35 Burst results for "kris k"

Wisdom Sets Cubs Rookie Record With 27th HR, Beat Brewers

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Wisdom Sets Cubs Rookie Record With 27th HR, Beat Brewers

"Patrick wisdom said the cubs rookie record with this twenty seven phone run a Chicago down the brewers six to four wisdom three run blast capped a five run eighth that prevented the brewers from reducing their magic number to three for winning the NL central he broke the previous club mark set by Kris Bryant in twenty fifteen Christian Yelich singled home a pair of runs with two out in the ninth Michael Rucker entered the game and worked out of a bases loaded situation for his first big league save the brewers had beaten the cubs eleven consecutive times I'm Dave Ferrie

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Tatis, Padres End 5-Game Skid, Cut Giants' 9-Game Win Streak

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Tatis, Padres End 5-Game Skid, Cut Giants' 9-Game Win Streak

"The giants nine game win streak came to an end as the Padres outs like San Francisco nine to six Adam Frazier and Fernando tatties junior each had four hits apiece Frazier with a two run double and Eric Hosmer added a two run single Joe Musgrove pitched six innings and allowed three runs to get the win it just feels good to be back in the win column and it's been awhile since we've won the game the Padres remained one game behind St Louis for second place in the National League wild card the giants with solo homers from Tyrrel strata Kris Bryant Steven Duggar and Brandon belt despite the loss San Francisco scored at least six runs in each of its last ten games Riley Aung San Francisco

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"kris k" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

08:00 min | 6 d ago

"kris k" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Out and eat today. Yeah people often ask meal. What tech do you use. What apps to us and stuff and what i would argue is that tech is only good. It's like thinking of a machine. If you have a machine that produces widget. Somebody still has to supervise that machine. Do my team use different apps to make their job even more efficient absolutely. But i'm here to tell you. That's one of the miss missteps that entrepreneurs make they think. Oh i just need this new tech thing. I know it's really expensive. It'll take a couple of months to lose to learn it and then you sort of it before you realize oh. This is time consuming expensive. But it doesn't as my accountant says garbage in garbage out. So what i would tell. You is the most efficient and successful entrepreneurs of the world. They're only using the same free tools that we're using they're using google calendar. Google docs and a lot of free things. So it's not about the technology it's really about what you put in it. Well even sunshine media room as much as i do and they will econom- automations and artificial intelligence and everything else the more more you need social media managers and stuff like that is still going to hire out the thing you too many things to kind of like the whole textbook on isn't it. Yeah hundred percent on your so so you certainly would need to to get team around that as well really the beginning you mentioned also that sixty four zero cannot save your business well because really being entrepreneurs all about execution like it's getting ideas execution that's it so when you look somebody online and you think a little professional jealousy of them or how. What are they doing that. i'm not doing. They're just getting ideas to execution. And that's the biggest thing you have to have it set up so you can constantly move ideas to execution if you're caught in the web of men like that just managing paperwork and it's not bringing in ruin comments not putting you out to the forefront more it's not bringing new opportunities so what you wanna do is be in a constant you know mode of execution so you really need to be in the execution mode sixty percent of the time and then managing that is forty percent of time. Where as i said earlier. Most entrepreneurs are just so totally suffering and suffocating in the web of admin about eighty ninety percent of the time. Some more about your book is it. Vallon will get to ryan in benefit from it. Well again. i took it from my experience of what you know. My clients had asked me and their success stories and really just put some things in play the biggest compliment. I get from people. All the time is that they say it's easy. Read and that you know you can have solid takeaways of things you can do today. So my big pet peeve is when you have things that are very generic or the they move you in the opposite direction of the goal. So it's kinda like you know. Sales no win to close the sale. Okay well what does that mean. What what is that like. I don't know right or my other thing. is you know. let's say pick something horrible like you have to redesign a website and then you think okay. I need to know how to do that. And then you realize. Oh i have to know a little bit more. Seo and then. I have a little bit more about this keyword and all of a sudden. You're moving. You wanted the website to get this next project odor to maybe tell people. You did. Write a book and all of a sudden. Now you're going in the opposite direction. And so i'm a big advocate of you. Wanna be getting big results. No fluff like eight b. That's what i do. I'm always moving people. Abc's fast like ken and not having them go in the opposite direction. So the big compliment. I get about. My book is tangible takeaways. That you can do today. Greg stuff stuff so tell us more about your business itself and how you can benefit how people benefit from that. Yeah well you guys can check me out at any of the socials. There's always you know what i might. Clients are generally people that either have no or or looking to have a team of up to three or four or something like that and they wanna be making six figures but a lot of my clients. The sad part is they look great on paper. They may have written books. May have a podcast. They may do different things or they've done individual coaching and now they want to have a bigger impact on their market and do more group coaching. Or whatever or more speaking gigs. But what happens is they're working so hard behind the scenes in isolation and you guys know who you are. You're saying you know. I'm working so hard and i put online. I am making money but at what cost you know your sleep your health. Your family time suffolk that so those are the people that i'm really passionate about reaching because kind of like the. Maybe the people were different. People your family a worried about how much you work. But nobody really knows how much you work and Yeah we want to rescue you from that. That's that those are the people that i i love seeing. I often tell my clients when they start they look like they've you know a dui pitcher driving under the influence they look a little tattered little beat up and then you know even after six weeks they start to look more rested and refreshed in breathing better. And it's so it's really about enjoying the work absolutely absolutely well. Some people actually do the coaching and speaking and everything as part time or a side to want the main thing is it could be connected with the mainstream that they do you know on the night even even the owner of amazon. I forget his name. Yeah he could be. Coaching people have to build a trillion. Donna business as a side because he's maiming is as an entrepreneur. Successful one isn't he. Of course he makes it do that. But you know. I'm just saying other people are in certain positions even even professional things like Even fifi some people. Coaching on the side we've sent will i am from baton fat but more than line set side of things and do it on a wider people doing that as a side to the main thing that got them into coaching. So they're going to be basically excites in the calendar. Exactly so that's that's the thing radio on from personal experience myself this kanak. Don't go up things under control a little bit. Probably like yourself on done about team could be a a perfect. Could still do. They'll be a way what you're offering there as well say so listeners. How they can get. How'd you offerings. Yeah so you can check us out at. Www free gift free gift. Gif t from kris k. r. s. dot com. We are also now going to start doing these every maybe once a month or so a free master class so you want to get some information about that because we've gotten a lot of really positive feedback on it and it's something that we actually still charge for but we're going to be doing it for free in our community so reach out and get some knowledge because business should be fun. Be absolutely law. Should be fun exactly. Well yeah i now. You have your own website as well. It's windy our wind. The dot com is iraq. Yeah absolutely and anyone listening. We'll put this website on the show next. You can always click it in a good way to get out of stuff as well isn't it. Yes of course always you can find me. He my name out there. Exactly as you mentioned you've got your poke causes. Well has that guy. Yeah it's going well so my podcast is general business. It could be anything from sales to social media. It's really decided that your next win now while you can check out the windy our win the day podcast and and that's just a beautiful variety things to help you get results. Big results no fluff well. It's great to be speaking to fellow pastor and author and of course urination in helping people build teams accelerate business.

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"kris k" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:53 min | Last week

"kris k" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Kris van Cleave reports. Secretary of State Blanken testifies today as Congress opens hearings into the end of the war in Afghanistan. We expect lawmakers to press Secretary Blinken on how many American citizens and Afghan allies remain in Afghanistan. Lawmakers will want answers on the decision to pull troops out by the August 31st deadline despite Americans being left behind. They're also expected to ask why the U. S. Failed to heed warnings from some in the intelligence community. Predicting the Taliban's rapid takeover unwelcome visitor along the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Texas. CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson says it's Tropical Storm Nicolas, you are going to be seeing a ton of rain. The Getting in the afternoon hours tonight and then straight through the evening. Into the night into the overnight hours and into the morning. By the time you wake up in portions of the Houston area, you could be seeing over a foot of rain checking Wall Street right now the Dow is up 221 points. NASDAQ is down 52. This is CBS News. Fever is the key symptom for both the flu and covid. The exigent temporal scanner is essential to detect fevers early and reliably learn more at extra jin dot com. Necessary or nonsense reaction to the governor's mask mandate that kicked in today. That's after Cairo radio. Real time traffic. Good morning. Every Martin Good morning, Dr on North Bound 405 still a pretty significant shores. Drivers work their way between 167 on and off all the way up to 5 20, but the rent in the Bellevue travel time at the core coming in at 30 Minutes north on five pretty slammed getting through the Tacoma core, also seeing additional brake lights starting south of all borough and all the way up past the convention center. 35 minute travel time on north and five between Olympia and Tacoma. Pretty average for this time of the morning. It looks like westbound 5 20 going to get you across the water and into Seattle about 12 minutes faster this morning, still a heavy drive on south and five from about 148 down into shoreline and self on four or five, Still seeing delays, his driver's head out a totem lake and through Kirkland. This report sponsored by car lots, a priest, a dentist and a mom walk into a car lot, because that car lots anyone can be a used car sales person car lots. It feels good to be a used car person. That's your Cairo radio. Real time traffic a memory Martin, now from the Cairo Radio News Center, at my northwest dot com Where is the science questions today as Governor Jay Inslee's new expanded mask mandate text effect As of the day you not only have to wear a mask inside public spaces, but at gatherings of 500 or more outside While there are skeptics, this woman tells Cairo seven TV. It just makes sense long as this so many people around you. I think it's better to stay safe and keep others safe. Hospitals are seeing new record high numbers of covid cases, mostly among the unvaccinated. Today is the final day for state employees and school teachers to get their first dose of the fighter covid vaccine if they want to meet the governor's deadline. Cairo seven TVs, Matthew Smith explains. That's because of a 21 Day gap between the doses the deadline for Dean. Moderna vaccine has already passed. But if you were to take the Johnson Johnson, those state employees could wait until October, 4th to get the one does shot. All state workers have until October 18th to get fully vaccinated unless they have a valid medical or religious exemption to White center. Now the same strip mall that was badly damaged by a fire in August is billowing smoke again. Paris seven TVs Lauren Donovan is on the scene. So right now we're at the intersection of Dell Ridge and Roxbury. We've got ladders out in the back shooting water from above one direction. Then on the left side over here, another ladder, shooting down firefighters.

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Flores Homers, Giants Beat Cubs 6-5 for 7th Straight Win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Flores Homers, Giants Beat Cubs 6-5 for 7th Straight Win

"The giants picked up their seventh consecutive win this Wilmer Flores homered and drove in three runs in there six five decision over the cubs which is doing what we're supposed to do when you know a lot of plants just aren't getting rich the hit and runs are on we're trying to make a simple Kris Bryant scored twice against his former team the San Francisco improved to a major league best ninety three and fifty Jake McGee gave up a one out double to pinch hitter Patrick wisdom before fracturing Dallin Ian happ grounded out to end the game Logan Webb worked into the seventh to improve to ten and three with help on Tyler Rogers worked out of a bases loaded jam in that inning the giants still lead the NL west by two and a half games over the Dodgers I'm Dave Ferrie

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La Stella, Belt Lead Giants Past Cubs 15-4 for 6th Straight

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00:42 sec | Last week

La Stella, Belt Lead Giants Past Cubs 15-4 for 6th Straight

"The giants picked up their sixth straight win by blasting the cubs fifteen to four Tommy let's sell it was three for six with five RBIs including a three run blast in a six run fifth swinging a ball of fire make contact early in the count on B. conscious not so I'm actually not just make contact and messing yes I haven't really been doing that Brandon belt also smacked a three run Homer while San Francisco scored five in the second and former cubs Kris Bryant was two for four with two runs scored winning pitcher Kevin Gausman struck out nine while allowing three runs over six innings helping the giants improved to a major league best ninety two and fifty I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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Bryant Cheered in Wrigley Return, Giants Win 5th in Row

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Bryant Cheered in Wrigley Return, Giants Win 5th in Row

"The giants are in their fifth straight win by downing the cubs six to one in Chicago Evan Longoria and Brandon belt homered on a day when Kris Bryant received a pair of standing ovations in his return to Wrigley Field for started my career here I don't know if I could have ever dreamed up by having that type of reception the fans welcomed me back like that definitely something that is one of the highlights of my career so far Bryant went over three with a walk a run scored in two strikeouts than Korea broke a one one tie with a two run Homer in the seventh belt added a two run blast later in the inning cubs rookie Frank Swindell homered for the twelfth time in his last eleven games the giants improved to a major league best ninety one in fifty I'm Dave Ferrie

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"kris k" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:11 min | Last week

"kris k" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Ra. Chris crane arc is back with us today. And we're going to do our best at down this movie and net. Chris how's it going. It's going very well. Good to be back. It's been a minute. Yeah has been cited to be back. And i'm excited to be timing this movie because it is officially september in. It's my favorite movie of the year. So far it's been a weird year for movies man. I you know. I i keep saying i really hope by the end of the you know. We just recently did our top ten list at the midway point episode. And i really hope. Mortal kombat isn't still on my top ten the end of the year. I have to admit. I haven't seen that many movies actually this year. No it's my favorite amongst shortlist. Yeah but it has been a weird movie or you. Pardon me word year. He's yes and and it's a weird movie. It is a weird movie in a weird movie year but before we do get into some puzzle pieces here. I want to ask you where you like really looking forward to this movie. I i mean i know you. You like Liz carax's previous film holy motors fan big fan and while so this guy is really interesting. Film director. So he doesn't make that many movies. Yeah and he was kind of hailed as this french prodigy earlier in his career. And you know. Legend grew early around him. A suffered a lot of personal tragedy. Which holy motors and net or kind of response to some of that personal tragedy. So he's just a fascinating guy. And i really connected with holy motors which is interesting. Because it's such a bizarre movie. Yeah so strange and yet. There's this weird spell that a. casts that it's it's you must watch it. Yeah ever since then yeah. I was really looking forward to it. It was kind of kind of snuck up and bit me. I've been really focused on a lot of my own projects and when it happens i am not as up to date with everything that's happening in the movie. World's i typically am yeah. I'm just so swamped you know. And then i heard about this film. I heard about sparks being a part of it right right and i have. To make an honest. I only knew sparks very superficially. I knew there komo komo album Which was like their big breakthrough album. I think it was the seventies early eighties when they were kind of thought of. It's just like a experimental pop band

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Annette (Featuring Kris Krainock)

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:11 min | Last week

Annette (Featuring Kris Krainock)

"Ra. Chris crane arc is back with us today. And we're going to do our best at down this movie and net. Chris how's it going. It's going very well. Good to be back. It's been a minute. Yeah has been cited to be back. And i'm excited to be timing this movie because it is officially september in. It's my favorite movie of the year. So far it's been a weird year for movies man. I you know. I i keep saying i really hope by the end of the you know. We just recently did our top ten list at the midway point episode. And i really hope. Mortal kombat isn't still on my top ten the end of the year. I have to admit. I haven't seen that many movies actually this year. No it's my favorite amongst shortlist. Yeah but it has been a weird movie or you. Pardon me word year. He's yes and and it's a weird movie. It is a weird movie in a weird movie year but before we do get into some puzzle pieces here. I want to ask you where you like really looking forward to this movie. I i mean i know you. You like Liz carax's previous film holy motors fan big fan and while so this guy is really interesting. Film director. So he doesn't make that many movies. Yeah and he was kind of hailed as this french prodigy earlier in his career. And you know. Legend grew early around him. A suffered a lot of personal tragedy. Which holy motors and net or kind of response to some of that personal tragedy. So he's just a fascinating guy. And i really connected with holy motors which is interesting. Because it's such a bizarre movie. Yeah so strange and yet. There's this weird spell that a. casts that it's it's you must watch it. Yeah ever since then yeah. I was really looking forward to it. It was kind of kind of snuck up and bit me. I've been really focused on a lot of my own projects and when it happens i am not as up to date with everything that's happening in the movie. World's i typically am yeah. I'm just so swamped you know. And then i heard about this film. I heard about sparks being a part of it right right and i have. To make an honest. I only knew sparks very superficially. I knew there komo komo album Which was like their big breakthrough album. I think it was the seventies early eighties when they were kind of thought of. It's just like a experimental pop band

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Frank Schwindel Singlehandedly Changing Cubs’ Definition of ‘Tank’

GSMC Baseball Podcast

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Frank Schwindel Singlehandedly Changing Cubs’ Definition of ‘Tank’

"The chicago cubs twenty games out of first place. What are they playing for here. Well they got. They got to find pieces for next year. I mean frank. Swindell has been very good. He's been a better hitter than anthony. Rizzo was during his diamond chicago and that's going to ruffle some feathers now. Of course the sample size in the timeframe are not the same but frank swindell show and then he shows up and he belongs in the big lakes right. I they gotta get a few more of these guys. You traded for a ton of kids at the deadline. You traded kris bryant. Your traded anthony. Rizzo get traded kimbrel. It traded heavier bias. Who'd you get back for. Let's take a look at them. Let's put them in the show. Let him play. let them get out there ultimately. Yeah they may not be ready. Oh they're not on the forty man roster we don't wanna start their big league time. I understand that from the business side of things from the fan side of things. I absolutely aid it. But ultimately i get it but get some of these kids here let them play and if even they're not the kids from that trade let the aaa guys come up. See who the kids are in front of them and if they can play if not get him out get those kids that aaa so. Let's see ultimately who's going to be around for next

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Bryant, Ruf Lead Giants Past Mets 3–2 for 3-Game Sweep

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bryant, Ruf Lead Giants Past Mets 3–2 for 3-Game Sweep

"The San Francisco Giants made a three game sweep over the Mets with a three two win at Citi field the Westin division leading giants now eighty three and forty four Kris Bryant opened scoring in the first of the two run homers twenty fourth the Mets tied it in the sixth when Pete Alonso it a two run shot his twenty ninth but in the eighth Darren rough knocked in the go ahead run off Mets reliever Seth Lugo who took the loss the slumping match just finished two eleven in a thirteen game stretch against the Dodgers and giants and fall to sixty one and sixty six Mike make use New York

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Giants Turn 5 DPs, Get Alonso With Bags Full to Top Mets 3–2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Giants Turn 5 DPs, Get Alonso With Bags Full to Top Mets 3–2

"The San Francisco Giants became the first team in MLB this year to clinch a winning season by beating the Mets three to two the giants have a come from behind to win their eighty second game York held a two to one lead entering the seventh as Taijuan Walker giving up just one hit a solo home run by Kris Bryant and thereby Johnson the aren't a bloop single by Alex Dickerson to start the seventh was enough for Lewis Ross to remove Walker for Erin loop who probably gave up a two run go ahead double to Brandon Crawford that stood up in any situation whether whether we've got a lot of hats and you know it's a nine to ten gamer or it's a big data entry to Canada it's it feels good either way the fading that's about lost ten of their last twelve games Tom Mariam New York

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Wade's Pinch-Hit HR in 9th Lifts Giants Past A's 6-5

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Wade's Pinch-Hit HR in 9th Lifts Giants Past A's 6-5

"Picture Lamont Wade junior connected for a two run Homer in the ninth inning to send the giants to a six five win over the athletics Brenda bell drew a one out walk against Lou Trivino and we'd followed with his sixteenth Homer Kris Bryant Brandon belt Enguerrand rough also homered for San Francisco which trailed five two after six innings the giants improved to a major league best seventy nine and forty four and stayed a game and a half ahead of the charging Dodgers for the top spot in the NL west the ace fell three and a half games behind the Astros in the AL west I'm D. ferry

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Bryant Homers Twice, Giants Beat Tired Mets 7-5

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Bryant Homers Twice, Giants Beat Tired Mets 7-5

"The giants out slugged the Mets to beat New York seven of five Kevin Johnson got the win he pitched five innings allowed five hits and three runs with seven strikeouts Brandon Crawford at four hits and Kris Bryant homered twice the Mets got a two run Homer from Jonathan V. R. but we're just one for seven with runners in scoring position rich hill went only three two thirds innings giving up six hits and two runs the loss dropped New York back to five hundred and R. three and a half games behind the Braves for first place in the National League east Riley Aung San Francisco

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Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

Chicks in the Office

01:46 min | Last month

Travis Barker Flies on a Plane for the First Time Since 2008 Crash

"It looks like travis barker is flying again first time since plane crash. Two thousand eight. He was spotted getting on kylie air whenever you want to call it. Kylie's private plane with corny. kris jenner. Core gamble going from la to kabo in this. I mean this. Is you ch- and i feel like groups. The connection that travis and courtney have because he never getting on a plane again. Yeah this is insane. I mean it's huge. Because i'm glad he took that step. Obviously it's a very scary thing when you're involved in an accident like that could be really hard to probably take that first step on. I'm sure it wasn't easy at all. But i feel like it proves how serious corinthian are and the love that they have each other in the trust that they have because he has to trust them according so much to be like. You know what you're right. I'm gonna get on this airplane. Everything's gonna be fine and they're going to have a great trip now. And i'm i'm happy for them. There isn't really much to say about this. Besides it's a very big step for him. And i guess for their relationship as well. Yeah i think people really also forget how bad that plane crash was either. Like you were fan and travis burger. Now you are kind of getting involved because of him dating corny but he travis barker was in that plane crash was covered in jet fuel on fire. He was left with third degree burns on sixty five percent of his body three months in the hospital. Twenty six surgeries skin. Grafts like really really really bad and of course like made sentence if he was like i never wanna get on on a plane again. But he's willing to do it for

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Senate Passes $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

KIRO Nights

00:42 sec | Last month

Senate Passes $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

"The Cairo radio, AB roads, bridges and airports were big winners in the U. S Senate today. CBS is Kris Van Cleave explains. The Senate overwhelmingly passed a landmark $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. Major win for President Biden. This bill we prove that we can still come together to do big things important things. The compromise package took months to craft and will fund traditional infrastructure projects like roads, bridges, airports, waterways and further deployment of broadband service winning over 19 Republicans. Majority leader Steny Hoyer says the House members will return from recess August 23rd to begin consideration of the Senate Democrats budget

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Belt Homers Twice as Giants Outlast Brewers 9-6 in 11

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Belt Homers Twice as Giants Outlast Brewers 9-6 in 11

"In a seesaw extra innings game that had three lead changes in the final two frames the giants outlasted the brewers nine to six in eleven innings in the top of the eleventh Lamont Wade junior singled in Austin Slater Brandon bell followed with his second home run and Kris Bryant's RBI double gave San Francisco a four run cushion the two teams combined to use sixteen pitchers Milwaukee's William Thomas doubled homered and drove in two runs we serious hit a two run Homer in the tenth I'm Riley on

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Giants Score 4 in 9th to Tie, Beat Diamondbacks 5-4 in 10

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Giants Score 4 in 9th to Tie, Beat Diamondbacks 5-4 in 10

"The giants erased a four nothing deficit in the ninth inning before Kris Bryant doubled in the winning run in the tenth giving them a five for triumph over the Diamondbacks after managing just three hits and no runs against Arizona starter Merrill Kelly over eight innings the giants had five hits in the ninth Brian also started that rally with a double Lamont Wade's two run single tied it for San Francisco which leads the NL west by four games over the Dodgers Tyler Rogers pitched a scoreless ninth for the victory Jake McGee got the last three outs for his twenty fourth save as the giants bullpen worked six hitless innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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The History of Cannabis

Gastropod

02:12 min | Last month

The History of Cannabis

"Turns out we have geology to thank for cannabis. At least for cannabis's psychoactive properties. The ancient ancestors of the cannabis plant started growing tens of millions of years ago around. What is now central asia like pakistan northern india nepal. And then something dramatic happened the entire subcontinent. That is now. India drifted north crashed into asia. The crumple zone is what we now call. The himalayas and the cannabis plants that were growing in that zone. Got really really high and the ones that were stuck down low the plains near the himalayas. Well they didn't get quite so high is difference is both topographical and literal the cannabis. The grew in the mountainous region started producing thc. Which or the uninitiated is the chemical in cannabis. That gets you high. We don't know for certain. Why the plant produces it. It appears serve kind of sunscreen. Chris duval is a professor at the university of new mexico and author of two books on the topic. The african roots of marijuana and cannabis kris told us that the cannabis that stayed down low and temperate plains. Those plans did not produce. thc they became. What we know is hemp source of cloth rope and disgusting. Health foods cannabis grew really easily and a lot of different environments especially ones. We disturbed to build settlements. It was literally a weed. That's why we call it weed. And so there was probably a lot of cannabis just growing in central and east asia both the high mountainous regions and the low parts and so a really longtime ago as long as maybe twelve thousand years ago people figured out ways to use it. It appears for both populations. Initially people used it for the seeds which are edible You know you can buy them in. Eat them nowadays. Emcees are often founded natural food stores. Today they're full of wonderful nutrients but they taste terrible. And before you all right in and tell me i'm wrong. not only to. Cynthia agree with me. The historical record does to kris told us that in china hemp seeds were at one point considered a staple food but it was kind of slowly replaced as people in that region in china. You know kind of domesticated and started using other plants more calmly so types of militans organ kind of displaced at

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Bryant Homers in Giants Debut, San Francisco Tops Houston

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Bryant Homers in Giants Debut, San Francisco Tops Houston

"Kris Bryant homered in his giants debut as they took the rubber match of their three game set with the Astros five three Brian was greeted by chants of K. B. K. BK B. when he trotted onto the field for pregame warmups and received a standing ovation during his first at bat I played you know giants for six years and always been impressed by you know how smart intelligent fans are and how into it they are and it's really cool for them to be cheering for you this time Karen Ross had three hits including a home run and two RBIs Brandon Crawford and Donovan Solano each added two hits the giants still lead the NL west by three games over the Dodgers the Astros are four and a half up on the aids in the AL west I'm the ferry

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2021 MLB Trade Deadline: Giants Get Kris Bryant, Mets Get Javier Báez and More

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

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2021 MLB Trade Deadline: Giants Get Kris Bryant, Mets Get Javier Báez and More

"Crazy. The Giants get Kris Bryant from the Cubs Mets grab both Javier Baez and Trevor Williams to the Cubs. White Sox had closer Craig Kimbrel from Chicago. Blue Jays get Jose burritos from the Twins. Braves picked up any reserved from Cleveland or a seller from the Royals and Adam develop from the Marlins. Brewers had Tigers reliever Daniel Norris Phillies picking up Kyle Gibson and Ian Kennedy from the Rangers. As land Josh Harrison Yan Gomes for the Nationals Cardinals. They land Jon Lester from the Nats as well. Meanwhile, Starlin Castro

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"kris k" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"kris k" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"No doubt our house. You're wondering what's playing always our house. That's right what you what you honors and awards mean to you right now. Your you're you and your partner. Jim flett ben. Benefit are not. Omni's were disa- lovely short that you may yeah. It was a conversation as they say. You're already a winner. Because stephen nominate dozens and dozens maybe hundreds of live action short subjects. Yours was chosen one five in that category. What what does winning an award or even being up for an award me into you. I mean firstly. I'll say that especially with this project. The wind was making the film. I mean and and even more so the reaction to it or just today my grandfather the associated press photo she with him in a tux at the at disney on the steps of disney hall. And like that picture feels like the trophy like that just feels maybe so emotional seeing and feel so exciting and like him that recognition and So to be to be nominated for this project in particular. I think means so much more than anything else just because like that trophies going to my grandparents house like like this is like a you know if i if we were to win now with. That's a that's a thank you gift. I feel like it's it's gone really at the same time you know. of course. it's also really incredible to be recognized by this this academy that like that. You've been like admiring since you were a kid. When you look at like falling in love with hollywood films and and i've watched the oscars every year growing up and all of that and and you being recognized in that way especially when we're just trying to make good work. I think it's really nice to pick your head up and be like. Oh wow maybe did turn up. Pretty good good work. I am sad that this is. This is come out in a year where it's not all in person because i cannot imagine your grandfather on the red carpet and i want to be..

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"kris k" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"kris k" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Guy yeah. It was pretty pretty while so yeah. After that moment they agree to have me score in the film and that was like the first thing that that started at all credible. Yeah yeah. I gotta go back in my find the recording that recital. That's what makes me think of gypsy. Ethel merman big entrance from the back of the theater. And she's singing singing louise. This is what i'm imagining elaine. Stritch from the back of the room a an experience. Another interesting and i'm sure fruitful encounter was kobe bryant. Yeah yeah that's about that. yes so so Basically i did that stock and then i scored that the director produce something else and i scored that and then i didn't do anything for a while and i put out my own album and i was doing a tour and actually here in la at amoeba. I was playing a show and a friend of mine. Came up to me after the show and we hadn't seen each other since we were This high school all star jazz band thing called the bill. Green mentorship program here. No of course exactly. Yeah exactly. And so Jake block drummer. And he and. I were in that at the same time. And so he came up to you after my show and i hadn't seen him since then and he was like man like i remember when we were in high school. You talked about wanting to do film scoring. And i've been following your career bid and i heard your album and i'm producing this documentary about kobe. Bryant would you be interested in scoring it. And i was like yeah sure you know. I figured he's my age. He's probably following kobe with like know and then like maybe a month later a few weeks later he sent me a text. Are you down to come to newport to me. Kobe and i go down. And jake explained to me that this is kobe's process. He he no matter what you were doing on the film you had to sit down and talk to him about how you feel about your craft and he wanted to see if you asked passionate and eh obsessed with your craft as. He is basketball or anything that he's obsessed with and if he felt that from you then he was like. You're good to go like just do you. So we had that first meeting in that first meeting was him. Just asking me about how i got film scoring and music and my interest and things like that and And then at the end of the meeting he was like you know this. This is about my life. But i want you to think about how what these stories mean to you in in the context of your life and right from that place if you do that it's going to be great and otherwise i'm sold and so that whole process i would send him jews and he wasn't even the direct job who was a director but kobe was like when i came on the pro on the project jake was again. We're about to be done. We have a rough cut. We're gonna show it to kobe. And then we can start scoring and so we had that first meeting..

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"kris k" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"kris k" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"They were actually and and we crammed this small little classroom. I remember not recorded on this. Little portable records actually stolen my soundcloud. It's called hope and And it was just such a beautiful moment in this thing. That's it's always so special when you write something and imagine how it's going to sound and then players play it and bring it to life. It always sounds better than that always. Yeah it's always and this had to be truly. The word is magic jess but equally magical. 'cause i've actually heard chris play solo piano and lucky man and he won the slowly smoke prize. Which is the most Studio chris digest cries. One can In jazz in the jazz world today in america. And you know that's that's an honor it will never disappear. You're going to be introduced that way for the next forty years it's so meaningful. Anybody knows anything about jazz. Yeah percent yeah definitely. And that's part of what makes the short that you've done it. Is it burkina king. Who said it's like a hug was her. Yeah perfect quote for your short because it is absolutely i. Would i think someone's as after watching your short is. Can i go hug the grandfather. Oh yeah i thought. Your greeting all your. Oh yeah definitely. Want you describe for our listeners. Please short so yeah definitely so. It's called concertos the conversation. And basically i sit down with my grandfather to talk to him about this commission that i got into a violin concerto and and howard kind of stirred up in me a lot of imposter syndrome and feelings about being a composer in these spaces and a black blazer and these faces and we dive into my grandfather story As he wants to give give his backstory so that he can give me a bit of advice in the and historians that he grew up as the eldest boy on a farm in the panhandle of florida and that seventeen years old. He hitchhiked Without any destination mine. He just hated where he grew up so much. Because of the racism he encountered he basically just hitchhiked around the country and randomly ended up in l. a. had like twenty six dollars in his pocket two years later he owned the cleaners and then eventually the the whole block and then the rest continues and really just laid the foundation for my family. But did all this and the forties fifties and sixties Just being able to withstand what he what he was at that time. It's pretty remarkable. And he's still in business. Yes visit. My aunt runs the cleaners. Now he he also like really set the trend for the rest of my family as far as like thinking that way and and getting into real estate and all that. But yeah he's he's still a businessman and ninety two and well-dressed all of the photos of you playing piano as a young person. You are dressed to the nine eight up one hundred percent aided up that did a little hat flip at one point or yes never thought that would ever be woodward knowledge skill. Not everyone knows you can. Do you know at home. I don't you never know whether to believe things you read in the city about a person someone ask you flat out. Is it true that your parents played candle music while you were still your mother's womb. Yes yeah definitely they They decided before was born. Wanted me to play fan. I think it's a combination of by. Dad was a drummer in high school. And that was the extent of his music career. But it's something that really was a passion for him. I think that he just never followed. He ended up focusing on writing..

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"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"Art. I'm curious to about. About your art. So looking at, you talk about the process that you go through in how? To get to whatever you're getting to you have to sketch. Paint so much. and. So sometimes you come up with some things that you sell Some of the art that you've created on the way to creating your ultimate art or what have you. None of those are particularly black. And I'm curious about that because they don't even look like you. Like your you know slim. Like you wear braids or you wear your hair out and none of those women. I don't see I'll see grandma you know what I mean I don't see. Why Alliance if I may ask. Yes. So So I started when I started doing watercolor paintings. I started. Painting. Images on the runway. So that's how I got my life professional start in fashionable station that will pay. draw for designers. Is Women were coming down the catwalk and to be honest a lot of those women didn't look like me and this one. Point, you pointed out because a lot of were like slim and I wanna even say why they just weren't black. So. a lot of my earlier work. They were just like catwalk images. And then they started started to evolve into portraiture and I like leaving negative space on the paper If you look like around my illustrations, there's no color field in. and. What I started do is I started to play with the features so some of the features Do Look like especially in my later works, they look like black women but they they might not have a black face I have brown skin they is just like on a negative. Sheet of paper or the paint or the in my head like a splash of. Color they doesn't look like skiing And as I started to see us in this idea of traveling women in the global..

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"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"With for showing for market week. We've always had. This situation where If like you know you can. Grind your way to the top but you still might not get that opportunity. Then wipe designer might get or you still might might not get the connection or the knowledge or you know the excess technology would be going to like one of the best fashion Suzanne. Why design it my kids so Now we have companies Especially doing racial Awakening. There and they see this year we have more and more companies that are starting to advocate for black designers and just black people that were. In the fashion industry so. You know I'm. I'm hopeful. I should say. You Talk. Talk just a little bit about that. You said that. A lot of these companies are taking the words from our mouths. And they're putting them on. Garments. Like go girl boy by by FELICIA. And how much of a Prophet there Off. Of Our culture without investing in our communities whatsoever. So you you spoke a little bit about. The Black Dollar mattering. Bowel leading to. Support Black creators. Versus these companies who? Are just culture vultures like you said, they will ask you like was, what's the latest lingo or was the hottest? Out, right, now we would burn me up. You could see smoke coming from my ear sitting at the desk you you. Yes. So yeah. The last company that I worked for New York was basically a company. That produce. T shirts and I would just say like short since I'm. At the time those He calls the Terry cloth, joggers where be. and. There were all of our things you know the things that we just. The things that we just say you know the things that won't. Come Up. Probably you know saying there were some some passed down from. older ancestors are older grandparent's we like tweaked or you know we have our own link, own slang and. They would literally take it sometimes they will go to Harlem and do what they call research. And see what was you know on twenty fifth they had all these stalls had all of these t shirts the same. Will come take slap it on the shirt in literally would not take four weeks to get.

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"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"You. Can. Of Wet your tight. So you like I'm GonNa go there and continue with my fashion studies. So you started surrounding your space with pictures from that trip yet. As you like worked up the courage to actually like apply right right. Is that something somebody had taught you or I'm just wondering where that where that idea came from to surround yourself with where you want to be. As as you work towards getting their he didn't I actually I don't know where that idea pinpoint I know did parts of moving to you? I did make a vision board? and I think it was just honestly. The trendy trainees of vision boy everybody was having like vision for parties at the time. And I started seeing that the things that I put on my vision board prior to they were coming to fruition way. You know I wanted to say this illustration players here it is. I wanted to you know be fashion week here is whatever so. I started. So yes, you're right when I was in New York. I was just so. Occupier which is making living and surviving. That I lost track of where what you know what I moved there for wish was to design. So I started working on the business and which I'm grateful for now because I I can you know go back to those? things that I learned to run a business. But I was I just became like the number crunching. you know sitting at a desk. Person, and so my creativity Senate kind of dwindle down window down is one of the down. And almost to the point where like I didn't have. Any canvases paints anything in my reach. So. I started to. Like I said recall going to London and just like the feeling that I felt and I looked at those pictures and look there how excited and you know how over stimulated. I was just to see like all of these new. textures and just hear new accents and Chinese food and all that. And so I started to surround myself with images of that, and then I started to I started to in this out everything just like could make up feel like once you put that energy out there. This is what she wants. I took A. illustrates class at the fashion institute technologies, which was a school that I had previously been. From I had, I, had applied your Prior. To moving to New York. But I took it like short class like after work and I met this guy who was studying or the lack of study it's interesting Martins in. London is just one of the biggest art schools. And he showed me his portfolio his voglio. was like full of the bone and. I couldn't. Understand. How this portfolio full of bones they were like broken bones, bone drawings, bones, and just you know it looks like a art. Like a coffee table. And he told me he was like you know the British way of. Designing is through cultural research Cultural references, social injustice issues anything outside of fashion, and then you use that you bring it into. Fashion. So when you're presenting portfolio, you don't present final design. She presented the journey of researching and they make the hair on my arms stand up because unlike. This is who I am like I am such an artist at heart and I was. Just trying to figure out a way president how to merge. This art with my love for fashion so.

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"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"So close to me was last year twenty nineteen in the last year. And then at the beginning of the year, you talked about this word surrender you said, which was January. You like surrender. That's the word. GonNa get sick of hearing. Me Say that word 'cause like that's what this year is going to be about and. This is not here year to. Couldn't. Yes that's so true I had no. Of course nobody had no idea that we were going to be here. But yeah. So I when I moved back so. Rewind so I lived in London for seven years and I studied designing I worked as illustrator. And then I moved back to the states in two, thousand, seventeen and I kind of tried to just control the narrative of how I was going to get to the next extent too much and. It left me like A. Almost. Like a paralyzed stay just like. Really a really just like you know a strive and I was making progress but it was like. At least. Like. I'm hurting. So, When I went to Thailand and I've talked about players and. There's a lot of other things that I learned while there. It really focused in on surrender and I don't know they were just really really stuck with me and it was like I. You know through meditating. Entertaining. I got the the word that. In order to get to the next level on religious to let go of everything that I think is supposed to happen or the way that I think it's supposed to happen like it's like you no longer control. There's and they're like God controls this and they're just like let it go have your hands open and see how everything just just kind of unfolds So once I left Thailand and talent was like my New Year because it was on my birthday. My last four hours on the plane. I just kind of. Listen I hit a headphones on and just like it was like the longest meditation. I. Read My Life Just Kinda listening I wrote in my journal the things that were coming up on what I should do. And when I got back. I was like, okay I I have to surrender. So things the it come up you know where I had the opportunity to try to control it Especially, like if I got a commission and just trying to control how it goes Let go in the first big commissioned that I. Apply for it was a big grant which is in January of this year. was Commission for. the neighborhood that I grew up being and I just thought it was just perfect me and I I put so much work in heart and soul into it, and then I didn't get it in. So it was just like. Surrender. Surrender. Let it go surrender and. Of. Course covid happened. There was another like you said there was another symbolism of. Surrender in through that I just had time to think clearly a dangerous a more clear to I've. Had probably in the past three years. And then just last month. I had the opportunity to participate with the Council of fashion designers of America with through.

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"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"At Fish I started I've drew on the walls all the time. When I was little Just, trying to make like these like. What I didn't even I didn't even know that was really making a mural. Dry? Flowers and things on my wall. So. Yes am I if I give her credit for Unknowingly introducing me to our. I'm curious about the medium of watercolor. So, many other. Ways to create our. Well it seems like watercolors like your love. Yes. What is it about watercolor versus like acrylic versus oil versus gouache versus you know charcoal. That draws you. Watercolor is like if so magical Is the only medium where you have no control and I liked it. So if you I use a technique, car way to it, techniques os up with the water down on the papers and then put the watercolor or the ink into the water. And you might be able to guide the watercolor a little, but the water is like the magic of it so the water is going to take the color. just wherever he wants to go and I I just find that. So cool that every time you do a painting, you know no watercolor painting can be the scientist impossible. So every time you do watercolor painting is going to look completely different. And I taught a class last year in Costa Thailand on Watercolor Meditation and. I just focused on the idea of surrendering, and there really is a surrendering process like. You know we you are starting out as an artist or you can. You are developed artists when you get the candidates or the paper. You know you have this idea of what you WanNa create and you know you have the strict lines and you know you, you kinda restrict yourself and if it doesn't come out, you know you WanNa throw the painting away or whatever. But. Watercolor is something where you have to surrender to the sue the process like you have to surrender to the medium and it's just. So for me, it's just a magical way of expressing a particular subject or expressing yourself. Is Very, light and Airy and. That's also garments is is just Siri. Light light and fabric light and Airy, and so yeah, I really liked it and it's almost like you have some clairvoyants to you..

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"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"Just completely changed the trajectory of my life He excesses there. Her sister was has cynic. I. later from Trinidad. and. Eventually she she was like okay I'll let her let her stay with me this lady I didn't know you know she didn't know me so. I ended up getting the internship. That next year. And It was in New York and I went to. Flatbush and I stayed with this lady name is gene. And immediately seen have the tidiest bond like she's she probably Janus almost ninety. But you know it was it was more than. A A internship in fashion I learned so much more about the West. Indian. Culture. You know about the food that she will cook. You know she was teaching me how to make Rotea and you know like the stores and things and she would take these two in. So it was like a travel cultural listen wrapped in one and once idea that internship. I was like, okay I don't know what I was thinking but second guessing should I should make this moves This is after I finish his internship I'M GONNA move here, and so that's what I did and so I think this is my mom met by. She has the face 'cause I I knew that when I when I first moved, you know a lot of people were. Like, where are you going to stay with them? Like I'm saying there's lamestain. Do you know? You know. So it's just like what you pricey but. I just knew that if God led me to guidelines this lady that the suicide me a church this particular day she has this sister they lived in a place where I need to go you know he's GonNa take care of everything else and he did so. I wanted to ask a bit about like your art journey. So you. Was your. First exposure. To Art through watercolors or had you like kids play with crayons and colored pencils and? Like had had grown up. He is. So I have on my mom's sister who when I was coming up, she was in fashion school. So, she would come home and. To draw bags, of course, I will her friends and I was at school to stuff and find all her things that he was making her art supplies and just try to. Mimic what she drawn, and so every like holiday, she would come home with another project and another project and I would just keep going. And trying to imitate was she was drawing so it was just so fascinating to me because. You know she will come home with like a pencil sketching in next time it'll be feel with color and then next time she might have a mini mockup of the garment and that you know just like. You know. What world is this in? How can I get more of it? So that was my first introduction to art and then. My Mom and my dad started to just like bad me..

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"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"My great grandmother was fortunate to have my great grandmother still live in for a thirty years. So, almost thirty years. So my mom was sometimes like stay behind. And watch my grandma McGregor mother like when she got off of work, you know just go to go see about her so like the grandmother and grandkids were offline row. Yeah. Among will stay in wash the great. All I had to great grandma's for maternal and paternal. So. but mom, she went on her first international trip. three three years ago when I graduated from. London College of fashion. and. It was just like amazing to see like my my parents almost like be children again like they gave us exposure to the world, and now we're able to give it to them so. Those really cool. So. Your mom actually gave you something that. Not a lot of MOMS are. I don't want to say like able to successfully give but if like. From her being a nurse. You inherited from both sides of your family. A blood disorder. That they had just lived through. They didn't have the gift of diagnosis that you were able to get. Right. Sorry in and that was only because like she wanted for you. Hard heart. In ways maybe she could've advocate for herself even I. Like I think. To the audience to the listeners who listen to this show like pretty well known how black women are treated in the medical. Industry and because it is industry unfortunately. But Yeah, how Are Paying and our irregularities often overlooked and how often we go undiagnosed misdiagnosed. Yeah. and just like all around aren't treated well. You know what's interesting Of, course I I haven't had a chance to like reflect on how You know my mom advocating for me really changed my life until I started this collection that I started about three years ago calling. which is the city of the physiology of the balloon. So this collection. brings awareness to people who are living with disorders, and all of the colors and fabrics. Building is ready to wear collection are inspired.

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"kris k" Discussed on Does This Happen to You

Does This Happen to You

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Does This Happen to You

"Laughed out loud but was it funny? I. Think it's a laugh or you'll cry type of thing I also think everyone should celebrate turning fifty because it's no small feat you have to earn it. It takes decades and I've had a very full life. I've had scabies hooping cough and PTSD from my feet touching the bottom of the lake at sleep away Camp I've dropped diamonds down the drain by accident I've broken numerous glass bonds one full length mirror in college and too many boundaries to count I. Once watched my car get stolen I've been bitten by my own. Dog Twice, I've only had one migraine but lots of little headaches along the way. I learned not to go to the eye doctor stoned or to Polish my nails drunk a policeman once told me he was afraid of me I've had alcoholic boyfriends psychotic pets. My goldfish wants jumped out of its bowl and both simultaneously I've had teachers I didn't listen to therapists I didn't listen to and doctors I. DIDN'T LISTEN TO I've gone down hopeless essential rabbit holes rendering my whole existence meaningless and loop back around again, it's a lot to celebrate. The funny thing is that fifty is neither young nor old it's young to a seventy five year old and old to a twenty, five year old. But at least you're not waiting for it anymore. The best thing about turning fifty is that you're no longer forty nine, which is the next worst thing to being fifty. Once you turn forty nine, the countdown is on and the whole year is wasted with anticipation anxiety and dread forty nine shouldn't even be an age just like there are no thirteenth floors just get rid of it wine me. Dine me forty nine me. No. Thanks. If you're lucky enough to make it to fifty, you should at least give yourself credit for hitting the milestone. You should appreciate your life and the fact that you didn't ot fall off a junkie roller coaster or get swallowed whole by a snake like they do in Indonesia I. Am truly grateful for those things I'm also proud of myself for not giving up because there's so much look forward to the movies. I won't see the meals I won't cook and all the man I still won't go out with. At the very least I can be an example for younger women, a powerful role model to trembling forty nine year olds everywhere, and despite my best efforts to the contrary I have evolved for example, in nineteen seventy eight. Wednesday addams was my role model in Nineteen Ninety Madonna was my role model and today is my role model well, a and Jane Fonda and would Jane Fonda being eighty two and a being eighty five I think I've chosen wisely. Thanks so much for listening. If you enjoyed the story, let me know and share it with your friends. Follow me at. Kris K. K. Aria on twitter or Kris K. Kepler on facebook or check out my website www dot Chris kepler dot com..

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"kris k" Discussed on Tribe of Leaders

Tribe of Leaders

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"kris k" Discussed on Tribe of Leaders

"Yeah I really I like the I think that's so so because we don't have the hierarchy mindlessness either I don't ever think of myself as a boss, it's just you know I happened to. Be The month, make gain a the decision, but I rely on people to give me feedback input because I don't want to know what wrong similarly I've hired that because they have expertise that I doubt they got standpoint at love what you're saying i. hope that everybody who's listening is really taking Matt in because that energy of how you're showing up will affect people instantaneously it does and I remember you know what one time I'd say about a year ago and something happened where somebody dropped the ball now I always go through the process I like okay. If we miss something, let's look the process because. Clearly wasn't communicate in this situation the process had been covered. We'd already dealt with this person and they made really what I would call sopping stake more than once and frustrated and I said to them I'm frustrated. So what we need to do now is we need to take a break because we need to move forward and fixes, and so we're on skype a call you back in five minutes. What I did was I went and I put on something on Youtube I watch bloopers from friends where they're laughing and steaks, and then I came back ms later because what's done is done I'm either. Going to fix fire them, remove on which you know, fix it or fired or not very things I'd take I don't fire people like that. But the point is are your options. So you have to move forward so that they can hear you because if they're still beating themselves up and your tone indicates that we've not moved on, then nothing's going to be gained. There's no sense moving on. So I adjusted my attitude came back had a few laughs and okay. So now let's move forward and it's done and at my energy has to show it's done not clenching your teeth and saying everything's fine. Yeah. Shift gears a little bit and talk about your book. What was the catalyst for writing? The CAL was when I started working with all those people and they were telling me like I had changed their lives and then how helpful it was in the relief in their life and I just split the book into two categories. Are you a successful person? Are you are you a struggler because? So often you know I did this for years when people talk to me but team building a productivity, I had some amazing mentors around me but I was all like you. To get a lot done in a day those organized person I know. So I just kipling canoes too much work and like everyone else I thought my story is different my businesses different. So I wrote this book so that we could discuss a whole bunch of topics and we could show how a successful person responds or struggler responds and a successful person is not about revenue. It's about freedom of lifestyle business can run without them a few days a week all this type. Of stuff. So I really just wanted to come out a way where I can enlighten people and give them a better perspective, and hopefully you know really what I learned was you can change your life when you start building your team. So team building is aspect in the book. There's many other aspects. Their team building is just the part that I can help people with quickest online, which created the outsourcing play for busy entrepreneurs but I just really WanNa create a movement that. This grinding out and I've never seen entrepreneur that needed to be motivated or inspired or told to work hard. You see all these things online about how you're GonNa succeed if you work hard that is the last problem the that's not the issue but yet we're all beating that drum and going okay he's right. So I should be working twenty hours a day instead of sixteen. Okay. Yes. I thought he was going to throw up because I was so tired but I didn't Exactly, and so approach to the grind of Hustle mentality because it, it doesn't lead to a full life and the only thing that it does lead to complete burnout. Shoes. Relationship Issues I agree like as an entrepreneur the whole reason why you're working and you're doing the stuff that you do is because you love it and motivation isn't the issue like you're willing to work longer or more whatever. But let's find the ways to do it really well. So we have to the brain doesn't succeed or in all of history, the biggest compliments were discovered in times of play right from Newton's apple and everything. So the brain also doesn't do well under that pacing either if. You want to be really successful. You need time of rest and recovery, and that's where the creativity like how many different times I could list. I don't know a hundred really phenomenal things that happened everything from Steven Spielberg and how he showed the dinosaurs coming in Jurassic Park. Was He decision day? You know somebody made thump on the floor and he noticed a company, the water moved in the company. Aw, you just sitting there on a Sunday afternoon all I can make it look like that's the impact. On the earth just water like moving around in the cup and all these things when you're at rest versus if rushing through the day trying to solve that problem and that's what we do. So muscling through, it is just not the answer absolutely love that and Lear can people find your book? Yeah. They can check my book go to Amazon. I would really encourage you to check out the coming soon from Kris K. R. 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"kris k" Discussed on Does This Happen to You

Does This Happen to You

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kris k" Discussed on Does This Happen to You

"Book disease a couple of weeks ago. I found a hardcover copy of some science fiction novel from the nineteen nineties. It was in mint condition. I very rarely ever read SCI fi or fantasy. But for some unknown reason I bought it. When I got home, I checked Amazon and found that the lowest price for a used hardcover copy of that book was eight dollars. I pay. Paid fifty cents for it at the thrift store. One of the reasons I shop with the thrift store at least once a month. Sadly, the book went onto my crowded bookshelves together dust anyway to get back to the subject there. I was in the kitchen section of the thrift store looking for plates for my potted plants when suddenly I spotted something outta shelve that I immediately picked up. It was one of those plastic cafeteria trays with divided sections for different entrees, all my life. I had wanted one of those that is what I have always liked about cafeterias with these section trays they serve their food pre separated. There was no need to build walls to separate the different foods because the walls were pre into the Trey no Jews from one food gets mixed up with the other foods. These cafeteria trays are marvel of modern innovation. I stood there in the aisle. All of the kitchen section of the thrift store for several minutes holding onto that cafeteria tray. It was only a quarter. I really wanted it. But my noggin went into hyper debate mode. It reason back and forth for way too long. Finally, put the tray back on the shelf after all I'm not a kid anymore. Thanks so much for listening. If you enjoyed the story, let me know and share it with your friends. Follow me at Kris K, K aria on Twitter or Kris K Kepler on Facebook. Or check out my website, WWW dot Chris Kepler dot com.

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Does This Happen to You

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"kris k" Discussed on Does This Happen to You

"Myself a dark night I've blocked out per. Personal time to help co workers with onerous or overwhelming tests once at a summer camp, I help sharpen three hundred pencils. I ran errands for people with my free time. What I didn't do was stand around and criticize offer solutions, and then call that helping these problems erupt in marriage as well as the workplace in marriage. You're stuck with your white Knight for a while, even if you opt for divorce so you have to talk through effective ways to divide responsibilities at work, not so much. You have options you can pick and choose who work with most of the time so pick the dark Knight's leave the white nights alone. Ask for fairness not help you might wind up in a situation where you're doing an unfair amount of work in that case don't ask for help. When you do that. It's a bat signal for. White nights. You might be sending the wrong message that you're incompetent or that. You can't handle your normal job responsibilities. You're also creating a situation where people might think you owe them. Gratitude it's fine to express gratitude, but not simply to please someone else, especially if they didn't earn it. Instead talk to your boss and coworkers about workload distribution make a list of all the stuff you're doing show it to them. Let them see that. You don't simply need help you need others to take over. So these responsibilities on a permanent basis that way, you're shifting more than responsibility. You're also making people accountable white nights may not like that. But screw them if they're not actually taking on more work there. Help doesn't mean much defined boundaries. Don't let people feel like heroes for simply pulling their weight. Trust me. Some people spend all night waiting by the bat phone hoping for it to ring. Let them thanks so much for listening. If you enjoyed the story, let me know and share it with your friends. Follow me at Kris K, K aria on Twitter or Kris K Kepler on Facebook. Or check out my website, WWW dot Chris Kepler dot com.

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