I dag fortsetter praten med Sophie Elise. Hun forteller om tiden etter Farmen og hvordan forholdet til Isak ikke ble slik hun først hadde tenkt. Kort tid etter at farmenoppholdet var over oppsto det store rykteflommer i sosiale medier og like etter at Sophie og Isak bekreftet at de var sammen, ble det slutt. Sophie beskriver hvordan livet ble snudd på hodet da ingenting ble sånn hun hadde sett for seg. Ida lurer på hva som egentlig skjedde og hvordan Sophie kom seg igjennom denne tøffe tiden. Sophie forteller også hvordan beroligende medisin gikk fra å hjelpe henne i hverdagen, til å bli et alvorlig misbruk hun selv måtte få hjelp ut av. Episoden er produsert av Synne Johansen. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tämä jakso on tuotettu kaupallisessa yhteistyössä Metsä Springin kanssa. https://metsaspring.com Metsäteollisuus on ollut suomalaisen elinkeinon selkäranka jo pitkään. Ajat eivät sen suhteen ole muuttuneet, mutta toimintaympäristö on. Suomalaisissa laboratorioissa ja yrityksissä yritetään jatkuvasti löytää ja kehittää puusta asioita, jotka saattavat löytää tiensä elämiimme. Tässä jaksossa Isak keskusteli Metsä Springin tutkimusjohtajalle, Katariina Kemppaiselle. Miten tutkimus ja kehitys toimii ja etenee? Miten he tekevät yhteistyötä pienempien yritysten kanssa? Miten asenne ympäristökysymyksiä kohtaan on muuttunut yrityksen sisäisessä kulttuurissa? Tervetuloa kuuntelemaan. --- Valaisusetti: bit.ly/30vMf53 Kamera: bit.ly/3lRXY64 --- ▶️ Jaksot videon kera Youtubesta: http://www.youtube.com/c/Futucastpodcast
Alharich, tubekanavaltaa ALHA, on yksi Suomen nousevimpia tubettajia. Olin törmännyt hänen videoihinsa noin vuosi taaksepäin, ja pidin tyyliä freesinä ja hauskana. ALHAn viimeisin katuhaastatteluvideo elämän tarkoituksesta oli sen verran laadukas ja hauska, että halusin tavata ja jutella hänen kanssaan. Lopputuloksena on tämä jakso, jossa Isak ja ALHA keskustelevat sisällöntuottamisesta Suomessa, koulusta, Hullu-Harrista, Andrew Callahanista, ja paljon muusta. Tervetuloa kuuntelemaan. --- Valaisusetti: bit.ly/30vMf53 Kamera: bit.ly/3lRXY64 --- ▶️ Jaksot videon kera Youtubesta: http://www.youtube.com/c/Futucastpodcast
Tämä jakso on tuotettu kaupallisessa yhteistyössä Saint-Gobain Finlandin kanssa. https://www.saint-gobain.fi Tässä jaksossa Saint Gobain Finlandin vastuullisuuspäällikkö ja Rakennusteollisuuden toimitusjohtaja Aleksi Randell vierailivat studiolla Isakin kanssa keskustelemassa rakennusteollisuudesta ja vastuullisuudesta. Rakennusala on massiivinen ja elää monen muun alan tapaan massiivista murroskautta, joka ei ole yksiselitteisen selkeä. Tässä jaksossa Isak kuulee ja haastaa joitain vieraiden omia argumentteja liittyen alan tulevaisuuteen mm. yhteistyöstä, regulaatiosta ja kestävyydestä. --- Valaisusetti: bit.ly/30vMf53 Kamera: bit.ly/3lRXY64 --- ▶️ Jaksot videon kera Youtubesta: http://www.youtube.com/c/Futucastpodcast
In this episode we preview GW9 discussing all the key topics including Isak replacements, Mo Salah & Trent coming back into the picture, hattrick hero Son Heung Min, ultimate trap/bargain Dominic Solanke, Ivan Toney, team structure, James Maddison and captaincy, plus your questions.
Denne ukens episode deles med medlemmene i vårt Patreon-jaktlag. Er du med der finner du den i Patreon-appen nå. Om du har lyst til å bli med i jaktlaget fikser du det kjapt og enkelt her: https://www.patreon.com/jegerpoddenI denne ukens episode kommer opptaket fra Jegerpodden Live under Asphaugen Game Fair. Der her vi med oss Isak Dreyer, Magnus Hestegrei og Tobias Larsson. Det vil si at her blir det både jaktprat, skitprat og god musikk! Isak er oppovokst med jakt, og er en meget ivrig jeger. Vi får høre mer om hans jakterfaringer og ikke minst om hans eventyr på Grønland sammen med Jens Kvernmo. Bli med i Patreon-jaktlaget du også! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mentors are key! Emily Kaley talks all about her incredible mentors that have helped her become the Sport RD that she is today! Emily has a unique path that will inspire and motivate anyone that listens. Emily Kaley, MS, RDN, CSSD, LD, ISAK 2 is in her 7th year as a Sports Dietitian and just finished up her first season with the Washington Nationals as their MiLB Performance Nutrition Coordinator and the Nationals first full-time dietitian within the organization. Emily joined the Nationals after two seasons with the New York Mets as their MiLB Performance Nutrition Coordinator and the organizations first full-time dietitian (2019-2020). In 2021 Emily was invited to assess the next generation of baseball talent at the inaugural MLB Draft Combine where she completed ISAK skinfold measurements on all draft players. From 2017-2018, she served as Madison Square Garden's first assistant performance dietitian working with the Knicks, Rangers, Liberty, Westchester Knicks and Hartford Wolfpack. She worked as an assistant performance dietitian within the Chicago Cubs organization in 2017, and worked for the United States Olympic Committee Swimming and Track & Field teams as a sports nutrition consultant leading up to Rio 2016. Emily graduated from Simmons College in Boston, Mass. in 2013 where she played lacrosse. In 2017, she received her master of Sports Nutrition from the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs and went on to Culinary School at Culinary Tech Center in Manhattan where she obtained her certificate in commercial cooking and catering and completed her externship under French Chef, Jean-Georges. Emily greatly enjoys cooking and exercising, she was also bit by a huge travel bug and likes to explore and experience different cities and countries as much as possible. You'll find Emily in Brooklyn, NY with her family and cute baby nephew during the offseason! This episode is sponsored by Momentous! Visit their website at livemomentous.com and use the code RDSNIPPETS20 at checkout to get 20% off your order!
Die Judeo-Christen denke en lewensstyl is sedert die begin van tyd in stryd met die slang – ‘n argetipe van vertwyfeling in wat God sê. Hierdie stryd hou op aarde nooit op nie. Vandag nog vra meer en meer mense, “Het God regtig gesê?” Is daar regtig ‘n hemel en ‘n hel, en ‘n hiernamaals? Is die Woord van God, regtig waar en betroubaar? Het Jesus regtig bestaan en opgestaan uit die dood? Is die God van Abraham, Isak en Jakob, die enigste ware God? Is homoseksualiteit sonde? Die VYAND van VERTWYFELING bleik al hoe meer grondgebied in ons harte te wen… — If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. A double minded man is unstable in all his ways. (James 1:5-8) Twyfel Twyfel word hier (KJV) vertaal met “wavering” in plaas van “Doubt” en gee ons ‘n baie mooi visuele beeld van hoe twyfel lyk.
The General reviews the afternoon's press conferences ahead of the Gameweek 9 deadline. He also answers your questions surrounding Isak's injury and whether captaining Salah is worth the risk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Andrew & Aaron are back to discuss all things Newcastle United with a focus on the injuries currently impacting Eddie Howe's side.
Andrew and Aaron are back to discuss Newcastle United's 1-1 draw with Bournemouth. The Magpies were held to yet another draw in what was a disappointing performance. The pair look at what went wrong but also highlight the positivities.
Form is temporary, class is permanent as they say - with Heung-Min Son firmly back on our FPL radars ahead of GW9. But does it say more about Leicester's defence than Spurs attack? Elsewhere, City and Haaland march on, Fulham score three but Mitrovic blanks - and Isak scores from the spot against Bournemouth. We'll take a look at the key targets over the international break and a first look at Sam's Wildcard draft. We'll also look back at GW8 and find out whether Lee's Wildcard was a success and how he's set for the coming weeks. Like, Share and Subscribe! _______________________
Newcastle United failed to win again and Alex hosts Charlotte, Si and Norman to talk through what went wrong and why at St James' Park. We discuss: Can the 'good start' to the season be put to bed? Are there still lots of reasons to be positive for the games ahead? Isak - what do we need to do to get the best from him? The crowd, the bench and lots, lots more If you like what we do please visit www.patreon.com/tfpodcast - lots more of these podcasts weekly for just £2 per week Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“Noget af det bedste ved at være blevet mor er, at der er en, der fysisk ligner mig. Jeg elsker, at vi ligner hinanden, og at jeg kan se mig selv i ham,” siger Michala Yun-Joo Schlichtkrull, der er mor til Isak på 1 år, i denne fine panelsnak om at blive mor, når man selv er adopteret, Vi skal også høre Cille Walsted Thomassen, mor til Martha på 8 og Ludvig på 4 år, og Hye Marcussen, mor til Barbara på 4 år, fortælle deres historier om at være adopteret, og hvordan graviditeten satte forskellige tanker i gang om deres biologiske ophav.
It's a tangenty rambley episode because Walsh has punched in the launch codes and has activated the Wildcard. We just talk until my bad back/neck give way and then I have to end the episode. All our links: https://linktr.ee/fmlfpl 00:00 - Intro. 01:09 - Our teams in GW6. 04:04 - League updates. 05:20 - Gabby Jesus, Kane, Son, and Raz. 16:43 - Other forwards - Toney, Mitro, Isak. 29:07 - Midpriced mids - Grob, Martinelli, JWP 32:32 - Walsh's throwback quadmium 3-4-3 current tinker. 33:30 - Bruno, Rashford, and Man. United. 43:52 - Mo out. 48:20 - Darwin? 55:25 - Foden glue guy. 58:03 - Goalkeepers. 01:02:46 - Our teams and transfers and caps. 01:04:17 - Anus Slap(s) for the new Patreon subscribers and outro. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - Andrew Musgrove and Aaron Stokes are back to discuss all the latest Newcastle United talking points.There's only one place to start, and that's the controversy surrounding the VAR decision at St James' Park as Newcastle drew 0-0 with Crystal Palace. You'll not need reminding that United have a perfectly good goal ruled out after Joe Willock was adjudged to have wiped out the Palace keeper. Andrew and Aaron discuss this decision and the wider issues of VAR. Also up for discussion are the performances of a host of Toon players including Nick Pope, Sven Botman and Elliot Anderson. Please vote for us in The Best Podcast Category at the Football Content Awards by clicking here: https://footballcontentawards.com/voting
http://convocourses.com check out the video: https://youtu.be/TGrw5yT6sSY Hey guys, this is Bruce and welcome to combo course podcast. And today we're gonna be talking about a few things. One of the things I wanna talk to you guys about is process versus prize or system over goals. And this really applies to everything in life, but we're gonna specifically talk about cyber security. Another thing I'm gonna show you as a new book I'm working on. It's not, it's gonna be out. I don't know, probably within the next month and a half, I gotta get it edited and all that kind of stuff. I'm actually still writing it, but it's gonna come out soon. So that's. Something we're talk about, then I'm gonna open it up to any kind of questions you have about getting into this space in cyber security. And in the it, I got a lot of people contacting me about how to get in this field. That's growing really fast or how to upgrade themselves and all that kind of stuff. I've been doing this for over 20 years. I'm a subject matter expert specifically in cyber security compliance. That's, what I've been doing for most of this time that I've been in this space. And so if you have any questions about that, how to get in it, how to, what to do like specific questions even I can answer 'em on this live. All right. Let's get into this. First of all, I want to tell you guys that I have a site called combo courses.com where I sell lots of stuff. A bunch of courses, also books, and a ton of stuff for free. If you are interested. So if you're interested in that, go check out convo courses.com. Like, I said, lots of free stuff. It's free to sign up lots of training downloadables if you happen to be in this space I'm constantly giving out free stuff. I'm trying to build a community. And that's why, if you have question, why I'm giving out anything for free, that's the reason why cuz I'm building a community I'm, thinking bigger. I'm thinking about making a community that helps itself and Built one of these before in a whole different genre. And it, works really well. So that's what I'm doing. If you're interested in joining that community, join me on, YouTube. Join me on discord. Join me on TikTok. Join me everywhere. Combo courses, just type to combo courses. You'll find us out there where have a growing community of people that's coming together to learn this to, level up together to, get more to, make that money really. That's what it comes down to for take take, care of our families and take care of ourselves. Okay. So what I'm gonna talk to you today about the first topic of discussion will be about will be about process versus the prize. A lot of people contact me about trying to get to certifications or degrees and which ones should they get and all that kind of stuff. and it's really the wrong question and I don't fault anybody for it. Because I was, I had the same kind of questions when I first started. You should be focused more on the process and this, really goes on everything in life. Your focus should be not on the prize, not on how many likes you get, not on how many people are watching you, not on how many people or how many degrees you're gonna get or, courses or any one thing. It should be on the process itself. And we're gonna specifically talk about cyber security, cuz that's my profession, but this really applies to anything in life. Let me specify what I mean by using this an example. Lately people have been asking me about the a plus comp Tia certification and how do you get it? Where, do you get it from? How do you know all this kind of, what kind of job can you get if you actually do that, all that kind of all those kinds of questions and is there's nothing wrong going for that certification or any other certifications. Absolutely nothing wrong with that. And I would encourage you to get it if this is your first time getting in, into cyber security, into it in general it's a good thing to get. But what I wanna say is that the most important thing that you should focus on is the process of learning this the common body of knowledge that goes into it. And the reason why I say that is because if you focus on the common body of knowledge, if you focus on actually learning what you have to do in to get that certification, to get that it certification. If you focus on that, you'll have all the knowledge that you need to go ahead and take the Google support it certification. You'll have the knowledge that you need to actually go ahead and take the in network plus certification. You'll, have all the knowledge you need to actually spend your, whole your, whole resume. If you actually learn the stuff that's in the comp tier a plus certification, right? It's just one thing. If you focus if you focus on just that thing, just that one prize, you'll get that prize, and there's nothing wrong with that, but I'm telling you to focus on the whole orchard. I'm telling you to focus on the seeds. That's gonna get you like not just one certification, not just a little bit of experience, but expand your whole horizon and get you way more knowledge, way more certification, way more experiences and, actually get more from the fruits of your labor. To do that. You gotta focus on the actual labor, not the prize. The prize is cool. I'm not telling you like not to get it. I'm saying expand like what you are, what you're doing by focusing on the work, focusing on the process itself, of learning the process of learning all the curriculum that's in CompTIA. And let me give you a specific example of what I'm talking about. Let's go to CompTIA. Let's we're gonna use CompTIA a plus certification as an example of what I'm talking about. This is my, this was my first certification and this is why I promoted so much because after I learned that certification, I knew enough about computers to where I could get in this field. And I was working helped desk for a while and I learned enough about troubleshooting and all that kind of stuff to where it, was able to expand my entire career. Eventually get me to working, making six figures and being able to take all these vacations and all kinds of stuff. But here's the curriculum right here. And if you're listening to me right now, it's, I'll read it. There's nine skills that you have to master to validate your CompTIA, a plus certification, hardware, operating systems, software troubleshooting, network troubleshooting mobile devices, virtualization, cloud operational procedures, these, all of these things. And these section, if you actually buy the book, these are the sections, some of the sections that'll mainly be broken into. And of course, it'll go more detail in each one of these areas. If you actually learn this stuff and not just go ahead and take the test and pass, cuz that's, actually the easy part taking the test and passing it you can actually go. and take a bunch of just retake the test over and over again. And eventually you'll pass the test. I'm telling you to study the common body of knowledge and know and understand what's actually happening. Do go beyond just taking the test, go beyond just taking the questions and passing the test, go into actually setting up a lab in your house, figuring out how to put all that stuff together, figuring out your own network, figuring out how firewalls, whole space firewalls work, how's that different from network, firewalls, learning, all that stuff by maybe even actually doing it in your own home. Maybe actually helping your community out. If there's an opportunity for you to do that, actually getting hands on to where you literally understand it, building your own computer, things like that, to where you understand it. So fully that the comp Tia a plus certification, when you get it is not a big. It's your first certification. So obviously you're gonna be patting yourself on the back, but what I'm saying is if you expand your base and you understand this stuff, like you really deeply understand it, you can go then and go take other certifications, entry level certifications, easily like a plus certifications, the natural next step in your evolution. And then the next thing you could probably take is a com is a Google support it certification, which will probably be easy for you, cuz you have gone so deep in the rabbit hole for a plus certification. I'm telling you to learn the common body of knowledge and learn the process, put the, put that work in and that will give you all your other, everything else. You'll get all kinds of other prizes, not just the certification, right? And you might even inspire you to go get a degree. If you choose to go that path, you don't have to, but you could the process over the prize. This is book I read. A really good book. I encourage you to go out and get it. It's called atomic habits and it's really, it's a really good book. And he, one of the things he said in the book was don't focus on the goal, focus on the system, creating a system to get that goal. And that's what I'm talking about. So if you focus on the process, that'll get you to that certification. You can get a whole bunch of other certifications and experience. If you actually understand how to build computers, how to build a network, if you actually have a hands on that you can do in your house nowadays. So that's what I'm trying to encourage you to do super important. The next question should be how do I, get developed a discipline to focus on the work rather than just the prize? Because it's easy to work, focus on the prize. Like you're thinking about, okay, if I make this $65,000 a year after I get the certification, or if I can, if I, maybe I focus on getting I'll be able to get six figures. If I get this professional level certification, and now I'm not telling you not to get six figures, I'm not telling you not to get a professional level cert. I'm not telling you not to get agreed. None of that. I'm not telling you that's the fruits of your labor. What I'm trying to tell you is if you focus on the actual process, if you work, if you focus on the discipline in that process, you can have any damn thing you want. And what happens, what I've noticed is what happens is like when you focus on that discipline in this career path, all the people who I know who, are at this super high echelon is super high level. All these guys are highly accomplished because that's exactly what they did. They're more focused on like actually knowing and understanding how to do this stuff. and because of that, all these other certifications are within their grasp. They have all these other opportunities and all of these other success factors that come in because they actually know the material. So well, that's where I want you to focus on. If you focus on the discipline of doing the process, then everything else you'll not only have the certification, you'll have several other opportunities to take other certifications, cuz you'll understand it so effectively. And then after a while you notice a plus certifications is not that big of a deal at all. You'll notice that the does any certification is not that big of a deal. One of the things that I've learned on this path of just having the discipline to to, really go deep in this and become a professional level, subject matter expert in this field is that. whenever I go to a new organization, they're always pat me on the back. I get all these certifications. I get all these awards I should say. And and I'm not telling you that to like brag or anything like that, cuz it's not bragging rights for me. It's bragging rights is that I was able to take care of my family. It's bragging rights is I was able to take my family to Hawaii. That was dope. I do this for my family. I do this for to do better than just survive. And for me that's the greatest reward that I could ever receive because of that. I don't care that some giant company gave me an award, gave me extra a little bit extra cash because I, accomplished something within their organization. When you I'm focused on the process of allowing us to have a roof over our head and to eat good. That's what I'm focused on. The process that it takes to do that means me studying sometimes late at night means me waking up a little bit earlier. Sometimes means me putting in the work that I need to do beyond motivation. Cuz sometimes I'm not motivated. Sometimes I'm sick to my stomach and I don't feel like doing nothing. And I don't feel like getting out of bed. I, all I wanna do is watch YouTube all day and watch stupid videos. That's why , but what do, but I know that the discipline has to take precedence over bad habits, so once you get that in your head, once you start to develop this muscle of just having the discipline to get outta bed and go stay up late or do other things you need to do to make these things work. It, changes everything in your whole life. And I'm not just talking about cyber security. I'm talking about everything in your life. . If you focus on the process and the discipline that it takes to do that process, you can do anything you want to do in this life, but it takes motor. It takes discipline beyond motivation. Motivation's not enough. You gotta have the discipline to do it. And that, and cyber security is no different. So that's all I want to say about that. It's just something that I noticed about my own life. Anything that I've done in my life that was successful, but it came because I had the discipline to put, I put in the discipline to do it. If you go out and the discipline takes you to another level because, if I fail a certification, you only fell. If you quit, I'll just keep taking it until I pass it. That's what I'll do. I won't. I do. I will not quit. I'll just keep taking it until I pass it. Once you get that discipline in you, nothing is gonna stop you. You're just gonna keep doing it. Okay. Anyway, let me tell you guys about Couple things here. So if you didn't know, my name is Bruce. I run a site called combo courses. I'm building a community of like-minded cyber security, people who wanna teach each other, learn from one another. I call it combo courses, cuz it's a conversation between me and the community between us, the, between the community and itself. I'm, building a community. I've got 10,000 followers on YouTube. I've got a few followers on on Facebook. I've got a few followers on my Facebook group on, discord, on and starting to build a community on TikTok where we're just helping each other out, learning from one another and building up and that's the, ultimate goal to this whole. If you're interested in learning more, you wanna follow me go to YouTube and then go to combo course type in combo courses. You'll find me there where I talk about all things related to cyber security. Talk about how to get into this field. I talk about how to do risk management framework, which is my specialty and, security compliance. That's what I mainly focus on. If you're interested in getting more out of this, I've got a book out there. That's related to my actual specialty, which is risk management framework, where I talk about the security controls that go into N 800 risk management framework. I've got one that's foundational and I've got one that like foundational, meaning you don't have to know anything. You just listen to the book. I got it on audio by the way. Or, you can read the book and and, learn a little bit more about that. And it's so popular that people are literally copying my book like this dude copied my book and is selling it. He copied my book and selling it as his own anyway. So it must be good if that's the case. I've got two books out there. I'm building more than just a book. I'm building a entire community. I'm building a a, an entire something where you can talk to me directly. You could talk to me directly and ask me specific questions about how to do this. And I think that's why a lot of people have been following, because I answer questions that they ask me. So if you have any questions whatsoever, feel free to con to call up to email me, or you could actually ask me a question right now. If it's related to cyber security, I'll do my best to help you out. And, that goes for everybody in this community. I really appreciate all the people who've been following me. I appreciate all the questions. I appreciate all the accolades, all the. Great comments that I've gotten on my book. It's, really been a great, a very rewarding thing to see people actually commenting and, leaving positive comments on my books and stuff. So that's really good. If you didn't know, go to amazon.com type in risk management framework or Bruce Brown. You'll see my book there. And I also have a site called combo courses. I have a podcast I'm doing at least once a week. I've got I'm on YouTube doing combo courses. So follow me if you're interested in this kind of content, if you're interested in getting the it or a risk management framework then, follow me. All right. And I'm gonna show you guys a glimpse of the book then I'm writing right now is how to improve your resume and, be able to get people to contact you. Cuz that's what I've been doing in the last few years. Reason why I've been able to get all these jobs quickly. Okay. Deru has a question on YouTube. He says, Hey Bruce, what resources would you recommend for keeping in tune with the latest. And updates in cyber security. And I would say de truth. That's a good question. By the way, I would say that really depends on what categori category, sorry that you have in cyber security because there's many different cat cyber security is a huge category. It's huge. Like it's a huge field. It's a huge umbrella. You've got everything from risk management framework to you've got cyber threat intelligence which, does threat hunting. You've got you've got Intel, which is considered a part of cyber security cyber Intel. You've got forensics, you've got all kinds of different branches of cyber security. So it really depends on the branch. Now, if you want an overall of all cyber security, I could tell you, I could tell you some of my resources. And then what I'll do is I'll break it down into different genres of, cyber security, the ones that I know. All right. So first the first really good resource would probably be the CIS A's website. CISA is a government site not, the actual certifications from Isak. I'm talking about csa.gov. And so CS a is cyber security infrastructure and security agency. This is one of the most one of the best resources. Let me just switch my camera here for TikTok, for those who wanna watch. So this is SI this isa.gov csa.gov. And these guys are one of the best resources for things that are going on mostly to the whole United States, like federal government, state governments. If there's a huge hack, you'll see 'em here. Pop up here. You'll also see different vulnerabilities that come out like the big ones, different malware. Like right now here they have 20, 21 top malware strains. And then they've got a blog here with the newsroom. Let's just go to, let's go to this one. This is dated August 31st, and this is SAFECOM publishes 2022 SAFECOM strategic plan. This is all like federal type stuff. So if you are in the federal space, this is one of your best resources. Let me see what other resources are there? Other places you can go if you happen to be in vulnerability management are the people who like manage they manage let me see if I could switch. Oh, you switch it like that. Huh? Oh, that's cool. So messing around with TikTok , that's what I'm doing in the background. So vulnerability management, that's people who take care of their organization's vulner patches, right? PA there's patches that are always coming in. And they have to update 'em. So one of the best resources for that is probably CVEs is a huge database of all the vulnerabilities that are popping up throughout the industry. That's through a vendor it's all vendors. So it's not any one specific vendor that being said, vendor. If, you have say Microsoft patches, then the best resource is Microsoft for, their most recent vulnerabilities in how to fix 'em. And then if it, if you have a Cisco device, it's Cisco. That's the best place for the most current things going on with Cisco. And if you have an apple product, same thing, like if you have a Macintosh, you go to the vendor, but this CVE site is really good because it has a huge database. That's constantly being updated to inform you of what is going on for vulnerabilities. Let me see if I can find a really good breakdown of this. Let me see, where do you normally I find the individual CVEs from the, from Google. Let me see CVE resources. Okay. Just trying to find like a specific CBE that I could show you here. So yeah, CBEs are good for for, actual vulnerabilities and then there's Like I said different branches of cyber security. So each branch has its own like group of resources. Government has C I S a everybody in a lot, everybody in the government goes to C S a site. And they have the most recent APTs advanced, persistent threats, most recent vulnerabilities, all that kind of stuff. What's what the government's doing. Like what, where we should be focusing our energy. What it's, really good resource. And CVEs, this is like a huge database of, all the places you want to go for vulnerabilities. And I'm look, I'm still looking for the actual database of the actual vulnerabilities. Let me just, okay. See CVE I'm on Google right now, typing in CVE. Let me see a specific one would be iOS CBE for I iOS. They have a vulnerability data database that has every single vulnerability you could think of. So this one's for iOS 15.6 and at this is going straight to apple site for 15.6, a recent kernel update and web kit update that they have. And it's for CVE 2022 3, 2 8, 9 3. You might be familiar with this one, but I'm gonna type that one into Google. And it goes straight to the CVE site that I was just on. And then it'll have a breakdown of, how it affects other things. So this is one of the best resources that I, was, we were using a lot in almost every place I've gone to. We use the same thing, private sector and. Public sector uses this one. Now, if you're in the department of defense, let me show you like department. See, it really depends on where you're at, but department of defenses, best resources is called dissa. D I S a DISA do mail. Okay. So D the DISA mill website has some of the best resources as far as how to fix your system. They have the STIGs the, security test security, technical implementation guides, one of the best resources on the internet even, the private sector uses it. That's how good it is, but this is a really good resource for department of defense and actual federal government. And it's so good. Recently it's gotten so good that even, the private sector start using the STIGs. So yeah here, it is right here. Here's the news that they're always releasing different stuff. That's related to department of defense, mostly. But. Their STIGs are incredible. Their training is ridiculous. It's one of the best resources. It really depends on what branch and what area of cyber security that you're going in. But so I, hope that answers your question de truth. Specifically, what area, if you tell me, what area of cyber security you're in, we could find like a really good resource for it. Okay. I've got a question or comment on, TikTok. They say, Hey, hi, Bruce. How difficult is it to travel with a security clearance with, or without a job? This is a great question. Okay. The question is how difficult is it to travel with or without a security clearance? It's not difficult at all to travel with a security clearance. It just takes a little bit of research on your part. It depends on the, on your clearance. So Deru thank you so much for that 19 bucks. I appreciate you. So let me, this is a really good, this is a great question. I'm glad, so glad you asked me this question. So let's answer this now. I'm speaking from a person who's had a public trust, which I have right now. I've had a sec, a secret clearance, and I've had a Ts S E I clearance. And I've known people who have a higher clearance than me. And I could tell you there's there is a difference. Alright, how difficult is it to travel? It's not difficult. You can travel anywhere you want. However I'll start from the highest and go to the lowest. Okay. So a friend of mine and I won't name names, I won't tell how, what kind of clearance he had. I'll just say it was a hi, his clearance was higher than sci this. If you wanna Google what that is, then just research it for yourself. Just go to Google and type in high clearances. High top secret clearances. He had one of those. He had something above that, and this dude could barely talk about what he did. He was very guarded. He said that they tapped his phone. Like they knew where he was at all times. It's it is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard. It's preposterous. I said I would never work for an agency that does that. They openly told him, Hey, by the way, we are tracking you we know where you're going. Here's and then they told him there's places you cannot go. It's, there's places you couldn't. And then when he named the places, I thought he was gonna say oh, I can't go to obvious places. Like I can't go anywhere near Iran. I can't go to there's certain places in some, countries in Africa, you can't go there's certain places in. But then he said he couldn't go to certain parts of the Philippines. I was like, what? There's certain parts of the Philippines. He couldn't go because there was terrorist activity there. And I was shocked. I'm like, I never heard of nothing like that. I didn't for a second. I didn't even believe him. Then he started breaking it all down. Cuz there's like some kind of terrorist threat and some part of mening now I'm like, are you for real? And then there was, they even questioned people. He talked to whenever he would go overseas. So they weren't. And then a lot of times they weren't saying you can't go, but if you go overseas, you gotta tell us where you're going. You gotta tell us who you're talking to. That's the kind of clearance he had. All right. I don't like, I don't know much about that. I can just, all this is hearsay and bullshit. Okay. So do your own research on that one. I'm just telling you what this dude told me. Let me tell you about something. I know about the clearance. Like I had to tell top secret S sci I had a secret clearance and I had a, public sector. I'm gonna tell you about those three. All right. So in my experience, number one, there's no, they're not restricting me to. To most countries, the countries that I'm restricted to go to are obvious, and most, Americans should not go to these places. North Korea. Don't go to North Korea. Just don't. If you wanna know why just Google it, just do your own research. Don't go. It's just stupid. It's just dumb. Don't don't do it. just don't especially if you used to be in the military, just don't do it. I don't, I just, anyway, I'm saying that because people have done it, you probably might be thinking like, why would nobody goes to North Korea? People don't do it. Iran. Don't just, don't go. The us. And unfortunately it's unfortunate that our countries cuz it's a, it's an amazing place with amazing. amazing human history is happening there. And it's a shame that our governments can't work things out to where human beings can't go to certain parts of the world. To me, it's just dumb, but if you have a clearance yeah, they monitor that there's certain countries you really will lose your clearance over. There's certain places in there's certain countries in Africa that you can't go certain countries in Africa. Can't go, cuz there's too many. There's a list. Normally when you go to an organization, they'll have a list of places that you, they recommend you do not go. And so when you're, when you have your clearance, you're at this organization, one of the first things you should do is figure out what those countries are and what the policy is for your organization that you're working for. What policy do they have that says, okay, you cannot go to these places. And here's why, and the reason why that you can't is because of this thing called I a R. And so I a R is. Oh Lord. What is the acronym? I a it's like international. If you guys know what it is, please let me know. I can't remember off the top of my head. I a R is international trade arms. It's okay. Here it is right here. International traffic, and arms regulations. It, doesn't like this, the name of it doesn't fit. What it does. That's why it's confusing because it's not just arms that they're tracking. It's like all kinds of techn technical goods and, certain technologies. And I of understand why they do it because if you look at a country like China, China steals a lot of in an LA. This is not, cap. This is not conspiracy. This is real China. And other countries will steal certain technologies from us companies. They do this on a regular basis. It's a pretty smart move. I think they steal your, their, I. They've done it to Google. They did it to Google's search algorithm. They did it to Cisco. They did it to they stole the, that what's that jet. Oh my gosh. The joint strike fighter, they stole all the, they've done it to multiple successful organizations. And not just in the, to the United States. China's just one example. All countries do this, all countries do this to one another, they still intellectual property. And then they either implement it or do something in their own country so that they can get a leg up. But a lot of people do this to the United States cuz of the United States, regardless of weight, how you might. About the United States. It has some of the greatest innovations on planet earth. And it's because we're living in some sort of golden age where all this stuff is coming out. Like eventually this is gonna die out. Eventually all the ideas are gonna shift to another part of the world, probably China or something. But right now us is in this place where all these inventions are happening. Mostly from even TikTok, TikTok used to be vine. You know what I mean? Like this idea of TikTok was taken from vine. They looked at vine and said, wow, that's successful. And then they reengineered it, made it better. And, then absorbed musically. And then now you have TikTok, vine started in the us and I don't know, like what's going on in the us. Why there's so much innovation, why there's so many, I think it's because the, in my mind I I know it sounds. stupid conspiracy theory, but, or some kind of stupid faith patriotism, but it's because we're, there's freedom here. There's freedom to think what you want and do what you and make mistakes. And that's why there's so many innovations here, I think. But if and if you, travel the world, like what's weird, what's crazy. When you travel, speaking of traveling, you see how much influence the us has on other countries. You see how just going like Philippines. I was in the Philippines like last two weeks ago, three weeks ago. And everybody's wearing Fu boo shirts. Fu boo is a us brand from diamond. What's his face? Not yeah. Diamond that billionaire the, billionaire on on shark tank, that dude came up with that brand and that thing's all over the Philippines. One of the most popular brands in the Philippines, you're walking through the mall and. I'm just saying like the influence that the us has is crazy. So one of the things that they, that country like different companies will have you do is Don not do not take our intellectual property to these countries. They'll have a list. Don't go to those places. If you value your career, look at what their policy is and adhere to it, if they're saying, do not go to these countries, don't do it. So that's what I'll say about that. It doesn't. So to answer, go back to the question. went off on the tangent, the que original question from, to was how difficult is it to travel with the security clearance with, or without a job? How difficult is it? It's not difficult. You can go wherever the hell you want. The problem is there's certain countries. If you go to go there, if you have a high enough clearance, you can lose your clearance. And they'll have a bunch of questions at the very least. They'll have a bunch of questions when you get back and they'll know where you went. What you can do is before you go, is you tell them I'm going here and then they'll have a list of things that, that they will, that they'll say for you to do or not to do. Is it difficult? No. Can you go, yes. Can you jeopardize your job? Depends. If you, violated that, that organization's policies and yes, that you can lose not only your clearance, but your job as well. So just keep that in mind. Somebody on TikTok said, Hey, yeah, they they're incredible at reverse engineering facts, Then in the Chinese, like in my mind, Chinese are the smartest human beings on earth. The Chi the Chinese are ha they're you say what you want, but man, they're in a they're I don't know, like it's so smart to steal. Like this is the smartest thing. You can do steal a billion dollars worth of research, take it to your country. And then boom, you have by. You have WeChat, you have TikTok. How smart is that? That's brilliant. I am a lamp seeker says you might end up with a polygraph. Oh yeah. A polygraph test. So one of the things that will happen is that you come back from your trip overseas and then they'll give you, you a polygraph test where they'll ask you a bunch of questions. Have you talked to any foreigners? Did, any foreign person come up to you and, ask you questions? This is just what I've heard from the, my, a friend of mine who has a high enough clearance to where they ask those kinds of que that's of what happens if you have a high enough clearance. So do your own research. If you happen to be at an organization that has clearances and stuff, and you're dealing with sensitive information, look into their policies, look into I a R, which is international traffic in arms regulation. It's, not as bad as you think norm normally it's gonna be obvious places that you shouldn't go anyway, as an American citizen, it's just, you're jeopardizing yourself. know, I'm just being real with you. Don't, there's certain places you shouldn't go. If you want to know what that list is, you can probably go to they have a list of them on us embassy. The, state department has a list of places that they recommend. You don't go. If you have a clearance, you should probably listen to that list. Especially if you have a high enough clearance. All right. Let me ask, answer another, read some more comments here. Deru thank you so much, sir, for that, that 20 bucks, I really appreciate you. It says, I appreciate all you do. Your courses have helped me tremendously to learn risk management framework for my everyday duties. Thank you. And please keep up the great work and teaching people, man. Thank you Deru I really appreciate you, man. I appreciate this community. Thank you guys for watching me for all these years. Much appreciate it. All right. Let's keep going. I'm gonna answer a couple more questions. I'm not gonna be on here that long on this one. Feel like I said what I needed to say, but if you guys have any questions, I'll stay as long as we have questions. Let me see I'm going on YouTube right now and answering some questions from there. Have a very lively, active community on YouTube. If you're interested in getting diving into this. But I have one, a couple comments on, TikTok says I agree with you. you have to have some permission to go to some certain countries. You might get a polygraph. Wow. Yeah. He, this guy knows what he's talking about. So speaking back on, on this security clearance issue, not enough, really people really talk about this. And that's why I think I get so much traction on, YouTube and social media when I talk about this kind of stuff. But he says he says, he, when I was, what I was saying is if you travel with a security clearance, you should get permission. The right thing to do is to talk to the organization. Okay. That's the safest and right thing for you to do. If you have a clearance, if you have anything I say above a secret, if you happen to work for, even if you don't have no clearance and you're working for a, an organization who deals with sensitive information, especially if you're trying to work from those countries, like you should really think about doing this, talk to the organization first and say, Hey, next month, I'm going to Thailand next month. I'm going to Indonesia. I'm going to Columbia, wherever the case may be. Just let 'em know. And what'll happen is because I've done this before the HR department will say here's a pamphlet of places. You shouldn't go in colo while you're in Columbia or you shit, you can't go to Cuba you, can't go there. Here's why. And you might not agree with it. You might think it's stupid and maybe it is. But the point is, if you try to go, you could lose your clearance and your job in certain places that you go to. And then he lamp seeker says they might do a polygraph test on you. Like when you get what he means is I think this is what he means. This never happened to me. When you get back, they might ask you some questions and hook you up to a polygraph test to see if you're lying. I'm not that's isn't that crazy? That's never happened to me, but a couple friends of mines that happened to that have a high enough clearance that, that happened to I'm like, wow, really? Yeah. So just be mindful of that. You can go. But the right thing to do is to talk to your organization before you go and do your own research too, look at their policies, right? If you don't wanna say anything, you want your own privacy, whatever, do your own research, because they'll have a policy that tells you flat out, Hey, look at the HR departments travel. They have a travel guide for you. Look at their read that thing, especially in the foreign country, foreign travel, read that, and they'll have a list of do not fly. Like you cannot go to these places. And here's why I a R whatever the case may be. Here's why you can't go. Or they'll say you can go there, but avoid these places, or you can go there, but. Don't talk to you gotta avoid talking to just any random people coming up to you to asking you questions. And the reason why I say that is because one of the tactics that organizations from a foreign organizations will do is they'll have a casual, fine looking young lady. Come sit next to you at a bar and start asking you a bunch of questions and get real, real intimate with you and ask you a whole bunch of questions to get more and more information off you and try to date you. If it's really serious, they'll date you like a damn spy and get even more information while they're dating you. Right now, you have a long distance relationship with a person who works for the CCP or something. If you think that this is crazy talk and spy talk, this actually happened to a couple Canadians, happens to Canadians and Americans. You don't believe me. Look it. Like they work for the government or they work for a high level organization or just an organization. All these innovations they'll get really close to you. Then they'll start asking a bunch of questions. Just be careful. All right. Lamp seeker says, keep up what you're doing. Thank you, sir. I appreciate that. It says even a secret that you have you have to get permission at least 30 days. Oh Oh. you're saying if you have a secret clearance. Okay. Okay. Listen to this. Here's some insider information right here. If you have a secret clearance, you have to get permission at least 30 days ahead, and some require 45 days or more. So the right thing to do, and he says I'm an ISSO, but I was in industrial security for 15 years. Oh, here you go. Right here. So these guys put me on a game, like people like this is combo courses right here. This is what I'm. This is why I do this. People like this dude right here who come and educate me. This is a great opportunity. A teaching moment. So I didn't know this. So listen to this. If you have a secret clearance, especially if you work in cyber security, right? Regardless it, if you could work in the hospital, sweeping floors, if you have a secret clearance, he's saying some organizations require you to let them know 30 to 45 days in advance. And he's saying he's an ISSO, but he used to work in industrial security for 15 years. Industrial security are the guys who are really, deep into things like I a R really, deep into things like personnel security. So this guy knows what he's talking about. When one time I was doing it live and I was like, I don't know, I've never had a polygraph test and I don't know how it works and this dude just schooled me on it. And I was able to, we were able to push that information out. So other people know information about a polygraph test. So I really appreciate that. Thank you, lamp seeker, great information. And he says, especially if you didn't get permission yeah. You gotta get, you should get permit. That's the right thing to do that's the right thing to do. All right. Let me answer some questions on YouTube. And in Deru adds to that conversation, he says, always talk to the FSO of your company. And that's a correct me if I'm wrong, but facility security, officer functional security officer functional FSO is like a security person. Who, does secur personnel security. Like they, they make sure that you, if you're gonna travel somewhere you're read up on any kind of issues that going on in that country. If there happen to be any things like that you, have to have situational awareness. You should know what you're just getting yourself into. If you do go to another country. And that's something that I've been really good about, I travel quite a bit and I've been traveling even when I was in the military, I would travel. And you it's really important to know situational awareness. And let me just give you a couple stories, cuz I've been traveling since I've had up to top secret clearance and I've traveled extensively. I've been to 15 different countries. And while I had clearances while I was working in the private public sector and I, know a little bit of something about this and I'm, gonna tell you a story. So when I I was in I used, I was stationed in, Korea. I was stationed in South Korea and this was in year 19. I'm dating myself, but it was in 1,998 to, the year 2000 yeah I'm, a little older than I looked. Yeah, I was stationed there and I would just go off base. I would just roll. I would just roll off base. I was in Kusan and Osan that area. And I would I was actually in working in security. I was a, I was physical security at the time. I was a security force member in the mil, in the military. That means I was military police as probably the thing. Everybody understand really. I was weapon specialist. I was high level security guard anyway, so I would just go on. I learned Korean onion, AHI come, Sony die. I learned some Korean and then I'd get in the car. And the taxi, and then just go, and so the problem with that is that there's certain places in Korea that people don't really didn't at the time and probably same hated Americans at the time. There was a bunch of colleges that how colleges are, right. There's just a lot of younger people and influenced by a, like a rebellious mindset. And they, it, bottom line is they hated Americans and they blamed the us for dividing the north and South Korea. And the reason why I know this for sure is cuz that's the red Eric. They were saying when they were out there protesting at the colleges and also that's what some of the gate guards, I would have to work with Korean. The Royal the Republic of Korea army and air force, I would walk, I would talk to 'em. Some of 'em were really cool and taught me Korean and, I would talk to 'em about English and hip hop and stuff like that were really cool, but some of them hated me and they would not say three words to you. And I would still talk to those guys and they would flat out telling me I don't like Americans and I'm. and a little bit in Korean, why don't you like us? And they would tell me you guys divided the us government divided our country in half. And you guys are the reason why north and south are no longer speaking to one another it's you are the reason if you guys left, we'd be able to unite Korea and I'd be like, what? I'm like, that's not what I was told, and I was like, then I thinking are both of us being fed propaganda for our go from our governments? I was just thinking about all this stuff long. Okay. Let me get back on track. So I'm off base and people are super cool with me. I'm some black dude in, South Korea in the middle of nowhere. Nobody can speak English. I'm speaking, my broken ass Korean and people are super cool, but it's the older people who are. Younger people hated Americans. And so at certain places that you would go get back to base and I was cool, right? I just met a couple. I had this great experience in Korea and everything. I was just like, happy but I get back to base and they said, Hey there was a dude who got killed. There was an army dude who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. And this mob of Koreans killed him because they were having a protest. And I don't know what this dude was thinking, but he was walking by college and this mob killed this dude. And they were saying, do not go to these places. Here's the this area here, and this area here, if you are an American, do not go here, period, you are not allowed to go there. And they told us why they, killed more than one soldier who would happen to be near those. You might, they might have had a girlfriend there. So I don't know, but these dudes were killed and I was like, damn. Luckily there were no not big colleges where I was at, but just situational awareness. You gotta know what's going on. So whenever you go off base, whenever maybe you have nothing to do with the military, you just traveling abroad or whatever, just know what's going on. I'm not telling, I'm not trying to scare you from going abroad, man. You should definitely use leave the United States and go experience the world. Experience, humanity, experience other cultures, man, it's gonna open up your eyes to a whole different I'm different, man. I'm, I've been to several countries. I've seen extreme poverty. I've seen extreme wealth. I've seen I know that the us lacks heavily in certain areas that we shouldn't lack in, but I know that we, that the us is so successful in or other areas. The U. The world is not what you think it's, way beyond what you believe or watch on TV or whatever. Like you gotta go there though. I'm not trying to scare you into not going, but I'm just saying have situational awareness. One of the things that military taught me is you gotta know what's going on for your own safety and security. Read the news that's going on in that country at that time. See what's going on with that country. I'll give you another story about situational awareness. Not too long ago, like maybe five years ago, I went to Thailand and I was in Thailand, me and my, wife at the time we were chilling. We had a great time. We I'd been there like four or five times or something. I've been there total four or five times love Thailand. I've been to two different cities there and stuff. I just, the people are great, man. The the, monasteries I went to the monastery seen that sleeping monk. There's this giant like sleeping monk a sleeping Buddha ah, man, this is just amazing. I went to old Siam, which is now called a Utah. A beautiful place, man. The people are so nice. I man, anybody who's never been there, man should try. It is check is so amazing, such an amazing place. Anyway, me and my wife at the time we were there, we're hanging out with chilling and we had a great time. We go to leave. We get on the plane and we're leaving. We are on the plane leaving. And then as we are in the air as it's taken off, we learn that the, country just had a coup and they shut down the airport. So we, might have missed that coup by about 15 minutes, cuz we were already boarded and flying and they shut the airport down and nobody could leave. I had no idea this stuff was going on. I was just there as a tourist. I didn't see any protests where I was at. I didn't see any of that stuff, but a little bit of situational awareness for me. Would've let me know. Hey, there's something going on? I had no idea. And a lot of times, as a foreigner going to another country, you're totally clueless on this stuff. Always have situational awareness, no matter what, whether you have a clearance or not, whether you work at a company that has sensitive information or not always know what's going on in that country, what's hot. What's going on, where not to go, where to go. You could find all this information on the internet a great resources would be the, embassy website. They have, they usually like a breakdown of alerts and warnings of places and what's going on. They sometimes they're kidnapping Americans there. You know what I'm saying? Depending on where you go, this certain, it's like any places you go it's if, somebody flew to the us, like the first thing you wanna know is like where, right? So they could be going to Hawaii and having the time of their life, or they could be going to Detroit and about to get get got in certain places in Detroit, not saying all of Detroit's bad, but certain parts are not so good. Like you probably don't wanna go to Chicago O block on the south side, not a good look, not a good place to go. And even people on O block in south Chicago will be like, no, don't come here. Do not, this is not a vacation spot. all right. Let me see. Somebody said please, do you think that you can use that? I can use my PMP certification to get a job in cyber security cyber security space in the us. Are you not in the us right now? If you happen to be watching me right now, I got a question on TikTok. They're asking me do I think that they can use their PMP certification to get a job in the United States? So it depend like you gotta gimme more information. Okay. So if you have a PMP, so first of all, congrat congratulations, PMP is an awesome certification. I know several Several cyber security. People who have a PMP who have a PMP who they got it because it's a lucrative certification. So congrats on that. Can you get a job? Yes. The answer is yes. You, can if you're not in the United States, it's probably gonna take a little bit longer because you gotta have to get a remote job possibly I'm I don't know your situation, but the answer is yes, regardless of the situation, it might not be the job you want. It might not be the money you want, but let me just let, I'm gonna demonstrate this to you right now live. Okay. What I'm gonna do is go to a common us website. It's called indeed in the us. You've got every country has top search engines that you gotta go to. If, you're trying to get a job in UK, the UK job search sites are not the same. Are not gonna be the same as the ones in the United States are not gonna be same in India. Not gonna be the same and pick a country. They're all different. So the first, one of the first things you gotta do and whatever country you're going to is find out what are the top search engine. And I'm typing while I'm doing this. What are the top search engines that I need to go to in order to find a job in the us? One of the top ones is called indeed.com, but there's several other ones in LinkedIn, monster.com, dice.com. Career builder.com, clearance jobs.com. Those are all us, but if you go to, if you were finding another country then it would be different. Okay. So let me show you guys what I got going on here. If you happen to be watching me still on on TikTok or Facebook or YouTube, what I'm doing is I'm on indeed.com and I just typed in PMP certified. Project manager and, watch, let's see what results we get. I put fine jobs. You can do this on any search aggregator, by the way any, job search site. So what you would probably wanna look at here, it depends on your situation. If you're not in the United States, you probably want to get this first one here. That's a remote position. And then look at the requirements. So they have qualification this one's 30 days old. So this is probably gone. See, one of the things you wanna do is search by posted date, but for now, like you probably wanna do it within 14 days, but for now, let's just look at this one as an example for, to get this, due a job. So I, what I would do is I would go to indy.com, which was one of the top search engines in, this country. And we found one here is technical project support manager, and luckily project support PMP. Lends itself to remote positions. So that's why I say yes, you can find a job here. This is, this one has a salary of a hundred thousand a year. That's pretty good. It's a full-time position. They require a bachelor's degree. In addition to your PMP, preferred bachelor's preferred. So you don't have to have one five years preferred. This is really good. If you happen, have a P and P you might wanna check this one out. If you don't make a hundred thousand, but I think this one might be gone because it's over 30 days already. So let me actually, lemme switch the screen. So people on YouTube can see. All right. So what I'm reading, I'll read this. If you happen to be listening to me. So we already said that this stuff was preferred. Now let's get into the, if there's any caveats, meaning can you do this from another country? So one of the questions I would ask if I was living in another country or abroad or something like that, or if I wanted to work remotely from a country like Bali not country in Indonesia in Bali. So I would wanna know do do they have restrictions on where I can work from that would be the next question. So the answer is yes, you could find a job in the us is hot market. A lot of people say, oh, I can't find a job, man. It is booming, man. There's no problem in it. Finding jobs. Here's one right here. As a matter of fact, yeah, they got health plan. They probably have requirements cuz this is a government. So government positions, just so you know, usually they'll say remote, but you have to be in the United States. And then another thing to look out for, if you happen to be not, if you're not a us citizen, another thing you probably wanna look out for is whether or not you have to be eligible for, a certain clearance security clearance, because eligibility means that you are a us citizen. Or a naturalized citizen or something like that. So the answer is yes, you can get a PMP in the United States. You just have to look at the requirements of it and and, check out the site for that. And then the, other thing I didn't do on here is look at you. One of the things you have to do is look at jobs, posted and look at it from the last 14 days, rather than last 30 days. Cuz it's gonna be a little bit different and look this one right, away. It says you have to be a us citizen or a car green card. This is exactly what I was talking about. This one's specifically saying you should have to be a green card holder or a green card holder. Let me show you here. This is exactly what I was talking about. So yes, you can do it, but look, it is remote by the way, but they want you to have a PMP certification, but you have to be either a us citizen or a green car holder and they tell you right away. That's what you wanna look for. And then if they don't tell you on the job description, you have to do you, have to call 'em like call 'em and figure that out. Hey, I want to know, can I work there? I'm living in another state. I'm living in another country. Is that a problem? Is there any travel whatsoever? Is it a problem that I'm not a green car holder? You got to ask 'em all these kinds of questions. PMP is an incredible certification by the way. Really, good certification. A lot of technical guys, I know got one because it's it, pays like PMP actually pays, good money. Let me see it got some other questions here. I'll stick with Italy and Japan. okay. Let me see here. I have some other YouTube questions. I'm gonna answer real quick. If I can, did it just log me out. Oh man. Come on drew. Come on, dude. It just logged me out. Wow. I don't know why I did that. I can see myself live. Oh, wow. Okay. I don't know what's going on. I don't know why it logged me out, but I'm about at an hour. So I'm gonna cut this short here real quick. Thank you guys so much for watching me. I really appreciate everybody who's watching. I re really appreciate my community. If you guys are interested in getting more, the show doesn't stop. You can always catch me on. You can email me. You can catch me on discord. You can catch me on TikTok. I'm always posting a new content, any kind of questions that you have, feel free to a ask me. Most of my content comes from people asking questions. So I'll actually make a video about it. And if it's a really, good question that I'll be asked over and over again, I'll make an entire course out of it and spend weeks and months doing that. That's it for this one, guys. Thank you so much for watching. Thank you for listening to me on podcast. 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Okay. Hear us out. VAR is a corruption conspiracy. That has to be it, right? What else could explain the frankly HORRENDOUS calls that the referees made all through the midweek and weekend fixtures? To discuss it all, Aakarsh and Amogh join in! It's like a throwback to the original Corner Flag! The boys talk about City and Liverpool dropping points, United beating Arsenal, Bournemouth's amazing comeback and of course, all the bad VAR calls. Also, we have a donation page! Please head over to www.buymeacoffee.com/thecornerflag to show your support! Visit us on www.thecornerflag.in Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @cornerflagpod Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and don't forget to give us a 5 star review!
Die aards vaders, Abraham, Isak en Jakob se seuns was selfregerende grond baronne. Hulle slawerny onder die Egiptenare staan in donker en skreiende kontras met hulle eertydse glorie as onafhanklike alleenheersers. Daarom toe die Jode deur ‘n bonatuurlike goddelike ingryping
Alex hosts Norman, Charlotte and another Alex (Toon Review Stato) to discuss a very frustrating afternoon at St James' Park for Newcastle United. There's analysis of: A farcical VAR decision and why is it always us? Isak analysis Missed chances galore, will our three best players coming back fix this? How do we rate the start to the season now it's one win in six (but one defeat in six) Loads, loads more If you like these shows please consider supporting us on Patreon and get these shows advertisement free as well as 30 extra NUFC podcasts per month - head to www.patreon.com/tfpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It was a hard one to take as Liverpool gain advantage by the referee's inability to read a watch. Join Kris and Mark as they look back over an impressive team performance and an almost perfect debut for new boy Isak.Become a Gallowgateshots Member:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWLH... Make sure you subscribe for more NUFC content throughout the season. This podcast is part of the @90min Football network Follow the Socials: GallowgateShots Twitter: https://twitter.com/GallowgateShots AWSF Twitter: https://twitter.com/AWSFpodcast GS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GallowgateSh... GS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gallowgate_... Massive thanks to our season sponsors, please make sure to check out their Website and Social Media: TyreSpot.#NUFC #Newcastle #PremierLeague #NewcastleUnited #NEWFORSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Total Kontroll är Sveriges Lugnaste Fotbollspodd med Hasse Backe, Jonas "Greven" von Kjerrulf och Taimaz Ghaffari. Total Kontroll är en återkommande podcast om korsningen mellan fotboll och samhälle. I premiären hoppar vi rakt in och lär känna Hasse Backe, Greven, Taimaz och tar ett helhetsgrepp om Champions League-säsongen som är runt hörnet. Vi pratar också om några av de uppmärksammade övergångarna under sommaren. Isak, Haaland och Ajax-plundring. Sprid gärna podden till nya lyssnare som gillar fotboll och stork*kslugn. Mer info på https://www.loungepodden.se Följ Taimaz: https://www.instagram.com/taimazghaffari/ Följ LoungePodden/Total Kontroll: https://www.instagram.com/loungepodden
Transfer Deadline Day is one of the most exciting days for any soccer fan. It also means when it passes, we can actually have a clear picture of what level teams should be at, and most importantly, the countless transfer rumours and click bait stories stop. Temporarily. James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan and Brendan Dunlop react to Toronto FC's 2-2 draw with the LA Galaxy in the Greg Vanney Derby. Riqui Puig's wonder goal has the crew gushing. The deadline day rumours of Neymar to Chelsea have the crew speculating if the Brazilian would be as effective a superstar in the Premier League as Erling Haaland, who remarkably is on pace to score 76 goals this season after bagging his second hat-trick in as many games. The boys try to figure out how Premier League defenses could plot to stop the big Norwegian, and Scott Parker's poorly timed sacking has them all sympathetic. Craiger went to a 225 year-old cathedral and the organist played "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles". There's video on the @footy_prime Twitter account. Producer Dan Wong shares a mic with Forrest which made for an interesting audio dynamic, and an entertaining mail bag read. And nobody listens to Dunny, or wore yellow on Transfer Deadline Day. The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan, Brendan Dunlop, and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
Welcome to the Draft FC Podcast - the companion show to Draft FC - specifically focussing on the official FPL draft game. For this episode I look ahead to gameweek 6 and discuss waiver targets, hidden gems and trade targets. Follow and contact us on twitter: https://twitter.com/draft_fc for all the latest goings on or email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries. Make sure you check out https://www.draftfc.co.uk where you can sign-up for personalised team stats, league performance and global waiver trends - analytics you won't find anywhere else!
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. We've got a match preview here with Aaron Stokes and John Gibson as they look ahead to Newcastle United's Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace and much more.Please vote for us in the Football Content Awards by popping 'The Everything is Black and White Podcast' into the Premier League Best Podcast category. VOTE: https://footballcontentawards.com/voting
Taylor Payne DOESN'T host your go-to Newcastle United podcast, so you're stuck with Senior Writer George Caulkin and club correspondent Chris Waugh. They are still unbeaten in the Premier League, but Newcastle are feeling the effects of a bruising few days, so wd welcome the news of a club record signing in Real Sociedad forward Alexander Isak. Becky Langley's women's team are also unbeaten and George spoke to the now-full-time manager about her hopes for this season now they are formally integrated into the club. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
While Paul Doolan attends a London metropolitan elite dinner party, Fergus Craig and Dave Watson discuss the Wolves game, the signing of Isak and train punctuality. newcastlepodcast.com @newcastlenatter Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Chelsea spend 70 million on Wesley Fofana and Newcastle spend 60 million on Isak. Will Premier league clubs come to regret these big purchases? The guys also preview the biggest matches of the weekend in England, Spain, and Germany. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan, Brendan Dunlop and producer Dan Wong react to the UEFA Champions League group stage draw and debate the age old conspiracy that hot balls are used to give us favourable matchups like, "Robert Lewandowski's Barcelona vs Bayern Munich" and "Borussa Dortmund face the former face of the club, Erling Haaland, and Manchester City." Dunny praises Newcastle and West Ham for their transfer policies this summer, and surprisingly is more excited than Craig about Lucas Paqueta turning up at West Ham. Sharms is a heightest and favours big frontmen like 6'4" Alexander Isak. There are notable signs that Craig, Jimmy & Wonger are physically recovering from a great night out at a popular advertisers party. The Canadian Premier League unveiled new commissioner Mark Noonan Thursday, which led to a debate about how many clubs is the right number for the CPL and if there could be more than one club in Toronto. And the crew chat with Vanessa Morbi, VP of marketing at FuboTV Canada about being the new player in Canada's soccer market, as the home of the Premier League, Serie A and more. The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan, Brendan Dunlop, and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole *This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.*
Episodio de cierre de semana en GMF centrado en el sorteo de ayer de la Champions y la entrega de los premios UEFA con Alexia Putellas, Benzema y Ancellotti como protagonistas. Después pasamos por varios del mercado: Umtiti, Marco Asensio, Isak, Aubameyang, etc...
A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on August 26th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Michael WalshProducer: Kris Boswell
Tämä jakso on tuotettu kaupallisessa yhteistyössä KEINO-osaamiskeskuksen kanssa. Eeva Furman on entinen SYKE:n ympäristöpolitiikan johtaja. Hän on koulutukseltaan meribiologi, josta on uransa aikana muotoutunut kansainvälisten kestävyyskysymysten ja ympäristöpolitiikan johtava asiantuntija. Hänellä on rohkeita ja suorasanaisia mielipiteitä yhteiskuntamme tulevaisuudesta, joista moni osuu yhteiskunnallisen keskustelumme tärkeimpiin ja hankalimpiin kiintopisteisiin. Tässä jaksossa Isak ja Eeva puhuvat mm. siitä, mitä kestävä kehitys ja vihreä siirtymä ovat, ja miksi Eevan mielestä niihin tarvitaan kaikkien panosta. Mitä yhdessä pelaaminen tarkoittaa ja edellyttää vapaassa ja monitahoisessa maailmassa? Ja miten kaikki voisivat pelata peliä, jota myös moni ihminen itselleen tärkeiksi koetuista syistä vastustaa? Tämä jakso on ensimmäinen KEINO-osaamiskeskuksen kanssa tuotetuista jaksoista, jotka käsittelevät vihreää siirtymää, sen taloudellisia ja poliittisia ulottuvuuksia, sekä julkisten hankintojen roolia vihreän siirtymän toteutuksessa. ▶️ Jaksot videon kera Youtubesta: http://www.youtube.com/c/Futucastpodcast
Ahead of another big Premier League weekend, Jimbo welcomes Carl Anka, Duncan Alexander and Adrian Clarke into the pod. It's Hasenhuttl v ten Hag at St Mary's. Can United play the same way they did against Liverpool? Or will Ralph wreak havoc with his substitutions? Speaking of Liverpool, what is going on with them and Virgil Van Dijk? And are Chelsea really going to spend £60million on Anthony Gordon? Rangers really are in the Champions League group stage. Jordan Campbell joins us after a memorable night in Eindhoven. Plus some analysis of Isak, Iwobi, paprika and what was number 1 in 2004. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Southampton v Man Utd preview (03.00) • PART 2a: Liverpool v Bournemouth preview (15.00) • PART 2b: Man City v Crystal Palace preview (23.30) • PART 3a: PSV 0-1 Rangers with Jordan Campbell (26.00) • PART 3b: Arsenal v Fulham preview (34.30) • PART 3c: Brighton v Leeds and Chelsea v Leicester (39.00) • PART 4: The rest of the Premier League weekend (51.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After another chaotic summer for Barcelona, it might be easy to overlook the team's otherworldly young core. Musa and Ryan discuss the likes of Ansu Fati, Pedro, Gavi, et al., and how Barca's signings could affect their pathway and progress (07:54). They then discuss Alexander Isak's transfer to Newcastle (28:15) and Callum Hudson-Odoi's rumored loan to Bayer Leverkusen (37:05). Finally, after recent online discourse, they chat about what makes the Bundesliga—and other leagues—great, even when one side regularly wins the title (43:34). Host: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Os hablamos hoy en este GMF de jueves como fue el partido amistoso de ayer entre Barça y City para recaudar fondos contra la ELA y escuchamos a Unzué. También comentamos la inminente salida de Umtiti al Lecce, el fichaje de Isak por el Newcastle, todo sobre el sorteo de Champions de hoy, las palabras de Ferrán Soriano sobre Bernardo Silva, novedades de la polémica entre aficionados del Atlético con Griezmann y Hermoso, la lista de posibles fichajes millonarios que aún podrían ocurrir en la Premier, la vuelta de Ander Herrera a Bilbao y el traspaso de Embarba del Espanyol al Almería.
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - The Match Preview. Andrew and John are back to look ahead to Newcastle's trip to Wolves this weekend but before that, they take a look at the imminent arrival of Alexander Isaac, the hope of more signings to come, the victory over Tranmere in the EFL Cup, the battering the squad to come, and the potential exit of players.VOTE FOR US: https://footballcontentawards.com/votingVote for The Everything is Black and White Podcast in the Best Podcast category.
En el día del sorteo de la Champions y con la resaca de la noticia de la venta de Isak de la Real Sociedad por 70 millones de euros, en La Tribu de A Diario, Felipe del Campo, Luis Cortés, Ricardo Rosety, Roberto Mateo y Nacho Labarga debatieron sobre los temas de actualidad deportiva dirigidos por Raúl Varela.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Barça y City empatan a 3 en su partido amistoso contra la ELA. Entrevista a Borja Iglesias, actual pichichi de LaLiga y jugador del Real Betis. 'Los miembros de 'El Sanedrín' analizan en 'El Larguero' el sorprendente fichaje de Isak por el Newcastle y todo lo que depara la actualidad deportiva. Charla con Marc Soler y última hora del 'caso Djokovic' y si podrá entrar en Estados Unidos por el US Open.
En el día del sorteo de la Champions y con la resaca de la noticia de la venta de Isak de la Real Sociedad por 70 millones de euros, en La Tribu de A Diario, Felipe del Campo, Luis Cortés, Ricardo Rosety, Roberto Mateo y Nacho Labarga debatieron sobre los temas de actualidad deportiva dirigidos por Raúl Varela.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I det gamle testamente er det ikke altid lige så let at udpege helten og skurken. Kristian og Lauge dykker ned i den moralsk uklare fortælling om Isak og hans søn Jakob. Fortalt og klippet af Kristian Leth og Lauge Hendriksen. Speak: Karen Straarup. Redaktør: Hanne Budtz-Jørgensen. Produceret for DR af Munck Studios København.
El programa del miércoles con Jesús Gallego y el deporte del día: El ciclista del Team Emirates ha ganado una etapa para poner fin a 121 etapas sin victoria española en grandes vueltas, el Newcastle pone 70 millones por Isak, previa del sorteo de la Champions y más fútbol, baloncesto, Fórmula 1 y más deporte.
Los miembros de 'El Sanedrín' analizan la actualidad deportiva. Los equipos españoles afrontan un sorteo de Champions League que se puede complicar por la presencia de los habituales 'cocos', esos equipos a evitar para no complicarse la vida desde un principio. El Barça y el City empatan a tres en el partido amistoso contra la ELA, siendo el gran ganador de la noche Juan Carlos Unzué con su divulgación contra la enfermedad. Pese a las negativas de los de Guardiola, Bernardo Silva sigue interesando al Barça. Isak se marcha de la Real Sociedad por 70 millones, poniendo rumbo al Newcastle. José Castro sale al paso defendiendo a Lopetegui pese al mal inicio del Sevilla.
On this episode of the Churros y Tácticas Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Sam Leveridge discuss: The crazy Aleksander Isak transfer His lack of production last season Raul de Tomas What are Newcastle doing? What other options Real Sociedad could pursue Is Antoine Griezmann realistic? Would he fit? Are Atletico Madrid weaker or stronger than last season? Alvaro Morata What's Diego Simeone's best XI? The Atletico Ultras. What you need to know about them. And more. Did you enjoy these Churros? Get a more raw version once a week exclusively over on Patreon.com/ChurrosyTacticas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The BarcaBreakdown discuss FC Barcelona's 1-4 victory against Real Sociedad at Anoeta. Xavi's surprising starting eleven clearly did not work, though Pedri, Balde and Lewandowski combined for a fantastic goal in the game's opening minute. However, Araujo as RB, Frenkie De Jong as pivot, and Ferran Torres working inside with Lewandowski left us open to a counter and early goal to tie the game 1-1 by Isak. Overall, Xavi tried a new 3-4-3 (3-2-3-1?) lineup that did not work for the first 60 minutes of the game. The substitutions of Ansu Fati and Raphinha immediately changed the complexion of the game, as Fati assisted Dembele and Lewandowski before scoring his own goal to lead the 1-4 victory. Fati proved again why he is FC Barcelona's #10, and how absolutely magical he is when healthy and playing consistently. Unfortunately, Ferran Torres (who made only 1 appearance in preseason) looked very rusty and out of position as he was not dribbling in from the wings. Christensen again had a great game in defense, and he is continuing to prove why Xavi is relying on him as a starting centerback. Eric Garcia put in a good shift, though he was unlucky Frenkie gave the ball away and put Garcia in a bad position for the Isak goal. We hope to see Xavi continue to tinker with the team and find the best lineup to improve our defence and midfield. The signing of Kounde will be critical to make sure he can cover the RB or RWB spot this season.
[S2E4. ISAK 이삭]This week, hosts Aaron and Joel are joined by a special guest, Isak!From living in the US, to getting casted as SM Entertainment's first half-Korean trainee, all the way to her debut in the duo ISAK N JIYEON; Isak joins the Korean Cowboys today to share her experiences and what she's been up to! 이번 주에는 SM엔터테인먼트 출신인 '이삭'님께서 코리안 카우보이스 팟캐스트에 나오셨습니다!--• Find all of our Links Here: www.linktr.ee/koreancowboys• Watch Korean Cowboys Podcast on: YouTube (Video Exclusive): www.youtube.com/koreancowboys• Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3PZOQuN...• Korean Cowboys website: https://www.koreancowboys.com• Korean Cowboys Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/koreancowbo...• Korean Cowboys Twitter: https://twitter.com/Korean_Cowboys• Aaron's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theaaronkwak/• Joel's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joeljaylane/