On this week's episode of Getting to the Bottom of It, Host Sejal Govindarao discusses the semester's top headlines with the Hatchet's news team -- Finance & Administration Editor Isha Trivedi, Health & Science Editor Ishani Chettri, Academics Editor Nick Pasion, Metro Editor Zach Blackburn, Student Life Editor Faith Wardwell, and Student Government Editor Lauren Sforza
Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher unloaded on Alabama coach Nick Saban on Thursday and his comments took the college football world by storm. Is the Morning 5 here for it? You had better believe it. Jonah Booker joins Dave Biddle to talk a lot about the Fisher-Saban feud, including of course the hilarity of it, but also whether both men were actually speaking the truth. Bottom line? If you like dramatic movies or soap operas, your favorite one pales in comparison to what we saw yesterday. Also on the docket, which true freshmen can help Ohio State this season? There won't be nearly as many true frosh that play in 2022 compared to 2021, but a few will need to round out the two deep and perhaps step up if injuries arise. Who are 10 true freshmen in particular that we feel will not redshirt and will at least be able to contribute to the Buckeyes' championship-winning efforts this fall? We break it all down. All of that plus much more is coming your way on the Friday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the markets on track for another weekly decline, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed stocks looking to rebound and whether this might indicate a bottom. The anchors also reacted to Amazon's nearly 30% decline from a month ago and Citi taking the stock off of its "Focus List." Jim explains why he believes Amazon is a buy at current levels -- and feels the same way about the defense sector. Also in focus: China cuts a key interest rate, Deere tumbles despite an earnings beat, Ross Stores joins the list of retailers getting crushed, Palo Alto leads a security stocks rally and Elon Musk strikes back against sexual harassment allegations.
DISCLAIMER The following show is in no way advice on how you should invest into cryptocurrency, always do your own research and source out the information for yourself. Shawn Silva, an Engineering Technologist who created A3C to help others navigate the blockchain landscape and Marco Carlini, a salesperson in the concrete industry are here to share a lot about cryptocurrency, blockchain, NFT's and a whole lot more.On with the show. What is Blockchain? A blockchain is a distributed system that achieves security through cryptography and consensus without relying on trust.Nearly two years studying and investing in blockchain, Shawn has learned a lot from his initial $1000.00 investment in a few currencies and he has stuck with Cardano. He believes in the Cardano mandates as he dives deep into the founder, Charles Hoskinson, please look him up.Shawn and Marco discuss the Terra Luna crash over 3 days, where it went from $160.00 to worth 0.000019 and a lot of people lost their life savings and people committed suicide. Where did that money go? That is the fear.There are two types of Blockchains, Proof of Work and Proof of State and the guys break it all down. They discuss DeFi, there are two types of exchanges, secs and decs. When you create a blockchain there is a 3-pillar system, Security, Scalability, and Interoperability. Lessons to consider when investing, diversify and have one meme/joke coin because you never know. We discuss hot and cold storages and how to set them up and the term KYC Know Your Customer. Bottom line, do your research and source out the information and make informed decisions and never look at crypto as the quick rich entity that has been portrayed in the last decade.Shared and Discussed Linkshttps://www.youtube.com/c/charleshoskinsoncryptohttps://messari.iohttps://koinly.iohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vW2BPQ15OSwhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRvqjQPSeaWn-uEx-w0XOIghttps://www.youtube.com/c/CryptosRUshttps://empowa.iohttps://www.beeple-crap.comhttps://cardanotrees.comhttps://www.cryptoboons.comhttps://www.claynation.iohttps://www.unsigs.comhttps://trezor.ioThank you Shawn and Marco for sharing so much about the digital currency age quickly approaching all of us. Find Shawn at the following @ShawnA3C on Twitter and his YouTube Channle – A3C Crypto Club Inc and on Facebook at ShawnA3C and on his email at shawn@A3Ccryptoclub.com and the website at www.A3Ccryptoclub.com and contact Marco on his email at firstname.lastname@example.org
On episode 47 of The Compound and Friends, Dan McMurtrie joins Michael Batnick and Downtown Josh Brown to discuss dotcom 2.0, the next crypto crash, executive compensation, earnings estimates, and much more!This episode is brought to you by our friends at Masterworks. Visit https://masterworks.art/compound to skip the 10,000 person waitlist. See disclaimer at mw-art.co/x.Check out the latest in financial blogger fashion at: https://www.idontshop.comObviously nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. See our disclosures here: https://ritholtzwealth.com/disclosures/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
https://square.link/u/8pNqPxKd?src=sheet Wake the Faith up Slayer… This is Garth Heckman with the David Alliance and you can reach me at TDAgiantslayer@gmail.com Brought to you by wellbuiltbody.com Gym Apparel for men and women that rocks and shocks and ain't for everybody - but just might be for you. wellbuiltbody.com Focus and Control Joe B **this conference is not going to teach you to make a million dollars, or launch an online store or how to better yourself or get thin or strong… MORE IMPORTANT! Hey your son or daughter ever get picked on by another kid? Do you or your sons a daughters get picked on verbally? What to do? THE WAR IS COMING, ARE YOUR KIDS READY? REGISTER NOW VIA EMAIL OR LOOK FOR OUR UPCOMING QR CODE ON OUR MEDIA… THIS WILL FILL UP FAST! July 9th - Saturday - A Father Daughter/Son conference called PROTECTOR! Speakers on how to protect your son and daughter Emotionally, physically, sexually, socially and spiritually. Ages 10 and up if you feel your student is mature enough. Price $100 per family. At HillSpring Church New prague south of the Twin Cities Just landed a speaker who will challenge you how to keep your kids safe from human trafficking… you say well my kid will never fall into that… oh not so fast. You obviously don't know what you are talking about… so get ready to sign up! Parents should be on Alert Part 1 In light of our upcoming conference I am going to give you a sneak peek of some of the things we will be covering. So here is a 5 part series, one point each day over the next week 3. The Ease of Access to Pornography Growing up, we might have had a few inappropriate pictures hidden under our mattresses, but porn isn't hidden today. Soft porn is flaunted as socially acceptable and hard-core porn is more accessible than ever. The average child's first exposure to porn happens between 8 and 11 years old. We must take this seriously and put protective measures in place. This threat hit close to home for us recently, as one of our boys picked up someone else's device and inadvertently was exposed to pornography. The affects were first warned to parents regarding their boys. But in todays world porn is addictive and harmful to girls as it is boys. It is becoming more and more common to have girls as early as middle school sext boys about how masculinity has to do with size, the ability to perform, your body shape, muscularity etc… Girls tend to stumble on to porn and the curiosity gets the best of them and quickly it becomes addictive due to the fantasy nature of it… rationality goes out the window and reward and risk become their own mental romance novel. Boys get addicted to it for many reasons, but pure pleasure, dopamine and control are on the leader board. Porn simply destroys the nature of human relationships by making people objects. Simply there to fulfill my wants. Sexual talk, perverse expectations and pushing the envelope to more extreme sexual behavior becomes the norm. And now it becomes all about consumption and not connection. Porn wants more… and when it gets more, it wants even more and in time it wants even more, then some more and then more. It is voracious it is never satisfied and when your teen becomes addicted to it, they crush their self esteem, they no longer feel comfortable talking to the opposite sex. To an enslaved brain, porn addiction becomes as basic a need as food and water, even all the while shutting down healthy behavior and sucking the life out of healthy relationships. But why? Simply put just like yesterdays podcast, they want to own their consumer early on and get them addicted so that they can make money off of them and control them. Bottom line, porn, sexual content, movies etc… they depict sex in a way where the human brain is rehearsing what sex is supposed to be. Their expectations become norms. It is not natural and it is not healthy and more importantly it is not Godly. Thus they are creating a greater and greater hole and void in their lives, minds, psyche and spirits.
I stumbled upon a goal-achieving strategy. And it's since become my secret weapon to reaching my goals in record time. Something magical happens when you're accountable to someone you love who looks up to you. In today's 5-Minute Drill, I share what happened with my son that has put a powerful twist on my approach to setting and achieving goals. If you want to consistently hit your goals at record speed and get the added benefit of being a role model for those that look up to you, this Drill is definitely for you! LET'S GET IT! [00:01 - 05:35] Opening Segment What our family's 10,000 steps per day challenge uncovered [05:36 - 11:55] What's The Drill? Part 1 - Think about a goal you have or want. The bigger the goal, the more impact this drill will have on it. Part 2 - Define how you're going to measure your progress towards it. You have to have metrics! Part 3 - Find your secret weapon - the nearest kid you care about and that you want to influence. If you have kids old enough, use your own (6 years old and above is the sweet spot) If you don't have kids or yours aren't old enough, grab a niece or nephew, or a friend's kid, or someone you coach. Bottom line, it has to be a kid who you would REGRET disappointing. Part 4 - Once you have your goal, your metrics for measuring progress, and your Accountability Partner, it's time to go! This is how… You have a set time to check in and update your progress with your Accountability Partner. Is it daily? Is it weekly? NOTE: For this drill, I'm not a fan of having metrics that are measured beyond a weekly basis. If you're not checking in weekly with your Partner, you're missing an opportunity for true accountability and acceleration towards your goals. [11:38 - 13:44] Wrapping Up! What's coming up on the next episode Final words KEY QUOTES “Athletes and high achievers have another gear when it comes to pursuing big goals and having a high level of NECESSITY attached to them.” - J.R. “Find an Accountability Partner, but not just any Partner…find a kid who you'd regret disappointing.” - J.R. CONNECT WITH J.R. Facebook: @jamesJRreid Instagram: @jamesjrreid LinkedIn: in/jamesjrreid/ Twitter: @jamesJRreid Website: jamesreid.com RATE & REVIEW this episode on Apple: https://jamesreid.com/review SHARE this episode with someone who wants to be challenged, pushed, and positioned to come up clutch more often. SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on any new episodes and Special Guests! LISTEN to previous episodes on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Google or whatever podcast platform you prefer!
There are not a lot of women in the water treatment industry, but those who work in the industry found the challenges and opportunities it brings valuable. My guest in today's episode is a woman in water treatment who first found success in Operations but now has discovered her purpose in Sales Management: Tammy Faber. Tammy Faber has been working in the water treatment industry for 13 years. She started her career in the paper industry 20 years ago as a Senior Buyer for power and utilities. She then worked for 12 years at Fort Bend Services, Inc. in Texas as the Administrative Services Manager and then Vice President of Operations in 2015. Tammy joined HOH Water Technology, Inc. and moved from Texas to Illinois in 2021. Switching from being the Vice President of Operations at her previous company, Tammy took on the challenge of being the Sales Manager at HOH. A role she never thought would be a fit for her, had it not for Reid Hutchison. At the age of 40, Tammy completed her bachelor's and master's of Business Administration at LeTourneau University. Outside of water treatment, Tammy loves to volunteer. She was named one of the “Top 30 Influential Women in Houston” in 2018 for her leadership and contributions to the community. She also volunteered for over 11 years with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and served as the Vice-Chairman at the Houston Metro Go Texan Committee and the School Art Auction Committee. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors at AWT (The Association Of Water Technologies), working with the board and the members to make the association thrive. Bottom line: Tammy Faber shares her career journey from being an Operations Manager to becoming a Sales Manager. Your roadside friend, as you travel from client to client. -Trace Timestamps: Finally! The Global 6K for Water is happening tomorrow [00:51] Prove how excellent you are by getting your CWT [04:40] Introducing Tammy Faber [08:23] From Operations to Sales [09:59] Realizing that Sales is the perfect fit [12:35] The biggest change transitioning from Operations to Sales [15:41] Forging a better salesperson and sales manager relationship [18:32] Getting involved with AWT and the Rising Ride Mastermind [20:00] Running for and being at the AWT Board [26:29] Tammy's message to the women in the water treatment industry [33:49] Lightning round questions [36:13] Thinking On Water With James [43:06] Thinking On Water With James: In this week's episode, we're thinking about what value you bring to your customer or facility? Are you just coming in, running your pinks and blues, writing a report, telling them what to do in your report, talking to no one, emailing the report, and leaving? Does your customer or facility find value in this? What other ways can you provide value? What problems can you solve? What control can you improve? What safety hazards can you minimize or eliminate? What value are you providing today to warrant working with you tomorrow? Take this week to think about your routine and what value you currently provide and what value you could provide in the future. Quotes: “Education is something I'm passionate about. We should always be lifelong learners, which is one of the reasons why I'm constantly growing, changing, and evolving.” - Tammy Faber “One of the things that I love about EOS is that it is about having the right person in the right seat to do the right job.” - Tammy Faber “Water treatment is not just about selling chemicals, it's about the relationship you have with the customers.” - Tammy Faber “It takes all different perspectives to make the team work.” - Tammy Faber “When the Salesperson wins, the Sales Manager wins.” - Tammy Faber “The Rising Tide Mastermind drastically impacted my stress level and my ability to process problems.” - Tammy Faber “‘Don't view yourself as just words on a paper on your resumé. Think about who you really are and what makes you great.” - Tammy Faber Connect with Tammy Faber: Phone: (847) 358-7400 Email: email@example.com Website: hohwatertechnology.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tammy-faber-m-b-a-4680649/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/h-o-h-water-technology-inc-/ Links Mentioned: 236 The One Where We Talk About Waters Treaters Changing The World CWT Prep Course Log in to AWT.org to learn more about Amplify AWT The Rising Tide Mastermind AWT (Association of Water Technologies) How to Apply or Renew Your Passport? Submit a Show Idea Events: Join Team Scaling UP! Nation on World Vision's Global 6K for Water on May 21, 2022 (tomorrow), or make a donation HERE 2022 Annual Convention and Exposition – September 21 to 24 in Vancouver, Canada Books Mentioned: Traction: Get A Grip On Your Business by Gino Wickman Revenue Growth Engine by Darrell Amy Make Your Bed by William H. McRaven Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey
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Are markets close to a bottom? Avery Sheffield from VantageRock weighs in. Plus, Eric Jackson from EMJ Capital says it's time to buy some of the “Cathie Wood” growth stocks. And, Michael Santoli tracks Apple's moves in his “Last Word.”
On this episode of MKT Call, Dan will be joined by Liz Young of SoFi and Carter Worth of Worth Charting to discuss: - Anemic rallies in the markets - Next levels for the S&P 500 - How to spot the bottom - Rates coming in - Time to get in gold? - AMAT & Palo Alto Earnings ---- Watch the show each week live at 11 AM eastern time on Thursdays on OpenExchange.TV. Sign up for our emails ---- MKT Call is brought to you by our presenting sponsors FactSet and OpenExchange. ---- Follow us on Twitter @MKTCall Follow Dan Nathan @RiskReversal on Twitter Follow @GuyAdami on Twitter Follow us on Instagram @RiskReversalMedia Like us on Facebook @RiskReversal Watch all of our videos on YouTube
On this episode of MKT Call, Dan will be joined by Liz Young of SoFi and Carter Worth of Worth Charting to discuss: - Anemic rallies in the markets - Next levels for the S&P 500 - How to spot the bottom - Rates coming in - Time to get in gold? - AMAT & Palo Alto Earnings ---- Watch the show each week live at 11 AM eastern time on Thursdays on OpenExchange.TV. Sign up for our emails ---- MKT Call is brought to you by our presenting sponsors FactSet and OpenExchange. ---- Follow us on Twitter @MKTCall Follow Dan Nathan @RiskReversal on Twitter Follow @GuyAdami on Twitter Follow us on Instagram @RiskReversalMedia Like us on Facebook @RiskReversal Watch all of our videos on YouTube
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate how close the market is to a bottom as the Dow hits a new intraday low today. Plus, Jim Lebenthal finally cuts his S&P price target, he's on to explain how he feels about stocks right now. And later, BTIG's Jonathan Krinsky says there's nowhere to hide in this market, he'll join us to explain.
Rich Dad Poor Dad, best selling author and Crypto bull Robert Kiyosaki remains bullish on the future of Bitcoin despite his warning of BTC testing a new bottom, potentially as low as $9,000 per coin. "I remain bullish on Bitcoin's future. Waiting for test of new bottom. $20k? $14 k? $11 k? $9 k? Why do I remain bullish? Fed and Treasury are corrupt organizations. They will self-destruct before they regain honesty, integrity and moral compass. Take care. Be aware." Regarding stablecoins and the recent Terra LUNA and Terra UST death spiral, Kiyosaki shared the following: "I was right: “Why STABLE COINS are UNSTABLE.” Just before stable coins crashed I warned they were unstable. Proof I was right is on Rich Dad Radio with friend & Rich Dad's crypto expert Jeff Wang. The radio show is “Will Crypto Survive” released a week ago. What did I know?" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Episode 004 of Starting 9, Jake & Carl welcome legendary Umpire, Joe West to talk all things retirement, behind the scenes & his relationship with Jake Arrieta on the mound. Before and after Jake & Carl break down their Top 5 / Bottom 5. New Segment "Jake Explains" and more stories. Plus "Starting 9: Who Would You Golf With?". 00:00:00-00:00:25 - Intro 00:00:25-00:02:47 - Jakes Internet 00:02:47-00:04:23 - Red Sox 00:04:23-00:10:15 - Juan Soto 00:10:15-00:28:02 - Top/Bottom 5 00:28:02-00:31:05 - Owners 00:31:05-00:37:35 - Rehab Starts Explained 00:37:25-01:41:15 - Joe West - 00:39:16-00:47:32 Getting Back At Players & Coaches 00:47:32-00:52:06 - Leading By Example 00:52:06-00:57:08 - Pitchers vs. Umps 00:57:08-01:03:44 - Miss Umpiring? 01:03:44-01:07:17 - Jake Vs. Joe 01:07:17-01:14:07 - Transitioning From Umpiring 01:14:07-01:19:31 - Commissioner Joe 01:19:31-01:22:39 - Gambling 01:22:39-01:25:57 - Pete Rose 01:25:57-01:34:00 - Player Fights 01:34:00-01:38:27 - Foul Balls 01:38:28-01:41:15 - Final Thoughts - 01:41:15-01:44:07 - Joe West Recap 01:44:07-01:49:30 - Starting 9: Golfers
Are you setting yourself up for success, joy, and excellent and extraordinary outcomes based on the things you choose to focus on? For example, can you choose to "Think Like a Champion?" From the locker room to the board room, Dr. Amber Selking has dedicated much of her life's work to the power of Mindset and Leadership to drive lasting change in businesses, on athletic teams, and in individual lives. Amber has turned her knowledge of mindsets into a playbook that can bring awareness, choice, and focus into your life to help you make better life decisions. Wherever you are, and whatever you're doing, you can do it better by being better. Who we are drives what we do. A key takeaway from Amber's work is this; our thoughts affect our emotions > our emotions affect our physiological response > our physiological response is what ultimately drives our behavior and, therefore, our performance. Bottom line, our thoughts, and our mindsets determine how we show up for life. Please enjoy my conversation with Dr. Amber Selking. For show notes and resources discussed in this episode, visit tammacapital.com/69. For more episodes, go to tammacapital.com/podcast. Follow Paul on Facebook and LinkedIn. And feel free to email Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback, questions, or ideas for future guests and topics.
This week Foo's kids show some interest in joining our gym, Foo learns from an Ape, Foo learns about, "three on the tree," Gym learns about his car's extended warranty and vacuum actuated motor mounts, Gym's weekend is filled with Pick-n-Pull and a GTI air intake repair, Haynes manuals are worth it, plus more.
This week on the world famous Bottom of the Stream podcast we talk about All at Sea, a 2010 movie directed by Robert Young and starring Brian Cox; James Fox and the late, great Lauren Bacall. Listen on to hear what we make of this curious British/Norwegian production which has quite the history behind it! Bottom of the stream is a weekly podcast, hosted by film lovers Adam and Nick, exploring the parts of Netflix that most people don't go to in a bid to find out what hidden gems are lurking down there Every week we rank the films we watch against each other and place them in what we like to call THE STREAM TABLE which can be found on our website www.bottomofthestream.com Follow us on Twitter, instagram and letterboxed at @bots_podcast Please consider supporting the show on Patreon, If you do we will give you lots of bonus content including early access to the episodes. Check it out over at www.patreon.com/bottomofthestream We also now have a discord so join us to hang out https://discord.gg/wJ3Bfqt
This and the next episode are where we truly start seeing the gears in Ryan Murphy's head start turning, but before we do that we're just gonna have a quick little orgy, okay? It's Sexuality, and when the kids get to have fun with it on there terms it's really nice! The rest of it less nice. Christina made a little mistake and Tanner makes incomprehensible references. If you want to contact us, we can be found at email@example.com, or @loserlikemepod on twitter. Tanner can be found @SparkyUpstart, and Christina @CWoodsArt. Check out the Corner Pod Net Discord here: https://discord.gg/Tp3jznED.
We are pleased to introduce a special edition episode of the Let's Talk Future™ podcast. In this episode, “The Great Global Reset – Have We Hit Bottom Yet?," Doron Barness, Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Equity Trading and Distribution, and Jane Ross, Managing Director of Investment Banking discuss the current global reset in financial assets, and explore the question: how do we identify a bottom? Subscribe to listen to the full episode available on all major podcast platforms. Podcast Disclosure: This podcast is the property of Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. and should not be copied, distributed, published or reproduced, in whole or in part. The information/commentary contained in this recording was obtained from market conditions and professional sources, and is educational in nature. The information presented has been derived from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed as to accuracy and does not purport to be a complete analysis of any strategy, plan, security, company, or industry involved. Opinions expressed herein are subject to change without notice. Oppenheimer has no obligation to provide any updates or changes. Any examples used in this material are generic, hypothetical and for illustration purposes only. All price references and market forecasts are as of the date of recording. This podcast is not a product of Oppenheimer Research, nor does it provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, or tax advice or recommendations. Any liability therefore (including in respect of direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage) is expressly disclaimed. Securities and other financial instruments that may be discussed in this report or recommended or sold are not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and are not deposits or obligations of any insured depository institution. Investments involve numerous risks including market risk, counterparty default risk and liquidity risk. Securities and other financial investments at times maybe difficult to value or sell. The value of financial instruments may fluctuate, and investors may lose their entire principal investment. Prior to making any investment or financial decisions, an investor should seek advice from their personal financial, legal, tax and other professional advisors that take into account all of the particular facts and circumstances of an investor's own situation. The views and strategies described may not be suitable for all investors. This report does not take into account the investment objectives, financial situation or specific needs of any particular client of Oppenheimer or its affiliates. This presentation may contain forward looking statements or projections regarding future events. Forward-looking statements and projections are based on the opinions and estimates of Oppenheimer as of the date of this podcast, and are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties as well as other factors, including economic, political, and public health factors, that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements and projections. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The performance of a benchmark index is not indicative of the performance of any particular investment; however, they are considered representative of their respective market segments. Please note that indexes are unmanaged and their returns do not take into account any of the costs associated with buying and selling individual securities. Individuals cannot invest directly in an index. Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the investment company carefully before investing. The prospectus contains this and other information. You may obtain a prospectus from your Oppenheimer Financial Advisor. Please read it carefully before investing. Oppenheimer Transacts Business on all Principal Exchanges and Member SIPC 4746522.1
Jeff Smith, Former Missouri Senator and Executive Director of the Missouri Workforce Housing Association, calls into The Marc Cox Show to discuss what the polls are looking like so far with the Missouri Primary after KMOV's results show something a little different than expected.
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Do you feel like you just can't seem to get things done? Like your productivity is at a standstill, constantly distracted, and you can't possibly accomplish all you set out to? A world-renowned expert in creativity, David Allen, holds the key to boosting your productivity. David's “Getting Things Done,” or GDT, the methodology helps you capture, clarify, organize, reflect, and engage your way to productivity. In this episode, Hala and David go deep into the five stages of GDT, talk about David's background and expertise in productivity, and give advice on how you can start being more productive today. Topics Include: - David's background and early jobs - Why productivity - Defining GDT - Five Stages of GDT - Importance of “clear space” - Best advice for a clear head - Defining “mind like water” - David's “no problems, only projects” philosophy - Bottom's up philosophy to productivity - Best practices for “outcome thinking” - The Law of Attraction - What David means by “put things in front of the door” - Tips and tricks for getting creative - Productivity blockers and how to manage interruptions - And other topics… David Allen is recognized as the world's leading expert on personal and organizational productivity. He is the engineer of GTD®, the popular Getting Things Done® methodology that has shown millions how to transform a fast-paced, overwhelming, overcommitted life into one that is balanced, integrated, relaxed, and has more successful outcomes. David's thirty-year pioneering research and coaching to corporate managers and CEOs of some of America's most prestigious corporations and institutions has earned him Forbes' recognition as one of the top five executive coaches in the U.S. and Business 2.0 magazine's inclusion in their 2006 list of the "50 Who Matter Now." David is the international best-selling author of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, Ready for Anything: 52 Productivity Principles for Work and Life, and Making It All Work: Winning at the Game of Work and the Business of Life. Sponsored By: Jordan Harbinger - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations Indeed - Start hiring NOW with a $75 job credit to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/profiting Offer good for a limited time. Credit Karma Personal Loans - Go to creditkarma.com/loanoffers to find the loan for you Resources Mentioned: YAP Episode #21: Getting More Sh*t Done with David Allen: https://www.youngandprofiting.com/21-getting-more-sht-done-with-david-allen/ YAP Episode #5: Getting Sh*t Done & Improving Your Productivity with David Allen: https://www.youngandprofiting.com/5-getting-sht-done-improving-your-productivity-with-david-allen/ David's Books: https://www.amazon.com/David-Allen/e/B001ILIG4C/ GDT's Website: https://gettingthingsdone.com/ GDT's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2328651/ GDT's Twitter: https://twitter.com/GTDtimes GDT's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gtdtimes/ GDT's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gettingthingsdone Connect with Young and Profiting: YAP's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youngandprofiting/ Hala's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Hala's Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yapwithhala/ Hala's Twitter: https://twitter.com/yapwithhala Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@halataha Website: https://www.youngandprofiting.com/ Text Hala: https://youngandprofiting.co/TextHala or text “YAP” to 28046 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Will Brinson, Ryan Wilson, and John Breech break down the top QB's into Tiers. 00:00 - Start 07:02 - Top Tier QB's 14:41 - Not Top Tier QB's but still good 29:08 - Rising Star QB's 35:48 - Game Managers and System QB's 41:29 - If you're in this tier, a future draft pick is taking your job Get 20% off Pick Six Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/pick-six?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=pick-six-collection 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Read the Pick Six newsletter here: https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/picksix/ Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Every Australian aged 50 or over will receive regular bowel screening kits to test for cancer and other complications, but there are now calls to make these tests available to younger people, as it turns out this isn't a condition that only affects older generations. A growing number of women especially - including those in their 20's and 30's - are developing bowel cancer, but often don't realise until it is too late as we still wrongly think of this as an 'older person's disease'. The Quicky speaks to two women who were diagnosed with bowel cancer in their 30's and 40's, and a specialist surgeon to find out who is at risk of bowel cancer, what symptoms to look out for, and why it seems to be increasingly common. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at email@example.com CREDITS Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Melissa Laan - Mother-of-five who survived bowel cancer in her 30's Stephanie Bansemer-Brown - Marketing and Publicity Manager for Bowel Cancer Australia, and Host of The Bottomline Podcast, who survived stage 3 bowel cancer after being diagnosed at the age of 42 Graham Newstead - Adjunct Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of New South Wales, Chairman of the International Council of Coloproctology, and Medical Director for Bowel Cancer Australia Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Jacob Round Subscribe to The Quicky at...https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stocks have been tumbling all year: The Nasdaq is down nearly 25% in 2022 and the S&P 500 is on a six-week losing streak and down almost 18% since its January high. Investors are wondering just how much more the markets will fall. In this episode of The Agent of Wealth Podcast, host Marc Bautis addresses a variety of questions we've received regarding the current state of the economy.In this episode, you will learn:What a bear market is.The factors that are contributing to the market drop.Possible courses of action that investors can take when the market drops.A list of items investors can direct their focus to that are controllable. And more!Resources:Episode Transcript & Blog | How to Analyze Your 1040 Return To Be More Tax Efficient | Bautis Financial: (862) 205-5000Timestamps:0:40 - Common Questions From Investors0:55 - Why is The Market Dropping?3:13 - What is a Bear Market?5:18 - When Will the Markets Hit a Bottom?8:03 - What Should You Do?8:23 - Why Timing Doesn't Work9:18 - What We Are Doing10:30 - Should You Buy the Dip?11:32 - What is a V-Shaped Recovery?12:34 - Things You CAN Control
In this episode, I welcome Reverend Wendy Hamilton to the show to talk about how cryptocurrencies and other digital assets fit into the larger narrative and goal of progressive politics, economic justice and a human-centered economy. Rev. Wendy is a 2022 Democratic Party primary candidate in Washington, DC, to become the District's Delegate in the United States Congress. Having worked professionally in communications on Capitol Hill, as an adjunct professor of Communications and recently as an EA to Benjamin Jealous, former President and CEO of the NAACP at the headquarters in Baltimore, Rev. Wendy participated in initiatives on criminal justice reform, civic engagement, economic inequality, and environmental justice. She has work in the areas of education, human services, non-profit advocacy, communications, and chaplaincy.POWERED BY ADVANTAGE EVANS™ ACADEMY Ready for YOUR advantage? With Bitcoin and Ethereum leading the way, the cryptocurrency market is booming. And growing. With thousands of different types of crypto (and counting), crypto is a fast-paced, fast moving emerging asset class. Find out what banks, governments, and companies like Paypal don't want you to know about owning crypto and holding it in your own wallet or self-guided crypto IRA. Bottom line? It's a wave. And you deserve this opportunity to ride it all the way to financial freedom that leads to economic empowerment and generational wealth. Learn while you earn. Safely. Legally. Confidently. transform your relationship with moneygenerate wealth in the new digital cash economycreate digital ownership streams that lead to generational wealthvet, buy, store, trade, earn, and sell cryptocurrenciesengage in “defi” to lend and leverage your cryptocreate, buy and trade creative and collectible NFTsMembership includes: monthly live masterclasseslive Q&A with our expertsactive learning milestonesheadlines and hot topicsreplay libraryresources Bank (a $500 value)preferred access to invite-only eventspreferred pricing for courses and eventsdiscounted 1:1 sessions (regularly $1,000) Join now at advantageevans.com/special. Guest Contact:Web: https://www.revwendyforcongress.com/ Twitter: @revwendy3Show Contact:Questions and requests: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow: Twitter @AtTechIntersect | Instagram @TechIntersect Web: Tech Intersect Podcast Connect for exclusive content: http://eepurl.com/gKqDyP Rapternal Music (Regulate and The Rabbit Hole) by Notty Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.Produced by Tonya M. Evans for Advantage Evans, LLC, and Stephanie Renee for Creator's Child Prod. Support the show
The temperature rising outside means that a summer time is upon us! Today on the Podcast, we have Jeannie & Samm, who are both Stewardship employees, talk about how to be a good steward of the summer break that our kids have. Bottom line in no matter how you spend your summer break, Be Intentional. You don't have to plan every moment. Kids often don't care what you do, they just want time with you. In this episode, Jeannie and Samm share what they have done with their kids over the summer, how they have overcome some challenges, and how you can teach your kids to steward their summertime well! Your call to action is to do one thing intentionally this summer that you will do different this summer than you did last summer. Make sure to share this podcast with another so they can be a good steward of their summer break with their children.
While at the Roland Wolf Event I was able to meet Eduardo. His story is one that will blow you away. Eduardo is a Caracas, Venezuela native and resided there for 28 years. Safety concerns brought him and his family to the United States. Prior to their move, Eduardo had a desire to enter the stock market and knew that becoming a trader was his calling. While in Venezuela he received a degree in Electrical Engineering and later entered an MBA program concentrating in Finance. Throughout his MBA he did not feel that the content truly matched his passions, he was introduced to a trading investment course by a professor. required a shift in his trading which led to his discovery of profits. Upon his arrival to the United States Eduardo was determined to maintain his passion for trading. He worked different positions to support his family while still maintaining his career in trading. Eduardo was strategic in removing the pressure of making a profit. Eduardo's story is one you will not want to miss. Cobra Trading Broker DISCOUNT! - https://get.cobratrading.com/bthestory/ Follow Eduardo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/edu_trades Book a 1 on 1 Call with me - https://calendly.com/bthetrader/1-on-1-talk Favorite Trading Books & Setup - https://kit.co/BTheTrader Click here to sign up for our Newsletter BTheTrader Merch - https://my-store-11542608.creator-spring.com Catch me trading live on Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/bthetrader
Leadership lessons from Patrick Cootes are firmly rooted in humility and in acknowledging the skills of others. Patrick has transitioned his career from teaching to tech, as Head of Product at Mindstone Learning. He firmly believes in earning the respect of his team and having a culture that allows for fearless feedback to each other. To help achieve this Patrick talks about rewarding the team for giving tough feedback. Patrick also commits to sharing the feedback he receives from a one-to-one openly with the whole team. We also discuss: How to have alignment in meetings Why the discomfort of disagreement is beneficial Why leaders need to refrain from speaking Managing upwards The importance of sharing ‘screw ups' ----more---- Connect with Patrick at Mindstone Website ----more---- The podcast is sponsored by RJEN | Unlocking business growth potential. Connect with the hosts Callum Jenkins Rebecca Jenkins ----more----
The Buffalo, N.Y., mass shooting: Nobody seems to have real answers or solutions, other than a slew of scrambled-together ideas and "policies" to show that well-intentioned law-enforcement and political responses were attempted. Bottom line: No new ideas so far relating specifically to the killings, but a lot of discussion on the "Great Replacement Theory," which supposedly informed 18-year-old gunman Payton Gendnon's deadly assault on unsuspecting supermarket shoppers on Saturday. ︎What happens now?
Chaz 'ceehaz' Hazlitt is a celebrity barber, former hip-hop music manager, and co-owner of the infamous Stache Barber Shop in Union, New Jersey. Chaz and his daughter, Natalia co-authored, "Charlie's first Haircut" together - a children's book detailing the ins and out of getting your first haircut as a kid through the lens of Natalia's brother, and Chaz's son, Charlie. The two had no idea they'd reach the best-seller status on Amazon when they began the project on Google Docs as a way to have fun during the shutdown. We have to thank AK40DEVIN for introducing me to Chaz as well as his cousin, Ariel, the first barber I've ever had on the show. Purchase, "https://www.amazon.com/Charlies-First-Haircut-Chaz-Hazlitt/dp/B09TMYPN7D (Charlie's First Haircut.)" Follow https://www.instagram.com/ceehazthebarber/ (Chaz) Follow their https://www.instagram.com/charliesfirsthaircut/ (IG Page) Book a Cut at https://www.stachebarbers.com/ (Stache Barbers) Thank you for helping us become a top 10% podcast in the world! Previous Guests Include https://open.spotify.com/episode/4GLGc7gqDDDZdRqj4qlmwT?si=3306a470764646d5 (Rob Dyrdek), https://open.spotify.com/episode/2h9bHhMmQmL8WSSYDcj2mf?si=2a61889cb6244fe4 (Samad Savage), https://open.spotify.com/episode/2hudFx2Bh0no9aOpNVAfhL?si=b7f7c14b327f434b (Travis Chappell), https://open.spotify.com/episode/7r7aODbOtia2BjhG5GRcHh?si=ae47b9a90c21405d (Austin Belcak), https://open.spotify.com/episode/2ceJNa3MAyZlk8Lw3rsW1Q?si=e901236209e948f5 (Young Benny), https://open.spotify.com/episode/0qZVBnOGSUcAmt4EFphNcR?si=38763a2013084f6a (Adam Miller), https://open.spotify.com/episode/6lPiZinAXh3yDdSnLShDiA?si=74dc6a03560b4de9 (The Real Johnny Bravo), and more. Please Join Our Email List for Special Offers, Q+A's, Live Podcasts, and More - To Join, https://www.sullybop.com/ (Scroll to the Bottom of This Page) Links Below: _ Watch the Video Version on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5yW2ZNS4Iq7ff_EeKe3HkQ (YouTube) @sullybop on Instagram Search 'BOPCAST' on any platform! (Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube) Visit https://www.sullybop.com/ (SullyBop.com) for more information. Big shouts to the folks who make this possible: Video - https://www.instagram.com/ferrarib98/ (@ferrarib98) Logo - https://www.instagram.com/ryannkelly20/ (@ryannkelly20) Producer - https://www.instagram.com/minishep13/ (@minishep13) Theme Song - https://www.instagram.com/jello.wav/ (@jello.wav)
Got corns? DocJen & Dr. Dom have got you covered with everything you need to know about corns. They explain what corns , how they develop, and how they differ from calluses. Then, they describe the differences between the 5 types of corns and how your footwear could be contorting majorly to the development of corn in your feet! Finally, they touch base with movement and how movement biases could be contributing to corns on your feet. Let's dive in! What You Will Learn In This PT Pearl: 0:55 - What are corns? 01:55 - How does corn develop? 04:13 - Calluses vs Corn 05:05 - Types of corn 08:25 - Combatting Corn! 12:58 - Could movement biases be contributing to corn? Watch Episode 206 on Youtube For research and full show notes, visit the full website at: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode206/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message
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Life doesn't always go as planned. It's inevitable for all of us, no matter how much faith we have. Eventually, a dying dream, a fractured relationship, a painful diagnosis, a mental illness, a financial fallout, a hurt, or a bad decision lead to the feeling of being in a dark place. The hardest part of those hard seasons might be maintaining hope in the dark. In this series, we'll talk about how to find and maintain hope when life is hard
California farmers are no strangers to drought, although the magnitude of this, a third straight dry year, has widespread and significant impacts in Sacramento Valley rice country and nearby communities. A lack of adequate rain above Shasta Dam has brought historic water cutbacks to growers on the west side of the Sacramento Valley, with a major reduction in rice plantings. This contrasts the east side of the valley, where rice acreage is expected to be normal to potentially above normal. Full rice acreage won't be known until later this spring. “We're down to 25 percent of normal rice acreage,” said grower Kurt Richter, who farms in Colusa County. “For a westside operation, that figure is actually very high this year. I'm the only person I know who is on the west side who is even planting rice at all.” The sharp reduction in rice planting will have a ripple effect along the west side of the valley, including not only rice mills, dryers, ag pilots, supply companies and truckers, but virtually all people and businesses. “We have never seen a year like this,” remarked Rick Richter of Richter Aviation. Rick has aerially seeded rice fields since the 1970s. “We're basically one-seventh of what we normally do.” Other area businesses echo Richter's comments and concerns. “You talk to some of the guys that went through drought in the 1980s and this seems to be even worse,” said Jason Bowen, Pest Control Advisor at Colusa County Farm Supply. “This affects everyone. Every person you talk to. It doesn't matter where you work at, you're completely affected.” Bowen is among those who hope state and federal aid is forthcoming, to help during a time of significant economic hardship. “Any aid would benefit everyone,” he said. “Whoever the aid does go to, it's going to trickle down all the way through the local economies in any way, shape or form.” While faced with cutbacks not seen in decades, there remains a persevering nature that is a hallmark characteristic of this region. “People here are tough. They are strong and have a way of working together to make this successful ,” said Jim Cook, Director of Research and Technology at Colusa County Farm Supply. “We know we're in for a tough go. The bottom line is we have no other place to go. This is like the Alamo for us. This is our place where we're going to make a stand and we are going to survive.” Jennifer Abel is General Manager of Luis Cairo's in Williams, a restaurant with a rich history in the valley. She said they, like so many restaurants, have had big challenges in recent years, from COVID-19 restrictions, the economic downturn and large fires in nearby areas. Drought impacts to nearby farms and ranches will likely impact their business, but she remained positive about their future. “We're really strong and united,” she said. “We have a solid foundation of families and people that have been here for a long time that have been farming and working in this community. They're going to come together, make a difference and make something happen.” Episode Transcript Jim Morris: This is normally a time of activity far and wide in the Sacramento Valley, rice planting season, including here in Glenn County. There's a disconcerting lack of tractors and airplanes working on the west side of the valley right now, as a third year of drought is impacting our region in an unprecedented way. With so much farmland idle, impacts will be strongly felt. This year will be a test like no other. Kurt Richter: There's going to be a lot of people that are not going to be able to find work this year. Rick Richter: Every person you talk to around the local community has been affected. Jim Cook: This is really like the Alamo for us. This is our place where we're going to make a stand and we are going to survive. Jim Morris: Welcome to Ingrained: The California Rice Podcast. I'm your host, Jim Morris, proud to have worked with California farmers and ranchers for more than 30 years to help tell their stories. Simply put, there is no year in memory compared to what's happening this year, especially for those who live and work along the Sacramento River. Pain will be real and widespread. We won't know the total acreage of rice planted in the state until later this spring. For now, it's clear that planting will be dramatically lower on the west side of the Sacramento Valley, and it appears to be normal to perhaps a bit greater on the east side. Kurt Richter, what's happening in your rice fields right now? Kurt Richter: We are currently wrapping up getting the 2022 crop into the ground. It has been kind of a short season for us because acres are scaled back so significantly. Our workforce is scaled back significantly too, but we're probably a week away from getting the final fields planted and in the ground. Jim Morris: One of the words that comes up a lot this year is unprecedented. Is that a good adjective to describe what you're seeing? What type of cutbacks are you having? Kurt Richter: Notable cutbacks, the worst that we've ever seen in our operation, and I'm sure that goes out industry-wide as well. We're down to 25 percent of normal, and for a west side operation like us, that's actually very high. I'm the only person I know on the west side who's even planting rice at all. But we're very fortunate, with some of the leases that we hold, where well water is available, very good river water rights are available. We're able to maximize that. However, 25 percent is still the lowest we've ever been by a large margin. Jim Morris: The impacts from that reduction extend well beyond your farm I imagine, so let's start with your farm. How does it impact you, your workforce, and then how does it impact the communities around you? Kurt Richter: Well, we're running a much leaner crew than we typically run. We just don't need the people that we normally need because we don't have the acres to necessitate it. So, a lot of the seasonal people that we typically hire this time of the year are not coming on board with us. We just don't have anything for them to do. We're getting by with our full-time guys for the most part. That's how we're scaled back. Kurt Richter: I've heard many similar stories from other growers, too. There's going to be a lot of people that are not going to be able to find work this year. And then when you extend that out to the rice dryers, the rice mills, I mean they're all going through budget cuts right now too, layoffs, paring down and trying to figure out how to survive a year where, in some areas, there is no rice at all. Jim Morris: That sound is Nick Richter seeding a rice field in Colusa County, an all too uncommon sight on the west side of the Sacramento valley this year. Rick Richter is Nick's dad, and he owns Richter Aviation in Maxwell. You've been seeding rice field since the late '70s. Rick, how different is this year compared to all of the past time you worked in rice? Rick Richter: We have never seen a year like this if you really want to know the truth. Back in the '70s, like '76, '77, I remember we were at 50 percent, and I don't recall any year quite like this. Jim Morris: For those not directly involved in farming, they may not understand that impacts from not being able to plant crops extend well beyond the farm level. How does this drought and the idled acreage impact businesses like yourself and other businesses on the west side of the Sacramento Valley in particular? Rick Richter: Well, this year as an example, Jim, last year we did 42,000 acres. This year we'll be lucky to do 6,000 acres. So, we're basically one-seventh of what we normally do. And last year was a 75 percent year, so we were even short at that following a few years of cutbacks. So, this is pretty hard to take. Jim Morris: You'd much rather be in an airplane right now? Rick Richter: Most definitely, and I've got four other pilots that aren't here would rather be flying. So, right now we just have Nick, my son, he's out flying and doing the work. And he'll be done. This is his only seeding job for the day. Jim Morris: You've been at this a long time. I imagine you don't do any of this without the thought that you have to persevere through tough years. Will you and will the region largely come through this okay? Rick Richter: Well it has to rain, Jim. We're here because of the drought, and we understand that, but we'll persevere. Jim Morris: Work is well underway to try to help third parties suffering from the drought, businesses like yourself, for the sake of this region. How helpful would that be? Rick Richter: Oh, Jim, that'd be a Godsend. If there's aid out there, we'll take it. We'd rather be working, granted. Jim Morris: How concerned are you for allied businesses? Everybody has a different structure and financial situation, but so many are being impacted so seriously this year. Rick Richter: Oh, the allied industries, I've talked to several of them so far. From the fuel suppliers, to the fertilizer companies, to the trucking companies. Every person you talk to around the local community has been affected. And it's just going to get worse. We're just hoping this is a one-year deal and we'll get some rain and come out of this. Jim Morris: I'm in the Williams area speaking with Jason Bowen, Pest Control Advisor for more than 20 years at Colusa County Farm Supply, a Chico State graduate just like myself. Jason, tell me about this unfolding year and drought impacts as you see them. Jason Bowen: Started out the winter with a lot of hope with the storms that we had in December. Progressing through the winter that kept on going down, and down, and down. And we're kind of where we're at right now. Being a PCA, and then also a rice farmer, everything we're seeing that nobody's ever seen. You talk to some of the guys that went through this in the '80s, and this seems to be even worse. On our side of it, it's nothing we've ever seen. Hopefully we'll never see it again. Jim Morris: I'm going to mention a quote I saw that you stated, and would like you to amplify that a little bit. Several years ago during an earlier time of drought you said, "California rice farmers are a special breed of people, great stewards of the land who create environmentally friendly habitat for migrating waterfowl and other species of birds. I am proud to be part of this industry, not only as a consultant, but as a farmer who instills a love of agriculture to my wife and two sons every chance I get." Awesome quote. I personally share those sentiments. So someone who does not know this Sacramento Valley area, how intertwined are rice growers with the environment and the local business community? Jason Bowen: Completely. Everything goes hand in hand from starting at the farmer going all the way down, all the businesses in one way or the other are affected. From the aerial applicators, to the ground applicators, to chemical and fertilizer distributors, mills, all the way down, trucking, grocery store. It's a trickle down to everyone. When the farmers are affected, the entire community's affected. I live in Maxwell, right in the heart of rice growing country, and I've never seen anything like it. I mean my house is surrounded by rice fields that are completely dried up, and not an acre around there is being planted besides a few fields here and there. So it affects everyone, every person you talk to. It doesn't matter where you work at, you're completely affected. Jim Morris: Not too far from Maxwell is Sites, and there is talk and hope to get a reservoir built. I know it's in the future, but how helpful would additional water storage be for the future of the valley down the road? Jason Bowen: Any additional water obviously would be completely helpful with the world that we live in. Everybody knows when the water projects were built they were managed in a way that it was for flood protection, for environment, for farming, for everything. That's obviously being pulled on a lot harder. Any shape or form where we can store more water when we do have those high water-flow years is a benefit for everybody in the Northern Sacramento Valley. Jim Morris: And looking at the here and now, it's obviously going to be a tremendously difficult year. If it does come through, how helpful would state and/or federal aid be for this region? Jason Bowen: Any aid would benefit everyone. Everyone in the communities, it's a trickle down. So whoever the aid does go to it's going to trickle down all the way through the local economies in any way, shape, or form. Jim Morris: Jim Cook is Director of Research and Technology at Colusa County Farm Supply. Jim, tell me about the drought impacts you're seeing and experiencing. Jim Cook: Well, one of the main things that we see is, being a support group for a support business like Colusa County Farm Supply, is our capacity to provide information and new products to our growers and fieldmen. The delay or the abbreviation of trying to get trials out, trying to get accurate information, and it has just changed the entire scheduling, our pace, the way our guys operate. Jim Cook: But also what it's done for us is, all of our information that we develop from a research standpoint is localized. So you can't take information let's say from the east side of the valley and bring it over here to the west side. So that's why it's important that we get our own information put together. So you have a drought, you have less fields to work with, it delays that information process which our guys need to move forward with new things. Jim Morris: Those new things will ultimately help the grower and then the consumer. This takes years to develop, so this year is significant in terms of the challenge to get this done. Correct? Jim Cook: That's absolutely right. You just interviewed with Jason, who is one of the top rice people I've ever worked with. But he has thrown at me more problems than I can shake a stick at. But it gives us an opportunity to test the new materials against the new resistance issues, cultural factors, things that we're operating against. And that is the direction of where his business and the business of our fieldmen are going, so we need to provide that information. Jim Morris: On the website for this company it says, "This region of California is also a treasured source of year-round natural beauty. We're proud to be a vital part of this area, its communities, and production agriculture. We know a lot of people in this region that are hurting." Comment on how resilient this region is. Jim Cook: All of us come from farming backgrounds and have been through tough times. One of the main comments my father made to me is, "Don't go into farming," because of these issues. People are tough. They're strong. They have a way of working together to make this successful, but they know they're in for a tough go. We all know with that. Bottom line is, we have no other place to go. We don't have the golden parachute. We don't have anything that's going to bail us out. This is it. So it is up to us to make this happen. Jim Morris: The dominoes from this year's drought will fall well beyond the obvious farms, mills, ag pilots, equipment, and inputs for crops. Communities with agriculture as our foundation are hurting and they're bracing for a summer like no other. Jennifer Abel is General Manager at Louis Cairo's, a place she's worked at for nearly 30 years. Louis Cairo's is a dining institution in Williams, a short drive off of Interstate 5, about an hour north of Sacramento. Jennifer, please tell me about your perspective and the impacts you're either seeing or fearing regarding the drought. Jennifer Abel: I feel that it's going to be detrimental to our community. Already, the people that come in at the end of the day, normally the farmers talking about their rice, and their water, and what it looks like, and what the ground looks like as they're sewing it up, and everything like that. You don't see a lot of that going on. You see them coming in and having these meetings, and they're nervous, and they're tense, and things are getting scary. And the west side is, from my understanding, which is where we're at, has the hardest hit compared to the east side. It's going to be a huge impact on not only our community, but the entire north state, the entire state, and nation. Jim Morris: The Cairo family immigrated from Italy in the early 1900s. They had little money, so the entire family worked in prune orchards. Louis loved Colusa County and opened up a hamburger stand in the 1930s. Louis Cairo's has been in operation for more than 75 years. If you haven't done it, you need to visit, and you have to try their Louie Bread. You won't forget it. Jennifer, how connected is this place, this community, with the farmers whose fields surround all the towns in the Sacramento Valley? Jennifer Abel: I'd say we're incredibly connected to the point that ... Well for instance, going through COVID and everything. And there was a time when we opened, closed, opened, closed, to-go only, outdoors only. Then we just had to close for a while because we weren't monetarily making it on just being open for to-go. Then we had the wildfires that were up this way and it was literally raining ash, so you couldn't eat outside. It was bad for your health. Jennifer Abel: All these farmers got together and singled me out and said, "What can we do to get Louis Cairo's open? We are desperate. We will do anything. We will make it work." That's the kind of people that's in this community. That's the kind of people that want to see us thrive. And those are the kind of people that we want to continue to be here for to make a difference in their lives. To have that place for them to come and talk about their rice, and talk about their trees, and talk about their families, and have a great time. Jim Morris: You made an interesting point, because it's been really tough for restaurants well before the drought, from any factor you can name, from the economy, you mentioned COVID, but what about the resilience not only from the Cairo family that as you've seen, but from these communities? How tough is this region? It's going to need to be tough to get through all of this. Jennifer Abel: It's going to need to be tough, but I think that we're really strong and united, and there's a really solid foundation of families and people that have been here for a long time that have been farming, that have been working in this community, families that have been here from the ground up that make our community. I think they're going to come together and they're going to make a difference, and they're going to make something happen. Jim Morris: As I look at my surroundings here in Maxwell at an unplanted rice field, this is a year where adjectives fail. Perseverance will be needed like never before for this unique, wonderful, and productive part of California. I want to thank our interviewees, Kurt Richter, Rick Richter, Jason Bowen, Jim Cook, and Jennifer Abel. I also want to say goodbye. I'm retiring from rice. Our family is following our son off to college elsewhere in the West to start a new chapter, and this is my final podcast. Jim Morris: It will continue under great direction of Katie Cahill, who is a phenomenal person, and she will do a great job telling the California rice story. So please keep listening, send in your questions and comments, leave a review, and subscribe. I am so grateful to have worked in this wonderful region telling a great story with tremendous people doing it. Thank you to all who've been so kind and supportive. It has been my honor.
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