35 Burst results for "5 Years"

A Nation Should Not Go to War if It Has Serious and Widespread Domestic Issues

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 12 hrs ago

A Nation Should Not Go to War if It Has Serious and Widespread Domestic Issues

"Kota villa, who passed away unexpectedly, this last summer. He famously used to write and he had a great book called the ruling class. You guys hear that expression. We use it a lot. He came up with it. He was probably one of the clearest foreign policy thinkers in the last 50 years. And he had a belief that a nation should not go to war if you have widespread and serious domestic issues. Let's see. Do we have widespread and serious domestic issues? We can't agree on whether or not a 5 year old should be vaccinated. You think we can agree on whether or not we should send troops to go regulate the eastern border of Ukraine? And you might say Charlie, that's a red herring. Those two things have nothing to do with each other. They actually do. Because if you think we can agree on very simple domestic governance issues, how are we going to agree on troop allocation? And by the way, is national morale high or is it low? These are very simple questions that leaders should be asking. So let's pretend that my whole argument that America has no role right now and actually regulating the eastern board. Let's say that doesn't win over most Americans, which I think it does. But let's pretend that the people in D.C. are convinced that it's their role to go play border cop. Not of the American southern border who cares about the Arizona texture New Mexico border, California border. No about the Ukrainian border, because they're big in the sovereignty, right? Well, then, how about this argument? The argument is that the morale of the country is so low right now, doing big things, 5000 miles away against countries that know how to fight is a really bad idea.

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Sen. Collins, Sen. Coons Publish Letter 5 Years Ago in Favor of Filibuster

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 3 d ago

Sen. Collins, Sen. Coons Publish Letter 5 Years Ago in Favor of Filibuster

"Senators Collins coons this is the Democrat creep from Delaware Lead effort to preserve 60 vote threshold for legislation It's only less than 5 years ago Less than 5 years ago U.S. senator Susan Collins and Chris Coons led a bipartisan group of 61 senators in writing The Senate leadership urging them to preserve the 60 threshold for legislation It's the filibuster Quote this letter demonstrates the majority of the Senate both Republicans and Democrats can come together to protect an important tradition of the Senate that recognizes the rights of the minority and makes bipartisan legislation more likely said senator Collins After the contentious some polarized debate of the past few weeks I am hopeful that this letter indicates a new determination by a bar partisan group of more than 60 senators To move forward to solve the pressing problems facing our nation Democrats want the Senate to work and we are willing to partner with our colleagues across the aisle If we can get things done for the American people said senator

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James O'Keefe Discusses His New Book 'American Muckraker'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 4 d ago

James O'Keefe Discusses His New Book 'American Muckraker'

"Folks I'm talking to James O'Keefe, the new book is American muckraker, congratulations on the book, James. It's important that people understand who you are and where you're coming from and that you're fighting for them, whether they know you are not, but they should know you and they should help support you by buying the book. We're doing what they can. Thank you, Eric. It's a good read. It took me 5 years to write this book. 700, 800 footnotes in it, and I really, I really tried to really get into all the research about ethics and deception and privacy. This issue of privacy, Twitter recently, as a policy now that you can't post a video that's a nonconsensual recording, which is an absurd argument if you think about it because we believe the video camera, the hidden camera is an extension of the pencil and paper. It's more accurate depiction of a conversation that you're having with someone. So these are really nuanced issues and we've never lost a lawsuit. There's another chapter in this book called litigation, talks about the discovery process of a lawsuit. We sued The New York Times for defamation, got past motion to dismiss this past year and The New York Times admitted in court. They got the facts wrong, but they still would not correct the article. So oftentimes you have this dynamic where they are afraid of discovery. They are afraid of transparency. We the people do have to behave so ethically that we have to behave like we're always being watched and we that's our cross to bear. And that is our responsibility. This book talks about that

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The Most Impactful Tools of Persuasion With Political Commentator Calvin Robinson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 4 d ago

The Most Impactful Tools of Persuasion With Political Commentator Calvin Robinson

"You know the next generation, you've taught them Calvin. Can you help me? I have a mission, you know? My mission is to keep our tommies in the trenches. Our GIs, buoyed and ready to fight to give them the political and spiritual ammunition. But I'm curious, have you found in talking to those who are from the other side, or who are undecided or apolitical or just indoctrinated? Is there any frequency? Is there any tool that you have found to be more persuasive than others? I found personal narrative, especially the narrative of my parents quite efficacious and in what they suffered through. But tell us as an educator what you've seen work the best. So I've always struggled with personal anecdotes because they can always Trump you on something. If you say, well, I come from a working class background. But what I was more impoverished than you, if you say, well, I'm like, well, I'm fully black, you know, they can always one up here on that. And I find that facts and evidence don't work in arguments against them. Because there are entirely motive. So what I try to do is just ask questions. Keep asking questions. You know, with my kids in class, in particular, but Trump is a bad guy. Trump is evil, I'd be like, okay, so why? Because so what policies do you not like it is? And then you get, you know, they're almost imploding. And the more you can ask those questions, they're more they start to question themselves, but actually, why do I think that? Because they have to come to the realization on their own, that they've been indoctrinated. We can't tell them that they've fallen. They know they've been duped, because nobody wants to admit they've been due to the I have to realize it for themselves. And that's the same with adults. We can't say that this pandemic has been overblown. We just have to keep asking people. So do you really think that locking people down in their own homes is a good idea? Do you really think that sending people with COVID from hospitals into elderly care homes is a good idea? Do you really think giving a vaccine to 5 year olds when they're not at risk is a good idea just keep asking the questions and eventually they'll work it out for themselves.

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AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Describes What He Looks for in a Judge

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 6 d ago

AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Describes What He Looks for in a Judge

"What will you be looking for in judges? It's a very important part of a U.S. senator, which is approving or rejecting judge nominees from a president. Very simple. U.S. Constitution is what this country is built on. Amen. If you don't like it, there's great places for you to go. I've offered and in fact one lady took me up on it. We're working with her right now for that one way ticket to Caracas. Oh, she is? She has to live there at least 5 years and never ask for a dime. And that is redone nor voted. I would love to send a camera crew with her. When there's no running water and foods infected and you lose 12 pounds in the first month. Oh, it's like a great weight loss strategy though. Those are opportunities. If you want to go there and be that. But in our judges, you know, we've got a constitution. It's very clear to me it was written with a lot of great insight with a lot of people who love this country. And a good lord that helped them through the writing of that is just a beautiful document. That's number one in the core principle. It's not to invent laws. That's not their job. We have a judicial legislative executive branch. And that's what they were set up for. Also, with the legislative side, you need to get back to doing your job. Don't let the executive group run wild with endless wars. Oh, I totally agree. Don't let them put the State Department in charge of an operation in Afghanistan when the military should be the last out. And that was a disgrace what happened? The faces of those 13, 13. Every day we come to work. Guys, this is why it's so important. Yes. This kind of thing must stop now.

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AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 6 d ago

AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

"A friend of mine, someone who's been very generous to turning point USA and he's a great American Jim layman, and you're running for U.S. Senate in Arizona. Charley, it's time for Washington to see some real action on the U.S. Senate floor. Somebody's really going to stand up for America first, Arizona. I'm going there to make sure it happens. Well, I love to hear that. And so you built a business here in Arizona. Tell us about that. Well, a great foundation of 8 years ago, we brought in great guys from the colon gas industry, which I had led for many years. Second largest company in that industry was fortunate to not start it, but build it to what it was. And then bringing those guys over, seeing an opportunity that said there's a new form of energy that if we focus with utility types really strong power people, not looking at as a greeny thing, look at the power thing. The way of the potential for it to become the lowest cost power. And we've actually achieved that about 5 years ago. We hit parity with the lowest current then formed natural gas. We've continued to drive that down and today Charlie, it's half the price of natural gas. I'm a believer in American energy dominance, not just independence, as our past president said. Or asterisk, guys that are in there now would not believe it, but we just have a strong belief that we've got so much resources in the country. Add solar to that mix. We should absolutely not be doing what the Biden and Kelly administration are doing now. Begging Saudi Arabia for more fuel and just crazy things like that when we've got it all here.

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Nurse Sees More Children Die From the Vaccine Than COVID

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | Last week

Nurse Sees More Children Die From the Vaccine Than COVID

"Meanwhile, a nurse can cut one O 5 says she talks about how they're seeing more kids die of the vaccine than of COVID her words cut one O 5. My name is collet Martin. I'm an RN. I have 17 years, 12 years oncology, and the past 5 years I've been afloat resource nurse to all the different floors in the hospital. I'm extremely concerned with the IDA mandating this vaccine for our children. The reactions we were seeing in the hospital with adults are terrifying and they're being ignored. Just some examples of post vaccine reactions or blood clots. Heart attack strokes encephalopathy, heart arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation. I personally had a patient die three months after his vaccines at pericarditis, which we know is an own side effect. Diagnose 30 days after a shot, no mention to VAERS. Majority of our nurses nurse managers and some doctors do not even know what theirs is. I've spoken to our chief medicine, managers, other nurses, and why we're not reporting to VAERS, and the most common responses, what is VAERS? We have chemotherapies that we know have side effects causing blood cancers such as leukemia and ten plus years after giving the drug. We know this because we have real long-term trials on these drugs. We are not just seeing severe acute reactions with this vaccine, but we have zero idea what any long-term reactions are. Cancer is autoimmune infertility. We just don't know. Our children are not even at risk for this. As of now, we have more children that die from the COVID vaccine than of COVID itself. Most people don't even know what VAERS is, she

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Fire All the Generals With Jim Hanson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | Last week

Fire All the Generals With Jim Hanson

"Welcome back to one on one with me Sebastian gorka and Jim Hansen. Let's talk about the state of the U.S. Military. You've served with Bragg. I spent 5 years as a DoD civilian still associated with a Q course of brag. Let's just remind the world who is the most senior military official in the most powerful nation in the world. Play cuts. First of all, on the issue of critical race theory, et cetera, I'll obviously have to get much smarter on whatever the theory is. But I do think it's important, actually, for those of us in uniform to be open minded and be widely read. And the United States military academy is a university, and it is important that we train and we understand and I want to understand white rage, and I'm white. And I want to understand it. Let's call him a fat moron, but we don't need to go quite there. But just that one sentence, this is Mark milley, the chairman of the joint chief the most senior military officer in America who actually said there, I don't know what critical race theory is, but it's important and I'm happy West Point teaches it. You know, if West Point was teaching it as kami propaganda, you need to understand. Good. Yeah. But he's too stupid to know that. And that's not how they're teaching it. No, they're teaching it as something that should be taken seriously because there is white supremacy and white privilege and all these other things that they now are agreeing in the military are reducing the ability of black and other troops of color, talk to them from achieving what they should. And that's garbage. There is no more meritocratic institution in our country. By definition always has been. And the idea that somehow we need to ruin it like we're trying to run the rest of the country is the most dangerous thing I see going on from a national security

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Why Stephen Moore Felt Compelled to Write 'Govzilla'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:18 min | Last week

Why Stephen Moore Felt Compelled to Write 'Govzilla'

"Let's end on this. Give us a little tease. Everybody needs to get it, but tell us a little bit about why you wrote Zilla and what people will find in it. Because I am really concerned that our kids, I want this book in schools. You know, and you can read it. It can be Reddit two nights. I want our children to understand what is happening to our country, that every child born today. Any child today born less than 5 years old. By the time they reach 30, they're going to have a $300,000 share of the national debt. Is that the legacy we want to leave to our kids, is that the American Dream is that you leave every generation better off when we're doing right now is fiscal child abuse. It's outrageous, passing on these trillions and trillions of dollars of Bill. It's like we're powering at their expense. And so I want people to be aware of what's happening and we've got to turn it around. And I'm optimistic we will do that. But I guarantee you the schools aren't teaching anything that we've been talking about for the last 45 minutes. They don't teach any of this. They teach America is a terrible country. We're racist. We killed all the Indians. We're probably responsible on all the problems in Africa. We're colonias. And we are the greatest country in the world. We're not perfect people, but everyone wants to come here because we are a land of opportunity and we're a land of freedom.

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Jeans (MM #3948)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Jeans (MM #3948)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Thanks to the fact that our computers track us, it knows I look at a lot of news for people over the age of 50. So of course, naturally, it suggests more stories to look at. Yes, they saw one that was more aimed at women, but it also said manufactured this too. It's that the one thing we shouldn't wear after the age of 50 is blue jeans. No matter what we do, we don't look flattering and blue jeans when we're past 50. I understand the concept, even though I've actually found genes now that do fit me better than I did when I was in my 30s and 40s. I grew up wearing jeans like most kids worked at a gene store to put myself through high school and college, and knew a lot about blue jeans. Levi's per se, and they fit me fine for a while, and then somewhere in my mid 20s, Levi stop fitting. They weren't built to fit me the way I was built. Well, the same thing happens to men and women they age. They're built for a certain body type and well, I don't know if you've looked at your body type lately. It's probably not the same as it was. 5 years ago, let alone ten years ago. Well, yes, I will wear jeans when they're comfortable for me, how they look. I just don't care in life no matter if I'm above 50 or not.

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Jeans (MM #3948)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Jeans (MM #3948)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Thanks to the fact that our computers track us, it knows I look at a lot of news for people over the age of 50. So of course, naturally, it suggests more stories to look at. Yes, they saw one that was more aimed at women, but it also said manufactured this too. It's that the one thing we shouldn't wear after the age of 50 is blue jeans. No matter what we do, we don't look flattering and blue jeans when we're past 50. I understand the concept, even though I've actually found genes now that do fit me better than I did when I was in my 30s and 40s. I grew up wearing jeans like most kids worked at a gene store to put myself through high school and college, and knew a lot about blue jeans. Levi's per se, and they fit me fine for a while, and then somewhere in my mid 20s, Levi stop fitting. They weren't built to fit me the way I was built. Well, the same thing happens to men and women they age. They're built for a certain body type and well, I don't know if you've looked at your body type lately. It's probably not the same as it was. 5 years ago, let alone ten years ago. Well, yes, I will wear jeans when they're comfortable for me, how they look. I just don't care in life no matter if I'm above 50 or not.

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Jeans (MM #3948)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Jeans (MM #3948)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Thanks to the fact that our computers track us, it knows I look at a lot of news for people over the age of 50. So of course, naturally, it suggests more stories to look at. Yes, they saw one that was more aimed at women, but it also said manufactured this too. It's that the one thing we shouldn't wear after the age of 50 is blue jeans. No matter what we do, we don't look flattering and blue jeans when we're past 50. I understand the concept, even though I've actually found genes now that do fit me better than I did when I was in my 30s and 40s. I grew up wearing jeans like most kids worked at a gene store to put myself through high school and college, and knew a lot about blue jeans. Levi's per se, and they fit me fine for a while, and then somewhere in my mid 20s, Levi stop fitting. They weren't built to fit me the way I was built. Well, the same thing happens to men and women they age. They're built for a certain body type and well, I don't know if you've looked at your body type lately. It's probably not the same as it was. 5 years ago, let alone ten years ago. Well, yes, I will wear jeans when they're comfortable for me, how they look. I just don't care in life no matter if I'm above 50 or not.

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The Left's March Towards Tax Insanity

The Larry Elder Show

01:27 min | Last week

The Left's March Towards Tax Insanity

"One of the things that happened under the Trump administration is that taxes actually went up for people like me. Because he eliminated the ability to deduct state and local taxes. And if you live in a blue state high tax state like California, you pay a great deal of state and local taxes, and by deducting it, you're able to spread that around to the other 49 states. Now California is poised to become the first in the nation to have a single payer. Four or 5 years ago, they were trying to do it. And the price day came in at $400 billion, which is even more than the total California budget. So of course, no bad idea ever dies in California. They just lay low and put it out again. And now, they are moving ahead. Taxes on businesses that make at least $2 million in annual revenue. We started to a 2.3% payroll tax. Companies with at least 50 employees, 1.25% tax. And employees pay employees at least $49,000 900 would be subject to a 1% tax. It also increases taxes on the wealthiest citizen, .5% income tax on people earning at least 149 gram, 2.5% of people making more than $2.48 million per year. Are you asking people to leave? Once you just hire the U haul, drive out yourself. Welcome to California.

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Rep. Kat Cammack Describes the Problem With 'Reality Show' Politicians

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Kat Cammack Describes the Problem With 'Reality Show' Politicians

"Reagan used to say, look, if I can get 80% of what I want, I'll come back later and get the other 20%. Do you sense? And you've brought it up, so I'm gonna bring it out. Do you sense there's more members of Congress who are coming in now that maybe don't understand that concept as well that our politics today may be more polarizing than the getting that part done and your wife what you said being the bull and trying to stop the being strategic about it. Is it now more is it becoming more of let's break every play and then figure out what to do instead of deciding what place needed to be broken. Yeah. I think that there's a definitely the environment today is drastically different than it was heck even 5 years ago. Today I see so many of my colleagues come in with the mindset of well this place is so fundamentally broken from the outside that this is their perspective. They've seen it from the outside. It's so fundamentally broken. We have to break it all completely down and then start anew. Then they get in there and they're like, well, I never thought about that. I never knew that. There's such a learning curve in getting to Washington that so many have an experience. And I do see there's a new generation of politicians coming in that seem to be more about the reality show and creating a reality show to drive the likes and the shares and the clicks and the headlines. And that's really I think detrimental because you take a note of the United States Constitution, you're there to do work on behalf of your constituents and to get things done and to move us towards the vision that our founding fathers put forward. And put everything on the line for. And instead, you see people who are like, well, I'm just going to raise a ton of money and I'm going to say the craziest thing in order to raise that money. And that hurts. It hurts conservatives. It hurts the country. It hurts everybody.

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What's Stopping YOU?

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

What's Stopping YOU?

"The other thing is that I would say before we get into this new year, is listen to that your own voice. Listen to the voice that you believe between you and God and how you feel. You're being led. And the things that you want are passionately do. What's stopping you? We only have so much time. We only have so many days. We only have so much that we can do and so much resources. The question is, what's keeping you from doing what you want to do? And maybe there's things you gotta solve, maybe things you gotta get over, maybe pass, you've got to put behind. Maybe you're still worrying about something you did wrong years ago. Well, quit. Maybe you're still mad at somebody who did something wrong to you 5 years ago and you're still blaming a lot of life on where you're at in life on them. Let it go. Start this year. If you're gonna use something for a new year, start at first. 2022 can be that year, which you leave behind the regret. You laid behind the anger you leave behind the bitterness you leave behind the things that keep you from being where you are and focus on the things that you

How Many Kids Die From the Flu in the USA Each Year?

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

How Many Kids Die From the Flu in the USA Each Year?

"I'm going to do this live on the earth How many kids die from the flu In the USA Each year let's just see what it says You throw that in there Flu and young children CDC Flu is dangerous for children the CDC says on their website Flu season vary in severity However every year children are at risk CDC estimates that from 2010 to 2011 season to the 2019 2020 season flu related hospitalizations among children younger than 5 years old have ranged from 7000 to 26,000 United States of America While relatively rare some children die from the flu each year From 2004 and 2005 season to the 2019 2020 season flu related deaths death and children reported to the CDC during regular flu season have ranged from 37 to a 199 During the O 9 N one H one N one pandemic 358 pediatric flu related deaths were reported to the CDC From April of O 9 to September 2010 it is noteworthy that among reported pediatric deaths about 80% of those children were not fully vaccinated Also of note even though individual flu deaths in children must be reported the CDC it is likely that not all deaths are captured and that the number of actual deaths is actually higher All right so if we have a year where a 199 people die from COVID do we do we mandate vaccines those kids excuse me from the flu Did we mandate kids wear masks and schools The answer is

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What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

What Happened When Morgan Zegers, Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Met Her Communist College Roommate?

"I had never heard the words bigot or xenophobe or misogynist before until my first day of college where we had diversity and equity training. Have you guys heard of that? And that was I think 5 years ago at this point. It was years and years ago, and it was just coming on the scene, and look how fast everything's changed in America, where now people are saying that they can just make up any gender or any pronoun that they want. But that's where I first learned these words of diversity training and everything that the left is now using to divide us with their cultural Marxism tactics. And of course, one of the worst stories was when they advocated for a segregated cafe on my campus. Now I tell you all this so that you understand college is a weird experience for most average Americans these days. But what really set me off and what started my journey into what I do now, I run the nonprofit young Americans against socialism. It was the moment I walked into a house off campus that I was moving into my last year. It turns out my roommate had a poster that just kept catching my attention as I'm trying to talk with her trying to get introduced to her. I'm trying to respect her with eye contact, but I keep looking to the oversight of the wall and I'm wondering, why is this drawing my attention and then I realized? It's because I recognize the men on a poster on her wall. It was Mao Zedong, Lennon, Stalin, Karl Marx and Fidel Castro, the poster said, welcome to the party. And these mass murderers and dictators that were on my roommate's wall had these party hats on, and they had these fruity little cocktail umbrella drinks. And I looked at her and I had no idea what to say. No idea what to say. And so I just looked at her and I said, what's that? What is that? And she looked at me with the biggest smile on her face, and she said, oh, I'm a communist. And from then on, you guys, you would think that little mess upstate New York daughter of a colonel served on operation Iraqi freedom served at 9 11. You'd think I would know what to say when I met a communist, right? I'm a big history nerd thanks to my parents, but no. I had absolutely no idea what to say to a communist with mass murderers and dictators on her wall that was giving me the same talking points that we hear all the time throughout the 20th century and from the leftists of America today that her version of communism if done right this time because it's never been done right before, would bring equity for all it would end poverty. It would support the working class and bring dignity to them, all the usual talking points. I had no idea what to say to somebody who was able to push that kind of rhetoric onto me. And it was such a disappointing

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Dinesh and Wife Deborah Discuss What Makes Their Marriage Special

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:46 min | Last month

Dinesh and Wife Deborah Discuss What Makes Their Marriage Special

"Crossed our 5 years of marriage and we couldn't do our anniversary getaway that we planned because of COVID. But we're closing in on 6 years of marriage in March. And I think one of the things about it is that I think and this may be a distinctive feature of rice is that we're sort of joined at the hip almost 24/7. And that's probably rare. I mean, even in happy marriages, probably people have a fair amount of time. Hard right, I'm off to work, honey. I'll see you at 6 p.m.. We don't actually have that. We were pretty much, you know, you wake up and you see my face in the water. You get that together. I love your face. Well, what do you think? What do you think makes our marriage special? I think we both think it is very special. What makes it special for you? Well, I love the fact that we are very grounded in the lord. We are, you know, we pray, we do read our Bible and I think that that has been something that's been really, really important to me because of that. You keep me laughing daily nightly. You know, there are things that again, there are things that sometimes people say, oh, you know, they irritate me. They leave the toothpaste out. They do this. They do that. Really, nothing that you do irritates me, really. In fact, I think that a lot of what you do makes me chuckle and even if it is slightly annoying, like, for example, just one little thing is when you come back from the grocery store and I ask, did you wash your hands? I usually have that guilty look on my face like I'm about to do it. Yes, I just thought just the little germophobia thingies, but you know, but even then, you know, not severe, you know, nothing like that. But yeah, we laugh a lot. Well, I gave Debbie a little bit of a shocker the other day because we were talking about marriage and so on and I actually brought up a point that was made by the philosopher Rousseau and he says that that sexual happiness is in fact the greatest joy, not just of marriage, but that human beings can experience ever. And I was telling Dave, I said, I actually, I actually disagree with Rousseau, and what do you mean? And I'm like, I think that the greatest show ever experienced by man was experienced by the medieval peasant after an extremely long and excruciating day of work when he basically at the end of the day sat down on his cot and took off his shoes. Just a simple sense of overwhelming relief. I think that's gotta be number

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"5 years" Discussed on The Site Shed

The Site Shed

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on The Site Shed

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:21 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Jimmy ninety one f. lakes and then got the bright idea that he was going to agitate the world and become new andy kaufman and it didn't work out that way For me i. i will say that. The only thing left for him to do that. I feel newsworthy or surprising. Would be for him to show me what is learned In the last twenty years and do an album by himself like springsteen doing nebraska like the same way. That that whole crease covers me doing it all by myself thing. 'cause it's just now like even out outta just without i mean right now it's basically i mean. He has ears a budget to blind the world. Yeah he's he's windows stopping okay. I'll take your your ideas and your versus and your music. That argument coming out man on his record and mind make this one. It's more it's more curious than than creation. Yeah look at you that but that's what it is. I don't feel like i'm hearing. I feel like i'm hearing the the the the best artists that he could buy and i wanted to actually here. I feel like that's him hiding behind like just malone do that crease. On her three some whatever thing he was like going home by yourself and make something like what have you learned in the last twenty years omen though now now i haven't i knew that. Fontaine list rapper. This time they have you been doing. I've been working. I've been working for been Just working producing My girl be my fiasco. She's the newest artists on our label. If music so i've been like writing and producing like mixing her record and we worked on that over the summer and That's coming soon. Sounds amazing so. I just been working bro. Like saying you know me and my family watching movies and shit is to be staying man staying just sitting like hip hop de mis urinetown town. The is there anything that you guys are all wanna talk about before we leave from like i find that when he was working on. And you see how. I'm trying to get out of here just installing light sixers and that makes me last things rankings. And he's never going to tell us about his job. Search besides muppets finishing the movie. Was you know living maranda through november. Right we're gonna finish that. He made a de ngelo period of rehearsal today a mirror. You've missed it happened. Lynn owned insurance right more and be. Yeah yeah he's known for latin. R&b the whole time more. Okay yeah we. Almost a tiffany cross was Just outside of them. But i missed. It can help us of you. All i knew. Hold on to all the news people. Msnbc because they hit the drawing with me Join who we need to do a do over..

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And i know he just was like ooh. Ooh and i don't really like he fell off after street. Songs like throwing down was was platinum and other and blow like you know. He's you know the one slot album deflect. That's when the you know. Eighty sixes when cocaine really came in undid him but This long as one movie. Now i think i know everything my saying. Ns as a anesthesia. the keeps. I have an amazing question. Yes because we have time for the clearer. We got to wrap this thing back. People also asking about the jungle brothers. We did interview at the roots. Picking many years ago right. I mean they're they're awesome so i can tell you guys. Oh i'm also working on santana. That's what i wanted to say santana and then talked impending. I'm gonna get this daryl hall thing done. i wanted to throw it into. Oh yeah. No joe's downtown has our way talk. You well santana you know Okay so guide. And i also want to tell everybody. The top trip trivia winners will be who eat meat in the beat angry when nobody thinking the whole thing is like the who won trivia. They say hello real quick and that's what it is we can wrap is go or do we just talk for another twelve hours. No better where. We have our live lineup. Yeah we gotta we gotta get andrea something man. You gotta get andre. I mean he made the half of this room. How how much attention. If any was given to those records that came out this week. Let's go in sorry birmingham thirty seconds as latest album go. I haven't heard it album finding my amir. Whatever you want but the jam the andrei jam like that shit. Gorge the one. That's not on there right. That's ahead that or give it to me entre to them. You know i mean. Obviously this was one hour. Forty seven minute attempt to apologize in. I mean if you name like using your mom it that's the equivalent of like you know. The dog ate my homework. Like when you use your mom's name for it out in title. I still like bad right because offering like okay guys. Look you know Yeah i you know. I look again i i've i've expressed before that i feel as though he saw.

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Y'all that was two days the minnesota in about ten interviews. When we do that was that was nuts aisle man oh also to scott but he just had a really good question or a comment Election night twenty sixteen. We've ever really told that story. Oh yeah we started off we. That was we interview. Stephen who This was the night this election night. Twenty sixteen and so this also that same morning. I found out that my uncle has gotten shot. And so when i came into in monks shot that wanted and he later died on thanksgiving day. That was when he died. He got shot that day. And so when. I came to take that night and everybody. I think i was joking. Got shot And he was like we're wrapping real high interest is all good but But yeah anyway so man we doing this do and it's like we're watching. You know the numbers come in and we're trying to like stay cool 'cause this blue blue blue and then probably about about goddamn about eight thirty nine o'clock that's when they started going rea- read and it was like holy shit and so we're on air trying to conduct the interview trying to be cool even because stephen was good. Yeah like a lot of audits. But we're watching this shit and it's like iota motherfuckers really bought to win and by the end of the episode if you go back and listen to this female level so you can hear us up kinda but then towards the end. I don't think. I don't think any of us anymore. It was like mother. Fuck yo what's coming to an end. Yeah exactly in a rapidly. Changing world people wonder more and more about where their food comes from and how it was grown farmers who grow america's corn understand how important this is an wanna share the stories from our farms of how we are working to grow and incredible crop that can be an answer to sustainability questions and has grown by men and women who value the air water soil and our natural resources. Just.

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"He won't let us have janet. Janet look because the seasons for forty five hours. No but i understand how people operate and again if it's just the six of us if it's funny 'cause you could interview them forty five hours in doing that. I can actually see doing. I lose but i. I feel that almost like jimmy. Jam has a kind of spirit that would make janet feel even more comfortable. Because there's no about like one on one. I can't ask janet about like the the token last three songs. She does like how she pushes the envelope. Further on recommend but i can. Who is there. Make it talk about like. I still wanna know like what's the reporting process says one time for jan rutta hamburg an orgasm inside to likes new listener regular survey. Give me Yeah so i. I will say that. That would be informative and humorous stabbed three perspectives on the janet jackson Cannon that right now it's out in the world saying we got your brothers. I mean needed jermaine and janet. Meanwhile somebody just asked about your favorite latin order story. Oh you got that and genius. You know he could be music director of a tv show. Yeah maybe so. But i think that song is like somali racist ozo- no we played. I say if. I think you're doing you're getting accident originally puerto rican. They're right you represent the you'll racist back like that's what happened. My brothers go go. does the twos me. That's how speaking of the prince. I'm seeing print stories It just hit me that Ended up letting whatever that's fine. Oh okay my favorite. Latin quarter store. I had two hundred. 'cause she lived in gym for the record. All the latin quarter stories. End the same way. It's like i got my ass kicked. And they still my goal durie like every one of them was like. That's how it ends every time. i hear. This song saved my life right when something in a limousine. That went back inside. I got my attic. Their stories started jackets and jewelry. And now i have like a bullet wound in my side. Like every one of them ended with that my favorites. Who's the one that told us about about elegant dragged all her jam master jay. Whatever it was it was like he was giving his chain got dragged all over the floor. Yeah wow rebel without a pause. Please and found like search. I think any looks like i get my change token though but like his whole shirt was ripped off so certain list but still had a chain that sort of thing Y- like i'll. I'll say the that Q tip i sell canaan. Listen i'll just say after. We did the search episode Pete and i a hard in To my my dm's asking for his Moment on his job. He asked me to work in china's chat chat now. I'm out blue pineapples. That's another Unaired episode yes. I have two hours of me talking to chuck d so the way i wanted to handle. Yes the way i wanted to handle. Public enemy was i wanted to speak specifically emissions. Obviously i did it. In two thousand eighteen thinking i could cover the thirtieth anniversary of nation of millions so my plan was to talk to chuck hank keys.

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That was my one big. Mommy's all my regret. Because i was like man. I wish i would've went more into that. 'cause she seemed like he wanted to or you. I really that you wanted like the the the wild like the the sex tips and all that stuff that crazy stuff. When she started school. I i want all of her. I it all again sexual jobs in roll call right. Hey man yeah thank you kansas. Just the question. Gotta no no we got. Oh wait we guy donny. Donny will be second donnie. We from failed grinding. Odds married right here. It goes how ya doing you know donnie from chicago. It's nursing's y'all ten amid ninetieth fucking amazing and we're working on right now. Like did you hire donnie. To call in and they look just like you would do as i around even better rapid volunteer right now. So abe ours. let's go. i'm getting good. Thank you find. Appreciate that No i'm gonna. I'm gonna fan like a lot of people here since like the pandora's and stuff so like now the charlie and then great so thank you My question is much of what makes like you're less so great. The chemistry will each other but when the pandemic like top pivot to every on us. How did that change the interviews. Have you seen other. That's great but now it's hard to move with only that changing views and then is there a plan or to elect and come back into the same space. Can i answer this. 'cause that's thought about this before and I i i honestly think that. Going to zoom as as hurt the interviews There's nothing like being in the same room as as somebody who you're interviewing you can't. It's like anything else. You can't replace that direct energy with with the internet That being said you know it didn't affect it that much but but just to be completely honest it felt. Did you know Take away a allow. The intimacy that makes that makes a great interview happen. But i also i think that. So here's the trade off. The trade off is that We got access to a lot of bigger names because of zoom options Definite ryan harry. You always wanted to say mariah. I don't think would have happened. You're not getting three hours of murad and intellectual lady..

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:18 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I love our listeners. They know some well. There's somebody literally just Who was assistant. This should have been a trivia question. How how does amir. that's quest. Love hate doing jam sessions. Because that's how much that so question. Can we just go into these questions and get their. You gotta stay so we can get started for people who wish it started. You're the voice guy. 'cause i don't know the format of this child in child got destroy beginning steam. You are supposed to be trivia. you might get. Let us know the questions or you want me to hear. I know i'll do it. I just don't know where where the questions are. We'll go to trivia and then in your email. But i begin. I yeah i just wanna say before the before the trivia poor part starts on that i didn't know who the part that s it's okay. I just wanted to say that we've done two hundred and thirty shows. That's without gambling shows. I think that's amazing. Yes very much me answering the first question and answer time is right. We'll still as answer. I you know. I'm not gonna answer because you're going to get the win win. It's bill. I'm sorry to answer john eighteen. Who's the i guess they will less. Who was the first official. These are all good answers lin. Manuel miranda the dave. Chappelle is it. Maya rudolph who doesn't have to be multiple choice. They should just know this anyway. No green you know when you look at the because you gotta do it quickly to get more points and the answer was my yes to win a answer. These questions who he movies the number reportings. It's not me. I'd probably have the most. Tell them the answer to let them. You know i my. Name's john even on there so whatever i get paid well even not even real i. I know what you think the answer is but the answer is not what you think. The answer is the answer quest love. He's been out every show. So yeah but that's not an option. I know my. He's not true. Because i was not a guest on these set show with the ambush freon still winning. Everybody go all right. Almost got almost got winners. It also wait actually. It's to there. Yeah almost most. That's implying that it's going that there's an inevitability to the situation i like it is the inevitability deal. I'm sorry i don't want to answer. It's not me. I'm in pot winner. I'm su- salty and john drink. How could broadway not having soundtrack. Caterpillar answered this missing an oscar and class. You're missing what. I'm asking missing emmy and oscar. But you know we'll change that soon. I know what you will. Let's hope it's so black..

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Well i was about to say was only like millennials are. We've ever had was tied dollar signs. So yeah you know. I would like you coming up. Yeah wait what happened. Little yada interview coming up off. That was low out after. I'm movie that down there. Yeah fairly. I really like anthony penalty here so the thing is that i don't wanna. I don't wanna not seem knowledgeable of the guests when they come like. Obviously if like last night comes on i know everything but the kitchen sink about glass night whereas i might not know the right rabbit hole questions to ask a little yati or whatever so you know i could make for incident interview though. I remember ninety cents when we had him on a he was saying how he would have people on and he wouldn't really know much about him but he was just ask the question you know he to interview some wrappers wrapped twenty twenty twenty three now. Just don't that wrapping give your. I don't even really. I think it was all right where we now know i gotta ask without. So you're saying that you just got ambushed with the verse without being asked like how we them prepare for this. I was not. I was not ready. Man just started. Listen you doing. Yes yes yes it was. And i'm not going to say i mean that's the my brother loved him. You know any sooner tablets but yeah it was just very might bro. What do i do with this right. Now we're taping this. I held the and so like yeah and it felt like you know i'm gonna say okay. I'm gonna put like this. You understand rowdy. Did we do that. Twenty six when it was coming up. Listen okay this is what it's like. I'm a standards. You know that moment. Where like if you're in the barber share and you'll barber shaping up your goatee no accent looking to die. Having somebody on this. You're right you're right game pay off her and your damn No okay this is. I actually learned. Oh okay i. I was trying to explain to somebody how it's easy to someone's someone's trying to ask me when i told him the story about my first german gig and they're like where you scare going stays with. Your dad and i was trying to explain that it's easier to perform in front of like thousands of people. 'cause that's real impersonal than it is like give a concert for the four of you in this room like that's too intimate and you know i was explaining that. I wish that my level okay. The one thing that. I'm known for that i actually don't like doing. I don't like jam. Sessions real old. The worst and i know that roots jam sessions. I know that's where i know. That's the bread and butter. The roots brand the jam says yeah. What i meant for other reasons like i don't want to be in the back. I don't wanna be the guy that's like yo. We got enough already or like cut his solos down by twelve bars in learning on like i heard of it. But then there's a there's another level like kurt lives for like meeting a guy that plays guitar and hey let's have a dozen real quick and that's that's too intimate yo. How that's why. It's yeah. And i wish i was. You know because people think that the image i give off the internet is living breathing dime music and but yeah but like the amount of times where like cats wanna discuss like you know the type of wood that my drums are made of and you know how many flames night and department looking at. Yeah.

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"5 years" Discussed on Brad Eickhoff, Motivational Speaker and Certified Life Coach

Brad Eickhoff, Motivational Speaker and Certified Life Coach

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"5 years" Discussed on Brad Eickhoff, Motivational Speaker and Certified Life Coach

"Congratulations we made it through the first week of twenty twenty one and i hope the week was a great week. Four you many people get discouraged during the first month of the new year and one reason they get discourage is keep their new year's resolutions it could be losing weight eating healthier getting a new job. Something simple but do not worry. This should not be a burden on you. And i'll tell you why if take a look at the goals that you would like to accomplish during the year it will be easier to achieve if you break them down so instead of only looking at what you want to accomplish in the next one year period sit down and write it down but instead of looking at the one year her look at maybe three to five year period. Because some goals can't be accomplished in a year they could take longer but by writing it down. It makes it concrete. Makes it real whenever you need a little guidance or uplifting look at that written goal it will help remind you of which you want to do. So for example. Let's say you would like to buy a new house or buy your first home. That's a great goal gold health. So write that down on your piece of paper by a home now but we're gonna do is to take that main goal and break it down even further to make it more obtainable in achievable. What can you do smaller pieces to help you buy that home. Well open up a dedicated savings or checking account. That's the first step because without the money you can't buy the home analysis as banks are letting you change. The name of the account online opened that new account. If you do online banking if you can change it call it like home. Mind savings home-buying checking in that will help. Keep that goal in your mind. The next step or smaller goal you can make is begin depositing x. number of dollars or percent of each paycheck into your account that you just created and by doing that that will help guide g. within x. number of months or years you should have x. number dollars to help with your home purchase. Now comes the fun. Part begin. Researching researching the neighborhood the type of house that you would like to buy also made within the three to four year period. Get pre approved for alone in this. Take a lot of the worry out because what if you found a perfect home but you weren't approved yet that could take time in be frustrating. Also begin to research realtors. Ask your family and friends. If they've used a real true to buy or sell and they would help you as well and began going to open houses whether in virtually in this will make it easier for you to determine what type of house that you would like by taking that main goal of to buy a home and breaking it down it will be easier to achieve your overall goal step by step paste out. It will be easier and by doing it. Step by step. It will not be overbearing. So basically what we've just done is created your action plan. We took the goal which you wanted to achieve and we wrote down the steps that you are gonna take to make that happen the tight the goals that you should create should be specific measurable obtainable relevant in time out. So that way. I accomplishing everything. You will reach your goal. Another one that a lot of people do is losing weight that can get lots of people in trouble including myself but if he broke it down to something easier such. I want to go to the gym two to three times a week or i want to go for a walk and my neighborhood two three times a week which you're doing is you're taking something achievable and obtainable a small task that you can easily do and by breaking it down a couple times a week. You don't have to go on wednesdays or fridays. you can go whenever you want to you an by obtaining this a small walk around the corner or around your office in the long run is going to help you be healthier be happier and hopefully lose weight as well so does keep these few things in mind as you. Look at your goals yet set. For twenty twenty one sit down. Righted out then subdivided into smaller tasks that you can take and hopefully by the end of twenty twenty one. You might have accomplished some of those but if not you've started your journey to your long term goals and i hope you do well. I wish you the best of luck. Thank you for listening. Thank you for listening to the podcast presented by brad. I cough from up lift. Speaking bread is a motivational speaker. In certified life coach in the cincinnati area additional information could be obtained by visiting up lipik speaking dot com or contacting bread at eight five nine three nine one four one six six. Thank you once again. Have a great day.

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"5 years" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"5 years" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Think one of the interesting things about a diary like this is that you can measure how quickly life changes. . It's one thing with your memory to go. Yeah. . . You know remember back a few years ago. . We used to sit around and do this and that, , but you sometimes weren't exactly sure when that was or. . What Would it look like an all the sort of things? ? A photo diary has a date and it has a picture and it has text and it has all the stuff that you need to fill in those gaps so that when you look at the photo diary entry, , then you go oh yeah. . I remember and then the other details come to you. . This is very helpful for not only remembering things but <hes> when people ask you, , Hey, , when was that we did or that or what did we do on my forty fifth birthday or? ? All that kind of stuff you actually have information available to you. . Now, , I'm going to talk about the actual software in the second segment. . So we'll get to that right now I'm just going to talk about the idea of a photo diary itself. . One of the things that I do like about them is especially compared to something that you would write down I mean this is electric. . This is on my phone on my IPAD and on my computer all my computers. . Is that a searchable so it makes it really easy to find stuff and I think that's one of the things that's important when you're doing this kind of work in especially when you're trying to retrieve this kind of work is going. . All right. . You just enter birthday two, thousand, , , seventeen or something like that and <hes>. . You can find what you're looking for pretty quickly. . Now, , I also find them useful <hes> for me knowing what cameras I'm using, , what settings I'm using actually put a lot of that information in the diary and in fact. . When I started it back in two thousand fifteen the idea was for me was to take an iphone picture <hes> of something that I was shooting with a film camera because obviously film cameras don't record any meditate at all. . Then that way I would have date than that way I would have temperature and things like that. . I would definitely have location which was very important to me, , and then I could go ahead and fill out notes about what was happening. . So that was the original concept of this. That's . what got me going on this however once I started doing it, , and then once I started looking back on what I had done I was going this is far more valuable than just adding meditated to analog shots I'm glad I did it I'm glad that I figured out the system to. Get . me going on it but like so many things in life it evolves to something completely different over time and in my case something better, , and that's something better is what I'm going to be sharing with you right now I know a lot of you don't care about fell photography and that's totally cool. . So I'm not really going to talk about that aspect of it, , but I did want you to know that that's what got me going on this and then led to what I'm GonNa, , talk about today what I thought I would do just to give you a feel. . For the kinds of things that I enter I, , picked five entries and I could have picked thirty five entries <hes> to share with you but I just picked five to give you a feel for these things. . Now, , each one has a picture. . Each one has a fair amount of location data time all that kind of stuff, , and then I usually put a caption with somebody give you five of them and then we'll talk a little bit more about maybe the value of a photo diary in your life as well. . August sixteenth two thousand sixteen. . Giants Baseball. . I packed the contacts one, , thirty, , nine q for some street shooting in San Francisco on our walk to at and T. Park for a giants game. . Four votes were going Zach Max Jason and myself. . We took the larks per ferry over to the Barca Daryl. . Strolled for a mile to the ballpark and then return to Lark spur of the giants ferry after the game, , the three boys, , and I had a great time. . So, , that's that's where the entry ends I'll tell you a little bit more about it. . So Zach Amax, , my sons and Jason is their friend who even to this day is their roommate. . So all three of them are living together down in Santa Clara California they all have different jobs there in Silicon Valley, , but this was back in two thousand sixteen. . And the reason why I start off with this entry is because they're just so many things that aren't happening right now we're in baseball season we can't go to a baseball game. . I'm not sure I would want to take the ferry to the embarcadero. . I would have to think about that in that whole experience that we had that day and that evening you know all crowded together at the ballpark. . <hes> hanging out with all these people watching a ballgame that right now just feels. . So in the past to me, , and that is interesting to you know look at the photo and read the entry and think about that really cool day that we hadn't by the way I got a photo out of that shoot <hes> that I just love of the three of them <hes> as we're walking down the embarcadero. . The shot of course, , I shared it with them later. . And they like the shot so much there's actually hanging on their wall in their house <hes>. . So it was a great day and <hes> is one of those days that I hope that we get to have again December twenty seventh two, , thousand, , sixteen, , the apple photos book at Barnes and Noble I was killing some time downtown waiting for the battery to be replaced in my iphone six S.. . So I, , ducked into our local Barnes and noble bookstore to see if the apple photos book for photographers was in stock much to my delight. . There was one copy left. . So I did what any photographer would do I faced forward and took a picture of it. .

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"5 years" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"5 years" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"All right. So at the time recording in the middle of this seventy launch the phonology launch hopefully while he has a chance to had a chance to watch that we started on January second third and fourth. I'm doing three days of training and then we're making it off. At the end for people get recordings from the training and the transcript so much other stuff when they get their take like you might. So that's kind of what's happening and It's been really fun but yesterday to the very procession to was three hours long top my face off it was awesome. We streamed at both facebook and Youtube. And then we got done we came off the stats and stuff we had between platforms about five thousand people watching twenty five hundred and one hundred people on the phone so it was kind of cool and what's amazing is the afterwards youtube and facebook shows you how much time was consumed or how many how many video time it was cool. They they don't do it. My caves the an average of twenty two. I mean the pressure as well but they say look of the five thousand people watched you took like. Let's go watch for five watch for an hour for three hours of scholarship. It'd make you put like stack that time together. Now I'm in the three hours. I was on stage. One point. Two years of video tie was consumed one point two the years that one point two years worth of time was consumed while I was live. And then we we. It was online for another twelve hours afterwards which increases much. Oh I'm guessing probably at least a year and a half if not if not more consumed that was number one right there. Point is offline data about to start in the datum of three so this is a one one and a half years of viewing time happened yesterday. In probably GONNA the year half today and tomorrow so when all said done worth three four four and a half the three or four four almost five years. Let's say five rounded up five years of viewing time with was consumed during this launch. Now I'm I'm Tony because interesting. This is the magic of leverage. This is why we do what we do right like. Let's say I wanted to be a teacher. Let's say I wanted to have a huge impact around the world and so let's say I go on a teaching degree. I get a job and a good university. Let's start teaching kids and I teach a class three days a week. And there's fifty kids each each thing and teaching gene. Our Day started looking at that way. It's like okay. Let's say there's fifty kids. Teaching hours is fifty hours types. Threes a week. One hundred fifty hours How long would it take for me to teach five years worth of content right if you've hook it back to back to back take me a decade or two or three right you? That's how traditional education is done. That's how most people get their messages out. Mostly will teach at educators like if we shift this this mindset like how do we how do we go live how do we how do we share message with with tons of people got over this week. We'll have five years worth of education. Right let's I wanted to go mentor. Some one on one you AH. That's me spending five and a half years with somebody to get the impact that is able to get in a couple of days anyway. It was just like well it was just just like oh my gosh like my message can go so much further today because of these tools we have these these crazy things. The seven day live wants concept of lows and get five years worth so by training out into the market and and it's just it's it's exciting. It's fascinating so tell you this because I want you to understand like how much of an impact you can have on people. That's why these these tools. These trainings is marquis. All of a sudden we're doing and teaching Thomas so important because the impact that little me a little you can have now in. The world is hught five years with education in three days again back in the day taking your traditional educator. How long years lifetimes to do what we did in a weekend? And same thing is true for you and so hoping she cited hope it gets you more passionate about your mission mission and more passionate about your job and your ability and you're calling to go out there and share because you can have an impact. I'm thinking about teachers. I Dunno Aristotle Socrates. He's like the early philosophers. Right like you're able to do the weekend. They can do in a lifetime right anything about the impact that those guys had on on their you know their spheres of influence that huge right and the impact you can have on your spirits even bigger right. This is little tiny hinges. Swing such huge doors. And so that's why it's so important so vital for all of us to be building. Our platform building are following doing trading doing stuff putting our message pretty Thoughts putting our our ideas. That is out there because we're not careful. The ideas the ideas we don't you know don't agree with are being published out there right and then he consumed consumed by millions of people. It's like if we're not out there doing our best to suck the attention away from the negative messages and sucker attention away from things that are destructive for people and give them light and truth. I hope and belief in things that do matter that are important. Like that's that's that's a that's a pretty powerful it. All of us have been called to do that. And so it it is not just a way for you guys. Make money something where you can literally change people's lives and hope you see that hope you understand that it'd be fun to actually go back to my podcast look look at who got ten thousand downloads. Times twelve minutes eagles. How much time? How many episodes like be fun to kind of look at how many how many years with content that's been consumed to the podcast as well? I think it's just fascinating and interesting cool so anyway Want to share with yesterday. Because it's been on my mind and I just thought it was exciting and got me got me excited to share more. I'm going to live again in about about ninety minutes. And hopefully get five or six years worth of you time in Sucking that time away from the distractions that aren't serving people in our empowering them and and giving them the tools they need to have they wanna live so all right. Thanks guys appreciate Y'all and we'll talk to you as very. Hey this Russell again and I really quick I wanNA thank you so much for listening to the marketing secrets. podcast hope you enjoyed this episode and if you did you imagine what it would be like experiences for four days with five thousand other insane hackers people who just like you. Think like you. Who believe vision like you if you'd like to do that and you need to be? This year's final hacking live is coming me up very very soon if you'll ever take shape and go to follow hockey live dot com and it gives you the ability to leave your home. Leave where you're you're trying to create dream and come to a place with a whole bunch of people who think like you who believe like you see visions like you of what they can create what they can become. Life is not just a marketing event personnel development event. It's both of those things into one and it is an experience that will change your life forever so make sure you get your tickets. You don't have me. I go to hockey live dot com. You're tickets we've sold out a five years in a row. We will sell this year as well. And after your tickets you'll be there with five thousand other insane crazy fun the funnel hackers talking how to grow the business sharing all the best. That's market secrets. Things that are working today. You gotta go your tickets now at funneled hacking live dot com. Thanks so much in Nashville..

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"5 years" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"5 years" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"All right. So at the time recording in the middle of this seventy launch the phonology launch hopefully while he has a chance to had a chance to watch that we started on January second third and fourth. I'm doing three days of training and then we're making it off. At the end for people get recordings from the training and the transcript so much other stuff when they get their take like you might. So that's kind of what's happening and It's been really fun but yesterday to the very procession to was three hours long top my face off it was awesome. We streamed at both facebook and Youtube. And then we got done we came off the stats and stuff we had between platforms about five thousand people watching twenty five hundred and one hundred people on the phone so it was kind of cool and what's amazing is the afterwards youtube and facebook shows you how much time was consumed or how many how many video time it was cool. They they don't do it. My caves the an average of twenty two. I mean the pressure as well but they say look of the five thousand people watched you took like. Let's go watch for five watch for an hour for three hours of scholarship. It'd make you put like stack that time together. Now I'm in the three hours. I was on stage. One point. Two years of video tie was consumed one point two the years that one point two years worth of time was consumed while I was live. And then we we. It was online for another twelve hours afterwards which increases much. Oh I'm guessing probably at least a year and a half if not if not more consumed that was number one right there. Point is offline data about to start in the datum of three so this is a one one and a half years of viewing time happened yesterday. In probably GONNA the year half today and tomorrow so when all said done worth three four four and a half the three or four four almost five years. Let's say five rounded up five years of viewing time with was consumed during this launch. Now I'm I'm Tony because interesting. This is the magic of leverage. This is why we do what we do right like. Let's say I wanted to be a teacher. Let's say I wanted to have a huge impact around the world and so let's say I go on a teaching degree. I get a job and a good university. Let's start teaching kids and I teach a class three days a week. And there's fifty kids each each thing and teaching gene. Our Day started looking at that way. It's like okay. Let's say there's fifty kids. Teaching hours is fifty hours types. Threes a week. One hundred fifty hours How long would it take for me to teach five years worth of content right if you've hook it back to back to back take me a decade or two or three right you? That's how traditional education is done. That's how most people get their messages out. Mostly will teach at educators like if we shift this this mindset like how do we how do we go live how do we how do we share message with with tons of people got over this week. We'll have five years worth of education. Right let's I wanted to go mentor. Some one on one you AH. That's me spending five and a half years with somebody to get the impact that is able to get in a couple of days anyway. It was just like well it was just just like oh my gosh like my message can go so much further today because of these tools we have these these crazy things. The seven day live wants concept of lows and get five years worth so by training out into the market and and it's just it's it's exciting. It's fascinating so tell you this because I want you to understand like how much of an impact you can have on people. That's why these these tools. These trainings is marquis. All of a sudden we're doing and teaching Thomas so important because the impact that little me a little you can have now in. The world is hught five years with education in three days again back in the day taking your traditional educator. How long years lifetimes to do what we did in a weekend? And same thing is true for you and so hoping she cited hope it gets you more passionate about your mission mission and more passionate about your job and your ability and you're calling to go out there and share because you can have an impact. I'm thinking about teachers. I Dunno Aristotle Socrates. He's like the early philosophers. Right like you're able to do the weekend. They can do in a lifetime right anything about the impact that those guys had on on their you know their spheres of influence that huge right and the impact you can have on your spirits even bigger right. This is little tiny hinges. Swing such huge doors. And so that's why it's so important so vital for all of us to be building. Our platform building are following doing trading doing stuff putting our message pretty Thoughts putting our our ideas. That is out there because we're not careful. The ideas the ideas we don't you know don't agree with are being published out there right and then he consumed consumed by millions of people. It's like if we're not out there doing our best to suck the attention away from the negative messages and sucker attention away from things that are destructive for people and give them light and truth. I hope and belief in things that do matter that are important. Like that's that's that's a that's a pretty powerful it. All of us have been called to do that. And so it it is not just a way for you guys. Make money something where you can literally change people's lives and hope you see that hope you understand that it'd be fun to actually go back to my podcast look look at who got ten thousand downloads. Times twelve minutes eagles. How much time? How many episodes like be fun to kind of look at how many how many years with content that's been consumed to the podcast as well? I think it's just fascinating and interesting cool so anyway Want to share with yesterday. Because it's been on my mind and I just thought it was exciting and got me got me excited to share more. I'm going to live again in about about ninety minutes. And hopefully get five or six years worth of you time in Sucking that time away from the distractions that aren't serving people in our empowering them and and giving them the tools they need to have they wanna live so all right. Thanks guys appreciate Y'all and we'll talk to you as very. Hey this Russell again and I really quick I wanNA thank you so much for listening to the marketing secrets. podcast hope you enjoyed this episode and if you did you imagine what it would be like experiences for four days with five thousand other insane hackers people who just like you. Think like you. Who believe vision like you if you'd like to do that and you need to be? This year's final hacking live is coming me up very very soon if you'll ever take shape and go to follow hockey live dot com and it gives you the ability to leave your home. Leave where you're you're trying to create dream and come to a place with a whole bunch of people who think like you who believe like you see visions like you of what they can create what they can become. Life is not just a marketing event personnel development event. It's both of those things into one and it is an experience that will change your life forever so make sure you get your tickets. You don't have me. I go to hockey live dot com. You're tickets we've sold out a five years in a row. We will sell this year as well. And after your tickets you'll be there with five thousand other insane crazy fun the funnel hackers talking how to grow the business sharing all the best. That's market secrets. Things that are working today. You gotta go your tickets now at funneled hacking live dot com. Thanks so much in Nashville..

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