21 Burst results for "dorota"
Interview With Radio Personality, Charlamagne Tha God
"We got in touch a long time ago because you heard the seventh anniversary special with robert. Greene robert greene. Yep and your book. Black privilege was great. There's a lotta real advice in there. Which i like us the advice that you give you. Don't find that in books by celebrities ever usually the bios like i knew that by working hard and keeping my head down i would eventually win. It's never really accurate so props to you for writing. Something people can actually use. I never considered myself celebrity. That's number one and number two. I think when you come from a area. Like i come from monks corner. South carolina rural area on a dirt road like a small town. When the beginnings are that humble. It's kind of hard to look at yourself as anything other than a kid. Who's making a living. That's what my mom always. Tell me my mom that me right. Now she goes just be happy to be making a living and that was just kind of like my mindset so i guess the advice i give is just practical advice because i'm just a kid who came from a dorota muslim cycle and who's out here making a live. What was it like growing up. In the place you're describing. Sounds like a really small town it is. I mean the funny thing is most corner was a small town that seemed like the biggest town in the world to me at the time. it just seemed like a place. I didn't think i was going to be all my life would seem like the big city like i know it may sound crazy like if i go to manhattan are in la hostile. Feel like i'm that kid on the dirt road in small town. Because i became a man in new york to two thousand and six before that i lived in columbia south carolina and i moved there in like two thousand and four like my whole life in my twenties. I was living in this town. Monks corner south carolina. So it's just a country place dirt road dear. It's you know. Raccoons it's a place. Where if you work at the factory you got a job. Once the factory close you've got to go find work is country. Al no other way to describe it.
Bringing innovation into the Polish Financial Sector with the Blockchain Sandbox
"Low. Hello hello hello. Welcome to insure blocks. Your dedicated podcast to blockchain in industries and institutions. All around the world. i'm will lead all scores. Your host for this week's podcast. We'll be discussing bringing innovation into the polish financial sector with the blockchain sandbox. And i'm very pleased to welcome dorota. Do blanca president of the foundation siberian and head of human resources at keer and mass yak genetics blockchain technical leader at ibm dorota messianic many. Thanks for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners. Quick introduction on yourself. hello there are free. I'm so happy to jong these recording. And to talk with marci and to talk about the the blockchain. And i'm going to to present my point of view from the not technician and someone from hr who is really really fond of the new technology. Excellent excellent how about yourself months yet. Hi thanks for having me on your show. So on a daily basis. I am responsible for a blockchain practice at ibm For the central and eastern european region and in the context of blockchain sandbox. I was acting as lead architect of the project on the solution. So i'll be more than happy to provide an overview and share information about launching sandbox with the audience. Great grayness is perfect to have you both on this show. So the first question i've got for the both of you is as it is customer. Here intra blocks. Could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain. And how does it work. Okay so much and maybe i will start before we go to the technology so for me. The book chains just stopped records. He also some kind of the database. It it's at least records called blocks and these blocks are started computers. So it might be stored in mind computer in your computer at everybody's computer and i'm always Monetize what talking to to to to the children to other not. It professionals about the blockchain comparing that to the lego blocks so we have a big basket of blocks and we are trying to build at tower so we are starting to compare the blocks at the same color and we would like to be sure that each blocks which are in our phone dominates our construction. They are the special types of the bronx and nawab. There is no the black desert staking white blog and exchanging for the blog which has a different structure different information so because we are building the stars together and we all are verifying this blocks. That's why we are sure that we may create a really really nice tower. The next one is we are building a very beak building. We need to have a very strong from demands. And when it now that everything's settled caller correctly. That's why it's very important that we all the time. Between this blogs our compradors we are exchanging direct records. And we know what is going on so we know which block assemble. We are checking. If we a- something one block that the other was not changed to change so no one can lie. There's no wanna can take the weezer taking wind block and exchange with a different the different. So the blockchain is. The bench is in a bunch of computation network. And the more we use the stronger. It became great. Thank you for that definition message. You have a go. At providing the definition to blockchain. This is a great question on always a tricky one. Because you never know who will. What is exactly the a person who is asking. Ask always trying to focus on the technology aspect of of blockchain. And when someone is asking me this question. I try to define it in as few words as possible. So by taking this very purist approach a my own definition of blockchain is as follows it database of course has a very specific data structure Whereby transactions are put together Inc so a block representing an interval of time between The recording all the previous tight and The states the one that is going to go through the approval process. Each block is crypto graphically leaked to previous ducks for presenting previous types of of that same of these data structures that have been recorded and the governance over the way data is saved on chain is determined by the network and the network decides with the type of policies that saw did are established between them that they agree a palm whether certain transactions are going to be included in a block. Were not
Return to Dyatlov Pass
"Nineteen fifty nine. The bodies of ten young students experienced hikers and skiers were found in bizarre and puzzling ways strewn over a forested mountain tap. Their deaths would remain a mystery until a week ago. I kid you not. This is the story of the die off pass so again starts in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine. There's a group of early twenty somethings. They're all in their early twenties from like twenty two twenty three to one thirty eight year old outlier to kind of lead them has a little bit more experience under his belt. And they all study at the euro polytechnical institute and it was an organized skiing expedition across the euro mountains in the soviet union. Eager deitz lov. Three year old radio engineer was kind of the leader who assembled everybody asking nine of his college friends. Eight men and two women to join up again. I'm sorry if i mispronounced names. I'm bound to do that. Even deitz love pass. Was his stretch for me so again. Apologies in any case. All of them were experienced great to hikers with lots of skiing experience. Also it was kind of going to be a high scoring hybrid trip. And when they returned all of them would be receiving their grade three hiking certification which is really impressive. It was the highest certification available in the soviet union and required candidates to climb over a hundred ninety miles. The route was designed by dight loves group to reach the far northern regions of spurred lofts oblast and approved by the sverdlovsk city. Route commission even though it was supposed to be the most difficult time to take that route. The goal of the expedition was to reach a tort in our which is a six point. Two mile high mountain semi-in terry of who is previously certified to go with another expedition of similar difficulty. Decided to go with the dice. Love group on twenty third of january nineteen fifty-nine semyon Law of yuri. D'oro anco ludmila duhniah yuri christmas chanko alexandra Love tov is a nedia. Colomer dorota rustam slobodan nikolai thebault bre goals alexander and your yudin all left on their expedition. The group arrive by train at dell small town in the middle of spare lofts ups done two days later then. They all took a truck to his high where they bought a bunch of bread and carb loaded for the next day's start when the actual hike would begin as they hiked one. Member your yudin. Who suffered from several health ailments. He had rheumatism. And a congenial heart defect decided to turn back his knees and joints for giving him a pretty hard time. It would be a decision that saved his life on january thirty first. The group arrive at the edge of a highland area and began to prepare for climbing. They secured food and equipment. There that would be used for when they would come back through the next day. The ten plan to get over the pass and make camp for the next night on the opposite side but bad conditions snowstorms and decreasing visibility. Made them lose their direction and push the group more west than they had planned when they realized that they were more west than they should be. Group decided to just set up camp right on the slope of the mountain rather than move a couple of miles downhill to a forested area. Which would have offered a little bit of shelter from the weather. Diaries and cameras founder on their last campsite possible to track the group's route up until this point which is really a really profound part of the story to see their writing and to see the pictures they had a camera. The film was developed after the fact so it feels very very spooky in that way and they're all so young and very positive and optimistic and really excited about each other. And the you know exploring the mountaintop the group had so much ahead of them and they talk about what they were studying and how that was significant to this expedition but unfortunately that night would be the last day that they would all be alive before leaving on the expedition. Dight love told the university sports club he would send telegram no later than february twelfth on the twelfth passed and no messages have been received there was no immediate reaction because it was pretty normal to encounter delays etc but on february twentieth. Travelers relatives demanded a rescue operation. And the head of the institute sent the first rescue groups consisting of volunteer students and teachers
"dorota" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Gary's A. Rolla, the prosecutor turned defense attorney who was facing charges of rape and breaking and entering. Level. BBC's Karen Regal was in the courtroom and joins me now live, Karen. Carries a Rolla war. A wrinkled navy suit, fix glasses with plastic frames and a pair of handcuffs as he stood before the judge Laurie, this is the fifth time he has been accused of rape. His attorney. Pretty much threw everything he could at the wall to try and keep his client out of jail and it didn't work. He tried to say that the Women who have accused Gary Dorota were drunken shouldn't have been drinking in one case, citing alleged victim's medical condition. He said that his client would suffer in jail because of covert. But the prosecutor said that Carries a role appeared to have no problem going out to the north End appeared to have no problem going out to dinner appear to have no problem going out about town, and the judge appears to have agreed, sending Gary Corolla to jail pending his second rape trial. He's already awaiting trial on the 2016 charge. He was out on his own recognizance, so he had to check in with a parole and things along those lines. That trial was pushed back due to Cove. It 19 Gary's a. Rolla and 22,001 was raided by People magazine, one of the nation's most eligible bachelors. Now he's sitting in jail till his trial reporting from Boston Municipal Court. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. All right, Karen, Thank you Keep it right here throughout the afternoon for Karen's live updates on WBZ news radio on again, the I Heart radio app. So Florida is cracking down on something we've never seen before in history. It's called vaccine tourism. People are traveling to Florida from other states, other nations to get a vaccine shot to get in the front of the line. It's not cheap. CBS is men Well before has reporting from West Palm. Francis Suarez is the mayor of Miami, where the vaccine supplies already limited. What do you propose happens? There needs to happen then to prevent those who are coming, but just for a vaccine. From getting. I think what we need to do is be able to verify people's addresses and make sure that there is someone from the community of the attitude is is almost winning The lottery. Martin Firestone is a travel insurance broker in Toronto, Canada, or the vaccine isn't expected until the fall. Many of his.
"dorota" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The financial safari Consumer Advocate Thomas Lips Come here in studio alongside the coach. America's wealth, Financial and Income coach. Bestselling author Emmy Award winner coach Pete Dorota. Coach. Welcome in Thomas. Always Good to hear you. Yes, you It's good to see you through the glass through the glass. I think this week is kind of kind of cool Week. Thomas. I've had three people. Have come in personally and said they've been listening for over five years to the show to go. There's been a catalyst IC year for people to pay attention to what's going on in there. There. There there individual plans in their portfolios because Gosh, folks has been a wake up call. It has a lot of people in. So I thought we talked this week about the income bridge. Thomas the You know, we get an income. It's called a paycheck. Sure, or whatever we do. Then we retire. And then where's that paycheck going to come from? It used to be called a pension. Some people who listening right now maybe you still have a pension. Congratulations. But pensions have gone the way of the dinosaur for a lot of folks so It's up to you to have your own personal pension. That's a income. Check a financial Philip. We call it Thomas a cz. You know, the show is not complete without the financial Philip Sounder people say, coach That's a guess station sound. Well, remember, you'd pull in there and you get fill up. Of course. I mean, what is the one thing we all do every couple of weeks. It's a good way to remember, but they don't have a ding dings anymore. They they don't know. It's been a long time. I guess who just walked in a towering, shadowy figure has walked into the studio, Mr Party. Hensley. Marty, have you seen or if you heard a ding ding lately when you would gas station? I was upstairs a few minutes. Guns actually solve it. You saw the gas pumping. You didn't hear that. So far. Our listeners who don't know Coach Pete actually has a very old vintage gas pump up in our lobby here just to help represent that Financial Philip strategy And so What it means to me is when I hear that sound, I smile because I know when people have that financial Phillips tragic, Marty, they're not worried anymore Retirement about where the money's coming from. That's exactly right. As you know if you've heard from our show before, that's our green bucket money are safe money. And that is that money that alleviates all the longevity risk. I cannot live my money, Thomas and we know how important that is. Longevity risk. We're hearing more and more about that. Tom Hedda. Very good friend of mine wrote well, paychecks and play checks and don't wory retire. Happy was his book that, he wrote. It is also the public Broadcasting TV show. And he always says that coach the most overlooked aspect of a true retirement plan. Is not planning for the unforeseen and running out of money. And so just because you have a paycheck already set up for retirement doesn't mean it will be enough because we have two big things and stalking somebody of day and they said they said, Yeah, I know inflation. Inflation could could eat up, but I have saved and I might not be able to have enough money to do what I want to do. I said, Yeah, that's one of them. He said. What do you mean? There's another one? He says. Well, what do you mean? I said taxation. Folks, if you don't think we're going to have a tax time bomb go off in the next 10 20 years. You're kidding yourself. Morning. Look at our national debt. That's what so crazy I mean, Thomas. We saw that the first quarter of this year, right? They announced 3.3 trillion They did just in the first quarter. I think I haven't seen what that second quarter numbers quite looks like What we've increased the National Day. Exactly. That's he admitted. That's the funding that they don't know about the unfunded liabilities all the promises of the government's made. Where's that money going to come from? What's going to come from? You. And so if we don't have tax efficiency built in our portfolio again, big words, But all it means is make sure you pay less taxes in the future. Set up your accounts in a way where maybe you don't have to pay tax for some money to get a Roth IRA special life insurance policies. Those kind of things minimized taxation. Maximize what stays in your pocket. Buddy. What's more important, the money you bring in or the money that stays in were big fan of the money that stays in. Okay, It's about the big fish you had on the line. If it doesn't get to end up in a boat Todo was that a fish story? We hear a lot of financial fish stories to do other financial guys. So be very careful about that. Longevity risk and having the the money allocated in the proper way. Thomas that's makes sense. To me. It really does make a lot of sense, and it's why a lot of people love texting the word plan to 21,000. It's a great way to get in touch and make sure that you have these strategy. She's in place in your own plan. You can also call us at 806, 617383 806 617383 and like I said, you could text plan to 21,000 coach's house to be like this is a lot about developing. Ah, stable retirement in complain because a lot of folks that can't claim to have their retirement plan or maybe they have some thoughts in their head. But exactly what you're talking about. They're figuring out your taxes and getting them in a situation where you can predict them a cz best you can into the future. One aspect, among among many, as you've said, is helping develop that that consistent basis for the future thing count on consistent, persistent, reliable big words right there big important words for the financial. Now you've watched the movies, reality shows or fiction or nonfiction doesn't matter. 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"dorota" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Income coach coach Pete Dorota. Coach. I'm going to hold you to it. We are going to talk about the nine steps to plan and purchase your dream car. But first I wanted Teo talk about the Medicare cheesy. I got this really cool the message across my desk here just while we've been sitting here, chatting Ah, and we had individual just raving over the Medicare cheat sheet that you mentioned how he was so happy he had gone to the government websites downloaded. I think their guide is two or 300 pages Long has trying to whittle through. It brought back up little and he was having a really hard time And he found our Medicare Tichy, which we've been ableto really get that core content down, but I think it's right around 30 pages fell in love with it, and I want to if you want to take a second, just kind of let her other listeners know what it's all about, because I think a lot of people really made If it from this Well, the cool thing is done. By the way you teach. Eat. It sounds like a derogatory things. What do you cheat the government? Well, who doesn't want to cheat the government? Course The government will find you sure, but but I joke last week. The reason what we call a cheat sheet is because quick notes was taken. But now it's basically we took. You know you've heard this term boiling down the information. So we took all this information from the government guidebooks, gigantic informations and A lot of it Really not applying to you. And you get lost in Mnuchin also, you forgot what? You even trying to look up. Never before. Were you trying to read the book of the new Start? Daydream and then just gone. Sidetracked? Yeah, Yeah, Absolutely. So we boil it down, Teo, About seven important aspects. Number one is the fork in the road. When you get to that point in your life where you're talking about Medicare. What should you do next? Basically comparing your options. Very importantly, we concisely do that for you. In about four or five pages. This this guidebook is 25 pages long compared to the government's 300 pages and number two. Even though we're not government employees, we don't work for the government. We have nothing to do with the government. But we basically have boiled down what they said. And what it really needs to you. Yeah, that's important, too. I think really. Yeah, well, in just a moment, just to kind of given example real quick. This and I'm sorry to interrupt there. But you know, going into this. I almost struggled. Understanding. Okay? Medicaid versus Medicare. And by the time I got to the end of the sheet Oh, I just felt I know exactly what I want to do and what I should do if I were to retire announced phenomenal, But police keep going because there is a lot more than here so actually understood. Understanding original Medicare. You are saying Very important And that was that eligibility and enrollment wouldn't set. You know where people get saying there, You know, we have no more importantly, tell you not only what the government's saying, but how do you get in trouble? If you don't do something, right, you have to follow the rules. Right way Understanding Medicare advantage..
"dorota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Driver shortage. Keaton says she knows other drivers in similar positions, cancer survivors or retirees not wanting to risk their own health. A school officials and community members come to realise the essential role bus drivers play in education. They can't teach him if we don't get him there, you know when they have after school activities. We take him home at night. When they have to go from school to school for activities. We get him there. Yeah, but the teachers and none of these people could do anything any of the things that they do If we didn't get him to the fool, I've always kind of felt like we were taken for granted. Even so, Theresa Keaton says, When things calm down, and things returned to normal, she plans to get back behind the wheel for decades and counting. We're going to keep our focus on education a little longer and seek perspective from a country that's had success reopening schools at least so far, and that's Denmark. The European country was one of the first to reopen schools in the spring, just as other countries were dealing with a Corona virus surges. Things went so smoothly that this upcoming week they'll be returning to school the way it was before the pandemic. To find out more on how they've managed this. We sought out Dorota longer. She's vice president of the Danish Union of Teachers, and she's with us from her home in Copenhagen. Thanks for joining us, Dorota. Thank you. So, as we mentioned Dana schools reopen this spring, just his other countries were struggling to contain the virus. I understand the government was calling for school three open as briefly as you can tell us about that re opening in the spring. First off what was the reaction of parents and teachers to the proposal? Well, actually, many parents were quite worried about this and they talk about. They didn't want their Children to be guinea pigs in this whole matter, But actually, we were able as teachers trade unions. To have a close corporation without government and with our employers, and they they listened to our worries and they took him into consideration and actually, we were able to make Some kind of structures for the reopening that made the teachers feel safe about the re opening so we could sell our members of the union that it would be safe to go back to work. And when the parents met, teaches feeling safe about this, they also felt safe. And of course, there wasn't structures that had to be met and our minister of education. She was very clear, said These conditions are not negotiable. They need to be in place before we re open. So why don't you tell us a little bit about the safety measures that were put in place from the beginning and a little bit about what lessons you learned over the course of the months that that ensued. The safety missions were that there had to be small groups of Children like 10 12 Childrens in one group and then one teacher for that group. And then that group was together the whole day in lessons and then spare time, and we also had to teach outside as much as possible. And it was quite warm in the spring. And then Mike this year actually. So they did. A lot of we did a lot of cheating outside and the head washing had to be done every one hour and 1/2. So those kind of mish is had to be met before the schools could open. So that was quite difficult, But it it was. It was possible to do it it because everybody went together on it. Did you learn anything from that experience that changed over time, the way in which he approached it in any significant way. Well, yes, I think we learned that the cooperation is very necessary and very important and also that our government, the central authorities didn't say a lot about what was going to be be done this they talked about this. You need to have the social distancing between the kids two meters If they're seated, and you have to do things outside and you have to have small groups, But but how you're going to do that. That was up to the local schools. The local communities should make it happen, and that corporation between teaches the unions and local Florence is the corporation in all all levels of society was was extremely important. When you have talked to teachers and your members about their concerns. What Tend to be the focus of their anxieties or their apprehensions about being in the classroom going back in the classroom or about reopening this month. Basically on the same terms that you were doing before the pandemic affected us all. We're in the beginning at the reopening, of course, some teachers felt unsafe. And if they, for instance, had some personal health issues like asked something like that. They were. Of course, they will quite worried about what would happen when we go back. And we've made also that this deal with our central health authorities who put out the regulations and made their recommendations. We told them that we need to make these this teachers who are in health risk groups, as you could say, we may have to make them feel safer as well. So they made this Say a rule saying that if you are not feeling safe, you need to contact your own doctor. And he must you. She must tell you if you are OK to go back to work or not, And if he says you're OK to go back to work? Then it is because you can. You can deal with this risk in a five way, so that was put out like you know, in a sensible, essential recommendation. That was Dorda Longa, She's vice president of the Danish Union of Teachers..
"dorota" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Know, healthy guy. Maybe he feels like he's so healthy. Just what he's he's all these years of ordered. Strawberries has made Tom Brady impervious to Ah, You got a license viruses that TV 12 stones pretty good for that What it is? Yeah, I've heard that We'll get it to the FDA. So I could be widely distributed because Tom Brady out here. Flossing like Dorota don't have nothing to do with him. I don't know. Maybe it's a Florida thing. Get to Florida needs go bonkers. You where have you ever thought of that? Like a suited you cross state lines. Whatever state your coming from go. It's a combination of the humidity. And, Yeah, we ever thought that maybe it's not just the people. There's something actually in Florida. There's something there. There's something in the air. So you're saying you nerdy something in the food that just Makes you go a little. A little crazy may. So you're saying that Tom Brady has turned into full on Florida man. Possibly meet James. No, No, no, That's not what we're saying. Hold on. Wait, Listen, listen, I'd like to throw around here with the charges of people using the Devil's Let the Devil's Dancer if I do that all the time, Not in this case now with Tom Brady. Is that what we're saying? Sure, Maybe he's a little bit reckless or a lot reckless holding his workouts during a pandemic. What am I saying? That Tom Brady is messing around with the Bolivian marching powder? Absolutely not. No, However, what would you like a bit way do it is good. Ah, that's.
New York City spends billions on flood protection
"In twenty twelve superstorm. Sandy wreaked havoc on New York. City's transportation system storm surge pushed a flood of seawater into vehicle tunnels rail yards very terminals and subway life. Hurricane Sandy. It was a big wake up call for the city that Suzanne de Roche. The city's deputy director of infrastructure and energy. She says after the storm subway tunnels and stations nations had to be pumped out electrical systems needed to be cleaned repaired and tested in some places. It took weeks to get up and running again as sees rise is and whether it gets more extreme. The risks from flooding only grow so New York is working to make its massive transportation system more resilient for looking at major major flood protection systems across the subway network the airports and articulate tunnels that go in and out of Manhattan for example. The city is installed huge. Flood Gates at the entrances of two tunnels. A steel floodwall will soon protect the coney island rail yard and the city's working on ways to seal off subway. Station entrances invents. It's a multibillion dollar effort Dorota says the next time a natural disaster hits New York expects to be better prepared
"dorota" Discussed on KOMO
"Seven online at komonews dot com. This is KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. From twenty four seven news. I'm actually cross with this hour's top local stories from the KOMO twenty four hour news center. The makers of Ragu pasta sauce, recalling some jars of marinara, because they could have pieces of plastic inside them. The company says they received no reports of injuries, but that they have launched the recall out of caution, and the recall involves three specific varieties. The chunky tomato garlic and onion, the old world style traditional and the old world style meat. Sauces. The Seattle city council is looking at a controversial change to the zoning laws. That proposal would make it easier for homeowners to put backyard cottages on lots now zoned for single homes. Their proposal is set to go to committee vote on Tuesday. The full council could vote on it by July. First viaduct demolition is causing more backups, the Cullman ferry duck starting Monday night, there will be full overnight closures have Alaskan way south near the Colman dock. It'll be close to all traffic between Yesler and Marion street from nine in the evening until. Five in the morning axiom frost. Komo news. Komo AAA traffic, getting report of a serious accident. That's blocking both directions of forty second avenue, south into willa between Southcenter boulevard and a hundred and fifty second, no ETA, pre-opening, those lanes will keep you up that also dealing with the closure of west all westbound lanes of Mercer street between five and Warren avenue until four o'clock this morning. Also both directions of the Aurora bridge. Alternating Dorota word Curtis counting KOMO traffic. News, traffic, and.
"dorota" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Thanks. This is your money minute. I'm Steve at all potential class action lawsuit is being allowed to move forward. Now, this case involves a mutual of Omaha 4._0._1._K plan plaintiffs allege the plan favored some more expensive proprietary products over other investment options now as of December of two thousand seventeen that planet assets of over nine hundred million dollars. Now here to explain what that means. And why we need to be aware of our own 4._0._1._K plans, and the related fees is America's wealth coach and bestselling author coach Pete Dorota coach, what do you make this on national radio show, I call fees expenses and commissions financial termites. That's because you don't see them. But they're eating away at your base in your values. And so you have a house. It's not to you realize when you let you realize you have to a lot of times you have to redo things. So in the financial world same thing, you could be losing money. Not even knowing it. We call it losing money through twenty different fees that are available to gay plants. If you have a 4._0._1._K, we can do what we call forensic financial now. Analysis which gives you what we call the calculated risk exposure level based on the risk. You're taking base on the fees and commissions, you're paying what could really happen. Your portfolio in the future. Let's make sure we eliminate unnecessary fees risk commission and make sure that you understand. Exactly what's going on in your plan, and the next ten people will do that at no cost relegation. Well, so review your tax returns for you to uncover long-term tax issues like may exist in your IRA or your capital, gains, taxes, even social security can cost taxes will establish your retirement income goal. That's money needed to cover the cost of joining us, though. And we'll analyze the current investments.
"dorota" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Is your money minute. I'm Steve all twenty eighteen was a tough year for investors. In fact, according to Deutsche Bank, it was worse than two thousand eight worse than two thousand two and worse than the great depression tech. Stocks hit particularly hard as the year drew to a close with apple and Google. So how does that affect the average person's retirement portfolio for an answer we call on America's wealth coach in bestselling author? Coach Pete Dorota coach. What do you think was it as bad as Deutsche Bank says well, Steve it's bad for folks who don't have a real plan. Right. If you don't have a plan put together. Yeah. Everything's bad. Any movement in the market is bad. If you're not sure what's going on. If you have a gain, I always say make that a realized gain walk some of those profits, and you are not up until you're out of the market. I think the way everyone listening needs. What we call a financial green print when you build a house. You have a blueprint which you understand exactly what's going on the benefits the cost and everything. Let's do a financial green pit. Let's analyze ever where you are where you wanna be what you want to have happen in retirement put together, a true retirement income plan that has both growth, protection and income built into it. They don't never go away. That's why you know, you have a true retirement plan to have growth, protection and income that could increase over your lifetime. You need increasing it come to combat inflation and many people confused about this Steve. So what I wanna do is for the next ten people who call I'll put together a three book set three the best books that are written. I'll give you a box set called the 4._0._1._K survival box set, which is the three hundred dollar value. And also give you a thousand dollar value consultation to design your very own spending plan, which we incorporated in what we call the total retirement plan, which has financial. Check and balance system. Did it make sure you're not doing the wrong thing and get you on the right track?.
"dorota" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"You've heard about snakes on a plane. Snakes. How about in your car? Fair. It was enough to make a grown man yell a snake under the hood of earns the modest car in Miami gardens Florida, he found that after he took his kids to school. Then he opened the hood to do some routine maintenance the constrictor chilling in his Cadillac sold. A snake is us went crazy everything in my skin. I got goosebumps along it'd been riding along with him is anybody's guess the man tried to get animal control. Nope. Then the fire department. Nope. Finally, it was a neighbor who used a coat hanger to corral the creature and set it free. Two thousand eighteen was a tough year for investors. In fact, according to Deutsche Bank, it was worse than two thousand eight worse than two thousand two and worse than the great depression tech. Stocks hit particularly hard as the year drew to a close with apple and Google. So how does that affect the average person's retirement portfolio for an answer we call on America's wealth coach and bestselling author coach Pete Dorota coach. What do you think was it as bad as Deutsche Bank says well, Steve it's bad for folks who don't have a real plan. Right. If you don't have a plan put together. Yeah. Everything's bad. Any movement in the market is bad. If you're not sure what's going on. If you have a game, I always say make that a realized gain walk some of those profits in you are not up until you're out of the market. I think the way everyone listening needs. What we call a financial green print when you build a house. You have a blueprint which you understand exactly what's going on the benefits the cost and everything. Let's do a financial green pit..
"dorota" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Okay. Folks. There's two questions. I know that you're asking yourself number one. Have I saved enough money to last as long as I do and number two can I maintain the same lifestyle? I have now in retirement, we're going to talk about how you can answer those questions yourself as well as a very special topic. Ten tricks car salesman used the everyone should know how to handle that much more. When we come right back here on the financial safari. Thirty. Now, he's at the. Planning. We're in the financial. To take advantage of. Featuring hall of Famer Terrell Davis, otherwise known as TD and national bestselling author. Ruta better known as well. To the huddle. Wow. Coach sounds like we've got an exciting show this week, folks. If you're just joining us, we're here in studio with coach Pete Dorota. He is known as America's wealth retirement income coach joined alongside Marty Hensley. He is a former UNC basketball player twenty-four year planner guys. Welcome in exciting stuff. Yeah. Good stuff going on here. And it's I doubt we'll be able to cover everything this week. 'cause I've got look at all the show notes everywhere. We're gonna talk about stakes people make when they buy a car a used car, especially the games that are played in the car. Lots. And this is all inspired by somebody very close to me gets, you know, taken advantage of the not too long ago. And then I've spent a lot of time. Talking about what happened, and we put together a report about things that you should ask or know about before you go in and buy. Wow. Okay. But first, let's talk about retirement. Let's do it. I think a lot of people are wondering about retirement and the the main question morning, you'll have to tell me if this is true or not you see it as well. Have I saved enough money to to last as long as I do in retirement. Absolutely quick question. Every day. It's a baffling can subject when you think about it because you've put away money every single month for the rest of your life. You when you're working.
"dorota" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Jail. This is Fox News. Not too bad of an afternoon drive pavement out there. We've got rain by week's end. However, upper sixties today the sun's trying to push through the clouds, eventually we'll clear overnight. We will clear forty-three tomorrow, sixty two with sunshine. Rain by Friday. I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich Weather Channel what a six one FM talk. You're listening to the financial safari news network. This is Donna slips come alive at coach Pete's money desk at capital financial joined in studio alongside Steve's at all as well. As coach Pete Dorota force today. Steve the latest statistics from the social security administration say that a quarter of sixty five year olds will hit age ninety one in ten will live beyond the age of ninety five coach how does longer life expectancy impact how we prepare for retirement. Well, we need our money to be there all the way through retirement. It's no fun to get retirement income to age eighty two or ninety two. And then have it all go away? We have to have a true income plan. So the next question is how do you get one? First of all, you have a true review done with a fiduciary team analyzing any unnecessary fees. Risk you're taking and also looking at the tax implications. And then designing a true income plan. And it's available to the next twenty people call as well as a book set of books, I've written that sounds great coach nine one nine four one five one seven one six again nine one nine four one five seventeen sixteen or text the word coach. To twenty one thousand and you're in heaven strangers come in and out of your home for showings, is the last thing you want to worry about one selling your house will they turn the lights off? Will they locked the doors when they're done after rushing to clean up your house at the last minute..
"dorota" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"All right. We're back, ladies and gentlemen here. It's Chuck Keeton with coach Pete Dorota, America's wealth coach, and we are here in sunny hot Vegas. And lost wages like, that's right. That's one thing that won't happen. When you talk with coach Pete and his fine folks here. Yeah. Very very important that people get on the right track. And I know life is we'll just look what's happened the last week here with everybody dropping everything to plan for the storm and life is like that Chuck and what we want to plan ahead near the storm. That's really coming to a lot of people is the tech sation in retirement. It's knowing if it were not knowing if they have enough money for a retirement and making sure they have wants and needs covered all the way through retirement, and that's covered through what we call turning your financial plan into a true retirement plan, and you must have this one thing in your plan to make sure you have lifetime income. It's a financial Philip strategy. Chuck I heard stories about people riding around couldn't even find gas this past week. That's what if you're in retirement. And you don't have you have you have that red Gaskin, but there's nowhere to fill it up your income. I'm tell you have income. That's right. And you can't afford not to fill up because it can be too late. Yeah. That's the whole prime. Of this is that you must have that financial fill up. You must have that peace of mind every night getting up in the morning, and knowing you have the assets to like, you say, not only meet your needs. But some of your wants to be able to do what you wanna do when you want to do it in retirement, you know, a lot of people are filling up on Monday, if we're gas and by the time the storm came out of the gas again, so we need to make sure we never had that happen retirement. The financial Philip strategy. If you're one of the next ten callers will do that we've seen this go for over a thousand dollars other places, no cost or obligation. If.
"dorota" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT
"And we are back and you save money correspondent steve said all and with us always is thomas chris and of course america's a wealth income and finance coach pete dorota coach we've got some stuff to talk about yet what i've got some news source for breaking news at their steve here it is i was just reelected as president of the international association of registered financial consultants i just got the information i had sixty percent of the vote amongst four different candidates so that's pretty good i wanted one hundred seventy three other candidates so be getting sixty percent the numbers tell me i should have had twenty five percent of this four people divided one hundred twenty five percents so i get a lot more vote for myself by the way what am i going to i always so it was it was a it was a good election and so i've got one more year in the afc is president i basically go around the country and inform people about how important it is to get a financial plan with a fiduciary there you go huge folks there are a lot of guys and gals out there claiming to be a fiduciary and are if you have a plan or are you looking at a planner use your best friend on the internet and your worst enemy sometimes google golden get you in trouble because google has so much information some of its not real but you can google your financial advisers name and if they've ever been in trouble or anything that will come up and so it's good to know who you're dealing with it there you go you might not tell anybody agreeing back in the day when you do something bad at school when you come on would you tell your parents right away the mailbox in my brother bob used to start fires we were in the neighborhood and it was it was just being built so there were like a lot of vacant lots and this is in marburg north carolina and we were in the woods pine trees now the.
"dorota" Discussed on Rocket
"The hello and welcome to rocket accelerated gig conversation this episode is brought to you by squarespace and hover i'm simone dorota for my voice sounds totally normal i'm the video producer paul on dot com i'm joined today by brianna wu democratic candidate for congress and christina warren senior claude developer advocate and architect of microsoft jar tell listeners before we started the show christina went into fifteen minute epic monologue explaining all your work there and i just wanna sloot to you and say you're a planning god made flesh so i appreciate what i want people to know is if they're going to build there's a good chance that they're enjoying some of your handiwork yet no and if you're going to build as i've said before rocket rosa pie don't even have to be wearing a rocket shirt just tell me your rocket listener and i will find a way it gives you a drink somehow stage and she'll launch a beer in the audience i wish so been no but actually what we are going to have a channel nine alive booth in the convention center so it's on the fourth floor which is the keynote is in the washington state commissions that are on the skybridge we're going to have a really big booth kind of desk setup where we will be broadcasting live and doing recorded sessions all day long so seriously like stop by and say hello if a cause is right in the middle of the expo where everything's happening so by and say hello any time during the three days but also you know opiates party isn't offense and all kinds of stuff to see me around or tweet whatever we'd love to see you and breeze actually going to be there to we're going to be destroying microsoft bill together we are up at we are we're calling destroy its.
"dorota" Discussed on Super Station 101
"So the first thing people can do is number one get a second opinion to financial x ray and mri and where the risks are make sure they have their very own calculated risk exposure level thanks coach and that's going to do it for now for the financial safari news network comes steve's at all welcome back into the financial safari consumer advocate thomas lipscomb here in studio with coach pete dorota america's wealth finance and income coach really having a great time in studio coach i see got some in your hand there what are you looking at i want to summarize what we talked about today because a lot of people aren't glued to the radio our weren't here to begin with we talked about a very powerful underutilized and overlook strategy called an inservice distribution digest vital if you are taking advantage of your 401k at work maybe your 401k doesn't have all the choices you really need maybe you can't have a customized income plan which i know for most people don't have a customized income plant sadly retirement plan which called a 401k so what is the 401k if it doesn't have an income plan there you go it's not a retirement retirement you must have retirement income built into any financial plan for it to be called a retirement plan otherwise it's justified plan not a bad start but not a good finish exactly and so the quizzes thomas we talked about now no one wants to your quiz i hate quizzes too but these are customized quiz basically you give ten answers it ask you ten questions it's call it a friendly question and answer and then from your ten answers you give this computer program will custom design well it'll be longer with some kids but at least forty page special report wow showing you we call it the five minute solution showing you areas that you're finding areas that you might wanna pay a little bit more attention with and areas that you really need a total redo.
"dorota" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"The next film is called the judge by aerica cone dorota yuban volume this film for awhile yes erica pitch the judge at hut ducks in 2016 and i've been anticipating it for quite some time it is a fascinating film when she was just a young lawyer hollowed as he walked into the office of palestine's chief justice and announced that she wanted to join the bench he laughed at her but just a few years later in a land where women rarely ascend to the ranks of governance as the key became the first woman judge appointed to any of the middle east sharia courts this film is a true courtroom drama it allows us to witness the resistance that the judge and her male counterpart at progressive sheikh face daily here's a moment in the film when we hear the judge describing a case finland the agent room it's a wizened regardless of center i heard a case where man has been married to us why for eighteen years and his wife was unable to have children so he married divorced woman who had four kids from her first husband because he mistreated her she asked for a divorce one the epa muscle in lima luminol thought about the blocked in court he said sex was better with his first wife because she had a nice body and no kids but his new wife had stretch marks levied unlike that this is the problem the way the view women she exists only for pleasure and for childbearing so i live in the twentyfirst century it doesn't make sense to use ten centrale idea sir i will never do that.
"dorota" Discussed on In The Limelight
"But then a part of this episode we there are two of the interviews i did that were really fun and i thought it'd be fun to bring them back for the podcast and chat with julian me about gotha girl and some of the stuff that didn't make it into the article about their experiences and i've got some interesting insights we had really fun interviews with both of them so last week we talked tuesday is on a shot cough ski who played the frankly iconic character of dorota blair's made and we also talked to michelle trachtenberg who played georgina sparks another fan favorite character uh we talk both about what it was like to film the show their favor memories locations while they both told us what question they get asked most often by fans which was interesting to hear the clothes they stole from sad and julie i know you at one favorite detail from an interview with his ana that i thought we might wanna tease all right there there's more to the dax on gossip girl than you might have ever thoughts but she had a lotta fascinating details she also is on the sopranos during last sees talked about what it was like to shoot with james gandolfini and everybody in character was pretty cool and i love that julie risking tease at all julie also asked a great question about her dating life which i was fascinated to hear the answer by actually 'cause it related to how much she wanted to share about dorota on her date on dating sites right now i love that she would date people and have to figure out like at what point she would tell them that she had gossip girl and i would still watch a show that was like dating with d'oro job and up next our interview with these ana.