35 Burst results for "three hundred sixty five day"

How Stonewall Unified the LGBTQ+ Community With Activist Mark Segal

LGBTQ&A

03:30 min | 2 weeks ago

How Stonewall Unified the LGBTQ+ Community With Activist Mark Segal

"In the mythology ising stonewall we talk about how it lasted three days as if it lasts three days just on its own and something i had heard before until your book was about how it lasted three days because you were writing chalk on the street come to stone tomorrow night. How intentionally kept it going. I mean you writing chalk on the street meet stonewall night like that spread information that that's like tweeting. Today we had no cell phones. We had no internet most couldn't afford a phone quite honestly. During some fifty sort of amazing. I would go out to various speaking engagements. Some of them were museums. Some of them were in schools. Everyone had it seems a different day. Oh went on for three days. Oh it went on for four days. Oh it went on for six days. How many days did go on is a good question for me. You went on three hundred sixty five days because right from the beginning we started organizing that includes from the street running on street tomorrow night to the third or fourth or fifth night. I don't remember which where we had leaflets on the street saying you know we're not going to allow the The police to oppress us anymore. This is our neighborhood. That's what is so that was in itself illegal. When we gathered at the steps of stone wall that was illegal homosexuals could not congregate to that was when we said. We're gonna fight the police. That was illegal. Everything we did in that first year was basically illegal and we wouldn't be stopped. We were going to be out loud proud and don't even try to stop us. I don't think i knew that. Part of history that it was illegal to congregate if you're gay. Yup that's why stonewall was so popular because if you were walking up and down christopher street all night long which is what i did with my friends. The chances argue would be stopped by the police sometime. The police that they saw drag queen will try to find out if they had three pieces of mail clothing on because that was the law. Others would be harassed. It wasn't a safe as you might think it would be so when you went into the stonewall it was a safe place it was a place you to be yourself. You could hold hand. You put your arm around somebody and more importantly to eighteen year old. You can dance sure. Now you mentioned. Marty robinson he with one of the co founders of the liberation front which was a group that really helped to forge. The foundation of our community was the gay liberation front. Was that group something that came out of stonewall or was it already in existence beforehand. There were many organizations before stonewall. The leading one in new york was mattachine and all my first or second week i tried to go in about a sheen. They said i was too young as i was leaving. That's where i met. Marty robinson who is coming out and he said you know these guys. They don't get it they don't understand what's going on in nineteen sixty nine. We just can't be doing once a year march. We need to do some more. He created the action group which i was a member off. There were many little groups or pockets of groups like that around new york somehow. After stonewall we all unite for the first time action roof aries lesbians. We got together. That's what created gay liberation front. He was the first united movement in our country from the grass. Roots up before that drag queens weren't allowed to be part of it before that streaking like me weren't allowed to be part of any movement so that change gay liberation front. That's what we were

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Why Does the Year Start on January 1?

Everything Everywhere Daily

07:49 min | Last month

Why Does the Year Start on January 1?

"Every year. The earth orbits around the sun and we celebrate each revolution on new year's day. But what's so special about this particular spot in our orbit. Why do we use january first as the start of our year as opposed to some other day as we go back in history. Most human civilizations did not use a solar calendar they used. Lunar calendar's in fact if you look at the traditional calendars for countries such as china vietnam or for religion such as judaism and islam. They have lunar calendars and their new year's day changes it state every year. Our current calendar can be traced back to ancient rome. The very early romans way back at the founding of the city used to have ten months and that ten months system is still reflected in many of the names of our months today. Their first month was marcus named after the god mars which we call march after march came the months of april ass- maya's and junius the months after this. We're just named after their number until he has sex tellus september october november and december so yeah december are twelve months really means the ten months in latin likewise with november october and september however. Ten months didn't really fit nicely into a year. They had two full months worth of leftover dates. That didn't really fit into any month to rectify this around the year. Seven hundred pc. The roman king numa added two more months to the counter. I annual areas named after the roman god janus and february's which was now the last and shortest month of the year for romans. The beginning of each month was called the callan's so the start of the year was the callans of march or mark. I then at some point and no one is quite sure. When the year began being counted on the calendar of i warious january went from being the eleventh month to being the first month. This might have had something to do with the start of terms for consoles. Romans named their years after the two consuls and power instead of numbering them so for example the year fifty nine bc. Julius caesar wisconsin with kelp. Biblis it was known as the year of caesar bibi however was weak so there was a running joke that it was the year of julius. Caesar it might also had something to do with the fact that january i was the callans closest to the winter solstice. Caesar is actually really important to this story. While the names of the months were very similar to the months we have today. The keller itself was still a mess. Caesar instituted changes to fix this problem. Anti adopted the suggestions of a greek astronomer named side of alexandria suggested going to a tropical year more on that in a bit and created the three hundred sixty five day year with a leap year every fourth year. So that's pretty much. The story right. The roman set january is the first day of the year julius. Caesar sets the julian calender. And we get to where we are today. Nope because in the middle ages the system fell apart completely at the five sixty seven council of tours and there were a whole bunch of different councils of tours so you have to specify. The church declared that january. I was not to be celebrated as the new year as it was a pagan tradition. What replace january first. Well nothing there were. A whole bunch of different days celebrated oliver europe for centuries. Some places used christmas. Which was the winter solstice on. The julian calendar some use the floating date of easter someone back to the old roman march first. And some if you remember back to the episode on why. Christmas is on december twenty fifth us. The important date of march twenty-fifth start of the new year eventually. For a whole host of reasons pope gregory the thirteenth the problems with the julian calender and use the opportunity to standardize the new year back to being january first for good measure. They also made january first holiday which it still is. Today originally january. I was the feast of the circumcision of jesus. But now it's just called the solemnity of mary. Of course not. Everyone was on board with the new calendar. Catholic countries were quick to adopt it but protestant and orthodox countries were not in particular. One country was very late to adopt january first as the beginning of the new year. That country was england. England celebrated their new year on march twenty fifth. In fact their colonies in the americas. Did this as well up until seventeen. Fifty two in seventeen. Fifty england passed what was known as the calendar new style. Act also known as chesterfield's act which is when they adopted the gregorian calendar. The very first thing mentioned in the act was the problem with using march twenty fifth as the new year when everyone else in europe used january first including scotland so when england finally adopted january first as the start of the new year. So did the american colonies for the first time today. Most countries now use the gregorian calendar even if it's only for business purposes to stay instinct with the rest of the world new year celebration such as ted in vietnam chinese new year or rosh hashanah are still traditional festivities held on different days all over the world. The fact remains that there's nothing astronomically significant about january first even though it celebrating an astronomical event aka revolution around the sun so if we were starting new calendar from scratch. What would we pick before. I mentioned that sausage unease of alexandria suggested we celebrate a tropical year and pick that word carefully as opposed to a solar year because there are two types of solar years and they're very similar a tropical year is the time from one season to the next based on win the solstices occur. The current years based on the gregorian calendar are tropical years. However there's also a thing known as ideal year which is when we measure the position of earth based on the location of stars the difference between a ideal year and a tropical year is very small. He said you real year is only twenty minutes longer. This can add up. However the difference between the julian calendar and the gregorian calendar is only eleven minutes per year and that caused a lot of problems over the centuries this has to do with the procession of the orbit that is constantly changing their to logical places to define a new year based on astronomic principles. The i would be one of the solstices. This is something that humans have pictured for thousands of years and have recognized its importance. The winter solstice also is in too far away from january. First the solstice really has more to do with the tilt of the earth however and not the orbit of earth there is something significant about the orbited the earth. That is a point. We could use and oddly enough. It's really close to january. First even though the ancients had no clue the orbit of the earth around the sun is close to circular but it isn't perfectly circular it's a slight ellipse hence there is a point where the earth is closest to the sun. And it's called the para helium perihelion in the year. Twenty twenty one takes place on january second the date of para helium drifts. Over time in the year twelve forty-six para helium actually took place on the same date as the salsas in the year. Six thousand four hundred and thirty it will take place. On the spring equinox so january first is the start of our year which marks astronomical event even though the data itself has no astronomical significance set by the romans abandoned by the church only to be later adopted once again by the church so as the romans did celebrate the callans of january which honors janice the roman god with two faces one which looks into the past at the old year and one which looks into the future at the new

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Living in Gratitude With Deborah K. Heisz

Live Happy Now

05:40 min | 3 months ago

Living in Gratitude With Deborah K. Heisz

"Welcome to episode two hundred eighty eight of live happy now. This has been the most unusual and for many the most difficult year in recent memory. What's gratitude got to do with it. This is paula phelps. And this week as we celebrate thanksgiving as seemed like a great time to talk about how important gratitude is not only at thanksgiving but as a daily practice live happy ceo and co founder. Deborah highs sits down with me to talk about gratitude and other practices to make this unusual thanksgiving more meaningful deborah. Welcome to live happy now once again. You bala it's great lear- especially this time of year. I'm really loud. This is where my times a year. And i'm really excited for checker broadcast. I think we have a lot of talk about. Yeah because anyone that's listened to this awhile knows at both you and i are gratitude junkies so who knows what happens when we get together and talk about it. We're getting more grateful for each other. That's there you go well. This year is been unusual so it puts gratitude in kind of a different light for a lot of people because there are so many people are dealing with loss whether that's loss of loved ones lhasa. Work loss of the freedom that they had to move around and see people so in your life and in what's going on in your world. How are you approaching this thanksgiving and and with your gratitude loss. And i think the one that we're all feeling and not the biggest loss in terms of scale obviously losing a loved one is much more significant loss but the biggest loss in terms of one that i think everyone is feeling a little bit of is a loss of community and as we're going into the holiday season i think that's even more intensified where we might get together with large family gatherings in our family can't travel in or is uncomfortable traveling in or you know for whatever reason were not going to be able to have the typical large family gatherings holiday party corporate outings. Happy hour's wage cycle bureau were be sprayed. I think we get a lot of our sense of community for mos activity. So when we're talking about what we're doing for me. It's what we do work place that to make sure that number one. We are expressing our gratitude. It is the time of thanksgiving after all but also what are we going to replace that so we don't lose out on that sense of community one of the great things you can do and i got a couple of days. This is not my own idea. Is you can take the time to do something. That is a little archaic. And i've gotten a couple of gratitude notes from soups and written letters. Telling me how regretful it is that we won't be able to get this year. How much we're looking forward to getting together next year. And how much more forward and then sharing your on in your life fashion letter to knees. A great idea. Xpress browser this holiday season and the person who receives it one. I i was just talking with someone this morning. About how on a male junkie. And i was like i am too you know and so when we get something. That's handwritten these days. That's incredibly exciting to receive is and you don't have gotten that one that not only was it. Handwritten but person full photos of their social media of jehovah's used it on the computer and talk to me about how much you know and it was family member said how much they were regretting that they were to get together with us this year but they had all these positive memories of last year that he thinking of us and we couldn't wait till next year we put on game that simple but it really took time and energy on their part i or we know from evidence base that even the act of writing that liar heightened their gratitude heightened their happiness low. An it certainly certainly heightened mine. It was a wonderful surprise to get to that in the make so if someone that is a great practice in an earlier this year we had talked to the woman who did the three hundred sixty five days of. Thank you notes and she wrote. Thank you letters to people. So if someone's going to do this there are certain things that you should include are certain practices that you can do to that will trigger more gratitude for you. Is that correct yes. There are more gratitude. So you're speaking about the interview that you did with. Nancy davis cup i at the hankyu project on. Yeah there's a lot of chips about how bright the right thank you and right branching water but one of the things that that is. My favorite is specity. B very specific in order for it to resonate. It's like when you think back to your childhood. You can think back to your childhood in general doesn't resonate on a single something and then you can start team sabre that you remember the way set way. Something smell away. Something felt when you're writing a gratitude letter if you can be specific about what you're grateful for a moment in time or something. The person the reader is the opportunity to savor that memory. As do you you get the opportunity to save that memory and it just heightens the sensation of a tube. Ecorse cruiser overall wellbeing. It's great. I love

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INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight

Marketing Secrets

06:16 min | 4 months ago

INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight

"All right so She has been talking about publishing. For years. About the power of why we should be publishing daily and I remember at one of our Club X. Events. I made a statement I said. Everyone the audience that if you will publish single day for a year by end of the year I'm convinced you have you'll be financially free. And I think people looked at me and said, cool. Some people said, there's no way and very few people actually did it. They're having people have people sailing enough are having a lot of success right now. So I still stand by that like you pick to wear you to publish that and do it every single day. For Year, you should be successful because a couple of things can happen number one. It will give you a chance and give you time to find your voice and number two. It gives your audience enough time to come and find you right and so that's kind of the reason behind it. and. So what's cool is this morning Brandon Fisher whose one of the guys here my team it is all kind of our video. Steph he sent me this trailer and I haven't watched the documentary I watched the trailer this morning and it was amazing. So I if you go to we are Jim and Sam Dot com, you can go and watch the trailer for this documentary called after. So many days and so I don't know why sent to me. So I cook play and in this minute fifty trailer if this documentary, it tells a story about a couple who newlyweds in Jim in San who've been trying for decade to get to hit it with music right? They were playing show their practice seven for ten years had no success and they decided they needed to do. Something crazy. We need to figure out a way to pay the things successful, and so they decided that they were going to do a show every single day for three, hundred, sixty, five days. Right Andy and I haven't seen the documentary I am so excited to go and watch it. But. Just from the trailer. You see what happens is they go out there and they start doing a show and they some of the shows like next to these guys cutting down trees because only person there listened to him some of these little bars are. Just wherever they can find a place to perform show in front of humans right and they started doing this and they started doing this and by the end of the trailer, they're performing in front of these audiences of tens of thousands of people and There's this quota the in the trailer that was so powerful factor wrote down to one to share with you at the end the trailer he says. So here we go making something happen every single day, and then boom they start on this journey and it want to show you because man. you. So many of this dream we have our art right for the for Jim Sam. It's they're they're banned for for you could be an offer product, a coaching program, the book of course, a CD, a physical product service you do could be whatever right with is visually of our dream and we go out there and try to put out there. but the magic of this and I cannot wait to wash documentary having ten more episodes getting out about this but the concept of our free be successful it's not just going out there and dabbling or there I'm going to read a book I'm GonNa go try to whatever it's like here we go making something happen every single day. What are you doing every single day to make your dream come true right like what is it right for most of us if we're satisfied publishing I duNno Nathan Berry who is the founder kid? Really good solid off a program He said the same thing is like I'm gonNA write a blog post every single day for a year a sat down and he started doing it and I was really hard right but then got in the habit of this like every damn. Sit down. I'M GONNA reading thousand words red thousand every minute early morning. Yeah. Thousand words, thousand words, and by the time a year cup up his company had blown up. Things happen from it, and so I think for all of us men they just they just serve such a good reminder. How do we publish something every single day? Right and so this is the rallying call K. as you hazard going to commit to this and say, okay, I'm GonNa do this. Calls. So here we go. Making something happened every single day. So what does that for you? What is that lever with the thing you do every single day it's GonNa. Change everything for you. You've got to figure out exactly what that is and then focus on and do it consistently every single day for you. If you do that a couple things happen number one, you will find your voice gay I, guarantee them for formula show every single day for your what happened they got better they will like if people didn't like they like they, they mastered their craft right. The second thing is that as they're going out there and doing this over and over and over again, the consistency gave their audience a chance to find them. I talked about and traffic secrets because we'll. I shared another one of Nathan varies. Thousand. Blog posts are hundred bog whatever hundred, sixty, five blog posts. He did that year. When was called you have to endure long enough to get noticed talked about they said you know it's interesting because you think about. TV shows or movies or documentaries like like how many TV shows did you find out about like season four or five rice at the the problems are so much content being created all the time that That the market the waits to to see what's good enough is going to rise to the top right and so it's it's testing. You I think for all of US I. Okay. The Universe God the market you know whoever testing you see. Do you really want this? How bad you want how bad you care about your message to hear anything to be a blog once a week about it and you care if you're gonNA blind date about it do you care about the every single day? You're GonNa make something happen because if you do if you are. Then you get rewarded tethers reason now that I'm having still having so much success in my business, right? Despite the ups and the downs in the all the things I have been doing this. Now for eighteen years, eighteen years I've been beating this drum over and over and over I beat this drum when nobody was listening I beat this drum when people were angry at Stroman when clients relieving beat this drama kept doing it and doing it and doing it because I believed it so much because I cared about semester I knew the impact he could and would have if I just kept doing it kept doing it kept doing it and now eighteen years later. I'm still learning. So becoming better I'm still I still make tons of stupid mistakes. Right? Eighteen years letter later I found my voice right and my audience is finding me and it will continue to hopefully continue to grow and keep evolving. But that's definitely what's what's happening. So

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Blue Whale Song Timing Reveals Time to Go

60-Second Science

03:07 min | 4 months ago

Blue Whale Song Timing Reveals Time to Go

"During the summer wheels in the northeastern Pacific spend their days feeding on massive amounts of tiny plankton called Krill. In fact, Krill is all they eat. It really is remarkable that such a small animal is able to sustain the largest life-form that's ever existed on this planet. Stanford. University marine ecologist will a strike and to maintain themselves at that body size. They have pretty extreme feeding habits. A blue whale consumes many tons of Krill. Every day eating keeps the ocean giants occupied during daylight hours when they dive hundreds of feet below the surface where krill congregate in dense swarms. But at night when their prey disperse the whales start to sing. You. Say for ten twelve hours straight. The song you just heard was sped up ten times which brings the sound up more into human hearing range speeding up the song enables researchers to more easily study whales deep and resonant songs which can be heard by other whales across vast distances in the ocean. It's very likely that song influenzas related to some sort of reproductive function whether that's attracting a mate or warding off other males since two thousand, fifteen, the Monterey Bay Aquarium? Research Institute. Has Been Recording. The songs of Blue Whales with an underwater microphone attached to the sea floor twenty, four, seven, three, hundred, sixty, five days a year giving an audio feed of all of the sounds being produced in around Monterey. Bay when a strike and his team analyze the blue whales singing behavior across seasons. They noticed an unusual pattern as summer gave way to fall and winter. The whales changed when they sang the song during the daytime than during the nighttime to learn more. The scientists tagged individual whales to keep tabs on both their feeding and singing behavior as summer krill concentrations wayne the whales begin a long southward by gration to their breeding grounds off the coast of Mexico in Central America once they start migrating feeding at death isn't really a part of the equation anymore. So they switch their primary time song production to the daytime knowing when to leave is crucial. It's really critical that the timing of this transition from feeding to migration e sinked. With other things happening in their habitats, the researchers think the seasonal change in singing patterns signals the start of migration, which means we're now able to determine when the population has switched from viewing migration. The study is in the journal current biology. The Blue L. Song Recording is courtesy of John Ryan and the Monterey. Bay. Aquarium Research Institute. Blue Whales are endangered but being able to monitor what they're up to in real time could be boon to conservation efforts if we're willing to listen.

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Interview With Shayla Hunter

Revision Path

03:23 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Shayla Hunter

"All right. So tell us who are and what you do sell. My name is Shayla. Hunter and I am a strategist and also an illustrator and a creator of the one hundred black females project. Nice. Now. One thing that I've been asking everyone and I'm sure for folks that it listen to the show they know this but I've always kind of doing this my covert nineteen check in just to Kinda see where people are at. So power you holding up right now during the pandemic. Cell. Holding up pretty well, we're just at the August second. Yes. kind of wild that it's been this long but I'm doing pretty well, I think that you know in the beginning. In late March into April and there was a lot going on obviously and it was a a day by day and you know kind of in my apartment and trying to take walks outside and be away from people, and I'm still doing all of that but I feel as though now that it's been. been into summer her can of have a little bit more to can be outside a lot more things like that. So I'm holding up. Okay. Yeah Denver's really nice in the summer to I I went there was last summer. I think it was last summer I was in Denver for some reason I was surprised at how hot it was but then it makes sense because it's the mile high city so much closer to the sun. Yes. I was like this isn't that Lanta heat is expected. It is intense and but I must say the fact that I forget it's not sunny three, hundred, sixty, five days a year but it's like sunny three, hundred and fifty days you know something like that like sooner. It's sunny all the time even in the wintertime when it's cold out, it's nice to have the sun as well because it doesn't really feel like a long winter as in the east coast. So let's talk about your work that you're doing at Eck strategy like what are your workdays looking like right now? Yeah. So strategy is a marketing research and strategy consultancy, and so you know we work with a lot of clients across lifestyle consumer packaged goods. So that means things that you find on the shelves in grocery stores and things like that, and then also house brands as well in companies. So right now we've been. Really, busy doing lot of work with our clients that we've had it new clients I work really well amongst my my colleagues in we've been with it within the pandemic feel as though the transition has been fairly easy for us when I say that just because we have three offices so there's one in Chicago and Denver, in New York and we work in. Teams amongst one another you know across the three offices and then there's you know people who are sometimes in other places as well. As a team as a company, I felt like that we worked really well already had virtually and so is it pretty sort of easy transition into kind of going on and and that sort of thing. So as of late, you know been kind of working on different projects and it's been going going pretty well. So can't you know no complaints.

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Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

Dose of Leadership

05:09 min | 6 months ago

Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

"Admit. It's an honor to have you on the show. Welcome to dose of Leadership A. Thank you for having me man I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to me I'm always grateful when people listen to. Say Yeah well, you you're when I get a lot of requests for people to come on this show your stood out to me again I I. Love you know everybody loves a great story of how you got to this point. I mean you're relatively young young man but you've experienced a lot of life in your your your youthful years. I think you probably more lifetimes than than most of us I mean, I think even when I was reading your bio on your website you. Like in your fourth incarnation of your life. You know what was funny somewhat off topic but about that bio I have found that when you get. Good people around you in terms of like their skill and ability, it tends to a lets you focus on what you're google? And and this website is it sounds you know to buy this very new production. He have like three, hundred, sixty, five days ago that website look completely different and we put a lot of time into redesign it and making it more friendly more for conversion Cetera et. CETERA. One of the things we did not have was bio and and I'm I'm lazy man like. ME Rather. I don't like to put the star of energy and things some towns and I'm working on the air and the guy who works on my website very smart. God's got a lot of insight both both technically and socially you know put together a bio didn't give me guidance asset, right? How long would it be goes lungs you want it. So I got to writing and I said, well, what am I good at I? Think I'm GonNa Communication I think that's why in teaching spinning these stories, these words. So as it, what's the best way to describe my life because I become aware of light you gotta sound different you can't only your house right and I said Okay I always tell people and I I do I've lived A different experiences that that are so different that you don't hear. From them in the same person. And from each of those, you know with with the blessing, the realism blessing I have control over it and slut how my brain works out how I like to take lessons learned from beings and really. Sit In dive deep gets some afflictions of my life. That's where that came from the four lobs and related for major lessons that I've learned moving through them, and in really continues to give me a great advantage today I. Think makes me more label gives me a different different ways to enjoy 'em relate to the worth. Yeah. No there's a level of authenticity there and I think that's what stood out to me when I was. Again. Get I probably get thirty to fifty pitches a day for people to come on in your stood out because it does seem like there. I don't know what it is. I can't even articulate it, but there seems to be a level of. Authenticity around you you seem to be I don't know if you're intentional about it or not, but it seems you seem very authentic and I. I think you know. Someone actually asked me that last night and what I realized is that. In terms of the intention. Of versus not being intentional manufacturer versions spontaneous or whatever What what I think is occurring is that right I I don't have many natural talents. One of them is teaching I think I have a combination of the patients versus the ability to kind of reverse engineer not be struck on a carson knowledge etc autos things together make you agree teacher and communication and I understand that for me to be successful with what I want to do with how to be I can't ever let myself getting a position where who I am comes into question. Yeah. So that automatically. For moves strongly disincentivize is a false presentation. So. All that leaves us for me to be myself and and fortunately I've lived in such a way to myself is not a bad guy. He's not a dull guy. I understand that by being honest with moderns about everything I've gone through I can affect the bigger change it does no good if I tell a Guy You know don't drink alcohol for. Bad for you or something like that. It's a lot of course a lot more back in you know discuss my troubles to the point where you know so. The book about it many articles website about it. If there's a commercial angry I'm out of four, I need to be able to eat. into you to do this. But I'm lucky in that I don't have to put such emphasis on the commercial because the life itself is the work it's it's the art. Now like in many ways, I tell people in the art and artists not a businessman.

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Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

Dose of Leadership

05:09 min | 6 months ago

Ed Latimore Explains How Action Leads to Mindset

"Admit. It's an honor to have you on the show. Welcome to dose of Leadership A. Thank you for having me man I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to me I'm always grateful when people listen to. Say Yeah well, you you're when I get a lot of requests for people to come on this show your stood out to me again I I. Love you know everybody loves a great story of how you got to this point. I mean you're relatively young young man but you've experienced a lot of life in your your your youthful years. I think you probably more lifetimes than than most of us I mean, I think even when I was reading your bio on your website you. Like in your fourth incarnation of your life. You know what was funny somewhat off topic but about that bio I have found that when you get. Good people around you in terms of like their skill and ability, it tends to a lets you focus on what you're google? And and this website is it sounds you know to buy this very new production. He have like three, hundred, sixty, five days ago that website look completely different and we put a lot of time into redesign it and making it more friendly more for conversion Cetera et. CETERA. One of the things we did not have was bio and and I'm I'm lazy man like. ME Rather. I don't like to put the star of energy and things some towns and I'm working on the air and the guy who works on my website very smart. God's got a lot of insight both both technically and socially you know put together a bio didn't give me guidance asset, right? How long would it be goes lungs you want it. So I got to writing and I said, well, what am I good at I? Think I'm GonNa Communication I think that's why in teaching spinning these stories, these words. So as it, what's the best way to describe my life because I become aware of light you gotta sound different you can't only your house right and I said Okay I always tell people and I I do I've lived A different experiences that that are so different that you don't hear. From them in the same person. And from each of those, you know with with the blessing, the realism blessing I have control over it and slut how my brain works out how I like to take lessons learned from beings and really. Sit In dive deep gets some afflictions of my life. That's where that came from the four lobs and related for major lessons that I've learned moving through them, and in really continues to give me a great advantage today I. Think makes me more label gives me a different different ways to enjoy 'em relate to the worth. Yeah. No there's a level of authenticity there and I think that's what stood out to me when I was. Again. Get I probably get thirty to fifty pitches a day for people to come on in your stood out because it does seem like there. I don't know what it is. I can't even articulate it, but there seems to be a level of. Authenticity around you you seem to be I don't know if you're intentional about it or not, but it seems you seem very authentic and I. I think you know. Someone actually asked me that last night and what I realized is that. In terms of the intention. Of versus not being intentional manufacturer versions spontaneous or whatever What what I think is occurring is that right I I don't have many natural talents. One of them is teaching I think I have a combination of the patients versus the ability to kind of reverse engineer not be struck on a carson knowledge etc autos things together make you agree teacher and communication and I understand that for me to be successful with what I want to do with how to be I can't ever let myself getting a position where who I am comes into question. Yeah. So that automatically. For moves strongly disincentivize is a false presentation. So. All that leaves us for me to be myself and and fortunately I've lived in such a way to myself is not a bad guy. He's not a dull guy. I understand that by being honest with moderns about everything I've gone through I can affect the bigger change it does no good if I tell a Guy You know don't drink alcohol for. Bad for you or something like that. It's a lot of course a lot more back in you know discuss my troubles to the point where you know so. The book about it many articles website about it. If there's a commercial angry I'm out of four, I need to be able to eat. into you to do this. But I'm lucky in that I don't have to put such emphasis on the commercial because the life itself is the work it's it's the art. Now like in many ways, I tell people in the art and artists not a businessman.

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Hackers are Targeting You on Social Media

Clark Howard Show

04:03 min | 7 months ago

Hackers are Targeting You on Social Media

"We got to talk about a big rip off alert. That is going to be something. That's part of our lives going forward, and you've got to know this and be prepared for this, so it got a lot of publicity just because. Of, who was involved, but the twitter hack? That happened in the last day. was so extreme in who is attacked a lot of people from show business the. Counter Joe Biden. Elon Musk, a ton of well known in Recognize People's accounts were hacked. For a single purpose and that was to rip people off in Crypto currencies. So? You gotTA. Know that hacking is just so much a part of our lives. In addition you may or may not have heard the other hacking story. That's gotten much less publicity. is about the what the Russians have done and the last week apparently. Engaging in extreme hacking. On US government sites and sites and other countries as well, and so we face. The problem that social media was never about truth. It was never about fact. Social media is about information. Information is different than truth fact. And so hackers. Know that people who. Frequent social media take what they see and believe it. That's why there are so many as that are spread. On social media. We're going to see a lot of that in a election year this year. What I want you to know? is outside of election politics. Most hacks are designed around. Either to hack into steal your money. Or Hack to kind you into giving somebody money. And, so please be very very aware. About how? Everything you do electronially. Is potentially a target. No matter how good. Your own desires and abilities might be to create a secure environment for yourself. In no matter how strong these organizations and websites work to try, to maintain security. Hackers do nothing. Twenty four, seven, three hundred sixty five days a year this year, three, sixty six, but try to break in. Steal. Or break in and con. So, please know that when you see what you see. There may be much less than what meets the eye. And staying aware of that. Is Key to protecting yourself. And I WANNA mention again about the CRYPTO currencies. CRYPTO currencies have become a key area for fraudsters to steal from you. Fraudsters to convince you that you're going to solve all your money. Troubles create enormous wealth. With, fake money. And that's just what it is. It is fake money. And know that it is not a stable thing. Some are legit, but not stable and others are just crooks. So, please be very wary and be aware and all that stuff voting around on social media about how you can dare to be rich in Crypto, currency. No, you're not the one who's GonNa get rich.

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Your city needs to stop these 2 things right now.

The Breakdown with Shaun King

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Your city needs to stop these 2 things right now.

"Right now. In the United States there is an eviction crisis and I'm not even talking about related to the corona virus. I'm talking about before the corona virus when it was alleged that we had a good healthy economy right now and this is I'm talking about right up. Until the corona virus. There were four evictions in this country for Evictions. Every minute all day. Twenty four hours a day every day. Three hundred sixty five days a year. That's over two million families every year at risk of losing their home. Two million evictions per year. Why is that? It's because housing prices are skyrocketing and they have been for years particularly in coastal cities. But not just that not just in San Francisco where rent is so high in the entire bay area of California really in almost all of California here in Brooklyn where I live but not just in Brooklyn in Austin Texas in so many other places. The rents and the housing costs and homeownership is getting so expensive. And here's what's happening. People can no longer afford to live in the places where they were born where they went to school where their whole families now live where their jobs are where their kids go to school so today. Housing is the biggest cost in the typical family's monthly budget and it's a bigger and bigger share of that monthly budget. Well as you could imagine. The Corona virus is making all of that worse people are getting laid off and I just read an article this morning that said fifty percent of all American jobs right now. Fifty percent of all American jobs are at risk. Do you understand that. Almost a hundred million jobs are at risk of being lost. People are already getting laid off of work. Restaurants are closing stores are closing. There is now less less shift. Work people are taking fewer. Uber's an Uber and lift was basically serving as like a band aid for the American economy. When you couldn't find a job you just become an uber driver. There is less Gig work. In general people are getting sick. Now all over this country Your kids are home. All of our kids are home right now because schools are closing down. Almost every college in the country has now shut down now. Elementary schools middle schools high schools. Childcare centers are shutting down which means so. Many people aren't being paid and you can't get paid. Guess what you can't afford the rent so what we need to happen right now and needs to happen. Today is for our elected leaders to completely ban evictions. No more evictions right now period. It has to happen because we need people to stay in their homes. That's what's good for those families but the truth is it's good for the entire country right now for us to not have homelessness. Homelessness is not only unsafe for the people who are not housed. It's unsafe in the age of the corona virus. It's unsafe for everybody. We are supposed to be quarantined in our houses to protect each other. The last thing we need is more families desperately out in the community searching for a new place to live because they've been victims or worse homeless. It's a public health nightmare. And that's how the corona virus spreads. We need to stop it. And here's the beautiful thing. Officials are starting to act so the city of Philadelphia has halted all evictions. San Francisco has halted all evictions. New York has banned evictions now. Statewide I it was the city of New York. Now what's the state of New York? Where does your city land? Where does your state land because we need this to be the policy all over the country and the second thing is even for the people who are able to maintain their homes? That are either able to pay the rent or are not being evicted. Even people who are able to stay in their homes. We have to ban as it's outrageous that we even have to say this. We have to ban the shut off of all utilities. I'm talking about water gas and electricity. We have to ban the shut off of electricity. People cannot families who now have all of their children at home cannot be without any of those things without heat without electricity with without the power that they need to be able to maintain just a basic safe daily life in their homes. Because here's the thing even when people are able to pay their rent? There's often not enough left over to cover. Utilities particularly now but water gas and electric are vital. You can't effectively live in this country without them and that's even more so now as people are. Lou are losing wages due to shutdowns and jobs loss. Here's the thing we need every local and state government to act right now to ban shutting off people's water because they can't pay the bill because they got laid off during the corona virus. Here's the thing whoever it is like if you've if your livelihood has been impacted right now. We don't need anybody's utilities being shut off if you can't pay your electricity bill because you've had to stay home with your kids when your kid's school got cancelled. Listen your electricity. Needs to stay on and and already again. We're seeing leaders lead in Pennsylvania statewide. They've announced that utilities will not be shut off in Detroit thankfully. They announced that they will not shut off water over people who cannot pay their bills. And that's book. That has been an infuriating crisis in Detroit and all over Michigan as the price of water has gone sky. High people are not able to to pay those water bills. And then just been cutting off people's water like how do you expect a family to live without water? The Saint Louis Mayor has just banned the shut off of water for ninety days so waters one thing but we need utility companies. We need mayors. City Councils Governor's state legislatures to say. Listen We are not shutting off utilities. And here's the thing. I don't even know that he can just be that. We don't shut them off but the bills continue to pile up and in sixty days or ninety days. If you haven't paid it it's shut off like we're GONNA and Americans are going to need support to pay those bills and and my frustration. Is that what we're learning? Is that the American economy was not built to withstand this type of crisis. We don't have universal health care. We don't have guaranteed housing. We don't have something like a universal basic income where everybody has a bare minimum of a thousand dollars. Two thousand dollars a month just to start with to live off of. And here's here's what we're saying. As people have been advocating for these types of policies for months and years and some leaders have been advocating for these policies literally for generations. Now we need them all of a sudden. What we're learning is that the United States really does not have a social safety net and as our country has spent billions even trillions of dollars on war and on incarceration investing trillions of dollars into those systems. What we're learning is that the most basic systems to protect people during a crisis like this healthcare utilities income unemployment insurance You know just basic policies family paid family and sick leave. We don't have them

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Breaking Down Super Tuesday's Results

Monocle 24: The Globalist

10:08 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Down Super Tuesday's Results

"Have Texas called in the last five minutes by the Associated Press Four Biden which was a slight surprise. I mean this was something where it was looking like a sanders victory up until a few days ago the polls were deadlocked and what happened is in the last three or four days Bernie Bernie Sanders Lost a lot of states that he was slated to win and Joe Biden consolidated a significant chunk of the Democratic Party. So is this a two-horse race? Yeah I mean I think the question is is it a one horse race There there is a possibility that Biden will create an insurmountable lead Going into next week Because one thing that's also very striking if you look at the results is that Biden performed everywhere except for the places that had high proportions of early voting in other words. Four people voted before south. Carolina's results were known and the narrative was that Biden's candidacy was flailing and Bernie was ascendant. So in in everywhere else Biden really over performed in a big way. The other thing that's very important to note is that Sanders argument throughout this campaign has been that. He brings new voters to the table new voters to the ballot box and that simply hasn't been shown by the data and in fact last night everywhere where turnout was up dramatically and it was up dramatically in some key states biden one big so for the narrative that we need a large coalition to beat. Donald Trump in November. The data is showing. That Biden is doing that and Bernie is not and if you're Bernie supporter. I can understand that it's something that's a difficult pill to swallow but it's what. The empirical evidence is showing through these Super Tuesday results. I mean because sound is slightly scary for some voters because of the socialist labeled but he's not really socialist in the sense that we would understand it. That's right I mean. I think the when you think about this from a UK perspective. There's a lot of Corbin. Comparisons Bernie is not Corbin. He's not nearly as far left as Jeremy. Corbyn but the US is not as far left as Britain. The US is right of Britain. And I think what's also crucial to keep in mind here is that the twenty twenty race is going to be decided by six. Maybe seven swing states. And when you look at which ones those are. You're talking Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Arizona. Florida Georgia those states have very little in common culturally. The one thing they have in common is that they're ideologically moderate and so when you look at places like I'm from Minnesota which trump lost by one and a half percent whether Bernie is socialist or not. That label is highly unpopular in the mid west. It's highly unpopular in places that are ideologically moderate. And so I think that you know Bernie was going to face. Some serious roadblocks to winning in November against trump with some of those label. Some of his comments from the past. That wouldn't have played well in the sort of you know bread and butter mid West Swing State voters who are ultimately centrists so Tuesday was going to belong to Bloomberg if we believed Bloomberg. That clearly isn't the case. Is he still in with a chance? And if he's not might he take those vast funds and place them behind some other candidate? Your answer great question. I think this is one of those things where you know for Democrats who have divided opinions on the candidates. I think the last night in America was a victory for Democracy with a small D. Because it showed that money can't buy elections. He spent a half a billion dollars. Five hundred million dollars and lost everywhere except for I think American Samoa. An overseas territory. So what Bloomberg is likely to do. I mean I've seen reports who knows what will happen by senior ports. He's going to reassess his candidacy tomorrow. if he's smart and his advisors are smart. He'll drop out Wednesday morning. Us Time and throw his billions of dollars behind whoever the Democratic nominee is and I think just to you a scale of how rich Michael Bloomberg is. I did the math on this if I gave you. Five thousand dollars a day every day. Three hundred sixty five days a year. I would have had to start doing that in thirty two. Thousand B C Twenty. Two thousand years before the woolly. Mammoth went extinct for you to have as much money as Michael Bloomberg today so he has a lot of cash and that cash is going to go very likely behind. Joe Biden's candidacy in the coming days and very much the sharp end of the Spear Against Donald Trump going into the general election. So before we get onto what I suspect is really very good news. Just a quick chat about the other candidates Elizabeth Warren and you'll see above who are still in the race. I mean seem not for much longer. Yeah I expect. Warren will probably drop out tomorrow. Tulsi Gabbard Should have dropped out months ago. Chelsea Gabbert has a constituency of exactly one person in that person's name has Tulsi Gabbard But you know Warren Warren I. I've been surprised by. She ran a formidable campaign. She's extremely smart and has done a great job in exciting of voters about her plans. So I would expect that there will be a push to get her endorsements For either Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden. I also think that the the Democratic nominee would be very wise to pledge to bring Elizabeth Warren at at a minimum as a core adviser for the campaign the administration And possibly as vice presidential candidate or a senior adviser in the I also I mean the piece that I'm writing for the Washington Post. This morning is going to call for Biden to come out with a vice presidential pick now and I think the reason for that is because the party is divided between the sanders farther left wing and the Biden more centrist moderate wing and binding could go a really long way if he announced somebody like Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris Stacey from somebody who fires up the Progressive Wing of the Party And and causes who are a little further left of bite into say you know what he understands us? He accepts that were part of the coalition to win and he's going to be running the candidacy that speaks to us. Not just to the moderates and of course the bottom line is who can beat trump. And you're of the opinion. That could be done. Yeah I mean I think this is something. Where were if you look at the swing states? That matter in November Biden is somewhat tailor-made for those states And there's been this narrative since two thousand sixteen because the political class so to speak was surprised by trump's victory that there's the secret sauce. That trump has that. He'll win no matter what but if you look at the polls. I mean most of the national polls have Biden up by eight points to nine points against trump and keep in mind. That trump was so worried about biden beating him that he able to get impeached over it. Dry trying to trying to damage Biden. And if you look at trump's tweets he is trying to say you know so. Division on behalf of Bernie saying the Democratic Establishment is trying to Rob Bernie Sanders supporters of their victory. Simply because he thinks that the way he wins either with Bernie candidacy over the divided party. Keep in mind that the the Democratic Establishment did not rob Bernie Sanders of the voters. The voters robbed Bernie Sanders the voters in this time because You know he he. Simply he lost the race You know ran I think fairly squarely one thing. That's very interesting to note going forward if Bernie decides to stay in the race. Even if next Tuesday's results are not favorable for him is that in two thousand sixteen when Bernie Sanders was trailing the delegate count. He said that it should matter. Only if you get a majority of delegates not a plurality he was going to fight to the convention and try to say though pick me as the nominee even if I don't have the most delegates this time around when he's had the most delegates when he's been the lead he said the exact opposite he said. If you have a plurality of delegates you should be the nominee will. We're headed for a scenario? After last night in which Joe Biden goes into convention potentially not with a majority but with a plurality and Bernie Sanders is on the records. Now saying that person should be the nominee so he may end up regretting Those words but it is. It is something that sets a precedent by which even if Biden does not get over the fifty percent threshold. That the rules say you have to. You could have his main opponent on camera many many times saying that effectively. If he's got the plurality he should be the nominee. I mean. A gamer of then Biden may yet beat trump. But we're assuming that this will be a fair fight and of course. There's nothing that you can see him about trump. We do not know how how badly he may try and ski this race. Yeah I mean this is why prognostication is a very dangerous game in In Two thousand twenty is that you have a lot of things that trump is going to be willing to do to break the rules. We we've seen that. I mean he was impeached because he tried to use US foreign policy and hundreds of millions of dollars to get a foreign government to investigate a political opponent in two thousand sixteen. Of course he called to jail his uplift his political opponent And and of course there's going to be the wildcards of Russian interference information more at CETERA. But there's also the wild card of the corona virus and how that's going to affect the race which causes some serious uncertainty forecasting months if not weeks into the future and we don't know how that's going to shake out but yes I mean I think if you're looking at places where trump is vulnerable and where he needs to win. Joe Biden is the candidate who is more like voters in those states than Bernie Sanders. I mean is something where you know in Minnesota where I'm from a neighboring Wisconsin. Both States Democrats need to win if they WanNa win and twenty twenty. Those states are not the ones calling for a socialist revolution outside of potentially progressive core in the urban centers. And what Biden did last night. Was He brought suburban voters to the polls and those people are the people who propelled the Democrats to the twenty eighteen victory in the house. So you know it's about building. A coalition of Progressives ideological moderates and even some Republicans who thank you know what trump is not a safe pair of hands to have when the country is facing a crisis like it is with corona virus. I think that might be the argument going forward. Brian. Thank you very much indeed. That's Brian Class in. Incidentally it's the first time I've seen him smile since two thousand and

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Josh Taylor Links Up With Ben Davison After McGuigan Split

TKO with Carl Frampton

14:04 min | 1 year ago

Josh Taylor Links Up With Ben Davison After McGuigan Split

"Take a call off. Imagine this week for Especially very pleased to welcome to the show. Just could thank you yet we give. Thanks for joining like price-fixing more this is about. We're not seeing you guys phones. Justin comes first because you've adds an amazing eighteen months class equation for. Why did you leave safe home? Promotion Day just. They actually going to do that yet. My first congratulations on amazing. Twelve months you sit in the unified. Wbrc F ring magazine Super Low in the world. I imagine that still a bit weird area sounds good for years. Since oh boy dreaming become chopping. Never for a minute margin that'd be unified in Ring Ring magazine a something. Just dreams of dreams come true but I never met for rain magazine. World champion the rocky. Bill uncle is just amazing. Everybody of Bell. It's just been like superstars of this book. You know not just from prison in Scotland Jo. Say is crazy. Yeah ever start. They're like you've added. Obviously. Don't concedes things that happened outside the ring of Split with Wiggins Cam but the show has to go on and oversee you have responsibilities multiple belt holder one of them being humanitary challenges and from the touristy strict on those you've been ordered by the bathroom ready to defend the thing so they was pressuring you regardless of of the split actually find a China but general new maneuver was WANNA go anywhere. How to for a long time and a new team? That was going to be leaving Shane. Mcguigan jus just was very unhappy. First choice was so an. We've come over one hundred weeks trial and a and Dubai enough. The second session was fluent. You know just can click new. Wanted to to go stray away but in a book and a week rather than other booth as well with what to do to make up their name. After about Bannon I come here. I just think in the spelt just jail. Because obviously trains Billie Joe Israel on La Custodial his speed and combination and food work. You know so. I thought it'd be a good match up and feel comfortable in annex eight further. She hopes I was glad. You Want Obama. Wilton it over the of the war you were going to go to Uber doing recession with with autumn trial as well. I just think that ban status John is more suited. Do not take anything away from on Burke's coach but a lot of failures have a certain standard yeah. I don't think you'd better. Yeah but I'm not no automatic coaches. Well it was. It was very good. I haven't been seeing similar things you need to do. A Walk Cohen again was sort of shoulder stale. And it just wasn't my style until you go rape a couple of teams a job and stuff fell real good but just two different from Aachen and style and billy Joel and South Pole and seeking combination fast punches with good feet walk so under the weakening going to stay in the second week. I'm going to train here. This is what I'm going to go. We'll Ben Weapons. Take out. Congratulations on this new partnership. Also want to say a big congratulations for the weekend. Because of course you're in the Corden last by that but I think anybody watching these knows anything about. Boxing understands the totally invaluable contribution that you made progress and twice in achieved on Saturday night and so low you for from us. Congratulations must be a great fien. Yeah of course you know tossing a fringe as well when Keep putting these right because it does simply bow down to that just because I'm not financially benefiting from a situation doesn't mean he's not my friend anymore. I've always the French. It was completely fake. And of course I wanted to win an annuity to do good number because fame to be able to do what he done. That tops fifty percent in the I knew it was gonna be. What are they now? He's going to be as dominant as that news going to dominate and get good win. We'll come on to that because I know you toss fury fantasy. We'll come into the fight. Second offer the show for those of you watching and listening. We don't often hear about the side of the train is experienced. When there's a split with the fights over they retire or whether you part ways Tyson. Speaking stay co about the void that was left when Belgium hung them up last year. And how that's been a big adjustment period for him over the last twelve months for you. Obviously we've talked for years and years and years but journey was so intense and so hands on and so committed from both of your sides that when that comes through in our magin takes a bit of adjusting for us. Well Yeah of course. She knows it was a twenty four seven job literally twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year so it took up a Omar. Tom The last couple of years and I was walking again. We believe in being contacted about the judge situation as well and it was. Actually that wasn't nice to part ways we talked and it was nice to have a little bit of towns myself over the Christmas period as well because for the last three years. Christmas is both days all of that of always been away so it was Nice Avenue bad time to myself as well call you know yourself. You're in a similar situation to Josh where he left the train. But you're the peak of your career. So uconn yeah. We see prospects changing coaches nearly stages of their careers trying to work out. What's best for them? But at this stage of your career when you're changing trainers there's very low margin for error because you're essentially going into big fight off the big fight. There's no easy ones from from this point and the stakes. Obviously a high they she if you particularly and I know you had the same when you left and found. Jamie more you have to fit that has to be has to be someone that you work well with and you agree with their methods and their approach to Faden and the approach they take to fight and training camps and everything else and even just as well so I had a few trainers in mind when I when I joined Jimmy Mira when I left the mcguigan. Sorry Jimmy was the first one that I want on. It just felt a real quick and someone. I didn't do the Josh John Was. He went to show morale's I really. I felt like a fitted in well not jim elect. Jimmy was saying and that was enough for me maybe another two or three guys and manned and everything's a lot of contacting a member of the thing that just just well Jimmy. You obviously need that time to Joe did you. Fought for the Horatio Garcia. I'll say the thing short camp and the approach gender did for a faith and I had six weeks and it wasn't like wasn't forced and the woman felt like the right decision for me to make but it was fast approaching my return defect and again. I knew I needed a coach as well so it was kind of half blood that he was the first guy. Because maybe if I'd have went with someone else with a short space of time I made a one of them because I was getting close. The approaching afraid of in my head. Peter has one solace was one because he was given. Hey and autumn booth was in my head as well as a potential trainer but gave me was the first one to. I'm glad that by the time he then had to build towards the thought. You need that nine months together to Joe was a pairing the two big Of You guys will have the same thing when you come to. Maybe that fight with Ramirez. If he's later this year were next year so in it in a sense. Who's this happened? On some of that you've been mandated for these fights. The ones that you want to have as your first one together. Because you don't really ben one walk into a fight with Joseph Ramirez after you know working with someone for for fourteen sixteen weeks yet your son degree but I feel like she's a similar character to us. Latino Arkansas of quickly understand what type of person he is emotionally how he's mentally and you can see in the build up to previous fought speak fuzzy's had how approaches those flights in that mine and stylistically. I understanding on the standard shrimps on the season. He's the level of far to where you can make adjustments. And of course you can improve them. I do believe even without those adjustments. He's good enough to beat Ramirez in my opinion. Okay but I mean the criticism that you had when you first came on the scene was always baseness your age and your relative inexperience coach and obviously ninety nine percent of thousands. Of course after that I say while to fight for you was the way the Ben led the corner that night and the call. Mri showed on the the highest lakes possible. Was that one of the things that made you think he could guide meter in these big before. It was so a clips trained Tyson. An over the belly. Joe's will stay there. Were walking on the combinations of movement head movement and the speed and the feet were really similar that we can boxing can train. You know. So he's going to move up. Can I WANNA go with an officer? The Way Komo boat and then you hear his vase in the corner breaks the FE and just this knowledge of this book is broken these on the twenty seven. Yeah SMARTS WAY I. How actually apologized when he billy Joel was an was fighting. Someone in eastern. And you're in the corner and it was the first real appearance from you. Remember thinking it was a bad reform from billy Joel but remember thinking urgency in the corner but enhance sake. We nine Billie Joe wasn't fed and there was no word because every fucking if you'd have been too on top on the corner of Blue Gosden. Yeah you may have lost a fake. I have apologize for for what would be joe quite a few years before that and new obviously spend that training camp with him along with Jimmy Tibbs couple of weeks before five ways we Jimmy and I knew what was in the tank and I knew that we had to efficient in getting around management was very in Poland. Now what might be Joe take some out take and I know what doesn't so I knew when to push him on because the bill judge J fogg told him you'll stay around he was gonNA thank you ever to win the next round. We couldn't afford to do that. She was just about around. I think people always associate age of experience but I was lucky enough to spend time around people Jimmy Tubes and very knowledgeable guys which I gained a hell of a lot from a non round management. They something picks up from Jimmy tibbs unquote. That's the best about will the faces a new face on the managing high profile fights is that had it been Jimmy Tibbs in the corner. People would've assumed they obviously there's something going on with because it's you the first people reach for is does this guy know is doing and they look at your age and then say that's the about faces of training. I would like to think the performances in the corner over the last couple of years of giving people realize the what you're about the same as forty one performance and people jump on until fully. Understand that it's the same for everybody and anybody in high high profile situation. There's going to be downstairs. This'll your options for this year. And so this apponaug on some who's been mandated by the whole hangs told me there's there's no much online a couple of eight and it's only a few Ranjha so it does vary toll but it looks like he punched his heart but very wailed in so it raw keith. My on the ball. Nothing I don't think I can handle and I'm sure we'll get him and it's GonNa be if Shedu lineup is going to potentially a week or two before Pasta and Ramirez do you think about what's Outgo. Yeah it'd be for going and build for Boeing and I am to life and then pick up tips and hopefully put myself a fight after the end result and get myself a fight for their unification of the belts. It's good to be there as well as trying to make and just to be present. Boca players and people started talking about the more that Josh and say. I don't even know manufacturer with Sixteen Sixteen years. He's been completely undisputed author. Maybe a teen fakes. Yeah on real. It will take a little bit affirm- playing out. Because they're oversee mandate she's on both sides. Wbz will be cool next the winner of Possum Ramirez the WBO. I think we'll be called. Tau Closest amount in your Camp Castro. 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A record-breaking year for ocean temperatures

Climate Cast

11:35 min | 1 year ago

A record-breaking year for ocean temperatures

"So this happened last week. We learned Earth's oceans. Were the warmest ever recorded in two thousand nineteen and the scientists found. The past. Ten years are are also the warmest on record that paper in the Journal Advances in atmospheric sciences included a Minnesota scientists. It's University of Saint Thomas Scientists. John John Abraham is part of the team that includes some names. Climate watchers will know Michael Man from Penn State Kevin Trenberth from the National Center for Atmospheric Research. So what does this mean for earth's atmosphere and for us here in landlocked Minnesota. We're fortunate to have study co-authored jumped Abraham here this morning to talk about that. Hi John Hey pleasure to be here Paul. And we're also thrilled to have Georgia tech climate scientists. Dr Kim Cobb here this morning. Her work includes going deep into our Russians analyzing corals deep sea sediments and cave stalagmites. Sounds Fun while come back. Kim thanks for having me and we want to hear from you This morning do you have questions about our oceans record-breaking warmth or maybe you're a Minnesotan who plans to travel back to a favourite seaside escaped this winter. What have you seen in the Russian where you visit? Give us a call and talk to these two great climate scientists six five one two two seven six thousand or toll free at eight hundred two four two two eight two eight John. Let's start with your recent study. What did you find out about earth? Oceans Will Paul in a nutshell. We found that the earth is warming alarming and it really matters So when we want to know how fast the climate's warming what we need to do is measure the amount of heat in in the Earth's climate now fortunately As the earth warms because of human heat trapping gases most of that heat ends up in the oceans in fact over ninety percent of it. So if you want to know how fast the earth is warming you've gotta measure the oceans what I like to say is global warming is ocean warming and my research team keeps track of ocean temperatures and ocean heat and we report those results each year and we found that the year two thousand nineteen set a record that record had previously been set in two thousand eighteen which by the way broke the record from two thousand seventeen so I'm sounding like a broken record but the oceans are warming their warming extremely rapidly. And what we need to know here in Minnesota as it has consequences even here though we're far away from the ocean and you had an interesting sort of nuclear clear comparison of just how much heat energy is going into the oceans. Tell us about that. Yeah that's right so the fancy term that we use to to tell people how fast the oceans oceans warming is a Zeta jewel. Now you haven't heard that in a long time if you can pull that out of a cocktail party tonight you extra bonus points but a jewel is a unit of energy. I'm not talking about a jewel on a you know jewelry or a ring or hearings but a jewel is a unit of Energy Zeta. Jewel is a one with twenty one zeros. After it I mean these are huge huge numbers so the earth warmed. Twenty eight Zeta Zeta jewels or about twenty-five Zeta Jill's last year. And I. How do you wrap your head around that? And it's crazy crazy number so I related it to the the energy released by hero Shema atomic bombs and it turns out we are heating the ocean at the rate of five Herro Shema bombs uh-huh per second per second day and night three hundred sixty five days a year so I just helps put into context the scale L.. What's happening to our Oceans Kim? As John mentioned we know that more than ninety percent of earth warming is being absorbed by the oceans. How does that extra heat impact the atmosphere and weather systems? Well it's definitely going to be the dog that wagging tail there so obviously the there's temperature globally as John said is really set by the oceans and that goes to the atmosphere as well and so we're the ocean goes the atmosphere it goes and so that is warming up the atmosphere and that causes the atmosphere to hold more water vapor which leads to one of the impacts that that we know is being caused by rising greenhouse gases which is more extreme episodes precipitation as one example of how how disconnection between the ocean and the atmosphere? And where we live is tightly linked and Kim looking at Johns recent paper here in this work. How does that dovetail with the work? You've been undoing for so many years on oceans and climate. Well definitely very closely related. So what I do is recover Corals that are growing growing in the surface ocean from data poor regions and so they make those estimates of ocean heat content from instruments like thermometers and put their monitors through the surface ocean to determine that heat content but actually if he wanted to play the current Global warming in the context text the last centuries you have to go to our guys that can push those estimates back with geological records like corals and so looking at the call records Over the last millennium which is one of my specialties from regions where we have very few instrumental records. You can clearly see that these last several centuries ah of warming this last several decades of warming. stand out like a sore thumb against the background of natural variability at these sites over the last several centuries and so that's again that kind of information that we used understand just how unusual and rapid these recent changes. It has been. Yeah so both of you. I'm hearing it's all tied together. The oceans the atmosphere. We know that. And we're still learning a lot about precisely how that works John. Is it fair to say because I'm curious about this that our ocean's ability to absorb heat may be one reason that our atmospheric warming so far has been limited to ron one degree Celsius globally. Yeah that's exactly right Paul. The Oceans Denison incredible favor by gathering this heat. And it's time now. The oceans haven't solved the problem with climate change. The only thing that's going to solve that problem is if we very quickly Reduce our missions to near zero But nevertheless the the oceans have bought US time you know. Climate scientists have been talking about climate change for a long time in fact if I were to ask people win win. The concepts concepts of global warming and understanding was set. They would be surprised that was actually in the eighteen hundreds. I mean this isn't rocket science. This is an Internet age. This is stuff that we've known for a long long long time and unfortunately we've done very little about it in the longer we delay the the harder it's going to be to take action so the oceans have done us an incredible edible favor but let's not Rely on them forever. Because as Kim mentioned that he comes out of the ocean and it drives weather the atmosphere. There is more humid now than it was before. And that is the juice that power see storms and it makes our weather more extreme. It makes things it makes weather either. Go from one extreme to the other more rapidly in Minnesota. What what are we experiencing what we know we because we can see it as we look out the window? But we're experiencing more dramatic swings in temperature more dramatic swings in precipitation. So you might get really heavy down bursts of rain with flooding. But then you might go to a hot dry period. Did and go to droughts here going from one extreme to the other and that has incredible implications for society and you know as these oceans warm. Can it reach a limit on being a heat sink. I'm curious then. What happens to the atmosphere? Could we see a more rapid atmospheric warming when the ocean sort of hit their limit. John can you jump in on that real quick. I can't and it's almost like you are a member of my research team and I have you been spying on me. I should be so fortunate. So wh WHOA. The one of the important things at the ocean is able to bring heat from the surface water down to the deeper depths and we liked that because it it pulls heat away from the atmosphere and there are parts of the globe where ocean waters will fall from the surface down to the bottom of their other parts of the globe or a waters waters will rise. What we want to know is will that process continue And will we get to a situation where there's a stratification nation that means the layers are more or less constant we experiences in Minnesota. We have Kim. You may not know this. We're called the land of ten thousand lakes but I've heard we have something like seventeen. Thousands of MINNESOTANS really understand water inversions in water temperatures in lakes and that happens in the ocean and if that stratification Asian changes if the ability of the ocean to bring heat down changes then we could be inferred even wilder ride and the reason why I mentioned our research. Is We actually have a paper submitted on that topic Kim you mentioned corals you study those where are we at with coral bleaching and death in Earth's oceans today and where are we headed current trends. Continue well certainly. We've seen a really sobering last several years with year on year bleaching across the great eight bear reef But the record for the extent of Global Bleaching and mortality in the corals is really remains twenty sixteen which which is currently by the way still holds the number one place for global temperatures on record Only second only well of course. Twenty nineteen is second only to twenty sixteen in that in that statistic so for corals we've seen real decimation of some sites that may never be the same Besides like my research site in the middle of the Pacific Ocean which was devastated by that? Twenty Sixteen El Nino event compounded by The the ocean warming that we've been talking about and of course going forward Projections show that we're going to lose. Maybe the vast majority of current Ryan Tropical Reef perhaps as early as twenty fifty if we do not take aggressive action to curb emissions immediately. And so you hear a a lot of News coming out every year in the Great Barrier Reef researchers studying the follow on impacts of these massive coral bleaching and mortality than. I'm hitting things like the ability of coral larvae to settle and be successful after these successive events Really understanding that. It's not just the one hit that they take it's really The beginning of the ecosystem collapsing on itself and a number of horrible feedbacks taking place and and so That's something that I think. People don't understand is as well as they need to in the sense that corals are not just Pretty place to die which is where most of us fell in love with these things but they really provide a huge range of ecosystem services that are incredibly valuable to us as a planet including supporting Global fisheries providing protein for a billion people Even in so far as drug discovery for some of our most advanced drugs today so again Really horrifying news from the frontlines of ocean warming with very vulnerable ecosystems. Nicole's

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Start Slower: Apply a Negative Split Strategy

Daily Sales Tips

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Start Slower: Apply a Negative Split Strategy

"To Strada who has a ton of athletes fleet data including a lot of my own January nineteenth is quitters day. That's the day that the largest number of people break their New Year's resolutions tient nineteen days. Last I checked a year is three hundred sixty five days long then. Twenty twenty is actually three hundred sixty six days long because this is a leap year. This reminds me a lot of some really bad races. I've run I started out way too fast and totally flamed out. The whole rest of the race ended up being one. Big Struggle. Seems like the same things going on here and I've certainly been guilty of this. Whether it's been the start of a new year or starting out in a new role I've busted out sprinting at an unsustainable pace the solution to all this is another racing strategy called the negative split Wikipedia. GPA describes the negative split as a racing strategy that involves completing the second half of a race faster than the first half it's defined by the intentional Setting of a slower initial pace followed by a gradual or sudden increase of speed towards the end of the race. Same article suggests that the advantages check this strategy are that it helps build discipline subverting. The natural instinct to begin running as fast as possible. Progressively increasing speed in any race allows the runner to focus on passing each person running directly ahead in every race. That I've personally done well in and felt good about. This is why it went well. I started out conservatively and was able to continually build speed and momentum throughout and with any luck still had enough for a solid sprint sprint. The finish so think about how this might apply to your year. I don't remember if I've talked about this publicly or not. But most of what I do can be better here. Described as habits setting rather than goal setting. I know that if I'm consistent in my habits and core activities that the resulting goals become more or less automatic the key is consistency. It's pointless setting up activity goals. That are only sustainable for a short period of time instead instead I personally think it makes more sense to start at a pace that slower than what you know. You can maintain than slowly incrementally Kelly and methodically continued to build and build until you are just a monster of execution. I believe this is a far more sustainable Strategy that will keep you from giving up on your new personal strategy after just nineteen days and instead put you on track to keep it going for one hundred ninety ninety days and beyond and not. Just keep it going but continuing to build building your endurance your stamina your confidence and if you do all that it's almost impossible missile to not achieve the results you desire. Maybe you've already fallen off yourself. Happens to all of us. Don't feel like you're done for the rest of the year and give up that's nuts. January first is totally artificial. Look at your own planned actions and do a reset or maybe you're still on track but you know you're on a collision course with burnout or another issue. Reevaluate those goals and give some thought to potentially backing off a bit for now and giving yourself some room to grow. There's just something psychologically gratifying about achieving consistently at ever increasing rates it builds a ton of confidence which becomes a powerful positive feedback. Loop that keeps you going instead of putting yourself in a position where after just just a couple of weeks you feel like a failure and feel like you've messed up yet again which is a downward negative spiral that you definitely don't want to associate with

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New Year's Resolutions vs. Goals

Pep Talks

08:11 min | 1 year ago

New Year's Resolutions vs. Goals

"Will admit admit. I'm not a huge fan of New Year's resolutions. I'm all for us being the healthiest version of ourselves and all about setting goals for ourselves and and thinking about the new year. As kind of a clean slate as Gretchen Rubin refers to it as in what that means is just. It's something something new right. It's it's kind of starting fresh. We've closed out twenty nineteen and now we've entered twenty twenty and it can feel like a new slate an opportunity opportunity to start afresh so to speak and I'm all for that. I think that's wonderful. I just think with New Year's resolutions frequently what happens. Is there a bit lofty and people can feel overwhelmed by them and their intentions are good. However often times times they struggle to follow through and I also think there's a lot of pressure being placed on one day out of the year? January first is the day when somebody he is going to start completely transforming their life and I just think that that can be a lot of pressure for one day. I think it's great to again to have those goals goals and to recognize what you'd like to do differently and I'm a huge fan that when you have that realization and just start making those changes. Don't wait for a specific day. Just I do it nonetheless. I recognize that at the start of a new year. It's a great time to think about the next three hundred sixty five days ace and think about what you would like to be different. How would you like this year to look differently than last year? So I'm I'm all for making some goals in your life and I would encourage you to sit down and think about. How would you like twenty twenty twenty two look and I really would like for you to take a moment to do this? Not just have it be something that's in your head but actually sitting down and and taking a few minutes to think about. What do you want in twenty twenty? I think it's really easy for us to to go through life mindlessly. Three the little treadmill of life where we get up and we go to work or we take care of the kids and then we come home and we go to bed and we do it all over again and we really lose sight of being vested in our in our lives and being really present in our lives and choosing what we want our lives to look like and I think this would be a Gr- I think there's something magical about twenty twenty it just. I think it's a magical to the number for right. It's going to be a magical year for people and I really want for you to be mindful and to be intentional as you go into this New Year here again. I don't want to put too much pressure on it. I don't want this to to become overwhelming but thinking about it for a moment and like I said sitting down and making awesome notes and saying okay what what do I want to be different in twenty twenty and for example I've heard people say I WANNA be healthier here. That's wonderful although from my perspective it's vague while also being too broad at the same. MM time healthy. My Gosh that could mean all sorts of things right. So what does it mean to be. Healthy is. Eating healthier is Being physically active. Is it getting involved in your community. Is it connecting spiritually. What does it mean to be healthy? So it's breaking that down into something smaller so maybe it would be. I want to eat healthier will again very very broad. What does that mean and vague at the same time? What does that mean to eat healthier? Are you wanting to consume more green vegetables. Do you want to remove dairy. Do you want to remove gluten. What does that look like for you and really think about breaking it into very small steps and pieces taking making changes in our lives particularly if we're really seeking to grow and heal? It's hard work number for one. I mean I say to my clients all the time. The work that they do in my office is the hardest work that they will ever do because the really working on healing as an individual. Well they're not putting a band aid on something they're really seeking to get to the roots of the issues so that they overcome them and they're that they're able to be the healthiest version of themselves. So if you want for twenty twenty to be different what what are those. What are those goals? And then what are the steps going to be to attain those goals so going back. I'm using the nutrition. You all know that I'm nutritionist. Huge to me it's foundational for held. Also I'm GONNA use that. One is the example. If I have someone say I want to eat healthier then I'm going to break that into something smaller and say okay do you are you wanting to. Let's it's. Let's say remove soda from their Diet. So maybe we start with that I that for even maybe for a month. They are replacing one soda soda with one water and then gradually they increase replacing. Two Sodas with two waters in a day and just taking those small steps stops until they're not drinking soda any longer or it could be wanting to remove gluten from their diet and it would start with as they run out of gluten containing foods in their home. They start replacing those foods when they go to the grocery with non including items and then maybe it is they're wanting to consume more greens. So it might be just adding some some Greens to one meal a day and it might be in their in their Their meat eater. Let's say in there preparing their evening dinners. They just add shredded charred to whatever it is that they're preparing I love adding tons of Greens to everything you can especially like if you're making Taco mead or you're making spaghetti meat or stews or Meatloaf you can just shred those Greens in the food processor. Assessor and just add them to whatever it is you're making and they just take on the flavor of whatever you're making so I'm all about all about adding those Greens to everything but maybe it would just be then we start with that and we start adding Greens to one meal a day. Every step forward is a step forward and when we when we start off the new year and we say okay. I'm GonNa you know. I'm going to start eating Paleo and I'm going to start working out five days a week and it's somebody who's been eating McDonalds you know for several meals a week and hasn't worked out ever in their life. They're probably not going to attain that on January first so we need to start with smaller stops and work up to it. I encourage you to think about twenty twenty and think about even it may even if we go beyond behavioral when we think about like physical activity ear nutrition. But think about it with regards to your character who you WanNa be. Who is it that you are striving to be are you somebody who doesn't are you working to be someone who doesn't personalized things that are said to you are you? Are you wanting to be somebody who who is more patient with other individuals. Are you wanting to be more generous with your time with your with your finances even thinking thinking about it from the perspective of who you are and who you WanNa be is another way to think about your goals for twenty twenty.

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2019 in Film: A Critical Disappointment?

The Big Picture

04:10 min | 1 year ago

2019 in Film: A Critical Disappointment?

"Are you've upset about the movies. Twenty and nineteen or did you feel inspired by what we saw on the big screen. It was it was amazing. It changed my life. No now is the time of year where you start asking that that question I think on balance the urine. It certainly got better than it was when Sean did this at the halfway point I don't know if you remember that Sean we were Kinda finally this year Could could stand to improve and they did yeah. I thought it was pretty scary bad year through six months even though there was some films that I really liked Chris what about you. Are you feeling about the where we ended up in two thousand nineteen. I think it's a pretty good year. I don't think I can't claim to have seen as much of the great stuff that's coming in the next six weeks as the other panelists Europe. But I've enjoyed by self at the movies this year The big thing that I thought was really interesting is that the theme seems to be the thing that we often talk about on. The big picture is like how they don't don't make them like they used to how they don't make these kinds of adult dramas or like interesting genre movies and it seems like we had an abundance of those this year but we kind of realized that sometimes times those movies are just okay and that was pretty interesting. I thought wow. So what do you want to throw dirt on right now no no. It's nothing in particular as much as like like a movie like dark water which I haven't even seen but seems to be being met with like solid job and it's like that's how we regretted those movies in the nineteen nineties to Pelican. Brief came came out. We were like way to go. Nice one good movie but it's not like a game changing life changing experience. Amanda what about you. Are you feeling having traversed three hundred sixty five days of Shawa thing about me is that I love movies. Yes yes we know. Yeah I I would agree with you and Adam that the first six months and even venture to say the first nine months were pretty tough in there there were highlights and I think even two of my top five movies from pre-september which is pretty good but you know we. We effectively have like good movie season and it starts with the festivals in September and it goes through the end of the year and that has been like pretty joyful for me because it is fun to go and see these movies that you anticipate and you're like Oh. This is really good or hard. This is this is solid and there is more attention on them and people are actually talking about them. We've kind of in the same way that Disney and that made her studios have event ties the movie going process. I do feel like we have all event. Is the good movie season. Yeah I feel like that was changing changing a little bit in the last five years but for some reason everything feels very backloaded this year. And there's been a lot of conversation and I think a lot of the movies that we'll talk about here most of which are available to people. There's not a ton of have stuff. We'll be identifying. You can't see right now Avatar to Avatar to just missed semi the link with Jim Cameron alone in a room for nine hours and we watched the first cut together and Look pretty good. I would say that this was a year. That's top-heavy because that that was one thing I noticed when I was kind of going through a mandate the five at the top because I was going to do a bit. Were my top five. We're going to be minus the five. That are obviously the best to me. It was gonna be like kind of the next grouping but I found that there's a really significant drop off to the point where where I would have a hard time with a straight face saying like yeah like long shot that that deserves to be like in the conversation here. I'd like to pitch it to Adam because adamant I did a top ten list. The Ringer Dot Com and we did some negotiation back and forth but there was a kind of presumptive four or five movies that we felt like we couldn't avoid fair to say Adam. Yeah I think it's fair to say You know so much speaks overlap of taste. And sometimes it's Kinda just recognizing in a given year that between critical consensus and what people people are talking about. What's inspiring interesting? Writing their movies and that last category I think is important is also the time of year the best. Some of the best film writing happens because you have movies that have the the the capacity to invite that. But yeah you and I were pretty solid on about half and I thought that it was also interesting when we did this thing at the the halfway point year. I've Kinda stubbornly held onto two to one or two those movies but I didn't respond with Chris was saying I'm not having the same kind of hard time time filling out a top ten or fifteen that I was worried that I worried that I might. I was telling friends back in May or June. This was the worst year of going to the movies I've ever had and that's that's changed.

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#41 - How To Make Learning More Effective

Leadership Biz Café

10:38 min | 1 year ago

#41 - How To Make Learning More Effective

"So Aaron shared with me how he took one hundred of their top. GM's for a two day Leadership Development Summit that address topics topics and issues that were of interest to his team. They also have several Ellen de portals where they offered articles videos podcasts which Aaron told me also includes this one to supplement the training session the challenges having now though is how to make sure these new insights are applied and not lost when in these leaders returned to the hectic pace of their everyday work and more importantly. How can you keep them engaged in wanting to learn even more when Aaron aren't asked me this question. I asked if I could share his story because it's a question I've been asked many times over the years when giving keynotes corporate trainings in fact it's one of the reasons one of my leadership keynotes deals with how leaders can shift from simply training employees to creating a continuous learning environment in their workplace so I know there's as many of you out there who are also dealing with this issue as well so what I'd like to do is share with you. Some simple steps that you can take right now that will help make the new the skills and insights. You learn stick to start off. Let me give you a little context to help frame these steps in their book made to stick chip and Dan Heath present. This idea that a sticky idea is something that's understood. It's remembered and it changes something now while their book was about how how to make what you communicate stick with your audience. I think we can all agree that when we learn new skills or insights we wanted to be something that's understood that that we remember it and that it ends up changing the way we work continuing with chip and Dan's book they describe how they are six principles behind what makes an idea sticky eighty and these six principles are simplicity unexpectedness concreteness credibility emotions and stories now while they say you don't necessarily need all six principals to make your message stick. I want to offer you three steps. You can take that will employ the six principles again if we go back to the problem. Erin shared one which other leaders have also asked me about the challenge we face when it comes comes to training or going to a conference to learn new insights to improve the way we lead is why were there we could see the value of these approaches but but soon after we returned to our workplaces these new insights often fade away as we return to the routines of our day to day work lies so the first step you need take is one that. I often get my audiences to do at the end of my talks and that is to identify one simple change. You'll make based on what what you've just learned now. This one thing you choose has to contain two characteristics. I it has to be something. You can start doing now. With these this and second it has to be something that's personally meaningful. The reason stems from the work of two different researchers Stafford behavioral scientists scientists. BJ Fog who found that the key to changing behavior is taking small steps and Harvard Professor Teresa Mobley who was the second guest to appear on on this podcast who found in her research that making progress on personally meaningful goals leads to enduring success and happiness on the job in other words. You want to focus on applying a new behavior or skill. You've learned on something that matters to you you so that this becomes something that you don't have to do but it's something you want to do and this that lines up with the sticky principle support of simplicity as we're focusing on one specific thing that we can do right now that will improve our work in personally meaningful fashion this also ties into the emotion principle because as chip and Dan right this sticky principle is driven by answering the question of what's in it for me me which you've already answered by this exercise of picking that one simple change you want to make thanks to what you've learned so now that you have this one simple behavior or skill in mine the obvious question becomes. How do you make sure you apply it every day. Well that's the next step and for for this. We're going to use the example of very successful person and one of my favorite comedians Jerry Seinfeld well. Let's start the insanity now. It doesn't matter whether you like it or not as this has nothing to do with his sense of humor but more to do with what he's identified as being the key to his success comedian Brad Isaac Isic once as Seinfeld for tips on what he could do to improve his success at comedy and Seinfeld told him that what he needed to do was to commit to writing every everyday because writing jokes every day would help him hone his craft. Now what's the Real Jim in the story is what Seinfeld told Isaac as being how he pushes himself to write every day especially when he doesn't want to basically what Seinfeld does is. He gets a wall calendar that shows every every day of the year and every day that he writes he puts a red X. in the box for that day once he's done that for a couple of days he's created a chain of XS on this calendar and as Seinfeld told Isaac you like seeing that chain especially when you get a few weeks under your belt. Your only job is to not break the chain now the reason why this is a great strategy for anyone to us is because it embraces braces something that I'm sure you've all heard and read about gamification as Seinfeld says himself he transformed the task of writing into would game where his only job is to not break the chain now. You don't need to get a three hundred sixty five day wall counter for your office us but what you need to do is get a notebook that you use a journal to just write a quick note of what you did to practice this new behavior or skill the reason why is because you need to be able to visually see this chain growing which is critical for this to work because this allows allows you to shift from focusing on how well you apply this new behavior or skill on a given day to the process of applying it regularly elite and consistently towards making it a habit going back to the principles of making things stick you can see that this step ties into the principle of of concrete nece as you can see visually for yourself how you've applied this new behavior or skill on a given day and also links to the principle of credibility because as you re back how you apply this new behavior or skill and not qualifying how good are bad you were at it you can. I can see how this new behavior or skill can be used successfully everyday and hopefully also noticing some positive benefits growing along on with and this leads to my last step that will help make those new behaviors and skills you've learned stick and this one revolves around one of the points. I share my keynote talk on how the shift from training people to continuously improving talent and that is you need to treat learning as shared experience now to help illustrate rate the value of this step. I WANNA share a story about one of the leaders. I wrote about in my book Leadership Vertigo. Billy Taylor was the plant manager for the Goodyear Vale Plant. When he joined the plant? It was one of the most poorly performing appliances goodyear and was at risk of being closed within two. Oh Years Taylor transformed it into one of the top performing manufacturing plants a good year and was promoted to an executive role at goodyear while there are many things Taylor did to achieve this outcome. There's one I wanNA share in the context of making our learning stick and that is how he put up information boards throughout the plant that identified which manufacturing team was working on a given product line and the level of output. They were creating now the reason he did this was was not simply to hold the different production teams accountable for their productivity but so that's different teams could learn from one another about what they were doing to improve their performance performance. In fact Taylor facilitated this cross learning between teams by putting up other boards throughout the plant that showcase projects is employs initiated improve the plants productivity and cost effectiveness as a result of the lessons. They learned from one another working on the plant floor. Now remember remember that the first step I told you about was to pick that one behavior or skill that you've learned that you WanNa make stick because you not only know no you can make this a part of your leadership tool kit but also because you know it's going to have a meaningful impact on how you perform your job well well. The wonderful thing of identifying this at the start of this process is that it allows you to not only attain some early wins but you also now have something something of value to share with other leaders in your organization in terms of how they can apply this behavior or skill to improve their leadership and conversely when when they share with you how they apply other behaviors and skills to the way they lead you gain better insights on how you yourself can apply these other behaviors and skills to continue learning and growing the key point. I want you to take note of is that learning can't exist in a vacuum or silo but as I pointed out in the first step it needs to be connected both to why you do what you do and how you go about getting things done in your everyday the day work and again going back to chip and Dan's principles of stickiness we can see how this step clearly ties into that principle of stories in how we're sharing sharing our stories our experiences with learning to improve ourselves but it also ties into the principle of unexpectedness because in en- sharing your lessons learned you stand to gain both new insights into how to build on what you're currently doing as well as where you can start next in that process of applying applying what you've learned

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Former Michigan wide receiver Braylon Edwards with the guest and he a show earlier this week and had this to say when he asked about the notion that Michigan was falling behind Ohio state of the football program falling Phil is passed it will light years behind a house they right now my biggest concern is done being on this is I know the the pressure and I know the specs and I know the risks what I'm really looking for I know the if this and they put on that mission. three hundred sixty five days a year they are breeding living hating became the say our name you can fill in on that I you can almost smell the hate when you play against them now from our point I remember interviewing Jim Harbaugh's codes are what two years ago and he said we approach it like any other game. and I look let Brady Hoke I yes says something similar so that's not the way you approach the game and I know it's cliche is say well you know you you approach every every team like to approach any other thing as be by you post and he is definitely we got to start approaching a game from the standpoint that date. buyer cell that Michigan will finally be how state this year Jim Harbaugh its fifth attempt. so. I believe last year I thought it was the year for Michigan. and I have. three of my friends to them went to Michigan. one went to Ohio state and I joined the Michigan side of the debate on this because the highest state fan he's kind of a sports fan he pretends he's a bigger sports fan any actually is compared to the other two and I've known the other two longer and this one friend in particular that bridge for highs state I get under his skin very easily and I control him very easily so that probably took a big factor in me taking Michigan in this side of the debate but since I was all in on them last year I thought it was the year Michigan they look like they were going to be able to get it done and they did it I can't buy Jim Harbaugh in the big game and believe in him until he gets it done so could happen this year am I going to bet on it nope won't do it after getting burned last year. this year's team USA basketball team with the **** of jokes as they finished and just seventh place in the FIBA World Cup many of the dominant all stars that typically participate in international competitions did not play leaving a roster led by Donovan Mitchell Kemba Walker.

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How Do I Learn to Say No?

The $100 MBA Show

01:24 min | 1 year ago

How Do I Learn to Say No?

"Today's question is from Raj and Rosh says yes. I constantly feel overwhelmed and I'm not getting enough things done because I don't know how to say no to others. I know this is wrong long and a poor way to manage what's on my plate. The how do I get out of the habit of saying yes great question. Raj and I have some really good advice for you today day and some really good resources. You should check out. This is a very common challenge for people especially those who are getting started in business or in their professional life because for very long time you are excited for opportunity and when you have opportunities in front of you people are asking need to do things take on work. Take on tasks. You're just not in the habit of saying. No you just want to say yes because hey the great opportunities but here's here's the reality you only have twenty hours in the day. You'll have three hundred sixty five days in the year and whether you know it or not every time you're saying yes this something. You're you're seeing no vice. Say Yes to having lunch with somebody tomorrow. I am saying no to having lunch on my own or doing something else. During that time that time is take it so in today's lesson. We're GONNA talk about how to prioritize how to essential is. They'll talk about Greg McEwen's work in a moment so we learn to say no one we need

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"Three hundred sixty five days being sold out. If you put both on sale dates together. They still sold out in under an hour for both shows unearned our twenty thousand tickets were sold. I believe I think this is another ten thousand seat arena. But that was that that was the big announcement. It was how to get tickets. And I was watching this press conference. And I thought they did some good. And I thought they did some bad people are looking at e w as a competitor WWE again. I don't quite see there yet WWE Disney, you You know, know. WWE is a billion dollar media conglomerate company, not just a wrestling company. But AWS a ton of money being put into it. I know the whole story eh remains to be seen. I think a lot of questions will be answered when we start to talk about what they have in terms of television exposure eyeballs things like that that's going to count and consistency. Is this up promotion that puts on shows every now and then and people get excited, and they buy a bunch of tickets, or is this a promotion that's going to be able to do this consistently for years to come. That also remains to be seen. I think for AWB's successful. They need to be different. But not different for the sake of rubbing it in the face of WWE, fern instance, I liked at this press conference that they didn't have fireworks. I think that they overdid it at the last press conference, and it really made it seem. I'm like this is more about WWE than it is about a e w if felt like all the fireworks going off. We're just their way of saying we have fireworks WWE doesn't use fireworks anymore. They're too expensive for WWE not too expensive for us like, and it's it's anything that makes you think of WWE, I believe is wrong. Fray e w right now, eighty w I think needs to be outside of the box. It needs to not feel like pro wrestling. There. And there was pro wrestling e stuff going on at this press conference to things that I thought were annoying where. The video of POC and these are little details..

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It's a three hundred sixty five day year operation, and they are out there doing the most good every single day. So thank you begin your cyber Monday the right way. Well, let me tell you quite a weekend. The number sixty two. Sixty two how about the number thirty nine sixty two to thirty nine was the score in the Ohio State crushing of the soul of the Michigan football team. I think they're abandoning the program in Michigan sixty two to thirty nine. You'd ask me is it possible for our state to beat Michigan sixty to the thirty nine. I would have said no that's not possible. I didn't take it was gonna be a good game for Ohio State after all Michigan had the number one defense in the country house. They shredded it. And then Washington state lot to Washington USC lost Dame and Oklahoma barely got past West Virginia. So it seems pretty clear to me. The Georgia loses Dallas next week, and we're gonna have Alabama Clemson Notre Dame and Ohio State in the final four. We're going to crush the Wildcats northwestern Wildcats, very sad. It's going to happen to them in Indianapolis next week. So it's got to knock off Alabama. And Notre Dame's got knock off Clemson to set up the much-feared, Ohio State Notre Dame. I've always dreaded that day when Ohio State had to play Notre Dame for the national championship. But it's coming high of sixty two Michigan thirty dollars the best team in the country right now people who saw that game college football playoff committee. They know that Haskins and gang per altogether urban Meyer coached they've been looking forward. They play at the end of the season. They'll play at the start. They're just amazing as where the Browns if you can believe that the Cleveland Browns one yesterday Baker Mayfield is on fire. Marched out to twenty eight nothing lead and pointing thirty five to twenty all I did was read Brown stuff yesterday afternoon. All afternoon for like two hours after the game that I took the fetchy MRs Hewitt family. That's usually the deal. If I if I watched the Browns game she picks the movie so she wanted to see the Mark Wahlberg movie. It's a tear Jerker. It's a true story about foster care, and adoption, and it will tug on on the heartstrings. Teenager that are row sobbing. Maybe they were themselves foster kids at one point. I don't know. But it is a beautiful movie. It's really wonderful. It brings out your best angels before we went to that though. I had to. Had to appear on Al Sharpton show on MSNBC. I love being on with Al if doesn't. Really tax me too much. Here's my first exchange with the Reverend Al yesterday, cut number one. It's playing thing that most conservative Americans really don't care why they're coming or what they feel the country's done. They want them out. And I'll kept out and what does this scene that? We're seeing now at the border. What does that do in terms of many Americans that supported President Trump, and how do you react to the statement made by Hillary Clinton now saying we've got to deal with migrants in both Europe and the United States trying to convert her. Former secretary Clinton stated the obvious that immigration is railing American and European politics in that series. People have to think seriously about it. Here's some context for the border. Al that one point seven million people living in Tijuana over San Ysidro flows. Seventy thousand cars and twenty thousand pedestrians today, and they're a grand total of six thousand asylum. Kerr's from the caravan in Tijuana. So I think there's a tendency to overstate a crisis. I don't think it's a crisis, and I have to disagree with you. I think most center, right? Republicans believe in allowing most people are in the country that documentation to stay pending an inspection, making sure there's no violence or crime. But that they are concerned that that which gets report rewarded gets repeated and the conversation with the Mexican government right now are designed to stop this caravan. But the next one and the one after that so that we don't overwhelm borders. Borders are necessary in this world security requires it, it's why I think it's actually going to work out just fine. We just need to have a little just a little patience and Mexico announced their deporting five hundred people who rushed the border yesterday. They got six thousand people there from the caravan five hundred of them are being sent back on doors because they attempted to illegally. Bum's rush the border, and they can't have that. And they realized that that which gets rewarded gets repeated, and that you just can't run through the border, and Mexico and the United States are dealing with this then out of nowhere L, ask me about Cindy, Hyde Smith, and that's fine. By me, Cindy, Hyde Smith is gonna crush it. She's gonna she's not gonna win as big as Ohio State which beat Michigan sixty two to thirty nine yesterday. And she might not even win by more points than the Browns put on the Bengals fifteen point. But she's gonna win cut number two. On the border today on some of the Sunday shows, we saw the evidence of what will now bring a new congress, the Democrats in the majority, and we saw both congressman Adam Schiff and congressman Elijah Cummings who are now chair people of two separate committees saying that there is real possibilities. If necessary that they will launch investigations into the Trump administration. What is your prediction here? What is your forecast here? And is this the beginning of some bad days for President Trump and members of his administration? You you you? Well, I think that chairman incoming chairman coming said he had sixty four subpoenas ready. And I know that. This is a very smart guy, and he will have subpoenas going and Jerry Nadler, but I'll tell you this. It doesn't really worry me the Republicans had the subpoena power for two years. They couldn't Anthony thing. They had it with President Obama. They couldn't do anything house committee hearings are a lot of fun to watch. And they actually accomplished very little what president. But you if there's evidence of some indiscretion or somebody legality, maybe they could do anything in the last two because there was nothing to get many people that feel there things here that they need to know starting with tax returns all the way to whether or not is been some improper collusion here. A member of congress ask it's unconstitutional for a member of congress asked for the president's tax returns that they could go to turning general make that case a multi Jerry Nadler and not I'm just saying it's get your popcorn. We're going to watch. I just don't think from, sir. Concerns is part of what you need for an investigation. I don't think it's illegal but great job. Now, you just cut it out. The reality is this matter of fact, maybe you should interview a very smart congressman Elijah Cummings who is very smart and attorney and who was on my show and said he's going to be very judicious about his subpoena. So I don't know what. He said he didn't know where the sixty four came from meet the press. Elijah Cummings resign with Chuck Todd earlier in day. Instead got sixty four subpoenas. I love Joe, by the way, I really do. But my favorite part of our exchange. I will play for you after the break because it's about Mississippi and the false narratives that the Republican is a racist. And I just I just can't.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's a three hundred sixty five day year operation, and they are out there doing the most good every single day. So thank you begin your cyber Monday the right way. Well, let me tell you quite a weekend. The number sixty to sixty two how about the number thirty nine sixty two to thirty nine was the score in the Ohio State crushing of the soul of the Michigan football team. I think they're abandoning the program in Michigan sixty two to thirty nine. You'd ask me is it possible for our state to beat Michigan sixty two to thirty nine. I would have said no that's just not possible. I didn't take it was gonna be a good game for St. after all Michigan at the number one defense in the country and our house, they shredded it and then Washington state lot to Washington USC lost another Dame and Oklahoma barely got past West Virginia. So it seems pretty clear to me that Georgia loses Alabama next week, and we're gonna have Alabama Clinton Notre Dame and Ohio State in the final four. We're going to crush the Wildcats northwestern Wildcats, very sad. It's going to happen to them in Indianapolis next week. So it's got knock off Alabama and Notre Dame got a knockoff Clemson to set up the much-feared, Ohio State Notre Dame. I've always dreaded that day when Ohio State had to play Notre Dame for the national championship. But it's coming states sixty two Michigan thirty dollars best team in the country right now people who saw that game college football playoff committee. They know that Haskins and gang together urban Meyer coached at they've been looking forward. They play at the end of the season. They'll play at the start. They're just amazing as we're the Browns. If you can believe that the Cleveland Browns one yesterday Baker Mayfield is on fire. Marched out to twenty eight nothing lead and appointing thirty five to twenty all I did was read Brown stuff yesterday afternoon all afternoon for like two hours after the game that I took the fetchy MRs Hewitt family. That's usually the deal. If I if I watched the Browns game, she picks movie. So she wanted to see the Mark Wahlberg movie. It's a tear Jerker. It's a true story about foster care, and adoption, and it will tug on the heartstrings. At teenagers in our row sobbing. Maybe they were themselves foster kids at one point. I don't know. But it is a beautiful movie. It's really wonderful. It brings out your best angels before we went to that though. I had to. Head to appear on Al Sharpton show on MSNBC. I love being on with Al if doesn't. Does it really tax me too much? Here's my first exchange where the river now yesterday cut number one. It's playing thing that most conservative Americans really don't care why they're coming or what they feel the country's done. They want them out and camped out. And what does this seeing that we're seeing now at the border? What does that do in terms of many Americans that supported President Trump, and how do you react to the statement made by Hillary Clinton now saying we've got to deal with migrants in both Europe and the United States trying to convert. Former secretary Clinton stated the obvious that immigration is railing American and European politics in that series. People have to think seriously about it. Here's some context for the border out there. One point seven million people living in Tijuana over San Ysidro flow seventy thousand cars and twenty thousand pedestrians today, and they're a grand total of six thousand asylum. Kerr's from the caravan in Tijuana. So I think there's a tendency to overstate a crisis. I don't think it's a crisis, and I have to disagree with you. I think most center, right? Republicans believe in allowing most people who are in the country about documentation to stay pending an inspection making sure there's no violent crime. But that they are concerned that that which gets report rewarded gets repeated and the conversation with the Mexican government right now are designed to stop not this caravan. But the next learn the one after that so that we don't overwhelm borders. Borders are necessary in this world security requires it it so I think it's actually going to work out just fine. We just need to have a little just a little patience and Mexico announced their deporting five hundred people who rushed the border yesterday. They got six thousand people there from the caravan five hundred of them are being sent back on Doris because they attempted to illegally. Bum's rush the border and the can't have that. And they realized that that which gets rewarded gets repeated, and that you just can't run through the border, and Mexico and the United States are dealing with this then out of nowhere L, ask me about Cindy, Hyde Smith, and that's fine by me behind Smith is gonna crush it. She going to she's not going to win as big as Ohio State which beat Michigan sixty two to thirty nine yesterday. And she might not even win by more points than the Browns put on the Bengals fifteen point. But she's gonna win cut number two. On the border today on some of the Sunday shows, we saw the evidence of what will now bring a new congress, the Democrats in the majority, and we saw both congressman Adam Schiff and congressman Elijah Cummings who are now chair people of two.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Anytime three hundred sixty five days a year set and that. Want to come in and make a purchase in fact, refresh computers in anyone assets is actually owned by a veteran owned business. David Levitte who unfortunately, ten make it to join me on the show today was actually in the US air force and his whole a lot of everything that he's done in his life has actually been based off of his military service because he started out on aircraft carriers managing the telecommunication systems on them. And then he went onto Nortel Networks and became a senior project manager, and then ended up founding a one assets technology, surplus depot and all the different technology companies that comprise of the acids family of companies refreshed Holcombe, of course, refresh computers and all the traces back to his roots in military service to this country as well. And I believe mine. One looking at my family ancestry. I found out that my own grandfather was actually in the army back around World War Two and believe it or not it's actually the hundredth anniversary of the success of the of the end of combat the armistice in World War One exactly one hundred years ago. Today was the informal end the end of all the major conflicts in Woolworth's one. And it's hard to believe that now we're in two thousand eighteen and technology has evolved are social atmosphere like the whole world is pretty much trunk because now we have airplanes I think about way back when World War One was going on. We just had like aviation in its infancy and ship travel is the big thing for people going back and forth and it used to take days. And now we can hop on an airplane literally cross. Global of hours and now America's ins, and people everywhere communicate with each other through technology and computers instead of relying on snail mail. We have now Email and instant messaging in all these online services that literally the world has never been more connected and. Hopefully, you've course human society will continue to accomplish positive directions. As time continues to move on. And of course, as that continues to move on. Of course technology is an integral an integral key with every aspect of our modern lifetime. And so these days, you really can't do anything without a computer these days. And so, of course, when it comes to computers that's goes down to what refresh computers mainly specializes in because we were able to put brand name computer systems into the hands of residential customers. Business customers industrial customers for a lot lower price points than you would be able to at a big box store where basically making computers affordable where you get a quality product for a lot less money. You think it's a good idea to talk a little bit more about what these computers are crest. Yeah. I think so let them know what you got in the store in, you know, ranging from all different kinds and types of computers. You got it. So refreshing. It's basically would each individual, computer. We get we procure these from different government engine sees different corporations, and educational institutions chances are you might if you've gone to worked in big corporate. Or if you've gone to a public school or college. You're probably familiar with seeing these types of terminals all over the place. So when they go through their base agencies, go through their technology. Refresh cycles every three four five years by other brand new ones at top dollar from Dell HP and Lenovo on apple then they send us the ones that are a little bit older still modern, of course, still very efficient very well performing computers, they come to us and pallets we cow gum. We unload them. We remove all the hard drives. So that way all the information securely wiped then we put them onto our assembly line where we test them one by one make sure that the hardware meter, very stringent quality standard, we clean them up. Because a lot of times they're all feel with dirt and dust and covered in. Mark. And then we clean them up and make sure that they're rang like new, and then we put a fresh load of the windows ten operating system on it, which is latest operating system from Microsoft, and then they come to the store. We saw them a discounted rates. And then we give the fresh genuine license with the operating system, the Microsoft recovery desk, and these are Brandon computers like Dell HP Lenovo apple and yet end up being able to get a lot higher quality specification computer for a lot lot less money. Like, for.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"It is we're in the mid west here. We're in the mid west here. And it's not like you're in San Diego Orlando or Los Angeles or other places that have three hundred sixty five day a year, theme parks. You definitely don't both parks are open all summer and then in the shoulder seasons. You're open holiday was not the waterpark. And sometimes you only on the weekends. I think now is only weekends. So so. How that's got to be a bit of a challenge in social because you really do have season -ality to the business. And so how do you change the kind of things that you do in social and then in the true off season? How do you keep momentum for four the park win? Nobody can come to the par-. Well, it's been extra challenging this year. I think the weather's supposed to change today. We're not that far apart. So you're probably have experienced summer in October along with us J but Saturday we had people show up in their swimsuits expecting the waterpark to be open in October. And we're absolutely furious with us that we wouldn't open the water. I think just not understanding that it's not flipping a switch that there's all having water park open. And and and air temperature and water temperature is not perfectly correlated in that. This is true. But we do a lot we start a couple of weeks before we shift from daily operation into weekends. Only. Which unfortunately is rather early in August because around here schools, get back and session, very very early and between high school employees, and our college employees that really guts, the staff, you know, we just can't we would be open if we possibly could. But we just nobody to work, right? Gives us a massive labor pool in Santa Claus, Indiana to draw xactly the elves are limited. And but for instance, over in Illinois they start later in August. So it's that challenge of keeping that message going in the hopes that they will see it and realize an every year, you know, we'll have people. So thank goodness you posted this even though we've been posting it on an offer two weeks. But we put we have slider. The number one slider on our homepage. And then we have a crawl, and we have we'll have all different things on our website. We included in our newsletter. We included on all of our social for for really a couple of weeks. And we started with. Just being we're open daily until this state will be just kinda tag onto whatever the main messages, and then we just start shifting it till that is the main mention the may message rather. And we have a fun kind of mean that we've created with holiday. I'm sure you're ever the national lampoon vacation movie where sparky finally makes it to Wally world. And in fact, I have my my little Wally world ornaments..

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"For saving a woman during a medical emergency call taker john mara's called a woman he knew was in distress the woman didn't know where she was and eventually passed out co worker steve astaldi called at and t asking them to ping the women's phone she was eventually found unconscious in her car colonel ann assumpico on eyewitness news is heard thanking the dispatchers who she says really went above and beyond they do this work twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year job again is to get help to people your dedication is amazing the woman who was reportedly suffering a diabetic incident was taken to the hospital for treatment supreme court nominee brett kavanagh's is meeting with more senators as he prepares for a bruising confirmation process terry moore reports senate majority leader mitch mcconnell called the federal appeals court judge the real deal is the all star legal resume topflight academic credentials here's extensive judicial record is defined by fairness thoughtfulness thoroughness senate democratic leader chuck schumer question whether cavanaugh would be a check on presidential abuse of power senators from both parties need to scrutinize what judge cavanagh has said because if he's the swing vote on any kind of rational check on this president i worry we should all worry on capitol hill i'm terry moore nbc news radio today is day two of the nato summit where president trump is meeting with allies and calling for increase defense spending yesterday the president made headlines when he called germany a captive of russia because of an oil and gas pipeline deal elon musk says he will fund water contamination fixes in flint michigan the tesla billionaire promised on twitter yesterday he would fund fixing the water in any house in flint that has contamination above fda approved levels newsradio nine twenty and one zero four seven fm sports it'll be france and croatia and the world cup final on sunday croatia defeated england two to one in yesterday semifinal in moscow red sox close out the first half of the season with a four game series against the blue jays starting tonight at fenway park pawsox are at syracuse game time seven oh.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah i think that in reference to your question about the format of the show at least on my twitter feed a lot of people haven't been happy and what i would offer just as a suggestion i'm not doing this show is that if you kept to the spirit of the finebaum show well adding your own individual show flavor that would probably would you describe the spirit to be talking about football this time of year that's what they want say this time of year it's made nothing is happy but so you're you're dealing with a lot of people that listen that are from alabama georgia florida that wanna talk about football three hundred sixty five days here well the remember the tony kornheiser show on espn radio yes they did not talk about sports that's actually how i ended up doing my show my career well that's why he's not doing it on espn radio anymore point greg all right so you want to be as far away from that while you're on this show as you can be that's what i'm trying to to gently nudge guys in greg i appreciate the call and he really drew and danny just bum me out he base greg basically just said that that we're a bunch of brownies but your background clowns larry should make our day better layer are you larry what's going on death to me no no you're on larry larry where are you from.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Barron counties aging under dulled services department says the numbers in marin or very low lead polin says the county already has an adequate response system in place really make it effective you'd want to secure a play twenty three hundred sixty five days a year to be available for when the person needs to go there otherwise it wouldn't be effective can imagine securing a bad data boarding care or somewhere else three engines sixty five days a year that's going to be quite expensive the civil grand jury also calls on the county to seek changes in state health funding requirements to include assistance for senior suffering from dementia and alzheimer's in nevada jeffrey xiao the case cbs well from from alzheimer's to stroke nurses in the south bay were out yesterday teaching cal train passengers how to recognize the signs of a stroke that will come in handy if a fellow passenger fell ill and you could help save their life here's kcbs has matt bigler when angelo but good was a boy his mother had a sudden stroke all remember is that her speech was really slurring and you know some sentences were becoming you know scrambled and the left side of her face began to like drew a lot fortunately his father roster to the hospital and she survived as part of national stroke alert day nurses descended on the dear john train station here in san jose and passed out cards that listed the signs of a stroke as an acronym be fast be for balance e for is f facial drooping a for arms s for speech and t for time as in it's time to call nine one one definitely call for help thanh lawyer is a stroke nurse at valley medical center for.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Nyc well but family members to who feel so frustrated i understand if you have a family member with serious mental health condition it's it's painful as challenging frustrating is confusing i want to ask people to try and break through those feelings and pick up the phone because when you call that number you get trained counselor who could literally tell you step by step what you can do to get that person help and we just gotta make that something that becomes common in our society that people reach out for that help because we can do so much more for people but i think your questions are very good one we need to go back and trace anything and everything we can about whether there was any knowledge of him that could lead to more help earlier de escalation training that have come into play in this situation where police were called to the scene still unclear whether it was an attempt to de escalate yeah we don't we don't know the facts fully and i want to let the full investigation play out i will say on that point you've already seen through body camera footage and the best of my understanding this case there were not body cameras on these officers that will all be fully implemented by the end of the year but where we had had body camera footage you've seen the esscalation efforts already where prolonged efforts continue to try and get people to drop their weapons in many instances where officers have shown tremendous restraint i've said recently reminded people again that last year our officers in the entire three hundred sixty five day year use their weapons in adversary all situations under forty times says a lot of restraint that's taught and being practiced it depends on.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I just quick comment and then i have two questions comment about the a couple of calls ago saying that there's no strategy in baseball it's watered down and all that i agree totally i think baseball is now more than ever very strategic with analytics with people looking at things shifting i think he just doesn't understand that the games sports itself has evolved to a twenty four hour seven day a week three hundred sixty five day system where people are training working out bigger stronger and that's just said byproduct was just you know well we live in now today sports right all right you're right in this way it doesn't mean that i have to like all the things that have happened in baseball in their changes bud strawberry absolutely is still a huge part because they're using so many different big tears when do you pull idea one batter two batters how many do you let him to all the matchup against all they're making major league baseball is making it into a more strategic game whether it's coming off balance sheet that has been laid out and analyzed and sabre metrically broken down or it's the god of the manager whatever it is anytime you change pitchers that's a debatable decision which makes it strategic goal which means the game still is is debatable as it's ever been exactly and you look at the scores we don't have all big scores one nothing to san francisco giants and dodgers games in a row i mean we got some close scores real quick questions one giant one yankees yankees went after giancarlo stanton i'm always i think pitching is really the strongest point any winning chip team i fretted not as much though i love stanton why didn't you and do you think was a good move not going after someone like jerry cole who has boasted now the houston you know rotation and i think that's a plus that we're going to have to face where location i don't think is as strong as if we had added gerry cole what do you feel about that well let me just ask you in a in a vacuum who's.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are as three hundred sixty five days a year community hibernate is a great opportunity for us is wbz's kim tunnicliff reports of family feud over the game is brewing in bristol county it's a house divided a norton where christina david howard are on opposite sides of the aisle when it comes to which team they'll be cheering on i was born and raised the pats fan i just happened to come across this guy and fall in love with them and that just came with part of the package that package includes the eagle's david is a big philadelphia fan he thinks new england players have had it easy over the years swelling you have the easiest conference and lee lee you can get away of the star planes all week sixteen so even the couple's dogs are divided the young putra races wearing an eagles jersey while senior daphne is decked out in patriots skier i like to say that the older wiser one is the past fat kim tunnicliff wbz news radio ten thirty while most of the attention tonight will be on tom brady on his quest for his sixth super bowl title another dominant force the seasonable try to showcase its awardwinning play the philadelphia eagles offensive line has been named the offensive line of the year many believe that the line is what gives the eagles a shot to beat the patriots first team allpro centre jason kelsea out what they hope to accomplish with backup nick folz taking snaps if our run game is established and we can control the clock that's great but you know first and foremost we're just trying to your first islands and score points the eagles offense averaged more than twenty eight points a game this season thirdbest in the league the patron it's were second best ryan burrow abc news minneapolis wbz's carl stevenson adam kaufman are in minneapolis for the super bowl and will have reports throughout the afternoon on wbz newsradio 1030 and a bad crash and weymouth lands a toddler in the hospital details on that in a few minutes on wbz phone wbz news time 1143 traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic on.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I kia has a policy that i still can't believe and i just saw it last time i was there but i key is policy is if you don't like what you bought you can return it in the first three hundred sixty five days you can you can come back a year later or almost a year later rightrear to sixty four days and return that couch needed in like now i'd like to put that to the test unlike the by i think we talk rose earlier on the air i like to buy a couch and put it in in northridge fraternity for a you know 11 months right beer stains you know whatever and then returned to constant idea haitian like the disney zion half nearly ninety i don't i don't i didn't see any i didn't see any but i did they just said if you're not happy with the return there's a three hundred sixty five day return policy i'm surprised that they don't just do store credit i can understand maybe they'd that me that's what they do as far as always right fine no lot of them refund but there but you know what but but i i specifically shop at stores that make it easy to return stuff if i get a lot of blow back on some i'm returning return a lot if i get a lot of blowback i never go back there my guys why are they do and anita and walmart as much as i i love walmart the way they deter you from returning anything a walmart is they pay twenty two guys to stand in front of you in the returned lie all those guys worker walmart now dare eliane walmart the air now you walk in you know what nine guys in front of me and they all worked for walmart now they're all dressed in street clothes you don't know it but they're all and walmart employee and see clear athere decoys i we're live on kfi benders apple monica ritz and investigations under way after an explosion nla that left a transgender woman tat that fire broke out early wednesday morning your staples center inside of an apartment investigators are calling the situation suspicious every state now except for hawaii is experiencing widespread flew that is according to the cdc the centers for disease control at least forty two people under the age of sixty five.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on No Huddle

"Uh crummy long term ticket sales uh luxury suite standpoint this is isn't this isn't region that wants to be in love with the buffalo bills three hundred sixty five days a year they like the sabres uh you know but but this is this really is a bills region and uh you know i remember roger goodell was from uh i don't know maybe sixty miles away from there he is has always had a soft spot in his heart for the buffalo bills because he understands the passion it's one of the things that i hated about the raiders we would the vegas you do not believe oakland you just don't do that and i feel the same way about buffalo do not leave buffalo that is the kind of place you've seen what happened with andy dalton today his foundation bills fans have donated more than a hundred thousand dollars the andy domes foundation just to say thank you for that incredible play on fourth and twelve to put the bills in the play off this is basically the feelgood story of the year in the nfl in all ways and this is really kind of the juice the nfl needs in what otherwise has been a mostly crummy year got him with peter king of the immense ub peter what was your reaction last night we found that the ted thompson was being reassigned new role in the front office to green bay in the packers are now looking for a new gm.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Three hundred sixty five days ago he the latest numbers sharing the fake polls studying the actual sampling rated knowing that trump barring massive election fraud would end up being president and despite the five point seven million people who voted through dead illegal aliens let's wait higher than what trump said three point six million or three point seven million that's the number she had last year despite that despite state department of public safety groups in six states catching homeland security breaking into the computers electronically remotely trying to steal the election hillary was only able to steal five states and abdication from sanders that's all public their whole house of cards is coming down then they no time and time again him wars is patient zero info wars is the first domino info wars is the first to get the intel and punctured out there plus why they fear essen they hate us last week there were having congressional hearings after an islamist has brought in on the diversity lottery by obama by his programme which uh uh uh plowed his vehicle into eight people he killed eleven he mortally a severely injured summer still find their lives and they spun it that it was fake news that the blasi l had been warned and didn't do anything and then we linked to news cycle tweets and fox when the imam was on weeks before warning him memory had people in his parades that were connected the cop killers and connected islamic groups i mean this is crazy when the reason i raised this says they're trying to shut us down and that's why when you share the linked to enforce dot com.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Three hundred sixty five days ago this is the time for real wisdom lightning round if trump wins how about bursting into tears and screaming fought for the next forty five minutes slow america is crying tonight i'm not sure how much of america but a very very significant portion them i mean literally cried everybody is crying and sell upset and it is the end of their world feels like the end of the world are i'm now lifetime less right and i was slowly getting drunk how do we explain how this is possible how did this thing experience politician versus racist fake kinda college it everybody horsens now such losers such is going to have to live with it and you're awake by the way you're not having a terrible terrible dream also you're not dead and you haven't gone to hell this is your life out this is our election now this is us this is our country this is a different today that it was 24 hours ago is it different place a cousin is different the woman president obama called the most qualified person ever to run for the white house couldn't break through the question remains who can deeper concerns tonight that the world's shining light of democracy has gone these lost last night and that's what so hurtful about this this was a whitelash this with a whitelash against a changing country it was a whitelash against a black president in part and that's the part where the pain comes i kinda push back against the advancement of african americans of hispanics it is a morning moment for for those people and it is it is a moment filled with fear among this never good people know my attitudes about things they come up to me and they're scared depressed despair desperate even almost clinging to me it was a rough night everybody i think i'm the hour okay he's the president now what it feels like we're trying to avoid the apocalypse and half of the country is voting for the asteroid is there a doomsday plan for a time like this in my right to ask about a new state lamps do you see this as the doomsday scenario so if donald trump is democratically elected and your son is serving as a marine you wouldn't trust his life under that commander in chief and kane said.

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"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred sixty five day" Discussed on WJR 760

"Do that three hundred sixty five days a year we get everything done but were playing politics once again what forty eight hours after of the last hurricane were back to playing politics that telethon that was so all the actors and actresses and the musicians i things the wonder was the was anchoring it uh was supposed to help out there hurricane victims it was a war was was a sermon by the left no global warming caused this in a bid that wasn't the case god's punishing for trump i mean just them who for your stuff you can imagine i don't want to live in a country like that i don't wanna live in the cupcake nation i don't wanna live in a country where the snowflakes in college in college mind you have to have a safe room were they can go why down because they just the thought of trump is president is so over reforming i need a cup of hot chocolate and assistance dog to gently stroke as i said on the floor in the corner trying to envision my future i don't want to live in a country like that how did that happen that they can't be what you want i mean truly cat uh all right let's go to roberta and new york city roberta i appreciate your patience a very very much as soon as i can find you there you are are you doing roberto ayala all all yeah i hear refine aqua i i well i would i bowled outcry won't dinosaur over what portable error with our logo of a backup or rat or by the red of powerball obama paul i recall a wall also go it over the crop got a guy trump armor hobble all no trump a couple of oil to help our overbought well we'll call at old battlefiel at old wall got away with it by the way with opel woke well we got away with it for the time he was in offers just about all that has been dismantled uh in the first six months of of trump and two wrongs summary tons of you heard there's no certainly don't make a.

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