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North Korea-U.S. working-level talks resume in Stockholm Saturday

it’s late Saturday morning over in
Sweden where North Korea and the US have just started their working-level
discussions although details are sketchy our eg1 tells us what we can expect from
the talks North Korea and the u.s. agreed to resume their working-level
talks on Saturday at the villa a fixture and inland Ingo northeast of Stockholm
details are not yet known about the meeting but that is what’s been
reportedly agreed by the two sides at their preliminary discussions today
before it is known that the US special envoy for North Korea mark Lambert and
Kwon jungin the former head of the regime’s North American Affairs
Department carried out Friday’s exchange as the discussion was in preparation for
Saturday’s meeting the two sides only met for a few hours Friday morning to
reportedly work out the schedule and administrative tasks for the actual
working-level sit down regarding general atmosphere it’s been
reported that the US thinks proactive talks were exchanged in an amicable way
while not much is known about saturday’s talks ji myung-gil will be heading the
North Korean delegation while US Special Representative for North Korea Stephen
vegan will do so for Washington there was speculation that the talks could go
on for more than a day should there be more to discuss but there are no
indications of that happening as of yet this is the first time that the two
sides have sat down on the negotiating table since the annoy summit fell apart
in February with President Donald Trump recently having mentioned the possible
new calculation eyes are on whether the two sides can agree on the
denuclearization steps and their corresponding measures first the main
sticking point of Saturday’s meeting is expected to be whether North Korea will
give up anything more than the young banned nuclear facility and whether the
US will give partial sanctions relief or security guarantees in exchange
Time magazine citing two US officials said Trump is prepared to offer Kim
jong-un a three-year waiver from UN sanctions on textile and coal exports
should Pyongyang agreed to dismantle its main nuclear facility at Young Gun and
hold its production of highly enriched uranium easy one

4-H Working Safely on Tractors

Tractors play an important role on most farms,
and proper training and use of farm equipment is essential in keeping everyone healthy and safe. Working Safely on Tractors So who can or can’t use a tractor? Well, no one is allowed to drive a tractor unless they’re under strict supervision, or are cleared by a knowledgeable and experienced supervisor. You may have been around tractors your whole life, but that doesn’t mean you’re trained to use them. The first thing you need to do is read and follow the manual. Always use the steps or ladder to climb on. Face the machine while you climb, and keep three points of contact at all times. If the machine doesn’t have a stepper ladder, use the left side — that’s the one with the clutch. Using the right side is dangerous
because you could release the brake. Never jump or try to get on or off a moving tractor. That’s just super dangerous. So now let’s talk about a few driving hazards. The biggest driving hazard can be the terrain, so always look out for things such as stumps, large stones, irrigation pipes, ditches, mud, and large holes. And if you can’t remove a hazard, mark or flag it so you or someone else will see it next time. Hills and uneven surfaces are another huge hazard when it comes to operating tractors. It’s always best to drive straight up or down a slope — never on an angle. And avoid sharp downhill turns. Always slow down before making turns, and begin to apply the brakes before you turn the wheels.
And don’t speed. Another important safety feature of your tractor is the ROPS. She means the rollover protective structure. If the machine you’re using doesn’t have one, ask if you should be using that tractor. ROPS are mandatory in most situations and must be used with a seat belt. The idea is if the tractor were to roll or flip, the ROPS would keep the tractor from rolling on top of you. But you have to wear your seat belt
so you stay in your seat and protected. It’s like a roll bar in a race car. When operating a tractor with a bucket,
always travel with the bucket low. This will keep your centre of gravity low
and the tractor stable. If you’re towing an offset implement,
the implement should always be on the uphill side. Also, avoid sharp downhill turns. Never ride on a tractor if there isn’t a seat — no matter who tells you to — and don’t let anyone else do it either. It’s extremely dangerous. Tractors can also be crazy loud. You have to
remember to wear your hearing protection. If you’re 16 or older, and you have your driver’s licence, then you’re allowed on roads. If not, you can’t go on roads, so don’t. So that’s it. Now you’ve heard about a few of the hazards of operating a tractor. Proper training and use of farming equipment
is absolutely essential in keeping everyone
healthy and safe. Remember all these things and you’ll be well on your way to working safely on and around tractors. Thanks for watching. And if you have any questions, ask your 4-H leader.

AF8 – Business Resilience

The impact of the 2011
earthquake on this company of me personally was pretty profound.
We had loss of a loved one and the business itself was pretty dramatically
impacted. We lost a lot of infrastructure, lost a lot of staff, we lost customers.
What we found was a business that was severely severely damaged in terms of
its people, in terms its machinery, in terms of the building. I had staff members saying ‘sorry Tom the business is gone but at least everyone got out alive’.
That’s what I was faced with and it might sound melodramatic now but that
was what we were looking at – everything was on the floor and
everything was damaged. The overarching decision for me was that I had 150
families relying on me to keep this business going. So if I go, there’s 150
families and suddenly now got an earthquake and no income and so I felt
personally quite responsible for the fact I had to give it my very best shot
to keep the business going. My name’s Tom Thompson and this is my company, EPL. We are a plastics profile company so we supply most of the appliance industry,
the marine industry, dairy industry, construction. The mindset that someone faces in that situation is you’ve got to be flexible and you’ve got to be fleet of
foot. I think it was it was a matter of hours between grabbing the resources
that were already being gobbled up and being able to utilize those resources
and rebuild the business. We’re talking hours, not days or weeks. So with the new building we’ve bought
our infrastructure back above ground that’s your power, your water, your high-pressure air and that type of thing is all above-ground so if anything goes
wrong we can fix it easil y. After the earthquake building codes have changed
quite rightly and we’ve made sure stayed that the front edge as we
built this building. To prepare for the Alpine Fault you need to be adaptable
and you need to be able to take people with you. I just think you need to be
aware of the type of things that can go wrong, you have to try all the time to
see how you can make the business more resilient and that may that might change
as time goes on but you do have to be fleet of foot and you do have to use
your resources because not everyone’s going to be effective. The bigger the event the bigger the fact that you will be relying on yourself to
a large extent.

Tech Meets Business | Tarun On Reducing Cloud Spends By 50%

Hi guys. I’m Pooja, I look after Strategic Initiatives at Zapr. Welcome to our first session of our special series ‘Tech meets Business’ One of the most interesting things for a software engineer is that his or her work directly impacts the industry Here at Zapr also, we really want to make this real impact in the media and advertising industry by constantly improving and innovating things. Today we have Tarun Gupta with us. He is a Technical Architect here at Zapr. Let’s talk to Tarun then! Happy to be here Pooja. So, we recently did a major activity of optimizing our cloud spends where I was responsible for reducing it. So can you help us understand, how did this requirement come up in the first place? Ya, sure. We were about to integrate with a major partner and we realized that we actually expected a five fold increase in our user base and we realized that because of this our costs were going to shoot up using our predictive model analysis, we figured out that these kind of costs are not really sustainable and we need to
figure out how these costs are distributed across our systems: which
systems we can actually tell where exactly we can reduce this cost or we
can actually get away with some of the redundant systems. So that’s how we came up with this idea of cost optimization in the first place. While this was the major reason for us, the other reason was as a growing startup Zapr was also looking for expanding our business across different geographies, even international geographies which would have further increased our costs so that’s why we wanted to do this cost optimization exercise so that we have a better understanding of our cost distribution across different systems So Tarun, why is this cloud storage and computation so expensive? And how much does a company like Zapr rely on cloud? So, the cloud is becoming cheaper day by day and the main benefit of using cloud is the
elasticity you get Also, you do away with the cost of having an expert team which manages on-premise infra But going to cloud has its own caveat, so as you grow as a startup, your userbase grows the data that you store grows the amount of data you are churning grows so what it requires is, it requires placing in best practices around operating on infra. you did the impossible by reducing the
cost 50% in just a span of about 2 months So how did you go about achieving
this? Actually before starting with any optimization activity, what we did was that we did a very thorough tagging activity. What it helped us
understand is that where actually the cost was coming from. So we tagged each
and every of our resources with important tags like project, servicing,
team and with that we were able to get a clear picture of where each cost was
coming from, what component was contributing how much. Post that, what we did was we tried to question the existence of every component and then
went out went ahead with understanding why that component is costing so much.
Post that, we put a target in mind that how much this component should actually
cause and then that is how we release catched up a plan for reducing the
overall cost by 50% This must have been a massive exercise. Can you tell us about the different optimizations that you did? Did you have to work across teams also for this? Yes, it was. So major themes were around removing redundant component so wherein we identified like how same data is stored at
two different formats or two pipelines producing the same similar kind of data.
We identified this and removed. The other was like right sizing and auto scaling, wherein we identified that are we using the right kind of resources for
right things or should we like move to a higher memory instance which have low CPU
or where do we require more CPU and less memory. The other part was around auto
scaling. So you do not really need to be running at peak capacity at all the time.
So for instance, at night time you really don’t need all your resources to be up
So we established metrics around that how do we want to automatically scale in
and scale out. Another important thing was life cycles and backup. So as a company, you are always taking backups and you are really not
worried about removing it and with growing scale and with time your data
also grows the data that you’re storing grows so what we did is we identified which type of data we want to store for how much period and how do we
transition this across different storage tiers which has different different
costs. Along with all these we did lot of core optimizations as well. So what we
did was that we rewrote one of our core components for better efficiency giving
almost 10x performance and the other thing was like we analyzed that where
we can compress the data and reduce the data in flight and data X store. Also it required working across with all the engineering teams and some business teams as well. At times it was tough to get everyone at the same page but
what it led to was that during these discussions we did get some very
innovative solutions or answers to the problem that we were trying to solve. That’s really impressive,Tarun. So, tell me, while figuring out where
each penny was spent what was the most unanticipated place you saved the cost? Sure, so I love to talk about this one. See almost two billion fingerprints daily which leads to a lot of influx of data so when we were looking at this component, we saw that we were doing as much “data-out” as the “data-in”. For most of the cloud
vendors, while data-in is free data-out is charged at a significant price and
this was really puzzling to us that because we were not sending too much
data-out and this was an unexpected place where the volumes look very high.
So on digging out further deep we figured out that this is because of the
SSL certificate exchange that is happening and this is must for an HTTPS
which is the norm of the security in today’s world.
So initially it looked unavoidable but we really wanted to solve for this, so
then further digging deep down we figured out that each SSL certificate
has a chain and the longer the chain the bigger the SSL certificate exchange is. So
we figured out how we can reduce this chain and we bought in certificates
which were like having shorter chain and just by changing the certificates itself
we saved a lot of costs there. Thank you for sharing our experiences, Tarun. As we rapidly scale, it’s really important for us to solve for efficiency of our systems and only when technology and business comes together and work together this real impact can be achieved in the industry. Thank you for watching us. We’ll catch you in our next session of the special series Technology Meets Business at Zapr!

No-Deal Brexit Explained In 60 Seconds

On 31st of October the UK is set to leave
the EU. This follows the result of a referendum, taken
in 2016 in which the British public voted to leave the European Union. 1In order to smoothen the transition of the
UK away from EU laws and regulations, withdrawal agreements were tabled by both the EU and
the UK, but these were repeatedly voted down in the
UK parliament. What this has led to is a stalemate, in which
the default withdrawal agreement is no withdrawal agreement, Meaning that unless a deal is struck, the
UK will crash out of the EU on the 31st of October, thereby abruptly stopping things
like freedom of movement, The UK’s divorce bill of back payments to
the EU, As well as creating a hard border in Northern
Ireland. Supporters of no deal laud the money benefits
of such an arrangement, arguing that it would bring billions of pounds back to the UK and
drastically speed up an already delayed Brexit Yet opponents argue that the economy would
suffer badly in the event of a no deal brexit, as well as the rights of EU citizens in the
UK being affected. That’s my short explanation of a no deal
brexit, thanks for watching and please like share and subscribe.

Emotional Intelligence at Work

Did you know that 58% of your
performance in the workplace, no matter what kind of job you have, is determined
by your emotional intelligence? I’m Brenda Florida, life coach and
lifestyle advisor, and today we’re going to talk about the importance of
emotional intelligence. I often do programs in the workplace
environment for either companies or I’ve done worked with associations for their
members on emotional intelligence because when there’s a single
determining factor that equates to 58% of your performance, that’s worth
talking about. So what is emotional intelligence? Emotional intelligence
actually has four components. It’s about your self-awareness because,
of course, if you are not self-aware, then your ability to manage yourself or other
situations is very limited. So it all begins with self-awareness– that’s sort
of the foundation of emotional intelligence. Next is your ability to
then monitor or change or modify how you’re behaving because you’ve started
by being self-aware and now you have this awareness and so now you can choose
your response a little easier. The next goes to what you might call social
or other awareness, so your ability to pick up on what other people are
thinking or feeling or your intuition so to speak towards them. And then last but
not least is then putting all of that together and saying, “Okay, now I
understand myself and I think I have a sense of the other person and where
they’re coming from and so now how do I help manage the whole interaction so that it’s more productive?” So those are the four components of
emotional intelligence. There’s a great book I always use what I’m training this:
it’s Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and this is by Travis Bradbury and Jeanne Grieves
and you can find it very easily on Amazon or whatever; I’ll put a link in
the post. But one of the things I like about this book is that, one, it talks
about each of those four components to, you know, more detail than I’ve just gone
to, so you can understand those a little better. And then it also comes with a
code so that you can go on their website and take an emotional intelligence
assessment. And then when you get that assessment, the rest of the book, like,
actually probably two-thirds of this book are ways to improve on whatever the EQ (emotional intelligence) assessment indicated for you
specifically. So it might say, “Oh well, to improve your self-awareness, go to tip
number, you know, 3, 7 and 10 and read what those say and then start to apply that.”
You know, so it’s very practical For those of you who have followed my
work for very long or been with me in one of my programs or worked with me in
the workplace, you know that I am all about being practical. I have that very
pragmatic side of me where I don’t really care if it’s a great idea and it
sounds good– a lot of leadership concepts are that way. People will talk about these
lofty ideas of what great leaders we want to be or great managers– and then
they don’t tell you how to get from point A to point B. So I’m all about how
to get from A to B and so if you check out the program’s page on my website,
you’ll see I have three different programs there right now that I’ve done
several different times. Like I said before, in my case they’ve been to realtor
companies or organizations because I spent, you know, all of my career really,
other than being a life coach, in the real estate industry. Okay there was
few years where I was also an owner of a Domino’s Pizza franchise with my husband,
but I haven’t spun a pizza crust in a long time! So most of my career has been
in real estate and so my programs have been in that arena and, you know, anybody
who’s affiliated or in any kind of sales work, which really who isn’t in sales? But
real estate agents, insurance agents, people who work in banks– anybody who’s
really selling for a living, your emotional intelligence is going to be
worth way more than 58% of your job performance because your ability to
monitor your own behavior, I’ll say, or your own reactions, your ability to know
when you’re getting your buttons pushed and why or to change your response
because of that, to take a few minutes to say, “You know, what I’m going to think
about that and I’m going to get back to you a little bit later today,” or you know
whatever it is. Those are signs of emotional intelligence. Empathy. We’ll do–
I’ll have to do a whole video on empathy. Empathy to me is probably the number
one deal breaker or maker with a leader or anyone in any kind of a direct sales
sort of relationship because if you don’t have empathy for the people that
are on your team and who are with you, then your boat is sunk from the
beginning, whether you know it or not. So I love talking about this, I love working
with organizations and with individuals on it, so if you have any interest in
having me develop a program for you or if you just want some coaching
one-on-one in this area, please reach out to me through my website or through
email: [email protected] On the programs page, there’s plenty of
links where you can email me from there– and let’s talk about how improving your
emotional intelligence can help you perform better in the workplace. And my
little secret here is what helps in the workplace, helps at home– it will help in
all your personal relationships as well. So this is Brenda Florida,
let’s live lavishly together. Thanks for joining me!

How To Stop Overworking | STOP Working So Hard. This Is What Billionaires Do

What happened to the good old days when we
hunted, farmed, gathered, and fish for our food instead of being overworked? Some of us work like slaves, yet we reap no
joy. While others put in what is required and reap
all the pleasures that life has to offer. It is easy to put in 100 hours a week doing
something that gives you passion and happiness. It is difficult to put in 30 hours a week
doing something that brings pure misery and agony. This video on overworked, overwhelmed, and
overstress shall stress the utmost importance of how
not to fall prey to what 95% of us are doing. The Power Of Not Working
Why do companies give most of its employees 2 weeks paid vacation and 1-2 weeks off during
the end of the year? Bill Gates and other super wealthy moguls
dedicate an entire week a few times a year of just relaxing. No phones, laptops, work, and so forth. Just relax, have fun, eat, and wind down. They do it because it increases productivity,
releases all the stress and tension, and enhances work ethics studies suggest. Life must be a balance. Stocks, investments, temperature, human emotions,
hunger, and so on do just that. Excessive exercising, eating the same healthy
foods daily, drinking too much water, overthinking, and so on. These are healthy and beneficial to the body
but in moderation. When you are not working, you give time to
your body, mind, and self. Extensive labor whether physically or mentality
must be feed with nutrient. That nutrient is nothing. Literally, just relax and turn off the switch
to worldly matters. Don’t think about work when you aren’t
working. Don’t even talk about work. Do all things work related when you are at
your job. When vacation or temporary rest comes, just
relax and enjoy every moment. Stressing overwork only creates more harm. Why overwork and over-stress, that’s double
murder? Dangers Of Overworked
When you over-train, you can hurt a muscle, dislocate a bone, and recover poorly. It goes to say in all aspects of life. Overworking can lead to the one thing which
some fall victims too, suicide. Koreans, Japanese, and Chinese have the highest
work-related suicide rates. Their rapid modernization and advancement
don’t need numbers or statistics as evidence. A man’s wealth is measured by his intensive
labors. I do genuinely believe that. However, no one cares about the pain or suffering
that you’ve experienced to achieved such statue. Progress doesn’t matter, the final result
does. Working too much can lead to and cause severe
miseries. Miseries that worsens your emotions and pains. Here are some dangers associated with being
overworked. * Feel worthless and unappreciated
* Increase blood pressure * Increases stress and tensions
* Uncertainty, not sure what you are working for
* Restless nights * Lack of proper food
* Can lead to death * Long night hours can lead to cancer
* Excessive sitting increases the risk of a stroke
What’s even more frightening is that the above list only contains a few examples. It’s all been scientifically studied and
proven. The 40-hour a week isn’t just a random number. 40 hours a week has been proven to be super
effective for most employees and even higher-ups. 8 hours goes into work, rest, and other personal
matters. A perfect balance. Is it better to labor intensively, so your
bank account grows or is it better to labor adequately, so your body, mind, and spirit
grows? We forget the most important thing (person)
to us. That’s us. Working for someone else’s dreams is bad
enough, but having to break your back and even sacrifice your soul for their cause is
absurd. So tell me, do you work to live, or live to
work? Set The Mood
My job involves the internet, a laptop, and anything else to lighten the mood. Working as a cashier may not be a great example. Listening to some music, munching on cookies
or a piece of fruit, drinking coffee or your favorite beverage, and anything to set the
tune may reduce work stress. Just because it’s work doesn’t mean you
should give your absolute and undivided attention to it. We are not machines in the flesh, well, not
yet. Being a minimalist traveler has given me great
freedom. Sipping on freshly, roasted, robust cafe while
listening quietly to peaceful music as I sit in a place filled with warmth and comfort. Watching locals do whatever it is that they
do and gazing in awe at unfamiliar faces. That’s why I love my job. Sitting in a windowless basement while slaving
for your boss is something that I can not register. Food, shelter, and family comes first, but
however about you? You work day and night, to please someone
else. Pictures, colors, material objects, plants,
flowers, and anything to lighten up the atmosphere. Working outside and around plants increases
productivity by up to 40%. Sunlight increases happiness. Just seeing others work can motivate you. Your surroundings is just as crucial as the
job itself. Energy And Movement Going to work on 4 hours of rest isn’t the
wisest move, especially to the person being operated on. Being overweight and stationed to one spot
for 8 hours a day isn’t healthy or jolly. A healthy mind and body is a productive mind
and body. Working at peaked energy and strength only
makes your job easier. Drink coffee, water, tea, juices, or whatever
in the morning to start your day. Working 40 hours a week while frequenting
fast food is an American thing, yet a recent 2018 poll shows that 85% of them aren’t
satisfied where they work. Could it be that food and physical activity
play some kind of role? Yes, times infinity! Burgers, Chinese, Mexican, and potatoes are
not real food. How you look and feel is caused by what you
eat. You know exactly what’s healthy and not,
and you know this to be true, yet you can not accept it because the power of gluttony
and sloth has dominance over you. Exercise increases energy, memory cognition,
creativity, motivation, releases stress and tension, and so much more. Sitting all day is killing you, literally. Some scientist are saying that sitting is
the new smoking. Remember a few million years ago when our
ancestors walked everywhere? Physical activity will make you live longer,
even if you smoke and drink. It’s easy to work 12 hours a day if you’re
moving. It’s unbearable working 8 hours a day when
you’re glued to one spot. Love What You Do Everyone has to work, for the most part. If you’re still working where you are, then
you really don’t hate it. If you do, then you’d be long gone. The truth is you’re comfortable. It feeds the family and provides a roof for
you. That’s all it takes, for the multitude. Traveling, working abroad, and doing anything
my American passport grants me is a dream come true. It didn’t come easy. I’m finally reaping the seeds of my hard
labor. What I’m saying is you can do anything and
work anywhere you please. No one forced you to work at Amazon or Walmart. You believe that you can not own a company
or you’ll always do another man’s job. There you go. You believe it, and you shall have it. You’re not willing to take risk or try new
things. Putting in 12 hours a day for years will eventually
make any man go mad unless he loves what he does. You’re not overworked, you just don’t
like your job. Do what you want and love. If it takes another 4 years of college, then
so be it. If it requires you to sacrifice a few things,
then is that a risk you’re willing to take? You have to do what gives you absolute joy
and meaning. You’ve worked too long to make someone else’s
dreams a reality. Isn’t it time to make yours a reality? That isn’t the final question. The last question is what is it going to take
for you to do just that?

What are the best parts about working for GE Aviation?

One of the best parts about working here
at Aviation is just how willing people are to give you help and give you
support. No matter where I’ve gone or who have turned to I’ve always been able to
find someone to support my projects or even act as a mentor for me. Everybody
here at Aviation, from the staff on your team, to senior leaders are incredibly
generous with their time and their help and even senior leaders are willing to
set up time just to get to know you before they even ask about the work
you’re doing or how they can help and that’s been one of the best parts about
working here is just how willing everyone is to help you and how much
they want to get to know you as a person, not just as a co-worker.


(Sanjay texting) Doing laundry in Sweden is just as
important as waking up every morning. Though it might be a common excuse for
people to just stay at home, quite often they’re telling the truth. They have to do laundry. Since it’s such a big deal, you need a few items before
you begin your mission the key to access the laundry room
…since we’re washing soap, you’ll need some detergent and the IKEA bag. No laundry day is complete without an IKEA bag. The laundry room or Tvättstuga in
Swedish, is typically located in the basement of your apartment. To get to this ultimate Swedish experience, you’ll need to traverse some dark, cold and sometimes scary corridors. In Sweden the laundry room is shared with the entire
apartment and it’s free. So in order to avoid awkward confrontations or receiving angry notes, book in advance. You can book in front of the laundry
room or online, it’s up to you. In the laundry room you’ll find your average
sink, washers and dryers and the not so average or traditional ‘dryer room thing’ (
it’s kinda cool though) And the machines, they come in English, Portuguese,
French, Italian…. They’re quite multilingual and easy to use, or you can
just throw the detergent in like I did. No measurements needed. It’s very
important though that you take care of the room Don’t leave stuff in the
washers or dryers or leave the washer and dryer dirty. (Sighs) You will receive some
really really, angry, angry notes It’s also really important to not
overstay your time (Neighbour: Hej !) Sanjay: I’m so Sorry ! This room can definitely make or break the friendships
between you and your neighbours. Now, because of the awesome booking system,
there’s no need to sit and wait for your laundry. So you can just wish your
favourite underwear good luck. No one is gonna steal it. Your neighbours will love
you if you clean up your lint. And if you don’t? Well, let’s just say you won’t be
so popular. Because it’s a shared space, the laundry room has many rules, some of which are unspoken. There might be additional ones depending on
where you live. All in all, never underestimate the
seriousness of laundry day and the laundry room in Sweden