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Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

TIME's Top Stories

01:05 min | Last week

Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.

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Wholesale Prices Hit Record 8.3% In August

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:39 min | Last week

Wholesale Prices Hit Record 8.3% In August

"It's been kind of a hodgepodge week to be honest for those of us. Whose specialty is this economy here to help. Sort out are k. davidson. She's at the wall street journal. Also brian chung-hee's at yahoo finance hayatou. So kate i'm going to start with you and with his observation of the news of the day. The producer price index came out this morning. That is of course Prices at the wholesale level up eight point three percent in a year. Do you suppose anybody at the fed or more accurately at the white house walked over to j pals office and said hey. Jay highlight transitory. Now pal well. I don't know about the the white house. Because they they're sticking to the transitory story They they put out some new forecasts. I think it was lat late last month. Essentially showing that they they still think prices are coming down this year by a lot So they they more than doubled. Their forecast for inflation. This year back in february they thought it would be just a little above two percent now. They're at four point eight for the year. That's fourth quarter over compared to the fourth quarter of last year But you know even to get to that point as you pointed out. Prices are so high in consumer prices last month or in july rather consumer prices were five point four percent over the previous twelve months. And that's the highest. They'd been On an annual basis since two thousand eight so their high and to get to the white house forecast they'd have to come down a lot. So i think that they are feeling the political heat over rising prices right. Republicans are really hammering them on this. But i think that they economists there and even at the fed will find out on a couple of weeks. The fed might mark up their forecasts but so far they continue to think that these price pressures will fade

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Lebanon's New PM Pledges to Stabilize Economic Meltdown

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Lebanon's New PM Pledges to Stabilize Economic Meltdown

"The new government has been announced in Lebanon over a year off to the previous administration quit with Nike but McCarty becoming prime minister a position he's held twice before couldn't Hussey let us stop what are some of the key pledges what do everything in his power to the country's dramatic economic collapse urging fractious politicians to work together holding back tears because he one of the richest men in the country spoke to of Lebanese mothers who called feed their children and students whose parents could no longer afford to send them to school the political agreement breaks a twelve month deadlock the scene the country slide deeper into financial chaos and poverty I'm Charles Taylor this month

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US Producer Prices Jump an Unprecedented 8.3% in August

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

US Producer Prices Jump an Unprecedented 8.3% in August

"Inflation at the wholesale level climbed to eight point three percent last month it's the biggest annual gain since the labor department started calculating the twelve month number in two thousand ten the producer price index which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers rose seven tenths of a percent in August after full one percent increases in both June and July when compared with August of twenty twenty prices were eight point three percent higher core prices which exclude the volatile food and energy categories also rose to slightly less six tenths of a percent from July and six point seven percent from a year earlier inflation has been stirring as the economy recovers from the coronavirus recession with supply chain bottlenecks and a worker shortage pushing prices higher Ben Thomas Washington

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Affirm Soars on Amazon Partnership

MarketFoolery

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Affirm Soars on Amazon Partnership

"With the stock of the day and that is a firm holdings the by and buy now pay later business. Affirm is teaming up with young ecommerce site called amazon dot com affirms going to be a checkout option for certain amazon customers in the united states. Starting on friday. This is four purchases of fifty dollars or more and then those customers can if they want split. Those purchases up into smaller monthly installments shares of affirm. As of this moment are up forty four percent. Today i guess my first question is is that how good this news is forty four percent or is at least some of what we're seeing i. I'm sure there are a bunch of things that go into a stock spiked like this. But ultimately that's where i start with this like. How good is this for a firm. Well i mean it is really. It's very important news. I mean this isn't something that results in immediate tangible financial impact right. I mean there is still okay. Show me that this actually is gonna work. Show me the money so to speak. But for a business in a firm which generated around seven hundred fifty million dollars essentially in revenue over the last twelve months. It's a big deal in part of the part of the concern with firming. There'd been a couple of things with a firm that if you know they've been worth worth discussing a little bit right. I mean we saw the recent acquisition with school with the square buying after pay to get that presence into the buy now pay later and that's what a firm is known for two right. Buy now pay later in. The criticism has been that it more or less is a feature in not necessarily a business on its own

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Different Methods for Structuring Teams in an Agency

The Tropical MBA Podcast

02:20 min | Last month

Different Methods for Structuring Teams in an Agency

"I think dan if i was agency today i would hire a bunch of specialized people. I don't think i'd hire jack-of-all-trades you know. One of the common positions that people come to us and asked us to help them hire is an operations manager because it's kind of last holdout. Most founders are like the operations manager. They are the person that holds it all together. They're kind of the hub in the middle of this wheel and then they have all these spokes so the most sincerely hey. I'm kind kinda pulling the team together. Like i have all these contractors. But like i really need to go out and do something. Higher value generally as business development or sales so. I need somebody to come in here and do this operations role. One of the things. I think is interesting. Is this concept that was brought up in the forum and spin written a lot about on the web is are you going to have a hierarchical structure or a pod structure and of course there's like overlap between what the two things are but typically a hierarchical structure would have that founder. Ceo and then the operations manager. And then say you'd have an seo group with like the top seo person and then you know seo assistant number one number two and there'd be these sort of this hierarchical management of all the seo in the company goes through this like seo lead and then there's this alternative concept of pods where you have like an seo person designer. A sales lead all in one pod and then that pod manages a certain number of clients and at least for us as like bootstrapping a relatively new service business. We've only been sewing recruiting services for twelve months. The pod concept really resonated with us both from strategy perspective. You look at what you're able to charge for your service and then you say okay. Well you know ballpark. I'm trying to get my labor cost to less than thirty percent of what i'm delivering the service for so that you know. Have a margin leftover after all your expenses of executing the service and so then you figure out like what that fraction analyzed pod is going to be and you try to get your costs there and this is the way you can sort of brainstorm new businesses. So i think it's kind of interesting if you look at like a traditional agency you'd say like a recruiting agency say all right. Well i sold this to a client. Now i'm going to have a recruiter. Do all the work and like day cost this and so your rates are going to be a lot higher than if you had this cross functional pod that can essentially split up the work and do it for multiple different clients.

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Midlife Weight Gain: Don't Blame Your Metabolism

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:46 min | Last month

Midlife Weight Gain: Don't Blame Your Metabolism

"Most of us reach our final adult height at around age. Eighteen or twenty. Unfortunately that doesn't mean that we stop growing on. Average americans continue to gain a pound or two a year every year from the time they reach adulthood until age sixty or so when this trend starts to reverse of course by then a lot of damage has been done although gaining a single pound or two over. The course of a year isn't going to make a big difference in your health gaining thirty or forty pounds over the course of your adult lifespan can have a significant negative impact. On your risk of diabetes heart disease cancer and other conditions related to obesity such as knee pain and sleep apnea so what drives this weight gain in middle age. There's long been an assumption that this seemingly universal trend is due at least in part to a slowing of the metabolism in midlife. We've all been told that our bodies engines simply reva little faster when we're younger and that there's not that much that can be done. If we want to avoid gaining weight through midlife we're going to have to spend more time exercising or adjust our food intake to compensate for this inevitable slowing of the metabolism. Now if you refuse to go gently into this good night you can find all kinds of special diets workouts and supplements promising to goose up your middle aged metabolism to the extent that any of these actually succeed in boosting your resting metabolic rate. The effect is likely to be quite small as i've said before trying to lose weight by boosting. Your metabolism is like trying to row a boat with a butter knife. You're going to be rowing for an awfully long time. Without moving very far but a new study is during all of these assumptions about midlife metabolism into the blender researchers used a sophisticated technique called the doubly labeled water method to measure energy expenditure in a diverse population of over six thousand people and these subjects ranged in age from newborn to ninety five years old and they also came from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds and cultures and the results were almost exactly the opposite of what our observations might have led us to believe not surprisingly are metabolic rate is highest when we're babies it peaks at about twelve months of age and then declined steadily until we reach early adulthood but then our metabolic rate is remarkably stable from age twenty to age sixty. There is virtually no slowing in

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Bitcoin Mining With Mike Colyer

The Pomp Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Bitcoin Mining With Mike Colyer

"Let's start with Just remind everyone what is foundry and kind of the founding story of this in terms of what you guys are building. Yeah so Foundries a wholly owned subsidiary of the digital currency group and we're focused on supporting decentralised infrastructure. So both on the proof of work side and proof of stake side and We got started about will almost two years ago and We've been building out both sides of that business. We've scaled now to Approaching i think fifty employees which we've got an amazing team here at foundry and we provide so we might ourselves. We provide advisory services. We provide equipment financing. And we've deployed about three over three hundred million dollars now into the north american mining ecosystem. And then we've launched our north american mining pool which supports institutional size minors the the publicly traded minor. So they have a clear transparent pool to to mine in and We've got an advisory businesses. Well helping helping Miners get into the business. Staking side we. We now stake on about twenty different protocols. essentially like the infrastructure team for dc g. and and the other subsidiary companies dot. So when you think about what's changed over the last year so since we last talked There's been a bunch of changes growth in positive developments with foundry and also. There's been absolute chaos in the mining industry in general. Maybe let's start with kind of the market itself in how you evaluate what's transpired last twelve months or so. And then how has that allowed. You guys to navigate this kind of where are you both from a size standpoint and then also Kind of what. You are doing a service standpoint whereas most of your attention or energy right now you know. The mining space moves incredibly fast. It's like every thirty days sixty days. It's it's changing it's evolving and which makes it super exciting i would. I would say that you know about four years ago. I pivoted my whole career to go into the mining space. I don't think i could ever go back to the traditional world. It just moves way too

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Roger Federer Needs a Third Knee Surgery, Will Be out 'Many Months'

The Tennis Podcast

01:15 min | Last month

Roger Federer Needs a Third Knee Surgery, Will Be out 'Many Months'

"No huge surprise that roger federer had had a major setback to his name when we watched him at wimbledon. Losing that six love set really. The writing was on the wall at that point that that something something was wrong and it was a question of how badly it wrong he. He announced that he wasn't gonna play either the tournaments in canada in toronto or in cincinnati. We spoke the other day that the us open felt very unlikely but even even with that the fat the severity of what he announced today on instagram in a personal message to camera for his his millions of fans that he was requiring another knee surgery that he was going to be on crutches in his words for weeks and this is his third surgeries in the space of twelve months that he would be out of action for months and really the oni suggestion that his career was going to be an ongoing. A going concern in the future was that he had a glimmer of hope of returning to the toll in some full in the future. Next year

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Back-to-Back 1% Price Hike; Wholesale Prices Rise in July

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Back-to-Back 1% Price Hike; Wholesale Prices Rise in July

"Inflation at the wholesale level jumped more than expected last month the labor department reports its producer price index rose a full one percent in July that match the June increase and over the past twelve months wholesale prices are up a record seven point eight percent the largest increase going back to two thousand ten the price surge has pushed inflation well above the federal reserve's target of two percent most of the July increase came from the rising cost of services margins for autos and auto parts also saw hefty gains jumping eleven point two percent but overall the rise in the price of goods was not a steep and food costs actually fell for the first time since December core prices at the wholesale level which excludes volatile food and energy costs match the overall number rising one percent in July Ben Thomas Washington

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Algolia's API First Model - Bernadette Nixon CEO of Algolia the Unicorn Search and AI Company - Voicebot Podcast Ep 221 - burst 02

The Voicebot Podcast

04:07 min | Last month

Algolia's API First Model - Bernadette Nixon CEO of Algolia the Unicorn Search and AI Company - Voicebot Podcast Ep 221 - burst 02

"Lot of different people in the software world that has done things around databases or things like that but it seems to me that like around discovery and surfacing information within within the enterprise. This is an area that you spent a good deal of time in your curb even before i'll go you. Yes that's right. If you in fact if you look at the competitive set in the market in which i'll go competes. They're really sort of two bookends to that competitive set one end of it. You have purpose built sass. Apps typically for one specific use case quite often ecommerce site surge and then at the other end of the spectrum. you've got the open source. Players like elastic solar and they can solve many different types of such Problems indeed as we as al goalie can win neither one of those. But i have experience of both both of those bookends. If you like of competitive set But the way to think about us is sort of in between both of those ads because we have. We give all the flexibility that you get with the open source but yet we are an api. I model which we can get into what that means really means a lotta people bandied that about. I'm actually hosted so fully the sas business model if you like. And that's one of the reasons why i came to. I'll go earlier in. May of last year. Because i truly believed in the positioning of the company having had experience in the such market before we are hearing a lot more about api first businesses. These days it would be useful for you to talk about what what that means in. Why that's a model that we're seeing a lot more of your absolutely. I mean it festival if you think about you know the the old ways of Satisfying problems you either went out. And you bought a big monolith or you built your you built the application from. Scratch yourself on what we're finding. Is that both of those paradigm 's are cracking a little bit right now under the strain the strain created by the need to constantly. Hr eight because the market is moving so fast. I mean take a look at the last twelve months. Kobe didn't start any new trends. It simply spend the ones that were there up if you think about it and so what we're finding is that people are wanting to find a abed away to build and use some building blocks so api's have been described as the picks and shovels of the information age because you can compose your applications using multiple api's but the difference between an api company and a platform that has some api You can interface with it is an api fest. Company really means three things at least while going. I think too many of the other folks out that in the api first economy as well one. It means at flexibility as in you're able to handle a broad set of use cases so in our case that's not just ecommerce such it's Internal search behind the firewall using us as the The search service when you're composing your own internal applications and many other different cases in between so being able to handle a broad set of use cases. That flexibility is one of the tenants of api. I approach the second Is speed so we build speed into our api so that our customers don't have to do that. Performance tuning As they would have to if they were building from scratch. Let's say using open source. And the third which i personally think is probably the most important is the backward compatibility developers want to solve big meaty business problems for the companies. They work for and they wanna move onto the next one. They want to minimize the amount of maintenance that they have to keep up with and so we take that burden on. And we guarantee the backward compatibility of our

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Dating and Marriage in America's Prison System With Elizabeth Greenwood

Relationship Advice

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Dating and Marriage in America's Prison System With Elizabeth Greenwood

"One thing. Sam told me that he will sometimes get letters from people who are interested in him. Often women Austin after his story has been featured You know in the news on cable through crime series. I loose so interested in that phenomenon because i think like many of us. I'd always heard about that. I'd heard about it. It's a little extreme iteration. You know the women who wrote the scott. Peterson and i was just always interested in you. Know what's that about. So i started poking around this topic and i got a late stuck with a really interesting organization called strong prison. Wives families and a are nonprofit Of sixty thousand members worldwide. All of whom are supporting a loved one. Who's incarcerated these. Are you know real people. These aren't prison groupies writing famous serial killers. These are all just everyday people who have a spouse or partner who's incarcerated headedness is a group health. I'm so amazing. Women really that grew but all of whom have a husband or boyfriend incarcerated. And i was really kind of off to the races. Once they met some of these members you have very nuance In particular backgrounds experiences. And i just really wanted to know. Why would someone pursue someone in prison all five couples. I trace my book. Met law incarcerated. Meaning that they did not know each other prior ci prison so they met via pen pal website or volunteering. Your prison ministry often. They weren't looking for anything in you know cut to twelve months later and they're walking down the prison aisle so may book traces the ups and downs of those five

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US Consumers Boost Spending 1% as Inflation Remains High

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

US Consumers Boost Spending 1% as Inflation Remains High

"Americans spent more last month boosting an economic recovery that's now facing new virus risks the commerce department says consumer spending jumped by one percent in June more evidence consumers are driving the recovery throughout the pandemic Americans have spent on physical goods while hunkered down now they're shifting to spending on services like hair cuts and restaurants such spending rose one point two percent last month the raging delta variant is clouding economic prospects and economists have another fear one inflation barometer the fed closely tracks surged three and a half percent last month from a year earlier the fastest such twelve month surge in thirty years Sager made Ghani Washington

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How to Use Milestones to Map Your Customer Journey

Duct Tape Marketing

02:29 min | 2 months ago

How to Use Milestones to Map Your Customer Journey

"Now the first thing that we do is we break our stages of the work that we do into the common areas that we have for a business so obviously a websites. One content is another. Seo is another big a chunk for us social media. Email marketing paid search. We then throw in sales enablement just the very basic things you get done to to have a sale system in place customer experience when somebody becomes a customer a crm and an analytics and some of those you could make a case for being combined in a lot of businesses but we like to break it into those areas we call them channels because then it allows us to to further drill down and so the process almost works like an assessment. There are certain things in the foundation the very early on stages of building a website. There's certain things that we know need to be done before. That website becomes this lead generation or lead conversion machine for somebody there's certain foundational things in need to get done so we will go through and build a list of those things that we need to get done and then for each of those milestones as we call them. We will sat tasks for those so that if somebody were making taking this assessment and this is a if you look at this as a four-page list and by the way if you get a copy of the ultimate marketing engine you'll get these. You'll have access to these list for marketing. But essentially what we'll do. Is it almost run. Somebody through this like an assessment will tick off all the boxes they can answer yes to and then the ones that they answered no to. That's what we'll go to work on. And that's really one of the beauties of milestone thinking is that there really are only two two answers yes or no so we're not gonna have a question or a milestone. Does the website serve marketing or something goofy. Like where where. There's no real answer to that. I don't know if it serves or not but we would have an a question like is the website built on a content management tool like wordpress. We believe everywhere. Website should be built on a tool like that doesn't have to be wordpress but a tool like that. That's a yes or no. Has the site been significantly updated in the last twelve months. Numbers are good like to of this twelve months dates very very. You know you can say yes or no to

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US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

"Home prices in the U. S. post their biggest increase in seventeen years a surging demand for housing push home prices in may up seventeen percent from a year earlier the biggest increase since August two thousand four that follows a fifteen percent increase in April the supply of homes has been limited with many Americans reluctant to put their properties on the market the hottest markets in may were Phoenix where prices surged nearly twenty six percent from twelve months earlier San Diego up almost twenty five percent in Seattle up twenty three percent from last year my camp in Washington

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Inflation at Wholesale Level Increases 1.0% in June

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Inflation at Wholesale Level Increases 1.0% in June

"There's fresh data on inflation this morning the labor department reports inflation at the wholesale level jumped one percent in June that pushed prices over the past twelve months up by a record seven point three percent the twelve month gain in the producer price index is the largest since two thousand ten the news on wholesale prices follows yesterday's report that consumer prices were up five point four percent over the past year the spike in inflation comes as the economy rebounds from the recession triggered by the corona virus pandemic with rising consumer demands bumping up against supply shortages and bottlenecks Ben Thomas Washington

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US Consumer Prices Surge in June by the Most Since 2008

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

US Consumer Prices Surge in June by the Most Since 2008

"Consumer prices posted their biggest increase in thirteen years ISIS jump five point four percent from June of last year to last month the sharpest twelve month inflation spike since August two thousand eight the labor department also says excluding oil and gas prices core inflation rose four and a half percent in the past year the biggest jump since November nineteen ninety one the increase in prices has heightened concerns that the federal reserve might abandon its low interest rate policies earlier than expected however fed officials have said they regard the surge in inflation as temporary as the economy quickly bounces back from the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

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How Much B12 Do Kids Need With Dietitians Alexandra Caspero and Whitney English

The Darin Olien Show

02:47 min | 2 months ago

How Much B12 Do Kids Need With Dietitians Alexandra Caspero and Whitney English

"Circling back on twelve since people are chopping at the bit. with what. what would you say than with b twelve when people are going. Oh my little kids in themselves. What would you say about on that from a general perspective because i also know that everyone's individual equality the where it's coming from the source that comes from etc that are at about twelve months of ages when we recommend that you start supplementing your child before. Then they're going to be getting all the beach while they need from either formula or for mom's breast milk provided that she supplemented enough breastfeeding moms. We recommend supplement with at least one hundred fifty micrograms a day again. That's to overcome the reduced. Absorption rate from supplement when. We're looking at b twelve. Absorption after about one to two milligrams you only absorb one to two percent the supplement. So if you're taking one or two you get about fifty percent of that and beyond it's only one to two so we have to take astronomical amounts to overcome that but however for children we although there is no research showing a toxic upper level for b. twelve we still don't wanna be giving them massive doses since there isn't tons and tons of research on that so we recommend a minimum dose of about five micrograms a day for for children and we don't have an upper level but we would stay somewhere around forty micrograms could be a good maximum amount. It's typical though because most of the supplements that are on the market in a liquid form for kids. Are these higher higher dose supplements but we do have a free supplement guide on our website and honor instagram. Lincoln are bio that you can download and it really dives into each nutrient until you exactly how much you need a why you need it. So parents can take a look at that. That's usually what's the what's the website link to some people. Have it right here right now. Plant-based junior dot com and also just quickly add to if you're listening if you've older kids to that number is going to be a little bit higher after about ten jumped up to about ten Micrograms twenty five micrograms from bear. And then for adults we think fifty micrograms as good a good dose amount like whitney said accounting for all of the absorption issues. That's awesome because that's always been a thing Spending a career trying to find nutrient dense foods around the world. I always love finding ones that. Have it within it. And i came across this raw food grade spirulina that comes to the house frozen. And all the tests on it all of the b. vitamins b twelve. All of that in food form phenomenal. So and that's an effect tastic food obviously to give the children easy to make up and mask any taste taste. Maybe mix it with some fruit and they won't even know and they're consuming One of the most nutrient dense foods in the

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"twelve month" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"twelve month" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

"Is it possible. People knew of murderous acts happening in oak beach but they stayed quiet because they had their own secrets to hide. Shannon fraught the whole thing to light the is a bunch of people in oak beach did like to party and light to do certain things And this has been going on for years and now it finally came to light because someone escaped and was able to call the police. I asked jacqueline colucci. Who cover the story for the long island press. If she thought shannon's death was connected to the ten other victims found along ocean. Parkway i do personally. I don't think she accidentally drowned at is most absurd thing to me because she was. She entered the martian one area and her clothing was found. Then she was found a quarter of a mile away she disappeared. And where else could she that marsh. Because where else would she be. Guy looked at a map my case she disappeared here. She's got to be here. And not. Because i'm so smart but because where else would she. It's just there's so many questions down. If she was found sooner maybe they would have had more to work with as we invested oak beach. We wanted a firsthand account of these supposedly sex parties to find someone who had attended them. Then we met jane. That's not her real name. We agreed to hide her identity. Gene says she attended some of those illicit sex parties in oak speech. Back in two thousand eleven the same year that shannon went missing. And who is james. I john and oak beach none other than james and he was just a few months. Shy of being appointed chief of police of suffolk county and the one ultimately responsible for catching along. Alan serial killer next on unraveled. Alan serial killer office. Juneau juno own was caught. I knew he was cop. Didn't know like that. He was so high up he was just very aggressive. And my eyes got all teared up. And i was. You know clearly uncomfortable. I don't think he cared. How is it that he is in charge of this investigation. When he himself is an addict of sex workers as time passes memories fade witnesses to cover up of some sort. If you have information or anything you want to share about the long island serial killer case we'd like to hear from you email us at unraveled. Tips at gmail.com unraveled is produced by joke. Productions for id the executive producers of this podcast are joke. Finn soon joe messina. And jeff koons along with myself. Billy jensen at alexis linkletter executive producer for id thomas cutler additional producing and writing by margaret aaronson. Our editors aaron free shia. You can also submit a tip to the suffolk county. Police department by either calling crime stoppers at one eight hundred to two zero tips or by visiting their website gilgo news dot com the music and score that you have heard in this. Podcast is by biagio messina. Dave perelman and the alibi in denver libraries make sure to check for episode. Five next week on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. It helps a lot when you subscribe rate and review the podcast that you enjoy listening to thank you for listening for your support..

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"twelve month" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

07:22 min | 7 months ago

"twelve month" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

"Yet. Another difference in the pattern that had been established with the gilgo four drawing into question whether or not they work connected to the same killer alaska. The unidentified victims was found along. Ocean parkway on april eleventh of that same year it were only partial remains which include a skull. That skull belongs to the same woman whose dismembered legs were found wrapped in plastic back in nineteen ninety-six meaning. Investigators must now stretch back fifteen years to find the killer or killers who have been dumping bodies along ocean. Parkway these dismembered legs had been found on fire island which is fifteen miles from gilgo beach and this is why. This victim is known as fire island. Jane dow you realize this can get confusing if you don't know the area but if you keep in mind that all of the victims were left next to ocean parkway whether it be an intact corpse or dismembered one. It's easier to see why they appear to be connected to a single serial killer search for bodies along ocean parkway intensified. The remains of two more women found but unlike the other victims. These women were decapitated and dismembered. Their hands and heads were buried near gilgo. The rest of their remains were found years ago. Forty five miles away in mandeville. These last two victims are known as a manner will to. They were eventually identified as jessica taylor and valerie mac jessica skull hands in one of her forearms were all wrapped in plastic and found along ocean parkway torso had been found. Two thousand three in mandeville. Just go is twenty years old. Should come from washington dc and had been arrested on more than one occasion for sex work. She was last seen the manhattan port authority on july. Twenty six two thousand and three about a week. After the discovery of jessica's body parts the head right foot and hands of the second of the matter ville two were found and through. Dna police connected the remains to a torso found. Eleven years earlier. I some hunters mandeville not far from where jessica taylor tour had been found unlike jessica taylor who had been identified by tattooed near. You're hip identity of this. Last victim jane doe six remained unknown until may twenty eighth of two thousand and twenty. That's when suffolk county police. Commissioner geraldine heart surprised the public by announcing made a break in the case. Thanks to the work of our detectives and our partners with the fbi. Today we are announcing that jane doe number. Six has been positively identified as valerie mac. Valerie mack who was twenty four years old in two thousand and when she went missing was described as five feet tall and approximately one hundred pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. She was working as an escort in philadelphia at the time of her disappearance family members last saw her in the spring or summer of two thousand in the area of port republic new jersey so back to two thousand eleven there were now ten bodies or body parts found along ocean. Parkway the question on everyone's mind could one person have killed all ten of these victims or does the fact that some of the victims were dismembered to were black. One was male the that mean that there was more than one killer. Here's former police. Commissioner dormer addressing suffolk county legislature on the subject. Which don't believe it's one. Keller at this point unless we get information that would change that. But here's why some might think the mandeville to in the gilgo four are connected beyond the fact that there remains were found just a handful of miles from each other. All six of these women were involved in sex work all were last seen. During the summer months and at least to the four gilgo women had received unusually large cash offers for their time thousand dollars or more. I think you know he. He knows how to gain compliance. He's probably charming. He's talker and he. He motivates them with a significant amount of cash overnight. It's almost an awfully can't refuse these girls at desperately trying to make money and they have to work hard for it. Two hundred dollars one hundred dollars Would get that overnight for a thousand or as in ama- costello's case a fifteen hundred dollar off so they let their guard down and they just get pulled into his web killer was also cutting enough to manipulate them into meeting him in locations or no security cameras capture them. He insisted on a go shooting details over the phone so no written records of their dates exist and finally it was an undeniable connection between the physical type of women. He saw it. All were petit around one hundred pounds and very young. But many can't get past the fact that jessica and valerie the manner to had been dismembered. Could this be the mo of a different killer. We went to manville to try and figure it out. So we're coming up on it. Now is a little slow here right before the stops herpin. We found the spot. Where jessica taylor torso had been left back in. Two thousand and three mandeville is forty miles away from gilgo beach where the first four women were found reportedly wrapped in burlap. Looks like yeah. We're spot on so it's gonna be right here. If burlap four half into significant amount of time later. that could be something he developed. We don't know win valerie. Mac exactly went missing. We know she was last seen in the summer of two thousand. We know her body was found in november of two thousand. That would mean that three years later when he kills jessica taylor. He does the same thing he dismembered. The body leaves the torso out here. And then puts the body parts over on ocean parkway jessica taylor's body though torso is found within a week. That's when he realizes this is a no go. But nobody's finding anything on ocean. Parkway i'm gonna just do ocean parkway not bother exactly and.

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"twelve month" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

07:13 min | 7 months ago

"twelve month" Discussed on Unraveled: A Long Island Serial Killer

"Ten bodies uncovered. And whoever's responsible is still there. Do you want to start with how this entire thing started. It was a sex party. please make mistakes. They're only but needs one day. Said your whole fucking family's done it. Does anybody who knows how to kill some and get away with it. It's a cop. Somebody's just keeping the cover up going from. Id and joke productions. This is unraveled. A seven part. Podcast we're going to show you that everything you think you know about the long island. Serial killer is wrong in june of two thousand and ten twenty two year old. Megan waterman mysteriously vanished after walking out of a holiday inn. In the town of hot dog in suffolk county. So how did the megan waterman missing persons base. Get on your radar. So i was on a story about manning's lounge and visited a website and as a missing person fractions. Figured i'd just check that out. And i saw that waterman was missing a few miles from my house. They never heard anything about it. Nobody's talking about ed and it's like this young girl and nobis outrage nothing. That was journalist jacqueline gallucci. At the time of megan's disappearance she was working at the long island press amid with her at a diner and hop hog just a few short miles from where meghan was last seen. Jacqueline called the detective in charge of the case and learn that megan was a single mom who had been struggling to make ends meet and turn a sex work to supplement her minimum wage job. She came down with her boyfriend from the on the six hour bus trip and they had come they will come to long island maybe once or twice a month regularly and she work so this was not her first time here. On the night of sunday. June six negative made arrangements to meet a date at one thirty. Am the last time she was seen was walking away from the holiday inn on surveillance footage and she's never seen again. This surveillance video has never been released to the public. She called her daughter few hours before that to take a night and she left her phone belongings in the hotel room. She walked out into the darkness. And that was it mega boyfriend. Akeem cruz was investigated but cleared as possible suspect. In her disappearance he was however charged for bring meghan across state lines. the purpose of prostitution. I talked to the detective name and it started coming out that she had ads on craiglist. And that's really the case at the time. It was really a police escort business in october of two thousand ten. Jackie story about meghan made the cover of the long island press. It was ominously titled loss girls when women go missing on long island some matter prostitutes. Don't what happened after that story came out. There were a lot of a lot of people didn't know about the story. A lot of people actually did care. There were also a lot of negative comments about. Oh well she was a prostitute. She was a sex worker. Would you expect and that was like upsetting especially for the family. As megan's family waited for answers suffolk county. Police were searching for another missing. Sex worker named shannon gilbert shannon was reported missing by her mother in may of that same year when you were investigating beg water. Did you know anything about shannon gilbert. Now that was after they found the first remains. That's my about china gilbert member. When the i landed on your debts yes not the exact day but approximately we now know that china gilbert disappeared on may first but one of my commanders came into my office sometime in june. To tell me chief we got some issues. And i said okay. Sit down for me in. Dominic verona is the former chief of detectives for the suffolk county. police department. Also fill me in on the disappearance of megan waterman on which is about the same time. And that's when i was first I into the case and became aware of of the facts. It was a tremendous amount of effort as ensued on december eleventh. A canine officer named john molina took his sniffer dog out to ocean parkway and makes a gruesome discovery dog gave me an indication which means its tail started Wading he started sampling. The air at that point. I started the skeletal yellow remains of the body. When he finds skeletal remains your notify. Mealy yes and what was your initial thought. We'll assume that Sean you're the search for more evidence led to another body then another then another all of them along ocean parkway near gilgo beach. None of them were shannon gilbert. What was your reaction. Two days later when the three other bodies were found shock. I've trained with the fbi. I've trained with about profiling and serial killer run investigations and I really knew what we had particularly. Since the bodies were In a nearby cluster and basically they were all disposed of in a similar manner so we knew we had a serial killer immediately. The victims became known as the gilgo for the first identified was meghan waterman. I was really upset. Because i felt like i knew her. I had her picture on my desk and everyday looked at it. And it was missing poster and i remember the day they found her taking the poster down and just writing found on it and i was just a little upset that we thought that she was trafficked. No one thought that she was murdered. So it's just crazy..

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"twelve month" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"twelve month" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"San Diego chargers this is no. Moved away. We'll like. I'm facing a similar crisis because the Indians are probably gonNA change their name. The redskins are are the Washington football team? Is probably going to be the Cleveland spiders at some point, which was their original name from the eighteen hundreds interesting her ray. Co Eight League. Well, you'll have saying that one day. One day. We'll talk I'm curious about your mindset because I know it's like. Well, in your in your new book, twelve months to one million, I know that's one of the chapters. Dedicate is the mindset and it sounds like obviously starting up from scratch anywhere you you gotta have a good mindset. So you obviously have a great one. You're human though so you're again valleys in your ebbs and flows I'm imagining. But what are some principles that you can live by day to day week to week to keep your head on straight with that pack if I if I could just pass one on, it'd be the longer term. You can think the better decisions you'll make. because. There's so many of us are in this after like, what is the immediate result going to be? But the longer you can think the better your results will be even in the short term. Give one of my mentors last week and were about ready to get to launch the single the capital's incubator, which is where we're going to be investing in advising a group of brands that come follow our process. And the person said to me. You'RE GONNA WANNA do like a really big launch out of the gate name again. FIVE MILLION DOLLARS And they said, but you need to find a way to sell this in a way that gets better over time and doesn't require you to the exact same thing that you did this time again next. That completely may be changed the approach of okay. If I want to be selling this five years from now, ten years from now, how I need to sell this now, because one was stacking the deck for really big launch right now but no long-term momentum but another would require me to go really small right now. But played me a better position five to ten years from now. And so there was a little bit an ego pill that I needed to swallow in order to make the decision of how am I going to promote this in a way that will be growing five years from now. On. All my cards in here and then have nothing to be doing the exact same thing five years from now. So if you can think about five ten years from now and do those things now you will get even better results even in the short. So that's that's. The one thing that I wish I could pass on every entrepreneur. How do you A.? It's interesting. Said this. We interviewed Steven Kotler the other week. Flow resurgent totally butters long company name but he was he said something about how when you envision yourself years I think it's passed like two or three years he started disassociate with that being you. So you Kinda. You almost like the goals are someone else's goals the further out in the future that you set them. So it's sometimes harder for people to stay with their goals and actually pumped up. It's like weight loss you want WanNa. Go lose one hundred pounds or whatever. In the three year plan, are there any things? that. You would do to stay on course or motivates yourself for someone else for? Vision light that yes. So you brought up weight losses, the example So I I worry about one eighty right now at the end of a bulk I, WANNA come down about one sixty and I was telling somebody I realize now that I don't have to lose twenty pounds I have to maintain one sixty. Yeah. So. Because I I know how to lose twenty pounds But I I.

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"twelve month" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"twelve month" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Of people talking about that what is that? That's This is some contra. Brain swelling nobody does notes are actually our lead magnet from these episodes. So to get people on our mailing list after listening to this episode, they could go grab the notes that we took on this episode. So and it's like in-depth cliff's notes right it. So that's that really shaped our business model is that's how we grow our list is the podcast to the new to the notes that we take, and then we are monetization is through affiliate marketing and our equity deals. Amazing. Fantastic a cool story. Catalysts you Sir Thank You give us the because you've done some amazing things that are last like a contributor of capitalism dot com for I. Think it was about a year or so what a few years ago we're saying it's like twenty years ago. Speak in years. Yeah. Yeah. Take his back though because I know you've done some interesting things before then. Did some exits scaling you have a book now. So yeah, we're to Ryan start in I. Mean I'm I'm best known for building, physical products brands and my biggest success stories taking a six hundred dollar investment growing out with my partner Matthew to business that was pacing about ten million dollars in top line revenue we sold that at a five x multiple, which at the time was was a lot effing in two thousand seventeen with we finalize the exit. Nice and so that's that's where I made sixty to seventy percent of my. And then I have my podcast couples dot com the put all my attention after the exit into is not comparable formula inspire entrepreneurs and to to push against what I see is the movement that is kind of peaking at this point of anti capitalist. Movement as so might my background is growing up or in Cleveland Ohio and always wanting to be an entrepreneur and being a young kid who? Didn't have anything on. To be a shot and now I kind of get my excitement by backing the other kids who didn't have a shot and giving them a clear plan to have a successful business, and that's what we do a capitals com. So where so obviously, the Cleveland Indians goal came in because he grew up in Cleveland. What made you decide? I want to I want to own a baseball team one day where did that that whole goal trajectory come from? Kidney not since nine years old I wanted to be the general manager of a baseball team that was my dream job GM specifically. That's interesting. Yes. I wanted. So I've always been you ever see a mighty ducks remember Charlie with the main character played by the guy from Dawson's Creek. And what time what time he goes into a into. His coaches often he's like I make a better manager than I would've player coach that was me I played baseball but my but I was always I was a kid I would make up a line of give it to my coach but this is what it should be. Wow. You're wrong about your lineup is this. What should be half the time? I wasn't even on it We WanNA. Win. Bench. Not Look for look splitters..

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"twelve month" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"twelve month" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Locked back there so true. All right. Well Yeah. So save some stories Matt. Know. But This is actually our first time interacting through voice I mean there's been some email exchanges but. So, you actually had a huge impact on the trajectory of our business. So you you had a podcast I believe it was one where Mike Dillard interviewed you and you guys talked about the concept of platform building build a big platform focused on building the platform, and then once you built it, then you can monetize by selling affiliate products or even taking equity and people's companies right and we heard that podcast I listened to the whole thing. I actually took notes on the podcast told. The podcast sent him my notes that I took on the podcast and that sort of shaped what we did with our business model we decided let's go and build a podcast. Let's build a huge audience once we have a huge audience, then we can go and leverage that audience into sort of rev share advisory deals, things like that into other companies, and that's literally what we've done over the last we've been in business together for thirteen years but. That's the last four years of our business is growing this podcast building the platform, and now we've actually got equity positions in two different software companies that has been pretty lucrative, and that was sort of something that that interview that you did with Mike. Dillard sort of drove us on that trajectory. That's great and my favorite part of this story is that you took legitimate notes because like every every cheesy webinars starts with my WanNa grab a pen and. On today's on today's lesson. Yeah. So the fact that you actually did makes me really happy that's great. I'm so glad that was impactful for them. So gladys been lucrative for A. Better actually in new thing, we take notes because of his notes from your podcast with Mike. We now take notes on every single episode that we do to. Actually Avenue Take Right now listening to this fabulous baseball discussion is probably going to make its way into some note. To a newsletter all this stuff. So it's what is your note takers name Sue..

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"twelve month" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"twelve month" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Where I've been thinking about planning out this twelve month journey where every two weeks, and it literally is like a twelve month kind of roadmap where we thought about making almost like a cartoon map, and you know, every two weeks you get a new class with new mile. Stone, and you've got an end destination that we're taking you to twelve months later. But you when you do that it's hard to do live coaching calls, very hard. If you make it sing sequential. I would never recommend you do that. Right. A lot of courses are like drip, courses like that. Yeah. But you can't add people in the fourth month with people that are first month. Right. Some people try and do that. But I get frustrated when I'm in, of course, like that. No. You're like, what do you mean? What are the talking about? When is that? What month, you know? I could already see it. So that's that's why this has been really a really cool Pitney. How do you choose the people that you select to coach on your life calls? We have a very extensive qualification process through our certification program. I have people that evaluate their coaching and evaluate their teaching and give them really strong feedback and make them, you know, test everything so one of. The things in my industry, the super important in terms of coaching is this ability. We call the hold the space because we're not just coaching people on their businesses. We're not just mentoring. Right. We're really taking people into the depths. And so we really prequalify everyone to make sure that they're super good. And then, you know, we test them out and get feedback from our clients and students and make sure that it's a good fit. And then those are the instructors most of our instructors are master certified. So they've gone through my master certification program. So I feel pretty confident and the people we have we have doing that. But have to tell you this like in the beginning. I was doing all the coaching and you get this idea. So this is it's interesting that you had said you had tried to kind of go to the other extreme or nothing was about you. And now, you're kind of going back to being about you. But I think there's a beautiful in-between place that I have landed. And where yes, it's about me. And it's about my teachings, and it's about my curriculum. But I don't have to be the one that teaches it to you. And. Don't have to be the one that coaches you, and that's what's made everything leveragable because I think I don't know that this is true. But I think if I had tried to like exit out of this business and not be a part of it. I think I would a lost everybody. But I also can't be the one all the time. Either. Does that make sense? So it's kind of like trying to find this balance, which I think is is a really good way of thinking about it. Like, yes, Mike, we want you. But we can also have someone else. Teach us stuff too as long as you've trained them and new trust them, right right out. Jill do any kind of like welcome on boarding phone calls or okay? So like, it's just via Email, we do have a customer service. So like if you want to call our customer service for help, you can we also have within scholars we have a ten minute coach coaching session, we call.

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"twelve month" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"And that is in that twelve month Pisces sub period. That's the activation of that Saturn in a night chart and him since this is releasing from the lot of spirit feeling frustrated and feeling like he took a loss basically during that that period. But then what happens is his mother took a video of that does send a family and she post on YouTube. She started posting other videos for him of him on YouTube of him singing and within a few months. He started getting like, lots thousands of followers, and then just just a few months afterwards in that period. He started getting a huge following. Ng and then the in the very next period. Once it went into the areas fifteen month Aries period, which is the sign of the lot of fortune that ends up being when he he gets discovered. So I used as an example because you know, it's not a clean example, because it's not just only the most positive planet or only the most negative planet. But it's a good example of how when you have the those two planets in the same sign or the same quadruplets ity the personal experience extremes of positive negative. Definitely. And it's interesting to see these different mixes or different configurations of the benefits malefic in particular with regard to these periods because everyone has a different mix. And so some people do have them either like in the same sign here is kind of like the most extreme. But in the same quadruplets ity say so there's like say like a banana benefit and malefic activated at the same time. Some of them have only one benefit active activated at one time or one malefic and so forth. So they're all different mixes of what you can experience during these periods, depending on where the planets are in your chart. Yeah. And there's a bunch of different possible combinations. In terms of in terms of that. In terms of the four the tube ethics and the two malefic the different combinations. You can have we recommend focusing on the most extreme benifit and extreme malefic because as gonna stand out the most and a person's chronology, but ultimately, it is a combination of all of them. And there is also other factors about planetary condition. Like, which one is earlier and said Eichel order, which one is overcoming the other. Are there conditions of like Banovic ation and maltreatment or mitigating conditions that alter the condition of the benefit and malefic because that's gonna alter how extreme it is in in terms of being positive or negative? And there's other things that go into that that are part of the basic sort of preliminary native Natal analysis of the chart that is all the background stuff. That's supposed to build up to this point. 'cause this is one of the things about the time Lord techniques. That's tricky. And this is why teach them at the very end of my cores like zodiac releasing as the final center, not centerpiece, but the final culmination of. Helen ist chorus because you're supposed to take all of the basic concepts and building blocks that you learned in just building up the birth chart and understanding all the basic placements in it, and what their potential is based on the condition of the planets in the chart, and then you applies at Ike releasing.

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"twelve month" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Have a twelve month lease funding sources almost universally require that for instance, if I'm going to help somebody with rent for a month because they're in a crisis. If they don't have a twelve month. Lease the funny source that I have at my fingertips to use doesn't allow it because that's one of the criteria. I think about they say on the signs monthly weekly places along boulder highway or throughout town is that the sort of thing where you would not have a lease that would allow you to access the services that you're referring to doubts among them. But I'm talking about. Nutrient in the senior apartment industry where a lot of communities are not reissuing annual leases to tenants. What they're doing is giving them a month to month lease which means they can stay there. But they also have the prerogative as managers to evict them. If another person comes along was willing to pay more, or if for instance, there's a subsidy program that midyear gives permission to raise the rental little bit. They can take advantage of that versus being locked into a twelve month lease with this tenant. So not calling anybody anything. But I'm thinking it though. But the concern I have is there's a lot of senior citizens out there who are finding themselves homeless for the first time that just rips me up because my heart's really with them, and they don't have any other additional resources. They can't go out and get additional work. They can't make additional money. I work with them all the time to try to help them cut expenses. So they're prepared for unexpected expenses when they come and you can only do so much. So we want to be able to assist with transfer trends, and they come out there and many different ways many of which produce homelessness and more people on the streets about two-thirds, the people on the streets are men, another third female, there's all kinds.

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"twelve month" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"So for me, it means I don't have to be following them up the CPA or first aid and that kind of stuff. So that's a good business thing to have off my plate, and means I know they've done at least a twelve month certain look at three hundred fifty try writing and the other thing that they I'm really big on the they have. To be doing a person practice. I don't want any tissues rocking up at class to do their practice that is not on. So I think that's I've been the classes where I've just had a teacher in the front of the room doing her own thing talking as she does it not a single only on the student. I don't want that. I don't want it anymore studio if you teaching your teaching these people, and you're doing your personal practice at time. And you know, they're not doing a personal practice. So again that help personal practising coming back. That's really important. So there's a few things that I look at for that. And so he drop into your teaches classes every now and again now, and then that's pretty funny when I do that. I don't think I'm all that scary. But some of them uncomfortable. Some of them are very comfortable, which is great. It's really go to classes because I want to go to class to. That's that's a great thing to do. I think is doing it enough that it doesn't feel like a scary kind of assessment. It's yeah. Why to have a lovely community between teaches studio and going to be inspired by. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I encourage all of the teachers to come along to classes can come to any cost. I want for free. So it's part of the package. I guess if you want to get call pretty so. Yeah, that's great. If they can come along to other teachers classes and supports that community as well. And tonight. So I think if you're a student you see you teach your daughter. Yeah. And so I guess this is a question. I'll it'd be asking on behalf of say a new teach who doesn't know you who has the relevant qualification. What else do you look for in a taped show alongside their writing that code emails? What I'm looking for is it that Email, he's not cold? So they should have rocked up to my studio at some point, you know, get people called calling me a bit. And if they've never been in my frontal, they have no idea what we're about what I would expect of them. Like this. Exactly. Right. So my biggest my biggest thing is if your plying for job in the studio, you start going to the classes and not just one class, but go to a few of their classes, check out all the teachers say what they're offering if it's going to resonate with you. If you can offer something in the ethic range, I guess in in what they teach you. Whether you're going to offer something a little bit different. That's something that you can say up into these classes, and I think I could offer this to support I get that a bit going to say it's a little bit annoying. When these people have never been to any of my classes, I don't even know them used to have a tiny studio in a garage that held three people and then get these international teachers ailing me to run works. Don't like. Have you looked at my words? Yeah. Now, that's the thing that probably annoys me the most when I get those emails that he'd like to to finish are always really want to Ana an thank my teachers. And so, you know, surely to start with les bless is just been so incredible. He's an amazing person and teacher in Yogi and influence in this area in strategy for yoga teaching and your therapy. And he's been an incredible teacher for me. Janet lands K. Try both incredible inspiring women that just feel very fortunate to be part of their world and Paul wooden who is so inspiring..

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"twelve month" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"So for me, it means I don't have to be following them up the CPA or first aid and that kind of stuff. So that's a good business thing to have off my plate, and means I know they've done at least a twelve month certain look at three hundred fifty try writing and the other thing that they I'm really big on the they have. To be doing a person practice. I don't want any tissues rocking up at class to do their practice that is not on. So I think that's I've been the classes where I've just had a teacher in the front of the room doing her own thing talking as she does it not a single only on the student. I don't want that. I don't want it anymore studio if you teaching your teaching these people, and you're doing your personal practice at time. And you know, they're not doing a personal practice. So again that help personal practising coming back. That's really important. So there's a few things that I look at for that. And so he drop into your teaches classes every now and again now, and then that's pretty funny when I do that. I don't think I'm all that scary. But some of them uncomfortable. Some of them are very comfortable, which is great. It's really go to classes because I want to go to class to. That's that's a great thing to do. I think is doing it enough that it doesn't feel like a scary kind of assessment. It's yeah. Why to have a lovely community between teaches studio and going to be inspired by. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I encourage all of the teachers to come along to classes can come to any cost. I want for free. So it's part of the package. I guess if you want to get call pretty so. Yeah, that's great. If they can come along to other teachers classes and supports that community as well. And tonight. So I think if you're a student you see you teach your daughter. Yeah. And so I guess this is a question. I'll it'd be asking on behalf of say a new teach who doesn't know you who has the relevant qualification. What else do you look for in a taped show alongside their writing that code emails? What I'm looking for is it that Email, he's not cold? So they should have rocked up to my studio at some point, you know, get people called calling me a bit. And if they've never been in my frontal, they have no idea what we're about what I would expect of them. Like this. Exactly. Right. So my biggest my biggest thing is if your plying for job in the studio, you start going to the classes and not just one class, but go to a few of their classes, check out all the teachers say what they're offering if it's going to resonate with you. If you can offer something in the ethic range, I guess in in what they teach you. Whether you're going to offer something a little bit different. That's something that you can say up into these classes, and I think I could offer this to support I get that a bit going to say it's a little bit annoying. When these people have never been to any of my classes, I don't even know them used to have a tiny studio in a garage that held three people and then get these international teachers ailing me to run works. Don't like. Have you looked at my words? Yeah. Now, that's the thing that probably annoys me the most when I get those emails that he'd like to to finish are always really want to Ana an thank my teachers. And so, you know, surely to start with les bless is just been so incredible. He's an amazing person and teacher in Yogi and influence in this area in strategy for yoga teaching and your therapy. And he's been an incredible teacher for me. Janet lands K. Try both incredible inspiring women that just feel very fortunate to be part of their world and Paul wooden who is so inspiring..

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"twelve month" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"So so that's what I go. I created this whole program co world class leaders. We have a ninety day program where we're working with them. We're taking them through this bit. This framework called the map which she's a monetize their expertise, amplify their message to the power of speaking and then promote their personal brand. That's we have a ninety day program at me of a twelve month. Mastermind. I'm excited about that. We just launched that we're doing different experiential intensive location, like a events in different locations similar to what you're doing, a Bali, which I'm excited to go and be a part of and the Yemen. It's my life's work. I'd love it. This is what I really enjoy doing. Always being investor doing startup stuff. But ultimately me when I started doing that work that we were talking about spiritually. It was like, what do I want to bring to the road? Who am I? Like? Why am I here. And for me, it was like I wanna work for powerful leaders and I wanted to in in for me. It's not so much of a startup. Like I wanna I wanna do something that is like hands on because I did the, I've done like running courses and things like that. And that wasn't through for filling in for me. It was like, I got the most filming when I was in the room with people, and I was yes, people like I am with you. Wait now on a call in like face to face, working with them, teaching them how to step up and become a world class leader. So that's what I'm doing bro. I love it. I'm excited about it and. And going all in on that man and anybody who wants to learn more about that I do is go to world class leader dot com and come into the world in, we'll set up a call and see if you know, I'd say I learn more about your goals and you're doing and see if it's a fit. Love a MAC and feel the passion just using through the phones. That is amazing. Love it, love it. You know, it's interesting. I remember having a conversation with y'all. Ya. I probably was about a month or so back and he said something so profound. He said he asked the question. He posed this, he asked. Would you like to be the flower or the b? And he said the b.'s Goto the flower. Yeah, the flower, the beasts come to it, and it was just really profound hit me so on. I was like, dude, that is sore. Frigging like I'm always even in my spirit is always wanted to be the the flower right. Cool to be the be to learn. But ultimately the goal is to be the flower people come to it, you know, and now it's just profound. He's a great guy, man love his energy love what you guys are creating together and nor doubt, you're going to just tear the world apart and put new amazing things in place and and reinvent some incredible things. And I'm excited to see what you guys can know doing the world soy. Thank you so Marshall, Sharon, that man real quick. What is like? What are your habits or what's a kind of a day in the life for drought atoms just for the listeners that are listening that. Because I believe habits is such a crucial thing because they're the small percentages add up to the big percentage of the end of the day, what could they implemented alive to really find Sheree to optimize laugh like you have to become a well cost later. Yeah. You know, for me, it always starts the night. You know, first of all album gonna give you like my daily life is like on a day in a life of of of me as a request entrepreneur, but. Also for me, I really believe it starts with like planning out long-term too. I think your habit like one of the biggest habits that I that I really brought into my life, which I think is really important before just getting into the daily is I really looking at your life in creating a five year financial plan and also a plan for your personal life and for your finances..

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"twelve month" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Zero to twelve months experience and Gracie combative is distillation of over six hundred techniques down to the. Four thirty six that we have been teaching the US army for about the last twenty five years. So you basically the mindset of that program is you might not be able to commit ten years to jitsu, but if you can commit, you know, six months, eight months, twelve months. Every single technique that you learned during that twelve month period is going to be something that you absolutely can't live without like, literally, these are the nuts and bolts of jujitsu. And oftentimes schools don't have a beginner program at all. So you might show up to a BJ school and they say, okay, come on into class, and you're in a class with Brown and black belts, and you're a white Bill. And obviously in that case, they're going to be teaching tailoring to the more advanced students. So you just become a grappling dummy. And that's why so many people have tried you jitsu and had negative experiences is because schools don't do a good job of creating entry level, beginner programs that have no intensity, no sparring, no fighting there. Literally just learning the pieces of the puzzle. They're learning the alphabet. In those beginner. Thirty six techniques twenty three classes. Once you go through that program, right? And here's the cool part. It's a twenty three lesson thirty six techniques, twenty three one hour lessons. It's a cyclic program. So of today's class number twelve, tomorrow's thirteen fourteen and it goes through the entire month like that. And the best part is this program that we created in that all of our schools teach, I can only speak on behalf of ours. That program you can start at any time in the cycle and you can complete the Twenty-three lessons in any order. So this is where the kind of the real genius of the curriculum is, is that a beginner can show up literally on class number twelve, have zero experience ever doing jujitsu do that class and not feel overwhelmed or confused or like they're missing pieces of the puzzle because we teach every single lesson in the Gracie combative program as if every student is there for their first time so that you can imagine for a beginner is very important because otherwise you're always feeling like you're missing pieces of the puzzle and why don't I know the moves that they're referencing and what are they talking about in the language being used? So confusing. That never happens in our program. You come in and you're taking care of every single class in what you do is you keep swimming in this pond. This Gracie combat as pond for, like I said, eight to twelve months. Once you graduate, you take test on all those thirty six techniques demonstrating high proficiency, fluidity muscle memory. And once you have those core concepts understood, then you go into another program and it's like, now you're in the ocean of ju jitsu, right? But you don't go into the ocean until you can swim in a pond or a pool, and that's the analogy, and that's the situation we've built and why are schools are growing at a rate that few others are is because we see we capture and keep the beginners so safely. And so effectively, you kind of engage in jujitsu in a way that they can actually learn and be proficient from day one. It's like when you know to surfing school and literally the first day you go to surf, you're standing up and you're writing waves. And every day after that you're writing waves, you're writing waves. You're writing waves. We've figured that out for jujitsu. Whereas most other schools you show up to surf camp and they say, here's a board, there's the waves. Go out there, figure it out and you're struggling for the first six months. You'll eventually learn how to serve, but it sucks for the first six months to a year. And then finally, you poke your head up and you go, hey, I know how to serve. But the question is how many people even last six months swimming in the ocean with the board and crashing waves..

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"twelve month" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Again right now again you know you wouldn't know because you have never really seen him up movie so fucking moving it stunk i'm sorry didn't did you that's no that's care no because it wasn't good one of the twelve month movies you can't say you've watched so one that's i was up at moving not the anyway regardless this is what they said it is only that offense deliberate choice to invoke and commercially misappropriate sesame name in goodwill in marketing the movie and thereby cause consumers to conclude that sesame is somehow associated with the movie that has infringed on and tarnished assessment street mark and goodwill says no sesame street tagline has confused in paul viewers but like i don't know maybe you're right trill but at the same time i think the people it's confusing are probably watching the trailer so then like legally like i i mean for sure probably have grounds on this i mean i'm not even arguing that not gonna pretend i'm a lawyer here what i think that's i don't actually think they're confusing people who do consume like the sesame and if you're a parent and you're confused by you're just a fucking idiot i mean that's bottom line on i think that a re look they got to look out for the business as somebody who loves parodies and has oper rated parody accounts in the past like i liked the parody aspect but yeah sesame street's gotta look out for the street man it real question is which sesame street character they send a court to defend themselves who'd he thinks the best adept to represent them sammy single.

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"twelve month" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on Bigmouth

"So what is it that makes i haven't most fitness into my busy schedule that sets this apart from you stunned the political drama which can often be very funny russell t davis writing dialogue is hilarious lettuce that was this movie find the news on b movie cargo is now streaming on that fix mountain freeman and his family are in the straighten out but seeking sanctuary from a zombie outbreak of course is that it's gonna be about pandemics without giving too much away he ends up and loan carrying his baby rosie in a package on his back and with very urgent reason to get to safety that's a taste i people of saying the first paper who still baby sitting at hunting potties if you wanna give this baby a second chance today all's twenty two it's not gonna happen i don't think dole's on the horizon that was conquered from netflix motion freeman has gone from being the offices nice oh bore pot to man of marvel films and hollywood possibilities now he starts starting this walkabout meets short movie in which a couple in the twelve month old baby offset adrift we can't give too much away linda quite a fan of this one can you talk for did like basically this is based on a seven minute short was made by actually ben howling and you'll under i'm kate australian directors and developed into a feature film and it's about this man who basically is you know there's an epidemic we don't know yet his him and his wife and the baby on the boat and eventually his his wife is bitten by.

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"twelve month" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twelve month" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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