it management teams creation Interstate incident manager team called Vacation System Task Book that's the one that we're gonNA use that's the one that I've seen adopted most biohazard instant your teams in recent years there are different versions there's wildlife wildland versions there's previous El Hazard ones this is one is what will cover it I'm just gonNA cover the documentation unit specific portions of the rest of this task book is General Competencies for units in the planning section like leadership and communication and basically things and I'm not going to go over that in this episode we're going to focus specifically on some practical ways that I have or my colleagues and I have applied the task book tasks in the real world though is we get started focused on the task for the Documentation Unit leader book these specific stuff Let's first review what it means there are some definition for codes that you've seen task book so there's I one I two a one two and are so I one means that the his task must be performed in an incident which means you're not going to get approved credential unless you've done in action done a task on a real incident right that like robin and I talked about and thirty a of something happens you you've got to figure out it's going to be messy that's fine but that's how you're GonNa get signed off and sometimes that's the best way may not feel like it at the time that's the best way to get experience and it's the only way to know someone can do the job for real when they're under stress when they don't have all the answers starting out I too is that it could be an incident or incident with an event so if you have a planned event but something happens like a car comes on the course of sickle race in you help manage that or you have an incident within the incident typically we refer to that a lot when our people get hurt or something said there's a fire on a building that's in the course of the marathon something like that so it's affecting your incident so not just an incident but maybe something a little more plan or something else happens within it and then for a one zero two so those are planned events those are big exercises so in that homeland security exercising evaluation a programmer h seep you could have someone that signed off on these for a planned event or a big exercise full-scale or functional so go means you're testing everything you've got all the players that you've got all the equipment you're using communications functionary maybe not using every component you're testing a certain function how fast we give out water to people right but you may not be testing all the reasons why our we also doing infrastructure and damage assessment everything else all combined together to is that there's a little more notes in the task book you read I'm just covering kind of the high level is that it could be a plan event that doesn't kind of meet the one armaments and exercise or training your day job on there's some stuff that's directly transferable in events that I've been in I've been part of we've had algae section so if you're an information technology director you do that every day you're probably pretty comfortable doing the same thing just in a different facility the infrastructure and you're still own networking you still know desktop computers so if you already know how to do that then you can be signed off on some actions or knowledge or competencies already in that and then there's an R. which is rare event so a rare event is like an accident and injury of vehicle aircraft crash things that don't happen a lot so similar to that kind of incident within the event but maybe it's it's for kind of a smaller group it's not a big incidents it's one person that was injured or something like that are you know things like that so when we go through this task book I will make sure to include how they qualify and really from the get go let's just say that almost all of the task for the documents you documentation unit leader that can be signed off can be done at an incident or planned event that's just flat out on the only one that has an additional one is duplication equipment is operational which is the last thing we'll cover which just means that you know if in your day job you're familiar with making sure the copier works and that kind of stuff then you're good to go other than that every documentation unit leader specific tasks that you can be assessed on signed off on credential end can redone whether it's an incident or an event typically it's very important to collect documents when you can Vicks let me just give you some reminders if you want to catch up on some other planning sections specific episodes from between the slides episode seventeen is my coverage of the resource unit during its importance and and what you do is Resource Unit Leader Episode Twenty One covers the planning section chief course in some tips on being successful in the course and in reality Episode Twenty Eight was the first interview and discussion to have with my power broglie fire captain and where he really discusses a lot of situation unit awesome that covers a lot of the of the only unit we haven't broken down yet is the demobilization unit so check those out give you kind of a Moron overall planning section view so let's get into some documentation competency so the first thing is the hager is and that's kind of how it's broken down the documentation is complete and so the first thing in the as you're working throughout the incident or event and in hard copy you need to have an index of what forms aware how you sharing documentation settle that stuff up most folks that are probably listening to this familiar with dropbox google docs there's other online systems don't endorse any one of the other I've used dropbox probably more but a way to have folks save files in one place where you
Will Missouri Be The First U.S. State With ZERO Abortion Clinics?
"A judge will decide the fate of zuri last abortion clinic judge Michael stilts are hearing arguments from Planned Parenthood, and the state of Missouri during a hearing yesterday centered on whether the Saint Louis clinics license should be renewed. The judge didn't ruled on whether to, if a preliminary injunction that would allow the clinic to continue performing abortions, and he didn't say when a decision will be made Missouri department of health and senior services Randall Williams says his agency is concerned about patient safety, many Missourians are pro choice. Name is earnings are pro-life, what all of them serene expect me to do in a regulatory fashion is to enforce the law force regulations and keep people safe.
Senator, Senator Josh Hawley And United States discussed on What's Good Games
"First story we're going to talk about today is kind of a doozy. Now, we've been talking about the issue of micro transactions and loot boxes for what seems like wherever. Wherever river looks like legislation is finally coming to the United States. So Jason schreier over a Kentucky rights US Senator introduces a Bill to ban loot boxes and pay to win. Michael transactions. Senator Josh Hawley. Republican from zuri today announced a Bill that would ban loot boxes and pay to win micro transactions in games. Played by minors abroad. Label that the Senator says will include both games Zayn four kids under eighteen and games whose developers knowingly allowed miners to engage in micro transactions. Hollywood introduce the Bill the protecting children from abusive games act to the US Senate soon in press materials announcing the Bill hallways team brought up the activision game candy crush as an agreed just example of pay to win micro transactions thinks one hundred and fifty dollar luscious bundle. That comes with a whole bunch of goodies. This Bill will also luckily apply to a host
2 dead after historic flooding hits Nebraska
"Least two people are dead in the national guard and state police are reporting nearly three hundred rescues in Nebraska loan roads, ripped away a several rivers rise to record levels, including the Missouri amid rapid snow melt and ice jams. Several communities are cut off tonight at Sam champion has more tonight to dead one missing and hundreds rescued as historic and devastating flooding continues to overwhelm residents from Nebraska to Wisconsin, the raging rivers intensified by rapid snow melt and ice jams. Hardest hit Nebraska outside of Omaha. These images reveal water for miles much of Waterloo now cut off to the outside world. The corn river cresting at a new record beating the old high water, Mark. By more than five feet blocking all routes in and out of the town. It's residents completely trapped this weekend the national guard using helicopters to rescue more than one hundred people some from the roofs of their homes, David Perkins, just one of those thankful he was pulled to safety. I was petrified. And I didn't know what was gonna fast what's coming up. Authorities saying bridges and roads like this one are unsafe. Even after the water recedes in situations. Like that you try to grab the essential things to pictures and things like that Nebraska's governor characterizing the destruction as unbelievable look at this highway cracked in half. And this is what's left of the Spencer damn after being destroyed by the roaring water that breach releasing an eleven foot wall of water devastating three surrounding counties buildings like this cafe and nihil bra completely wiped out the flood damage now extending in Iowa, these homes and Fremont county underwater as the flooding continues water everywhere, you look in some cases Sam champion. Us live now Sam what's going to happen with all that water. It's a big story the rest of the week as well, Tom. So let's show everybody where the warnings are tonight and get him ready. The worst warning showing right around Omaha right now followed them zuri river down, and we'll show you that water that drains south around Saint Joseph. We're expecting that to go to major flood stage by Tuesday now move into Iowa because a lot of this water will drain into the Mississippi River Mississippi already at flood stage. Let's go to Saint Louis. That's flood stage. It will stay at flood stage until the end of the week. We don't think the crest will happen until sometime near the end of the week, Tom. So all of that still stays in flooding for most of the week a major weather events for so many
Police confirm reports of drones at Gatwick after suggestions they may not exist
"Travel is slowly returning to normal at London's Gatwick airport is the investigation into drone sightings moves forward. But as AP's zuri shaklee reports what detective is asking if there were any drugs at all. In a statement on Twitter later, Sunday police said sixty seven drone sightings had been made by the public. Passengers police officers as well as staff at the airport, which is about thirty miles south of London police said they recovered the damage drone and conducted house to house inquiries and taking statements from all who reported the sightings, the statement came after Sussex chief detective Jason Tinguely said it's a possibility that had not been
Lioness kills father of her cubs at Indianapolis zoo
"Reporting, a female lion at the Indianapolis zoo attacked and killed the father of her three cubs. Zoo officials say the two lions had been housed together for eight years, and they seemed compatible but on Monday, the lion est, but unmanned David lioness zuri injured ten-year-old adult lion named Nyack who died from his wounds as
Trump wants Sessions to find author of "unfair" op-ed
"Throughout the weekend each afternoon, mid seventies. Tonight, you're ninety tomorrow, I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel. And it is seventy eight degrees in the woodland Seventy-nine of the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR news time five oh one. Our top story. President Trump is calling on attorney general, Jeff. Sessions to find out who wrote this week's explosive op Ed in the New York Times the times calls the anonymous author a senior official in the Trump administration, the author refers to himself or herself as a member of the resistance inside the
Bulk of families separated at U.S.-Mexico border remain apart
"Higher, which purchased your story and then buried it. Trump has denied the affair Cohen is under investigation in part over payments to silence. Women who's claims could have been damaging to Trump's candidacy Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York drivers in Missouri, ever covered the remaining bodies from a duck boat accident zuri state highway patrol sergeant Jason pace confirms divers found and pulled the remaining four bodies from the water bringing the total killed to seventeen while officials have not identified the dead. We do know they include children, elderly people and the driver of the duck boats. They were thirty one people on board including two crew members. The captain of the boat did survive Ryan burrow, ABC news. One person is dead after yesterday's explosion at an army depot in south central Pennsylvania to other employee's remain hospitalized in critical condition. Ten people are hurt in Iowa after twenty seven reported tornadoes ripped through the state demolishing homes and rupturing gas lines. The governor is expected to tour the damage today. More hearings are being held in. San Diego federal court on reuniting families. Who were separated at the border ahead of the hearing the. Federal government saying it his reunited only about fourteen, percent of. The migrant children ages five to seventeen who were separated from their families at the border according pose deadline to reunite one hundred. Percent is less than a week away ABC's Alec stone and a final goodbye to a fallen police officer in Weymouth. Massachusetts Michael Chesney was shot and killed on duty. Sunday you're listening to ABC news Arizona's news station news station KTAR on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live, on the KTAR news app. Your, breaking news and traffic now Geno two I'm Bob McClay here's our top story thanks..
Hollywood, Senate and Los Angeles discussed on Red Eye Radio
"A cumulus station reading on syria cohen recordings i'm elliot francis the un security council has scheduled another emergency meeting today to discuss possible airstrikes on syria by the us allies correspondent nick payton walsh reports trump's tweet suggesting strikes may not happen sooner told has been something of an alkali french president emmanuel macron being quite blunt that he has proof that chemical weapons or at least chlorine was used secretary jim mattis of defense of the us saying that he's still looking for evidence but hoping that any action that comes out of this does not escalate matters on the ground about the uk cabinet to saying they believe that needs to be a response for what they say is a chemical attack by the assad regime wants you to post reporting that president trump believe robert muller's team may have audio from phone conversations recorded by the president's attorney michael cohen cohen sent to have often recorded telephone conversations both before for and during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and that the recordings were likely scooped up the fbi raid on cohen's apartment office and hotel room while hollywood's largest acting union is calling for an end to the practice of holding private auditions jim rupe tells why say after code of conduct also calls for an end to business meetings in hotel rooms or private homes and calls on actors and their representatives to stop agreeing to meetings and auditions in these high risk locations unless the code states there is absolutely no other reasonable alternative say after president gabrielle carteris says it's about addressing the scenario that has allowed sexual assault under the guise of an audition or professional meeting and a direct response to the hollywood sexual misconduct scandal jim roope los angeles zuri the senate majority leader there has become the highest ranking member of the state legislature to call for governor eric britain's to resign after reports of his sex scandal mike kiho issuing a statement saying britain's has lost the quote moral authority and the ability to lead i'm elliot francis you wouldn't put a square peg in a round hole so why would you deploy a traditional firewall in a modern decentralized network firewalls have new requirements for businesses leveraging saas based applications and public.